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February 18, 1931

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 18

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18 SUPREME COURT DECISIONS GIVEN BY IOWA JUDGES Opinions on Appealed Cases in Des Moines Are Handed Down. DES ilorNES, Feb. IS. UP)--The following- decisions were handed down by the Iowa supreme court Tuesday. P. L. Arthaud, appellant, vs. G. J. Griffin, Warren county, Judge W. S. Cooper. Appeal from motion to strike part of plaintiff's motion in action to recover damages. Affirmed. Opinion by Wagner. Benjamin Blecher, appellant, vs. William P. Schmidt et al., Woodbury county, Judge A. O. Wakefield. Lower court directed verdict for defendants in action to recover on contract. Reversed and remanded. Opinion by Wagner. Jennie Campfield, et al., appellants, vs. S. Lincoln Rutt, executor, et al., Guthrie county, Judge W. S. Cooper. Lower court directed verdict for defendant in action t'o set aside probate of will. Affirmed. Opinion by Wagner. Citlzeps Bank of Milo vs. Albert A. Frank et al., appellants, Warren county, Judge W. S. Cooper. Lower court found for plaintiff In action to set aside transfer of real estate. Affirmed. Opinion by Fa- MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE SHOW GIRLS IN COURT SCENE ville. Appeal Is Dismissed. Ed Welty, appellant, vs. Des Moines Mutual Insurance associa tion, Woodbury county, Judge A O. Wakefield. Lower court set aside previous judgment in action to re cover on hail insurance policy. Ex ceptions and appeal dismissed Opinion by De Graff. Joseph Sokolowske, vs. H. L Wilson and Credit Service Exchange, appellants, Woodbury county, Judge Robert H. Munger. Lower court found for plaintiff in action for damages. Modified and affirmed. Opinion by Albert. ~ Elizabeth A. Taylor,- appellant, vs. E. A. Lindemann, et al., Sioux City, Judge B. F. Butler. Lower court dismissed plaintiff's petition in equity. Reversed. Opinion by De Graff. James Ellis, et al., vs.' Citizens Associated Press Photo Chorus eirls of Earl Carroll's "Sketch Book" appearing before the judge of a Chicago court as a result of a. police raid on the show, which was stopped, temporarily, on a charge of obscenity. - -- -- ---..m u v .-«., vt. *_fiu.^.ciia Bank of Carlisle, and G. D. Schooler, receiver, appellant, Warren county! Judge W. S. Cooper. Lower' court entered decree against defendant Deceiver, Reversed. Opinion by De Graff. New Amsterdam Casualty company vs. Edward W. Brookhart, et al., appellants, Woodbury county. Court granted plaintiff relief. Modified and affirmed. Opinion by Wag- county, Judge P. J. Klinker. District court denied attorneys' fees. Affirmed. Opinion by Wagner. State of Iowa, appellant, vs. Norman Baker et al, Muscatine county, Judge C. L. Ely. Lower court granted injunction against four of five defendants. Reversed and remanded. Opinion by Stevens. ner. Stevens Gives Opinion. .._,_Charlotte A. Schroeder, et .al.; appellants, vs. GeOrge Cable, et al., Scott county, Judge W. H. ilaines. Court dismissed petition to set aside probate of will. Affirmed. Opinion by Stevens. , M. J. Roach, appellant, vs. Philip Sammon, Madison 'county, Judge E. W. Dingwell. Verdict for defendant. Reversed. Opinion by Stevens. Orville Rogers, appellant, vs. James Powers, Guthrie county, Judge J. H. Applegate. Lower court directed verdict for plaintiff in. action of promissory notes. Affirmed. Opinion by Albert State of Iowa, ex rel. board of assessment and review et al., vs Webster board of supervisors, et al., appellants, Webster county, Judge O. J. Hendwerson. Verdict for state board to compel reduction in assessed value of real estate Affirmed. Opinion-by Stevens Decision Is Affirmed. John B. Phelpa et al. vs. Louis Kroll et al., appellants, Plymouth county, Judge B. F. Butler. Lower court found for .plaintiff in action to collect rents and. profits. Affirmed. Opinion by De Graff. George W. Kerr, appellant, vs. John Horn (Horan) et al. Supplemental opinion in denial of rehearing. W. L. Douglas Shoe company vs. Up-To-pate Store, Inc., appellant, Woodbury county. Judge C V Hamilton. Lower court withdrew items of counter claim and entered judgment against defendant Affirmed on condition. Opinion bv Stevens. * Estate of August Ost, Calhoun Minnesota Man, Left Money by Relatives, Lives in County Farm TWO HARBORS, Minn., Feb. 18 UP)--John Osbakken, an aged in mate at the Lake county poor farm since 1926, has made a decidei "hit" with the board of county coin missioners as well as proving be yond question his honesty. Mr. Osbakken recently was -notified he had been left 58,000 by relatives in Norway. Friends at the home thot John would move, but he didn't. Recently he appeared before the county board and agreed to pay for being supported by the county. The bill, be figured, amounted to $1,478. The board didn't have any precedent to follow in making a settlement but told him they would accept $1,100. · Then John told the board lie was going to continue to live at tho poor farm and pay the stipulated amount of 51 a day. This arrangement was unanimously agreed upon by the board and John still is at the home altho his friends there know he IB paying. D. A, R. Program Is Given at Northwood NORTHWOOD, Feb. 18.--Members of .the Northwood chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution held their annual Washington's birthday program and guest night Monday evening at the C. H. Dwelle home. About 60 were present. Dinner was followed by a program. Miss Esther Webb, principal of the high school, gave a pa- par on "Sidelights on Washington." Miss Dorothy Dwelle read a paper on "Romantic Origins of our National Songs." Musical numbers included vocal solos by Miss Elberta Parker and Miss Alma Thorson and a saxophone solo by Miss Hazel Neely. A child's tap dance number in costume was given by Albert Dwelle. Declamatory Winners at . Graf ton Are Announced GRAFTON, Feb. 18.--In the declamatory contest held Monday evening at the public school Reuben Tesch was given first in the oratorical division, Evelyn Nagel first in the dramatic and Raymond BublHz in the humorous class. The boys' quartet furnished music. Presenting Fashionable Apparel Direct From Fifth Avenue New York 3 SOUTH FEDERAL -- COMING TO -MASON CITY SOON See T hursday's Paper for Complete Details United States Shows Favorable Balance in January World Trade WASHINGTON, Feb. 17. (/£-- American exports for January amounted to $250,000,000 as compared with imports of 5183,000,000. leaving a balance of trade favorable to the United States for the month of $67,000,000. Both imports and exports for January by the commerce department were the smallest recorded in manv years. Diegelman to Lead Services at Osage OSAGE, Feb. 18.--Baptist members are planning a week of specia meetings beginning March 16, with he Rev. W. L. Diegelman of Cedar r alls as the special speaker. Mr Diegelman is an old friend ana ehoolmate of the Rev. John D. Cern. The two were together for hree years at William Jewell col- ege at Liberty, Mo., then spent hree more years in the theological eminary at'Rochester, N. Y. The -edar Falls man has supplied the Saptist pulpit twice during the ummer that the church was with- ut a. pastor and also at a midweek service two years ago. 'larksville Woman Has 80th Birthday CLARKSVILLE, Feb. 18--Mrs. abra Molesberry observed her ightieth birthday. She came to larksville at the age of 6 weeks nd has been a resident here ever nee. One of a family of 11 chil- ren she herself was the mothr - of 4, eight boys and six girls, of horn all but one son are living here are 28 great grandchildren. er husband, who is dead, served le Union and Joe Molsberry, the on with whom she makes her. home, a Spanish-American war veteran, he san still sew, read and recall ncidents of pioneer life. eachers of Foreign Languages Will Meet IOWA CITY, Feb. 18.--French, panish and German will be the of- cial languages of the conference vhen several hundred teachers of lose tongues meet at the Univer- ity of Iowa Feb. 27 and 28 for their nnual conclave. Each sharing an qual place upon the program, this athering of the state's modern for- ign language teachers will be ad ressed by visiting speakers from Wisconsin, Chicago, Ohio State, anc 'eachers' training college of Dacca India. .egion Auxiliary Holds Story Hour at Titonk* TITONKA, Feb. 18.--The corn nunity children's story hour, spon ored by the American Legion aux iary and held in the Legion hall /as attended by 46 children. Follow ng the salutation of the flag and he singing of America, Washing ton, Lincoln · and Valentine- stories were read and told to the children Several relics oC the World wa were shown and explained. The nex meeting will be held Feb. 28. Hanlontown Group Will Arrange Drought Reliel HANLONTOWN, Feb. 18.--A committee of J. M. Knutsen, Mrs Fred Scott, Mrs. W. J. Loveless Chris Schneiter and Sam Hall has been chosen to arrange to get supplies to send to the needy in the drought district One hundred dollars has already been sent from here. Gospel Team Will Be at Hanlontown and Fertile HANLONTOWN, Feb. 18. -- The lospel team from Waldorf college, Forest City, will conduct English crvices here Sunday morning at 11 j'clock. They will be in the Fer- ile Lutheran church Sunday even- ng and have charge of the Luther ..eague hour. · ] HAWAII RANKED HIGH IN WRITING Student at Cresco Is Given Honorable Mention in Scroll Contest. DES MOINES, Feb. 18. (/P)--Two girls, one from Hawaii and the other from Pennsylvania, and, a boy from Indiana were adjudged national winners in the three divisions of a journalism contest sponsored by Quil! and Scroll, national high school journalism society. The results were announced by George H. Gallup, head of the journalism department of Drake university and national secretary of Quill and Scroll. Eleanor Chun, student at McKinley high school in Honolulu, Hawaii, was awarded first place in the feature writing contest. A class- FEBRUARY 38 1931 mate, Toshiyuki Ito, gained second in the headline writing division, in which Alice Smith of MeadvilleJ Pa., high school was awarded first. Taking second to Miss Chun was Lovern Lovell of Central City, Nebr. William Rodkey, Warren Central high, Indianapolis, was the only entrant to turn in a perfect paper in the'third division, the current news contest, in which the competitors were asked to answer 15 questions on current news topics. Leonard Eslick of Roosevelt high, Des Moines, t who placed second to Rodkey, was the only lowan to place among- the ten national winners ID each division. Marian Fifield, Cresco, was given honorable mention in headline writing. The Hawaiian school had the best record of any in the national contest, Tucson, Ariz., high being- th« only other school to place two entries among the first ten, this pair taking a ninth and a tenth. If you 'think politicians have an easy graft try sitting- on a fence and keeping one ear to the ground. --Minneapolis Star. ELEVATORS ARE CO-OP EXAMPLE Farm Board Disapproved by Boyle in Address in Minnesota. MINNEAPOLIS, Feb. 18. (#)_ Grain marketing thru local farmers elevators has stood the acid test of time and is now our largest example of successful co-operative marketing, Prof. James E. Boyle of Cornell university, Ithica, N. Y., told delegates attending the twenty-fourth annual farmers elevator convention here today. In summarizing the agricultural marketing act and the farmers elevators movement, Professor Boyle said the farm board's idea of marketing thru great centralized agencies or pools is economically unsound. Grain marketed thru the local farmers elevators is handled at the lowest margin of cost of any agricultural commodity, he said. "The Farmers' elevators are built on the sound principle of self help. They do not need any state aid in the form of subsidies, grants or cheap credit. They are sound business institutions, not 'objects of charity. State aid plus state interference, its necessary concomitant, will prove in the end a serious menace to the farmer elevator movement. "Farmers' elevators and other farmer co-operatives need to fight for more industry co-operation-that is, the co-operation among all the different interests in one industry. You are all in the same boat. "The next practical step is to have the agricultural marketing act either repealed or amended. I suggest amendment, so that we may keep a farm board but deprive it entirely of its present functions of merchant, speculator, and banker." E5uttermakers of Three Counties Hold Meeting at McGregor Creamery McGREGOR, Feb. IS.--The but- termakers of creameries of Calyton, Allamakee and Winneshiek counties met in McGregor today. A butter scoring contest was to be held at the local creamery in the afternoon, followed by a supper at the Mallard restaurant and a program of talks and music. Covers are to be laid for 50. C. N. Hart, dairy inspector of the Iowa department of agriculture, was scheduled to speak. Godvangen Hired Again. HANLONTOWN, Feb. 18.--The directors of the Creamery association met and re-hired E. A. Gudvangen as manager.and buttermak- er. Mr. Gudvangen has been the but- termaker for several years, coming here from Vinje. THURSDAY -. FRIDAY -- SATURDAY The Surplus Stock of a Large Des Moines Store! 7386 PAIRS FULL-FASHIONED H O S $1.5O -$1.75 astd $2.OO Famous Brands ALL-SILK! 45, 48 and 51 GAUGE NEVER BEFORE SOLD AT SUCH A LOW PRICE ... AND PRQgABLY NEVER AGAIN Plcot Tops! Grenadines! Chiffons! Service! Semi-Service! Buy Them by the Dozen! 2 Pairs for $1.$® 4 Pairs for $2. HERE ARE THE FACTS We purchased the surplus stock of a large Des Moines Department Store secured at a tremendous concession because' they were unable to sell in the short time granted them when their lease was canceled. The color and size assortments are complete because this hosiery came out of their stock rooms and has never been on the shelves. Slenderet heels! P i c o t tops! Plain tops! Everything a woman looks for" in full fashioned, all silk chiffon hose. Their sheer clearness is flattering on the leg. Their wide color range enables you to complete y o u r costume with a contrasting or harmonizing shade. You'd choose just such hose as these if they were price tagged regular price and know they were worth it. In the Most Fashionable Shades Grain Promenade Sable SERVICE For those who require a heavier weight stocking these will prove a revelation -- seldom have you seen such qualities under $1.50 and we' know you'll stock iip at this low price! Duskee Rendezvous Reye Light Gun Metal Sandee Nude Crystal Beige Gun Metal GRENADINES These dull snag-resisting hose are sheer as cobwebs yet strong as service weights -- they are clear as crystal--never before sold at such a low price. THREE DAYS ONLY Trade Where YouDo the Best CHIFFONS Picot-tops on these alt silk chiffons in misty sheer weaves that challenge the imagination at a price like this--shown in moat entrancing new shades. THREE DAYS ONLY

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