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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - January 17, 1933, Mason City, Iowa                                FOUR MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE JANUARY 17 1938 Mason Citys Calendar Jan and distribution school of Iowa Utilities associa tion Jan 25Jowa State college to de bate State Teachers college on domestic allotment plan at high school auditorium Jan W C A annual mem bershipdinner at oclock Here In Mason City Cabaret dance St Joseph hall WedJah 18 Couple 25c Klttmers Wed 85o special stewed chicken tome made dumplings J H Stark 840 East State street has left for Denver Colo to attend the funeral pf his brother L J Stark prominent attorney of Den ver Haircuts now 85c Merchants Barber Shop 30 1st St S E Roast turkey dinner with all the trimmings 35C Wed FordHopkins Co W I Chapman of Chapman store has res turned from a trip to Grand Rapids Mich and Chicago where he visited the furniture markets Dance Thurs night Community Bldg Clear Lake Macks Orch Ladles allrubber Snap Gaiters or Sam Raizes Maurice Connolly manager of Ye Olde Style service station and Tav ern Fourth street and Carolina northeast returned Sunday after weeks in Hines Veterans hospital Chicago where he underwent major operation is back at the Cerro Gordo hotel Room 243 and will be glad to see former friends An automobile belonging to A J Van Sise 17 Adama avenue north west reported stolen from his home 52 RETAILERS START GIVING VOTES IN CONTEST at Monday was found abandoned in evening the 100 block on Eighth street southeast at oclock Tuesday morning ac cording to the police bulletin The abandoned car was out of gas Roast turkey dinner with all the trimmings 35c Wed FordHopkins Co COLT REVOLVER STOLEN A 25 caliber Colt revolver be longing to Dean Glanville deputy game warden was stolen from his automobile parked at 18 Adams avenue southwest he reportedto police about oclock Monday evening He reported he saw some children on roller skates slam the door of his car At The Hospitals avenue southeast was ad jnltted to Mercy hospital Monday for a minor operation Mrs Shelby Beery Northwood was dismissedfrom Park hospital Monday following treatment A 7 pound 4 ounce daughter was born to Mr and Mrs Valentine Buehler 1108 Georgia avenue north east at Storyhospital Monday night GCMyreForest City was ad mitted to Mercy hospital Monday for a minor operation Mrs Gussie Joseph 215 Madison avenue northwest was admitted to Mercy hospital Monday for treat ment Mrs Leonard Knoop Rockford route 4 was admitted to Mercy hos pital Monday for a major operation C E Butterfield Mason City was admitted to Mercy hospital Monday for treatment Mrs W H McGrew Nora Springs was dismissed from Mercy hospital Monday with her infant daughter Mrs T R Sheckler Cresco was dismissed from Mercy hospital Monday with her Infant son Thomas Steinberg son of E R of north of the city un derwent a major operation at Story hospital Monday Boys Bitten by Dogs FORT DODGED Jan 17 lace 4 and Robert6 sons of Mr and Mrs William Wildt are being given antirabies serum after being bitten by dogs SALES POSITIONS OPEN FOR MEN Ages 30 to 45 Years attractiveopportunity 50 CHURCH AND SOCIAL UNITS IN RACE FOR PRIZES Merchants Giving 100 Votes With Each Purchase for Cash Several additional nominations brought the total number of organ izations in the Retail Merchants as sociation 800 gold contest to 50 Tuesday as participating merch ants started giving votes with pur chases Nominations added to the list of contestants Tuesday are Christian Workers Church of Christ Mason City Grace Evan gelical Ladles Aid Mason City Methodist Foreign Missionary so ciety Clear Lake More nominations are expected this week Remember that anyone may place his or her favorite or ganization in the contest Upon being nominated each organization receives 100000 votes This initial 100000 however will be credited ojjjy once to an organization Are Offered Prizes The fact that prizes are being of fered to outside organizations so it Is not necessary for them to comT pete against Mason City clubs and societies has been an inducement for a considerable number to enter the competition from surrounding towns More are expected as the contest is only getting started With the addition of the L A Page Lumber cpmpany Tuesday the retail establishments in the contest now number 52 each of which is giving 100 votes lor each dollar purchase and double votes on account on all purchases made be fore Dec 31 1932 except contract payments not due before 1933 This rule applies to all retail merchants with exception of coal dealers who will allow 100 votes for each 1 on payment of or on ac counts contracted for before Jan 1 1933 Given on Cash Payments Remember that votes will not be given at the time of purchases made on a charge account Votes however will be given for cash payments on installment purchases Votes are only being given on retail transactions They may however be given on purchases by organizations when the transac tions are properly at retail No votes will be given however on purchases by political divisions such as the city county or school board The ballots may be deposited in boxes placed in the following con venient places Damons Inc Glldner Brothers Michael Drug company Merkel company Casey Drug company Prusia Clothing company The following prizes are offered organizations receiving the largest number of votes 5300 gold to the organization receiving the largest num ber of votes from any dis trict gold to the Mnson City entry receiving the largest number of votes gold to the Mason City entry receiving the sec ond largest number of votes 50 gold to the Mason City entry receiving the third largest number of votes gold to the entry outside MB son City receiving the largestnumber of votes 50 gold to the entry outside Mason City receiving tho next largest number of votes The winner of the aweepstakes prize of course is not eligible for any district prize Attention is directed to the fact that any church civic and chari table organization inside or outside of Mason City Is eligible to en ter and may be en tered by any person ry simply filling in the blank on this page and mail ing it to the Retail Merchants asso ciation Mason City Following are the organizations thus far nominated with the initial 100000 votes credited each one First Baptist Church 100000 Harding P T 100000 MonroeWashington P T A 100000 Y W C A Business Girls club 100000 Central Lutheran church NOMINATION COUPON Good for 100000 votes for the organization entered in thiscontest I NOMINATE ADDRESS In the Retail Merchants association gold contest withtha underr standing this nomination will entitlethat organization to 100000 votes YOUR NAME ADDRESS Clip this coupon and mail or bring It to the Retail Merchante assocla tlon offices third floor GlobeGazettebuilding Anyone may nominate his or her organization Only one lot of100000 free nominatingvotes will credited to any one contestant organization Ladies guild100000 Voiture No 66 of Forty and Eight 100000 Business and Professional Womens club 100000 Central P T A100000 Garfield P T A 100000 Grant P T A 100000 High School Music Mothers club100000 Jefferson P T A 100000 McKInley P T A 100000 Madison1 P T A 100000 Milwaukee Womens club 100000 RooseveltJackson P T A 100000 Glaus enWord eri post auxil iary 100000 Trinity Luttieran church 100000 Ys Mens club 100000 Mason City Council 107 U C T100000 St Josephs High School Athletic association100000 First Methodist Ladies Aid 100000 St Guild Epis copal church100000 Harmony Guild of Congre gational church 100000 Christian workers Church of Christ Grace Evangelical Ladies Aid 1100000 Outside Organizations Church organizations outside of Mason City entered in the contest are Clear Clear Lake Band Mothers club 100000 Congregational church 100000 Catholic church 100000 Methodist Foreign Mission ary society r 100000 First Baptist church100000 Methodist church100000 St Lawrence Catholic100000 Methodist church 100000 Richland Lutheran church 100000 Danish Lutheran church 100000 St Paul Lutheran church 100000 Catholic church 100000 Congregational church100000 Nora Christian church 100000 Lutheran church 100000 EnglishLutheran church 100000 Sacred Heart Cath church 100000 Rock JiIethcdistAupsJsc 100000 United Brethren church 100000 Methodist church10000 German Lutheran church 100000 Following are the retail stores participating in the contest Department Damons 107 North Federal ave al avenue Merkel company 12 South Feder nue Palais Royal 101 North Federal avenue Style Shoppe 1 South Federal avenue Finks 15 South Federal avenue D K Lundhergcompany 28 East State street CECIL TO START VAUDEVILLE ACTS THIS WEEKEND Vogues of 1933 Will Be Featured at First Performance Vaudeville is comingback to Ma son City Starting the coming weekend the Cecil theater will again stage five acts of vaudeville Saturday and Sunday Manager Tom Arthur announced Tuesday The first showing will feature the Vogues of 1933 announced aa a lavish array of beautiful girts In dance and song acts Other acts are Eight Dancing Rockets Wes ton and Dale Morgan Davis and Kane and the Six Rhythm Boys It is the plan of the Cecil to in clude with this vaudeville entertatar meut the best talkingpictures ob tainable Mr Arthur stated The openimj picture on the screen will be the Half Naked Truth starring Lupe Velez and Lee Tracy Prices for the shows will be 25 cents matinee on Saturday with 40 cents In the evening and 25 cents until 2 oclock on Sunday and 40 cents for the remainder of the mat inee and the Hundreds of Mason City and North Iowa people have been re questing a stage show Instead of the regular picture fare and it is only now that we are able to obtain shows that are big enough and suit able for our patrons Manager Arthur said Funeral Services for Edward Veir Are Held Funeral services for Edward Veir 1204 First street southeast were held at St Josephs Catholic church Tuesday forenoon with Mon LETTER WRITING CAUSED BY MOEN AND NEW OFFER Additional Two Feet for PostofKce Window Make Loophole WaahlnKtbn Bureau sched uled for Mason Citys postoffice parcel post counter are causing the treasury department to do some letter writing and may cause a lot more On Dec 30 five bids were receiv ed by the department and when they were opened the 51032 offer of Smythe and company of Wash ington was disclosed as the lowest closely followed by M M Moen company of Mason City which wanted just more or Low Bid Accepted The treasury department is legal ly bound to accept the lowest re sponsible bid without considera tion of whether or not the success ful bidder is a local concern Smythe and company is a responsible firm so acceptance seemed a sure thing However the Moen company wrote to the treasury stating that tha changed counter should be two feet longer than the specifications stated and that it was perfectly willing to add the two feet without adding to its bid Now the treasury department has written to the custodian of the Ma son City postoffice asking whether or not he considers the additional two feet necessary To Be Consulted If he says yes the treasury will ask the low bidding Smythe and company if it will imitate the Moen companys generosity and add the two feet without adding anything to its bid If it wont the treasury will have to reject all five bids prepare new specifications including the two ex tra feet and set a new opening date for amended bids On the other hand if Smythe and company will be nice it will get the contract two feet or no two feet There doesnt seem to be much chance for the Mason City com pany except possibly on amended bids Boys in Booster Club Hear Heneman Speak Sixty boys attended a Booster club meeting in the Y M C A F C Heneman gave a talk on Dr Wilfred Grenfell arctic explor er pointing out the hardshlpswhich he faced and the courage which he showed Marquis magician pre sented tricks for the boys A period in the gym was also held Dr V A Farrel Ray Pauley P R Jacob son Mr Heneman and Karl M Waggoner assisted in the meeting The club is sponsored by the Ro tary club Burial was at Elmwood cemetery Pallbearers were Harry Ditch Bernard Pixley Louis Wall Glen Lehman Loren Beck and George Hawkins Jr Mr Veir died Friday from a chronic heart disease BAKERY FIRMS FILE ACTIONS r Bakiiig Company An for men who have had business exper ience in Mason City or near by county seat townsMen who are active with initiative matured judgment and salesmanship ability with or without experience Write fully regarding yourself If your letter leads us to believe that a personal conference will be mu tually beneficial an appointment will be arranged Your letter will be considered strictly confidential Address C14 GlobeGazette Relieve Blood Pressure Kansas City Physician Scores Tri umph With Harmless Vegetable Prescription Remarkable Re sults Reported Often iri Three SENDS TREATMENT ON FREE TRIAL Anyone suffering frbrn High Blood Pressure dizziness ringing in the ears sleeplessness weak shaky SkinItch Torture Ends Millions Praise Zemo The first application of soothing healing Zemo quickly relieves the torture of Itching Rashes Eczema Ringworm and similar skin trou For 25 years Zemo has been used and praised by millions as a clean safe dependable remedy for family use to relieve and clear away skin irritations A trial will convince you of itsgreat merit In sist on genuine Zemo its worth the price because you get relief COc 1 All druggists 35c feeling bad nervousness pounding of the heart and who Tears a paralytic stroke should write to Dr Hayes Assn 1195 Coates House Kansas City Mo They will send you a regular one dollar size of this famous prescrip tion on absolutely Free Trial If sat isfied with results send them f not your report cancels the charge This prescription Is a pure Vance Music company 124 North Federal avenue Gildner Brothers 15 North Fed eral avenue Abel and Son Inc 7 South Fed eral avenue William Lamer company 13 South Federal avenue Ray E Prusia company 109 South Federal avenue General Department Sam Raizes 301 South Federal avenue Public Peoples Gas and Electric com pany 22 Second street north westl MIer Wolf and Sons 311 South Federal avenue Laundries and Cleaners Marshall and Swift 210 North Delaware avenue Coal Crystal Lake Ice and Fuel com pany 11 First street sou est Fireside Fuel company 1011 South Federal avenue Consolidated Coal company Hi Seventh street southeasL Wagner Coal company 113 South enue W G Block CoSl company 50 Third street northeast Fullerton Lumber company 1 Fourth street southwest ChaplnONeil Coal company 30 Monroe avenue southwest L A Page Lumber company Casey Drug company 335 Sout Federal avenue Michael Drug company 5 Sout Federal avenue Restaurants ana Soda Grill 16 South Federal ave nue harmless vegetable treatmentWhile a nonspecific many symptoms diminish sleep returns within cases report and normal three days Contains no salts physics opiates or dope Perfectly safe with any treatment you are now using as i1 cannot conflict If you suffer from High Blood Pressure write Dr Hnyes Assn today Preliminary Declamatory Contest to Be Held for Garner Students Jan 24 GARNER Jan home reliminary declamatory contest rill be held in the high school gymnasium Tuesday Jan 24 with liss Margaret Meyers and Miss mm a Schuerman in charge Den il and Rachel Tompkins Ralph Vllllam Shannon Orval Brager and Robert Van Tries are in the ratorical class Ruby Hage Mar aret Hazelberg Maxlne and Ro erta Zeismer are In the dramatic lass and Shirley Ellsworth Victor Srelman Kathleen Mertz and Ruth 3aulson are in the humorous class Raymond Wlllson Grocery 405 Third street northeast Forest Park Grocery 1007 Fourth street southwest ThompsonDean company 121 north Federal avenue Glanville Brothers 10 South Fed eral avenue Olson and Kossack 61S South Federal avenue Carl Grupp 1339 North Federal Hardware Stores 11 CurrieVanNeBB company North Federal avenue Boomhower Hardware company 113 North Federal avenue Mason City Hardware company 27 East State street Mason City Loan and Investment company 109 East State street avenue Barrett Brothers 20 Second street northeast A W Kitto Grocery 402 Seventh street southeast Curtis Grocer No 1 519 South Federal avenue CurtisGrocery No 2 412 Second street northwest Horse Shoe Grocery North Federal avenue Wilkinson Radio Supply company 23 First street southeast Washing Cerro Gordo Maytag1 company 13 First street southeast Llvergood Brothers 110 North Federal avenue Blanchard Jewelry company 9 West State street Batteries Tires Joe Daniels Service 27 First street southwest Vern Howard Service 11 South Pennsylvania avenue Kcmbles 1205 South Federal ave nue Stevens Shoe company 105 NoHh Federal avenue Nichols and Green 7 North Fed eral avenue Laird Shoe company 14 East State street Mason City GlobeGazette 121 East State street Attacks Constitutionality of Standard Bread Law The Mason City Baking company together with 10 other bakery firms operating in Iowa and Omaha Nebr Tuesday brought suit in the United States district court at Des Moines attacking the constitutional ity of the Iowa standard bread weight law The suit was directed against Gov Clyde L Herring Attorney General E L OConnor and Secre tary of Agriculture Ray Murray asking that they be enjoined from enforcing the law and that the law be declared unconstitutional and in valid The petition charges that the pro yisions of the Iowa standard bread weight law and the rules and regu lations of the secretary of agricul ture adopted under the law make the manufacture sale or offer for sale of a single loaf of bread weigh ing in excess of 10 per cent over any one of the standard weights fixed by law except stale bread unlawful and subjects the baker to arrest and fine or imprisonment The plaintiffs charge that It is 1m jossible to comply with the law be ause of the high moisture content n bread which varies to a large ex ent under different conditions over which they have no control They also charge that the law Is an attempt to regulate interstate commerce by legislative and execu tive officers of the state of Iowa and that it is arbitrary unreason able oppressive unjust and discrlm Inative The other plaintiffs are The Quaker Baking company of Coun ell Bluffs Peterson Baking com pany Cedar Rapids Gooch Food Products company Council Bluffs Continental Baking1 company De Moines Waterloo Davenport anc Sioux City and Omaha Nebr Trausch Baking company Dubuque P F Peterson Baking company Omaha Strand Baking company Marshalltown General Baking com pany Omaha Omar Baking com pany Omaha Omaha and Schulze Baking company Des Moines and Omaha MUTUAL BUILDING ASSETS INCREASE NEARLY in Dividends Are Sent to Stockholders of Association An increase in the assets of the Mutual Building and Loan associa tion from 510188639 to the past year was reported by of ficers at the annual meeting of the stockholders of the Mutual Building and Loan association in the direc tors room of the First National bank Monday evening The further announcement was made that nearly 58000 represent ing a 6 per cent dividend on the stock had been placed in mail to reach stockholders Tuesday Inter est and payments were reported a paid up Dec 31 1932 In Home Lonn Bank President F J Hanlon of the as sociation read in detail the auditors report of the condition of the organ ization prepared by R C Patrick A resolution was passed approving all the actions of the officers am directors the past year and com mending them for the excellen manner in which the business of the association had been handled The announcement also was made that the Mutual Building and Loan association was one of the first buildingand loan associations of the district to become a member of the Home Loan bank at Des Moines Officers ReElected The stockholders reelected the five retiring directors H M Knud son W E Brice Jay E Decker E S Selby and J W Irons Following the meeting of thi stockholders the directors met ani reelected the association officers Mr Hanlon president Mr Decker vice president C A Parker treas urer and Mr Irons secretary Salvation Army Has Revival Series Here A special series of public revival meetings entitled Seven Golden Days are being conducted at the local Salvation Army hall each eve ning this week at 8 oclock There will be special singing by the senior songster brigade The subject Mon day evening was Four Gold Rings Subjects for the remainder of the week are as follows Tuesday Gold Dust Wednesday Hidden Gold Thursday Seven Goldensticks Friday Gold Fried In the Fire and Saturdaj A Golden Wedding Sunday there will be three meet ings as follows 11 a m Profaned Golden Vessels 4 pm A Chest of Gold and 8 p m A Gold Neck ace OFFICER PLACED AT INTERSECTION TO AID CHILDREN tegular Meeting of School Board Held New Teacher Is Elected A policeman has been stationed at the intersection of North Fed eral avenue and Ninth street to pro tect thesafety of school children crossing the street there at noon R B Irons superintendent of public schools informed the school board at its regular monthly meeting Monday afternoon Any child wishingto cross Fed eral avenue heavy with traffic dur ing the noon hour can go to Ninth street where he will have the as sistance of an officer Mr Irons ex plained Spring Vacation Discussed The selection of the date for spring vacation was left to Mr Irons and James Rae high school principal by action of the board Miss Florence Larson of Pella was hired by the board to fill the vacancy created by the resignation of Miss Georgia Davenport follow ing her recent marriage to Harold Hardy Miss Larson will teach in the commercial department of the high school To Attend Convention Mr Irons and Mr Rae were granted permission to attend the meeting of the department of super intendents of the National Educa tion association to be held at Min neapolis Feb 27 to March 2 Although about 89 fewer students are enrolled in the grades attend ance reveals there is an actual shortage of only about 35 students indicating that students stay in school more consistently this year Mr Irons told the board in his re port Article Writtenby Loren E Donelson Published in Quill An article Peek Over the Farm ers by Loren B Donel son former state editor of the GlobeGazette appeared in the Jan uary Issue of the Quill Mr Donel son now employed by the United Press at Des Moines left Mason City to become editor of the Mile post a paper published at Ames Later he accepted a scholarship at Iowa State college where he made an investigation of reader in terest in farm publications as part of his graduate work toward a Mas ters degree which he received last July The material used in the ar ticle was gathered while making the study J D Miller Files Petition for Divorce A petition for divorce has been filed in the district court by J D Miller against Mrs Melvina Miller allegingthe defendant deserted him Jan 4 1931 They were married at San Diego Cal Jan 17 1930 ac cording to the petition PORTLAND CASE OPENS IN COURT Jurors Chosen and Trial Set for Wednesday Due to Annual Meeting While settlements were reached in some of the cases set for trial before juries in the district court here this week the selec tion of a jury for the case of the Portland CoOperative company against W H Davidson took place before Judge Joseph J Clark Mon day afternoon As the annual meeting of the Portland organization was sched uled for Tuesday continuation the trial was granted to Wednesday The jurors chosen for this case are Martha Higley Mrs Ruth Na gel Mrs Mattie Johnson Arthur Briar Gertrude Kelly Milton Dal vey Martin Ackhart and Frank Ciilmijotti of Mason City William Koester and Clem Steiner of Rock well Russell Bruner of Rock Falls and Edna Barlow of Clear Lake ACTION FILED G H Meyer has filed an action in the district court against John E Sheehy and George A Rhodes asking judgment for 180 for rent and attachment OLD FLOOR GIVES UP Sweepings washing the very dust from polishers taken from an old floor yields 55000 in gold The old boards torn up and burned the gold refined produced this amount v WE BUY OLD GOLD JEWELRY FOR CASH WATCHES DIAMONDS Cuticura To keep skin and ecalp clean and healthy and to fay the foundation for skin health in later life The Soap protects as well as cleanse the Oint ment soothes and heals rashes itcbinga and irritations SoapZSc Ointment 23 and SOc Proprietors Potter Drug Chemical Corporation Maiden Mass 6 CASH TALKS LOUD Centerville LUMP Special Off Car IOWAS BEST COAL Wolf Bros COAL CO PHONE 1148 Meeting for Chess and Checker Fans Planned Persons interested in chess and checkers have been urged to attend a meeting at oclock Tuesday night in the lobby of the Y M C A Match play will be held and plans made for starting a tournament in two or three weeks Fat Men TITTLE BROS PACKING Co INC Phone 693 Wednesday Specials 105 S Federal Boiling Beef Ib 4e Pork Chops Ib 6c BeefSteak Women Use Kojene Most Powerful Antiseptic Mr Clarence A Case of Mon terey Park Cal writes Ive fought a tendency toward obesity since 33 years old now 48 and have found Kruschen Salts the only satisfac tory remedy When the old belt begins to tighten I get back on Kruschen for a bottle or so and take them from 12 to 18 pounds easily and quickly July 18 1932 To lose fat surely and SAFELY take onerhalf teaspoonful of Kru schen Salts in a glass of hot water in the morning But be sure to get your health comes bottle that will last you 4 weeks costs but a few cents at Huxtable Drug Co or any drugstore In the not back Every wise woman practices Feminine Hygiene which gives ex cellent health as well as youthful beauty and exquisite daintiness The feminine is absolutely en chanted with Kojene that most powerful nonpoisonous antiseptic than Carbolic Acid yet it will not injure the most delicate membrane Buy a 6 ounce bottle 60c at Frank Huxtable Druggist orany drug store know that you are using a safe sure and scientific 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