The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on March 12, 1937 · Page 3
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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 3

Mason City, Iowa
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Friday, March 12, 1937
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-MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, MARCH 12 · 1937 THREE House Approves to Make Records Open to Scrutiny of Public DES MOINES, (/P)--Public records, books and accounts will ho available for public scrutiny at all times under the provisions of a. bill passed by the Iowa house Thursday by a vote of 73 to 5. Liquor commission transactions with individuals and income tax returns and reports \vere exccpted. With a display of speed, the house passed four other non-controversial bills including one to legalize without an election, the expenditure by the city of Dubuque of $17,000 for a swimming pool. Mrs. German Will Be Buried at Forest City FOREST CITY--Word came Wednesday, night that Mrs. William German, former Forest City resident, died that morning at her home in Minneapolis from a lingering illness. The body will be brought here Sunday morning for burial and will lie in state in the Olson funeral parlors Sunday afternoon. COUGH DROP medicated with throat-soothing ingredients of'Vicks VapoRub. VICKS COUGH DROP Peter Anderson Rites Are Held at Iowa Falls IOWA PALLS--Funeral services were held Thursday at the English Lutheran church for Peter Anderson, with the Rev. Harry F. Coder officiating. He retired three years ago after having been employed for many years as a railroad section foreman. He is survived by four daughters, Mrs. Louis Saphoe of Minneapolis, Mrs. Elliot Phillips of Lewisburg, Ohio, Mrs. H. H. Lambert o£ Iowa Falls and Mrs. Louis Landey of Estherville, four sons, Andrew Anderson, Louis Anderson and Abel Anderson of Iowa Falls, and Clay Anderson of Esther/vine and one brother, Martin Anderson of Bradford. Three Chickasaw County Farm Sales Are Listed NEW HAMPTON--Three Chickasaw county farms were sold Thursday. W. J. Kennedy o£ New Hampton sold his 240 acre farm in Washington township to Anna Joachim of Alta Vista for $9,500. Allie Marion of Ionia has sold his 120 acre farm in Deerfield township to Leo M. Schwickerath for $5,000. Oscar Randall of New Hampton has purchased the Eischeid farm in Dayton township from the Prudential Insurance company of Newark, N. J., for 59,000. The farm is 120 acres. Will Open Office. HAMPTON--Dr. L. E. Hedgecock, until recently a member of the Hampton clinic, will open an office Monday for the practice of medicine in the Windsor buildiny in the rooms formerly occupied by the late Dr. F. E. E. St. Clair. Tooth Champion Lee Dale Rawliauser, son ot Mr. and Mrs. Clarence E. Raw- hauser of Yi'inficld, is claiming championship honors in eut- tine teeth . Lee, his mother says, had one tooth at four months, eight at six months and 16 teeth at 12 months. (Iowa Daily Press Photo) Truck Driver Overcome by Monoxide Recovers CHARLES CITY, (/P) -- Harold Predmore, Muscatine truck driver, was discharged from a hospital here Thursday after becoming overcome by monoxide gas fumes as he sat in his truck with the motor running. NEW 44*4*. At* BLOUSES EACH BLOUSE PROTECTED BY The sewea-in-shields that launder with the blouse and prolong its lile. 1527. Wilh Ihe.jabot the blouse is dainty, feminine-without, its trimly tailored. 32 to .40. COLORS flusl. Aqua/ Maize, French, Wine, Dusly Pink-, French' Blue, Kelly Green. Red, Peach, Grey, Navy,'Brown, White. 1523. Clever iab pockets and unusual button'clo5ing.32 to 40, I5J6A. Double breasted with pleats slitched down. 34 to 44. 1501. Tucked bosom front, neat peter pan collar. Button back .32 to 40 ' 1505. Button down weskil wiih ; bell at back. 32 lo 40. 1518. Two pockets and jaunly ascot. 32 lo 40. 1505 1518 The very blouses you want to add a bright, crisp note to your spring suit! Many exciting new styles to choose. from . . . with tucks, pleats, patch pockets, gay contrasting color buttons, flattering necklines. Made of fine imported handkerchief linen that 'launders so beautifully ·R«g. U. S. Pal. Oil. MAIN FLOOR Dflmorrs MAIN FLOOR Charles City News Body of Veteran to Be Brought Sunday From Mines Hospital CHARLES CITY--The body ot Jay Patterson, 45, World war veteran and a resident of this city since 1913, will arrive Saturday from the Hines' Veterans hospital, Chicago, and funeral services will be held either Saturday afternoon or Monday. Mr. Patterson had been in poor health since last November. On Dec. 18 he entered the Veterans hospital in Des Moines and on February 8 He was moved to the Chicago hospital for special attention. He is survived by his wife and five children, his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Patterson and brother, Erwin Patterson. He was a member of Marshall Shannon post of the American Legion. Criticisms Voiced in Address by Schrader CHARLES CITY--J. L. Sehra- der spoke on city affairs at a meeting in the courthouse. Among the things he stressed were the waste of taxpayers' money for stop and go signs that were not used, taking money from the water fund to make up some other deficit and selling of wares to the city by c\iy officials. He stated ivhon bonds were voted for 'the city hospital, citizens were promised that it would be fireproof but that it was not as the roof was of lumber. He also claimed that there was not enough to equip the new hospital as promised. Action for Eviction Dropped by Justice CHARLES CITY--An eviction action brought by Mrs. Hannah M. F.. Bennett against Mr. and Mrs. V. P. Schoolcraft, was dismissed Thursday by Calvin S. Jones, justice ot the peace. Mrs. Bennett sought to break the lease which began March 1 on the grounds that the lease had been broken. Mr. Schoolcraft was recently bound over to the grand jury by Justice John McGeeney when Mrs. Bennett brought a criminal charge against him for cutting about 20 trees on the farm He is out on bonds. This was the reason Mrs. Bennett wanted the tenants removed but the justice held since the offense took place before March 1, it did not affect the present lease. monoxide gas, and taken to the Cedar Valley hospital to -be revived. He was waiting for a Hart Parr tractor to be loaded when lie was overcome. Mrs. Robert McCarthy of Waterloo is a guest of her sister, Mrs. Lloyd Phillips. Mrs. L. E. Reed is a patient in Ihe Cedar Valley hospital. Mr. and Mrs. W. Crandall of ^olwell are the parents of a son born in the Cedar Valley hospital. Mrs. W. C. Keifer, Rockford, had a moior operation yesterday in the hospital. Harlan Perrin was elected president of the First Methodist Brotherhood at the regular meeting Tuesday night. Dr. D. p. Mackie was elected vice president an Merrill Yancy, secretary am treasurer. Among the social events Thursday was the meeting of the Congregational Churchwomen at the home of Mrs. H. Blunt. Seventeen, young persons from the Baptif* church surprised Mrs. Georjl Vouge, wife of the pastor, in honor of hfir birthday. Mrs. D. E. McKinnon entertained her contract bridge club and the M. M. club met at the home of Florence Crawford on South Main street. Rites for Pioneer of Clarion Are Conducted CLARION--Funeral services for Thomas L. Reeder, 82, were held Wednesday afternoon, at the Smith funeral home, with the Rev. Ralph Waldo Emerson, pastor of the Church of Christ, officiating. Mr. Reeder was a member of the Baptist church. He came to Wright county in a covered wagon with his parents 60 years ago. Surviving are seven children: Charles M., of Clarion; Mrs. Bert Payne of Belmond; Mrs. Fred Lamport of For- resloii, Minn.; John W. of Clarion; Mrs. Willis A. Leeper of Wat- Billiard Parlor at Corwith Broken Into CORWITH--The Pfeffer Billiard parlor was broken into and robbed of 15 cartons of cigarets, a quantity of candy bars and 25 or 30 dollars in pennies. Entrance to the place was made by breaking open a window at the rear of the building. The robbery took place some time between midnight Wednesday and Thursday morning when it was discovered. M. P. Pfeffer is proprietor. Leslie Brower, county sheriff, investigated the case. 666 Liquid. Tablets Salve. Nose Dropa checks COLDS and FEVER first day Headache. 30 mlnutei Try"Bub-My-Tl 5 m"-World'j Best Liniment BEFORE YOU BUY SEE . . . NORGE Osage Man Sentenced for Theft of Meat · CHARLES CITY -- Paul Green of Osage pleaded guilty to petty larceny before Justice Calvin Jones who fined him $100 or 30 days in jail. The court suspended 15 days of the sentence. Green admitted taking a package' of meat from the Green Tavern on West Clark street. Charles City Briefs CHARLES CITY--Richard Huber was the only Charles City contestant to win first place in the sub-district contest at Rudd. Harold Predmore, who drives a truck for the Lee Trucking company of Muscatine, was overcome W A S H E R Built like a£ne car for lifetime opera- t i o n . S e e t h e s e new models, now priced as o w as TRADE IN YOUR OLD WASHER NORGE- VINAAS CO. 405 N. Fed. Phone 560 DURING OUR SPRING NEW 1937 voss WASHER O Gentle Hand Washing Action. O Washes More Clothes Per Tub. · Floating, Self-Adjusting Agitator. ; · Corrugated Porcelain Enam"1 It eled Tub. tJB \\\ · Thermal "Silvercote" Insul^ \\\ oted Tub. · Triple Safety Wringer. We Offer Other Electric Washers Priced as Low as $39.95, on payments as low as $1 WEEKLY BUY NOW! SAVE I FREE! With Each Voss Sunbeam Washer A PAIR OF SELF DRAINING TUBS PHONE 17 FOR EVENING APPOINTMENT Van Mess Co erloo; Arthur W. of Clarion; and George H. of Clarion; also 23 grandchildren and 15 great grandchildren and two sisters: Mrs. Ellen L. Weaver of Cadogan, Canada, and Mrs. G. H. Lee of Clarion. Visitors From Carlisle. HANSBLL--Miss Alene Straw and Miss Ruth Wooten of Carlisle and Miss Ardis Held of DCS Moines spent the week-end at the home of their parents and attended the girls' district tournament held in Hans ell. Four Lambs Born to Ewe at Hanlontown HANLONTOWN--By all indications 1937 is to be a prosperous year as the unusual happens quite frequently. The latest report comes from the James Kell farm, one mile east, that one of his sheep brought forth four living Iambs Tuesday nrght. Two are already being fed on bottles to assist mother sheep in rearing them. Several farmers in this vicinity report twin calves this spring. Saturday Only! WINTER DRFSSFS TT 111 1 IJIY 1/I\JU8JOUO Reduced to This Drastic Price Regardless of Cost! Regular Values to $5.95 Better Winter Dresses in a large range of colors and styles that you may wear this spring. Be here early . . . such values os these won't last long. Bring your friends and select three or four dresses at this ridiculously low price! SIZES 14 to 50 DOWNSTAfRS STORE Damon's DOWNSTAIRS STORE Beige and brown kid combined to create this distinctive model. It's smart as can be a n d very unusual. Priced $9.50 TREJOR Gabardine in spring grey. A high fitting- pump with plenty of style! Priced .75 Peacock styles are accepted as correct by women of fashion and are favored because they a r e superior value in fine style shoes. We Urge Your Early Selection for Easter is Past on the Way. PEACOCKS ARE SOLD ONLY AT NICHOLS and GREEN Where the Good Shoes Come From.

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