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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 6

Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, March 23, 1939
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THURSDAY, MARCH 23, 1939 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE j ! I Held in Dynamite Death Theodore Simmons (leti), 30, and Mrs. Alice Austin, 35, were held at Harrisbure, III., on murder charges in connection with the death of Earl Austin, 46, National Youth administrator at Elizabethtown, 111., and the maiming of a woman companion, Miss Lacene McDoweJI. Austin was killed and Miss McDowell injured by an Infernal machine under the floorboards of Austin's truck. Charles City News OFFICE AT 603 RIVERSIDE DRIVE, PHONE 1052 DON K. SANOELL, Mgr., Residence, Phone 937-J News Correspondent, Phone 318 LOCATE 'HAPPY JAKE'EARNIST Rudd Jail breaker, Orchestra Maestro,Held in Missouri CHABLE3 CITY--B. F. Athcr- ton, sheriff, received word Wednesday afternoon t h a t Gerald Earnist, alias "Happy Jake," who -broke jail here last November was In custody in Brookfield, Mo. Mr. Atherton will go after Earnist as soon as proper papers are filed. '. Earnist w a s charged with breaking into an elevator in Rudd and was in jail awaiting trial when he made his escape. He had served time here before and also had been in the Mitchell county jail for nine months. "Happy Jake" directed a dance orchestra, known as the Dakota Ramblers which played in this section. Eight Soloists in Sub-District Meet '; CHARLES CITY--Charles City high school will be represented ·u-iiri eight soloists in the sub- district music contest which is to he held in Waverly Thursday, Friday, and Saturday. Among those who will compete are Dorothy Bryan, soprano; Delores Du- rnont, mezzo-soprano; Laura Jean Morrison, alto; Lowell Lapham tenor; James Bentley, bass; Peggy Lapham, flute solo; Lillian Frudden,'baritone-euphonium solo and Dorothy Dawson, horn. New Members Join National Society CHARLES CITY--New members received into the National Honor society at the high school assembly Wednesday were Buelah Blunt, Joyce Bremer, Richard Bunn, Mary Butterfield, Eleanor Girkin, Leroy Krumrey and Kenner Thompson. Harry M. Clark, principal, presided at the .ceremonies which included musical selections by Lillian Frudden anc Lowell Lapham and a talk by Bruce Gates o£ Waterloo. Charles City Briefs Five Generations in Floyd County Family CHARLES CITY--Mr. and Mrs Carl Hauser are the parents of a daughter, Carole, born Tuesday in in the Cedar Valley hospital. The birth of this baby makes five generations on the maternal side, Mr and Mrs. E. A. Sheldon, grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Charle: Snyder, great grandparents, anc Mrs. Caroline Holsheuer, mothe of Mrs. Snyder, who was 95 year old last September, great grea grandmother. On the paternal sid the grandparents are Mr. and Mrs Chris Hauser and great grandpar ents, Mr., and Mrs. Michae Stange. AH of the families liv in Charles City and have bee residents here for many years. p Stopped-Up NOSTRILS, in te wlfc W HY try to open stuffy nostrils by blowing Into your handkerchief untllyour nose is red? Simply insert a little Mentholatum into each nostril. Note how effectively, yet gently, it relieves the stuffiness and soothes Irritated membranes. Instead o£ being a "blowhard," use Mentholatum. It's the clean, gentle way to open stopped- up nostrils due to colds. MENTHOLATUM Girrt C O M F O R T Daily 'ICK BECKWITH 0 HEAD LODGE Officers of Elks to Be Installed at April Meeting CHARLES C I T Y -- Officers ected at the meeting of Charles Hy lodge No. 418 B. P. O. Elks ·e as follows: Exalted ruler, \Vil- am Beckwith; leading knight, 4xchie Roberts; loyal knight, Wilam Wacholz; lecturing knight, art Hauser; secretary, Loren arr; treasurer, E. J. Austin; tiler, ou Niemann; trustee, A. S. Bul- \va. The officers will be installed ;xt month. There was a large attendance at 16 meeting which was preceded f a dinner in the clubhouse. COUPLE IS WED CHARLES CITY--Mr. and Mrs. William Aird announce the mar- age of their daughter, Irene, to rancis Kobernus of New Richand, Minn. The ceremony was erformed in Mason City, May 18. Jr. and Mrs, Kobernus will live n a farm near New Richland. . - CHARLES CITY-^ay Hillman, lairman of the Floyd county ag- cultural committee, stated Sat- rday will be the final date for making applications for corn oans. Mabel Kiddle read a paper she repared on "Comparative Reli[ions" at the meeting of the Wa- anye club held Tuesday evening n the Saint Charles hotel. Charotte Magdsick was chairman. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Immer are he parents of a son born in the Cedar Valley hospital. A son was born in the hospital o Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Lage of Nashua. Judge T. A. Beardmore granted a divorce' Wednesday to Flossie TJhe from L. C. Uhe, both of this city. They were married in Nashua May 26, 1931. Mrs. Clifford Smith of Greene and Albert Hatzky of Nashua are patients in the Cedar Valley hos- -lital. Mrs. Angie Noble and Mrs Myrtle Boice will entertain the Past Chiefs association of the Pythian Sisters Thursday evening at a dessert lunch after which games will be played. Mrs. Alfred Burnham is a patient in the Cedar Valley hospital where she is receiving treatment for an allergic condition which caused much swelling on her face and body. She has been'in considerable distress but late reports are that she is slightly improved. The Y. M. C. A. volleyball team motored to New Hampton Wednesday evening to play the New Hampton team which they beat in the four games played, in the high school gym. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Wright havi returned f r o m Independent where they attended the funera services for Mr. Wright's father William Wright. Burial was i Oakhill cemetery. Nashua Miss Wanda Wilson of Colwell daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clarenc Wilson o£ Colwell, is recoverin from an operation for ap;pendici tis in the Cedar Valley hospital Mrs. Wesley Henke, presiden o£ the American Legion Auxiliarj was given a birthday surprise b the board and a few friends a her home Monday. Supper wa served and Mrs. Henke was pre sented a gift. Smooth Roofing 51 Value! Lawn Seed . .. All Corn Broom Mop Head 29c Value! ISc S e w e d 4 t i m e s f o r s t r e n g t h . Straight hardwood handle s m o o t h l y sanded, F r i . and Sat. only! Covers 100 sq. ft. Good grade of asphalt and f e l t . W i t h nails and cement First quality s e e d ! F a s t growing! Prod u c e s fine sturdy growth in short time. U n u s u a l l y l o w priced! Twisted cotton rope wet mop head. Mrs. Jessie Smith, Jr., Club Hostess CLARION--Mrs. Jesse Smith Jr., was hostess to members o her bridge club Tuesday evenin Two tables of contract bridg were in play with Mrs. E. P. A len receiving high score honor and Miss June Bell second higi Miss Ursula Musel will entertai the club in two weeks. Gilmore Named to ,oras Symposium 'lanned on May 29 IOWA CITY -- Modern educa- lonal problems will be discussed n a. symposium at Loras college n Dubuque by President Kugene Gilmore of the University oJ owa and -two other prominent ducators. The affair will be one of the vents of the celebration of the hundredth anniversary of the college's founding and will occur May 29. With President Gilmore will be Dr. Mortimer J. Adler of the University of Chicago, and the Rt. Hev. Edward B; Jordan of Catholic university of America in Washington. President Gilmore is expected to present, some of the. problems of the state institution, many of which are similar to those of the endowed university and the denominational college which are represented by the other two men. Five Added to SUI Summer Staff; To Begin Work in June IOWA · GITY--Appointment of more University of lov/a summer session visiting lecturers from various parts of the nation, has been announced. These professors come from the east, Rocky mountain region, and southwest. They will begin work June 12 and remain until August. The easterners are Milford iWenee of the University of Maine, English; ' and Chester Kirby of Brown university of Hhode Island, history. From the southwest will come John A. Yarbrough of Baylor university of Texas to teach courses in botany; while the Hocky mountain representative is Granville B. Johnson, University of Denver, physical education. CIRCLE WILL MEET KENSETT--The "Friendly Circle" will meet at the home of Mrs. Hannah Glassel Friday afternoon. Dr. A. A. Theile Is Re-Elected Head of Board of Education EMMETSBURG---At a reorganization meeting of the Emmetsburg board of education held in the high school Monday night, Dr. A. A. Theile was re-elected president of the board. Other members o£ the board are A. W. Smith, Mrs. Daniel Kelly and Harry Pfiffner. W. F. Eagen is treasurer, and L. W. Frost secretary. Dr. Theile appointed the follo ing standing committees at Monday's meeting: Athletics, Cretzmeyer, chairman, Mrs. Kelly, and Smith; auditing arid finance, Pfiffner, chairman, and Smith; building and grounds, Cretzmeyer, chairman, arid'Pfiffner; purchasing and supplies, Pfiffner, chairman, and Cretzmeyer; rules and regulations, Mrs. Kelly, chairman, and Cretzmeyer; text books and courses, Mrs. Kelly, chairman, and Smith; teachers, Smith, chairman, and Mrs. Kelly, visiting committee, Cretzmeyer, Mrs. Kelly, Pfiffner, Theile and Smith. No Other Tire Can Beat the ALLSTATE for Quality and Wear The Only Leading Tire With a "NO EXCEPTION" Guarantee FREE MOUNTING SERVICE SALE! TWO DAYS ONLY! FRI. and SAT. ALLSTATE TIRES are guaranteed against all i-oad hazards that would render the tire unfit for further service. There are no exceptions. Should this tire fail within 18 months from date of purchase we will either repair it free or replace it with a brand new tire, charging you l-18th of the current price for each month the tire has been in your possession. Wax or Cleaner Highest qual- i t y cleaner. W a x g i v e s hard lustrous finish. Sale! Spoke Brush 5c Safe! Soft Sponge Can't Scratch IOC Stiff f i b e r bristles cleans wheels quickly. Gold C r e s t quality. Soft, highly absorb- e n t. W o n- scratch. Ideal for car washing. Absorbs a l l t h e d i r t ! Splendid f o r washing and p o l i s h i n g . G i v e s high, clear l u s t e r w i t h o u t s t r e a k s or lint. Two Days Only! Sale! Paint For Smart Wail* Fiat Paint Worth $2.25. Cleans easily with soap and water. Gallon easily covers 275 sq. feet. Smooth Gloss Paint Gives smooth brilliant finish for walls a n d w o o d- work. Brushes evenly. %t*ii 144 Gallon «···· ·J61 Gallon Spar Varnish Gives tough, durable f i n - ish. Ideal for f l o o r s , because it goes so far. 1 Sale! Washable FadeprooC Color Perfect Wallpapers VALUES TO 19c Friday - Saturday Only All patterns are "Water Fast. .. Fade Proof . . . Semi Trimmed. Patterns for living room, dining room, bedroom and den. Whatever your taste demands you'll find it in this sale! These patterns were our 1938 line and sold from 14c to 19c single rolL Hurry! They can't last long at this price! 9 Single Boll Wallpaper Paste, 2-lb. Pkg. 25c WE SELL WINDOW GLASS! Leather Gloves 37c 49e Value! H e avyweight striped cant o n f l a n n e l back with top grain c o w hide leather palm. Leather welts. Felt Base Remnants Sq. Fri., Sat. Only! W h il e they last. Priced so l o w you cannot afford to pass this buy! Mixing Faucet $2.88 Amazing Bike Scoop! Compare With Bikei Selling to $29.00 Elsewhere! 19 JL ·/ 88 r ?2.50 Down ?3,00 Month A Bike Value Only Sear* Could Make Possible! Two days only at this low sale price! You'll lead the bicycle parade on t h i s handsome speedster. All the fellows and girls prefer ELGIN! Cost less . . . and you get the best features, too. Regulation saddle and handlebars, balloon tires and many other features. Trout Season Opens Saturday Moke Sears Your Tackle Headquarters Roller Skates 98c Speedy a n d long - lasting! Double ball- fa e a r i n g wheels. 7 to 1014 in. extension! Bike Tire SSc T h i c k , nonskid b l a c k cone - shaped button tread. Two-ply construction. Sing 1 e t u b e . Swing spou'fe' New acorn pattern -, renewable seats, strainer a n d s o a p d i s h . G l e a m i n g chrome-plated brass. The New 1939 Electroday and Coldspot Have Everything! America's Greatest Values! EUC7RIC LAMP, SEIF-STARTING ELECTRIC ClOCK A U T O M A T I C OVEN T I M E R , C O O K I N G T I M E R DEEP-WELL THRIFT COOKER FOUR 5-HEAT SWITCHES FDR TOP UNITS LARGE OVEN ROCK WOOl INSULATED 2200 WATT BROILER ELEMENT 2200 WATT BAKING ELEMENT 1-PIECE SERVICE DRAWER ELECTRODAY $10 Down--$9 Month Plus Carrying Charge COLDSPOT 55 Down--S8.19 Month Pins Carrying Charge. Up-to-the-Minute Convenience Check the features shown above and you'll agree it's America's greatest value in a high quality electric range. Modern beauty, fine construction, and up-to-the-minute convenience . . . at economy price. Heavy steel body, white porcelain enameled . . . with black base, and black and chrome handles, afford the last word in cooking convenience! With Every Worthwhile Feature Big 6.3 Cu. Ft. Size! Deluxe equipped, fully powered and fully insulated electric refrigerator. Handi-Bin Vegetable Storage, 9-Point Cold Control, Automatic Reset Defroster and dozens of other features gives it a wealth of advantages over other makes! Take advantage of this new low price for such quality! Now You Can Buy Anything Totaling $10 or More on Sears Easy Payment Plan! 23-25-27 East State Mason City S E A R S . R O E B U C K A N D CO PHONE 803

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