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July 11, 1935

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 3

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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, JULY 11 Hi 1935 THREE ALGONA WOMAN SUCCUMBS TO INJURIES IN CAR ACCIDENT MRS. W.C, TAYLOR IS CRASH VICTIM Dies at Waterloo Hospital Following Collision of Autos. ALGONA, July 11.--Mrs. W. C. Taylor, 62, Algona, died at Allen Memorial hospital at Waterloo at 5:30 o'clock Wednesday afternoon from injuries received Tuesday in an automobile collision on highway 63 just north of Waterloo. She suffered a fractured right hip and other injuries. Others injured were her nephew. Charles Harvey, 35, driver of the car, and his wife, Anna, 31. They were hurt when the car and one driven by George Benorden of near Independence collided. Injunction Asked to Block Enforcement of Iowa Cham Tax DES MOINES. July 11. (/B--An injunction to restrain the enforcement of the new Iowa chain store tax is asked in a bill of complaint filed in federal court here by the Atlantic and Pacific Tea company. The petition says the firm made a net profit of ?181,000 in Iowa in 1934 and that under the gross receipts tax provisions of the law plus occupational taxes for eaeh store the tax bill on the company would have been $440,440. The law is attacked as discriminatory, confiscation of property and not uniform in operation. Iowa Woman Seeks $66,000 of Estate Left by Ex-Convict CHICAGO, July 11. (J)--Mrs. Hattie Mary Pride, Waterloo, Iowa, filed a claim here for $66,OOC against the $140,000 estate left by Thomas James Kelly, ex-convict whose fortune was disclosed only after his death in a rooming house here. Mrs. Pride claimed that she and her farmer husband, now dead paid $26,000 to Kelly in 1912 for 26,000 shares of stock they never received. The suit represents principa" and interest on the sum. Meltonville Choir Will Hold Carnival July 19 MELTONVILLE, July 11.--The young people's choir of V · M. E Sunday school has piano nearly completed for a carnival to be given July 19 in the Thomas hall. The manager, Leland Thomas, and nu merous committees are getting .' number of attractions ready for th evening. The carnival will open witl a. program after which a contes will be held to pick the most popula girl or boy of the community. T.J.B. Robinson Will Move Hampton Office HAMPTON, July 11.--T. J. B Robinson, former congressman, wi: move his office in a few days fror the Franklin building to the build ing he recently purchased on Reev street, formerly occupied by th Frank Kratochvil .cigar factory. Mr Robinson has made extensive im provements in the building. He conduct a real estate investmen and loan business. :-: H E R E AND T H E R E : - : Miscellaneous Items From 125 Globe-Gazette Correspondents in North Iowa and Minnesota Body of Drowning Victim Recovere DES MOINES, July 11. (.B--T body of Collins Carson, 16 year ol drowning victim, was recovered b Des Moines police near Ford, 2 miles from the point where he Jos his life when a boat went over th Center street dam here July 4. Wi Ham Halloran also lost his life ' the accident. Price Pleads Guilty to LeMars Robber LEMARS,. July 11. ;£--Joh Price, one of four men held in con nection with the robbery in May o 57,000 from the LeMars Savings bank, pleaded guilty to robbery with aggravation. He will be sentenced July 22. A brother, George Price, William Cunningham and William Cash are to be brought to trial Monday. Has S20.000 Organ. CRESCO, July 11.--Ernil Velazco's celebrated orchestra which is scheduled to play at Davis Corners, nine miles west of Cresco, Tuesday night, has something unique in the way of a portable organ valued at $20,000, which he uses in his orchestral programs. Manager Is Re-Elected. STILSON. July 11.--The Stilson Co-Op Grain company held its annual business meeting and G. C. Brickey was hired again as manager. Devoured Dozen Quail. BLOOMFIELD, July 11. (UP) -A house cat that devoured a dozen quail from a covey of 26 was killed by F. O. Hubbartt, who witnessed the devastating attack 1 -'~ barnyard. near his What's in the Name? CASEBEER HEIGHTS, July 11. (UP)--What's in the name? This city, oddly enough, has as one of Its prominent residents Mr. George Etui Guests From Chicago. FOREST CITY--Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Conlin and daughter Sheila of licago, are visiting in the home of rs. Conlin's father, W. R. Flem- ling. Mather Reunion Held. GREENE--The tenth annual Maier reunion was held Sunday af ter- oon at Round Grove with. 23 perms present. Those from a distance ere Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Ebersold, nd Mrs. T. G. Ebersold of Cedar alls; Mr. and Mrs. Leo Ebersold jid son, Wilbur, Azusa, Cal., Mrs. ee Smith, Waterloo, and Mr. and :rs. Milo Mather, Clarksville. Returns to St. Louis. LELAND--Miss Margaret Buren _ _ f t Saturday for St. Louis, Mo., fter a two weeks vacation at the ome of her parents here. Are Parents of Son. LAKE MILLS--Mr. and Mrs. All rackey are parents of a boy born londay. They now have 8 children, H boys. Visiting Two Weeks. POPEJOY--Mrs. George Abels of lilwaukee, Wis., and nieces. Donna lae and Beverly Kurd, of St. Paul, re visiting two weeks at the home f the former's parents, Mr. and Irs. Will Kurd. Suffers Appendicitis Attack. RUDD--Mrs. William Birkholz uffered an attack of appendicitis Monday evening. ' Return From Ohio. FOREST CITY--Mr. and Mrs. W. 1. Hansen and daughter, Barbara can, who have been living in Maron, Ohio, about three years, re- urned to Forest City to make their .ome, and Mr. Hansen will work vith his father in the W. C. Hansen lumbing shop. Mr. Hansen, who was employed by the electric corn- any in Marion, was severely burned a year ago in contacting live wires iccidentally and has found it neces- ary at this time to make a change rom that line of work for the sake if his health. Visitors From St. Paul. ROCK PALLS--Mr. and Mrs. AI:red Hoover and Mrs. Hoover's sister of St. Paul, are guests at the !arl Hansen home. Return to Flint. JOICE--Mr. and Mrs. Joe Rosendahl, and son, Joel, returned Sunday :o Flint, Mich., after visiting Mrs. Rosendahl's parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Fibelstad. Home From Detroit. ALEXANDER--Miss Agnes Stoffer is home from Detroit, Mich., where she has taken a course in nurse's training the past few months. · Visits in Twin Cities. MANLY--Miss Frances Werstlin visited in the Twin Cities. Return to Greenfield. LEDYARD--Mr. and Mrs. Edward Christ and two daughters of reenfield returned to their home Monday after visiting several days here with relatives. 13 Are Confirmed. MILLER--Thirteen boys and girls were confirmed at the Lutheran church Sunday morning by the Rev. A. D. Halverson. A large crowd attended the services. Guests From Wisconsin. LAKOTA--Mr. and Mrs. Henry Gutknecht of Milwaukee and Charles Gutknecht of Avoca, Wis., have been guests of their brother, August Gutknecht and family. Will Visit Relatives. OTRANTO--Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Freuch and Jimmie left Tuesday for a 10 days' visit with relatives at Park Rapids, Minn. Leave for Wichita. RUDD--Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Brehm and children left Monday for Wichita, Kans., after a visit a"t the home of her father, Eckhardt Moeller. Guests From Chicago. MANLY--Mr. and Mrs. Barrens of Chicago are visiting Mrs. Barron's parents, Mr. and Mrs. I. H. Lichtenstein. Returns to School. MANLY--Miss Marion Benson returned to summer school at I. S. T. C., Cedar Falls, after spending the week-end here with her parents. Are At Okoboji. ROWAN--The Rev. and Mrs. H. E. Harvey are spending the week at Lake Okoboji. Go To Grand Marias. SHEFFIELD--Mr. and Mrs. Fred Aborn went to Grand Marias, Minn., Monday for a several weeks' outing. Has Job in Dubuque. WHITTEMORE--Lloyd Roth accepted a position in the Hartigs' drug store in Dubuque. Mr. Roth was graduated from the Iowa U. this spring. Return Rrom Minneapolis. CARPENTER--Mr. and Mrs. L N. Priem. Mr. and Mrs. Hail Suan St. Ansgar, returned from Minneapolis after three days' vacation. Twin Girls Born. ACKLEY--Twin girls were born to Mr. and Mrs. Mearle Knight Ackley. Return From Waterville. RICEVILLE--Mr. and Mrs. C. H Christensen returned from Water ville, Minn., where they visited thei son, Alfred and family. Returning to California. MITCHELL--Mr. and Mrs. Re Peet, their son, Keith and Mrs. Ton Eckford, who have been visiting relatives and friends here, have started on their trip home to 5s condido, Cal., but will visit relative near Portland, Ore., before goin; home. Visitors From Hollywood. HAMPTON--Mr. and Mrs. J. M Sniffen of Hollywood, Cal., are vis iting at the home of her brotherp, T. J. B., G. A. and W. U Robinson, Delegates Are Elected. RUDD--The A. L. A. met Wed- lesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Myrtle Bartz. Mesdames Ruth Lodge and Pearl Hans were elected delegates to the Iowa City conven- :ion in August. Mesdamcs Edna Slay and Leona Dockstader are alternates. Honored on Birthday. JOICE--Gloria Dahl, daughter ol Mr. and Mrs. Clair Dahl. was honored at a birthday party at her home Tuesday afternoon on her third birthday. About 25 guests were present. At Rites in Brandt. HANLONTOWN--Mr. and Mrs. John Hegne, Jeanette and Hans Thovson, left Tuesday for Brandt, S. Dak., called there' by the death of a relative, Ole Grinde, who died following a several months' illness due to infections which required amputation of a leg. The funeral was held Wednesday. Called to Hopkinton. THORNTON--Mrs. Jennie Heath and daughter, Mrs. Fred Langenbacher. were called to Hopkinton oy the serious illness of a relative. Mrs. Heath's sister, Mrs. Nellie Atwood of Eagle Grove came Wednesday and accompanied them. Arrive For Visit . OTRANTO--Mr. and Mrs. Woods and baby of DCS Moines, Issac Woods and son, Joe, and daughter, Millie, of Pella, arrived Teusday for a visit at the W. H. May home. Suffers Broken Bones. SEXTON--Joe Fraser was taken to the Kossuth hospital in Algona Saturday evening suffering with two broken bones in his foot. Returns to Work. Miss Naomi Lubiens returned Sunday evening to her work in dental laboratory at Cedar Rapids after a few days' visit with her par ents, Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Lubiens. Visit In Clinton. THORNTON -- Mi-, and Mrs. George Timm, John Hendrickson and Fred Timm visited in Clinton. The Timms- were married in Clinton some 50 years ago. Has Work in ChicaKO- POPEJOY--The Rev. Harold R. Hotchkiss, who assisted the local oastor with revival meetings at the Center church for two weeks, las gone to Chicago, where he will be employed the remainder of the summer. Visitor From Minneapolis. ROCK FALLS--Kcnnard Cook of Minneapolis, is visiting at the William Mailer home. Visitor From Seattle. HAN'LONTOWN--Miss Norma Brunsvold, who has taught in Seattle, Wash., for 6 years, is visiting here. She plans to return in September to resume her school work. Visitors From Wisconsin. GRAFTON--Mrs. Arnold Anderson and two sons of Springfield, Wis.. are visiting Mrs. Anderson's parents. Mr. and Mrs. John Bork, Sr. Leave for Raymond. OSAGE--Mrs. Charles Gardner and daughter, Louise, and great granddaughter, Marie Lind, left by car Wednesday to visit Mrs. Gardner's daughter and family, Mrs. Arthur Danforth in Raymond, S. Dak. The Gardner's had planned to leave early Monday morning but Mrs. Gardner was taken suddenly ill Sunday night. Her daughter, Mrs. Arthur Danforth, came immediately from Raymond, S. Dak., to be with her; Mrs. Gardner is much improved now. Visitors From Ottawa* WOMAN KILLED, ANOTHER HURT Accident Near Waterloo Is Caused When Car Tries to Pass Another. WATERLOO, July 11. (.·?--Miss Hazel Kelm, 32, Waterloo, was killed and Mrs. Lester Grimm, 27, Waterloo, suffered fractures of both shoulders and other injuries when ;he automobile in which they were t'iding sidcswiped another occupied }y Mrs. Grimm's husband and Jay Rigdon, Waterloo, on highway 63 north of Waterloo at 11 p. m. yesterday. Mrs. Grimm and Rigdon were driving the two cars. According to Dr. L. D. Jay, Waverly, Brcmcr county coroner, Mrs. Grimm tried to pass Rigdon. The Rigdon car left the road, struck light pole and turned half around in the ditch but did not overturn. The men did not knu,. for a time that the other car had been wrecked. Finally they followed its tracks 100 yards through a cornfield, over a ditch and up a six foot embankment, where it overturned. The women apparently had been thrown through the top. Miss Kelm was dead when found. Mrs. Grimm was brought to Allen Memorial hospital here. Dr. Jay said an inquest may be held today Or tomorrow, at, Denver Iowa, a mile north of the accident scene. Miss Kelm's body is in a funeral home there. Earlier in the evening Miss Kelm had been riding with Rigdon and Mrs. Grimm with her husband. The couples met at Denver. HUTCHINS Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Jesse and children of Ottawa, 111., returned home Monday after spending the past week at the R. Jesse home. Return From Minneapolis. RICEVILLE -- Sam Tyler an family returned from a week's va cation visiting Mr. Tyler's brother in Minneapolis. Sanford Tyler lef Tuesday for the training camp DCS Moincs. Paul Bunyan and Pauline The wedding of Paul Bunyan, patron saint ot woodsmen and legendary fi"ure of enormous strength nnd size, and Pauline w i l l he one nt the highlights in Hie pageant at the Bralncrd J'uul Bunyan exposition to he presented nightly .Inly 18. 10 and 20 at IJralncril. Minn. Piuil first inncts her lit a Fourth of July dtinon and is attracted l.v her Approval Is Awaited on Bids From Federal Highway Authorities. AMES, July 11. (JP--Letting of the contract for paving of 1.8 miles of highways 34 and 275 at the east approach into Council Bluffs today awaited approval by federal road authorities in Omaha. The low bid for the project, by which a new route eliminating rail crossings and sharp turns is being established, was submitted at the state highway commission letting here by J. S. McLaughlin and Sons of Des Moines. The figure was $48,557.74. Other low bids on North Iowa highway work included: Bituminous surfacing: Butler--11.5, Ross Construction company. Des Moines, $17,207.40. Maintenance bituminous surfacing: Hancock-Kossuth--11 miles, Hargrave Construction company, Cedar Rapids, 517,433.58. Hancock-Kossuth--6.7 miles--No bids received. Kosauth--One mile. No bids received. 4-H PICNIC WILL BE HELD JULY 24 Other 4-H Clubs in County Invited to Stacyville for Program. STACYVILLE, July 11.--The Peppy gang and Happy gang 4-H clubs under the leadership of Mrs. Ruby Rctterath and Mrs. Stella Barnes will sponsor a picnic and program Wednesday, July 2, at Mctawce park. A general invitation will be given to all the other 4-H clubs in Mitchell county to attend. The program is as follows: Running races in charge of Carmella Adams, Sylvina Durben, Rose Stuckoy, Elizabeth Simon; peanut race, Mildred May, Irene Hcman, Elizabeth Halbach, Irene Heimer; tug of war, Mildred Kinney, Margery Mctz, Marjorie Halbach, Eileen Barnes; balloon race, Kathleen Weber, Marion Gilles, Germaine Smith. Midrcd Koenigs; three legged race, Marie Stehn, Irene Hart- noil, Mary Ann Brumm, Agnes Heman; prizes will be given. Ice cold lemonade will be served during the clay by Misses Kathryn Kinney, Ei- zabcth Diedrich. Mary Rose Heim- jrman. In the afternoon a presents' tion of the Bohemian Girl with Mrs. N. J. Adams as pianist will be given. The cast includes Mildred Km- ney, Helen Simon, Carmella Adams, Irene Hartncll, Marie Stehn, Sylvina Durben, Leona Bartholmey and Rose Stuckey. Club Wans Social. BURCHINAL, July 11.--The Sun. shine Makers' club will have an lea cream social at the Burchinal hall Tuesday evening, July 16. Visitor From Illinois. DOWS--Mrs. Tillie Powell of Rockford, 111., is visiting her sister. Mrs. Maria Hoag. When Strangers meet I break the Ice FOR MONTHS I'VE WANTED TO MEET YOU.HAVE A LUCKY.TALK- ING'S so MUCH EASIER OVER A GOOD SMOKE. arnaaun V 4 ~^-_ «·*/ 2 ^t / $* ,·"· v WHEN STRANGERS MEET I BREAK THE !CE,l'M YOUR BEST FRIEND,! AM YOUR LUCKY STRIKE. ./ C-'i ,,- There are n© finer tobaccos than those in Luckies

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