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April 6, 1934

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 4

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FOUR MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE APRIL 6 1934 DENY GUILT IN IOWA CHARGES Trio Plead Not Guilty When Arraigned in Ohio on Marshalltown Case. · CINCINNATI, April 6. t-B--Mrs. Nancy Wright, 35, of Youngstown, and her brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Treharn of : Wenona, HI., pleaded not guilty in criminal court here today when arraigned on charges in connection with the sale of $54,000 in stolen bonds. Mrs. Wright was named in two indictments, one charging her with receiving and concealing ?2,000 of bonds, part of $96,000 loot stolen from Mrs. Martha Gillespic, 84 year old Marshalltown, Iowa, recluse. In the other, Mrs. Wright, the Tre- harns, C. C. Culbertson and Mrs. Edna Brown, alias Nusek. the latter I two of Marshalltown, were accused ·jointly of receiving and concealing the $54.000 in bonds Mrs. Wright has admitted she sold to a bank here. Culbertson and Mrs. Brown have not been apprehended. Mrs. 'Pauline ~L. Kohrs at the Cooking School this week . . . stressed the importance of giving Pasteurized 9111k to children. There's a Healthy, Strapping Youngster For You! And his mother will tell you that he is b e i n g brought up on Hermanson's Milk, finest in the world. He asks for his milk at every meal, and between meals, 'too. Do you know why? Because Hermanson's Milk has a rich, natural flavor all its own. Children recognize it immediately. Give your family Hermanson's Milk and watch the difference. Hermanson Bros* Dairy PHONE 646 WILSON HEADS DEMOCRAT CLUB Organization Meeting Held at Rockwell; Dougherty Session Planned. ROCKWELL, April B.--The Young Democratic club of Cerro Gordo county organized a unit at Rockwell at a meeting held in the city hall Thursday evening. Officers elected included president, Doctor Wilson; vice president. James Murphy; secretary, Paul McLaughlin; treasurer, Mary McEvoy. . Miss Phyllis Propp, Mason City attorney, delivered the main address of the evening, speaking on "From Political Indifference to an Enlightened Electorate." Miss Propp pointed out the necessity of having a well informed group voting for the best interests of the country. Abbott Wolf, Mason City, gave a talk on organization. There were many from Mason City and Clear Lake in attendance. The meeting was In charge of Morgan J. McEnaney, county chairman, and A. B. Lombardo, county treasurer. M. Ben Brasser. Jr., Joe Hillan and Elias Kelroy were in charge of the election. After the business meeting Fergus Gallagher presented a humorous monolog. The organization meeting of the Jeffersonian club will be held April 11 at Dougherty. After the program and organization session, the meeting of the Young Democratic club of Dougherty will be held and officers will be chosen for the unit. 2 COUPLES ISSUED LICENSES TO WED NEW HAMPTON, April 6.-Marriage licenses were issued Thursday to John D. Fortney of Fort Dodge and Lucy M. Tennan te of Chicago, 111.; Paul A. Shinstine and Alveda J. Pitz, both of New Hampton. "I Cannot Praise Too Highly the ELECTROLUX GAS RE_ FR1GERATOR Furnished by the P. G L for my use during the Cook- r I in ing Dcnooi ^ PAT JIJNE L ROHRS The New Gas Refrigerator Offers You SOMETHING EXTRA Small Amount Down Balance in Convenient Monthly Payments ELECTROLUX Facts About Electrolux 1 . Permanently silent . . . . 2. Has no moving parts . . · 3. Tiny gas flame is whole works 4. No repairing required . - ~ 5. Economical in operation - · 6. Has temperature control . . 7. Non-»top defrosting . · · 8. Ample food space . . ·' · 9. Plenty of ice cubes . . . « THE E LECTROLUX--the air-cooled gas refrigerator--offers almost every worthwhile feature known to refrigeration--and even more. It assures complete silence . . dependability . . . speed . . . long life. It guarantees operating economy. It gives you freedom from bother and inconvenience, freedom from repairs. Why? Because a tiny gas flame takes the place of all moving parts. To appreciate thoroughly what it will mean to you, you'll have to see this new air-cooled gas refrigerator. Better stop in tomorrow. Think of the extra deliciousness Electrolux will give to- your foods. Consider the savings it will make possible the year 'round. P G PEOPLE'S GAS AND ELECTKIC CQMBWY ,t||ir(iynl Kc'frigiTalurs Ha) Also Be Purchased trom Ullitr Reliable Uculvrs i" Hiis tomimiuitt F. B. Shaffer Candidate for County Attorney To Seek Republican Nomination for Office. Frederick B. Shaffer, prominent Legionnaire and active participant n numerous community enterprises, Saturday announced his candidacy for the republican nomination for county attorney of Cerro Gordo county. Mr. Shaffer has been a resident of Cerro Gordo county since 1928, most of which time he was connected with the First National com- any in legal and investment work, opened his own office for law jractice on Jan. 1, after spending several months with the Sterling rocery. The county attorney candidate until recently was first vice commander of Clausen-Worden post of the American Legion and captain of F company of the local national uard organization. Mr. Shaffer was formerly engaged in the practice of law and In business at New Hampton. He was elected county attorney of Chickasaw county, which office he gave up :o enlist in the army for the World var. Since the war Mr. Shaffer has* been active in Legion from its inception, serving as commander of both the New Hampton and the awler posts. He was fourth dis- .rict commander in 1923. Mr. Shaffer was born in 1889 on a farm in Chickasaw county. He is married and has two children, who are in the public schools. He ia a member of the Lions club and the Masonic lodge. Frederick B. Shaffer Candidate for Republican Nomination for County Attorney of Cerro Gordo County. Photo by Kirk. FREDERICK B. SHAFFER. SAYS HE REFUSED TO PERFORM RITE Omaha Pastor Declined to Marry Nila to Mess Boy on Board Ship. OMAHA, April 6. UP)--The Rev. .V. W. Hanne, pastor of the Florence Presbyterian church here, today revealed he had declined an invitation to perform the marriage rites for Nila Cram Cook and her author-messboy--"night of compassion" fiance, Albert Hutchins, n Mid-Atlantic. After a visit to India and Palestine, the Omaha minister and his wife boarded the freighter, City of Elwood at Port Said and landed with Nila at New York 21 days later. Mr. :Hanne related that the former; 1 Gandhi, disciple V.-'had pet names for all the .adult passengers aboard, save himself. "My Arie!!" was Vice. Consul Hutton from Bombay: "Raphael!" a young Mohammedan, arid "Satire!" was Mrs. Hanne. Midway in the Atlantic, he said, came the announcement that Nila wanted to marry Albert--officers' mess boy, who had kept quietly in the background. Mrs. Hanne was invited to be the flower girl, Jut the Omaha pastor, declined to perform the ceremony "on several grounds," so, he added, did "Daddy" Adams, the captain. Mrs. Hanne described conversations with Nila which revolved around her forthcoming: book on India. If plans -revealed by Nila remain unchanged, the first chapter will be headed: "Elephants on parade." flesh" and live power in the molecules of Standard motor fuel. On Lake Front. The big ampitheater, caged arena, and animal hall will be constructed on the lake front across Leif Erickson drive and northward from the Travel and Transport building. Architecturally the structures will harmonize with other Fair buildings, and dazzling lighting effects will be part of the night display. The big steel-barred arena will be known as the "Bed Crown Cage of Fury." When the 2,500 places to sit down prove inadequate many hundreds more onlookers can see the show through the surrounding fringe of trees. Business Prospects Conceded Good for 2nd 1934 Quarter NEW YORK, April 6. (.T)--Business prospects for the second quarter "generally are conceded to be potentially capable of producing the nost satisfactory results for any second quarter in four years," Dun and Bradstreet said today. They expected 'slackening in the pace which retail buying set before Easter has not yet appeared, the agency reported. Although sales of some apparel lines have receded this week from the "extraordinarily high totals" of the.preceding..vreek, buying of 'furniture,' "housewares, electric refrigerators and' rugs increased by a wide percentage. COMPLETE MAGNETO SERVICE Central Battery Electric Company ly concerned regarding the maintenance of trade barriers throughout the world. 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In the red-and-green package. Made by Kellogg in Battlo Creek. Did you see the table setting of Fostoria's "American Glass" at the Cooking School Friday 1 Well, if you didn't, you can 'see' it' ; 'at our store--any time. Its sparkling crystal will make the breakfast, luncheon, or bridge table all the more attractive because of its use. "Buy American." Active kiddies and careless servants will find it hard to break, and it's very reasonable in price. Iowa Tea Co. 39 East State St. TIGER-LION ACT BILLED FOR FAIR To Be Presented Under Sponsorship of Stand* ard Oil. CHICAGO, April 6.--Entertainment of the kind Roman emperors provided for crowds packed in the ancient Coliseum will b one of the outstanding free features of this year's Century of Progress exposition. From comfortable seats in a great open aropitheater, 2,500 visitors at a time will see Allen King, dare-devil animal trainer, go into a steel cage with 32 lions and tigers and put them through one of the most astounding animal acts ever developed. Only King and one other animal trainer have ever attempted to work both lions and tigers in the same act, and no trainer has ever before tried to handle as many at one time as King will bring together. Elephants in Show. King's whip-cracking over the great cats will be put on four to five times a day if he proves equal to the strain. To relieve the tension after his appearance Estrella Nelson, beautiful woman trainer, will put a troupe of jovial elephants through their tricks. Between shows, fair crowds will be allowed to visit the building back of the arena and become acquainted with the elephants, lions and tigers at close range, This entertainment is to be Standard Oil company of Indiana's contribution to the 1931 fair. No admission will be charged to any part of it. Whatever the company obtains in return will come through separate newspaper advertising which will turn the acts into an Aesop's fable about gasoline. In fact, the main reason Standard is putting on the animal show is that its advertising this season is to draw a parallel between "live power ia the Keep him smiling-- You can by serving VACUUM COOKED FRANKFURTERS in Viskings, Originated by Decker's '.KiMHRL.:. JwpuHbtf Deckers HAM BACON SAUSAGE and VACUUM COOKED MEATS The Following Dealers, Wholesalers and Manufacturers helped to make the Globe-Gazette Cooking Sehool a big success . · · American Beet Sugar Co. Crystal Sugar Blanchard's Jewelry Silverware Currie-Van Ness Co. Voss Washing Machines Cooking Utensils Damon's, Inc. Table Linens and Curtains Jacob E. 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