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Mason City, Iowa
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Wednesday, March 7, 1934
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i*M^ FOURTEEN MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE MARCH 7 · 1934 END OF BUILDING IS BLOWN OVER Goodell CWA Workers Had Just Left When Bricks Demolish Floor. GOODELL, March 7.--Goodell CWA workers were fa a narrow escape when the north end of the new community building was .blown over by the. strong wind Monday. The 35 foot projection above the plate crashed to the ground just after several of the men who were working under · it, · finished their work. The brick fell through the stage flooring, breaking all of the 12 inch joists' and stopping when it crashed into the basement, demolishing the furnace, stove. Ackerman Fiineral Is Conducted at Allison ALLISON, March 7.--Funeral services for Harm J. Ackerman, 84, who died;iit;hia h'omeTabout six miles southwest..of..Allison, were conducted by the Rev. J. M. Kauff- min at the Allison funeral home Sunday afternoon-with burial in Folkers' · cemetery; He is survived by his widow,! fflur '. sons, .Frei' .of Aredale, John of Clarksville; Herman and William of Allison; and three daughters, Mrs. Grace Berneman of Dumont, Mrs. Hattie Dailey of Bristow and Gertrude of Allison and 19 grandchildren. Eagle Grove. Restaurant Opened by Clarion Man EAGLE GROVE, March.7.--Mr. and Mrs. William Hazlett sold their . restaurant in the L. B. Beer building on Broadway to Harold Fanner of Clarion, who opened -up for busi- ntss Saturday after making a number of changes. Wins Spelling Contest. POPEJOT, March 7. -- Marvel Boyington won first place in the local spelling- -contest and will compete in the county contest to be held at Hampton Saturday, March 17. Luther Debaters Will Participate in State Tourney in Des Moines DECORAH, March 7.--Accompanied by Prof. David T. Nedson, Luther college debate coach, a team of Luther debaters will travel to Des Moines March 14 to take part in the annual state debate tournament, held this year at Drake university. Winner of second place in last year's meet, the Luther team will be the third to represent the school at tts contest during recent years. A Luther team composed of Carroll B. Hanson, Barnesville, Minn., veteran arguer, and Tilmar Moilten, Coon Valley, Wis., represented Luther at the yearly Northwest Intercollegiate tourney held at St Thomas collage, St. Paul, Minn. _ Advancing through to the eight round of the · tourney the Luther fluo defeated St. Thomas, Gustavus Adolphus, Macalester, Iowa State Teachers and Mayville Teachers of Mayvilte, N. Dak., and lost to Ripon, Hastings, and Stevens Point Teachers of Wisconsin. Two of the teams which defeated . Luther, Stevens Point and Hastings, advanced to the finals of the tournament. A second Luther team, composed of Frank Miller of Decorah and Harlan Moen of Canton, S. Dak., was eliminated 'in! tie'fourth round. 100 Honor Thompson Couple on Anniversary THOMPSON, March 7.--More than 100 neighbors, friends and members of the Synod Lutheran church' gathered at the country home of Mr. and Mrs. Julius Johnson Sunday in honor of their fortieth wedding anniversary. After dinner, the Rev. Mr. Ylvisaker gave a short talk and presented a gift to the guests of honor. A vocai solo was given by Ruth Elaine Linderholt. There are eight children in the family and all of them and their families were present. Mr. and Mrs. Johnson -were married at the West Prairie Synod Lutheran church by the Rev. Mr.- Srnedahl. Four of the families present have been close neighbors of the Johnsons 40 years. /\MON6 LIFE'S BLESSINGS I MENTION A DEAF MUTE BARBER WORKING iN A SHOP THAT IS FOR MEN ONLY A shop that offers you dependable auto service and repair is the Central Battery Electric Co. We are AUTHORIZED UNITED MOTORS SERVICE in Mason City since 1920. Our guaranteed Square Deal Policy assures you satisfaction. PHONE 494 111 119 SO.DELAWARE AYE. IOWA D, A. R, HITS AT COMMUNISM Praises Judge Bradley for Spirit in Supporting Constitution. DBS MOINES, March 7. tflP-- Delegates to the thirty-fifth annual convention of the Iowa Daughters of the American Revolution continued their session here today. The body yesterday received the report of its resolutions committee headed by Mrs. Robert J. Johnston oi' iiUinboidt. The resolutions touched on a variety of subjects . including the attack on Judge C. C. Bradley of ·2. airs r.y u Joup of jarmcrs during agricultural disturbances last spring, public education, communism and national defense. Judge Bradley was praised for the "high spirit of Americanism that prompted him to face danger and death in supporting the constitution of the United States." Oppose Communism. Under the heading of "Soviet Russia," the D. A. R. favored legislation that would make it a "criminal offense for any one in the United States to belong to or advocate the principles of the third In- ternationale or the communist party, be such persons citizens or aliens." A lengthy resolution headed "problems of communism," opposed communist summer camps "poisoning the minds of American born children;" favored legislation requiring aliens to be identified; opposed the "teaching of atheism" in schools, colleges and universities; .-:jed enforcement of statutes pro- ist students and teachers, and urged enforcement of stautes prohibiting the nse of mails to transport printed matter "advocating or suggesting the overthrow of the government of the United States.' A separate resolution asked that Emma Goldman, "dangerous communist," be denied citizenship. Oath of Allegiance. The D. A. R. voted to sponsoi legislation requiring all teachers in public .schools, colleges and universities, "or other institutions of learning," to subscribe to the oatl of allegiance to the government of the United States. Treating national defense the group favored a "regular army of 14,000 officers and 165,000 enlisted men; a national guard of 210,000 enlisted men with proportionate officers; and citizens military training camps of not less than 5,000 youths a year. A navy up to treaty strength, 'adequately manned," was demanded. The Iowa D. A. R. went on record as opposed to newsreels of rioting or mob scenes, favored stringent immigration laws, and favored legislation "for the better protection of the national emblem. 11 Thompson Is Appointed Postmaster in Kanawha KANAWHA, March 7.--Thomas H. Thompson received official notice from Postmaster General James Farley that he has been appointed postmaster at Kanawha, effective at the close of business March 18. Mr. Thompson is a former postmaster and a democrat. Mr. Thompson was the only applicant for the position NOMINATED FOR FILM PERFORMANCE AWARD The award for the best film performance of any actress in 19SS will go to one of the stars shown here. These three (left to right), Diana Wynyard, May Bobson and Katharine Hepburn, were nominated by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, the winner to be decided by votes of academy members. Each is shown as she appears in real life and in the role which brought her the nomination--Miss Wynyard in "Cavalcade;" Miss Bobson In "Lady For a Day," and Miss Hepburn in "Morning Glory." (Associated Press photos.) FOUR QUESTIONS TO ASK Before Selecting a Funeral Director selection. of a funeral director is important J. and should be based upon the knowledge that the one chosen is fully qualified to render conscientious, efficient service. Take no chances. Before calling any funeral director, ask these four questions: 1 _ Is he dependable? McAuley Service has been PROVED dependable time and time again. It is se..... lected yearly by many of the city's most discriminating people. 2-- Is he properly equipped? The McAuley Funeral Home,- facilities, and automobile equipment are unexcelled anywhere in this section. 3-- Is he experienced? From A. E. McAuley's 33 years of experience come the many modem features . " of McAuley's Service. 4 -- Is he ethical? Out of respect for patrons, A. E. McAuley adheres strictly to all provisions of the funeral directors' code, which among other things, condemns visiting the sick and paying commissions. MdMLeg Funeral Home No. 8 South Adams Ave... Phone 651 MASON CITV IOWA CLAIMS FRIEND TOOK HIS MONEY Culiigan Charges Korleski With Theft on Ride at Emmetsburg. EMMETSBURG, March 7.--Ernest Korleski, 39, Emmetsburg CWA worker and World war veteran, was out on bonds of $1,000 Tuesday, following his arrest on larceny charges, after Simon Culligan, 48, Emmetsburg;, reported the theft of ?50 allegedly taken during a ride with Korleski and three unidentified men whom Korleski met on a road one mile west of Emmetsburg Thursday night. Culligan, thinking his money would be returned, waited several days before filing charges. He told officers Korleski suggested driving ,o Estherville Thursday night, but as they were leaving Emmetsburg, about 8 o'clock in the evening, Cul- igan changed his mind about going and suggested that they turn back. This was done and as they ap- iroached the outskirts of Emmets- mrg, they stopped and picked up three men, ?.'hom Culligan could not positively identify by name. He was carrying his money in an open purse, because of the number of bills in it, in an outside socket of his jacket. Shortly after :hey picked up the men, he missed money. Korleski, who sat next :o him in the car, denied taking it, then suggested that they all have some refreshments in town. When Culligan complained again that his money was stolen, Korleski handed him a dollar bill and told him to use it. CharlesCityNews Iowa Colleges Asked to Co-Operate With Aeronautics Bureau Globe-Gazette Washington Bureau. WASHINGTON--The aeronautics branch of the department of commerce has asked Iowa State college at Ames, Morningside college at Sioux City, the State University of Iowa at Iowa City and 68 other universities to co-operate in an effort to improve radio range beacons for aviation guidance. Rex Martin, assistant director of the branch, has asked the presidents of these institutions to assign someone to the research problem of improving the efficiency and reliability of the beacons in mountainous country, or to suggest that the work be carried on in connection with graduate study. . In addition to this work on the problem, two department experts will leave Washington in a few days in a special radio-equipped commerce department airplane to study the radio phenomenon which gives multiple or split course signals on the beacons. Mrs. Julius Niemack Re-Elected Chairman of Music Department CHAKLSE ei : r/, March 7.--Mrs. Julius Niemack was re-elected chairman of the music department of the Woman's club at the regular meeting Tuesday afternoon in the Hildreth hotel. Mrs. George Wentland was elected secretary. Ilza Nie- mack had charge of the program which was devoted to early violin comoosers and makers of violins. Two" of her pupils, Katherine Blumenstiel of this city and Farrington Barker of Cresco, played solos by early Italian composers. Mrs. Charles Harding had charge of the current events. Two Auxiliary Groups Make Meeting Plans CHARLiiS CITY, Marcn 7.--ITJe Evening auxiliary of the First M. E. church will have a picnic supper this evening in the church dining room after which the following program will be given: Devotions, Nelle Schroeter; "Woman and Progress," Anna Nies; lesson, Mrs. Alice Rhinesmith and Smyrna Satterlee. Clara Swain auxiliary of the Central M. E. church will meet Thursday evening in the church parlors where the following program will be presented: Devotions, Ida Stoeber; "The Story of Fifty Years," .Mary Rudolph; vocal duet, Emma Priebe and Irene Schilling; study, Ethel Toepfer and Petrena Jung. Members and friends of the Congregational church will have a picnic supper in the church dining room tonight. The men's quartet will sing several selections after which a forum will be held on "Why I Attend Church." ( Mrs. Sam Reinhart of Alta Vista Is Buried ALTA VISTA. March 7.--Funeral services for Mrs. Sam Reinhart, 65, who died suddenly Friday after a heart attack, were held Monday afternoon with the Rev. H. O. Thompson of the Evangelical church officiating. Born at Galena, 111., Nov. 3, 1868, in 1890 she was married to Charles Wessell who died in 1895. In 1898 she was married to Sam Reinhart. She is survived by her husband, one daughter-in-law and four grandchildren, four brothers, Charles, George, Will and Ernest all of near Cresco, four sisters, Mrs. Anna Wade of Cresco, Mrs. Amie Dudley of Washington, Mrs. Lillie Hecht of St. Paul and Mrs. Sadie Hadtke of Alta Vista. Former Resident Dies. CORWITH, March 7.--Word was received here of the death of Mrs. Verner Sallquist on March 1 at Sioux City. Mrs. Sallquist was the former Miss Lalla Gerkin, daughter of the Rev. and Mrs. E. Thomas Gerkin, and a former resident of Corwith. The Rev. Mr. Gerkin was pastor of the Methodist church here for five years. 2 at Charles City Seek School Director's Post CHARLES CITY, March 7 -There are two candidates for the office of school director, Ralph Anderson, whose term expires, and Wayne Fluent. Mr. Anderson announced his candidacy three weeks ago. Owing to his absence from the city last week he did not file his nomination papers last Friday, the last date for filing, but he issued a statement chairman of the music department election. His name will have to be written on the ballot or pasted on with a sticker. program will include three speakers of statewide prominence. CHARLES CITY BRIEFS CHARLES CITY, March 7.--Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Laird of Nashua are the parents of a boy born at the Cedar Valley hospital. Mrs. C. A. Teft of Nashua and Thomas Hughes of Orchard are new patients in the hosDital. Mrs. B. M. Feeney was called to Minneapolis by the sudden illness of Jier father, B. D. Kritz, a former resident here. parents of a son born at their home south of the city. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Klinetop are E. M. Sherman has gone to Rochester, Minn., to consult the Mayo clinic. R, W. Zastrow returned from Clarion Tuesay where he was called by the illness of his mother, Mrs. S. W. Zastrow, who had a stroke. Miss Lenore Fisher of Madison, Wis., is visiting her aunt, Mrs. Henry Bluhm and husband. TURNER SCORES 6,0, P, FACTIONS Tells Audience at Clarion Nominees Must Stand on Voters' Principles. CLARION, March 7. (UP)^-Former Gov. Dan W. Turner of Corning today continued his attack upon certain factions of the republican party' in his campaign for the G. O. P. nomination for governor at the June primary. Addressing a community meeting at noon, Turner re-iterated his plea that Iowa republicans "unite under the principles of Lincoln and other great leaders who have made it the party of the common people." A similar address touched off the Turner campaign in southern Iowa last week. "This year, more than ever before," Turner added, "we must unitedly make sure that our party and our nominees stand four square for those principles which the rank and file of the voters want. This is no time for minority rule. Above all, it is not time for the 'rule or ruin' tactics on the part of these little groups who threatened to wreck the party several times before." Rites for Mrs. Offerman Are Held at Alta Vista ALTA VISTA, March 7.--Funeral services for Mrs. William Offerman were held Monday morning in St Bernard's church with the Rev. A. C. Woerdehoff officiating. Mrs. Offerman, 39, is survived by her husband, her mother, Mrs. Fred Dietrich, two sisters, Thresa and Grace and two brothers, Albert and Frank. URGES RECEIVER/ FOR LAND Flit Judge Favilie Announces His Decision in Collins Farms Case. DBS MOINES, March 7. CM--A recommendation by Federal Chancellor F. F. Favilie for the appointment of a receiver for the Collins Farms company of Cedar Rapids was filed in federal court here today. The recommendation follows lengthy testimony in an action brought by the Equitable Life Assurance society of the United States to foreclose on 165 farms in 80 counties. ' Additional defendants in the case are the Collins Mortgage company, the Cedar Rapids National bank of Linn county, and the Merchants National bank of Cedar Eapids. · The insurance company seeks foreclosure of first and second mortgages valued at nearly 54,000,000 held on lands, title to which rests in the Collins Farms company, 10 Judge Faville's recominenaatiftn was filed here and at Fort Dodge si» multaneously, he said, due to the fact that farms involved in the suit lie In both the northern and southern Iowa districts. Judge Favilie, in his written report, proposes a receivership with the belief that revenue from the farms should be under the supervision of the court while the litigation is pending. Such action, ne drcllres, would not interfere with the proper functioning of the trustees Henry Emmons Elected President of League EMMONS, Minn., March 7.--The Luther league of the Emmona Lutheran church Sunday night elected: President, Henry Emmons, Jr.; vice president, Alida Storaash; secretary, Sarah Hanson; treasurer, Eileen Thustem. The program included: Piano solo, Marion Peters; reading, Sarah Hanson; vocal solo, Germaine Emmons; reading, Derva Zuelke; vocal duet, Pearl Loftus and Carrie Vermedal. HERE are the new to look for in Spring Millinery We've done the mid-season headwork for you, and here are the answers. Look for brims, turned back to show the hairline, slashed off the forehead, saucer brims, shovel brims. Look for straws, straw, fabrics, wool straws, rough straws, sheer' straws. $3.98 $5 $7.5O The Merkel Co. ('tf? '' Mrs. Morse's Injuries Are Revealed as Severe CHARLES CITY, March 7.--Mrs. Howard Morse who is confined to the hospital in New Hampton had X ray pictures taken which disclosed a fractured pelvis, cracked shoulder bone, broken collar bone and two cracked ribs. Miss Margaret Baldwin who was injured in the same accident has a fractured pelvis. Their injuries were received j last Saturday evening when the au- j tomobile in which they were riding I crashed Into a telephone pole which could not be seea on account of the fog. James Thcvn, Charles City, the other injured victim was dismissed from the hospital Monday. FISK Tires Get Acquainted Sale We want a lot of new customers for Fisk Tires and we are charging this sale discount to business building expense. 25% DISCOUNT ON ALL CASINGS AND TUBES Nomination Committee Chosen. CHARLES CITY, March 7.--Reports were given at the monthly meeting of the P. T. A. council in the high school when the members of the nomination committee were elected. Those chosen were Ann Busch, Mrs. E. A. Sheldon and Mrs. W. E. Frudden. A large amount of welfare work was reported for the month. Mrs. E. A. Sheldon announced 6,417 bottles of milk were distributed and Mrs. J. A. Petry's committee gave out a large amount of clothing. Go To Des Moines. CHARLES CITY, March 7.-County Agent W. H. Brown, Lou Hobert, Earl Winterink and Fred Cerwinski motored to Des Moine? today to attend the beef producers' meeting at the Hotel Savery. The Fisk Rugged De Luxe Fisk Heavy Duty 6-Ply Fisk 4-Ply Fisk Rugby Extra Heavy Fisk Rugby Standard Fisk Air Flight Glider All Truck Casings All Types of Tubes 11 A BOND WITH EVERY TIRE COME IN AND FIND OUT HOW MUCH MONEY YOU CAN SAVE ON YOUR SIZE . H. MARSTON DODGE and PLYMOUTH 1/2 Block East of Hanford Hotel

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