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Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, November 30, 1933
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NOVEMBER 30 1933 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE FIFTEEN 4-H BOYS TAKE CALVES, PIGS TO INTERNATIONAL SHOW 25 GIRLS ALSO IN IOWA GROUP National 4-H Club Congress to Be Held Dec. 1-9 at Chicago. AMES, Nov. 30.--In addition to oO Iowa boys and girls attending the National 4-H club congress Dec. 1 to 9, tbe state will be represented at the International Livestock exposition in Chicago by 79 jjoys showing 115 baby beeves and 3 boys showing market barrows, club leaders in the extension service at Iowa State college announced. Boys showing pigs and calves planned to "load out" for the International Thanksgiving day. * Paul C. Taff, assistant director of extension in charge of 4-H club work in Iowa, will be superintendent of the club congress again this kVi'ear. John Quist, state club leader, will be assistant superintendent of the 4-H livestock show at the international. Mrs. Edith Barker, -state girls' club leader, will have charge of tile 25 girls awarded trips to the club congress and F. P. Reed, state boys' club leader, will accompany tlis boys" delegation. The congress delegates and. leaders will leave their homes Saturday for Chicago. The congress will hold sessions Dec. 2 to 8. Mrs. Barker is in charge of the dramatic section of the program at the national 4-H party to be held during the congress and is a member of the national radio committee on club work which meets in Chicago next week. Mrs. Josephine Arnquist Bakke, state girls' ;lub leader, is in charge of the national style show. Iowa girls will have several entries in exhibits at the congress, including a complete home furnishing unit, a complete 4-H girls' costume, children's clothes and a cotton school dress. A boy and girl will enter the national health con\ last. Judging contests, style show ' and other events also are scheduled. Clemency for Grattan Indicated by Herring After Appeal Is Made DECORAH, Nov. 30.--An appeal £cr clemency for M. T. Grattan, 85 year old Civil war veteran, has been made to Gov. Clyde Herring, and the governor has promised to help the aged veteran, who is now serving a life term in the Fort Madison penitentiary for Claude Meade. the murder of i Pioneer New Hampton Businessman's Rites Will Be Held Friday NEW HAMPTON, Nov. 30.--Funeral services will be held Friday afternoon for Frank J. Merritt, pioneer New Hampton businessman, who died at his home on North Chestnut ave., yesterday after a lingering: illness. Mr. Merritt was born April 14, 1854. He came here In 1868. For 50 years he operated a livery stable here. The past few years he operated a storage garage. In 1912, he was married to Miss Anna Sheakley, who survives. Services will be held at the Congregational church with the Rev. W. D. Spiker, pastor, officiating. The Masonic lodge here will conduct the funeral. Besides his wife, one brother, Fred Merritt of Mount Vernon, survives. C. T. Edwards Funeral Is Held at Swea City SWEA CIT.Y, Nov. 30.--Funeral services were held yesterday afternoon for C. T. Edwards, 67, who died Tuesday at the Cherokee hospital of "erysipelas. He suffered a stroke about 3 montha ago. About two weeks ago erysipelas developed and his arm was amputated. Surviving nre his wife and daughter, Ila, at Home and two sons, Harry of Algona and Leo of Garner. Funeral services were held at the Baptist church. The Rev. A. R. Salmans was In charge. Roeberg, Decorah Rural Letter Carrier, Retires DECORAH, Nov. 30.--After S3 years as postman of route 1 of Decorah Richard Roeberg has retired vountarily from the service. He is the third city carrier to retire in the past three years, Robert Price nnd Emmctt Gillette preceding him. Mr. Roberpr entered the postal service in 1903, after having been substitute carrier for some time. Dr. Schlader, Waterloo, Will Practice at Floyd FLOYD, Nov. 30.--Dr. Schlader, Waterloo, who has completed his medical course and interneship at Iowa City, is coming to Floyd to practice Mr. Stone in refinishing his building next to the drug store and will have it ready for occupancy about Dec. 1. Floyd has been without n. physician for some time. Alumni to Sponsor Play. FLOYD, Nov. 30.--The Floyd alumni association are sponsoring a play to be given at the schoolhouse Dec. 8. HERE AND THERE » * * * » * * · » » . * * o * * , , Miscellaneous Itema From 125 Globe-Gazette Correspondents in North Iowa and Minnesota Visitor From Minneapolis. SHEFFIELD--Miss Erma Wilhelm, Minneapolis, Is spending the week-end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Wilhelm. Daughter Is Bom. FLOYD--Mr. and Mrs. Ralp Belknap are the parents of a daughter born Sunday at their home north of town. Lar^o Crowd Present. ROCKWELL-^A large crowd saw the moving picture and dog show given C. L, Towne of Mason City Tuesday njght in the Legion hall. The appearance of the acts was sponsored by the local American Legion post. The show received much applause.'' · Heard at University Xea. ROCKWELL--Miss Evelyn Hardman, junior liberal arts student at the State University o£ Iowa City, was one of two sorority women who played piano selections during a tea served by the Pan Hellenic association at Iowa .City to all members, alumnae and chaperones of Pan- Hellenic sororities. Guild Plans Meeting. DUMQNT--The Otterbein Guild mission girls of the United Brethren church will meet Wednesday evening- at the Ehvard Heerkes home for a waffle supper and their annual Thanksgiving service. Visitors for Thanksgiving. ACKLEY--Mrs. Addie Whiteside, son, Robert, and daughter, Gladys, of Ames, came to spend Thanksgiving with Mrs. Whiteside's parents, Dr. and Mrs. E. H. Rule. Homo From Rochester. KANAWHA--Mrs. Lars Olson was expected to return home from Rochester, Minn., today, after being there a week going through the Mayo brothers' clinic.. Aid In Seal Drive. CORWITH--The Corwith Woman's club met Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. S. L. Thompson. The club voted to assist Mrs. Thompson, chairman of the Christmas health seal sale, with the distribution o£ the senls to the homes in Corwith. The program included the reading of Edgar Guest's poem, "Home," by Mrs. L. J. Schmidt. "The Election of the President" by Mrs. J. W. Duckett and Mrs. Schmidt and the review of Gladys Carroll's book, "As the Earth Turns" by Mrs. J. L. Oxley. Visit at St. Paul. KANAWHA--Mr. and Mrs. Chester A. Haller and sons, Dick and Jack, motored to St. Paul yesterday to spend Thanksgiving at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Humphrey. Parry Is In Des Molnes. BRADFORD -- R. H. Parry is spending several days in Des Molnes on business. Visit in Indiana. RUDD -- E. E. Stalker and Mr. and Mrs. Berl Stalker and daughter started Wednesday for Cayuga. Tnd., to visit Mr. and Mrs. Keith Stalker and daughter, Cora Ellen Mrs. Frank Wagner accompanied them and will visit near Peoria, 111. 300 at Wedding Dance. OSAGE--Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Smalley, newly wed, were honored at a wedding dance at New Haven hall Tuesday evening. Two hundred or more friends were present. Union Services Held. MANLY -- The annual Union Thanksgiving service was held irj the English Lutheran church thir morning. The Rev. Karl Rest, pastoi of the St. Paul's Evangelica" church, had charge of the service assisted by the Rev. G. G. Parke: and the Rev. F. R. Blakely. Visits lit Superior. L O N E R O C K -- Mrs. Williatr Krause left Wednesday to spent 1 several days with Mr. and Mrs. Or ville Rosendahl at Superior. Has Charge of Elevator, LAKE MILLS--Mr. and Mrs. Ly on Storby left Wednesday with thr household goods of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Vedvig, to take them to Inwood, where Mr. Vedvig will have charge of the elevator there. The- were formerly located at Rockford. Visit in Waterloo. WHITTEMORE--Mr. and Mrs. 'j'rank Farrell, Bernice, Thomas and Pat went to Waterloo Wednesday to spend Thanksgiving with Mr. anc! Mrs. Willis Farrell. Honored nt Shower. SWEA CITY--Mrs. S. Warburton was hostess at a postnuptial shower for Mrs. Kenneth Thomson at the Warburton home on Tuesday eve. The bride received many gifts. Born at Wesley. WESLEY--Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Kleinoeter are parents of a baby boy. This is their third chjld anil Tecond son. Mra. Kleinpeter was for- tierly Miss Lorraine RIchey o£ Ventura. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Weil- 'and are the parents of a girl born to them Sunday night. Visitors From Illinois. DUMONT--Mr. and Mra. Henry Hagenmier and children, Esmond. 111., visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. Ackerman and other relatives over Thankss^ving. Guests From North Dakota. BFADFORD--Mr. and Mrs. Tonv BRADFORD--Mr. and Mrs. Tonv ton, N. Dak., and the former's mother. Mrs. John Hushka of Si Benedict, visited Mrs. Frank Hush\a. and oM*rr rplct'upi Tuesday. Guests nt Ankeny. RUDD- -The Rev. and Mrs. H. F. Mercer and sons. Jinn and Wayne, drove to the home of Mrs. Mercer's sister, Mrs. Stanton Clay, near Ankeny Wednesday evening where n family reunion was held Thursday. Miss Bernice Bobinhouse accompanied them and will spend her vacation with relatives. DIRECTS RAIL LOANS Frank C. Wright, New England railroad executive, heads the division of public works to facilitate railroad loans. (Associated Press Photo). YOUR IOWA An Interesting Fact Daily About the State You Are Proud to Cull Your Own! Iowa's bituminous coal mines last year produced 3,623,000 tons of fuel. Taken to Independence. OSAGE--Gail Torney, daughter of Albert Torney was taken to Independence Wednesday for treatment. Home From Co*. MANLY -- Marjorie Bosworth spent T! anksgiving vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bosworth. Marjork is a student at Coe college, Cedar Rapids. Visitor From Illinois. TITONKA--Mrs. George Harkness of Yorkville, 111., is visiting her brothers, G. D., and William Wel- housen and families. Spend Holiday nt Minneapolis. GLENVILLE, Minn.--Mrs. Mary Pixley, Northwood, accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Ben Miller and family to Minneapolis Wednesday to spend Thanksgiving with Mr. and Mrs. Mort Marcey and also' visit their daughter, Arlene, a student at the state university. Visit In Omaha. BANCROFT--The Misses Regina and Francis Berens left Wednesday for Omaha to visit their sisters, Mrs. Lee Brown and Leone Berens, until Sunday. Regina Berens teaches in the Seneca Consolidated school and Francis teaches in the public school here. Submit to Operations. OSAGE--^Robert Mork underwent a. major operation at Savre hospital Wednesday. Mrs. Lynn Fowler underwent a major operation at Nissen hospital Wednesday. John Hoe] from near Devonia had a toe amputated at Nissen hospital Wednesday. Visits With Parents. MANLY--Dorraine Pinta arrived from Cedar Falls Wednesday to spend Thanksgiving with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Pinta. Dorraine is a student at State Teachers college, Go Homo for Holiday. GRAFTON--Teachers who left 'or Thanksgiving vacation are Miss U. B. Musel to Lowden. Miss Mariorie Bang to Joice and^Miss Thelma Tolken to Frost, Minn. Home for Holiday. CORWITH--Miss Lorana Ellaworth of Newton came Tuesday to spend Thanksgiving with her mother, Mrs. Jennie Ellsworth. Miss Lois Scacc, who teaches school at Hubbard, came Wednesday to spend the vacation with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Fay Scace. Mr. and Mrs. William Wood and daughter, Jeanette, spent the day with his parents at Stuart. · Get Loan Instructions. SWEA CITY--A. H. Hundeby and George ButterficM were in Des Moihes for instructions on com loans. Thanksgiving- Party Held. PROTIVIN -- The Rudolphinum high school held a Thanksgiving party in the gymnasium Tuesday nirht. Students were dressed as Pilgrims. Thev played games, had supper and after that a dance. Former Residents Visitors. EAGLE GROVE--Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Griffin of Northport, Wash , are visiting their daughter. Mrs. Wavne Middleton. Mr. and Mrs. Griffin were residents of Eagle Grove for many years, where Mr Griffin was one of the early locomotive engineers on this division of the Chicago and North Western railway. Thanksgiving Program Given. JOICE--Mptber.i of pupils in the primary grades attended a Thanksgiving program at the school Tuesday aftcdnoon. The Joice school closed Wednesday noon until Monday for Thanksgiving vacation. Goes to New Richmond. SHEFFIELD--Miss Nola Kammeier went to New Richmond, Wis., Wednesday to spend Thanksgiving and the week-end at the E. C. Webster home. Go to Dl.von. SHEFFIELD--Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Johnston, Sr., went to Dixon, 111., Wednesday for a few days visit at the home of their son, C. F. Johnston, Jr. Born at New Hampton. NEW HAMPTON--Bom to Mr. and Mrs. Lando Welter, a daughter, Nov. 25. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Jay Brannon, a daughter, Nov. 25. Kenneth Marlow Rites to Be Friday at Lonerock LONEROCK, Nov.' 30.--Kenneth Marlow, oldest son of Mr. and Mrs Lcm Marlow, died at his home yesterday morning. Funeral services will be held Friday. Eagle Grove Men Start Special Projects Work EAGLE GROVE, Nov. 30. A number of projects in the way of relief of unemployed started here, 122 men are are being to be hired by the county, and out of this number 25 have been allocated for Eagle Grove, under the present regulations. Sixteen men were put to work here Monday morning. Fifty- seven o f ' t h e 122 men will be taken from the rural districts to work on strictly rural employment. BELMONDWILL VOTE ON PLANT Citizens Will Go to Polls Dec. Cast Ballots on Bond Issue. BELMOND, Nov. 30.--Citizens of Belmond will go to the polls Wednesday, Dec. 6, in a special election lor a proposed water treatment plant to be constructed. Since the law covering special elections called to vote bonds in financing the cost ol public improvements requires thnl favorable votes should number not less than a majority of all votes cast in the last municipal election 401 favorable votes must be cast that day for this improvement. If the voting should issue to fail, the town officials have concluded that no further effort will be made to finance the improvement. Goheen of Lawler Takes Position at Gamavillo LAWLER, Nov. 30.--Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Goheen closed their residence here and moved to Garnavillo where Mr. Goheen has been appointed receiver of a closed bank. Mr. Goheen was formerly employed as assistant cashier of the local State Savings bank. Their daughter, Janette, will remain to complete her senior year in high school. One son, Kenneth, l e f t last week to take a business course at Mankato, Minn., while a younger son, John Jr., will accompany his parents. In astronomy, the limb is the border or edge of the apparent disk of a heavenly body, particularly the sun and moon. LAWLER BOY IS HURT IN BLAST Ralph Murray, 12, Throws Kerosene on Coals of Heating Stove. LAWLER, Nov. 30.--Ralph Murray 12, son of Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Murray, was bui-ned quite severely when he threw some kerosene on the coals of a smouldering heating stove fire, which resulted in nn explosion. He wns burned on the right side of tlie face dangerously near hia eyes and his eyebrows and hair were singed. Corn ranks high in comparison with other cereal grains as a food for man. 4 I I Kinds at PEIVXE Junior Pool Tables ,90 Folding tables complete with 16 balls! Two maple cues with r u b b e r tips. Sturdily made. Others 98c up. Genuine Slate Blackboard A grand value 3l the price 1 Drop d e s k type, 14" x 16' of writing surface! And it's sturdy / Wardrobe Trunk for Dolly's Clothes t 89c _i 14" high, with open top compartment, and space for doll! Metal hangers on rack, brassed locks and baridle. TABLE and CHAIR SET Beautiful but sturdy 1 Drop leaf table, 18" high; Windsor chairs 2454" high I A "de-luxe" model Doll Cart Otter. {1.93 up! W h a t luxury I An 18" chassis with t h e l a t e s t f e a t u r e s ! And built to lasl . . . by real carriage workmen t Pedal Auto Electric Headlights 98 Complete with Bumper and Horn. 33 inches long with rubber tires. Easy to steer. Fellowtt . . It ktu rial lifhls and a belli Wind-Up Train 3 nrsl B-pc. track! All for only Safe! Well made I Lights, ·with battery I Wind it up and watch DANIEL BOONS Cabin JLogs Build forts, h o u s e s , stockades I Loads- o f ' fun in this set! See Santa Glaus and the parade-Saturday "BART DIMPLES** Soft and cuddly, -- daint ily dressed 1 Rubber panties! Eyes that go 'o sleep! 18*1 Others «8c up« Electric Train · 3 C.r.1 COMPLETE · 9 ft. Trade! tt-o no · Transformer! 'P^.^O More features! Guaranteed motor I Electric headlight! Sliiny, Rock-a-bye BOLL CRIB Dolly'll sleep soundly in this beautiful 27" crib, with its com- f y cretonne mattress 1 Drop tide! 79c Genuine CEDAR CHEST Brass bound with lock and key I 10" x V x. 5"--each cedar bag I with aromatic The lovable Mr. TEDDY BEAR! 1.98 He's very affectionate . . , and he's looking for a "pal". H c squeaks, he's f u l l y jointed, and 22" long! Unusually low priced t Wood Sleds 9Sc 32 inches long. Made of bard wood with metal frames. Penco Steel Wagons Safer -- this Double-barreled SHOT GUN Harmless . . . the corks stay in be barrels I Quick repeat action . .. two 98 Rubber tires and roller bearing wheels. OTHERS 79c UP Boys' 22-piecc TOOL CHEST It'i 17 inches lon« -- 7 inches wide I $2.98 Hours of fun I Big Value I 35* BABY DARLING Beautiful doll 17 inches high with beautiful clot.ica. Winsome a n d appealing with movable eyes and eyelashes. For Kiddies' Parties! 19-pc. Aluminum COFFEE SET Something new! 2-pc. urn with handles! Hammcreri-type t r a y ! In a handsome gift box! Molktr's ffelfn Handi-Ald Set! S-pc. tea -- brush, 49c mop, sweeper, dust pan, Bon Ami bcnc --colorful finish 1 Games :. 1Q C to 9Sc Fiber Rockers $2.39 Mechanical Toys 19c to $1.29 "Wood Toys"..... IQc to 98c Roll Top Desks $4.98 Boxing Gloves $2.98 Footballs 98c Basketballs $1.98 J.C.PE 20-24 SOUTH FEDERAL YGO MASON" CITV, IOWA

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