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March 11, 1936

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 16

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SIXTEEN MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, MARCH 11 M 1936 Clear Lake Globe-Gazette OFFICE PHONE 239 . . HELEN HENDRICKS, News Editor LEE DEWIGGINS, Circulation and Advertising Residence Phone 310-W _ Residence Phone 67 HONOR STUDENTS ARE ANNOUNCED 23 in High School Rank High in Scholarship During Period. CLEAR LAKE--Most of the honor students of the high school fall into the middle group this period the first in the second semester. Again no students are in the "traight "E" scholastic ranks. In the "E and G" roll are: Robert Bless, Letty Chase, Edith Enabnit and Lillian Peterson, freshmen: Bob Colburn. June King, Jeanne Beckner, Helen Lomen, Helen Nealis Kathleen Newman, Jean Ransom and Betty Treloar, soph- mores; Merrill Clausen, Margaret Hughes, Marguerite Winnie, jun- niors; Junior Fredricksen, Marion Phillippe. Clayton Pittman, Marian Bieber, Carroll Eastman and Maxme Fuchs, seniors. The "G" honor roll includes Pauline Baughman a sophomore, and Harvey Coe, a junior. High School Hi-Tri ; Girls Hold Meeting CLEAR LAKE--The Hi-Tri girls of the high school convened in the high school auditorium Tuesday afternoon. . Mrs. A. B. Phillips was the speaker of the afternoon, using "Personality," for her theme. She was introduced by Mis Jane McMullen, president of the organization The girls' sextet presented a number and Joyce Hushaw presented a vocal solo, accompanied by Jeanne Beckner. Plans are being made to hold a St. Patrick's party soon. Miss Ruth Skrable is sponsor of this group. Record Out of 18 Games Played. CLEAR LAKE--A large local del- gation is expected to attend the ectional basketball tournament which opens Thursday at the Mason City high school gym. Two of the strong contenders in he tournament, Clear Lake, 1936 hamps of North Iowa conference, nd St. Ansgar undefeated in its 18 rames playing north Iowa teams his year, will clash in the second ame of the evening, beginning at 5:10 o'clock. Coach "Slip" Shoemaker, a var- ;ity basketball center at the Iowa state college, Cedar Falls, several ears ago and coach of Geneseo ligh which went to the state tournament in previous years, is the St Ansgar tutor. This aggregation has won from Charles, City and its latest victim is Waverly, which lost 21 to 31, scoring 14 points in the last 'ew minutes. John Halvorson, nephew of H. N. Halvorson of Clear , is in the pivot position. Mason City, which is also classified in class A meet, is the defending Iowa titleholder, as well as the current Big Four leader. There are no reserved seats for the tournament games. Clear Lake Briefs Lions Enter Sectional Tourney Against Saints it. Ansgar Has Undefeated tn e period of three months training in the U. S. navy. Honorman is selected from a careful study of the men and at the end of the three months' training the man who through his excellent ability, aptitude and influence over his shipmates is chosen honorman. The ioist, a newspaper of the naval raining station, San Diego, Cal., ;arried a picture of Mr. Pierce and wished him continued success in he naval service. Work on New School Building Is Started CLEAR LAKE--Work on the new high school building at Clear Lake has begun under a crew of 12 men working for Ernest Andersen, con tractor. A warehouse has been bull and an office for executives is erected. Work has now begun on the excavation which is expected to be completed in one week, which time the bricklayers will start to work. The buildings on the school site will be removed in the near future. TRAFFIC SCHOOL LESSON IS GIVEN FOR LIONS CLUB Presentation of Illustrated Explanations to Other Groups Planned. A traffic school lesson, illustrated by miniature cars on a table having streets and signs involved in regular traffic, was presented Wednesday noon at the Lions club meeting in Hotel Hanford for the first time outside of the regular lesson given Thursday in the police station to traffic violators. Presentation of the lesson to other adult groups is planned. Explanation of traffic laws, description of violations and warnings on how to prevent accidents were Clear Lake Calendar given by Officer Edgar Faber of the Iowa state highway patrol and Policeman John C. Hrubclz. This lesson marked another step of officers to educate the public to the importance of safety, classes having already been conducted in the schools. Lessons (liven (ienjcrnpliically. Streets, intersections and signals are drawn to scale on a large table so that officers can point out geographically to drivers and pedestrians the things to be particularly careful of. Highway Patrol Officer Faber pointed out that 60 deaths had occurred in Iowa this year in highway accidents. He urged drivers to consider road and weather conditions in their driving, make sure their cars are working right, use courtesy and common sense and have physical defects corrected. "Last night north of town we found 2',t feet of water on the highway." the patrol officer said. "We notified the highway commission which put up flares. Even at that, we saw motorists hitting the water at 60 miles an hour. There are some drivers who just won't pay attention to anything." Ordinances Arc Explained. Officer Hrubetz explained ordinances in Mason City, including parking regulations, meanings of signs and other factors. Then he illustrated on the traffic board some of the more common violations. Police Chief Harold E. Wolfe is starting a campaign against double parking and to get pedestrians to observe stop and go signals, he said. M. A. Aasgaard of Lake Mills, governor of district A of Lions club, was introduced by C. F. Weaver, local president. Mr. Aasgaard mentioned highlights of the state convention to be held at Fort Dodge May 21 and 22, urging the local club to have a large representation. He also pointed out the great growth of Lions clubs, slating that in 1936 there are 2,700 clubs with 80,000 members. "The opposition combines the worst features of fascism and communism," says Mr. Ickes. In other words, there is a campaign coming, --Detroit News. Grace Moore Says She Is Walking Out on Movie Contract DETROIT, (.T)--Grace Moore said Wednesday that she is "walking out" on her motion picture contract until "Hollywood learns to treat me more like fe human being- and less like a machine." The singer was here for a concert. "In the last picture I made in Hollywood," she said in an interview with the Detroit News, "they made me sing- all day and milk a cow in the bargain. I don't mind milking a cow or two in the course of a day, but also to sing all day is something else again. I have another public besides that one out in Hollywood." MEETINGS CALLED OFF. The praver meeting and teachers' meeting Scheduled for Wednesday evening at the Presbyterian church have been called off because of the illness of the pastor, the Rev. George K. Davies, who has influenza. Father Sentenced for Assaulting Girl, 12 BURLINGTON, l.T) -- William Ademeit, 45, of Burlington Wednesday pleaded guilty to a charge of criminally assaulting his 12 year old daughter and was sentenced to serve 25 years in the state prison at Fort Madison. Again, to the close observer it appears that many democrats, in striving to see eye to eye with the president, are becoming cross-eyed. --St. Joseph (Mo.) News-Press. WE I!UY OLD G O L D Dental Scrap Only W. J. IRVING Palais Roynl Buildine Thursday--Twentieth Century club luncheon at Mrs. E. R. Boyle home, North Fourth street. Trinity circle of Zion Lutheran church, at Mrs. Jens Wind home. Royal Neighbors and Modern Woodmen in regular session at I. O. O. F. hall, refreshments, 8. Busy Bee club at Mrs. Elmer Luscomb home, all day meeting. Priscilla circle at Mrs. John Osnes home. Lake View club at Mrs. Elmer Treloar home, 2:30. Thimble Bee club at Mrs. Frank Clark home, picnic dinner. Friday--Deborah circle of Zion Lutheran home at Mrs. C. 0. Lomen home, 2:30. Star club at Mrs. Val Wallis home, Mrs. Lloyd Lyons assisting. Mixed dance at Surf ballroom. Christian Workers at Mrs. J. S. Annerson home, East Main street. Saturday--Dance at Clear Lake Country club, Frenchy Graffolier playing. Dance at Surf ballroom. Something new! Diamond Prune Bread at all dealers. Mrs. E. E. Liidvrig and family, South Third street, are quarantined with scarlet fever. Eugene Ludwig is the only one suffering from the disease. New Spring Suits and Topcoat', ·buy them- on our "Budget Plan -pay 55 down . . . split the balance "over 10 weeks and that's all. Abel Son, Inc., Mason City. Fred Thompson and Marvin Olson returned Wednesday morning from a two months' trip to California They visited with Mr. Thompsons ·brother, Frank Thompson, in San Francisco and also visited the San Diego exposition and at Los An geles. Most convenient method of bor rowing from 515 to $300. Com Gordo Loan and Investment Co Clear Lake. · Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Wirtz, Nort - East street, have moved to the Conrad Nelson farm south of Clear Lake. ' Fri., Sat., shampoo, finjfcnvave and hair trim, 50c. Phone 10p. Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Svrartz and family,. farmers northeast of Garner, have moved into a cottage at Oakwood. Special permanent end curl, 51.50. Ph. 100. Koeneman's Beauty Shop. Mary Louise Carlock, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Carlock. South Third street, is suffering from scarlet fever. Miss Winifred Sandry, student at Morningside college, Sioux City, spent the week-end at home with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Sandry, West Division street. Harold Sorlie, manager of he Gamble store, left Wednesday for his home at Hartland, Minn. He has closed the store. Dora Sornson and daughter have returned to their cottage at Oakwood after spending the winter in Mason City. She is making preparations to open her business, the Broken Dollar in the near future. Mr. and Mrs. Busby have returned to their cottage after spending several months in Mason City. Bill Pierce Is Named Honorman in Navy CLEAR LAKE--William Harvey Pierce of Clear Lake was selected as honor man for his company, for St. Patrick's Fete Planned for Guests CLEAR LAKE--Mrs. Peter Knutson entertained members of the Hi- Lo Bridge club Tuesday afternoon at her home. Mrs. Oscar Peterson was the only guest. Plans are being made to hold a St. Patrick's day party at which their husbands will be invited on Tuesday night. Mrs. William Hofer will be hostess to the group at a dinner. Assisting" the committee will be Mrs. Arleigh Eddy, Mrs. Floyd Cookman and Mrs. James Bailey. PETER ANDERSON COURT WITNESS Called by Plaintiff in Case Brought Against Estate of C. H. McNider. Peter Anderson, secretary of the Northwestern States Portland Ce ment company, was on the witness stand Wednesday in the presentation of further evidence by F. A. Ontjes and associates purporting to show they had equitable grounds for bringing their action against the estate of C. H. McNider after the statutory limit of one year following Mr. McNider's death. Mr. Anderson was placed on the stand by the plaintiff for the purpose of presenting records of the Northwestern States Portland Cement company relative to transactions involving the purchase by the company of stock in the .LaSalle Portland Cement company. The cement company officer was questioned by Mr. Ontjes as to whether his records contained correspondence between Mr. McNider and others relative to the cement stock transaction. PARK THEATRE Tonight, March 11 "THE MIGHTY BARNt'M" Wallace Beery - Adolph Menjou Virginia Bruce - Rochelle Hudson Hollywood News, Cartoon, Vaudeville. lOc and lie The soothing medication in Resinol Ointment and Soap quickly relieves these and other skin irritations or outbreaks due ·to external conditions. Don" ~ continue to suffer-- try Resinol today, and see how gentle it isyhow comforting, and how it quickens the healing of yout sick skin, for careful skin cleansing use Resinol 'Soap. Simple Fret. Write Kesinol. Dept. 66. Baltimore. Md. Resinol Republican Poll in Ohio Shows Landon to Be Far in Lead COLUMBUS, (IP)--Ohio's republican state committee, which took a statewide poll to determine sentiment toward potential presidential candidates, reported Wednesday its final tabulation showed Gov. Alf. M. Landon of Kansas far in the lead. Chairman Ed D. Schorr said that out of 9.507 votes cast Landon received 5.392; Senator William E. Borah of Idaho 1,952: Col. Frank Knox, Chicago publisher, 1,223; former President Herbert Hoover 396; Senator Arthur Vandenburg of Michigan 279: Senator L. J. Dickinson of Iowa 61, and all others 204. Mitchell County Fund Transfer Is Approved DES MOINES, (IP)--State Comptroller C. B. Murtagh Wednesday allowed Estherville to transfer ?1,150 from its light to its sewer construction fund. He also allowed Marengo to transfer 51,357 from water and sewer funds to general fund and Mitchell county to transfer $2,500 from emergency to road maintenance fund. HELEN BREWER GIVES TESTIMONY Senneff Brands Allegations Set Forth by State as "Misinformation." Mrs. Helen M. Brewer, complainant in disbarment proceedings against Garfield E. Breese, Mason City attorney, being heard here before a court of three judges, testified Wednesday as the first witness for the state. Under direct examination by Harry Garrett, assistant attorney general commissioned to prosecute the action, she covered negotiations and events leading, up to the suits for rent brought against her by A. W. Harroun from whom she rented a building occupied by the Brewer Tire and Battery company. Denies Allegations. Her testimony followed closely the allegations made Tuesday by Attorney Garrett in his opening statement, i n which he stated that three rent judgments awarded to Mr. Harroun against her. were the result of a pleading filed for her by Mr. Breese who was her attorney in the action on which the first judgment was rendered by Judge Joseph J. Clark in district court here. John Senneff. appearing for Mr. Breese, answered Mr. Garrett's statement Tuesday with denials of every important allegation and termed most of the statements set forth by Mr. Garrett "misinformation." LAKE THEATRE Wednesday · Thursday Diek ro\vell - Ann Dvorak "THANKS A MILLION" Bargain Matinee Thtirs., 2:30 Sun.. Man.--ROSK MARlfc Has Records. Fortunately. Mr. Senneff continued, the shorthand records and transcriptions . made when Mr. Breese. at Mrs. Brewer's direction, dictated the pleading in question. The defending attorney also maintained that Mrs. Brewer took a copy of the pleading to her home, kept it for two or three days, and then returned with it to Mr. Breese's office and asked that a few changes be made in paragraph No. 16 and subsequent paragraphs, but stated that the remainder of the pleading was all right. These changes were made, Mr. Senneff said, and verified by Mrs. Brewer before the answer was filed, and paragraph No. 6. to which Mrs. Brewer is now objecting, remained as it was originally written I and passed on by her. Wallace Denies Any Friction With Davis NEW YORK, (/B--Secretary of Agriculture Henry A. 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