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DECEMBER 6 1933 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE FIVE HALF MILLION FISH TRANSPLANTED IN LAKES, STREAMS MANY GIVEN TO WELFARE GROUPS Bauer's Report Shows Much Work Done in North Iowa by Commission. ORLEANS, Dec. 6. UP)--Although freezing weather and thin ice prevented much work of transplanting fish during- November, the fisheries department of the Iowa fish and game commission reported considerable progress with more than a half .million fish transplanted. The report of S. P. Baur of the Orleans hatchery, head of the fisheries work, shows that the largest Item for the month was tile removal of carp from Lake Cornelia, Lake Constantino, Lake Manawa, Clear Lake and Diamond Lake, totaling about 29,000 pounds. Buffalo and carp was sold for from 1 to 4 cents a pound, the price varying with the locality, in an amount necessary to defray expenses. Additional fish were donated to welfare groups in Osage, St. Ansgar, Charles City and Cass county. Given to Welfare Groups. From the Diamond Lake nursery, 23,500 five and one-half inch pike were placed in Spirit Lake and 20,000 of the same size in West Oko- fcojl lake. Twelve hundred adult hullheads were donated to welfare groups In Arnolds Park and Ktil- *ord. Inland rescue' given in the report 5s na follows: 500 adult bluegills from Lake View nursery to Gund's gravel pit; 30,000 minnows, 20 yearling bass and 100 adult crappics from Floyd county to Shellrock river; 63,000 bullheads and 7,000 sunfish from Cass county to East Nis'a- natrotna river; 500 five-inch pike 400 four-inch perch, and 50 smal mouthed bass from Cerro Gordo county to Clear Lake. Distribution of fish out of Sabula Included catfish, bass, crappies, bull heads, sunfish and pickerel placet in the Maquoketa and White Water rivers at Cascade, Bast Okohoj Lake, Lape Wapello at Bunch, Iowa river at Iowa City, Sabula sand pit Centerville city reservoir, Iowa rive at Coralvllle, Crane river at Lawler Hawkeye and Lourdes. Placed in Streams. Fish distribution from the Lansin^ nursery during November was year ling, fingerling and adult sunfish catfish, bass, crappies and pickere' The loads were taken to Lake Cor nella at Clarion, tipper Iowa rive at Chester, Cresco and Decorah Browns Lake at Salix; Wapsipinlcoi river at Jesup; Clear Lake; Llttl Cedar aV Osage'- "and Brownsville Iowa Lake at Dolliver; Birdland la goon at Des Moines; Storm Lake Corydon city reservoir; Crysta Lake at Chariton; and Lake Man awa at Council Bluffs. Spirit Lake was seined of 50,00 adult bullheads which were distrib uted to Pine Lake at Eldora; Nisi nabota river at Lewis; Raccoon riv er at Stuart; Middle river at Green : Held; Cottonwood Lake at Albia .the Lagoon at Jndlanola. ,*Algona Man Is Fined $100 on Liquor Count ALGONA, Dec. 6.--A fine of 5300 was imposed on John Steil of Algona on a charge of illegal possession of liquor by Judge J. C. Herald. Two hundred dollars of the fine was suspended and Steil was given 00 days to pay $100. According to officers, Steil had been held in connection with an investigation of the death of Verne Kleven, who was fatally burned on a farm near here. HERE AND THERE Â» * * Â» * * Â« Â» Â· Â« Â» * Â» Â» * Â» * Â» Miscellaneous Items From 125 Globe-Gazette Correspondents in North Iowa and Minnesota Mrs. Oalces Again President. ROCKWELL, Dec. 6.--The annual meeting of the Cathoic Ladies' gaiild was held Tuesday afternoon resulting in the re-election for another year of the president, Mrs. Margaret Oakes, as well as the other officers of the society. Park Project Completed. HANLONTOWN, Dec. 6.--A new concrete walk has been completed through the park. The work was done under the RFC plan. Daughter Is Born. ALEXANDER--Mr. and Mrs. ohn Schulte are the parents of a girl, born Dec. 1. Will Hold Bazar. CLARKSVILLE--The Ladies' aid f the Community church will icld a bazar and serve supper at he church dining hall Friday af- ernoon. Home From Hospital. ALLISON--F. H. Methfessel, who was seriousy injured when at- acked by a bull at his farm, and vas taken to the Waverly hospital returned to his home. He still suf- ers considerable pain and will be confined to his bed for some time. This was the second attack by the bull which won first at the Butler county fair last year. The animal las been sold. Guest From Chicago. ALEXANDER--M r s. Adriene Ilassen of Chicago came Tuesday to visit her friend, Miss Marie Pals. Are Pftrents of Daughter. CLARKSVILLE --- A daughter, lelena, was born to Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Wilcox Saturday. Strccumbs in Oregon. CLARKSVILLE--M r s. F r e d :rapp received news of the death and funeral of her brother Harley lalease, 54, at Forest Grove, Ore. A sister, Mrs. Josiab, Deeming of Sristow, and a brother, Howard of Greene, are among the survivors. Heturn to Minnesota. BANCROFT--Mr. and Mrs. Anton Bollig of Tracy, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Anton Beaver of Lake Benton. Minn,,-and Mrs. Martin Goche and son, Lawrence of Freeport, Minn., returned to their homes Saturday atter a visit at the William Goche and Mrs. George Hnrton homes. Itetuni From Kansas City. WESLUY--Mrs. R. B. Hopkins returned from Krnsas City where she spent several days on business the past week. Visitor From Bagley. MTCLTONVILLE--Harold Smith of Bagloy. Minn,, -visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clint Smith. Guest From Clinton. ARMSTRONG--Mr. and Mrs. Larry Howes and son of Clinton, spent a few days in the P. H. At- v/ood home. Honored at Party* ROCK FALLS--Mrs. Marvin Peterson was a guest of honor at a surprise party given at her home. Bridge was the evening's diversion with prizes goinp; to Geraldlne Edgar and Klmer Christiansen and consolation prize to Lucile Usher. Taken to Chicago. PLYMOUTH--Mrs. D. C. Molsberry who is ill was taken to Chicago by her daughter and son-in- law, Mr. and Mrs. J. Busby. Move lo llidjjcwn.y. R1DGEWAY--Dr. and Mrs. T. J. Egan and children moved Friday to the Jake Blitz house recently vacated by Ross Kirschman and children. Mr. and Mrs. Ole Simenson have moved to their new residence a quarter of a mile south oC here. Entertained at Nora Springs. FLOYD--The Wee club was entertained by one of the members, Mrs. Hnttie Chestnut, Nora Springs. Teacher Will Recuperate. CORWITH--Miss Esther Ladwig, third grade teacher, left Monday to spend a months' vacation at her home in Sumner. to recuperate from n recent operation. Mrs. James Muto will substitute during her absence. Kfiturn After Visits. ROCK FALLS--Miss Mary Jane Bliem returned to Iowa City after spending several days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Bliem. Miss Carolyn Wilkinson returned to Cedar Falls after being the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. V. Wilkinson. Itcturn to Studies. BURT--College students who returned to their studies were Dean Clapsaddle and Einer Morncss, Coe; Racmotd ICoestlcr and Clifford Schrader, I. S. T. C., at Cedar Falls, and Paul Kuethe, Jr., student at Drake university. YOUR IOWA An Interesting Fact Daily About the State You Are Proud to Call Your Own! Iowa's schools in many respects have come through the emergency better than many of the surrounding states, Secretary Charles F. Pye of the Iowa State Teachers association states. Visitors From Dakota. SEXTON--The Harvey Stevens family was surprised Sunday when the George Wermerson family of South Dakota, arrived. Mr. Wermer- son is a brother of Mrs. Stevens. Visitors From Chicago. MITCHELL--Mr. and Mrs. Lindsey Reynolds of Chicago have been calling on old friends here, this being his former home. Plan Social Kvening. STILSON--The Christian Endeavor will have their business meeting and social hour at the U. B. church Tuesday evening. Returns From Illinois. BANCROFT--Georgia Carmenn returned Monday from Rockford, 111., where she visited her sister, Mrs. Earl Elliot. Miss Carmeau teaches in the high school here. Visitor From Oklahoma. WESLEY--David Hickman of Welch, Okla., is here visiting his two sisters, Mrs. Ella Dolan and Mrs. Robert Welter. Return to Wtndom. MELTONVILLE--Mr. and Mrs. Sam Low of Wlndom Minn, visited Mr. and Mrs. .Fayc Thomas and family. Mrs. Thomas and Mrs. Low are sisters. They expected to return home Tuesday. Return to Ellsworth. ARMSTRONG--Mr. and Mrs. Bert Olsen and son returned to their home at Ellsworth after a few days visit with Mrs. Olsen's sister, Mrs. Able Erickson. Entertain nt Dinner. WHITTEMORE--Mr. and Mrs. John Uhlenhake entertained at ft dinner Sunday evening. After dinner bridge was played, Mrs. Tim O'Brien and Ray Oliver received high prizes and Mr. Murdine and Mrs. Rusch consolation prizes. Visitors From Des Moines. PLYMOUTH--Mrs. Claris Slial- kmburger and little daughter oÂ£ Des Moines are here visiting Mrs. Shallcnburger's father, Herman Helmei-. Return to Cedar Itupids. JOICE--Braham Abraham and son, Charles, and mother-in-law, returned Tuesday to their home in Cedar Rapids after visiting here. Mrs. Charles Abraham, Braham's mother, returned with them for a NAtUWAL OWNER S Call-- AsU About Our Hcntnl Fnrcha.so Finn Peoples Gas Electric Company brief vi.iit. Crow Crushing Rock. OTRANTO--The county has a crew of men crushing rock in the quarry on the A. B. Pope farm south of town. JSctiirn to Wilmar. HANLONTOWN--Mr. and Mrs. Ed Purcell oÂ£ Wilmar, Minn., returned Monday to their home following a visit here with relatives. A family reunion was held Sunday In the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Purcell at Fertile. Visits in Othumva. FERTILE--Mrs. C. N. Jorgenson left for Ottumwa to visit a brother and also conducted business. Move t-o Nora Springs. THORNTON--Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Miller, who moved here about a month ago from Chapin, are moving to Nora Springs, where Mr. Hiller will be employed in a garage. Jf0 ut Reception. COULTER--The Ladies aid society entertained Sunday afternoon at a reception for Mr. and Mrs. Soren Bertlcsen at the church parlors, honoring their golden wedding. One hundred and fifty were present. Slotlier Dies in Dakota. JOICE--Mrs. Joseph Larson has gone to Northwood, N. Dak. She received word that her mother, Mrs. Twinge, had died. Return From Sioux City. LUVERNE--Mr. and Mrs. H. H. j Phillips returned Monday afternoon | from Sioux City where they visited j his brother, Earnest and wife. I Will Serve Supper. ! HANLONTOWN--The local L. D. R. will .iponsor a supper at the Lutheran church parlors Saturday evening. A sale of fancy articles will be held. The local Ladies Airl will hold their last meeting this year Thursday afternoon. Election of officers will also take place. Home For Visit. LAKE MILLS--Miss Margaret Styve, who has been employed in Minneapolis all fall, has returned here for a visit with her parents, the G. B. L. Styves. Will Entertain Thursday. GORDONSVILLE, Minn. -- Mrs. Pearl Strate and Mrs. Harold Rabbe will entertain nil circles of the Ladies Aid at their home northeast of town on Thursday afternoon. Will IJve In California. COULTER--Mr. and Mrs. Henry Winthers atid family will leave Wednesday by auto for Ontario, Gal., to reside permanently. Mr. and Mrs. Winthers have always resided in this vicinity and were engaged in farming for a number of years. Will Have Program. S T I L S O N -- Boonc township, nchool district No. 7, will have a pic social and prh'e a program Ftlciay evening. Miss Esther Hunslcy in teacher. Visit in Minneapolis. ALEXANDER--Mr. and Mrs. Clay KHnefelter and daughter, Nelda left Monday for Minneapolis to visit her sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. Louie Groh. Honored nt Party. PROTIVIN--A party was given for Mr. and Mrs, Joe Kanblsliek, They moved on the Charles Krall farm. WIU Live With Mother. ALEXANDER--Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hansen who were married on Thanksgiving day at the Metho dist parsonage in Mason City, will live on the old home place with his mother, one mile, south of town. Will Compete In Declam. OSAGE--Participants for the local high school declamatory contest In January will be: Humorous, Candace Arserds, Billy Owen, Za- detta Stearns; oratorical, James Drew, George Knox, Arnold Warren; dramatic. Ruth Cordes, Flor once Owen, Helen Titus. Are Parents of Twine. RIDGEWAY--Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Lukas are the parents of twins, a boy and a girl, born at the Decorah hospital. Visit at Ames. POPEJOY--Mr. and Mrs. Harrj Bowman and Constance visited his father, Mr. Bowman at Ames KUC her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Adam Miller at Dana. Plans Bazar Wednesday. CORWITH--The Methodist Ladies aid will hold the annual bazar and supper at the church parlors Wednesday afternoon and evening Returns to Strawberry Point. FLOYD--Herbert Knowlton re turned to Strawberry Point after visiting his mother. Returns From Independence. MITCHELL--Miss Virginia Wai ters, who has been employed at tin state hospital at Independence the past three years, has returned to her home here. Return From South DaUotn. BURT--Mr. and Mrs. E. C. San derson and daughter, Ruby, re turned yesterday from a few days visit with relatives at Hudson an Canton. S. Dak. Visitor From Inwood. SEXTON--Mr. and lira. Everet Hodgen of Inwood spent the week end with relatives here and at Rudd Mrs. Hodgen was formerly Mis, Peavlc Stevens. Return From South Dakota. BURT--Mr. and "Mrs. G. C. Gtf dings and son, William, Hiram War and Mrs. Floss Shlpler retumc from Wessimjton Springs. S. Dak where they attended the funeral Mrs. Nellie Ward, a sister-in-law Mrs. Giddings and Mr. Ward. Visit nt Nevmln. PROTIVIN--Mr. and Mm. Ra Lukesh, daughter, Audrey on Henen Lukesh of Protivin, Mr. an Mrs. J. W. Katlerabek of Crosc motored to Nevada. Iowa, to vis with Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Horos. SENTENCED TO 5 YEARS IN PRISON Anderson Pleads Guilty to Embezzlement of Money at Belmond. CLARION, Dec. 6--Lyman Ander- ou for whom authorities have icen scorching since July 16 in con- ection with the theft of 5330 from a. Belmond grocery, was brought to Clarion yesterday by Sheriff R. E. Viison and pleaded guilty to a harge of embezzlement. Judge T. J. 3arfield sentenced him to five years n the state penitentiary. Anderson had been left in charge t the Parson's IGA store in Belmond for a week last July while the roprietor attended the World's 'air. At the close of the week, he eft town with the $330 he had col- eoted at the store during Parson's absence. A note to his wife, living lere, told her that he was taking 'arson's money and did not expect o return. He also has a. small child here. Wilson recently received word :hat Anderson was living- in Denver, but hnd been unable to arrest him through, the Denver police. Last veek Wilson went to Denver and, after waiting several days in a Denver postofficc, arrested Anderson Saturday as he entered the bulking to call for hia mail. CANNING CHAMPION 2 Bristow Residents Suffering Tularemia BRISTOW, Dec. 6.-Jesse Young youth, and Mrs. Harry Card Bns- ow, are .suffering from tularemia also known as rabbit disease, according to a report from Iowa University, Iowa City, received by a Jdmont physician. The reports from the blooti specimens were marked decidedly positive. Elena- Shoup, 20 year old girl from Rsinionu, Okla., was named as national 4-H club canning champion nt the Jntcrim- tlonul Livestock show In Uhl- c:s.go. In nine years sho canned G,312 pints ot fruits null fooils valued at SB76. (Associated Press photo.) John Paulson, Kiester Carpenter, Succumbs Suddenly at Age of 58 KIESTER, Paulson, 5S, Minn., Dec. 6.--John carpenter here for Hi. A. Downs Is Named Greene Club President GREENE, Dec. G.--The local ommerclal club met in the committee room of the public library Monday night and elected: President, H. V. Downs; vice president, E. T. Shekelton; secretary treasurer, Ray Swab. It was decided to hold two turkey days, Dec. 13 and one Dec. 20, during which turkeys will be given. The usual candy gifts to the children of the community will be given Saturday, Dae. 1G. 32 years, died suddenly while eating- his supper Momlay evening. With hi sbrother, Peter, he helped build muny of the town's buildings. He was single and is survived by his brother, Peter, and a sister in Minneapolis. He had been in poor health for more than six months. Masons to Hold School at Dumont for 2 Days. DUMONT, DÂ°c. 6.--Good Hope Masonic lodge 655 will hold a two day district school of instruction Dec. 7 and S at the local lodge hall, in charge of L. C. Poule, Charles City. He will be assisted by F. M. Soi-enson and Paul Ford, local district lecturers. The first session will open at 9 a. m. Thursday, with afternoon ami evening: sessions. Mrs. Haight Named Head of 0. E. S. at Northwood NORTHWOOD, Dec. 5.--Mrs. GW. Haight was elected worthy matron of Northern Light chapter ot tna Eastern Star order of North- WOCKI at the regular December meeting held Monday night. Other officers selected for 1931 were M. A. Hunter, worthy patron; Mrs. A. J. Hciny, associate matron; G. W Troth, associate patron; Miss Eleanor Kustad, conductress; Mrs Laurence Thompto, associate con diictreas; Mrs. A. F. Marshall, trea" surer; and Mrs. C. H. Dwcllc, aec rotary. Installation of officeru wil be held Monday evening, Jnn. 1. Keturn From Minneapolis. FHEDERICKSBURG--Mr. nm Mr/5. Henry Justeii, Mr. and Mrs Henry Drape and Mr. and Mrs. Leo Drape returned from ,1 several days visit in Minneapolis. Fair Association for Worth County Elects Douglass as President NORTHWOOD, Dec. 6.--Officers and directors for the ensuing year were named at the annual meeting of the Worth County Fair society held in the courthouse in Northwood Monday afternoon, H. H. Douglass, Northwood, being elected president; George Stoecker, Manly, vice president; R. T. Nelson, Northwood secretary, and W. R. Johnson, Northwood, treasurer, Township directors elected were David Davidson, Deer Creek; E. C. Flatness, Grove; Iver Ivcrson, Hartland; Lewie Horvei, Silver Lake; Roy Bergan, Bristol; A. T. Grosland, Brookficld; Arne Luckaeon, Kensett; R. M. Seater, Barton; S. J Furness, Fertile; Courtney Lawyer, Danville; Herman Backhaus, Lincoln; GUB Hehiselman, Union. SEESClNCE TO SELL IOWA CORN Senator Murphy Admits He Gets "Big Kick" Out of Repeal. DUBUQUE, Dec. 6. (.Tt--Senator Louis Murphy frankly lulmils that he gets a "big kick" out of repeal of the eighteenth amendment. But it's not the kick In the liquor that gives the senator satisfaction. It's the corn in the liquor. "Possibly it has escaped the attention oÂ£ our corn growers that in drafting the distillers' code, Secretary Henry Wallace inserted the requirement that whisky shall be jnade from corn. That was looking out for Iowa and saving for corn a market that otherwise would have gone to the interests importing Cuban blackstrap molasses for alcohol," the senator said, adding that "repeal means n new market fot 50 lo GO million bushels of corn, even No. 6 corn being acceptable." WOMAN'S DEATH IS ACCIDENTAL No Inquest Will Be Held in Mrs. Kellogg Shooting Near Emmetsburg. EMMETSBURG, Dec. 6.--No inquest was held in the death of Mrs. Walter Kellogg, US, who accidentally shot herself yesterday 14 miles northeast of Erametaburg. Coroner J. W. Woodbridge of Emmetsburg, atter a conference with the attending physician and County Attorney Arthur Smith, held that the death was accidental. A shotgun Mrs. Kellogg attempted to carry from the barn, where she had been helping her husband with th farm chores, to the house, discharged, the shot striking her beneath the eye and passing through her head. Kellogg hac 1 been in the habit of taking the gun each morning to shoot rabbits when he went after his cattle and had placed the oapon in the stable. When his wife finished helping in the barn, she reached for the weapon to return it to the house and the tragedy occurred. Last year the Kellogfgs lost their home and possessions in a fire on their farm. Clemme Cafe Is Sold to Osheim of Forest City KLEMME, Dec. 0.--Mrs. C. W. Wiles, who has been running the Wiles-West cafe here sold out to Helmar Osheim of Forest City. Miss Gladys Bridges, who assisted with this work, will be retained to help in the Oahcim cate. Mrs WHea will visit her mother 0.1 Boone betore going to Des Moinc: to make nor home. Billiard Parlor Bought at Rockwell by Roede ROCKWELL, Dec. 0.--Edward 'I Roedcr has purchased the Norma F. Wheeler billiard hall and lia taken possession. Mr. Wheeler ex jectfl to join his wife in resldcnci at Coffeyville, Kansas. !hickasaw and Wright County Veterinarians Appointed by Murray DES MOINES, Dec. 0. /T--See- :tary of Agriculture Ray Murray esterday annoimced the appoint- nent of four veterinarians la the ivlslon oC animal husbandry. The ppointees are Dr. A. H. Qulnn, Preston, for Union county; Dr. R. 2. Ripple, New Hampton, Chicka- aw, Dr. Ruasell S. Bealer, Harlan, ^hclby; and Dr. B. E. McCullocli, Eagle Grove, Wright. For Mrs. Zipse Held at New Hampton NEW HAMPTON, Dec. 6.--Fu- eral services were held this after- loon for Mrs. Arthur V. Zlpse, 3S, vho died at her home in New Hamp- on township, Monday morning, fol- owing a four months' illness. Rites were in the Congregational cburch, the Rev. W. D. Splker officiating. Surviving are her hvralmnd, threo daughters, Hazel, Marian and Shirley Ann. Zlpse, ono non, Harold, all at home; her parents, ilr. uad Mm. Herbert Cutsfortti, New Hampton; one slater, Mrs. Otto Helselmnn, New Hampton; five brothers^ Arthur Cutsforth, Lawler; Henry Cutsforth, William Cutsforth, Harry Cutsforth, Clarence Cutsforth of New Hampton. Guests From Rapids. PHOTIVIN--Mrs. Dan Ktnny and family of Cedar Rapids vdaltcij her parents, Mrs. John Skoda. YOUR nerves? Are jangled nerves making you a grouch? You are really another person when you are suffering from jangled nerves... You sn ap out sharp comments, make unreasonable criticisms that sting. Of course, you arc sorry later--but you may have alienated your family, a loyal employee, or a good friend... Watch your nerves. Get your full amount of sleep every night. Eat regularly and sensibly. Find time for recreation. And smoke Camels ... for Camel's costlier tobaccos never get on your nerves. COSTLIER TOBACCOS Camels are made from finer, MORE EXPENSIVE tobaccos than any other popular brand of cigarettes 1 THEY NEVER GET ON YOUR NERVES'