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March 17, 1936

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 4

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FOUR MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, MARCH 17 1936 Homemakers Out to Learn More About Housewifely Art Safety Council and President to Honor Man at Fort Dodge FORT DODGE, CB--Conrad . B. Roberts of Fort Dodge has been advised of his selection to receive the president's medal and certificate of the national safety council for aid- Ing in saving the life of A. Wynn, gasoline engineer. Roberts found Wynii in a service station, overcome by carbon monoxide gas from a truck. MacNider Testifies m Estate Hearing Hanford MacNider was on the witness stand the major part of Tuesday in the action ol F. A. Ontjes and. associates against the estate of C. H. McNider. He was questioned both by A. A. McLaughlin, Des Moines, attorney for the defendant, and by Dennis Kelleher, Fort Dodge, representing the plaintiff. Mr. MacNider testified that his father made frequent mention of plans for disposing- of the stock Nearly 200 women were turned away from the first session ol the Globe-Gazette cooking school which opened Tuesday afternoon in the high school auditorium. At the left is Miss Ann Klngsley, lecturer for the school, shown preparing one of the dishes demonstrated during the lecture. Right is the auditorium as it was packed with honiemakers out to hear Miss Kingsley's lecture on "A Symphony in Foods." (Photo by Lock, Kayenay Cut) owned by the company and by him self in the Alpha Cement company at meetings of the hoard of director of the Northwestern States Port land Cement company. A ''National Academy of Public Affairs' 1 to train men and women fo: public administrative service in na tional and international affairs is proposed by a bill introduced in the house. Somewhat the same pattern for appointments is suggested that followed at West Point and Annapolis.--United States News. 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The RADIO covers all frequencies from U. S. Aviation Weather Forecasts (140-410 kcs.), through, all domestic and foreign bands, police, aircraft and amateur calls to ultra-short (5-meter) waves at 60,000 kcs. It has, of course, the Magic Brain, Magic Eye and Metal Tubes;--it has, we may say, everything! But RCAiVictor Model D22-1 saysitsomuchbetter.somuchmoreconvinc- ingly, itself. Won't you come in and listen? BORDER PATROL POLICY STATED Seek to Place Interstate Truck Operators on Equal Footing. Seeking to put .to rest rumors that Iowa, through its force of state highway patrolmen, had launched a license war against Minnesota interstate truck operators, Harry Nestle, assistant state chief of the patrol, announced here Tuesday that the current inspection of Minnesota trucks was being made in retaliation to the policy in the northern state during the last few years. "The force of 18 state highway patrolmen now stationed in the northern tier of Iowa counties includes only three extra officers, the remaining 15 being resident patrolmen in the northern border dis- :rict," Mr. Nestle said. "Iowa truckers, as well as Minnesota operators, are being stopped y .the patrolmen and are submitted a routine tests on brakes, lights, overloads. "Deficiencies are noted and ordered corrected, and, when a Minnesota iruck is found violating any of the standard requirements, the operator s requested to remedy the conditions, whatever they may be. "Those commercial trucks whose operators pay the regulation ton- mile tax as provided by law, or private trucks merely hauling property or produce for his own personal use, are in compliance with the law and are not required to buy licenses in Iowa. "Persistent 'sniping' of Iowa trucks operating in Minnesota has left this as the only method of placing interstate truckers on an even footing," Mr. Nestle concluded. H TM . y BE THERE EARLY EVERY AFTERNOON For the Grand Musical Program From 1 to 2 124 North Federal Complete Music Service Since 1900 · Phone 798 Real Estate Transfers Stanfield, V. G., to Jeanette M. Aurdal, Admx. of Estate of Alma H. Rosemond, de'd., .$1, L 6 B 11, Sirrines Add. to Clear Lake. 11-3035. Swanson, E. C., to Calvin A. Miller and Cora Miller. $1; S 10 acres of SE of SE 24-96-22. 10-7-35. Schmidt, Mark, to W. D. Kinney and Ida L. Kinney. $1, NW 4-97-21. " -14-36. Ott. S. I. and wife, to Harlau F. Ott, SI. NE of SE, and SW of SE, and SE of SW (except W 10 acres), all in 18-96-21. 3-6-36. Executrices of Estate of S. A. Sirrine, dec'd., to H. P. Pike, $3,450, Lots 19, 20 and 26 in Sirrine's sub of Lots 1 and 4 in gov. L 5 in SE of SE 13-96-22 and N 44 ft. of L 5, B 10, CI. Lk. 8-12-35. Dodge's Point and Park Co., to Anthony J. Carman and Helen Carman, S400, NEly 10 ft of L 7 and SWly 30 ft. of L 6 in B 9 in Dodge's Point Park. 7-31-35. West, Mary Ellen and husband, to Thomas A. Nettleton, $1, same as above. 3-12-36. McLaughlin, Eunice Kimble and husband, to H. E." Freeman and D. E. Kenyon. SI. S 43 feet to N% of lot 1 in block 11 in Allen's addition to Clear Lake. 2-1-36. Peterson, H. G., to C. F. Beck, SI. Beginning 39 feet N of SE corner of lot 2, thence 52 feet W, thence 39 feet N, thence 52 feet E, thence 39 feet S to beginning, all in block 5, Brice and Ong addition to Mason City. 1-30-36. Rummel. Carrie, to D. E. Kenyon and H. E. Freeman. $1. W',~ of NW of N~W of section 26, and NE of NE and SW of NE of section 27, all in 96-22. 11-30-35. Collison, Anzonetta M. and husband, to W. D. Kinney and Ida L. Kinney, as joint tenants (and not as tenants in common) with right of survivorship $24,600, SW of section 4; SW of section 3; SE of section 3: NJi of section 10; SVi of section 10; SW of section 11; NW of section 3, all in 97-21, and all subject to railway and highway right of way. 12-12-35. Freeman. H. E. and wife and D. S. Kenyon and wife to Anna O. Prestholt. SI .00. L 3 in Babcock's sub of L 11 in sub ot NW of SW IS- Muscatine Man Held to U. S. Grand Jury for Liquor Violation D A V E N P O R T , LIP)--George Schmidt, who resides near the Muscatine airport, was arrested by a federal agent Monday night when 5 gallons of liquor was found in his car. Schmidt was bound over to the federal grand jury when he pleaded innocent before-U. S. Commissioner Albert Block Tuesday afternoon. Bond which was set at $500 was ·furnished by Frank Garrett of Columus Junction. $120 in Cash Stolen From 2 Algona Places ALG-ONA, (.T)--Thieves Monday night broke into two places here and escaped with $120 'cash. They obtained SSO from the Algona Coffee Shop and $40 from the office of the Algona Building and Loan Association. WUJ -Hold Banquet. OSAGE---The annual Father and Son banquet will be held Thursday evening at -the Methodist church. H. R. Duncan is chairman of the program committee and A. T. Altick and Dale Peterson are assisting him. Clear Lake Calendar Wednesday--O. D.- 0. club luncheon at Mrs. Clarence Petersen home, South Third street. W. C. T. U. Frances Willard memorial tea at Mrs. C. A. Knutson home, 2:15. Eastern Star dinner at 6:30, program at 7, at Masonic temple. Lions club at Legion clubrooms, 12:15. Pilgrim group No. 5 of Congregational church at Mrs. C. F. Crane nome, dessert luncheon, 1:30. Music Mothers benefit show and vaudeville at Lake theater. Thursday--Crescent club at Mrs. R. R. Rogers home, North. Second street. Music Mothers benefit show and vaudeville at Lake theater. Linger Longer club at Mrs. J. J. Julsen home, West Main street. Friday--Community Farm club at Grant school No. 7. Group 4 of Congregational Ladies' Aid. dessert luncheon at Mrs. L. E. Ashland home. North. Fourth street, Enola Redfearn, co-hostess. Rebekah social circle at I. 0. O. F. hall. 3, supper at 6. Past Noble Grands at I. O. 0. -F. hall, 8. 96-21 except piece 3.681-6 chains long E. and W off E end of L 3 in said L 11 3-2-36. Large, W. T. and wf. to C. F. Beck, SI L 6 B 25, Brice Ong add to M. C, 3-9-36. Field, Eva Pechia and husband to Charles A. Proctor and Nellie E. Proctor, (wife) $1,00. Lots 1 and 2 in B 20 in town of Swaledale 3-9-36. Large, William T. and wf. to C. F. Beck, $1 L 5 B 25, Brice Ong add to M. C. 3-9-36. Large. A. T. and wf. to C. F. Beck SI L 4 B 25, Brice Ong Add to M. C. 3-9-36. Blackmore. G. C. and wf. to C. P. Beck $1 L 6 B 26, Brice Ong add to M. C. 3-9-36. Blackmore, G. C. and wf. to C. F. Beck SI L 5 B 22 Brice Ong add to M. C. 3-9-36. Quintero, Adolpho and wf. to C. F. Beck Sl-00 L 6 B 26 Brice and Ong Add to M. C. QCD, 3-9-36. Diaz, Luis A. and wife to C. F. Beck $1.00 QCD L 5 B 22 in Brice and Ong Add to M. C. 3-9-36. Haaheim, M. J. and wife to Carl Abendroth $1.00 L 33 in Hoyt'3 First Add to M. C- 1-28-36. Rutt, Charles and wife to C. F. Beck $1.00 S 1-3 of L 16 and N 1-3 of L 15, all in B 21, Brice and Ong Add to M. C. 2-26-36. Gallagher, John B., Rec. of Chicago Joint Stock Land Bank to Donald Dougan $9,000.00 NW 2097-22. 11-27-33. Clear Lake Globe-Gazette OFFICE PHONE 239 HELEN HENDRICKS, News Editor LEE DEWIGGINS, Circulation and Advertising Residence Phone 310-W Residence Phone 67 STAGE ACTS TO BE PRESENTED Music Mothers to Sponsor Benefit Show This Week. CLEAR LAKE -- Four acts of vaudeville featuring local talent will be presented at the Music Mothers' benefit show at the new Lake theater Wednesday and Thursday nights. Ben Giles will act as master of ceremonies for the .added attractions which will be presented once each evening. Little Donna Neai, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Neal, and her partner, Betty Greenlee of Mason City, both students of Miss Barbara Isaacs, Mason City, will be presented in two tap dances, a waltz clog and two step, with Mrs. B. B. Bailey accompanying. Bill Nichols and his Counterfeit Pennies, featuring a group of young musicians from the grade schools, will be presented. The Lawrence Tabits of the air waves, Bill Kennedy to Clear Lake persons, will present several vocal numbers accompanied by Ben Giles. Several tap dances will be given by Velma Kuns and Helen King, high school students from the physical education department. There is a possibility that John Seisseger will appear on the program if his accordion returns from Chicago with the necessary repairs by this time. The accompanying screen feature will be "The Farmer Takes a.Wife," starring Janet Gaynor and Henry Fonda, Slim Summerville, Jane Withers and Andy Devine. The vaudeville will be shown at the close of the first show at 9 o'clock. * * * NEW MEMBERS ARE WELCOMED IN CLUB Wa-Tan-Ye club received three new members into their group Monday night at the social meeting at the Soda Grill. Miss Amy Steffin, junior teacher of the main building, and 'the Misses Charlotte Skene and Viola Finn, teachers at Ventura, are the new members. Dinner was served at 7 o'clock. Bridge and monopoly were played during the evening. The Misses Eunice Chism and Lucille Olson were co-hostesses to the affair. - * * * MRS. PETERSON TO BE 0. D. O. CLUB HOSTESS Mrs. Clarence Peterson, South Third street, will be hostess to O. D. O. club members at a 1 o'clock uneheon Wednesday af ternooa. Mrs. Irene- .Chase and Mrs. Leonard Mathers will be in charge of the program. * * * EASTERN STAR WILL PRESENT PROGRAM A program of readings and music will be presented at the Eastern Star Wednesday night at 7 o'clock. A dinner will be served at 6:30 by a committee with Mrs. Charles Hansen and Mrs. Clyde Wright as co- hostesses. * * * TWO GROUPS CONVENE AX-1. O. O. F. HALL The Rebekah social circle will meet Friday afternoon at 3 at the 1. O. O. F. hall. Supper will be served at 6. The Past Noble Grands club will convene at 8 o'clock in the social hall. Mrs. Carl Johannessen, Mrs. C. A. Comstock and Mrs. Walter Jensen will serve refreshments. * * if MR. KNUTSON WILL. ENTERTAIN W. C. T. TJ. Mrs. C. A. Knutson will be hostess to members of the W. C. T. U. Frances Willard memorial tea Wednesday afternoon at 2:15. Mrs. W. F. Rich will lead the devotions and Mrs. D. H. Culver has arranged the program. Mrs. R. A. Monaghen will present several vocal selections. · Members may bring guests at this affair. Clear Lake Briefs New linen and crepe blouses, $1.95. Nichols Shop. Mr. and Mrs. Orris Lundy and family have rented the C. E. Patterson farm in Mt. Vernon township and took possession Maren 15. Mr. and Mrs. Patterson have taken an apartment at the Rogers hotel. Hand embroidered blouses, made in Hungary, $2.95 to S4.95. Nichols Shop. Bob Porter is quarantined at the Lockwood home, East Bell street, with scarlet fever. · Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bruchner returned Monday from Mendota, Hi., where they attended the funeral of a relative. Large size dresses, prints and plains, S7.95 up. Nichols Shop. Miss Geraldine Stenby, music instructor in Mason. City schools, is confined to her home on Reed street with the mumps. Her mother. Mrs. G. P. Stenby, Minneapolis, arrived Sunday to spend several weeks with her. Wanlrd: Girl Tor housework. Write R-17, Globe-Gazette. Committtemen for Boy Scout troops No. 17, sponsored by the American Legion, and No. 30 sponsored by the Methodist church, will convene at the Legion hall at 7:30 o'clock Wednesday night. The pur- pose of the meeting is to make plans to raise funds for the 1936 budget. Miss Margaret Marie Wutzer, student at Stephens college, Columbia, Mo., will arrive Wednesday to spend her spring vacation with her parents, Dr. and Mrs. E. L. Wurtzer, North Second street. Mrs. George Kubrick, Crane street, accompanied by her sister, Mrs. Lester Moretz, Carolina avenue, spent Monday at Forest City visiting with relatives. Miss Charlotte Ames, student at University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, will arrive Friday to spend her spring vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Ames, 100 West Division street. Mrs. F. E. Gentry, east ol Clear Lake, has returned from spending the winter at Brawley, Cal. Mr. Gentry remained out there. Keith Carr left Monday night lor Great Lakes U. S. Naval Training school at Great Lakes, 111., after spending' a 10 day furlough with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Milton Carr. Mr. and Mrs, K. I. Timblm, Edg- water Beach cabins on the north shore, returned home Saturday night after spending the winter touring Florida. Delmar Jacobson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ghris Jacobson, is confined to his home with scarlet fever. ZEARING WOMAN DIES AT LAKE Mrs. Walter Buffington Succumbs at Home of Mother. CLEAR LAKE--Mrs. Walter Buffington of Zearing died at the home of her mother, Mrs. W. D. Hartsough, 313 North Oak street, at 9:30 o'clock Tuesday morning from pneumonia, from which she suffered six weeks. She was brought by ambulance from the Nevada hospital to Clear Lake about 10 days ago. Surviving her are her husband, four children, Lucile, Marlys, Keith and Mollie, all at home; and her mother, Mrs. Hartsough. The Buffingtons resided on farms around Clear Lake for many years moving to Nevada several years ago. This spring the family moved to a farm near Zearing. The body was taken to the Williams funeral home until funeral arrangements are completed. Mrs. Phillips Is Hostess at Dinner CLEAR LAKE--Mrs. J. Harold Phillips entertained 12 guests, all from Mason City, at dinner at her home Monday night. The green and white color scheme was carried out in observance of St. Patrick's day. Guests were the Misses Doris Fessenden, Kathleen Glass, Esther Colby, Ann Jean Nugent, Mrs. Max Kissick, Mrs. Paul Blaise. Mrs. Eva Ferguson, Mrs. Lester Merryroan, Mrs. James Nugent, Mrs. Andrew Frelund and Mrs. J. T. Porter. Bridge was played during the evening, Mrs. Porter and Mrs. Colby receiving the prizes for high scores. MYHR TO HEAD SCHOOL BOARD Two Days Over Eastertide Given for Spring Vacation. CLEAR LAKE--B. C. Myhr was re-elected president of lie Clear Lake school board Monday night at the organization meeting at which time Peter Anderson and Ray Robbins started their second term as directors. The board decided to hold the spring vacation for local schools over Easter week-end beginning April 10 and closing April 13. Because of the loss of several days school during the bad weather, the vacation period has been shortened- to two days. The board will meet again April 6 to consider the re-election of Mason City Girl and Frank Hanna Are Wed CLEAR LAKE--The marriage of Miss Blanch Eichmeier, Mason City, to Frank Hanna, South Winnie street, was solemnized Saturday afternoon, at the Olivet M. E. church. Mason City, with the Rev. William' Galbreth officiating. Mr. and Mrs. Max Romey o£ Mason City attended the couple. The bride, who resided 6 miles wesC of Mason City, is a graduate of the Mason City high school. Mr. Hanna is the son of Mrs. Lottie Hanna, South Winnie street. Mr. and Mrs. Hanna have moved to a farm near Thornton. County Delegation to Go to Des Moines CLEAR LAKE -- A delegation from Cerro Gordo county plans to attend the meetings Wednesday and Thursday in Des Moines at the Shrine auditorium ac which Miss Mary W. Dewson. national democratic leader, of New York City, will speak. The meeting at S o'clock Wednesday night will be open to both men and women while an all day session will be held Thursday where matters of organization, the Reporter plan and the new Digest plan will be discussed as well as round- table discussion of women's work in general. Early, in 1935 Miss Dewson resigned the directorship of the women's division of the democratic national committee to become chairman of the general advisory committee. At 23 she was superintendent of the girls' parole department in Massachusetts. Later she became president of the Consumer's eague of New York City. PARK THEATRE Tonight and Wednesday "The Unwelcome Stranger" with Jack Holt, Mona Barrle HOLLYWOOD NEWS VITAPHONE VAUDEVILLE KRAZY KAT lOc and lie LAKE THEATRE Tuesday Only YOU MAY BE NEXT WEDNESDAY - THURSDAY Janet Gaynor - Henry Fonda "FARMER TAKES A WIFE" 5 ACTS ON THE STAGE Sponsored by the Music Mothers of Clear Lake A TOTAL OF S 1000 WILL BE PAID "DEAD" OR "ALIVE 1 ! 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