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March 24, 1936

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 5

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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, MARCH 24 193(5 FIVE COUNTY DECLAM HELD AT RUDD Charles City, Rockford and Rudd Capture Firsts in Competition. RUDD--The Floyd county declamatory contest was held at the Rudd high school auditorium Monday night. Winners were: Oratorical, first, Edward Melchcr of Charles City; second, Randall Finch of Rudd; dramatic, first, Arlenc Rost of Rockford; second, Lillian Arthur of Marble Rock; humorous, first, Bernice Brandau of Rudd; second; Harold Frederick of Charles City. Musical numbers were violin solo by Margaret Baker, tenor saxophone solo by Arlene Muller and girls octette, all of Rudd. Judges were Mrs. H. F. Risse, Mrs. Gladice Sears and Miss Dorothy Crill. all of St Ansgar. Charles City, Colwcll, Floyd, Marble Rock. Rockford and Rudd were represented. Will Plan 1-H Kally. HAMPTON--Miss Ella Laughran of the extension department of Iowa State college, temporary assistant state 4-H club leader, will be here Wednesday to discuss organization work and plans for Rally day. She will meet the county committee in the morning and the county committee and club leaders in the afternoon. THE SENSATIONAL NEW 1936 is now on display at BACKED BY A 5- PROTECTION PLAN NEW TEMPERATURE INDICATOR! The most revolutionary forward step in refrigeration. Constant, Visible Proof of safe temperatures in the food compartment. SERVICE SHELF ON DOOR! A handy drop-shelf available :n an instant, for preparing iced drinks, rearranging refrigerator contents, serving salads or frozen desserts. INTERIOR LIGHT! Goes on automatically when you open the door. Goes out when the door is closed. Every inch of the cabinet clearly visible. FOOT PEDAL OPENS DOOR The famous Len-A-Dor! Timesaving pedal which opens the cabinet door at a pressure of your foot. Both hands are free, when you use a Leonard! NO MORE BOTHER REMOVING ICE CUBES All trays have flexible rubber grids. This means that colder, larger, dry ice cubes are instantly accessible-- at tbs refrigerator instead of at the kitchen sink! VEGETABLE CR1SPER What a joy to have a place like this to keep vegetables fresh and crisp! Evefl wilted lettuce or celery placed in the Crisper quickly regains freshness. A Handy Serving Tray Top. BIG, ROOMY, EASY-SLIDING STORAGE DRAWER The Vegetable Drawer. J?or storing foods that don't need refrigeration. Potatoes, onions, turnips and such, things. Can't stick or fall out either. Holds over z. bushel; 22 Second St. N. E. Phone 2067 WEDNESDAY SPECIALS Where Quality and Prices Can't Be Beat Buehler's Best- Buy a 0 No. 1 Full · a SUMMATIONS OF ATTORNEYS GIVEN N ESTATE CASE iearing on Motion lo Show Equitable Grounds for Claim Nears End. A. A. McLaughlin, Des Moinca at- orney who with Atty. Earl Smith, iason City, is defending the C. H. tlcNidcr estate in the suit brought gainst it by 61 of the stockholders . the Northwestern States Portland dement company, completed his rgument to Judge T. A. Beardmore n district court here Tuesday after- oon, following summations by Den. is Kelleher, Fort Dodge, and F. A. Dntjes, plaintiffs' attorneys, Monay afternoon and Tuesday morn- ng. Mr. Ontjes was the first or the our lawyers for the plaintiffs to irgue their side of the case. He vas followed by Mr. Kellcher, who oncluded his talk Tuesday morning. 3en Hunter, Los Angeles, Cal., and Wesley Henke, Charles City, other laintiff counsels, will give the clos- ng arguments. Based on Alleged Violations. The claim against the estate Is 'ased upon alleged violations by Mr. McNider of his fiduciary relation- ihip to the stockholders as a rustee and director in the cement "ompany, and upon alleged concealment of stock transations. In opening his argument for the defense, Mr. McLaughlin said, "we lave been treated to an example of how a successful businessman and public spirited citizen can be charged with malfeasance of duty after his death when he can no onger speak in his defense." Traces Company's History. Tracing the history of the cement company, Mr. McLaughiin pointed out that the corporation rose from a concern deeply in debt at the time Mr. McNider became president and ;en.eral manager in 1911, to a 'splendid institution of excellent earning power at the time of his death." The evidence showed. Mr. McLaughlin stated, that Mr. McNider was acting for himself in the purchase of the LaSalle Cement company stock which he later offered to the company. "Much of the testimony presented by the other side has been an attempted distortion and the placing of wrong in references upon honest and above board transactions," he declared. Could Take or Leave. Testimony showed, according to the defense lawyer, that the members of the board of directors were told by Mr. McNider, and derstood from him, that he had purchased the La Salle Cement company stock for the company, but the directors could vote to take it or leave it." Thus, Mr. McLaughlin continued, Mr. McNider brought the company and the stockholders an investment which he was under no obligation to turn over to them, and the benefits realized by the company and stockholders from this venture amounted to more than 5500,000 more than the purchase pi-ice at which the company bought the stock from Mr. McNider. It was in consideration of these profits that the directors awarded Mr. McNider certain bonuses and gifts, which the plaintiffs charge were wrongfully given, Mr. Laughlin said. Ontjes Argues. Speaking for the plaintiffs, Mr. Ontjes reviewed the history · of the La Salle Cement company stock purchase by the Northwestern States company was in Mr. McNider's name, and was thought by the other parties in the venture to belong to him. he took advantage of this situation and acquired other stock which properly should have gone to the Northwestern States company. Mr. Kellcher cited decisions parallel cases, including a New York ruling handed down by Judge Benjamin F. Cardozo, now one of the United States supreme court justices. In this decision, Judge Cardozo held that a fiduciary is barred from dealing in any way with persona' opportunity which arises through his position as fiduciary, Mr. Kelleher read from the ruling. Allege Violation. He then contended that Mr. McNider was shown by the evidence to have made a direct violation of this rule in stock transactions in which he allegedly used all the stock in his name in the La Salle company including both his own holdings and those of the Northwestern States company. Then, referring more particularly to the issue at trial. Mr. Kellcher stated that, if the plaintiff did not know of the existence of the basis for a claim against an estate soon enough to file said claim within the one year following the death of the decedent as allowed by the statute of limitations, the very fact of this non-knowledge was- held to be sufficient showing in cases which he cited. The hearing is on the sustaining of a defense motion to make the plaintiffs show that circumstances sufficiently peculiar existed during the year allowed by the statute to justify late filing of the claim. Even Dogs Have Taxes to Scratch Up April Whiskered Mongrels Find Friend With Pocket. April 1 is the time of year when a feller needs a friend, even it one leads a dog's life. Many a dog is worrying right now about who is going to pay his taxes--for even the dogs have their taxes--and licenses. Whether the name is Skippy or Brownie, Miltzie or Tarzan, Hoi- man or Bulls Eye, or even Rags or plain Bow Wow, they all have the same price to pay--$3 for a city license to be allowed to run at large. Must Have a Master. But dogs of all shapes and varieties, · including the mongrel pack that boasts no ancestral lineage, have come to realize they are better off and safe from the dog catcher's pound if they have a master in a young boy Or girl. For in Mason City there resides a friend of children and their dogs. Each year this friend purchases the license plates required for the pets of children who are unable to pay the license fee. The identity of this benevolent donor remains a secret, but no matter how many dogs are brought in, the funds are ready for the license. 204 Plates Purchased. Last year 204 permits were pur 1 chased- Some of the dogs registered were 11 years of age, with no doubt a few of these years added to the age by the generosity of the dog owners' big friend. But whether the owners know the ages of the dogs, vhere they came from, or what they are, as long as a boy or girl claims it as his or her dog (and iasn"t the money to purchase a license) the big friend will come to the rescue. This friend works through the Globe-Gazette and the requirement asked is that the letter from the child must have parent and one from the child's teacher. The letter :rom the parent must have the father's and mother's names signed and state where the father is employed. The purchase of the plates will be handled through the Humane society, which will give the children pamphlets on the care of dogs when they receive their license plates. Traub Fined $5 and Costs for Speeding Abraham Traub, 509 Washington avenue southwest, was fined ,?5 and costs by Police Judge Morris Laird Tuesday on a charge of speeding. Traub was arrested o n East State street about 1:20 o'clock Tuesday morning. He was also sentenced to attend traffic school. Funeral Services for Mrs. Victor Kay Held Funeral services for Mrs. Victor C. Kay, who died at her home. 1527 Delaware avenue northeast, Friday morning, were held at the Randall funeral home Monday afternoon. The Rev. William Galbrcth, pastor of the Olivet M. E. church, was in charge of services. Mrs. A. D. Anderson and Mrs. L. H. Lundhl sang "Beautiful Isle of Somewhere" and "Sleep on Beloved. 1 ' Relatives attending the services besides the immediate family were her grandmother, Mrs. Ellen Chamberlin, Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Jennings, Harry Chamberlin, Dean and Gerald Buffington of Columbus Junction; Mrs. Ernest Evans. Winficld; Mrs. C. B. Buffington, Sperry; Mr. and Mrs. William Havenhill, and daugh- cr, Carol and son, Rex, Wapello; Mr. and Mrs. Harlcy Van Horn, Jrs. Cora Gray. Noah Van Horn, 3ean Ashland, Clear Lake; Mr. and Mrs. Dallas Van Horn. Mr. and Mrs. VV. P. Chamberlin and son. Wayne, VIr. and Mrs. Lee Chamberlin and 'arnily, Mr. and Mrs. Francis jathera. Mason City; Mrs. R.H. Wiliams. Staples, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Ora Kay, Austin, Minn.: Mr. and Mrs. Glen Anderson. Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Kay, Mrs. Mary Kay. Margaret, Rex, Kcrmit and Wilford Say, Mason City. Pallbearers were Noah Van Horn. Dallas Van Horn, Rex Kay, Kcrmit Kay. Burial was at Elmwood cemetery. REPORT IS MADE ON FLOOD RELIEF Cerro Gordo Substantially Over Quota With $385 Turned In. Cerro Gordo county chapter of the Keel Cross has substantially topped its quota of $310 for eastern flood relief, with J385.95 reported to date and the Clear Lake report still to come in. The detailed report to date follows: Mason City Churches. Christian $18.00 Congregational 7.05 Itnraanuel Lutheran 3.00 St. Joseph's 7-37 Methodist 27.84 Swaledalc. Baptist Sunday school 3.04 Queen Mary Grounded Twice But Unhurt on Journey Down to Sea GLASGOW. UP)--Great Britain's] new super-liner, the Queen Mary, was grounded twice Tuesday on her first journey down the Clyde river toward the sea, but ,it was authoritatively reported she was undamaged. · After a slow trip from her fitting basin to Grcenock while an immense throng estimated at a million persons cheered, the great ship of 80,773 gross tons was anchored off Gourock for the night. Off Dalmuir Light, during the river trip, she was aground fore and aft for tu'enty minutes, it was learned. Later she was grounded by the stern while approaching the Bcardmore Bend, but was refloated eight minutes later. Le Mars Clinic Sues to F o r c e Surgeon to Get Out of Town LE MARS, (.T)--Physicians associated in the Le Mars clinic filed suit Tuesday asking that Dr. H. H, Burroughs, a surgeon, be enjoined from practicing in this city. The ,clinic physicians, Doctors W, W. Larson, M. J. Joynt, W. L. Downing and L. C. O'Toole, declared in their petition that. Dr. Burroughs signed a contract stating he woul not practice medicine here aftei severing: connections with the clinic. They charged he now is engaged in private practice with Dr. T. E. Cole Dr. Burroughs declared the clinic abrogated this contract by not permitting him to handle surgical cases as it provided. Move From Farm. FERTILE--Mrs. S. Rodberg and son, Andrew, and daughter, Mary, moved from their farm west of town in the G. G. Hegney residence in Fertile occupying the rooms on the first floor. Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Warner moving to the rooms on second floor. TOTAL S66.30 Mason City Contributions. Palace theater '. $36.11 Cecil theater 31.06 Hanfortl hotel 21.50 Northwest Savings bank .... 6.05 Forester's building 21.21 First National bank '.. 44.67 Courthouse 27.76 Mason City total (including all individual contributions) $355.95 Thornton 5.00 Meservey 25.0C Cerro Gordo total $385.95 (Clear Lake not reported--in Mason City total. $5 came from a Chicago family, friends of Mrs. Quintard.) Mrs. Norton Succumbs. NASHUA--Mrs. Elizabeth Norton died Friday at the home of her niece, Mrs. Anna Fangman. Six months ago she came from New Vienna to Nashua to make her home with her niece. Funeral services were held at St. Michael's church Monday. BAKING Manufactured by baking powder Specialists who make nothing but bak- i n g p o w d e r -- u n d e r supervision of expert chemists. ALWAYS Suicide Blamed for Keokuk Man's Death KEOKUK, (.T)--The body of Thomas Tigue, Keokuk automobile dealer, a bullet wound in the right temple, was found Monday in the . Catholic cemetery. Nearby was Tigue's car. Authorities said the fatal wound apparently was self inflicted. Same price today as 45 years ago Z5 ·nnces lor 258 FULL PACK NO SLACK FILLING MILLIONS OF POUNDS HAVE BEEN ·,,,. UStB. 8Y.VJOUB GOVERNMENT .,', . Whatsit that can make the water froiti the spigot S5t f t i i i in the; old rain tnd h W Y A N D O T T E LEANSER 2 POUNDS FOR ONLY 15C MAKES WONDERFUL TOAST DISHWASHING WAS NO JOKE WHEN I WAS A R1DE, ALICE! THAT'S BECAUSE YOU HAD NO WORK- SAVING SOAP LIKE RINSO. SEE HOW IT LOOSENS GREASE-SEE HOW MY DISHES \ \ \ i / / / SPARKLE / / I I U \ \ UlSHWASHING is not only quicker and easier the Kinso way--it's far more pleasant! For there's no greasy film left on the dishes. Run your finger over a dish washed in ordinary suds. Then run your finger over a dish washed in Rinso suds. See the difference for yourself. Rinso not only loosens grease but quickly absorbs it. Use Rinso on washday --it saves work and washes clothes 4 or 5 shades whiter.Tcstcdand approved by jiGood Housekeeping Institute. THICK, LASTING SUDS-EVEN IN HARDEST WATER I WONDER WHY X. RUSHES AWAY \ EVERY MORNING?/;: TOM NO MATTER WHAT PAINS I TAKE WITH BREAKFAST, TOM JUST WON'T EAT- DOESN'TEVEN FINISH HIS COFFEE! 7] Mellon Celebrates His 81st Birthday PITTSBURGH, LPI^Andrew William Mellon, one of the world's wealthiest men and three times secretary of the treasury, celebrated his eighty-first birthday anniversary Tuesday, apparently as busy as he was the day he first went into business for himself 6-1 yeais ago. PROBABLY YOUR COFFEES TO BLAME. I'VE LEARNED IT TAKES GOOD COFFEE TO PUT A REAL EDGE ON A MAN'S BREAKFAST APPETITE. E , I'D GIVE ANYTHING I COULD GET TOM TO INK A SECOND CUP OF COFFEE. HERE'S THE SECRET- GET A PRIPMAKER AND USE FOLGEK'S DRIP 6RIND. THENJVATCH HIM GO FOR IT! FOLOER'S -THATS THE COFFEE v WITH THE MOUNTAIN FLAVOR, ISN'T IT? YES, AND IT'S SCIENTIFICALLY CUT TO MAKE PERFECT DRIP COFFEE EVERY TIME ! IF YOU WANT TO PLEASE TOM, TAKE i ADVICE AND TRY FOLGER'S DRIP GRIND. m LATER THATAY f-AND FOiGSR'S DRIP GRIND, PLEASE. NEXTMOKNIN6 H-M-M-M-M! THIS COFFEE-WHAT'S HAPPENED? WHY, THE FRAGRANCE ALONE GIVES ME AN APPETITE. ISN'T IT COZY'AND V ROMANTIC TO HAVE A 1 CHEERFUL BREAKFAST I LIKE THIS? AND! / CAN THANK FOLGfR'S* COFFEE FOR IT! WHY FOLGER'S DRIP OfiIND MAKES EVERY BREAKFAST PERFECT! __ And Actually Costs Less Than Ordinary Coffees .'__ Experts agree that the drip meth- This extra richness means extra od is the best way to make coffee, economy. Housewives have dis- And to be sure of perfect drip covered that you can actually use coffee, use Folger's Drip Grind. V\ less of Folger's and still have Folgcr's Drip Grind is never better ' richer flavored coffee! So crushed or mashed. It is put tr ' Folder's Drip Grind today, through 5 scientific cutting proc- Fol S* Coffee Company, Kansas esses which bring out its rich flavors to the fullest and assure The t comrs f rom Rio Grande lcy in Tens. ^'^"mcfrc A "d the world's 'i^est and best potatoes S row 11daho. perfect result?, mry iitnc! And remember--Folger's is a different kind of coffee. Slost brand? come from the lowlands, bin FolRcr's is grown on tiny mountain-top plantation?, where richer soil and climate jive it n flavor utterly unlike other coffee?. City--San Francisco. Tune in JUDY AND JANE--1:45 P. M. daily except Saturday and Sunday. JPresentcd by Folger's OofTee on Stations WHO--WOW FJLEER'S EOFFEE p A c H E D

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