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Mason City, Iowa
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Tuesday, January 19, 1937
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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, JANUARY 19 • 1937 rimum o -. . , - . .- - ___. —— JbiLrJl 1 , . — — FARM BUREAU TO OPEN IOWA CONVENTION WEDNESDAY O'NEAL TO BE MAIN SPEAKER North Icwa Vocal Groups Entered in Contests at Des Moines. DES MOINES, (UP)—Officials nf the Iowa Farm Bureau federation laid final plans for the annual convention opening here Wednesday. Sessions of the two-day convention \vi!l be held in the Shrine auditorium. Edward A. O'Neal, president of the American Farm Bureau federation, will be the chief speaker, Others Will Speak. Other prominent men in agriculture scheduled to address the Farm Bureau members are Clifford Gregory, editor of the Prairie Farmer and member of President Roosevelt's commission to study European co-operatives; Clyde C. Edmonds, manager of the Utah Poultry Co-operative; and R. L. Greiser of St. Louis, Mo., treasurer and manager of the National Livestock Credit Corp. Mrs. Chai'.es W. Sewell. administrative director of the Associated Women of the American Farm Bureau federation, w.I address women delegates c a c h morning of the convention. Farm Burcar quartets will vie for state supremacy on the initial dav of the meeting. Judges of the contest are Prof. Tolbert MacRae. professor of music, Iowa State col- !e"e. and Miss Rosalind Cook of The Iowa State college music department. North lowans Entered. Mer.'s quartets are entered from the following counties: Poweshiek. Mahaska. Woodb.^ry. Jasper. Carroll,'.nek and Franklin. In the women's division, vocal groups arc entered from Poweshiek, Woodbury. Muscatine. Hancock, Hardin. Frankim and Worth counties. Mixed quaricts from Woodbury. Poweshiek, Hardin and Franklin "counties also will seek state honor.- A' pajrc-am entitled "The Quest of Agriculture," will be presented in the Shrine auditorium Thursday night. A cast of more than 300 persons representing Farm Bureau units from all parts of the state will participate. Benson Named Head of Creamery at Ridgeway RIDGEWAY — The Lincoln Creamery company held its annual me'eting at the community hall Saturday afternoon. The following officers were elected: Thomas Benson, president; B. J. Bouska. vice president, O. T. Time secretary-treasurer: directors. L. A. Hove, Frank Vrba. B. J. Bouska. Thomas Benson. H. J. Hovden. H. H. Fretheim and Harry Wiedeman. The pounds of butter manufactured totaled 400,384 pounds; buttcrfat received. 322.079.1 pounds and for butter, 31.62 cents a pound. Takes Position at Mcdfortl. BELMOND — George Tjaelcn. Jr.. accepted n position as agent for the Rock Island at Mcdford, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Tjaden left Monday for Medford. Mr. Tjaden, Jr., came to Belmond from Royal July 28, 1923. Planned by Brotherhood. NORA SPRINGS—The Men's Brotherhood will have a supper and a program in the Methodist church parlors Wednesday evening. Moorhead Named One of Kraschel's Four State Agent Choices DES MOINES, (ff)—Gov. Nelson G. Kraschel Monday named Frank Moorhead. Des Moines, one of his four appointees as special agents of the state bureau of investigation, and said two other men-'oers of the staff appointed by former Gov. Clyde L. Herring will be retained temporarily. The two agents being retained until Atty. Gen. John Mitchell completes his assignments to the bureau are Joe Burke, Dubuque, and Con Ryan, Shenandoah. The fourth agent on Herring's staff was Paul J. Gruber of Council Bluffs. . , Kraschel said he has not yet decided on his three other permanent appointments. FASBENDERDIES AT STACYVILLE 90 Year Old Resident's Rites Are Conducted at Church. 'STACYV1LLE — Stephen Fasbender died Saturday night at the home of his son, Matt Fasbender. of complications of influenza and bronchitis. He was 90 years of age. One si^n. Matt Fasbender, of Stacyville, and three grandchildren :;.t St. Benedict, Iowa, survive, funeral services were held Tuesday morning at 9 o'clock at Visitation church. Father Manternach, officiating. Mitchell Woman Who " Succumbed on Visit Buried; Rites Held MITCHELL—Funeral services for Mrs. J. H. Bamford, 77, who died from pneumonia followed by a heart attack at the home of her daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. H W. Gillette at Fargo, N. Dak., wn-.-re she and Mr. Bamford had sone to spend the winter, were "held Saturday afternoon at the Bamford home. Her son-in-law, the Rev. George McNary, a former pastor of the Congregational church here, was in charge, assisted by the Rev. Stiles Lessley of the Osage Congregational church. Mrs. Bamford was born at Castle Rock, Minn., and came when a child with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Rice, to Mitchell, which had since been her home. She was married to John H. Baroford in 1877, To this union six children were born, Mrs. H. W. Gillette. Fargo, N. Dak.; Mrs. Charles Jndra. Lena. 111.; Mrs. Stanley Colby. Minnewaukon, N. Dak.; Mrs. George McNary. Little Falls. Minn.; Herbert. Minnewau- kon. N. Dak., and John, Jr., of Waterloo, Iowa. All except Mrs. Colby were present at the funeral. There arc 18 grandchildren and nine great grandchildren. 80 Men at Burt Fail to Get Fox on Hunt BURT—About 30 men put on a fox hunt near Burt Sunday but no foxes were caught. Freie Named President. HAMPTON—F. H. Freie was elected president of the Franklin i County Farmers' Mutual Insur- | ance company at their annual meeting. R. F. Slee was named vice president, F. H. Dirst, secretary, and M. L. Shroyer, treasurer. :-: HERE AND THERE :-: Miscellaneous Items From 125 Gtobe-Gazette Correspondents in North Iowa and Minnesota She's gone hwJ ov«r h««»s for WHfAT-OATAi It's the reigning favorite—this grand new, brand-new blissful combination cf-wheat and oats, the best of both! For sheer unbridled deliciousness, Whtit-Oaia can't be beat. Try it on your family. They can't say neigh. It spurs you on. Sticks 10 your ribs, too -—gi* es you morning-long energy. The price won't throw you. Costs less than Vif a serving. Canter into your grocer's and try it today—now! GIANT SIZE («o SERVINGS) 25c OATA PACKAGt 1 KM WHEAT-DATA JD WHEAT ITSGOODT0EAT Visitor From Chicago. GARNER—Mrs. Clarence Fredrickson came Friday from Chicago to visit her parents, Attorney and Mrs. Fred E, Blackstone. Miss Maude Blackstone and Miss Lillian Mann who both teach in the schools at Hampton were guests in the Blackstone home Sunday at which time the birthday of Mr. Blackstone, which will be Tuesday, was observed with a birthday dinner. Mrs. Fredrickson was Miss Pauline Blackstone before her marriage. She plans to be here until next Saturday. Woodmen Install Officers. TITONKA—The Modern Woodmen of America at the regular meeting last week installed the newly elected officers. Fred Hagen is counsel. Return From Wisconsin. FERTILE—Mrs. Alice Cormicon returned home Sunday from Barron, Wis., where she was called because of the illness of her sister. Taken to Hoospital. LAKOTA—Dorethy, the small daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Woodworth, was taken to the Dolmage hospital at Buffalo Center, Saturday afternoon where she was operated on for appendicitis. Mr. Woodworth is the local druggist. Move to Clear Lake KENSETT—Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Paulson and family who have resided here for the past five years moved to Clear Lake Monday, where Mr. Paulson has employment. Given Miscellaneous Shower. OTRANTO—The third of a sc- ries of showers honoring Mrs. Laurence Priem was given Saturday afternoon at the home of Mrs. S. J. Sine. Week-End Gaests Honored. OTRANTO—Mr. and Mrs. F. Yoggy and son were week-end visitors of relatives at Nora Springs. Leave Tor Florida. BURT—V. T. Martinson left for Florida, where he will spend the winter. His son, Vern, and Myron Sanderson have left for California in search of employment. The Martinsons recently sold out the cafe they had been conducting] here. Wesley Pastor Heard. SEXTON—The Rev. Arthur Bottom, pastor here, was sick Sunday with the flu and the Rev. Mr. Paulson, Wesley, filled the pulpit here Sunday morning. Visitors From Illinois. TITONKA—Tom, Dick, George and Jennie TerHark of Freeport, 111., and Enno TerHark of Belmond visited at the Wert L. Asche home. Is Critically 111. T I T O N K A—Mr, and Mrs., Rasmus Godfredsen of Goldfield came Sunday to visit his mother, Mrs. Sena Godfredsen, who is critically ill with pneumonia. She has ! been a paralytic invalid for the | past 14 years. I Go to Muscatine. LONEROCK—Mr. and Mrs. Frank Flaig drove to Oclwein Sunday to the John Sprank home. They continued Monday to Muscatine, where Mr. Flaig will enter the hospital there. Returns From Chicago. KENSETT—Mrs. Hans Anderson arrived home, Monday morning from Chicago, 111., following a five weeks' stay at the home of her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Anderson. Held by Athletic Club. ROCK FALLS—The Independent Athletic club sponsored a dance Friday evening and approximately $30 was taken in. Speaks on Africa. FERTILE—The Rev. Mr. Freligh, pastor of the Christian Missionary Alliance of Mason City. spoke at the Fertile Gospel mission last Sunday afternoon. His message was a missionary talk or. missionary work in Africa where he and Mrs. Freligh have served one term as missionaries. To Go to Convention. THOMPSON—Carl Sunde, manager of the Thompson yards and Glenn Thompson, auditor for the Thompson yards are leaving Monday for Minneapolis to attend a three day lumber convention of the Thompson yards. Otto Alquist. proprietor of the Alquist Lumber yard also left Monday to attend the convention. Honored on Birthday. HANLONTOWN—A group of close friends assisted Mrs. Gilbert Erickson celebrate her birthday Monday. Mrs. Erickson, who has been bedfast for four years, shows improvement and is ,ablc to sit in her chair a part of each afternoon. Returns From Hospital. i R O C K F O R D—Mrs. , Henry I Adolphs returned home from Cedar Valley hospital Saturday where she had been a patient recovering from an operation. Visit in Williams. SWALEDALE—Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Taylor, Lorane, Minnie Hess and Lloyd Hunt spent Sunday at the home of her sister, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Johnson in Williams. Will Meet Tuesday. STILSON—The; U. E. Ladies' aid society will meet in the church basement Thursday afternoon. Visitors From Des Moines. RAKE—Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Engelby of Des Moines are visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Andy Engelby. Births Are Reported. ROCKFORD—Born to Mr. and Mrs. William Rose, a seven pound daughter, Saturday. Born to Mr. and Mrs. August Heeren an 8ft pound son Saturday. Editor of Tribune Robert M. Lee, formerly of Estherville, has been promoted to editor of the Chicago Tribune. He is a brother of Judge X. J. Lee, Estherville, and an uncle of Deemer Lee, publisher of the Estherville Daily News. Mr. Lee has spent much time developing color printing- and perfecting color illustrations. Daughter Is Born. ROCK FALLS—A girl was born to Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Danton Saturday. This is their first child. Route Temporarily Divided. SWEA CITY—Lester A.' Haglund, is auxiliary rural route carrier out of Swea City for a period of 4 months. This divides the regular roue of 63 miles to 36 miles for R. E. Berg, regular carrier, and 32 miles for Mr. Haglund. Returns From Visits. BRISTOW—Mrs. J. C. Young has just returned from a visit to relatives in Mason City and in Des Moines. Take Normal Training Exams. GARNER—Eleven students from the Garner high school took their examinations in normal training here in the court room under Mrs. Bella Peterson, deputy superintendent. At Britt 17 students of the Britt high school took the examination under the Britt superintendent. Enter CCC Camp. MANLY—Orville Haegen, Leonard Lucas. Lloyd Moen and Trinidad Ruiz are the four Manly boys who entered the CCC camp at Hampton. These boys are under age but through efforts of County Supervisor Ralph, Cohcen and Mrs. Kathryn Long, Worth county welfare worker, they were admitted. Birthday Is Celebrated. MANLY—The Pioneer Birthday club met at the home of Mrs. Arthur Ncwcomb Friday in honor of her birthday. On the dinner committee were Mrs. Fred Paris and Mrs. Jake Kraus. Mrs. McMurtrie of Minneapolis was an out of town guest. Rites Held at Austin. HANLONTOWN—Friends received word from Austin, Minn., of the- death of M. J. Cartwright. The funeral was held Sunday at Austin. He leaves a wife, one son, Verne, and daughter. They formerly lived at Fertile and later at Barnum, Minn. Injured in Fall. ROCKFORD—Vaughn Schuster, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Schuster, fell on the ice Saturday and sustained a fracture or the left arm bone. New Teacher Elected. SWALEDALE—The resignation of Miss Dcvolt last week necessitated the hiring ot a new teacher. Mrs Smith ot Goodcll was hired and started her duties Monday morning. Class Gets Recognition. BRICELYN, Minn.—The art work done by last year's students of Miss Bertha Monson, the fifth and sixth grade teacher of Bricelyn school, received recognition in the magazine "School Arts," in its January issue. The exhibit was a valentine design of ten images of persons made entirely, of hearts. Visitors From Minneapolis, •» RAKE—Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Christenson and Yvonne and Helen Olson of Minneapolis, are visiting at the Mrs. Lars Olson home. Birthday Dinner Served. PLYMOUTH—Mrs. H. V. Wilkinson served a birthday dinner Sunday to five kin folks. Those who celebrated birthday anniversaries were James Schradle and George Chesebro of Austin, Minn., Mrs. Frank Brose, Mason City, Frank Chipatch of Manly and Harry Wilkinson of Plymouth. Taken to Hospital. ROCKWELL—Mrs. Martin E. Gallagher was taken to the Rockwell hospital Sunday for an operation for appendicitis. Dismissed From Hospital. LAKE MILLS—Stephen Flo of near Scarville was dismissed Sunday i'rom the Kingland hospital where he had been a patient for several days. Leaves for Vinton. LYLE, Minn.—Mrs. Conrad Erickson left for Vinton, where she will spend a week visiting her daughter, Mrs. Ray Wolf and family. Are Parents of Son. LAKE MILLS—Mr. and Mrs. Herman Jordahl are parents of a boy born Friday at the Hermanson farm southwest of to T .vn, Will Aid in Uniforms. ROCKWELL—The public school band mothers held a bake sale Saturday. The proceeds will apply on the purchase of uniforms for the musicians, Arc Parents of Son. LYLE, Minn.—Mr. and Mrs. Charles Howard are parents of an 81/2 pound son born Jan. 10. This is the first child in the family. Able to Leave Hospital. ROCKWELL—James Bamrick was discharged from the Rockwell hospital Friday following an operation for appendicitis several weeks ago, and was removed to his home near Cartt'rsville. Give "Return of Polecat." LEDYARD—The Rainbow Players presented "The Return of The Polecat" in the high school auditorium Saturday night. Club Begins Art Study. BURT—The Woman's club met Monday evening at Mrs. R. H. Thompson's with Frances Vaughn assistant hosce;-. The club began a study of mo<!-jrn art and literature. Mrs. Bnos Wrede and Mrs. F. L. Pratt read papers. Daughters Arc Born. PLYMOUTH—Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fromm are parents of a daughter bornJSaturday. A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. Joe Strangler Sunday. This is their sixth daughter. They also have three sons. JURORS NAMED INWINNESHIEK Judge Eichendorf Will Preside at February Term of Court. DECOR AH—Judge W. L. Eichendorf will preside at the February term of district court, which convenes next month. Charles Wernett, Canton; Colonel Bentley. Canton; Vera Knox, Canton; Anna Beltz, Castalia; Joseph Lee, Calmar: William Himpel, Joe Becvar, Jr., and Frank Frans, ail of Calmar; C. J. Kovarik, Spillville; Alfred Simonson, Mathilda Bily, Joseph E. Bily, Calmar township; Martin Jensen, Theodore Vick, Ole Nelson, George H. Baker, Alfred Williams, Effie Jewell, D. J. Darling, Robert Moore, Robart Bernatz, Emmet Gillette, Decorah. J. N. Moore, Myra Eddy, Clinton Steinmetz, Fremont township; Lawrence Gjere, Harry Ellingson, Highland; Ole Melaas, Lincoln; Rudy Hovden, Madison; Halvor Iverson, Philip Hovey, Orleans; Delmar Lundy, Martin Arneson, Pleasant; Alphonse Etteldorf, Andrew Spilde, Orlando Tovsen, Guy Nelson, Lawrence Gudvangen, Springfield; Marie Roser, John Rilling, Washington township. The following grand jurors have been summoned to report for duty on Feb. 15: E. A. Headington, Mabel, Minn.; A. C. Meyer, Castalia; Edgar Peterson, Decorah; A. A. Ira, SpiUville; Russei Baker. Decorah; Fred Walters, Decorah; Arthur Brandt, Cresco; Alvin Pfister, Decorah; Arthur Albers, Ridgeway; Oscar Liquin, Decorah; Ellend Wangsness, Decorah; F. J. Schissel, Fort Atkinson. Early Papers ofNorthlowa Editor's Note: The following is one of a series of articles on North Iowa newspapers from 1836-1870, gleaned from a bulletin of the University of Iowa extension division. WRIGHT COUNTY Wright County Fr A e Press lived only long enough to print an extended tax list. It was established at Liberty in the summer of 1861, under G. D, Ingersoll. Wright County Register was begun at Liberty also and was edited by Mrs. Mary Reed, in January, 1868. It was issued at irregular intervals for about a year. The Wright County Monitor was printed on the material of the Register, which had been moved to Clarion, the county seat. It was edited by William F. Smith, beginning in March, 1869. It was sold in March, 1870, to A. M. White, who continued to publish. SECOND DUMONT BRIDGE FINISHED Will Be Opened Latter Part of Week for Traffic. DUMONT—The last of the cement has been poured for the second bridge constructed on the road leading north out of Dumont and they will be open for traffic the last of the week. The smaller bridge was 68 feet and the larger one 308 feet with six piers and two abutments of cement and the bridge of steel construction with I beams. They were built with WPA funds at a cost of about 525,000. With a high grade built last summer, the water will not overflow the road as formerly, in high water. Opens Produce Station. SWEA CITY—Vernon Ewing has opened a produce station in the C. A. Holm building, formerly occupied by C. E: Rohlin. Mr. Swing is buying for the Wilson company, Eagle Grove. Pneumonia Victim at Aljona. ALGONA—Alfred V/alker. 18, son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Walker, who live a short distance from town, died at his home Monday afternoon from pneumonia and complications. Alfred had been stricken about a month ago 1 and failed to regain his strength. Part of Ice Plant at Hamptorv Burns; Lockers Undamaged HAMPTON — Fire of undetermined origin Monday destroyed the south half of the ice plant in north Hampton and burned the roof off the entire building, owned by the Central Service company of Des Moines. The south half has recently been used by the service company as a garage and two of their trucks and a touring car were destroyed The north half of the building, which escaped serious damage, was recently leased by C. J. Rosham, head of the Hampton Cold Storage company, and he had just installed 340 new cold storage lockers. The lockers were undamaged, but some damage was done to the cold storage system. The entire loss, estimated at $2,000, is covered by insurance. Named Official Publications. GARNER—The Hancock county board of supervisors Monday named the Britt Tribune and Garner Leader and Signal the official publications to succeed themselves. Annual Gathering of Osage-Church Held OSAGE — The Congregational church elected: Clerk, Miss Elizabeth Jacobs; treasurer, Frank C. Chatman; trustees for three year te>rm, F. C, Chatman, Will Addington, L. P. Tibbetts; deacons for three year term, Ray Markham, A. E. Roberts: benevolence committee Mrs. Joe Larson, Mrs. Fred Stearns, Mrs,. Alwynne Wright; auditing committee, M. H. Vosburgh, Joe Larson; ushers. Fred Pacey, Merlyn Angell, Will Addington, A. T. Brookins, Reuben Larson, Luberne Markham. Burton Stacy, Ray Mabie, L. P. Tibbetts. Gus Tupper; music committee Mrs. Lester Ahrens, Mrs. Lee Smith, Mrs. G. E. Genung; board of education, Mrs. E. J. Scofield, Mrs. Hazel Dickson, Mrs. Harry Conklin; social relations committee, Mrs. Grace D. Thomason, Keith Dickson, Merle Tibbetts. Only One Divorce in Mitchell During '35 OSAGE—Figures compiled here by County Clerk Donald Tuttle show that there were 212 marriage licens%s and one divorce issued here in 1936 compared to 216 marriage licenses and 10 divorces issued here in 1935. Announcing Values To. Astound America Berg, Retired Farmer at Eagle Grove, Dies EAGLE GROVE—Chris L. Berg, 82, retired farmer, died at his residence. Funeral services will be held Tuesday at the West Side Lutheran church, iix charge of the Rev. H. S. Fauske. Burial will be at Holmes. He is survived by his wife and four daughters. One son died in May 1935. The four daughters are, Anna and Esther, school teachers, Alva, a stenographer in Washington, and a married daugh- < ter in Des Moines. Mr. Berg was born in Etna, Norway, had lived in Wright county nearly 50 years, and 16 years in Eagle Grove. 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