The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on March 30, 1936 · Page 7
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March 30, 1936

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

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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, MARCH 30 1936 SEVEN HOWARD CHAMP SPELLER NAMED Clara O'Kada Given First; Donald Graft Awarded Second Place. CRESCO--Clara O'K^da, 12, seventh grade pupil in rural school No. 1, Vernon Springs township, was winner in the Howard county spelling contest held at Cresco Saturday afternoon and will enter the state contest. She spelled "connoisseur" correctly afcr it had been missed by Donald Graf of Howard No. 2, who won second place. Clara then spelled "ingredients" aso correctly. Third place was won by Marjorie Farchman of the Cresco public school. Judges of the contest were: Mrs. Thomas Darby, pronouncing, of Cresco; Mrs. Robert Larson, Chester, and the Rev. Maynard Bell of Elma. Twenty-one were entered. Marjorie Parchman. who won third place in the county spelling contest, was one of the three winners of the Cresco team which competed in junior high .spelling contest, sponsored by the Howard county School Masters association, held at Lime Springs Thursday evening;. Others of the winning team were Vern Gager and Gordon Benson, all three of whom were perfect in both oral and written spelling, Two others of the team were Marjorie Phillips who missed one word in oral, and Glen Kvam who missed one oral and one written. 7 Are Out for Worth State Representative Post in Primary Race NORTHWOOD--E. J. McQuat- ters, Northwood, announced his candidacy for the nomination on the republican ticket for the office of state representative from Worth county. Mr. McQuatters has been a resident of Worth county most of his life and has been engaged in school teaching and farming and as rural mail carrier in past years. He also spent a number of years in farming before moving to Northwood, and is at present assessor of Northwood. Carl T. Rone, Kensett township farmer, has announced as a candidate for representative as a democrat. He has been a lifelong resident of that township. His father, the late T. C. Rone, formerly served as state representative as a republican. There are now four republicans and three democrats seeking nomination for state representative. Sells Interest in Plant. HAMPTON --J. Neal Clemmer, proprietor of the Hampton Artificial Ice company, sold the plant to the Central service company of Des Moines and has accepted a position as air conditioning engineer for the Baker Ice Machine company of Omaha, Nebr. The Cntral service company will take possession April 1. 200 WILL WORK ON RAILROAD JOB 26 Miles of Rock Island at Iowa Falls to Be Rclaid and Resurfaced. IOWA FALLS--Railroad track of the Rock Island will be resurfaced and relaid for a distance of 26 miles, commencing 3 miles south of this city and extending to a point just north of Hampton. New 112 pound steel rails will replace those now in use. Two hundred carloads of cinders and 25 carloads of gravel will be used. It is estimated 200 men will be given employment during six months this summer. 15 Swea City Legion Members Are Honored SWEA CITY--Fifteen Swea City veterans of the World war received chevrons and certificates, indicating their 15 years consecutive membership in the American Legion. Included are three stars with one star for membership of five consecutive years. Receiving awards were R. E. Berg, .Joe Kennedy, Buell Pearson, A. J. Christenscn, Jerome Johnson, William Thompson, George K. Nelson. A. B. Tweeten, Ray Marquis, William Flynn, AxelErickson, Fred Walker, Henry Myhr, Herman Bowman and Fred Peterson. 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TWO CLEANERS -- yours for only and your old cleaner FREE HOME DEMONSTRATION EASY MONTHLY WEEKLY TERMS ·Tuns Frotnan M'iis forced to overcome a decided lisp and drcail of public spiking before she could make her debut in movies via "Stars Over Broadway," her first picture. August Is Popular Month of American Legion Conventions INDIANAPOLIS. Ind.--August, the harvest month, again will be the popular state convention month of The American Leigon this year. Twenty-nine of the 5S departments of the Legion have selected this month for their 1036 sessions. Next in popularity as a convention month with the Legionnaires will be September, with nine departments holding their conventions in the first half of this month. Six departments have scheduled their annual meetings this year for July, and one each picked April and June, respectively. The eighteenth annual national convention of the Legion will be held in Cleveland, Ohio, Sept, 21 to 24, following the conclusion of all of the state conventions. The list of 1936 midwest state conventions of the Legion include: Illinois at Danville. Aug. 24-20; Indiana at Muncie. Aug. 23-24-25; Iowa at Clinton, Aug. 24-25-26; Minnesota at Brainerd. Aug. 16-17- 1S-19; Missouri at Springfield, Sept. 6-7-8; Nebraska at Omaha, Aug. 23-26 (Tentative). Charles City News Three Guest Pastors Heard m Charles City CHARLES CITY--Three guest pastors preached here Sunday. Dr. Arthur Fish of Eldora delivered the sermon Sunday evening in the high school auditorium at a union meet- ng of the Protestant churches. Dr. J. M. Walters, pastor of the First Methodist church, presided and Paul Auringer led the singing. Duncan Lampman led the community young people's service preceding the scr- non and Dr. E. W. Huelster, pastor of the Congregational church was the speaker. The First Congregational church welcomed to the pulpit the Rev. Mal- :olm Boyd Dana, son of the Rev. and Mrs. Malcolm Dana and grandson of Mrs. C. D. Ellis of this city. The guest speaker's work has been the east for a number of years. He will start on a world trip soon. The Rev. E. M. Bickell of Orchard spoke Sunday afternoon at the Evangelical Mission. Special meetings will begin tonight in the First Baptist church with the Rev. A. Van Benschoteri of Marble Rock as' the speaker. Tuesday night the Rev. L. D. Eaton of RicevUle will deliver the sermon. Carrville Man Sentenced on Check Forgery Counts CHARLES CITY--Herbert Bonwell, Carrville, was sentenced to serve six months in jail at hard abor by Judge T. A. Beardmore. Bonwell was charged with forgery and the county attorney recommended a light, sentence because he had made good the five checks to which he signed the name of Homer ?oe. Local business houses cashed the checks amounting to $120. Mrs. Burzette Rites Held at Charles City CHARLES CITY--Funeral services were to be held this afternoon at 2 o'clock in St. John's Lutheran church for Mrs Arthur Burzette, 43, who died at the home of her mother, Mrs. Wilhelmlna Krumrey, 312 Tenth avenue, from a heart attack. Mrs. Burzette, who was horn in Floyd county, had been taking care of her mother, who is blind. She is survived by her husband, Arthur Burzette, 508 Ninth avenue, besides her mother, an uncle, Carl Kley; two sisters, Mrs. Emil Voelker and Tena Krumrey, all of Charles City, a sister, Mrs. Clarence Felix, Floyd and another sister, Mrs. Emma Angell, Mason City. The Rev. C. G. Prottengeier will officiate with burial in Riverside cemetery. Ellis Attends Midwest Conference of Bankers CHARLES CITY--M. W. Ellis, of the Iowa Bankers association, left Saturday night for Excelsior Springs, Mo., to attend a midwest conference of bankers. Following that meeting he will attend a two day conference in Chicago, called by the American Bankers association. E. L. Walleser, vice president of the First Security Bank and Trust company of which Mr. Ellis is president, expects to attend the Chicago meeting. Charles Cify Briefs CHAR1LES CITY--Twenty Girl Scouts under the direction of Eleanor Peterson will give four minute speeches in the junior high school during conservation week. The talks the girls will give include the subjects of trees and forests, birds, wild flowers and outdoor good manners. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Fairbanks returned from a winter vacation spent in California where they vis' ited Mr. Fail-bank's daughter and family. They came home by way of New Orleans and Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Littig arc parents of a son born at their home on Grand avenue. Miss Pauline Miller, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Miller, is a mem her of the Cornell college choir, which left Saturday on an eight day tour through Illinois. Mr. and Mrs. Ted VanDeest and son spent the week-end in Mason City. H. A. Slinger, Dr. O. H. Banton : Roger Sanders, Fred Peterson and John Bernard were among those who .attended the state basketball tournament in t)es Moincs. The annual meeting of the Women's club will be held Tuesday afternoon at 2:30 in the Congregation. aJ church. Election of officers anc reports of chairmen will be read Tea will be served by Mrs. Ira Frederickson's committee. Youth Who Started Minor Spy Scare Is Freed by Authorities LOK ANGELES. (/PI--George Mclvin. 22. who started a minor 'spy" scare through his inquiry into navy matters, has* been freed with his curiosity completely satisfied. Mclvin, writer and graduate oC S T c\v York university, federal au- .horities said, was merely collecting material for a fiction piece on international spies. Only One Ticket Filed. IOWA FALLS--For the city election Monday only one ticket, headed by Frank M. Cottrcll for mayor, with Fred Hibncr, M. O. Hocum, W. W. Johnson and John Bcrficld for coundlmen, W. S. Walker for treasurer, Albert Klein for assessor, C. R. Lee for Ellsworth Municipal hospital trustee, and Paul I. Barker for park commissioner, has been filed. Both Legs of Ottosen Boy, 3, Broken When Tangled in Elevator ALGONA, (/I 1 )--His logs crushed. 3 year old Bernard Movick of Ot- toscn, will lie in a cast for weeks if he recovers. The child's legs were entangled in the mechanism of a grain elevator at his father's farm. Both were fractured and he suffered a severe concussion. S10 Premium on Bonds. WEST UNION--Fayette county sold 59,000 worth of primary road refunding bonds Thursday at an interest rate of \\'~ per cent, with $10 premium received. The buyers were a syndicate composed of Vieth, Duncan, Wolcy and Wood. Davenport and the Central National Bank and Trust company and associated concerns. DCS Moincs. Emmetsburg Girl Wins m Declamatory Meet EMMETSBURG--Mclvin Mueller of Spencer. Margaret McNulty of Emmetsburg and Lucille Weigand of Spirit Lake won first places in oratorical, dramatic and humorous divisions, respectively, at the state subdistrict declamatory contest held at Spencer Thursday night. Other towns participating were Rossle, Milford, Lake Center and Royal. The winners will represent their high schools at a predistrict contest the date and site of which will be revealed later. 2 Choirs to Give Cantata. BELMOND--The combined choirs of the Methodist church and the Congregational church are practicing the Easter cantata, "The Living Christ," to be presented Easter Sunday evening in the Methodist church. The cantata is being directed by Mrs. Cato C. Gricsy with Mrs. R. H. llvlemme, accompanist. FOR DIGESTION'S SAKE--SMOKE Gets Dubuquc Call. CHARLES CITY--The Rev. A. A. Rideout, pastor of the Baptist church here, has received a call to the First Baptist church of Du- juque. The Rev. Mr. Rideout came lere four years ago from Manchester. The Rev, and Mrs. Rideout have two children. Ruth, a student at C'arlton college and Arthur who is a freshman at Iowa university. Acklcy Student Pledged. AMES -- Nineteen junior women students at Iowa State college announced as pledges by Phi Upsilon Omicron, home economics honorary, included Dorothy Coe, Acklcy. HYDRAULIC BRAKES---The safest brakes made.,, .self-cquallzlnfi... always sure, quick, even-acting. PLYMOUTH HAS FOUR MAIN BEARINGS instead of three. Thus every piston stroke is supported by two blft beaiinfts. (Likedrlvlnfta nail In a solidly supported board.) DOUBLE-ACTION BRAKES-- Plymouth's 100% hyilraulicbrakesdon't depend on *'wrapping" wheel action (left-hand picture)., .but eicrt equal pressure throughout (sea right, above). FULL-LENGTH WATER JACKETS circulate water all around each cylinder Instead of half way. This moansbettcrcoolinC...arcason for Ply mou Cn's economy and lonfi life. SAFETY-STEEL BODY--Plymouth's bodyls Safety-Steel like a modern railroad coach. And bolted horizontally and vertically to car frame filvesja/esf, quietest co nstructioa- PATENTED FLOATING POWER--ordinary engine mounting . . » as at left---transmits engine vibrations to rest of car. Patented Floating Power englncmountinfia--acrlfiht ...hold engine in fcamce...absorb- Ing vibration before it begins. DIRECTIONAL WATER cmcuLATioN- In the picture at the left, the ftirls farthest from the fan aren't netting much benefit of the cooling breeze... Illustrating the old type engine cool- Ing system- The picture at the right illustrates Plymouth's directional cooling which forces cool water at high Telocity to all exhaust valve assemblies. This, combined w j i h full- length water jackets, lowers oil temperatures us much as5fl°. ..Improves lubricating efficiency ... R.ITCR oil. Plymouth owners report amazingly lowoll consumption ns well as 18 to 24 miles per gallon of gasoline. ecial Equipment Extr USUAL. DOWN PAYMENT Don't take our word for it...Compare value... Drive*'AUThree"low-pricedcars...thendecidel U SE THAT LIST of features to compare "All Three"! Plymouth is priced within $10 to $15 of the Other Two (actual list prices, four-door sedans, F. 0. B'. main. i-^.. factory)... and for that small difference gives you all this extra value... extra economy,.. extra safety. But got out on the road and drive "All Throe." Sec for yourself how much more room Plymouth has. How easily it handles. How smoothly it takes rough roads. Watch your gas--and you will sec why Plymouth owners report 18 to 24 miles per gallon! Sec how quick, straight ahead Plymouth's 10075 Hydraulic brakes stop! And Plymouth only of "All Three' 1 has 100^ Hydraulic brakes and Safety-Steel body. Don't buy any car until you drive this beautiful, new Plymouth and compare it... on features and price... with the others! Telephone or call on any Chrysler, Dodge or DC Soto dealer. He will arrange it. Plymouth Dealers of Cerro Gordo County ORE AT CARS

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