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April 23, 1936

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 5

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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, APRIL 23 1936 F1V0 Seek Rockwell City Ballot on Franchise ROCKWELL CITY, (,11 -- The Icwa Public Service company petitioned city ofi'icials for a special election to let voters decide whether the company should be granted a new 15 year franchise. The present franchise expires in June. 50 at O. K. S. Supper. THORNTON--The Eastern Star members gave a supper and party in the Masonic hall Tuesday night. About 50 were in attendance, including: Misses Ethel Ridgeway and Lola Mason and L. L. Raymond of Mason City. Seek Reductions in Assessed Valuation DBS MOINES. I/I') _ The state board of assessment and review announced that petitions for reductions ir the assessed valuations of 120 properties, valued at $362,032. have been received in the last two weeks. Held for Slaying Brother-in-Law Visit at Eldora. LATIMER--Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Jensen and children visited at the Fred Elsham home at Eldora. Employed in DCS Moiiies. SWALEDALE--Miss Ruth Ward has gone to DCS Moines where she is employed. SAVE in Our Higher-Priced Shoes Rapid-fire Easter selling has left us with broken lots of gorgeous shoes! G R E Y , B L U E , B R I T I S H T A N , B L A C K . . . all desired materials! All sizes but not in every style. Pick yours earlyJ . « . . . , Alonzo Daniel, Fort Madison ear worker, who is held in the Lee county jail for (he slaying of his brother-in-law. J. H. TollivCr, who was shot while working in his chicken yard in Fort Madison. Daniel, handcuffed, posed for this picture in (he jail yard ivilh Sheriff Frank Klopfenstein in whose custody Daniel will remain pending court arraignment. (Iowa Daily Tress Photo) Miller Elected Head of P. T. A. Group at Dumont DUMONT--The April meeting ot the P. T. A. was held Tuesday evening at the school gymnasium. Talks were- "A Child's Enjoyment of Music," by Mrs. ranz Rausenberger; "Guarding Young Ambitions" by Miss Harriet Brindley and "From the Small High School to College" by Albert Langerak. Officers elected were: The president, the Rev. E. M. Miller; vice president, Mrs. Raymond FfalUgraff: secretary-treasurer, Mrs. Harl Coonley. Iowa Surgeons to Meet at Waterloo WATERLOO, (; Pl--Sixty surgeons from 16 cities will meet here Saturday for the spring clinic of the Iowa Surgical Clinical society, Dr. J. E. O'Keefe, Waterloo, president, announced today. Six Waterloo surgeons will operate at clinics at St. Francis and Presbyterian hospitals. No One Throwing Stones. Recent political developments indicate conclusively that, as far as Virginia is concerned, a house of Glass is absolutely unbreakable.-| Itoanoke (Va.) Times. to quickly relieve the (stinging tormentujomen --fc usemild,soothing-;» Resmol EXTRA WEEK-END SPECIALS MEN'S SUITS New Spring Styles and Colors. To $27.50 Value! $ 1387 to $ 1687 LADIES' WASH DRESSES To $2.00 Value! 67 C 97 C LADIES HOSE, Silk to the Top- Full Fashioned, Chiffon and Service Weight -- Including Phoenix, Hole- Proof, Mojud, Strutwear. To $1.25 Value! 57° and 77 C LADIES' DRESSES Silks to $12.95 Value! New Laces and Sport Styles! si- 97 ,, S3- 97 Men's NECKTIES To 75c Value MEN'S DRESS SHIRTS Pre-Shrunk, Non-Wilt Collar. $1.50 Value MEN'S FELT HATS New Spring Numbers in all the Late Shades. To $3.5.0 Value! $1 .00 , $1 .97 JL to JL Ladies' Pure Silk HOSE, New Shades ............ 39' MEN'S DRESS PANTS New Patterns. To $6.50 Value! $1-97 (o $3.47 Ladies' SWEATERS and TWIN SWEATERS. To $4.95 Value! C 97 U « * to Carters SHOES and OXFORDS for Men. .$3.50 Value! $1.97 $2-47 Ja. to M! MEN'S WHITE OXFORDS Dr. Murphy's Health Builders. $5.00 Value! $2.97 LADIES' FOOTWEAR Ties, Pumps, Sandals, White, Black, Brown and Mottled. All Heels. To $3.95 Value! $1.47 f $1.97 JL to -S. None Higher FORMERLY HARRY ZEBKER STORE 121 SOUTH FEDERAL OPEN EVENINGS Crawford, Founder of Bible College at Boone, Dies at 76 EOONE, I.T) -- The Rev. J. C. Crawford, 76, founder of the Eoone Bible college, died here Thursday. He had been critically ill several days. The Bible college developed from a gospel tabernacle the Rev. Mr. Crawford founded 45 years ago. He also operated radio station KFGQ in connection with the college. Two daughters, Mrs. Fred Crawford Brown. Chinese missionary, and Miss Lois Crawford of Boone, survive. Funeral services will be Sunday. Robinson Elected Head of P. T. A. in Kensett KENSETT--The P. T. A. held its last meeting for the year. The program consisted of a play b v the high school, instrumental solos, by Leroy Harmon, Robert Borgo, George Olson, and a quartet contest. The alumni quartet won first place and the faculty quartet second. Other quartets competing' were the high school quartet and the school board quartet. The election results were: President. .T. C. Robinson; vice president, Mrs. Hilmen Gaarder; secretary, Mrs. Dewey Houston; treasurer, Fritz Schulte; chairman program committee, Mrs. Carl Arendts; chairman refreshment committee, Mrs. George Lind- flot. Dr. Hospodarsky, Baker Speak to Ridgeway P. T. A. RIDGEWAY--A p. T. A. meeting was held at the high school assembly of the local school Tuesday evening. Speakers for the evening were Dr. L. J. Hnspodarsky and R. G. Baker. Dr. Hospodarsky spoke on "Tuberculosis" and Mr. Baker gave a talk on his trip through Florida. Music was furnished by Miss Vivian Harare, student at Luther college, Deeorah, and Miss Ruth Hamre. Hostesses for the evening were Mrs. Frank Butz, Mrs. William Foels and Mrs. Arthur Josendahl. 200 Will Attend Father, Son Banquet in Hampton HAMPTON--The annual father and son banquet given by the I. O. 0. F. lodge will be served at the hall Friday evening by members of the Rebekah lodge. Places will be arranged for 200 guests. A program of music and speeches will follow the dinner. The principal speaker will .be Lynn J. Irwin, grand representative of DCS Moines. Visitors From O^dcn. PLYMOUTH--Mr. and Mrs. G. A. [ Neifert and three little daughters of Ogden visited over the week-end with Mrs. Belle Hodson and attended the Stcinmctz Dixson wedding. Mr. Neifert was formerly superintendent of schools at Plymouth. Miss Una Hoelson of Ogden schools accompanied the Neiferts here to spend the week-end with her mother. ·Mrs. McAlccr Buried. DECORAH -- Funeral services were held for Mrs. Joe McAleer, 25, daughter of Mrs. Margaret Malanaphy of Bluffton township, who died suddenly in Anamosa, following the birth of a son. The services were in charge of Father Gruneval and burial was made in the Bluffton cemetery. Edits CoIIeRc Paper. HAMPTON -- Miss Gwendolyn Wescott, daughter of Mrs. Roy Wescott, was elected editor in chief of I the Collcs'e Eye. campus paper at ' Iowa State Teachers college at Cedar Falls, where she is a junior student. She wn.= alsn elected to Delta Tan Sigma, honorary writers' fraternity. 84 PONDS READY IN STATE SETUP Conservation Board to Use 19 Co-Operative Areas for Fish-Rearing. DES MOINES, (OP)--The Iowa conservation commission Thursday announced that it will operate 84 fish rearing nursery ponds this year, as well as two pike nursery lakes. Sixty-four of the ponds are state- owned, one is leased and the remainder arc termed co-operative, M. L. Hutton, director of the commission, said. Co-operative ponds arc at Corydon, Alden, Oehvein, Silver Lake, Vinton, Bancroft, Mason City, Storm Lake, Cedar Rapids, Davenport, Cresco, Afton and Osceola, and are operated in conjunction with local sportsmen or their organizations. State-owned ponds arc located as follows: Backbone State park, il; Deeorah, 12; Luke Wapello, 7; Lake View, 23; Mcchauicsville, 1; Pine Lake, 3; Dolliver, 1; Clear Lake. 1; Storm Lake, 1, and Lanesboro, 1. The fish propagation program for 1930. according to Hutton, calls for raising to fingerling or adult size of 178.000 small-mouth bass; 293,000 large-mouth bass: 105,000 bluegill bass; 78,000 crappic; 292.000 walleyed pike: 12,000 perch; 50,000 trout. It addition, it is planned to hatch 56,000,000 wall-eyed pike at the pike hatcheries at Spirit Lake and Clear Lake. Three Waverly Banks Buy Bonds From Nashua NASHUA--The town of Nashua Wednesday night sold sewage disposal plant bonds amounting to $23,000 to the Waverly First National bank, the Waverly Savings bank and the State bank of Waverly. A premium of $85 to $100 was paid for the bonds, which will bear 2 1 ,;; per cent interest. Franklin Schoolmasters Hold Meeting in Geneva GENEVA--Thirty-four members and guests attended the banquet of the Franklin County Schoolmasters at Hotel Geneva Wednesday evening. Following the meal, the business session and social hour were held at the scboolhouse. Societies Well Heprescntcd CHARLES CITY--The Foreign Missionary societies of the two Methodist cb.urch.ea were well represented at the Waterloo district convention Wednesday. Included in the program presided over by Mrs. W. 0. Abram, district president, was a memorial service at 1:30 p. m. conducted by Mrs. Frank Taylor ot this city. Mrs. R. M. Zastrow, Charles City, district superintendent of young people's work, had charge of that department. The only punishment meted out to the five Dionnes is being stood in a corner--which is a very good trick in a four-cornered room.--Richmond, Va., News-Leader. 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