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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - May 25, 1935, Mason City, Iowa TWO MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE MAY 25 jfj 1935 FLEET MOVES ON TO PEARL HARBOR Seaplanes Presage Arriva of Biggest Armada Ever to Visit Hawaii HONOLULU May 25 ing seaplanes sweeping in nonsto flight from Midway Island 132 miles to the west presaged the ar rival here today of the greatest ar ray of naval craft ever to visit thi cross roads of the Pacific preceded by the navys famou distance flying squadron VP10 16 surface craft of the United State fleet moved on Pearl harbor for an unprecedented test of the facilitie of the naval base Never before has such a concen tration of naval craft been attemp ted in this Hawaiian shelter whic rests under the guns of the stron geat American fortifications exist ing anywhere Because of its tremendous strate gic importance to the United State in the event of war in the Pacific the highest chieftains of the navy were either on hand or assembling to judge the performance of Pear harbor in harboring the mighty fleet Is Speaker at Northwood Exercises Honor Awards Listec NORTHWOOD May fiftysecond annual commencemen program of the Northwood hig school was held Thursday evenin at the Northwood theater Presiden E Bennett of Upper low Fayette gave the ad dress on Life Investments Honor roll awards were given ou by Supt E A Prehm Miss Claric Ranum receiving highest scholastic rating for the four years of the high school course Miss Kanum has been prominent in many school activities winning high honors as a corne soloist in high school music con being a member of the girls vocal sextet glee club mixed chorus and brasschamber group Other members of the class of 1935 on the scholastic honor roll for the four year period were Doris Turbett Harris Enerson Gladys Kuntz and Harold Seeger Guy C Toye president of the board made presentation of the diplomas There were 41 members of the class of 1935 Special music included vocal numbers by Miss Arline Urban vo cal music instructor who sang Maria with flute obbligato by T Dillon band director and Auld Lang Syne as her selections mixed sextet of the high also sang The Northwood theater wasfilled to capacity Wednesday afternoon and evening for the class play Tiger House a three act mystery comedy given as the matinee and evening programs A school band group furnished music for the pro gram Students in Second Grade 11 Years Ago Are Honored at Dinner NORA SPRINGS May Marjory Brenner entertained a t group of young persons at a oclock dinner at the home of Mrs Edith Ritze The dinner was given In honorof the seniors who were in second grade 11 years ago when Miss Brunner first taught in the schools the class at that time num bering 24 Miss Brunner has taught continuously the 11 years and will attend Iowa State Teachers college at Cedar Falls next yearThe guests were Shirley Sherman Elinor Mae Cutler Elinor Dare Ellis Norma Hedden Joe Henderson John Hof Jer William Shanks Earl Haight Frederick Ritze and Mr and Mrs A J Jones Iowa City Council Wins and Loses in Natural Gas Case DES MOINES May 25 Iowa City council was under no re straint today insofar as interference with installation of natural gas fa cilities there was concerned but it was temporarily enjoined from en forcing an ordiance passed April 19 fixing rates Federal Judge Charles A Dewey late yesterday denied the Iowa City Light and Power company petition for a restraining order against in terference but granted a tempor ary writ against enforcement of the ordinance The judge declared there were several delicate legal points involved in the controversy which must be decidedbefore the injunction could be made permanent or rescinded No ate for final hearing was set and the power company was orderd to post 525000 pending final decision Pay Jane Addams Last Homage HS GRADUATION SERMON SUNDAY The Rev David G Davies of First M E Church to Give Message The Rev David G Davies of the First Methodist church will deliver the sermon to the Mason City high school graduates at a service to be held at the high school auditorium Sunday evening at 8 oclock The subject of the sermon will be First Things First The high school chorus under the direction of Miss Ellen Smith will Waited for the Lord Mendelsohn Lost in the Night Christiensen and Out of the Silence Jenkins World renowned as a peace and social worker Jane Addams is paid last homage by a crowd of thousands in the courtyard of Hull house famous settlement home she founded in Chicago and where her body lay in state Tributes were worldwide VETS MEMORIAL SERVICE SUNDAY Church of Christ Minister to Speak on These All Died in Faith Mason City veterans organiza ions will attend church at the Church of Christ in the annual ob ervance of Memorial Sunday The ervice at the Church of Christ has een arranged not only in recogni ion of wartime patriots but also to memorialize the dead church lead rs This service is to charge of L SAtkinson elder and wasarrang ed totheVani ndunceineritrof the attendance of tns eterans organizations The servicr s as follows Organ prelude Battle Prayer immel played by Mrs Wallace AI eh anthem Let God Arise pence sung by Church of Christ hoir directed by Mrs W L Ben ett The Names to be Remem ered read by A L Long floral ffering Dorothy OHearn Loretta OHearn Ellen Hickling Alice Mathiason Jean Calkins and Lois Hanks solo The Lights of Home Alice Terhune sung by Mrs W L Bennett and sermon These All Died in the Faith the Rev David L Kratz Community Bible School to Be at Buffalo Center BUFFALO CENTER May Plans are being made for a com munity Bible school here beginning June 10 The churches cooperating are Reformed Catholic Congrega tional and Methodist This school will continue two weeks and buses are to bring the children from the country All children from four years up through the eighth grade are eligible Mrs GARNER5May of the Rebekah Circle met Friday af ternoon in the home of Mrs Ferd Schipull and elected Mrs Myrtle Bethke president Mrs Elwood Mo ser vice president Mrs Chet Rice secretary and treasurer Mrs Alice Elling and Mrs Ray Nelson were assisting hostees This was the con cluding meeting of the year Meeting of Truck and Cab Drivers to Be Held on Sunday A meeting open to all truck and cab drivers will be held Sunday aft ernoon at 3 oclock at the Moose hall The object of the meeting will be to reinstate old members who have fallen behind in monthly member ship dues without inflicting the usual penalty for reinstatements and to accept new applications for memberships Short talks will be given by Glenn Wodward member of the board of the Iowa State Federation of Labor J J Burnett automobile inspector and Frank Kelly retired North Western engineer After the program a lunch con sisting of sandwiches and coffee will be served The meeting is in charge of truck drivers local No 384 BONUS NRA FIGHT TOP WEEKS NEWS Continued From inge 1 cative of the fact that Germany is arming for revenge The smoldering dispute between Italy and Ethiopia took a turn to wards settlement when Mussolini accepted league of nations aritra tio proposals Smith for President The Alfred E Smithforpresident committee announced it will soon open headquarters Henry Ford restored the minimum wage increasing his pay rolls an estimated a month Dam Bursts Afton Reservoir Drained AFTON May 25 mu nicipal reservoir in which was stored water to supplement late summer supplies from regular deep wells was drained when an earth dam burst and released 25000000 jallons of accumulated rainwater Regardless of moisture conditions town officials said the reservoir iuplpy is needed each summer Af ton is nine miles east of Creston TWO FREEZERS FULL OF ICE CREAM LAST RIGHTiTHROUGftFIRE DANBURY Conn May 25 Fire broke out in a candy store here and played havoc with the interior When it was all over firemen en ered the store to survey the wreck age and freezers of per fectly good ice cream They were inside a refrigerating machine which continued to function gallantly all through the fire Sunday at Churches THE GOLDEN TEXT I Cor This do in remembrance of Me Skies Again Clear Over Most of Iowa DES MOINES May 25 Skies were clear over most of Iowa again today but the weather bureau forecast possible showers in the ex treme west portion tonight It wag cloudy over the western area today The lowest temperature during the last 24 hours was 37 at Carroll and the highest 75 at Iowa Falls Slightly warmer weather was predicated for central Iowa to night The law of supply and demand must not be a good one It hasnt been declared Fountain Inn Tribune BAPTIST school at C Jeschger superintendent Morning worship t Mrs J E Stinchart special or an numbers will be Adagio Merkel In ocatlon Gutlmant Postlude in D Scarmo n The Rev Frank Anderson D TX ex nutlve secretary of the Iowa Baptist con entlon will be the guest speaker We Join n the commencement program In the eve WCaul minister CATHOXJC St at 8 and a m Benediction and rosary at 4 p The Rev P S OConnor pastor the Rev James K Cftssidy assistant Holy Family Second street northwest unday masses at 8 and he Rev K P Murphy the Rev A J Bohrer assistant Lehijth Catholic Chapel Services evry uinday at S 30 a m Confessions before mass Catechism 35 minutes after The Rev John Canals CHRISTIAN SCIENCE First Ctmrch of Christ Scientist ngton and Third street northwest Sunday ervlces 11 a m Subject Soul and Sunday school a m Wedaos ay evening testimonial meeting p m Reading room east cad of church Week days n a m to 5 p m CHURCH OF CHRIST Special Memorial day services Bible school Memorial service veterans organ Izatlow Organ prelude Eattle Prayer Himmel Offertory solo The Lights of Home Anice Terhune sung by Mrs W L BennettReading of Memorial Statement A K Long Anthem Let God Arise Spcuce sung by church choir Sermon These All Died in the Faith Evening service at 5 A luncheon In honor of M B Matisen missionary from Japan followed oy service at which Mr Madscn will speak This meeting Is spotisored by the Missionary circle oC the Church of Christ Maud Roblson president Later Sunday evening services will be dismissed In behalf ot the high school baccalaureate L Kratz pastor CONGREGATIONAL Morning worship and Sunday school services win be combined at the First Congregational church on Sunday May 25 beginning at This day will given over to the childrens day services and will feature a pageant by the primary and junior under the direction of Mrs Dick Homey music by the childrens choir under direc tion of Mrs Dorothy Weston and a short program by the nursery tola under tha su pervision of Mrs Chester Billings and Mrs HJ Bruns Pilgrim fellowship meetinfis have been discontinued until fall This church joins with the school In the gradu ation servfce at the high school auditorium at 8 p Sidney Carlson minister EPISCOPAL St Sunday after Easter commonly called Rogation Sunday s a m Holy Communion a m childrens service with church achool classes for in struction 11 a m admission service for the Girls Friendly society special music prelude Berceuse1 by Goddard offertory New Heaven and a New bass solo and choral sanctus from The Holy City by Gaul stinp by the chorus choir soio by Edwin Jay postlude March Solenelle by Rockwell p m rehearsal for summer production 11 Trova tore in Guild hall p m Young Peo ples Fellowship with evening prayer xup jpr and program nday fi p m Young club din oer and meeting at the MscNIder Memorial pariah hall p m meeting of the senior group of the Girls Friendly society in the church parlor Tuesday p m meeting of Boy Scout troop 35 In the gulH hall Wednesday p m rehearsal of chorus choir in the church Thursday p m rehearsal of boys choir in the guild ball 6 p m supper meeting of junior group of the Girls Friendly society in the guild hall Friday 4 p m meeting nf acolytes for training in the church p mf meeting of candidates group of the Girls Friendly society in the church Robert Redenbaugh rector fourth and Flltb streets on Delaware avenue northeast 9 a m graded Sunday school and Bible classes There will be no services Sunday The congregation is Invited to join St Johns church at Ventura in observance of its annual Mission day A Hinz pastor East State crosses Con necticut am the church school 1VQO a m divine worship The sermon theme The Hock That Is Higher Prelude Elegy Massenet anthem 5ouls of the Righteous Coley offertory anthem A Song of Prafse and Thanks Bfxtry fay junior choir postlude Hymn of Triumph Harris Sunday p m the Luther league devotions Wednesday 7 p m the junior choir Wednesday 8 p m the church choir Ruth Learner clubs spring break fast June 2 6 a H Campen pastor Fifth and Jersey south east Sunday school at 9 30 Worship at Sermon The Unity of Believer1 Anthem Father Hear the Prayer We Offer Berwald Sermon to high school graduates Sunday evening at 8 at high school auditorulm class Monday Wednesday and Friday evenings Board of Tuesday at S Luther league break fast Memorial day meet at the church at 6 Choir Friday at T Erholm pastor Our and Twentyfifth reet southwest Morning worship 9 ser mon theme The Christian Citizen of Two Worlds 1 Tim Music by the vested junior jholr Sunday school 10 Junior choir practice Wednesday at 4 Confirmation class Saturday at 11 MotherDaughter bar June O Urness pastor St Sixth struct southeast Graded Sunday achool 9 a m Pearl Rohr superintendent Ella Wolsnak secretary and treasurer American services at 10 H m text St James Luther league at 7 p m Ella Wolsnak will be leader Bible verse Stranger Thursday Ascension day service in German at 8 p m Acts llll Choir Friday evening and Junior choir Saturday Summer Bible schvl begins June 3 Annouttcwjiuts in church June 2 i E GMall pastor Trinity Pennsylvania avenue south cast Early service fl a m Prelude Mav ine Carman and Lucille Gravlie Sermon At the Throne of Grace John Sunday 10 a m J C Odden su perintendent Morninp service n a m Prelude Mrs J 0 Gilbetton Anthcm My Heart Its Incense Bvrfiitift hy senior choir Sermon Throne of Grnce John 162331 Young Peoples Luihfr leacue Fireside Hour p m Devntionnls Miss Ann Nelson Topic leader Mir Putli Wednesday 7 p Confirmation class S R n jrnrf sfvnth tirades Saturday S T L N dahl pastor IfilT TVUwarr norln i rtraflM Sunday a m C 0 Quam Mornlnj serv ice oclock Sermon At the Throne of Grace John L N dahl pastor METHODIST church school Mens class m courthouse Queen Esthers In P G and E church of youth last 1045 Morning worship Sermon by Doctor UicJus C Cark Winter Park Fa Theme The Changeless Christ in a Changing world Special music Pilgrims Chorus Mrs Patchen organist Open OUT Eyes MacfarJane chorus choir Where Jesus Lives Moore girls choir March Enp era organ There will be no service for young people due to the graduation ser mon at high G Davies as sociate pastor sixth street southwest The Rev W C Mavis district elder will preach Sunday school at The eldar will bring the message at after which the sacrament of the Lords supper will be observed The Rev Mr Mavis will address the young people at and at 8 oclock he will deliver the evening message Mens prayer meeting Tuesday evening in the jne Cerney home 2 miles southwest of Ply mouth The Rev Donald Mack from Ply mouth will have charge Church prayer meet ing Thursday evening Chorus practice Fri day evening In the parsonage Midweek services begin at W Schmidt minister Union worship Dftvotlonal service 11 Sermon by the Rev J C McGinty Subject Gods Willingness to Forgive Sin text I John 1fl Music by the choir Mrs B Butcher organist in charge church school at p m Mrs M M Brewton superintendent Dr Martin assistant Mrs Emma Stratton superin tendent junior department Mrs E Walis organist Evening worship Propram by W H M S and mite box opening Mrs P L Scott secretary mite boxes 3 oclock sermon by the Rev J C McGlntv subject The Nature and Work of Chris tian G Glasple minister FRESRYTERIAX Washington at Ninth street church school 11 worship We honor our school graduates in this servica Sermon by the pastor Lest I Be Counter feit Miss Stevens will play Romance LaForgc and prelude by Heller The male quartet wllj More Like My Savior and Jesus Savior Pilot Me meet ing of board of trustees forum meets Also the committee of seniors Be ginning Tuesday evening two weeks of meetings with Dr H H Halley who reads the Bible from memory and gives lec K Davies minister East a m Sunday school 11 church worship with Frank SheHJer This is the last Sunday of preaching for the sea son MTSCELLA XEOTTS Church of the West Stats street Sunday Bible school a m Morning worship 11 Junior meeting 3 Young Peoples meeting Evangelistic service D Frltzlan pastor 220 Second street northwest Good will Monroe avenue northwest Sunday school at 2 Preaching nt 3 The district elder the Pev W C Muvis will give the gospel message In the evening at Daniel Herrera will preach in Spanish Mr Hcrrcra has been conducl fnp special mectinpt all ihis 0 Hclcen minister Rrorcnnizrd rhnrrh of Tnfrr Hity HiChY room Y M C A 10 a m church fhtirch 0 3 Snupgins in eharfjf H W Stubblefield Leo Whitaker and Johnny Hannon auto racers were killed In trials for the Indian apolis Memorial day race Col Alexander Williams of the army quartermasters corps was dis missed from the senice after a court martial for soliciting and ac cepting a loan Six Die in Crash Six died when a naval plane in the Pacific war pame crashed in the sea off California Died T E Shaw of Jane Addams world fa mous welfare worker and peace ad vocate in Chicago at 75 Andrew J Maloney leading coal operator in Merion Pa at 52 President Roosevelt set wage rates from to a month in the work relief program COURTS CENTER OF IOWAS NEWS Continued from Page I distributor about a reputed slot ma chine protection ring and mention ing the attorney generals office pre cipitated a new controversy Atty Gen E L OConnor ordered an in vestigation Conroy was arrested End released on bond Walter Maley firs assistant atorney general ob tained affidavits that he was not involved Young Iowa democrats meeting in Des Moines heard Feuling urge them to fight a deliberate attempt to discredit the democratic adminis tration They elected Ed Breen of Fort Dodge state president Max JDckivorth Resigns County Attorney Max Duckworth of Woodbury county resigned as the ouster action against him in connec tion with the Sioux City graft in vestigation was to start The ouster hearing involving Public Safely Commissioner Henry C Kuhlmann was begun Representatives G W Mooreaiid Gus of City night life The AAA further liberalized the cornhog program CornHog Ad ministrator Claude Wickard an nounced a new ruling at Des Moines making it possible for some farm ers to increase their corn or hog production base Count allotment chairmen held an AAA strengthening meeting rec ommending the elimination of red tape placement of greater control in farmers hands and support of pending AAA amendments The Iowa Farmers Holiday asso ciation demanded the AAA be scrapped Field Work Delayed More than half the com was planted Field work was delayed by heavy rains Southern and south central Iowa received the heaviest rain of the season Finding of 51900 cash in a Sioux City rooming house was followed by arrest of four men for alleged par ticipation in the machine gun hold up of the LeMars bank Clarence Price 49 year old farm hand was convicted at Glenwood of the first degree murder of his grand niece Edith Kuhl 13 of Pacific Junction Possible appointment of E H Mulock of Des Moines as head of the new federal progress work pro gram in Iowa was opposed by J C Lewis president of the Iowa state federation of Labor Old Age Pension Aid lowans were reported by Secre tary Byron Allen of the old age as sistance commission to have paid a total of so far in 1935 for old age pension aid John W Foster one of the orig inal members of the state board of assessment and review died Former and present state officials attended his funeral John K Manly Jr 40 of Albia pleaded guilty to second degree murder charges in the fatal wound ing of his father with a rifle after a quarrel The first downing of the season on Clear Lake occurred when Al bert Orr 45 of Mason City lost his life while fishing Dean 3 Years Old and Pet Kitten Go to Wars Together HIAWATHA Kans May 25 LV Blankenship 3 years old and his pet kitten go to the wars to gether Two dogs picked on Deans kit ten and that was their mistake Dean went to the rescue and rout ed the dogs Then his mother Mrs Claude Blankenship took him to ix phyician who used six stitches to close the wound in his face Charles City News King Palmer to Give Talk Memorial Day on Charles City Program CHARLES CITY May 25 Committees from different patriotic organizations met to arrange a Me morial day program which will be gin at 9 oclock Thursday morning with a parade which will form on Riverside Drive near the Gem building The groups invited to join the parade include the W R C Boy and Girl Scouts Mayor Ira Scofield and council members high school band Spanish war veterans American Legion and auxiliary The two Civil war veterans Wil liam Gange and L C Huckins may ride in the parade if their health permits The program which will be given in the juniorsenior high school au ditorium at 10 oclock is as follows Community singing Paul Auringer invocation Gretchen Atherton Am erican Legion auxiliary chaplain General Order No 11 read by Mrs Ida Newton president W R C music mens chorus Lincolns Gettysburg address Arthur Ride out Address King Palmer West Union poppy song Mary Henke adjournment to Calvary cemetery music high school double mixed quartet W R C ritualistic work address W F Belling prayer Gretchen Atherton salute and taps A program will be given at St Marys bridge and at Riverside cemetery Charles City Country Club First Party Held CHARLES CITY May eral out of town guests attended the opening party of the Charles City Country club last evening The board of directors and wives of the members were hosts for the party which included a dinner and dance A committee has arranged a sche dule of parties for the summer months similar to the plan carrier out the last few years The schedule will include afternoon bridge and golf luncheons stag suppers din ners for both men and women twice month with cards and dancing as the diversion Charles City Briefs CHARLES CITY May N Waterbury entertained mem bers of the Lions club Fridaynoon iWHi ai of 1 a trip taken last winter by himself and Mrs Waterburythrough the south Mex ico and California H G Bos was chairman of the meeting Mrs Sander Helgen was called to Nashua today to attend the fu neral of her aunt Mrs Mary Prudhon of Decatur 111 Fortytwo children of the kinder garten first and second grades en joyed a picnic in East park Mason City Thursday Myrtle Ryan and her sister Irma who were injured in an automobile wreck last Sunday west of Osage are recovering Irmas arm was fractured and Myrtle suffered a blood clot on her spine Dr and Mrs O H Banton re turned yesterday from Sac City where they attended the graduation exercises of the class of which Mrs Bantons niece is a member Dr W H Seymour returned last evening from St Louis Mo where he attended a clinic and medical convention Special services will be held Sun day morning in the First M E church for the Methodist members of the senior high school class and junior high ninth grade class The churches will omit the evening serv ices to attend the commencement sermon in the high school to be given by the Rev A A Rideout pastor of the Baptist church and father of one of the graduates Mrs Lawrence Lacour who has just returned from Europe where she played in the 100 piece marim ba band will play at the evangelis tic meeting Sunday in the Gable building where E A Lacour has been preaching for two weeks Plan Summer Camp CHARLES CITY May Charles City Girl Scouts are mak ing plans for a summer camp to be jbeld in Squirrels Lin on the Cedar river north of Charles City Mrs M W Ellis is providing the cabins and tents will also be used The camp staff will consist of Mary Homan camp director assisted by Barbara Mills Alice Sheldon Helen Page and Mrs Russell Nies More than fiO girls will take part in the camping program Dinner After Wedding CHARLES CITY May lowing their marriage in the Little Brown Church in the Vale Mr and Mrs L D Schnee of Paynesville Minn and the members of the bri dal party had dinner in the Marine room of the Garden cafe Included in the partv were Mr and Mrs W H Olson the bridegroomsparents Mr and Mrs C F Schee and J Fred Schee all of Litchfield Minn and Miss Christina Simmers of St Cloud Minn Fire Damage DES MOFNES May 25 aee done by a fire said to have started in the White Line Transfer companv repair shop here when a ruck pnsolirr tank exploded was es timated at rcarly 50000 ACTIVITY NOTED BEHIND SCENES Continued From rase 1 said the leaders he has talked with think the party should make its fundamental appeal in 1936 to the conservatives Other developments the 000000 navy bill passed the senate late yesterday and now goes to sen atehouse conference wheat farm erj in 37 states voted today on whether crop control should con tinue Both houses of congress were in recess for the day and President Roosevelt turned toward Annapolis to see his son Franklin row for Harvard ROBBER SUSPECT UNDER ARREST Continued From rare 1 night club here the officers re ported When arrested he attempt ed to draw an army automatic pistol but was overpowered before he had a chance to use it Extends Right Hand Later when Chief Enos went to his cell the suspect extended his right hand as if to shake hands with the chief seizeu it fast and reached for the chiefs hip pocket in search of a pistol There was none there the chief said Andrews said he was notifying officers in the four states that Limerick was held here The identi fication he said was absolute Two St Joseph men believed by police to have harbored Limerick were arrested at noon and whac police described as a small ar senal was found in the house they occupied on the edge of the city It included two German made auto matic pistols with machine gun at tachments Surprised at Bar Limerick was surprised by four detectives at the bar of an Edmond street drink place two hours after police received reports of the night club affair in which the proprietor was beaten Limerick backed into a corner and reached for his pistol but an officer got each arm and a third the gun Limerick pulled loose and hit Detective C C Fee who floored Limerick with a blow The suspect continued to struggle until the pa trol wagon arrived LUMBER FORTUNE HEIR IS KIDNAPED Continued From 1 he left Lowell grade school to walk to the Annie Wright seminary where he was to have met his sis ter Ann The two wereto have beendriven to theWeyerhaeuser by the family chauffeur Started at Rock island DAVENPORT May 25 Weyerhaeuser lumber interests had rheir founding in a saw mill ven Lure at Rock Island HI by the late Frederick Weyerhaeuser a German immigrant who became one of the first lumber barons Frederick Weyerhaeuser came to his country in 1S52 and with his Drothers built up a lumber domain throughout Minnesota and Wiscon sin that was eventually extended in to Washington Oregon and Idaho J Philip Weyerhaeuser the Ta coma lumberman is a son of the late J P Weyerhaeuser one of these brothers The body of Freder ick Weyerhaeuser who died in 1914 was brought to Rock Island for bu rial Thornton Asks for PWA Help to Build Consolidated School DES MOINES May 25 New petitions for PWA work grants received at the Iowa head quarters and totaling in clude for a new Waterloo school 6000 toward construction of Louisa county jail and 524000 toward building an 80000 Thornton consolidated school Correct this sentence We need federal help said the governor but our state will gladly do its Review MAY ELIMINATE CONROY HEARING Grand Jury Will Consider Evidence in Charges by Maley DES MOINES May 25 ination of a municipal court hearing of charges filed by Walter Maley assistant attorney general against Thomas F Conroy Des Moines beer distributor was reported today fol lowing a conference between Atty Gen E L OConnor and County Atty Carl Burkman In this event the grand jury would consider evidence and any in dictment returned would be taken direct to district court Maley charges Corey with at tempts to extort and obstruct jus tice on the basis of a letter Malejr claims he received from Conroy asking for money Charges were filed after Floyd Page attorney for the legislative committee which investigated the state liquor commission testified before the grand jury that Conroy had told him of a slot machine pro tection ring involving Maley 70 in Class at New Hampton Speaker is Head of ME District NEW HAMPTON May 25 The New Hampton high school com mencement exercises were held in the Firemens theater with the Rev Harvey C Travis Oelwein district superintendent of the Methodist Episcopal churches as speaker Members of the school board are F B Strike president C C Sheak ley John Snyder J G Schueth and Dr M J McGrane F J Moore is superintendent and C W North is the principal Diploma winners were the follow ing TO seniors Frank J Adams Jr Edith Norma Anderson Mary Grace Bailey Helen Ball Robert G Benner Viola F Brannon Rosella M Burgart Herman Christoph Lydia M Christoph Frances Marie Conley F Irene Davis Justin C Dee Margaret L Dexter Rosella Drewelow Pauline Norma Drewe low Ho G Eischeid Clarence W Erickson Maurice Fichbohm Fran cis L Finch Russell S Fliger Ralph E Gauger Mary C M Grif fin John D Glcason Charles W rove Mabel A Hartson Helena E Heinmiller Bernard J Heit Donald W Hoffman Francis J Hoffman Josephine M Hughes Luella L Hunemiller Georgena A Jirak HerbertL Eelly Rolland E Kelly Clarence vjKobliskatVi V Ruby N Rose A Laures Josephine Leicht man Rosella Mae Leitel Harold E Martinek Harold Glen Marvel Ray mond F McGee Velva Angelo Meier Velma Marjorie Mettner David L Moorhead Arthur Munson Myrtle Munson Ruth Lorraine Mun son Lois C Murray Alert J Nat vig Ruby H OHolleran Harry W Pietan John Foley Reilly Paul A Robrock Rebina F Russell W Le land Schlappi Robert D Schnurr Lee Schultz Wallace L Sheehy Harold 0 Stephens Marcellene Tarp Adelaide Valma Vaala Ber nita Marguerite Waltz Ray J Wei man Kathleen K Wentz Merle Wentz Sarah M Werner Glen W Wilkins and Mildred Naomi Witten burg Day in Congress Bl THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Senate In recess House In recess FRIDAY Senate Passed naval ap propriation ill House Passed numerous private bills Military committee tabled TVA legislation Ways and means committee heard William Greeu and Hugh Johnson call for two year exten sion of NRA For Your Convenience IN SELECTING Memorial Day Plants and Flowers We Will Be Open All Day Sunday May 26 KEMBLPS GREENHOUSE PHONE 55 1205 SOUTH FEDERAL AVE ;