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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 8, 1934, Mason City, Iowa                                EIGHT MASON CITY SEPTEMBER 8 M 193 t Mason Citys Calendar Citys annual fall Display win dows ready for showing Wednes day of local football VVaukon junior college plays Mason City at Roosevelt stadium gepk former Iowa supreme court ad dresses Chamber of Com merce and Bar association in Han high school foot ball game at Albert Lea high school against Mason Here in Mason City MASON CITY FALL OPENING TO START WEDNESDAY Feather renovating steam pro Pillows all Fluffy pads made out of your old feather All kinds mattresses made over like We have a new line of 25 years Phone today and Arnold and Malee and Lucille of and Ar 609 Adams avenue left Friday morning for where they will visit relatives and attend the family reunion of the Arnold family Mrand Arthur Haukedahl and Arnold of Mason City left Friday evening to attend the same Fried spring chlrkeu T1 and Allison und Juanita and left for Des Moines Saturday to visit parents over the They will stop at Ames to visit Allisons Dance Clear Lake Country club Sept 40c a Helene Groff and Irwin and left Saturday for Des where they will visit with Groffs sister Miss Ingrid over the Mason Citys annual fall opening is to be held Friday and display windows will be all ready for showing Wednesday See us for window glass und Boomhower Hardware Bennett voice and summer terms continue through 421 The regular meeting of volture 66 of the Legion will be held Monday night at S oclock at Forty and Eight club 319 North Federal Nomination of officers for the coming year will he Reports from the delega tion which attended the state con vention are be Clarinet Ralph For Rent j room modern fur nished close in and near AUTUMN STYLES REVEAL NEW GAY AIR IN CLOTHES Windows Ready at on Wednesday Opening on Throughout The annual fall opening of the Mason City retail merchants is scheduled for the coming The show windows of the down town stores will be ready for show ing at oclock Wednesday eve ning formally opening the season for the buying of fall The opening will continue through Friday and With the many new and interest ing lines in clothing and the continued development of modem ism In furniture and new ideas in jewelry and fall purchas ing promises to be a gay and ex citing New Courage WUh further Indications of re turning properity such as the ve vival of construction of business buildings in Mason City there is a gay reflection in the new fashions this of gold in alluring evening gleaming satins and beautiful Additional proof of the new cour age that pervades the land Is the swagger flare of the swash buckling air of dashing Styles for the men are coming out in the Never before in the history of mens wearing apparel has there been such a flare for homespuns and rough fab rics as is evident this In the preparations for showing this new merchandise Mason City retailers are arranging for special trim in their store windows for next New backgrounds are being bringing out the fall Is North Iowa Inside the stores large assort ments of merchandise attractively priced are being arranged for the consideration of the North Iowa More than ever have the merchants of the community pre pared to demonstrate that all North Iowa can look to Mason City as its trading One womans readytowear store recently had an effective demon stration of this when a woman from Des Moines purchased in mer stating that she could get just as smart merchandise at n lower price here than in her home AUTUMN IS IN THE AIR Jay Decker to Head Community Chest Drive Above Is just a suggestion of the way fashions are going this fall as will be revealed by the Mason ICty merchants fall starting nils s hows the feminine world remains loyal to which arc appearing in nuiny new guises for autumn Wutch for the GlobeGazette fall opening edition the first of Report Individuals Soliciting Money With No Authority Reports reached office of the Social Welfare league Saturday of a man who has been going from house to house soliciting money for the community canning No such solicitation has been said Mabel executive secretary of the and no money received by such solicitation has been turned in to It has the appearance of being some individuals idea of obtaining a little A similar solicitation for chil drens clothing by somebody posing as a representative of a charitable agency has also been This too is without Here no clothing has been turned in for distributions by the tongue or other why make it unlawful to point a gun and say nothing about the fellow who points a sneeze at you Marcus P Floy Files Cross Petition in Action for Divorce In a cross petition filed Saturday in his wifes divorce action against him Marcus farmer residing near asked tlmt her pe tition be dismissed and an Injunction restraining him from coming upon their farm be dissolved and that je be granted a divorce and custody of four The cross petition charged that his was guilty of cruel and inhuman was possessed of a violent and ungovern able temper and had falsely caused his arrest on a charge of intoxica tion at a time when he was peace ably performing his chores about the Several alleged assaults on his person with various instruments in cluding a stove an iron a stones and a door knob were made by her husband In connection with Floys ac tion a writ of attachment has been issued against Floys prop as well as nn injunction re straining him from molesting her or their The couple was married at Rock well in R R OVING IVEPORTER NOTES OF By Enoch Norem A Daily Letter by the GlobeGazettes City Written While on a With to the Land of Their NORWEGIAN CRAFTSMANSHIP Our HOME TOWN Mortgage Not Bar to Getting Funds Under Housing Act ID LIKE to tell you the namn Even though home owners have a mortgage on their that need not bar them from obtaining funds for modernization under the nation wide attempt in Norway to revive the crafts Is a counter current in the onward march of the It fits well Into the scheme of things and may eventually demonstrate there is a law of di minishing returns in mechanical On our arrival in Bergen today we hud further opportunity to view the work of the Norwegian peasant past and After spending the night on bunks in the overfilled boat from we established ourselves for a two day stay before boarding the Stavangerfjord for New Hans Rye was with Here we visited the shop of the the association sell ing the products of the and more interesting went through the museum showing the periodic development of the art from the stone age up to the seven teenth and eighteenth centuries when the crafts reached their to VVhlIt stone and metal were used to some it was in the carv ing and coloring of wood that the Norwegians H was appar ent that these peasant folk of sev eral hundred years ago held the view that no piece of furniture 01 fabric or any utensil need be crude and ugly merely because it is an item destined for prosaic The handles of bed posts the butter beer sections of harnesses made o all seemed to carry out thi It is this same idea tha forms the dictum for the new re vivRl of the It will be recalled that wo spen OF THE prominent man about town provisions of the federal housing WHO PARKED along the road ami THE POLICE threw a spotlight in HIS CAR found he had his OWN WIFE WITH him the cop wo3 SORRY 1 DIDNT KNOW you had your OWN WIFE WITH the man said UNTIL YOU flashed your light ON HER I didnt either and heres ANOTHER Winchell story about a CERTAIN chap who returned home SOONER THAN planned chang ING HIS voice he called his wife ASKED FOR a date to his great SURPRISE she Sure AS MY hubby wont be back for a and WAS his face red THE GANG all heard it how GANGS remember we are not PLANNING any hundred thousand DOLLAR buildings but with our low RENT plenty of parking space YOU WILL find this Is one of the HANDIEST most ECONOMICAL PLACES TO buy HARDWARE in THE WHOLE state we have a VERY COMPLETE stock of Stove Cement t OTHER FALL needs and USUAL extremely LOW prlcec THANK Don Mason City Hardware it was stated by Jay resident of the Mason City Builcl rs exchange As long ns they have a renson ible equity they can obtain Tubbesing pointing out hat further information on the sub ect may be obtained from the Vorth Builders exchange clearing house being maintained in room At this office full explanation of lousing act and its Is given he Celebrate 12ni mayor of Dccorah and owner of the Marsh Music celebrated his fortysecond anniversary in the music During his career in the music business Marsh di rected the Decorah city band for 15 years and also the band of Decorah and the Fiftythird Regi mental He has been mayor of the city since some time in the forening shop in Oslo and also saw old utensil in their natural settings in the out door museum at but tin Norwegian craftsmanship us so much we decided to sou mon of it in The museum here not only show the craft development in hut also has collection from each of the sections in Nor especially noted for artist They Were The work of the peasant artist in Hailing Gulbrandsdal and Nord fjord was especially each one with its own characteristic art ot carving and The vivid rose painting motifs created by the Telemark the har mony and sense of form of the ar tistic HorAlanger craftsmen were especially apparently the first to develop this had exhibits dat ing back to the twelfth The early work was crude and but by the seventeenth entury a high perfection had been This attempt to put beauty into radical things was apparent also i Tapestries made hun rcdsof years ago showed a work nanship seldom approached by pres nt day Artistic Souse This artistic sense was also evi dent in the church A number of elaborately carved pul altars and baptismal fonts showed a variety of craftsmanship n the shaping and coloring of wood or this The church ex libits showed the old Vikings starl ul expressing in wood what they saw in marble and canvas in cotin to the south of them almost lack to the time Christianity was introduced about the year The museum also contained geo ogical and biological We tiurrierl through these COUNTY MEDICS TO MEET SOON Will Hold Clinics During Afternoon Session of The Cerro Gordo county Medical association will meet at the and at the Hotel Clinics will be held in connection with the Y An adult chest clinic will be held in the HiY room of the from 2 oclock until and a childhood tuberculosis clinic will be held from until John Des director of the Iowa Tuberculosis associa will have charge of the latter A complimentary dinner will be held at at the Hotel Hanford as the evening session gets under Myers of the Univer sity of Minnesota medical and a professor of hygiene at that will speak at He will speak on childhood Leaders of Divisions Named for Twelfth f Jay president of the Jacob Decker and Sons com will be1 geneva chairman of the 1934 Community Chest cam it was announced Saturday by chest council chair We are very glad to have Deckers acceptance of ant said He has long been interested in the chest and a very active worker and sup porter of several of the agencies which comprise its His leadership will a long way to ward making this twelfth campaign in Mason City a Announce Another important step in paration for this the twelfth annual Community Chest was announced with publica tion of the important list of leaders of nine all completed now with the exception of the womens which will be an nounced next Heneman is vice chairman of the campaign in charge of divi sion These division chairmen and vice chairmen are now at work enlisting the officers of trie 68 through which solici tation is The division audi tors will not be called upon for work until report meetings begin in early Officers Division officers are as follows Harold chair man vice chair man Al 2 Don chairman vice chair man Raymond chairman vice chair mman Neva chairman George vice chairman John chair man John vice chairman chairman Stanley vice chairman George chair man vice chairman chairman vice chairman JAY DECKER CERRO GORDO AUTO LICENSES ISSUED DURING PAST WEEK Ford 1934 MOBILIZATION FOR HUMAN NEEDS George W 802 Monroe avenue Grahma Central Battery and Electric Chevrolet Clear Hup mobile Clear Ford Ora 212 Fifth street Plymouth Hanford Dodge 323 Kentucky ave nue Dodge Frank 1428 Monroe avenue Lafayette 20 Crescent Oldsmobile Wayne 819 Delaware avenue Pbntiac 1304 Georgia ave nue Chevrolet 415 Fifth street Plymouth Charles 630y2 Eighth street Plymouth Chevrolet Wells Auto Clear Chevrolet Lapiner Motor Terraplane Tom Summerhays two Plymouth and Chevrolet Chevrolet sedan and CONTRACTS FOR FODDER WILL BE HERE ON MONDAY Cerro Gordos Quota and De tails on Prices to Be Applications for contracts to sell a definite amount of corn fodder or stover to the government in keep ing with the Agricultural Adjust ment administrations program for conservation forage will be on hand Monday at the office of County Agent Marion according to Information received here Satur day from K Bliss at state drought relief Cerro Gordo countys quota and details on price grades and other pertinent information is beingmailed with theapplication Bliss and contracts will be granted in the order in which the applications are Only stover or fodder from corn which is cut in good condition and properly cured in the shock before the ears are husked will be pur The farmer must bale the fodder or stover and deliver same cars at the station before payment will be The ton price will be based on the kind and Olson will act as drought di rector for this a moment only huge skeletons stopping for gaze nt the Too Tourist The movement to revive the crafts is well giving the inland peasant an opportunity to dispose of what he It appeared to that Norway has be come too tourist conscious in her crnfts T recall a few clays ago wlien we were lining in the lake pavilion nt Looking at one of the tapestries that hung Odella ex pressed the opinion the price is set too One of her cousins agreed she was But someone with little brains and lots of money will buy he That revealed something of Nor ways attitude toward 47 In High LA Latimer schools are again busy with an en rollment of 47 in high 12 In junlr 13 in intermediate and 17 in Fall Dancing Season Opens 14 at Titonka Coliseum The fall and winter dancing sea son will open at the Tl according to Ralph Emerson and his gulf const record ing 11 will1 furnish the music and novelty entertain ment for the opening Dances will be held at the Coliseum there every Friday night throughout this fall and Bleich Classmate of Hoover in Grade School Dies WEST James classmate of former President Hoover in grade wan dead today after an ex tended She liked to recall that the for mer president wrote in her memory book when he 9 years the following Let your days be days of peas slip along HS slick as Bert DIES HEBE Funeral Service to Be Heicl Monday Afternoon at William died at the home of her 216 Thirteenth street about 4 oclock Friday following a longv Hilt had been in failing health since she came to Mason City In Elcena Cummings was born at but moved to Mason City at an early age and remained here until she was married here in Wil liam Following her mar most of her life was spent in and in Texas in the Grande who vas a truck farmer and fruit grow preceded Hill in death a year ago last Since her hus mnds Hill had made icr home with her mother in Mason For many years Hill had been a worker In the Methodist church in southern Surviving Hill are her moth one Frank Hill of two Roscoe and John Cummings of Mason and a Wil liam Funeral services will be held at the Randall funeral home Monday afternoon at Burial will be in Elmwood The body was taken to the Randall funeral Teaching Methods Are Discussed in Meeting All of the 110 teachers of Cerro Gordo countys rural in ad dition to several Mason City grade school instructors attended a meet ing called Saturday in the assembly room of the courthouse by Pearl county superin tendent of Margaret Ander representative of a textbook manufacturing discussed teaching methods recommended in conjunction with the geography text in use at Price Announces Six Civil Service Exams Are to Be Held Here Civil service examinations for the following positions were announced Saturday by Charles local secretary of the board of examiners Senior extension agriculturist county agent senior extension agriculturist boys and girls 4H club ex tension agriculturist extension re associate extension agriculturist extension senior extension a office of coopera tive extension department of College graduation and certain experience is chemist a bureau of entomology and plant department of College graduation and certain or postgraduate work in lieu of October 4 is the final day which applications to take these ex aminations will be ac cording to Secretary and the applicants will be examined at the local There IN here prrspntcil rarh Illy a of nntl answers nboiit Ihe Mnaim City Community Chrsl ami ItK niipronclilrii twelfth rnmtmlRn fur TliMB are rnllnnKd by n series of nrtiuil shnwinR why private nsiiirlcn nuisl cimllmin In do ninrh rrllet THOMAS MACHINE WE DO ALL KINDS OF MACHINE WORK ALL WORK GUARANTEED Phnne 2503 303 2nd Mason COMPLETE MAGNETO SERVICE Central Battery Electric Company Visit WUh and John Sharpnack returned Thursday from a 10 day trip to Mountain where they visited Sharp nacks Anthany who la a Civil war Quest Ion Why not close up such institutions as the let Scout ing give all that money to feed the poor Answer Man does not live by bread Never has the work of these agencies been more needed than in these times of more both from unemployment and from shortened The income of these agencies from fees and other nonchest support has steadily but the amount of work they are doing has steadily Boys and young men and women from cheerless and flock to their meetings and game rpomH as never As our president haa The whole not part structure of social service must go Vour Xot 3 The man in this family is n widower with ten eight of whom are at His wife died when the now seven years was He has been a for years but has been out of steady employment for more than a A living at twentyfour years i making per week and pays 58 to the Because of this young mans employment the father of the family has been unable to get Emer gency He asks help only until theplant starts again when he has been assured that he will have his job This man has built a good substantial a tenroom hovise It Is well kept by the the oldest girl being practically an invalid and deaf but ably assisted by the second This family had been formerly as sisted through the winter by the county but have been unable to get any assistance at the present LEE BAILEY INSURANCE East Stnte Phone 32S Motor Repairing By Experienced Men 1C you tiave motor tlmt Is giving you trouble bring It to We repair Hll kinds of motors and can assure you or complete satisfaction wnen you let us do the Try us once mnUe us prove New Motors Bought nntl Sold Zack ELECTRIC 306 Second Phone 077 DO THE Kind of Dye work that satisfies If you have clothes of light col of colors that you dont let us DYE All work done here in Mason Youll like our work And Just Try our Cleaning and Pressing ser Most scientific methods used and skilled men who know how to clean all fabrics Mason City Dyers and Cleaners MOl North Federal I WHY OPERATE OPERATING FOR PILES IS OUT OF Why be operated on when you cnn le cured without nn Cured painless ly without any loss of time from your no anesthetic and no Many who have dreaded an operation need wait no It Is no longer My method of treatment proven successful In thousands of PEOPLE NATURALLY DREAD AN and right fully There Is a certain element of danger in tlio simplest This being true why take even this smull chance when it can be avoided When you can have your piles treated and cured without an operation why be so foolish us to have them opernted on Diseases of men and women Hiiccnssfully SPECIALIST Office Yclland A City   

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