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Mason City, Iowa
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Saturday, December 19, 1936
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EIGHT MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, DECEMBER 19 • 1936 KANAWHA MAN DIES OF INJURIES; LELAND BOY HURT ~ " LUG/IS WAS IN HEADON CRASH Driver Is Held at Forest •City After Passing School Bus. KANAWHA—C. C. Lucas, 61, Kanawha insurance man who was injured late Wednesday when his car and one driven by Mrs. Gerhard Krauss of Corwith collided headon, died Friday night at 6- o'clock at the Lutheran hospital at Hampton. Mrs. Krauss was reported to be recovering at the hospital, following the removal of an eye which was injured in the accident. Uucas, \vho suffered a fractured skull and internal injuries, had lived in and near Kanawha most of his life. He moved to a Kanawha farm as a small child. Then he operated the Klemme Lumber company here and in 1908 became vice president of the bank, which position he held until 1933. He since was in the insurance business and a month ago was honored at a banquet in Hotel Hanford. Mason City. Surviving Lucas are his wife and daughter, Maxine; one brother, Burt Lucas of Lewiston, Mont; five sisters, Mrs. P. G. Degan of Big Timber, Mont., Mrs. Henry Gramley of Lewiston, Mrs. H. H. Fritz of Clarion, Mrs. L. G. Baker of Algona and Mrs. H. H. Stewart of Kanawha. Funeral services /Tuesday afternoon :-: HERE AND THERE :-: Miscellaneous Items From 125 Globe-Gazette Correspondents in North Iowa and Minnesota church of Kanawha. DRIVER WHO STRUCK SCHOOL BOY HELD LELAND—Ellsworth Hesness, 9, son of Clarence H. Hesness, was severely injured late Friday when he was struck as he stepped out of a school bus. Robert A. Haglund of Indianola, whose car injured the boy, is being held in jail at Forest City, pending the outcome of the condition of the boy. The school bus had neared the At Rites in Des Moines. RUDD — Clarence and Oscar Felix, Ray Burzette and Herman Schrader left Friday afternoon for Des Moines to attend funeral services for William Felix, who formerly lived at Rudd. The services were held Saturday morning, Dec. 19. Leave for Clinton. ROCK FALLS—Mr. and Mrs. Howard Borup left for Clinton to spe/id their Christmas vacation with friends and relatives. 2 Groups Elect. MANLY—The Womens' Missionary Society of the Manly English Lutheran church elected Mrs. Emil rillman. President; Mrs. L. O. Snudson. vice preseident; Mrs. O. Litchenstein,, Secretary and Urs. George Duncan, treasurer. Wrs. G. G. Parker, secretary; and Mrs. L. L. Knudson, life membership secretary. The Lutheran luild elected Mrs, L, L. Knudson president; Mrs. Oscar Schulte, vice jresideni; Mrs. Irwin Wren, sec- •etary and Mrs. Arthur Holland, reasurer. Goes to New Rockford. CALMAR—Miss Matilda Haukedal departed Thursday for New Rockford North Dak., where she will spend the winter with her sister. Go to Council Bluffs. RAKE—Mr. and Mrs. Gus Jphn- at the M. E. j son went to Council Bluffs Friday. Their son, Herman and Lewis Ryg, who attend school there returned with them to spend the Christmas vacation. In Baseball School Training. STACYVILLE — Frances "Bud" Give Immunization. ROCKFORD—The first in a series of two treatments for diptheria immunization was given to Rockford children at the school. This work is carried on by the social service committee of the Rockford Woman's club. At the present time is nearly 100 per cent in immunization as this work has been carried on over a period of years. Mrs. G. H. Galvin, social service chairman, is in charge. Given Surprise Party. CRYSTAL LAKE—Evelyn Hansen was honored at a surprise birthday party held at the home of her .parents, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Hansen Tuesday evening. Evelyn is a senior in the high school. Returns From Trip. MANLY—The Rev. Gus Ehl, pastor of Sacred Heart church, returned home Tuesday from a two months vacation trip for his health. The Rev. Dan O'Leary who has been in charge of the parish during Father Ehl's vacation, will remain for a while. Returns to Cedar Rapids. Home From Ames. RAKE — Miss Lila Nelson, daughter, of Mrs, Ole Nelson, arrived Friday to spend the holidays at her home. She attends Iowa State college at Ames. Move From Minneapolis. MANLY—Mr. and Mrs. F. R. Haughtaling have moved here from Minneapolis. Mr. Haughtaling has taken over the Phillips 66 station west of Manly. Are in Columbia Choir. STACYVILLE—John P. Smith, son of Mrs. Rose Smith has been rechosen as a member of the vested choir of Columbia college at Dubuque, Iowa, Frances D. Heimerman, a son of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Heimerman has been chosen as a new member of the choir. Hostess to- Society. MANLY—Mrs. Kenneth Wren assisted by Mrs. Fessenden and Mrs. Crabtree of Mason City, entertained the Freeman Ladies' aid Wednesday afternoon. There were 28 present. Mrs. Hansen Hostess, ROCK FALLS—Mrs. Paul Han- will be held Heimer, graduate of the Visitation high school of Stacyville, left for Los Angeles, Cal., where he will enroll in the national baseball training school. Mrs, Iverson Hostess. MANLY—Mrs. Lloyd Iverson end of its route and had stopped I fT H t" *- ? TH -,,-bor, i>,o ,~-^=r,t ^ £•-_ entertained the Freeman Ladies when the accident occurred. Haglund was on his way to Swea City to visit a b'X'ther. The boy, who was taken to Irish hospital, Forest City, suffered a basal fracture of the skull and a broken leg. The boy v,-as conscious Saturday. Floella Erickson Is Thompson 0. E. S. Head THOMPSON—Members of the Thompson chapter of the Order of the Eastern Star Thursday evening elected: Worthy matron, Floella Erickson; worthy Bruce Carson; associate patron, matron, Mildred EUefson; associate patron. Alvin Payne; secretary, Carol Payne; treasurer, Sophie Stewart: conductress, Rose Carson; associate conductress, Sehna Robinson. Installation will be held Jan 14, 1937. Style Shoppe to Move. EAGLE GROVE—Mrs. William Wiggins, who has conducted what is known as "Marjorie's Style Shoppc." in the Waddell building on West Broadway for the past Bridge club at her home Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. C. L. Stauner won high score prize. Leave for Texas! GREENE—Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Margretz, who sold their home at Mason City and are guests of her sister, Mrs. S. W. Downs, Greene, left Saturday for San Antonio, Tex., to spend the winter. They will be guests of Mrs. Margretz's aunt at Pawnee City, Nebr., Christmas day, enroute. Home From College. MANLY—Among early arrivals home from Christmas holidays are Miss Margaret Macker, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Macker who attends Lindenwood college at St. Louis, Mo., and Miss Mable Mitchell daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Will Mitchell who attends Iowa State college at Ames. Honored on Birthday. RIDGEWAY—A number of relatives and friends gathered at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Koch Thursday evening to celebrate her birthday anniversary. The occasion was planned as a surprise. Leaves for California. CHAPIN—Galen Bonjour, who Thompson returned to Cedar- Rapids where she is attending Coe college. Mi«s Thompson will assist in the postoffice during the holiday season. Mrs. Rolla Hostess. MANLY—The Ladies Auxiliary to the Brotherhood of Raiiroac! trainmen held initiation Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Clarence Rolla, Mrs. Clarence Hogan is president, Mrs. Clarence Rolla, secretary and Mrs. Earl Adams, treasurer. Cards were played after the meeting with Mrs. Frank Garvey winning high and Mrs. Andrew Jensen, low. Births Are Reported. TITONKA—Mr. and Mrs. Ed Callies are parents of an 8 pound girl. She has been named Marylane Sue. Mr. and Mrs. K. I. Fisher are the parents of an 8% pound baby boy, their first son. He has been named Paul Ingham. Arrive From Des Moines KANAWHA — Mr. and Mrs. Paul ard nesday for a short visit with Mr Mather's mother, Mrs, Paul Mather, who is a patient in the .Mercy hospital at Mason City Miss Louise Mather, who is attending school at Iowa City, came Leave for LaPorte City. KANAWHA — Miss Leona sen Entertained the L. U. G. A. club at a Christmas party and dinner at her home Thursday afternoon. Moves to Minneapolis. NORA SPRINGS—Mrs. E. E. Birney, wife of Dr. Birney, who died the latter part of October, left here Thursday to make her home with her sister, Mrs. Cargill, in Minneapolis, after 35 years' residence in Nora Springs, coming here from Greene. Mrs. Birney sold her household goods and the home will be occupied by E. R. Idso who moved here from Alden and operates the New Deal Meat market. Leave for Waterville. LIME SPRINGS—Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Hendrickson and children will leave Saturday for Waterville to spend the holidays with Mr. Hendrickson's parents. WORTH JURORS ARE DISMISSED Settlement Is Reached in Damage Action Based on Crash. NORTHWOOD — Judge M. Edwards closed his work for the week Friday in the local district court and returned to his home at Parkersburg. Court was adjourned subject to call and the jurors were dismissed for the term. Judge Edwards expects to go' to Detroit. Mich., for the Chirstmas holidays, he stated while here this week. Settlement was obtained in the automobile damage suit brought by Miss Jeannette Hopperstad of Northwood against C. R. Field and Donald Field of Manly. Valentine C. Carpenter, also a passenger in the car when it overturned on the nighway north of Fertile on July 16, 1935, was a claimant under the same action, the total amount of iieir claims being $6,648.45 and the amount to be paid under the settlement being $700. Trial had begun on this case, the jury selected and the evidence of the plaintiff attorneys introduced, when it was announced that a-settlement had been reached out of court and the trial discontinued. C. R. Field was the owner of the car in which Miss Hopperstad and Carpenter were riding and his son Donald was driving. Two divorces were granted by Judge Edwards, Mildred Anderson, Northwood, was granted a divorce from T. F. Anderson. Cruel and inhuman treatment was alleged. They were married June 27, 1936, in Omaha, Nebr., and separated Nov. 22, 1936. Ruth Boutelle, Bristol township, was given a decree freeing her from Wayne Boutelle, Kensett, desertion being the grounds for the action. Neither case was contested. Peter Mosback Rites Held at Whittemore WHITTEMORE f- Peter Mosbach, 62, for many! years a prominent fanner of this vicinity, died at his home, 3 miles north of Whittemore, Wednesday evening. He had been in poor health &;r some time with high blood pressure and hardening of the arteries. Born in Livingston county. 111., March 30, 1874, he came to Kossuth county in 1895. Three brothers, Fred, John and Edward, and one sister, Margaret,, survive him. Three brothers and two sisters preceded him in death. Ke was never married.' Funeral services were held Friday morning at St. Michael's church, Father Viet reading the re- DAIRY GROUP PLANS PROGRAM Effort to Be Made to Get Cheese Plants Under Cream Grading. WATERLOO—With a 100 per cent representation of its nine affiliated associations, the board of directors of the Iowa State Dairy association met -at Ames to make plans for the state dairy program for 1937. The board authorized the advertising committee, headed by E. S. Estel, Waterloo, to divide the ciuiem mass..- Pallbearers were Theodore Kenecht, Joseph El-. , , . , . ,„ ,. . , , , bert, Gregory filbert, George Win- 1 state into - 40 ^ncts and to ap- kel, Ferdinand Ostwald and Herman Lauck. Out of town relatives attending the funeral were Dr. and Mrs. L. Mosbach and family of Humboldt, Iowa; Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Mosbach and son. Joseph, Jr., and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mosbach of Pocahontas. Leave for Los Angeles. FERTILE—James Lucken, Martin Hjelmeland and Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Ouverson left Friday after— . . , T . . _ -. T aul Mather, Jr., and son, Rich- f oon for Los An § el es, Cal., for a rd, of Des Moines, came Wed- S'fL™™*™*™'*™"* GREENE—Mrs. Charles Price, who with Mr. Price purchased E grocery store at LaPorte City, left for LaPorte City Tuesday night, after a brief visit here with her brother Johnny Downing, who is critically ill at his home, 4 miles southwest of Greene. Guest of Brother. ROCKWELL — E. H. Ewy of Westbrook, Minn., is a guest of year, will move: to the building in j has been staying at the John the next block east, to the store Schmitt home the past everai occupied room formerly Middleton Music Jan. 1. by the House, about months, left for an indefinite stay at Arroyo-Granda, his brothers. Cal., to visit his brother, J. J. Ewy. Teachers Hear Cram. RIDGEWAY—The Lincoln and Orleans tccchcrs held a meeting at the Orleans district No. 3 school of which Miss Velma Rink is the teacher, Wednesday morning. Professor Cram of Cedar Falls was the speaker. His talk was on the subject of sixth grade history. Ice 18 Inches Thick. STACYVILLE—The Little Cedar river has ice 18 inches thick and has been cleared of snow, affording excellent skating. High banks on east shore afford a fine place for skiing. Returns to Gary. CORWITH—Andrew Christopher returned to his home at Gary, S. Dak.,'after visiting his nieces, Mrs. W. H. Schwab, northeast of Corwith and Mrs. G. L. Severns. Plan Christmas Party. CORWITH — The Friendship Bible class of the Methodist church held a Christmas party Thursday evening ;it the Francia Kec home. Christmas Program Given. through, taking the southern route. Mr. Lucken and Mr. Hjelmeland expect to be back for the opening of school on Jan. 4. Home for Vacations. HAYFIELD—Fae Hawley, Darlene Schulz and Maynard Taylor, all students at Waldorf college, came home Friday for the holiday vacation. §chool Faculty Entertained. LONEROCK—Supt. and Mrs. V. V. Frye entertained the school faculty at a Christmas party Thursday evening. Bingo and monopoly were played. Daughters Are Born. BURT—Daughters were born Thursday, Dec. 17, to Mr. and Mrs. Jess Volentine and Mr. and Mrs. Dale Dundas. Honored at Shower. OTRANTO — A miscellaneous ihower complimentary to Mr. and Mrs. Lawerence Priem was siven at the parental Fred J. Priem home. This is the first of a series of showers in their honor. Leave for Lockhart. BURT—Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Iliff and family left Saturday for iQckhart, Tex., where they will spend Christmas with a married daughter. Robert Lindsay 111. NORA SPRINGS—Robert Lindsay is critically ill at the home of his son, Prescott, west of town. John Festle is quite ill and a near neighbor, Mrs. C. Klu.ger, has been very ill for months. Mrs. Charles Dinsmore is still seriously ilL John Meier is also ill. Leave for West. THOMPSON—Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Ostrander left Thursday for Los Angeles, Cal., to visit i couple of months with his brother Andrew Ostrander and family From there they will go to Nap- Grade, High School Pupils in Northwood Give Music Program NORTHWOOD—A program of vocal and instrumental music was given in the new high school auditorium Friday afternoon with all of the grades from the fourth to eighth inclusive and the high school students taking part. A short concert by the school band opened the program. Choral numbers were given by the separate grades and by the high school chorus, under Ihe direction of Miss Evelyn Johnson, music instructor of the schools. Two numbers were sung by the high school girls' sextet. Songs were sung and dramatized by the. fourth grade, illustrating the story of the first Christmas. Choric recitation of two numbers was given by nine members of the high school declamatory group under the direction of Mrs. H. H. Douglass. A i clarette band of 40 beginners in ] the grades played. | On Thursday afternoon a program was given jointly by the kindergarten children and first grade pupils, the second and third grade pupils having a Christmas party at the same time. On Wednesday evening members of the Sue Hastings company with their marionettes gave a program in the auditorium which was attended by more than 500 people. This was a number of the current lecture course. On Friday afternoon, following the program at the school, Northwood school children were guests at a special program given at the Northwood theater by Manager eorge W. Haight. Rural school children were guests at a special program given Saturday afternoon. Sylvia Colton, 69, Near Orchard, Buried OSAGE—Funeral services were held at the Colton farm home near Orchard Saturday afternoon for Miss Sylvia Colton, 69, who died Thursday at the home where she had spent her entire life. Sylvia Colton was born in Floyd county, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Colton, pioneer residents. Miss Colton is the last of the family of five children. Burial will be in the Orchard cemetery. point a subcommittee in each district whose duty will be to contact every creamery in the district. Each creamery will be asked to contribute 5 cents a 1,000 pounds of butter made last year toward the of butter educational the national dairy CLARION — Twenty-three vine, Wash., to visit their daugh- He: But I wasn't speeding, Officer. Officer: Nope, but you were blocking traffic. Tell me when the Globe-Gazette's Annual New Year's Edition is to be published and I'll let you go. I members and guests of the Kenj sington club met at the home of Mrs. P. T. Struck Thursday afternoon. Group singing of Christmas carols and readings by Margaret Schump and Kirk • Draheim | composed the program. I Will Leave for East. I BURT—Mrs. Helen Peters and | daughter, Mary Lee will leave Monday to spend the holidays with relatives in Philadelphia and New York City. Ill With Pneumonia. GARNER — W. H. McGrew, manager of the local Central States Electric office is seriously ill with pneumonia. He was taken in an ambulance to Mercy hospital j at Mason City. Pupils Give Program. MILLER—School closed Friday for the holiday vacation of two weeks, A program was given by the pupils in the afternoon. Will Live in Ottumwa. GARNER—Mrs. F. L, McCurnin plans to leave soon to make her home at Ottumwa where her daughter, Florence, is employed. Mrs. McCumin recently sold her drug store to George Free of Algona. Leaves for West. OTRANTO—The Otranto school closed Friday for a two weeks' recess. Supt. Martin Hjelmeland is spending his vacation in the west planning on attending the football game New Year's day. Party Planned by Legion. CHAPIN — Members of the Crawford-Johnson post and the Auxiliary and their families are having a Christmas party in the Legion hall Tuesday evening Dec, At 6:30 a pot luck lunch will be served. There will be a Christmas tree and treats for the children. ter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Granzcnv. They expect to return about March 1. Mrs. Kraus Honored. MANLY—The Manly Birthday club met at the Jake Kraus home Wednesday afternoon honoring Mrs. Kraus. An exchange of Christmas gifts was a feature of the afternoon. Aeed Woman 111. MANLY—Mrs. A. E, Miller, 92, is seriously ill at her home in the Holden flat. She was overcome by the fumes from an- oilstove Thanksgiving day and has not recovered from the effects. Honored on Birthday. MANLY — A group of friends surprised Mrs. Ermine Todd Wednesday evening at her home in honor of her birthday. Mrs. Joe Stauner was hostess. College Publicity Men. ! LINCOLN, Nebr., UP) — More j than 30 representatives of colleges j in Nebraska, Iowa, Kansas and j Missouri attended a district meeting of the American College Publicity association here. Don MacKay represented Coe college of Cedar Rapids. Electric Motor Repairing By Experienced Men New Motors Bought and Sold Zack Bros. ELECTRIC CO. 306 2nd S. W. Phone 977 PUBLIC AUCTION! As I am quitting; farming I will have a public sale on the old Henry Schuldt farm 1 mile north and 1 mile cast of Klemme on the south side of the road, on TUESDAY, DEC. 22 Lunch will be served at 11:30 and sale will begin promptly at 12:30 33 HEAD OF HOLSTEIN CATTLE—22 milch cows, some of these cows will freshen soon; others are now milking; 6 heifers, coming 2 years old; 4 calves; Holstein bull, 4 years old, purchased from L C. Hastings of Garner. He is sired by the sire contest winner for 1936. This Is a high producing herd of cows. t HEAD OF HORSES 25 HEAD OF HOGS 300 LEGHORN CHICKENS FULL LINE OF FARM MACHINERY, ETC. TERMS: Cash or whatever arrangements you can make with your banker HENRY F. SCHULDT Ben Recmstma, Auctioneer First National Bank, Klcnune, Clerk Lime Springs Students at Homes for Vacation LIME SPRINGS—The following arrived home to spend holiday vacations: Miss Anna Davis of Decorah; Miss Pearl Roberts of Waterloo; Mrs. James Shoemaker of Sioux City; Bernard Hughes, Edwin Price, Glen Moar. Lucille Meyers, Margaret Jones and Mariory Rixley of State Teachers college, Cedar Falls: Dorothy Thomas, Charles Moore and Vernon Stintzi of Coe college, Cedar Rapids, and Wendell Vander Bie of Cornell college, Mount Vernon. program council. An effort will be made to require cheese plants of the state j to operate under the cream grad' ing law passed by the last legislature. The board voted in favor of the state setting up official standards of quality of cheese. The dairymen also voteH approval of the motion that all cream buyers be required to indicate to the farmer, on the sale stub, the grade of his cream as purchased under the cream grading law. Likewise they backed the proposal that all cream should be graded at the plant or station where cream is delivered instead of at the farm. The reason given for this is that Auxiliary at Manly Has Christmas Party MANLY—The American Legion Auxiliary was entertained at the home of Mrs. G. S. WestJy Thursday evening with Mrs. Anna Schwartz and Mrs. Joe Denniiiger, assisting hostesses. Christmas decorations, games and stunts and an exchange of-Christmas gifts made for a real Christmas party. Gwendolyn Tighe won a prize for correctly naming Christmas carols In a contest of wits 'and Mrs. Rose Adams won guest prize. Plans are being made for a pot luck dinner in the Legion club rooms Monday evening for Legion and Auxiliary members and their families. Mrs. Jesse Mason will be in charge of the program. few cream haulers are-sufficiently trained to grade cream. May 14 was officially set as State Dairy day for 1937. President Frederic Larrabee appointed the following legislative committee: Julius Brunner, Osage, president, Iowa Association of Local Creameries; O. L. Hemer, Waterloo, president, Iowa Holstein Breeders' association; A. P. Anderson, president, Iowa Creamery Operators association; Charles R. Mountain, Des Moines, president, Iowa Guernsey club; C. J. O'Neil, Ames, director of Association of Ice Cream manufacturers: Don Filson, Marshalltown, president, Iowa Brown Swiss Breeders' association; C. W. Howe. Des Moines, secretary, Iowa Jersey Cattle club; John Vogel, Sioux City, president, Iowa Creamery Butter Manufacturers -association; Roy Cook, Independence, secretary, Iowa Milking Shorthorn Breeders' association. W. R. Cothern, M. D. Rectal Specialist YOU CAN'T FORGET PILES. You have kept on suffering: because you dreaded an operation with its pain and dangers. However it is folly to suffer longer. I am using a method that cures without an operation and is lasting; and practically painless. Examination is free. Private diseases of men and women successfully treated Office: 11(4 East State St.—Over Yelland and Hanes If You Want Well Filled CHRISTMAS STOCKINGS Next Year.. Join the NORTHWEST'S 1937 Christmas Savings Club Right Away Old Santa knows that it takes gifts to make a jolly Christmas. He knows that the happy homes at Christmas time are the ones that have stockings loaded with gifts, candies and other good things. Now—why not assure yourself and all your family of a marvelous Christmas next year? it's easy. Here is all you have to do. Simply join the Northwest Savings Bank's 1937 Christmas Savings Club now—then next December 1 you'll get a Check from thi; bonk and you will hove plenty of Christmas spending money, So, join now before it's too late. Come in Monday—then Old Santa will not find you with an empty pocketbook next year, and you'll not have to go through another Christmas season pinching and scrimping. Join Monday—the Northwest has a Class for everyone and for every purpose. Northwest Savings Bank MASON CITY, IOWA Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation GIVE HIM A Y. M. C. A, MEMBERSHIP FOR CHRISTMAS

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