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May 6, 1936

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 12

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TWELVE MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, MAY 6 1936 Mason City's Calendar 4.9--Clean Up, Paint Up, Fix Up campaign sponsored by junior division of Chamber of Commerce. Slay 8--St. Olaf college church choir to sing at high school auditorium at 8 p. m. May 18-19--Association of Wa-Tan- Ye clubs convention. May 10--Mother's day. Here In Mason City P. E. O. rummage sale - Fri., May S. 119 N. Federal. 8:30 a. m. Screens repaired, called for and delivered. Low cost. Boomhower'a The Bristow and Carpenter high school junior-senior banquets will be held at the Hotel Hanford Friday evening. . · ' TJnusual paint values all this week. Mason City Hardware. Kent our floor sanding and wax machines. Shepherd's Paint and Wallpaper Co. Ph. 1362. Mrs. J, W. Macket, 135 Fourth street northwest, has been confined to her bed since last Saturday he- cause of laryngitis. Picture framing - oil paintings, tapestries, photos, diplomas, etc. R. S. Shepherd, 16 1st St. S. E. St. Olaf Church Choir Concert hiEh school, Friday 8 p. m. Reserve seats 35c, students 25c, Vance s. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Jones, 733 Carolina avenue northeast, were called to Austin, Minn., Tuesday where their son, Donald Jones, underwent an operation for appendicitis in a hospital. Donald Jones has been employed in the Gildner store : at 'Austin since his recovery from injuries suffered in an automobile accident here last year. Lydia Darrah candies, bulk or boxed, for Mother's day--Ib. 60c. Flavo Shop, 12 1st St. S. E. Vou really can wash more walls with less effort and at less cost with Speedex. Sold exclusively by Mason City Hdwe. Co. Birth certificates have been filed for Gail Lee, daughter of Mr. and Mrs Ralph Chester Mickelson, 20 Fourth street northwest, born April 28- Andrew John, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Herbert Roberts, Central heights, bora April 23, and Sharron Jean, child of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Thornton, 1532 Hampshire avenue northwest, born April 24. Boys and girls! Look for special Mickey Mouse insert in Diamond bread good with 5c for matinee show at the Strand theater Friday and Saturday. · Democrats of County 1 'Open Headquarters Offices at Hanford The Cerro Gordo County Democratic organization and the Young Democratic club have opened headquarters at the Hotel Hanford, occupying one of the rooms facing Federal avenue on the ground floor. The rooms will be used for party conferences and general party headquarters in the coming campaign. Reservations at Vance's for St. Olaf 'Church Choir Reservations may be made at the Vance Music company store for the concert to be given by the St. Olaf college choir at the high school auditorium Friday evening at 8 o'clock, according to the Rev. O. L. N. Wigdahl, minister of the Trinity Lutheran church, which is sponsoring the - event. The sale of tickets is in !.' charge of a committee from the Trinity church. AT THE HOSPITALS Jonas Hoyle, Ventura, was admitted to the Park hospital Tuesday for treatment. George Cornea, 118 South Federal avenue, was admitted to the Mercy hospital Tuesday for a major operation. Miss Grace W e s t o v e r , Nora Springs, was dismissed from the Park hospital Tuesday following a minor operation. Miss Marlys Knutson, Clear Lake, was admitted to the Mercy hospital Wednesday for a minor operation. . Mrs. .P. W. Crafword, Clear take, was dismissed from .the Park hospital Tuesday following a minor operation. Charles Busch, 609 Fifth street southwest, was dismissed from the Mercy hospital Tuesday following a major operation. Walter.Baker, Eureka hotel, was dismissed from the Park hospital Tuesday following treatment. Mrs. George Marlof and infanl son, 816 Madison avenue northwest were dismissed from the Mercy hospital Tuesday. Mrs. Demus-W. Grippen, Jr., 112 Rhode Island avenue southeast, was dismissed from the Mercy hospital Wednesday following a major operation. Mrs. Joe Bombela, _620 Sixth street southwest, was' dismissec from the Mercy hospital Tuesday following a major operation. Mrs. Behnard Reynolds and infan son, 422 Taylor avenue southwest were dismissed from the Mercy hospital Wednesday. Mrs. Rudolph Anderson and infant son, 811 Jersey avenue south cast, were dismissed from the Mercy hospital Tuesday. ' William Thome. Garner, was dis missed from the Mercy hospita Tuesday following a major operation. BEET GROWERS TO GET SOIL CONSERVATION PAY AAA RULING PUTS SUGAR INDUSTRY IN SOIL PROGRAM Producers to Get $10 An Acre on Same Basis as Other Crops. The sugar beet industry has been made an integral part of the general agricultural conservation program with the reduction of the acre- ige required in soil conservation crops to 4.0 per cent and tie payment of $10 an acre, according to a news report from the United States department of agriculture and the AAA at Washington, D. C. The announcement was good news to sugar beet growers in the north Iowa and southern.Minnesota ;erritory. Requirements Reduced. Under the program as announced a producer who has'10 acres in sugar beets would need to have 4 icres in soil conserving crops. Under the previous ruling he would have had to have at least 5 acres of 50 per cent of his beet acreage in clover or other soil conserving crops. "The provisions pertaining to sugar are a part of the general agricultural conservation program and co-ordinate with the sugar marketing quotas established under the Jones-Costigan act," information from the federal department stated. Must Be In Addition. The soil conserving acreage required must be in addition to other soil conserving acreage required under the program as it affects other crops, it was pointed out. This does not mean that the producer is required to plant this many acres to soil conserving crops in 1936, but merely that he has to have this much acreage, including that planted prior to 1936, in soil conserving crops on his farm this year. The payments for soil conserving crops grown in connection with sugar beets are apporximately the same as for acreage put in these crops in connection with the general M-ogram. For the country as a whole ihese payments for soil-conserving crops in connection with sugar crops will average approximately $10 an CONTEST PIECES TO BE OFFERED BY BAND SUNDAY Soloists in Competition at Cleveland Also to. Be Presented. A concert, both solos and band umbers, consisting entirely o£ numbers which will be played 'at the ational high- school band contest at Cleveland, will be. presented at 3 i'clock Sunday afternoon in the high school auditorium. This will be the last appearance of the. high school band before leav- ng, probably Wednesday morning, : or the contest to be held the latter iart of next week. With three re- learsals daily, the organization is ast approaching the national cham- )iOn caliber and this concert will jive local listeners an opportunity ;o hear the band at its best. In New Uniforms. Already twice given the highest possible .ranking in national com- jetition, the band will compete this year for the first time as a well iniformed organization, comparable to the appearance that have marked other organisations. Nlney-four players will be taken by the local band to Cleveland, al- iough only 90 will be permitted to play, according to regulations. The sand will travel by the Northwestern to Chicago and then go on the Nickelplate line to Cleveland. Soloists Are Named. Soloists to appear Sunday af ter- oon will be Edith Stevens, English torn; Kelvin Baker, alto clarinet; Bill pappas, b flat clarinet; Barbara Scott, piano; Homer Hockenberry, oboe; Evelyn Cheesman, violin, and Ruth Buehler, marimba. The band will play "Lenoir March," "Universal Judgment," give a sight reading test, a military escort in five ways and play two excerpts from "Pathetique." Supporters of the band are anxious that a large crowd attend this concert, admission prices having been reduced to cents. 10 cents and 25 Stanley McClintock in Race for County Clerk Announces Plans for Intensive Campaign for Office. Nomination papers have been filed for Stanley McClintock, 323 Seventh street southeast, as candidate for the democratic nomination for clerk of the district court of Cerro Gordo county. ' As no other candidate has entered the race for the nomination, Mr. McClintock becomes the party's candidate in the general election, his supporters pointed out. Mr. McClintock is 29 years of age, the son of Mr. and Mrs. W. M. McClintock, who have been residents of Mason City for the past 40 years, the father having been identified with the Milwaukee railroad for more than 30 years. Mr. McClintock is a graduate of the Mason City high school and Jun- STANLEY MCCLINTOCK ior college and played on the football teams of both institutions. He* is a member-of the local Rod and Methodist church. Mr. McClintock is Gun club, the Masonic lodge and the I planning an intensive campaign. Lyons Building Storage Vault for 5,000 Coats Will Be Situated on Second Floor of New Structure. A storage vault with a capacity for a half million dollars worth of furs is the center of a building undertaken by the Lyons Laundry and Dry Cleaning company, 29 Second street southwest. This is the first vault of this type to be constructed in Iowa, according to C. M. Lyons, secretary of the company, and Lyons will have the strongest storage vault in the state. The addition of this refrigerated vault will make the plant one of the most complete laundry, dry cleaning and fur organizations in the state. The vault itself .will be situated on the second floor of the new building of the Lyons company, the entrance to which will be through a huge vault door weighing 12,000 pounds and in constant view of the-* 1 10 YEAR PROJECT GIVES IMPETUS TO SCOUT WORK North Iowa Council Plans Program of Recruiting New Members. New impetus has been given to the work of the Boy Scouts of America throughout the nation with the inauguration of a 10 year program which has as. its ultimate goal the realization of the slogan, "One of every four new mate citizens a graduate of four years of scout training." The North Iowa scout council, comprising Cerro Gordo. Franklin, Wright, Hancock, Winnebago, Worth.-Mitchell, Floyd and Butler c-ounties, has launched a definitie program of recruiting and maintaining members,, it was pointed out by Charles A. Knouse, Mason City Boy Scout executive. In order to attain the goal, 50 per cent of the 12 year old boys each year must be recruited, and 50 per cent of the recruits must be kept in scout work for four years. According to the latest census figures available, there are 1.684 12 year old boys in the North Iowa council area at the present time. Charts have been devised to enable an accurate check to be made at any given time on the actual progress of the work in recruiting and maintaining members. Dr. Hempstead Addresses Local Medical Society Dr. Bert E. Hempstead, assistant professor of Otolaryngology and Rhinology with the University of Minnesota graduate school of medicine and a member of the staff of the Mayo clinic, Rochester,- Minn., addressed about 40 members of the Cerro Gerdo Medical society Tuesday evening at the Hotel Hanford M. 3. LYONS Local Police Osked to Check Identity of Man Found Dead Local police were asked to check here on the identity of a man who died in a box car at Monona Wednesday morning of a heart attack^ He had told companions that his name was Kelly and that he came from Mason Ciy. The man was about 50 years of age, 5 feet 6 inches tall and wore a brown overcoat. He limped with his right leg, according to companions. Police were unable to locate relatives of the man here. . Guests From Minnesota. LONEROCK--Mr. and Mrs. Fred Stqley of Botna, and Herbert Clarke of Hector, Minn., were weekend guests of the Chris Shaser family. office of the chief of police due to to the construction of a large window which will be lighted at night to show the massive door. This will be the only opening into the vault, the walls of which are 12 inch concrete, reinforced with steel bars crossing every six inches, and insulated throughout on the inside with thick cork; The door to the vault is 10 inches thick, with an inner door of four inches. Keeps Pelts Soft The utmost protection from theft, moth larvae or. atmospheric conditions will be available in this new vault, which will be the only one in this section of the country in which the humidity as well as the temperature will be controlled. This feature will 'keep the pelts soft and fresh, according to Mr. Lyons. The vault is planned to be completed about the middle of May, in time for the present season's storage of furs. According to the bureau of entomology at Washington, D. C., sudden I changes from cold to warm temperature then back to cold kills moth larvae. The temperature of the vault will be held at 10 degrees, then boosted to 50 degrees and turned back to 34, degrees again where it will be held steady for a period of two weeks at a time. When completed the vault will have a capacity for 5,000 coats, any one of which will be obtainable on short notice at any time. Besides this new storage service Lyons Laundry and Dry. Cleaners will move their fur department into new and larger quarters. The fur department is in charge of Ben Benowitz, who has been with the firm for the past 12 months. Mr. Benowitz is an experienced furrier having come to this country from Russia and having 45 years' .experience in working with furs. Coats will be manufactured at the establishment from the Sol Vogel patterns of New York, one of the outstanding importers of coat designs in this country. ' · Improvements Planned. Several other improvements have been planned throughout the large plant including the remodeling of the office, and the construction of a modern display room for furs. About $6.000 worth of modern laundry and dry cleaning equipment has been installed at the plant recently. One new machine which is an air vacuum unit connected to all the steam presses insures absolutely dry garments leaving the battery or presses. The installation of a large vacuum still and a pressure filter, both used in the purifying of the solvent used in dry cleaning are also recent additions to the equipment at the plant. This equipment keeps the sol ; vent in the same condition as it was when it left the refinery. Two additional presses of the latest type have been added to the laundry department as well as a new finishing form for trousers. The Lyons company furnishes its own soft water and power for the laundry and with the completion of a new 'boiler room and power plant, Lyons will have the most complete unit of any plant in Iowa. From three to six times each week its trucks cover a territory of a 100 mile radius from Mason City. From Blooming Prairie, Minn., on the north to Decorah on the east, Emmetsburg on the west, and Iowa falls on the south, the trucks of the Lyons laundry and dry cleaners and furriers are constantly servicing patrons. FINED $10, COSTS Elmer Hodge, transient, was fined $10 and costs Wednesday by Police Judge Morris Laird on "a charge of intoxication. Hodge was arrested at First street and Commercial alley southeast, at 9:45 o'clock Tuesday evening. Returns From Omaha. POPEJOY--Mrs. J. W. Swift who spent- a few months' visiting with relatives at Omaha, returned home Tuesday. Mrs. Swift resided at Omaha many years. CIRCUS OLYMPIA COMING JUNE 1 Legion to Sponsor 31 Act Show to Be Staged at Armory. Circus Olympia, under the management of Barry Bredon, will come to Mason City the week of June 1 with the American Legion as spon- seor. The show which is- a two hour entertainment featuring 31 acts will be presented nightly at the armory during the first week of June and a special matinee performance will be .staged Saturday, June 6, at which all underprivileged children will be guests. The Circus Olympia comes to Mason City from the west where it has played to audiences in Portland, Seattle, San Francisco, Oakland, San Diego, Los Angeles, El Paso, Tuscon, Lincoln and Topeka. It is a completely motorized unit requiring 25 cars and trucks. The Circus Olympia has established a record "for entertainment, not only in America, but in Europe as well as the performers who make up the troupe are well known. Oum, a-Efl-O-S-lfty S H E L V A D O R THE WORLD'S MOST BEAUTIFUL REFRIGERATOR, 10 OK at -s» 7 ; TbucH Kfiee Action Door Handle. ' . Breath-taking Beauty! Conveniences such as only Shelvadoi can offer! An array of new features! World-leading value! A model (or. every purse and purpose. Come in and look them over. Down SMALL MONTHLT PAYMENTS Liberal Allmranee fln Yonr Old Ice Box Quick Action l.ce.. Tray , Release 1 . , Marty.other new:fe'atur ''. - to please; everyone:MASON CITY Don MePeak, Prop. The Store Sears Moved Next To Dr. Hempstead's subject was "Infections of the Petrous Pyramid." His report was discussed by Dr. S. A. O'Brien of Mason City. Dr. C. E. Dakin, also of Mason City, spoke on the subject of "Surgical Shock." A business meeting followed the discussions of the evening. There is good In everything. There might be no crusades against wrong if nobody had indigestion.--Council Bluffs Nonpareil. OrrieC01ney,64, of Cedar Rapids Dies CEDAR RAPIDS, l/P)--Orrie C. 'Olney, 64, life long resident of Linn county and owner of the Cedar Rapids Candy company for nearly 40 years until its dissolution in 1933, died Tuesday night after a long illness. He had been active in Rotary club and community affairs. THIS *LA S W I N G POWtR-PACKtD If you go for something out-of-the-ordinary in a motor car, don't buy any car until you've seen the Chrysler De Luxe Eight. It tops them all for value in 1936. CHKVSUR Six. *760wS112!. ·*· Dn Urns EIGHT. J92! to J126!. ·* AIRFLOW EIGHT. S134S. if AIRFLOW IMPKRIAL. 81475. t Standard on Airflow Imperial. Available on all 1936 Chryilcre a( ulicht additional coir. "All prices list at factory, Detroit, Special equipment citra. ·* Ask lor Official Time Payment Plan. Chry«Ier'«on the Air!... BisStarPiogran... Every ThnridaySP-M, £««l- ernDaylightSaYingTi=ie...Cotoiilri« Network. You're invited to lHlen J. H. MARSTON 19-25 Third Street N. E. Phone 162 BANG THAT'S THE WAY OUR PAiNT SALE STARTED OFF! 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