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Mason City, Iowa
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Tuesday, March 7, 1939
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4 INVOLVED IN AUTO ACCIDENT Car Goes in Ditch as Driver Loses Control of Vehicle Pleads Guilty to Beating Baby w f w f - e ° n way to Waterloo on Saturday eve- TM"e Mark Pulis, Joe Landes, Dorothy van Vlack all of Clarks- wlJe and Miss Doris Swenton of Waterloo, were involved in an automobile accident. About four miies south of Denver Iowa, they came up over the crest of a hill and overtook a car that had nearly stopped and in attempting to swing around the car to avoid a collision, lost control and went into the ditch. The car, owned and driven by Landes, was demolished, but me four occupants escaped with only minor injuries. Shortly after the accident another Clarksville youth, Austin Williams, on his way to Waterloo saw the Landes car in the ditch and recognizing it, put on the Crakes in an attempt to stop and his ; car skidded into the ditch, but TM . utue to the car. , the driver and Sunday Opening of Algona Fair Still Discussed by Groups ALGONA--At a meeting of the board of directors of the Kossuth Agncultural association held Saturday at Algona, George Hagge, J-edyard, was named as vice president to fill the vacancy when (-lark Scufftmm was named president after J. M. Patterson resigned from the board. Mr. Hagge was also made a member of the executive committee which is composed of J. A. Raney and Mr. Scuffham, both of Algona. The committee acting for the Algona Ministerial association, also met with the board of directors to further discuss the opening fair date which fails on Sunday this The fair board offered to turn tne grandstand over to the ministers from 1 to 2 o'clock on Sunday afternoon and would see that all shows rides and concessions would not operate during that Paul W. Barrick (above), former brickyard worker, pleaded ft""? ° a murder charge at Mifilmtown, f a ., j n the death of 2 year old Miriam Wolf. State police said Barrick told them he beat the baby 50 times. Infant of Hampton Is Buried at Iowa City; Had Been 111 HAMPTON -- Funeral services for Billy Walton, six months old son of Dr. and Mrs. S. G. Walton were held at the Methodist church Tuesday morning with the Rev. W. C. Cleworth in charge. Burial was at Iowa City. The baby died Saturday of pneumonia at the childrens 1 hospital at Iowa City where he was a patient the last two weeks'. 240 AT GARNER REA GATHERING Demonstration Given by Miss Clara Nale, Economic Specialist GARNER--Of the Utilization di vision o£ the Rural Electrificatior administration, Washington, D. C the one for Hancock county wa held here in the opera hair al Monday afternoon. Beside the hal dozen officials, 240 attended from all parts of the county Miss Clara Nale, chief hom electrician, economic specialist K. E. A. of Washington, D. C. gave a demonstration. Miss Nale spe oalized on the economy of using TM- s ed heat and toe capacity Miss Nale prepared a complet weal mostly cooked with the hea turned off after a certain degree had been attained Mrs. Willingham to Be Group's Hostess TM E vTM,F SBURG - Mrs. Henry -·WUhngham m be hostess to ^r 8 ^u\n C TOW .lingham home Wednesday afternoon. Informal entertainment will follow a short business meeting. Baptist Missionary Society in Session e W °m^' s Bap- society met Friday afternoon at the home of Miss ^ortia Johnson with Mrs. G M Wills and Miss Anna Meyers hostesses. Mrs, Mary Glawe led the lesson study on "Alaska" and devotions were in charge of Mr* Von Elbert Material was brought by members for a missionary box to be sentjto a mission field in Af- Mother Allowed to Attend Funeral for Girl, Fatally Beaten HAHRISBURG, Pa., W--Pleading to "see my baby," a young mother won freedom from jail Monday long enough to attend the funeral of the 2 year old child her suitor is charged with beating to. death. Crowds of curious thronged to see the bruised and branded baby of Mariam Wolf, known at birth at "the rosebud baby" because she was so tiny. Unconscious for five days, she died Friday. The mother, Helen Wolf, 21 year old domestic, has been held on a charge of criminal negligence. In another jail, on a murder charge, 22 year old Paul Wesley Barrick, jobless brickyard worker said he felt "like I would like to die right now." State police said he told them he beat the girl because he was "jealous" of her father. Mrs. Ferguson Feted at Project Meeting HUTCHINS - Mrs. Florence Zolhnger Ferguson, H. D. A was honored at a home project meeting held Thursday at the home of Mrs. Louis Goetz. A set of silver teaspoons was presented her as a wedding gift from Orthel and Boone township home project leaders and chairmen. The evenl was planned by Mrs. Lyal Fox and Mrs. Ray Doughan, township chairmen of the two townships the latter of whom was unable to be present because of illness Mrs. LeRoy Clapsaddle made the presentation speech. Sorenson Couple Is Feted at Lake Mills LAKE MILLS--Mr. a n d Mrs. Truman Sorenson who were recently married were honored at a post nuptial miscellaneous shower held Sunday afternoon at the balem Lutheran church parlors. One hundred persons were present. A program was presented which included several vocal and instrumental selections. Monthly Meeting of Home Builders Held S H E F F I E L D -- The Home Builders Sunday school class held its monthly meeting at the home of Ml-, and Mrs. L. O. Wheaton, Monday evening. The boss of the family is the one who can make everybody miserable when she isn't.--Dubuone Telegraph-Herald. -- -- -Backstage in Iowa Politics Writer Believes Public Safety Department Bill Doomed to Defeat; Cites Two Groups Furnishing Opposition By FRANK NYE, Jr. a week's vacation during which they encountere more real winter than at any Urn year Iowa's legislators will f T? *° the sei ' ious busines debating important measure m the remaining weeks of th session. Most" important, from governmental reorganization poin of view, is that bill which would bring the highway patrol, bureau of investigation and various state inspectors under a newly created public safety department. * * 9 DEFEAT? As it stands now the bill appears to be doomed to defeat unless it undergoes a drastic change The defeat looms because two distinct oppositions are developing y ( £ nd already have their Berthas trained and ready to « * MILLER One opposition, of course is headed by Secretary of State Earl G. Miller. He doesn't want to lose control of the highway patrol vhich is now under his direction It is uncertain what form this op- losiuon will take for Miller has few friends among the legislators vho will go to bat for him when he bill is being argued on the loor of the house. tt UNWORKABLE The second opposition, while using extreme caution to keep it- elf from being identified with ..ecretary Miller, actually is seek- ng defeat of the bill for one of ho same reasons Miller employs. and measure "unwork- The second group, how- ver, contends that the patrol hould be taken from Miller but hould be left only with patrol du- les. tinder the public safety bill he patrolmen would become arltime inspectors in some cases, ailing on merchants throughout ne slate in the same manner that u all tied inspectors do now 0 4 G ALTERATIONS It is entirely possible that Rep- esentative Dean W. Peisen, Elora republican, and "father" of is public safety department bill "lay reconsider its present struc- ure and revise it somewhat be- ore it is argued. He has given no naication of this, however, and it believed he will try to push it hrough in its present form of the Peisen bill, if it should be come law, the senate vehicle com nuttee has introduced a measurf m that body which would accom plish what the second opposition to the Peisen bill wants. It would divorce the motor vehicle department in. its entirety from the secretary of state's department, and set up a new division of state government. It eliminates Hie merger features of the Peisen bill * « * BREEN The senate bill was first introduced by Senator Edward Breen Fort Dodge democrat. Republi- thought it had so much merit that they requested Breen to withdraw the measure and allow it to be re-introduced as a committee bill to take the partisanship flavor from it before it reached the floor. * * » ELEPHANTS For the last few years Secretary Roy Sour of the republican state central committee, has been gathering miniature elephants as a hobby. He has collected 600 o£ them varying greatly in size and design. Among the 600 are 12 hand-carved ivory specimens sent to Sour from India. They are so tiny that eleven of them arrived in a carefully packed "seed" no larger than a common garden pea * c o . BLOWOUT Next big. blowout on the minor- ty party s schedule will be the annual state convention of the loung Democratic club of Iowa The meeting is scheduled for Des Moines May 29. The club will name a national committeeman national committee woman, and a district committeewoman from each of the nine congressional dis- ncts, to serve two years each. farewell Party for "amilies Is Staged CARPENTER -- A f a r e w e 11 arty was held in the Legion ooms for the following families who are moving. A gift was pre- ented to each family. The Frank Vinters family is moving to Lime Cedar, the Oliver Olsons o Bagley, Minn., and Harold Ca- veltis to Mitchell. About 80 fiends were present. SUFFERS BROKEN HIP CHESTER--Lambert Weis, 67, ell on ice in his yard Sunday and' uffered a broken hip. Conduct Last Rites for Cyrus Hanson, Pioneer of Nashua -NASHUA --Cyrus K. Hanson 80, died at the home of hi daughter-in-law, Mrs. Olive Han son, Sunday from the infirmaUe ?onn d S se - His wife died 1900, and a son, Glen, in 1928. He is survived by two sons, Dr Walter H a n s o n , Parkersburg Llarenee, Nashua; one brother Herbert, Feoria, 111. T . T he funeral was held at Th uttle Brown church Tuesday aft ernoon at 2 o'clock, the Rev. H. C Culver, officiating. Plymouth Girl Has "Annie Laurie" Roll PLYMOUTH -- Miss Eleanor Anderson of Plymouth has been selected for a leading part in Annte Laurie," a Scottish romance to be given at Taylor university Upland, Ind., this month inis play is sponsored and being presented by members of the ihalonian Literary society of the university. Miss Anderson is a member of the sophomore class at I ay lor. Ladies Aid to Meet in Church Basement EMMETSBURG--Members of the Lutheran church ladies' aid will meet in the church basement Thursday afternoon at 2:30 for a Business session and social hour hostesses will be Mrs.' Melvin Lee Mrs. Arthur Juhl, Mrs. Curtis Randa, Mrs. William Taylor, and Mrs. M. C. Thompson. School Election at Hayfield March 13 HAYFIELD--The annual school 'lection will be held Monday March 13. Charles Holecek, for six years member of the board, is a candidate for re-election, for the three year term. Other members of the joard are: Thomas T. Blank, G. V. Hitter, C. M. Lackore and Leonard Brozik. KIDNEY Trouble Stop Getting Up Nights To harmlessly flush poisons and acid rom kidneys and relievo irritation of ladder so that you can stop "setting up JEhs" get a 33 cent package of Gold ledal Haarlem Oil Capsules and take as .reeled. Other symptoms ol kidney and ladder weaknesses may be scant, burn- smarting passage--backacho--les; thE Former Resident of Alta Vista Is Dead v, ALTA VlSTA-Mrs. John Hebrank, 79, who was a former resi- r ^ £- re di , ed at her h °m e at Canby, Minn., last Thursday Funeral services were held at Canby Saturday morning and funeral " tes uat Our Lady of Lourdes church at Lourdes Monday morning. The Rev. Chihak read the requiem mass and delivered the sermon and also officiated at the the services at the parish cemetery where burial was made. Rural Carrier Exam to Be Held March 17 MANLY -- The United States civil service commission has announced an examination to fill the position of rural carrier at Manly. The examination will be held at Northwood. Receipt of applications will close on March; 17.' Home Declamatory Contest Planned at Ridgeway Thursday RIDGEWAY-The h o m e grade declamatory contest will be held at the high school auditorium on Thursday evening of this week J-he speakers will be: Humorous Dorcas Butz, Russel Bulz, Thomas Ramstad, Kenneth Kuntz. Julianne Josendahl, Norma Quill. Marvin Thompson, Merle Thompson, Arlowaine Hovden, Marilyn Trytten, Roy Quill, Norma J e a n Sanderson; dramatic, Dorothy Drew, Mark Hovden and Betty Jean Rue. CLASS HAS MEETING LEROY, Minn. _ The Berea, " nda y school class and teacher Mrs G. Mitchell, were entertained at the home of Philip Price Friday evening. Ping Pong and Chinese checkers were played. Perennially Young Sailors Head Shtts 22 io 23 Priced at S 5°° $ 7 50 $ 10° 0 wel- r K S . the ttme fof s u f s we welcome the sailor. Retaining the traditionally effeminate effect. These dressy sewed strows and body straws hold allure to all ages. SECOND FLOOR MLLINERY DEPARTMENT Nora Springs School Election March 13 NORA SPRINGS--School election of members of the school board will be held in the city hall from noon until 7 p. m. Monday, March 13. The candidates are Jtenneth Shanks, president, and A J. Qumby to succeed themselves as no other candidates were nomi- Horace Chiney Talks at Algona Thursday ALGONA -- Horace C h i n e y from the extension department of the Ames State college will discuss pastures and summer feed',,/ TM * d l lty sch ° o1 he!d ; n Al- sona Thursday at the Legion hall. Funeral for Student Is Held at Cornell CEDAR RAPIDS, (JP)-Th e entire student body of Cornell col- 3e«e attended funeral services Monday afternoon in the collese chapel at Mount Vernon for Robert Murray, Cornell wrestling -who died Sunday in a local oca osp tal of injuries suffered Friday af t- nS°°hera *" aulomob j le accident CALLED B'f DEATH PLYMOUTH-Milan Valley, his \V^ atld ^ children . went to Waukon Sunday, called by t h e geath of his father, who was 76 Fiery ItchingSkin Gets Quick Relief Home Treatment Eases Unbearable Soreness-- Distress There is one simple e i Annual Meeting of Fenton Telephone Company Is Held . FENTON -- The annual stockholders' meeting of the Fenton Telephone company was held at the Fenton school gymnasium Saturday afternoon. All of the old officers "were reelected. They are Dr. J. T. Waite president; Emil Huskamp, vice president; Milo Burwash, Herman Krause, Walt Ohm, and George Newell, secretary and treasurer. McCormick-Deering Day Is at Ledyard LED YARD--Baudrye and Carpenter held their . McCormick- Deermg day Saturday. They had a free program featuring the International orchestra, tree movies demonstrations, prizes and also free lunch at noon A large crowd attended, Miriam Verne, Dancer, Praises Adolf Hitler BERLIN, (F - Miriam Verne, lithe Pittsburgh acrobatic dancer who performed before Adolf Hitler and his artist guests Saturday night, declared Monday that "you like him immediately." She was proud of having chatted with the fuehrer for nearly an hour after her solo dance and said "I needed no interpreter because I am learning German." YOU'LL SEE ANYWtfKRK--wr nnwTM**^ "*" ** M i l I W 11 ,, t--YETPRICED LOWER THAW EVER BEFORE! See these new, bemmfutMW refrigerators! Yotfll ma rvel af their quality their Ihnlhng new features! Compare the m with any f a! r, ous 1939 brand for usability, size, and price! 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Johnson on be- nalf of an award committee of 55 persons representing all faiths. Township Declamatory Contest Is Conducted K A N A W H A - T h e Norway township declamatory contest was held Friday evening at the Norway center school. The judees ^re Mrs. V. A. Blomgren, Mrs. Walter Thoreson and Mrs. Archie Nelson. --^^^^·^^^·M^^ Famous Food Frostor An exclusive feature! Only the MW has 9 ovenware china molds for chilled desserts and salads, a deep glass dish for meat storage, stainless steel serv-' ing tray that acts as a cover for dish! The Food Froster has dozens of uses! Speedy 4ulio Trays (The new, exclusive Speedy Cube Trays have easy-to-handle-double-action'lev- ers .'. . two instead of the usual one! Lift one or both levers, and the big cold cubes pop right out! So easy a chiJd can do it! See them demonstrated! AID WILJj MEET TITONKA--The Doan Methodist ladies' aid will meet on ihursday afternoon at the hon-.- ni Mrs. Cli££ Hoover. Mrs. \Brya-' Asa will be co-hostess. 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