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Mason City, Iowa
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Friday, April 3, 1936
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CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, APRIL 3 · 1936 ANNOUNCED BY HIGHWAY GROUP Franklin, Bremer, Hardin, Palo Alto Are Included in List. AMES, 3)-Bids on 26 road projects in Iowa will be received by the Iowa highway commission on April 14 it was announced Friday. _ Following is the list o£ projects in North Iowa: Bridges and Culverts: 'Bremer--Four culverts on highway 93 out of Sumner, west. Bremer--3.2 miles on highway 93 in and west of Sumner. FranWin--1-5 miles on secondary road from Hansell south to high- Wa Franklin--0.3 mile on highway 65 northeast of Iowa Falls. Hardin--0.3 mile on highway 65 west of Hubbard. Palo Alto--0.4, mile on highway 18 :-: HERE AND THERE :-: Miscellaneous Items From 125 Globe-Gazette Correspondents in North Iowa and Minnesota FOREST CITY--Mr. and Mrs. E. east of Ruthven. Graveling: Hamilton, Hardin- -14.5 miles on highway 175 from Jewell east toward Hubbard. Hardin--1.9 miles on highway 175 west of Hubbard. ROBINSON SEEKS SEAT IN SENATE Mason City Attorney Runs as Republican for Job in Legislature. The candidacy of J. C. Robinson Mason City attorney, for the repub lican nomination for state senator from forty-third senatorial district comprised of Cerro Gordo, Hancock and Franklin counties was announced Friday. Mr. Robinson consented to enter the campaign as a candidate at the urgent advice of friends in this and other counties. A resident of Mason City since 1902 Mr. Robinson has played an .important role in the public life of the community. Two years after coming to the city he was appointed city attorney, which position he held until 1908 when he resigned to become county attorney. He held the county attorney's office for three terms to the close of 1914. Mr.- Robinson was again appoint- ed city attorney:in 1918 and served : in .that capacity under.three administrations to 1924. _ . Mr. Robinson has been active in the party councils of the county and was chairman of the republican county central committee for several years in the early nineteen twenties. He also has served as president of the Cerro Gordo County Bar association. Mrs. Beckett President. NORTHWOOD--New officers of chapter ES of the P. E. 0. organization are Mrs. L. D. Beckett, president; Miss Esther Webb, vice president; Mrs. Lila Dwelle, record- tag secretary; Mrs. M. H. Kepler, corresponding secretary; Mrs. E. N. Klove, treasurer; Mrs. R. G. Mei- lem, chaplain, and Mrs. Leon S. Barnes, guard. Are Parents of Son. CALMAR--Mr. and Mrs. Walter Yager are parents of a 7 J /- pound boy born to them at their home here Tuesday evening. Visit in Indiana. FREDERICKSBURG -- Mr. and Mrs. Roy Sweet have gone to Kokomo, Ind., to visit relatives. Honored by 50 at Shower. COULTER--Mrs. Wilbert Reineking was given a postnuptial miscellaneous shower at the home of her sister, Mrs. Hardwig Sorenson. The bride received a basketful of gifts. Fifty were present at the occasion. Taken to Hospital. "RAKE--Oliver Johnson was taken to the Mercy hospital at Mason City to receive treatment for mastoid. Births Are Reported. OSAGE--Mr. and Mrs. E. Harold Gunderson are parents of a son, born at the Nissen hospital, and Mr. and Mrs. Gerald West are parents of a daughter born there Thursday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Cordes are parents of a daughter, Sharon Rae, bom March 27 at the parental George Richman home. Mr. and Uecause the Pacific Junction board of education failed to re- ernploy Supt. W. L. Evans, above, for next year, students at the school are out on strike. Board members charge "too much basketball and too little discipline resulted in their hiring T. H. Ports of Anderson to run the school next year. (Iowa Daily Press Photo) turned home Tuesday. Arrives From Canada. LEL4.ND--Mrs. Elburn McLean mrents of I of Swift Current, Sask., Canada ar -ch 21 a: the rived Wednesday to visit relative ,ch 21, at me | fl ^ businesg in connect ion J Newman and Irene returned from San Antonio. Te:;., where they have been spending the winter. Hostesses to Meeting. GRAFTON--The ladies aid held the monthly meeting Thursday afternoon. Mrs. O. Rose], Mrs. G. Pctznick and Mrs". 0. Macken were hostesses. Return From Alexandria. CALMAR--Mr. and Mrs. Peter- Graff returned home from a visit with relatives at Alexandria, S. Dak. O E. S. Dance Planned. LIME SPRINGS -- Utopia chapter O E S. will hold a dance in the Masonic hall Friday evening to which all Star and Masonic families re invited. Takes Hampton Position COULTER--Walter Hansen, who as been employed in the Fullerton umber and implement company here several years, severed his con nection with it Wednesday and has accepted a position as salesman fo tie Long and Borcherding Imple ment company at Hampton and wil begin his new work at once. Visit at Fort Dodge. Rake--Otto Sheldon and sons, A bert and Oliver, went to Fort. Dpdg Tuesday to visit at the Ben Bright encamp home. His mother, Mrs- A 4. Sheldon of Garden Grove, ,orm erly of Rake, planned to visit ther also. John Brannon Buried. jMUiW HAMPTON--Funeral services were held Friday morning for John Brannon, 78, at St. Josephs church with the Very Rev Thomas T Dowline pastor, oificiatmg. Mr. Bralnond'i'ed'wednesdaj-afte^oon -Mothers club me Mrs. K I* Cotto at Britt, drove to Nor*- stedt . v* a paper e* c b i b e b a v Mam H. Wilson, 87 Year Old Civil War Veteran, Dead WATERLOO, U--William H. Vilson 87, veteran of the Civil war nd of skirmishes with Indians on uhe western plains, died at his home Thursday. Death followed a fall two veeks ago. Mr. Wilson was the last survivor f John Brayden post, Grand Army f the Republic, at Parkersburg, vhere he farmed prior to 1919, when e retired and moved to Waterloo. The post was disbanded and his membership had be«n transferred to Robert Anderson post in Waterloo several years ago. His death leaves seven survivors n the ranks of Waterloo Civil war reterans. Born on Father's Birthday. ACKLEY--A girl was born Tuesday to Mr. and Mrs. Charles Roth Jr Mr Roth celebrated his twenty- eighth" birthday anniversary Tuesday. COURT GRANTS FOUR DIVORCES Lakota Man Fined $100 on Liquor Charge; Titonka Man Sentenced. ALGONA--District court sessions continued Thursday with four divorces granted. Lena Loss was granted a decree from Frank Loss on grounds of desertion. Elda Nelson won her suit from Harold Ncl- *on on grounds of felony. Shortly after their marriage he was cr-n- victed of felony and is now in a South Dakota penitentiary. She was given custody of their minor child. Helen Fisher was granted a decree from Charles Fisher on charges of cruelty and non-support, and Eve- ivn Fitch was granted a divorce from Chester Fitch on grounds of cruel and inhuman treatment, bhe was given custody of their child and a small alimony sum. before the judge on charges of g-a! possession of liquor and was ? ined $100 and court costs, all of which were paid. Frank McColley, ritonka, was given a six months' jail sentence of charges of forgery. The Carroll case was brought up before the judge but nothing definite has been done. Sheriff Dahlhauser, it was implied, might be charged with contempt of court if he did not act in favor of Mrs. Jennie Carroll regardless of the life of her son, Ralph, which the whole battle hinges on. The petit jury will report next week. Tuesday, with the possibility of two to five jury cases coming up. The $20,000 slander suit of Gilbert Hargreaves against the Danial Ha- bagers has been postponed because Judge Coyle, Humboldt, who fell the past winter, will not he able to come to Algona. He is the plaintiff's attorney. New Store Opened. COULTER--Carl Johansen held formal opening of the new I. G. f store Wednesday of which he : PIONEER BURIED flT ARMSTRONG William Stuart, 85, Served ... in Legislature; Was Early Resident. ARMSTRONG -- Funeral services . were held Friday afternoon at the « Methodist church here for William '. Stuart. 85. pioneer of Armstrong, who died at the home of his daugh- ( ter, Mrs. J. B. Knipe. Mr. Stuart · came to Armstrong more than 4U years ago and took a prominent part in the starting of the town. He represented Emmet county in the forty-ninth general assembly 01 the state legislature. He is a charter member of the Masonic order in Armstrong and has been a Mason. 60 years. He is survived by his wife and four daughters, Mrs. Grace Knipe of Armstrong; Mrs. Aita Buckhead of demons; Mrs. Hazel Smith, Albert Lea, Mich., and Mrs. Mildred Ives of pasadena, Cal. Meat Market Opened. LAKE MILLS--The Bowen and Grupp market was opened here April 1. Roy Taylor of Mason City is the manager. This firm bought out Johnson and Haugland, who have had a meat market here for many years. blU L;VJUl.^oi- cv*. Ajt.,..-, .*--·.» -wood Thursday afternoon and played their solo numbers before the student body in the high school assembly. -They were Robert Bjorgo who played a trombone solo; George Olsen, a cornet solo, and LeRoy Harmon, a baritone solo. The Northwood high school soloists and small group contestants had previously given their contest numbers in the Kensett high school assembly. Returns From Chicago. CALMAR--Mrs. Julius Klatt returned home Tuesday from Chicago where she was called ^by., the illness and death of .her -mother. ,Banquet Is Arranged. LIMB SPRINGS -- The annual father and son banquet will be held at the M. E. church Friday evening. A program has been arranged. Returns From Blair. COULTER--The Rev. H. C. Jorgenson returned from Blair, Nebr., where he has been for a week in attendance at a Lutheran church conference. Husbands Are Entertained. DUMONT--The 0. E. S. club entertained the husbands Tuesday evening at the Legion hall with 36 present. Hostesses were Mrs. Earl Reed, Mrs. Willard Dennis, Mrs. Franz Rausenberger, Mrs. L. J. Pfaltzgraff, Mrs. F. L. Burrows and Miss Edna Clemens. "DINE flavor -- purity -wholesomeness -- good clean refreshment of Pabst Export Beer has won nationwide acceptance for Pabst TAPaCan. Pabst Export Beer comes to you sealed in the tamperproof, non-refillable original container for beer. Al! beers are not sisters under the tin--accept no substitutes. Call for your beer by name--Pabst TAPaCan. INSIST ON ORIGINAL PABST TAPaCaa o Brewery Goodness Sealed Right In · Protected Flavor · Non-refillable · Flat Top--It Stacks · Saves Half the Space « No Deposits to Pay e No Bottles to Return · Easy to Carry » No Breakage B R E W E B T G O O D N E S S S E A L E D R I G H T IN © 1336, Fremier-Pabut Corp. bieui s^-vv fu-r*" -- --· ior The next meeting will he with Mrs. Harry Hobson, Mrs. Fred Wegener assisting. Former Cashier Buried. KIESTER, Minn.--Several from here are at Albert Lea attending the funeral of the late Henry Wittmer. Mr Wittmer was at one time cashier of the First National bank of Kiester. Go to Minneapolis. LAKE MILLS--Mrs. Olive Kingland and sons accompanied her daughter, Genevieve, to Minneapolis where.she will take six months of work at a hospital there. This will be part of a nurse's -training course which she has been taking at Chamberlain, S. Dak. In County Contest. L E L A N D -- Margie Branstad, eighth grader, won the spelling contest in the local school and entered the county contest at Forest City Friday. Clair Kloster is the teacher. Moving to Osage. GREENE--Mr. and Mrs. William Crabtree and family are moving to Osage this week where Mr. Crabtree is employed by the Turnmeir company. Return From Kansas. GARNER--Mrs. H. Strandberg has returned from Pleasanton, Kana, where she made an extended visit in the home of her daughter, Mrs. Alice Mitchel. Mrs. Strandberg says that fruit trees were in bloom and vegetation well advanced when she left Pleasanton. Choir to Sing Sunday. B R I T T--The Waldorf college choir of Forest City will present a sacred concert at the First Methodist church here on Sunday evening, April 5, at 8 o'clock. Brannon e after a six day illness caused by pneumonia. Goes to Rochester. PROTIV1N --Mrs. Ben Kalishek and Marella Kalishek left for Rochester, Minn. The former will go through the clinic, the latter w,U stay with her. Dick Kalishek took them. Return to Waterloo. CHAPIN--Dr. and Mrs. O. P. Thompson returned to Waterloo Thursday after spending a week at the home of their nephew, C. H. Barney and family. Home From Pella. LATIMER--Wilma Hemmes, student at Pella, is spending a week's vacation at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. P. Hemmes. Is Reported Recovering. BRITT Mrs.. Charles -Meleney who underwent a major operation at Mercy hospital in Mason City is reported to be recovering from the ordeal. Visitor From Chicago THOMPSON--Miss Mary Peterson of Chicago came Wednesday to visit in the Rev. A. G. Heddle home Were in Fort Dodge. LONEROCK--Mrs. William Nelson daughters, Lucille and Gladys _, .-, Distributed by: Witwer Grocer Co. Osage Schools Close; Teachers Go to Homes OSAGE--The Osage schools closed Friday for. the spring vacation and the teachers went to .their homes. M Esther Rowe, Dallas Center; Lucille Dickman, Fayette; L-ucille Hook, Mildred Moore and Lucille Ruby, Oskaloosa; Mrs. Sherman Miller Waterloo; R. T. Mitchell, Adair: Viola Smith, Lost Nation; Roy Crabtree, Clarion; Dora-Leonhardi. Twin Lakes, Minn.; Margaret McHugh, Cedar Falls; Eleanor Rohne, Northwood; Margaret McGuire Allison; Bemice Swenson, Decorah; Magdalene Stute, Lyle, Minn.; Ruth Sims, Dubuque. Howard County Court to Be Opened Monday CRESCO--District court in arjd for Howard county is scheduled to convene at Cresco Monday with Judge W. L. Eichendorf of McGregor presiding. Two divorce cases appear on the calendar for this coming term of court, but have previously been disposed of: Judge H. E. Taylor granted a divorce to Eathyle Bernbrock Frost from V. V. Frost of Lime Springs. Florence Hayes was granted a divorce from William T. Hayes by Judge T. H. Goheen of Calmar. In both cases each party was permitted to marry again at any time. S. J. Galvin, Sheffield, Inspects Clinic Plans AMES -- S. J. Galvin, Sheffield, chairman of the building committee of the state board of education, was on the Iowa State college campus Thursday inspecting plans for a new veterinary merlicine clinic here. Construction' of the new building }\^ pected to be I part of June. sons Melvin and Raymond, and Mrs Clarence Ackerson and daughter Murial, spent Tuesday in For! Dodge. Street Sale Held. KIESTER, Minn.--The Kieste community street sale will be heli April 11. This is an annual affair. Mrs. Vickerman Hostess. PLYMOUTH--The Foreign Mis sionary society of the Methodis church met Thursday, afternoo with Mrs. Emma Vickerman wit Mrs. W. 0. Prescott devotional lead er. Mrs. J. A. Button had charge o the program lesson on South Amer ica. Seven Attend Convention. THOMPSON--Seven members o the Rebekah lodge here attende the Rebekah convention of distm 95 held at Forest City Tuesday af ernoon and evening. Joy Shay ( Thompson was convention presiden Visitor From Mclntosh. KIESTER. Minn.--Ed Nelson Mclntosh, Minn., is here visiting tt Mrs. J. Nelsons and looking after j his farm interests south of Kiester. Several Cases Reported. KIESTER, Minn.--There are several cases of scarlet 'fever. The George Hovland family and the Victor Petersons are quarantined. Are Parents of Son. GORDONSVTLLE, M i n n. -- Mr. and Mrs. Albert Tews are parents of- a boy born April 2. Move From Waterloo. GENEVA--Mr. and Mrs. Harold Pekareck moved here Wednesday from Waterloo to be with his father. Charles Pekareck. who had spent the winter with them. Recent Bride Honored. G E N E V A -- Mesdames Garcld Street Ralph Stackhouse, Fred Bcasley, Edward Kopacek, L. D. Clock. B. D; Hunt and Miss Elizabeth Wiener were hostesses Wednesday in the Methodist church parlors to about 60 guests in honor of Mrs. Russel Tjadcn of Wellsburg. Mrs. Tjaden. a recent bride, was formerly Miss Lois Thomas. Visit in Minnesota. LATIMER--·Mr. and Mrs. Louis Muhlenbruck visited several days at the Mrs. Greier home and other rel atives in Minnesota. Plans Modern Home. GARNER--Dr. S. A. Bemls will build a new home as soon as the basement can be excavated. It is to be the last word in modern conveniences and three blocks east of their present home in Sunset View but smaller than their present residence, i He-turn From California. RAKE A. E. Anderson and Andrew Ingebritsrvn rol \irncd from Los A n e l e s . Cal.. where they spent ,\ wont pullet seams TLeMf- \ PARAGON CREPE V -RAYON SHANTUNG iv · Quality Fabric · Exquisite Printed Paltemi · Deep Rich Colorings · Original New Styling · Guaranteed Washability · Won't pull at seams (If there's anything these dresses haven't got. we can't think oi ill Honestly, they're worth much more.) is; Style No. 64: Sizes: 14-20 Colors: 1 GoldiC-,- Attus ; CUBISM ,53 Style No..64G%\ Sizes: 38.44 R Colors: Blue; Peach:' Yellow; Natural Style No. 641 , _. Sizes: 14-20 Colors: Aqua: ^ -r-^-- Blu«: Maize. . , Peach _i--\- \ DRESSES D-l 7 AN UNUSUAL OFFERING OF Perfect Fitting Underthings A specially planned sale featuring ths famous DEB-O-HAY fabric. Tailored and lace trim otyles. Tie Lorraine label assures perfect fit. workmanship and wear. PANTIES STEP-INS BRIEFS · BLOOMEHS ea. TWO for $1.00 RAYON SLIPS, 98c Lovely slips of fine knit rayon with glove silk brassiere tops. Sag proof. In white and tea rose. Sizes 34 to 44. FEATHER TICKING yd. 39c In floral patterns, feather proof. CURTAIN PANELS ea. 9Sc Lace panels in natural and ecru shades. 50 inch. FAST COLOR PRINTS 36 inch. yd. lOc LUNCH CLOTHS, 59c In red, green, blue and gold plaid checks. oi -~- "'"· and 52x52. Sizes Join the Fashionette HOSIERY CLUB 2 pairs 95c ~~ With e a c h two pairs you get a coupon. I Six of these coupons entitle you to O N E PAIR FREE. Fashio n e 11 e hose are in chiffon a n d s e r v i c e weights, reg- u l a r length or knee high. They are exceptional val- u e s ! T r y them! Sizes 8'-a to 10',4. E x c l u s i v e with Merkel's E c o n o m y Basement. WINDOW SHADES, 39c Tan and green shades, 36 inches wine and 6 feet long. COTTON BATTS, 69c Three pound batts of stitched cotton, ready to tie. Size 72x90. CHINA COTTON BATTS, 59c One pound, size 72x90.

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