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March 25, 1931

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 11

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a 12 MASON GLOUK-OAZKTTB MARCH 25 1931 SHEFFIELD, ALDEN BANK ROBBERIES LINKED WITH ENGEL OFFICERS HOLD ST, PAUL MAN Bandit Suspect Is Arraigned in Grantsburg, Wis., for Holdup. GRANTSBURG, Wis., March 25. ta--Another bank robbery was linked with the name of Relrihold Engel, St. Paul, yesterday. Iowa police officers attending- his trial here on a bank robbery charge in connection with the Grantsburg bank holdup, said they had warrants for his arrest and identifications they said were sufficient to. connect him with two Iowa bank lootings They charge that March 10, while Engel was at liberty on the Grantsburg: charge on 525,000 bail, hs drove three companions to Alden, where a'bank was robbed of $4,000 and that ho also drove an automobile that figured in the Sheffield bank robbery Dec. 18, 1930. Iowa authorities said they would arrest Engel if he is acquitted in his present trial, Engel was cap- turned in St. Pau! and implicated in the Grantsburg robbery by Max Hetke, who subsequently pleaded guilty to the robbery here. Reunions of Classes of Alumni at Iowa Planned IOWA CITY, March 25.--Reunions for University of Iowa classes whose numerals end in one and six are being planned for the commencement period from May 29 to June 1, it is reported at the alumni office. At least 10 classes are likely to be represented by returning alumni. Official designation of May 30 as alumni day also has been announced. HE'LL KEEP BABY HERE AND THERE * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * Miscellaneous Items From 100 Globe-Gazette Correspondents in North Iowa and Minnesota School Carnival Is Prepared. EAGLE GROVE, March 25.-Members of the school faculty and of the student council are preparing for a school carnival to be held in the high school gymnasium on Friday evening, March 27. Coach Petu Westra is chairman of the committee on entertainment. WO! Open Picture Theater. ROCKFORD, March 25.--Claire Mosher, former manager of the Orpheum theater, has rented the opera house and is redecorating the interior in preparation for the opening- of a moving picture theater. Snow Fences Taken Down. LAKE MILLS, March 25.--Trunl highway snow fences are being tak en down in some parts of the country at the request of farmers who want to work tneir fields. Ordinar ilyanow, fences are not taken down -·nintil late in liarcfa.-. - · · : · ; : To Compete at Waterloo. '" WATERLOO, March,24. (INS) -Arrangements are fast Hearing com pletion for the subdistrict musi contest of high schools to be hel at this place March 26, 27, 28. Associated Press Photo F. A. Bartlett, Kansas City, Mo., musician, legally adopted the girl baby which he's holding despite his wife's revelation she "borrowed" the infant from a mother who couldn't keep it and pretended it was her own. Training School Opens at Garner for Church, Bible School Workers GARNER, March 25.--A training school for Bible and church workers begins here tonight in the Methodist church at 7:30 o'clock and will continue until Friday night. The school is under the Iowa Council of Religious Education ahd will give credit in the international course jf all who complete any of the four courses offered. The courses offered are: Adult Materials and Methods, taught by Walter Hutton, Des Moines; School Administration, by Dr. R. J. Montgomery, Grinnell; Training in Workshop and Devotional Life, by Walter Hutton; Primary Materials and Methods, by Mrs. Will Baker, Lake View. The Rev. Marian Sunderlin is dean of the school. Two class periods, separated by an assembly period, will be the program each evening. J. H. On- Plans to Open Bakery at Lake Mills LAKE MILLS, March-25.--J. H. Orr of Flandrew, S. Dak., has bought the Shelby Ruggles building- UOTT -feeing ··vacated -by the Bern Franklin store and will establish a bakery business in Lake Mills. Mr. Orr purchased a new continuous baking oven and otner modern, ma- 'chinery to put in his plant here. Work of remodeling the building will start soon. Arc From Milwaukee ~ \ GOLDFIELD--Mr. and Mrs. Albert Brewer of Milwaukee spent the week-end at the Wililam Brewer home here. They are enroute to Denver, Colo. Guests of Niece STACYVILLE -- Mrs. Thomas Fuller and Mrs. Helen Greer, Ames, came today to visit until the first of the week with their niece, Mrs. Mary Golden. Visit at Garner GARNER--Mr. and Mrs. Will Campbell of Gilmore City and their sone, Bane, student at Ames, are visiting their relatives, the C. H. Schissel and the Clint Daniels families. Move to Centerville. CLARION--Mr. and Mrs.. J. A. Lowden moved to Centerville where he will engage in the electrical supply and plumbing business. Is From Grinnell. IONIA--The Rev. Roy Montgomery, Grinnell, gave a talk at the Congregational church Sunday. He went from here with the pastor, the Rev. A. A. Read to Osage to hold services there later. Leave For Jordon. KENSETT -- Arthur Barth and John Weineth went to Jordon, Minn., where Mr. Barth will take treatments for rheumatism. They expect to return home this week. Student Is Honored. PLYMOUTH--Verle Brower, student of the State college at Ames, is at home for a short time Comes From Council Bluffs. CLARKSVILLE--Mrs. Maud Arnold of Council Bluffs is here to visit a month in the homo of Mrs. Ella Seitz. Guests at Burt. BURT--Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dav ison and Irma Davison visited Sun day with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Davison. Mr. Davison is superintendent of Sioux Rapids schools and Irma Davison is a teacher there. Visits With Mother. BRISTOW -- Donald C. White, who holds a position with the A. T. and T. company and has been at Council Bluffs some time, came Sunday for a visit with his mother and grandfather, Mrs. R. R. McClellan and Dr. G. W. Appleby. Is Much Improved. P L Y M O U T H -- Mrs. Frank Schultz returned to her home here Monday much improved in health, after undergoing a major operation at a hospital in Mason City a few YOUR IOWA One Interesting Fact Every Day About tho State You Arc Proud to Call Your Own! Iowa maintains its paved roads at an annual average cost of $279 a mile and the average maintenance cost for graveled roads is $D88 and :or dirt roads, $466. These figures include average cost of weed cut- :ing, snow shoveling, snoulder work and bridge repair, estimated at annually a mile. SS THE F I N E S T P I R F O R M I N O S I X H U D S O N E V E R B U I L T Competes with the LOWEST in Price . . . Challenges the FINEST in Quality Go to Cedar Falls ALEXANDER--Bennie Arends, Wilbur Maxson, Mrs. John Arends, and Mrs. Claas Symens, drove to Cedar Falls Sunday and spent the day with Leonard, Jesse and Miss Sylvia Arends, and Miss Ethel Schulte, who are attending Iowa State Teachers college. Visit At Garner GARNER--Miss Verona Bagga who teaches in Charles City spent the week-end with her parents, County Superintendent and Mrs. J. R. Baggs. John Baggs, student at Ames, came to spend vacation and will return to his work Wednesday. Daughter Is Born HANLONTOWN--Mr. and. Mrs. *Ed Keane of Chicago are the parents of a girl Betty Jean. Mrs. Keane was formerly Ruth Skinnes. Guests at Woden WODEN---John Kruse, Mr. and Mrs. Dick Kruse and Mrs. John Abben of Little Rock visited at the home of the Rev. and Mrs. Henry Kruse. Celebrate 20th Anniversary. PLYMOUTH--Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Modera celebrated the twentieth anniversary Sunday at their farm home three miles northeast of town. ' v Leave for Askov. ALEXANDER -- Mr. and Mrs Chris Stadtlander and Miss Emily Larson left for Askov, Minn.; for visit with their daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Karl Johansen. Improves After Operation. LATIMER--Miss Jane Dam whi is a patient at the hospital in Hampton, underwent an operation Saturday. She is improving. Submits to Operation. LELAND--Selmer Brackey who with his family, recently returne from Missouri to reside near Lelan underwent a surgical operation fo appendicitis at the hospital at For est Citv on Saturday Go To Ackley. WODEN--Hisses Elieen, Margaret and Anna Tjaden and Alice Kellogg and William Tjaden visited relatives at Ackley Sunday. Goes to Omaha. BANCROFT--Joe Jenks left Sunday r for Omaha to be at the bedside of his sister, Mrs. Alice Junkiris, who is ill.. Come From Cedar Falls ROCK FALLS--Mrs. Lillis Mom- ler and daughter, Margie, arrived ome from Cedar Falls Monday morning-, where they had been visit- ng her sister, Mrs. Floyd Sargent, ince Friday. Buys Home in Garner GARNER--Elmer Urich bought bungalow from Walter Moll, who moved to Charles City a year go. The purchase price was said o be §3,500. Visit at Waterloo ROCK FALLS--Mr. and Mrs. eorge Ferrier and daughter, Pearl, vith their son-in-law and daughter, VIr. and Mrs. Archie Pasco, Mason City, were at Waterloo Sunday and pent the day with their daughter, Mrs. Nellie Bender and family. · Traveled 6,000 Miles GARNER--Mr. and Mrs. S. C. 3roms and son, Bobby, got back lere yesterday after 6,000 miles of ailroad travel. They visited friends n Los Angeles, Portland, Ore., Alexandra and Minneapolis. They concluded their journey with a visit at Thompson with the parents of tfrs. Broms, Mr. and Mrs. A. B. jarson. Mr. Broms is station agent lere for the Rock Island. Are From Kiester ROCK FALLS--Miss Lois Peterson and Clifford Bocher, Kiester, Minn., spent Sunday with Miss Peterson's aunts, Mrs. William Maher, and Miss Lillian Schnartz. Returns From Des Moines GARNER--Mrs. John Lyman returned from a five days' visit in Des Moines with her sisters-in-law, Mrs. Walter Ramsay and Mrs. Will Ramsay. Visits lit Hanlontmvn. HANLONTOWN -- Byron Richardson of Algona visited his brother and mother. Daughter Is Born. JOICE--Mr. and Mrs. · Erving Slattum are the parents of a baby girl born Saturday. Improves From Pneumonia. HANLONTOWN--Jay Kell who has been ill with bronchial pneumonia is showing steady improvement. He is being cared for at the farm home of Mrs. Myrtle Wilson where he is employed. GARFIELD TO BE WRIGHT JUDGE District Court Will Convene on April 13; Jurors Are Named. CLARION, March 25.--Judge T. G. Garfiekl of Ames, will preside at the next term of cour,t in Wright county which convenes in Clarion on April 13. The jury called are: From Clarion, Nell Young, Art Draheim, R. B. Johnson, Art Shillington, J. A. Hamilton, Minnie Fritze, Ella Lester, Dayton Taylor, Stella McCoy, Mary Allen, J. A. Darland, James Stroup, Andrew Thompson, Lela Breckenridge, Pete Kastler, Violet Lindvn.ll, Jesse Boyington, Albert Thompson, Belmond; D. L. Morris, Gertrude Hill, Alex Smith Sr., John Greenlander, Alice Shipley, Hazel Nourse, Elmer Johnson, G. A. Mikesh, William Gealnw, Mrs. Leo Veeder, Charles, Richard, Lester Smith, Kanawha; Joe Thompson, Rowan; Esther Fowler, Dows; Rose A. Cowley, Jessie Morrison, Amos Iverson, J. E. Glade, August Kroll, Anna Schweiger, J. I. Knuths, Rena Trowbridge, Ernest Heiden, Sine Denger, Gait; May Schroeder, Woolstock; Eugene Rochet, Renwick; Mary McPeak, Goldfield; H. M. Bjornson, J. W. Pollock, Eagle Grove; Mary Sadler, Stella Morse, Wilbur Baker, Wyatt Smith. John Keena, J. J. Kist, Vesta Baker, Floyd Bell, S. J. Toillion, S. J. BragcJon, Jesse Shirk, Hans Helge- void, Oscar Woodside, Esther Derscheid, Chris Jorgenson. George Willey, J. D. Thebiays Henry Keppers. Funeral Rites Held at St. Ansgar for Mrs. Mary Miles ST. ANSGAR, March 25.--Funeral services were held for Mrs. Mary Miles, 79, at the Methodist church in charge o£ the Rev. Otis Moore, pastor. Mrs. Moore sang three solos, accompanied by Miss Amy McCulla. Mrs. Vaugh was born March 22. 1851, in Rock county, Wis. She died at the home of her son, Joel, Ottertail, Minn. Mnry L. Vaugh and Hamlm Miles were married March 28, 1868. To this union were born three children, Harlo L., who died Aug. 18, 1927, Joel Edgar of Ottertail, Minn., and Minnie M. Scaton of Owanka, S. Dak. Goldfielil Team Runs Away. GOLDFIELD, March 25.--An unusual event took place here when the Roy Rassmussen team ran away. Mr. Rassmussen was at the Miller Nelson farm getting seed oats when the team ran two miles nd was stopped when it crashed nto the side of the Farmers Sav- ng-s bank building here." Dougherty Students to " Present Comedy Drama DOUGHERTY, March 25.--A comedy drama, " P a y i n g the Fiddler," will be presented a Dougherty opera house at 8 o'clock Sunday evening by pupils o£ St Patrick's school. The cast includes Madonna Boyle, John Merfeld Dorothy Donnelly, Regina Ma Brady, Leo Mullen, Gertrude dm ningham, Patrick Boyle and Jo seph Naas. The song and dance "Jaunting Down to Kerry," to gether with orchestra and band se lections will be furnished betwee scenes. Road Equipment Is Added. GARNER, March 25.--The Han cock county supervisors added t their list of road machinery by pur chasing two push type maintainer and one 30 horsepower caterpilla tractor. Essex is the only low-priced car that follows the motor design of the highest-priced cars in using light-weight moving parts and In engine speed This design enables Essex to develop more power at the seme motor speed and the samo power et a lower motor speed than the "Low-Speed" cars. It permits greater power in proportion to weight, better balancing of crank- shaftloads, Improved bearing lubrication, more efficient cooling and enables Essex motors to outlast low-speed engines. Essex introduces fine-car style and Super-Six smoothness to the low-priced field. It is strongly built to assure festing satisfaction and enduring dependability. It challenges the performance of any six and matches the economy of cars most noted for low operating cost. It givea you Rare Riding Comfort for the first time at its low price. 7O Miles an Hour · R A R E 6O Horsepower · Big and Roomy R I D I N G C O M F O R T The Value Sensation in a Year of Sensational Values LAPINER MOTOR CO. HUDSON-ESSEX SALES AND SERVICE Phone 1183 -- The Brightest Corner In Town -- 117 S. Delaware "weeks~agb. Goes' to Vinton. C L A R K S VILLE -- Mrs. Carl Scharpff was in Vinton with her daughter, Lydia and both went to Cedar Rapids. Later they returned. Go to Waterloo. WESLEY--Mr. and Mrs. L. · E. Krantz have gone to Waterloo to visit their daughter, Mrs. Rca Hutchison and family. Visit With Parents. BRISTOW--Clayton Folkerts, of Moline, 111'., and Henry Folkerts and family of Waterloo visited their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Athio Folkerts here Sunday. Taken to Rochester. NASHUA--Guy Barlowe, farmer north of Nashua, has been at Rochester. Barber Shops Consolidate. GLENVILLE, Minn.--Guy Manwell and Arnold Forsett have consolidated their barber shops. Arnold Forsett has moved into the Manwell building. Comes From California. NORA SPRINGS--Mrs. Gertrude McMahn of Santa Ana, Cal., arrived Monday, called here by the serious illness of her father, Ernest Clifford, who is suffering;' from heart disease. Comes From Maine. GOLDFIELD--Mrs. Bruce Riley, Jr., of Maine, arrived'here Tuesday for a visit at the parental Bruce Riley home. Mrs. Riley, Jr., was called home because of the illness of her mother at Cedar Falls. Guest of Sister. CARPENTER--Alfred Sthen was a guest at the home of his sister, Mrs. N. Dobson and mother, Mrs. Peter Sthen, Marshalltown. Are Parents of Son. GARNER--Mr. and Mrs. Charles Holecek are the parents of a soft born Monday. Recovers ali Hospital. COULTER--Mrs. E. M. Anderson who has been confined to a hospital at Hampton for three weeks, submitted to a major operation for gallstones. She is recovering. Condition Is Worse. NASHUA--Wesley Jones, pioneer resident of this locality who has been ill for several months, was much worse Tuesday. Luther League Held. GLENVILLE, Minn.--The senior Lutheran league of Albert Lea gave a program at the First Lutheran church here Sunday evening. Are From Corning. WESLEY--Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Piper of Corning spent the weekend at the home-of Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Hopkins. Goes to Nevada. LUVERNE--Mrs. Peter Goicoechea left for Elko, Nev., after a six months' visit with her mother, Mrs. Fred Steussy. She will visit relatives at Omaha and Schuyler, Nebr.. enroute home. Several social courtesies were given in her honor during her visit here. Is Reported Improving. - CARPENTER--P a r k e r Hogg who is suffering with flu-pneumonia at the Savre hospital, Osage. is reported Improving. Mrs* Ruth Campbell in her lectures at the Globe-Gazette Free Cooking School STRESSES THE IMPORTANCE OF Curtains and Draperies IN MAKING THE HOME INVITING Every housewife, who is particular about her cooking, is also particular about the appearance of her entire home. In making the home attractive, there is nothing more important than curtains and drapes to harmonize with the rest of the furnishings. Mrs. Campbell realizes this and has selected Merkel's curtains and draperies in demonstrating her lectures at the Globe-Gazette Free Cooking School this week. We believe we have the largest stock, and most reasonably priced, in Mason City. We submit the following list as suggestions for your needs this spring. New Grenadines and Marquisettes for bedroom and kitchen curtains. In cream or white with colored figures^ Per yard 39c, 45c and 59c. Sundour Cretonnes in new spring patterns-conventional, floral, pioneer and early American. Unfadable colors. Yard 69c, 51 and $1.25. Hollywood Gauze for glass curtains in a lustrous finish that blends well with any damasks. 40 inch per yard 95c, and 50 inch, per yard $1.25. / · Kirsch Decorated Rods of wrought iron arc more popular than ever for the living ropm, dining room or even the bedroom. We have several new patterns on display. Complete sets ?2.25 and $2.98. Drapery Dnmasks and Silk Kep in most all the new color combinations. Fast colors and 50 inches wide. Per'yard ?1 to $3.50. Quaker Transparent Not Curtains add a distinctly modern note to every window. New spring patterns are now on display. Prices range from $1.49 to $5 each. Ruffled Curtains in plain or criss-crosa styles are of fine dotted marquisette and grenadines. Some are with colored figures. The pair $1.49 to $3.98. Large Table Lamps with pottery bases iti green, black, yellow and mulberry with parchment paper shades to match. Complete for only $2.98. The spring line of colonial girl bed lamps, dressing table shades and waste paper baskets are now on display. E, J, JOHNSON, ALGONA, BURIED Man Formerly at Irvington Is Survived by Widow and One Son. IRVINGTON, March 25.--Funeral services for Edward S. Johnson, 80, were held at his home in Algona and burial was at Irvington. Mr. Johnson had been ill several weeks before his death. He was the father of one son, Lewis, of this vicinity. He also leaves his wife, 8 grandchildren and 8 great grandchildren. Mr. Johnson, who was born in New York state, came here with his parents when he was 16. He married Emeline Robison. and they resided here many years on a farm. Then they moved to Algona where Mrs. Johnson died. Ho later married Elizabeth Isenbarth, Lewis, the only son, was born..to the first union. Mr. Johnson had been a member of the Masonic lodge for 55 years. The lodge had charge of the funeral services. They Are So Exciting! SILK SUITS -I They're Being- Worn Every Single Day They are important in the fashion world. They are so perfect for any hour of the day. They are so lively, so p e r k y and, of course, achieve that necessary effect of being well groomed. The Loose Coat The Snug Jacket The Trim Bolero These gay little suits come in printed silks of ingenious patterns, often the jacket is of a solid color setting off the fresh pattern of the printed mfiterial and then the dashing bolero style suit may be had in black, navy blue, and beige. In crepe de chine, canton crepe, flat crepe,and many colorful printed silks. JO and up to $29.75

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