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March 15, 1937

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

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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, MARCH 15 B 1937 FIVE HART ADMITS HE WAS GANG HEAD Confesses Part in Looting Nebraska Building and Loan Association. NORFOLK, Nebr., W--Police Cliie£ C. E. Blatt of Norfolk, said Monday George (Shorty) Hart, La Mars, Iowa, has admitted being the leader of a 'four man gang that looted the Madison County Building,and Loan association, Madison, Nebr., ,of securities worth $90,000 last January. Blatt said Hart made the admission while being questioned by State Deputy Sheriff E. E. Clark and Norfolk officers in jail here. A charge o£ breaking and entering has been filed against Hart in the Madison robbery. When arraigned Friday night he pleaded innocent. Hart was taken to Albion, Nebr., Monday where he pleaded innocent in a charge of theft of 52 cases of eggs Sept. 8, 1935. Hart was to be taken to Lincoln for safekeeping in the state penitentiary. Clear Lake Globe-Gazette OFFICE PHONE 239 LUCIA A. O'NEIL, News Editor LEE DEWIGGINS, Circulation and Advertising Residence Phone 296-J Residence Phone 67 2 BILLION PAID OUT UNDER AAA Workers Busy Sending .Out Checks for 470 Million for Last Year. WASHINGTON, (IP) -- Agricultural adjustment administration officials said Monday benefit payments to the farmers since the agency was created in 1933 have passed the two billion dollar mark. A staff of workers is busy sending out checks for the $470,000,000 being paid farmers who co-operated last year in the soil conservation program. Congress has been asked to provide another §500,000 for benefit payments _ this year. · AAA records showed corn-hog farmers had received $520,000,000, more than one-fourth of the first two billions. Of this, $488,000,000 was in rental and benefit payments and $43,000,000 under the government purchase program. Cotton Ranks Second. Cotton ranked second with $480,000,000 of AAA funds, and wheat third with $360,000,000. ' Federal sugar programs accounted for ?8B,000,000; tobacco, $02,000,000; rice, $10.000,000, and peanuts, $5,000,000.' Although there has been no cattle program, more than $140,000,,.!000 was_.'Used..ini^buying.. drought and ' diseased ; cattle", and "another $8,000,000 for sheep and goats. The AAA also has bought more than $24,000,000 worth of butter, eggs, cheese and other dairy products, most o[ which were distributed to persons on relief. A potato control program which "was repealed by congress before it became operative, accounted for $76,499. 90 Million for Salaries. Operating or administrative expenses were reported at $112,000,000, of which T. was for salaries. Under the present soil conservation program, expenditures cannot be classified according to corn, wheat or cotton, because farmers are paid for shifting from so called soil depleting l( soil conserving crops, or for soil building practices. The payments in dollars by states included: Iowa, 126,407,087; Minnesota, 45,751,732; Nebraska, 73,329,285; South Dakota, 45,058,585; Wisconsin, 18,052,881, CLODELLGLARY IS MARCH BRIDE Weds . Harry Anderson in Sioux Falls, S. Dak., Ceremony. CLEAR LAKE--The marriage ol Harry Anderson, son oE Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Anderson, 116 South street and Miss Clodell Clary, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Buel Clary, Albert Lea, Minn., which occurred at Sioux Falls, S. Dak., on March 3, was announced Monday at Clear Lake. The Rev. Mr. Glenn o£ the Lutheran church of Sioux Falls performed the ceremony. Miss Clary formerly lived in Clear Lake at 312 North East street, moving to Albert Lea the latter part of February. Mr. Anderson is associated with his father as a building contractor. The young couple has taken an apartment at the Avalon, 220 North Third street. GEORGE HOOUEHEADS FETED BY NEIGHBORS Mr. and Mrs. George- Moorehead were honorees at a party held at their home south of Clear Lake Saturday evening when a group o£ 75 old friends and neighbors came in to spend the evening. The time was spent in dancing and cards and refreshments were served at the close. CELEBRATE BIRTHDAY WITH DINNER PARTY Dr. and Mrs. A. B. Phillips entertained at dinner Saturday evening as a courtesy to Mrs. Mabel Newcomer who was celebrating her birthday. Among those-present were Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Atherton, Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Aurdal and Dr. N. \V. Phillips. DEADLINE SET News items must be in the Clear Lake Globe-Gazette office not later than 11 a. m. o£ the day they are to be published. .The editor will appreciate having them sent in the evening before whenever possible. Clear Lake Calendar Monday--Wa-Tan-Ye club, Palm Garden, 6:30 p. m. D. U. V., Legion clubrooms, 7:30 p. m. Odd Fellows lodge, I. O, O. F. hall, 8 p. m. Boy Scouts, schoolhouse. Tuscdny--Priscilla club, Mrs. T. L. King, East Main street. Townsend club, W. W. Fox, 200 Wflst State street, 7:30 p. m. P. S, O., Mrs. J. C. Davenport, North Fourth street. Group No. 2, Congregational aid, Mvs A. A. Joslyn, East Main street. Circle No. 5, Methodist aid, Mrs William J. Kruggel, 511 East Main street, 2:30 p. m. Clear Lake Briefs Miss'C. Chambers to Give Hi-Tri Girls Personality Talk CLEAR LAKE-- Hi-Tri girls of the high school will meet Tuesday after school at the music room for the March meeting which has to do with personality and is represented in the "House of Ideals" which is the theme of the year, by the bedroom, the thought being that it is in the bedroom that a girl may most completely be herself and express her own personality. Miss Catharyne Chambers, high school principal, will talk to the girls on the value of personality and how one s may acquire it. Miss Marjorie Brown, student at Mason City junior college, will also be presented to show a collection of her hobbies. She will talk to the group about the hobby show to be held soon at the Y. W. C. A. in Mason City and tell how Cle'nr Lake girls may have a part in the show. Miss Jean Sitser will play a piano number and a feature of the business session will be discussion of plans for the coming annual spring party. Mrs. Viola Robinson Services Held Here; Burial at Plymoutb Funeral services for Mrs. Viola Robinson, 88, who died at her home; 416 Sixteenth street northwest, following a long illness, were held at the Patterson funeral home Saturday afternoon, witli the Rev. William Galbrelh, pastor of -the Olivet · M. E. church, in charge. Burial was at Plymouth. Pallbearers were A. Clapper, W. Yarges, L. Birch, H. L. Greene, Dan Snell, and Clifford Baum- garlner. Attending the services from out of town were a son, P. M. Robinson, Chicago; Mrs. Ada Krough and son, and Mrs. Florence Anderson, Minneapolis; Mrs. Lila Chesbrow, Austin, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Towne, Alexander and Mr. and Mrs. Pierce Redington, Waterloo. It is belter to tune in one station and keep it. In that way you can escape the newest popular tune for hours.--Cedar Rapids Gazette. _ for her sick headaches. Fi naO v 2 friend aid, "Whydon'tyou give NRs a trial?" With Nature's Remedy I Tablets) she noted a thorougn cleansing of poisonous wastes-a complete natural action that nluJhacJn'texperienced forages. Yet so gentfe and refreshing Try Ntls yourself. They arc so fine for constipation, so useful *\ in warding oft cotda, so-called '.I "bilious spella" and other \\ conditions caused by · faulty elimination. Only 25c for hoi of , 25 at any drugs tore. Modern furnished apartment adults. 509 S. 3rd St. Mrs. James Laiidingham wen 1 Monday morning to DCS Moines where she will attend the beauty culture convention several days Mrs. Landingham is proprietor o Koeneman's Beauty shop. New Spring Suits and Topcoats are ready. Open a budget charge account . . . no extra charge . Abel Son, Inc. . . . Mason City Royal club will meet Thursdaj afternoon at the home oE Mrs Roy French, 200 East Divisioi street. Call Alice Doran Van Loan for Easter permanent. Phone 66. Christian Workers will meet Fri day afternoon at the home of Mrs George Paul, 201 East Main street Ed Ebaugh opening factory fo cement block work. Phone 541W Dickie Peterson, son of Mr. an Mrs. Verne Peterson, 407 Nortl Oalc street, is still conlined to hi bed with gland trouble followin. his recent illness. Lost: Wagon end-sate S. of laki March 8. Reward. Phone 28F23. Mrs. L. O. Reynolds, who ha been visiting her mother, Mrs Anna L. Bonner, 306 North Thir street, for a week, left Monday fo her home at Chadron, Nebr. Tues. Bush's . fresh anple pies 14c and 25c. C. K. Wood expects to.return t his work at Missouri Valley Mon day night after spending the week end with his family on Nort Third street. Mr. Wood has a po sition with the bureau ot agricul tural engineering. Mr. and Mrs. James Nujrcnt am daughter, Anjean, Mason Citj were dinner guests o£ Mr. and Mn Harold Phillips Sunday. Mrs. Phil lips is a daughter o£ Mr. and Mrs Nugent. Mr. and Mrs. Georire Kabricl accompanied by Mrs. Lester Mo retz and daughter and Frank P Oleson, Forest City, spent Sunda at Radcliffe where they visite Dwighl Oleson and family. Mrs. T. E. Sondrol,. South Sec ond street, went Sunday to Sau visit he daughter and husband, Dr. an Mrs. E. O. Gilfiilan, and-their lit tie daughter, 'Carol Ann. R. Peterson Tells Congo Club of Mexico CLEAR LAKE--Roy Peterson gave a detailed and effective portrayal of rural and urban lite of old ,\nd modern Mexico in con- tryst wtih American life at a | Ste. Marie, Mich., to meeting of the Congo club at the | Congregational church Sunday evening. Mr. Peterson gave a vivid travelog of the trip o£ himself and Mrs. Peterson and included descriptions of modern practices and customs as well as of the ca- Lhedrals and ruins o£ Mexico. Within a few weeks Mr. Peterson ll give an illustrated lecture of other portions of his trip which will include the visit to Cuba. The Misses Alberta and Ailen Harms and Louise Holt and Buck Martin were the committee serving refreshments. Samuel Myers Dies; Funeral on Tuesday Samuel C. Myers, 84, resident of the Odd Fellows home for the past four years, coming here from Hampton, died Saturday night. Arrangements were completed Monday for funeral services Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock, with the Rev. C. D. James of Nora Springs in charge. Burial will be City's Champion Decided 9 LAKE EVENTS RATE SUPERIOR rlusic Students Win 19 Places in Sub-District Contest. CLEAR LAKE--In the final ession of the Eritt sub-district music contest Saturday evening Jlear Lake students came through vith flying colors with both the and and the orchestra winning a ating of superior. I n - t h e after- oon the girls' glee club and the mixed chorus each was rated ex- ellent bringing the totals to nine ach in superior and excellent atings. The contestants rating superior vill attend the district contest vhich is to be held at Nevada April 2 and 3. John Kopecky, and and orchestra instructor, and Vtiss Clara Metcalf, music instruc- or in the local schools, have been busy for weeks preparing their students for the contest. Parents of contestants provided transpor- ation to and from Britt for all students entered. Individuals placing in the su- icrior class were Adolph Luker, tuba solo; Naomi, Pine, baritone solo; Jeanne Beckner, oboe solo; Patricia Hushaw, trombone solo; /loger Davis, clarinet solo, and -lare McCormick, vocal alto solo. The brass sextet also rated superior. In addition to the girls' glee club and mixed chorus, other groups rating excellent were the ;irls' sextet, the boys' small vocal iroup, the boys' glee club and the chamber group of woodwinds. Individual excellent ratings were awarded Betty King, flute solo, Helen Lomen, soprano solo, and Bill Kennedy, bass solo. The mixed small vocal group rated ;ood. Practically all the selections given at Britt had been used at music hour programs in Clear Lake or for special program numbers. Observers say that they never heard the groups do better than they did at Britt and testify that there is nothing like a contest to put the students on their mettle. . Baby at Rockfovd Has ' 2 Great Grandmothers ROCKFORD--A seven pound daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. James Magilton Thursday. This is the first child in the family and has the distinction of having a grandmother, great grandmother, and great great grandmother living on the maternal side and a grandmother and great grandmother living on the paternal side, making the child the first of the f i f t h generation on the maternal side and the fourth on the paternal side. The mother was formerly Geraldine Moon and the grandparents are Mr. and ;Mrs. Clare Moon and Mr. and 'Mrs. James Magilton, both families living here. Born to Dr. and Mrs. J. Poldscn a daughter on Thursday evening. Postoffice Clerk at Cedar Rapids Held for Theft of Funds CEDAR RAPIDS, (VP)--Milo H. Runkle, 52, clerk in the wholesale stamp department of the Cedar Rapids postoffice, was placed under arrest on a chnrgc ol theft of. government funds after an in-' vestigntion by postal inspectors. , Wan-ant was issued by U. S. Commissioner Edward McPartland, before whom Runkle was iirraignecl. Federal officials refused to disclose the amount o£ the alleged theft. Irish Free State is building seven oil tankers in Germany. Now You Can Wear False Teeth With Real Comfort Fnsleeth, a new plcasnnt powder keeps teeth iirmly set. Deodorizes. No gummy, (jooey taste or feeling. To cnt and laugh in comfoct sprinkle n JHtlo FtiEteeth on your plates. Get it today from your druggist. Three sizes. Above are shown John Holt, 638 Tolk avenue southwest, (left) and Bob Johnson, 331 Indiana avenue southeast, knuckling down for the final match of the Friendly Indian marble tournament^ held at the Y. M. C. A. Saturday. Bob, 9 year old Jefferson school pupil, won the tournament, with John, 10 years old and a pupil of tlie Wilson school, as runnerup. In the runnerup class also was Harvey Groh, 1518 Pennsylvania avenue northeast. Boys taking part in the tournament were Jack MacNider, Jack Pyles, Bob Burgess, Edward Keise, Harold Wilke, Kiclmrd Wallace, Scott M Her, David DelVIercs, Billy Lindsay, Angus'MaeNider, Harold Novak and Henry Cory. Glenn Fessendcn, Friendly Indian director, was m charge of the tournament. Mr. Fessenflcn was assisted by the following- boys, Roger Orr, Clarke Gage, Curtiss Skogland, Lorenzo Burgess, Ralph Vance, Arnold Hanson, Robert Gustnfson and Chuck Hines. The Pioneer marble tournament will be held Saturday, March 20. at Elmwood. Mr. Myers was born Feb. 1853, in Crawford county. Several Teachers Go to Homes for Week-Em CLEAR LAKE -- Among th teachers who spent the week-en out of town were Miss Doroth Hanlon who went to her home s Ten-ill, Miss Alma Mary Kroll · her home at Aurelia, Miss Grace Fleming to Waterloo, Miss Dora Nykvist to Cedar Falls and Miss Fae Francis to Storm Lake. Miss Dorothy Hardin went to Algona and spent the week-end with Mrs. Herman Olson who was formerly Miss Velma .Johnson, a Clear Lake teacher. Coach' Chris Johnston spent Saturday nt the Webster City tournament and plans to go to Des Moines next week-end to attend the state tournament. This will be his fifteenth consecutive state tournament. KRASCHEL LISTS HIS'MUST'ACTS Farm-to-Market Roads Bill Rated After Homestead Tax Relief. DES MOINES, (/P)--Gov. Nelson G. Kraschel, when asked in a press conference Monday to list his "must" legislation, outlined whet he described as the most important problems before ' the assembly, "Assuming that the homestead tax relief bill will be disposed of, and the renewal of the sales tax, the farm-to-market road program is the most important right now,' 1 the governor declared. Next on the list, Gov. Kraschel included adequate truck legislation to bring in revenue for the farm-to-market road program. Others are the appropriation bills and "corrections" in the beer law which the governor proposed in a special message to the legislature last week. 'Sit Down' Strike of Fifth Graders Ended by No Lunch Threat SHENANDOAH, (/P)--Thoughts of a iunchless noon hour ended n "sit down" strike by 18 f i f t h grade boys in Miss Lucille Lindbergh geography class here Monday". The teacher suddenly decided to give n test and the 16 girls began writing. The embarrassed boys, however, announced they were on a "sit-down" strike. Miss Lindberg replied she too could sit and they would stay through lunch. The strike ended. 5, Des 'Moines Pitcher Throws For Clinton DES MOINES, (VP)--Donald Hector, 20 year old Des Moines semipro pitcher, said today he has signed a contract with the Clinton Three-I league baseball team. He is a right bander. .WIFE PRESERVERS Dress weights in the hems of your curtains will help them to hang straight and keep them from blowing against screens, Dr. W. G. Muhleman Lectures on Mexico C L E A R LAKE--Dr. W. G. Muhleman, Algona, gave a most interesting lecture on conditions in Mexico at the Methodist church Sunday evening, illustrating his talk with a series of motion pictures which he took during a recent tour of the country with Mrs. Muhleman. Dr. Muhleman told something of the religious disturbances in Mexico during the past few years, explaining the causes and attitude of the people towards changes. The lecture was well attended. Dr. Muhleman is superintendent o£ the Algona district of the Methodist church. A passenger express locomotive in England will be named Coronation. DR.J.G. CRAVEN DENTIST PRACTICE LIMITED TO PLATE WORK It FIRST CEDAR RAPIDS STBEETS.E O . E S M O I N E S MASON CJTV I SIOUX CITV Redecorating- Done. CLEAR LAKE--The walls of the rest rorri in the city hall and the office rooms of the city water department have recently been redecorated by the city. The Allard Variety . store walls 'and ceiling were newly clone over during the week-end also. Russia has taught us one thing. When everybody despises riches, the ones who feel most respectable and therefore happiest are the poor.--IJavcnport Times. Sayre Rites to Be at Decorah Wednesday DECORAH, (/P)--Funeral services tor Franklin Sayre, Decorah attorney since 1895, will be conducted;, Wednesday. Friends said Sayre, who died Sunday, was one of the oldest alumni of the University of Iowa's class of 1875. His grandmother, Sarah Lydia Franklin, was a niece of Ben.'amin Franklin. Three Overcome by Gas at Iowa City IOWA CITY, (A')--Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Niece and Alton Smith, n roomer, were found asphyxiated Monday morning in the Niece home here. The victims were rushed to a local hospital where officials said they were not in "serious danger." Officials said that food, cooking overnight, had boiled over on the gas stove quenching the fire. Morton Slightly Hurt in Clarion Accident CLARION--O. P. Morton of near Clarion, a former Iowa slate representative, lost control of his car Saturday noon, xvhile driving home from Clarion. The car rolled over once and landed up side clown in the ditch. Mr. Morton, the only occupant of the car, received slight head injuries. His car, a 1937 Chevrolet coach, was badly damaged. The accident occurred a quarter.-ol a mile east of Clarion on highway 10. Dowager Queen Marie of Rumania Has Flu BUCHAREST, Rumania, fyP)-- Dowager Queen Marie is ill o£ influenza, her physicians announced a£ter consultation Monday while officials denied emphatically foreign reports that she had been poisoned. The queen's temperature was about normal and her heart action satisfactory, the physicians said in an i n f o r m a l statement. She was described as "seriously hut not dangerously ill." CALLOUSES,' To relieve paln-^otop pre33urc/O~^ on the Boreapotnml aafely re- C movp caHooaca--uat thcicpoft.K^- cushi'onmE.BOothinRpads. Soldi *W everywhere. 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