Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on April 7, 1931 · Page 11
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Mason City, Iowa
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Tuesday, April 7, 1931
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TUESDAY, APRIL 7, 1931 April 8, 9, 10 and 11--Boys' hobby ahow, sponsored by Y. 11 C A and Kiwania club. April IS--April term of court opens under Judge M. F. Edwards April 16--Masonic Craftsmen club dance at armory. Music by Varsity club orchestra. April: 18--Naturalization hearing at Cerro Gordo county courthouse 111 Mason City -- V Wanted -- Bookkeeper and stenographer. Apply Style Shoppe. The case of David Etzel, Clear Lake, charged with issuing bad checks, was dismissed in Justice of Peace M, C. Coughlon's court Monday afternoon. Above all a good roof. Hoof estimates furnished. Mica Insulating Roofing and Supply Co. Phone 454. 200 Fifth St. S. W. Mrs. C. A. 'Briar and children, Betty and Don, and Mrs. Hattio Briar of Mouona, left Tuesday morning for their borne after visiting- at the A. L. Briar home, 226 Seventh street northeast. Have your old mattress remade, complete with grade A tick, for ?4.50. J. D. Farrer Co. Ph. V69. Sir. and Mrs. A. L. Briar, : Z^O Seventh street northeast, will leave Wednesday for Rock Rapids where they will'-be until Thursday. Regular M. B. A. meeting Wednesday evening at Eagles hall followed by initiation and light refreshments. Mrs. Shirley Hathaway and chil- firen, Roger and Patsy, and Mrs. A. E. Lincoln, 428 First street northeast, motored to Lincoln, Nebr where they will spend a week. They were accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Jens Christiansen, 40S Fifteenth street southeast. The '1929 Hudson brougham belonging to Joe Daniels, 27 First street southwest, was stolen from in front of 15 West State street ..about 5:50 o'clock Monday evening It was later recovered at Faribault .Minn. ' Parker, son of the Rev. HOBBY avenue returned Tuesday to Northfield, Minn., to resume his duties at St. Olaf college, after a week's visit here. A. J. Killmer of the Killmer Drn- company motored to Des Moines Tuesday afternoon to attend the . democratic dinner at which Jouett Shouse, chairman of. the national executive committee, was to ~be the chief speaker. Mr. Shouse is making a series of speeches in the western part of the United States. Save $22.63 to Seattle, Tacoma Milwaukee Road Slashes Fares Two great cuts in one-way fares now in effect daily to the Pacific Northwest. Travel in money-savin? Comfort on the de luxe new Olympian, over the electrified route scemcally supreme. Only $57.00 to Seattle, Tacoma, good in - tourist sleepers (space In sleeper extra)only $44.00 in modern coaches. Full Information, reservations at 9th St a?f S - Penns ylvania Ave., Phone oJ4.---Adv. FOR LEASE The entire second floor over the United Fruit Store on .East State Street. ?100 per month. INQUIRE ECK ROS Phono 134 Kreego Bldg. COMMITTEES TO BE IN CHARGE OF DISPLAYS NAMED Boys Will Make Entries on Wednesday; Prizes Will Be Given Saturday. Various accomplishments, results of handicraft and collection--dear to 150 boys as the prized expressions of their individuality--will be entered in the Y. M. C. A. and Kiwanis club hobby show to be held at the Y. M. O. A. starting Wednesday and concluding Saturday night with the awarding of prizes. All details for the show have been completed and more than 500 exhibits covering 198 subjects, are expected to bo entered. In addition to the hobby exhibits by the boys' art and design displays will ba shown, furnished- by the extension department of the State University of Iowa. Other features will also be presented during the show. Hamlin Is Chairman. According to Clyde Hamlin, general chairman in charge of the show entnes will be made between 3 o'clock Wednesday afternoon and 9:30 o'clock Wednesday night. Boys are urged to have their exhibits in early and to register in classroom No. 1 at the Y. M. C. A. Entry blanks should be filled out at home. -Boys should use the north door in coming to the Y. M. C. A. with entries. Thursday will be devoted to judging the exhibits. The hobby show will be open to the public Friday and Saturday. The entry committee consists of H. W. Odle, chairman, C. M. Gloss, A. J Hedensten, L. I,, stoddard, Max Kissick, C. O. Pasnau, C. M. Gunderson, Guy C. Blackmore, C H Lennan, Dr. B. F. Weston, Dr. Hardy Pool, George O'Neil. Dr. R. F. Kunz, Lester Milligan, W. M. Temple George Kill and Mr. Hamlin. ' ·v . - WHS Judge Exhibits. . Mr. Kissick is chairman of thn judging committee which consists of D. G. Klempnauer, George Barrett Ralph Lloyd Jones, Morgan J McEnaney, Mr. Odle, Ray Prusia Dr B. F. Weston, L. .W. Kornbaum, ?/\? e ?r ge M ' Crabb ' S - L - Rutland, M. M. Moen, Lloyd Geer and George Hill. George S. Marty and Erdix Swift will also assist with the show in addition to other Kiwanians who will be called. The Kiwanis club hoys' work committee consists pf Guy C. Blackmore, Carl Grupp, Mr. Swift, R. s. Stanbery, and Evron M. Karges. A model airplane demonstration will be held at 8 o'clock Saturday night in the Y. M. C. A. gymnasium but no prizes will be awarded In this James Rae, president of the Kiwanis club, will present the prizes Saturday night. Prizes will be based on points. Ribbons will also be awarded boys placing first, second and third in each class. Funeral Services for Leon H.Harding Held; Five Children Survive Leon Hallock Harding, for whom funeral services were held at the Alliance tabernacle Monday afternoon was born in Lincoln township Ausr 0, 1896, and had lived in the locality all hia life except four years he spent near Seattle, Wash. The Rev. Jewel L. Pickett, pastor of the First Baptist church, conducted the services. , Mr. Harding and Fern E. Mitchell were married Jan.. 15, 1920. Their five children survive Mr. Harding. The children are Mitchell, 10, Leona Mae, 9, Ruth 5, Bonnie 3 and Glenn, 15 months. Besides his immediate family he is survived by hia father and stepmother, Mr. and Mrs. A. Harding, Mason City; two sisters, Mrs. H. M. Shook, Clear Lakq and Mrs. C. N. Harwell, Mason City; two brothers, H. R. Harding, Clear Lake and J. E. Harding, St. Paul. Mr. Harding died Friday. FOURMlHELD ON CHANGE DEAL Three Are Charged With Larceny; Other to Be Investigated. Four men who gave their names as Forest Lee, James Thomas, George Lee and Eddie Livingston were arrested at G13 Jefferson avenue southwest Monday afternoon in connection with several cases of short changing in neighboring towns recently. Three of the men were charged with larceny and Forest Lee is being held for investigation. The three men had a hearing before Justice of Peace M. C. Cough- Ion Tuesday forenoon. Their casea were continued. A short change job was accomplished at Touristville, Clear Lake when a man bought a cigar and gave a;$10 bill for it later arguing it to be a ?20 bill and finally getting away with $10. George Farrell, Thornton, took thfe license number of the Chrysler coupe belonging to Thomas following another affair at a filling station at Thornton. By means of the number officers traced the car and the arrests followed. w __ CONCRETE MIXING PLANT BUILT BY HENKEL COMPANY Proauct Ready for Using to Be Prepared at Establishment. The Henkel Construction company pioneer concrete construction firm in the city, entered another phase of the industry this week with the announcement that it had prepared a plant and would put on the market mixed concrete ready for pour- In preparation for this business tne company has erected bins n. TM , w* a £ fl ? sidetracl '"to its yards on Ninth street southeast. The sidetrack has room for six cars of materials inside the yards. Has atlxer Bins. w l u i p m e n t includ es a mixer bin with chambers for three aggregates of gravel, a bin for sand and a cement house which holds three carloads of cement. Connecting: these material supplies with each other and with a concrete mixer is a narrow gauge ra. : road which carries a gas motor ana two dump cars, conveying ma- m£± f h° m the hoppers t° the mixing machine. The mixer has a capacity of one cubic yard and is situated adjacent to a loading- pit in which what are known as bathtub tank cars convey the mixed product to the construction project. The mixing machine was one used by the Henkel com- S lta - P avemen t operations, in it mixed as high as COO yards estimat «" that the ma- North Iowa's Home Newspaper . --Photo by Kirk tmncis Rice, troop 36, Hamilton, son of Dr. and Mrs. D A Kice, received Ills Eagle Scout award at the district 111 court of honor at Clarion last week iraticis is a junior assistant scoutmaster of his troop in Hampton and is on outstanding coder not only In scouting, l'»t all other activities in Hampton. All Materials Weighed. All o£ the materials, including the e AT THE HOSPITALS Alabama Legion Man to Fly in 'Question Mark* to Rochester Hospital MONTGOMERY, Ala., April 7 UP) --The "Question Mark," big army transport plane will be used tomorrow, to take E. R (Shorty) Wren, Talladega, member of the American Legion national executive committee, to a Rochester, Minn., hospital for treatment * Daly Epigrams! It's a poor bird dog that fails to carry his point. WJ.D2LYCO We Will Wash or Grease Your Car · for 99c Cars called for and delivered without charge. This Is tie regular $1.50 wash! S R CHEVROLET CO. First and Washington S. W. UV MESrORIAM In memory of our dear mother who passed away one year ago today, April 7, 1930. Mr. and Mrs. George Schriver. CARD OF THANKS We wish to thank you all who so kindly assisted us at the time of the death and burial of our husband and father, for the gifts and kind attentions from neighbors and friends, the R. R. men , the Mil. Women's club, the Odd Fellows, Re- bekahs and the Methodist church people. Mrs. Frank Ulrick and Children Mrs. J^attie Martinson. Mrs. Lillie Schrnder. Mrs. Ruth Jones. · .m^^^^^^M Every... worth while proposition has to be properly financed. Pol- expanding your plans, and widening your scope, our ample resources are always at your disposal. .UNITED SERVICE Mrs. Walter Mpcn, 522 Twentieth street southeast, underwent a minor operation at Park hospital Monday but was able to leave the same day. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Wile ox, 116% First street northeast, are the parents of a nine pound and two ounce son born at Mercy hospital Tuesday. Naomi Luther, Clear Lake, was dismissed from Mercy hospital Tuesday following a minor operation. J. M. Robertson, 245 Seventh street southeast, was dismissed from Mercy hospital Tuesday following a minor operation. Mrs. Frank Palenyk, 62-1 Eighth street southwest, was dismissed from Mercy hospital Tuesday following a major operation. Adele Robinson, 304 West State street, underwent a minor operation at Park hospital Monday but was able to leave the same day. Bill Kallas, 9 Lehigh row, was dismissed from Park hospital Monday following a minor operation. C. A. Gustafson, 424 Eighth street southeast, was dismissed from Park hospital Monday following treatment. Knud Klemesrud, Joice, who-underwent a major operation at Park hospital, was dismissed Monday. Mrs. D. C. Carmany, Plymouth, who underwent a major operation at Park hospital, was dismissed Monday. Mia. Harvey Norburg, 816 Eighth street northwest, was admitted to Mercy hospital for a minor operation Monday. Hamrn Wall, Belmond, was admitted to Mercy hospital for treatment Monday. Mrs. Margaret Morley, Osage, was admitted to Mercy hospital for treatment Monday. Gilbert Wegener, 219 Fourteenth street southeast, was admitted to Mercy hospital for a minor operation Tuesday. Mrs. J. H. DeBord, 714 Delaware avenue northeast, was admitted to Mercy hospital for a minor operation Tuesday. William F. Henkel and Carl A. i ^i 1 Wh ° make U P the company l n * Cd 01 i t that central mixing plants of this type are springing up in all of the larger centers. Jacobson Takes Up Work With Hardware Retail Association P. R. Jacobson arrived in Mason City from Indianapolis and has taken over the secretaryship of the Iowa Retail Hardware association with headquarters in Mason City Mr. Jacobson was formerly field man for the national association Mr. Jacobsou was elected secretary of the Iowa association Feb. 13 but was unable to assume his duties until recently. During that time A. «. bale, financial secretary of the organization, has had charge of his work. Offices of the lowl Retail Hardware association are located at the rear of the Iowa Hardware Mutual Insurance company, 115 First street southeast. Formerly the offices of both were combined. In the Iowa Hardware Mutual Insurance company Mr. Sale also holds the position of financial secretary, R. D. Austin serving in the capacity of secretary. Condition of Mr. Muse Improved but He's Still Seriously 111, Says Note A letter received Tuesday by business associates of W. F. Muse from Mr. and Mrs. Ralph H. Norris co£ JOHN D. REELER SUCCUMBS HERE; ILL 11 MONTHS Funeral Services Will Be Thursday Afternoon at Union Church. John D Reeler, 1631 Quincy avenue northwest, died at his home Tuesday morning. He had been in failing health for the past two years and had been in bed for 11 months. Mr. Reeler, a chiropodist with offices in the First National bank building, had lived in Mason City for 36 years. He was born May 14, loOo. o £, Un ? r , al serv 'cea will be held at 2:30 o clock Thursday afternoon at the Union Memorial Methodist Episcopal church with the Rev. Edgar J. Penney and the Rev. J. C McGinty In charge. Burial will be at Elmwood. The body will lie in state at the Patterson funeral home until 10 o'clock Wednesday r n to n sponse to word from Mr. Muse's docl lor that he had suffered an interruption in his apparently satisfactory recovery from an attack of pneumonia suffered in March. Mrs Nor ns had only a few days hefo're returned to her home after spending several weeks at the bedside of her father. Is a Vampire Kiss? USE VIGORO CURRIE-VAN NESS CO. TIME TO Dr. Horace Beemer EXTRACTION SPECIALIST X-RAY OF TEETH J. O. Penney Building ANNOUNCEMENT We have Reduced prices. Have your Car washed rjr- or greased I DC Sumo Quality Work as' Before LAPINER MOTOR CO. DR. H. K. JONES DENTIST Makes Dentures (Plates) as low as, t 1 ft per plate v l U EXTRACTIONS X-RAY SERVICE DR. H. K. JONES 151/j N. FEDERAL PHONE 325 For Complete Satisfaction, When You Redecorate, Use TWIN-TONE Gloss or Semi-Gloss Wall Paint DRYETTE Quick Drying Varnish MAXWELL WALL PAPER MANNING BROS. 32 B. State Phone 930 Faints, Glass, Wall Paper Picture Framing Supplies CARD OF THANKS We 'wish to express our sincere thanks to the neighbors and friends during the illness and death of our father, and also the wonderful floral offerings. Mr. and Mrs. B. Berding, Mason City. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. DeVries, Albert Lea, Minn. H. Berding, Sheffield. G. D. Berding, Swaledale. Mr. and Mrs. John Furness, Sheffield. O. K. BARBER SHOP Has moved to a new the Elks Building. The personnel is now ready to meet and cive service to old and new patrons. D. V. DANIELSON G. C. LOGUE A. L. DIEBLER BARBERS 122 NORTH FEDERAL AVE. Make More Money 1 A lecture on health and success. HOW to become muster of your destiny. Leam the relation between purse and personality. Two Free Lectures Wednesday- Thursday April 8 iind '9 -- 8 O'clock P. M. AT PRIVATE DININO ROOM OF HOTKL IIANFORD The FACT- that we sell the nation's largest selling and most popular brands of Cigars is one of the many reasons why you will most thoroughly enjoy coming- here for your Cigars. Stop here tomorrow for your favorite Smokes. CIGAHSTORJES in the HOTEL HANFORD Mason City, Iowa in 1 ^' R ^ Iet ; re 'ceived his education in the schools at Dubuqiie and was ?iJ£ ad A ?'?,. ot a busine ss college th» c ^ the age of 1S he ent «ed he Pullman service and was with the service 38 years when he opened a barber business at Dea Moines He came here from Des Moines. ' Mr Reeler was a thirty-third degree Mason (Negro) and had be- Dn S . M '? e · 10dg ' e for 4G yw- During that time he served ns grand master, grand secretary and for 14 consecutive years was grand treasurer. He resigned last May because of illness. * Me was a charter member of the oT rL AaWa , r N °- 34 loc1 ^ * Mason City and .was also a charter member of the Knights of Pythias R. N. Reuber, M. D. S. Federal (Abqvo J. J. Newberry Store) INTERNAL MEDICINE PHYSICAL TIIERAPV SKIN DISEASES Tclephono, Office 3880, lies. 25GO (Negro) and of the Union Memorial Methodist Episcopal church He and Carrie N. Duncan were married May 14, 1889 at Dubuque He is survived by his wife and a daughter, Mrs. Edna Stratton, who makes her home with her mother. Then, too, the world will make a beaten path to your door if you m-o- duce better clap-trap.--Chattanooga Dr, R. W. Shultz PILES (Hemorrhoids) non-surgical Treatment. Other Rectal Conditions. Intestinal Stasis (Constipation) Specific Treatment. Write for Booklet Rooms 218, 219, 220 First Nat'l. Bank Bldg., Office Phone 842. Res. Hotel Hanford, Phone 2960. Diamond Bread Jingle Contest 2 " d the following jingle sr '« The Beat of Materials will, the utmost of Care Makes Diamond the Bread ot Quality K0 t . llrc It s nourishing wholesome, tasty and pure, With a. flavor ao eood that P , C1XSCB you Bure Insist on Diamond Bread IT STAYS FRESH LONGER--THERE'S A REASON Opportunities Are Still Good to Win-Look For the New Jingle Mason City Baking Ccx BAKERS OF DIAMOND -- THE BETTER BREAD IT'S COMING Masonic Craftsman Club D A N C E Benefit of Masonic Band Fund --at-MASON CITY ARMORY Thursday, April 16 VARSITY CLUB ORCHESTRA ADMISSION Couple $1.00--Extra Ladies 25c

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