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April 30, 1936

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

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FOUR No. 4--War--Abroad and at Home- MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, APRIL 30 1936 LIFE STORY OF COLONEL FRANK KNOX IN SKETCH STRIPS KDITOR'S TUVI'V.- Thi« lo Ifc,. n-..t «» «-. .. . ^ . ·* · · % · I *f KDITOB'S NOTE: This is the first of a series of sketches of the lives of 1936 presidential possibilities. -Sketched by C. H. Crittenden, Central Press Artisf- With the end of the Bull Moose campaign and the defeat of lioth Theodore Kooseveit and William H. Taft by Woodrow Wilson, Frank Knox was urged to enter the newspaper field in . New Hampshire. Thus at 32 he, together with his partner, dis- · posed of their paper in Sault · Ste. Marie and established a new one in Manchester, N. H. It" eventually absorbed two others. Six years after Knox moved to New Hampshire the United States entered tile World war. Although more than 40, he enlisted with the militia as a private, was sent to training school, went overseas as a major in the 78th division, saw active service at the front and returned home a lieutenant colonel. Thus Knox has served at the front in two wars. While abroad Kno.v, then a major, demonstrated his organizing ability. He was in charge of a section of the ammunition trains serving the front. Coming home from the war, Kno.v returned to his newspaper work in New Hampshire. Theodore Kooseveit had died, but a friend of "Tcddy;s". was appearing on the political horizon--General Leonard Wood. Cresco High Qualified for 8 Musical Events CRESCO--Cresco high school music student will enter the state music contest at Iowa City Thursday to "Saturday. They are qualified for seven events, girls' glee club, mixed chorus, orchestra, mixed small vocal group, girls' small vocal group, boys' small vocal group, and soprano 'solo. Cresco will be host Saturday afternoon to the track teams of Osage, Charles City and New Hampton. This will be the first.meet of the year in which the events of the program will be competed on an individual basis. The county meet will be held at Cresco on Tuesday, May 5. Teams from Elnia', Lame Springs, and Cresco Will be entered. Colonel Knox became floor leader for the Wood forces at the convention in Chicago. There finally was a deadlock, with Warren G. Harding of Ohio, a "dark horse" candidate, and an Old Guarder, winning the nomination--and the subsequent election. Knox returned to his newspaper property for three more years. 100 at Meeting for Rural Electrification Promotion in Wright CLARION--Plans for promotion of the rural electrification program were made at a meeting called by R. W. Adamson, Wright county agent. One hundred interested farmers were present. The meeting was led by G. J. Long of the rural electrification administration. Mr. Long explained the applicant for rural electrification, under the new plan, may obtain a loan from the rural electrification administration. Township chairmen were appointed to each township. The chairmen are to select co-operators from each school district to complete the organization. Paul V. Mather of Norway township was selected aa chairman of the Wright county . organization George Kirstein of Woolstock wit act as vice chairman; G. J. Miller oi Wall Lake, treasurer, and Lyle Morford of Lincoln township, treasurer. The next meeting is schedu'ed for May 15, at which time the township committees will have a map giving the location, and tenant of each farm home. Revival Meetings Held. NORA SPRINGS--The revival at the Noi-a Springs Christian church is growing in attendance. The Rev. T. C. Mclntire of Fort Worth, Tex. is preaching. New Building: Suggested. HtlMBOLDT, IS")--Though it ha» no plumbing and stoves still supply the heat, the Humboldt county court building is still in use after 64 years of service. At the last election in 1923, a proposal to erect a new courthouse here was defeated. This year, agitation again appears for the new building, this time asking for assistance from federal funds. Lay Pipes In River Bed. STACYVILLE--Flood gates on ;he Little Cedar river here were pened Monday to empty the river bed. The sewer pipes leading from the disposal plant will be laid on the river bed. The outlet will be below he dam. He (till ridei well Mitchell County Seeding Is Practically Finished OSAGE--Practically all seeding in Mitchell county is completed. The few light rains of the past week helped the pastures which are coming along in fine shape. Some farmers are doing their spring plowing. Others are getting the fields ready for corn planting which probably will not start until around May 15. Seed corn is so scarce that farmers will be able to make only one planting. Former Resident Fatally Hurt, MITCHELL--Word has been received by friends here of the death of Frank B. Danley of Pomona, Cal., a former Mitchell man, who died in a Pomona hospital April 8 from injuries receivd in an auto ac cident. Judge Advises Man to Obtain Spiritual Guidance Elsewhere A Sensational Money-Saving Sale That Breaks All Records for Valne-Giving Come to Tradehome and SANDALS WIDE STRAPS FLATS SPORTS DES MOINES, (S^-~ If John David Lewis .of Des Moines follows the admonition of Municipal Judge Ralph L. Powers he will seek his spiritual guidance from someone other than Miss Naomi Keener, 22 year old Des Moines evangelist. Miss Keener testified before the judge that Lewis, a member of her "flock," had been writing love letters and pursuing her with unwelcome advances. "He was always trying to get familiar," she told the judge.. "I tried to give him the spiritual help he needed, just as I would anyone who came to my church, but he would invariably try to make something else out of it." Lewis admitted the infatuation but said he did not realize his at.. tentions were unwelcome. Judge Powers, suspending a 20 day sentence, advised him to seek his spiritual guidance elsewhere. Many North lowans on Legion Program to Be Given at Forest City FOREST CITY-- Among.--, those from North Iowa who will appear on the program at the eighth dis- rict Legion ana Auxiliary confer- nce in. Forest City Tuesday, May , are:, W. G. Henke of Charles City, tate commander; R. J. Laird, formerly of Algona, state adjutant; H. Bowman of Swea City, graves registration chairman; C. D. Brudage of Algona, highway safety chairman; Jack Higley of Bmmetsburg, legislative chairman; George A. Bemis of Garner, national defense chairman; James Doliiver of Fort Dodge, vice commander of the state; Wendell Osbrink, V. C. Stueland, Dr. C. H. Potter, C. W. Stevenson and L. D. Prewitt of Forest City. On the Auxiliary program will be Mrs. Leo Kinsetb. of Bode and Mrs. Walter Otis of Forest City. The state and district officers of both organizations will attend the conference. The Auxiliary will hold morning and afternoon sessions. The Legion will meet in the afternoon and both groups join in a banquet in the evening. A parade, drum and bugle contest, dance and card party will complete the entertainment. Helmick, 84, Retired Davenport Lawyer, Dies DAVENPORT, CB--John M. Helmick, S4, retired lawyer, died early Tuesday a t his home here after a lingering illness. Last year he received from the Iowa Bar association a scroll at a public banquet in recognition of his long and faithful service. Faithful Dog Guards Home Against Firemen MUSCATTNE, UP) -- Muscatine firemen broke into the Carl Borchardt home through a window to reach an attic fire, for the Bor- chardts were away from home. But before they could put out the fire, they had to lure the Borchardt dog into the kitchen and lock him there, for he met them at the win. dow with teeth bared. Same Pallbearers for Hartgraves as Served Wife 4 Weeks Previous DTJMONT, (JPt--Funeral services for Judson. Hartgraves, 84, were held Tuesday afternoon at the home in charge of the Rev. P. W. Pfaltzgraff of Hubbard. The same singers and pallbearers as those for his wife who died four weeks ago, were used. They were Mr. and Mrs. Vem Ahrens, Mrs. August Stock. Jr., and George Rosenstock with Mrs. Raymond Pfaltzgraff at the piano. Pallbearers were Jacob Pfaltzgraff, Fred Pfaltzgraff, John Wendt, Fred Dennis, p. T. Licuwen, and Will Stock. Interment was in the local itmetery. Work Hour Earlier. NEWTON, OP)--In preparation for warmer days to come, one large factory here has started its day of operations at 7 a. m., instead of 8 a. m. Throughout the summer the workers will wind up the day at 4 p. m. Bakery Proprietor Buried. NASHUA--Fred Herman Uch- tenstein, proprietor of the Home bakery, died Monday of carcinoma, after an illness of a few weeks. Funeral services were held at the Methodist church Wednesday afternoon, the Rev. Earl Hodg-kin officiating. Pallbearers were the following businessmen, G. E. Ellison, Roy Scoles, Cecil and Clark Knight, Frank Wright and K. S. Corey LOOK, GRANDMA-THE WASH ISN'T NEARLY AS WHITE AS I EXPECTED. MAYBE I'M NOT USING THE RIGHT SOAP. THE SUDS SEEM SO FLAT WHATS THAT YOU SAY? I SHOULD USE RINSO? IT GIVES RICHER 1 SUDS THAT GET CLOTHES 40R5 SHADES WHITER IN HARDWflTER? I'LL TRY IT NOW -- BETTER CALL UP THE MAN WHO SOLD YOU THE WASHER HE OUGHT TO KNOW WHAT SOAP TO USE LATER.../1/ra? TRY/ffG/Uf/SO ^-- ^^ THERE! JUST SEE ^ HOW MUCH WHITER J THIS BATCH OF CLOTHES IS \ THANKS TO RINSO'S )l ' LIVELY SUDS / LANDS SAXES! WHAT A ·DIFFERENCE RINSO MAKES. 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"HE BIGGEST-SELLING PACKAGE SOAP IN AMERICA « to satisfy yourself with something belter 18 South Federal Mason City Chicagoan, Blind and Crippled, Gets Seven Years for Swindling INDIANOLA, (j$)--Moe Scboen- berger of Chicago, blind and crippled, received a seven year term in Fort Madison state prison for swindling a Warren county priest out Of 51,000 in 1932. Warren county officers returned Schoenberger 'here from Chicago where police said, he had a. long: record as a confidence man. He waived extradition on the Iowa charge and pleaded.guilty. Sheriff Frank Houghteling said Schoenberger swindled the priest, Father John Burkheiser of Lacona, by telling him an aircraft company in, which the priest owned stock had been absorbed by another and arranging an exchange of stock on which tax had to be paid. The sheriff reported Chicago po- ice claimed Schoenberger has been 'the brains" of a confidence gang since he became blind in 1924. Worth CountyiS Club Party Will Be Friday KEN-SETT--The annual Worth county boys' and girls' joint 4-H club party will be held Friday evening in the Kensett high school beginning at 8 o'clock. Scenes will be shown which were taken while the winning 4-H club stock judging team was making its European trip under the leadership of B. W. Lodwick, former Worth 'county Farm | bureau agent and now engaged in state work. Albert Mueller, Manly, is chairman of the entertainment committee and will be assisted by Miss Thelma Allison, county girls' leader, and Kermit Iverson of the boys', group -Dooe Sedan--tStf Picture the perfect motor car-then compare It with Pontiac! a car ^ ^a 5^ you , ·*· fectly and see how this Silver Streaked beauty £lls the bill! It's the most beautiful thing on wheels. It has the finest featnres fiat money can buy. As for dependability--over 83 per cent of aH Pontiacs ever btrift are stffl in cse. And Pontiac's economy is beyond question. 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