Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on February 11, 1937 · Page 7
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Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, February 11, 1937
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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, FEBRUARY 11 H 1937 SEVEN TRACE "2 GIRLS NAMED ESTHER" Open 12 Year Old Records in Carlisle "Strawstack Murder" Probe. DES MO1NES. (IP)--Slate investigators seeking identity of the Carlisle "strawstack murder" victim Thursday reopened 12 year old records in the search for "two "girls named Esther." W. W. Akers, Iowa Bureau o£ investigation chief, said information regarding the two "Esthers," is his latest objective i n , the case, after disclosing that Mrs. May Claycomb whom he named last week as the possible murder victim, had reported to him here. "May Claycomb is alive and has identified herself as t h e / w o m a n we were seeking in the case,' Akers said. "She has remarried and is living in a small Iowa town. She is leading a quiet, happy married life and is the mother of several children. I don't want to disclose her . present name." Akers said the woman told-him she formerly kept company with Clarence Gift, Salinas, Cal., lettuce field-worker, now held at Indianola as a suspect in the murder." She said she and Gift partec "good friends," he said. Alters and Paul Castelline, Des Moines detective, saiii the girls named Esthei^now being sought in the case, were former inmates at a home for girls in Omahn. Two other girls who formerly lived a the home and were named Esther have been found, he said. Akers said that Gift would remain in jail, although he still hek to his story that he was in Kansa: Huge Transport Plane Plunges Into Bay, 11 Drown Only the tail of a huse transport plane, which plunged into the South San Francisco bay after passing: up a landing field, remains out of water. All of the plane's 11 occupants were killed in the crash. (Central Press Soundphoto) City at the lime fragments of a girl's body were found in a burning strawstack near Carlisle in 1925. 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Pinei ia n concentrated compound of Norway Pine, famous for its prompt action in coughs nnd bronchial irritations. Money refunded if it doesn't please you in every way. authorities expected to receive a $45,000 federal grant lor the building. Former Des Moines Girl in Seattle Jail for 20th Birthday SEATTLE, (/P)-- Lucille Pauline Davis, formerly Lucille Rich ot Des Moines, Iowa, obset-ved her twentieth birthday anniversary Thursday in jail here, hold on a charge of abetting in the theft o[ 550 worth ol tobacco from a truck. Joseph Davis, 35, her companion, was charged with grand larceny. Mrs. Davis said the only other time she was ever "behind Ihu bars" was when she visited Homer Davis, in Anamosa reformatory, Iowa, where she asserted he was serving live years on a bigamy conviction tor marrying her in 1935 while he had another wife. Bishop Mouzon Dies With Hope of United Methodism Unfulfilled CHARLOTTE, N. Car., f/P)-- Bishop Edwin Dubose Mouzon, long a leader in southern Methodism, died with his dream of a unified Methodist church in America still u n f u l f i l l e d . For years the 68 year old religious leader, who succumbed to a heart attack at his home Wednesday, had urged Hie three branches of his church to unite. In recent months however he had seen the movement progress swiftly. Here and There Three of four cats that inherited part of a S25.QOO estate in San Francisco have disappeared. Probably afraid of being pestered by persons wishing to help ·'them spend it.--Philadelphia Bulletin. m UTT ALL Drive 2,000 miles between changes; Most owners report no additional oil needed. You have to go back to the four cylinde model "A" Co find a Ford price so low. 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CORWITH--Miss Ethel Sorenson was honored at a pre-nuptial miscellaneous shower Tuesday afternoon when Mrs. Martiri Lar- scn and Mrs. David Johnson entertained 20 friends of the bride- elect at the Larsen home southwest of Corwilh. Miss Sorenson will become the bride of Thomas Hartin of Des Moines of Sunday. Visits in TrI-Cities. MANLY--Mrs. Irving Jones left Tuesday evening for Rock Island, III., to visit her son. She will also visit in Davenport at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Wallace, former Manly resident. Start Lenten Services. KANAWHA -- Special- Lenten services will be conducted at the Kanawha Lutheran church starting Thursday and will be held each Thursday evening. The Rev, Morris Peterson will be in charge. Home From' Chicago. '' MANLY--Mrs. Wilhelmi of Chicago returned home after a visit at the home of her brother, Henry Beck, during Mrs. Beck's illness. Visitor From Iowa City. TITONKA--Dr. Guido Sartor is here for a few days visiting his f a m i l y and also his sister, Mrs. J. E, Bleich, who is a patient nt a Mason City hospital. Dr. Sartor is serving interneship at the University hospital. Prize Winners Named. MANLY -- Mrs. Tillic Pcshak entertained the Bridge club Tuesday evening. Prizes were won by Mrs. Fred Springer, Mrs. Dave .Thompson and Mrs. Frank. Hess. Garden Group Mecls. OSAGE--The Home and Garden department of the Osage Women's club met Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. C. E. Juhl. Mrs. Bert Simpson read a paper on "The Home Life of Martha Washington;" Mrs. Ingwald Iverson read a paper on "The Technic of Mother's Story Telling." An open discussion followed on "Hobbies for the Family." Declam Contest Fch. ZZ. CRYSTAL LAKE -- The home declamatory contest will be held in the high school a u d i t o r i u m Monday, Feb. 22. Those t a k i n g part arc, oratorical, Nadia Anderson and Carole Jensen: dramatic, Leila Jensen, Arlcnc Christensen, Dorothy Thompson; humorous, Alyce Nelson. Ellen Lucile Rose and Francis Haugland. Patricia. Ball Hostess. TITONKA--Miss Patricia Ball was hostess to the girls of the Queen Esther circle for supper Tuesday. After supper the program of business and devotions was conducted, followed by a review of one chapter of "The A m e r i c a n Negro," given by Miss Caroll Rcnsor. Tuesday evening Mrs. Ray Hanson entertained the home missionary society. Mrs. W. L. Patterson had charge of (he lesson on "Preface io Better Racial Understanding." Visitor From Lake Fitrk. R A K E -- Mrs. Emma Sabin of Lake Park. Minn., is visiting her mother, Mrs. B. Benson. Several Circles AIccl. CORWITH -- The Methodist ladies' aid circles met Wednesday as follows: Delta at the church parlors when the families of the members were entertained at dinner at noon. 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