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Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, January 9, 1936
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TWELVE MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, JANUARY 9 1936 EVANS OF LAURENS MAY BE CANDIDATE FOR U. S. SENATE PRESSURE AFTER UPSET OF AAA State's Corn-Hog Chairman Withholds Comment on Proposals. By GEORGE MILLS (Iowa Daily Press Bureau) DES MOINES, Jan. 9.--Injectio: of the AAA as a direct campaign is sue in the 1936 Iowa primaries was foreseen today with the report tha R. M. Evans of Laurens, chairman of the state corn-hog committee may be a candidate for L. J. Dickin son's United States senate seat. Evans was mentioned last fall a a possible seeker of the post in this year's elections. He decided not t run, however, and his name was dropped out of the discussions. --Refuses to Comment* Since the- United States supreme court upset the AAA, Evans is re ported to have subjected to considerable pressure to get into the race on the democratic ticket. The corn-hog official refused to comment on the report before he left Wednesday night for Washington, where he was called by Secretary of Agriculture Henry Wallace to confer with other national farm leaders on the farm problem since the adjustment program was invalidated. Other sources indicated that he has the proposition under consideration. Would Scramble Complexion. If Evans runs for the senatorial nomination, the whole complexion of democratic state politics will be scrambled again, just as a clear cut lineup of candidates seemed about to be achieved. Gov. Clyde L. Herring and possibly Congressman Hubert G Utterback were earmarked by observers as candidates for the senate, with Lieut. Gov. Nels G. Kraschel and perhaps Supreme Court Justice Richard F. Mitchell and State Comptroller Charles F. Murtagh as the possibilities for the gubernatorial nomination. Evan's surprise entrance into the senatorial battle might make three cornered fight of it, with prospects for a free-for-all should Kraschel decide to run for the senate anyway. Kraschel intended to seek the senate post in the first place. Any such switch in the plans of the latter is unlikely, however, since Kraschel and Herring have agreed to do nothing without first consulting the other. And the governor, up to now at least, has been considered s. certain starter in the senatorial race. Leave for South. HAMPTON--Lloyd Darling of Hampton and Charles Baldock of Aredale left Thursday with the former's sound truck for a two months' tour of southern states. They will attend the Mardi Gras celebration at New Orleans, La., and will visit Dallas, Texas, and Miami, Fla. :-: H E R E AND T H E R E : - : Miscellaneous Items From 125 Globe-Gazette Correspondents in North Iowa and Minnesota Visitors From Nebraska. FERTILE--Bud McCarthy from Ponco, Nebr., visited at the home of Mr, and Mrs. C. O. Sheimo. Go to Lincoln. PROTIVIN--Mrs. Jerome Ira and son, Frank Ira, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hruska and daughter, Mildred, accompanied little El Marie Hruska to Lincoln, Nebr., where El Marie attends school. Visitors From Jeffers. LAKE MILLS--Mr. and Mrs. N. J. Nelson and sons, David and Dickie of Jeffers, Minn., and Miss Jennie' Nelson of Titonka, were visitors at the L. J. Holland home. Is Quite 111. BRISTOW -- Miss Marguerite Waalkes, who was visiting her parents, the Rev. Fred Waalkes and wife, during the holidays, is quite ill and was not able to return to her school duties at Buffalo Center on Monday. Miss Waalkes hopes to return later this week. Visit in Sioux City. KANAWHA--Mrs. Lloyd O'Rourk and son, Bobbie, left Sunday for 3ioux City where they will spend Jiree weeks visiting friends. Several Give Talks. GARNER--The Garner Woman's club met Tuesday night in the C. D. of A. hall. The program was on 'Government Colonization," and was headed by Mrs. Roy L. McMil- 'in, Mrs. Marvin Greiman and Mrs-. 3eddes with the following topics respectively: West Virginia, the new Alaskan settlement, and Granger, Iowa settlement. Return to Amboy. LONEROCK--Jess Hohenstein of Amboy, Minn., drove here, getting his wife and children, who have spent the past week at the Eugene Hofius and I. W. Nelson homes. Odd Fellows Install. DUMONT--The I. O. 0. F. and lebekah lodges held a joint instal- ation Monday evening. Installing fficers were Mrs. Carma Martin nd Charles Kocher, both of Clarks- ·ille. Noble grands installed were Irs. Thada Brehmer and Elmer Jrehmer, Aredale. Articles Are Reviewed. GARNER--The Women's Pro- ressive club met with Mrs. W. H. IcGrew in her home Monday night. NORTH IOWA OFFICIALS Short Biographies Taken From Iowa Redbook. CORA E. SIMPSON, Decorah-Member of the state board of edu cation, was born at Lansing, daugh ter of Charles Carrol and Sara Bates, one of the pioneer families o northeastern Iowa. Moved to Decor ah with her parents when a youn girl and has made that city he home except for a few years spen in Spokane where her husband diec She is a graduate of Decorah big school, was a student at the Stat University of Iowa and later studie voice in Chicago. She taught sever al years in Decorah public school and has always kept up her inter est in school work. She served secretary in the county superinten dent's office and in recent years has been one of the judges in thei spelling contest. For many years served as vie chairman of the democratic centra committee. A member of the D. A R., Ladies of the G. A. R. and PJ bekah lodge. She has one daughte Mrs. L. W. Buckton. A democrat. frs. C. H. Schissel, Mrs. J. R. Baggs nd Mrs. Ted Bradwell reviewed ar- cles in the Reader's Digest and Irs. Oberhaused reviewed the Club Voman. Mission Circle Meets. COR WITH--The-Mission circle of the Baptist church met Friday at the ome of Mrs. Armond Tabb. The esson on "Missionaries in India" ·as led by Ivadelle Izzard. Mrs-, oy Jacobs led devotions and sang solo. Return From Milwaukee. RUDD--Mr. and Mrs. Beryl Hanen returned home Tuesday morn- ng after a visit at the George Parer home in Milwaukee, Wis. 2 Things to Do TO EASE COLD INSTANTLY Discomfort and Aches Go Almost Instantly This Way 1. Take 2 BAYER ASPIRIN Tableta and drink s fall glass of water. Repeat treatment in Z hours. 2. If throat 10 sore, eraih and stir 3 BAYER ASPIRIN Tablet. In H glass of water. Gargle twice. This eases throat rawness and soreness instantlj. rpHE pictured directions above ·*· show perhaps the quickest, simplest and most modern method yet discovered to combat coid and sore throat Your own doctor will approve this way. Millions of people have discarded "cold killers" and patent nostrums for this modern way. It relieves the average cold almost as fast as you caught it. Note that all you do is this. Two Bayer Aspirin tablets with a full glass of water. Three Bayer Aspirin tablets, crushed and dissolved in }£ glass of water as a gargle. Gargle with this mixture twice, holding your head well back to permit this Medicated gargle to reach the irritated membranes of the throat. Why BAYER Aspirin Works So Fast Prop a Bayer Aspirin tablet into a glass of water. By the time it hits the bottom of the glass it is disintegrating, In 2 Seconds By Stop Watch A Genuine Bayer Aspirin tablet starts to disintegrate and go to work. What happens in these glasses happens in your stomach -- Genuine BAYER Aspirin tablets start "taking hold" of pain a few minutes after taking. pains in the throat and to ease throat irritation. Try this way. You will be amazed at how quickly you can ease a cold. The Bayer Aspirin you take in- Be sure, though, to get Genuine ternally acts to fight a cold almost BAYER ASPIRIN tablets. They " ' dissolve almost instantly in the stomach. Hence start working instantly. AND -- eases the aches and pains that accompany most eolds. The gargle acts instantly like a local anesthetic to soothe almost instantly. And also, dissolve thoroughly enough in water for use as a sa r s' e GENUINE BAYER ASPIRIN Taken to Colfax. LAKQTA--J. A. Barger, loca postmaster, who has been ill th past several weeks suffering from arthritis, was taken to Colfax o Monday by his. son-in-law, Cooni Roelfsema, where he expects to tak treatments. In Charge of Office. HAMPTON--Mr. and Mrs. Lo Allison received word that their son Gerald, stationed at San Diego o the S. S. Richmond, was placed charge of an executive office. H joined the navy 14 months ago. Visitor!) From Canada. SHEFFIELD--Mr. and Mrs. Henrj Knapp, Molby, Sask, Canada, ar rived here to visit at the John Knapp home and with other rela tives. Daughter Is Born. LITTLE CEDAR--A daughter Vesta Ray, was born to Mr. anc Mrs. Lawrence Wolf. Saturday. Mrs R. Bird is caring for mother and baby. Submits to Operation. KANWHA--Mrs. Harm Veer was taken to Hampton Tuesday wher she was operated on for appendiciti at the Lutheran hospital. Goes to Rochester. WESLEY--A. E. Studer of Hold fast, Canada, who arrived in Weslej about a month ago to visit his par ents, has gone to Rochester, Minn, to go through the Mayo clinic, ani is to be there another week. Has Operation in Des Moines. THORNTON--Henry Chase un derwent an operation for adhesio: of the appendix Monday in the Vet erans' hospital in Des Moines. Mrs Chase is with him. Return From West, MANLY--Miss Kathryn Wein gart and sisters, Helen and Mary returned home Sunday after spend ing the past two weeks in the western states where they travelei through southern part of Iowa Kansas, Nebraska and Colorado. Taken to Iowa City. RICEVTLLE--Mrs. Eva Martin was taken to Iowa City by am bulance Tuesday for hospital treat ment. Born at New Hampton. NEW HAMPTON--Mr. and Mrs Russell White, a daughter, Jan. 5 Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hauser, a son Jan. 6: Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gott a daughter, Jan. 7, Honored at Party. LATIMER--Miss Lena Madsen was a guest of Miss Marion Brewer of Des Moines. They returned to Ellsworth where Miss Madsen was honored at a party given by the Ellsworth senior class. Return From Hastings. RUDD--Miss Gertrude Hoppen, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Ahrens, and Edgar Brandau returned Tuesday from a visit in Hastings, Nebr. Daughter Is Born. ROCKFORD--Born to Mr. and Mrs. Harry Jensen Tuesday a daughter weighing 6% pounds. This is the first child in the family. Takes Cattle to Chicago. POPEJOY--Maurice Kreamer accompanied a load of cattle belonging to A. J. Kreamer in to the Chicago market Monday. Installation Is Held. CORWITH--Paradise lodge No. 553, A. F. and A. M., and Paradise Chapter No. 384, O. E. S:, held joint installation ceremonies Tuesday evening at the Masonic temple. Dr. P. E. Walley is worshipful master of the lodge and Mrs. Walley is worthy matron of the chapter. William Wood and Mrs. Elizabeth Jorgenson were installing officers. Leaves for Los Angeles. SHEFFIELD--Mrs. Floyd Edgington left Tuesday for Los Angeles, Cal., to make a few weeks' visit with her father. Is Preparing Report. GARNER--The office force of County Engineer Charles Merten is busy making out the annual report of the work accomplished in their line the past year. Officers Are Installed. THORNTON--The Masonic and Eastern Star lodges held a joint in. stallation Tuesday evening. B. O. Sweet was installed worshipful master. Mrs. A. L. Dittmer was installed worthy matron of the Eastern Star. Infant Son Dies. CORWITH-- The infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Severns, born Sunday, died that evening and was buried Monday in the Corwith cemetery. Return From Missouri. LONEROCK--Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hartwell returned from a visit with relatives in Missouri. Returns to Rochester. CALMAR--Miss Alice Sanders left for Rochester, Minn., to resume her duties at Kahler School of Nursing, after a week's visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Sanders. Honored at Shower. RUDD--The Standard Bearers met Monday evening at the home of Miss Joyce Dockstader. Mrs. Lois Stiles Gruver, newlywed, of Rockford, was honored by a miscellaneous shower. Auxiliary Will Meet. CALMAR--The regular meeting of the American Legion auxiliary was held Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs. Tillie Meyer. BIDS APPROVED ON ROAD JOBS Iowa Projects Need Formal Acceptance by Bureau at Omaha. AMES, Jan. 9. (/P)--Low bids on Iowa road projects, totaling nearly $500,000 were approved Wednesday by the Iowa commision. Low bids must be given final approval by the bureau of public roads office at Omaha before contracts can be let. Projects included: Bridges: Allamakee--21 culverts. on highway 182 out of Lansing northwest :oward New Albin, Ray Yegge, Boone, $24,185. Black Hawk--14 Culverts on highway 58 from highway 57 north to highway 20, W. A. Burton and son, Waterloo, $3,668. Fayette--Overpass on highway 18 northwest of Hawkeye at Milwaukee railroad crossing, Eberhard lonstruction company, $15,840. Paving: Iherokee--1.3 miles on highway 59 m Cherokee, Jensen and Krage, Sioux City, $35,432. Guthrie--.8 mile of paving and grading on highway 25 and 46 from Bayard north to Greene county line, Wright Construction company, Des Moines, $11,372. Mitchell--.5 mile on highway 105 in St. Ansgar, McKcnzie and Holm Inc., Waterloo, $21,040. Grading: Allamakee--8.4 miles on highway 182 out of Lansing, northwest toward New Albin, Nolan Brothers Inc., Minneapolis. Minn., $118,977. Fayette--0.3 miles on highway 18 northwest of Hawkeye · at railroad crossing, G- H. Lowe, Cedar Rapids, §13,714. Two Indictments Made by Jury in Palo Alto EMMET3BURG, Jan. 9.--The Palo Alto county grand jury, in session here Wednesday, returned indictments against Martin Smith of Curlew on charges of larceny by em. Dczzlement, and against Lester Walton, Emmetsburg, accused of operating a motor vehicle while in- micated Letter Carriers Meet. GOLDFIELD, Jan. 9.--The Wright County Rural Carriers and their wives held their regular monthly meeting at the B. J. Beck home on Tuesday evening. BANCROFT MAN HELD TO JURY Returned to Jail When He Is Unable to Furnish Bond of $1,000. ALGONA, Jan. 9.--Leonard Johnson, Bancroft, wag bound over to the grand jury Wednesday on charges of driving while intoxicated. He was taken before Justice of the Peace J. H. Sheridan, Bancroft. He was unable to furnish a $1,000 bond and was brought back to Algona jail. Johnson has been in jail three times recently. Three men, Roy Leininger, John Metzger and Loren Larson, all of Algona, appeared before H. B. White, justice of peace, on charges of illegal fishing out of season. They were caught near the dam spearing fish. They were each fined $5 and costs. Laurence Pfeffer, Algona, pleaded ·uilty Wednesday to charges of assault and battery after charges were filed by Billy Green, Luverne. Pfeffer was supposed to have hit Green at a dance at Algona last Thursday evening. Ackley Youth's Rites Held at Church There ACKLEY. Jan. 9.--Funeral services for Ralph Grafe, 23, who died Monday night at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Will Grafe, 1 miles Eouthwest of Ackley, following a lingering illness of spleen trouble and asthma, were conducted at 1:30 p. m. Thursday at St. John's Evangelical church by the Rev. Ernest Seybold, assisted by the Rev. H. M. Raecker, pastor of the Evangelical church at Dumont. Interment will be in the Oakwood cemetery. Life itself is a success. Men and women are the failures.--Wisconsin State Journal. JANUARY CLEARANCE SALE! 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