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Mason City, Iowa
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Tuesday, March 28, 1939
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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE TUESDAY, MARCH 28, 1939 FORMER CHAPIN YOUTH JAILED Brockman in Plea of Guilty to Charge of Forgery at Hampton HAMPTON--Morris Brockman, 23, formerly of Chapin, pleaded guilty Monday in district court to forgery and was sentenced by Judge H. E. Fry to six months in jail. After serving a month he wil be paroled to the sheriff of Adaii county. Ursel Low, 20, of Adel, his accomplice, was held for further investigation. One of the forged checks was fo: $12.50 and was signed with, thi name of Jim Lumley and cashed a ·the Sam Schlesinger clothing store The other was for ?5 and wa cashed at the Frank Burwell oi station at Chapin. The checks wer passed Jan. 28. Anglo-American Alliance Symbolized Educator of Eagle Grove on Program for Drake School EAGLE GROVE--C. L. McDowell, superintendent of Eagle Grove public schools, will be on the program at Drake university in Des Moines March 31. The panel will be a part of a two-day pro- \n»lo-Americau alliance in steel is symbolized in this chummy picture of Britain's crack streamlined train the Coronation Scot, and the United States "iron horse," the Royal Blue- (right). The London Midland Scottish train, which is on tour in the United Slates, made several runs between Baltimore and Washington, D. C., to "get the feel" ot American rails. BACKGROUND OF WILLIAMS WIDE Pioneer Newspaperman Appointed Curator to Succeed Klingaman (By Iowa Daily Press Association) DES MOINES--Ora Williams recently appointed Iowa curator to . succeed O. E. Klingaman, has a background as full of Iowa history as that which he ]oves so well t study. Product o£ an early Iowa farm he began life in the log cabin ot pioneer Dallas county family \vhe Indians were still making map: sugar every spring in a nearb grove. He learned about words in spell ing matches in a Van Meter town ship one-room school, and too literature lessons out o£ the M Guffey readers. He was one of tl first class to graduate from tl Adel high school, and he taught year in the same school. IVas Pioneer Newspaperman English Royolty at Races gram of the Progressive Education ] CITY COUNCIL VOTE BY PRECINCTS association. '5,000,00 GIVEN AWAY Fir* Sim pie Word* May Win You · Niw Buiekj or One of 20 Othtr Frizet I Merely complete the sentence in the coupon below. *'I prefer Nash's Toasted Coffee because ................................ Mail TO ur sentence, together with a sales slip ahowiDK purchase of Nash's Toiatcd Coffee, to the Nash Coffee Company, before midnight, April 30ch, 1939- Priies, as luted below, will be awarded the writers of the best letters, in the opinion of the j edges: FOUR GRAND PRIZES -- Each a New 1939 DeLcie Bmcfc Sedan (Winner roaj- take $1,000 in Cash in Place of the Czr 2nd PRIZE-- $350,00 in cash 3rd PRIZE-- 5250.00 In caih 4th PRIZE-- SI 50.00 in cash 6th PRIZE -- 5100.00 In c.-»h fith to 20th Prlx»i-S1 0 1 n caa h 24 PRIZES IN ALL! Contest Open Only to Rtsit/entt of Minnesota, Whtatsin, North Dakota, Soatb Dakota,- Mrs. John Fritcher Elected President j of Mitchell Group MITCHELL--At a meeting of the Unity club at the home of Mrs. 3en Bower, the following officers were elected for the coming year; Mrs. John Fritcher, president; Mrs. Bert Rogers, vice president; and Mrs. L. R. Dockerty, secretary nnd treasurer. A paper on "impressions of South America,"' was read by Mrs. G. H. Parkhurst. Refreshments were served by the nominating committee which consisted of Mesdames H e l e n Schmidt, Pearl Graves and Cora Moran. q z Precinct-- I P 1 \V P 1 \V 1 P 2 W ·. P 2 W 1 P 3 W F 3 \V 1 1' 4 W 2 P 4 W 245 214 321 20G S18 263 265 87 2(ifi 228 457 202 333 248 284 Si 255 220 488 326 372 289 289 91 147 142 158 183 103 218 1G7 181 141 144 150 Vi" 104 210 1GG 1G6 146 156 1G9 184 106 211 169 167 73 76* 126 81 93 9D 97 43 A pioneer newspaperman, Mr. Williams learned to be printer and pressman in his own office publishing the long-gone Dallas County Democrat. Later, in Des Moines, he was managing editor ol the daily Hawkcye BUide. Then, by way of the Iowa State Leader, he became reporter and city editor of the Iowa State Register before the consolidation era. He continued his active newspaper career on the staffs of the Sioux City Journal, the Sioux Falls Press, the Omaha Bee and the National Daily Review in Chi- 438 401 649 437 , 49l| ca f,°- . 512 492 278 Total 1919 2102 2236 1299 1258 1308 679 3629 , * t Western Illinois, Iowa, Wyoming, ^MoHittta, OUabomx, Wtubinimaxd Idaho. YorXfiw; Hf re a Better Ounce to Wimt Write your sentence today. Seed In as osaay is you waat- The more you scad, the better your chances tu "win. Ait yoar grocer /or State Job Selling Racket of Waterloo Man Brought to End WATERLOO, f*P)--A state job selling racket which Assistant County Attorney Paul L. Kildee said netted S53 was at an end Tuesday for James McDonough, 66, of Waterloo, who was sentenced to GO days in the Black Hawk county jail for obtaining money under false pretenses. McDonough admitted "sale" of three Iowa highway patrol jobs for $6.65 each. Collection of $1 each from four barbers on promise ol inspection job appointments, and "sale" of two state fire inspcctoi posts at S6.50 each. N A S H ' S COFFEE Wartburg Choir to Sing at New Hampton NE\V H A M P T O N--A mixe choir of 42 voices from Wartburg college at Waverly will appear ii St. Pauls Lutheran church Sunday afternoon. E. E. Liemohn is th director of the group. A dinner sponsored by the Luther league will hold a dinner in the evening. Six of Incumbents Renamed by Voters to Iowa City Council IOWA CITY. {/P;-- Final clec- lon returns Tuesday showed that owa City voters Monday re- lected six members of the in- umbent citizens non-partisan icket to the city council, but re- 'laced Mayor Myron J. Walker .nd one other alderman. Walker was defeated by Henry '. Willenbroclc, democrat, by the narrow margin of 19 votes in the mayorality race. John Grady, Prof. John F. Reilly, C. E. Beck, Ft. J. Phelps, and Everett Means, incumbent aldermen, were reelected. Sam Whiting, Jr., was elected third ward alderman to complete the council. Other incumbent candidates who were returned to office were Police Judge Burke N. Carson, City Assessor William J. White and City Treasurer E. B. Raymond. Charles A. Beckman, incumbent, and Dr. W. M. Rohrbacher to the city parks CITY COUNCIL CHECKS VOTE Sets April 1 7 as Date of Hearing on Appropriation The city council at a special meeting Tuesday morning canvassed the vote in Monday's municipal election and declared three of their number officially reelected for another three year term. Attending the meeting were Mayor H. C. Brown, Ray E. Pauley and Arleigh Marshall, who were re-elected to the council; Councilman Carl Grupp, City Manager Herbert T. Barclay, City Solicitor, H. J. Byyant and City Clerk Reria Mack. The council authorized the publication of the proposed budget and appropriation for the coming . Beginning his work in state official circles, lie served as secretary to Gov. Warren Garst of Iowa in 1908-09, and was later appointed state document editor. He was editor of the Iowa Census in 1915, and has served as editor of the Iowa Official Register (red book). Has WSfle Acquaintance Through his .newspaper work. Mr. Williams has been acquainted with many of the makers of Iowa history the past 50 years. He has taken a part on the programs of the Pioneer Lawmakers' association, the Sons of the American Revolution, Rotary clubs, the Pioneer club of Des Moines, and others. He had charge of the Des Moines office of the United States revenue collector for several years, and more recently was secretary of tlie Iowa industrial commission in charge of the administration of the workmen's compensation law. TRACE MACNIDER STOCK HOLDINGS Testimony Shows First National Company and Redincam Had Blocks Stockholdings of the Redincam orporation and the First National ompany in the Northwestern tales Portland Cement company t the stockholders' meetings in 929 and 1930 were brought out by F. A. Ontjes, counsel for the laimants, in the suit against the C. H. McNidei- estate in district ourt Tuesday. At tlie 1929 meeting the Redin- m corporation held 7,304Vz shaves and the First National company 2,900 shares, a total oE 10,- 704V- shares for the two firms controlled by Hanlord MacNider, Peter Anderson, secretary of the local cement company, testified. At the 1930 meeting the holdings were 8,464'/I and 2,910 shares, respectively, a total o£ 11,374% shares controlled by Mr. Mac- Nider who succeeded his father as president of the cement company. Transfers from Hanford Mac- Nider, the C. H. McNider estate, May H. McNider, Maude C. Senior, F/E. Keeler, Nellie L. Powell, H. \. O'Leary, W. H. L. McCourtie ind others boosted the two com- janics' holdings during the two years. Mr. Ontjes' questioning jrought out. Judge Henry N. Graven requested th_at Mr. Anderson be permitted ;o complete his testimony before anyone else was put on the'stand and it was believed that he would finish Wednesday. He has spent more than half of the trial's eight weeks on the witness stand. Off to (he races went their majesties. King George ana Queen Elizabeth of England, to watch the military steeplechase at Sanflown park near London. The ijucen's hat and coat occasioned comment among iht fashion-minded onlookers. PAST MATRONS MEET NORTHWOOD--M e m b e r s o£ the Past Matrons club of the local Eastern Star chapter were entertained at a 1 o'clock luncheon Mon" day afternoon at the home of Mrs. C. A. Walker, Mrs. E. N. Klove, Mrs. Lawrence Thompto and Mrs. G. \V. Haight being assisting hostesses. were elected commission. year ;md set April 17 as the date of hearing. Old records recently uncovered indicate the toll bridge across the North Plattc river near Fort Lar- amic, Wyo.. collected $40,000 in ithe year 1853. Birmingham Visits President Roosevelt WASHINGTON. HP -- Edward H. Birmingham, democratic state chairman of Iowa, called Tuesday on President Roosevelt. He told reporters he did not have time to discuss politics, but just exchanged greetings -c for old times' sake." Lime Springs Group Will Meet Thursday 1ME SPRINGS--Circle D of the M. E. aid will hold an old-fashioned school entertainment in the church parlors Thursday evening. A lunch will be sewed. Mrs. E. M. Sabin of Northwood Speaks at Meeting of Chapter NORTHWOOD -- Mrs. E. M. Sabin was guest speaker at the meeting of Sigma Beta Delphian chapter o£ this held Monday afternoon at the home ot Mrs. S. A. Pangburn, president of the club, giving information relative to a number of recent books. Mrs. Sabin, wife of the mayor of Northwood, is president of the Northwood Public Library association. O'Donnell Elected Head of Townsend Club at Dougberty DOUGHERTY --· Members of Townsend club No. 1 held a meet- ng Saturday evening in the newly furnished building formerly occupied by the beauty shop. Tht following officers were elected President, Don O'Donnell; vice president, John Boyle; secretary Bill Boyle; treasurer, Leste Campbell. The next meeting wil be on Thursday, March 30. ATTEND ANNIVERSARY ALEXANDER--Mr. and Mrs. . J. Bohlen and sons, Theodore id Herbert, and Mr. and Mrs. rank Bohlen and children, De- ores and Roland, went to Iowa alls Sunday to attend the 25th ·cdding anniversap' of Mr. and Irs. Earl Allen. During 1938 North Carolina acquired 120 new industries, including 42 hosiery mills, and G8 plant additions ot which 36 also were for hosiery. SEE US FOR THE BEST DEAL IN TOWN! REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS New York stock exchange rules re simple. If outsiders guess vrong, they must pay, if insiders get caught short, the qutsidei vasn't playing fair. --Wisconsin State Journal. Gold Mine Traded for Aie SYDNEY, Australia, 01,PJ -- An Australian counterpart ot the 3iblical character who sold his leritage lor a mess of pottage has been reported from the interior. Two men, tired of mining their gold claim without result, traded it for a case of ale. The ne\v own- . ers immediately started tunneling in the opposite direction and uncovered heavy deposits of gold. Since 1923 the cash income of Texas farmers from cotton has dropped from 5748,000,000 to £155,401,000, tlie latter including government payments. Minister, Family Honored by 70 at Wesley Reception WESLEY--A fellowship supper was held at the Congregational church basement Friday night honoring the Rev. and Mrs. OlaE Johnson and family, with about 70 persons present. Following the supper, a program was given and a purse of money presented to the Rev. Mr. Johnson in appreciation o£ his efforts and work in assisting in the building of the new basement. Lester Larson, chairman of the building committee, was toastmasler of the evening. FOR SPRING; 2 NEW MODELS AT NEWLOWERPR1CES STARTING *50 L O W E R Come and sec «hc brilliant new Hudson Pacemaker Six, on display today for the first time! Learn, too, about the new lowest priced Hudson--the 'Traveler Coupe! Cats you can buy at a saving and drive at a saving. PRICES START AMONG AMERICA'S LOWEST and up, delivered in Detroit, equipped to drive; Federal taxes paid, state tax extra. for MORE USED CARS IN MARCH .. . Fords, Chevrolets, Plymbuths, Hudsons, Hudson Terraplanes, Dodges, Pontiacs, Buicks, Oldsmobiles, Chryslers . . . In Trade on New Hudsons WEIL GIVE YOU MORE MONEY FOR YOUR CAR ... AND MORE CAR FOR YOUR MONEY We're selling the finest cars on the market today ... the best looking; the most comfortable, the SAFEST-with a lot of great new features you can't get anywhere else. You're driving a used car AND WE WANT IT. We'll pay you a top price to get it! Easter Play to Be Given on April 9 in j Meltonville Churcb MELTONVILLE--"The Way ot | the Cross'' is the Easter play to be ] given in the evening of Easter, ! April 9, in the Meltonville Com- j munity church. The young people o£ the church I will put on the play. j Special musical numbers and a i talk by the minister, the Rev. Russell Phillips, will precede the giving of the play. Missionary Visitor in Rudd Residence RUDD--Miss Grace Wood, a missionary from India, and her | sister. Miss Stella Wood ol Albert I Lea. Minn., were Tuesday dinner ' guests at the Rev. C. H. Barnett home. Scholl. John P., to David 1 Randall $1.00 L17 B24 College Ad to Mason City. 10-20-38. Stuart, R. R. and Mabel, t Sheffield Savings bank 51.00 QC E 35 feet L12 B4 Dougherty. 2-25 36. Jackson, Belle Parker, to Mat- j tie D. Boyd Sl.OO L9 B9 A. T. ! Parker Place Add to Mason City. 3-11-39. Beck, J. Francis and Helen D., to Mable M. Patrick $1.00 QCD W. 153 feet L. 12 Subd. SE 10-96-20. 2-28-39. Rich, E. H. and Maud to Oswald Strand SI L 4 B 17 Plymouth 320-39. Mullanev, Jessie A. and John D to Clara Adams SI QCD EVz L 16 Auditor's subd. of EVi SE 18-9620. 3-20-39. Robinson, G. A. Katherine C to R. C. Robinson $1 L 140 Fores Park M. C- 3-8-39. Gildner, W. E. Anna to A. L Spoils SI QCD SW 10-96-19. 3-10 39. Brubakcr. F. E. and Ethel to Lloyd R. Barrett and Lottie R., S L 9 B :! A. T. Parker Place Add to M. C. 3-23-39. Midland. L. A. and Edna to Hartwick O. Roslien SI L I B 1 Norria' 1st Add. to M. C. 3-23-39. i Hardy. J. H. Minnie to Harry Chazen SI QCD L 7 H. E. Francisco's Add. to M. C. 3-23-39. Raymond, L. L. County Treaf. to J. H. Hardy S71.70 L 7 H. E. Miss Ann Kingsley in charge of the GLOBE-GAZETTE COOKING SCHOOL Wears and Endorses FREE! A pair of Paris Fashion Shoes wil! be given as one of the major gifts ct the Cooking School. RCH SHOES . . Francisco's Add to M. C. 3-15-39. Pinneke, Evelyn Fred to Bruce Crapser SI L 5 B 1 St. Francis' Park M. C. 2-20-39. Roc. C. L. and wf. to E. L. Zer- ble $1 L 11 B 9 E. Park PI. Add. 2-27-39. Fenton Couple Wed for 20 Years Feted j FENTON--Mr. and Mrs. E. K. 1 Johnson were honored at a party : on Sunday evening honoring their I tu-entieth wedding anniversary- i ~" SEEM! THE B U Y OF Y O U R L I F E HUDSON The evening was spent at cards j after \vhich lunch brought by the ' guests was served. The Johnsons were presented a gift. LAPINER MOTOR COMPANY Phone 1182 Mason City, Iowa 125 South Delaware 4-H Club Meets at Home Near Mitchell , MITCHELL--Jean and Betty i Cleveland were hostesses to their 1 4-H club at their farm home: a ! study of pictures being the sub- i jcct of the program. Following the business meeting lunch was served by the hostesses. GENERAL ELECTRIC REFRIGERATORS with Selective Air Conditions and New Low Prices P G - E AS ( ELF.CTBIC COMP.VW Sizes 4 to 10 AAA tq C what a grand and glorious feeling to, have absolute foot ease, and yet wear young smart shoes! These spring styles are made with every comfort feature in the newest materials... BLACK, FRESH EARTH, BLUE! 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