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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 17

Mason City, Iowa
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Wednesday, April 8, 1936
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I MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, APRIL 8 1'KIfi SEVENTEEN Visitors Shown Inspecting 1936 DeSoto Interested visitors tn un automobile show arc seen inspecting one of the late models of t h y IJc^olo -ar, similar to those which will bo on display at the Jewel Motors, Inc., garage here Thursday through Saturday. Shows Studebaker Denied Injunction lo Block Use of Telegrams by Lobby Probers. WASHINGTON. (.'Pi -- William Randolph Hearst lost in the District of Columbia supreme court Wednesday in his effort to obtain preliminary injunctions to restrain the senate "lobby committee and the federal communications commission from examining or using his telegrams. Chief Justice Alfred A. Wheat granted a motion by Cranipton Harris, lobby committee counsel, to dismiss the publisher's injunction plea. He said the communications com- I mission had produced affidavits ; that it did not intend to repeat or continue any investigation it might have made of Hearst's telegrams. The court stipulated that final disposition of the commission angle of the litigation could only he made when it files a formal answer to the publisher's petition. Elisba Hanson, Hearst counsel, immediately served notice of intention to appeal. "We are going to fight as fai as we can get--that's the supreme court of the United States," b* said. World to Get Cabbage Minus Odor by f938 ITHACA, N. Y., f U P i--Odorless cabbage, discovered at Cornell university a few months ago. probably will go on the market in about two years. It will be that long before 'enough seed is produced to make it commercially profitable to grow th e new type cabbage, according to Prof. C. H. Myers, who spent six years before he found a way to take tl:e odor out o£ the vegetable. More than 1,000 heads of the odorless cabbage have been produced in Cornell laboratories and are guarded to preserve their seed from contamination with smelly relatives. It is estimated that 15,000 seeds will be obtained from the cabbage. Several small lots are being- used io produce the cabbage for seed. George, Simerliorg is manager of the Xorlh Iowa .Motor company, exhibiting lafest Sl;xlel;iker i:n:l- i-ls at the Mason City A u t o show. Keltirns From California. VENTURA -- Mrs. Cleaves, who returned from California, will move to her cottage as soon as the weather permits. Visit, in Waterloo. ALEXANDER -- Miss M a r i a n hall Tuesday afternoon with Martha Riggle, president, conducting the meeting. The May meeting will be held a week late so members can attend (he eighth district spring conference to be held at Forest Cil; May H. ."Marshal Is Named. CRYSTAL LAKE--The new an old councilmcn held a meeting Monday night. The new councilmcn are Charley Powers. Albert Soncr- holm and Cliff Stewart. Art Finer local drayman, was hired as marshal. Visits in Minneapolis. PLYMOUTH--Mrs. W. O. Prcs- cott, accompanied her son. Gerald to Minneapolis to visit the family until after Easter. G:'.rdrn Group Meets. OSAGE--The home and garden department of the Osag-c Woman's club met Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Willard Tyrell The program consisted of a paper. "Soil Composition," by Mrs. Alex' Turmirc; and an open discussion of garden plannings icd by Mrs. W i l l - Dorscy. V'iilenhopp Is Hcurd. ALEXANDER--H. H. Uhlcnhopp of Hampton took charge of the services Sunday morning at the United church. The choir gave a special number and Mr. Uhienhopp's son, Harvey, sang a solo. The local pastor, the Rev. A. C. Walker, went to Hampton to fill the pulpit in the Congregational church as their pastor, the Rev. Mr. Jacobs, was ill with the mumps. Thies Named Chairman. BRADFORD--The board of trus- met as the board ot review at Week to Be Observed at Church CLEAK LAKE--Passion week services will be held at the Methodist :hurch the rest of the week beginning Wednesday night at 7:15. A icrvice commemorating the Last Supper will be held at which time .he Lord's Supper will be served. Meditation and organ music will also be held. A dark service with meditation, organ and vocal music ·ind the seven la.-it words of Jesus from the cross is planned for Friday I night. The Easter Catechism class will convene at the church at :IO o'clock Saturday morning. Special Easter services are planned in the morning and an Easter cantata is planned for the Sunday evening program. Patrick, Deam Speak to Sheffield Legion SHEFFIELD--At the regular meeting of the local American Legion post Monday evening, visiting guests included R. C. Patrick, chief of the 40 and 8. Leslie Whipplo and Dr. T. A. Nettle-ton of Mason City, Past County Commander Moorehead of Hampton and present County Commander S. A. Deam. Mr. Patrick gave a talk on membership L and reasons for joining the Amcri- | can Legion. County Commander Deam reported Franklin has reached its quota and exceeded last year's membership. HAYFIELD--Supt. and Mrs. Floyd B. Craft were Saturday evening dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. John R. Baggs of Garner. New Hampton Business lo Be Suspended on Friday NEW HAMPTON--Mayor V. S. White issued a proclamation ordering all business places to close on Good Friday between noon and 3 p. m. Mrs. I. C. Hanson, !);M Madison avenue northwest, who has just returned from a hospital at Rochester, Minn., where she went three weeks ago for a major operation, is recovering rapidly. Mother Is 111. GP.KENE--Air. and Mrs. S. W. Downs left for Mason City Tuesday. Mrs. Downs will remain a few days at the bedside of her mother, Mrs. Martin Wise, who is critically ill. ICvtuni In Osccolu. HANSELL--Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Apperman of Osceola, who have been visiting Mr. and Mrs. E. VV. Shaw the past few days, returned lo their home Saturday. Muszey spenfSaturday and Sunday ^ TM ct as the board of review a with her sister. Miss Hattic Muz- the Granl Center .TM aoul f 011 ^ zey, in Waterloo. Visitor From Hopkins. i , , ,, , . STILSON-Mrs. E. R. Jeffords ! mcelin S of the J' cal - John l h l G S On account of the illnes.s of one of the members, this was the first was elected chairman. Visit in Waterloo. DOUGHERTY -- Mr. and Mrs. John Conway and children spent the week-end with relatives at Waterloo. Are Parents ot Son. CLARKSVILLE--An eight pound son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Edward DePuew Saturday at the farm home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Kurd. He has been Mrs Claude Demo. There will be a j named Edward William. ^^^^t°^^^\ DOUGHTY - - M ^ a n d M,, supper by this group but their pro- Dan Hag-afl went to Aejiley Sunday ffram wUl be held at the school- for a at the_ Joe Burns home. and daughter. Marjoric. of Hopkins Minn., came Monday to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. Callison. Meets at Church. NORA SPRINGS--The Calendar circle was entertained Wednesday afternoon in the Methodist church parlors by Mrs. Guy Morton, Mrs. Clarence Stoner, Mrs. Luella Moody, Mrs. O. L. Hanseii, Mrs. Claude Tatum, Mrs. Ellsworth Troloar and j house. Leaves for foriluml. GREENE--Mrs. Emma Perry left Honored at Banquet. HANSELL--Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Hannah entertained the basketball North lowans Filing Candidacies for House DES MOINES, (.T)--Five democratic and five republican candidates for nominations to the state house of representatives filed nomination papers Wednesday with the secretary of state. The democratic candidates were: George M. Schlatter, Bellevue; John Ryder, Dubuque; R. E. Lee Aldrich, Belmond: T. W. Killion. Ccnterville; Leroy S. Mercer, Iowa City. The republicans. M. H. Hansen, Manly; ifarion Tomich, Madrid: Thomas Hendrickson, C o r n i n g ; Charles W. Nelson. Packwood; Thomas Rutherford, Jr.. Audubon. Iowa U Annual Spring Vacation Is Started TOWA CITY--The five and one- half day spring vacation, longest in iccent years, began Wednesday noon for University of Iowa students and faculty members. Classrooms and laboratories will remain closed until Tuesday. April 14 at S a. m. The usual Easter vacation is onlv five davs. for Portland Ore., to make an ex- j girls and their coaches. Miss Mabel tended stay with relatives there and Kline and E. W . Shaw, at a oan- at other points in the west. quet in their honor April 3. points Guests From Rochester. DOUGHERTY -- Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Feller and son. Bernard, of Rochester, Minn., were week-end visitors at the home of Mrs. Feller's father, Louis Fletcher. Honored at Shower. R O C K F O R D -- M r . a n d Mrs. Hoyle Ginther entertained,at a postnuptial miscellaneous shower honoring Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Ginther at their home Friday evening. Eighty-eight guests attended. A program featuring a reading by Returns to C'enterville. ERISTOW -- Alwyn T. Stewart concluded a, week's visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles S. Stewart, and returned to his home in Centervillc. Daughter !s Born. GARNER--A baby girl was born to Mr. and Mrs. William McCormack in their home. Visitor From Koclii'-stcr. DOUGHERTY -- Miss Kate Bamrick of Rochester, Minn., came Saturday to visit two days at the [Ji'Ui; I d.111 i.;n.utiJJQ "· l '-u.u.nig u . i_- -n · i l n n Gertrude Hartley and a mock wed- Martin Bamnck home. __ ding entitled "Air Mail Romance" by 10 men was presented, Mr. and Mrs. Ginther were married at the Little Brown church March 15 and they are at home with Mr. Ginthcr's father on the farm southwest oi town. Ketiiru From Funeral. DUMONT-- Mrs. Will Hutchison and daughter, Mrs. Harry Johnson. Mrs. Evelyn Tagesen Granted Divorce Here i Judge M. F. Edwards Wednesday ; granted Mrs. Evelyn Tagesen a di- ' vorce on her ch.-irges of cruel and inhuman treatment against her husband, Donald. Mrs. Tagesen was also awarded custody of a four year old daughter, Mary Lou. Submit to Operation. LAKOTA--John R. Johnson, who has been very ill at the hospital at Buffalo Center the past week. W.'IP p p e r n t c d on S n t i i t ' d n y for guH- stones. Cedar Rapids, returned Saturday '.o the Johnson home from Recclstowrv Wis., where they were called Wednesday to attend the funeral ot Mr. Hutchison's aunt, Mrs. Florence Maibcn, 76. Attends Republican Dinner. GARNER-- F. M. Hanson and son. Morris, motored to DPS Monies. On their way Mr. Hanson, who is candidate for the n o m i n a t i o n f f state auditor, attended t n 'inme · " his political fences a n d :it i'i::;0 intended the dinner of the Pmli county republican club. Move Near Clear !«lUc. CHAPIN-- Mr. and Mrs. Charles Pennalunn and family, who have been residents of Chupin and community for many years, moved tc. a farm near Clear Lake Tuesday- Mr- Pennaluna traded his farm j Pioneer Clarion Store Sold to Charles Cityan CLARION--The 51 year old Tillinghast and company grocery store was sold by Charles Hanson to C. F. Eriron of Charles City, who will open a Rite-Way grocery about April. 15. Tiltinghast and company was one of the two remaining original firms in Clarion. It was founded more than half a century,ago by Gene and H. G. Tillinghast. Shephard, 80, Dies at New Hampton; Was Mason for 54 Yeats X K \ V H A M P T O N ' - K G. Shcp- h a r d . s. Maron U: lodge member for r! yours, died \Ycdnr.-day. He was ;i retired building contractor. Widow Spiiler Thrives. WILLOWS. Cal. ( U P » -- The Rev, C. Roberts c-aught a Black Widow spider last August and put it in a ! bottle lor safety. Then he forgot near Dougherty for a 60 aero farm, i abom j t R c t , e n t l y nc f o u n d t he bot- where he moved. ; tlc n r ; ; j n i n -,; h ' the Black Widow A u x i l i a r y Holds Mrrting. ' s t j [| n ., !c , ; i n ,i h e a r t y , a l t h o u g h ap- C R Y S T A L L A K H - The A m c i i - ;:,-., ,. : ii| v i... v insr h a d ' i m food lor srv- ^^ezHPWWv' 1 '~!K/3jO: 1 ·« CHICAGO TO MILWAUKEE ON S GALLONS OF GAS "I have often driven from Chicago to Milwaukee in a small, lowest-priced car." says George L. Dautel. of Chicago, "but until 1 got my 1936 Dodge, I never realized what real economy was. My big, new Dodge used only 5 gallons. That ; s better than 18 miles to the gallon." ---** NEW YORK CALIFORNIA TO NEW YORK -20 MILES PER GALLON "TF MY new Dodge continues to use so little #as, it's J[ going to save me enough io more than make up the difference in price between it and a small car," says Thomas L. Doris, New York. Mr. Doris is only one of the many Dodge owners ·who report Dodge gives unusually high gas mileage and remarkable oil economy . . . who say Dodge will actually cost them fess to own than small, lowest-priced, competitive makes. Yet Dodge gives you far more than economy! It gives you the saiety-steel body . . . genuine hydraulic brakes . . . Airglide-Ride , . . redistribution of weight equally to all four wheels . .. Chair-Height seats ... patented Floating Power engine mountings ... and many other features! And Dodge, above all, gives you dependability! Jt is not uncommon for dependable Dodge cars to give their owners up to 200,000 and even more miles of service! Drive this new Dodge today! Prove to yourself how much CKtra value Dodge--now at new, low prices--gives you for only a few dollars more than the lowest-priced carsl "I left San Leandro, California, and drove to New York City, via New Mexico, Texas, Oklahoma, St. Louis and Chicago," writes A. A. Sinclair, sales manager of the United Engine and Machine Company, San Leandro. **1 watched my pas consumption very carefully and averaged BIG NEW MONEY-SAVING DODGE. Coupe 56-40, Rumbte Seat Coupe 5695. 2-door Sedan 5695 Touring Sedan (2-door with built-in trunk) $720, St-cton 5735, Touring Si-dan (4-door with built-in trunk) 3760. Convertible Coupe 5795, 7-p.iss- Sedan (with built-in trunk') $975, Convertible Sedan (with built-in trunk) $995. Dodgc Trucks 3370 and up.*Ltst prices at factory, Detroit, subject to change without notice. Special equipment extra. Through tlie Official Chrysler Motors Commercial Credit Company New 6?S Time Payment Plan you will find it easy and economical to arrange time payments to lit your budget. D O D G E Division of Chrysler Corporation This advertisement endorsed by the Department of Enc'inccfinE ~ Chrysler Cuiporuiiun Biff, A'ew, lifoni-ySavinft Dodge Touring Sedan (4-door 125 South Delaware Ave. Phone 1138 D O D G E P A S S E N G E R C A R S A M P T R U C K S - P L Y M O U T H P A S S E N G E R C A R S - G E N U I N E D O D G E A N D P L Y M O U T H PARTS A N D S E R V I C E to attend their special Auto Showing April 9, 10, 11 I */· V i "The Style Award Goes to Graham"

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