Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on December 24, 1936 · Page 53
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 53

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Thursday, December 24, 1936
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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, DECEMBER 24 • 1936 We Warmly thank you for the friendly patronage and courtesies you have granted us during the past year. LARNER'S 13 South Federal Ave. NORTON, LIME I SPRINGS, DIES I Prominent Resident Is | Victim of Heart ; Attack. i LIME SPRINGS—D. E. Hortoa died at his home Monday evening. I He had been in failing health for i the past few years and death was ! due to a heart attack. Mr. Horton i had always been a prominent fig! urc in the town and county. For many years he was a druggist and later was appointed postmaster ; under a democratic president : which office he held for several i years. He also held county offices. : He is survived by his wife and ! sons, Millard and Dr. Vincent Horton of Calmar, and four daughters. Visitor From Comfrcy. ROCKWELL—Dan Enius of Comfrcy, Minn., is a holiday guest of his sister, Mrs. Tess Mullaney. A Merry Christmas and A Happy New Year S.&.H.Wolf Auto Wrecking 816 South Federal Six Die in Collapse of Philadelphia Building ' Neighbors 82 Years Exchange Greetings But Once Near Osage OSAGE, (UP)—Henry Lesch, retired farmer, and Miss Mary Lewis, a neighbor for 82 years, always have lived within two miles of each other—yet they have exchanged, greetings only oftce. That was five years ago when they passed each other on the street during the Osage Diamond jubilee celebration. Their parerts, Mitchell county pioneers, settled on farms, two miles south of Osage. The: Cedar river ran between the two places. In the summer the water was too high to ford and there was no bridge. Heavy timber and snow made a visit in the winter virtually impossible. Nobody can say Dr. Townsend didn't have the nicest plan for growing old.—Toledo Blsde. The ruins of two rickety and overcrowded tenement houses in Philadelphia are shown above after the collapse of the buildings, which was followed by fire. Six persons died and scores were injured. Police and firemen are shown searching the ruius. It was two hours after the collapse of the buildmss before a searcli could be made. All Is Well, All Is Bright A ND from our hearts we wish you a Merry Christmas and Joy and Good Will in everything you do. We are deeply grateful for the attention you have given us all during the past year. Cerro Gordo Maytag Co. A Royal Baby PHONE 2067 22 Second St. N. E. Kindly accept our Holiday Greetings and Good Wishes for a Joyous Christmas. Mier Wolf & Sons His Imperial Highness. Prince Yo-shi-no-Miya Masahito, second son of the emperor of Japan, is shovvn above. The handsome little prince was photographed recently on the occasion of his first birthday. Wishing You a Merry Christmas CLEANERS • •HJR.R.tCRS Swi .R.tCRS J Phont 788 or 789 Deliveries in 100 Towns Legislative Highlights Trouble—Representative Paul Cunningham (R) of Des Moines held up a vote on a compensation bill for legislators in the house for a few minutes, while he searched through his pockets for his voting key. When Speaker Mitchell asked "Have all voted," Cunningham shouted "No!' 1 all the while frantically Going through his pockets Finally he found the key and a very relieved expression came over his face. In Memory—The senate and the house both paused long enough Wednesday to vote a resolution honoring the memory of A. L. Urick, former state labor commissioner and former president of the state labor federation. Swan Song-—Caroline Pendray of Maquoketa, first woman elected a state representative and then the first woman elected a state senator, appeared in her chair on the senate floor Wednesday for the first time during the special session. She's a "lame duck" by choice, since she did not run for re-election. "I've had the flu," she explained. "One chill and fever after another. "But I wanted to be here to cast a vote on the unemployment act—my last vote." Mrs. Pendray indicated that "she's still a, political possibility." "I'd like to go-to congress," she said, "but I'm a dry and my district is wet." "Anything else in mind? Oh yes,- but we'll have to see about that." Will Entertain Guests. LIME SPRINGS—Mrs. Hannah Hughes will entertain the members of her family at a Christmas dinner, her sons, Bernard of Cedar Falls, Woodrow or Ames, Webster and wife of Waterloo and daughter and husband, Mr. and We Find joy in extending to you Christmas cheer and best wishes for good fellowship all the coming year. CERRO GORDO NASH CO. 116 SOUTH DELAWARE By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS | On the Desk—To the Iowa sen- i ate carr.e Frank Shane of Eldon | to sit in the senate chamber for | an afternoon in the same chair he j occupied for nearly a half score j of sessions prior to 1930 as the j senator from Wapello. j Many a veteran senator came by to shake his hand, chat about the "good old days -,"hen we elected you presiding officer pro tern without a vote against you." The senator grinned his disarming smile, leaned back and cocked his feet, on the corner of his one time desk. ''My you look familiar, 1 ' quipped j a veteran reporter. "That's all we ' ever could see of you.' 1 "I was comfortable," chuckled Shane. "Yeah," said another senator, "but you made it uncomfortable for some of the rest of us when you did take your feet down and put a bill through before the rest of us got our eyes open." We extend to you our heartiest wishes for a delightfully M e r r y Christmas and hope it will fulfill your highest expectations. S, S. Kresge Company 25c to $1.00 Store Compliments of the Season Happiness, Health and Prosperity to you all-^ur loyal friends and patrons! May the day be full to overflowing with real Christmas Joy! HENKEL Concrete & Supply Company 525 9th St. S. C. Mrs. Herbert Palmer and children of Waterloo. Home From Luther. LED YARD — Tilmer Halverson who is attending Luther college in Decorah is with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Halverson, for the holidays. And now again do we offer our sincerest Christmas wishes to the many new and old friends we have served this year. WEBSTER Lumber, Inc. 516 SECOND ST. N. W. PHONE 808 We extend the season's Greetings and wish for you a most Prosperous New Year CRYSTAL LAKE ICE & FUEL CO. 11 First St. S.W. 1 i a a a a a » a a a a a a a minus TlttflS I

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