Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on July 27, 1948 · Page 15
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 15

Mason City, Iowa
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Tuesday, July 27, 1948
Page 15
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Luana Farmer Wounds Wife Charges She Put Aspirin in Coffee Luana, (/P) — Clayton County Sheriff Arno Mueller reported a Luana farmer shot and critically wounded his wife Saturday morning after accusing her of putting aspirin in his coffee and then killed himself. The dead man, Mueller said, was Ernest Faber, 48. His 28-year- old wife was reported in critical condition in a postville hospital. i. Mueller said the Faber's 5-year- old son, Glenn, told of peeking through the barn door and seeing his father beat his mother with a HEARING AIDS $25.00 to $150.00 Batteries All Kinds DR. J. H. LEPPER, Opt. 28 First St. S. E. hard rubber mallet. The boy then heard a shot and ran. Tell Story The sheriff said the children told this story: Glenn returned to the barn with a sister, Lavonne, 14. They heard a 2nd shot. Then they helped their mother to the house and called a doctor. Officers found Faber's body in the haymow on top of a double barreled 12 guage shotgun. Had 9 Children The Faber's had 9 children. Coroner E. W. Tuecke gave a verdict of attempted murder and suicide. Mueller said neighbors reported that Faber had seemed irrational in recent weeks. Return From Harvest Goldfield—Mr. and Mrs. Dick Farquahr and children have returned from a month in the south where Mr. Farquahr and several men from this vicinity have been following the wheat harvest from Texas northward with his 2 combines and trucks. He will operate the combines in this vicinity during the small grain harvest. Lee Jorgensen and Larry Frakes accompanied the Farquahrs on their trip .southward. Wod*l 7-A Legj lock open—and each pair ii comtructad ai a jingle unit for flr«ater strength, easier folding. folding (jjtil/ty tab/e A handy helper anywhere in the home — kitchen, laundry, nursery or playroom. All-metal . . . 29J" high . . . with 21"x34" top finished in baked-on Polymerin enamel — resistant to chipping, scratching or staining. Chromium-plated legs fold flat for easy storage. Available with white top only. Carrie Van Hess £o 20 East State Phone 17 OH, LOOK, JOHN . . . here's a pleasant surprise" * * ihe Speea .s^ce^^o^tX- v<i*^ po' v** 'os*^ * ' tffc""*. —^ Do you want a pleasant surprise? Then check Speed Qneen prices. Let us show you (1) how a Speed Queen saves you money; (2) how it washes faster and cleaner; (3). why it lasts years longer; 1 (4) why upkeep cost is virtually nothing; and (5) why over 1% million Speed Queen users are so thoroughly satisfied with their Speed Queens. IRON IN HALF THE TIME Yowr horn* laundry it not com. ptat* without a Sp««d Qw«*n r. A»k for a dcmonttration. 20 East Stato iB Van Ness Co Phone 17 v Ciowns and Pretty Girls Featured in 5-Ring Circus P. T. Barnum once said that "clowns are pegs used to hang circuses on." They come in mighty handy, especially when a pretty girl needs assistance. The numer- aus buffoons with the huge Dailey Brothers Circus are no exception. Dailey Brothers Circus has scores of pretty girls too, and they excel in aerial, acrobatic and riding presentations under the longest circus tent in the world. Five rings, the hippodrome track and a maze of aerial rigging are kept active throughout the 2 hour show. All of this and much more may be expected when the big show comes to Mason City lor 2 jerformances at 3 and 8 p. m. on Thursday, Aug. 5. The 1948 edition of America's fastest-growing circus has 25 elephants, more than 100 fine horses and ponies, trained lions, tigers and bears, camels and zebras, leopards, monkeys and apes, and an }strich which never buries its head in the sand because it is afraid it will miss something. A spectacular pageant entitled 'Bengal" features hundreds of Deople and animals richly gowned, an elephant ballet, Indians and cowboys, and one of the finest brass bands in all circusdom. Dailey Brothers Circus features popular prices. Charles City Briefs Mr. and Mrs. Lee Thomas and children, formerly of Hollywood, Ca3., have moved to Charles City and are now staying at the home of Mrs. Nellie Thomas, 901 Court street. Mr. and Mrs. Merle Edwards and Donald Edwards of Miami, ?la., arrived Friday night at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Fetzer, 200 Second avenue, where they will visit 2 weeks. District Court Clerk L. V. Leigh Friday issued a marriage license to Harold I. Seelye, 21, and Avis Jean Bluhm, 18, both oE Charles City. Mr. and Mrs. William Bubb, 802 Jackson street, i-eturned Friday night from a 3 weeks motor trip. At Dixon, 111., they visited Mr. and Mrs. H. Byers' and D. Miller, son of the Bubbs, came by train from hicago, where he has been standing college, and visited with :hem. They then took Don back to Chicago and continued on their :rip to Niagara Falls, Buffalo, N. Y., Albany, N. Y., Bridgeport, Conn., New York City, and other joints on the Hudson river. At Williamsport, Pa., they visited VTrs. NeJJie Lowe and David and Sugene Bubb and Mrs. Luina 31air, all brothers and sisters of Mr. Bubb. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Hildebrand of Greene, are the parents of a daughter, born at the Cedar Valley hospital Friday night. Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Katcher of Vlilton, Ore., are visiting in the home of Guy Katcher and family, 1200 Grove street. Mrs. Sammy Davis and Geneva, of Borger, Tex., are visiting at .he home of Mr. and Mrs. John White, 901 Court street. Don White, formerly of Newton, s now living at 605 Wisconsin street. He is employed at Hampson's men's wear in the dry clean- 'ng department. Mrs. H. W. Anthony, of Brownwood, Tex., arrived Friday at the lome of her daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Allan Sar, 300 Sixth avenue, where she will visit for 2 weeks, Mrs. C. M. Palmer, of Providence, R. I., is visiting at the lome of Mrs. Peari Lackey, 501 Kelly street. She is a former harles City resident. The City Improvement associa- :ion will meet Tuesday at the home of Mrs. Carlyle Ellis, Sunrise Hill. Movers at Wesley Wesley — The Ernest Sheets family moved from Hutchins to the Olsen market building. He operates the Standard station. The Glen Englebergs of Clear Lake moved into a new trailer home north of Margaret Bentor's. He began work July 26 at the Farmers' creamery. Bob McMurrays md Kenneth Andersons moved to :he apartment over Kopper's furniture store from the Adams office building. The Joe DeMairs of Sioux City will move to the apartment over Grifhorst's drug store. Ke will teach in the local high school. Man's Ankles Broken in Fall From Corn Bin Charles City—Walter Fisher of Nashua broke both ankles in a fall from the top of a corn crib, which was being towed on a truck at Charles City Saturday afternoon. Fisher was on the bin to check wires and tree limbs as it passed along the road. One of the limbs struck Fisher, knocking him to the street. FRIENDS AID FARMER Charles City—Thirty friends and neighbors of Hugo Brown who broke his collarbone, July 15, by a fall from a hay wagon, "harvested and shocked 60 acres of oats on his farm recently. Several women also helped Mrs. Brown to prepare and serve dinner for the 30 helpers. Brown is reported im proving. Asthma Coughs Don't let coughing, sneezing, choking, re- curringr attacks of Bronchial Asthma ruin sleep and energy another day without trying Mendaco. Thte great Internal medicine Is tasteless and taken cxnctlj v directed works thru the blooa. thus reaching tha bronchial tubes and lungs. Usually starts helping naturo Immediately to remove thick, sticky mucus, thus alleviating toughing and promoting freer breathing end fljoro refreshing sleep. Get Mendaco from your druggist today. Money b*ck fuarantccd unless completely satisfied. 62 Enjoy Week atYMCACamp Cecil Mau in Charge of Event Near Floyd Charles City—Sixty-two boys left Monday for the YMCA camp at Yocum Springs, near Floyd, Cecil Mau, camp director, announced. The camp will be held one week. Assistant camp director will be Gene Steincamp, coun- sellors are Bernard Hudson, Richard VonBerg, and Jim Boylan, and the handicraft instructor is Dick Scharpff. Boys who left are Bob Albertson, Garry Albertson, Galvin Ayers, Bob Bach, Keith Baljhagen, Lyle Baurer, John Bugerihagen, Billy Carbiener, Richard Cole, George Ewald, Tom Fisher, Bob Hammer, Roger Hawbaker, Garry Hawbaker, Terry Hawbaker, Roger Hellman, Dick Herbrechts- meyer, Don Heit, Billy Hiner, Douglas Robert, Kent Hobert, Roy Jacpbson. Billy Jensen, John Kannen- geiser, Kenneth Kyle, Larry Kyle, Jerry Lusk, Ron Lusk, Jim Larsh, Dwight Lynch, Paul Marrs, Jerry Marsch, Dale Martin, Sherrill McDonald, Andy Melrose, Darwin Meyers, Wayne Meyers, Tommy Nelson, Larry Niemann, James Nicholson, Tirp North, Michael Oldham, John Owens, Ray Owens, Harlan Perrin, Albert Putney, Richard Putney, David Siefkes, Darrell Smith, Dave Snyder, Dick Snyder, Joe McTague, Keith Sturm, Greg Tjaden, Ron Tjaden Jerry Tolliver, Charles Vala, Dean Vclbrccht, Billie Walde, Jim Walde and Allen Zielstorff. At Celilo Falls on the Columbia River in Oregon, Indians still supply tribal larders by spearing and netting salmon in the same way their ancestors did. ' PAIN In the back, hip or leg is often caused by displacement of one or all the bones forming the pelvis We specialize in Correcting: These and Other Spinal Displacements DRS. R. J. and LUCY E. 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Ph. 348 lites for Garner Man ill Be Held Tuesday Garner—Funeral services lor Harbert Diekhouis, Sr.. 65, who died Friday at a Mason City hospital, will be held at tha St. Paul's utheran church in Garner Tuesday at 2 p. m. with the Rev. L. W. Heidemann, pastor of St. John's Lutheran church in charge. Burial will be in Concord township cemetery. Word has been received from Harry Diekhouis, a son stationed with the U. S. forces in Italy, that he is on his way home and expects to arrive for the funeral of his father. July 26, 1948 3 Mason City Globe-Gaxetle, M»s*n CHy, !»• Duties Explained Memphis, Tenn., (U.R) — "You don't have to talk—you just listen." Judge R. G. Kinkle told a potential juror who wanted to be excused because of a new set of false teeth. trav el doll" Z'* s '"*•,. WHEN YOU GO JEFFERSON » Wherever you go, whenever you go, your travel dollar means more when you travel by Jefferson—the good riding way! 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