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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - February 19, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                Mason City News on This Page AND MASON CITY DAILY TIMES TUESDAY FEB 19J COMliNG Feb pim Passes By at high school by drama department Womans club f Feb II Brayton to ad dress LionsChamber of Commerce luncheon at Hotel HanCord music contest at high school rural drama tourna ment at P G and E auditorium Feb ot Capistrana op eretta at high school auditorium City News In Brief Second Section ir OFFERS SCHOOL SITE FOR POSTOFFICE Brayton to Give Trends of Modern Business at LionsChamber Meeting To Speak at Joint at Hotel Hanford on Wed nesday Noon Talk Pratt S 1st bonds 100 And up Phone 8S1 SI 0 Loan Investment Co for 1st lltges Insured Bonds Gilt Edge Invs For coal phone Kehm at 560 Expert jewelry en Braving Ltvergoba Bros E A Dunn of Mason Cify was prin cipal speaker at the annual banquet cC the Waverly Community club at Wa Monday night Guaranteed watcn at LIvergood Bros FA Currie and J A Van Ness of theCtirrieVah Ness company left Monday evening in a business trip to Chicago where they expected to re main until the latter part ot tke week Set jour S100 earning 6 per tent A 1st Mortgage Bond ready ilaion City Loan Investment Co Willis G C Bagley and Carl A Barker left Monday night for Minne apolis where they will attend a board meeting of the Bancorporation the holding company of which the First National bank ot Mason City is a unit A car of Kentucky Lump Coal on track Ph 663 and 564 Miss Genevleve Smith was unable to be at her duties in the office of the agent duo to Illness M B A Dance K C Hall Wed Feb For membersand friends Music by Tunicas Colonials Word has been received by Mrs Eii abeth Hull 717 Elm drive that her daughter Mleji Hazel Hull normal training teacher at Tracy Minn suh fered a crushed cheek In a fall at her Ijome ThreeApt jPlay Is Under 1 s Hunter presenta onvif threeact play By will be given Tuesday evening at oclock before full JJOIIEB shown by the continued reservations of good seats remain ing the committee announces This play will presented by the drama department of the club and 1 is under the leadership of Mrs B B ITunter who has proved herself a capable director in former local pree Seats for the performance i Wednesday evening are also selling fast it was said Purity Oil Company Station Is Robbed R T Groth manager of the Purity company service station at 211 xth street southwest reported the of a peanut machine 10 onc fpound cans of grease ntid four radiat or repair kits Monday Entrance had fcenn gained by breaking a glass In the Mar door Officer C C Wallbaum has been detailed to Investigate the Itheft BOARD SUGGESTS SELLING CENTRAL GROUNDS TO U S Directors M a k e Available Plot for Federal Building Action taken by the school board at Its postponed monthly meeting Mon day afternoon makes available the situ directly west of the school administra tion building for tile new postotfice which the federal government recent ly voted for Mason city While the government has made no bid or indi cation of preferring this site the school hoard deemed it feasible to ot ter the piece ot ground Tor the nubile uuilding subject to the will of the vbtcrs in Muson city No price was set on tlic site at this time tho action taken by the board being simply a preliminary step to leel out the iioalorcico department on tile matter The board appointed J E 10 Jlarlclcy director and K b James secretary of the board to place the offer before tlie pOKtofCico depart ment for consideration Election Nwcssaty In case tho department is favorable to tbe proposition a price will bo set l1ot to Mason City for the Mason City business men are look ing to Arthur H Brayton editor oC the Merchants Trade Journal at Dea Moinees tomake some clarifying statements regarding the present busi ness situation and its trends when he sneaks at the joint Lions club and Chamber of Commerce luncheon nt tlie Hotel Hanford Wednesday noon Mr Brayton stated in a communiti cation to the Chamber of Commerce that his subject would be Trends iti Modern Business At a tlmo when Uiero appears to be definite upheavals in business operation with ho direc tion it is moving not always clear to the average citlxcn a talk such as is xnccted of Mr Brayton will have a double value it was staled by llioso in oharge ot the meeting Mr Brayton it wiia staled by those wlio have heard him is a and enthusiastic speaker and delivers his message in an Interesting manner He is regarded as one tho best AKJIHK I8KAYTON and the measure will be brot before the citizens of Muson City In election It is possible thit while the site of fered for the building may contain a sufficient number of square feet tiiu plans of tlie new postoffice building may not fit into the space Because of Its central location and offer of frontage on three streets the site would be ideal for a postoffice it was felt by the school board Other business coming before the board at this time was thematter ot fees for music instruction in the high school and Junior college Heretofore only thegrade schools have been charged for instruction on all instru ments and the board voted to make a flat rate of a month for all music students In all of the city schools There are now 270 students receiving instruction on the various instru ments except piano Recording to Frank T Vasey superintendent or schools Teachers Employed Permission was granted the local In ternal revenue department to move its office from the city building to a room in the basement of the school adminis tration building and Superintendent Vasey and Principal James Ilae were authorized to attend the national con vention of school superintendents and prleipals at Cleveland Ohio next week Miss Dorothy Tonno a graduate ot Drake university Des Moincs was given a contract to teach In the kin dergarten department of the Jackeoii school succeeding Mrs Leo Fiimegan who before her marriage was Miss Carrie Stllsqn Mrs B M Stincs wan employed as substitute teacher in the commercialdepartment of the high school following thorelease of Miss Ada Phillips whose full time contract EXACTLY SUITS ELDERLY PERSONS Teasing harassing coughs tickling In tho throat and exhaustingnervous hacking are irrmiedfatejy relieved by Foleys Honey and Tar Compound Hold tho dose low In the throat a t ahort time before swallowing Its nc curate blend of pure pine tar fresh 1 3axatlve honey together with other valuable medicinal ingredients is won derfully healing to coldinflnmed tis anes or throat and bronchials and eas away irritating phlegm Xo opiates no chloroform Try it Solil joint service club and Chamber of Commerce luncheons this season In order that provisions may be made for those who areto attend persons in charge of the arrangements areanxious to have reservations made by telephone to the Chamber of Com merce before 10 oclock Wednesday morning1 The luncheon will start at oclock John Shipley president of the Lions club will call the meeting to order and will preside during the opening numbers He will then turn over the gavel to E H Wagner who will make big first appearance before the Chamber of Commerce as its new president MINISTERS MAKE PLANS TO HOLD UNION SERVICES To Observe Lenten Period With Special Meetings of Churches RURAL CARRIERS RELAY MAIL TO INSURE SERVICE Nearly AH Patrons Served Despite Severe Winter Weather Despite a severe winter with sub zero temperatures and snowblocked highways jnait service on the six rural routes out of Mason City has been al most uninterrupted This has been iue to the untiring efforts of the car riers many of whom have traveled twice the distance of their routes in order to get mall to the patrons The longest stretch of blockaded roads is on route I north and west oC the city where 11 miles are impass ible It necessary for the car rior on tbts route to bring back part or the mail but most ot the patroni dong tlio 11 inikw of bloclccd road were served As far as possible mail fur thcso patrons wis left at school ILUIIPCS of in neighbors boNcg Mail is llcltvtMl Carriers Have found it to Mason Cityans to Take Part in Legion Meeting Post and Auxiliary Unit r and harses on a route j use both in one instance a route liad to be i completed ou foot In some suburban cers to Attend Con ferences Eight members of ClausenWorden post of the American Legion and tt luast live from the auxiliary unit will ottend tlie annual commanders find adjutants meeting and the auxiliary conference in DCS Moines Friday Feb Legionnaires who are making plans to attend include Hnnford MacNlder Commander H A OLoary Adjutant H C Shockey Ben Webster Ralph Lloyd Jones w Earl Hall and Dr T A Nettleton Senator E W Clark wlio la in Dos Moincs will also be at tho banquet Auxiliary to Scnil Officers The auxiliary delcyuliun will include Mrs Lnnna Duncan president Mvs Coorjja L Burmelslcr secretary Mrs H MacUonuM chairman of the Mate committee Mia Hheltlon treasurer and Mrs Albert Mass Iho pvimipLil speaker at ho Lotion hniitiucl will IxJaul V McNult IIH tirml commander uf Ibo egion wlio lso will adiircss the and un Katiirdity the vct PLAN CAMP FOR GIRL RESERVES Preparations Made to Take Girls to Clear Lake June 15 to 22 Tlie girls work committee met at llio Y W C A Monday afternoon IJlnns for a summer camp Cor Girl Re serves were discussed Tills committee voted to establish the camp and tho proposition has only to pass the gen eral board of the Y TV C A If adopt ed at that hoard the camp will be held at the Methodist League dormitory at Clear Lake Tune li to 22 Miss Theresa Holt ia directing the pro ject Reports were accepted from Miss Holt girls work secretary and Mar jarieGreen president of tliTrl club expired announced that she had re Superintendent Vascy nlayccl thejcojved a letter from Xciv telt Sinla Clauj role at Mondays tilat the Girl Reserve ring re ins presenting the members of the iinrements as outlined by the local tioard with solid walnut tying cases complete with liliner papers which will prove of great value in keeping the records fit the fingrertips of the mem bers Tre cases were mnrte In the man ual trainingdepartment of the high school under the of F 75 Hathaway A would be acceptable untfl September 1923 This means that the Trho have been working during tlie Inst year for Gfrl Reserve rings will have their points honored 8 ACRES FOR RENT Gnoil Iinllrilngfl Siiitalilc for melt farm or cliichcn rnncli Located in southeast part of Mason City Per Month CALL FRANCIS HECK Kresge Bide Phono 134 Chief of Police Frank Sanford and Officers jGet Letter of Thanks Chief oC PolictFrank SanfordIs In of a letter oC comniontlation 1rom thn Central Stutrs Theater eon oration Tvhleh the lalaQe thea ter in Ihis city la tlio chief Cjiptiiin Harolil XVoiro Detective Uisneher nntl OTCIcei1 Hay Onlmnn lauded their part in npprohendtnp John D rjondolt tho thief who robbed tho local llicaler safe of 51500 in casli Feb 4 The letter is sisnefl by II Jr Weln berg manager of the company who expresses bis own personal apprecia tion of the JocnJ police officers suc cessful efforts as well ns tho apprecia tion of the entire corporation Tho co operation nnii tJiornness with which Chief Snnford and his officers hnmlted Hie situation were special objects of prnise on Ihe part uf the theater corp oration mnnngcr The rlny foliowincr thn Chief Sanford and hia officers exacted a con fession from CJoodcll the Palace thea ter organist Plans for the observance ot Lent were madeat the February meeting ot the Mason City Ministerial associa tion at the Y M C A Monday after noon A three and a half hour service will be held on Good Friday starting at 12 oclock noon It was decided A halt hour will be devoted to each ot tho seven lust words of Christ with various ministers In charge A com mittee mado up of the Rev P W Pfaltzgrarr Dr J r Hoeye nnd the licv B T Urholm was appointed by iresident Jewel L PIckett to have chargts of tho arrangements This service will supplant tlic usual union communion service on Good Friday A committee made up of the Rev A C Stowe the Nov George Iv Uaviea and Dr W L Dibble was selected to nmko arrangements for a union communion service the time and placoof which was not deter mined by tho association The ministers decided to hold a 40 minute devotional period cacti Monday morningbetween now and Faster Those in charge of these 1Ivo meet ings arc Feb 5 the Rev William Galbreth Plymouth March 4 the Ucv Mi Pfallzgraff March 11 the Uev Oliver L N Wlgdnlil Feb IS Ihe Tiev 1 T Tumbleson Clear Lake and Feb tin Ucv Mr llnvies The association approved tlic plac ing of church signs as offered by the II B Farrer system the churches purchiiting ihe signs and Mr Farrer supplying ihe signboards free where tho street is Impassi able for cither car or sleigh the cat1 Her has trudged on foot to mail to die patront There are a total of 1SS miles oC rural routes out oC Mason City willi un nvevage of a little more than miles a route The longest route Ia I miles and it has been necessary j for tile carrier on this route to drive twice that distance in order togive his i patrons service i To add to the diCfculty trains fre i lucntly are from one to three hours late Tho trains were tliree hours late Tuesday morning j at dolyn Wiggiii MacDowell naUonal sccrelary of the auxiliary To Discuss Work Tha Legion conference will open nt p m Speakers will ail committee and department work of the Legion Mrs O H Allbee of Marshalltown state president of the auxiliary ana Mrs M Myrton Skelley ot DM Molnes elate secretary will speak George Prlchard of Onawa state commander will preside as toaat nmster at the banquet at p m Speakers Include Gov John Hammlll Charles Arderj grand correspondent of the Forty and Bight C B Bobbins assistant secretary ot war Adjutant Barton and Commander McNutt Tlie Legion auxiliary conference will open at Hotel Savory at 0 a m National officers of tlio Legion will appear on the program together with chairmen of various auxiliary activ ities Mrs Ficklen anil Jlrs Mac Dowell will be speakers at tho eve ning Iwnquct and toasts will bo given by each district commlttecwoman Mr Hoover may banish poverty but tlio hard part oC the job will be catch ins it at home Usually its out In the Times FARM WOMEN TO PREPARE BOOTHS Achievement Day to Be Held at Chamber of Commerce on Thursday farm Bureau womenof Cerro Qor do county aro making pre parations for tho annual achievement day to ho held at the chamber of Commerce rooms Thursday starting at oclock when eachtownship will have a booth showing tlie work of the past year Miss NealeKnowles head of the home economics extension service at Iowa State college at Ames will be lit the meeting for the purpose of ecor ingthe booths Mies Esther Pennci head oC the home economics depart ment of tho Meredith publication will give a talk and demonstrate kitchen eauipment Tho beat ot the materials exhibited at thlB meeting will be selected by thn women for the North Iowa Fair neit summer Those flyers who quit a test flight iecauss they quarreled oredl for giving Us the example of high gcrs Rovlew first Illuminating W F Ingraham Jr Is Promoted at Omaha Nebr has been received here ot the promotion oC William F ham Jr to tlie position of assistant to the vice president of tlio Fairmont Creamery with headquarters at Omaha 3tr Ingraham is the sou of W F Ingrahamsuperintendent of the I nnd D division of the Milwau kee railroad with hcailciuarters here The younger Mr Inxiahain has been Hiiperinleiiuent of the branch of tin Fairmont Creamery company at SiouxCity until his promotion A clip pitiffrom tho City Joiirnn stiiles that lie was president of tho Sioux City traffic cluh ind vice presi dent of the Junior Chamber of Com merce Friday afternoon the national corn will uiUlresn auxiliary prcsiI detits and wccietaitcs at their conferI Hllce at JIotil Savory lie will j dress a joint session of tlie senate and j I house at a in j I Commander McNutt but 37 is dean I of tlie law school at Indiana unlver1 He was a lieutenant colonel in tiie army at the age of 27 To Address Conference The national president of Un Legion auxiliary Mrs Boyco Ficklen Jr will address tlioLegion conference at lloUl Fort DCS Moines in theafter noon and the auxiliary buinsitct at Hotel Savory in the evening Two other national officers who both began their Lesion and auxiliary i work In will appear on the pro grams They are James F Harton Gossip is the mttlc of an empty mind Find busy person and yon will not hear any EMPLOYMENT FOR 500 MEN AT ONCE Mitchell So M Willy of this city is Jn need of men to help market his new and amazing In vention which makes glare from ing automobiles impossible This de vice fits iintl matches all cars It can bo Installed in a minute It is Inex pensive H is on lively different from anything else previously used for thte The inventor js ready to place this reniiifknhlc discovery on the mar ket nnd has an introductory free sample offer to miil you Write Mr Willy today CliarlOH Ilickey Avroto for thfc free sample offer Since then Mr Hickoy 1ms made profit and earned In prices TO set this JlbenfJ of for simply write your iirime and adflress enclose this ad m an envefope apd address it to W M Willy JW BUg Mitchell S Several carriers use both car and horses to cover their routes using the car on paveemnt where the sleighs cannot be used and driving horses over the roul that cannot be tra versed by car This requires about I lliUioniU adjutant three times as much time as tho car riers are forced to drive out of their way considerably At tjjc present time the roKoivinp conditions iro reported for the six routes out of Mason City Route 3 west aril north all iiatroiK j servcd requiring three extra miles for tlie carrier to travel j 77outc north am east all but three and a half mies traversilde all patrons are served Route H south and elsf all patrons served Carrier uses hoth harsw ami i car covering several miles moro than tho route mileage Snowdrifts as deep as 12 feet In the highways I Route 1 north and west 11 miles impasKaWo Move than HO icr cent of I patrons pervert Route south and west all patrons served htit carrier travels nearly twice the usual distance TlolUo G south all patrons served bnt one milo or impassnhlo rnadp ro additional miles ot Jravclinfr Ask with a Scney Diamond priced and up where you do the best Tis easy now to IioUl a fire Throiighout the night when folks retire Your troubles nnd worry nre over now Just Phone SSS and well tell you how FIRESIDE FUEL C M GuiKlcrson FrnnU L Ryan CO DALY EPIGRAMS Love that feeds on leauty nlnnc fa likely to life of starvation VOD2LYCo HEATING 1 Just to think about niill Street must give tho Monte Carlo Chamber of Commerce the Ynrfs Ilernli Trlhnne Dr W O Mauch DENTIST nidi Phone 872 BOXING Arnnirv Masnn Jily Friday Kuli n in 32 ROUNDS 32 Auspices ICKiou Kriini STOPS COUfiJIS QtiCKIA Now as during the past SO years Foleys Honey Tar Compound stops coughs quickly lieaia Inflamed tissues clears the throat of IrrilatfnK jnucus and phlegm stops nervous hacking and troublesome nlsht j coughs Always dependable and cffl dent Children like croup Mothers enilorse opiates All users recommend your dniR pist Tlest for children and prown persons Try it Sold everywhere Wednesday Special AH for 49 1 chocolate moclia calic 4a ilnien iiiRar rolls a dozen butter cooliics i rlnzcu nu rolls i loaf of Dread your choice of any 1 pounrl loaf ALL FOJI WEDNESDAY FKIIRUAHY SOtli Drewelows Bake Shop 787 Ncirlli Iertcrat Arriving nctr fabrics in what ivltl be tho prominent colors dur ing tho Doming sea son Tans I r o w u s bluish nrown deep reddish brown r e y brown hluish greys Ifghfc grey a elect your UnsRow dc and nadc for you ilone suit now Fabrics priced upward from XVhcro and trioo Soils NEW FORD COUPE We use genuine Ford parts IN OUR service work we use only genuine Ford parts These are iden tical with those from which your car was as sembled at the Ford fac tory Our mechanics have been specially trained to service every part of your car All labor is charged at a low flat rate and we guaran tee satisfaction Leissring Motor Co Pcnn Ave and 1st nr S K UNLOADING FROM CAR Eastern Kentucky Small Lump D WOLF COAL CO SPECIAL RAVENS CREEK an excellent grade of EASTERN KENTUCKY COAL per ton Special Price While on Track Only Delivered Phone 1148 KIND TO YOUR CLOTHES Phone 776 thats Conlin Cleaners number call it have Conlins get your Suit and when its returned youll be surprised at its beauty Conlins cleaning process removes all the soil and dirt in the trouser cuffs in every pocket around the collar on the sleeves every inch of fabric is thoroughly cleaned And your suit is modernly pressed giving it the orig inal styleand handsomeness 15 First Street S E EEBEAUTIFYING SERVICE WE EXTEND a most cordial invitation to women to come here for Cigars Cigarettes Tobacco and Pipes and naturally Whitmans Chocolates and Confections Youwill en joy the helpfulness of om1 service in making your se lection CIOAR STORES in the HOTEL HANFORD Mason City Iowa   

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