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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - December 1, 1939, Mason City, Iowa FRIDAY DECEMBER 1 1939 MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE Charles City GlobeGazette OFFICE PHONE 1052 nu 3o Don Sqndell Manager Office af 603 Riverside Drive News Correspondent Phone 31 8 Residence Phone 937J Two Improvements Started 2ND FLOOR FOR HANSENBLOCK Lamp Buys Blumensteil Studio Repairs Now New Building Later CHARLES CITY Improve ments have started on twp busi ness blocks on Main street H C Hansen is building an addition to the Charles City creamery located at North Main and Richings streets A second story will be added to the present building and will extend back 40 feet The entire floor of the build ing will be remodeled Mr Hansen sells milk and ice cream and makes butter and the growth of the business necessi tated the improvements Peter Lamp has purchased the Blumenstiel studio building at 600 North Main street and will im prove the property immediately The upstairs will be made into j two apartments and the ground floor will be converted into one large room Mr Lamp said that later he plans to move the building to the back of the lot and build a two story structure on the corner Charles City Youth Is Included in Whos Who DUNCAN LAMPMAN Charles City Man Dies After Illness Service on Monday CHARLES CITY August Koentopp 82 died late Friday morning at his home 505 Free man street in Charles City after a lengthy illness Funeral service will be Monday at 2 p m with the Hauser fu neral home in charge The Rev W M Fritschel of the Lutheran STflTC ST fflFG WfllK UPSTAIRS church will read the final rites Burial will be at Riverside ceme tery Surviving Mr Koentopp are his widow a son Carl a brother William and two sisters One Mrs OTillie Haus lives in Charles City while the other Mrs Bertha Beck lives at Nashua Leslie Ryden Gets First Floyd License CHARLES Ryden local service station operator got Floyd county automobile license No 1 as the new plates went on sale Friday The local man also got the first plates issued a year ago One hundred sixty sets of plates had been issued up to early afternoon Friday Campus Honors Won by Duncan Lampman at ISTC Cited m Book CHARLES CITY Duncan Lampman a senior at Iowa State Teachers college who is spending his Thanksgiving vacation with his parents Mr and Mrs Frank A Lampman 605 North Illinois street will be listed in the 193940 issue of Whos Who Among Stu dents in American Universities and Colleges The book is published through the cooperation of more than 500 American colleges and students for national recognition are selected by an unprejudiced committee Mr Lampman who was vale dictorian and president of the Na tional Honor society in the Charles City high school will receive his bachelor of arts degree in June He is majoring in industrial arts tand mathematics and minoring in physics In college he has continued his is z CENSUS TAKERS WILL PRY INTO AMERICAN LIFE Social Conditions to Be Investigated Via New Questions WASHINGTON ques tions to be asked in the 1940 census soon to be shown to the public in a personal sort of way will pry into corners of Ameri can life that have never been fully explored In addition to the timeworn job of finding out how many per sons live in the United States and that each state will know how many members of con gress it is entitled census will ask a group of questions whose answers will be pieced into a mosaic of social conditions A few of the new topics are Whether homes are owned or rented and their value School attendance and the highest grade completed The citizenship of foreign born residents Changes of residence in the last five years Whether persons have jobs are seeking jobs and if not why not if they are looking for jobs how long have they been out of work if they have jobs what are they working at Their salaries wages or income high scholastic work and is a and the source member of Epsilon Pi Tau What persons have social se Kappa Delta Po and Kappa Mu curity amounts and the proper CLIWRAKE GIOBEGAMTE j CLEAR LAKE KGLQ OFFICE RASMUSSEN BLDG 207 WEST MAIN ST OFFICE PHONES 239 AND 259 KENNETH CARpY Circulation LUCIA ONEIL News Editor Home Phone 396J Deadline for radio news is 0 a m printed news 13 a m TED ADAMS Advertising Home Phone 464W Deadline for locals classified display ads is 31 a m ind If you do not receive your paper till 289 or 259 After 6 p in call 464W I and Mrs S A Bnansvold Mr and Mrs J I G Brunsvold and Mrs Henry Brunsvold attended the funeral of the formers only sister Mrs Ing bor Opime at Estherville Wednes day Christmas TOYS and GIFTS Bigger and Better Than Ever See Our Fine Selection BOOMHOWER HARDWARE 118 North Federal B B Epsilon national honorfraternities in industrial arts education and mathematics respectively He is president of the United Student movement the campus religious organization and member of the Industrial Art guild Duncan has given considerable time to music having played solo and first parts for three years in the concert band two years in the mens band and one year in the theater orchestra Two scholar ships made itpossible for him to complete his college course MANY GUESTS FOR TURKEY DAY Friends and Relatives Arrive m Numbers for Thanksgiving Day CHARLES of town guests who spent Thanksgiving with relatives and friends here were Mr and Mrs Willis Buck ler and baby of Rudd guests of beenseeking light Mr and Mrs W H Buckler At the home of Mr and Mrs A B Benz were their sons Leland Benz and family of Ames and Stanley Benz Ankeny Guests at the home of Dr and Mrs L E VonBerg included his tion of their wages or salary sub ject to tax Besides this material which will furnish the meat for eco nomists to feed upon for a dec ade a separate list of questions is being prepared for a housing census These too are virtually in final form but no money has yet been provided for the survey This study if made will pro vide a complete picture of liv ing conditions asking such questions as Where and what kind of houses do Americans live in When were they built and are repairs needed What kind of water supply toilets and bathing facilities do they have How are they lighted and heated How many radios and mechani cal refrigerators do they have What kind of rents are paid What is the mortgage status LEAGUE PARTY PROGRAM SET Annual Gathering to Celebrate Christmas at City Hall Meeting CLEAR LAKE Mrs T G Burns will read The Christmas Pie an original oneact play written by herself at the Civic Leagues annual Christmas party next Tuesday afternoon in the city hall Mrs Burns play is based on a French short story She will read the parts of four principals The annual party is scheduled to start at p m A roup of soprano solos will be sung by Mrs T H Stahl ac companied on the piano by her daughter Norma Members have been asked to bring a gift for the Civic League Christmas tree The gifts will go I in the Christmas basket and be distributed to needy families A 10 cent gift exchange also will be conducted at the party Mrs Le land Jacobson is to lead commu nity singing The program committee for the party includes the Mesdames Art Johnson Bruce Kennedy T J Farnan Oscar Peterson Leland Jacobson and Will Rich Well No Wonder Well Wont Work Its Just Too Full CLEAR LAKE Sometimes a well wont work because its too full C W Butts Sr welldriller was called to repair a well at the Frank Hoyt farm southwest of Ventura that was yielding only a small amount of water Mr Butts came up with 18 feet of pipe and a cylinder the first time he plumbed the well The second trip unearthed a 14 foot piece of pipe and another cylinder The third cleaning resulted in still another cylinder and 1V4 feet of piping The well is no longer its pumping 60 gal lons of water a minute SEALS Clear Lake Briefs Clear Lake Churches ZION UNITED LUTHERAN Sunday school oclock Morning worship 11 oclock Lu ther League Confirmands Satur day morning Ruben Mostrom pastor METHODIST Sunday school oclock The Daughters of Union Vet erans will meet Monday Dec 4 at p m in the Legion hall Use our layaway plan for Christmas Jacobsons News Stand Mr and Mrs Harold Aitchison entertained Mr and Mrs T B Aitchison Mrs W B Scroggins and Mrs Edmund Ransom with their son and daughter Keith and Ruth at Thanksgiving dinner Thursday Relax enjoy yourself at Ritz recreation parlors Hi Kinner manager St Patricks church choir will practice Friday night at the church at instead of Wednes day as previouslj announced The fishingseason closed at midnight Thursday Crosley radios S799 up Fisk tires up Holaday Store P T Jensen drove to Des Moines Wednesday to spend Quick Replies to Christmas Seal Letters CLEAR response to the first Christmas seal letters is reported by Mrs C A Corn stock Clear Lake drive chairman i CHRISTMASSY1 Frlday that a purchase was made by Bob Sweiger one hour after the firstlet ters went out in the mail Mrs Comstock also told of a party that called at her house to buy seals the u opening day of fc froM the carnpaigrl to roar Homt from senci to Denmark Tuberculoih Miss I r m a Goldberg teacher of Commercial education and her pupils assisted in typing and preparing the let ters for mailing To date 948 Christmas seal letters have been mailed in Clear Lake Morning worship 11 oclock Thanksgiving with his sons Vic worth League oclock Eve ning service B Collins pastor GOSPEL TABERNACLE Church school 10 oclock Morn ing worship 11 oclock The Rev sister Mary Mrs William Mary Hickman and Jean of St Paul his brother and sisterin law Dr and Mrs John VonBerg FIRST CUTS LEAN PORK SHOULDER Roast 10 YOUNG LEAN SPARE Ribs 10 Tender Made PORK CUTLETS L 15c Sugar BACON SQUARES u 100 PURE BULK OR PKG Fresh Home Made Country Style Pork 3 Ibs Lard 7c Roths Tendered PICNICS 46 Ib Avg Mild Delicious A REAL TREAT Lb 15c Sugar Cured Sliced BREAKFAST BACON Lb 15c Pork Toils Ox Toils Neck Bones Sauerkraut Pigs Feet 5 Fancy Young Tender Lego 1 A Muttonlb I U 3 Pound Bag PAN CAKE FLOUR Fresh Sliced Lean PORK Lb 9c Tender Juicy Shorr Cuts CLUB STEAK L 15c Tender Good Quality BEEF POT Roast 115 Tender Milk Fed CHOPS STEAK ROAST Veal 13c Large Small WIENERS Lb Home Style RING BOLOGNA Lb 13c and two children of Albert Lea Minn and his mother Mrs Mary i have been held VonBerg of Albert Lea Mr and Mrs George Schultz and Mr and Mrs Guy Lytle of Hibbing Minn spent Thursday at j the Ed Meek home Joe Cerwinski of Ackley and Sheldon Cerwinski of Iowa City spent Thanksgiving with their parents Mr and Mrs O A Cer winski Miss Lorraine Buckman who teaches at Oxford Junction is spending the weekend with her parents Mr and Mrs George Buckman Miss Helen McCue who teaches in the high school went to Creston to visit her parents during the Thanksgiving vacation Irwin Floyd went to Fort Riley to spend the holiday week end with his brother Bob who enlisted in the armv All these are topics on which the new deal economists have for the last four or five years Many of the administrations social endeavors have been aimed at the improve ment of conditions whose exist ence had been dejected by incom plete surveys Oddly enough the 1940 census providing the first complete measurement of those needs will not begin to pump in the returns until well into 1941 By that time a new presidential election will and Mrs G D Cook and Mr and Mrs Hugh Warner Cleveland Ohio were visitors Wednesday in the Ernest Nielsen home Gets Dress as Gift Pythians Coming to District Conference From Dozen Towns CHARLES City will be host to the Third district Pythian meeting Wednesday eve ning Dec 6 Among the grand of ficers expected to the meeting are Ed Maurice grand chancellor Es therville R H Hibbs Marengo grand keeper of records W H Barnhar New Hampton grand prelate Walter F Pose New Hampton district deputy The third district includes Py thian lodges in New Hampton Nashua Clear Lake Greene Rockford Ackley Iowa Falls Shell Rock Hampton Ken sett and Charles City Charles City Briefs Donald Konken of Nashua has moved to Charles City He is em ployed at the Walsh Manufactur ing company Mrs Jake Springer is ill at her home on Sixteenth avenue Miss Rena Parr who has been visiting her parents Mr and Mrs C H Parr has returned to Poca tello Idaho where she is em ployed Jackie Rockafeler 26 months old son of Mr and Mrs John Rockafeler has recovered suffi ciently from an attack of infan tile paralysis so the family is re leased from quarantine The C R Secor family has moved here from Waterloo Mr Secor works for the Iowa Public Service company LONEROCK George Streeck and Dick Rick of Plankington S Dak are here visiting the Rev and Mrs C G Sinning Paul Freligh will speak Christian Endeavor oclock Evening service oclock Mrs Paul Freligh will speak CHURCH OF CHRIST At I O O F hall Preaching oclock Sunday school L Kratz pastor CHURCH OF CHRIST SCIENTIST North East street Sunday school 10 oclock Church service 11 oclock Services Wednesday eve ning 8 oclock LAKESIDE Sunday school 10 oclock Preaching service 11 Mrs Charles Hill LUTHERAN MISSOURI SYNOD At Legion hall Sunday school and divine services 9 oclock PEOPLES At Legion hall Sunday school 10 oclock Morning worship 11 oclock Young peoples service 7 oclock Evening worship odock Prayer service Thursday Merwin CONGREGATIONAL Church school 10 oclock Class es for all ages Morning worship 11 oclock Sermon by the pastor Special music by the choir under the direction of Mrs C A Pease Anthem Rejoice and Sing by Wagner Solo I Shall Not Pass Again This Way Effinger sung by Mrs C A Pease Congo club oclock Young people of high school age and older are invited to B Calhoun pastor BETHLEHEM LUTHERAN Sunday evening service the Rev J O Blaness South Haven Minn will speak No morning ser vice Ladies aid Wednesday Dec tor and Thomas He returned Thursday evening C W Butts Sr for well drill ing pump and windmill repair ing Phone 107 Mrs H G Bruchner was en tertained recently at an afternoon coffee party and tea towel shower given by Mrs W N Hill and Mrs George Nelson at Mrs Hills home Mr and Mrs Bruchner are moving from their farm home to 313 Clara street next Tuesday following their farm sale New Years reservations SI50 per person at Ritz hotel and Golf club Order now avoid regrets Mr and Mrs C F Crane left Friday morning for California motoring via Mexico City They will be joined by Mr and Mrs C j H Plattenburg at Indianola or at Excelsior Springs Mo Mr and Mrs Crane expect to return to Clear Lake the latter part of Feb ruary Henri Karls Dixieland Band at Golf club Sat Dec 2 Adm 40c per person plus tax Mr and Mrs T H Calhoun of Griswold spent Wednesday night with Mr Calhouns brother the Rev J B Calhoun and family The two families spent Thanks giving day at Lake Mills at the home of their parents Dr and Mrs J A Calhoun Danish Princess 5 oclock tea spoons 4 for SI Pattersons Miss Marguerite Johnson vuho is teaching at Conova S D spent Thanksgiving with her parents Mr and Mrs Art Johnson She i will return to Canova Sunday illis Garren Rites Held Here Burial at Rippey Cemetery Funeral services for Willis Garren 23 who died at a local hospital Wednesday from injuries received in an automobile acci dent Sunday were held at the Memorial chapel of the Major funeral home Friday morning The Rev J Lee Lewis pastor of the First Baptist church was in charge of services Miss Faith Nolterieke sang The End of the Road She was ac companied by Mrs Roy Servison who also played obsequial music before and at the close of the service The body was taken to Rippey Iowa where services were also held at the Methodist church Fri day afternoon Burial was at the Rippey cemetery Retires After 40 Years of Police Rail Work NEW HAMPTON After 40 years of railroading and police work William F Krueger retired Friday from active service March 15 1900 he started work ing for the Chicago Great Western railroad company as section fore man In 1911 he was appointed chief of police and served in that capac ity until March 15 1919 when he again resumed his work for the railroad company Brown So your son had to leave college on account of poor eyesight White Yes his mistook the dean of women for a Goodland Kans NewsRepublic 6 2 oclock the church base Mrs Larry Adler wife of the harmonica king is pictured wearing her dress made of spun frift of H H Nawoh the maharajah of Pam apur who was so delighted when Adler played two of his favor ite songs that he pave Mrs Ad ler the srown Nawob is said to be one of the richest men in the world M Stenby pastor Ackley Will Launch Christmas Saturday ACKLEY Ackleys Christmas opening will be held Saturday Streets will be decorated ad vance showing of Christmas mer chandise will be displayed and Santa Claus will arrive The Ackley Commercial club is serving coffee and doughnuts in the afternoon and evening ERECT BUILDING and Baker plumbing and heating firm will erect a one story brick shop and office here Clear Lake Mr and Mrs Bernard Orcutt who were married Dec 1 1936 Ruth Elaine Nickerson whose sixth birthday anniversary is Dec 1 Congratulations items are news hence they arc published without charge If possible please phone your items to 239 the day lefore publication OPEN SHOP Willis Gaines has opened a beauty shop in the resi dence she and her husband re cently purchased at the corner of State and Sixth streets Miss Allene Havig will Gaines in the shop assist Mrs BUYS RESIDENCE W Nichols has purchased the Mrs Flora Bailliff residence on North Tenth street ANNOUNCE AUCTION SHEFFIELD The Lutheran Brotherhood is sponsoring an auc tion sale to be held at the Rock Island stockyards Dec 13 Each member of the local Lutheran congregation will donate a hog to be sold to the highest bidder The report on Commercial street today that the entire British navy was blown up was started by a drunk man who held a newspaper upside down while he was looking at a picture of the British Old Snort Residence at Goldfield Constructed EAGLE GROVE A residence at Goldfield owned by Ed Hartley is nearing completion The property will occupy an acre of ground and the house will have five rooms on the ground floor seven on the second floor and four in the basement There will be three bathrooms and three fireplaces The outside construction of the building will be of stone of ir regular shape SHOE REPAIRS Bring sports shoes here for Our thrifty prices keep the family budget happy CENTRAL SHOE SHOP 117 South Federal Ave Phone 396 Have Your Winter Clothing CLEANED or DYED Now Prompt Efficient Service Mason City Dyers Cleaners 1401 North Federal Ave Plan Hot Lunches in Lime Springs School LIME have been completed to have hot lunches served free of cost in the Lime Springs school made avail able through the Surplus Com modities corporation The progranx will gtart Monday Mrs Cheney will have charge of the preparation and serving of the lunches New Hampton Youth Cuts Leg With Ax NEW HAMPTON Alvin Schwickerath New Hampton farm youth 20 suffereda fractured leg when his ax slipped while he was cutting wood and broke a bone in 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