The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on January 25, 1945 · Page 4
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January 25, 1945

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 4

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THURSDAY, JANUARY 25, 1943 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE OFFICIALS HERE TO GET RECORDS ON MURDER CASE Spirit Lake Officers Laying Groundwork for Heincy Trial - Two Dickinson county officials and 2 state patrolmen from that area were in Mason City Thursday checking up on evidence .and reading Globe-Gazette files in preparation for a murder trial that is set to start next Monday at 10 a. m. before Judge Hudson of Pocahonlas. · · . At that time Philip Heincy and William H. Heincy, who have entered pleas of guilty to charges of first degree slaying o£ an elderly farmer, will be up for sentence. Here seeking evidence in behali of the state were Sheriff Joe L. McQuirk and County Attorney Walter Bedell of Spirit take and Patrolmen Beii Brasser. and Lee Holt. . . · - ; . The testimony of Officer Ernes' Wood of the Mason City police force and photostatic copies of stories from the Globe-Gazette on Aug. 5 and 6, 1931, will be used as state's evidence. These editions carried the story · of the capture here of -W. H. Baker and P. H Smith, believed to have been the Heincys. They are being present ed to show that the Heincys hav a long record of crime. PLANNING FOR SCOUT COURSE District Committee Discusses Scout Week Plans for an introductory cours in scouting, to be held at the Lin coin school next Wednesday'wer made at the regular meeting of th Cerro Gordo District committee o Piles I Mil -But He SMILES, Now Be wiso nahc was. "Use same formula UM by doctors adjunctiveJv at noted Thorn ton Minor Clinic. Surprising QUICJ palliative relief of pain, itch, aorejiess. Helps soften and tends to shrink swell lag. Get tube Thornton Minor-si Recta Ointment--or Thornton . Mlcor Rectal Suppositories. If not delighted with thi DOCTORS' way, low cost is refunded At mil dru£ stores everywb ere--In Bflso CIlj, at Ford Hopkins and Oie* Ore BEAUTY AIDS COSMETICS -- TOILETRIES at OSCO BELGIAN LANDSCAPE--Cows move peacefully through snow-covei-ed' fields on the 1st army front In Belgium. When this picture was made American troops were fighting .to, dislodge German troops entrenched on hill in background. , the Boy Scouts at the Cerro Gordo hotel, Wednesday evening. Plans also were announced for the celebration of Boy Scout Week, Feb. 8 to 14, by the displaying of scoutcra£t in the downtown windows, radio broadcasts, skits to be put on at the different service clubs and schools and each unit holding, special meetings during that week. An Eagle Court of Honor will be held at Music hall Feb. 22. Goals and the objectives of the 6 operating committees of the district were discussed and made. The prime objective'of the entire district committee this year is to give better service to sponsoring institutions. . C. E. Leffler of Seig-Mason City was introduced as the new chairman for the district on health and safety. * Fred Wagner, Vice-chairman of the district, presided at the meeting. Allison--Dr. and Mi's. E. C. Weisbard' left Monday for Des Moines where they will attend the veterinarians' convention. They were accompanied fey Mrs. J. B. Weires who will visit relatives. AsMwtis* InPWfNTS' MABAZ1NE Your cTiild deserves the bcsl! In leather; in scientifically designed lasts; in hidden reinforcing at points of strain; in erottn-up stylinc; in extra-careful workmanship and added touches of refinement, Poll-Parrots are worth finding! Come in and let us show you what they can do for those erowine feet! POLL-PARROT SHOES with UUILT-IN FIT for Boys and Girls |.95 105 NORTH FEDERAL RETAILERS BOND PARTY ON FEB. 6 Hunt's Orchestra to Provide Music All employes of Mason City retail establishments who sold $300 or more in series E war bonds during the fith war loan drive will a'e guests of the retailers' war bond committee at a party Feb. 6 'at the Hotel Hanfordj Abe Birenbaum, committee chairman, announced Thursday. · Earl Hunt's orchestra will play for dancing'in the V/edgewood room and the lobby from 8:30 until 12:30 o'clock. An intermission program, of entertainment is"- being planned by KGLO staff members. ' · · ' . . ' ' ' . . ' · . "We're counting on a big evening with between 700 and ··1,000 persons present," Birenbaum said. Admission to the party will be by ticket only. Eligible employes will be issued tickets by their iirms. "Tickets will be non-trans- :errable, ; .Birenbaum explained, jut each employe invited · may sring a guest. The retailer's war bond commit^ :ee, is in charge of the- entire affair,; ;including dancing, -refresh^ menti-and entertainment.-;.Every effort will be made to.arrange an evening-enjoyable for retail em- ployes of all ages. . John Vance is vice chairman of e retailers' c o m m i t t e e and Frank Williams will supervise the welcoming and refreshment committees. ' · ' · ' · ' · ' ' · George Hatges Rites Held at Greek Church; Burial in ElmWodd , Funeral services for George Hatges, 51, who died suddenly Saturday following a heart attack, were,held at the Greek Orthodox c h u r c h Wednesday afternoon, wi th Fat h er Ambrose G iannoukos officiating. . Pallbearers were Nick Logothetis, James Banos, Nick Bak- ratges, Nick Challas, John Cazanas and'Tony Skarles. Burial was at Elmwood cemetery. The Meyer funeral home in charge. Henry King Rites Held Here; Burial at Memorial Park Funeral services for Henry H. King, 88, who died in a local hospital Sunday following a lingering illness, were held Wednesday morning at the Meyer funeral home, with Father P. J. Behan, of St. Joseph's Catholic church, officiating. Pallbearers were John Gagnon, James O'Donnell, Earl Cornelius and Tim Phalen. Burial was at Memorial Park cemetery, with the Meyer funeral home in charge. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Fagan of Marshalltown and a number of friends from R o c k w e l l and Dougherty attended the services. I Decorah Man, Missed j by Neighbors, Found Dead; Natural Causes Decorah--Neighbors investigating the absence of Albert Traaen, 62, found him dead in his home here late Wednesday. Death was attributed to natural causes. Soldier Returns Home With Army Discharge Forest City--Pvt. John Golbuff arrived home Tuesday having received his army discharge. He has been in the army about 13 months and was sent home from New Guinea on a hospital ship in November. 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