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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 18

Mason City, Iowa
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Tuesday, April 7, 1931
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i-tt^iX. fcOKCttM ^ j __;_.. RADIO QUOTA IN 10WAI001ARGE State Gets More Than It Share Thru Federal , Allotments. By HADFOKD E. MOBLEY Staff Correspondent WASHINGTON, A p r i l 7 -Ranges in allotment of radio facilities in recent months have brot Iowa a little above its due quota, the federal radio commission announced today. . The state, under the radio com- Missions system of allotting ·units," has 13.00 units at present as compared with 12.62 units on aid' 31 IaSt year ' tte commission . WHh'tlils gain in units; the state is 5.70 units over its rightful allotment of 7.30 units, based on population: , In giving Iowa more than its proportionate' share it Is in contradiction of the commission's own announced'determination to rectify existing inequalities. In reports of examiners on cases the examiners iava many times urged this- consideration strongly but the com- mission has not often given it great attention. , : The 78 per cent increase in radi facilities which low'a. now has ma- be corrected by congressional ac tion in the next congress, when there will probably be a revival o the pressure for passage of the Couzens 'bill establishing a new commission. · ' Hoover Not Likely to Visit Minnesota This Summer, Says Richey FERGUS. FALLS, Minn., April 7. (/B-^The possibility that Presi- Lent Hoover would spend his sum- Tier vacation in Minnesota appear- d remote today. Lawrence Richey, ecretary of the president, has written the Fergus Falls Kiwanis lub, that it does not now "appear ikely" that .Mr. Hoover will come o Minnesota. The chief executive last month was invited to spend his vacation t Pelican Rapids, near here. VH.L COMPETE FOK HONORS DUMONT, April 7--Lydia Benett from the sixth grade will repent Dumont at the Butler county pelling contest Saturday. Miss ean Austin will represent Madison ownship No. 2 rural school. Elirh- nation contests were held Monday MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE' BANDIT VICTIM MAY NOT LIVE Salesman in Clinton Sho Five Times; Story Is Vague. CLINTON, April 7. UK-Julius P. Elstman, 42, Morrison, Hi. auto- motile salesman, is in a serious condition m a hospital here following an attack in Clinton Monday night by a man he described as a bandit who shot him five times. Elstman, whose story regarding the shooting is vague, claims the bandit opened fire on him after he refused to raise his hands. Bleeding profusely he drove to the hospital unaccompanied after the shooting. 3is right arm was shattered and he had four bullet wounds in his body. Physicians say he may not recover. ALEXANDER PltOGRAM GIVEN ALEXANDER, April 7--A program was given by 27 of the jun- ors, consisting of songs in response o different prophetic passages of Scripture. The prophet was Gordon Sunn, the pianist was Mrs. George unu and the director was Miss Ruehlins., Robbers Torture Man to Learn Money Cache ST. CLAIRSVILLE, Ohio, April 7. (JPl--His ears and finger tips partially torn "off by robbers who tortured him in an effort to locate his money, Andy Yelan, 55, wan found unconscious today in his home at Barton. His condition was critical. Noted British Banker and President Hoover Talk About Weather WASHINGTON, April 7. (/B-Two distinguished 'men talked about the weather long enough to delay the president's cabinet rueet- ng. After a 15 minute visit with President Hoover, Governor Mon- :agu Norman of the Bank of Enr- aud said: "We talked about this blizzard. Can you imagine talking about anything else?" Governor Norman was accompanied to the white house by Sir Ronald Lindsay, the British ambassa- lor. He stood for a moment in the ain and snow while photographers made his picture. NURSE HEROINE ILL An Open Letter to Farmers In CERRO GORDO County IINJSURANCE FOR GROWING CROPS SCOTT RITTLEDGE. PRESIDENT E.' B. RUTLEDGE. TREASURE W. A. HUTLEDGE. SECJttTABY 722 SIXTH AVE.---DES MOINES, IOWA n on*' T * $*· WIitin S thi3 letter at the request of 40,000 Iowa Farmers who are members of .this associatinn They ask you; to; Join them and have real petce It when the black hail clouds gather. . They know from experience that fair nts s Er ° r « 1 "e losses but a · pay p meets every requirement of protection and low cost. lSra£? 0m i° bilBi extremely low cost. ln ° NE ' "^-assessable policy at Pew farmers realize M.W. Brooks Clear Luke, Iowa G. N. Chambers 4M N. Washington Mason City, Inwa" W. K. Priiess Thornton, Iowa Parks Franks Mason City, R 5 , insurance, ffmi information sent free. FARMERS MUTUAL HAIL INSURANCE ASSN. (Secretary)', ^^^··^··M^l^mMBMHBHi^MMBBB See Our Agent Nearest You W. H. Gleason Mjison City, Iowa J. F. Hartfelder Ave. Mcservey, Iowa P. T. Jensen 201 Elm St, Clear Jjikc, Iowa C. H. Major 102 12th St. N. W. Muson City, Iowa H. A. Lyons Clear Lake, Iowa J. F. Maroney 32!/j E.. Stato-St,. Mason Clf.y, Iowa C. C. Palrrieter Clear Lake, Iowa 0. L. Senneff Miu;a n Olt.y, Inwn iMclc Box 558 P. J. Backer Dougherty, Iowa C. H. Christians Dougherty, Iowa Melvin Ing-ebretson Thornton, Iowa Martha Pattie First National Bank Mason- City, Inwn E. B. Rutledge Fort Dodge, Iowa R. W. Ford _Storm I^ilto. Iowa The heroic flight of. lilss Blarie M. Wadham, nurse, to the aid of the school children who survived after being held snow_bound for 36 hours, In a school bus, near Towner, Colo., has seriously impaired her health. She suffered greatly from exposure and has been confined to the hospital at Holly, Colo. Portland Township Farm Bureau Meeting to Be Thursday Night The regular meeting or the Portland township Farm Bureau organization will be held at the Portland hall Thursday "evening at 8 o'clock. Vocal aolos by Edwin Helta- ling- of Mason City and a reading by F. Church will be included on the program. Junior High Play Is Given at Dougherty DOUGHERTY, April 6.--The Ju- ilor high school play, "Paying- the fiddler" was presented before one of the largest crowds of the season in the opera house Sunday night The cast of characters included Madonna Boyle, John Merfeld, Dorothy Donnelly, Regina Mae Brady, Leo Mullen, Gertrude Cunningham, Patrick Boyle and Joseph Noss. The 30 piece high school band presented three selections between acts. A chorus dance by six junior high school girls, Marie Geary, Margaret McMenimen, Dolores Logan, Winifred Rattinghaus, Elinor Mullen and Huberta Mahoney, and a song, "When You and I Were Young Maggie" by John Merfeid and Patrick Boyle, were much enjoyed. Scarville Choir Gives Cantata in 3 Churches SCARVILLE, April 7.--Large crowds filled the churches of Scarville, North Prairie and Bethel Sunday to hear the Easter cantata "Immortality," by Stultz, given by the Scarville vested choir of 30 voices. Soloists \vere Selma Nelson Max and Clifford Larson and Ray Jensen, bass. Lucille Larson accompanied on the piano and Mrs. Ben Nelson the organ. 89th Birthday Observed by Mrs. Casweli, Nashua NASHUA, April 7.--Mrs. Julia Casweli celebrated her eighty-ninth, birthday anniversary. Mrs. Casweli came to Waverly in a covered wagon 59 years ago and settled on a farm 10 miles southeast of Nashua- Nashua had no railroad at that time and was but a hamlet and all of their trading was done at Waverly. Cantata Is Presented at Union Meeting at Cresco CRESCO, April 7.--Easter services in the various Cresco churches closed with a cantata at the union meeting in the Congregational church Sunday evening: which drew a crowded house. The cantata was sung by the Congregational church choir of 13 voices under direction of Mrs. J. C. Feuling, with J. H. Burgess at the organ. Mission School Opened at Fertile; 68 Present FERTILE, April 7--The Mission Sunday school opened up Easter Sunday in the Mission hall with an attendance of G8. A part of the opening exercises was a song, "He Is Risen," given by the quartet-C. E. Eikenbary, Mrs. Ella Seglem, Mrs. Hans Johnson and Joseph, Levang. Program to Be Presented by Dougherty Farm Bureau DOUGHERTY, April 7.--There will be a Farm Bureau meeting Wednesday evening at the Opera House in Dougherty. A program is being prepared to be presented. Engineer to Wed Stepmother. SAN FRANCISCO, April 7. f/P-- Sidney Francis Adams, mining engineer, ia to marry his stepmother, the widow of Prof. E. D. Adams, who was head of the history department at Stanford. Mrs. lUngllng Sees First Circus. NEW YORK, April 7. (rtV-Mrs. John RIngling, a bride, has seen a circus for the first time. Her hua- foana a, of course. Study Center Held for Worth Teachers NORTHWOOD, April 7.--A studv center was held at the Northwoo'd high school auditorium for the rural teachers of Worth county, about 50 attending. Prof. H. C. Moeller of the Iowa Sttae Teachers college at Cedar Falls gave addresses at the morning and afternoon sessions Miss Minnie. Starr of the State Teachers college conducted the musical activities of the session At the afternoon session she directed a group of 85 rural grade school pupils in songs they have been studying in the schools of the county This was in the nature of a rehearsal for the grade school commencement program which is to be held in June at which time a county chorus of grade school pupils will sing. Is Guest at Grafton. GRAFTON--Mrs. Emil Heimhe of Stacy, Minn., is visiting relatives here. _APKIL Mrs. Jessie Thompson Buried at Northwood .S T ^°? D ,U April 7 --Funeral SEE Tth'f ^m? «,r5aS Thompson for Mrs. Jessie Thompson, mother of Mr. Thompson, who Thursday afternoon at the hos- (·--' . at lQ wa City. Her body wag brot here for burial In Sunset Rest cemetery. The Rev. William Crossley, pastor of the local M. E. church was in charge of the services ' DOWN Installs a Kelvinator in Your Home BALANCE EASY TERMS Visit Our Store Wednesday and See the New Kelvinator Models MIER WOLF SONS MASON CITY, IOWA ARROW to the essentials of value · J\ * he refrigerator manufactured by reliable company with proper experience in. the electric refrigeration field? · Has it plenty of food and shelf fipace? · Is the cabinet itself well de- ««ned. sturdily builc anu-propedy- - tosulat ^^ A new method of buying electric refrigeration on a lasting basis Here is the way to get those extra conveniences and extra refinements in electric refrigeration that gladden your heart more ahd more as the years goby. 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(Too low a temperature on the shelves will, of course, injure food). · Is there a place to keep ice ctcam, meat, fish, game, "quick Irosted" foods or extra ice cubes indefinitely at a lelow freezing temperature? · -A" these various temperatures (a. extra fast freezing; b. fast freciing; c. below freezing for storage; and d. normal food preservation temperature) automatically maintained without any attention from the oumer? · Does the refrigerating unit operate often or infrequently? (The fewer "stops" and · 'starts" theionger the unit will last and the less it costs to run). O How long will the cooling unit continue to cool the refrigerator even though the current is shut off? (Refrigeration should continue for 10 or 12 hours). · Can the back parts of all shelves, even the lowest, be reached wjthout kneeling or sitting down? · Has provision been made for keeping vegetables fresh and crisp? · Can the refrigerator top be used to "set things clown for a moment" while the contents of the cabinet are being re-arranged? · Will the refrigerator add to the attractiveness of the kitchen? · Has the experience of users over along period of years proved the refrigerator long-lived and dependable? DEALERS MIER WOLF SONS Carl Boeckemeier A. E. Wetter - Drake Bros. E. P. Hatten - - H. D. Kruggel Hardware Schaap Voss Judd Hardware Leach Thompson The Electric Shop - Dumont Orchard Crystal Lake Stacyville - Rockwell Austin ville Kanawha and Britt Spencer Belmond Co. L P. COURSHON CO V Inc. MASON CITY, IOWA DISTRIBUTORS I T ,1 :,,-,,·

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