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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 7

Mason City, Iowa
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Tuesday, March 10, 1936
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EIGHT MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, MARCH 10 · 1936 LA PORTE CITY NEWSPAPER WINS Should Have Been Namec as Official County Paper, Says High Court. DES MOINES, UP»--The state su preine court ruled for the LaPort City Progress-Review Tuesday b'j reversing a Black Hawk county dis trict court decision naming th Waterloo Herald an official pape of the county. The opinion, which held that thi LaPorte City paper should have heen named, was one of 17 hande down by the court. The court di not rule on the appeal of Harold M Cooper, former liquor control com mission chairman, from his convic tion in Linn county for violating the state liquor act -The court based its reversal o; the Black Hawk county decision on the contention that a sworn state ment by the Waterloo publisher hac listed 1,200 subscribers in Black Hawk county but that "upon a hear ing the list shrunk to 820." The opinion said Iowa provides no paper may be selected when the Us filed with the publisher's application contains names of those who are not bona fide subscribers and the names were "knowingly and willfully entered," with the intent to deceive the county board of. supervisors. The La Porte City paper's application contained an affidavit showing 640 subscribers in the county i« i.^*^: CENTSfi Soothes SKIN IRRITATIONS Iowa Train Buried 34 Days in Drift This photograph doesn't show much because there isn't much to show---just a train buried under a snowdrift to such an extent that it was not liberated for 34 days. The ,s on the M. and St L. rail- ££d between Langdon and Terril in a drift 15 feet deep. Bobsleds driven over the roadbed formed such a thick ice coating only a few miles a day could be progressed by a force of 40 men. (Iowa Daily Press Photo) and "the record fails to show the disturbance of any of these names" the opinion said. Originally the county board of supervisors ruled for the La Porte City paper but the district court, upon appeal, held for the Waterloo Herald. 0. S. Bailey was listed in tie action as publisher of the Waterloo Herald and Mary F. Lizer as publisher of the La Porte City Pro oress-Review. Hancock to Bar Three Ton Trucks on Gravel When Frost Goes Out GARNER--The Hancock county board of supervisors took action at ts meeting in order to prevent destruction to gravel roads being cut y heavy trucks. Trucks weighing : tons, including- load, will be ex- Juded from all gravel roads in the ounty as soon as frost begins to ome out. With weather as mild as Monday, it is thought within a ew days the embargo will be in ffect, according to County Engi- eer Charles F. Merten. County nowplows are at work again this week to open side roads of drifts hat have been blocked since the irst snow storm. Opening of the oads will allow farmers who are moving to get to their destination efore the frost gets out. Mrs. Gatty Granted Divorce From Flyer Who Never Was Home LOS ANGELES, UP)--Mrs. Elsie Louise Gatty won a divorce Monday from Harold Gatty, round-the-world flyer, after testifying "he was only home on rare occasions." "And even then," she added, "he would only stay a few minutes and then depart for a hotel." Mrs. Gatty charged her husband was quarrelsome and "didn't seem to like anything I did." Gatty acted as navigator for the late Wiley Post in his globe 'circling flight in 1931, covering 15,174 miles in eight days, 15 hours and 51 seconds. Dr. Keeney Is Candidate for Office in Palo Alto EMMETSBURG--Dr. George H. Keeney, Mallard, physician and school board president, has announced his candidacy for state representative from Palo Alto county on the democratic ticket. A. H. Henningsen, Graettinger merchant, will seek re-election on the republican ticket. Henningsen defeated Seeney for the office two years ago ay a close margin. PABST F INE flavor knows no boundaries. 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B R E W E R Y G O O D N E S S S E A L E D R.IJSHIJ* Robert Gengler Wins in Cream Scoring at Whittemore Creamery WHITTEMORE--The forty-third annual meeting of the Whittemore Farmers' creamery was held in the Higgins hall Saturday. In cream scoring, P. C. Cromer of the extension dairy service, was in charge. Prizes were awarded to Robert Gengler, first; William Fandel, second, and M. C. Bonnstetter third. Mr. Cromer gave a lecture on "The Future of Dairying." Election of officers was held with August Vandt being re-elected president and Thorn- 1 as Ford elected to succeed Ed Youngwirth. Herman Lauck was the highest bidder for the buttermilk buying it for 90 cents a 100 gallons. Rural Letter Carriers Begins on Route Early Before Thawing Starts SWEA CITY--Rural Mail Carrier R. E. Berg and assistant carrier, Clyde Sanders and helpers, leave the postoffice at S a. m., in order to get over the worst part of the highways before toe roads become melted and nearly impassable for traveling in the later part of the day. Permission for leaving at this time was obtained by Postmaster Ida E. Larson. Some of the highways are still blocked by snow.and two extra men are covering this part of route by walking., Regular schedule will be resumed as soon as traveling on highways will permit. Iowa Falls Creamery Again Plans Session IOWA FALLS--The Farmers' Co-Operative creamery will make a third attempt to hold its annual stockholders' meeting next Saturday. The first two dates set fell upon the two blizzardy Saturdays in February, when it was impossible for a quoram to be convened. Secretary R. J. Santee in his notices to stockholders states that plans for reorganization of the company will be discussed at the coming meeting, at the Community Club rooms, commencing at 1 o'clock. High School Youth Takes His Own Life MT. U N I O N , 05--ArcMe T. Laird, 16 year, old Mt. Union high school student, committed suicide Monday at his home east of here by shooting himself through the heart with a revolver. His body was found by his uncle, Robert Jones, with whom he made his home. No reason is known for his act. PIONEER BURIED AT NORTHWOOD Mrs. Stott, 83, Civil War Veteran's Widow, Leaves One Son. NORTHWOOD--Funeral services for Mrs. Alice T. Stott, 83, were held here Sunday afternoon at the First Methodist church with the Rev. William Crossley, pastor, in charge. Mrs. Stott died Friday after a brief illness. Burial xvas made in Sunset Rest cemetery. Mrs. Stott was a daughter of one of the pioneer families of this section and had lived her lifetime in Northwood and vicinity. She was married Oct. 7, 1872, to William G. Stott, a. Civil war veteran who, though only 14 years of age when that conflict broke out, served three years with the Union army before the termination of the war. Mr. Stott died 49 years ago, in the spring of 1897. She is survived by one son, Dr. Hubert W. Stott, of Monmouth, 111., one grandson, Kenneth W. Stott, and one great-grandson, J. Douglas Stott. There are five brothers and one sister Jiving, Mrs. Martie Moore. Northwood; Ed Young and Will Young, Glenville, Minn.; Dr. Ernest R. Young, Dubuque; Clarence Young, Banff, Canada, and Hubert Young, East End, Saskatchewan, Canada. Mrs. Stott had .been a member of Northwood Light chapter of the Eastern Star order of Northwood for a great many years and the ritualistic funeral" service of that order was given at the church by the officers of the local group led by Miss Eleanor Rustad,' worthy matron, following the religious service. Mrs. Stott had been a lifelong member of the Methodist church and was always active in attendance and support of the local congregation. She was also a charter member of Helen Hinrnan Dwclle Chapter of the D. A. R. in Northwood and was one of a committee chosen to select the name for the chapter at the time of its organization in 1926. Enfeebled by the infirmities of advancing- age, she was not able to enjoy these contacts during the past year or two but retained a keen interest in community affairs. Iowa City Elects Board. IOWA CITY, UP)--In one of the lightest elections in years, W. W. Mercer, John Kadlec, and W. E. Spencer were re-elected to-the Iowa City school board. Farewell Parties Held for 3 Lonerock Families LONER OCK--A farewell surprise party was held at the John Geitzen- auers in their honor Friday evening. They are moving near Armstrong. A surprise party was held Saturday evening for the Eugene Hofius family who move near Ottosen. A surprise party was also held for Mrs. Will Bierstedt and family. Stilson Man's Brother Is Killed in Chicago STILSON--Wilfred Cooney received word early Saturday that his brother, Earl, had been killed in an auto accident in Chicago. Mr. Cooney left shortly after receiving the message for Chicago with his brother, J. F. Cooney, of Whittemore and their sister, Miss Jennie Cooney of Blue Earth, Minn. Rites for Sam Grace, 73, Held at Mclntire. McINTIRE--Rites were held at the Elmer Grace home Monday for Sara Grace, 73. Sam Grace died Saturday at bis home in St. Paul. Mr. Grace left Mclntire about 17 years ago, moving to St. Paul. His wife and two brothers, Elmer and Charles of Mclntire, survive. Burial was made in the Wayne cemetery. WAy we call them THE SATEST low-priced cars EVER "BUILT! ARGEST DOUBlETlCTiiN? HVDRAUUC BRAKESTM 0 WEIGHT! | os laxe. ufKcene TOUR BOOS SEDAN wnK iwm. 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Their building place is situated on an abrupt slope and the snow drifted in so completely filling the space between the house and barn that they Save had to cut steps in the side of the banks to enable them to get to the barn. They have not been able to get out of their ward with a team since the snow came and have had to depend on neighbors bringing: their supplies and leaving them about 20 rods from the house. From there they have been hauled on a small hand sled to the house. Forest City Couple's Anniversary Observed FOREST CITY--Mr. and Mrs. Henry Thompson celebrated their golden wedding anniversary at the home of their son, Dr. Paul H. Thompson, Friday evening when a group of relatives and friends gathered there for a pot luck dinner and social time. Injured in Fall. 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