The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on February 15, 1934 · Page 2
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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 2

Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, February 15, 1934
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TWO MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE FEBRUARY 15 1934 POISON NEEDLE KILLS 4 DOGS Mongrels Pay With Lives for Pack Attack on 6 Year Old Girl. CORTLAND, N. Y., Feb. 15. UP)-A poisoned needle, wielded by the law, executed four mongrel dogs today for a pack attack which crippled Joyce Hammond, 6 year old school girl. Appeals from animal-lovers all over the country fatted to save the dogs. They were taken from cells shortly after midnight to an animal hospital, where County Veterinarian B. V. Moore carried out the death sentences Imposed by Justice of the Peace A. P. McGraw. Dr. Moore plunged a poisoned needle into each dog. Then an anesthetic was administered. The dogs, which only a. moment before had been yelping for Joy at being released from the cells, fell into a sleep and died quickly. Curly succumbed first, then Pal, Jack and Sport Dr. Moore declared his method of execution was approved by the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals as the "most humane." Little Yoyce, who may never .recover the use of an arm the dogs mangled, slept at her home a few blocks ·from the hospital while the (Jogs were being 1 killed, unaware of the impending, execution. Sh had spent a busy day yesterday looking over hundreds of valentines, chewing gum and a "sunshine basket" of toys sent her. Petition for Special Election on Pool at Iowa Falls Circulated IOWA FALLS, Feu. 15.--Secretary C. H. Benedict has started the circulation of a petition asking that a special election be called by the city council for the purpose of voting on a municipal pool. It is proposed that.the cost of materials for the pool shall not exceed 55,OOC and shall be paid for out of the TROPHY FOR CORN Marlon Coppoch of Ankeny, left, 1934 president of the Iowa Corn and Small Grain Growers' association, and Henry , H. Stevens of Scranton ore shown here with the Whiting; trophy which was presented to Mr. Stevens during Farm and Home Week for showing the grand champion 10 ears of corn in the corn and small grain show. The trophy, presented by W. C. Whiting ol Whiting, is competed for annually. Stevens was also sweepstakes winner from his section and won a number of other firsts. water fund of the city and from the income from the pool. The labor is to be furnished by the CWA. Gov ernment loan aid in the sum of ?4,' 000 will be given. Former Postmaster in Kanawha Dies in West KANAWHA, Feb. 15.--Word was received here yesterday telling of the death of Henry Africa in Lyman, Colo. Mr. Africa was the postmaster in Kanawha during the administration of President Wilson. Leases Tourist Cafe. GLENVILLE, Minn., Feb. 15.-Ella Hefta leased her restaurant the Tourist cafe, to Frank Yanek who will take possession Thursday He will hold a sale on his farm west of town soon. Godfrey to Speak at Night School Banquet at Gamer on Monday GARNER, Feb. 15.--George W. odfrey, assistant to the president of Iowa State college, will be the principal speaker at the Farmers night school banquet at the high school gymnasium Monday night. The night school for farmers was started about five years ago by Tay Vendelboc, instructor 'of agri- julture in the Garner high school, eing held every two weeks during lie winter. The average attendanc "or the year has been about fifty, bounty Agent S. J. Oberhauser Is assisting Mr. Vendelboe with the study that will be continued throughout the year. . Choir Wins First. BELMOND, Feb. 15.--The choir of the local Methodist church won first in a subi'district music contest of the Algona district at Clarion Sunday night. The local group composed of 27 members, and directed oy Miss Blance Williams, entered ID class A. 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