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FOURTEEN MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, APRIL 7 H 1936 Harper to Be Installed as Simpson Head April 20 Educational Conference and Honoraiy Luncheon Also on Program. Â· INDIANOLA--The formal exercises inducting Dr. Earl Enyeart Harper into the presidency of Simpson college will be Monday afternoon, April 20 at 3 o'clock. They will be preceded by an educational conference in the morning and a luncheon at which the visiting delegates, members of the board of trustees and faculty of the college will be guests of honor. Sunday evening, April 19, a special service will be held in honor of the work of the retiring- president. Dr. John L. Hillman, who resigned after nearly IT years of successfully directing the affairs of the college. Bishop Frederick D. Leete, resident bishop of the Omaha area of the Methodist church, will give the charge to the incoming president whose inaugural address will occupy the principal place in the afternoon program. The session will be presided over by Senator A. V. Proud-* foot, president of the board o f ' trustees of the college. Gilroore Will Preside. President Eugene A. Gilmore of the University of Iowa will preside over the educational conference. The speakers will be Miss Agnes Samuelson, superintendent of public instruction of the state of Iowa. President H. M. Gage of Coe college and Prof. J. Hugh Jackson of Leland Stanford university. The luncheon program at the Methodist church school building will be presided over by President Emeritus John L. Hillman. A dinner orchestra under the direction of Dean Herbert A. Harvey of the conservatory will play during the luncheon. Prof. Lester E. Spring, head of the voice department, and Prof. George E. Weiler, head of the piano department of the Simpson conservatory of music, will appear in special numbers on this program. Herring Will Speak. Gov. Clyde L. Herring, representing the state of Iowa, will head the list of after-dinner speakers extending felictations to the college and its new president. Other groups to be represented on this program will include alumni, city of Indianola, Iowa colleges, state educational institutions, Methodist Board of Education, Evansville college and the lowa-Des Moines. conference. As part of the inaugural program the honorary degree of doctor of education will be conferred upon Miss Agnes Samuelson and Dean J. A, Torbett of Evansville college, Evansville, Ind., and James Russell Houghton of tie Boston university school of theology will be given the degree of doctor of music. DR. EARL ENYEART HARPER CASE WILL OPEN ON CONSPIRACY Woman Charged With Getting Unlawful Possession of Baby Son. KAHOKA, Mo., UP)--A. sequel o: St. Louis' famous "gift from God' baby case comes to this quiet northeastern Missouri town near the Iowa border Wednesday. In the Clark county courthouse Circuit Judge Walter A. Higbee wil call for trial a charge that Mrs Nellie Tipton Muench, once a prom inent figure in St. Louis society ant musical circles, comspired to take unlawful possession of the son o Anna Ware, unwed servant girl. Her physiccian husband, Dr. Lud wig 0. Muench; her friend, Mrs Helen Berroyer, and Wilfred Jones an attorney, face trial withh er. Principal State Witness. Miss Ware, in seclusion with he son, may appear as a principal state witness, bringing with her the boy now almost 8 months old, abou whom the bizarre baby case cen tered. Mrs. Muench, sister of State Su preme Court Judge Ernest M. Tipton, announced birth of a son on Aug. 18. A day before, Miss Ware Newton, Pa., domestic, gave birth at the home of a St. Louis midwife to a boy she jjermitted to be taken from her for adoption. Seeking to regain him, she filed a BUDGET YOURCRR PER WEEK TIRES ..... S7Â« BRAKES 55" BATTERIES . . RADIOS . SAVE 10 to '20 STEWART -WARNER DELAY f i v l s ' 115 East State St. Phone 766 Open Evenings and Sunday Till "oon abeas corpus suit against the iluenches, alleging their child was reality her son. Son Was Kcstored. After a lengthy hearing before a pecial commissioner, the St. Louis :ourt of appeals last December up- leld Miss Ware's contention and restored her son to her. The commissioner, Rush H. Limbaugh, in a report adopted by the :ourt, asserted Mrs. Muench "did not give birth to a child" and characterized her claim of motherhood as a "sham and a:hollow mockery.'' He declared she announced the irth--her announcement called the ;hild "a gift.from God in my time f distress"--to gain sympathy rom a jury which later tried and acquitted her on a charbe of com- plicity in the 1931 kidnaping of Dr. Isaac Dee Kelley, wealthy St. Louis specialist. Like that trial, which was held at Mexico, Mo., the hearing here was transferred from St. Louis on a change of venue. Gets Trip to Culm. NASHUA--Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Staley have received word that their son, Harlan, has won a free trip to Cuba, "for having the highest sales record of the entire U. S. organization of the Inter Collegiate Press of Kansas City. Mo. He will start on the trip in June. Installation of electric lights and running water in Mecca. Holy City of the Moslems, is to be started at once. 97TH YEAR OF PIONEER NOTED Jacob P. Miller of Marble Rock Active; Reads Daily Papers. MARBLE ROCK--Floyd county's oldest citizen, Jacob P. Miller, passed his ninety-seventh birthday April 2. The event was celebrated Sunday by the family's annual birthday dinner and gathering. Mr. Miller's son- in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Jordan of Clinton came for the celebration, also his grandson, Wayne Smith and family from Omaha, Nebr. Many others were present from this community and nearby towns. The remaining daughters, Mrs. Henry Smith, Mrs. Frances Wilson and Mrs. Mary Barber live here. The son, S. B. Miller, lives in Charles City. Mr. Miller voted at the town election on March 30. He reads the daily papers and keeps interested in all public affairs. He has been an active member of the Methodist church for many years, and uses neither tobacco nor alcoholic beverages. Mr. Miller was bom in Luzerne county, Penn.. and has pioneered in three states, Pennsylvania, Illinois and Iowa. DECLAMTOBE IN EMMETSBURG 10 North Iowa Towns Will Be in Competition Wednesday. EMMETSBURG--Emme t s b u r g will be the site Wednesday night for the predistrict round of the state high school declamatory contest in which 10 North Iowa towns mil participate, school officials announced Sunday. Students competing will include those who have placed first in three previous rounds of the state meet. Towns represented will be Spencer, Spirit Lake, Forest City, Bode, Emmetsburg, Kanawha, Maple Hill, Plover, L-uVerne and Esthcrville. Winners will advance to the district contest, the site of which will be decided later. Rudd Culture Club'Will Observe Guest Program RUDD--The Culture, club annual guest day will be observed -Saturday afternoon, April 18. A luncheon will be served at 1 o'clock in the parlors of the M. E. church. After the luncheon the group will adjourn to the Dr. Charles H. Cords homa for a social time, hostess, Mrs. Charles H. Cords. Â·K 'itf^-ii ,:^__~, */*f- \ RIGHT UP IN FRONT OF THE PARADE! SHEER FROCKS You'll adore the lovely fabrics that make these dresses so distinctly new . . . and the colors are very Easter-y! You'll find yourself debating between a frilly Margot neckline, or something tailored simply. In junior, regular and half sizes. [95 LEADING THE PROCESSION ARE JACKET DRESSES A clever idea--these jacket dresses--it really gives you two garments in one. Each dress is designed to be worn without the jacket. Just the sort of costume to get every v eye at the Easter parade. 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