Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on December 31, 1936 · Page 144
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 144

Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, December 31, 1936
Page 144
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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, m / 31 • 1936 HIGHLIGHTS OF NORTH IOWA 71936 NEWS IN PICTURES WRECKAGE AND TOLL—Three from St. Ansgar were killed at a Mitchell crossing.. White arrow shows the bodies and black arrow the last of the wreckage. Other triple, double and Single tragedies occurred in North Iowa the past year. TRAINS COLLIDE HEADON-FIve trainine*.were fatally Injured at Bovd, near New Hampton, when a Great Wertern freight, which was starting to back up, after seeing a MM* warnin* ricnal and a passenger train collided. A wrecker is «h«wn her* removing the wreckage. GOOI? NEIGHBORS—Neighbors with 23 tractors plowed a field of Melvin Brown, near Woden, aft*r he was Injured In an automobile accident. HIGH AND WIDE—.All that was left of the Forest City water works pumping station after a blast, caused when gas leaked in through a conduit. GET PICTURES EARLY—Mrs. Lewder SeefeM of nearJ(Ve*ley with her two daughters and a MB, » *»y after ttey were bora in an Algona. hospital. TORNADO CUT* SWATH—Debris left as a tornado wrecked buildings on the W. H. Nicholson Farm near Rudd. The threshing machine was overturned a day before il was to be used. v WRECKAGE—Sylvan Hugelen of Lcland, carrying a parachute for the first time, balled out of his autogiro when one of its vanes collapsed and the .ship crashed at the Mason City airport. CROPS PLANNED—Proportions of crops were planned by boards in North Iowa. Above is the Hancock county board. FACE BANDITS' G€NS—Mrs. Clarice Nicholson, former MMM Cityan. and adopted daughter. Nellie, are shown at the Carpenter Savings tank which was looted by two bandits of fl,K7 111 and $20,000 in trust notes. UNSETTLED—Not until after thr- supreme court short term ej:>ires will James W. Fay. Emmetsburg, write-In candidate, learn at a contest hearing whether or nol he was elected. fLUNOES INTO RIVER—Near-Goodell a car leaped from a Wtdge. "~ V'«0etiNM^' Henry Van O*t§n, 70, Mcsei-vey. died a day later ' walUB* down the gtreel. John Pals uas the other occupant. FORMER GOVERNOR BURIED—Brltfn diitlnguighed citizen, former Gov. John Hamroill. wVsJm l?<*?£ .M wSSily April 6^»t Minneapolis. Citizen,, officials and lodfe dignitaries joined }n tri- bate* to the noted low an. \ . HEADS TEACHERS-r-H. 3. Williams of Speacer was elected president of flie^North Central district 9t the, .Iowa Stale Teachers MEETS FIRST LABV—Representative. Joe FLvnn »f »hnwn Meeting M«. Franklin D. Reo»eveU at Wasbinftaii. '.A- i

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