Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on March 29, 1934 · Page 17
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 17

Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, March 29, 1934
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SEVENTEEN MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE iiif: -- ~^T 1 T 1 · J Play Practice Card Friday LETTERMEN FOR FALL FOOTBALL COMPLETE TEAM K B i, TR M MFMBER NEUTRAL MEMBER JBraheny and Knapp Captain | -| Groups for Spring '·} Workouts. i* CLEAR LAKE, March 29.--AI :' practice spring grid game· between two high school teams will be held .'at the Lions field at 4:15 o'clock ·^ Friday afternoon, according to ~'Coach Chris Johnston. Knapp, veteran tackle from the " f a l l - w i l l captain the gold aggre- oation and Bill Braheny. anothei tough tackle, will head the black j "^Playing on Knapp's team , ·Burner · center; Jacobsen and Mur- UiKh, guards; Knapp and R. Andersen, tickles; Joslyn.and Underkof- lei, ends; Holt, quarterback: Chl- zek, fullback; Barber and Steil, hall- The personnel of the Braheny's team-is Knutson, center; Ostrander nd Fredericksen, guards; Rawson md Braheny, tackles; Ashland and Gleason, ends; Jensen, quarterback; Lane and Cookman, halves; and Canfield, fullback. . Johnson has 37 men out for spring lootball with a complete lineup of 'cttermen who will return this fall lor the sport. Huey is the only Ime) , an who will be lost by graduation, 1 v hile Miller and Farrow are the on- i 1\ regular backfield men who will not return for another year. _ The nucleus of the starters will be Turner or Knutson, center; Os- j trander and Jacobsen, guards; Bra\ heney and Knapp, tackles; Joslyn - and Ashland, ends; Lane and Barber halfbacks; Chizek, fullback, Holt and Cookman, quarters. Tieo Wolman, Columbia university professor, was named neutral member of the automobile labor board to sit In Oc- troi* to carry out terms ot the industry's settlement obtained by President Roosevelt. (Associated Press photo.) . , ADAMS SUED FOR $35,000 IN BRADY PETITIONS Actions Allege He Made Defamatory Remarks About Plaintiffs. Asa A Adams, proprietor of the Adams Drug company, was made the defendant in two actions filed in the district court Thursday by attorneys for C. F. Brady and Mrs. Nellie Brady, asking a total damages of 535,000 for alleged defamatory remarks concerning the plam- ^In Mr. Brady's petition ?20.000 is asked on two counts. In the first of these $5,000 is asked on the claim that Mr. Adams in July or August 1932, in the presence and hearing of C. D' Mulcahy spoke of the plaintiff as a'"damn thief and a crook." Count two of this petition is based on a letter alleged to have been written by Mr. Adams March 10, 1932 to R. Green, L. E. Loftus ant Jim Bonus. This letter is purported to be as follows: Kent Was 1'ayablc. "Be advised thac your rent is pay- at my office in Mason City, I CLEAR LAKE BRIEFS «?*,: Lost: Girl's wrist watch. Ph. 239. Don Smokstad returned \Vednes- c'.ay from a two day's stay in Mini eapolis with his father. Dance Clear Lake Country Club. Sat., Sun., Mch. 31, Apr. 1. Ea. 40c. Mr. and Mrs. H. K- Peitzke and Mrs F. C. Paul spent Wednesday at · Luverne with a brother of Mr Peitzke and Mrs. Paul, - H. E Peitzke. Old Time Dance Community Bldg Sat. nite. White Eagle Orch. Adm 35c. Ladies Free. ' Leslie Thayer, Jr., son of Mr. and i ·Mrs. Leslie Thayer, North Third ·street, has been dismissed from the 1 [jVhgspital, Mason City, where he un-' .-raerwrant a minor operation. : - - W a n t e d : Small furn. house or ""downstairs apt. Ph. 115. . Miss Bernice Tutton was called to Sher home at Buffalo Center Wednesday afternoon by the relapse of her sister who Is suffering from m- ·jurios received in an auto accident. ' Mrs. Mary Bowman plans to leave ioday for Rochester, Minn., where 'phe will spend Easter with her ·Slighter, Mrs. L. J. Allen, and /j-randdaughter, Margaret Allen of Minneapolis. - Mr. and Mrs. Edward K. Boyle and daughter, Suzan, plan to spend Easter week-end in Cedar Rapids with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Jacobsen and son, Myron, plan to leave Friday ni"ht for Omaha where they will spend Easter week-end with Mrs. Jacobsen's parents. Mrs. Alice DeWlggins, Mrs. Joe Power and their mother, Mrs. Eva Butcher, left early Wednesday morning for Chicago where they vere called by the serious illness of their sister and daughter, Mrs. Carrie Wolston, who is suffering from meningitis. They met another sister, Mrs Edith McClure and her son. Charles, of Kansas City and accompanied them to Chicago. They will slso visit with Miss Helen DeWig- gins who is studying voice there. 10 Per Cent Boost ' in Wages Announced BIRMINGHAM, Ala., March 29. ;p)_A 10 per cent increase for 13,500 employes of the Teunesee Coal Iron and Railroad company, ·subsidiary of the United States Steel corporation, and the Republic Steel corporation, in the Birmingham district, was announced today, effective April 1. WOMAN HIT BY CAR IDENTIFIED Widow Killed When Struck by Auto at Corner in Sioux City. SIOUX CITY, March 29. (JP) -- A . woman who was killed when she ! was struck by an automobile heie last night and whose identity remained a mystery for several hours was identified this morning as Mrs. Sarah Carbaugh. Identification was made by William L Carbaugh, stock yards man and a prominent candidate for the office of commissioner of public safety in the recent primary election. Mrs. Carbaugh was the widow of Daniel Carbaugh. While crossing the street at Thirtieth and Jackson streets she was struck by an automobile driven by F E. Johnson and died three hours later in St. Joseph's hospital. She suffered a fractured skull, two broken legs and internal injuries. Mrs. Meredith of Ames Is Chairman of Pension Board able Iowa, which at the present time is Room 220 Adams block and that rny agents have been instructed not to waste any more shoe leather run- Gcraldine Swift (above), year old daughter ot G Swift. Chicago packer, from Chicago to Jolict, HI-, 'vhTre she Uecame^he of Albert Thomas Taylor, late graduate from St. Joseph, Mo. (Associated Press photo.) turned the cash register back; she 1S Thf second allegation is that M.-. Adams in the presence of Em Anderson said "she turns the cash register back, she is stealing the W. J. Murphy said, "That woman a crook." The petitions were filed by Senneff, Bliss and Senneff. No Grievance, Says Adams. None of the statements alleged made in the presence of Mr. Mulcahy Mr. Anderson or Mr. Murphy is true, Mr. Adams stated, after reading the petition. "I never made any such remarks, he said. "I have no grievances against Mr. Brady and didn't know he had any against me." The letter referred to in Mr. Brady's petition made no reference to Mr. or Mrs. Brady, he saiil. Approve Complaint Board for Lumber | WASHINGTON. March 29. t.Vi-- Approval of a national labor complaints committee for the lumber industry, to settle workers' allegations of violation of the industry's code, was announced today by Hugh S. Johnson, the NRA administrator. RAYMOND HOFER SUED FOR $5,000 John Rasmussen Claims He Was Injured When Car Was Struck. Raymond Hofer was named dc fendant in a $5.000 damage suit filed Thursday by John Rasmussen The latter alleged that he received_ injuries to his abdomen, Back, right eye and both legs and arms anu ! that his small coupe- was demolished when Hofer sedan struck his cai .Trom the rear about 1 o'clock the morning of Feb. 11. The accident occurred about two and a halt miles east of Clear Lake on U. S. higlmaj No. 100. Doak Funeral Held at Webster City WEBSTER CITY, March 29, (JP-Funeral services for Claude E. Doak, 53, former chief of the XI. S. Internal Revenue bureau field division for Iowa, were held this afternoon here. Doak died Tuesday in Cedar Falls. Man at Shenandoah Fined for Fighting SHENANDOAH, March 29. .T-Clary Lybarger was fined 570 and costs today for participation m a pool room brawl March 19 in which Constable J. M. Roberts was injured trying to make an arrest. He p** Father. Fred Lybarger, Congratulations FIRST NATIONAL BANK JESS'ES BARBER SHOP Ventura, Iem:i Drop Restrictions on Westgate Bank DBS MOINES, March 29. Cl'i-- release of the State Savings bank f Westgate, Fayettu county, from he restrictions of S. F. Ill was announced today by the state banking department. The bank will operate m an unrestricted basis. ey .. ning after it; also that this is the £ fa tllird count the plaintiff al --- '-- "" Ie 4s Mr. Adams in the presence of get from me last notice you personally. "In conclusion will say that it has been rny endeavor for the past 43 years to meet those with whom I have business: transactions more than half way, but when I do become convinced that the other fellow is attempting dirty, crooked yellow methods with me I am simply done with him. "Am still able and competent to, and shall, fully protect my inter- fists'' The allegation of the plaintiff is that the defendant here referred to him. On this count .$15,000 damages is asked, S',500 as actual and S7.500 as exemplary damages. In Three Counts. , Mrs. Brady's claim for $15,000 i s j divided into three counts of $5,000 each based on three alleged defamatory statements. In the first count the plaintiff alleges that Mr. Adams in the presence of Mulcahy said, "she kept two sets of books in the drug store and Congratulations and BEST WISHES to the success of Hie NEW BANK Clear Lake Grain Co. DES MOINES, March 29. (.Tl-Mrs. Mabel Meredith of Ames today was. elected chairman of the state old age pension commission at its organization meeting in the state- The other members of the commission, which will administer Iowa's old' age pension law, are A. L TJrick of Des Moines and John Porterfield of Hamburg. The commission has yet to appoint a superintendent who will be in charge of the operation of the old age assistance. Congratulations Congratulations From Mason's Garage Congratulations VERA'S BEAUTY SALON Easter Special Permanents Congratulations and BEST WISHES for the SUCCESS of the NEW BA.4K SCHNECK STUDIO Congratulations SURF STAND LOUIS XALLM.VN, Mgr. OPEN Monday, April 2 Beer . . . Sandwiches Candy . . . Cigarettes Let Us Be Boosters For Our New Bank Sears Construction Co. Headquarters in Clear Lake T.L. SEARS PHONE 685-J SUCCESS to Clear Lake's New BANK McGOWANSHERlDAN HARDWARE Congratulations We are pleased to extend our congratulations to those who have made possible the organization and opening of the FIRST NATIONAL BANK in Clear Lake Clear Lake Laundry and Cleaners ·_, ·¥»i_n~\xrir AAA. Rogers Hotel H. B. ADAMS, Prop. E.H.RICH REAL ESTATE WE ARE PROUD OF OUR NEW BANK . . . AND PROUDER OF THE MEN WHO ARE BEHIND IT Clear Lake Globe-Gazette WE ARE PROUD OF OUR NEW BANK Farmers Cooperative Co. WE ARE HAPPY TO CONGRATULATE THE STOCKHOLDERS OF THE NEW FIRST NATIONAL BANK TO THE LASTING SUCCESS OF THE NEW BANK The Rendezvous FRANK MYERS, Prop. BEER ON TAP -- IN BOTTLES Congratulations from Clear Lake Cafe ^ -Congratulations Touristville Garage Tourist Park-- South Shore-- Clear Lake GENERAL AUTO REPAIRING - CMASINO TIRE REPAIRING - BATTERY SERVICE, tit. STANDARD GAS and MOTOR OILS WEGNER and WILKINS · ^ Congratulations . . · KEL'S SMOKE SHOP .MILTON OLSON, Mgr. -- PHONE 444 We Congratulate the Bank on its Re-opening Let us celebrate the e v e n t . . . and the Easter Parade ... with a new outfit Dress Scarf Coat or Suit Hose Shoes Gloves All Smart Styles--Reasonably Priced OLUF HANSON and CO. --Congratulations . . · From JACK and NIBBS BARBER SHOP AND BEAUTY PARLOR Our Special Easter Permanent Latest Model . . . Expert Work Congratulations^. . . Knutson Hardware COMPANY 55 YEARS ON THE SAME CORNER HERE'S TO THE SUCCESS OF CLEAR LAKE'S NEW BANK MATHER'S GROCERY and MEATS Phone 418 Congratulations . · · Jacob E. Decker ^a Sons LIVE STOCK BUYERS AND SHIPPERS B. M. MORSE, Manager Congratulations . . Phillips "66" One-Stop Service FLOYD KIMBALL, Prop. Let's have that car WASHED and Greased for Interurban Schedule Leave Mason City Leave Clear Lake ·····^^^·"^ Congratulations FIRST HAYI0NAL BANK Grand Opening SURF BALLROOM CLE ^ KE EASTER MONDAY, APRIL 2 ANDY KIRK ANDHIs'w CLOUDS OF JOY A Music Corporation Band ,,. 1 ABIES 35c GEMTS 40c o ree n u "-aw tlic hnllrooni and return .luring the o -a KED NICHOLS AM) HIS \\OKU) FAMOUS I'KNMKS ' S A T r K D A Y . Al'ltll. i Except, sun. 5:35 a. m. 7:00 a. m. 8:10 a. m. 10:05 a. rn. 11:45 a. ni- 1:35 p. m. 3:10 p. m. Except. Sun. 5:05 p. HI. 6:05 p. m. 7:05 p. m. 8:35 p. ro. 10:35 p. m. Except, sun. Mason City and Clear Lake Railroad Company jn saia lanas, to the ri^lit, UUe, uca Directors.

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