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Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, January 14, 1937
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TWENTY MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, JANUARY 14 • 1937 HARRY STONER, 37, HELD IN ALGQNA MURDER CASE : WAS ARRESTED FOR FORGERY New Probe Opens in Death of Woman Who Lived by Herself. ALGONA—County Attorney L. A Vvinkel said Thursday Harry Stoner, 37. was being held here in connection with the torture murder of Mrs. Anna Jergenson, | week-end. 7l\ of Algona, on April 25. 1935. j prize Winners Named. HERE AND THERE Miscellaneous Items From 125 Globe-Gazette Correspondents in North Iowa and Minnesota _ Visit With Parents. HANSELL— Miss Alene Straw from Carlisle visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Straw. Hugn 1 Messeldine. Jr.. who attends the State Teachers' college at Cedar Falls, visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Messeldine. Sr. over the Early Papers of North Iowa Kossuth county authorities returned Stoner from Waterloo Wednesday night where police ar- resied him a few days sgo on a dieck forgery charge. On July 13. 1935 a \vair::nl for tlic arrest of Stoner on charges of murder \\as issued from Justice P. A, Danson's court. The warrant was never returned and M 4.NLY — Mrs. Lloyd Iverson entertained at bridge Tuesday evening in h-?r home. Mrs. Laurence Stauner re •-• -ved high prize, Mrs. Richard Williams, low. and Mrs. Frank Hess hostess prize. Attends Moody Institute. MANLY— Miss Jean Benson, Editor's Note: The following: is one of a series of articles on Xorth Xowa newspapers from 1836-1870, gleaned from a bulletin of the University of Iowa extension department. CERKO GORDO COUNTY Cerro Gordo Press, a neutral sheet edited by the democratic ATANLY-— ; V11SS JCtill -oeuavii, ;" " , . daughter of Mr and Mrs. Elmer I ^us coon was ftrst printed in aaus,ntei <«-*•"• """ , .T,,np 1R58- on a hand cress j. ctj.Lt »• uti * — - -. — — ncnson c upon consent of county attorney. cnding then M. C. McMahon, was con- : ™ c "° ™* Benson of Manly, who has been press tinued. June. 1858, on a ' hand brought to Mason City from was a 7-column folio, Hostesses to Auxiliary. MANLY— The American Legion Auxiliary met at the Al Swartz home Tuesday evening. Mrs. Swartz, Mrs. Joe Folie and Mrs. Fred Logeman were hostesses. Bridge and bunco were played with prizes going to Mrs. Joe Hovell, high, and Mrs. Frank Garvey, low. Bunco winners were Mrs. Jack Newby, high, Mrs. Watson Tighe, low. Guest prize w?s won by Mrs. Anton Sobolik. Home From Hospital. ROCK FALLS— Richard Allen Peterson, 9 months old son of Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Peterson, returned to his "home Tuesday after- being in a Mason City hospital receiving treatment. tt i>n-»iwin& * .....w- . Ocoop Ir ifac a 7-rn mmil In in I Watprloo h?' been admitted, to i usage, it was a column 10110, i u atetioo, iri- uc . , a j home print, with the mechani- l Moody Bible Institute fori social wor k performed by Will E. i ,.«i tr.^nc rmn'^p. Jane oenson. ner _ *• ^ „ „ ,.,.,. m , _ "•"-"• , ., i Aioouy .Diuit; iiiMt'.uic. j-w. « -jv— Stoner. originally frcm Aigona, j elic , ious course Jane Benson, her was one of the duel' -:,aie wit- j Uvj » siste ^ ..- M rema i n i n Wat- nesses in the trial of Warren , erloo and finish the beauty-course she started last fall. Former Resident Visitor. PLYMOUTH—Miss Anna Pryor lias a guest, her brother Delbert of Slayton. Minn. Delbert was a for- Dale, 45, for the murder of Mrs. .Tevsenson which convened in June. 1935. at Algona in which Dale was found not guilty. Win- | ,, a t; ~ ",^7 her brother Delbert of kel then served as Dale's counsel. <•-*•• The trial developed from the robbery and death of Mrs. Jergenson. who was found beaten lo dcatii and robbed. Dale, who later pleaded guilty to a "habitual criminal charge." no\v is serving a -5 year sentence in Fort Madison penitentiary. Mrs. Jergcnion, who lived alone, died of a "fractured skull. She was thought ic have had SI,200 hidden in her home. Tucker and C. C. Doolittle, The paper remained in Mason City only two years, then was moved to Hancock county. For years it was the official paper of a half dozen counties and was said to have printed enough tax lists to paper every house in the county. Mrs. Jones Hostess. LIME SPRINGS — Mrs. Kay . Jones entertained the members of her Aid division at a tea at her home Thursday afternoon. Enrolls at Ames. MESERVEY— Harold Pals enrolled for an agriculture college course at Ames the first of the year. Will Meet Friday. CARPENTER— The N. L. Aid Duke of Windsor May Visit Near Budapest EXZESFELD. Austria, i,r — The Duke of Windsor, it was disclosed Thursday, may leave Castle , Enzesield. his retreat since dicated the British throne. :he guest of Hungarian r.ear Budapest. 10 ab- be mei P g.™°£ lfSLr °^ H p ar ty. Cerro Gordo Republican was i will meet Friday at the parish P -YKE—Mr and Mrs. Joseph begun in Mason City by an am- j house. Hostesses are Mrs. Leon' - - ~- • • ..... ai . d An d e rson and Mrs. Sever Knutson. Two Groups Install. KANAWHA—A joint installa- Sherrer and daughter. Serena, bitious schoolmaster. J. H. Ayles' - ,ved to Mason City Wednesday i worth, in April, 1861. It was a where Mr Sherrer 'is employed. | neat 6-column folio, all home About 40 friends gathered at the j print, and remained under Ayles. Sherrer home Tuesday evening for a surprise farewell party for Serena. Returns From Philippines. MESERVEY— Kenneth Jacobs is visiting his brother, H. A. Jacobs, principal of the high school. Mr. Jacobs recently returned from the Philippines where he was in the employ of nhe government. "Will .Meet Saturday. BUFFALO CENTER— The W. C. T. U. will hold an all day meeting at the home of Mrs. H. J. Schutter Saturday. . Students Give Program. PiDGEWAY— Four students of FriendSTiic former king said the Tapper Iowa umversity gave a was understood he would be i musical program at he local igh uest at a castle near Budapest, • school assembly Monday aftei- .tiest a. a neai^ ^^ ; noon _ Two violin . uvo trombone selections and two baritone solos were presented before the student at least for a thon would return here. Baron Eugene dc Rothschild. . his host, already has left for Paris ann the baroness is planning TO follow in a few days. body. worth for less than a year. He sold to Horace G. Parker and C. W. Tobin, Jan. 1, 1862. Tobin left to join the army and Silan Noyes and S. A. Sirrine then made up the firm. Several changes followed before 1870. with Noyes always one of the partners. Clear Lake Observer was subscribed by local persons who refused to pay after type had been ordered by the founder. H. D. Lindley. early in 1870. George E. Frost advanced the money, but the paper lasted through only 15 numbers under Lindley, begin- j ning in April of that year. Frost I was left with a printing office on • his hands, and he issued a strong- ' ly republican, virile paper, through 1870. His was the first abolition press ever used in the tion of the Kanawha chapters of the Masonic lodge and the Order of Eastern Star was held Tuesday evening in the Masonic hall. For the Eastern Star lodge, Mrs. A. S. Thoreson is worthy matron. For the Masonic lodgp, Torkel Jacobsen was installed as worshipful master. Return From Minneapolis. LEDYARD — Lars Scaar and Jake Stubbe returned from Minneapolis after being there on busi- 0. Roslien of Kensett, 78, Dies; Funeral on Friday jov at the time of his murder at] Upper Alton, 111. Buys Additional Hose. Submits to Operation. HAYFIELD—Miss Evelyn Bein- i iua.iuii i-u^ ju-pj c-ia u<-- S nu m rrt. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. | December, 1870, under J. G. Ham- home here following a prolonged i illness. Mr. Roslien was taken Mason City_ Express^ bcgar, in home from 'i;dolph Beinert, was operated on ouys .^aauionat JIOM;. , * — ~-t-.. -T • . . MARBLE ROCK—At a special \ i^ appendicitis at the hospital at meeting of the town Tuesday evening. 300 feet of inch and a half fire hose was pur- council i Forest City Monday. of Masons Install Officers. ana a nar lire ™*e v.« y^- ROCKWELL - Installation chased, with all fittings. With this : officers of Geneseo lodge. A. r. addition to the fire hose, all in- and A. M.. was held Tuesday eve- surance requirements are met, the : ning with George Hitzhusen as <mal!er hose making less damage ; worfl.ipful master, liable in lires on the inside of • Xeturn From Nebraska. buildings. ! PLYMOUTH—Mrs. Nellie Arm" .. - . j strong returned from an extended If science can give us a rcci-j visit in Nebraska at the home of procator that equalizes prcssu-t-1 her youngest son. Vcrn Arm- car wheels prevent si'. !e strong, . is a coach in the nn car wees . , svay why can't it do something ! schools. Mrs. Armstrong is witn ' a hospital in Mason City two weeks ago where he had spent some time seeking medics.! aid. but to no avail. Mr. Roslien was one of the pioneer residents of Worth county, having resided in the county for a number of years. He had resided at Kensett for the past 25 years, since retiring from active farm life. Surviving Mr. Roslien are his , , wife and one son, Hartwick, who CRESCO—At the annual meet- js employe d by Marshall-Swift of ing of the Historical society of| M city Funeral services will lin and I. R. Kirk, as an S-column folio with the motto. "Business," and politics, republican. 5 Cresco Clubs Will Sponsor Lecture on U. S. Indians Feb. 3 Howard county Tuesday evening, all officers were re-elected, W. H. Tillson, president: Mrs. J. H. in- State Journal. n v cau t lu uo sorneiiiin^ i M-UUUI:-. -*.n.i. .^ninoLi*-'n& .o ..i*.. j.nuwu, v^'-.j*"-'"'" *•.-> lower plate?—Wisconsin j the R. J. Armstrong family for a j Howe, vice president; ' short time. Sore Throat Pains DUE TO COLDS Eased Instantly Mason City. Funeral services will be held Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the Bethany Lutheran church, the Rev. T. Sigmond will be in charge of the services. Burial will be made at the Kensett cemetery. William Kcllow. treasurer; Mrs. C. E. Farnsworth, curator, and C. J. Harlan, secretary. It was voted to j co-operate with four of the Cres- JIT C 11 f T lUc co women's clubs in sponsoring a IVll'S. rUHerlOn i 31KS lecture on The American Indians. nn I p m nri I pcris .an, curator of the historical, memorial and art department of Iowa Des Moines. Mr. Harlan will be accompanied by Jonas M. Powc- shiek, an Indian. \ 1. Crush and stir 3 Baysr Aspirin Tablet! in };j glajl of water. ..••an ii 2. GARGIE thoroughly - throw your head way ba?V, allowing a littU to trickle down your throat. 3. R«p«al gargl« ond do not fini« mouth, allow gargle to remain on m«rnbrane» of the throat for prolonged effect. Just Gargle This Way with Bayer Aspirin Here is the .' ^^•11 araaxiug way ;o ease L**t 11 the pains of rawness of sore throat resulting from z cold we know you have ever trif^d. Crush and dissolve three genuine BAYER ASPIRIN tablets in one-third glass of water. Then gargle with thi.s mixture twice, holding your head well back. This medicinal gargle will act almost like a local anesthetic on the sore, irritated membrane of your throat. Pain eases almost instantly; rawness is relieved. Countless thousar^s now use this way to ease rore throat. Your doctor, we are sure, will approve it. And you will say it is marvelous. Get the real BAYER ASPIRIN at your druggist's by asking for it by its full name — not by the name "aspirin" alone. I Garner Woman Hurt in i Fall on Street; Ice Is Blamed in Auto Crash GARNER—Mrs. Alvin Graham. 5 miles southeast of Garner, fell ' Wednesday night on the icy street, fracturing her arm. She was attended by a local physician and taken to her home. Previous to this the same doctor treated Mrs. Irvin Van Radcn for cuts and bruises after the car driven by her husband was struck by a Hancock county gravel truck on highway No. 69 3 miles south of Klemme. I The Van Raden's are from Free- i port, 111. Their car was badly ! wrecked and they are detained I here for repairs. They had been 1 visiting in western Iowa on their ' way home. Ice on the highway, it is said, caused the accident. Louis Knoke was driving the truck. Kirkeby Funeral to Be Held in Decorah DECORAH — Funeral services will be held Friday afternoon for T. H. Kirkeby, 86, who died at the home of his son and daughter- in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Kirkeby of Decorah. The services will be held at the home and the Decorah Lutheran church, with the Rev. O. Glesnc officiating. Six children survive, Ole, Henning, Minn.; Mrs. Ida Berg, Glenwood; John, Canoe township: Mrs. Julia Ruen, and Oscar Kirkeby, of Decorah. lerton presented the subject of "Supporting Legion Legislation at a meeting of the. American Legion Auxiliary on Tuesday evening. Mrs. Fullerton stressed four things necessary to have a successful legislative program, namely, faith in the program and the justice of its demands, education of the members that they have accurate and complete information of the legislation presented, organization to co-operate with the department organization and concentration on legislation to be presented 'and the complete indorsement of the American Legion. 15 FOR A DOZEN 2 FULL DOZEN FOR 25c Virtually Ic a tablet Marble Rock Woman Dies From Pneumonia MARBLE ROCK—Mrs. Lester Blum, 25, died early Thursday from pneumonia. Nee Blanche Parcher, she was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Parcher. Surviving are her husband, and a daughter, Viola, 5. Funeral services will probably be Sunday. Girl Injured in Fall. RAKE — Maxine Ho viand, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Hovland, fell and cracked a bone in her arm. Rockford Stores Close During Grady Funeral ROCKFORD — Rockf orcl business houses were closed Tuesday afternoon to pay tribute to one of the oldest residents, Henry Grady, 35, who died at the home of his son, Roy, Saturday night and whose funeral was held at the Methodist church Tuesday. Mr. Grady was born Oct. -10, 1851, in Owen Sound, Canada. When he was 19 years old he moved with his parents to Morrison, 111., and five years later he came with his brother, Robert, to Iowa in a covered wagon. On March 31, 1879, he \vas married to Nathalie Dowson. He is survived by two sons, Roy and Harry. Mr. Grady served as director of the Farmers Exchange company and also a director of the Rockford Brick and Tile company. New flamoton Liars Club Plans Banquet NEW HAMPTON—The annual dinner for the Liars club, a Chickasaw county fisherman club, will be held at the Miller hotel Thursday evening with more than 100 members expected. The club was organized three years ago with a membership of 10. Only membership requisition is that the •person has been on at least one fishing trip into northern Minnesota. Capons were on the menu. Mayor's Post Hereditary. BERLIN, (UP)—For the past 128 years the mayors of the little township of Scherinbeck have all belonged to the same family. The latest mayor. Kurt Maasen, has just died and the townspeople are seekinc to have his son elected to the office. JURY ACQUITS FRANK BLACK Emrnetsburg Man Freed of Charge of Assisting in Escape. EMMETSBURG — After one hour of deliberation, a jury in district court here Wednesday night returned a verdict of not guilty for 'Frank Black, 38, Emmetsburg laborer on trial here since Tuesday charged with aiding a prisoner to escape. BU;k was accused of furnishing a saw to Emold Tilley, Rodman youth, who filed his way to freedom from the county jail here last June. Captured a few hours later, Tilley named Black as his- accomplice.' The two had been fellow inmates, with Black released a short time before Tilley's escape, Tilley, held on a car theft charge, pleaded guilty of larceny and was given a 10 year term in Anamosa prison. He was brought back here this week to testify against his former friend. Tilley said Black, a trusty, obtained the "blade" at ?. county shed i*ear the jail, concealed it in his shoe until nightfall, then placed it underneath a chair seat in the jail where Tilley retrieved it. "I sawed through the bars two weeks before I made my escape," Tilley explained. Denying the charges, Black took the stand Wednesday and declared- that "Tilley was always blowing off about how he was, going to break out and he claimed he had a saw hid there from the last time he was in jail." DECORAH -*• Funeral services TV 11 man Funeral Ts Held will be held Friday for Mrs. Car- iruman runerai is neia ^ |oUne GHmps ^ * Tesident of De _ in Lime OpringS Lhurcn corah, who died Tumday at the AGED DEG8RAH WOMAN DIES Mrs. Glimps^ 93, Will Be Buried Friday; Two Daughters Left. LIME SPRINGS—O. M. Truman, for many years a resident of Lime Springs, died at his home here Monday. Funeral services were held at the Presbyterian church Wednesday afternoon. home'of her daughter, Mrs. E. V. Farrington, in West Decorah. The services will be held in the parlors Mrs. Cummins Head of BRIT T—The Congregational Ladies' aid met Wednesday afternoon in the church dining eoom and elected: President, Mrs. Cummins; first vice president Mrs. N. P. Nelson: second vice president, Mrs. Sophia Hennings; secretary, Mrs. Alex Anderson; -treasurer, Mrs. Lyle Pearce. Mrs. N. P. Nelson and Mrs. Alfred Wallen were hostesses. of the Winneshiek county Burial association, with '(he Rev. O. | Sandbach. pastor of the M. E. church, officiating. Burial will be made in Phelps cemetery. - - - - Mrs. Glimps was born in Elgin. Wv at Rrirt'l II! - Her P arents came to Iowa to iety at Diui| settle in lhe pio: jBrittO. E. S. Group to Be at Algona Session ALGONA—The Algona Order of Eastern Star will hold an open meeting Jan. 19 at the Masonic temple at which several past grand officers will be present as well as the Britt O. E. S. chapter.- Mrs. Fannie Hammill of Britt, past grand mtaron; Mis. Laura Lenz of Mason City, past grand chaplain, i afld Mrs. Mary Foutz of Sioux 1 City, past grand marshal, w'll be the installing officers here. Mrs. Delia McCullough will be installed worthy mail-on and A. W. Behrends, worthy patron, succeeding Mrs. W. P. French and A. W. Behrends. : pioneer days, making the trip with their 10 year old daughter in a covered wagon. They settled near Hesper. She was married in 1859 at Prairie du Chien, to Benjamin Glimps of De- Former Alcona Man Dies. ALGONA—The body of Fred Clark, about 56, who died at his home Tuesday in Fargo. N. Dak., was brought to Algona for burial. He was in the implement business here from 1910 to 1912. i . __ j county after an absence of eight corah.' The couple continued to j years, and again located on the home farm. Mr. Glimps died the same year. Two daughters survive, Mrs. George D. Stewart of Portland, Ore., and Mrs. Farrington of Decorah. live ot the home farm until 1900 when they moved to Colorado because of the poor health of Mr. Glimps. They returned- to Winneshiek 50c IODENT TOOTH PASTE Made by « Dcntiit 25c Size LISTERINE TOOTH POWDER with purchase of 60c size Campana's ITALIAN BALM 85c Value Both for Mail Orders Filled Same Day Received. Orders Amounting to S2 or Less, Add lOc for Postage. 13 N. Federal Ave. Phone 909. and POWDER PUFF is yours for only witn any purchase of 50c or more in Ford .Hopkins Cosmetic Department during, this sati, .A practical, moisture proof bag, size 4 x S 1 /i inches for your make-up needs. LIVER OIL CONCENTRATE TABLETS •Builds up resistane against illness by supplying the much needed Vitamin A 69c 50c Pacquin's HAND CREAM 39c TRE-JUR COMPACTS Smart, modern designs. 3 ACCESSORIES co Your CAarm Perfume, Lipstick and Rouge .Compact EVENING IN PARIS PERSONALITY ENSEMBLE S1.65 Value 1.10 2.00 Du Barry Rose Crear MASK 1.00 SOc HIND'S Honey & Almond 1 CREAM ulith dispenitr 33c SOLAROL ^Concentrate CAPSULES 250 POND'S TISSUES with purchase, of a jar of VITAMIN "F" TISSUE CREAM A Double Rich Cream with Vitamins D and F. 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Build up your child to resist winter ail mcnts with HAL1BETTES, the cod liver oil conftining vitamins A and D in solvable gelatin capsule form. 50 HALIBETTES 69c Dorit COUX3H COIDS KUIED WITH ^ VAPOR FUMES I BUD brciuitn( tick jour own cold urmi. Tbn'i Iwbit hippeni «thcn jour nos« li itulted nnd jou I ciri't lnh=I« «o«l fr«li «lr. Bl«t open lhos« noitrUili I Pul JD end to lh» misery mil lormtct of tin pcrtlnl I nidi. Sprinkle VAPEX on » humkercliitf or pillow. I Dreaihc in the metJlcJileil furaei. No messy -dropper. I No Internal medicines. V»ptx U the cleanest, swill- I *it. tureit rflllef tor he»d coldi. gy Jf ^ ^ A B J ^^•^^•^^•^•^^^^^^^••v^w f~\ S6t&&04. re fie IS H A M P O O askforMEMTHO-MULSION IF IT FAILS'TO STOP YOUR" COUGH DUE TO COLDS ASK FOR YOUR MONEY BACK £?£ 69? |Givcs billowy sods rjg rff»e.-lo<trou$ bair new life, new lustre to your hair. SELF INFECTION! is a common danger during a cold. Germs arc inhaled back into the nose when handkerchiefs arc us-:d. 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