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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 7

Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, April 23, 1936
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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, APRIL 23 1936 SEVEN . L YJ, CONFERENCE TO BE 3 DAYS Greater Effectiveness in 5 Midwestern States Is Sought. DBS MOINES, CB---Methods of increasing- the effectiveness of the Y. M. C. A. and extending its work into unorganized areas will be considered by association leaders of Wisconsin, Minnesota, Iowa, North and South Dakota, at conferences in Des Moines Friday, Saturday and Sunday. On Friday general secretaries of 50 associations of the five states will convene, with J. A. Price of New York, assistant general secretary of the national council, leading the discussion. That night Roy Sorenson of Chicago, newly named general secretary of the national council, will talk on the relation of the association to other community organizations. Taking part in this discussion will be Guy V. Aldrich of Milwaukee, executive secretary of the Y. M. C. A., north central area council; E. R. Hinckley, Des Moines, assistant secretary of the area council, and E. F. Dennison, Chicago, personnel secretary of the national council. Progress under the plan whereby the Y. M. C. A. of Wisconsin, Minnesota, Iowa and the Dakotas pooled their work for the past year, will be reported at the second annual meeting of the North Central area council at the Hotel Savery on Saturday and Sunday. General topics to be considered during the three-day meeting are: What new fields of unorganized territory should the North Central council try to occupy in 1937; how can group leaders be better trained; how can the Y. M. C- A. camps be made of wider service to boys living in unorganised cities and towns; what are the possibilities of the stronger city associations serving boys and young men in the small cities and towns in their own areas? Charge Auto Salesman With Theft of Harness NEW HAMPTON _ Joe Parson, 34, Charles City automobile salesman, has been reading so much about the horse and buggy days lately that he decided to steal a harness from George O'Connell, Fredericksburg farmer. He was being held on a larceny charge Thursday by Sheriff George C. Murray. He implicated Donald Santee, Cedar Falls, in the theft. Parsons is a former convict. CORN PRODUCTS WILL BE SHOWN Hampton Student Is Among Those on Program at State College. AMES--Hundreds of commercial products of corn will be on display at Iowa State college Friday in connection with the corn products luncheon at noon in the Memorial Union. More than 225 guests are expected. Included in the displays will be exhibits of 18 commercial companies' products and those from different departments of the college. The luncheon, the first of its kinfl to be given at the college, is sponsored by the Student Agricultural council in co-operation with the Ki- wanig and Rotary clubs of Ames. J. C. Cunningham, bibliographer of the corn research institute of the Iowa agricultural experiment station, will be the main speaker. He will discuss "Corn and Civilization." Clay Stafford, president of the Ames Rotary club, will preside. Ed Coe, Ames, president of the Iowa Retail Seed Dealers' association, will also be on the program. Students who will speak are Don Womeldorf, Zearing; Julius Black Ames; Robert Buck, Diagonal; Johi MacRae, Ames, and George Sampson, Hampton. A pantomime, "Corn Worship," written by an Ankara Indian, will also be presented by students. Head of Independence Hospital Testifies in Frank Malzahn Case NEW HAMPTON--Dr. R. A. Stuart, head of the state insane hospital at Independence, testified Wednesday in district court that he was of the opinion that Frank Malzahn, 40, Fredericksburg farmer, was insane. The defendant, Frank Malzahn, was found insane by the Chickasaw county commission. Charges had been filed by a neighbor, Chris Maser, after the defendant had procured a marriage license to marry Maser's daughter. Malzahn and the girl both testified Wednesday that they had never dated. Malzahn, when examined by the head of the hospital, was unable to repeat the alphabet, bound the state of Iowa, name the great lakes, name more than one railroad in the state of Iowa. The physician also testified that Malzahn had an illusion that Mrs. Maser and her daughter tried to extort $4,000 or they would file a breach of promise suit. WASH BOILER--Copper-boUotn wash boiler with strong tinned sides and cover. 12 gallon capacity. Regularly 51.39. 49c Ifi-fnclt OIL MOP --In c o nvenlcnt can. 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Complete with two half pans, 1 * round pan, stand with two sets of legs, pan ^ lifters and holders, wire rack and complete recipe and instruction book. Others up to $19.95. 11 50 20 .Qt. Liquid Capacity Durable blue enamel over heavy steel. Dome cover with handle. Wire canning rack holds 7 one-quart jars, Regularly SI.39. Studio Couch with Coil Base and Innersprlng Mattress Everything a Studio Couch Should Be! Smart, well built and comfortable! And more . . . for this particular couch is Honor-Bilt, has a box spring base, an inner spring mattress, and three big comfortable spring-filled reversible cushions. New rounded corner style. Upholstered in brown-or green heavy woven fabric, Opens to full size bed or twin beds. Exceptional value! Others As Low As $19.95 Secmiess Full size 9x12 ft. ... fringed and seamless! Rich Persian Oriental patterns. The Velmere comes in rich tones of rust, red or taupe, steam-set for enduring: beauty. Warm, resilic-nt. good looking- . . . superior construction and wear. A Real Bargain! BRIDGE LAMP $1.00 Polished steel finish or painted white, green or red. Assorted coacning scenes on artistic parchment paper shades; 12 inch size. Reularly SI 49. UNPAINTED C H A I R 9 8 c Cathedral type un- palnted chair. Others as low us 19c Unpointed TABLE $3.69 A sturdy table with cleverly shaped drop leaves. Triple hinges and .knuckle joints make for greater security, longer w e a r . Opens to 42x36 Inches. CHEST of DRAWERS A. roomy, well built cliest of drawers at this price is unusual, to say the least. Built of solid sum wood and finished in rich walnut. Heavy wear-defying construction throughout, ?· 23-25 EAST STATE STREET -- MASON CITY, IOWA -- PHONE 803 Kidnap Suspects Edward Bartholomey (top) postmaster of Eensenville, DI., was arrested by G-men in connection with the kidnaping of William A Hamm, Jr., on June 15, 1935. Charles 3. Fitzgerald (center) 'was arrested at los Angeles for the same crime. Federal agents say Hamm was. kept captive in BartJioloroey's home, jack PfeU- fer (bottom) third suspect, was arrested in St. Paul. Man Convention Details. CLEVELAND, LF~-The arrange ments committee for the republican national convention June 9 coMid ered a long' list of convention de tails as the selection of Senatoi Frederick Steiwer of Oregon as key noter and temporary chairman drew expressions of approval from aT sides. Beckwith Heads K. A. M. FORT DODGE, QP--Floyd B Beckwith of Rockwell City was elected most excellent grand high priest of the grand chapter of Roya: Arch Masons of Iowa at the concluding session of the annual c clave here Wednesday. Diving Injuries Fatal. TAMA, (/B--Arthur Chaloupek of Chelsea, injured last July when he dived into shallow water in Lake Cherry here, succumbed to his injuries Saturday and was buried Tuesday. The boy, 16, was paralyzed from the neck down and ten months of treatment brought no improvement. Hurl Cranking Tractor. ALLISON--Delbert, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey DeBower. fractured his arm while cranking- a tractor Mondav. Church Is Improved. MITCHELL--A crew of men is busy re-shingling and otherwise improving the community church Plans are also being made to have the interior of the building re-dec orated soon. HELD TO GRAND JURY ALEDO. 111., OB--John H. Collins of Keithsburg, was bound over to the Mercer county grand jury Wednesday at a preliminary hearing before Justice W. D. Emerson, Jr.. on a charge of murdering Roger Johnson, also cf Keithsburg- early Tuesday morning with a shotgun. Boy. 4, Succumbs. BELMOND--Ralph Lent, 4, son of Mr. and Mrs. Claude Lent, died Tuesday at the home of his parents. ·le had been ill with pneumonia. A sister who has been ill with the same disease ia recovering. He leaves his father and mother and two sisters and a brother. Funeral and burial services have not been announced. Former Resident Dead. PLYMOUTH--Word was received here by relatives of the death of Mrs. George Holroyd, a former resident here, now of Warner, Alberta, Canada. She leaves 4 children, Ruth. Vera, Claude and Dean, all married. Women democratic speakers arc advised to banish stage f l i g h t by yawning, but it won't work when tlie audience begins to yawn back,--Louisville Times, DRUG S T O R E Mail Orders Filled Same Day Received. Orders Amounting to $2.00 or Less, Add lOc For Postage. 13 North Federal Ave, Phone 909. Extra Valuci for Friday and Saturday. 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