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' jj.i-.-j*. ^A-,--B---WJ ---c^iA-t^j^^a-h--.!!. j.,1,, J i_Jij.:3ti.a--j t ajaiaai u-c^ftf^sn -o ^ tr -.m,M»»j*m*a.iaj^--^^_^-- J ^^^ - ,- ,, __ . . . .- . _ . _ -.-^__--. -^_- -- ..._--: u. ^ -- y ' " ! l t S ! ! ^ R ' - - ^ * - FOUR 12 NEW BILLS IOWAHOUSE I ' Ballot Printing Bill Passe , and Notary Measure Is ; Voted Down. ·'DBS'.MOINES, (IP)--The low house had b'efore it 12 new 'mea sures Thursday including a pro posal to permit the .recording o social security numbers by count recorders upon payment of a 2 cent fee, · ' " ' V ' It, also-received a proposal require all s t a t e , departmenta heads to file each biennium wit the executive council, a complel list'of the. personnel under each together ;with- the, residence, till and salary ofr.each worker. It als would require publication of th lists in 'the red book. With a series 'of measures on it calendar, the locar chamber passec by a vote of 98 to 0, a measure b; Representative F. L. Engel (D) o Davenport, to permit the printin, of separate ballots \vhen all name of candidates cannot be placed on voting machines. ·; · The house- then turned arouni and snowed under, 82 to 16, a bil filed by Representative Ed Ii Brown" (R) of. Des' Moines which would^have allowed notaries tc take .'depositions and notarize doc umenls anywhere in the state. Th' present law limits them to the county in which they live and ad joining counties. Brown took his licking with f joke: ' "Mr. Speaker," he said after thi vote was announced, "I knew when that bill was given hous file No. 13, it was a goner." Four Iowa Churches Awarded Certificates'. at Meeting in Ame: AMES--Four Iowa churche possessed certificates, of meri awarded at a meeting of the Iowa Rural Religious Work council held in conjunction with Farm anc Home w e e k at Ames. The churches receiving the awards were the First Church of Christ Sloan: the First Baptist church P l a i n f i e l d ; t h e Presbyterian church. Brooklyn, and'the Presbyterian church, Farmington. The awards, given by the Iowa State 1 College Extension service in co-operation with the Iowa Christian Rural fellowship, are awarded to churches which in addition to providing spiritual leadership, developed a program of rural relationships. At the national, conference, held at Ames last No- 'vember, 50 churches, represent...: ; . ing j14.; church.£ organizations, re - '·-·'.ceiyecb certificates.;:y Awards.-,have rvbeeri-fjgiven ·'regula'rly. · since ''1929: : . ; · ' · : ThejRev. John L. Bolden is pastor: of: the Sloan-'church,' the'Hev. A. O. Broyles pastor of the Plainfield church, the Rev. M. F. Stewart pastor of the Brooklyn church, and the Rev. S. G. Kessler pastor of the Farmington church. E. J. Weiser, .Former Decorah Resident, Dies DECORAH--E. J. Weiser, 70, former Decorah businessman and prominent banker, died at his home in Fargo, N. Dak. The son of Capt. and Mrs. E. I. Weiser, pioneer Decorah residents, Mr. Weiser operated a drug store here, which had been opened by his father. Later he and his family moved to Ortonville, Minn., where he was in the banking business. Later they moved to Fargo where he was president of the First National bank, largest bank in North Dakota. He is survived by two daughters and · two .brothers. Another worry is prompted by the thought that hardly any of the flood water can be impounded and used next summer to relieve drought ' conditions. --Indianapolis News. due to colds relieved by ___^ one easy swallow of pure, reliabV THOXINE. No gargling. Only 35,? THOXINE M -guarantee. MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, FEBRUARY 11 · 1937 Clear Lake Globe-Gazette :·- OFFICE PHONE 239 LUG I A A O'NEIL, News Editor LEE DEWIGGINIS, Circulation and Advertising ... Residence Phone 67 Residence Phone 296-J 3 TEAMS BATTLE IN INTRAMURALS List High Pointers; Game Prove Interesting to Spectators. CLEAR LAKE -- Intramura games played at the high schoo gym Wednesday evening drew larger attendance than usual an proved most interesting to th spectators. Mullarky's team lost t Comstock's 12 to 25. Mullarky wa high point man in his team wit four points while Comstbck le his men with 16. · . r. Palmeter defeated Bacon 2 6 . t 11 with Jack Philippe making 1 points for Talmeter's team an Mervin Peterson 10 for Bacon's Paul Philippe's 'five went dow before the Brager men 18 to 2{ Philippe was'high' pointer with to his creditv and Brager "'.with 1- Dale Harmon, assistant coach is in charge of the Wednesda night intramurals a n d ' Harpc Joslyn is referee. Clear Lake junior high schoc played Manly junior high afte school Thursday. Results will b announced Friday. Farm Bureau Will . Meet at Grant No. 7 CLEAR LAKE -- Grant town ship.Farm Bureau will meet a Grant No. 7 Friday evening for program and social evening will Mr. and Mrs. Jim Sorenson i:. charge of arrangements. Dr. C. E Wright will give a talk, Mis Muriel Orcutt a reading, Mrs ?rank Zirbel a solo and Warre Jensen, accompanied by Mis rlelen Lomen, a musical selection Election of officers will be hel and lunch solved. Each family at ending will .bring sandwiches an coffee will be furnished. MUSIC MOTHERS MEET AT SCHOOL )ecide on Band Uniforms; to Make Curtains Next Week. CLEAR^LAKE-^-A. ^musical pro- ram -consisting of selections by he.brass sextet and boys'--quartet nd two solos by Bill Kennedy /as presented for the Music Moih- rs' club meeting at the junior gh school music room Wcdnes- ay afternoon. The attendance as good and interest in the work I the club very evident.- The mothers decided upon shirts match gold lining ot capes for he band .uniforms. Each mother responsible for the garments fo cr own child. Full particulars ay be.learned from either Mrs. . A. Comstock, Mrs. E. E. Butz r Mrs. Kenneth Cobb. '· , . the committee is able to find ·ousers at a satisfactory price, lese garments will be purchased nd kept at the schoolhouse lor se the same as the.capes. The ma- erial for curtains for the music oom has been found and notices vill-be given next week'.'aboul neeting to make them. . Mrs. C. A. Beckner, Mrs. James ·ailey and Mrs. Frank Barlow are he program committee /or the meeting March 10. Mrs. Harold [ushaw and Mrs. -Charles Ttfc- Jpvvan were on the program committee for February. Hunters Arrested. CLEAR LAKE--Karl Roskamp, Canawha, arrested -for hunting 'ithout a license, was fined $13.85 r the court o£ Glen Oldham, ustice of the peace at Clarion. )s!e Hersbergen, Corwith, also rrested for hunting without a li- ense, will have a hearing Feb. 11 n the same court. Both were ar- ested by F. H. Davis, consorva- on officer. APPROVED AUTO SUPPLIES SEAT COVERS Dr«i» up your car wfth * ier of n«w 1937 Goodyear icat coven. They prolecr uphotirery-Vecp ctculiM clean. Juit .t; p «iem on. 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Full 3p guests were present and severa orchesra numbers, some vocal se lections, a radio broadcasting sta tion with timely news Hashes an other peppy bits were presented Those attending report a fine time SEMPER FIDELIS INITIATE CLASS Use Valentine Decoration; for Dinner Party at School. CLEAR LAKE--Wauneta Fan kell, senior and Jeanne Beckner Helen Lomen. Jim King anc Kathleen Newman, juniors at th local high school were 'initiatec into Semper Fidelis, national hem or society at a meeting ol th chapter at the high school Wed nesday evening. During' the -da "the initiates were compelled to b arrayed in strange garb and per form various mystic rites in prep aration for the event. A 6:30 dinner was 'held at th' home economics rooms preceding the - initiation. Table decoration were red hearts and valentine and valentine place-cards wer used. Miss Dorothy Hanlon and Miss Marguerite Winnie were in charge of the dinner and the girls advanced class-served. Valentine contests completed the evening's program. Miss Cath aryne Chambers, high school principal, -is sponsor of the chapter and had charge of the games. She was assisted by Miss Marjorie Jacobson. Clear Lake Briefs Deborah circle of (tie Zion Lu- heran aid will meet Friday at !:30 p.'m. at the home of Mrs. ^ee. Erickson, Clara street. Mrs. '.- A. Hein will lead devotions and Mrs. B. C.-'Myhr the lesson. A sil- 'er offering for flood relief will be, taken.;.y .;. . . : ; C./R. IVooafora feil on slippery ce and, broke Siis ; -hip -Wednesday a/tern'oonV.Miv Wbodford was on Main street crossing an alley at he rear of [he Cerro Gordo bank 'Uilding. He was taken to Park .ospital in Mason.City. Mrs. F. H. Davis, 409 Bell street, 5 reported as improving but it till confined to her bed most of he time. : . A surprise proctam will be giv- n at I. O. O. F. hall Monday eve- ung when all Odd Fellows and heir wives and Rebekahs and husbands will meet for a social evening. B. M. Morse and Mrs. Fred Peterson are the program commit ee. Rebekahs will bring sand- vichcs for the lunch to be served Clear Lake Calendar Thursday--Royal Neighbor lodge, I. 0.0. F. hall, 8 p. m. U. Y. B. club, Mrs. S. C. Schumacher, 321 North Second street Friday--Deborah circle, Zion Lutheran aid, Mrs. Lee Erickson Star club, Mrs. Julia Cobb, Jefferson street, 1 p. m O. D. O. club, Mrs. Floyd Cookman, 409 East Main street. Laf-a-Lot club, Miss Florence McGrady, Clara street. Grant township Farm Bureau Grant No. 7, 8 p. rh. · W.C.T.U. Plans Tea a t A . H . R u n c i e H ome CLEAR LAKE--W. C. T. U. vill meet at the home of Mrs. A. H. Runcie, G08 North Fourth treet, next Wednesday afternoon t 2:15 for a Frances E. Willard ilver tea with Mrs. Tver Hodne- icld in charge of the program. vTrs. Alice Sopher, president of :ic Mason City W. C. T. U., will ive an address entitled "1B74 to D37;" Mrs. B. W, Riner uil| give tribute to Miss Willard and Mrs tuncic will sing. -'roposed Reforms in- Judiciary Have Much Merit, Says, Kraschel DES MOINES, (/P)_Gov. Nelson G. Kraschel said Thursday of ju- icial reforms proposed by Presi- ent Roosevelt: "President Roosevelt's plan to ncrcase the size of the supreme :ourt has much merit. If members if the supreme court prefer to remain in active service beyond the normal retirement 'age , in other ctivities, it would seem desirable hat some younger men be added n order that today's viewpoint by lie generation of today be given a iroper place in the court's delib- ratinns, "The president's plan prevents ie c.iurt from being made up cn- ^ely of men of , n n advanced age. overnment in all. its - branches must be in tune with the Renera- on it serves i£ the governed are o bow to its ijdicls." '· " . BENEFIT PARTY WINNERS NAMED Wa-Tan-Ye Guests Play Bridge, Auction Games. CLEAR LAKE--Mrs. T. G. Liicketl won high score in contract bridge at the Wa-Tan-Ye club benefit card party at I. O. O. F..hall Wednesday evening. Mrs. Ralph Jngersol won second high and Mr. Ingersol' the traveling prize. Art Johnson won first in auction, Mrs. Clarence Conklin second and Dr. Jane Wright traveling prize. Twelve tables were played. Valentine decorations were used and refreshments served by a committee of club members. DO YOUR BIT CLUB HOLDS PROGRAM Mrs. Charles Zerble read an article on Washington and Mrs. Henry Bruchner an historical selection on the lives ot presidents for members, of the Do Your Bit club and families who met at the home of Mrs. Zerble Wednesday for a picnic dinner and all day session. A holder exchange was a feature of roll call and birthday gifts were presented by the club to Mrs. Bruchner and Mrs. Floyd Carter. Mrs. Bruchner will be hostess to the club on Feb. 24. * ~* * CLUB CHANGES MEETING DAY Double O club members were entertained by the Misses Elvira Olson and Dorothy Matson at a 7 o'clock dinner at the Hanford hotel in Mason City Wednesday after which they attended a show and lunched at the Olympia. The club meeting night will be Wednesday .evening hereafter. Miss Deloris Anderson will be hostess to the club in March. PATRIOTIC PROGRAM GIVEN BY CIRCLE Mrs. Otto Petersen read an article on Abraham Lincoln and Mrs. Matt' Olson and Mrs. C. A. Bouline sang a duet at a meeting of Tabilha circle of the Zion lUtheran aid at the home of Mrs. OlaE Olson, Bell street, Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Iver Hodne- 'ield presided in the absence of .he president, Mrs. N. L. Larson, and 20 'women attended. Mrs. Olson served a lunch at the close the- afternoon. The next meet- ng will be held at the home of Vlrs. Martin Horiup, 508 Bell treet, in March. - * » * -'ALENTINE THEME USED BY CLUB A valentine theme was carried jut ic table decorations of crystal andelabra and red tapers and nutcups at the 1 o'clock luncheon if the Sunshine club held at the lome of Mrs. Jack Bailey, 222 South Second street, Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Bailey was assisted in serving by Mrs. Frank frager and Mrs. Ida Hendrickson. Vtrs. Trager and Mrs. Charles iantz were awarded prizes in the contests held during the afternoon. A business meeting was held and he rest of the time spent in visit- ng. Mrs. F. L. Minette, 401 South Second street, assisted by Mrs. A. B. Knutson and Mrs. Hendrickson, will be hostess in two weeks. Slayer Listens to Radio as Death in Electric Chair Nears OSSINING, N. Y., (/P)--A 21 year old violinist and former choir member o£ a Catskill mountain church-Thursday sought the con- olation of music in the hours hat speeded him closer to death n Sing Sing prison's electric ^hair. He is Alfred E. Volckmann, Jr., cheduled to die Thursday night or the murder in 1934 of 9 year Did Helen Glenn, daughter of his ormer pastor at Greenville, N. Y. In the meantime he expressed he hope that prison officials vould "leave the radio turned on.' uar.ds quoted him as saying "the nusio makes me forget my trou- iles." The Hev. Ernest Glenn, father f Volckmann's victim, refused to ntervene to help the youth, de- larihgV'this is one case where I ubscribe to the old law o£ 'an eye or an. eye and a tooth for a ooth.' " British Legal Circles See Simpson Slander Suit as 'Keen Fight' LONDON, (IP)--Sir Patrick -Tastings, K. C.; has been named, t was learned Thursday, to de- end Mrs. Joan Sutherland in Srnest Simpson's suit against her, harging slander growing out of "Ossip about the Wallis Warfield iimpson divorce case. The. briefing of the noted king's ounsel--one of the "big three" "at le British bar--led legal circles 3 anticipate the damage suit /ould be a keen fight. The action is based on remarks rtiich Simpson, divorced husband f the woman for whom F.dward 'ill abdicated his throne, con- ends Mrs. Sutherland made at a ashionable Mayfair ' luncheon arty. MOVE MADE TO END DEADLOCKS Would Boost Membership in State Senate and House by One. DES MOINES, W--To end parly deadlocks such as marked the outset of the forty-seventh general assembly in Iowa, a move was under way in the house of representatives -to increase by one the membership in that chamber and in the senate. Should the constitutional amendments pass this and the next legislative assemblies and then be ratified by a vote of the people, it would be incumbent upon the legislature to re-district the state to permit the membership increase. Limited to 108. At present" the house membership is limited to 108, and at the start of the session rin organization deadlock- prevented normal legislative routine for two weeks while the 54 democrats and a like number of republicans jockeyed for strength to elect a speaker. The democratic, side of the house finally won when a republican bolted party ranks. Three constitutional a m e n d - ments covering the increases in membership were introduced, in the house by two democrats, Rep. E. J. Maniece of Estherville, and Thomas Stimpson of Anamosa. One amendment proposes the allocation of a second seat to a larger county to be determined later. The second of the proposals would increase the senate from 50 to 51, and the third would authorize the house increase to 109. To End Stalemates. Representative Maniece, urging the necessity of membership revision as a means of ending stalemates by providing an uneven number of seats in both chambers, said the change also was imperative due to the heavy responsibility on the senator from the forty- seventh district who, represents five counties. They are Clay, Dickinson, Emmet, Kossuth and Palo Alto,' all in northwestern Iowa. This district, he pointed out, now embraces a total population of more than 125,000, and is "top heavy" for proper representation. Representative Stimpson believed the county which might be considered for the addition of a second member in the house is Wapello. This county is one of the ten largest with but one seat in the lower chamber. RICEVILLEMAN SHOOTS SELF Used Stick to Discharge Gun He Fastened in Vise. RICEVILLE -- Carl Haynes, farmer residing two miles north and two miles west of Riceville, committed suicide at his farm workshop Thursday by shooting, according to Coroner John Etel. A shotgun was ' used by Mr. Haynes, the gun being fastened in a vise and set off by a stick about four feet long. The shot entered the chest. Surviving Mr. Haynes are his wife and two married daughters and one son. The shooting was believed to have occurred about 11 o'clock in the morning. Haynes was about 50 years ot age. Politicians are becoming more thin-skinned. Seven Rhode Island senators are suing a lady because she referred to them as yellow rats. Time was when, in politics, such a term almost amounted to endearment.--Cincinnati Enquirer. ASK REPORT OF TWO CONTESTS Iowa House Speaker Says Early Recommendations Are Assured. DES MOINES, UP)--Speaker La Mar Foster of the Iowa house said Thursday he had requested an immediate report by the two outstanding contest boards in whose hands rests the bi-party balance of power. He said he had been assured by Representative Thomas Stimpson .(D) of Anamosa,: and Representative W. J. Johannes (D) of Ashton, that their respective committees would prepare to submit an early summary and recommendations in the Clinton and Harrison county districts, respectively. In Closed Caucus. Foster and other democratic house leaders, it was learned, participated in a closed caucus Wednesday night. It was understood reliably that the question of disposing of the contests, the last two of 9 started when the legislature convened January 11, was the principal topic o£ discussion. Foster said he believed that majority and minority reports would be submitted from both districts, and that in the Harrison county district one precinct in Logan would probably be thrown out by the contest board. In this district H. L. Peyton (R) of Logan, seeks the house seat o£ Representative R. G. Moore ot Dunlap, democratic floor leader. May Retain Seat. If the house sustains the disqualification of the Logan votes on the grounds that judges and clerks of the precinct violated the law by not remaining on duty at l)ie polling place, Moore will re- laoin his seat by a sizable margin. When the canvass was made .. . - · · \ but two votes separated the contenders. In the Clinton contest where but three votes finally separated Representative W. N. Jiidd (H) o£ Clinton, and Milton Peaco (D) of Clinton, the board was expected to report in favor of Peaco, a former member, with recommendations he unseat Judd on the basis of the slight margin given the democrat by the contest board. Connecticut's First Legal Electrocution WETHERSFIELD, Conn., GP)-Connecticut's first legal electrocution was recorded Thursday with the death of Joseph McElroy, 44 year old Canadian war hero who killed a woman after losing her love. The first condemned slayer la die here since the 1935 legislature abolished hanging, he went to his death Wednesday night lor killing Mrs. Anna Mae Johnson, a 31 year old New Haven hospital maid. He waylaid her outside her dormitory room on the night of Aug. 10, 1936, and slashed her throat with a razor. Ford Hopkins Drug Store offers FREE Sample ^ of new High Blood Pressure treatment Every High Blood Pressura Sufferer in Mason City, Iowa, it urged to go to Ford Hopkins and receive a free sample of ALLI- MIN Essence of Garlic Parsley Tablets for High .Blood Pressure as well as a booklet of valuable information. These tablets are made by a prominent Chicago concern and according to reports from doctors they are most effective in reducing High Blood Pressure, relieving headaches and dizziness. A special new process by which ALL1MIN Tablets, iaire produced makes them both-tasteless and odorless. A two- weeks' treatment costs only 50c. ' - ' · * . SEE OUR WINDOW DISPLAY! 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