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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, JULY 5 M 1935 THREfi- RECORDCROWDS AT NORTH IOWA CELEBRATIONS ON FOURTH GARNER PARADE WINNERS NAMED Program Held in Northwood, Races at Iowa Falls, Rodeo at Osage. GARNER, July 5.--A crowd of several thousand celebrated in Garner. The Boy Scouts in charge of a first aid hospital reported four minor accidents to children caused by firecrackers. The son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Formanek near Duncan was taken to a physician for treatment. Several floats from Ventura planned to join the parade but because of high wind damaging the decorations, returned home after coming a short distance. The Liberty township Farm Bureau float with Miss Lois Lenze as the goddess of liberty, drawn by six well matched roan horses driven by H. A. Grieman and William Haber- katnp of near Garner, was awarded first prize. The Garner Co-Operative Creamery association with the Hancock county queen, Miss Alice Rokos, and her three attendants, Miss Phyllis Elling, Miss Norma Irving and Miss Adeline Greiman, placed second; Shannon and Bonn, Inc.. funeral directors, placed third. I. C. Hastings, local attorney, presided at the queen coronation ceremonies. State Senator William S. Beardsley of New Virginia representing Warren and Clarke counties, in a 30 minute address talked on the declaration of independence and the constitution. He stressed the fact that the United States is the first and strongest representative government in the world today. Clark E. Lovrien, local attorney, introduced the speaker. Street sports, free attractions and ball games continued throughout the day, climaxed by a pavement dance at night. 8th Graders Graduated. NORTHWOOD, July 5.---Sixteen of the 103 eighth grade graduates of rura! schools of Worth county re ceived honor awards at the annua exercises held in Northwood Thursday in connection with the Ameri can Legion celebration. The letter I in old gold felt was awarded to each of the 16 students so honored. Named in order of their relative standing they were: Virginia Olsen Genevieve Petersburg, both of Fer tile district No. 2; Clarence Willand Bristol No. 5; Lucille Knutson Grove No. 3; Gladys Krueger Union No. 4; Clifford Tenold, Brook field No. 4; Donald Bergan, Bristo - No. 2; Violet Hoisted, Geraldln Jenson, both of Brookfield No. 4 Clarence Aamodt, Bristol No. 9 Wanda Olsen, Barton No. 2; Arlen Harmon, Brookfield No. 4; Verm Arneson, Silver Lake No. 3; An thony Haugebak, Bristol No. 6 Ruth Lau, Grove No. 4; Arlynn Wieneth, Barton No. 2. In addition honorable mention was given to four other graduate who received above 90 per cent av erage; Merle Meyer, Wallace Ostby Wava Ramsey and Hardine Tenold Supt. H. F. Risse of the St. Ansga schools, gave the address to th graduates. Presentation of di plomas and awards was made by County Supt. G. J. Frandle. Record Parade Staged. CRESCO, July 5.--July Fourth was ushered to at Cresco with ideal weather in the forenoon, with bright sunny skies only to be overcast with heavy dark clouds about 1 p. m., followed by thunder and lightning with a heavy downpour of rain. Then weather cleared up for the balance of the afternoon and evening. A record crowd, such as Cresco has not seen for years, gathered in the forenoon to see the parade which was the largest ever witnessed in Cresco. Nearly every business in town was represented to 67 floats and decorated autos. The rain prevented the ball game scheduled between Elma and Cresco, but the fireworks were shown before a large crowd on the fairgrounds in the evening. Boat Races Held. IOWA FALLS, July 5.--A crowd estimated as great as 20,000 gathered here to celebrate the fourth of July. Two bands, Iowa Falls and Ackley, furnished music during the morning, in an uptown bandstand at Washington and Stevens streets and at the Baptist assembly grounds where the boat races were held. In the outboard class Haddock won first place. In the slow time went Cliff McCullough took the ead, and George Aldinger won first lace in the speedboat classic. Robrt D. Blue of Eagle Grove, a mem- er of the state legislature, spoke .t the Estes park bandshell to a arge audience. He held up the danger of dictatorship and also brought iut the sacredness of the consti- ution. Free acts on the street platform drew large crowds. Singing by a rio, Mrs. N. F. Petty, Mrs. Earl Kessell and Mrs. N. Bennett, accompanied at the piano by Miss 'hyllis Spencer, was .presented. At the new west side Foster diamond Eldora took the Iowa Falls Cardinals in a close game 2 to 0. Seven innings were played score- ess, Eldora making one run each n the eighth and ninth innings. Braga on the mound for the Cards struck out 8 and Grant pitching 'or the Cubs struck out 7. Chance caught for Iowa Falls and Fellows received for Eldora. Spectators in ftlixup. In the eighth, players and spectators alike mixed with Umpire Johnson when McCloud at bat stepped forward out of the box, ranted, and allowed Fellows to come in from third. Johnson called ;he batter out and returned Fel- ows to third. It was on the next play that Eldora made its first run. A fielding error in the ninth accounted for the second run. At the municipal swimming pool water sports, swimming contests and life saving demonstrations entertained large crowds. Fancy tal ent from Iowa State college at Ames billed to appear, did not arrive. Local talent, however, stepped forward and put on good exhibitions. Winners were, 20 yard free style, 10 and under, Maurice Trickey; 40 yard free style for girls, Mildred Mathews, Eldora; 40 yard free style for boys, Harold Trickey; prayer reading novelty race, John Rath, Ackley; 40 yard free style, women. Mildred Mathews, Eldora; men, Charles Anderson, Eldora. The day passed without a serious accident. Firecrackers, banned by Iowa Falls ordinance, were much in evidence. Rodeo Queen Presented. OSAGE, July 5.--The biggest crowd that has ever been packed into the Osage fairgrounds Thursday witnessed the Crowley company carnival shows and the rodeo. The weather was blistering hot and the crowd estimated at 5,000. The grandstand was filled to capacity at the afternoon performance. In the baseball game between Osage Independents and the St. Ansgar team Osage won 7-5. Before the rodeo show, Miss Beulah Bird, the radeo queen, was presented to the crowd. Large Crowd Present. LA.KB MILLS, July 5.--One the largest crowds in the history of Lake Mills gathered here Thurs day at a celebration sponsored b; the American Legion. A feature o the afternoon was a baseball game in which the Forest City Collegian: won 2 to 0 from the Lake Mill: canners. Programs were given in thi street at 4 in the afternoon and ! in the evening. The evening pro gram was headed by a concert by the Lake Mills band, directed by Iver Moen, and included a comedy team from Albert Lea, a roper, ta] dancer and the Rusty Hinge quar tet of Mason City. Omaha Third Party Convention to Get Huey Long's Name OMAHA, July Harrop, Council 5. (.T)--Roy M Bluffs attorney and guiding hand in the third partj convention scheduled to open her Monday, today said he had been no tified by a Kentucky delegate tha United States Senator Huey Lonj will be proposed for president at th convention. "I have been notified by the dele ate that Senatc'r Long's name wil e advanced. I understand it will b proposed that Senator Long b drafted for president," Harrop saie Harrop said delegates from 3 states will be present at the conven tion. Included will be members the farmer-labor party, the old Kb erty party and the technocrats, Har rop stated. The object of the con vention here will be to bind a Croups dissatisfied with the republ can and democratic parties into solid third party organization. Convention headauarters will b opened here Sunday. For Over 19 Years a Dependable S E R V I C E Battery and Electric Service 110 So. Delaware Phone 319 NOW IS THE . . time to have us quote you prices on installation of automatic heat for your home. P H O N E 888 :-: H E R E AND T H E R E : - : Miscellaneous Items From 125 Globe-Gazette Correspondents in North Iowa and Minnesota E. Visitor From Lennox. GARNER-- Mrs. Clarence Cassill f Lennox is visiting her sister, Mrs. .enzo Heddens for a few days. ^Visitors From California. CLARKSVILLE -- R a y m o n d isber, a U. S. navyman. arrived uesday from California on a sur- rise visit to his parents, Mr. and /Irs. Henry Fisher. Visit in Fergus Falls. FOREST CITY-- Mr. and Mrs. dgar Salveson and children were ver the Fourth visitors in the home f his sister in Fergus Falls. They [so looked for a house in which to ve when they move there the mid- le of this month. Guests From Manchester. DQWS-- Mr. and Mrs. Eugene tate and Mrs. Will Kieser and aughter. Maude, of Manchester, ame to spend July 4 with the J. M. tate family. Also present were Mr, nd Mrs. Leonard Peterson and son. Glen, Mrs. A. S. Fassett and Miss .gnes Lindstrom of St. Paul. Many From Detroit. FERTILE-- Mr. and Mrs. E. Vye and sons, Mervyn and La 'erne, Mrs. Charles E. Nye, Mrs. L .. Willey and son, Junior, Mrs. E. Heatherington and son, Douglas, and Mrs. R. E. Nye, all from De- roit, Mich., arrived in Fertile Wed' esday to visit relatives and friends n Fertile and Mason City. Returns to DCS Moines. FOREST CITY-- Miss Gretchen !aton, who spent the past three weeks in the Supt. George D. Eaton lorne, returned to Des Moines Thursday evening to resume her :raining in the Lutheran hospital. Visits in Wisconsin. CHAPIN-- Ralph Blakely left Wednesday for a visit with his brother. Robert Blakely at Platte- ille. Wis. He expects to return here Sunday. Employed at. Dells. ST. ANSGAR-- Misses Harriet and Viola Gutman left Wednesday morning for the Wisconsin Dells, Vis., where they will employed in a dining room. Daughter Is Born. ROCK FALLS-- A girl was born to Mr. and Mrs. Jim Navratil Wednesday. This la the third child and the second girl. Visitors From Hector. ST. ANSGAR -- Mr. and Mrs. Clin;on Sparks drove to Mankato, Minn., Wednesday to meet Mr. Spark's sister, Mrs. Lee Thrush and two children of Hector, Minn., who accompanied the Sparks to St. Ansgar for a. week's visit. At Dent for Vacation. GREENE-- Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Perrin are at their cottage at Dent, Minn., for their summer vacation. Joseph Payette and Miss Alyena Payette will also leave soon for Dent. Visit at Minot. NORA SPRINGS-- Drs. Fred and John Richmond of Kansas City, Kans., drove to Nora Springs and took their mother, Mrs. A. W. Richmond, with them for a visit with relatives at Minot. N. Dak. Goes to St. Louis. BRITT -- Kenneth Saran has gone to St. Louis, Mo., to take a six months' course at the Hohcnschud- Carpenter school of embalming. Plan Union Services. NORA SPRINGS, July 5.-- Union services will be held at the Church of Christ Sunday evening with the Rev. J. E. De Long preaching the sermon, Plan Concert Sunday. OSAGE--The Cotton Blossom Singers of the Pir.ey Woods school in Mississippi will give a concert Sunday evening in the Congregational church here under the auspices of the Christian Endeavor so- \ViIl Return Sunday. FOREST CITY--President J. L. Rendahl of Waldorf is expecteU home Sunday from a two weeks' vacation trip through the Ozarks and to points south in Tennessee. Miss Grace Dodds, commercial instructor in the college, is leaving Saturday for Ithaca, N. Y., where she will spend several week's visiting her sister and brother. 85 Attend Dinner. CLARION--A family dinner at Clarmond country club was an event of Thursday with an attendance of 85. Bridge was played following dinner, the high score awards were won by Mrs. Carol Gilmore of Belmond and C. M. Peterson of Clarion. Visit at Estlierville. CHAPIN--Mr. and Mrs. Robert Martin and daughter and Mrs. Martin's nephew spent the fourth with relatives at Estherville. Mr. Martin returned home Thursday while Mrs. Martin and the children will remain for a 10 day visit. Submits to Operation. LUVERNE--Miss Elizabeth Ru- Born on July 4. LIME SPRINGS--Mr. and Mrs. ger, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Ftuger. north of Luvenie, underwent an operation for the removal of her appendix at the Lutheran hospital. Return to California. ST. ANSGAR--Mrs. T. W. Echford, and Mr. and Mrs. Peet and son. Keith of Escondito, Cal., who liave been visiting with Mrs. Eck- fcrd's sister, Mrs. E. L. Hansen and family and with relatives and friends at Mitchell left Friday. Home From Chicago. GARNER--Mrs. James Carr is home from a visit with her daughter, Betty, who is employed in th.- hou'sefunushing department of Marshal Fields, Chicago. Visit in Wisconsin. GREENE--Mr. and Mrs. George Wilder of Packard and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Wilder of Waterloo left Thursday for Wisconsin Rapids, Wis., to be guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Brundige, former residents of Greene. Several Are Entertained. NORA SPRINGS--Mr. and Mrs. S. Harshbarger entertained at their home the past few days Mr. anJ Mrs. John Vrensted and Mrs. Dora Peterson ot Chicago, George La Verne of Cleveland, Ohio, and Mr. and Mrs. Ward Davis and three children of Oakland, Cal. Wyllis Lioyd are parents of a baby boy born Thursday morning. Visitors From Waterloo. LUVERNE--Miss Lydia Mass and children of Waterloo are guests at the Max Meyer home. The Meyer family also had as their guest, Mrs. Meyer's sister, Mrs. Chris Brotherson of Glcnburn, N. Dak. Return From California. FOREST CITY--Mrs. B. J. Thompson and daughter, Janice, returned Thursday from California where they have been visiting relatives and friends since Miss Janice's graduation from Scripps college at Claremcnt a month ago. They also visited in several places enroute home. Visit at Mountain Lake. ST. ANSGAR--Mrs. Pat Young and daughter, Ruth, and Herbert Young and family drove to Mountain Lake, Minn., Wednesday to visit over the fourth with Mrs. Young's daughter. Mrs. William Stedman and family. Leave for Jamestown. FOREST CITY--Dr. and Mrs. H. M. Ehred and two daughters left Wednesday for Jamestown and other points in North Dakota to visit relatives, going on from there through the Black Hills and Yellowstone national park. Leaves for Chicago. LIME SPRINGS--Tom Price, the Rev. R. L. Jones, Tudor Price, Edwin Price, Elwyn Jones and Tom Jones, left by motor for Chicago where they will attend a baseball game. KELLOW HOLDS UNUSUAL RECORD Cresco Merchant Has Sold Tobacco 63 Years But Never Used Any. CRESCO, July 5.--Robert Ripley's "Believe it or Not" recently contained the cartoon, "William Kellow of Cresco, Iowa, has sold tobacco for 63 years and never smoked any," to which might be added, and has never used it in any form. As a groc- eryman he has sold it in connection with his business for 63 years. hibitionist all his life, and has never smoked or chewed tobacco, nor even tasted it. Mr. Kellow was married to Lottie A. Carter at Waukau, Wig., July 7. 1875, nearly 60 years ago. They had two sons, the eldest having died in his youth and the remaining one, Lynn A. Kellow, is associated with his father in the grocery business. Nyack Group to Sing. NORA SPRINGS, July 5.--The Nyack Gospel Crusaders, a group of young men from the Missionary Training institute of Nyack, N. Y.. will hold services at the Baptist church Saturday and Sunday evenings at 8 o'clock under the auspices of the Christian and Missionary Alliance church here. Delegates Are Elected. NORA SPRINGS. July 5.--The local American Legion post and auxiliary met in Boulder park for a picnic lunch. At the business meeting of the auxiliary, Mrs. W. H. Lucas and Mrs. Lafe Hill were elected delegates and Mrs. J. E. Tatum and Mrs. Claude Tatum alternates to the state convention at Iowa City in August. St. Ansgar Boy Hurt on Stacyville Visi STACYVILLE, July 5.--Alto Kittleson, son of Mr. and Mrs. A Kittleson of St. Ansgar, who ha been visiting his grandparents, M: and Mrs. George Faas, suffered broken collar bone Thursday morning. Rites for Mrs. Baker, 80, Decorah, Are Held DECORAH, July 5.--Funeral services were held Wednesday for Mrs. Knut Baker, 80. who died Saturday at the home of her sister, Mrs. J. N. Jacobson of Hills, Minn. The mother had been visiting her daughter since last month. Her home was on Main street, Decorah. The services were in charge of the Rev. 0. G. Glesne of the First Lutheran church, and burial was made in the Lutheran cemetery. Surviving are two sisters. Mrs. Jacobson, Mills, Minn., and Stem. Stevenson, who is a resident of Washington. The lad who always had difficulty describing the shortest distance between two points grew up to be a. taxi driver.--Jackson, (Miss.) HORGE MODELS F R O M 3 TO 11 C U B I C F E E T C A P A C I T Y . SEE THE ROLLATOR The cold-making mechanism powered to make "MORE COLD THAN YOU'LL EVER NEED" Come in. Let us show figures to prove that it you the Norge model best suited to your needs. Let us give you the facts and will save you up to $11 a month. Don't delay. Act now. Come in. See. Let us demonstrate to you the advantages of Norge "Aufobuilt" Washers and Ironers, Gas Ranges with the "Skyscraper Constructed" Frames. "Whirlator" Oil Burners. No Down Payment No Collectors No Meter UP TO 3 AND 4 YEARS TO PAY 24 FIRST STREET S. E.~SHOPS BUILDING P H O N E 156 William Kellow is Cresco's oldest busi n e s s m a a, both in age and in length of continued activity as a retail merchant. He began as a clerk in the grocery store of Gorum Weaver in 1872. The following year he purchased Mr. Weaver's stock and embarked in the business for himself. At 83. he is still active at the store every day and continues to do business at "the same ola stand" where he started 62 years ago. Born in England May 21, 1852, Mr. Kellow came with his parents to America in 1856 and settled in Howard county 10 years before there was any Cresco. His continued health and business activity i? due largely to his temperate habits being a teetotaler and ardent pro- He confessed stealing them, and named Webb as his accomplice. Webb at first denied any knowledge of the affair, but later admitted trucking the stock to market. In final analysis. Huey's is a scare-the-wealth plan. -- Dallas Morning News. MAN CONFESSES TO THEFT OF OIL Cylinder Farmer Is Held on Charges of Stealing 20 Head of Cattle. EMMETSPURG, July 5.--George Barter, Cylinder farmer in jail here on larceny of cattle charges, confessed robbing an Osceola bulk station of a quantity of oil a few weeks ago, and named Orvillc Webb. Cylinder trucker, as one of his accomplices, officers said here Thursday. Webb, also jailed here on cattle theft charges, denies he used his truck to haul the oil from Osceola, and claims his truck was loaned to others that day. Carter took officers to the place where a barrel containing the oil was hidden. A third man, named by Carter in the oil theft, is being sought at Osceola. Carter was arrested near here last week in connection with the theft of 20 head of cattle near Cylinder. Your Car.Needs Heavier Grease for Summer Driving Harry A. Walter Garage at 11 Second St. N. W. Delco-iight Plants, Batteries and Parts Central Auto Electric Co. Formerly Cent ml Buttery A Elrctrlc O. I'hono 491 117 S. Delaware Ave. CALL FOR RATES Before you take a week-end trip, or your summer vacation . . . call the Bus Depot for rates. You can travel by bus very economically . . . and see more of the scenery. 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