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January 16, 1936

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FOUR MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, JANUARY 16 1936 CHARLES CITY JURY FINDS NORA SPRINGS MAN GUILTY CLYDE DEAN TO GET SENTENCE Intent of Manslaughter Is Included in Assault Charges. CHARLES CITY, Jan. 16.--A jury at 3 o'clock Thursday morning reached a verdict, finding dyd Dean of Nora Springs guilty of as sault with intent to commit man manslaughter. He will tie sentenced Jan. 27 by the judge. The verdict was reached after th jury had deliberated 12 hours. Dean had been indicted after an assaul upon Lester Kelly, in charge of i Mora Springs pool nail, on the nigh , of Dec. 21. Kelly had tried to ejec Dean from the pool hall after Dean had caused trouble, he said. Dean whipped out a knife, accord ing to Kelly, and slashed him severely on the leg. HERE and THERE Miscellaneous Items From 125 Globe-Gazette Correspondents in North Iowa and Minnesota. Qarion Optometrist Dies; Funeral Be Conducted Friday CLARION, Jan. 16.--L. E. Hunt ley, 72, optometrist for the past 1( years here, died at Sis home Tues day night. Surviving are his wife end three brothers. Funeral eerv Jcea will be held in the Church o Christ Friday afternoon at 2:3C with burial in Evergreen cemetery Snare Drummers to Compete This Year at State Festival IOWA CITY, Jan. 16.--The snare drummer, who has had to stand aside while other instrument players won honors, next spring will have his chance for glory in the state music festival. For a new contest for the wielders of the drumsticks has been added to the festival program. It will be held tor the first time during the affair at the University of Iowa April 30, May 1 and 2. The 1936 festival therefore will have 34 events, 22 of which are individual vocal and instrumental contests. 15 Ounce Baby Born at Hampton Succumbs 'ON, Jan. 16. (.rB--The Lu- .hospital reported that the 15 ie baby born to Mr. and Mrs. 'arren Ponticoff only lived 24 jours. $121,280 Sales Tax Collected on Liquor DES MOINES, Jan. 16. UPt--The Iowa liquor commission reported it collected 5121,280 in state sales tax during 1935 for the state treasury. Directors of Hancock National Are Elected ,GARNER, Jan. 16.--The second annual meeting of the stockholders of the Hancock county National ' bank was held yesterday in the C D. of A. hall. Nat A, Buck,, vice president and cashier, outlined the growth of the bank the past year Prom the earnings, $5,000 was set aside for preferred stock retirement fund, a 4 per cent dividend on common stock was paid and a substantial surplus set aside. Directors elected for next year are C. H. Nelson, Nat Buck, Sam Wesson, Nick Brear, John Love, William Boehnke and Ray Ford.' Ellis Will Run for Congress in Fifth DBS MOINES, Jan. 15. OB-Lloyd Ellis of Chariton announced today he will be a candidate for the democratic nomination for congress from the fifth Iowa district. He won the nomination in 1932, but was defeated . by Congressman Lloyd Thurston. OLD MOTHER HUBBARD HAS FIUED KER BARE CUPBOARD WITH ONIONS AND STEAKS AND CHEESES; SER STOMACH FEELS GRAND SINCE SHE KEEPS TUBS OH HAND... SHE EATS WHAT SHE WHS WH1 PlHSESi NO ALKALIES FOR ADD !ND!@i§?80N liyf HUGHS have found they do not need to ivi ench their stomachs with strong, caustic alkalies. Physicians have said this habit often brings further acid indigestion. So much more cafe and sensible to simply carry a roll of Tunis »n your pocket. Munch 3 or 4 after meals--or whenever troubled by heartburn, gas. sour stem* ach. Try them when you fed the effects of last night's party, or when you smoke too much. Turns contam a wonderful antacid which neutralizes acid in the stomach, but never overstates stomach or blood. As pleasant to cat SS candy and only lOc at any drug store. FORTHEtUMMY Family Under Quarantine. RAKE--The Bert Underbakke family is quarantined for scarlet fever. On Way to Florida.' OSAGE--Mr. and Mrs. Gerhart Goplerud and Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Goplerud are enroute to Florida to spend several weeks. Home From Hospital. GOODELL--Mrs. Harm Rust returned home from the Hampton hospital where she has been receiving treatments. Win in Contest. LUVERNE~In the amateur hour sponsored by the Luverne community club there were 17 entries. Lester Mattoon and De Rae Lichty were first with a vocal duet, Injured in Accident. CRYSTAL LAKE--Mr. and Mrs, Mervin Frogg and family returned home from Kentucky where they have been visiting relatives the past three weeks. On their return trip they were in an accident at Ames, when a truck drove out in front of them from a side road. Mrs. Frogg suffered cuts on her head and a broken finger. All were bruised but none seriously injured. Move to Kockford. NORA SPRINGS--Mr. and Mrs, Glenn Hall and little daughter. Delores, moved the first o£ the week to Rockford. Home From Iowa City. ORCHARD--Mrs. Pete Green returned from the hospital at Iowa City where she has been taking treatments. Sells Store at Portland. NORA SPRINGS--Mr. and Mrs, O. Hubbard are moving to their residence in Nora Springs this week. Mr. Hubbard has disposed of his store at Portland and will now retire. At Session in Chicago. OSAGE--Ed Davidson drove to Chicago Wednesday to attend a convention of General Electric salesmen. He was accompanied by Ralph Burnham and Charles CougWin. They will return home Sunday after stopping in Hinsdale to see Mr. Burnham's brother-in-law, Randall Gilles and wife. Recovering From Operation. GOODELL--Latest reports from Harry Newgard at Rochester, Minn., are quite favorable. Mr. Newgard iad a tumor removed from near the aase of his head on Saturday and aas been improving rapidly'since the operation. 67 at Benefit Party. LUVERNE--A benefit bridge party was given Tuesday by the Progressive club. There were 67 in attendance and the proceeds will go to the scholarship and loan fund and the Children's Home at Des Moines. Move Into New Home, RAKE--Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Jensvold moved into their new residence, just completed. It is one of the finest homes in town, located north of tie Community Oil station. Move From Osage. ORCHARD--Mr. and Mrs. Fred Smith moved here from Osage and are the new proprietors of the Orchard Inn. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Daggett have gone to Slatter, where they will visit their son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ross Daggett and daughter. Former Member Honored. CALMAR--Mrs. Joe Martinek was honored Wednesday afternoon at a party at her home in Decorah by the members of the American Legion auxiliary of Calmar. Mrs. Martinek who moved to Decorah was a former member of the Calmar unit. Home From Rochester. LELAND--Mrs. Everett Holiday returned home Tuesday evening from Rochester, Minn., where she has -been a patient at the hospital since Christmas. Returns From Texas. GOODELL--Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Bode and Audrey Griggs returned ionie from Fort Bliss, Texas, where iey took their son, Dale Bode. Dale was home on a short furlough from ie army. They made the round Tip in 7 days, coming' home by way of Denver, Colo. Birthday Is Celebrated. GOODEUL--A group of rela- ives and friends gathered at the John Bachman home to help him celebrate his birthday. Society Is Entertained. PLYMOUTH--The Ladies' aid society of the M. B. church met Wednesday for its semi-monthly meet- ng with the president, Mrs. Martin lanson, presiding and Mrs. Philip "Strand and Mrs. Oswald Strand en- ertaining. Condition Much Improved. CALMAR--Dale Hathaway, -who was seriously injured last Thursday n a truck accident, was to be taken o his Jlorae in Calmar Thursday rom the Decorah hospital. His con- "ition is much improved and with- ut complications his recovery is certain. Mission Group Meets. NORA SPRINGS--The Woman's foreign Missionary society met "uesday at the home of Miss Mary Weier. Mrs. Fred Schmidt led the esson on education for women in south America. Miss Meier sang the Jttle Brown Church in the Vale in German. Visitors From Rodman. WESLEY--Supt. Carl B. Johnson and sister, Alvina Johnson, of Rodman were Sunday evening dinner juests at the home of Supt- and Mrs, E. D. Raulin of Wesley. Will Visit to Moline. GREENE--Mr. and Mrs. B. Vecdham and Mrs. J. H. Graven eft for a visit with friends at lount Vernon and Iowa City. From here they will go to Molir.e, HI., or a brief visit with relatives. Leave For South. FOREST CITY--Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Hansen have gone to Tarpon Springs, Fla., to spend the remainder of the winter. Mrs. B. J. Thompson and daughter, Janice, left by car for Los Angeles, Cal., to spend two or three weeks visiting Mrs. Thompson's mother, 84, who has not been so well this winter, and also her daughter, Wilma. Miss Janice came home from Minneapolis, where she is a student in the school of art, during the week-end in order to accompany her mother on the trip,. 40 Attend Installation. RICEVILLE--More than 40 members and guests were present at the O. E. S. installation Tuesday evening- in tha Masonic hall. A 6:30 dinner was served and entertainment was furnished by Mrs. H. H, Sharp, Mrs. William Lauman, Miss Ailey Hendrickson and Mrs. A. G. Dunton. Education Day Celebrated. DUMONT--The Woman's Christian Temperance Union met Tuesday afternoon with .Mrs. H. M. Raecker with a program in celebration of Temperance Education day Jan. 16. The Rev. H. M. Raecker had charge of devotions, Mrs. Harry Allen explained the two Sheppard Constitutional Amendments and the Rev. F. P. Shaffer of the Methodist church gave a talk on Liquor and Our Nation's capital. Recovering From Operation. MELTONVTLLE--Herman Thomas, who entered the Veterans' hospital at Des Moines last week, is recovering nicely from the operation he underwent there. Hostesses to Bridge Club. ROCK FALLS--Miss Myrtle King and Miss Carolyn WilWnson entertained the Ladies' Bridge club Monday evening. Are Parents of Son. BUFFALO CENTER--A son, weighing 7% pounds was born to Mr. and Mrs. George Jutting, Tuesday at the Dolmage hospital. This is their first child. Daughter Is Born. CORWITH--Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Beaman are the parents of a 9 pound girl born Wednesday morning at their home southwest of Convith. The daughter has been named Vivian May. The Beaman's now have two girls and a boy. Home Is Quarantined. LAKE MILLS--The Albert Limesand home is under quarantine for scarlet fever. One of tha children has also had pneumonia, Present For Funeral. HUTCHINS---Mr. and Mrs. George Wermersea of Miller, S. Dak., Mr.- and Mrs. Will Comp and three children, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Comp and Sam Hanes of Winterset,' Mr. and Mrs. Everett Hpdgen of Webb, Mr. and Mrs. Dwaine Dornburger of Sioux City were relatives who came-from away, to attend the funeral of John Wermersen, Sr. Daughter Is Born. FOREST CITY--Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Hodson axe parents of an 8 pound daughter, Jacqueline Lee, born Jan. 12. at the home of Mrs. Hodson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Holt Return From California, BUFFALO CENTER--Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Koppen and two daughters, who have been visiting in California for the past month, returned Tuesday evening. They made the trip by motor. Meets at Martin Home. CORWITH--The Corwith Woman's club met Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. C. H. Martin. On the program Mrs. Fay Scace gave a poem by Guest, "A Gift From Heaven," Mrs. P. E. Walley talked on "Across the Pampas of Argentine," a book review of "The Sup- planter" by Grace D. Boylan was given by Mrs. Charles Oxley and Mi-s. R. E. Bonnstetter and Mrs. C. C. Johnson sang "The Old Refrain" with piano accompaniment by Mrs. R. L. Hawswirth. Dismissed From Hospital. LAKE MILLS--Mrs. Melvin Swenson and infant son, Jon Ray, were dismissed Tuesday from the Kingland hospital. Honored at Shoiver. FOREST CTTY--A large gathering of members of the Immanuel Lutheran church and friends of Prof, and Mrs. Odvin Hagen honored them at a post-nuptial event in the parish house Wednesday evening. A program of toasts and music was given, and the honorees presented a purse of money as a gift Mrs. Hagen was before her marriage New Year's eve, Miss Margaret Lyng. Honord on Birthday. DOUGHERTY--A number of relatives and friends gathered at the home of Mrs. M. J. McGee for a iurprise party to help her celebrate ler birthday, Monday evening. Cards and bingo were the entertainment of the evening. Will Move to Denver. THORNTON--Mrs. Jennie Heath received word that her son Austin, wh has been in the employ of the 3eattie Gold Mining company in Quebec, Can., .the past 34 years, ias- accepted a position with a min- ng firm in Denver, Colo., and will move there with his family about Jan. 20. They are well known In Thornton and Clear Lake. Showers Are Planned. ACKLEY--Misses Lauretta Hanig, Edna Hofmann and Francis Cachelhoffer will entertain St. Hary's choir club at the home Of Miss Hanig, Tuesday, Jan. 21, at a shower in honor of Miss Lucile McGreevy, a choir member, whose marriage to Harry Ryken will take place at 8 a. m. at the church Monday, Jan. 27. Misses Clara Lindeman, Esther Dibble and Edna Hofmann will entertain at a shower for iliss McGreevy at the home of Miss Lindeman, Jan. 16. CORN SHOW TO BE AT GARNER Small Grain, Forage Crops Also to Be Exhibited Jan. 31, Feb. 1. GARNER, Jan. 16.--A corn, small grain ?nd forage crops show will be teld here Jan. 31 and Feb. 1 at the Gamer opera house. The show is open to all farmers in Hancock county. Exhibits of corn must be o£ 10 ears. Officers elected include Casper Panhoff, president; A. M. Rosedahl, secretary and Ben F. Greiman, treasurer, Clark Lackore, Albert Abele and Rudolph Bienert are the executive committee. The program committee named is C. D. Danield, Ben V. Greiman and Rudolph Bienert and those in charge of exhibits 'Win be Clark Lackore, Albert Abele and Rudolph Bienert. Cash prizes will be awarded for corn, oats, barley, wheat, rye and soy bean seed. The Garner Chamber of Commerce is co-operating and will give merchandise prizes to all exhibitors. Farm bureau home project women will give a play. Takes Position Near Waterloo. ROCK FALLS. Jan. 1G.--Miss Carolyn Wilkinson accepted a position in the Orange township Consolidated school, just out of Waterloo, for the last semester. Miss Wilkinson has taught in the rural school east of town for the past two years. Gopher State Oil Firm and Albert Lea Chamber Assemble for Banquet KIESTER, Minn., Jan. 16.--The Gopher State Oil company held a meeting with the Chamber of Commerce of Albert Lea Tuesday evening. Those attending from Kiester and Bricelyn were: Herman Johnson, president of the company; Marsh Herrick, Granville Heileck- son, other officers, and M. R. Hintz, B. A. Talle, William Luebke, Milt Hottinger, Hugh Highland and H. L. Sponberg. The meeting was to the form of a banquet. The main speakers were the mayor Albert Lea and the commissioner from Minneapolis. 2nd Death in Week in Rowan Home Reported ROWAN, Jan. 16.--Lloyd Gunderson, 11, died Sunday of scarlet fever. Services were held at the home Monday afternoon. This was the second death in the home the past week, the father dying Wednesday of heart disease. SHOES 100 Pa i rs of Ladies' Novelty S h o e s . Broken sizes in pumps, ties and straps. B l a c k s a n d browns in medium and high DRESS PRINTS H u n d r e d s o f yards of fine fast color prints. This is a value plus! 10 yards for . . : GOODS DEFT. Brand new Terry Towels, in fancy b o r d e r s . Y o u cannot have too many towels! DRESSES 75 Ladies printed cotton crepe dresses, marked down from high- priced lines. Assorted s i z e s in dark prints. B4T.CONV Mett's Shorts Q u i c k drying mesh. Easy to handle, and so _ very quick in ^ drying! Multi-- ^ c o l o r borders. Size 17x17 30 for e What Values! Cut to Penney's own specification! Broadcloth! Shirts of cotton, only 19c. Men s r a y o n hose with extra heavily reinforced h e e i s and t o e s . All new spring patterns! pair for . . . MEVS DEPT -- Just Look at PENNET5 DOLLAR DAY SPECIALS Saturday, Jan. 18, so a.m. to 9:so p.m. The first Dollar Day this year that all Mason City has been waiting for. Hundreds of new and timely items not advertised go on sale with these mentioned on this page! Come early and get your share of the savings. A COMPANION FEATURE =r=^ Women's and Misses' Marked Down DRESSES What values these really represent! You'll scarcely see such bargains Again! 100 dresses marked down from much higher priced lines.' They include silks, rayons, knits. Some are 2-piece, long and short sleeves. $1,66 SPRING HATS 98c S a u c y n e w styles just what you want for right now! A range of colors! BALCONY ' BED Beautiful rayon spreads, e x t r a ' large size. 'f you don't need them now, buy and save them until you do. i)»r coons DEPT, Girls' 3 to 16 years! ie Tub-fast percales in the very newest patterns! Perfect styles for the teen-age and the younger miss! Amazing buys! FROCKS Sensational Low Price Plaids, stripes' and novelties . . . of fast color prints. Sizes 14 to 44. A Penney Bargain! Fancy Trimmed Rayon I® each Women's panties, briefs . . . cut to fit smoothly and comfortably. An unusual buy at this price. Sizes medium and large. LADIES' PURE SILK HOSE Full fashioned in chiffon and service weights. All the late colors. A real value! TORN 59* Make your own sheets. All ready to hem. Full size, Six 99. Unbleached. 8c 27-inch, light and dark colors. Extra heavy weight. yard Bleached or unbleached. 36- inches and 39 inches wide. This is on exceptionally heavy weight- for this price. NEW NOVELTY each Here is a bargain you won't pass up if you see them! Made from novelty marquisette in size 214 yards by 40 inches. Thrilling New Novelty NET PANELS January Bargain Priced! Rough woven net in rich, plain effect or with smart woven patterns. Woven side borders. Some with loop tops. Penney's Nation Wide 81x99 SHEETS Quality Tested for Wear Famous quality at'a typical J. C. Penney price! Smooth" finish, closely woven, long-wearing sheets! Nation Wide Cases, 42 by 36 inch size. 23c. RAYON Ladies 'Stretche', top rayon hose. Full fashion fit. | Seasonable colors. 8 ' / 2 t o l O ' / 2 SHIRTS or SHORTS Men's extra fine b r o a d c l o t h shorts. Elastic' inserts in side, i full cut. Shirts of combed yarn in Swiss ribbed. 4 for CHORE Men's h e a v y b r o w n chore i gloves -- Lined w i t h h e a v y ' fleece for cold i weather -- knit wrist. 8 pair for JIMMIES Boys' sanforized c o t t o n jimmy i pants. ' Buckle suspenders, dark I colors. 2 to 12 ( years. 2 pair for . . . . BOYS' DEI-T. Children's Cotton Extra long, fine mercerized hose ' in dark tans and light tans. 5'/2 to 91/2. 4 pair for . . . . HOSIERY DEPT. Men's wool and cotton m i x e d w o r k socks. Dark colors. 10 pair for . . . MEN'S DEM. Sanitary napkins. An unusual bargain. 12 in box. 10 boxes for . . DRY GOODS DEPT. Women s gowns in long sleeves, full cut, in plain and fancy stripes. 16 to A bargain. Here is a bargain! Again Penney comes through with fast color dress shirts, for only sizes 6 to 14. Men's Madras Work J® *$ · Made from heavy yarns, fast colors. Easy to launder, full cut. Blue, gray or tan. J4'/ 2 to 17. MEN'S DKPT. Children's Children's ploy oxfords in black or brown, elk uppers, compo soies. Work Sturdy elk uppers with long wearing compo soles and leather insoles. 6 to I

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