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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 7

Mason City, Iowa
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Tuesday, April 4, 1939
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MORSE WORKERS ENDING STRIKE .Will Return To Produce Plant Jobs Wednesday Morning Twenty workers will return to their jobs at the E. G. Morse produce plant Wednesday morning, bringing to an end a strike that has continued for three weeks. The company contract with the packing house union provides for a 5 cents an hour increase in pay, seniority rights, employment of only one member of each family and exclusive use of women for egg grading and chicken picking Jobs. The contract was described as . "open shop" by the management and as a "modified closed shop" by the union officials. It provides that the company employ the present list of employes under seniority rights as long as available. After that the company may hire anyone regardless of whether he is a member of the union and whether the new employe joins the union is entirely up f to him, according to contract provisions. "I think it is a good contract for both sides," said Harry Sondergaard, plant superintendent. "It should make tin's one o£ the best produce plants in Iowa. It eliminates the evils that were hurting both sides." Members of the union planned to meet Tuesday evening to pass on minor points in the contract and to sign the document, \V. W. Elliott, business agent, stated. "We have eliminated the important difficulties in the negotiations and only one or two minor points remain to be passed on," said Mr. Elliott. MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE "Christ Triumphant" Presented at Rake, in Lutheran Church RAKE -- The Easier cantata "Christ Triumphant" was given to a capacity crowd at the Zion Lutheran church Sunday evening by the joint choirs of the Bethlehem Lutheran church of Buffalo Center and the Zion church of Hake. The choir, composed of 50 voices, was under the direction of the Rev. S. O. Sorlien, pastor of both congregations. Clarice Jenson of Buffalo Center was piano accompanist. The organ prelude and piano offertory was played by Naomi Sorlien. Going south for the winter has its drawbacks. Where it isn't cold enough to keep windows closed, you get no rest from the neighbors' radios--Fountain Inn Tribune. Offerings A Quality Collection of Smart Apparel at Irresistible Prices -- TOMORROW! COAT Successes! Dressy! Sport! Casual! Navy! Colors! 16 95 Flattering reefer, boxy and swing-back coats for Easter promenade! Dressy blacks and navies with intricate pleats and tucks! Sporty Ref lectone fleeces in marvelous Mist Blue, Teal, Grapetone--new tweeds in bright mixtures ! Clever 3-Piece aever d-riece , ^^ a SUITS* 24 95 The ideal EasXer outfit! A softly styled jncket and skirt oE select she t binds-enhanced by distinctive topcoat in smart tweed or shajj-top fabrics! Jacket and Dress COSTUMES 12 95 Stn lining cli eeks. plaids-, stripe.*, SprinR colors in ben utifi illy tailored jackets --over dresses tbni are captivating a n tl individual! WEAR THE WOOL JACKETS SEPARATELY! Man-Tailored SUITS $ 16 95 FJaKerijiR M ifls carefully iruicle \vtth slim waists. v/idc shoulders . , . draped fronts: Grey, n a v y o r Mack C-iroMncr stripes gabardines that wear to perfection! DRESS Beauties! Prints! Pastels! Navies! Laces! Jacket Styles! Featuring gorgeous E a s t e r colors--Capri Blue, M a u v e , R o s e , Cyciamon. Cigarette, Aqua! Smart checked sharkskin jacket dresses! Charming navy bolero models! Gorgeous new prints! Clover cape and redingote styles! Exquisite laces! N. "Tukie" Haynes s Seriously 111 at )es Moines Hospital William "Tukie" Haynes, son of air. and Mrs. Stanley L. Haynes, 023 Pennsylvania avenue norlh- ast, is seriously ill at the Mercy lospifal at Des Moines and is be- ieved to be suffering from a tumor in the brain. He will undergo an iperation in Des Moines Wednes- iay morning. "Tukie" was taken o the hospital last Friday. He is - sophomore in high school. irerrien Extinguish 'ire at Green Mill, VI. St. L. Tracks Firemen extinguished two fires ^uesday morning--one at the Ireen Mill, 117 North Federal ivenue, at 10:07 o'clock, when jrease on the stove caught fire in he kitchen--and the other at the M. St. L. right-of-way, where , r rass caught fire from a rubbish ire at the rear of 606 East State '.reel at 11:30 o'clock. TUESDAY, APRIL 4, 1839 3 SOUTH FEDERAL VIrs. Bertha Joyner Elites Held. Burial at Memorial Park · Funeral services for Mrs. Bertha Joyner, 48, who died at her home, 1302 Washington avenue northwest, Saturday afternoon follow- ng an illness of four weeks, were leld. at the chapel o£ the McAuley and Son funeral home Tuesday afternoon. The Rev. J. Lee Lewis, pastor of the First Baptist church, was m charge of the services. Pallbearers were Jake Koci, James Platzek, Julius Hartwig, Carl Ziegler, Ferdinand Tretten and Elmer Scheka. Burial was at Memorial Park cemetery. Mrs. Jennie Ingham, Swaledale. Observes Her 70th Birthday SWALEDALE --.Mrs. Jennie Ingham of Swaiedale celebratec her seventieth birthday Sunday by entertaining the following children, grandchildren, and grea grandchildren. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Collins of Chapin; Mr. and Mrs Joe Ingham and children o Swaledale; Mr. and Mrs. John Brunstein and children of Mason City; Mr. and Mrs. William Hinz- erling and children of Adams Minn.; Mrs. D. W. Fernau and children of Lonerock; Mr. anc Mrs. Fines Ingleam and children of Swaledale; Mr. and Mrs. Claude Collins and children of Fredricksburg; Mr. and Mrs. Harry Collin' nnd children of Chapin; Mr anc Mrs. Maynai-a Collins of Geneva Jessie Wayne Collins of Chapin and Mr. and Mrs. Howard Philpo also of Chapin. The great grandchildren present were Gertrude Ann and Donald, children of Claude Collins Doris and Laverna Collins, children of Harry Collins; Bichard Collins, son of Maynard Collins of Chapin, Rudd King's Heralds in Regular Meeting RUDD--The King's Heralds me Saturday afternoon with Bonnii Lee Schrader, Joan R y n e handled the lesson and Elva Babe had charge of the mystery bo? questions. Refreshments wer served. Aleonan Enters Plea of Guilty to Charge ALGONA--Frank Hanson. A] gona, withdrew his plea of no guilty and pleaded guilty before Judge Davidson M o n d a y on charges of breaking and enlerini and u-as given a year in thi county jail. He was, howevei oaroled to his employer, M. G Norton. The petit jury reported Tuesda- morning to hear the first ease fo trial. Dr. J. G. Clapsnddle versu Arthur Haag, et al was the firs trial and thc second" is the Stat' of Iowa versus Bernard Speraw. Mr. ant! Mrs. Otto Sutler, 2 Crescent drive, returned to Jlasoi City Monday afternoon after ai extended u-est const trip. The cou pie left Mason · City Feb. 23 am visited San Francisco and Los An geles. Cal., and also the Goldei Gate exposition. Charming home: The first littl one you build. Dinky little shack The .came one when you are mak ing more money.--Lincoln Sta; Coonhound Mothers 4 Cubs · · · i i * ·-- "·^-^^^^··iv i TM ·inma i IIIHM t M i i 11 M i\tmf\i f tnttfLfL ·MBBBXs.MS , Something new for a coonhound, these four cubs uorn to a circus'lioness near Jarkson Mich arc ? m Sf',i ' a ', lkS , 10 T° rCSt BESS '" a fox and coon hound owned by Fire Chief DorrSLCarr ofVa'ssar F - I ? «' ""Tl her CU Ji S S ?T a " Cr their birth at thc "' illter Barters of the Lew's Brothers ; Forest Bess took over thc job of mothering them. Three Are Named to State Board of Social Welfare King Palmer- of West " Union Among Those Appointed by Governor DES MOINE'S, (fP}~Gov. George A. Wilson Tuesday appointed the new stale board of social welfare. The members are: King: R. Palmer, West Union H. C. Beard, Mt. Ayr iVIrs. Mary Huncke, Des lUoines Palmer, an insurance man and a republican, was appointed for the full six year term. Beard, an attorney and the democratic member of the new board, was named for a four year term, expiring June 30, 1943. Mrs. Huncke, who formerly did welfare work at Hull House in Chicago with Jane Addams, was appointed for a two year term, ending June 30, 1941. She is a republican. Go to Senate All subsequent appointments' 1 will be for six years. ' The names now go to the senate for confirmation. The post pays $.4,000 a year. The new full time board supplants the part-time Jive member boai-d set up in 1937. Membe_rs of the old board were "W. F. Miller, Independence; Ivan O. Hasbrouck, Jefferson; the Rt. Rev. Monsignor Martin Cone, Davenport: Mrs. B. C. Hopkins, Des Moines, and E. P. Schoentgen, Council Bluffs. The welfare board administers relief, old age pensions, and aid for the needy blind and dependent children. Supervise 520,000,000 The new setup will supervise disbursement of nearly $20,000,000 a year. One member of the board must be a democrat, and one must be a woman, according to the act, one of the first reorganization measures passed by the current legislature. Beard is 81, and a graduate of the State University of Iowa. He formerly was assistant U. S. district attorney under the late E. G. Moon of Ottumwa. He was a member of the first Ringgold county old age pension board. Palmer, 46, was graduated from Upper Iowa university at Fayette, To\va, where he specialized in social science. Mrs. Huncke lias had cvpcn'cncc in Red Cross and child welfare activities in addition to her settlement work in Chicago. DEFEAT RESOLUTION OX APPOINTMENT DELAY DE5 MOINES. WP-- A few minutes before Gov. George A. Wilson announced his welfare board appointment* Monday, the senate voted down a resolution calling his attention !o the fact many of his appointments arc overdue. ' The vote was 36 (o II. Tn defense of the governor, republican senators had charged the rc.-'olution smacked too much of politic.-. Democratic Senators Edward Breen, Fort Dodge, and M. X. Geske. McGregor, filed the resolution charging the governor with "overlooking" the la\v requiring ap- Shakespeareans of )sage Have Meeting OSAGE -- The Shakespeareai lub met Tuesday' afternoon a he home of Mrs. J. H. Baker. Mrs. Maurice Champion read )aper on "America's Cultur Barometer." Mrs. Albert Swanson led tb iiscussion on the following topic; 'Selected Viewpoints of America 1 Social Trends," Harry Overstree Will Durant, Oswald Spengle Hendrick VanLoon. KING R. PALMER. IT'S EASTER Want s o m e gorgeous ideas? Send her an Easter plant -- fragrant hyacinths, cheery tulips, a b r i g h t hydrangea, a snow-white lily or a rambler rose. AS LOW AS $1.00 Kemble's Greenhouse Main Office Downtown Shop 1205 S. Federal 7 West State Phone 55 Phone 416 pointments to various state boards and commissions within 60 days after a legislature convenes. 16 Granted Citizenship by Kepler Sixteen applicants were granted their citizenship in district court here Tuesday morning but the petition of Mrs. Frances Cardarelli. Mason City, was taken undei advisement by .Tudge M. H. Kepler after Carl Rain, U. S. naturalization examiner, had recommended that it be dismissed. 'T am of the opinion that this petition should be dismissed," saic the examiner after he had questioned Mrs. Cardnrelli concerning nn alienation of affections sui brought by her husband last fal which later was settled out ol court. Questioned Wi [nesses Thc examiner also questioned "Irs. Cardarelli's two witnesses concerning their opinion of hei moral character. Lester Dibble declined to answer the question pointing out that he was attorney for L. W. Patterson against whom the alienation of affections sui was filed. Mrs. Anna Reed. 315 Delawan avenue .northeast, the other witness, said that she considered Mrs Cardarelli to be of good mora character nnd that she had visited in the Cordarelli home. She ad milted having no knowledge of the matters involved in the alienation suit. Granted Citizenship Those who were granted U. S citizenship i n c l u d e d Frederick Borger. Mason City, born in Russia: Walter C.. Grainger, Mason City, born in Canada; Mrs. Emm: Luise Peters, Mason City, born ii Germany; John K. Kowalski. Clea Lake, born in Poland. Mrs. Jennie Barias. Mason City born in Greece; Mrs. Katherin Elizabeth Schultz, Mason City born in Russia: Vasih'os Kolos toumois, Mason City, born ii Greece; Miss Frieda Geissmar Mason City, born in Germany Peter G. Lang. Mason City, born ii Hungary. Mrs. Tillie Ognard, Mason City, born in Plymouth; Mrs. Margarets Schroeder. Clear Lake, born in Germany: Mrs. Alta May Oettchen, Clear Lake, born at Ogrien; Mr.. Magna Anderson, Ventura, born in Denmark; Mrs. Ida Hobbicbrun- ken, Rocku-el!, born at Rockwell; Henry A. Hobbiebrunken, Rockwell, born in Germany, and Fritz Frid, Mason City, born in Sweden. MEETINGS BEING HELD CHAPIN -- There are special meetings being held here in both the Congregational and Methodist churches this week. GRAND JURORS STARTING WORK Begin Consideration of Dozen Criminal Matters in Court Seven members of the April erm of the Cerro Gordo county jrand jury were sworn Tuesday and retired to consider more than a dozen criminal cases which have been transcripted from lower courts. Ralph J. Wilson, 1043 Second street northwest, was sworn as :oreman. The other members are ·"rank Emmert, route 2, Mason City; Roy L. Harmon, Plymouth; C. E. Hilts, Clear Lake; John Jenkins, Rockford; James Peterson, Clear Lake; William Pope Mason City, and A. H. Stiel, Cleai " ake. Among those bound over lo the grand jury are Pete Lichman charged in police court with driv- ng while intoxicated; Henry A Riekens, charged in the justice court of C. W. Wallace, Clear Lake with operating a motor vehicle without consent of the owner James Gassett, charged in the same court with intoxication in a public place. Truman Dunahoo, charged i police court with driving while nloxicated; Vern F. Gillette, charged in the justice court of Howard Rcmley with larceny of a motor vehicle; George Deming, charged in the same court with desertion; James Cook, bound over from police court for failure to stop and give aid after being involved in an accident causing-injury to a person. Larry Skuttle, Silas Plaits, John Potter, Dexter Ewers and Dale E. Clawson, all bound over from police court on charges ot driving while intoxicated. Two Stolen Cars in Garner Vicinity Are Located by Sheriff GARNER--A 1939 Chevrolet belonging to Clint Daniels, farmer three miles east of here, was stolen some time Sunday night, it was discovered Monday. County Sheriff L. M. Brower, who investigated Monday, said that it was apparent the new car was pushed from the garage out to the pavement and there started and driven away. Not far from the Daniels farm a 1032 Ford was abandoned, and Sheriff Brower said Monday night that he had learned his car was stolen at Sheffield Friday night. Famous for Flavor SALAM TEA H-8 · Just received! A special shipment of beautiful new 6-way ffoor lamps. · They are offered at one amazingly low price made possible by a f o r - tunate purchase. · They are the latest style lamps available. New 6-Woy BETTER SIGHT FLOOR LAMP Eyesight Is Priceless-Light Is Cheap! With Bulbs and Silk Shade? NOTE! Heavy silk shade in choice of colors. 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