Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on March 25, 1931 · Page 5
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Mason City, Iowa
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Wednesday, March 25, 1931
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;i3TWaa%sSBffi£^^^3HBks^:isi. aKiSEip.dHjS;^..^^ MARCH 25 IMl KANAWHA CRASH VICTIM BURIED Funeral Services Are Held for Bob Brummund at Home, Church. KANAWHA, March 25.--Funeral services for Bob Brunmmd, 14, son of Mr. and Mrs. Herm Brummund, who was killed Friday night east of Kanawha when the truck which he was driving turned over in the ditch, were held at the Herm Brummund home and at the Methodist church. MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE Interment was made in the Kanawha cemetery, the Rev. Mr. Shurer, Methodist pastor, officiating. Pallbearers were ^'ohn ' Sanford, Russell Gorton, Victor Blomgren, Hershel Morris and Lonsworth Cleveland, local high school boys and Bert Darroh, student at Ames. Robert, son of Herm and Lela Brumniond, was born in Kanawha March 7, 1917. He leaves beside his father and mother, his sister, Mildred and brother, John. Former Resident Is Dead. FREDERICKSBURG, March 25. --William Bradley, former resident, died at the home of a daughter in Minneapolis. Burial was made in Taylor, Wls. O'CONNOR RITES HELD IN LAWLER President of Bank, Schoo Board Succumbs From Brain Tumor. · LAWLER, March 25.--Jamc O'Connor died at his home after an illness of three weeks. The cause o his death was a tumor on the brain Funeral-services were held in thp Mt. Carmel church, the Rev. Fathe J. D. Donnell, 'the Rev. Father Lei Slawey and the Rev. Father Wil 1} R U M O THE TRUTH ABOUT FUNERAL PRICES TO ACHIEVE leadership in any profession is to invite misunderstanding. Hence, the McAuley. Funeral Home, because of its outstanding facilities .for rendering funeral services of beauty, and because of our unwillingness to let even the simplest funeral pass without full benefit of these facilities, must bear certain rumors of high price. Yet figures prove that it is impossible'to secure a funeral service for less money than through this firm. The sworn statement below showing the cost of the last 30; funerals conducted by the McAuley Kineral Home, proves unmistakably and conclusively that a service ( through this establishment may be obtained at ..very moderate cost. · SWORN STATEMENT OF THE COSTS OF THE LAST 30 COMPLETE L ADULT FUNERALS CONDUCTED BY THE McAULEY- FUNERAL HOME 2 Funerals cost less than . . . . $100 6 . " " from $100 to . . . $200 9 - $200 to ... $350 '' " " " $350 to . . ., $500 _2_ · " - " " $500 to . . . $800 30 ^ V/itnossod: f£"/ t(%^b^-*^Lo-t**-* Nofary Public Subscribed and iworn to: McAULEY FUNERAL HOME V Write for x a copy of our helpful booklet, "Before Sorrow Comes." telling steps : - l ; ; · · " ) HUC ' McAULEY FUNERAL HOME 8 South Adams Avenue MASON CITY, IOWA Tefephone 651 I Chrysler Six Smartest, Snappiest Six in Ainerica- 5tyled like the Chrysler Eights Big Power- Low Prices lltt S. DELAWARE CHRYSLER Six-Coupe $88% Roadster $885; Sedan $8 95 . Five wire or wood wheels standard. All prices f. o.b. factory.' E. W. LARSON GO. PHONE 7C6 Ham Russell, officiating at the solemn high mass. Ten priests wer.e in'the sanctuary during the funeral services. , Mr. O'Connor was manager of O'Connor brothers grocery store president of the State Savings bank and president of the school board. He leaves to mourn his death his widow, and five children, Leo, Madonna, Clarus and Catherine at horn,; and James of Columbia academy Dubuque. f Mr. O'Connor was the brother of F. A. O'Connor, Dubuque attorney and formerly U. S. attorney for the northern district of Iowa and B. L. O'Connor, also of Dubuque. School Contract at Tripoli Is Pending Contest Settlement WAVERLY, March 25.--Letting of thq contract for the new Tripoli high school building has been postponed pending- settlement of a contest on the $55,000 bond issue election, which · carried 299 to 292. Fifty-eight taxpayers signed the petition questioning legality of several votes in the election. The complainants are represented by Attorney Fred Rewoldt, Jr., of Frederika. A detailed petition setting forth the particular acts of violation is to be filed with the Tripoli board of education. Wesley Kcstaurnnt Is Moved. WESLEY, March 25.---Mr. and Mrs. William'Nail will move their restaurant stock from the McPherson building into the Butts and Uhlenhake building on April 1 and will continue to operate their business there. SPEED QUEEN In search of more worlds to conquer Miss Stella Wlllins (ul)ove), Brooklyn, N. Y., America's champion speed typist, is sailing for England to compete with the best of Europe's key pounders In an international contest in London. Miss Willtns' record is 7,440 words in an hour. ' Contract Given for Well. WAVERLY, March 25.--Thorpe brothers of Des Moines have been awarded the contract for constructing a gravel-packed shallow well at Sumner on a bid of ?3,550 and will begin work before April 1. ·MUST I'OU FUN-- every Tilrsililj Cnllinilila Chain WCOO-\VJIA« S:I5 I'. At. Central Time HOUSEKEEPING HINT . YOUR TABLE . whether it be set for a large formal dinner or for just your own family needs flowers to give it finish and character. Kemember, we are as willing to serve you in a- small way as for your larger needs. We cherish your business and invite you to use our greenhouse facilities. Strictly fresh, homegrown, seasonable stock always on hand. Come out and see for yourself. Plenty of parking- space. RESERVE YOUR EASTER NEEDS NOW ' Phone 53 1205 Herman M.Knudson.Prop. So. Federal Ave. Only. $5.70 Round Trip Fare to ST. PAUL AND MINNEAPOLIS DAILY VIA Rofck island Half Pare for children. Baggage checked. For detailed information as to train service for going and return trip ask H. W. Odlc, City Prt. ,fc Pass. Agr. or Ticket Agent, .Mason City, Town. C. C. GARDXEK Asst. (Jen. PUSH. A;ct. DCS Molncs, lou'ii. CHECKS COUGHS A N D COLDS Alalron 6f Children's Home Has Wide Experience in Helping Run-Down Children Miss Ellen O'Leary, Matron, Children's Home, Lowell, Mass., writes: "I have forty or fifty children at the Home constantly. When they are weak or rundown I give them Father John's Medicine. They gain rapidly under this treatment. Whenever they take cold or cough, Father John's Medicine gives prompt and sure relief." Miss O'Leary's experience is typical because Father John's Medicine has a record of 75 years of success. If your child has a cough or cold, or If any one in your family is pale, listless, underweight, slarfwith it today. Used By Over 18-1 Hospitals And Institutions SCHOOL SITES ARE DISCUSSED P. T. A. Committees Appear Before Charles City Education Board. CHARLES CITY, March 25.-Committees representing the five Parent-Teacher associations, numbering about 30 persons, met at the high school last evening when members of the school board presented the different sites suggested for. the new high school building. G. M. Wodtke presided and John Christensen described the different locations, most of which were in the east end of the city. The meeting adjourned to meet again Thursday evening to allow the representatives to look over the different sites. Those making up the committee to select the site are Dr. A. Lr Miller, Carl Bunze, W. E. Dodge, M. G. Smith, W. B. Johnson, A. M. Hauser, N. Frudden, A. A. Stiehl, Mrs. R. W. Zastrovv, Mrs. J. H. Curtis, Mrs. Carl Ferch, Mrs. John Peti-y, Mrs. Carl Magsdick, Frank Fisher, Mrs. F. H. Fillenwarth, Dr. E. T. Gough, Charles Laun, M. F. Hicks, Oscar Ehling, Mrs. J. M. Egerdahl, Mrs; Lawrence Guthart, Mrs. Cleve Hayes, Milton Gray, M. J. Pfab, Art Martens, Henry Horn, Mrs. Howard Case and John G. Legel. SADDLER IS SUED IN CHARLES CITY $5,000 Damages Are Asked by Bovee From Former Floyd Sheriff. CHARLES CITY, March 25.-Wesley G. Henke, attorney, filed'a petition in the clerk of court's office in which $5,000 is asked by Peter Bovee for alleged damages against P. A. Saddler, former sheriff. According to the petition Mr. Saddler on Oct. 10, 1929, while acting as sheriff ( o f B'loyd county, "wrongfully assaulted plaintiff with a deadly weapon, a pistol or revolver; and did then and there shoot at and toward plaintiff who was proceeding on a public highway in Floyd and Mitchell counties. That in the city of Osagc, said defendant again assaulted the plaintiff by striking him with the butt of said deadly weapon on the head." The lawsuit is the result of a chase by the former sheriff of a bus driven by Eovee who was driving a bus between Chicago and Minneapolis when Mr. Saddler was attempting, to arrest the driver for not7havlngan~Io\ya licenser The-National Surety company, bondsmen for the former sheriff, is made a party to the suit. Mr. Henke as attorney for Mrs. Olive KUnklc brot a damage suit for S25.000 against Mr. Saddler and thi. National Surety company for ir.' 1 tlyith of her son, Donovan, when ·he was killed while resisting arrest according to the testimony in the suit when it was tried. Mr. Saddler won in the lower court und the supreme court reversed the decision. Mr. Henke made a settlement with the Surety company. Evangelist Scotvold Speaker at Trinity The Evangelistic services which began at Trinity Lutheran church Sunday morning, continued Monday and Tuesday evenings. Evangelist E. L. Scotvold took as his scripture text Tuesday evening the eleventh chapter of St. John where in recorded the miracle of Christ, raising Lazarus from the dead. The evangelist said Jesus gave attention to the needs of the sisters of Lazarus, Martha and Mary he- fore he went out to the grave. Their doubts needed to he removed if they should be blessed by the Lord. The speaker urged every Christian to speak to God on behalf of hid Tiends as the first step in being a blessing to him. The evangelist will speak every night at 8 o'clock up to and includ- 'ng Friday night. Swea City Oil Company Plans Made at Meeting SWEA CITY, March 25.--A neeting was held to formulate by- aws and constitution of the new Community Oil company. ,Two hundred of the necessary 300 shares lave been sold as common stock and 100 shares will be sold as pre- 'erred stock to be retired as soon is possible out of the profits of the lusiness. It is not known at this :ime when the station will be opened for business. Sioux City Doctor Faces Illegal Operation Charge SIOUX CITY, March 25. (.1')--A special session of the grand jury vill investigate the death of Dorohy Graham, 22, who died last Tuesday, allegedly as the result of an llegal operation. The jury will meet Thursday morning to consider a second degree murder charge against Dr. Howard J. Simmons. Boat Rullding Activities Stnrt. SUPERIOR, Wig.,- March 25. f/P)-- The first boat building activities in Superior since the World war has een started here with work under- vay on construction of two scows. The two singlCfdecl: atee! scows are o be built at a cost of $10,000 each and are of the channel tvpc. They arc being built for the federal government. Peter Young to Be Buried in Plymouth PLYMOUTH, March 25.--Peter Young, former resident and businessman here will be burled in Plymouth tomorrow afternoon. He owned and operated a farm east of Plymouth some years ago. Later he moved to Rose Creek, Minn., where he died Sunday night at his iome after an illness of short duration. He leaves his wife and two children, Warren Young of Rose Creek, Minn., Mrs. Sadie Span- umn of Nora Springs and three randchildren. Gullixson Speaks at Forest City Meeting FOREST CITY, March 25.--Dr. T. P. Gullixson, president o f . tha Luther Theological seminary, addressed the Lutheran brotherhood meeting Monday night and attended the conference of the St. Ansgar circuit Lutheran pastors that was held at Waldorf college yesterday. Prof. Ove S. Olson, former instructor at Waldorf, also attended the meeting. The Lyric,'male chorus of Gustavus Adolphus college of St. Peters, Minn., furnished music for the two gatherings. The meeting was one of the best attended of those in recent years. Damon's --- Thursday -3 HOUR SALE 10 A. M. to 1 P. M. FROCKS Values to $19.95 Values to $29.95 Both groups include Dresses oC every type . . . Chiffon, Plain Crepe, Printed Crepe . . . Women's and Misses' Sizes. Damon's New Straws 5 to Bakus, Panamalaques, Lace Straws, Rough Straws --and a dash of color make these charming new hats ultra-chic, and they are exclusive at Damon's Why? I S P E R F O R M A N C E SO MUCH SMOOTHER IN THE A A M A M S I X E S A N D E I G H T S L E T U S S H O W Y O U Prices, at the factory, $845 up for tha new Sixes; $1155 up for the new Eights. LAU MOTOR CO. 24 Second St. .8.15. Ma-on City, Iowa

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