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Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, January 9, 1936
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TEN MASON CITY GLOBErGAZETTE, JANUARY 1936 ASK THAT COSTS BE GUARANTEED Lawyers For Firestone Say Brewers Have Not Paid Old Court Costs. The Firestone Tire and Rubber company of Akron, Ohio, through their Mason City attorneys, Blythe, Markley, Rule, Dibble and Ccrney, filed a motion here Wednesday asking that the court require the Brewer Tire and Battery company to furnish security for costs in the $50,000 suit brought against the Firestone company by the Brewer concern. In support of the motion the defendants filed an affidavit signed by Lester C. Dibble, defense attorney, stating that, as a result of an action between the same parties which was tried under Judge T. A. Beardmore in the September term of district court here in 1933, the Brewer company, plaintiff in both suits, still owed $338.50 in court costs Iiere. The action which is now pending, ss was the action in which the defendant prevailed in 1933, is based upon alleged breaches of contract on the part of the Firestone company. K. B. IS ENTERTAINED Miss Alice Furleigh entertained the K. B. auxiliary in her apartment in the Delaware building Wednesday evening. Dinner was served and, following' a short business meeting, the time was spent informally. UEGION AUXILIARY CONDUCTS MEETING Members of the American Legion auxiliary met Wednesday afternoon at the P. G. E. auditorium. Eight tails of carpet rags were sewed and ·work was done on a quilt the auxiliary is piecing. Refreshments were served by Mrs. James Tosel and JTrs. Ben Golien. Still Coughing? 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 ·with, anything less than Creomul- Eion, ·which goes right to the seat of the trouble to aid nature to soothe and heal the inflamed membranes as the germ-laden plilegm 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.) Clear Lake Globe-Gazette OFFICE PHONE 239 HELEN HENDRICKS, News Editor LEE DEWIGGINS, Circulation and Advertising Residence Phone 310-W Residence Phone 67 ICE HARVESTING BEGINS AT LAKE Orders Received Assure One Week's Work for 100 Unemployed. CLEAR LAKE, Jan. 9.--Work on the ice fields began Monday, but was disbanded Tuesday and Wednesday because of unfavorable weather conditions. After a large area was cleared of snow today, the icing was resumed Thursday afternoon. The ice is of high quality this year and is being loaded in cars of the Mason City and Clear Lake Railway company and shipped to Mason City. Some is also being- taken by the local ice companies. It measures 14 inches thick after being planed. At the present time there are enough orders to keep the harvest going for seven or eight days, according to Ray Sandry, manager of the work. Forty cars were loaded the first day of cutting. About 100 men are employed in this project, with Guy Coyier serving as head foreman, Verne Petersen, Roy Huey and Etna Chapman as foremen under him. Officers of Masonic Lodge Are Installed CLEAR LAKE, Jan. 9.--Installation of officers in the Verity lodge. No. 250. A. F. and A. M. was held Wednesday night at the Masonic temple. A. W, Matthies was named worshipful master. Other officers installed were: Stanley Smith, senior warden; O. J. King, junior warden; H. N. Halvorson, treasurer; Alick Thompson, secretary; E. K. Greene, chaplain; Forde Lee, senior deacon; Ransil Moore, junior deacon; D. F. Byers, senior steward; E. H. Neal, junior steward; and A. J. Hugh, tyler. Lunch was served at the close of the meeting. Baby Is Born. SEXTON--Mr. and Mrs. Firstnau are parents of a baby. Mr. Firstnau is employed at the James McEnroe Farmers Union Will Elect New Officers CLEAR LAKE, Jan. 9.--The Farmers' Union will hold its annual meeting at 8 o'clock Friday night at the Lakeside church. Election of officers will be held and a speaker has been engaged for the evening. A lunch will be served at the close ol the meeting. Members will bring a covered dish or sandwiches and col- fee will be furnished. PLAN RITES FOR MRS. CRISPIN, 29 Group From Clear Lake To Attend Services at Hampton. CLEAR LAKE, Jan. 9.---Funeral services for Mrs. Helen Crispin, 29. wife of R. D. Crispin, district sales representative of the Phillips Petroleum corporation, and for her one day old son will be held Friday at the Christian church, one block north of highway 10, at Hampton. The infant son was born Monday morning and died Tuesday afternoon. The Crispin family moved from Clear Lake to Newton in the spring of 1935 and last fall moved to Hampton. A delegation from Clear Lake is planning to attend the services. The group includes Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Kimball, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Secory, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Young, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Lambert, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Schneider, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Mmball, Mrs. Roy Hoit, Mrs. Wass and daughter, Betty, Lucille Peterson, and members of the Church of and members of the Church of Christ, all of Clear Lake; Mr. and Mrs. Glen Kimball, Mason City. Surviving her death are her husband, three daughters, Evelyn, Ruth and Nancy Lou, and a son, Donald, and her mother. Return From Lisbon. LONEROCK--Mrs. Frank Dacken returned from a week's visit with her children, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Dacken, Dorothy and Verne Dacken at Lisbon. Another son, Russell, accompanied her there and continued to Chicago where he attends Moody Bibl einstitute. Bays TTiis Fine WASHER SPECIAL During Our January Clearance MODEL 48 AUTOMATIC while they last Special Allowance For Your Old Washer Your opportunity to get a large-size new AUTOMATIC Washing Machine at » money-saving price. The model that has been most popular among women everywhere at a. clear- anco price--with a generous allowance for your old washer additional. Has all the latest Improvements . . . finger-tip control, new-type agitator, perfected wringer, "STOKES" ball- bearing drive, and corrugated porcelain tab . . . See the AUTOMATIC at our store or tree demonstration in your home if you so desire. Don't miss this sale-most of these washers brand new These Wagners are Serviced and Guaranteed hy the People's Gas and Electric Company FKM£X GAS AND EBCTR1C COMMNY Floor Samples Demonstrators Phlico Radios Food Mixers G-E Refrigerators Floor Lamps Gas Ranges Automatic Ironers Prices sharply reduced lor quick clearance--Conic tn and see them while (hey last. EASY TERMS To Suit Your Convenience LAKE LIONS TO TREK TO GARNER Mew Combination Will Be Used By Mentor Johnston for Locals. CLEAR LAKE, Jan. 9.--Garner will enter its third conference tilt Friday night, facing the Clear Lake Lions on the Garner hardwood. This is Garner's first game since its previous encounter with the Lions here, Dec. 20 at which time the locals downed them 27 to 10. Buffalo Center beat Garner 34 to 19 earlier in the season. Coach Chris Johnston may use a new combination for the varsity this week due to the injuries in the camp. Lewis will see some action in the guard position teamed with "Red" Ostrander. Lane, forward, may be pulled back to the defense post and Murphy substituted in his forward position. When either Lewis or Rutan are on the defense. Lane will be used at forward berth. Rutan has not showed up so well since his return after his leave for illness, Jensen is still out because of body burns received in a mishap. Clear Lake Briefs Premier showing at Clear Lake's new theater, Wed., Jan. 15. All seats reserved. Music and entertainment in addition to regular program. Ph. ISO or 239 for reservations. M. C. Rydson and Virgil Winnie sailed Friday for Hawaii for a. several months' sightseeing trip. Alfred Schiserel of Jefferson, Wis., is spending several weeks as houseguest of his sister, Mrs. R. R. Toepel, South Third street. Miss Olga Garvey, Minot, s. Dak., who has been a houseguest of Miss Helen Lyon, East Main street, returned home Tuesday. Mrs. J. W. Puttie, North Third street, is ill at her home suffering- from mumps. Henry Anderson, Peoria, 111., arrived Thursday afternoon to spend several days with his wife who has been here several weeks looking af- :er her property. Iver Hodnefield, East Main street, received word Thursday of the death of his sister-in-law, Mrs. James Beard at Owatonna, Minn. She will be remembered in Clear Lake as Mrs. C. L. Colby. Funeral services and burial wil be held in Clear Lake. Mrs. Minerva Hennis is spending several weeks with her brother, George Osborn, South Fourth street. Stanley Wick left this week for Wheaton. 111., to resume his work at Wheaton college. He spent the holidays with his parents, Mr- and Mrs. Iver Hodnefield, East Main street. Mrs. Grace M. Bowers visited several days over the week-end at the home of her son and family, Mr. and Mrs. George Bowers, Buffalo Center. Clear Lake Calendar Friday--Deborah circle at H. L. Erickson home, 203 Clara street. Farmers' Union annual meeting at Lakeside church, 8. Clear Lake vs.'Garner, basketball game at Garner. Christian Workers at Mrs. Amy Walters home. North Fourth street, Mrs. Art Nealis, leader. Circle No. -i of Methodist Ladies' aid at Mrs. W. D. Scroggins Home, South Oak street. Star club at Mrs. Fred Moffett home, assisted by Mrs. Fred Hoi- late. Mixed dance at Surf ballroom, Art's Nighthawks playing-. Saturday--Dance at Surf ballroom, Frank Robinson orchestra playing. Dance at Clear Lake Country club. Monday--Music Mothers at city hall, 3. Tuesday--Tina Rebekah lodge at I. O. O. F. hall, 8. Sidney Wood, Tennis Star, Has Operation at Hospital in Boone BOONE, Jan. 9. (5")--Sidney Wood of New York City, amateur tennis ace, underwent an emergency appendectomy in the Boone county hospital last night and was reported in "good" condition today by attending physicians. He is expected to be confined in the hospital "eight or ten days," the physicians said. Wood was removed from a train here last night and an immediate operation was performed. The tennis star, accompanied by Mrs-. Wood, was en route to the weat coast on a business trip for a New York brokerage firm. 0 A D If THEATER r f \ K. I\ Clear Lake Thursday - Friday H O W A R D G. ROBINSON i" "The Whole Town's Talking" Adults l i e Children 10c Auxiliary Donates Sum to Milk Fund CLEAR LAKE, Jan. 9.--The American Legion auxiliary held its monthly meeting Wednesday afternoon at the cJubrooms. The afternoon was supent in making quilt blocks which will be used later for welfare work. The organization . pledged ?5 for the P. T. A. milk fund. A social hour followed and refreshments were served by the legislative committee, Mrs. Conrad Pederson, Mrs. Fred Hollatz and Mrs. Sam Kennedy. DEMONSTRATION WILL BE GIVEN Physical Education Units to Present Exhibit, Feb. 18. CLEAR LAKE, Jan. 9.--The physical education demonstration will be presented at the Community building Tuesday night, Feb. 18. It is being directed by Miss Edna Hadley and Dale Harmon. The theme of the exhibit will be built around the old woman in the shoe who had so many children, but she knew what to do. The girls of the high school will present a number of dance routines including- an Irish jig, military drill, and military tap number. A tumbling act with a group of stunts and demonstration of volley ball and basketball will be included. The boys' work under the direction of Mr. Harmon will include a flashlight drill by the eighth graders, a men's tumbling team from the high school and demonstration of sports, deck tennis and basketball. SAVES MOTHER, CHILD IN FIRE Building Owner Leads Pair Trapped by Flames at Tipton to Safety. TIPTON, Jan. 9. .T--A panic stricken mother and her infant daughter were rescued from a flam- ng death by the efforts of George F. Kopf, Tipton businessman, as tire razed his frame apartment building here Wednesday night. After other occupants had fled into the street, saving only the clothing they wore, Mrs. Max Banks and her infant daughter were discovered trapped on the second floor. Groping through smoke filled jassageways on his hands and knees. Mr. Kopf made his way to the pair and led them to safety. The mother was burned by the flames but her condition is not considered serious. Lawler Merchant's Will Afnong Shortest Recorded NEW HAMPTON, Jan. 9.--The will.of the late John Eickhoff, 83, pioneer Lawler hardware dealer, iled in the office of the clerk of district court is one of the shortest on record. Toe will dated June 11, .915, is as follows: "I will, devise and jequeath unto my wife, Rosa A. Eickhoff, all my property, both real and personal, to have and to hold the same unto herself and her heirs forever. I appoint Rosa A. Bickhoff as executrix without bond." Mr. Eickhoff died Nov. 24, 1935. He was a hardware dealer in Lawler for 52 years. Services for Kruggel Father of Lake Man, Planned at Rockwell CLEAR LAKE, Jan. 9.--L. W. Kruggel, 73, Frost, Minn., father of William J. Kruggel, 'East Main street, died at a Mason City hospital Tuesday following an illness. Services will be held Friday, afternoon at 2 at the Lutheran church at Rockwell. He is also survived by two daughters, Mrs. Harm Peters, Thornton; Mrs. Ted Long, Thornton; and four other sons, Lewis of Swale- dale, Reinart and Fred of Medford, Ore., and Herman of Winthrop, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. L.. W. Kruggel, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Kruggel of Clear Lake and Mr. and Mrs. Clement Craychee, Mason City, Will attend the services. Midwestern Grain Dealers Open Drive to Regulate Trucks ST. JOSEPH, Mo., Jan. 9. UP)-An organized drive for state regulation of motor truck carriers was launched today by grain dealers from a half dozen middlewestern states. Frank A. Theis of Kansas City, former head of the grain marketing section of the national agricultural adjustment administration, w a s appointed chairman of an executive committee here last night. Bight states--Missouri, Kansas. Iowa, Nebraska, Illinois, Colorado, Oklahoma and Texas--will be asked to send two delegates each to a meeting in Kansas City Feb- 7. Two Girls Reported Missing at Garner Two girls were reported missing: from their homes at Gamer, according to information received here Thursday by local police. The girls are Clara Jackson, 14, and Evelyn Horstman, 20. They were last seen at Duncan. Miss Jackson was wearing a grey jacket but no hat or overshoes. Miss Horstman was wearing a grey overcoat but no hat. AT THE HOSPITALS Mrs. Joe Kossack, 323 Carolina avenue southeast, was dismissed from the Mercy hospital Wednesday following treatment. Carrell B. VanHove, Titonka. was admitted to th e Park hospital Wednesday for treatment. John Lilledo, Hanlontown, was admitted to the Mercy hospital Wednesday for a major operation. Edmund K. Josten, Klemme, was admitted to the Park hospital Wednesday for a major operation. Mrs. Lawrence Rish. 2009 V: South Federal avenue, was admitted to the Mercy hospital Wednesday for a major operation. Phlyllis Momyer, Ventura, was dismissed from the Park hospital Wednesday following a minor operation. Ernest Pence, 604 Masachusetts avenue northwest, was admitted to the Mercy hospital Wednesday for 8. major operation. ·Mrs. Houston Entertains KENSETT--Mrs. Dcsvc.v Houston entertained Uie Royal Neighbors at her home Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Henry White had a Farm Bureau meeting at her home east of Kensett Wednesday. New Automobiles Harold Meeder, 814 North Federal avenue, Dodge coach. A. G. Schlobohm, Nora Springs Chevrolet sedan. Wilson and company, Albert Lea, three Chevrolet trucks. H. C. Hines, 22 Second street northeast. Dodge pickup. H. E. Sawyer, Swaledale, Dodge pickup. Walter Cordes. 113 Delaware avenue southeast, Plymouth sedan. George E. Gable, City, Harley- Davidson motorcycle. E. E. Glanville, 2112 Pennsylvania avenue southeast. Plymouth sedan. B. N. Diltz, Swaledale, International truck. Floyd A. Hape, 410 Eighth ^street southeast, Chevrolet sedan. Ray C. Wendt, 125 Fourth street northwest, Chevrolet coupe. Vernette Aldrich, 327 Second street south-west, Chevrolet coach. H. C. Determan, 314 Polk avenue southwest, Chevrolet sedan. E. W. Lilley, 203 Madison, avenue southwest, Chevrolet sedan. R. W. Mellem, 415 First street southeast, Plymouth sedan. John Kelroy, City, Chevrolet sedan. Art O'Harrow, 156 Twelfth street northwest, Chevrolet sedan. Charles Meter, Ventura, Chevrolet sedan. W. J. Rosenow, 417 Washii -i avenue northwest, Chevrolet co D. S. Weddle, Northwestern Bell Telephone company, City, Chevrolet coupe. Martin Boehnke, Ventura, Chevrolet coach. H. W. Peterson, 69T First street southeast, Plymouth coach. Sally Briggs, City, Terraplane coupe. John J. O'Brien, Wasau, Wis., Chevrolet coach. Northwest Distributing company, City, Ford truck and' Chevrolet truck. Sondergaard Produce company, Thornton, Ford truck. R. C. Weaver, 1216 Second street southwest, Plymouth coach. O. L. Hansen, Hotel Hanfordi Plymouth coach. A. Fey, Hotel Eadmar, Dodge sedan. J. W. Anderson, Clear Lake, Dodge sedan. Bell Bakeries, Inc., City, Fwd truck. S. and R. Chevrolet company, City, Chevrolet coach and sedan. Ray Seney, City, DeSoto sedan. F. A. Rich, Clear Lake, Dodge sedan. E. E. Bardsiey, Clear Lake, Dodge truck. Three Auto Accidents Reported to Officers A car driven by Theron Smith, 408 Sixth street southeast, collided with a car driven by S. C. Hill, Portland, in the 300 block on Pennsylvania avenue about 7:10 o'clock Wednesday evening. Front fenders on both cars were damaged. A ' track loaded with hogs and driven by W. W. Chestnit, Nora Springs, collided with a car driven by K. H. Benner, 308 Fifteenth street northwest, at the intersection of Ninth street and Pennsylvania avenue northeast late Wednesday afternoon. The truck is owned by Glen Benne. Nora Springs. Considerable damage to both cars was reported to police. A truck driven by Hughes Jones, Ventura, collided with a car driven by Ed Hogan, Forest City, about a mile north of Ventura Wednesday afternoon. Fenders of the car were torn off in the crash, according to a report made to Sheriff J. M. Robertson. nish according to their qualities under the leadership of Miss Marjorio Chollett. Paint labels were also studied. Next meeting ia to be held in Dougherty township on Feb. IS at the James O'Connor home. Owen and Dougherty Project Workers Meet Home project workers of Owen and Dougherty townships met Tuesday at the home of Mrs. Hugh Coyle for a lesson on home painting and the selection of both paint and var- For Bad Winter \ Coughs, Mix This ( RemedyYourself | S«ves Good Moneyl No Cooking! 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