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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - November 29, 1932, Mason City, Iowa                                FOUK Mason Citys Calendar Nov wide Dollar Day in Mason City Dec in rural school dra ma contest at High school audi torium Iec Musicals Christ mas vespers at Church of Christ at 4 oclock Dec meeting of Cerro Gordo county Farm Bureau at Y M C A City MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE NOVEMBER 29 T INUVJSMBJSK 2 1933 STORKROOT DEC 19 ROOT RESIGNS AS Insist Upon DECKERS Mrs H J Steinberg 920 Wash ington avenue northwest who has spent the past month visiting her sister Mrs W J Sewall at Car thage Mo has returned Tiome Roast turkey dinner Wed Sac at the Olympia formerly the Crystal Cafe Constance Joy 5 year old daugh ter of Mrs Naomi DeWilde 209 Sixth Place southeast who has been ill three weeks with a severe cod and complications is reported to be improving Presbyterian rummage sale Wed Nov 30 108 N Federal The regular meeting of tho Amer ican Legion will be held at 8 oclock Thursday evening at the armory An executive committee meeting will be held at oclock Movies will be shown at the meeting of the Legion and the regular award will be given Wednesday Dollar Day Goose Dinner 35c Soda Grill Mason City Mrs B E Sanders of Sexton Iowa spent the weekend with her sister Mrs H I Hawley 209 Sixth Place southeast The Palais Beauty Shop will open Thursday Dec 1 Second floor Pal ais Royal Building Mildren Clayton Operators Mabel Kru kow and Evelyn OConnor Phone 3490 Chester mark returned to Water loo Monday after spending a few days with his parents Mr and Mrs Harry Mark 123 South Jackson A shoerepairing department has been opened at the LehmanStock harness shop 16 South Delaware avenue where all types of leather goods will be repaired Wednesday Only Dollar Day Your Choice any Hat in stock 1 Mullaney Shop 11 1st S E Ignited by a grass tire which swept across an open pjece of ground east of Kentucky avenue and south of Twelfth street north east two stacks of slough hay were destroyed by fire Monday eve ning The fire department was called If you want to see the kind of toys that Old Santa likes to put in his pack visit the toy departments in Mason City stores on Dollar Day Wednesday Birth certificates have been filed in the office of the clerk of courts for Elaine daughter of Mr and Mrs Henry Mickelson R F D No 2 born Nov 16 Jerrold Ray of Mr and Mrs Raymond An 414 Twentyfirst street southeast bom Nov 6 and Beverly Ann daughter of Mr and Mrs iGeorge E Albee 186 Crescent drive born Nov 16 Clearance of odd lot of Junior and Bridge Lamps rgalns Peoples Gas Genuine bar and Electric Jack O Arnold 609 Adams ave nue northwest who has been ill at his home Is slightly improved Palais Royal Beauty Shop Opens Thursday V The Palais Beauty shop will open on the second floor of the Palais Royal building with Miss Mildred Clayton as manager and Miss Mabel Krukow and Mrs Eve lyn OConnor as other operators Matzen High Scorer in Judging of Beef Cattle Edwin Matzen Mason City stu dent at Iowa State college was high scorerin beef cattle at the in tercollegiate livestock judging con testa at the International Livestock exposition in Chicago J S Van Wert of Hampton was among mem of the Iowa team which ranked fifth BOARD CHAIRMAN GIBSON ELECTED Each Contesting Party to Name Judge to Act With Officer Recount of ballots cast for super visor In the second district of Cerr Gordo county will start Mondaj Dec 19 at 9 oclock in the mori ing the board decided at a meetin Monday afternoon This action was in response to th petition contesting the election of F G Root republican by E L Stork democratic nominee for supervise in that district Mr Root resigned as chairman o the board and W D Gibson Rock well was elected in his place t serve until the organization of th new board Jan 2 1933 To Name Judges The resignation of Sir Root from tho chairmanship was deemed ad visable for the reason that in a county contest the board chairman acts as one of the recount judges Each of the contesting parties names one judge makinga total o three to recanvass the votes Mr Root has engaged W P But ler of the law firm of Marty and Butler and chairman of the county republican central committee to rep resent him at the recount Mr Stork is represented by B R Dunn The recount is expected to take two or three days as ballots wil be scrutinized carefully by both con testing parties There are 3090 votes to be counted the officia canvass giving1550 to Mr Root and 1540 to Mr Stork Is Third Recount This is the third supervisor vote recount in Cerro Gordo county the last 15 years Aaron Grimm former supervisor from the same district was in one contest and Mr Gibson present supervisor from the third district in another Both of these were in the primary election as was also the last election contest In the county that of the county recorder in 1926 betwen Mildred Prescott and Nelle Huntley The board at Mondays meeting set Dec 30 at oclock as the date of hearing on the assessment on drainage district No 96 on the question of taking up outstanding warrants District No 96 which was established in 1928 was never con structed The plan now is to aban FREE STREETCAR SERVICE don the project and the proposed assessment is to cover expenses al ready incurred The proposed dis trict is southeast of Clear Lake in Mount Vernon and Lake townships and is made up of about six sec tions Assessment Ixsvled The board also levied an assess ment in drainage district No 27 which lies south of No 96 to cover costs of repairs and Issued improve ment certificates against drainage district No 50 for The supervisors voted to accept the graveling contracts completed by Beu and Sons in Cerro Gordo county the past season At The Hospitals Women Use i Most Powerful Antiseptic Every wise woman practices Fcm jinine Hygiene which gives excellent health as well as youthful beauty and exquisite daintiness The fem inine world is absolutely enchanted 1 with Kojene that moat powerful nonpoisonous than Carbolic Acid yet it will not injure the most delicate membrane Buy a 6 ounce bottle 60c at Hux table Drug Co or any drug store know that you are using a safe sure and scientific antiseptic which never fails COAL Dont Play Second Fiddle to Your BLUE MOUNTAIN COAL at Ton and be assured of perfect heat at all times WAGNER COAL CO PHONE 986 Mrs Robert Dressier Britt was admitted to Park hospital Monday for a major operation Vern Lund 321 First street north west was admitted to Mercy hospi tal Monday for treatment Mrs Howard Johnson 819 Con necticut avenue northeast was ad mitted to Mercy hospital Mondav for a major operation Peter Hoken Mason City was admitted to Mercy hospital Monday for treatment George Haynes son of C H Haynes 715 North Federal avenue was dismissed from Story hospital Monday following treatment Oscar Branatad Forest City was admitted to Park hospital Monday for treatment Peter Petenakis 1638 Delaware avenue northeast was dismissed from Park hospital Monday follow ing treatment Agnes Mann Swaledale was ad mitted to Mercy hospital Monday for a major operation Betty Bogardus 28 Fourth street northwest was admitted to Mercy hospital Tuesday for a minor oper ation W W Broers route 5 was ad mitted to Mercy hospital Tuesday for a major operation Funeral for Mrs Withey Will Be at Los Angeles wf for Mrs Mary E Withey former Mason City resi dent will be held Wednesday in Los Angeles Cal Burial will be in the Inglewood mausoleum beside her husband Mrs Withey had resided in LOS Angeles 15 years She died Saturday night If you are goingr to need a pair of overshoes this winter price them in Mason City on Dollar Day Wednes day Thru the courtesy of the Mason City and Clear Lake rail road Mason City streetcars will take passengers to the business district free of charge on dollar day Wed nesday from 9 a m to 11 a m Department stores and furniture stores will observe Saturday night closing hours and other stores may also re1 main open according to Retail Merchants association JUNIOR CHAMBER AT DENISON CLUB Young Businessmen Atten Informal Meeting Use Club Rooms The Junior Chamber of Commerc held an informal dinner meeting a the Denison club Monday night a its regular bimonthly session Th meeting was addressed by Will B Hall president of the Denison clul and entertainment was furnished b six members of the high schoc wrestling team coached by Howar Barker a member of the cbambe Before the dinner the member of the group entertained them selves in the club rooms on the hi Hard and pool tables and bowlin alleys The wrestlers who took par in the program were AI S toe eke and Harold Lake heavyweights Harold Greer and William Siskt 150 pounds and Morris Zebker an Red Martin 130 pounds Plans were made for the electio of officers for 1933 and a nomina ting committee to present a slate o nominees at the next meeting wa named Members of the committe are Fay ONeil Charles B Corn well Cecil Frisk Murray Goodma and William C Tracy Fraud Charge Filed Against Former Clerk for State Treasurer DES MOINES Nov 29 51en A Wilson former clerk in the tate treasurers office today facec a charge of conspiracy to defraut he state In the information filed in muni ipal court at the direction of State reasurer Ray Johnson Wiison is tlleged to have conspired with At orney Theodore Wall of Des cloines to obtain by cashing a false gasoline tax refund claim According to Johnson Wilson ad mitted receiving for honor ng the 3200 refund claim alleged y presented by Wall as a rcpresen ative of a construction company Wall Johnson quoted Wilson as aying received 52000 Wilson re urned the 51200 after signing a onfession Johnson said and was is charged Wall is free under bond on charge of bribing a state official o which he pleaded not guilty He vaived to the grand jury Wall is xpected to be arraigned today on a conspiracy charge Waterloo Woman Dies in Stove Explosion WATERLOO Nov 29 Mary Miller 70 was burned fatally vhen a kerosene stove exploded In he kitchen of her home Her son 2arl 47 was burned severely aboui ho arms and wrists while attempt ng to rescue her William R Roberts of Little Cedar Succumbs OSAGS Nov R loberts of Little Cedar died yes erday morning Mr Roberts was a irother of Attorney A E Roberts f Osage Opens Barber Shop HUTCHINS Nov lias started a barber shop n Hutchina and is going to do luslness on Wednesdays and Sat urdays Rhodes Mayor Dies DES MOINES Nov 29 T nion motion picture operators icketed a small theater here alleg ng that four union operators were ischarged and replaced by six non nion nonresident men Rhoadea Mayor Dies RHODES Nov 29 G uck mayor of Rhodes died of a eart attack Fire Destroys Store ASTOR Nov 28 Mon ay destroyed the C A Olson gen ral store here with an estimated 3ss of 525000 Tho fire department was called to ic Highway Oil company station at 53 North Federal avenue Tuesday lorning to prevent any emergency rom arising when a vent pipe be ame clogged and some gas over owed PRICE Cuticura Gives a clean cool shave making daily a comfort It is economical a ill amount making a good lather soothes the skin doing away withthencceBsityofusinglotions Molden Mass DECKER WORKERS TO HOLD PARTY Program Will Be Feature of Events Wednesday Night in Y M C A The second annual party for Ja cob E Decker and sons employes and their families will be held Wednesday night in the Y M C A A feature of the party will be the program presented entirely by tal ent from the Decker packing plant Preparations for the program have been going on for some time The program will include dances and songs comedy skits and vaude ville acts All of the facilities of the Y M C A will be given over to the use of the Decker employes These in clude the pool and ping pong rooms the miniature golf course banquet room gymnasium and the swimming pool Employes and members of their families who plan to go swimming should bring their bathing suits Members of the entertainment committee are Karl Johannsen Mrs Mildred Goerner Floyd Fraser E J McCann and W C Wedemeier Those on the reception committee are Wesley Kolda Dudley Decker George Senn and Miler Members of the refreshment com mittee are Edmund Dunlop c J Kaufman Mable Dougal and Rus sell Hutzell 77 Funeral Is Held for Mrs Mary Barber Gordonsville Pioneer GORD017SVILLE Minn Nov Mary Barber 77 one of he early settlers in the community died Friday at her farm home just north town Funeral services were conducted by the Rev Mr Gebhard Sunday afternoon at the M E church of which she had been nn active member for many years Her husband James Barber died in 1919 Six children survive Vernon Charles Mrs Nellie Larson Mrs Lew Yeadon Mrs Clarence Frost and Mrs A A Lang Leaves Each to Charitable Institutions CEDAR RAPIDS Nov 29 Bequests of each to four charitable institutions and the First Christian church here were con ained in the will of Charles H Foy irobated yesterday The remainder of the estate went to relatives Foy who died Nov 23 was a di rector of the Iowa Electric Light and Power company and vice pres dent of the Iowa Bond and Share company 3 Former Residents of Eagle Grove Are Dead EAGLE GROVE Nov 29 Anna Hamblin widow diet in Villa Park 111 and burial was made Tuesday in Eagle Grove She owned Jroperty in this city Mrs E C Bone died in Carroll She was the vife of E C Bone a former auditor of the North Western at Eagle rove Mrs E C Bruce died at Penney Farms Florida She was he wife of the Rev E C Bruce vho was pastor of the Congrega ional church in Eagle Grove 40 rs ago Wins Missionary Contest DUMONT Nov 29Evelyn Raeker received the medal in the missionary contest Sunday evening at the Evangelical church with the LICENSE PLATES FOR 193 3 TO BE ISSUED ON DEC Notices Mailed to 1000 Automobile Owners in County Ten thousand motor vehicle own erg of Cerro Gordo county are be mg notified this week by the count treasurer Miss Joy tha their automobile license fees due The notices which are bein mailed out specify the amounts t Be paid for the 1933 license plates The new license plates for auto mobiles trucks and trailers will on sale in the automobile depart ment of the treasurers offic Thursday Dec 1 with L L Ray mond automobile clerk in charge The 1933 plates have white mi merais on a dark blue backgroum The countys index number 17 remains the same The license plates may be ob tamed during December withou penalty A dollar penalty will b added Jan 1 when motor vehicl owners who have failed to licens their machines become delinquent Preparing Notices The personnel of the treasurer1 office has been at work the pas week preparing the notices to ca owners in the county in order to fa cilitate the work of handling th heavy license plate business tha will take place next month There are exceptions however where it has been impossible to make out the application in ad vance These include motorists who have moved to Cerro Gordo county from some other county in Iowa this year The new residents an required to notify their former county treasurer of the removal anc the latter will send a record of il to Mr Raymonds office Not unti this i done will it be possible to Is sue a license to motorists who hav not obtained a license in this count since moving here Need 1033 Number Motorists also are reminded tha in making applications for 193 plates they must be able to recal their 1932 license number When makingapplication for a new license motorists should bring their last certificate of registration or the notice now toeing sent from the treasurers office Mr Raymond called attention to the fact that those wantingsmal numbers must turn in their remit tance at once These remittances must be in the office by the morn ing of Dec 1 or the plates cannot be held he stated The automobile clerk pointed out that a change has been made in the class plates required for trucks Trucks must bear classification plates in addition to the regular li cense plates tho the former are is sued without cost Must Show Weight The classification plates for 1933 have inscribed upon them the weight in pounds the owner of the truck is licensed to haul In the past only the classification letters A B and C ap peared on the plates The new plates will show the maximum load truck drivers may carry without increasing their li cense to cover additional weight Because of the fact that legisla tion is pending on motor vehicles placed in storage all owners plan ning to store their cars or trucks next year should file the required storage affidavit before Dec 1 ac cording to Mr Raymond Funeral Services for Veteran Railroad Man Are Held at Mortuary Funeral services for Lewis Leit ner 410 Seventh street southeast were held at the McAuiey funeral home Tuesday afternoon with A W Caul pastor of the First Baptist church in charge Burial was at Elmwood cemetery The Old Rugged Beautiful Isle of Cross and Somewhere Mrs election The Conversion of Duncan Her sister La Von was i close second Vern White Mrs vern Ahrens and Mrs Floyd Faber acted at judges were sungby Mrs John Willey and Mrs A B Hunkins accompanied by Mrs J E Stinehart Mr Leitner veteran railroad man died at his home morning He was 74 years old 20 Memberships Reported WESLEY Nov Ann unz and Mrs Halvor Flora Jr hairmen for the local Red Cross membership drive reported the sale f 20 memberships and enough do atlons to make a total of about 2o One half of this remains in the ocal chapter for local Red Cross vork The American Legion auxil ary sponsored the event Free Breakfasts Arc Announced EAGLE GROVE Nov 29Su erlntendent McDowell of the high chool announced that beginning Monday morning Dec 8 free break asts will be served to needy cbll ren at the high school cafeteria Donations of food have been so cited Cnnght Under Train CENTERV1LLE Nov 29 n unidentified Negro was killed vhen he apparently was caught nder the wheels of a moving train C of C Hears Altfllllsoh DECORAH Nov Alt llisch city engineer spoke yeater ay at the weekly luncheon of the ccorah Chamber of Commerce One Legged Man on HikeAround World From Athens Greece BROKEN HILL Northern Rho desia Nov 29 onelegged man who is hobbling around the world on crutches has arrived here after a journey of almost two years from his home city Athens Greece He is Spiros Gannacopoulos and ne lost a leg in the war He left Athens Dec 9 1930 and hopes to complete his tour by 1936 Up to now he has traveled thru Rumania Jugoslavia Hungary Austria Czechoslovakia Germany Holland Belgium Luxemburg Upper and Lower Egypt Abyssinia Kenya and Tanganyika WATERLOO BIAN ARRESTED F A Myers 50 wag arrested on South Federal avenue Monday night by police and held for author ities at Watenoo where he is wanted to answer a bad check charge officers said He was re turned to Waterloo Tuesday fore noon The honeymoon is over vhcn he tells her what he really thinks about cracker crumbs in dar Itapida Gazette Butler Appointed to Legislative Committee of Petroleum Group W P Butler has received notice of his appointment to the legisla tive committee of the Iowa Petrol eum association an organization made up of the chief oil companies doingbusiness in the state He will represent the Champlin Refining company which firm he has been attorney for in Iowa and Minnesota for a number of years The first meeting of the newly appointed legislative committee will be held at the Moines Dec 2 Hotel Fort Des The committee is cooperating in the prosecution of the evaders of the gasoline tax and is not in sym pathy with the group seeking to have the state gasoline tax declared unconstitutional Junior College Praised by Inspector From State Office The public school Christmas va cation will be between Dec 21 and Jan 5 it was decided by motion of the school board following a recom mendation made by R B Irons superintendent at the regular meet JtiBT of the board Monday afternoon The vacation is designed to give teachers an opportunity to reach home not afforded if vacation did not start until Dec 23 the Friday Before Christmas and the vacation to extend to allow past the observance of New Years day on Jan 2 this year A letter praisingthe junior col lege and praising the work of a number of individual members of the staff from Clara M Wallace supervisor of normal training high schools of the state department of public instruction was read by James Rae prinicpal of the college and high school The letter was written following an inspection trip to the local college A new course of study on busi less relationship and citizenship for Lincoln school was presented by Mr Irons The course was pre pared by George A Dale principa of the school Mrs Bessie LewU and Miss Cora Hamlln An increase of 74 students for the public schools of the city was reported for October by Mr Irons Wa Women Report They Were Robbed by Men Who Halted Car BOONE Nov 29 Min lie Clements and Miss Esther Cedar luist of Madrid today reported they md been held up and robbed by two highwaymen One of the men stepped from bis car to the running board of Mrs Clements car and ordered her to stop Instead she speeded up anc ired at the man with her revolver ut missed He wrested the gun rom her forced the women into the seat and drove the car into a yroad where he robbed them While in the rear seat the women had hidden their jewelry Miss Cedarquist was beaten on he head by the bandits as she triet o attract attention armer at Ida Grave Heart Attack Victim H IDA GROVE Nov 20 Emer 50 farmer died yester ay a few hours after he had suf ered a heart attack in a cornfield Ie is survived by his widow and ighfr children Emer was a member f a pioneer Ida county family Swea City Junior High Declam Winners Chosen SWEA CITY Nov n the junior high declamatory con est at the high school were Ora orical first Reginald Winter sec nd Forest Hanifan Jr dramatic rst Francis Thomson second aroline Hundness humorous rst Earl Berg second Warren Irving and Return MILWAUKEE and T t Return Children Half rrre December 234 ood In rnachri nnly on U trains Jleccmber 2 anil and on a m train ecemher 1 to rrah Ofy by mtdnffffrt a KVEHY FRIDAY SATUDtUY AND SUADAY tractive area to many uy one fnrc phis 25 cents for round trip onorcd In all or jjar r car apace extra Return limit mtdntghi llowlng Tucartny Mason Clfy Ticket Office Phone H3 W V Cirty Divlfllnn Iansrngcf Anent l St nnrl So IVnnsjJsnnU Phone 321 MILWAUKEE CONCERT TO BE GIVEN THURSDAY EVENING BY BAND Solos by Miss Ellen Smith Among Features Planned for Program The high school band consisting of more than 100 pieces will pres ent its second formal concert of this school year at 8 oclock Thursday night m the high school auditorium Admission will be free and an invi tation has been extended to resi dents of surrounding towns as well as Mason City to attend A feature of the Thursday rdaht program will he vocal solos by Miss Ulen vocal music Instructor She will sing musical comedy songs with band accompaniment Altho Miss Smith has appeared before Ma son City audiences many times win ning much applause this will be her tirst public appearance as soloist with the band Miss Smith has taken an active part in the musical life of Mason City in church and civic groups as well as in the schools Opens With Overture The opening number on the cert will be Norma overture by Bellini Orris Herfindahl will then play a clarinet solo Norwegian Rhapsody by Chris tiansen the next number on the is the numebr for v i m the state Contest There will be four divisions of competition his year instead of three as last the new ranking AA A B and C according to size of schools Mason ity remains in the top group Program Of iustrumental Xvnn en Present selections Woodwind players will participate arrangement that of three bassoons Flotow overture by Miss Smith win sing The over This is the number for national JJ1III iext number will be 1812 Sales Sessions Are Held Here by Shell Sales representatives from coun Minn1 1 ICWa and Anthem Minnesota are attending a sales meeting in Hotel Hanford of the PrtSn y dStriCt the She f 1 1 Sessions i i 5ondav were to be con eluded Tuesday Joe M Cook dis trict manager is in charge of the This is One Automobile Stolen Another One Recovered The 1929 Pontiac coupe belong ing to Leslie Bailey First street southeast was stolen from his garage Monday night he re ported to police Tuesday morning The car carried license 179547 The 1925 Ford coupe belonging to Mrs Esther Green 531 Fourth northeast stolen Sunday by police street night h North night recovered the adison avenue Monday J Luverne Achievement Day Plans Are Made LUVERNE Nov Lu verne Loyal Workers 4H club girls met with their leader Mrs Robert Masterson at the home of Mrs Ethel Bowman Plans were made for the annual local achieve ment day Dec 30 Officers elected were President Elsie Hunt vice president Cora Mae Masterson secretary Bertha Bowman treas urer Roberta Masterson historian Benona Neal reporter Eileen Neal Mrs Wallenhurst 76 Dies Suddenly Here Body Js at McAuleys Mrs Eliza Ann Wallenhurst 203 Monroe avenue southwest died sud denly at her home late Monday aft ernoon She had not been ill Funeral arrangements had not been made Tuesday afternoon The body is at the McAuiey funeral home Mrs Wallenhurst is survived by a son LeRoy Scholl Raymond S Dak four daughters Mrs J S Pretts Local Minn Mrs J R Page Clarke S Dak Mrs T E Hanson Mason City Mrs Glen Foughty Newton two brothers William Woods Tacoma Wash George Woods Mason City two sis ters Mrs Frank Booth Shell Lake Wis and Mrs Joe Booth Colorado Mrs Wallenhurst was born June 30 185S in Wisconsin She had lived in Mason City for the past 20 years and was a member of the Church of Christ Special Display of Band Instruments Announced The Vance Music company ha announced a Conn band instrument show Thursday and Friday The la test designs in musical instruments manufactured by the Conn com pany will be on display C J Fair child special representative of the Conn company will be in charge of the display The general public has been invited to the display well as music instructors and students m North Iowa Portland Snap Girls Hold Monthly Meeting The Portland Snap girls 4H club met Friday Nov 25 for their monthly meeting The afternoon was spent in tracing patterns for home made Christmas toys The girls also planned on having a 4H partly for the members and their parents each girl to take some part in the program Refreshments were served The next lesson will be the latter part of December Insist Upon DECKEUS HAIRCUT 25c SHAVE 20c LOUIE CAMPBELL formerly of Gilberts Barber and Beauty Shop nour located at 1 SANITARY BARBER SHOP 220 South Federal ITS A WONDERFUL WAY TO RELIEVE UGLY ECZEMA For 20 years now soothing cool ingZemo has seldom failed to stop tching in five seconds and clear up stubborn cases of Eczema This wonderful remedy gets such amaz ing results because of its rare iu pedients not used in cheaper rem dies Get Zemo you want to clear up Rashes Pimples Ring worm and Eczema Its worth 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