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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 13, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                JULY 13 J 1929 MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE SEVEN A TOWN Can Be No Greater 5 Its Integral Parts i Mason City to Be Great Must Have Good Unselfish Citizens BE ONE L Commercial Printing of All Kinds Republican Printing Co I tO C4 119 East State St Phone 272 JUNE BUILDING TOTALED IN MASON CITY Dwelling Permits for Month Totaled 12 18 Permits for Garages Permits numbering 12 for the construction of frame dweHings in volved expenditures of more than during June according to figures submitted to P F Hopkins city manager by E H Crofoot building commissioner New garages under construction luring the month totaled 18 with a total cost of 54220 One shop build Ing of hollow tile was built at a cost of Permits issued for the month equaled 34 with 128 per mits having been issued during the previous five months Repair per mits for the month totaled IS i v Permits for the construction of residences were issued to the follow ing F J McDonald 545 Fifth JN street southeast 55600 Home Thrifty housewives like lo shop at the Liberty Grocerv I Building and investment company f T10 street northeast Ihey know they get quality and service here auiuniiiuJiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiimimimiuiHim i LIVE IN ftnimummiimiimiiimiMiimiimuiiimimimuiiuu 1 A WEEKLY Page Devoted to f Community Interests That 1 i Make for a Bigger and Better E Coal and Furnaces AH Makes of Furnaces Repaired KELROY FUEL FURNACE CO Phone 441 147 4th St S It Pays to Modernize Your Plumbing and Heating HUGHES PLUMBING AND HEATING Hare Da Uu Vour Repair Work Our is Huanmteed PHONE 487 403 SO MADISON AVE MEET First Mason City Winner of Honorary Certificate for Volunteer Work of Instruction in First Aid and Lifesaving First aid and lifesaying have bein more than a hobby with Thomas L Connor for the past four years Four years ago he attended his first Red Cross life saving institute at Clear Lake and a year later was made an instructor Now he is one of eight persons in Iowa to receive an honorary certlricate for volun teer work in instruction The certificate which is awarded to a certain number of outstanding instructors each year is an honor given only to senior lifesavers or holders of senior certificates in first aid who have completed a minimum of 300 hours service in three yesrs First to Get Award Mr Connor the first Mason City man to receive the award has spent 500 hours giving personal instruc tion to classes and has supervised ing F J McDonald 545 Fifth instruction given to employes of the having their own teach ers He has had more than 200 pu pils in the three years and lisa taught five classes each member 6f which has received a minimum Home Building and Investment 744 Birch Drive H P Hanson 821 North Madison 15 hours instruction Besides this i4 PHONE 338 A X X I avenue Karl Waggoner j work he has given lectures and Quality and Service Guaranteed 407 NO FEDERAL j 3054 Second street northwest demonstrations to church Y M C 000 James Farrer 221 Fourteenth j A and Y W C A groups to street southeast W K tubs Farm Bureaus and to Parent Allister Twelfth street northwest Teacher associations and Harrison avenue 55000 R Ll The certificate which was pp Jsckson 303 South Van Buren avej Dented to Mr Connor was signed by nue 53600 O 3 Aldrich 538 Third President rfoover who is honorary street northeast G A Bogi President of the American Red Cross Judge John Barton Payne THOMAS L CONNOR REPAIRS OP ALL KINDS ra Instruments Pliornisraphi Sewing Machines Electrical hnld Appliances anrt nearly everything that Is nut of nrdfr 1 Maynards Repair Shop FRANK Tailoring Imported and Domestic to fit Phone 409 304 S Federal Loans Insurance C E Brooks Co E09H 1 Bank it Nall Bldg Phone 280 YOU CAN ALMOST TELL A MAN WHO HAD HIS SHOES RE NEWED HERE YOTJ LOOK AT HIS SHOES AND THEY LOOK LIKE NEW Goodyear Shoe Repair lOflQ Phone 1328 27 1st S E You Can Whip Our Cream But You Cant Beat Our Milk HARTMANS DAIRY Phone 950 gie 715 North Carolina avenue Garage Permits Issued Garage permits were issued to the following Home Building and In vestment company 710 Ninth street northeast Home Building and Investment company 744 Birch drive H P Hanson 821 North Madison avenue Carl Waggoner 1054 Second street northwest George P Marius 10 North Madison avenue J J Marti 212 South Kentucky ave nue H Neilings 210 Seventh street southeast Reinhart Fisher 102 Fourteenth street northeast Rudolph Studer 526 Sixth street southeast Fred Huggins 222 Twentyfourth street southwest McNary and Son 1008 North Tyler avenue Fred Duffield 507 East State street Tom Large 214 North Haoap shire avenue A R West 422 Sixth street southeast R Randall 912 South President avenue Permitted to Erect Shop The state highway commission was given a permit to build an addi tion to its property at the fair ground and Zack Brothers Electri cal company was granted the right to erect a shop building at 306 Sec ond street southwest at a cost of Permits issued for the month of July are to the following Mrs M Debbans garage at 1020 North Pennsylvania avenue H L Brown 654 Eighth street northeast residence coating John Noz jcka tile bungalow residence on Fifteenth street southeast at a cost of and Charles W Seidel 210 Twentyfifth street southwest resi dence at a cost of chief executive Miss Mabel Boird man national secretary and the head of the first aid and lifesaving llepartment All are volunteei workers just as only volunteers up on whom the Red Cross was estub ished and is based are eligible to the award which Mr Connor hat received Born on Farm Mr Connor was born on a fnrm NEW AUTOMOBILES REGISTERED HERE DURING PAST WEEK TOIIEYRIFS F OSTER DRUG STORE 101 SOUTH FEDERAL S PHONE 97 STATIONS Clear Lake Dougherty Burchinal Hurley Rock Falls Cartersville Mason City FYBEOHOP GASOLINE j Farmers CoOperative Gas Oil Co 215 6th ST S W THE GENERAL TIRE Dice Clear Lakc sedan V McCulloch 541 South Pennsylvania avenue GrahamPaige sedan F McClelland Rck well Butck sedan Seney 622 Washington avenue Studebaker Commander A F Krlz 625 M E A building Overland Whippet Bell Tel ephone company Forcf Tudor E Smith Ventura Chevrolet coach R Smith Von tura Chevrolet coupe Turabull Mason City Overland Whippet I Doeschtr Clear Lake Chevrolet coupe T Mills Clear Lake Naah coach E Nyquist 319 South Maryland avenue Nash coach E NyquiEl 319 South Maryland avenus Nash coach Mitchell No 3 Mason City Chevrolet road Inman Rockwell Chevrolet coupe Coonrod Rork Falls Ford Tudor F Johnson Ply mouth Ford Tudor H Hansen Rockwell near Storm Lake He attended high school In Alta and was grad uated in 1911 From there he went to the University of Iowa where he was graduated with a degree in electrical engineering four yeire later From June 1915 to August 1017 he was employed by the Iowa City Light and Power company Thtu he came to Mason City to act as an sistant to the superintendent of the1 Peoples Gas and Electric company A year later he was made superin tendent of the gas department the position which he now holds Mr Connor was married to Mss Mary Helen Beecher Sept 12 1916 at Iowa City They have three children Mary Agnes 11 Paul 7 and Patricia 3 RECORDS SHOW SERIOUS GRIME LESS IN CITY Total Arrests for Month Was 204 Fines More Than Altho the number of arrests made by the police department during the month of June exactly equals the figure for May serious crime is shown to have decreased in the city according to the monthly re port submitted to P F Hopkins city manager by Chief of Police Frank Sanford The total number of arrests was set at 204 for each month while crimes for gain and other felonies dropped from 7 in May to 4 in June Traffic law violations n j creased slightly having a total of 100 in May and 104 in June Fines and forfeitures in police court for June totaled a decrease from registered In May Other reports for the month indicate that of worth of property reported stolen worth was recovered During the preceding month worth of property was reported stolen of which worth was recovered Arrest Number Is Same The record for the arrests of the two months follows For The Best Lunch You Ever A Maid Rite Hamburg MAIDRITE HAMBURG CO Ill WEST STATE MASON CITY MEAT CO KENT HAYDEN Proprietors Phone 129 We Deliver 212 N Fed Ave Fostered by Outdoor Department of Womans Club KECREATTON FROM GARDEN 99 DRY9 SCOTCH TYPE GINGER ALE Mason City Bottling Co DISTRIBUTORS PERMANENT Something entirely pull no pain A permanent for every texture of hair MYERS BEAUTY SALON Phone 919 7 So Lord Bacon chancellor of Queeu Elizabeth wrote God Almighty first planted a garden and indeed it is the purest of human pleasures It is the greatest refreshment to the spirits of man without which build ings and palaces are but gross han diworks Who has not felt after a little time spent in a garden this refresh ment of spirit this renewal of trtxn quillty and courage Gardens should be increased everywhere they are as necessary to the hum blest home as to a mansion as great refreshment of spirit can be found in working over a little plot of poppies and pansies and sweet peas as in gardening in a land scaped acre We hear much nowadays of the speed and pressure of life and with each added modern improvemcnl and labor saving device we seem to find less time to live our lives as we should like to Jive them Only in the garden can we find relief from the growing activity and fever of mod ern life Fragrance In the Garden When we plan our gardens let us plan for the blending of fragrance as well as color We all know uow at a whiff of some long forgotien fragrance the years will seem to he wiped out and we are back at somo lost hour perhaps of childhood The Wending of perfumes so that CT tain sensations can be awakened is a very subtle art and an interesting one for the amateur to practice Goes A Long Ways to Make Friends MULLIGAN SONS ri Ford town sedan ATOOin T Phone US St J Hansen R F D No 4 Mason City Pontiac coupe E Woodward R F D 6 Mason City Dodge seJau W E 232 Fifth street northwest Oakland Re dan Prlca 628 Ninth street northwest Ford aport coupe Hagen Dougherty Overland Whippet couce N Kltsert Clear LakeBuick coupj A BOftDER PUMTING Of GUOIOLI And as we plan for color and fra grance let us also plan to bring fo and motion into the garden to grow some things that will especially at tract the butterflies and birds Oladiolas salvia beebalm and such deep throated flowers will bring the humming birds those dazzling iiy namic bits of color ana energy Goldfinches like catnip If you have a cat put a bell on her ana the seeds of bachelor buttons and columbine To see Mr Goldfinch in his bright yellow and black summer suit accompanied by his slightly less brilliantly clothed wife feeding in a patch of blue bachelor buttom and pouring out little trilling soiga between bites is a sight and sound to gladden even a bright summer morning A great many birds like the seeds of sunflowers so if we can let a lew go to seed in some corner of the garden we will be furnishing a quick free lunch stand for the birJs until long after frost An Aid to aiemory A garden note book kept frrn year to year is a great aid in plan ning the garden One that has been found very useful Is kept in the form of a diary In which entries are made every week or two listingthe flowers that are in bloom at that period and keeping notes of any es pecially happy plantings that have been observed and also any parti cularly unhappy ones A garden note hook haa recently been adopted by one local gardener of several years experience who planted lav ender iris red Oriental poppies and orange elegans lily near each other expecting them to bloom in succes sion only to have them all in flow er together the popples being in their prime and the iris not quite gone when the lilies came on KegTil Lilies The regal lily ts now swinging un lovely chalices in many gardens in Mason City The name Regal doesnt neem to he as fitting as might be for while she ie indeed queenly In her beauty yet there is nothing of pampered royalty in her demands She will grow under al most any garden conditions and there seems surely to be something of the common people in her adap tibility end willingness to make the best of things as she finds them All she asks is well drained soil and plenty of sun and air The stalk of the Regal lily seems rather thin and fragile and until the miracle hap pens one can hardly believe that it could support many white trumpets of bloom trumpets flushed on Uie outside with pink and inside soad ingto yellow in the throat of the bloom E H Wilson surely brot the world a wonderful gift when he came out of China some 20 years ago with the first precious Rcga1 lily bulbs which he had found growing wild In certain bleak val leys in Thibot and brot out of the mountains and across the desert at the cost of what would have bcpn tn many of us unendurable hard ships Hollyhock Season This seems to be an especially good year for hollyhocks Here Is another flower which requires no pampering and will grow under nl most any conditions Stately spires of hollyhocks with their wealth of color and decorative habit of growth are now adding much beputy to the jardens of town anl country alike Crimes for gain Other felonies Misdemeanors law violations intoxication Traffic law violations Investigation For other departments Total arrests Patrol cars covered 13988 miles during June and 14484 miles during May 22 Identification Made Fingerprint records taken num bered 85 of which state national or local bureaus made 22 identifica tions The number taken in May was 85 of which 57 identifications were made There were 35 persons j photographed each month Doors and windows found open numbered 128 compared 151 for May There were 40 street light outages reported during the month There were 17 dogs killed and 2 returned to their owners May Juna 6 2 1 2 IS 11 5 6 62 55 100 104 12 23 0 REPAIRING AND MACHINE SHOP Starting Lishtins Ignition Work Jackson Battery and Electric Service Phone 1036 OPEN SONDATS 637 So Jackson MASON CITY CUT STONE CO Bedford Stone a Specialty Fifth and Monroe N W Phone 2S04 GIVES RULES FOR SUMMER HEALTH Local Director Advises Against Fattening Foodf Taking comfort in hot weather 1s a difficult thing for some persons to do but their chances of wellbeing during tho summer months will be greatly increased if they follow some of the rules Issued by Iha state department of health accord ing to Dr C E Dakin city health director The rules follow 1 Wear less and lighter clothing This applies especially to men 2 Encourage circulation of air If there is no natural breeze the electric fan will help This applies especially to working and sleeping quarters 3 The cool night or early morn ing air may be largely retained in houses by closing the windows and darkening the room with the win dow shades early in the forenoon before it gets warm 4 Drink plenty of water Drink whenever you are thirsty but pref erably not more than two glasses at meal Hme 5 Eat less of the fattening such as cream butter fat meat su gar cakea and other pastries This applies especially to those who are overweight This is a good time to reduce 6 Those who are full of pep should slacken their pace a little This advice may be ignored by a great many 7 Make the necessary ad justment Dont grumble because ft is hot Accept the situation cheerfully and make the best of it Mason City Residents Urged to Attend Big Celebration at Algona The committee in charge of the expedition of Mason City business men to Algona Tuesday expressed the wish Saturday that as many Mason City residents as possible attend the celebration of the towns seventyfifth anniversary on that day Those planning to attend the observance may obtain an automo bile sticker with the inscription Mason City Congratulates Al gona These can be obtained at BoydB smoko shop and MEATS Phone 338 622 North Monroe NOW IS THE TIME TO PLACE YOUR ORDER FOR FUTURE DELIVERY ON COAL JULY AND AUGPST DELIVERY SEE KEHM COAL FEED COMPANY PHONE S66 17 WEST STATE DAYTON GRANITE WORKS Inc Monuments and Memorials 19212325 Third Street N E Phone 392 C G Dayton Pres There Wasnt Any Water When Noah Built the Ark BUT WE WILL NOT GUARANTEE THERE WILL BE NO COLD WEATHER FILL YOUR BIN NOW WITH HIGH TESTING COAL AND SAVE MONEY Consolidated Coal Coke Co PHONE 11T6 11115 7th ST S E IT CLUB TAKES NEW MEMBER Mias Estele Mark 23 South Mon roe entertained IT club Friday evening A new member iMas Grace Helghtland was takon In Cards were the entertainment of the ovr Misn Katherine Neuman of Cedar Riplds was an out nf nwn gucsl p A C K 1 N t 0 R A G E Transfer and Storage Co Phone   

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