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Mason City, Iowa
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Monday, January 6, 1936
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EIGHT MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, JANUARY 6 M 1936 DECORAH MAN, KILLED IN SHOOTING, BURIED AT MABEL FUNERAL RITES HELD AT CHURCH Officers Learn of Search Made by William Grimm For Larson. :-: H E R E AND T H E R E :-: Miscellaneous Items From 125 Globe-Gazette Correspondents In North Iowa and Minnesota Junior League Entertained. GENEVA -- On Friday evening I members of the Junior league were DECORAH, Jan. 6.--Funeral ser- entertained at the Methodist parson- vices for Claire Larson. Decorah, a e b Y the Rev - Mr - an d Mrs. F. V. who was shot and killed at La Getty. Crosse, Wis., were held Sunday af- Visits in Nebraska. ternoon at the Mabel, Minn., Lu- GARNER--Ray Durant left Sun- theran church, the Rev! I. Havernos da y ni £ nt b y bus f °r Scotts Bluff, officiating. Burial was made in the Nebr - for a 10 days' visit with his Lutheran cemetery. father,- Willie Durant, 85, and with Larson,. son of Mr. and Mrs his sister, Mrs. Floyd Clark and fam- Charles Larson of Decorah, was M 1 .^ bt th former residents of this shot by William Grimm, who has vicinity, entered a plea of not guilty, claim- Lesson Given to 15. ing self defense. The shooting oc- THORNTON -- A Farm Bureau curred as Larson and Mrs. Grimm lesson on paints and varnishes was were leaving a tavern after attend- ven to 15 women Friday afternoon ing a New Year's celebration. Mrs. at the home of Mrs. Mary Sonder- Grimm pleaded guilty to lewd and Lesson leader was Mrs. R. J. NORTH IOWA OFFIOALS Short Biographies Taken From Iowa Redbook, lascivious conduct and was sen- "orsyth. Refreshments were served tenced to a year in jail. Officers learned that Grimm ar-1 rived in Decorah 'about 2 o'clock the hostess. Born at N C»V Hampton. NEW HAMPTON-- Born to Mr. last Tuesday morning- looking. for and Mrs - M - A. Cagley, a daughter, his wife, who had been in Decorah Jan - 2 - Mr: and Mrs - Alvin Schmidt, the day before with Larson, the two a daughter, Jan: 3. having left for La Crosse late Mon- Is Somewhat Improved. day night, where it is reported they BRITT--Martin Cosgriff, Jr., has visited with Larson's brother, diphtheria and the home has been Ernest Grimm drove a Studebaker placed under quarantine. His condi- car, and registered at a local ho- tion is. somewhat improved now. tel as R. P. Cramer of Logan Iowa. Is Red Cross Chairman. He searched during the day for his WESLEY--Mrs. A. M. Lease has wife and Larson, asking numerous accepted the Red Cross chairman- questions and trying to locate them. shi P for local work. J. P. Studer is When Grimm was convinced his l ocal finance chairman, wife was not in Decorah, he checked Teacher to Be Married, out of the hotel about 10 o'clock HUTCHINS--Miss Esther Crone Tuesday night, going straight to who has taught school the past five La Crosse, where Mrs. Grimm and y ears in district No. 2, Orthel town- Larson were celebrating the end of SQi P, is resigning her position at the old year with a group of friends this time and will become the bride in a tavern on Pearl street. There ° f Namon Seefielt. The patrons of Grimm found them, and the shoot- the district honored Miss Crone with BERNARD E. MANLEY, Mason City--Member of the Iowa liquor control commission, was born Jan 22, 1884, on a farm in Woodbury county, Iowa. Attended country school and Sloan high school, finishing in 1901. Was graduated from the University of Iowa Ph. G. in 1905. Clerked in a country store in Sloan until 1915. From 1915 until 1934, associated with his brothers in the Manley Brothers company, department store, Mason City. A democrat. ing followed. a parcel shower. Miss Hazel Boldt wife and son live in California. Clair Larson was born on a farm of Brit t has been hired to teach the near Mabel, Minn., in 1909. He lived school. there with his parents until 1931, Return From Minneapolis. when the family moved to Decorah. ORCHARD -- Sigfred Harlis and He was educated in the high school two sisters, Evelyn and Selma, re- at Mabel. For several years he has turned from Minneapolis where they been a contestant-in various mara- spent New Year's with their sister thon dances held in different parts and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred of the country and it is reported Moran. that at a walkashow in Springfield, Keturns From Ottuimva. Mo., he met Mrs. Grimm. Mr. Lar- NORA SPRINGS -- Miss Mary son was married in 1929 in Butte, Coleman returned Thursday after a Mont., to Miss Mary Peterson, who, trl P to Ottumwa where she visited with a small son, survives. The iler brother, James Harold Coleraan, and family and left Saturday to resume her work as teacher in the Sioux Falls, S. Dak., schools. Battery Is Stolen. PLYMOUTH -- Thieves entered the rear of the S. L, Seeley garage Friday night and stole a battery from the H. W. Hill truck. Other cars were molested but nothing of value missed. Keturns From Florida. LUVERNE -- Theodore Koshler, who has been in Jacksonville, Fla., for several months, returned here to visit at the parental Fred Miller home. Are Parents of Son. ROWAN--A 9 pound son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Ray Norris New Year's morning at their home in Rowan. Car Stolen at Osage; Abandoned Auto Found OSAGE, Jan. 6.--A Chevrolet se- ~~asnrfcslanging to.Peter Knudson, in- sorance salesman here, was stolen late Friday night. Another Chevrolet bearing a Cedar Falls license was abandoned here so it is thought the same · person left the Cedar Falls car and took Mr. Knudson's car, according to Sheriff Charles Kathan, who returned the Cedar 'Falls' cat Saturday morning. The · Erdmann service station -on- · North - Seventh street was broken, into and .$4 .or S.5 ·was taken and 20 gallons of gas. No trace of the thieves has been found as yet. IOWA FALLS MAN HURT IN CRASH Boy, 14, Suffers Burns as Oil Is Used to Hurry Blaze at Home. IOWA FALLS, Jan 6.--Arthur L.. Bock, north of town, suffered a j basal skull fracture Friday night while coming to town. His car had stalled and he had the hood open in an effort to locate the trouble. While his head was near the engine, his car was struck by a southbound automobile. Mir-j Marian AJdinger, Ackley, was driving- and the car belonged to Jack Bleeker, Ackley. Helen Coler and Frances Kachelhoffer, both of 4.ckley, accompanied Miss Aldinger, Mrs. Bock and Oliver Hansen were occupants of the Bock car when the accident happened. Mr. Bock was taken to the Ellsworth Municipal hospital and it is not thought his injury will be serious. John, 14, son of Mr. and Mrs. Darwin Dougan, was seriously burned on the face and head Saturday. He was starting a fire at his home and used kerosene to hurry the blaze, which resulted in a small explosion. The boy is at Ellsworth Municipal hospital for treatment. 100 Attend Installation. CLARKSVILLE, Jan. 6.--Aboui 100 attended the joint installation o. the I. O. O. F. and Re'bek'ah officers Friday night. The Rev. R. B. Fisher gave the'address as the speaker, the Rev. A. A. Rideout, pastor of the Baptist church at Charles City, was unable to get here. Free Hosiery I One lot while they last ab- I solutely free. No purchase | necessary. [STYLE SHOPPEJ CLEANUP I Starts Wed., Jan. 8--10 a. m. I Visits at Indianola. . HUTCHINS--Miss Alice Klippel spent part of -the Christmas vacation with her friend, Miss Lillie, at Indianola. Miss Lillie had come to the home of her parents from La Grand, Ore., where the two girls taught school, until the last two years. Baptist Circle Meets. SWALEDALE--The Baptist Mission circle met at the home of Mrs. George Hanks Friday for a pot luck dinner. The lesson was given by Mrs. David Enabnet on home messions. Visit in Kentucky. . .CRYSTAL LAKE--Mr. and Mrs. Merrtn Frogg and daughter and Mr. Frogg's brother, Robert, are spending a three weeks' vacation at the former's home, visiting relatives and friends in Kentucky. They went by auto. Sirs. Kuns President. John M. Decker Rites Held at Little Cedar LITTLE CEDAR, Jan. 6 Funeral services for John M. Decker, farmer of this vicinity, were held at the Methodist church Saturday afternoon with the Rev. H. M. Tiffany officiating. He died at the Colonial hospital, Rochester, Minn., where be was taken for treatment two weeks ago. Mr. Decker was born near Stacyville, Sept. 4, 1S62. He was married to Helen McPhail Aug. 24,1887. One daughter, Verna Irene, preceded him in death. He leaves his wife, one son, Ross, one granddaughter of Little Cedar, four sisters and two brothers: Mrs. George Sehultz, Mrs. Frank Gerbig, Mrs. John May and Mrs.'" Charles Gerbig- of Stacyville, Jacob Decker, Canada and Adam Decker Staev- ville. FERTILE--The Ladies Aid of the Christian church elected Mrs. Ernest Kuns, president; Miss Mavis Ouverson, vice president; Mrs. Art Carr, secretary, and Mrs. Mort Haugen, treasurer. $3,348 Gain Is Shown in Osage P. 0. Receipts OSAGE, Jan. 6.~-Osa'ge postal receipts for 1935 totaled $35,490.82, compared with 532,142.34, a gain of $3,348.48, Postmaster James G. Casey announced. This total is only for stamps and envelopes and does not include money orders. It is interesting to note the increase over the low year of 1932 when only ?18,060 was taken in. WANT BETTER HEARING? 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Each unit or part of The Elmo Treatment has its particular function in the general plan, and if it is found possible to make these aids or some of them effective, nature should relieve the poor hearing or to some extent at least, unless the organs of hearing have been damaged beyond relief. TREATMENT SENT ON THIRTY-DAYS TRIAL (No Money in Advance) Do not fail to get this information about our thirty- days trial treatment. Fill in the coupon below and mail today. This treatment' is a simple common sense method in indicated conditions. A treatment such as this one used twice every day over a period of time should produce satisfactory results, for many people. your The Elmo Company, 52 St. James Bldg.. Davenport. Iowa Please send me full information how I may obtain thirty-days palliative trial treatment for difficult hearing ,, r head noises due to catirrh or catarrh ot the nose and throat. (Please print your name and address) Name , Street R. F . D Town si,,,. Will Be Entertained. ACKLEY--The American Legion auxiliary will be entertained next week Wednesday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. McMannis with Mrs. W. D Bleeker as hostess. Daughter Is Born. JOICE--Mrs. Selmer Haroldson gave birth to a 10% pound girl Friday evening at the home of her sister, Mrs. Elmer Ulstad. Officers Are Installed. THOMPSON -- King lodge and Galliee Rebekah lodge held joint installation Friday night. Joy Shay of Thompson, D. D. P., and Martin Sandbcrg, D. D. G. M., of Lake Mills and staff installed Sophia Stewart, M. G., for the Rebekah lodge and W". R. Shay, N. G. for King lodge. Returns to Chicago. GREENE--Miss Iva Clikeman re- :urned to Chicago Saturday night and Miss Magdaline Feyereisen to 3ilbert, Minn., after spending the holiday vacation with relatives here. Visitor in Detroit. GARNER--Mrs. Charles Marks eft Saturday night for Detroit, Mich., to spend two weeks visiting n the home of Mrs. Joseph Vehoii, ister of Mr. Marks. ' Returns From East. THORNTON--Miss Theresa More eturned from New York. She has een working from there booking hautauquas in eastern states the ast several months. Miss Mors will oach the contestants in the high chool declamatory contest to be eld about Feb. 1. Returns to Kansas City. BRITT--Joe Swanson returned to Kansas City, Mo., after a two weeks' visit with his father, Jacob Swanson and other relatives. . Will Elect Officers. BRITT-i-The Catholic ladies guild will meet at the G. A. R. hall Tuesday evening. Election of officers will take place. Following the business meeting', the husbands have been invited to attend and the balance of the evening cards will be.played. Leaves For Galva. PORTLAND--Mrs. John Curran left Friday night for Galva, HI., in response to a telegram announcing the serious illness of her mother, who lives at that place. Takes Course in Omaha. WESLEY--Martha Haynes has gone to Omaha where she entered the Capital School of Beauty Culture, Monday, for a course in beautv work. Leaves for California. OSAGE--Mrs. Lottie Towner left Friday by train to spend the winter in Long Beach, Cal., with her daughter, Mrs. Mark Kuhn and husband. Pastor's Mother Buried. LITTLE CEDAR--The Rev. H. If Tiffany received word of the death of his mother, Mrs. O. M. Tiffany of Cicero, 111., Friday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Tiffany left Saturday afternoon for Iowa City for funeral services and burial Monday. Win Prizes at Cards. ORCHARD--The American Legion auxiliary sponsored a benefit card party at their rooms Friday afternoon. High score was held bv Mrs. Donald Clark and Mary Love low. Societies Hold Meetings. NORA SPRINGS--The Woman's Missionary society of the Church of Christ met Friday afternoon at the parsonage with Mrs. Morris Baile., as hostess. The Womans Foreign Missionary society of the Methodfst church will meet Tuesday afternoon with Miss Mary Meier. Leave for Louisiana. LUVERNE--Mr. and Mrs. Duncan Neal, farmer east of town, left by auto for DeRitter, for a two months' La., Saturday stay at th: homes of the Tiss families, formerly of Hanna. His father will look after the stock during his absence. They were accompanied by his sister, Eileen Neal, a student at the Chillicothe business college, and Glen Mc- Clellau, who will go on to New Orleans. Goes to Minnesota. ROWAN--Arthur Emerson who has spent the past few months with relatives here, left to take UD school work in the University 6t Minnesota. Are at Orange, Cal. FOPEJOY--Mr, and Mrs. E. M. Gulney, who are spending the winter sightseeing in the west, are located for this month at Orange, Cal. Visitor From Montana. ' KANAWHA--Miss Doris Gramby of Lewistown, Mont., has been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Leiwen of Belmond, returning to Kanawha Friday evening to the Dr. Stewart home where she has been visiting for the past two months. Given for Students. CRYSTAL LAKE--Supt. Edd McGrevey, Kay Fox, the Misses Jo- since Martin and Marian Roberts, local high school teachers, gave a party for the high school students Friday evening in the school building. Returns to Rochelle. CORWITH--Miss Florence Decker, a former Corwith resident, ret- turned to her home in Rochelle, 111., Saturday after spending a week with friends here and at Britt. Are Parents of Son. FERTILE--Mr. and Mrs. Sylvian Oswald are parents of a boy bom Saturday morning. The boy weighed S pounds. This is their second child. Mother and baby are at the Irish hospital at Forest City. Will Meet Wednesday. RUDD--Mrs. Roy Kerlin will be hostess to the A. L. A. Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Robert Lodge. Celebrated Grid Porker to Aid Youth's Education Austin Boy to Sell Hog Won by Minnesota Governor on Wager. AUSTIN, Minn., Jan. 6. UP--That celebrated football porker, "Floyd of Rosedale," is going- to help a farm bey here to realize his ambition to get a college education. Gov. Floyd B. Olson of Minnesota won the Hampshire hog on a bet from Gov. Clyde Herring of Iowa last fall as a result of the Gophers' win over the Hawkeyes on the gridiron. Richard Jones, Austin farm boy, won the hog in an essay contest in which Governor Olson contributed the prize, and announced today h e ' plans to sell the porker. A sophomore in high school, Richard. 14, will put the proceeds in a bank for his other savings for the time when he intends to attend the., college of agriculture, University of BICHAKD JONES Minnesota. The reason for selling the hog,' he said, is because his uncle, with whom he lives, raises only Duroc Jerseys. Koonce, One Time Editor of Clarion Newspaper, Is Dead DBS MOINES, Jan. 6. W--A. S. Koonce, 81 former Kansas state representative and one time chairman of the democratic state central committee for Oklahoma, died Saturday at the home of a daughter here. He formerly edited newspapers at Bartlesville, Okla., Clarion and Centerville, Iowa. Springs Ice Best Stored in Several Years NORA SPRINGS, Jan. 6.--"Bob" Roberts had a crew of 13 men putting up ice from the Shell Rock river and put 800 tons of ice in storage. :t was about 13 inches thick and of he clearest and best quality that has been stored in several years. The work was completed Friday in four and one-half days. Will Open Store. CRESCO, Jan. 6.--Cresco's one umiture store is to have competi- ion about the first of March when R. Neff of Cedar Rapids will pen a new business that line BREMER SEEKING NEW COURTHOUSE Petitions Circulated Asking Board to Call Election on Bond Issue. WAVERLY, Jan. 6.--Circulatioiv of petitions asking the board of supervisors to set a date for voting on a $75,000 bond issue for a new courthouse building was begun in all parts of Bremer county Saturday morning. The bond issue would supplement a PWA grant of $60,750, 45 per cent of the cost of a proposed $135,000 structure. The election is planned for early in February. Should the necessary 60 per cent affirmative vote be obtained, construction can jegin in April. The present courthouse was erected in 1858. grant was allowed this week. The Board Chairman Elected. HAMPTON. Jan. 6.--Frank B. Henke of West Fork township was named chairman of the board of su- iervisors of Franklin county Saturday to succeed H. T. Jurgens oJ January is the time to stock up on bedroom, bathroom and dining room linens and Merkel's is the place to buy them! Ample stocks and lowest prices make it possible to fill in your needs without going beyond your household budget. Give your new linens an extra touch of individuality by having them monogrammed. Initials in several sizes and colors will be applied at small additional cost. Lace Table Cloths $4.39 These Scranton table covers are of a lovely, fine filet weave combined with solid work forming a center design and an attractive border as illustrated. This is the Vanity Fair pattern. Size 72x90. 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