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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 7

Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, March 19, 1936
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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, MARCH 19 1936 A^VEN COONEY OF DUBUQUE CANDIDATE FOR ATTORNEY GENERAL SECOND DEMO TO ASK NOMINATION Now Member of State Parole Board; Formerly Was State Senator. DUBUQUE, OP)--Matt D. Cooncy, state parole board member and former state senator from Dubuque county, Thursday announced his candidacy for the democratic nomination for attorney general in the June primaries. John Mitchell of Fort Dodge already is a candidate for the nomination while Ed O'Connor, democratic attorney general, has made no definite announcement of his political intentions. Cooncy served six years in the city attorney's office in Dubuque befor ehis election to the state senate in 1930. He was majority leader in the senate and was president pro tern of that tody at the forty- fifth regular session. He resigned as state senator in .July, 1933, when Gov. Clyde L. Herring appointed him a member of the state board of parole, on which he has served since as legal member. Born on a Dubuque county farm, Cooney is a descendant of Iowa pioneers. He is a graduate of Columbia college, of the State university law school and his legal education was completed at Georgetown university, Washington, D. C. He is a World war veteran. ·Troutner Resigns as Big 4 Fair President NASHUA -- Homer Troutner, president of the Big Four associations, comprising Butler, Bremer, Floyd and Chickasaw counties, for the past seven years, has resigned and Dr. John McDannell, vice president, has taken over the duties of the office. CATCHING COLD? At the first warn* ing sneeze -- quick -- a few drops up each nostril. Its timely use helps prevent many colds. VlCKSVATRONOL :-: H E R E AND T H E R E : - : Miscellaneous Items From 125 Globe-Gazette Correspondents in North Iowa and Minnesota Visit at Marshalltown. ALEXANDER--Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Mease and daughter, Donna Jean, drove to Marshlltown Sunday to visit Mr. and Mrs. w. B. Wilcox. Mrs. Mease's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gregory of Glydecn were also present. Honored at Dinner. KANAWHA--Mrs. Ross Mason of Nampa, Idaho, has been a guest at the G. W. Judd home the past week. Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Judd, in hor.or of Mrs. Maaon, entertained at dinner, Mr. and Mrs. Ollie Olson, Mr. and Mrs. Monte Gorton and Mr. and Mrs. Russell Gorton. 14 at 14th Birthday. FERTILE--A party was given Miss Silence Stokke at her homo Wednesday evening in honor of her. fourteenth birthday anniversary when 14 of her girl friends were entertained. 79th Birthday Observed. ST. ANSGAR--Miss Linda Moe came down from Minneapolis to help her father, S. O. Moe, celebrate his seventy-ninth birthday Sunday.. She returned to Minneapolis 'again Sunday afternoon. Twins Are Baptized. LEDYARD--Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Mayne had their twin daughters, Shirley and Sharon, baptized Sunday afternoon by the Rev. E. J. Steck of Fairmont, Minn., at the home of Mrs. Mayne's mother, Mrs. Ella Gelhaus. Twenty-five friends and relatives were entertained at a 6 o'clock dinner in' their honor. Juniors, Seniors Entertained. PLYMOUTH--Supt. and Mrs. E. E. Brand and Principal and Mrs. C. W. Shaw of the consolidated schools of Plymouth entertained the juniors and seniors at a 6:30 o'clock dinner at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Brand Tuesday night. Auxiliary Holds Party. CARPENTER--The American Legion auxiliary observed St. Patrick's day with a birthday party. Those receiving prizes for whist were Mrs. Gust, high, and Mrs. L. N. Priern, low, and in 500 Elmer Nicholson, high and Mrs. M. R. Nicholson, low. Wolf Elected President. LITTLE CEDAR--The Township board of education held the first meeting of the new year at the scholhousc. Fred Hil, the newly elected member, was present to qualify. Lawrence Wolf was elected president for the coming year and Roy Smith re-apointed as secretary and Melbern Barker as treasurer. Bluiichard Again I'rcsidcnt. LONEROCK--At a meeting of the local school board, J. M. Blanchard was re-elected as president. Move From Ventura. WHEELERWOOD--Mr. and Mrs. Tice and family from Ventura moved to the farm vacated by Frank Marlowe. Will Discuss Electrification. ALLISON--The new rural electrification program to run lines throughout Butler county will be discussed at a meeting to be conducted by G. J. Long of Washington on Wednesday afternoon, March 25 at 1:30 p. m. in the courthouse at Allison. SMITH FREED OF EMBEZZLEMENT Jury Decides in Favor of Young Curlew Farmer at Emmetsburg. EMMETSBURG--After \ hours' deliberation, a jury in district court here Wednesday evening found Martin J. Smith, young Curlw farmer, innocent of larceny by embezzlement. Smith was accused of taking $796 belonging to his brother-in-law and legal ward, Fred Stowell, 22, and appropriating it to his own use several years ago. Martin Flaherty, uncle and landlord of Smith, was the chief prosecution witness. Flaherty, bondsman for Smith in the guardianship of Stowell, repaid the money to Stowell, then was instrumental in having the 'criminal charges brought against Smith. Both Flaherty and Smith admitted drawing the sum from a bank and settling their debts with some of it, each giving the other a promissory note for the entire amount. Flaherty, however, contended that Smith took most of the money, while the defendant maintained he spent it at Flaherty's suggestion, replenishing Flaherty's farm with livestock and paying bills, some of which were jointly owed. Scientists are men who prolong life, so we can have time to pay for all the gadgets they invent.--Dayton Journal. FRIDAY AND SATURDAY SALE AT 103 N. FEDERAL AVE. Friday and Saturday only v/e are offering to the public for the last time a $1.00 bottle of Jules Revere perfume for only 19c -- get yours while the supply lasts! 40e Fletcher's Castoria Imported Cod Liver Oil s Lotion 6Vz ounces Tooth Paste Phillip' K of Hajinaf la Dr. Lyon's Tooth Powder BREAD TOASTER The Vogue Alarm Clock Epsom Salts Campana Italian Balm Values to SOc ASSORTED STATIONERY ZIPPER BAG Lavons Mouth Wash $1.96 My-Wata Jr. Sl.29 Electric Doubla BATHROOM SCALE SANDWICH TOASTER Men's Full Size Linen Handkerchiefs 35C DOZEN 3c Weighs up -3 69 to 250 Ibs. JL Born in Minneapolis. KANAWHA--Word has been received of the announcement of a "'/» pound son born to Mr. and Mrs. Peter Christenson of Minneapolis. Mr. and Mrs. Christenson recently moved from Kanawha, having sold the bakery which they operated for several years to Fred and Mary joeffler. The baby has been named LeRoy Peter. Held at Winters Home. LITTLE CEDAR--A township ?arm Bureau meeting was held at :he Jake Winters home Tuesday. The general discussion of -the day was on corn. Reports of the work of the county board was given by the director, Leon Smith. The next meeting will be held at the Clyde Elliott home April 21. Visit at Monomi. ST. ANSGAR--Mrs. Don Fergurson and Betty Ann left Tuesday for Monona, to visit with her parents and other relatives. G. A. A. Banquet Held at Algona. ALGONA--About 35 girls gathered Tuesday evening at the high school gymnasium to attend the dinner and banquet given by the Girls' Athletic association. Miss Florence Young was the principal speaker. Gladys Prescott is the girls' instructor. Hosts io Club. PLYMOUTH--Mr. and Mrs. Paul Chehock entertained the Farrntrs' Wives and Daughters' club at their home, 2\i miles northeast of Plymouth Wednesday. Mrs. Virgil Lear gave a reading and a contest was conducted by Mrs. Rodrain. 24 Guests Entertained. DUMONT--Mr. and Mrs. Dr. H. F. Engle and Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Burrows entertained 21 guests Tuesday eve at the Burrows' home at a St. Patrick's bridge party. Dr. Guy Crawford and Mrs. Franz Rausenberger won high scores. Honored at Shower. ALEXANDER A . postnuptial shower was held at the Fred Dohrman home at Latimer in honor of Mrs. C. B. Schager, formerly Miss Ruby Myers of Alexander. Virginia Green received the prize for dressing miniature, dolls, more nearly like the bride and bridegroom honored. Present at Funeral. KANAWHA--Those from Kanawha who attended the funeral o James T. Jackson, which was helc Monday afternoon at Eagle Grove were Mr. and Mrs. Dale Petheram Mr. and Mrs. Fred Graeber, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lucas, Mr, and Mrs Ollie Olson, Mr. and Mrs.' Herm Brummund, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bush and Pauline; Mrs. John Hewlett, the Rev. E. A. Briggs, E. P. Cook, Mrs Oren Bramford, Mrs. Carl Mulholland. Mrs. Monte Gorton and Mrs H. H. Stewart. Party Is Held. LITTLE CEDAR--The young persons of the' community cnjoyec a St. Patrick's party in the basement of the Baptist church Tuesday evening. The evening was spent at various games and stunts, with Mrs H. M. Tiffany. Misses Carol Krocsin and Ann Taylor as committee in charge. Concert Is Presented. ST. ANSGAR--The second annual concert of the music department of the St. Ansgar high school was held Tuesday evening at the auditorium under the supervisor of music, Glenn W. Smith. Miss Frances Peshak was accompanist. There were 45 contestants. Twins for Dows Couple. HAMPTON--Mr. and Mrs. Dale Wright of Dows are parents of twin boys born Monday at the Lutheran hospital. Will Have Operation. CARPENTER -- Dixie Frank, young daughter of Mr. ' and Mrs. Rufus Frank, who has been ill with appendicitis, was taken to Savre hospital where she will undergo an operation. Gives Tuvi Serrmins. KANAWHA--The Rev. and Mrs. Morris Peterson of; Minn., were visitors in Kanawha. until Monday. Mr. Peterson had charge of the morning service at the Lutheran church in Kanawha Sunday and in the afternoon filled the pulpit at the St. John's church south of Kanawha. Held at Steelman Home. LITTLE CEDAR--The regular monthly meeting of the local W. C. T. U., was held at the home of Mrs. Charles Steelman. Because of the bad condition of the roads there was a small atendance. Mrs. Harry Danforth was assisting hostess. Will Discuss Electrification. H A M P T O N - Farmers of the county will meet here March 26 to discuss the electrification program. G. J. Long of the federal department will explain the plan. Farewell Parly Given. POPEJOY--The pupils in school district No. S and teacher. Miss Marjorie Johnson, gave a farewell party at the schoolhousc Tuesday afternoon for Jimmie Thompson, who is moving to Thompson. Named to Directorship. WHEELERWOOD -- Henry Edgington was appointed school director for the Wheelerwood school Monday night at the board meeting. Jake Maassen was appointed director by the board for the mill school. "Shorty" Dickson was elected director at the regular election but owing to the fact that he had not been a resident of the county 30 days could not qualify. Leave for California. POPEJOY--Mrs. Elmer Cox left Tuesday for California for a month's visit ivith her sons. Fred and Marion Cox at Escondido. also with relatives a t long' Beach and other points in the Los Angeles district. 'ormer Democratic Senator Prefers Any Republican to F. R. WASHINGTON--William Cabell Bruce, former democratic United. States senator from Maryland, has declared publicly his intention ac- .ively to oppose President Roosevelt 'or renomination and to throw his support to any republican who may be nominated, believing, as he says, ,hat any republican would be better ,han the present executive. In a letter addressed to the Baltimore Sun, Senator Bruce set forth he reasons which prompt him to ,ake up arras against the adminis- .ration now in power. $751 Premium Paid for Hancock Refunding Bonds GARNER--Halsey-Stuart com- any, Chicago, purchased Hancock :ounty road refunding bonds total- ng $243,000, paying 1% per cent plus a premium of $751. The bonds mature in 1944. There were five bidders. The sale was held Wednesday afternoon. LAKOTA GETS 3 DECLAIM FIRSTS Captures All of High Ranks in Competition Held at Ledyard. LEDYARD--The first round of the state declamatory contest was held Tuesday night at the school auditorium. Rake, Lakota and Ledyard participated. The winners were: Oratorical, first, William Powers of Lakota; second, Arline Rake of Rake; dramatic, first, Betty Ley of Lakota; second place, Cleo Gabel of Ledyard; humorous, first, Esther Buckels of Lakota; second place, Lyle Beaver of Rake. The judges were the Misses Capellan, Gustafson and Brulcy of ,, Buffalo Center. The firsts in this contest will represent their schools in the district contest next week. Accrediting Wartburg Will Be Considered at Meeting March 27, 28 WAVERLY--Accrediting of Wartburg college, 4 year school of the American Lutheran church brought to Waverly last fall from Clinton, will be considered at a meeting of the state rating committee Friday and Saturday March 27 and 28. A favorable report is expected from the subcommittee which visited the college and inspected its facilities several weeks ago. Teacher Near Lonerock to Talk at Fort Dodge LONEROCK--Beulah Gladstone LONEROCK--Beulah Gladstone of Lonerock, who teaches the rural school 2 miles east of Ringsted, has been invited to speak at the North Central convention of the Iowa Teachers' association, March 20. at Fort Dodge. She will talk on "Parliamentary Drill in Language and Results." FOUND NAILED TO WOODEN CROSS Lips of Jobless Bricklayer Who Rapped Government Sewn Together. OCALA. Fla., i.Ti--His lips sewn tightly with two stitches of Iwinc and a heavy hunting coat thrown over his head to muffle his groans, George J. Timmerman, 39, unemployed bricklayer, was found nailed to a wooden cross in a heavily wooded hammock inside.the city limits Wednesday. Thirty penny spikes had been driven through each of his hands and through both feet and shoes. Timmerrnan's condition was described as painful but not serious. He was not able to give any reason for the assault. Officers said he recently had been, engaged in labor difficulties on the cross-state canal and had been a critic of the government. Buy Now -- Save! Special Selling of ENERGEX Fully Guaranteed SPARK PLUGS Sets of 25c In 4 or More, each. . A real value in a low priced plug. Standard in every respect. Meets all S. A. E. specifications for performance. A set of these plugs will save you money on gasoline. Others up to 59c each SHORTS and SHIRTS each Here's one of the greatest shirt and shorts v a l u e s you've ever seen. The shorts are vat dyed fast colored broadcloth in newest patterns. DRESS SOCKS pair Rich silky rayon plated over good quality cotton re- linforced toes and -'heels. Newest patterns. 10 to 12. WORK SOCKS pair Medium weight work socks at a special low price for the V a l u e Demonstration. AJAX FLATWARE each Heavily plated silverware. Regular : 10c quality! 5 FT. STEPLADDER Straight · grained pine. Large paint shelf. Full width steps. Sears 50th Anniversary! Fifty years of having served America! A half century of filling the wants of a great country! Understanding its desires. Knowing its needs. Anticipating its wishes. It's been a great experience. An inspiration. Little wonder that we glory in our Golden Jubilee . . . and celebrate with March Value Demonstration! Here, once more, we hope, to serve you, with quality . . . with style , . . with genuine savings. Join with us in the celebration . . . share the profits . . . today! Bargain! Genuine Innerspring Mattress at Price You Usually Pay for Cotton! See It Today! 9 Think of it! Genuine innerspring construction with good coil unit. Ordinarily you pay this much for a cotton mattress. Non-sag roll edge. Ventilators for sanitation. Quality foral-efi'ucl cover. 'T MISS THIS BUY! Friday and Saturday MEN'S DRESS OXFORDS Pair Likn 3 hinarf toe? Here's y n n r sho 1 ?. This oxford is fashioned to g'ivo you plenty of room across the ball of the foot. Black leather. Rubber heel. Goodyear welt. WOMEN'S COMFORT OXFORDS .·VVpoir Made of soft kid leather. Both "T" straps and three eyelet, tie style. Sizes !?'··· to 8. Buy several pair at this price. 4-Star Feature Save 20c Quart CROSS COUNTRY 100% Pure Pennsylvania Permit No. 554 MOTOR OIL 10 Qt. Can . Plus Tax The finest oil money c;an buy Cross Country Motor Oil resists thinning under heat and thickening under cold two to three times as long as other oils. Change now to Cross Country--get the best at haJf price. Goldcrest Rlnlor Oil, bulk, He qt. WORK SHIRTS 57c Husky blue charn- bray coat style. T r i p l e .stitched and jnnerlined collar. Unbreakable buttons. Non-rip sleeve facing and ;·!· double yoke. Sizes : \'/ 14'/i to 17. SPECIAL BROOM Muds of 100',; broom corn. Sewed four t i m e s f o r | strength. 25c Galvanized Pail 10-quart. H o t dipped; guaranteed leakproof. 6 FT. CORD SET I n c 1 u d e s switch and Big value! R A Z O R BLADES 5 for Swpdjsh s t e r I. carefully h o n o rl and inspected. Fit any double edge 13-Plate Exchange Full size 13 plate battery. Equal to batteries selling for much more. Fully guaranteed. Reduced for this sale only. H£ J AV%iK=9S#i I **'s;-tw5' ifc=?3?w? Drive your car to your nearest Sears store. Let us look at the tires on it You tell us what your old tires are worth and if your proposition is at all reasonable, we will accept your offer and equip your car with these famous Allstates. SATURDAY ONLY BATTERY RECHARGE. 29c 23 East State Street Phone 803

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