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April 1, 1936

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 3

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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, APRIL 1 1936 THREE HARRINGTON IS DEMO CANDIDATE Sioux City State Senator to Run for Lieutenant [ Governorship. SIOUX CITY, OP)--State Senator ; Vincent Harrington Wednesday announced his candidacy for the democratic nomination for lieutenant governor in th,. June primaries. The Sioux City legislator, in a formal statement, said his candidacy , is predicated on support of "the policies of President Roosevelt and the principles of the democratic party." State Senator Harold Irwin of DeWitt and Charles Hanna of Jefferson already are candidates for the party's nomination to the lieutenant governorship. Will Back Platform. Harrington said that if nominated and elected, "I shall endeavor, to my utmost ability, to see that the platform adopted by the party at its state convention is carried out. "I believe that my experience in the state legislature as senator from Woodbury county has acquainted me with the problems confronting lowans today and I have no hesitancy in pointing to my record in the legislature to guarantee my promise that I will work for the best interests of the public. Need Tax Keform. "I am sure that the platforms of the party, both state and national, will contain planks advocating sound refinancing measures for farmers and other much needed farm legislature. I also believe that, while the party has taken many favorable steps in tax reform, it still is not satisfactory, and that the platform ·will contain planks advocating still further tax reform measures." Harrington was born in Sioux City in 1903, and is a graduate of Sioux City schools and Notre Dame university. While attending Notre Dame he played guard on the football team at the time of the "four horsemen." He was elected to the state senate in 1932. Lake Mills Pneumonia Victim's Funeral Held LAKE MILLS -- Dorothy Mae, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Twito died Monday morning from bronchial pneumonia. She had been ill about three days. She would have been 2 years old May 23. Besides her parents, she is survived by two brothers, Homer and Robert, two sisters, Faye and Lois. Funeral services were held Wednesday afternoon at the Twito home and at the Solera Lutheran church, the Rev. O. R. Sletten officiating. William Jones Funeral at Lime Springs LIME '"SPRINGS-- Funeral services were held at the M. B. church Wednesday afternoon for William Jones of Dakota. Mr. Jones was a brother of Ryce and Wilbur Jones of -this city. He leaves a widow and three small children. Raymond Kresensky Is on Poetry Society Program IOWA CITY--Spring meeting of the Poetry Society of Iowa will be at the University of Iowa Saturday, with Prof. Edwin Ford Piper of the university as one of the principal speakers. A round table discussion, one of the features of the one-day meeting, will be conducted by Raymond Kresensky of Algona. Additional speakers from Ames and Cedar Rapids will appear. President of the society is Mrs. Beulah Bickley of Waterloo. Woman Hurt in Fall Just After Return From Trip ST. ANSGAR -- Mr. and Mrs. Herman Dietrich, who spent the winter in California, arrived home Saturday afternoon. They had been home about an hour when Mrs. Dietrich started to the basement to start a fire, when she caught Hie heel of her shoe on a step and fell, breaking her left arm just above the wrist. Mr. and Mrs. Hartong. Nora Springs, Honored on 50th Anniversary NORA SPRINGS--Mr. and Mrs. SewarU Hartong celebrated tbeir golden wedding anniversary quietly at tbeir home here Tuesday with their children spending the day with them. They were married at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Johnathan Heinselman, now owned and occupied by Ray Shanks, four miles west of Nora Springs on the pavement. Those present at the golden wedding anniversary were Miss Irene Hartong and the Rev. and Mrs. W. E. Butler of Iowa Falls; the Rev. and Mrs. Glenn Hartong and little seon, Glenn, Junior of Toledo; Mr. and Mrs. Fay Cooper of Plymouth; Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Kemp of Charles City and Miss Una Madera and daughter, Norma, who now live at the Hartong home. The one son and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Emmerson Hartong of Pasadena, Cal., were not able to be present. Mrs. Householder Named Head of Lonerock P. T. A LONEROCK--The Parent-Teachers association met Monday evening in the school auditorium. Two selections were sung by Alex Krueger, Lester Rogers, L. B. Hollister and A. A. Krueger. A radio play, "It Ain't My Fault," was given by Mrs. A. A. Krueger, Mrs. Calvin Householder, Mrs. Frank Householder. V. V. Ferye. Harlan Blanchard, Charles Hill and Margaret Householder. Mrs. Calvin Householder was elected president for the coming year; Mrs. Charles Hill, vice president. Northwood, Lake Mills Postmasters Confirmed WASHINGTON, UP)--The senate cnofirmed the following Iowa postmasters: Daniel C. Norris, Prairie City; Ruth A. McMell, Coggon; Elmer J. Hylbak, Lake Mills; Frank W. Baumgardner, Livermore; Byrd S. Clark, Mount Vernon; Hans C. Johnson, Northwood, and Harry F. Lewis, West Liberty. Close on Good Friday. EMMETSBURG, (S--The chamber of commerce here voted to to close all business houses from 1:30 to 3 p. m. on Good Friday. It will be the first time business firms have agreed to close on that day. Public and parochial schoo's will be dismissed. LEGION PLANNING RECORD SESSION Minnesota Expects Greatest Convention at Brainerd Aug. 16 to 19. BRAINERD. Minn., (/W--Passing of the soldiers' bonus, in the opinion of American Legion officials, is expected to result in the greatest convention ever held in Minnesota when the state department meets here Aug. 16 to 19. At a recent meeting here phuis for the coming convention were discussed by department officers and committeemen including C. A. Zwiener, St. Paul, department adjutant; Miss Blanche Scallon, Minneapolis, department secretary: J. R. Spiering, St. Cloud, commander sixth district; A. R. Falconer, Brainerd, vice commander, sixth district; W. Jensen, Walker, sixth district membership chairman; Capt. E. S. Miller of Camp Ripley; Mrs. Myrtle Vigen, Fairmont, department president auxiliary.' "It is my belief," said Adjutant Zwicner," that the Brainerd convention will undoubtedly be the largest that the department- has ever had and I say that primarily because of the fact that the bonus legislation has been passed, payment to the veterans will no doubt be made by that time and it will allow the veterans and their families to spend a vacation in the Brainerd Lake Region. "Upwards of 100,000 men in Minnesota will be the recipients of approximately $02,000,000 of bonus money. Almost half a million will be disbursed in Crow Wing county. Many a veteran, previously cramped by finances, will now have the opportunity to attend the convention," he said. National Commander Ray Murphy of Iowa is expected to head the roster of distinguished guests. Zweiner said that upwards of 50 musical organizations will be in the parade at Brainerd. Herman Knudson Speaker at Osage Church Banquet OSAGE -- Herman Knudson of Mason City, a former resident of Osage, will be the principal speaker at a men's meeting at the Congregational church here Wednesday evening. A dinner will be served at 6:30 and the program will follow. Germany's Forces Outnumbered 10 to 1 in Military Strength COMPARATIVE. SIZES OF THE ARMED FORCES OF THE EUROPEAN NATIONS RUSSIA 3.OOO MEN: 5O,OOO AIRPLANE: STRENGTH GERMANY ITALY 1500 FRANCE 2,500 MEN: 34,352. GREAT BRITAIN 1.IOO MEN: 46,593 GERMANY 2.45O.OOO GREAT BRITAIN 1.022,344 POLAND 2.048,852. INCLUDING AIR FORCE BELGIUM 5S4.27-4 IHCLUDIHO SOVIET RUSSIA !5,775,OOO INCLUDING AIR FORCE CZECHOSLOVAKIA 1,887,500 IHCtUDIHS/HR FORCE RUMANIA 1,674,464 INCH/DIM M'KIKE YUGOSLAVIA 1,696,629 INCUIDMGAIR FORCE 01 jDiiropc's military lurcus discloses mis i:ici. incsu r, above, show that Ihc armed force and trained reserves of France and the principal powers on which she relies for help, including soviet Russia, total approximately 27,000,000 men. On the other hand Cier- nsauy's new army and trained reserve totals approximate only TM,oOO,- 000 men. But: the' soviet union must withhold a large part of its forces for protection of its Asiatic frontiers. Talk by Mrs. Cerney Is Heard by Club at Rudd RUDD--The P. T. A. meeting was much enjoyed Monday evening. Mrs. Rob Roy Cerney or Mason City appeared in costume and spoke on Italy, Portugal, Hungary, Czechoslovakia and Jugoslavia. Milly Jean Cords and Jane Hofler played solos with Miss Evelyn Wadswortb as accompanist and the orchestra played several selections. Kenneth Ell sang a solo. Officers of Rock Falls Cemetery Group Elected . ROCK FALLS -- At the annual cemetery meeting, the following officers were elected: Mrs. George Duff, president; Mrs. R. V. Wilkson, vice president; Mrs. Olga Fountaine, treasurer; Mrs. L. C. Bliem, secretary and Mrs. William Maher, Mrs. Grant Johnson and Anna Hansen, trustees. George Duf was elected caretaker for the coming year. Oelwein Teacher Hired in Crystal Lake Position CRYSTAL LAKE--The school board held a meeting and hired a teacher for the high school, Roger Northrop of Oelwein, to fill the place vacated by Ray Fox who resigned three weeks ago to work for the International Harvester company at Mason City. Harold Hawn has been teaching the past three weeks. Mr. Northrop will start teaching Monday. Leonard Anderson Talks to Club at Crystal Lake CRYSTAL LAKE--The men's club held a meeting Monday night in the church basement, the first meeting to be held since November. James Nelson, vice president, presided. Leonard Anderson of Waldorf was the speaker. A reading was given by Miss Core, also of Waldorf and the seventh and eighth grade school children put on a puppet show under the direction of their teacher, Marie Duesenberg. FARMER HURT IN 20 FOOT FALL Olthoff of Lakota Suffers 5 Broken Ribs; Taken to Hospital. LAKOTA -- Rufus Olthoff, who lives north of town, while doing some repair work on the windmill, fell 20 feet to the ground when a. bolt broke. Five ribs were broken. He was taken to the Dolmage hospital at Buffalo Center. Musical Tea Served by Band Mothers in Osage OSAGE--The Music mothers gave a musical tea Tuesday afternoon at the Seminary gymnasium in charge of -A committee which included Mrs. M. A. McDougall, chairman, Mrs. Roy Hnngcrford, Mrs. T. P. Solera, Mrs. Robert Marshall, Mrs. George Mallow. Mrg. Robert Flack and Mrs. Ed Falkestad. The program included numbers by the second to fifth grade chorus and a duet by Peggy Kingsbtiry and Jack McDougall; violin solo by Charles Note; third grade chorus; also clarinet solo by Nova June Myrtle: violin duet by Felix Diaz and Glenn Lincke; violin solo by Peggy Kelly, and sixth grade toy symphony. The Osage high school band will present a band concert Wednesday evening at the Seminary gymnas'ium. The mixed chorus under the direction of Miss Ruth Graper. will sing tile numbers to be used at the district contest in Waterloo this week-end. Orchard Visitor's Son Hurt m Gun Accident ORCHARD--Mrs. Paul Krueger, who has been spending the winter at the Fred Krueger home, was called to Edmond, Mo., by the serious illness of her son. Richard Bell, 16. He had been hunting and on his way home stopped into a barbershop and stood his gun up against a wall and in some manner the gun fell, discharging a bullet which entered his abdomen. Most Salaries Unchanged. CORWITH--All members of the faculty of the Convith consolidated schools have been given contracts for next year with only one change in salary, that of the coach, whose contract calls for a slight raise. Mclntire Man, Repairing -Automobile, Loses Finger McINTIRE -- While repairing a car Monday morning, Amos Stew- j art, 3 miles east of town, caught i his hand between the fan belt and | the generator pulley, taking the \ first finger off the left hand. He was rushed to Mclntire, where a physician dressed the-torn finger. Rake Creamery Manager Re-Elected for 6th Year j RAKE--The annual meeting of the Rake Farmers' Shipping association was held at the city hall Saturday afternoon with a good attendance. Clare Havnen and L. H. Asmus were re-elected as president and secretary, respectively. O. A. Hove was rehired manager for the association for the sixth consecutive year. Iver OMand was elected to. replace Andrew Hove on the board of directors with P. J. Okland and L. H. Asmus who were reelected. Interior Is Redecorated. MESERVEY--C. J. Wendel is having the interior of the hardware store rearranged and redecorated. He expects to have one of the neatest and most complete hnrdwaie stocks in northern Iowa when completed. 3G Kntet ConU'M. HAMPTON -- Thirty-six entries ; . have been received for the annual j, county spelling contest Saturday. ," I want my cigarette mild, of course--I hardly think anybody enjoys a strong cigarette. But deliver nie from the flat, insipid kkid. I find a great deal of pleasure in Chesterfields. They're mild and yet they seem to have more taste and aroma. I enjoy them. They Satisfy.. just about all you could ask for ·$ 1936, LIGGETT $(YEJIS TOBACCO

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