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Mason City, Iowa
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Monday, January 6, 1936
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ll!J .1: INSANE WOMAN IS QUESTIONED Only Laughs When Quizzed About Disappearance of Infant. NEW YORK. Jan. 6. (.W--Police and psychiatrists attempted to wring today from the giggling phrases of an insane woman the story of the disappearance of 10 months old Jacob Horowitz, whom they feared had been drowned. Gussie Friedman, 45, who has 'spent 20 years in asylums, was held for questioning after she was apprehended pushing a child toward the icy East river. Police sought to learn if she kid- naped the son of Mr. and Mrs. Max Horowitz from in front of his lower East side home yesterday and flumped him, with his carriage, in the river. She laughed eerily at all questions and replied "nine o'clock." 400 .Join Search. Four hundred searchers, recruited from the neighborhood where the baby's parents live, searched vacant cellars and flats for the infant. Police launches joined the hunt on the river. Louis Schnier gave the information which resulted in Miss Friedman's detention. While he was watching his son, out for an airing, he saw a leering woman with a "sunk in" face peering- into the stolen baby's cab. When Mrs. Horowitz came to look for her son a few minutes later, the baby was gone. Met by Four Boys. Four high school boys', aiding in , MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, JANUARY 6 M 1936 the search, encountered Miss Fried- tor of a Lutheran church at Mar- LUCHY TIGER'S NEW fOaiHLCSS » A marvelous new conditioner ofdry bnttlqhairforPcrmanenU. Beautifies and increases tensile strength...jruaran- teed to cive more life and sheen... to cleanse better and rinse outnuicker. Ask your dealer or beauty operator or write for/rcesample. LUCKY TIGER MFG.CO. Kansas City, Mo. man half an hour later wheeling Doris Maslin. 2, in her carriage toward the river. They seized the child. The woman laughed, backed up against a garage and was taken into custody by police. Detectives said Miss Friedman was carrying a card showing she was paroled from the Crecdmore hospital for the insane three months ago. She had been sent to one asylum in 1916, and later transferred to Creedmore. An institution doctor described her as a dementia praecox case with a "deilapidated mind." "Gussie never looked at babies," said Mrs. Rose Mancowitz, her mother. "She knows only to laugh " EIGHTHEllN WEEK'S MISHAPS .owans Pay Heavy Toll in Accidents in First Week of New Year. By ASSOCIATED TRESS. Traffic accidents snuffed out the ives of eight lowans as snow and ce ushered in the first week of the lew year. Last week's toll was 15 ives. Two were killed in a coasting ac- ident at Marquette, two in a col- 'sion near Bedford, and one each t Maquoketa, Waterloo, Mason City and Sioux Falls, S. Dak. Edwin Zahn, 11, son of Mr., and Irs. Carl Zahn and Donald Clinton, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Clinon, were fatally injured when their ed crashed into an automobile riven by the Rev. H. F. Clock, pas- ELEVEN Clear Lake Globe-Gazette OFFICE PHONE 239 ^fn w Edit ° r LEE DEWIG GINS, Circulation and Advertising Phone 310-W . Residence Phone 61 A Three Days' Cough Is Your Danger Signal No matter how many medicines you have tried for your cough, chest cold or bronchial irritation, you can get relief now with Creomulsion Serious trouble may be brewing- and · you cannot afford to take a chance ·wth anything less than Creomul- son, which goes right to the seat of the trouble to aid. nature to soothe and heal the inflamed mem- · cranes as the germ-laden phlegm is loosened and expelled. ^ Even if other remedies have failed, don't be discouraged, your druggist is authorized to guarantee Creomulsion and to refund your money if you are not satisfied with results from the very first bottle. Get Creomulsion right now. (Adv.) quette. Paul Scarff, 10, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Scarff, also riding on the sled, was seriously injured. Two Lose Lives. At Bedford, Walter Van Houten, 52 of Lennox, and Jane Jostes, K daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Ben H. Jostes of Chicago were killed when cars driven by Dr. Jostes and Ben Wurster of Lennox collided. Six others were injured. Injuries suffered when he was struck by an automobile driven by Wilbur Manderscheid, deputy Jackson county clerk, proved fatal to George Goodenow, 77, at Maquoke- Addie Miller Is Bride of Lake Farmer Ceremony Held at Little Brown Church, Nashua, at High Noon. CLEAR LAKE, Jan. S.--The marriage of Miss Addie Miller, young est daughter of Mr and Mrs Roya Miller, south of Clear Lake, to Rob ert Hanley. son of Mr and Mrs J A. Hanley. south of Clear Lake, wa solemnized at high noon Sunday a the Little Brown church at Nashua The Rev. William Kent, pastor, of ficiated at the service in the pres ence of the immediate relatives of the couple. The bride was attended by her sister, Elsie Miller, and tie bridegroom by his brother, James Hanley, Jr The bride was attired in a Bagdad blue gown and carried a bouquet of bridal roses. Her attendant wore a seal brown dress with a corsage oi roses. The Lohengrin wedding march was played by Mrs. Guy Hanley. Mason City, sister-in-law of the bridegroom, while the bridal party marched down the aisle to the al- Clear Lake Briefs ta. At Waterloo, William M. Browii, 26, Negro, was killed in a collision between an automobile and a streetcar. Three others, all Negroes, were injured. LIFE LONG FRIEND Keeps Them Fit at 70 Local Girl Killed. Roberta Anderson, 16, died in a Mason City hospital of injuries suffered when she was struck by a car driven by Theodore Knudson, son of Herman M. Knudson, state representative. The girl was riding on a bobsled. Clifford Larson of Sioux Centef, died of injuries suffered when struck by a car near Sioux Falls, S. Dak. Three youths of minor a: riding in the car, were not held. tar. A buffet luncheon was served at the bride's home at 3 o'clock. Guests at the wedding and luncheon were Mr. and Mrs. Royal Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Miller and family, Mr. and Mrs. George Jumble, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Miller, Myrtle, Elsie and LeRoy Miller, all of Clear Lake; Mr. and Mrs. Guy Hanley and two children, Mrs. Richard Hanley and daughter of Mason City: James Hanley, Jr., Elizabeth Hanley, Mrs. Emma Schmotzer, Wilbcrt Schmotzer. Walter Roy, Jeffers, Minn., and Mrs. Lena Schanke and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Patterson of Clear Lake. · Thissafeall-vese- tablc larativc--NR --has been as de- pendableasafamily doctorduring their -egular--y after year faithfully--with ncrer any need to increase thedosc.Nowonder their "evening of life" is so free from complaints. Millions of peo- plewdcometheaidofthisreliablccorrective-For Nature's Remedy strengthens and regulates the entire climinativc tract--safely carries away the poisons that bring on headaches, colds, biliousness, Get a 25c bo All druggists'. Kanawha Evening Classes on Farm Topics Resumed KANAWHA, Jan. 6.--The night school classes will be resumed Monday evening, following the holiday vacation. These meetings are sponsored by Supt. A. S. Thoreson and are held each week in the high school building. Dr. J. O. F. Price of Algona, assistant veterinarian of the bureau of animal husbandry, will be the speaker on "Sanitation and Prevention of Diseases of Livestock." HOT WATER HEATERS INSTALLED FREE! Reduced prices to clear stock Allied Dealers Co. 24-32 2nd St. S. E. Ph. 9 1 1 Acid In Your Blood Kills Health and Pep Kidneys Often to Blame The bride was gra.dua.tsa from the Clear Lake high school in 1931 and has taught in rural school No. 3 in Mount Vernon township. Mr. Hanley attended the public school at New Hampton and since then has been engaged in farming. After March 1, Mr. and Mrs. Hanley will be at home o na farm north of Clear Lake where Mr. Hanley will assist his father. Silver Wedding of Carl Lock Family Observed at Lake CLEAR LAKE, Jan. 6--A group of 75 friends and relatives gathered at the farm home of Mrs. Anton Christiansen, north of Clear Lake, Saturday to celebrate the silver wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Lock of Lewisville, Minn The guests brought well filled baskets for the pot-luck dinner which was served at noon. The table was decorated with pink tapers, while a three tiered wedding cake decorated in pink with a miniature bride and groom on it was the centerpiece. Mrs. Hans Henriksen, sister of Mrs. Lock, made the cake. A chest of silverware and silver sugar bowl and creamer were presented to the honorees by the group Mrs. H. G. Bruclmer making the piesentation. During tshe dinner hour a piece written for the occasion by Mrs. C. F. Jacobsen was read by Doris Christiansen. The afternoon was spent informally and a 4 o'clock refreshments were served. Bush Bakers vs. Mitchell All- Stars, Community Bldg.. Tues., 7:30. Two games. Adm. 20c-10c. Miss Lynettc Corastock, accompanied by Miss Cecyl Nelson, her houseguest, returned to Minneapolis this week-end after a visit at the home of Miss Comatock's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Cornstock. Earl Amo, Alden. Minn., who liad spent New Years here accompanied them back. Mr. ;ind Mrs. A. .1. Haas Imvc closed the Karlotta cottage at Bayside and taken rooms at the Hotel Hanford for several months. Miss Charlotte Ames left Sunday for Minneapolis to resume her work at the University of Minnesota after spending the holidays with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Ames, 100 West Division street. Guests Sunday at the C. E. Lantz home were Mr. and Mrs. Ted Leamon and son, Jack, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Munzenmaier. Mason City and Miss Helen Reed, Des Moines. The Misses Greta and Charlotte Chappell left Sunday night for Wheaton. 111., to resume their work at the Wheaton university, after spending the holidays with their parents, Dr. and Mrs. E. E. Chappell. North Fourth street. Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Sears and daughter, Betty, on Clara street, have spent the past week in Milwaukee with Mrs. Sears' relatives. Nancy Krepps returned to Clear Lake Sunday from a few week's visit with her mother, Mrs. C. D. Krepps at Maquoketa. She accompanied Edna Mae Hadley who had spent the holidays in Cedar Rapids with her sister and mother. Miss Crystal Ashland is substituting in the junior high school this week in place of Miss Amy Steffin who is quarantined at her home at Waukon with the mumps. Miss Charlotte Skene sumed her teaching at tfonday after spending Year's week with friends in Chicago. Mrs. Jack Bailey, South Second trcet, left Sunday to spend several weeks with her mother, Mrs. Marin Burke at Waterloo, who is suf- ering from a compound fracture of ler foot, as the result of an acci- ent. Myron Jacobsen, who has been isiting at Omaha returned Sunday o resume his work a t junior col- ege. His mother, Mrs. J. M. Jacob, en. remained for a longer visit. Mr. and Mrs. George Oxley of Convith were callers at the Dr. A. J. Cole home, South Second street, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Harmon, North Elm street, returned Saturday from Cedar Rapids where they spent the holidays with their parents. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Lyon, Main street, have returned from two weeks' holiday vacation spent with relatives at Des Moines, Cedar Rapids and Albernett. They also spent one night with Mr. and Mrs. Willis Miller at Strawberry Point. Rehearsal for the town band will be held at the city hall Monday night at S o'clock after a few weeks dismissal over the holidays. The American Legion auxiliary will hold a meeting Wednesday afternoon at the Legion clubrooms. Refreshments will be served. Mrs. C. M. Pederson is chairman of committee which will furnish A gram. BUSH BAKERS TO MEET MITCHELL Doubleheader Is Scheduled at Community Build- jng Tuesday. CLEAR LAKE, Jan. 6.--The Bush Bakers will meet the Mitchell All- Stars in a till Tuesday night at the Community building. A preliminary Debate Is Held at Congo Club Meeting CLEAR LAKE, Jan. 6.--A debate on the question. "Resolved that Woman is Equal to Man in Cultural Capacity," was held at the _ Congo club Sunday night. Speakers game between the reserves of both wore Harris Ostrander, Robert teams will be held at 7:30 o'clock. Widget-, L. Lewis, Margaret Win- Heinz Files Notice of Plan to Appeal to Iowa High Court pUBUQUE, Jan. 6. (.Vj--Mario Heinz, young Dubuquc father recently convicted of the murder of his 6 year old nephew, David Peter Fox, and sentenced to hang on Jan. 5. 1937. will ask the Iowa supreme court to review his case. Notice of appeal was filed by attorneys representing the condemned man here today. Heinz occupies a cell in death row at Fort Madison. The locals downed the All-Stars 34 to 32 in a last half rally last week. Heckstrom, a rangy center, is the shap shooter of the team, sinking them from almost any point within the scoring area. The Bush Bakers have a record of live victories out of seven games. They lost by a narrow magin, 28 to 23, to the Pabst Blue Ribbon at the Denison club Sunday afternoon. The locals led the score S to 0 at quarter and 15 to 12 at half. Jim Anderson was taken out of the game in the last quarter for undue rough- ~ess. The bakers will play Country quintet in the Y league Thursday at the Y. M. C. A., Mason City. nie and Klare McCormick. The Rev. H. E. Blough led the open forum before the debate. A graphic trav- elog by Mrs. Edith Naylor is planned for next Sunday night. The attendance contest which closed Sunday night was won by Robert Widger and members of his team. Margaret Hughes was the captain of the losing team which Jacked only two pints. Will Remodel Building. LUVERNE, Jan. 6.--D. C. Toohey purchased the building known as the Wartman building on the west side of Main street, of 0. E. Anderson of AGREEMENT ON SILVER REACHED Morgenthau Reports End of His Talks With Mexico Finance Minister. WASHINGTON, Jan. 6. (.-Fl--Secretary Morgenthau reported today a "mutually satisfactory agreement" had been reached in silver conferences with Eduardo Suarez, Mexican finance minister. This brief statement was made after a meeting- today at the treasury. The conferences began a week ago and Morgenthau said' "they have been concluded." He refused to elaborate. Previously. Morgenthau had forecast the discussions would be beneficial to silver-using nations and had inrli- i-Htcd conversations would be begun with others of them. Hall Seeks Senate Seat in Nebraska LINCOLN, Nebr.. Jan. 6. OP)-State Treasurer George E. Hall today filed as a candidate for the democratic nomination to the United States senate. He seeks the seat now held by Senator George W. Norris. Children's Colds ^*.A Yield Quicker to Yield quicker to double action of STAINLESS now, if you prefer \\'f, feature, a wuvi* vxcclli'iit Bnl»y Klnr Hiilr. Try our fiunmift Hurl He nmnf- STAY ON THE RIGHT TRACK TO CORRECT BEAUTY IN 1936 hy having your work done nf; This Reliable Beauty Shop Our overhead is less, that is why we always give better work at lower prices. We Specialize in Duart Waves $1.95, $2.95, $3.75, $4.75 Jefferson Beauty Shop Mynnie Bruner - Rachel Thiel There is nothing that can so quickly undermine your health, strength, and energy as an excess of Acid in your blood. Every lime you move your hand, take a step, or use even the slightest amount of energy, cells are broken down in the body and create Acids. This process goes on even when you are asleep. Fortunately, nature has provided an automatic method of getting rid of these excess Acids. To pet rid of these Acidc nature provides that your blood circulate 200 times an hour through 9 million tiny, delicate tubes, nr filters, in your Kidneys, u is the function or the Kidneys to filter out these health- destroying Acids, and to purify t h e blood so that it can take enerpy and vitality to every part of your body. But if ymir Kicin-yp gio\v rtown anri fin not function proper I v. an d remove approximately .1 pints O l * Acids. Poison?, anrf HquMs from your Moorf cverv 2'f hours, then there is * gradual acciimn"- latton of these Acids and Wastes, and j fctu ?urely your system bccomr? pni making you feel old before your time, rundown, and worn-out. 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(Pronounced Siss-tcx) today- Lake Auction Sale Brings Top Prices CLEAR LAKE, Jan. 6.--About 50 horses were sold at top prices at the Clear Lake Auction company Saturday at the weekly horse sale. Horses were sold at prices ranging from .$15 to S200. Yearling colts brought S77. The horse sale is held every Saturday at which time machinery is also offered for sale. Clear Lake Calendar Tuesday--P. E. 0- at Mrs. J. C. Davenport home, street. North Fourth tUe Clear Lake Bush Bakers vs. Mitchell independents. Community building, 8. Priscilla club at Mrs. Grace M. Stevens home. 201 Clara street. Wednesday--Lions club at Legion clubrooms, 12:15. I. O. O. F. club dance. I. o. O. F. hall. Malck's orchestra playing. Do Your Bit club. Mrs. Leo Elting country home. O. D. O. club at Mrs. Earl Hunt- lev home. Tabitha circle. Zion Lutheran church at Mrs. Peter Miller home, Mrs. LeRoy Weedo, hostess. 2:3o! Legion auxiliary at clubrooms, 2 p. m.. refreshments. Stafford post of the American Legion at clubrooms. S. Thursday--Lakeview club at Mrs. George Perkins home, north shore 2:30. Rotary club at I. O. O. F. hall, 12:15. Sorosis club at Mrs. Ray Bobbins' home. North Fourth street. A l t r u r i a n club at Mrs. Fred Rogers homo. Frederic apartments. T r i n i t y circle ,nl Ralph Conklin homo. 200 King street, Mrs. Floyd Kimball, hostess. 2:30. ' | Wayne Wolford Heads Township Drama Groups CLEAR LAKE, Jan. S.--Wayne Wolford, Clear Lake, has been named chairman of the drama group which will arrange for monthly Farm Bureau programs this spring. Mr. Wolford will also serve as chairman of the northwest district which will present the programs some time during- January with Grant township persons participating. Andrew Olson is chairman of the northeast district in which Lincoln township persons present programs for February. Cecil Avise is chairman of the Lake township program which will present their program in March. Mrs. Clarence TJlum is chairman of the Clear Lake township group which will present a program in April. * * r- CHAPPELL GIRLS AP.E HOSTESSES AT PARTY The Misses Greta and Charlotte Chappell entertained a group of the college set at a party at their home Saturday night. The evening was spent informally and refreshments wore served. Fourteen guests were present at the affair. * * V L A K E V I K W CLUB TO BE MRS. PERKINS' GUEST Mrs. George Perkins will be hostess to members of the Lakevicw club at 2:30 o'clock Thursday after, noon at her home on the north shore. The roll call feature will be hints on etiquet. Linn Grove. The building has been occupied by the News for several years. Mr. Toohey expects to Jefferson Bus Depot model the building for a pool hall. EASY PURCHASE TERMS Return to Minneapolis PLYMOUTH--Mrs. J. Heironimus and granddaughter of Minneapolis, who have been visiting in the F. A. Peshak home two weeks, returned to Minneapolis for the' opening of school. 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