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Creston News Advertiser (Newspaper) - December 12, 1932, Creston, Iowa Local merchants Aid Creston shoppers by advertising bargains find Christmas suggestions in the attractive ads of this Issue Southwest Iowa s greatest daily 53rd 220. Six pages Creston Iowa monday. December 12. 1932. Current comment by f. C. T. The Senate was discussing Independence for the Philippines. Senator Copeland new York shouted a never never has the grand old Flag been hauled Down from Over one Square Inch of american territory a can t you imagine his tremolos and quavers and see his waving arms All it needed with a Little red fire to make a picture of a patriotism defiant unto member associated press Price three cents Cap in kills youth in new if any one who has a taste for human curios will follow the discussion which is sure to follow he will find that 90 percent of All of it will be just As pointless As this simply a mass of Hooie and bunk intended for the galleries. The senator has no doubt forgotten the settlement of the Oregon Boundary dispute but even if he knew what he was taking about it would be no argument. Seals Are to cr1d banquet be placed a dates set local school Price changed i sip will help to feed needy ton of slate crushes son True it is that no other nation has Ever licked us into surrendering any territory and relinquishing control of the Philippines would be no Concession to a foreign Power. It is just a matter of cleaning House no weakness or disgrace connected with it but simply of business old Quot a City con a Atiz a Al women Jwo mining Coal 75-feet will be gathered up plan to serve 56 below ground when players Many fans. W. James Guy City to have to be charged in West today i Luwi in Intuit. 01 at Strnic no on december 17. Slate Falls. Creston merchants make plans for a regular weekly Market. Plans for placing the Christmas Seal buttons in the High schools and Junior College next week have been made according to mrs. L i riven Burg local chairman of the Iowa an expedient tuberculosis association Small buttons or pins Conla Inin a the picture of Santa Claus the red lust As we Are nil fed up on the double barred Cross the trademark shortage of Gold and Europe of National tuber culo move telling us Ghat to pay her debt is mfg no a gtd the words a health for ail a impossible comes the report from distinguish the Emblem Horn All others. The reason for placing the Newfoundland that there is a territory of More than 12,000 Square Miles in Labrador filled with Gold bearing ores. For four years a party of prospectors has been surveying and staking it off and Are not yet finished extravagant claims Are made As to the Richness of the strike. Speaker Garner is being congratulated on his unique position As being the first Man to go from the speaker ship to the office of vice president. Not so Good Schuyler Colfax was speaker from 1863 to 09, and after the Fortieth Congress served As vice president for the next four years during the first term of their children which they were for general Grant Merly Able to provide themselves. Already the work of Public health Nur the disarmament conference after ses and health centers has increased a Long consultation with a Quot co from 10 to 25 percent Over last year Mittee of experts Quot finds that it an earlier Date had heretofore will be impossible to abolish the use 1 been announced for gathering up the of i it Oison Gas in the next War. Now unsold seals which Ltd been it who do you suppose Ever thought tribute to citizens in diff Erin part they could abolish it Een though of the City. Due to the cold we Ativo obtained. I a change of Date for this service 1 was made and such seals will be picked up next saturday. Dot a. 17 jul in the school that where they Are sold Only by mail not More than 20 percent of the people Are reached and with but few exceptions nor. Of the school students and it is believed it will let a particularly by be facial to engage the interest of a Many of our Young people As possible. A second reason is the need for local health funds is so much greater this year. Statistics show that hard times always the Cam of increased sickness and that Many More families will need not Only nourishing food for their Chi Dren but medical and dental care for an agreement could be what country is confiding enough to rely upon the agreement being kept after War really started Ossie Solem head football coach i it of the University of Iowa f Othall j j team will be the principal speaker at the annual rotarian football banquet to be head at the congregational Church tuesday dec a 20, for both the High school and Junior College Grid players of 1932 the local rotarians have sponsored tins annual affair since 1925 a committee has been appointed to make plans for the banquet which will be served by a group off congregational women in the basement of the Church. They Are planning to serve about 56 football boys in addition to the Many persons of Creston who Are planning to attend. Price in Cut. As m the past the usual polity j will be followed with the exception of Price which for the past six years has been $2 a ticket but this year the committee has set the Price at $1 which will admit one Norson and Cne football player 7n addition t talks by coach Wilbur Scantlebury and other members of the faculties of the High school and Junior College a number of Brief talks will be Given by members of the squads and letter will to awarded and captains for 1933 will be named Rato changed. The Date for the College Conri. A Mas party to be held the the High school cafeteria has been changed from tuesday to monday night. Dec. 19 Bedford let it c. >2. A it special a Willis sweeten. 28, of new Market War accidentally killed aleut 10 it clock this morning when a ton of Slat raved in on him crushing his body while he was working with his father in a Coal mine about 75 feet below the ground. The mine called Dean mine in it treated about two mile., Southwest of \ w Market. The Many a father escaped uninjured. No funeral arrangements have yet been made. Long Beach. Calil dec. 12. Iati h. M. Brayton Deputy District Torney has announced William a a curly Guy. 24-year-old Welsh adventurer in the slaying charge of Creston business firms have tr-1 murder in the slaying of opt Wal ranked to provide a free auction ter wander Well aboard the Yach beginning the first week in Carma last monday night. January and continuing one Day trails of the two world wander i Vach week until Spring stockmen ers crossed in la Angeles less than a u ult Farmers everywhere Shah but three weeks ago. Captain wander ? privilege d to briny their live Well was Kinod by a Bullet in Stock poetry or Grain to the a an me is and have it sold without put in chains. J charge of fees o com miss on. I or police say hatred Lor wan Denvol sees be held a the earn end a poisoned Guys mind when. To it Sale barn which is conveniently i yearn ago wander Well placed him continued on Page 5. M chains off South America and discharged him for insubordination ipod into ? 1 u a do it to Bijj i in i i \ 5 u How Many newspaper readers have observed that the question of payment to this country being conducted by the debtor nations entirely As a political rather than a business transaction evidently the United states is not the Only country that plays politics All of them prance More Han the others Are publishing a mass of propaganda for consumption by their own citizens in All those countries it has become a party Issue. The party in Power fearing it. And another organization trying to ride into Power upon it. Mrs. Anderson injured in Auto collision a Sedan occupied by or and mrs e a Anderson of Chariton and a Ford driven by Frederick a. Shut of Afton and Wilbert Jabker of Greenfield collided four Miles East of town on Highway 34 sunday. Both cars were badly damaged and mrs. Anderson was seriously Cut and bruised about the neck and face. The rest of the occupants were uninjured. The Anderson were on their Way to Creston to visit or and mrs j w goods la they left monday morning by train for their Home. In almost every instance it is being handled by so called diplomacy and cheap politics and naturally there is a snarl of misleading entanglements and misrepresent at ions. If the whole debt situation could be managed just As a private non would be conducted a Long Long step w Ould have been taken toward world peace. Wars Are brought about by too much politics and too Manv politicians and not enough business methods and business men. Floyd county conspiracy sentenced and paroled two suspects Are held for shooting officer in Des Moines saturday i gets Moines. Dec. 12. Via two Quot aspects today were under arrest Here in connection with the fatal wounding of policeman Harry Boot on and the injury of officer George Cessna Here saturday night. Ray Kinney the second of the j two men accused by police of shooting the policeman was arrested monday in a local residence. Police said a 38 Caliper revolver was found in an overcoat in the room. De j. Far runt. 20-year-old Springfield 111. Who a. Arrested Early sunday m connection with the shooting was being questioned Lur a ther. Before he died Booton identified Farrant As the youth who hot him As he and Cessna started to question two men in a ear near the Charles City let dec 12 i seven Obliga of 39 defendants indict a on charges of conspiracy growing out of the \ downtown District police said. Kidnapping of miss Marian still. Floyd county overseer of the it Oor Johnson is Loti or on or were Given three year prison terms and then paroled to sheriff b. F Atherton when they pleaded guilty the men were Don Dales Chester if Congress desires to Render a Tobin and Wayne Chapman waive service to the Public it might Start j sentences were to Anamosa Reforma with repeal of three cent letter Post tory and Joe Sievers h my self. Age Law. It has reduced receipts Jack Bauer and Robert Downs were in place of increasing them. Also repeal of the Little Petty taxes a nuisance taxes Quot a would be joyously received and would Cost the government nothing for they arc not paying. After the expense of collecting and checking up on them it. a question As to whether they Are not an added financial Burden. Sentenced i tertiary to it. Madison state pen the Only Case held saturday afternoon in the court of Justice Harry c. Smith was tha of state of Iowa is. E s Johnson charged with obtaining goods under false pretences. After the hearing the defendant was held to the grand jury and his Bond fixed at $300. Which he was unable to furnish. Mrs. W. G. Royce directs presbyterian choir the Quot Mes by Plandel under the direction of mrs. Willis g Royce was Given by the choir at the Bottian Church sunday afternoon. This was them mpr a save Chris Mas concert riven at lit Church in Many years. The opening Solo Quot Comfort was Sung by Theodore delay Tenor or. J c Parsons and a Bass Solo Fayrene Mcskimming Sang a Soprano Solo a come unto or. W. F. Scantlebury. Soprano Sang Quot i know that my redeemed mrs. Willis Royce Sang an Alto , he shall feed his and Howard Scurr Sang a Tenor Solo Quot by hold and see if there is any sorrow like unto his the chorus san several old favorite selections which were Well received by a Large crowd that tilled the Church. Slayden plays. The choir was composed of tenors h. O Smith Howard Scurr William Johansen Willard Woods and Theodore delay sopranos. Me Dames w e. Scantlebury. C. A Hickok. Carl be Hincke and Lloyd West. Misses Ellen Ford Fayrene Mushi mining. Madge Mcnees. Emu Belle Mcfee Ruth Reeve v buy Osborn an Ltd Dorothy Campbell Altos. Mrs. H. O Smith. Mrs. P. D Covert. Beulah rred Bass or. J c. Parsons William Osborn s m. Be i. P d. Covert j b Means George Schmidt and w g. Royce mrs. O. Peterson organist and prof. C a Slayden. accompanied the cantata. Rev Fred f. Robb presided Over the Christmas concert a the Messiah Quot has been Given several Tim. S by the choral club an i it is Fine that the presbyter. >.,i Church choir made it possible for not to hear it again tins year. 12 named on Honor Roll in a a a division. Tavel a Nain on the a a Quot Hon lid six weeks it liter. They an n w. Sophomores Theli Quot a Catheryn Williams cd Emerson. Juniors m. Slings Ellen Ide a in Panama. Announcing a warrant would be issued monday Brayton said a we 1 believe we have uncovered enough evidence to charge Guy with the Nunder of Captain the decision to prosecute came i after authorities again questioned a Edward de la i an Indian aviator concerning the whereabouts of Guy the night of the shooting. They sought to shatter Guys Alibi that dents w a net was in the de Larm Glendale it Roll for i Home. 30 Miles Distant from Wun the Sec Derwell s yacht. If Cinn burial plans made. Doro in Guys relationship with wander Hall. M Well who was slain on the eve of and rat his departure with a varied Crew on Caret it on of his numerous Vagabond world. George Sheri Good. Seniors Joy cruises began about two years ago Davis. Eva Nelson. Darline Daniel i in Buenos Aires where Guy with son and Maxine Kepner. His Bride joined the wander Well arcs men High Crew. Tiv freshmen carried of the less than three weeks ago. A h nors f0r the total number of j to h Rich a risk i to. A Quot tuv r la dius.c.,i to i in in be is of or a to awarded strangle wander Well in a Holly this distinction. They had 25 lasted i Wood apartment. Guy. Loud m his on fat a a roil Anco to on be condemnation wander Well. Said a r0n. The unions f. In Ewe i with he sought out. The Gloux Trotter and in Quot is Quot and 3 a was. The soph i demanded the return of tiv Money Mere followed with 15 Quot bus Ana he paid him to join the expedition three Quot a a Quot and then the seniors int Buenos Aires. Fourth place with 12 b a Quot and four mrs Albon wander Well attract j live widow of the Rover made a j the Home Conr with the largest a Range ments to Bury wander vell s number of students making the i body in the Pacific a far from the Roll was Willard Wollen Haupri a sight of land Quot juniors and dash which am s a senior had two of their members i the a Quot Roll. Murdent named. These who have merited place. A Quot Roll this term Are a Charles Scott rites held at Lenox saturday last week a Massachusetts City put in a municipal water treating Plant with a capacity of 1,750.000 Gallons per Day at a Cost of $92,000 tire Chicago. Northwestern Railroad company is to construct one at Clinton Iowa with n two million gallon daily capacity at an expense of $40,000. The two improvements indicate the difference Between business management and City management. Infant son Dies. Funeral services were held this morning for an infant son born to or. And mrs. M. L. Brandon. 207 North Vine Street. Rev. E e. Lister was in charge burial was made in Graceland cemetery. Two Brothers and a sister also survive funeral services flu Charles Scott of Lenox were held at the Christian Church saturday. Dec 10 the reverend Freeman was in charge of the services. Burial was at the l cemetery in Lenox Iowa weather Snow probably t o n i y h t and tuesday. Rising t Empe ratings temperature a t noon Todut l. Snow Cage game tonight. Creston s Junior College basketball quintet will no into action a 8 o clock tonight on the local court against the Veteran c Ceola squad in their first conference clash of the season. Coach Scott has been drilling his men strenuously since the opening game of the year when they downed the Corning company k quintet. 41 to 4 last tuesday. Oceola s Crew who did not have a football team this season have had the advantage Over the locals for practice but a Good game is assured those who attend the Battle tonight. Creston a town team will encounter the Prescott indians in the preliminary game which will Tan Ai 7 o clock. Prices for the j contests have been set a 35 and i 10 cents George w. Perkins Dies at son s Home after Long illness George w Perkins of Shannon City Well known resident of Ada r and Union county died following an extended illness at 1 30 sunday afternoon at the Home of h Sou. Lyle in Afton. He was 59 years at 1 one week old. He is survived by his widow and seven , Lyle of Afton Roy 13 r Afton. George c. Of Sioux Ciu. Will w of Creston. Russell w of Tingley. Claude and Donald Home three daughters mrs. Be a Clark of Omaha mrs. Rea j last minute flashes by the associated press Detroit a police reported shortly in fore 3 a a a it lot h this it ter non that five persons had been shot in a st. T Liiv Shn it Blind Pic in what was at tir t believed to it have been a Yang Shotts inc. Washington a \ Resolution disapproving the a hot it a govern Nunt a it organization submitted but president Hoover was uttered today in the Senate by senator Ivins. Democrat. I Tali. Omaha a Federal judge Noo Drouss a this afternoon discharged tin jury in the Omaha Syndicate Case and it let Clais d a mistrial on behalf Ltd 16 defendants. The own or King Howard Allen. Mar it Brennand it is Brown. Berd Clem c a Beryn Davis. Ali be Mil Merlin . Mik it or Jar Healey Joan Gault. Kear itch g Vitt. Theodorr Jentoft. L vie it Martha Kidd i miss Loi \ Dorothy Pettit Robert a it eed. M Garet 1 Porter. Francis Peters lie Opp mss Siree Cathryn Ben on. Gla in s con la Lac Mansur miss Woore Frank Shull. Melvene Mccur Bob Thonpson Vivian w Ilson. L Mae s Addler. Or Cor y r Arnold. Wavline bail to clo Drew i r Mccun r Pauline i Berna Hardman Virgira la Mildred Jones. Miss Warttman Richardson Lula Mae Man Robert a Porter Margare Prus i Omaha scout Ivins of Waterloo Home two i Moines and and eight or funeral a and Alice h be rot i Clarence of c a children Range ments hav d been completed. Lamom breaking a Long precedent. The town Council has begun the issuance of licenses for the Sale of Cigar ets. In the november election h Small majority of the voters favored the issuance of license.,. Was Eriyo office workers have been asked to contribute two fifths o a month s salary in a drive for poor Relief started this week. Helen Means. Miss Wynne pan Shea Sony a Sammel Jainsen Summerville. Miss Benshoof Alice Barker. Charles Burkland. B Niri Cecil miss f re Winifred Heaton Gold Honor medal Bovi Hunt n Tom v a n it oily Kiesz my Mildred Golden new York. N. A. Dec. 12. Jul Stanley Ramiv r. Or. Collenn Oupe the award of Gold Honor medals to Gertrude peer on. Bette of a six boy Scuta a a for extreme valor cd Robert Dorothy under conditions that presented i Imbo. Btu an Reed wait Roc Creme danger Quot was announced Sun Bong. Charlea Quakenbush Max Day b the. National court Honor in Lamo. Rose to los six of which Daniel in ref chairman among the six was Jack a Martin. 13, of Omaha. Neb. Who Frothy Campbell miss Wius Hon saved mrs. Mickey sell from her u . Elizabeth tvs burning Home. 1 Devoe i Hanou baby Dies when truck Sauna Oher Quot re a a crash ignites House of Honor. U 1-1 Kus a 1 1 1 a a Ltd Beard is Scott Maxine Kepner. A on j miss Cusack fion rec by correction san Juan Capistrano calif., dec 12. 7/ a in a a 22-Day-old baby burned to death sunday when a gasoline through an error the name of f. Truck and trailer rolled Down a Hill Gephard was included in the Den into a. Farmhouse crashed into the. Quent tax list Public Luxl saturday s Borcom where the infant slept and the news advertiser regret the set. The dwelling afire error. The store is managed by wend floriculture at Iowa state a oiled. Lust Sorin a he has a amp lie Lei of Cut fl0vverand pvt Tea plants. Hurry 1 1 i Llev re freezing l tiv a jul Dortu flu night should prove a Good reminder. Liia is the very evening i Ltd in Hou to Hunting out v a Dren have bund them up end get hem to the for it it icon or it a Quot Mckee or l o Corey. If you cannot deliver them yourself phone one o the above gentlemen pleas hurry them along the hours a Long and bit a to half fro Aei kid. wednesday evening at k. C. Hall pianist is being called for. The program for the minstrel show to to presented at the strand theater in the evening of d e 22 s being rapidly perfected and All these who have had experience in Thi Lino of entertainment Are agreed that the coming presentation will prove the Best Ever staged hero. P e. Thomas issuing a rail for ill the vocalists and dancers not a for at the. K c Hall in the Strauss building Adams and Elm streets at 7 30 of clock in tiv evening of wednesday dec 14 the program. One of the Bright spots o he show will be the european debt a a discussed by the Unrur . Joe Anderson an. Mike Khouy. A on Law Yon make the night too Sung by Ray naught n is a roof Raiser and will make a hit with any audience two musical numbers featured Are. A to Quot. Cd Devi to it old Pine tree and Quot i would t Trade the Silver in my Mothe need pianist. One More individual is wanted and that is a Good pianist for rehearsal work or Thomas put particular emphasis on the wont a work. It is Reques de that the one who is Able and willing to provide Unis service shall be at the k c. Liall monday . It rail leaders propose 10 percent pay slash to be extended later Chicago. Dec 12 ,pt-executive., of the nation s railroads proc d to Brotheris Kyls of employees today teat the 10 percent reduction in pay be extended indefinitely past next Jan. 31. When the agreement of the past year in due to expire the suggestion came from w f Theoff spokesman Forth managements at the Start of their joint Confer Nee with Heads of 21 shop crafts. It caused a recess less than one hour alter the committee con labor representatives at once in can debate on the proposal t get were to deliver their answer at 2 30 o clock this afternoon. Heaton Flower shop takes new location will ask those who Are to be benefited to Aid in Slaughter. One of the most generous proposition. That has yet been made in connection with providing for the Nedy of the Community this sea a. Came from a group of Union county Farmers their plan is to donate to the proper authorities Here 40 or 50 head Ltd of hogs to be used m feeding these i a Iwho. By r a it on of the i pression in the labor Field must re a by on Friendly during the season. It is a most gracious offer made in a spirit of Sam pathetic understand it a d will of accepted with the sincere thanks not Only of Thov who will personally Benefit from the gift but of the whole Community. The Farmer f Quot is t in world taking the Price which is offered him and at a time when the arc arc Many who have nothing in the Way 1 mice to off a. He is willing to go ahead and feed them anyway if is. Pleasure to publicly pay tribute to Ini Thoan Duful benevolent spirit of brotherly interest arrangements Are being made this afternoon to receive and care for the hogs As they a delivered and no doubt the men vrho Arv t it profit by the gift will be More than willing to do the work of butchering them and prop ring them for distribution the names of these Farmers who voluntarily step into tix it break h Prev in hunger will be taken As they make their Dona Ion and will appear in print later for the no cos advertised wants Ever Reader in the county to know and a it come acquainted with them. Tine they Are not acting with a desire for publicity but Thev Are Fui Nishig n w.1 p goo till of u. Mrs Elizabeth mix Dies after illness rites to be tuesday mrs. Elizabeth a. Mix. Well known resident of Creston. Died at 2 45 saturday afternoon it her Home 308 North Juri Street after an extended illness she was 75 years old mrs mix had been a member or the methodist i Rich for a number of years. Her husband preceded her in death in 1917. A Nephew. J Chaffee of Peoria. I. Arrived Hen or turd a v cd can in a. Funeral service will be held at Cal x k tue d. V afternoon at the Dei trick and Keating fun ral Chapel v the Rev. Guy j Fansher in charge of the service. Burial will be made m Graceland cemetery. Mrs. Cora Watters rites to be tuesday funeral services for mrs Cora Watters will be held at 2 30 tuesday aft Moon at Keltnck and Keating tuner to Chiapel Rev. C. W. By hum a Slot of the Church in Orient will conduct the services burial will be made n customs son foreign lands 1 a in Holland it Aldu Luht Christ Eva men to Lur Ful cos Tunica Mart h Over hit streets chanting a Gloria i Etc Erik and carrying High on a Long pole a Kirse Star he had by Rev i Das until Vii in i i is i a a it 1 i a i in a a

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