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February 26, 1931

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 5

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FEBRUARY 26 1931 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE i ms? O' /5 a 9i /mitj?' me c IOWAN !A W PROFES LISTS REASONS Economy, Speed and Fairness to Defendant Thot * to Be Promoted. IOWA CITY, Feb. 26.--Economy, speed and fairness to the defendant are prime considerations in the proposed plan making possible the waiver of jury trial in criminal cases except those in which the death sentence may be imposed. Prof. Rollin M. Perkins of the University of Iowa law college has sketched those facts about the proposed change in the Iowa law. After completing a delailed analysis of the situation, he has declared that there is every reason to believe that such a law, making it. optional with the accused person to oe tried either by jury or by court alone, would be held constitutoinal and valid. Enormous sums would be saved if even half of the cases were tried without benefit of jury, Professor Perkins said, for Iowa jurors receive ?3 daily in addition to mileage and criminal trials often lengthen into weeks. Speeding up of the machinery of justice would be accomplished by the waiver plan, for the selection of a jury consumes much time. In many situations when the judge was authorized to try the case, it" would be heard promptly, thereby aiding the defendant who might be unable to obtain release on bail. A judge tried case sometimes is more fair to the prisoner when the crime is such as to arouse repugnance and prejudice in the mindc of .-« JURY IN CRIMINAL TRIALS the jury, such as revolting circumstances or physical or racial characteristics of the defendant, Professor Perkins asserted. County Legion Auxiliary · Session to Be at Wesley WESLEY, Feb. 23.--The'Ameri- can Legion auxiliary has received a certificate of national citation for enrolling; a 1931 membership exceeding that of 1930. This unit will entertain the county convention Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock. One hundred are expected. I.amruage Teachers to Oiiithur. IOWA CITY, Feb. 26.--Halls of the University of lowu again will become a rendezvous for high school teachers when the twelfth anmml conference on modern foreign languages convenes Friday' morning for its two dayfeessions. Caucus to He Held. PLYMOUTH, Feb. 26.--The towr. caucus will be held Monday at T:3U o'clock in the town hall. Nasliuu Quota Is Sent. NASHUA, Feb. ,2G.--Nashua and community answered the call for relief for drought stricken districts sent out by the Red Cross by subscribing the quota assigned and more. Mrs. R. R. Waite, local chairman of the Red Cross, sent in Nashua's quota. Two will Start Garage. HANLONTOWN, Feb. 2G.--A deal was closed Wednesday whereoy Calvin and Harry Miller becamn owners of the building north of the Bray hardware. The purchase was made from Bray and Son and tha Miller Brothers will conduct a garage and filling station as soon as supplier arrive. A Good f Appetite? y /jf^-then work seems like play! ' I 'HAT is the right way! Don't stavve your -*· system--those red-blood-cells, when lowered in number, may cause serious trouble. In fact, if the tendency of a lowered red-cell count is allowed to continue, ANEMIA may result. Body weakness, lack of uppctito, underweight, paleness, salloiv complexion, pimples and boils are symptoms of a low blood count. These may indicate that you need S.S.S. S.S.S. restores the red-blood-cells to normal. Your appetite picks up, your whole body is strengthened, invigorated! You, too, may soon possess a wonderful power of new life and vitality. Get the large size bottle. At all drug stores. ©S.S.S. Co. akes you feel like yourself again.. B U Y R C A RADIOTRONS --at-- TUBES TESTED FREE WE SELL RADIOTRONS Tubes Tested Free O, ant get new radio Putnewlifeinyourradio with new RCA Radio- Irons, the tubes which have been recommended by l e a d i n g set m a n u f a c t u r e r s for years. Have your radio dealer test your ol! tubes-they're as easy to take out as Mazda lamps. RCA RADIOTRON CO., INC., Harrison, N.J. Of Radio Corporation of America Subiiiliary') T H E H E A R T O F Y O U R R A D I O R C A RADIOTRONS Distributed By L. P. Courshon Company Mason City, Iowa R C A RADIOTRONS Sold Uy Peoples Gas Electric Co. "For Hotter Appliances" Open ICvonin^s THERE Miscellaneous Items From 100 * * » * * * Globe-Gazette Correspondents in North Iowa and Minnesota Visits at MfHoiu-Hle. . MELTONV1LLE--Mrs. Allanson of St. Ansgar is a guest this week of Mr. and Mrs. John Johnson. Go to Colfux. COULTER--Albert Hanson ancl Vndrew Sorensen of -Latimcr drove to Colfax Wednesday for a brici visit with Mr. Hanson's brother, Hans .7. Hanson and family. Ilorktonl P. K. O. itlcels. ROCKFORD--The P. E. O. met with Mrs. I. H. Benson Monday a.Ci- ornoon. Mrs. Gcnevieve McNinch oL ! hicago ami a non-resident member of the chapter was present a r . .his meeting, Is Hostess to Union. PLOYD--Mrs. Fred Thon-.as was lostess to the Helpers Union mem- crs and friends at her home Wednesday. Is 111 in California. BRISTOW--Mrs. A. L. Surfus received word from Lon Beach, Cai., that her niece, Miss Zola Early, i^orn and reared in this community, is in a critical condition with a tumor on the brain. Zella Early started for Long- Beach Tuesday. Koturn From Chicujro. ROCKFORD--Lynn Smith, m a n - ager of the Rockford co-operative dairy association, and R. F. Dnnkcl- bcrg returned from a short business trip to Chicnqo. Is 111 :it Scarvillo. SCARVILLE--Mrs. I-lelga Bnul- g, one of the pioneer women of this community, is critically ill with pneumonia. Returns From Hospital. BANCROFT--Frank Mulligan returned from Iowa City the first of the week where he was taking treatments at the university hospital. Ladies Aid to Meet. FERTILE--The .Church of Christ Ladies aid will meet Friday afternoon in the church parlors. Mrs. Ralph McGrady's division will be the hostesses. House Is Quarantined. THOMPSON--The home of Martin Grimsley is under quarantine fo_ scarlet fever, their son, Donald, ix ill. Are Moltonvillc Guests. MELTONVILLE--Mr. and Mrs. M. Flatness of Mason . City were Sunday guests of Mrs. Hannah Hanson and family. Miss Ethel Hanson of Marble Rock and Miss Andrena Hanson of Mona were also week-end guests of their mother, Mrs. Hannah Hanson. Onusts :it Hntohins. HUTCHINS--Miss Mary Mullin of Pocahontas and Miss Louise Eckels of Garner visited at the parental homes in Hutclrins. Was in Cednr Kupids. ROCKFORD--Mrs. Nellie Jones returned Tuesday from Cedar Rap-, ids where she had been visiting for the past two weeks. Guest ut Nora Springs. NORA SPRINGS- -Mrs. EllicUla Level of Dennison is visiting her mother, Mrs. Nette Swartwood, for a few clays. She arrived Thursday. TuUcn to Hospital. ORCHARD--Pete Haborkorn was taken before the commissioners Monday and was ordered to the Independence hospital for treatment. Uncovers From Operation. FLOYD--Mr. and Mrs. Harry Brown returned from Mason City Wednesday. They visited Mrs. .Brown's brother, Sam Reset', at the Mercy hospital where he is recovering from all operation. Will Give I'roKi'iim. SCARVILLE--The public school faculty is sponsoring a program under the auspices of the Luther league at the Immanuel chmch next Sunday evening. Will Move cm Farm. HUTCHTNS--Mrs. Elmer Sheets was brot home from a Mason City hospital where she recovered from an appencMcitis operation. The first of March Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Sheets will move on the f.\rm one-half mile south of Hutch ins, now occupied by Mr. and Mrs. Lee Swnncy who are moving to Brill:. Iinlic;.s Aid Meeis. FERTILE--The L u t h e r a n Ladies aid was held Wednesday afternoon in the church parlors. The pastor, the Rev. H. Okland, gave a message. Mrs. Jorgen Vaage and Mrs. Olaf Rodberg were the hostesses. I'luyers Are Entorlaincd. THOMPSON--Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Isaacs entertained the basketball players, Supt. E. C. Hetlilefe and Coach Golding at Samuelson cafe Tuesday night after prnctic. Visited Sm'oral .Societies. WESLEY--Mrs. Jorgen Hlujw returned from a. week's ab.vjnc-i,' ing which as association director she. visited six churches ana missionary societies in the eastern part of Mitchell Congregational church district. These meetings were lielii to create more interest in both home and foreign mission work. Come From [v:ms;is. . CLARKSVILLE-- Mr. and Mrs Eklon Nordninn, .son, Bobjjy, anrl her father, I3ert Rice, motored her? from Augnptn, Kans., to visit Mr Nordmnn's father, F. H. Nordman Mr. Rice was a resident of this place for many years. U'nrks In DPS Moiiics. A L E X A N D E R Miss Ada C'.rnsr, left for DCS Moinos where she h?i^ accepted a position at the Bankers fjife Insurance company. Compete in Contest. THORNTON--Mr. and Mrs. A. G Hecldle and Nanny. Mrs. F. A French and Frederick Infclt attend' cd !ho music contest of the Melh. (list churches at Garner Tuesday mght, Mrs. French sang the "Open the Gates." She wns acrnm- pp.nicrl ;il the pi.-inn by Kancy lie (ilD .".ml on the violin by Frederick Infelt. LEJTZEL'S SUCCESSOR? Despite the tragic dwilh of I.ilii-.in Leit/.cl, circus star, who crushed to the floor when A ring broke :is she was doing IIIT celebrated lyymnasOi; feat in Cop:uihi'.^c'n, Denmark, her ioce, Lillian I.eil/.el I'clikan, Milwaukee, Wis., above, hopes to follow in her :itmt's professional footsteps. I'hoto shows tin; child atop a pole in her YOUR IOWA One Interesting Fivot Every Day About the --State You x\re rrouil to Cull Your Own.' Iowa has 161 free public libraries. !!() G a t h e r at i'arly. PLYMOUTH --AJjoul 80 friends ind neighbors gathered at the M. L,. luekrr home for a farewell party, .'lie Ruckcr family has lived in this luii'liborhoocl for .15 years and is imv moving on the Eg'loff farm tvo miles south of Mason City. (id to llufftilo Center. RUDD--Mrs. William F. Pvoss ind sons. Irving and Darell and her -sifter, Miss Rivera Femrite, wcnl lo Buffalo Center and spent the weekend. Miss Fcmritc visited the past vceh in the home of her sister and -Jsa visited friends nt Mason City. Kntcrtain Krhlfre Club ROCKFORD --Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Smith entertained the junior bridge :lub at their home Monday night. High score was awnrdcd Mrs. Francis Hull and William Ycrkes. E n t e r t a i n :it fl()0. ORCHARD--Mr. and ^Mrs. Roy Markhani and Mr. and Mrs. Mclborn LewiK entertained 32 men and wo- nen Tuesday evening at the Lewis lome. Progressive 500 was played. Mrs. George Hill won the prize for .vomcn and Harold Andrews the prize for men. CcmiPS From Olilahnma. DRISTOW -- Cleveland Neal arrived Wednesday from Oklahoma City, called here by the death of his father, Burnett Neal. Will iMwtt Children. HANLONTOWN -- Harry Miller expects to leave this week for Hamburg where be will meet his three children, who are coming from Denver. Colo., where they have made their home since last fall. He, together with the children will go to Y.'inklon, 53. Dak., where the children will make their home. Visit :\t Fertile. FKRTILK -- Mr. and Mrs. .Joe Kaplan of Waterloo visited Mrs. Knj)lan's mother, Mrs. A. j\r. Oswald. T.mvn Gives Kcporl. FERTILE--The Rev. and Mrs. M. A. Lowe attended a ministerial meeting in DCS Moines. He gave a report of the convention at the morning service. Two Honored ill Shmver/ STILSON--A handkerchief shower at the home of Mrs. R. 1C. Ilnns- ley Tuenrlay afternoon honored Mrs. f-Tunslcy and Mrs. O. C. Ktilh. Both .·ire moving aw.iy from Stilson. Arc. Ill sit, \VliiUi!mnn\ WTIITTEMORF. -- IJoyd Farrel. son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Farrell is seriously ill with infiucn/a. Honored on IVrthilny. FF.RTTLTC -- The Central American and African missionary society held weekly pr.'iyer meetings at the homo of Mr. and Mrs. Ole Kingland 'I'uCKfliiy nijrht ami t h i s brMn/T Mr. ICjivrl-'infl'H r.-ighlictli birliirlnv. each fai-iily brot baskets and a g i f t . J''onr Go to Des Moiiies. COULTER--Peter Madsen, H. O. Hiinsen, Nels C. Pedersen and Leslie Christensen are in Des Moines this week attending the automobile show. Visit nt Nora Sprrngs. NORA SPRINGS--The Rev; ami Mrs. William Butter and Miss Irene Hartong of DeWitt visited Miss Hartong-'s parents, Mr. and Mrs. Seward Harlong. r.o to Gnttenberg. O R C H A R D -- M r . a n d M r s . George Hill went to Gutlenberg Wednesday morning to attend u birthday party for their granddaughter, Jeanine Graeber. They will bring Mrs. Herbert Graeber and daughter, Jeanine, home with them lo visit for a week. Come From Long Reach. FLOYD--Mrs. McFarland of Long Beach, Cal., is visiting her sis- ler, Mrs. George Rankiit. Leave for Florida. ROWAN--Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Whilten left on a motor trip to Lake Worth, Fla., where they will visit at the home of Mrs. Whitten's mother Mrs. Jnmes Hanan. IJotnrn to Wesley. WESLEY--The Rev. and Mrs. C. H. Moore have returned Tuesday from Madison, S. Dak., where they were called owing to the death of the father of Ihcir daughter's husband. The Rev. Mr. Moore had charge of the funeral services. Submits lo Operation. CLARKSVILLE -- Miss Anna Ilirsch. operator at the telephone exchange here for a number of years is a patient at the hospital in Waverly. She was operated on foi appendicitis and gallstones. A. Kluscmoier 111. LATIMER--A. Kluscmier has been quite ill the past several days. Will Move Near Kuilrt. WHEELERWOOD--William Tibbits and family who have been living on the Peter Frahm place, will move Monday to n place near Rudd. Taken to Home. SEXTON--Mrs. John Harris, who has been a patient at the Kossulh hospital, Algona, for eight weeks, was brot lo her home here yester- oay. Mrs. Harris suffered a broken hip. Are Hnnlontown Guests. HANLONTOWN -- Mrs. Hattie Stork and daughter Marjorie of Clear Lake with Mrs. Sarah Dawson of Chicago have been guests in the William Paschcn home. Returns to Clurksville. CLARKSVILLE--Mrs. A. L. Marklc, who was operated on at the St. Francis hospital at Waterloo a short time ago, returned to her home some improved. Enters Soldiers' Hospital. LATIMER--Jens W. Christensen entered a soldiers' hospital in Illinois where he will be examined for his health and receive trealmenl. ISrido to )?e Honored. THORNTON -- A miscellaneous shower was given Tuesday aftej;- noon in the M. E. church annex in honor of Margaret Infelt who is soon to be the bride of Henry Karl. The .shower was sponsored by 20 school mates of the bride. Goes to Dnllns Center. PLYMOUTH--Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Woodman drove to Dallas Center to visit Mrs. Woodman's brother who is seriously ill. Come From South Dakota. L/VTIMER--Mrs. . Irjja Arnesoii, Mrs. Eddie Picshowski and Oscar Arncson of New Effington, 3. Dak., are visiting Mr and Mrs. Ehnei Muhlenbruck. Mrs. Arneson will remain for an extended visit with her daughter, Mrs. Mubicnbruck. Return Kroni St. Paul. WHEir.LERWOOD---Mr. and Mrs. E. P. DcGraw returned from St. Paul Tuesday evening after spending several days visiting relatives. They were accompanied on the trip by their granddaughter, Patsy Harris of Mason City. Honored nt Party. SEXTON--A surprise parly was given Mr. and Mrs. Eerl Sanders Tuesday night at their home by Mrs. William Hartley and Mrs. Otto Newman. Mr. and Mrs. Sanders wiil move to their farm near Deh Moines next Tuesday. There were 80 in attendance. Party Is Planned. PLYMOU'fi-I--Tri C S u n d a y school class of young women of tne M. E. church will have a parly at the home of Mrs. Charles Fromm's Friday night. Given Surprise Party. ROWAN--Mr. and Mrs. Byrd Silvey, who with their family will move to a farm south of Dows the first of March, were honored at a surprise party at their home Wednesday evening. Go lo Williams. WESLEY--Mr. and Mrs. Jack Thissen and family have gone to Williams where they will make their home on a farm. They have been here visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hauptmunn, the past three weeks. Several nt Grnflnii Move. GRAFTON--Roy Shaub is mov ing from a farm west of town to the farm recently vacated by August Bork north of town, Ed Shaun will move to Clear Lake. Fred Burehhardt is moving to the Rock Falls neighborhood and Mr. an; Mrs. Jrte Johannes will farm UK. place they vacate. WINNERS NAMED IN DECLAMATORY Belmond Takes Three Firsts in State Preliminary Competition. BELMOND, Feb. 26.--At the preliminary state declamatory contest at Belmond Tuesday evening Lois Trafford of Belmond won first in oratorical, Ethel Nelson, Kanawha, was second. In dramatic Mary Blake of Belmond won first and Pauline Nelson of Goldfield was second. In humorous Arleen Gibbs of Belmond won first and Lillian Agard of Goldfield was second. The contest was for Goldfield, Kanawha, Rowan and Belmond schools. Judges were Supt. G. D. Eaton of Clarion, Miss Bertha McChord of Clarion and Miss Edna. Luce of Hampton. The girls glee club and the girls sextet of Belmond furnished the music. BAPTISTS WILL MEET APRIL 17 Many North lowans Will Be Represented at Oelwein B. Y. P. U. Session. OELWEIN, Feb. 26. (INS)--The first meeting of the new northeastern Iowa district of the Baptist Young Peoples unions formed by the redlstricting of the Cedar Valley and Dubuque associations is scheduled for April 17, 18 and 19 at the First Baptist church, Oelwein. Four hundred delegates from Baptist churches In the following towns are expeclcd to be presenl for the meeting: Waterloo, Oelwein. Cedar Falls, Jesup, Independence, Manchester, New Hampton, Mason City, Charles City, Osage, Waverly, Shell Rock, Iowa Falls, Eldora Grundy Center, Sheffield, Northwood and Plainfield. A play will be a feature of the evening meeting April 17. A full program is planned for the meeting, including election of officers, talks by the Rev. Dr. W. L Sleeves, pastor of the Walnut Street Baptist church, Waterloo, and Rolland Essllnger, Jesup, state president. A banquet will also be lielc during the meeting. Plans are also being made for an officers' breakfast and retreat. Installation of off! ccrs and a consecration service wil bring the conference to n close. DAMON'S Friday and Saturday New Frocks $ 17 95 Ordinarily Would Sell For $19.95 and $25 Brand new drosses in all the new styles . . . One and two piece i'rocks . . . boleros, jackets . . . prints . . . combination print and plain colors . . . color contrasts. You will adore these new fashions. CLEARANCE tt ^ p* Winter Coats ^J§ A Real Sacrifice Values to $79.50 NEW SPRING COATS 5 19 95 to $ 69 7S READ THE G.-G. CLASSIFIED ADS. The great eclipse of 1931 o / ·/ Will Vole on Bonds. Feb. 26. (UP) -Citizens will vote March 2 on the proposal to issue city bonds to acquire holdings of the B. M. N W. railroad by the city ol Musca tine. The railroad properly is in nn near city limits. Studebaker -wheel/no. To the motorist thinking of buying a new car now, the attention the entire industry is giving to Free Wheeling means a great deal. Fierce- Arrow and Lincoln, noted for engineering excellence and conservatism, have adopted--intact and unmodified --the same Free Wheeling mechanism that is built into Studcbaker's three great Eights and brilliant new Six. Free Wheeling has captured public interest as thoroughly as it has captured the hitherto wasted power of momentum. Highway commissioners and safety directors throughout the country have driven Free Wheeling Stude- bakers and then voiced approval of Free Wheeling with positive gear control as a new measure of safety to driver and public. In Free Wheeling, for the first time in the history of the automobile, Studcbnker has released momentum and made it serve as an instrument of economy and power. Free Wheeling with positive gear control enables the engine to deliver five miles of travel on four miles of effort. You will do well if you make sure that your new car is a Free Wheeling Studebaker. It will save you substantial amounts on gasoline, oil, tires and repairs. The cars of today that do not offer Free Wheeling are cars of the old order even though theymay be spoken of as new. Base your new car choice on first-hand knowledge--ask your Studebnker dealer to take you Free Wheeling. All Studebaker cars--the President, Commander and Dictator Eights, as well as the. brilliant new \oiv-[nc.cd Sludcbakcr Six --have Free Whecling.u'itFi fxuitiuc gear control Sti4dcbaker cars arc prkeJ, f. o. b. factory, from $795 to $2600. S T U D E B A K E R -- B U I L D E R O F C H A M P I O N S

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