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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, DECEMBER 24 M 1936 _ LITTLE FORCED SELLING OF HOGS J[N_JOWA_QBSERVE]D PRICE STRENGTH IS ANTICIPATED Reduction of Marketings Followed Each Dip in Prices. AMES—The sharp reduction in hog offerings tnat has followed each recent reduction in price indicates that hogs still on farms a^e in relatively strong hands and that there is little if any forced selling, economists at Iowa State college said. Orderly marketing and continued strengthening of price may be expected "as a result of the situ- ntion which indicates that the fall run definitely is past, economists Increased cold storage holdings o£ lard, meat?, poultry and butler show how packers have prepared themselves for anticipated shortages expected later in the year as a result of the drought. Increased cold storage holdings probably are partly the explanation of rather well sustained hog prices in the face of recent heavy runs. ,, E«gs, because they are the only produce of \vhich cold storage supplies are not in excess of what they were a year ago, are at present in a favorable position from the producer's standpoint, but continued open winter weather likely will change that position rather rapidly, economists said. Arnt E. Erickson, 76, Buried; Rites Conducted at Rake RAKE—Funeral services were held Tuesday afternoon at the Zion Lutheran church for Arnt E. Erickson, 76. who died Thursday following a stroke. The Rev. H. Masby of Pros,, Minn., conducted the services. Miss Mavis Holton of Forest City sang a solo and a quartet composed of Mrs. Melburn Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Eamie Halverson and A. E. Halvorson, sang "Sweetly Resting." Mr. Erickson is survived by three children. Three children and his wife, who died four months ago, preceded him in death. Pallbearers were Arnt Rake, A. A. Rake. J. W. Lindsey, Gus Johnson, Otis Quamrae and Joe Frandle. Burial was made in the West Zion cemetery. Algona Families-to Spend Christmas on Out of Town Visits ALGONA — Among the many who will motor to various places to spend Christmas and those-entertaining guests are included with A. B. and Herbert Coffin and Mr. and Mrs.'Easly of Bradgate who will be entertained at the V. H. Coffin home for Christmas. Mrs. H. H. Rowe of Lafce Mills, mother of Mrs. Coffin, will also be present The A. P. and J. P. Anderson families from Bode will be guests of Mr. and Mrs. Loren Larson over Christmas. Wilmer White of Iowa Falls, Holland White" from the Iowa university, Vera McWhorter of Omaha and Mrs. Alice White of Waukegan, 111., will be out of town guests at the Ellis McWhorter home. Mr. and Mrs. W. G. McCullough and family will spend Sunday in Newton visiting the former's mother. Dr. Glen Naudam and wife of Rockhill, S. Car., will visit the former's parents, the W, E. Naudains. Mr. and Mrs. Dolph Miller will spend the day with the letter's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Grosenbach of Grinnell. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bartholomew will spend the day in Minneapolis with Mrs. Bartholomew's sister. Mrs. L. H. Crawford and family "and the Rev. and Mrs. C. Paul Carlson and son will spend the'day and the week-end in the Twin Cities visiting both of their parents, the Carlsons and Nygaards. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Kingsley of New York City will spend the holiday season at the T. C. Sherman home. Mrs. Kingsley was the former Dorothy Sherman. Mrs. C. B. Nashby and daughter, Judith, of Omaha will spend Christmas with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. K. D. James. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Horsford will spend Christmas at Minneapolis and the week-end with their respective parents. Mrs. A. G. Obecht of Fort Dodge will spend the holidays with her daughter and family, the G. D. Shumways. Mr. and Mrs. George Miller and daughter will spend Christmas and the week-end at Flint, Mich., as guests of Mrs. Miller's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edward James. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Hoorneman of Springfield, 111., and Elsie Specht arived at the Mayor and Mrs. C. F. Specht home and" the group will be entertained at the home 'of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Larson of Forest City. THERE :-: Miscellaneous Items From 125 Globe-Gazette Correspondents in North Iowa and Minnesota _____ Rockford Boy Mrs. Carr Funeral Is Held at Clarion CLARION—Funeral services lor 1 T 1 i Mrs - Elda M - Carr were hsld bV 1 TUCK Wednesday afternoon at the Jesse son of Mr. and Mrs. Clare Moon, received an injury to his foot when he was run over by the Witter Ice and Fuel company truck driven by Helmuth Krieger Tuesday evening. Billy was crossing the street in front of his home and stepped out from the boulevard, which is lined with shrubbery. The driver of the truck, seeing him attempted to bring his car to a stop but the car skidded and Billy slipped on the ice and fell. The car ran over him, injuring his foot seriously. Works at Hampton. POPEJOY—Miss Florence Hansen, R. N., has gone to Hampton where she will be employed in the Lutheran hospital. former pastor of the Church of Christ at Clarion, officiating. She leaves two children, Mrs. Wallace I. Dawson of Clarion and Kenneth L. Carr of Rockford, Mich.; a sister Mrs. Myrtle Gould of Los Angeles, Cal.; a brother, W. W. Barr of Viking, Minn., and four grandchildren. Leave for Indiana. THOMPSON — Mr. and Mrs, George Dunn and family left Thursday by auto for Indiana where Mr. Dunn will visit his parents, Mr. ahd Mrs. John Dunn. Mr. Dunn recently sold his lunch and oil station at the edge of Thompson. Leaves for West SHEFFIELD—Mrs. H. C. Liekweg and" Mrs. Charles Liekwek left Wednesday for Long Beach and West Hollywood, Cal., to visit relatives. Visitors From Chicago. ROCK FALLS — Mr. -and Mrs. John Smith of Chicago are here visiting friends and relatives. Mrs. Smith was formerly Agnes Davidson of this vicinity. Are Parents of Son. VENTURA—Mr. and Mrs. Ted Bohenke are parents of a 9V 2 pound boy, who was born Wednesday morning. Arrive From Rochester, STACYVILLE — Miss Evangeline Heimer of Winona, Minn., and Miss Mildred Heimer of Rochester, Minn., arrived Monday to spend Christmas with their sister, Mrs. Anthony Bawek. Leave for Louisville. ROCK FALLS—L- F. Brown and his daughter, Wilma, and Aldro Calvert left Wednesday for Louisville, Ky., to visit several davs. Visit in Chicago. PLYMOUTH—A. L. Frederick left for Chicago Wednesday to spend the holidays with his son, Russell, and daughter, Mrs. Nellie Vosberg, and their families. All of Family Home. RUDD—The Rev. and Mrs. B. A. Fieselmann drove to Iowa City and brought their children, George and Miss Clara, home Friday for their vacation. Their son, Ben, arrived Monday morning from Washington, D. C. This will be the second time that all of the family has been at home for Christmas. Arrives From Berkley. CHAP1N—Miss Elvera Olson of Berkley arrived Sunday to spend a couple of weeks at the A. E. Scott home. Return From Arizona. HANSELL — Pete Prine and Elmer Anaway returned home Saturday after a two weeks' visit in Arizona and other points in the west. Are Parents of Son. RUDD—An 8 pound son; Roland Andrew, was born Dec. 18 to Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Phillip. Father Hurt Fatally. KANAWHA—Mrs. Archie Nelson is teaching for Miss Maxine Lucas the past week. Miss Lijcas' father died Friday, following a car accident. Boys' Arm Broken. KANAWHA—Eldon Foster, son of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Foster, was taken to the Lutheran hospital at Hampton for a serious fracture of the elbow. He fell on the steps of the public -school where he was playing, breaking the arm. Visitors From Marshalltown. BUFFALO CENTER—Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Conley of Centerville, Buford Conley of Marshalltown, and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Thiele and sons of Fort Dodge were expected to arrive in Buffalo Center Thursday to spend ' Christmas in the Edward Thiele home. Receives Promotions. GARNER—Miss Florence Mc- Curin who lately went from here to work in a Ford Hopkins drug store in Ottumwa, has already received two promotions. Miss Mc- Curin will join her mother who still lives here, at Waverly where they will spend Christmas and the week-end. Visitors From Flindreau. ROWAN—Mr. and Mrs. Ray Williams and family of Flandreau, S. Dak., are spending the holidays with relatives and friends here. Are Parents of Son. C O R WI T.H—Mr. and Mrs On Way to Florida. DECORAH—Mr. and Mrs. W. Ritter Named Head of Hayfield 'Phone Firm H A Y F IE L D—At the annual meeting of the Hayfield Mutual Telephone company, the follow ng officers were elected for the coming year: .President, G. W. Ritter; vice president, W. 5. Hickok; secretary-treasurer, W. F. Mertz. 15 SO. FED 15 SO. FED. FINK'S End the Year With a Store-Wide CLEARANCE SALE PRICES SLASHED Every Coat Every Dress, Every Small Wear Item INCLUDED • We Have a Complete Selection of Finer Fur Trimmed and Untrimmed Coats in "STERLING," "HIRSH- MAUR," "HARRIS MOOR" and Other Nationally Known Brands. EVERY NEW GARMENT REGARDLESS OF WHEN PURCHASED INCLUDED IN THIS SALE Come In—Be Convinced * ^h ~^^B_ T . C. McLain are on their way to Florida where they will spend several months with their son. Clifford, and family, who are located near Orlando, and operate a fruit ranch. Their daughter-m- , lav/, Mrs. Arthur McLain of St. j Paul, and their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and .Mrs. Fred Walker of Minneapolis, spent Sunday at the McLain farm near Decorah, Leave for California. HANSELL—Wayne Allen, Delores Norman, Max McNeely and Rob Harrison left for California to find employment. Visitor From Milwaukee. SHEFFIELD—Dick Dow, a student at the Milwaukee school of engineering. Milwaukee, W i s.. came Tuesday to spend the holidays with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Dow. Home lor Holidays. KANAWHA — Miss Marcene Lien. Gene Willemssen and Oren Skauke are home for the Christmas holidays. They are students at the University of Iowa at Iowa City. Will Have Guests. OSAGE—Mr. and Mrs. W. A Addison will have as their Christ- mos guests her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Hillemer, of Indianola. From Sac City. ROCK FALLS—Mr. and Mrs. L, C. Bliem have as guests their daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Maxon of Sac City. HI With Pneumonia. LAKE MILLS—O. O. Ulve is seriously ill at his home with pneumonia. He has been in poor health the past few years. Are Parents of Son. STACYVILLE—A boy was born at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Roy erbis Tuesday. Former Teacher Visitor. SWALEDALE—Miss Reva McNabb of Britt who teaches in San- | born came Tuesday after- j nonn to visit Leona Smith and Kittie Hemphill before returning to her home for the Christmas vacation. She once taught in the high school here. Visits in Clinton. . OSAGE—Miss Clara Whitley is spending the holiday vacation at the home of her brother, Roy Whitley in Clinton. Will Leave for Chicago. LELAND—Mrs. A. D, Branstad and daughter, Betty Ann, expect to leave Wednesday evening for Chicago to spend the holidays with Mrs. Branstad's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hans Jepson, and other relatives. Teachers Go to Homes. HANSELL—School closed Friday for a week's Christmas vacation, with all the teachers leaving Friday evening, Miss Smith to Victor, Miss Sturat to Sioux Falls, S. Dak., Miss Engleman to Waterloo, Miss A. Bannan to Le Mars. Miss Dunning to Iowa Falls, Miss Erickson to Decorah, Mr. Satre to Minnesota "and Mr. Breeding to Rockwell. ' • ; Charles Higgle are parents of a boy born Tuesday evening. The Higgles also hava two girls, Luella and Rosemary. Visitor From Minneapolis. CORWITH—Miss Sylvia Stilson, who came from Minneapolis to spend the holidays, is ill at her home with heart disease. Santa Presents Gifts. BUFFALO CENTER—Charles Recker, proprietor of the Iowa theater was host to the children of the community to a free picture show Wednesday afternoon. Santz Claus was present and in behalf o: the Commercial club presented each child with a treat. Church Is Decorated. LEDYARD—The young peoples class of the M. E. church had a pot luck supper at the church. They spent the evening decorating for Christmas. Returns From Chicago. KANAWHA—Miss Alice Graeber returned home Sunday from Chicago. Miss Graeber has been employed in Chicago the past months. Leaves for Austin. CHAPIN—O. P. Jones, who has been employed at the W. G. Rhu- tasel farm the past several months, left Sunday to spend the winter months with his son and daughter at Austin, Minn. Arrives From Harvard. -GARNER — Charles Hastings, law student at Harvard, arrived Saturday to spend the holiday season with his parents, Mayor and Mrs. I. C. Hastings. Birthday Is Celebrated. RUDD—A group of relatives gathered at the Harm Bohlen home Sunday in honor of his birthday anniversary. Those present were his father, Jake Bohlen, and his cousin, Bruno Peters, of Thief River Falls, Minn.; Mrs. Gesina Bohlen, the Dick Bohlen family and Joe Baughey. He received gifts. In Marshalltown Hospital. SWALEDALE — Mrs. Jennie jigham received word that her brother, Joe Baker of Whitten, suffered a, stroke and is in *a Marshalltown hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Fernau took their mother to his bedside Tuesday. Birthday Is Celebrated. DUMONT—Mrs. F. M. Sorenson entertained 10 girls, home from college, and Mrs. Franz Rausfenberger, their former high school teacher, Tuesday evening in honor of her daughter, Velma, a student at Ames, on her eighteenth birthday. Leave for Gary. LELAND—Mr. and Mrs. George Lloyd and son, Martin, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Peterson and baby, left Saturday to spend the holidays with relatives and friends at Gary, Ind. Visitors From Nebraska. KENSETT—Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Thorson and two children of Fremont, Nebr., are spending the holidays at the home of Mrs, Thorson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Knudtson. Teachers Arrive Home. LAKE MILLS — Verna lone Johnson, who teaches at Dunbar, Marlain, who teaches at Malcolm, and Winferd, who attends Augustana at Sioux Falls, arrived Thursday at the home of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. .M. G. Johnson. Will Entertain Many. SWALEDALE — Mr. and Mrs. George Mulligan will entertain the following relatives Christmas day: Her father, L. R. Calkins; Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Lundstrom of Manly; Mr. and Mrs. Ray Calkins and children of Albert Lea, and Mr. 'and Mrs. Orvill Drury and family of Rockford. Visitors From Dubuque. KENSETT—Mr. and Mrs. Tab Loats of Dubuque were visitors Tuesday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Irwin Newland. Mrs. Loats and Mrs. Newland are sisters. Teachers Go to Homes. HAYFIELD — The consolidated school closed for the holiday vacation Wednesday. Tuesday afternoon the grade pupils presented a Christmas operetta, "Santa Claus in Blunderland," which was largely attended. The teachers left for their homes where they will spend the Yuletide. In Family Gathering. OSAGE—Included in the family gathering at the parental W. B. Kingsbury home are Forrest Kingsbury and wife of Chicago Heights, 111.; Mr..and Mrs. .Clark Kingsbury of Tulsa, Okla.; Josephine and Bruce Kingsbury of Minneapolis. Plan Christmas Program. MELTONVILLE — The Deer Creek Lutheran church will give a Christmas program at 7:30 o'clock Christmas night, Dec. 25. The program is under the direction of Mrs. Gustave Lee, Miss Hilda Pederson and Mrs. Selmer Lee, CRASH VICTIM'S RITES ARE HELD Lucas of Kanawha Leader Civic, Business, Church Affairs. KANAWHA —Funeral services were held lor Charles C. Lucas Tuesday afternoon at the Methodist church with the Rev. E. A. Briggs officiating. On Dec. 16 when he was returning from a business trip to Eagle Grove, his car and one driven by Mrs. Gerhard Krause collided 3 miles south of Kanawha. Both Mrs. Krause and Mr. Lucas were injured. They were brought .to a local physi-' cian's office and then taken to the Lutheran hospital at Hampton. • Mr. Lucas was born Oct. 9, 1875 in Tama county where the family resided until 1880 when they •eoved to a 'farm in Wright county. He attended Ellsworth college at Iowa Falls. After returning home from college he was employed at Ihe Lampert Lumber company in Kanawha, managed a lumber company in Rembrandt and then returned to Kanawha where he was manager of the Klemme Lumber company. He served continuously -for 9 years on the local board of education. For 23 years he was vice president of the First National bank of Kanawha. During his connection -with the bank and in the years since he was in the real estate and insurance business. One of the companies with which he worked was the Fidelity-Phoenix. This company honored him at a dinner Ocl. 28 1935, at the Hanford hotel in Mason City. The event marked 25 years of continuous service. He was a member of the Liberty Masonic lodge, Knight Tem- plars and the Shrine. Mr. LUCEL helped with the work of the loca Methodist church, having been a member of the official board serv- irs as financial secretary for several years. He was a member o' the building committee during thi construction of the church. He i survived by his wife, one daugh ter, Maxine; five sisters, Mrs. H H. Fritz of Clarion, Mrs. P. J Degan of Big Timber, Mont., Mrs H. P. Gramley of : Lewistown Mont., Mrs. L. G. Baker of Al gona and Mrs. H. H. Stewart o Kanawha, and one brother, Rob ert Lucas, of Lewiston, Mont. Suffers Punctured Eye. STACY VILLE—William • Wi gant, 6, suffered a punctured ey from some frozen stubble when h rolled off his sled while coasting The injury is painful but doctor say he will not lose his sight. Held by Legion. CARPENTER—The American Legion and Auxiliary and their families htld a Christmas party Monday evening at the club rooms. Thompson Man Hurt When Pinned Under Auto Near Rowan ROWAN — A bad accident oc- urred Tuesday evening about ne-hall mile north of Rowsr when Ben Stout of Thompson was riving home and struck the side f a narrow bridge, demolishing he car. His body was pinned un- .er in such'a position that they lad to await the arrival of a decor befpre removing him from the auto. He was taken to the Clarion lospital and given a blood trans- usion. He is in a critical condition. Mr. Stout has a wife and children. JAClSlES AT THOMPSON Pioneer Farmer's Rites to Be Held Saturday at Church. THOMPSON—Hans Jacobs, 72, died at his farm home, 2 miles south of Thompson, Tuesday suddenly, although he has been in rather poor health the past year. He leaves four children, two girls and tvvo boys, Mable Mattison and Emma Leanard of Thompson and James of Lake Mills. His wife preceded him in death in November 1935. Mr. Jacobs came with his parents from Norway in the spring of 1898 and the family bought a farm near Leland, which is now known as the Jacobs farm. Later Mr. Jacobs bought a farm two miles south of Thompson and lived and reared his family on this farm. The funeral will be held in the Bethany Lutheran church Saturday afternoon with the Rev. J. J. Skarpnes, pastor, officiating. Burial will be in the Thompson cemetery. Molsberry, Former Plymouth Man, Dies BOXCAR HITS TWO BUILDINGS Rake Structures Damaged;' Coal on Track Cause of Derailment. RAKE—The feed house and coal shed of the Farmers' elevator were badly damaged Wednesday when a boxcar of the Rock Island train, which was derailed by a piece of coal ,pn the track, swun-j into both buildings, tearing out one end of the feed house. Woman Hurt as Car Goes on Siding to Avoid Hitting Train CORWITH —Mrs. Mclvin Perkins of Bloomington, 111., suffered a badly injured shoulder when the" car in which she was riding turned over at the railroad crossing at the east edge of Corwith. The accident happened about 9 o'clock Monday night, when Mr. Perkins, driver of the car. made a sharp turn to avoid hitting a freight train at the crossing. Neither Mr, Perkins nor Mr. and Mrs. Rollin Perkins of Britt, who were also in the car, were injured. Mr. and Mrs. Perkins had just arived from Illinois to spend the holidays with her father, Nick Kelch. and with Mr. Perkins' father, Del Perkins, at Britt, and other relatives. Bus Company Is Sued for Hampton Mishap HAMPTON —Ray Snitzer of Wellsburg filed suit here against the Jefferson Transportation company for $1,800 damages he claims to .have suffered when a bus in which he was a passenger struck a tree in Hampton. The accident occurred last November. PLYMOUTH—Word was received here Wednesday, by relatives of the death of Frank Molsberry, 82, at the home of his son in Alabama. He came here with his parents as an infant in 1855 and resided in this vicinity until a few years ago. A free land is one where the citizen feels out of debt if he doesn't owe anybody but the government—New Castle, PJL, News. I A MERRY CHRISTMAS IU.-»H.I»1IH1-.J 29 Vi EAST STATI "Ah . . . I sec . . . y« . . . unmiitak- qbly, I tee that your home will re«iv« a copy of the Globe-Goxette'i annual New Year's edition, along about the 3lit of this month. You will read it carefully . .. and ... I see ... oh, yes, you will be greatly interested in the many big news features and display announcements in this edition of the Globe-Gaxettt. Now . . ... just a dollar more and I'll look ttill further into your future." In the hope that we may • carry on our efforts for greater prosperity and continued future happiness in the communities which we serve, we sincerely wish you all A Merry Christmas P G • and PEOPLE'S GAS AND ELECTRIC

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