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16 SATURDAY, APRIL 1, 1939 Mason City's Calendar April Term of District Court Will Start Monday April 1--Monthly meeting of U. C. T. and auxiliary at P. G. and E. auditorium, starting with 6:30 supper, April 2--Candlelight and Cross Vesper service by the Union Memorial church choir featuring spiritual songs, 7:30 p. m. at the church. April 2--"Seven Last Words of Christ" by Dubois, 7:30 o'clock, St. John's Episcopal church. April 3--Early diagnosis campaign meeting o£ Cerro Gordo County Tuberculosis association at 12 o'clock noon, in Eadmar hotel. April 11-12--National Creamery Buttermakers association convention. April 12--Annual nomination and election of officers of \ T . F. W. at hall at 7:30 p. m. Here in Mason City MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE Toiture No. 66 of the Forty and Eight will hold its regular meeting at the clubrooms Monday evening, i according to notices sent to mem- , bers .by Garrett Chapman, chef de gare, and Wencil Krejci, corres- ( pond ant. Millinery at Mullaneys, 115 N.Fed Joe Fink, second year law student at Cornell college, Ithaca, N. Y., has been elected editor-in-chief of the Law Review of the institution for next year, according to word received here. \ "Permanent Waving" our hobby. J Lillian Reid's Beauty Shop. ! Townsend club No. .1 will hold its regular meeting Mojiday eve\ rung at 7:30 o'clock in the P. G. ' and E. auditorium. Music and ' dance numbers will be given by ' Sidney Stott, Junior Stott, Renee Reid and Betty Grunz. The Town- sehd. club quartet will sing several numbers. The women of the club will serve a lunch to the winners of the membership campaign In which more than 300 members were added to the club. ' Advance ticket sale at Vance's , · for North Iowa Marimba Band, 25c. The Little Johawks under the leadership of Louis Maricle met in an overnight hike at the Mason 4 i City Y. M. C. A; Friday evening. Entertainment included swimming , and games. I It's fun to be April-Fooler} by Ambrose, the Magician, at Clear Lake Golf club through Sunday. W. B. Hathorn of Mason City will speak on the establishment i' of an airport in Mason City at the * regular Monday noon luncheon meeting of the Mason City Rotary |! club. MARCH SHOWED BIG DEFICIENCY IN PRECIPITATION Backlog of Previous Months Puts Moisture Above 50 Year Average For the first time in a long while Mason City lias experienced a mouth which had a deficiency of precipitation. The March moisture total was .67 of an inch as compared with a normal March moisture of 1.44 indies. Interestingly enough, however, the 1939 precipitation up to April 1 is slightly above the 50 year average, as will be seen from the following table of moisture by months for 1938, 1939 and the normal: 1938 1939 Normal .1.05 1.23 .92 .1.03 1.57 1.01 .2.01 .67 1.44 . 4.09 3.47 3.37 Picture of the Week n Months January .. February . March . . . Totals . Temperature Below Normal Along with the deficiency of moisture in March there was a slight deficiency of warmth. The mean temperature for the month was 31.8 degrees as compared with 32.5 degrees, which is the normal for the third month of the year in Mason City. The month's lowest temperature occurred oil the first day when the mercury in the Globe-Gazette- KGLO weather shelter at the western edge of the city recordec a zero reading. The highest temperature of the month was 78 degrees registered on the afternoon of March 23. I was during this period that Nortl Iowa lost its covering of snow ant ice. Conditions just short o floods prevailed for two or thve days in several sections. Twelve days were listed u clear, 14 as partly cloudy and as definitely cloudy. The wini was out of the north IB days, on of the south. 13 days, from the eas 1 day and from the west 1. Daily Figures Given The day to day figures follow Max. Min. PreciD At Hospitals Merle Quinlan, 716 Monroe avenue northwest, was admitted to the Park hospital Friday for a major operation. Dorothy Budlong, Titonka, was admitted to the Park hospital Friday for treatment. Miss Jean Lewis, 200 Crescent drive, was admitted to the Park hospital Friday for a major operation. J. B. Stivers, 1520 Wilson street southwest, was admitted to the Park hospital Friday for a major operation. Jack Rule, 15 Central apartments, was admitted to the Park hospital Friday for treatment. Callista Sheley, 315 Vermont avenue southeast, was dismissed from the Park hospital Friday following a minor operation. Miss Clara Sagen, 110\2 Adams avenue northwest, was dismissed from the Park hospital Friday following a minor operation. Mrs. Roy L. Harman, Plymouth, was dismissed from the Park hospital Friday following treatment. Mrs. Oliver Allie, Ventura, was dismissed from the Park hospital Friday following a minor operation. March 1 . 22 March 2 25 March 3 35 March 4 39 .. 31 March 5 . March G . March 7 . March 8 . March 9 . March 10 March 11 March 12 March 13 . . - 2 5 .. -27 ...28 . . 4 4 ...35 ...35 . . 3 7 .41 March 14 47 March 15 March 16 March 17 March IB March 19 March 20 March 21 March 22 48 22 .18 · 23 .36 .58 .48 6B March 23 72 78 .74 .72 .49 .38 39 '33 42 March 24 ... March 25 March 26 March 27 March 28 March 23 March 30 March 31 0 ) 9 30 2'2 7 0 IB 20 24 32 30 29 30 8 G 2 5 27 26 37 33 37 47 42 40 25 18 20 15 34 .1 HI-YO SILVER AWAY" Daring "Buck" Irish Rides Again Tr. .03 Tr. Tr. .02 MEETING TO 6E HELD MONDAY Early Diagnosis Campaign Luncheon Plans Complete Final preparations were being made Saturday for the early diagnosis campaign meeting o f , the Cerro Gordo County Tuberculosis association to be held at the Ead- mar hotel at 12 o'clock Monday noon. The program will open with introductory remarks by Paul McAuley, president, following which those present will listen to a broadcast from station WOI, presenting a dramatization prepared by the Iowa Tuberculosis association. Dr. Ralph E. Smiley, general chairman of the early diagnosis campaign, and Dr. E. L. Wurtzer, program chairman, will then outline the campaign plans. Miss Marguerite Pfeffer. Des Moines, field director of the state association, will speak briefly, following which there will be a round table discussion. Dr. Smiley announced Saturday the addition of W. W. Elliott, business agent for the packinghouse workers union, on his committee. Allow us to present F. J. "Buck"' IrLsli, Jr., of Forest City riding away to daring deeds. The picture, which was laken by his father. Dr. F. J. Irish, was awarded first place in the Globe-Gazette weekly photograph contest. Last week the advisability of knowing your camera was pointed out, and the necessity of becoming familiar with it before embarking on a vacation or other important picture taking quest. Now, before pictures close Forest City Picture Wins First Place - ---_ -- _- . | A picture of rare photographic [qualities, particularly in the field five feel. picture taking opportunities, is the time to change your camera, if you have exhausted the picture taking possibilities of your present camera, or to obtain a camera if you intend to enter this most interesting hobby. "What camera shall I get?" That is a question which daily becomes more difficult to answer as new who just takes ;m occasional pic- more cmticuil to answer as ne-v i J . «··»-= "·· ^·..i^vjucn H u_- , ,...,» otuunu HUKI cameras appear on the market in i ,."' c icnd , as no '. ntentlon of doing j A most unusual scene sli increasing numbers and bewilder-! Ill£ n TM developing and printing, by John Hsaheim, 725 ,] ing variety. It is your problem not : ' mlnliltu ye camera is inadvisable. | avenue northwest, Ma.* BAPTIST CHURCH PLANS SERVICES Congregation Has Busy Week Scheduled, Pastor Announces Holy week promises to be a busy week at the First Baptist church. On Wednesday a district woman's missionary rally will be held in the church, led by Mrs. Roy W. Longfellow, of New Hampton. The baptismal service in the evening will be unusual since members of three churches will be immersed. After speaking on "The Baptism of Christ | them outside under fairly ' b r i g h t ' cameras of the companies who have of lighting, won for Dr. F. J. Irish of Forest City first place in the Globe-Gazette's weekly contest. Dr. Irish's photograph, which was selected as the "Picture of the Wee];," portrayed his young son in the debonair air and regaiia of a wild west horseman. The picture was taken with a Rolliflcx camera equipped with a 3.5 lens. Exposure was a fif- t i e t h ' o f a second a n d ' t h e aperture F 5.6. Indoor daylight pro- Picture size is another important I v 'd e d Hie only lighting. Dr. Irish jJoinl to consider. For the person uscd 3 REPORT SHOWING SALES INCREASE N IOWA STORES Mason City Units ' Made Gain of 3.3 in February Sales of independent retail ;ores in Mason City were 3.3 per ent greater in February than they /ere in the corresponding month year ago, according to figures eleased Saturdaj' by the department ot commerce at Washington. Reports from 794 retail stores hroughout the state showed a 6.7 er cent gain. Largest increases, 25.9 per cent nd 25.7 per cent, were reported y hardware stores and motor ve- Ecle dealers, respectively. Lumber and building material lealers reported their sales were up 14.2 per cent, and family cloth- stores had an 11.8 per cent gain. Groups Reporting- Other retail groups reporting ncreases were: Filling stations, 7.1; furniture and appliances group, 7; bottled wine and liquor tores, 6.5; furniture stores, G.4; Irug stores, 5; household appliance stores, 2.8; general stores, 25; ap- arcl group, 1.7; grocery stores vithout meats. 1.3; shoe stores, 1.2; "ood group, 0.5; combination stores (groceries and meats), 6.2. Women's specialty stores reported the largest decline, 6.2 pel- cent. Other groups 'whose sales were smaller were: Jewelry stores, 4.2 per cent; men's and boys' clothing stores, 2.2; department stores, 0.2. A total of 277 retailers in areas of 2,499 or fewer inhabitants reported sales last month were 17.1 per cent above those in the preceding February. A gain of 10.2 per cent was shown by 71 dealers in cities of 5,000 to 3,999 inhabitants, while 147 retailers in cities of 2,500 to 4,999 reported gains averaging 6.3 per cent. Made Largest Gain Among individual cities, Oskaloosa reported the largest sales increase, 19 per cent. Other cities reporting gains were: Muscatine. 12.5 per cent; Marshalllown, 12.4 Dubuque. 10.2: Burlington, G.7; Council Bluffs. 6.3; Fort Dodge, 6 Waterloo, 5.8: Sioux City, 5.3. Des Moines reported no change while Davenport and Cedar Hap- ids had losses of 3.2 and 0.4 per cent, respectively.. February sales in Iowa were 5.J per cent below those in January The commerce department pointed out that there were three fewe business days in February than in January. Let us hot be too hard on tin senate. There are many silent and inconspicuous men in that body who aren't funny.--Lincoln Star. He Will Assign Court Coses . JUDGE M. H. KEPLER BUILDING SHOW COMES TO CLOSE Interest in Exhibit Reached All Time High in Mason City With throngs of home-minded visitors filing past exhibits until :hc last minute. Mason City retailers, distributors and manufacturers closed the doors on the seventh annual North Iowa build- ins and home furnishings show Friday night. Officials of the North Iowa Builders exchange, sponsor of the annual exposition, indicated that interest on the part of visitors in building, modernizing and f u r - nishing homes was at an all-time high. Exhibitors Busy Rarely during the three-day show, in progress from early afternoon until 9:30 o'clock at night, did any of the 30 exhibitors have a chance to catch a breath between iiiquii-ies about their products from prospective customers. It was nothing unusual to see from 10 to 25 persons crowded in and around a booth at times. Jay Tubbesing of the Mason City Millworks, chairman of the show, expressed his .appreciation in a KGLO interview from his display Friday night for the ever-gvo\vin~ otherwise you will not be able to work closer than eight to ten feet to your subject. A simple folding camera has only one advantage over the less and that is of carrying. in the convenience . Under certain conditions, such as on a trip, this is a distinct advantage and well worth the extra cost. . Picture Size Important super XX film. Wins Second Plar:e interest of the public in the exposition. From Wide Area Registration cards showed that many visitors came from communities all over North Iowa. Delegations from Cedar Rnpids and Cedar Falls, in charge of arrangements for similar shows in their cities, were on hand Friday lo study the pattern of the local institution. Although total attcj-.'.ance Clear Lake in front of the Camp- 1 figures had not been computed bell cottage. The winner of first place will shot taken Jefferson on City. photography. Next week points toi t h .^ c " s t of onlnrging each picture j immediately" following a liaht - · · - ' . will discourage him m his picture snow. I taking. consider when choosing a camera for the more advanced worker and the beginner who wants to m a k e ' i serious hobby of photography | c n t e r i = '" ' · " [chaser will do well to select a w _ f ] camera made by one of the estab- If you wish to take"occasional ! "shed companies. There is little maps and will be satisfied to take ! difference in price between the Haaheim succeeded in procurin will be presented. Describes Box Camera With so many maiuifticturcrs, interesting lighting itenng the camera field, the pur- 1 p i c t ure texture.- Th and His Cross," the pastor, the Rev. J. Lee Lewis, will immerse eight candidates. After which tiie Rev. J. M. Eaves, pastor of St. John's Baptist church. Mason City, will immerse three of his flock and several from the Baptist church of Manly. A n a n n i v e r s a r y candlelight communion service will be held Thursday evening when the new members will be received and take their first communion. The down toxvn union three hour Good Friday meditation will be held here also. The three light conditions or indoors with 1 ;i record of years of service and photo-flood bulbs, then a box j reliable products and some of the camera or inexpensive folding new and untried cameras on the camera will do on admirable job of answering your requirements. In a camera of Ihis type vou do not have any lens or "shutter ad- effects and e picture was taken with a Kodak' Recomar using Veriehrome film. Lens opening was F22 and shutter speed a tenth of a second. The time was late afternoon in bright sunlight. Swimming in Lake Don Campbell, son of Mr and - - - jtistments to make. that you box cameras and cheap ones. Get a good one and avoid cheap cam-1 eras which will not prove satis- ' factory. shots f ca) ., * -t"'"t receive a S3 check from the Globe-Gazette. Winners of first, second and third will each be given an excellent enlargement of their entries from the Kayenay Camera store, which is associated with the Globe-Gazette in the conduct of the contest. Photographs were submitted on a variety of subjects this week, but no one sent in an entry using the April fool theme, which would have been a natural from the standpoint of timeliness. Submits Wedding Scene Among the interesting pictures that didn't score among the first three was a church wedding scene. Taken under obvious lighting difficulties this picture showed altai in minute details, but principals in the wedding were too dark to have reproduced in a newspaper. We hope o similar picture will be submitted correcting this difficulty. Prizes are again to he offered next week. The contest is open to all amateur photographers in North Iowa and southern Minnesota. Both print and film or negative should be submitted. An entry blank is shown below for the convenience of those wishing to enter pictures in the contest. earlj- Saturday, officials believed hat the number of visitors was n the near neighborhood of 5.000 strong which se t the attendance record last year. A. C. Frisk. Jr., is president of .he North -Iowa Builder's exchange; L. A. Moore, vice president; and Lester Milligan, secretary-treasurer. speakers are. Dr. Roy C. Holfen-I ammats'you should selec" stem, the Rev. G. N. Jones and which will permit you to take the Rev. D. L. Kratz. This will be three one hour services with intermissions after each one. The youth union sunrise Easter service will be held here also on Easter at 6 'a. m. with the Rev. C. Burnett Whitehead. rector of have to do is aim and shoot .You 1 If you are n beginner in photog- j must remember that you h a v e ] raphy and wsnt to take occasional definite limitations with (his type j pictures t h a t arc consistently good, of camera and thai you must ( w i t h a minimum of expense and limit your picture taking to f a - 1 '.vithout the necessity of learning vorable light conditions. i how to adjust lens" and shutter If you want to take portraits i speeds on the camera a box or and close-up shots of people or; simple folding camera marie by an ·' model ; established company is the right : camera for you. St. John's speaker. Episcopal church, . SEEKS DIVORCE CLARION--Jessie Faulkner ol i BEGINS NEW AGENCY MANLY--Donald Duclos has started a new Insurance Agency in Manly. He has been employed in Kraus' store for the past eight years with the exception of a year spent on the road for the Reid Mui'dock company of Chicago. Eagle Grove has filed suit here i in Wright county district court against Glenn Faulkner asking j that she be granted an absolute di- At the northwest district board BOY SCOUTS OF DISTRICT MEET Awards Presented at Board Review in Forest City vorce. The defendant is charged with cruel and inhuman treatment. ATTEND FUNERAL KANAWHA -- Mr. and Mrs. Norma Sanderson spent Wednesday and Thursday at Burt where they attended the funeral of Mr. Sanderson's sister. Mis-s Ruby Sanderson. Mr. Sanderson is linotype operator at the Kanawha Re( porter office. of review held in the junior of the district, served ;ts cliair- '· man of the board of review. Following the board of review. : .1 meeting of the district committee was held with Mr. Thoc. : chairman, presiding. i Reports were made covering file- work of scouting in the district and plans were laid out tor scouting activities ill the future. Summer tvintp plans were dis- ousscd aiici announcement was made of the district-wide camp- orce in which nil troops in the district w i l l participate on a troop school in Forest City Friday nigiil., .u:rf patrol basis. The camporee the following awards were made: " " First class merit badges to Vincent Hylbak. troop 44. Lake Mills. in first aid, public health, scholarship and athletics: Gerald Bliss, troop 44. Lnke Mills, in reptile sUtdy. camenli-y nrd woodwork, nnd U'jivne r?;ind-'ll. Iroan 44. Liihc Mills, i n public heaiih and .vill be held shortly after school is out but troops in the meantime \vi!l be preparing for it. li wns decided 1hat the next board of review would be hrlri in L;.'!;e ".V-i'Is on Thurscfav evening to'i! :7. PC'.IVJ leaders from both T.^kc lk and Purest Ci'.y v.'3rc ;.) ;il- i zoology. Ivvin L. Thue, chairman I teiuluncc at the meeting. OFFICIAL ENTRY BLANK ''Picture of the Week" Contest- for Amateur Photographers Title of Picture Photographer's Name Address Camera Used Lens Time Taken Street Box, Folding, etc. City Slate Film Used Mrmth Hour Shutter Speed I.isht Conditions Bright Cloudy Ucscription of Picture Subject's \arnc, Location of Scene, etc. (Evrrv p-r-'i-r- s-!)--tl'«-rl miist i- arcompan'ert hr an official rnlry !!;·!'.,. «·:·(·,]::·];· i''' ;! en'. C;;'li n-sii:v ,-?rd "riiit mt'st he s-nt to !i c ··r-v.-r,. O r t'-p WccV." Mason Crly G'lbe-GaMllc, .Vasmi Ci'.v. toua.) FELLOWSHIP OF PRAYER Daily Lenten Devotional By DR. GAIUS G. ATKINS 65 JURORS ARE SUMMONED FOR COMING SESSION Judge M. H. Kepler To Assign Cases Here Next Week The April term of the district court of Cerro Gordo county will get under way Monday morning with Judge M. H. Kepler of Northwood presiding. The first week's schedule includes an assignment of cases, which will probably take place the forepart of the week, and the convening of the grand jury Tuesday morning at 9 o'clock. Sixty-five petit jurors have been drawn and summoned to appear at the courthouse, on Monday, April 10, at 1:30 o'clock, when jury trials are scheduled to get under way. These jurors are: Archer L. Adams, ''til Vermont avenue soulbrast. Millie Atcrmuii. Ckir Ijke. Villa Ruth BaEley, 4U8^ Soulb Floyd Beutz, Thornton. W i l l i a m W. Boj-d, 305 first street southeast. Lillie Bartletl. Burchlnal. Sirs. I.. I.. Itless, Ventura, noj Butcher, ,Masoi\ City. Grace Hush. Clear I.abe. C. I. Brriuu-cr, 209 In entj -[our 1L street southwest. Mrs. W. C. Boyle, Dougbertr. J. Krancis Breen, 321 Georgia avenue northeast. Mrs. J. C. Burkliarl. Plymouth. W. It. Campbell, Rockwell. Olene Comstock, Clear Lake. Einil Casperaon, Rockford. Mrs. Carl Cool. Nora Sprints. William DeT.oek, Rockwell. Esther Deertz, 91, Monroa avenue north lies I. ,' Esther DeSart, ]'!3 Monroe avenue southwest. Harry J. Ellsworth. Mason city. Vern f e l l . Clear Lake. Itoy Galliot], Manly. En Rose Gritlitb, Maxon City. Lucille Gasl, 1;! Fifth street norlrt- east. Italuh GnilU. Mason Clly. Mrs. Emma Halversou. Clear Lake. £va A. U u b b a r d . Mason City. Belh Hart, riymoutb. Francis JO3-iit, 'ifi Jersey avenue oulheast. Mrs. Anna Knutson. Clear Lake. Eva Kime. Clear Lake. Itose Kennedy. Rockwell. Clara L. Kenyon, Clear Lake. Eula Leffler, 1U3 Third street soulfa- est. .11. C. ureiEr. Clear tale. llorolhy A. Mallo, 18 Tennessee avenue oudteast. Nellie M. McDonald, 933 Delaware renue northeast. Charles McGowan. Clear Lake. W. R. .UeBee, !.! West State. Amos Xissen, Clear Lake. Kay Nietvald. Plymouth. Victor Xelson, tHJG S e v e n t h street ortheasf. Lois Nelson, Clear Lalce. E. F. O'Oea, M9 Jefferson avenue orthwest. Walter O. Odeeaard, ?00? Pennsylvania rcnue southeast. Jeanette Oct. Clear Lake. Marion Fate, 115 Connecticut avenue outheasl. Earl Quinlus. Ventura. Samuel Sererjon. Clear I^ke. Bert Sorenson. Clear Lake. Eva .M. Seisinrer, 17-*e DeJairare are- ue southeast. Henry Sieirertsen. Mason City. Zaida Stevens, 9oG* = Pennsylvania ave- ie northeast. K t n e l Schumacher. Thornton. Charley Schmoll, Clear Lake. Ralph Vosburjh. Rockwell. Grace Vance, :~JO Tiventy-fODrlh Direct outhwest. Abhot r.. Wolf, Sll Second ilreet outhwest. Alma Wood. Clear Lake. J. J. Wohler, Mason City. Merit Wihe. Rockwell. Arthur Way. Rockwell. liplen Weaver, 2ri Louisiana avenue nutheast. Tony ZemaneV, r.3S Jackson avenue oulhwest. "THE CROSS AGAINST THE SKY-LINE" Saturday, April 1. The Son o Man must suffer many thing . If any man will come afte me let him . . . take up his cross Read Luke 9:18-25. Jesus had long seen the cros against the sky mature--tin cross must come first--but HI went on to die for it. This morning that processioi of promise seems sadly haltec that hope so piteously postponed But we must not surrender it. 2 great hope is a priceless posses sion, but we have no right to en teriain it save as we are willin to lose ourselves to make it com true. H is no small thing to sub due the world or a soul--to th spirit of Jesus. But. every brav person who entertains the hop of a Christian world and makou, his life a way for the Master' Way is road builder for the Kin of Love. Hope marches on. Prayer: Lord of the sovereig causes, whose banners arc hop and love, grant that we th morning may be part in spirit an in truth of Thy victorious on-go ing. Let our palms laid befoi Thee be obedience and our acclaims be a new consecration I Thy Kingdom. Amen. Russians Offer No omment on British Pledge to Poland MOSCOW. f/p)--Soviet Russian newspapers Saturday reported the British-French pledge to Poland but refrained from editorial comment. Official quarters also were silent. Thcs London correspondent of the official newspaper Izvestia, however, mentioned that some circles there were comparing Prime Minister Chamberlain's statement on Poland with his declaration a year ago on Czechoslovakia. Some foreign diplomats here re- iard the present weekend as a critical test ol Hitler's intentions. IS INJURED IN FALL BURT--While walking on the street Thursday evening Mrs. Elbert Sewick turned around suddenly and broke her kneecap. She is in the Kossuth hospital at AI- gona. Uvergood Bros. WATCHES - DIAMONDS EXPEKT WATCH REPAIRING DIAMOND SETTING FILES FOR DIVORCE CLARION -- Charges of cruel and inhuman treatment have been filed against Rudy Quandt by Ethel Quandt of Belmond who asks that she be granted a divorce. W.R.Cothern,M.D. Piles and other rectal troubles cured by mild office methods without operation or loss of time. Why put it off? Special attention to venereal diseases. Also prostatic troubles and sexual weakness of men. 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