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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, DECEMBER 15 1936 THIRTEEN 5TH MAN IN RAIL CRASH NEAR NEW HAMPTON DIES I, G, C, HEARING. WILL BE HELD Charles Thein, Fireman, Succumbs to Injuries at Hospital. NEW HAMPTON — Charles Thein, 32. fireman, died Tuesday, bringing the death toll in the Chicago Great Western railroad tram crash at Boyd, near here, early Sunday up to five. Thein suffered a relapse at St. Joseph's hospital where he apparently had been recovering. Thein's wife arrived here Tuesday and the body will be taken to St. Paul. Chickasaw County Coroner W. M. Larkin said that an inquest U being postponed until after the hearing Wednesday by the Interstate commerce commission. Meanwhile railroad officials are • also investigating the wreck. Freight Was Backing. The collision occurred as a freight train was starting to back up to New Hampton after its engineers had seen a block signal warning. The passenger train, traveling at a high rate of speed, tore into the freight locomotive in •\ HERE AND THERE Miscellaneous 1 ^ I terns From 125 Globe-Gazette Correspondents in- North Iowa and Minnesota Visitors From Rochester. ROCK FALLS—Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Boettcher and daughter, Ruth Ann, and Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Peterson of Kiester, Minn., were guests at the M. M. Peterson home Sunday. Visitors From Waterloo. ROCKWELL—Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Collentinc of Waterloo, spent Sunday here at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. E, Smith, parents of Mrs. Collentine. Moves to Austin. STACYVILLE—Mrs. Anna.Kin- hey moved her household goods to Austin Monday to establish a home for her son, John and daughter. Dorothy, who have been employed at Austin the past i year. Mrs. Kinney has been as | sistant postmaster for severa I years. Mr. and Mrs. William Green ' will now occupy her residence. Missionary Pictures: Shown. WHITTEMORE—Father Ivis o Sioux City held a meeting at thi academy hall Monday evening fo. the promoters of the Catholli Propagation of the Faith. Motion the fog. It was learned that Sam Schlappi, station cashier, and Elmer Koenig, tower operator, both of New Hampton who were listening to the dispatcher's wire at 5 o'clock Sunday morning heard this dramatic message from Conductor Joe Murray, in charge of the freight train on the siding at Fredericksburg, "Did you change I the train order that I received at New Hampton?'' Tensely Awaited Word. "No," replied the dispatcher. "Well the passenger train just pictures depicting missionar, work in various parts of the country were also shown. Has Scarlet Fever. TITONKA — Alvin Honken owner of the North Kossuth radio shop, is ill at his home with a severe case of scarlet fever. He was put under quarantine Saturday. The Rev. Calvin Schnucker harge of his shop. Christmas Party Held. LAKOTA—The Christmas party of the Ledyard township Farm Bureau, was held Friday evening at the Frank Lewis home. Christmas carols were sung and the re- pulled through and there is cer- maindeV of the evening was tain to be a headon collission near I SD ent : n olavin" eames Boyd." Tensely they waited. ' ° Finally Conductor Frank Mellon of the passenger train hooked his portable telephone on the wire! . , , and said. "The trains collided of an eight pound Are Parents of Son. WESLEY—Dr. and Mrs. Alson Braley of Iowa City are parents headon at the signal block at Boyd, two killed and don't knov/ how many injured." The dispatcher crisply ordered the operator at New Hampton to call the roadmaster, Clyde Finch: agent, A. W. Cowles: the company surgeon, Dr. P. E. Gardner and ambulances. them Friday son afternoon. born 10 He has POLITICAL BED-MAKING A wisecracker maintains that when a politician makes up his bed he should lie in it. Unfortunately he seems more inclined to make up his bunk and lie out of it.—Kitchener Record. been named Alson Dunning. This is their first child and he is a grandson of Druggist and Mrs. H. J. Braley of Wesley. Dr. Braley has completed three years special study of the eye, and is being retained on the staff of Iowa university. Program Monday Night. LAKE MILLS — The annual Christmas program at the school will be given on Monday night at the auditorium. Hildegarde Huseth, daughter of the Rev. and Mrs. H. F. Huseth. has been chosen by the faculty to read the Christmas gospel. At Rites in Nebraska. WHEELERWOOD—Mrs. Frank Pope of Rockwell has been spending the past week at the Lloyd Wepking home during the absence of Mr. and Mrs. Wepking who went to Nebraska to attend the funeral of an aunt of Mrs. Wepking's. Visits at Ottumwa. ROCKWELL—Mrs. Mary Johnson is visiting at her daughter's, Mrs. G. H. Osborne at Qttumwa. Leaves for Chicago. ROCKWELL—Mrs. Julia Treston left Saturday, night for a two months' stay with her daughter. Miss Mary Treston in Chicago.' G-Min Is Speaker, DUMONT—A. H. Henry, G-man from Omaha, will speak at the December meeting of the PTA Tuesday evening at the schoolhouse. Robert Pfaltzgraff will play a marimba solo and Harl Coonley will sing a solo. Will Go to Florida. BURT—Jennie Thompson went to Ames Monday and will leave from there with her niece, Mrs. L. L. Clement and husband for 3 month's visit in Florida and al other southern points. Daughter Is Born. JOICE—A 9% pound girl was born to Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Yodcr Saturday. They are employed at the E. L. Anderson farm, and Helmer, Webster City. These Former Resident of Joice Dies in Albert Lea; Rites Are Held JOICE—John T. Johnson, Albert Lea, former Joice resident and operator of the Farmers' elevator here, died from pneumonia. Funeral services were held in Albert Lea Saturday and burial took place at Lake Mills. He was married Thanksgiving day to Miss Esther Mohr and was employed by the William Construction company at Albert Lea. Bart Meehan Funeral Is Held at Dumon DUMONT^-Funeral services fo Bart Meehan, 63, were held Satur day afternoon at the Methodis church. The Rev. E. M. Miller pastor of the United Brethren church preached and the Rev. F P. Shaffer of the Methodist church vas in charge. Music was furnish •d by a quartet composed ot.Har Coonley, Mrs. J. R. Britcher. Miss •Idna Clemens and Donavon Day Hampton, with Mrs. Carl- Boeckemeier at the piano. Mrs. Britcher ang a solo. convenient ccrtuA % Up and up goes the speed, the convergence, the downright solid comfort and enjoyment of go ; ng places on the .western rails. % Down and down has gone the cost of that rail travel — until now it is the lowest in history. • Every typ« of traveler is profiting from thii two-way pull — and no one more than those who must watch their travel budgets core- fully. Consider what those precious dollars buy on the Santa Fe's Scout, dailybetweenChicogo and Los Angeles—dedicated to finer service fortourist-Pullman and chair car passengers. • The Scout it fast, ranking with all but the extra-fare fliers. It is convenient — in departure from and arrival at Chicago, Kansas City, Los Angeles; and in connections for Grand Canyon. • Th« Scout is comfortable—air- ASK AiOUT ALL- EXPENSE ESCORTED CALIFORNIA TOURS THIS WINTER conditioned throughout. Its tourist sleepers are the finely reconditioned standard P'jllmans of but a few years ago. The chair can, beautifully decorated, have new type deeply cushioned and adjustable reclining seats; individual overhead lights; unusuolly roomy baggage racks, double breadth windows, generous dressing rooms. It is economical—for there are free pillows, drinking cups and porter service.'— delicious low cost Fred Harvey meals—with those rock bottom western winter rail fares, shown below. May ws assist in planning yourfr/p? LOWEST LONG LIMIT WINTER ROUND TRIP FARES EVER OFFERED BETWEEN MASON CITY AND CALIFORNIA $ jp A 7A *° und lr 'p f^ C I V coocK far«. ^B "% Six month* ^J^J ratvm limit. On tal* NwMib«r 1 to May 14. month* return limit. On tol. Nov.m- b*r 1-Moy 14. Urttl txtra. r Hound trip J nrit cl«M. 30-day return limit. On tal. from October 1 tt May 14. Icrth Mtra. Mrs. Luick Funeral Is Held at Belmonc BELMOND — Funeral services were held Saturday afternoon for Pearl Wilcox Luick, 46, who diec Thursday morning at the Hampton hospital. The cause of death was a throat infection and resulting complications. The Rev. J. C. Buthman of Clarion was in charge of the services, held at the Methodist church. The Rev. J. S. Hutchings assisted. Mrs. Luick spent her entire life in this community, up until April of this year, when the family moved to Jewell arid managed a ca/e. She leaves her husband, Mike J. Luick, one daughter, Guinevere; one son, Courtland: her mother, Mrs. Dora Wilcox; two sisters, one brother and a host of relatives and friends. Hampton Masons Elect Officers; Lodge Heads of Rebekahs Are Named HAMPTON—Newly elected oC- 'icers of Anchor chapter of the Masonic lodge are: H. P., Fred Keepf: K., George Patterson; S.. Jr. J. E. Foster; treasurer, Willam Donaldson; secretary, C. G rlaney. Blue lodge officers are: W. M., Lloyd Hoofnagle; S. W, "reorge A. McCullough; J. W.. Clarence Donaldson; treasurer, r red Keepf; secretary, Arnold Snater; trustee, C. G, Haney. New officers of Rosella Reb.e- <ah lodge are: Noble grand, Mrs iarry Heckman: vice grand, Mrs. Minnie Williams: recording secre- ary, Miss Mildred Senncff; finan- ial secretary, Miss Marie Stagner; treasurer, Mrs. Daisy Booth; rustee, Mrs. Fred Schweiger. Robert Clavvson Rites Conducted in Hampton HAMPTON — Funeral services vere held at the Millett funeral ome Tuesday afternoon for Robrt Clawson, 45, son of the late larry Clawson and Mrs. Clawson, ormerly of Hampton. The Rev. C. Kleckner, pastor of the Church Christ, was in charge. Mr Clawson died Saturday at his ome at Omaha after a. lingering Iness. He is survived by his wife, is mother, two brothers and a ^ster. D. M. SPANOLER, O.n. Aunt 8AUTA TB BT. ' 1*1 Eoult.ibl. Blflir, DES MOINJCS. IOWA Phon»:. 4-7173 »nd 4-7174 Coffee Shop to Move. BELMOND — Workmen are completing the remodeling of the C. S. Robinson building, which will be the 'new home for Farmer's Coffee shop. Ross Farmer, owner and manager of the lunch room, plans to be ready for business by the last of thi* week. Birth Is Reported. PLYMOUTH —. Word was received by relatives here of the birth of a daughter, weighing eight pounds and four ounces. Dec. 4 -to Mr. and Mrs. Glen Chehock .of Grand Rapids, Minn. This is the first child. Mrs. Chehock was formerly Leone Palmerton of Plymouth. Class Make.J26.50; ROCK FALLS—The junior class of the local high -school made $26.50 at a dance held in the gym Saturday night. Home From Nebraska. CALMAR — Truman Hazelton arrived home from Nebraska for a visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Hazelton and family. Civic Club Party Held. GRAFTON—The Civic club held its annual Christmas party Sunday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Glassel. The group also celebrated Mr. Glassers birthday. The campfire girls presented the one act play "Squaring it With the Boss." They also exchanged gifts. Leaves for Texas. LAKE MILLS—Ed Gesme and Harry Talle left Friday for Texas on a 10 days business trip. Visit in Chicag-o. STACYVILLE — Leo Blakse, Norbert Schmitt and Al Schmitt motored to Chicago Sunday to visit friends. They will also visit their sister, Miss Dorothy Schmitt who is a nurse at St. Theresa's hospital at Waukegan, 111. Celebrates Birthday. WHITTEMORE—A party was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Voight Sunday evening. The occasion was their son, Harold's 17th birthday. Five hundred was played with prizes going to Dalbert Dogotch and John Fish. Are Parents of Son. LONEROCK — Mr. and Mrs. Walter Faulstick are the parents of an 8 ] ,i pound boy born Sunday. Daughter Is Born. LAKOTA—A girl was born to the Rev. and Mrs. A. F. Boese on Dec. 10. Returns From Chicago. SWALEDALE—Tom Gerdes returned from Chicago where he went with a carload of fat cattle. He stopped for a visit with his sister, Mrs. Stover, in Naperville. 111. Candidates Are Received. WESLEY—Reception of candidates into the Catholic Daughters of America lodge was held Sunday afternoon with Mrs. Ella Mae Foster of Britt, district deputy,, presiding and local officers making up the degree team. Play to Be Given. CRYSTAL LAKE — The ladies aid will put on a play, "Sewing for the Heathen," Wednesday night in .the high school auditorium. Arrive From Spirit Lake. PLYMOUTH—William Shook of Spirit Lake arrived in Plymouth Monday for a pre-Christmas visit at the George Seeley, Sr., home. Move From Bricelyn. TITONKA—Mr. and Mrs. Raleigh Pannkuk of Bricelyn, Minn., have moved into the William Mayland house in town. Mr. and Mrs. Claire Heifner and baby nave moved into the house on the Emma Heifner farm recently vacated by Mr. and Mrs. Earl ;Stott The Stotts have moved to Klemme and opened a grocery store. Were in St. Paul. LAKOTA—Dr. and Mrs. R. L. Williams spent several days at Minneapolis and St. Paul. At Rites Near Des Vloines. STILSON—Mr. and Mrs. Russel ll attended the funeral of Mil,on Lamb's father near Des Moines Saturday. Home From Hospital. LAKOTA—Mrs. Marvin Baum nd infant son have returned lome from the hospital at Buffalo Center. Officers to be Installed. i BELMOND—The following of- icers will be installed at the East- irn Star lodge meeting which will IB held the first Wednesday in 'anuary: Selma .Griesy, matron: Cato Griesy, patron; Alice Tjaden. ssociate matron; H. H. Larson, ssociate patron; Daisy Cameron, ecretary; Bernice Williams, trea- urer; Hermenia Dunn, conduc- ress; Ruth Hardwick, assistant onductress. Has Position at Williams. SWALEDALE — Ralph Taylor took his son, Mer], to Williams where he has a position. $54 for "Auxiliary. CRYSTAL LAKE—The American Legion auxiliary held the annual supper Saturday night. Fifty-four dollars was taken in. Flynn Proposes Corn License Plates for Iowa JJJULUJUUJLLLUJLJLU-. Con I make pancakes of Ye§. Simply mix as directed, but -with four at table you will need three griddles to keep up. Ask your groofr or write for free booklet Old - Fashioned Millers/ Inc. St Paul Minn. .11 1) T) H \| State Representative Joe Flynn of Decorah plans to introduce £ bill in the next legislative session to change the, Iowa automobile license plate to the yellow ear-corn type .pictured above. "We sin/r of our corn, we talk about our corn, now let's EO one better and take the corn alonp," Flynn said in proposing that Iowa tell the ^orld of its chief product through <wo million license plates. "Whether on Fifth avenue. New York, or Hollywood boulevard. lowans would be advertising their state." AGEDHIGEVILLE WOMAN DIES Rites for Mrs. Davidson, 83, to Be Wednesday at Church. RICEVILLE—Mrs. A. M. Davidson, 83, died at her home here Sunday. She was born in Norway and named Karen Christopherson, Upon coming to America her name was changed to Carrie. She was married to A. M. Davidson and to them were born three children. Mrs. Hans Aker of Rice- vUle, Mrs. Page Brown of St. Paul three with their families including 4 grandchildren, are left. She has been cared for in her declining years in her own home by Mr. and Mrs. Aker, assisted when necessary by the other children. Mrs. Brown had been here for some time preceding her mother's death. Funeral services will be held in the Congregational church Wednesday at 1:30 p. m. with her pastor, the Rev. J. Priestley, in charge. Burial will be by the side of her husband in Riverside cemetery. WORTH DECLAM WINNERS NAMED Beverly Haugen, Robert Johnson Win Firsts in Contest, NORTHWOOD—Winners In the Worth county rural school declamatory contest sponsored by the Farm bureau organization were Beverly Haugen, Fertile township, first, and Constance Olson, Barton township, second, in the dramatic division;, and Robert Johnson, Brookfield township, first, and Harriet Curley, Deer Creek township, second, in the humorous division. Judges were Supt. Martin Hjelmeland, Otranto; Miss Ruth FIRE DESTROYS HAMPTON HOUSE Flames Break Out While Family Away; Most of Contents Lost. HAMPTON—Fire of unknown origin destroyed the Dick Chester residence in the northwest part of town. The family had^been away since noon and the fife was discovered Saturday evening by neighbors. Most of the furnishings were lost. House and furnishings were insured for $1200. A small fire_at the Grant Palmer residence in the west part of town caused damage estimated at $15. The cause of the blaze, which started on a shelf in the attic, was unknown. Earth, Manly; and Mrs. Webb. Northwood, in the dramatic division; and Supt Hjelmeland, Otranto; Miss Clara Dickman, Manly, and Miss Esther A. Webb, Northwood, in the humorous division. All townships with the exception of Hartland were represented in the contest. Mrs. Ole Stokka Dies at Cylinder Residence EMMETSBURG — Mrs. • Ole Stokka, wife of a Cylinder blacksmith, died at her home there Monday after a lingering illness. Her husband and several children survive. To Get the Best Cough Remedy, Mix It at Home Quicker Relief. Big Saving. 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