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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 8

Mason City, Iowa
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Monday, April 27, 1936
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EIGHT MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, APRIL 27 1936 AL80NA IS HOST TO PRESBYTERY Sessions to Start Tuesday; . 45 Churches Will Be Represented. ALGONA--The eightieth annual meeting of tie Fort Dodge Presbytery will be held in Algona April 28 and 29 when some 40 Presbyterian churches will be represented. The sessions will commence Tuesday morning and continue through Wednesday evening at the local Presbyterian and First Lutheran churches. The Rev. C. Paul Carlson, pastor oi the local Presbyterian church, is the district moderator and will preside at the meetings. All visitors will be entertained at private homes during the conference. Th Rev. Norman E. Nygaarrt, a former Presbyterian missionary under the Iowa Synod-in South America, will give the main address Tuesday afternoon. Mr. Nygaard is pres- · cut pastor of the Westminster Presbyterian church of Des Moines. Wednesday afternoon his wife will give an address. The Rev. S. M. Gladstone, Lonerock, the Rev. S. H. Aten. Burt, and the Rev. Carlson will be among the Kossutb pastors to take part in the sessions. Mrs. L. E. Fairbanks, Algona, and Mrs. Le- Koy Weld, president of the , Women's Synodical society for missions, will also be main speakers. This district covers territory from Jefferson to Carroll, Boone, Fort Dodge and up to Mason City anc. Estherville. The Rev. W. E. Ruxton. Grand Junction, and the Rev. J2. L. Marousek and Mr. Carlson are members of the Presbytery and Mrs. Arthur G. Bailey, Estherville, Mrs. C. P. Ferguson, Lake City, Mrs. H E. Schneider, Boone, Mrs. Paul B. Shedd, Rockwell City, and Mrs. J. H. Orvis, Estherville, are members of the Presbyterial. Contract Is Awarded. ALGONA--H. R. Cowan and Son were awarded the contract for the new structure to be built by the C. E. Heise estate and Dr. R. W. Heise of Emmetsburg on North Dodge street The new building will oe located in back of the Behlmer Candy Kitchen and extending north, to the alley. The structure will be 66x40 feet. Algona, Spencer Are High in Commercial Contest for Schools ALGONA--The Algona district commercial contest was held at Algona Saturday morning with approximately 100 students taking part. Algona won first place in both amateur and novice shorthand and was awarded the trophy for amateur shorthand as a permanent possession after .retaining it for three consecutive years. Spencer, however, was high point school. Towns that placed in the contest were: Amateur shorthand, Algona, first; Spencer, second; and Emmetsburg, third. Novice shorthand, Algona, first; Buffalo Center, second, and Spencer, third. Amateur typing, Spencer, first; Emmetsburg, second; Hurt, third. Novice typing, Buffalo Center, first, Burt, second and Algona, third. Individual ribbons were awarded: Amateur shorthand, . Cleo Mary Conte, Spencer; Helen Gray, Em- betsburg and Theodora Larson, Al- "gona tied third place with Irene Schaacht, Emmetsburg. Novice shorthand, Irene De Koster, Spencer; Catherine Anderson, tied second with Frances Frandt, both of Spencer; Dorothy Ward, Algona and Henry Helegans, Jr., Emmetsburg. Amateur typing, Cleo Mary Conte, Spencer; Floy Tinder, Goldfield, and Rachel Becker, Burt. Novice typing, Delores Bangston, Goldfield; Loraine Bronleewe, Buffalo Center, and Helen Kuhn, Algona. AT THE HOSPITALS Mrs. T. R. Blank, Hayfield, was admitted to the Park hospital Friday for examination and treatment. A son weighing 6 ' pounds 13 ounces 'was born to Mr. and Mrs. George Marolf, 816 Madison avenue northwest, Saturday at the Mercy hospital. Mrs. W. H. Clarke, 229 Tenth street northwest, was admitted to the Park hospital Friday for treat- men t. Dedor ElUngson, Northwood, was ' admitted to the Mercy hospital Friday for treatment. Harris Glen Sonnenberg, Titonka, was admitted to the Park hospital Friday for treatment. Charles Busch, Jr., 313 Third street northwest, was. admitted to the Mercy hospital Friday for a major operation. Mrs. T. J. EauClaire and infant son, · 533 Nineteenth street southeast, were dismissed from the Park hospital Friday. Domingo Becerra, 421 Seventeenth street northwest, was dismissed from the Mercy hospital Saturday following a major operation. Mrs. Edwin Bock and infant daughter, Gamer, were dismissed from the Park hospital Friday. Mrs. C. F. Blumsnrader. St. Ansgar, was dismissed from the Park hospital Friday following examination. A son weighing 9 pounds 12 ounces was born to Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Zook, Clear Lake, Friday at the Park hospital. Editors Will Meet. ST. PAUL. (JP--Service the newspaper publisher can offer as an advertising counsellor to the local merchant will be an important point on the program of the 20th annual Editors Short Course at University Farm April 30, May 1 and 2, Freddie Bartholomew in Court North Central Area ' Y.M.C. A. Meeting Set for Milwaukee DES HOINES, (.T)--The north central area Y. M. C. A. council picked Milwaukee, Wis., for its 1937 meeting at closing sessions here. The council, which includes the states of North Dakota, South Da- Sympathetic spectators in a Los Angeles courtroom where Mrs. Lillian Bartholomew is attempting to regain custody of her famous son,-Freddie Bartholomew, are Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Bartholomew, the young film star's grandparents. Freddie lived at his grandparents' countryside home in England from the time he was three until his aunt, Miss Myllicent Bartholomew, brought him to the United States and was appointed his guardian. (Central Press Photo) New Automobiles A. J. Batdorf, 243 Second street northwest,' Chevrolet sedan. Equitable Life Assurance Society of America, City, Ford coach. Dr. A. S. Dice, Clear Lake, Chrysler sedan. J. H. Miller, Clear Lake, Plymouth sedan. A. C. Nelson, Clear Lake, Fon- tiac coach. Marjorie A. Chollett, Federal building:, Chevrolet coach. Cyril M. Lamb, 322 First street northeast, Dodge coach. T. L. Sears, Clear Lake, International truck. Northwestern States Portland Cement company, ' City, Plymouth coach and Chevrolet sedan. E. M. Moore, 113 Delaware avenue southeast,.Dodge coach. C. A. Tuttle, 1511 Jefferson avenue northwest, Chevrolet sedan. R. F. Kunz, 80 Linden drive, Plymouth sedan. Leland O. Chehock, Plymouth, Oldsmobile coupe. Dr. C. C. Carrick, 615 Jefferson avenue northwest, Packard sedan. Claude Meacham, 724 Polk avenue southwest, Plymouth sedan. Boomhower Hardware company, City, Chevrolet sedan. Dr. G. W. Cady, 919 Pennsylvania avenue not-theast, Chevrolet sedan. Jim Byrch, Plymouth, Chevrolet sedan. L. D. Zimmer, 123 Second street southeast, Chevrolet pickup. Ralph Hogan, Dougherty, Pontiac coach. Mrs. Grace Summerhays, 807 Pennsylvania avenue northeast, Terraplane coach. Jay E. Decker, 119 Second street southeast, Lincoln Zephyr. Emma D. Jansen, Plymouth, Chevrolet sedan. Sargent and company, City, Chevrolet coach. W. E. Bramhall, 926 Washington avenue northwest, Pontiac coach. G. H. Moore, Kirk apartments, Studebaker coupe. Jim Kay, 24 Fourteenth street northeast, Buick coupe. International Harvester comuany. City, International truck. ' Lyons Launderers and Dry Cleaners, City, Chevrolet truck. M. H. Balsley, route 1, Chevrolet sedan. Iowa Rentacar company, City, Chevrolet coach. Carl I. Snyder, 1015 First street northwest, Terraplane coach. John Hancock Mutual Life Insurance company, City, Oldsmobile coach. Carl.Morris, Thornton, Plymouth coach. Mier Wolf and Sons, City, Chevrolet chassis. Maud E. Cain, 247 Sixth street southeast, Ford coach. Wendell Quinlan. 1431 Adams avenue northwest. Ford coach. S. and R. Chevrolet company, City. Chevrolet sedan. Ideal American Laundry, City, two Chevrolet trucks. · Minnie I. Ingebretson, Thornton, Chrysler sedan. Everett Wooldridge, Clear Lake, Plymouth coupe. A. E. and Lois S. Cox, 18 Linden drive, Chevrolet sedan. E. N. Peterson. 123 Fourth street southwest. Chevrolet sedan. E. J. ZiegJer, 313 Ninth street northwest, Graham sedan. Earl Kleckner, 113 Delaware avenue southeast. Dodge truck. Mrs. M. J. Fitzpatrick, 635 East State street, Plymouth sedan. Carl Grupp, 1339 North Federal avenue, Dodge truck. Mike M. Allen, 113 Delaware avenue southeast, Dodge sedan. J. E. Van Note, route i. Buick sedan. Mrs. Hammill Voices Thanks to Many for Sympathy and Kindness ·BRITT--Appreciation for the kindness and sympathy shown her by many during her bereavement is voiced by Mrs. John Hammill, widow of former Governor Hammill, in a note published in the Britt News-Tribune. This stated: "My cloud of sorrow is very dark and lowering, but always through its blackness I am beholding the gleam o£ the stars of kindness and sympathy--stars studding my darkened sky as harbingers of hope for the days to be, as they have been stars of comfort in the time of my present bereavement in the loss of my dear husband, the late John Hammill. . "Friends from all. over Iowa.and far beyond its boundaries have showered me with kiridness; great courtesy was extended to me by state officials; the home community has proffered every expression of friendship. I cannot speak my thanks to all whom thanks are due, and so I present this expression through the columns of the family newspaper in hope that it may reach the eyes of all for whom it is intended. "Mrs. John Hammill." kola, Minnesota. Iowa and Wisconsin re-elected the following officers: Judge Lewis Larson, Sioux Falls, S. Dak., chairman; Oliver S. Aas, Minneapolis, Minn., vice chairman; George A. Jacobs, Janesville, Wis., second vice chairman; Paul Bren- icker, Minneapolis, secretary; and Chase Ballou, Burlington, assistant secretary. Newly elected board members were: M. V. Jenaess, Minneapolis, chairman: T. F. Schroeder, Muck- wonago, Wis., vice chairman; A. L. Mayer, Duluth, Minn., secretary: and William J. Grcde, Wauwatosa, Wis., treasurer. Last Vacancies Filled. THORNTON--The two remaining vacancies on the Thornton teaching staff were filled with the selection of Miss Faye Stingley of Alexander for the third and fourth grades and girls' athletic work, and Carl E. Eruns of Roth for seventh and eighth grade teacher. Thompson Girl Will Be Wed to New Yorker May 6 NEW YORK, UCN) -- Ragnhild G. GJertson, 26 year old native of Thompson, Iowa, and James Priestley, 28, accountant, of New York City, obtained a marriage license here at the Municipal building. The brideto-be is the daughter of Hans and Ragnihild GJertson. The wedding is scheduled to take place May 6 here at the Calvary Baptist church. Retail Ad Lineage in Newspapers on Gam CHICAGO, (JPt--Retail advertising- lineage in newspapers for the week ended April 18 was 0.4 per cent ahead of the, corresponding week last year, Advertising Age re-, ported. The 1936 week lineage was larger than a year ago despite the fact that the close of the heavy pre-Easter buying season was included in the figures for last year. 100,000 Gallons of Alcohol Seized From Hold of 'Oil Tanker' ELIZABETH, N. J., (JP)--Seizure of 100,000 gallons of fine grain alcohol from the hold of a supposed oil tanker, federal authorities believed Monday, dealt a body blow at a rich and powerful ring of illegal liquor · manufacturers and distributors in New Jersey. The contraband was seized on the 206 ton tanker Charles D. Leffler of Wilmington, Del., Sunday by agents of the United States customs enforcement division. Fire That Claimed Two Lives Believed of Incendiary Origin NEW YORK, OP)--A fire which brought death to an elderly man and woman was under investigation Monday along with a series of four fires here, believed to have been of incendiary origin. Mrs. Selma McDonald, 70. and her brother. Paul Schultz, 69, were burned to death when they were trapped by flames in their Brooklyn home Sunday night. Three other men, all over 70, were critically burned. The origin of the fire has not been determined. At Wilksbarre, Pa., fire that swept a three story apartment house in nearby Hanover township Sunday killed a father and two children and seriously burned two other members of the family. The dead were John Kohl, 2S: his son, John, Jr., 5, and his daughter, Elizabeth, 3. Celotex Show Is Held by Lake Lumber Company CLEAR LAKE -- Herbert Wark, representative of the Celotex company of Chicago, arrived Saturday to give a free Celotex exhibit at the city hall, sponsored by Woodlord and Wheeler Lumber company, fie makes various decorative and finishing details while you wait and panels for interior decorating are included in his display. The exhibit includes afternoon and evening Saturday from 10 a. in. to 10 p. m. and Sunday afternoon. FINAL WIND-UP of THE 123 NORTH FEDERAL ACROSS CORNER KIRK'S APTS. Only 4 Days Left! NOTI01S 10c SILK THREAD BIAS TAPES HAIR NETS MACHINE NEEDLES HAIR PINS SAFETY PINS BRAIDS LINGERIE TAPES RIC RAC BUTTONS RIBBONS CROCHET THREAD HOOKS EYES EMBROIDERY THREAD TWIST CROCHET HOOKS KNITTING NEEDLES Choice SALE STARTS Wed., April 29 Closes Sat. Night th 8:30 A. M. $1.00 Ladies' Ladies' And Panties, to 65e Values Men's, Ladies', Children's Underwear, Night Gowns, Blouses, Play Suits, Pants, Sweaters, Bathing Suits, Ladies and Children's Dresses, Knickers, Overalls, Men's Coats, Boys' Raincoats, Gym Bloomers, Child's Seal-pax S l e e p e r s , Novelty Goods, Cameras, Trays, Girdles, Furs, and Shopping Bags. Choice BRASSIERES and Bandeaux, to 5c Values to 54-inch width To $3.00 Values Ic to Ic yd. lOc Colored Cheesecloth and and VELVETS To $1.35 Values and Ladies' To $2.95 Values 49c to $1.49 HOT Men's and Ladies' Raincoats Sport Coats Short Coats Men's Suits Ladies' Coats WHILE THEY LAST Piece Goods, Remnants at Sale Prices. YARD GOODS To 50c Values Voiles, Plain and Plaid Suitings, Rayons, Prints, Curtain Materials, Cretonnes and Ginghams. Choice To 75c Values Sateens, Voiles, Peter Pan Ginghams, Rayons, Plaids, Curtain Goods, Piques, White Goods. TO 75c VALUES Curtain Goods, Rayon __ Suitings, Shantungs, Or- dSKT gandies. Novelty Dress ^B Goods, Drapery Cre- «JBft[ tonnes. Boys' and Young Men's While They Last To $5.00 Values Men's Work and Dress Shoes and Oxfords To $6.99 Values $1.39 to $2.97 HOT Ladies' Dresses, Knit Suits, Smocks, Wash Dresses, choice To $12.00 Values 3 groups Ladies' Spring Coats in 2 lots. To $25.00 Values. Full Fashioned Ladies' Hose in Holeproof, Phoenix, etc. To $1.25 value. -- 4 Days left Men's $1.00 Muslin Night Shirts 1 LOT Men's Pants Higher Grades Men's 25c Rayon Hose lOc Ties to 50c Values 15c Boys', to $3.50 Values Shoes and Oxfords 97c t© $147 Laces, Braids and Fringes, to 50c Values ic t © Sc yard YARN To 35c Values t© i| bail 1. LOT Ladies 9 Suits Knitted Suits Worth to $10.00 r 'S All Shades Men's Boys' Caps 37e atad 47c 1 LOT Men's Dress Shirts, to $1.50 Vol. T

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