The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on April 30, 1936 · Page 3
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April 30, 1936

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 3

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DOLLIVER TALKS TO WRIGHT VETS County Legion Organization Entertained at Meeting in Goldfield. GOLDFIELD--The local American Legion post was host to the · county Legion members at the Memorial hall Tuesday evening with a good attendance. James I. Dolliver of Fort Dodge, state vice commander, was the principal speaker. He '. was introduced by Dr. F. H. Kelly,' county commander and spoke on the guiding principles of the Legion. He urged greater co-operation among the various units. Other speakers included Joe Gunderson of Eagle Grove, third district commander and Frank Champlin, Holmes, secretary of the Wright county relief commission. MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, APRIL 30 M 1936 THREE Wreck of Auto in Fatal Crash Cedar Falls Company Salaries Reported WASHINGTON, (/P)_The Viking Pump company, of Cedar Falls, la., reported to the securities commission that President J. George Wyth received a salary of $18,761 in 1935 compared with $11,327 in 1934. Other comparative salaries for the two years from company officials were P. C. Petersen, treasurer. $8,400 and $6,253, and H. p. Hansen, iron foundry manager, $2,942, and the same. . Maybe we don't grow wiser with age. We feel wise, of course, but we felt that way at 18.--Kewanee Star- Courier. FRIDAY AND SATURDAY Clearance STUNNING HATS 97* Worth $1.85 Straws, fcfo, Fioncs? Copies of Expenuvt Imports 9 ANOTHER GROUP Colofs to mateh or Wend with every costume. $2.85 values . , _ _ . , » , H97 1 The wrecked automobile in which Thomas, 71 year old Bernard farmer, was fatally injured near Dubuque in a collision with a truck transporting 27 WPA workers, is shown above. Two workers were injured but were expected to recover. (Iowa Daily Press Photo) Davenport Youth Wins National Accounting Contest in 4-H Clubs AMES--Robert Parmele, Davenport, Scott county 4-H club boy, Thursday was announced as winner of the 1935 national 4-H club farm accounting contest. Robert, 18, had previously won the state and sectional contests, with, the complete loose leaf business record of his father's 240-acre livestock farm. As national winner the farm boy has his choice of a farm tractor, a %-ton truck or a $500 merchandise certificate donated by the International Harvester company. The national committee which judged the sectional winners from all over the United States asserted that Robert's book was complete, accurate and well summarized, and that his analysis pointed out weak spots and suggested improvements for the farm business. Edward Sealine. Stratford, Hamilton_ county 4-H club boy, was named the new state winner in the contest, and replaces Parmele. He will received a $100. prize the International Harvester company. Winners of the county contests announced included Ralph Schuchart, Osage, Mitchell county, and Oscar Melcher, Charles City, Floyd county. Work on New Theater in Hampton Started; To Open in 45 Days HAMPTON--Construction work started Tuesday morning on a new theater here by Charles Peterson owner and operator of the elaborate 650 capacity Windsor theater, already operating here. The new theater will be located in the old Keefe building north of the courthouse, which many years ago housed the old Star theater and which has been purchased by Mr. Peterson. The new theater will have a seating capacity of approximately 350 and will be operated at moderate prices. Upholstered seats, cooling system and the most modern sound equipment will be installed, and the theater will open in approximately 45 days. The building will be completely remodeled and a modernistic front, box office and canopy will be installed. The interior of the building will also be redecorated. "GIVE *vi US MORE" PLEADED YOUTH after Buttreys first showing of J Htre They Art LEFT Style 182- Perk, pleaty, young, gay, tttoctfv* print in light pastel colors. RKSHT Style 190-"^^" Fresh from Paris with its new Margot rusching. It has everything. Comes in both print and plain colors including the new violet shade. SIZES 1S TO 20 Mail Ord«f» Filled Promptly i tv' District Court Will Open May 2 at Osage OSAGE--The May term of district court will open here Saturday, May 2, with Judge Joseph J. Clark of Mason City, presiding. Petit jurors drawn for this term include F. J. Alberts, Osage; Alice Witt, Osage; Arthur Kroneman, Mitchell; Ernest Haugen, Osage; Lawrence Priem, St. Ansgar; Thomas B. Hughes, Riceville; Ed Grinstead, Osage; John D. Gaffey, Riceville; Sam Waid, Orchard; Willis Barenz, Little Cedar; Julius Olson, Osage; John Johanns, Osage; Louis May, Stacyville; Charles Dorow, Osage; O. J. Johnson, Osage; Mildred Anderson, Riceville; Berm'ce Lockie, Riceville; Lars Berge, Osage; C J. Magnusson, Osage; Nina Jackson, St. Ansgar; Beata Falk, Stacyville; Carl Dahl, St. Ansgar; Robert Nyman, Mitchell; Harry Neus, Osage; Henry Stromley, Lyle, Minn.; Addie Roberts, Osage; Helen Whittaker, Osage; Charles Mackin, Osage; Lester Johnson, Mitchell; Jules Ser- leth, Orchard. There are four cases to come before the grand jury this term, H. A. Higgins, James Pa- pach, Clint Buttolph and Harold D. Evans. There are 21 new cases. Luther Players Will Present Comedy May 5 DECORAH--Next Tuesday, May 5, at 8 o'clock, the Luther college campus players will present a three act comedy, "Jonesy", as their first production of the year, at C. K. Preus gymnasium in Decorah. Their play is a student project, all actors, director and other officials being members of the campus players. Luther dramatic society. Hubert Nelson of Decorah, plays the title role opposite Ruth Gordon, of Chicago. The play is directed by Robert Nelson, Decorah senior. Others in the cast are Solveig Dorrum, Eleanor Dorrum, Gladys Gjevre, Paul Press, Anna Boe, Willard Linnevold and Willis Dirks, all of Decorah; Gerhard Belgum, Minneapolis; Norman Nyhag-en, StougMon, Wis.; Adolph Harstad, Fairfax, Minn.; and Eugene Nordby, Baldwin, Wis. **» Garmes Funeral to Be Saturday in Ridgeway RIDGEWAY -- Funeral services for HenrjP Adam Garmes, who died Tuesday evening, will probably be held on Saturday at 1 p. m. at the Iveraon undertaking parlor of Decorah. Burial will be at Postville. Mr. Garmes was born at Garnavillo on Aug. 24, 1856. In 1880 he was married to Miss Minnie Sen- bolz by the Rev. Mr. Knee. After living five years on a farm south of Luana, Mr. and Mrs. Garmes moved to Postville where he worked at the carpenter trade for 20 years. The couple then moved to Charles City where they resided 19 years before coming to Ridgeway. He is survived by his widow, four children, Mrs. Louis Beil of Ridgeway, Eli, Levi and Harold Garmes. one brother, John of Monona, two sisters, Mrs. William Doering and Mrs. Mary Knuth, both of Luana, four grandchildren and one great grandchild. Returns From Dundee. CHAPIN--Mrs. D. E. Van Every returned home from Dundee where she had been for a few weeks caring for her brother, who-is seriously ill. Saturday, Last CXTRA! J u s t i n ? . . . Lots of New Style Cloth Coats Ji'st In!..Lots New Spring Florals last color SHEERS A Special Purchase for Ward Week! Don't Miss This. Regular Price S7.98! White and Oxford Cloth $2.98 A good practical assortment of sheers for youngsters' togs, curtains and any number of other things. Florals in Summery colors. Washes like a. charm. 36 inches wide. A Sale for a Limited Number of Lucky Women in Mason City New 1936 Cabinets! Fully Guaranteed Units Built in Wards Own Factory! $5 S M A L L C A R R Y I N G C H A R G E Housewives! Get here early! Bring your husbands! Don't let anythmg prevent you from seeing this amazing Ward value! Remember, we have only these few to sell at this low nrice and you may not have another opportunity like this in years! Hurryl Jttere Arc Just a Fciv of the F 4 - Hermetically sealed unit, thoroughly tested. Enclosed freezing unit with porcelain door SPECIAL P U R C H A S E ! SiLK DRESS LENGTHS 98c to $1.49 Qualities on Wnrsls free! 2 pounds of paste g i v e n with every $2 w a l l p a p e r order f r o m w a l l selections. Non-Fading! Colors stay bright year after year! Cleonable! Even our 5c paper can be cleaned! New Beauty! Scores of designs by famed artists Room ' Lots OIF Room Beautiful new spring Prints for the attractive lady who wants to look well--limited quantity.

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