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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 16

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MAY 8 1934 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE SIXTEEN Mason City's Calendar 3Iay 10--P. T. A. council presents Grace Sloan Qverton at the Y. W. C. Ai in a lecture at 8 o'clock. May 11--"Pomander Walk," senior class play, to be given at high school auditorium at 8:15 o clock. jlav 14 Last Civic Music association concert, presented by Civic orchestra. Miss Ilza Niemack of Charles City, soloist. May 21--Edward A. O'Neal, president of Federal Farm Bureau federation to address district meeting in Mason City. Here in Mason City Complete line o£ bicycles $21.95 and up. M. C. Hardware Co. J G. Hughes, 9 Georgia avenue northeast, who has been working in the local sales department of Jacob E Decker and Sons copany, has been transferred to Waterloo as city salesman for the concern. Investigate our paint price before buying. Sam Raizes Dept Store. . Judgment for ¥174.43 Jg»" 8t Harold S. Marsh was granted Tuesday in favor of he Bankers Life company by Judge M. F. Edwards. f . _ . , ~ -I..:.** TTTQC Mnspn 11T1- company uy ouu s - « · · - - - The company's claim was based upon a promissory note. Fine, strong, homegrown vegetable plants, -all kinds. Kembles Greenhouse. Ph. 55. A son weighing seven pounds was born Monday to Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth L. Johnson, 1530 Madison avenue northwest. The baby has been named Larry Lee. Large stock new Summer Hats just unpacked, 51 up. Mullaney Shop, now at new location, 104 South Federal, , 3rd door north Palace theater. St James Lutheran brotherhood will meet Wednesday evening at S o'clock. The members of the Immanuel Lutheran brotherhood will be *uests. The speaker for the eve- ninl will be E. A. Norem. A special church council meeting will be held .at 7:25 o'clock. GOES TO COURT BECAUSE COUNCIL REFUSED PERMIT No Charges Filed Against Him Since Given First Permit, He Says. John J. Facklis, owner and operator of the High Life Pool hall, whose permit to sell beer was among the five to be rejected by the city council Monday, went into court Tuesday asking an order ot mandamus commanding the city fathers issue him a license. Maintaining that the action of the city council was "capricious, arbitrary in gross abuse of such discretion as may rest with them and contrary to the clear legal duty under the provisions" of the law, Mr. Facklis whose establishment is at 107 South Federal avenue, also asks that the court fix a time and place of hearing on the petition and for a temporary ruling to "prevent the irreparable damage and injury which will result to the plaintiff if be is not permitted to operate his place of business, pending final de termination of this petition." At the Hospitals Mrs. Glen Rinehart, Britt, was admitted to the Mercy hospital Monday for treatment. Mrs Robert Fletcher, 1427 Jef- ferson avenue northwest was a.d- " mitted to the Park hospital Monday for treatment. ^·s. Clifford street southeast, Mercy hospital. Laura Kern, 40 Names Councilmen. The petition, which was drawn up by Atty. Lowell L. Forbes, names as defendants the city council of Mason City and John J. Burns, mayor and Councilmen J. T. Laird, H. M. Knudson, David Olson and W. J. Pagenhart. The plaintiff maintains that he has complied with all the requirements of the beer law on the matter that he established by means of the written application and that he is a person of good moral character, which fact, he says, was sworn to by J. M. Robertson, Harold Romey and John A. Cazanas. He also sets forth that the building in which he operates conforms to all laws, health and fire regulations applicable and is a safe and proper place for the business. No Charges Filed. The plaintiff further states that e was granted a B permit to sell eer for the fiscal year ending Ai.pril 25, 1934, by the defendants, mt while this permit was in force o charges of any kind were lodged with law, enforcement officers for a iolation of the law under which he permit was issued and that no action was taken by the council to orfeit the permit. Mr. Facklis alleges further that the "defendants have granted class B permits to diverse and sundry other applicants whose qualifica tions therefore are no better than those of the plaintiff." PULITZER PRIZE CARTOON LIQUOR STORE TO START 50 YEARS AFTER SALOONS Iowa Prohibition Went Into Effect July 3, 1886; Cellars Stocked. When Mason City's new liquor store opens it will mark the close of a half century of prohibition in this community. It was on the night of July o 1SS4 that the last saloons in Mason City closed their doors never to re open again. On that night farmers were see! traveling homeward with one, tw or three kegs of beer and other bev erages. City residents stocked thei cellars in order to have somethm on hand for the long dry perio When the Iowa prohibition la- went into effect Mason City ha three saloons. The best known of these was on operated by Court Ransom, fath of Tod Ransom, on the present si of the Northwest Savings bank. AGAINST CITY EXPECTWAGElo BE ARBITRATED Oak drive, wa Laura ivetu, ^=« ^~-- -- · admitted to the Park hospital Mon M Holmes at San Jose, Cal. (Associated Press Photo). Springs, wa admitted to the Mercy hospita Monday for treatment. ^Sherwood, 208% Thirteenth Firemen Fight Grass ·Fire Following First Rain Storm of Season Even though Mason City wa renched Tuesday morning with it rst big rain of the year, local firemen were called to 1208 Third treet southwest at 1:25 o'clock 'uesday afternoon. Engine No. 2 vas used to extinguish the fire. MRS. HEINOLD, 34, DIES AT HOME Succumbs to Heart Disease Following Day's Illness. Mrs. Elmer Heinold, 34, died at her home four miles northeast of Mason City Monday afternoon ot heart disease. She had been ill only Surviving Mrs. Heinold are her husband and two children, Marian, 13 and Ronald, 4, and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Beenken, who reside southwest of the city. Funeral services will be held a] the Church of the Nazarene, 33; West State street, at 2 o'clock Wednesday afternoon. The Rev. F H. Enoch, pastor of the church, wll be in charge of the services. Burial will be in Elmwood cemetery. Monday following treatment. Milligan Renamed to Commerce Group Omc T eeter Miligan, secretary of tn Chamber of Comemrce, wa at FIREMEN PRAISED BY RAILROAD MAN Supi. Coleman Comments o Action at Recent Fire at Warehouse. Two minor fires were reported ·\Ionday afternoon. Firemen were _ _ _ _ ^ called to the Boyd Arnold home, 609 was complimented for the work at Adams avenue northwest, at 2 · - - ·· - o'clock where fire had started in a uuuli , short in an electric plug. A rubbish from _ ._ . -, ,*.;«TM,iTtiViA^l ·+· T^mirtn I .. . · . The Mason. City fire department as complimented for the work at the recent fire of the B. G. Morse company warehouse by a letter c Coleman, Oskaloosa,- su- TWO EXHIBITS AT LOCAL LIBRARY Hanford Collection and Russian Works Will Be Displayed. Some of the books from the lizabeth Hanford collection are ar- anged in a special display in the obby of the local library. The col- ection now numbers 327 volumes. A st has been, typed from the official ccession record for the convenience f library patrons. Books from this collection will ie in the exhibit case and on the T able in the lobby the remainder of May. As volumes circulate others will be pulled from the regular shelves to take their places. The lilacs and flowering fruit branches make the reading rooms at the library a very pleasant . place to browse among these fine books this On' Thursday at 10 o'clock there will be a small- exhibit of Russian works of art in the assembly room it the library. Mrs. Leonard Fletcher from Peoria, 111., is visiting in Mason City and she has some fine Russian boxes, cups and a valuable old ikon that she will show to any persons who are interested in Russia. ., Mrs. Fletcher will talk on the They Never Drank. Court Ransom, veteran of the Civil war and prominent in the G. A R and civic affairs, was never known to have taken a drink and as a rule employed abstainers as bartenders. He had on his payroll members of the famous Blue Ribbon order of bartenders, who never drank whether on or off duty. Behind the bar was the sign: "This court is always in session!" On the wall was a large blackboard on which city authorities placed the names of those who were black listed, that is who were drinking too much or depriving their families of necessities. As a rule Court never waited for the authorities to write the names, but placed them there himself. If one of the blacklisted individuals came in for a drink Court merely pointed to the blackboard. Appeal to Thirsty. Tod Ransom still has a copy of the Mason City Bulletin dated Sept 30, 1874, carrying an advertisement of his father's establishment. The bulletin was issued daily during the fair by the Republican, Mason City newspaper. "Come ye that are thirsty and I will give you drink," was the opening statement of the advertise- County Attorney M. L. Mason ot Mason City was elected fourth district chairman of the young democratic club at the state convention held in Des Moines Monday. Cerro Gordo county delegates at the meeting included Chairman Morgan McEnnney, Mrs. Gladys Wind, chairwoman, and Mr. and Mrs. E. F. KeIroy,Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Carroll, Betty Braheny, Gerald Brooks, Mary Considfne, Phyllis Propp. C. F. .Kelroy, Irving Siesseger, A M. Schanke, C. F. Brady, Leo 3. Carle, Abbott Wolf, W. fc. Hoffman, Miss Pauline Hurlej, Hi Kinner and Mr. and Mrs- Boeder, Rockwell. -Funeral Rites Held for Mrs. Henthorn at Baptist Church - - -.*·___ - m n 1 No Strike Contemplated in Mason City, Says Union Business Agent. George Johnson, business agent of the Meat Cutters and Butcher Workmen's union here, stated Tuesday that members of his organization were contemplating no strike at the plant of the Jacob E. Decker and Sons company plant. "We have asked for an increase in the wage scale but we feel certain the matter will be arbitrated peacefully and that there will be no trouble," said Mr. Johnson. This announcement was made for the reason that rumors were being spread that Decker employes were going to follow the example of the workers at the T. M. Sinclair company plant at Cedar Rapids, who went on strike. Humboldt to Erect Dam in Park Project DES MOINES, May 8. W--The state executive council today approved the application of the city of Humboldt for permission to erect a dam across the Des Moines river as part of a city park beauty project. Police barracks, 3,000 years recently were found In Egypt. HOLLAND HOUSECLEANS WHERE YOU CANT! TV D , One sheep belonging to Mrs. Sarah Fitzraaurice, of Toner. Irish Free State, recently gave birth to four lambs while another produced three. Funeral services! for Mrs. F. C. Henthorn, 72, who died at her home, 106 Twentieth street south, east, Thursday, were held at the ment, which included this intriguing appeal: "The handsomest bartenders in the state. Come one, come all, you can't help but drink when you see them." · Two other saloons were in operation at the time, one run by Morris Enright on the site of the Panor Shoe store, 10G North Federal avenue and the other on the present location of Hughs, 3 South Federal avenue. Beer, ale, porter and native wines, omprised the beverages sold. No lard liquors were handled. east inuiauaj, «"»" «--- -Baptist church Saturday afternoon. The Rev. A. W. Caul, pastor of the church, was in charge of the services. Burial was at Elmwood cemetery. The Rebekahs were in charge of the interment. Mrs W. H. Hathorn and Miss Blva Sapp sang "Sleep in Jesus" "The Old Rugged Cross' and No Night There." They were accompanied bv Mrs. J. E. Stinehart. Pallbearers were Ben Hendrickson Herme Everetts, Ernest Flare- up and Frank St. Peter. Japan has spent over $90,000,000 purchasing rice as a relief measure, Ld probably 530,000,000 will be re- auired. short in an electrc pug. ru £rom Fp c Coleman, s a o o s a , su- fire was also extinguished at Fourth p er jntendent of the Minneapolis and ,,; -- ,,«- ow/i Tjnrfh "Red-era! avenue 04- T rt ,,ie, vaiimnrt nnrrnmnv , vi.. ^u«.^ railroad company, after-1 "permit me," wrote Mr. Coleman, -"to extend to you our sincere ap- street and North Federal avenue j g L about 3:30 o'clock Monday ' preciTtion for the fine work accomplished by your department on April 30, when the E. G. Morse - warehouse n«ar our bridge No. 72 Traveling at Mason City, was destroyed by liavciiiig .. . bridee partly damaged on Public Hearing on *· ***·* TM *j v c e dent; Ralph . TM of Sioux City, second vice. These Sere Leo C. Dailey of Spencer immediate past president ^ Fred Kleeber^er of Clinton and Charles D HasSon of Cedar Rapids ^com- nrise the executive committee. The S meeting will probably be heid in September in Des Moines. PORTLAND SNAP GIRLS HAVE PART IN MEETING Portland Snap Girls 4-H club ^ contribute numbers on the tarm Bureau program Thursday evening ft Portland°hall and will serve refreshments at the close of the meet ing. _______ -- -- - · -Guaranteed Treatment For Tender Stomach Dr. Emil's Adla Tablets bring quick relief from stomach- pains be twcen meals due to acidity, mdiges tion and heartburn. If not you moii-:- is refunded. Huxtable Dru .Co. PAINf VALUES EXTRAORDINARY ALL THIS \VEEK MASON CITY HARDWARE CO. "OVER ON KAST S1ATJ7 on The question of whether traveling alesmen, now excluded from wage and hour provisions of code, shall be laced under codes for the various nanufacturing industries and whole- ale trades will be considered, at a ublic hearing Thursday, May 24, ccordiug to word received here. At the same hearing considera- ion will he given the problem of utside salesmen engaged in retail istribution, whether they be employed by retail stores or by national organizations, engaged in house o house canvassing. [urors'Examined in Landlord-Tenant Case Jurors were being examined Tuesday afternoon for the trial of the landlord-tenant case brought by Bernice O'Neill against George Klaasen in Judge M. F. Edwards' district court. L. R. Boomhower appeared for the plaintiff and E. R. Boyle of Clear Lake represented Klaasen. This action was not assigned for trial until Wednesday but Judge Edwards had disposed of all cases bridge' partly damaged on account of the fire carrying from the Morse building. There was som damage to bridge No. 72, however due to the promptness and goo( work of your men the^ damage^ di not result seriously and did not in terfere materially with the move ment of our trains. "If in the future we can consist Soothes Skin irritations ently be of 'assistance in any way please let us know." JYILO. JT- iC t^J-ivi ""·· country and the Russian people at 10 in the morning. Since her hus and had been in Russia severa mes for considerable length o ime she knows some interestTM terns from a more personal stand oint than one gets from books. A few of the later books on Rus sia will be on display in the as Lnbly room at the time ot Mr Fletcher's talk and exhibit. Mason City Anglers Fined $10 and Costs TWO anglers, Dale Molsberry and Lloyd Ericson of Mason City, were fined §10 and costs each by S. L. Haynes, justice of peace, Tuesday morning. The men were arrested by S A. Smith, state deputy game warden. Molsberry was arrested forjl- "light of Warblers Is Observed in City There were indications that a light of warblers was in progress hrough Mason City Tuesday morning Mrs. Frederick B. Shaffer, 850 First street northwest, sighted six pairs of rose breasted grosbeaks at one time in her own backyard. Reports from other sections of the city showed the presence of large numbers of the birds. Visited at Warren. CHAPIN--Mrs. Donald Bender and sons returned home Sunday after spending a week at the home of her parents at Warren, HI. Men are, on the average, five inches taller and about 30 pounds heavier than women, according to European statisticians. ' en, o legal fishing with two hooks on one line and Ericson was arrested for fishing without a license. Villagers of Westgate, England, will take a collection for the upkeep PHONE 916 · A B / ± E T "ft V ahead of it. Pastor is Honored. ACKLEY, May 8.--The family of the Kev. and Mrs. C. S. Lang of Abbott surprised the Rev. Mr. Lang in honor of nis seventy-second birthday, Monday. Mr. and Mrs Robert Johns, Paul, Lavonne, Pearl Marvin, Rotert, Jr., Charlenc Douglas and Donna Jane o£ Eldora Mr and Mrs. Harvey Sietsma and son Ronald Kicth of Acklcy were present to enjoy the birthday din ncr. SPECIAL PRICE DEDUCTIONS AS a special stimulant to quiet business, an people realize the necessity and advantage at this ume w HcS£low Sffi^MS£ Sefor^se'tom 5 plete Any style or kind. Single vision or bi-focals in any of eight different" (far and near vision) kinds. Now is the time to have finer glasses *t a distinct saving. See Ad on Classified Page. ,,, FRANK H. SMITH, Opt. EYESIGHT SPECIALIST MANLY, IOWA PURE LARD . . 6*0 MEAT STEW PORK ROAST . . 9c ^^^^^^^^^a^i^^^MBUBM^TMTM 1 ^"TM"^""^"^^^ Baby Beet Roast 4jc NUT OLEO.. 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INVADER--5 knife, ball bearing, self sharpening, 10 inch wheel. $f|.95 A very special value at " NEW ORCHID MOWER, $i Q.50 17 inch cut BIRD BATHS IN POTTERY 411 White'or Decorated $2.50 NEW ALL METAL BIRD BATH i Something ' Different GARDEN HOSE Goodyear Tathfinder Hose, coupled, 53 foot lengths, complete with tA ? c i nozzle at only «?·*.£·«* All-Rubber hose, 50 foot Sf '-$2.95 m Im I Ask to see the Goodyear Super-Twist, made of gum rubber -- an exceptionally high quality hose. SPRINKLERS 25c to $2.50 HOSE REELS --:. 51-45 and up CURRIE- 1

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