The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on February 8, 1934 · Page 2
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February 8, 1934

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 2

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·iwo MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE FEBRUARY 8 1934 $22,165 ASKED IN ESTATE SUIT Petition Filed by Cotants in District Court at New Hampton. NEW HAMPTON, Feb. 8--L. W. Cotant and wife, Leota Cotant, and daughter, Mary Catherine Cotnnt, Arthur Cotant and wife, Emma Cotant, and son, L. P. Cotant, have filed a auit in the office of the district clerk of court asking ?22,165.68 against the estate of Patrick M. Tlerney, Dayton township farmer who died March 23, 1933. L. W. Cotant In a petition asks $516 that he claims is due from the estate of Ms mother, Mary Cotant. L. W. Cotant as next friend of .Mary Catherine asks 562 due from savings accounts that P. M. Tierney is alleged to have used. L. W. Cotant also aaks §7,820 as the balance due him at 510 a week since March, 1908. He admits receiving $4,174. Leota Cotant, wife of L. W. Cotant, asks $3,120 as due her for labor at $5 a week since March 1, 1921. Arthur Cotant asks $240 for his son, L. P. Cotant, on a promissory note that is due. Arthur Cotant asks $6,901.66 for labor since March 1, 1910 at 57.50 a week, he admits receiving $2,068.34. Emma Cotant, wife of Arthur Cotant asks ?3 t 225 for 675 weeks at ?5 a week and 5225 that Mr. Tierney is alleged to have borrowed from her making a total of ?3,500. The suit will come up in the. February term of district court. the Sister Touring Egypt, HAMPTON, Feb. 8.--The Loyal Daughters of the Church of Christ were entertained by Mrs. Florence Shroyer, Mrs. W. E. Jackson and Mrs. J. E. McCord at the Shroyer home Monday -evening 1 . Mrs. lone Henderson read a letter from her sister, Mrs. Lon Carroll, who Is now touring Egypt. » i -1 Furniture Clearance See our February Sale values. Now you can b.uy a living room suite, dining room suite or a bed " room suite at a moneysaving price. A variety of line suites to select from. JoeGoss STORE 110 South Federal Ave. AID MUSIC SUPERVISORS EDGAR GORDON Theso live speakers will help Iowa high school music supervisors in their training of contestants lor the state festival when they appear at the University of Iowa's annual conference Friday and Saturday. Henri Verbrugghen is head of the music department at Carleton college and Victor Grabel of Chicago is conductor of the Chicago concert band and music director of the Chlcagoland festival. A lecture-recital will be presented by Philip G. Ciapp, head of tho University of Iowa department of music, and Mrs. Carol Pitts of Central high school, Omaha, will talk on vocal problems. Edgar Gordon of the University of Wisconsin is former president of tho Music Supervisors' national conference. CHARLES CITY NEWS Rainbow Girls Install Officers of Chapter CHARLES CITY, Feb. 8.--The Charles City chapter of the Rainbow Girls installed officers at a regular meeting in the Masonic Temple yesterday afternoon at 4:30. Those installed were Jean Barthell, worthy advisor; Jeanne Fluent, associate advisor; Dorothy Curtis, charity; Jean Summers, hope; Helen Taylor, faith. The installing officers were Mrs. Katherine Stoecker, Mrs. Maud Gait and, Mrs. Louise Donaldson. Mrs. Pearl Fluegel was given a gift upon her retirement as mother advisor. Hampton, Cresco and Charles City. The heads of the dramatic and debate departments of Austin, Minn., high school will Judge the contest. The names of the contestants are Robert Herlng, Arthur Rideout, Floyd Titus, Katherinc Blumenstiel, Maxine Core, Dorothy Miller, Marian Mullenbach, Virginia Castle, Edward Melcher, Robert Monroe and Gordon Paul. Charles City Declam Will Be Held Monday CHARLES CITY, Feb. 8.--The home declamatory contest will be held Monday evening, Feb. 12, in the high school auditorium. Winners of first place will compete-in the first of the state contest series in New Hampton the first week in March. All winners will compete In the triangular contest of New Several Farm Changes in West St. Charles Planned CHARLES CITY, Feb. 8--There will be a number of changes on the farms of West St. Charles township March 1. Raymond Melcher has rented the Fred Koerner farm better known as the Art Hirsch place. Mr. Hirsch will live on a smaller place near Charles City. The G. Uetz family will move on the Ed Griffin farm and Sam Ballhagen will live on the Ferdinand TJetz homestead owned by Mr. and Mrs. Bennett of Chartea City. Leo Bon- saU has rented a farm northeast of Floyd. Clea n We invite you to examine Some of our coal, piece by piece. You will find it clean all through. We give you full weight in coal that burns. CHAP1N-CTNEIL COAL CO. Phone 1606 303 Suoth Monroe Ave. Colonial Party Held, CHARLES CITY, Feb. S.--The traditional colonial party was enjoyed by the Women's Relief Corps in the G. A. R. hall Tuesday afternoon. There was an attendance of 150 members and guests. The program included a one act play, "Almost Trouble," duet by Mrs. George Buckman and two piano solos by Mrs. Albert Stiehl. CHARLES CITY BRIEFS - CENTS A MILE Every Day - Every where CHICAGO t NORTHWESTERN RY. A year ago you might have said, "It can't be done." Today you can step into any "North Western" ticket office and pur- . chase a round trip coach ticket on the basis of ! 4 /£c a mile. If -the distance to be traveled (round trip) is 50 miles, your cost is only 90c -- 100 miles, $1.80. And your ticket has a 10 -day return Other Rail Bargains, too! 2c a mile one way in coaches; also each way foe round trip in sleeping and parlor cars; 10-day return limit. 2VzC a mile each way · for round trip in sleeping and parlor cars, 6-monch return limit. 3c · mile one way in sleeping and parlor cars. And to these bargains add still another: The surcharge on sleeping and parlor car space U abolished, a saving of CHARLES CITY, Feb. 8.--The Rev. R. H. Collis. the Rev. Wesley Belling: and the Rev. J. L. Menzncr of West St. Charles township returned from West "Union where they atteded a joint convention of the Waterloo-Dubuque districts of the Methodist churches. Sons were born yesterday to Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Weiss, Mr. and Mrs. Co en and Mr. and Mrs. H. Momberg. H. D. White, a pioneer resident of the city, is seriously ill at his home across the street from the courthouse. Miss Olive Hand and Catherine Monen will attend a conference of Wa-Tan-Yo club members at the Hotel Hanford. Mason City, Sunday morning when Miss Eloisc Poolcy, Mitchell, S. Dak., will be present to assist In planning the state convention In May. Fred Rourkc, Jr., was taken to the hospital at Iowa City for treatment. Cleo Shepley was sentenced to serve 30 days in jail for disorderly condust. Harold Boen Is serving a three day jail sentence on n similar charge. The Charles City Trading company is remodeling space in the basement of the store to add a bargain department. The new and better grade merchandise will be featured on th-2 main floor. Any C. N. W. Ticket Agent will be glad to gire you further information. Phone, write or call, P. D. Guatafson, Agent Phono 109 Go bif TRAIN for ECONOMY, COM FORT, SPEED, Mrs. Steffen Dies at Crystal Lake; Funeral Will Be Held Friday CRYSTAL LAKE, Feb. 8.--Mrs. Ben Steffen died at her home Tuesday morning at 8 o'clock after suffering for sometime from heart disease. Mrs. Steffen had been a resident northwest of Crystal Lake for many yeara. Her sister, Seth Brooks, had been making her home with Mr. and Mrs. Steffen for sometime. She is survived by her husband, Ben. Funeral services will be held Friday morning: at 9 o'clock at the Steffen home and 10 at the Methodist church. They will then leave for Waukon, her former home, where funeral services will be held in Waukon and burial will be made in the Waukon cemetery. In Charge of Station. S\VALED ALE--Charles Procter has taken charge of the Champlln oil atation in place of Charles Crabb. Lounge Chair Mattress Big, e a s y chair, covered in tapestry. Now Non-Skid Rugs Sale! Axmin- £*£ QO s t e i s with «pT| »«JO Bkid - p r o o f J. backs. Each, ST-BO INCH 50 pound felted cotton, 54 inch mattress. 99-Coil SPRING r"»ir«cry Sol* Speclall $788 Double deck coils of best wire money can buy. Enameled finish. Easy Payment Plan Makes the Buying Easier Stiill ON WARDS LOW EVERYDAY PRICES! Fringed Panel Of marquisette A m that hangs in -g/1 C soft folds. 3-in. UM. fringe. BACH Window Shades Heavily coated water color shades. 39 February Sale Special! All - Mohair! 2 Pieces $1 down, 57 monthly, pins carrying charge ' A big, comfortable suite--covered all over in genuine Angora Mohair! Frankly, we don't know where you'd go to equal this value! We can't replace it ourselves at this low price. Chicken Feeder Conveniently fits __ any Mason Jar. tj f E a s y to k e e p 13 clean. Without jar. Chick Feeder Wide flanges prevent food waste. Easily cleaned. 79' 9xl2-ft. Rugs $23.95 Watch these Asmin- ster Rugs speed out at this Sale price! All seamless. ItCIKSED BY ' c . A? 7-Tube Radio $37-95 Easy Payment Price ?41.95--$4 down nnd ?5 a month G r e a t performance! Instant Dialing! Super-Dynamic Speaker! Personal Tone Control! Curtain Fabric G r e n a d i n e with velvety cushion d o ts woven right in r j. 25 Blankets Fine China Cotton Plaid b l a n k e t s , 70x80 inches -- sateen bound. $2-49 Wall Paint Flat finish, dries overnight RunRite Oil Refined from high g T a d e crude. In 5 gallon pall. t OAJ.. CAN $1.00 Roller Skates Nickel-plated! Ball bearing! With famous double tread, "triple - ware" steel wheels. SJ.69 FAMOUS R I V E R S I D E S Guaranteed Against All Road Hazards (only punctures exceptec/) $4.93 ^]P 4M.ll under tread MATE nder treaJ 4.40-21 MATE Other sizes similarly low. TroJe in your old tires, 0ny make. TIRES M O M M T E D FBI!:"'"-! Floor Varnish Dries In 4 hours! Glossy! Equalled o r surpassed all tests with 22 other leaders. PER O.CABT Red Head Shells For 12 Gauge Shotguns! Du Pont oval progve s s i v e burning powder. The best. Roll Roofing Defies fire and weather A c o l o r f u l long-iife roof. Fire resistant slate-gurface. 87-i.n. ROLL, MONTGOMERY It is easy to apply, durable and washable. Coatg ao little! 55 24-30 Second Street Ni E. Phone 57

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