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Mason City, Iowa
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Monday, December 28, 1936
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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE. DECEMBER 28 • 1936 FIVE IVIAOWI 1 ! \J1± J. vi^o^^^j-i-x^^^--" — — — > ——— MISSING ALGONA GIRL IN FORT DODGj^MAN^DMITS -- ... ^_. «.^ mm.m • ••^•••b ANOTHER CASE IS INVESTIGATED Will Bring Back Glendora Burbank; Lavone Ditsworth Slugged. BULLETIN ALGONA, (£")—G. D. Shum- •vvay, acting county a.ttorney, said late Monday that Elmer Hauenstein, 34, former convict questioned concerning the weekend disappearance of one Algona girl and the slugging of another, would be released. "We've found." he said, "that while Hauenstein took the one rirl to Fort Dodge, he did so at her request. Thr, <rirl said she had quarreled with her parents and went to Fort i>odge to seek work. "The girl who was attacked could not identify Hauenstein as her assailant." ALGONA—Authorities Monday were holding a man who admitted taking a 16 year old girl to Fort Dodge. They meanwhile continued _^. e .. ____ to investigate the slugging of an- following for the holidays other girl, reported to be suffer-! m0 ther, " --'-->->- > ing from shock and on the verge j Austin, of a nervous breakdown. Virginia, student nurse at St. j Elmer Harrentstein, about 33. Mary's. Minneapolis, and Victoria. Algona, admitted that he took the i student at Iowa State college, Ames girl to Fort Dodge after she had Visitor From Ames, been reported missing .since Sat- BRADFORD—Marshall Newton urday night. He has previously o f Ames is visiting his parents, served time for auto theft. The | M r. an( j Mrs. George Newton, girl is Lavone Ditsworth, 16. | Visitors From Elgin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry, LIME SPRINGS — Supt. and Ditsworth. i Mrs. Dave Roberts and children of Acting County Attorney G. D. ; Elgin arrived to visit at the par- Shumway, Sheriff Carl Dahlhaus-| e mal S. H. Roberts home, er and the father of the girl went i To Visit in Denver. to Fo>-t Dodge Monday to bring I BRITT — Miss Cora Peterson the girl back. ! left Saturday for Denver. Colo.. The girl was reported missing; for a week's visit with Mr. and after she failed to show up for' work at the Charles Miller produce station. Previously she had been at the Jesse Sperau house. :-: HERE AND THERE :-: Miscellaneous Items From 125 Globe-Gazette Correspondents m North Iowa and Minnesota Visitors From Chicago. | BRADFORD — Mr. and Mrs. Ross Spicker of Chicago are visiting the tetter's iather, J. W. Atzbaugh, and other relatives. Visit With Parents. WODEN—Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Brose came Friday to visit at the H. O. Swingen home. Mrs. Brose was formerly Ruth Swingen. They returned to their home m Mason City Sunday. Visitors From Ormsby. STILSON— Russell Slagle and daughter, Mae. of Ormsby, Minn., were visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Slagle. Several Are Entertained. LIME SPRINGS—Mr. and Mrs. ' C H. Moore entertained at a ' dinner parly. Guests in-j'uded Mrs. Hines and daughter. Helen, of Charles City: Curtis Moore. Jr., of Evanston, 111.; Miss Florence ' Thomas and Charles Moore of Cedar Rapids. Several Arc Guests. SWALEDALE — Mr. and Mrs. George Urbatch entertained the ' — His Heads Safety Drive Urbatch, Sr., of their daughters. Mrs. Frank Raw and other friends. Called to Berea. DUMONT — Mrs. Will Austin were called to Berea. Ky., Satur- about~a block away/ where sho! day by the death of the wife of keot looking out the window and ! her brother, Prot. Ralph Kigby. said someone was following her. Officers were attempting to determine if there was a connection between tlv disappearance of th° Ditsworth girl and the slugging of Glendora Burbank. 17, daughter Leave for California. DUMONT—E. E. Brown of the Brown Lumber company left Thursday evening from Boone on a streamlined train for a visit in Santa Monica, Cal.. and Tacoma, Burbank. ^sh. Mrs^own has four aunts and two uncles in California and MRS. C. E. BARNES Determination to put through an aggressive program de-' signed to reduce death and injury on the highways of Hancock county has been expressed by officers and directors of the newly formed Hancnck County Safety council, a unit of the statewide organization. The Hancock county organization is headed by Mrs. C. E. Barnes of Garner; shown above. Numerous organizations and geographical units of Hie county are represented on the manag- in" board of the Hancock council which was formed at a meeting held in the Garner school auditorium. Mrs. Barnes is head of the Garner P. T. A. organization and has been active in numerous activities of a civic nature. (Photo by Lock, Cut by Kaycnay) _ _^ Visitor From Sioux City. LEDYARD— James Logan, who is attending Morningside college in Sioux City, is visiting his mother, Mrs. H. D. Mayne. Visitors From Cedar Falls LAKE MILLS — Mr. ana ivus Visitors From Green Bush. CARPENTER — Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Sefert and daughter, Joan, arrived from Green Bush, Minn., to spend the holidays at the home of his mother, Mrs. Helen Sefert, and brother, Purcey. Visit at Oakland. CARPENTER—Mr. and Mrs. N. L. Culbertson and children, Jack, Dean and Frances, visited her parents,-Mr. and Mrs. T. V. Adams, Oakland, Minn. Leave for Florida. MARBLE KOCK—Mr. and Mrs. Verne Maxson left Saturday for Florida where they will spend a part of the winter, going from Florida to California before returning. Mr. and Mrs. Shaw are keeping house for their son, Roy Maxson, who is attending high school. Moving: to Waterloo. MANLY—Mrs. Leo Henry and children are moving to Waterloo to join Mr. Henry who is now employed there. Location Is Changed. MANLY—Mr. and Mrs. Albert Arendts have moved into the Ed Barto house in the south part ol Manly, which was recently occupied by the William Mpores, who have moved to Estherville. Home From Dubuque. WODEN—William Tjaden and Carl and Marvin Kruse, students at the University of Dubuque, arrived to spend the holidays with their parents. Emmetsburg Couple's Anniversary Observed EMMETSBURG—Mr. and Mrs. Martin Knutson, residents of Palo Alto county since 1895, observed the fiftieth anniversary of their marriage Sunday when they heid open house to their friends at their farm home 3 miles east of Emmetsburg. Eight children were born to Mr. and Mrs. Knutson and include Carl Knutson of Esther- vine Henry and Morris Knutson of Emmetsburg, Albert Knutson of Los Angeles, Cal., Mrs. Ray Andrews of Frankfort, S. DaK., Mrs, E. G. Place of Minneapolis, Minn., Mrs. V. E. Peterson, of St. James, Minn., and Mrs. Andrew Sandanger, who died several years ago. Mrs. Obriham, Lime Springs, Is Buried LIME SPRINGS—The funeral Ida Obriham was held Monday morning at-11 o'clock at the Larson funeral home. Mrs Obriham was an old resident of Lime Springs but had made her home with her daughter in Michigan for the last few years, at which place she died. GOLDFIELD TO HOLD COURSE Annual Exhibits Will Be Jan. 8,* 9 by Sporting Association. GOLDFIELD — The Evergreen Sporting association will hold the annual two day short course Friday and Saturday, Jan. 8 and 9 All home economics products wil. be on display at the Evergreen schoolhouse along with the poultry and grain. The livestock will be housed at the Darling-Matson- Olson farms, located close to one another. The exhibitors at the i short course receive no cash I awards, but points for places they receive on their exhibits. These points beine totaled at the end of the season, at which time the winners are guests of the losers. uljuleu attulllll , 6 „, ...„ ^.. The association is divided into two | ed w;th ^ coun t y auditor. groups, known • as the reds and Two Charles Cityans Quizzed by Officers NEW HAMPTON— Chickasaw county Sheriff George C Murray and Floyd county Sheriff B. F Atherton Sunday questioned Frank McCahen, 34, and Boyd Hayes, 22, both of Charles City, in connection with unsolved crimes in both counties. The "two-gunmen" are to be given a preliminary hearing sometime this week. They are being held on charges of robbery TWO INJURED IN ACCIDENTS Car Driven by Davidson Lands in Ditch East of Algona. 3 Slightly Injured. EMMETSBURG — Francis and Claude Pettit, brothers, and Ted Goeders, all of Emmetsburg, were recovering here Sunday from slight injuries received when a car driven by Francis Pettit.left the road southeast of here near the Des Moines river and overturned in a ditch. A dense fog was blamed for the accident. The car was badly damaged. ALGONA—Two accidents were reported to the Kossuth county sheriff over the week-end. The first was that of Dale Davidson of Algona, who driving east lost control of his car and landed i n a ditch 4 miles east of Algona on highway 18 Saturday evening. The car was badly damaged and Davidson suffered cuts on the head NEW HAMPTON—The largest and ha( j a (j eep gas h on his knee domestic animal claim in several an $ wrist. years was filed Monday by John I Tj le sec ond accident occurred A. Balik, Lawler farmer. He I Sunday afternoon about 3 o'clock claimed $140 for 30 sheep killed on an intersection one mile north with aggravation, following drunken escapade last Tuesday. Lawler Farmer Asks $140 Animals Claim by dogs. He had a flock of 45 sheep, 30 were killed and 15 were injured according to his claim fil- the greens. Will Leave for Florida. CORWITH—Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Bogard of Decorah, who spent Christmas here with Mrs. Bogard's mother, Mrs. Clara Patterson, will leave Tuesday for Miami, Fla., where Mr. Bogard will attend the national school for Banker's Life insurance company agents. They plan to visit several places of interest while in the south and will stop at Washington for a day on their return trip. Their little son, Jimmie, will remain with his grandmother. Cook Again President. GARNER—V. A. Cook of Good* I ell was re-elected president of the Hancock county Farm Bureau at the annual meeting. Other officers include Paul Loth, Ventura, secretary: William J. Barz, treasurer, and Ben V. Greiman, vice- president. Guests From Fort Dodge. BRITT—Mr. and Mrs, Cecil Cosgriff of Fort Dodge were visitors over Christmas with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Cosgriff Sr.. and'other relatives and friends. of St. Joe or 10 miles and one east of Algona. Clifford Knoll and Bert Coon of Algona were going east when Ed Welter of Livermore drove on the road from the south. Welter was badly hurt and was taken to Livermore for treatment. Both cars were damaged. Neither KnoU nor Coon was hurt Knoll who operates the moving picture machines in the Pettlt theater at Luverne, "had his car towed back to Algona. Welter was alone at the time of the accident. Taken to Hospital DUMONT—Mrs. James Reed, 79, fell at her home Wednesday morning and an x-ray disclosed a fractured hip. She was taken to the Hampton hospital Wednesday ivp next doo- an two unces in ai — . The Burbank « rl. who lives I Mr. Brown has a sister. Miss Es- i David McCusky and son of Cedar across the la lroad tracks in the \ ther Brown teaching m Santa Falls are guests at the J. J. Lande east pa--t of town, told officers Monica, and a sister, Mrs. Robert that after she had left Audrey Potter, the two having attended a Sinclair, in Washington. They plan to be gone until Feb. 1. An aunt Miss Carrie Cook, is caring for <=how Sundav night, she noticed - - - . someone running toward her. their three children here Soon she was knocked down. Af-1 £»* v nnri M« Joe te- Iving there some time in a CHAPiN—Mi. and Mis. Joe dazed condition, she arose and ! Boots were vjsitors with the let- went to the M. J. C. McCall home nearby and called help. A description of her assailant home. . Guest From Galesburfr. CORWITH— Eh'in Perkins came from Galesburg, 111., to spend the holidays with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Perkins. Visitor From Minneapolis. PLYMOUTH— Harry Armstrong and son of Minneapolis spent Christmas with his parents. Mr. was furnished officers. Foster, 80, Owner for Many Years of Fertile Mill Burned! ter's brother in Des Moines and Mr and Mrs. E. K. Mayor and , ^ ni i^uuc^ *> t L., ...•• L babv also visited his sisters in DCS ' and Mrs. Charles Armstrong and , Moines ! other relatives. Dr. B. M. Urenn. j Visit in Wisconsin. j also of Minneapolis, drove here to i SHEFFIELD—Mrs. Will Oelkcv visit his parents, Mr. and Mrs. w. and son are making a 10 day i F. Urcnn, Christmas day. i visit with her mother, Mrs. Marie Johansen at Prairie Farm, Wis. Several Arc Entertained. 2—Mrs. Ann Dunn Food going up! Rent going up! • gOing (TEMPORARILY) (STARTING TUESDAY) WINTER CLEARANCE FERTILE — Funeral services for L. M. Foster. resident of Fertile for many yea/s who died at Iowa City at the hospital Christmas eve, were held in Fertile Monday at 1:30 at the I fllm Christian church. Burial was in the Plymouth cemetery. The Rev. C F. "Schmidt preached the sermon. Mr. Foster reached the age of 80. He was a miller at the Fertile mill for many years and at | the death of William Rhodes, he j entertained her children. Edward and Barney and family of Mason City, Mrs. Margaret Mann, Mr. and Mrs. James Dorsey, Mr. and Mrs, John Jendrich and children. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Morcney and Mrs. Andrew Hannah, at her home. Mrs. Dunn is more than 80 and planned and prepared part of the dinner herself. Visitors From Williams. SWALEDALE—Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Taylor had as guests her sister and her family, Mr. and ;ne aeam ui mmam ^..^—. ••-, sister ?nc j ner family, ivir. ana purchased the mill. Of later years, j £arl Johnson and ch jidren of when Mr. Foster s health failed,, ^ illiam also their 3on , Merl, who he sold the mill to Dewey Ouver-| ._ , , thn ,, a „„,} Minnip son and Senator Leo Elthon. Funeral for Sydney Grandy Conducted in Nora Springs Church there and Minnie is employed Hess. Visit at Spirit Lake. BRADFORD—Mr. and Mrs. A. i T. Hamilton and family visited | their daughter and son-in-law at i Spirit Lake. i Returns From California. ' PLYMOUTH—G. O. Hcinsei- '• man returned from a trip to Cal- NORA SPRINGS—Funeral ser- j ,j- orn j a f 01 - 5 short visit, vices for Sidney 1'. Grandy were . Visitors From Muscatine. held" Thursday " afternoon at the i STILSON—Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Church of Christ conducted by i Ncf c and son O f Wayland and Miss the Rev. C. D. James. Mrs. Stur- j Martha Winters who teaches near gis Morphe'.v and Maxine sang Muscatine. are visiting Mrs. Ncff's with Mrs. Fred Clark as accom- an( j Miss Winter's parents, the panist. Burial was in Rock Grove Rev- anc j Mrs. C. O. Winters. Visit Prindlc Family. ROCKWELL—The H. H. Coleman family and Mrs. Eliza Gough cemetery. Mr. Grundy was born at Ca?- talia Winneshiek county. May i. 1860, and died at his home in Nora Springs. Dec. 21. 1936. after an illness of heart disease. <U H he moved with his parents to Sheffield where they lived two years on a farm, then moving to Rock Grove near Nora Springs. He attended school and worked with his father on the farm until he was 21. Then be came to Nora Springs and learned the carpenter trade and wss an expert cabinet maker. He was married to Alvira M. Hulburt A-.ig. 24. 1889. He is survived by two sons. William L. of Nora Springs who cared for his father; Clyde E. ol Santa Monica, Cal.; one daughter. Mrs Jennie Rice of Rhmelander, Wis., and Mrs. Carrie Bell of Canby, Minn., and one grandson. Mr Grandy was a member of the Church of' Christ here for 40 years and of the I. O. O. F. for nearly 50 years^ ^ Gallagher, 70, Dies Suddenly Near Garner GARNER—Jim Gallagher, 70 died suddenly Sunday following Ihc noon hour at the county farm where he hod spent the winiei months for the past four yesrs. His death was caused by heart disease. He had lived in Garnet Several years. H is thought he has no relative? in this country. The body was brought to the Shannon ?nd~Bohn funeral home. visited the Lester Prindlc family at Mason City. Many Are Guests. NORTHWOOD — Mr. and Mrs. M. O. Holstad entertained their children and grandchidlren at their home for dinner. Gifts were j exchanged. Those present were: j Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Harmon, Ar- ! !cnc, Lorraine and Roger; Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Hanson. Tenold; Casper Kenneth and Dona Mac. Mr. and Mrs. O. B. Holstad. Hanlonlown: Orin, Waldo. Ardcn and Richard. Tenold: Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Bcrgo. Lake Mills. Daughter Is Born. LEDYARD — Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Barrows are the parents of a daughter. Guests From Ocdeill LAKE MILLS — Mr. and Mrs. Dean Streeter and son of Minneapolis and Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Visitor From Minneapolis. c POCKWELL — Mrs. Iva Bruce j Rcikc is here from Minneapolis visiting at the home of her par- < cnts. Mayor and Mrs. W. B. Bruce. Visits at Spokane. GALT—Dr. and Mrs. Potter left { for Spokane, Wash., to spend I Christmas with Mrs. Potter's mo-i ther and sister. They expect to be gone 2 weeks. Visitors From Clinton. RUDD—Francis Svacina of Clinton came Friday to visit his aunt. Mrs. D. N. Ervay, and other relatives. Visit in Chicasro. SEXTON—Mrs. James McEnroe and little granddaughter, Judy Pugh, went to Des Moines and from Des Moines she was accompanied by her daughter, Mrs. Lyle Pu«h to Chicago where they spent Christmas with her daughter, Catherine McEnroe, who is employed in Chicago. "Return From South Dakota. B R I S T O W—Mr. and Mrs. Charles L. Yost returned home from South Dakota. Mr. Yost is engaged in building roads in Dakota" Visitor From Minneapolis. RAKE—Ethel Neshoim of Minneapolis is visiting her parents, Mr.'and Mrs. A. K. Ncsheim. Home for Vacation. MANLY—Among those home for vacations are Tommy Rose, Rochester, Minn., Sidney Mundt. University of Minnesota: Travis Westly from University of Iowa: Richard Bochman, Iowa State college' Mary Duncan. Cornell: Lois Blattspieler. I. S. T. C., and Jean Blakely. I. S. T. C. Visitor From Oregon. KANAWHA—LeRoy Espe of Portland. Ore., is spending a few weeks' vacation at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Austin Espc. Visitors From Wisconsin. GRAFTON—Ruth Bork. Irene i Bork and Morlcy Hartwifi of Lake Mills. Wis., are spending the holidays at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Bork, Sr. Home for Vacations. LATIMER—Miss Helen Martin, student at Drake university at Des Moines, and Elizabeth Sorensen student at Ames; Alvin Carlson, student at Des Moines, and Warren Sawtelle, student at SUITS d OVERCOATS BY HART SCHAFFNER & MARX and STYLEMOR . . Hill and Lorraine of Ogden were guests at the home of Mrs. Nettie Streeter. • All of Children Present. PLYMOUTH— Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Stevens had all their children with them for dinner, Ralph, oldest son, of Montezuma, Nellie of Minneapolis and Lloyd of Plymouth. Visitor From Los Angeles. GARNER — Leo Rosecrans. attorney at Los Angeles, Cal., is here for a visit in the home of his sister, Mrs. Clarence Barnes, and with his mother. Mrs. C. G. Pritchard, at Buffalo Center. Boone, are spending their holiday vacation at their respective homes. All of Children Present. GALT—At a family gathering at the A. Rosburg home, all the children and grandchildren were home. They are Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Rosburg of St. James, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Harry Cupp of Rowan. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Marshall and two children and Mrs. Gladys Schrocder and Darwin of Rowan. Mr and Mrs. Elmer Rosburg, Mr. and Mrs. H. 0. Kellogg and Leola of Gait, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Fryc and children and Clarence of Clarion. It costs more to live . . . commodity prices ore up all along the line. A good sign. Wages, salaries, investment incomes are sure to follow. But until they do, some of these price advances hurt. That's why you'll welcome this chance to get your clothes—one of the "Big. 3" items in the cost of living—at a saving. They, too, will cost mor,e soon; they're'worth more on a replacement basis than they were last fall when we bought them. Bread-winners have to dress well. Whatever your occupation, it pays ... in promotions; in the respect shown you in your profession or business or school life. That means you want good clothes—the Hart Schaffner & Marx and Stylemor kind—the kind we are offering in this clearance. They are styled right and made right, of fine fabrics that will give you long service while they save you money. Alpacuna and Rare- pack Orercoatt cannot be included in reduced price groups. ALL OTHERS INCLUDED Gef to Know Certain lots of men's Staple Suit* cannot be included in the reduced price groups. ALL OTHERS INCLUDED

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