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Mason City, Iowa
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Tuesday, April 4, 1939
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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE YANKEE CLIPPER FINISHES TRIP Giant Airliner Alights at Southampton on Last _ Lap From Marseille SOUTHAMPTON, England, (if) --The giant Pan-American Airways liner, the Yankee Clipper, alighted oft Southampton at 3:40 p. m. (9:30 a. m., CST) Tuesday, completing the last lap of her trans-Atlantic flight. She left Marseille at 11:23 a. m. (5:23 a. m., CST) on the 700-mile trip. The elapsed time was four hours, 17 minutes. Twenty-one persons were aboard the Clipper, which finished a flight of approximately 5,300 miles from Baltimore. She had made previous stops at Horta, the Azores; Lisbon; Bis- caroose, France, and Marseille. A number of British and American officials were on hand to greet the Clipper. jail and then suspended the sentences. The jail terms were imposed by the court after attorneys for the defendants had entered pleas o£ guilty to county attorney's infor- mations charging unlawful assembly. Previously 65 persons had been indicted on charges of conspiracy and malicious mischief. Those charges were dismissed by the court and the county attorney in- formations on the lesser charges substituted against 22 of the accused persons. 22 Given Suspended Sentences Following Strike at Sioux City SIOUX CITY, (/P)--Numerous criminal cases, which were the outgrowth, of disturbances in las.1 fall's strike of C. I. O. union members at the Swift packing planl here, were disposed of in districl court Tuesday morning when Judge A. O.-Wakefield sentenced 22 defendants to serve 30 days in "Petticoat Ranch" to Be Given April 21 by Woden Seniors WODEN--Work has begun on the senior class play entitled "Petticoat Ranch" to be given April 21. Included in the cast are Elvin Helm, Dean Crone, Deane Surn- gen, Ardella Gibson, Norman Stenerson, Paul Goslin, Betty Fredrickson, Florence Watson, Harold Anderson and Kathryn Kurtzleben. ' The play is a three-act comedy- drama and is under the direction of Miss Gwendolyn Roth. April Meeting Held by Luther Leaguers ALTA VISTA--The April meeting of the Luther league was held Sunday night at the Zion Lutheran church parlors with practically all members in attendance. A short talk was given by the pastor, the Rev. A. F. Karsten, treating on mission work being done among the Negroes in Alabama and other southern states. CONGRATULATIONS TO C A R L F O X ON THE OPENING OF HIS NEWLY-REMODELED SURF BALLROOM + -t- + CENTRAL SHOW PRINTING CO, MASON CITY, IOWA Congra tu la tion s to the Management of the NEWLY REMODELED SURF BALLROOM CLEAR LAKE PEOPLES'GAS fr ELECTRIC COMPANY Of Course YOU'LL FIND PABST Blue Ribbon B E E R On Tap -- In Bottles -- In Cans AT THE BEAUTIFUL NEW SURF BALLROOM CLEAR LAKE jirl Scouts Report n Badge Activities; ake Bird Hikes CLEAR LAKE--Yvonne Olson iporteci on United States and old nglish holidays for a part of the /ork in the field of international riendship for credit toward a sec- nd class Girl Scout badge at the egular meeting of troop No. 1 eld Monday afternoon at junior igh school. Yvonne also reported n the Carnegie library at Clear ake, Dorothy Ann Crane reported i the fields o£ literature and ramatics, Corrine Sandi-y in ports and games and Hamona Cobb in community life. Girl Scout ongs were sung and the troop oted to change the meeting night ack to Monday. A number of couts on early morning bird ikes Monday and others planned o go Tuesday and Wednesday mornings. !OY SCOUT TBOOFS 'LAN HIKING TRIPS An overnight hike to Camp toosevelt Saturday is planned by Boy Scout troop No. 30. Outdoor ames were played at the meeting t the Methodist church Monday vening and preparations made for he hike. Troop No. 17 will cook a Tieal over hot rocks Wednesday vening at the terminus south of own of a cooking hike. Other les- ons will be included in the ses- :on. PABST BREWING COMPANY TUESDAY, APRIL 4, 1939 Clear Lake Globe-Gazette LUCIA E. O'NEIL, News Editor Residence Phone 296-J OFFICE PHONE 239 TED ADAMS, Advertising--PH.464-W JACK CHRISTIE, Circulation--Ph. 536-W Vlarjorie Peterson in Winning Debate Team CLEAR LAKE--Miss Marjorie 'eterson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Peterson, 708 South hird street, was a member of the Valdorf Junior college debating earn which took first honors in connection with the annual Iowa Junior Forensic League tournament held at Iowa City Friday. Other members of the Waldorf team were Verne Anderson. Lawrence Anderson and Miss Ardyce Branstad. Muscatine and Burlington junior colleges tied for second place. ·*· , Gun Club to See VIovies at Park Lodge CLEAR LAKE -- Movies o northern fishing by Dr. V. A. Den man, Mankato Minn., and a "fire arm safety" demonstration b' Wayne Judy, Ames, former Clea. Lake teacher of industrial arts were scheduled as highlights o the program of the North Centra Iowa Rod and Gun club which was to meet at the State part lodge Tuesday evening. The meet ing was to open at 8 o'clock. "lear Lake Briefs LEGAL NOTICE Mrs. H. E. Neal will entertain he Stitch and Chatter club at her lome Thursday afternoon. Mrs. William Halm will be lostess to the Sorosis club at her tome Thursday afternoon. Mrs. -lenry Curvo will lead the lesson n modern literature. members of the Zion Lutheran lid will meet at the church parlors Thursday for the April session Busy Bee club will meet Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Ed Latch with Mrs. Holand Lus- romb assisting hostess. Mrs. Srnest Carr will present the lesson on the life of Miss Helen Keller. A holy Thursday service, ivith ommunion, will be held at the Methodist church Thursday evening at 7:30 o'clock. Make it a Golf club evening-, oppcd off by one of Chef Clint Ashford's scrumptious c h i c k e n dinners. A special Holy Week service will be held at the Zion Lutheran church Thursday evening at 8 o'clock. "Christ Our High Priest" is the sermon theme. Rotary club will meet Thursday at I; O. Q. F. hall for a noon lunch- n. Mrs. Clarence I'rescott will entertain the Royal club at the final meeting of the year Thursday afternoon. Election of officers will be the order of business and Mrs. Cora Hill and Mrs. Walter Post will arrange the program. 50 spring hats special at 51.95 each Wed. and Tlmrs. Nichols Shop. The meeting of the Crescent club scheduled at the home of Mrs. William McGowan April 6 has been postponed until April 13. Reception of members, administration of the sacrament of baptism and observance of the Last Supper will be included in the special holy Thursday services at the Congregational church Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Herriman, 217 South Third street, have returned from St. Cloud, Fla., where they spent the winter months. Special Wed. and Thurs.--50 spring hats at $1.95 each. Nichols Shop. Mrs. John Sicsseger and son John, Jr., left Sunday for Sioux City where they will visit the former's niece, Mrs. J. R. English for 10 days. Miss Madge Whitingr, Tyndall S. Dak., arrived Monday night to spend a few days with her cousin Miss Lucia E. O'Neil. Miss Whiting, who is a trained nurse, is en- route from Cincinnati, Ohio where she spent the past foui months on a case. Dressmaking, c u s t o m mad clothes, fine tailoring. Mrs. B. F Clarke. Ph. 112. Mrs. Robert Evans and son Robert, Jr., who have been spending a few days with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Orren Porter, 30 SEE THE BEAUTIFUL NEW SUNKEN FLOOR ot Iowa's Newest Ballroom Entire Raising and Lowering Project Handled By A. H. SKELL1NGER HOUSE MOVER CLEAR LAKE -- PHONE 424 innie street, plan to leave Wednesday evening for Los An- eles, Cal., where Mr. Evans is mployed, to make their future ome. A family dinner was held at 1e Porter home Sunday as a f are- ell event. O. D. O. club will meet Wednes- ay afternoon at the home of Mrs. scar Thompson with Mrs. Fred ankell assisting hostess. Group No. 5 of the Congrega- pnal aid will meet at the home t Mrs. Clarence Borlon, corner ! South Fourth and South streets, istead of at the Niles Eovton ome Wednesday afternoon at 1:30 clock. Ora Ostrandef returned Tues- ay morning from Mercy hospital, Vlason City, where he underwent tonsilectomy Monday. He is get- ng along nicely. Mr. and Mrs, Carl Ts'aumann re- urned to their home in Des loines Sunday after spending ;veral days with Mr. Naurnann's lother, airs. Clyde Bailey, who as been ill. Vern Birum, Waterloo, visited is friend, Clyde Bailey, Sunday. Mrs. John Page, who lives on he Frank Foster farm eight miles outh of Clear Lake is recovering nicely from a broken ankle suf- ered several weeks ago. Mr. and Mrs. Charles McGowan nd son, Raymond, and Mrs. Lena vTcMullin planned to go Tuesday o Waukon to visit their brother, Dean Heltman, who has just re- urned from a hospital at La ?rosse, Wis. He is getting along 'ei-y well. Mrs. B. F. Muldown and daugh- er, Hazel, Albert Lea, Minn., vis- ted at the Frank Foster home Sunday. They are former lake ·esidents. Mrs. Leivis Ferguson, 400 West itale street, underwent a major operation at the Mayo clinic at Rochester, Minn., Monday. She vent up a week ago and Mr. Ferguson, who went Saturday, reported that she got along nicely. OFFICIAL NOTICE BEI'ORE THE lOK'A STATE COMMERCE COMMISSION To the Citizens of Cerro Gordo County: Notice is hereby given that a petition for u franchise to erect, use and maintain iralcs, wires, euy wires, towers, cables, conduits and other fixtures and appliances for the purpose* of conducting electricity /or lighting, power and heating purposes has been filed by the Franklin Rural Electric Cooperative, Hampton. Iowa, In the office of the Iowa Stale Commerce Commission; that said petition asks the right to construct, operate and maintain said eleclric transmission line over, along and across the following described public highway, streanss and private Hear Lake Congratulates-Everett Paulson, whose birthday anniversary was April 4. Ronnie Carlock, son of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Carlock, w h o s e fourth birthday anniversary was April 4. Mrs. George Madson, whose birthday anniversary was April 4. Miss Leona Eliasen, 310 East South street, whose birthday anniversary was April 4. Shirley Ann Read, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Read, 504 North Fifth street, whose third birthday anniversary was April 4. trafulaUnus items are news hence they are published ivllhnut ebirge. If possible please phone your iletns to 233 the (lay before publication Clear Lake Calendar Tuesday--Rebekah slaff practice, I. O. O. F. hall, 8 o'clock. Special Masonic meeting, Masonic Temple, B o'clock. Wednesday -- Friendship Chain club, Mrs. George Kimble, 803 North Sixth street. Colonial club, Mrs. Irving Ashland, dinner meeting. American Legion Auxiliary, Legion hall, 8 o'clock. Methodist aid, at church, 2:30 o'clock. Bethlehem Lutheran aid, at church, 2 o'clock. Congregational aid, group No. 1, Mrs. A. I. Sondrol, 301 Jefferson street, 1:30 o'clock. Group No. 2, Mrs. Robert Williams, 915 East Main street, 2:30 o'clock. Group No. 3, Mrs. George Peterson, 108 East Division street, 2 o'clock. Group No. 4, Mrs. Ollie Peterson, 301 Clark street, 1:30 o'clock. Group No. 5, Mrs. Clarence Eorton, 121 West South street, 3:30 o'clock. Group No. 6. Mrs. C. F. Crane, 309 North First street, 1:30 o'clock- Lions club, Legion hnll. 12:15 o'clock. Home Improvement club, Miss Esther Tesene, 513 Caroline street. O. D, O. club, Mrs. Oscar Thompson, 530 Caroline street. lands, lands: (1200 volts, single phase, multi-grounded wye construction.) Beginning at the southwest comer of Section Nineteen (19) Township Ninety-tour Ol) North. Range Twenty (20) West ot trie 5th P. M., Cerro Gordo County, Iowa, thence east on the highway on the south Hue of said Section Nineteen (191, one-halt ",i) mile; and beginning at the southwest corner of Section Twenty (20), said Township and Hange. thence east on the highway on the south line of said Section Twenty (20}, one (1) mile; and bediming at a point approximately one-third ol a mile East o! Ihe soulh- west corner of Section Twenty-six (2G). said Township and Range, thence north on the highway across the West half (WV,| of «aid Section Twenty-six (26). one-hall (%) mile; thence west on the highway on the east and west center line of said Section Twenty-six (26). one-third (1-3) mile, thence north on the highway on the west line of said Section Twenty-six (26), one-fourth t'/jl mile; and beginning at the southeast corner at Section Thirty-six (351. said Township and Range, thence north or, the highway on the east line of said Section Thirty-six (36). one (1) mile, thence east on the highway on the north line of Section Thirty-one Ol), Township Ninety-four (94), North. Range Nineteen (19) West of the 5th P. M.. one-half ',i) mile. Beginning at the southeast comer of Section Thirty-five (35), Township Nmety-four (94) North. Range Twenty- two i2i West of the 5th P. ilL, thence north on the highway on the east line of said Section Thirty-five (35) and West line of Section Twenty-five (25) Mid Township and Range, one and one- half (IV's) miles; and beginning at the southeast, corner of Section Tv/enty- neven ,(27), said Township and Range, thence north on the highway on the east line of said Section Twenty-seven 127) and Section Twenty-live (22), said Township and Range, two miles (2); and beginning at the southeast corner of Section Twenty-eight (28), said Township and Range, Ihence north on the highway on the east line of said Section Twenty-eight (28) one (1) mile: and beginning at the southeast corner o£ Section Twenty-six (2G, said Township and Range, thence west on the highway on the South line of said Section Twenty-six (201. Sections. Twenty-seven (271 and Twenty-eight (23), said Township and Range, three ( 3 ) - miles: arid beginning at the northeast corner of the Southeast ctuarler (SEV-O ot Section Twenty-nine (29), said Township and Flange, thence south ou the highway on the cast line of said Section Twenty-nine (29) and Section Thirty-two (32), said Township and Itango. one and one-half (ivi) miles. Beginning fit the northeast corner of Section Five (5), Township Ninety-four (94) North, Range Twenty-one 21) West of the 5th P. M.. thence west on the highway on the north line bt said Section Five (5) and Section Six (6) said Township and 'Range, two (2) nu'les. thence south on the highway on the west line of said Section Six (C) and Section Seven m, said Township and Ranee, two (2) miles, thence east on Ihe highway on the north line of Sections Eighteen (18). Seventeen [17) and Sixteen (IS), sflfii Township and Ranfie, three [3) miles, thence south on the highway on the cast line of said Section Sixteen (IS), one-third (1-3) mile. Beginning at the southwest corner of Section Thirty-one (31) Township Ninety-five (95 North. Range Twenty- One (21) West of the 5th P. M., thence north on the highway on the west line of. said Section Thirty-one (31), one (11 mile. Beginning at the soulheast corner of Section One (1) Township Ninety-four (£W North, Range Twenty-two (221 West of the 5th P. M., thence west on the highway on the south line of said Section One ( I I , Sections Two (2) and Three 13), said Township and Range, three (3) miles; and beginning at the sonthwc5t corner of Spciion Eleven (11). said Township and Range, thence north on the highway on the west line oC said Section Eleven ( I I ) and Section Two (2), said Township and Range one and one-half (1V-) miles. The Iowa State Commerce Commission has fixed the eighteenth (18thl day of April. 1939. ten o'clock A. M. in Its office at Des Moincs. Iowa, as the time and place for hearing said petition. Any objections to Ihe granting ot such franchise must be In writing and /i)ed in triplicate with this Commission at least five (5) days before date of hearing. The Iowa State Commerce Commission suggests that the. objector be represented at the hearing by someone who lias full authority to act for it Bated at Des Moines, Iowa, March 20, IOWA STATE COMMERCE COMMISSION ATTEST: Geo. I*. McCaughan, Secretary. File E 3427 Man Who Tried to ! Save Daughter From Train Fatally Hurt OMAHA, {IF}-- A Sunday afternoon pleasure hike turned to tragedy Monday with the death of Floyd Darrough, 35, Omaha, injured in an attempt to save his 7 year old daughter, Mildred, from being run down by a train. The girl became confused when a train approached a trestle and started back towards her mother, who with three other children, had not yet made the crossing, Darrough, carrying his IV.. year old son, Bobby Lee, tossed the baby into some weeds and started after the girl. The train, which police said was traveling about 20 miles an hour, struck both, Darrough suffering a compound leg fracture and shock. Mildred suffered a severe concussion and scalp injuries, Bobby Lee, scratches and shock. Both children, hospital attaches said, are getting nlong fairly well. BLACKSMITH OF ALLISON DIES Funeral Services for Maifield Will Be Held on Friday ALLISON--Funeral services for Kellie Maifield, 42, blacksmith, will be held at 1:30 Friday afternoon at his home and at 2 o'clock at the Associated church. The Rev, C. L. Schlesselman will officiate, and the Oliver Metzger post of the American Legion will be in charge of rites. Mr. Maifield, a World war veteran, died following a two years' illness. Surviving are his widow and seven children. Luther Siemers of Ames New Goldfield Instructor of Band GOLDFIELD -- Lu Iher Siemers of Ames has been hired as bant instructor and teacher of Junioi high subjects in the local schoo to replace Thomas Robinson whi resigned last week. Mr. Siemer. arrived here Sunday and begai hisnew duties on Monday. A 12 year old boy cleared $82.38 from a half acre of peppers in, Sampson county. North Carolina. DEAD LIVESTOCK We Pay for Days Phone 3758 Phone CaHf Nights Phone 3836 Lund Sales Stable and Rendering Co. MASON CITY Congratulations to The Surf ON THEIR REMODELING AND OPENING! RIDE the BUS TO AND FROM THE SURF! It's Safe, Convenient, Inexpensive! MASON C I T Y a n d C L E A R L A K E R A I L R O A D C O M P A N Y NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE STATE OP IOWA. Cerro Gortiri Coimly, si. To John Fletka, and to whom It m»y concern: You arc hereby noUCIed that by virtue of a special execution, to me direcltxJ, and Issued out of the office of the Clerk of the District Court ot the State of Iowa, wlthtn nnrt for Cerro Gordo County, upon a judgment rendered fn said Court in favor of S.irah Rcineke and against John Pfctka far the sum of Six Hundred Twenty-three and 7G-IOO Dollars, debt and Twenty-five iind no-loo Dollars, costs, ami Thirty-eight and 71-100 Dollars attorney's fee, t have levied upon the following described real estate to-wit: Lot Four (41 in Block Two (2 in Collolon's Addition to Mason City, lawn, nnd that on the 28th dny of April 1933 at 2 o'clock P. M.. at Ihc front door of the Court House ir\ Mason City. Cerro Gordo County, Iowa. I will proceed to sell the Parncr in satisfaction of said execution, together with all legal costs accruing. Daled at the Sheriff's office In Mason CHy, Iowa, this 23th day of March 1939 TIM R. PHALEN. Sheriff of Cerro Gorrto County. Iowa. By--Elsie Ramsey. Deputy Sheriff. Ralph S- Stunbery, Attorney. Lowell Erdmann Wins Wesley Spelling Bee WESLEY--Lowell Erdmann, 12 year old son of Mr. and Mrs- Paul Erdmnnn, and a seventh grade student in the local public school, won first in both the oral and written spelling bee contest Monday morning, with Sylvia Ann Gerdes, H year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. I. A. Gerdes, and a sixth grader, winning second place. Lowell will represent the Wesley public school in the Kossuth county spelling contest April 12 at Algona. Of a total of $7,631,809,000 cash income of farmers for 1938 in the United States, 2482,221,000 was in the form of government payments. We Need ... Poultry, Eggs, Calves and will pay over market price for them ATLAS MEAT and GROCERY Phone 465 629 Sixth S. W. HEREFORD CALVES FOR SALE I have 300 Hereford Calves at the Chicago Ilock Island stockyards in IOWA FALLS, IOWA that I will sell at private sale. These calves must be sold this week. T. R. ALCORN Woods Hotel, Iowa Falls, Iowa LIVESTOCK SALE Sales Pavilion--Highways 18 and 69--Garner, la, THURSDAY, APRIL 6--1939 400 -- CATTLE -- 400 This Thursday's sale will offer numerous lots of lightweight stock cattle for pasture; also several lots of heavier feeding cattle to go back on feed. The following lots are listed in advance: 25 While Face steers (acclimated) weight 650 Ibs. 20 White Face steers (acclimated) weight 750 Ibs. 40 Shorlhorn steers, weight 650 to 900 IDS. 25 Shorfhorn heifers, weiffht 600 Ibs. Z ° Whi£e Facc steers, weight 850 to 950 Ibs. Will have a good rim of milk cows, springers, breeding nulls, X'eal calves,-fat cows, fat heifers and fleshy steers. Also many small packages of odd lots of stocker and feeder cattle. 150 -- HOGS -- 150 Included in the hojf receipts will be feeding pigs, bred sows, gilte and boars. Most of these are long time vaccinated. Many of you farmers have more bred sows than you need. We are receiving many- inquiries for bred sows. You will find a eood demand for them in our ring Thursday at prices that are sure to please you. TOO --SHEEP -- i n n Including; bred ewes, fat lambs and feeding Iambs. Demand Is good and prices are very favorable for good bred ewes HORSES A few horses are sold each Thursday just before the cattle sale. If you have any to sell you will find buyers on hand to give the full extent of the market on any kind you care to bring In. MR. CONSIGNOR--We will have a much smaller run of livestock this week and will have plenty of good clean pen space to Jake care of your consignments. The demand is still very good for all classes of stocker and feeder cattle. Have many buyers for bred sows. Your consignment will be given our individual attention whether you send one head or 50. GARNER SALES COMPANY, Inc. Garner, Phone 37 and 114 and Klemme VS HORSE AND LIVESTOCK AUCTION SALE THURSDAY, APRIL 6, AT 11:30 A. M. SHARP LUND SALES STABLES AND RENDERING CO. ON NO. 18--EAST OF MASON CITY ABOUT 60 HEAD OF HORSES Consisfine of (rood work horses, farm marcs and colls. Bring in any class of horses you have as we will have bnycrs for them. Can sell all Ihc horses you can hring; also killer horses. We can use all She killer horses, old mules, fistula, poll evil or anything that can walk. 155 -- HEAD OF CATTLE --.155 Consisting of cows, heifers, veal calves, some springer cow* and heifers, several good Holsleln and Guernsey springing heifers. Stocker steers and springer heifers. 100 feeding: pigs and some brood sows and breeding boars. Bring Anything You Have io Sell I,uncli on the Grounds Gel Your Livestock In Early Sale Will Start at 11:30 Sharp WE INVITE YOU TO ATTEND--TERMS CASH Stables, 375S -- PHONE -- Residence, 3836 JACK DOKSEY, Auctioneer

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