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February 5, 1931

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 14

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OFFICIAL WARNS AGAINST BORER Infected Areas Reported i Hancock and Kossuth State Parks. DES MOINES, Feb. 5: UP-Warning against a beetle which ha been found destroying trees in var ous areas of 'the state has bee .issued by Mrs. Henry Frankel o the state board of conservation. The exact nature of. the specie has not yet been determined. It lay its eggs in the back crevices, usual ly of black or red oaks, and from these eggs emerge borers which eat their way across the growing surface, eventually girdling the tree . and killing it. The adult beetle emerges in the spring and carries on the work of propagating- the pest Prof. F. A. MacDonald of the Iowa State college forestry division; has advised the cutting of the infected trees and also stunted trees that'might easily be killed by an attack of the pests. Infected areas have been found at Woodman- Hollow in Webster county, Pilot Knob state park in Hancock county, Silver Lake state park, near Delhi in Delaware county, Palisades-Kepler state park in 2,800 ATTEND IOWA FARM AND HOME WEEK SESSIONS DAIRY AND BEEF * CATTLE STUDIED AWAITS HANGING In Associated Piess Photo the Iowa prison at Fort Madison, where he once worked as a dentist, Dr. Fred VVood- inansec, DCS IMoincs, awaits execution for murder of his friend, W. P. Knap, Des Moines manufacturer, during a party in December, 1029. Woodmansee is sentenced to die April 17. Linn, county and Ambrose A. Call state park in Kossuth county. Private areas adjacent to these parks have also been found to be infected Killing of Former Lake Mills Resident'Results in Comment by Larry Ho LAKE MILLS, Feb. 5.--The accidental death of Luverne Martin, St. Paul, former local resident who was Buried here and who was killed by a hit and run driver, .has resulted in the following 1 comment from Larry Ho, former mayor of St. Paul: · . ' ' "If it be true that there is a conscience ;hidden somewhere in all men, there is one man in (.his town vho will spend a lot of very uncom- "ortable nights. A few days ago his unknown man knocked a citi- :en down with his automobile, ragged him a half a block, got ut and untangled the body from is car and drove away, leaving his ictim unconscious on the ground. : seems incredible that in this day nere should be such brutal callous- ess in any being." H E R E A N D T H E R E * » . . » . * · ·» » * * , * * » ' * . « * *, * * Miscellaneous Items From 100 Globe-Gazette Correspondents in North Iowa and Minnesota To paraphrase an old one, an anpty cab drove up to the conven- .oa hall and Professor Dewey's bird party got out.--Detroit News. Comes From Algona. CORWTTH--Miss Elizabeth Met- tllle, who is nursing at Algona, spent Tuesday at home. Small Daughter Is III. CORWITH--Gloria, 4 months old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ear] Francis; is ill with an attack of pneumonia. Woman's Club Meets. GARNER.--The Woman's club met in the American Legion hall Tuesday night with Mrs. G. A. Bemis, vice president, presiding. Mrs. Fern Katter had charge of the program "local history." Go to Auto Show. KENSETT-^Mr. and Mrs. Carl Arendts .went to Minneapolis to visit friends and attend an auto show there. Attend Boom Funeral . MARBLE ROCK--Mrs. Magrgi Boom, Clifton Boom, Mr. and Mrs Will Boom and Mrs. Elizabeth Boom Oeser attended the funeral' o Mrs.'John Boom at Dumont Mon day. Missionary Society Meets, RUDD--The Wesleyan missionary society met Tuesday afternoon a the Fred Walbaum home. Are Parents of Son. WESLEY--Mr. and Mrs. Henr Bode are the parents of a boy borr Monday at the Kossuth county hos pttal. Goes to Convention. GOODELL Harry Newgard manager of - the Woodford Wheele Lumber company, went to De Moines to attend a lumberman' convention. Father Seriously III. BANCROFT--G. H. Doyle is'seri ously ill at his home. His daughter Mary, who teaches at Prairie dv Sac, Wis., and son Harold of Yank ton, S. Dak., arrived Tuesday to at his bedside. He is suffering from cancer oJ the stomach. Comes From Austin. OTRANTO--Mrs. McClellan n! Austin is a guest at the H. B. Dockstader'home. \ Will Work in Bank. HANLONTOWN --v Carl Lewis, vho has been in the oil business in Kensett, has taken employment with the Kensett bank to fill the vacancy of Mr. Nerby, who will begin his duties in the Forest Cjty bank the middle of February, Mr. Lewis and daughter, -Mai\y, will move into the rooms over the bank. Attend Guild Meeting. FLOYD--Mrs. Dennis Holland and Mrs. Peter Halbath attended a meeting of the Sacred Heart guild at Charles City Wednesday afternoon. TUTTLE RITfiS HELD OSAGE, Feb. 5--Mrs; F. May luttle, bird student and newspaper writer, was buried here yesterday afternoon, following services in the. Baptist church. The Kcv. John D. Kern was in charge of the services. YOUR IOWA One Interesting Fact Every Duv About the State Vou Are Proud to Call Vour - Own! The Iowa Capitol was, completed July 4, 1886, after 15 years of work at a cost of 53,298,256. It'is situated on a 93 acre tract of land. A February . \ ' Feature SILK CREPE DRESSES all over prints andplain shades 6 .These are new dresses ... fast arrive3 at the time you want one most! Gay prints, bright Aides and practical "all-time" colon .. . flat «ircpc and canton crepe. Trimmings of contrasting color, double ileeve*, wide, flaring cuffs, soft tied and draped necklinei... tuch new details assure you of tmartness that will , «rry you through the Spring] Com* in ... you will find the low price « refreshing u the sprightly new styles. Sizes for women, misses »nd juniors. J. C. PENNEY CO., INC., 20-24 South Federal Ave. Two Attend Party. FLOYD--Mrs. Peter Halbach and daughter, Dorothy, attended a party at Charles City Tuesday evening Buys Mesrcvey House. MESERVEY--C. F. Ralston has iought the S. Hulsebus property on tfain street and expects to occupy t soon. Will Enter County Contest. MARBLE ROCK--Paul Thieman n the oratorical class, Wiarda, dramatic and Robert Scott, humorous, vho won second in the home de- ilamatory contest, .will enter the iounty contest at Rudd, Feb. 10. B. N. A. Holds Meeting. .RUDD-^The Royal Neighbors met Tuesday night in- regular business "ession. . .Go to Illinois. RUDD--Frank Wagner and Will jtiles went to-Illinois Tuesday. Mr. Wagner was called there because of the illness of his brother. Is Now in Cleveland. WESLEY--Mrs. R. D. Hopkins is n Cleveland visiting at the George HcKeon home. She will visit Mrs. R u t h B. Kunz at Madison and Dr. ".ntl Mrs. John F. Smith, in Chicago before her return. Has Position In Jolict. TITONKA--Miss Estelle Bonacker, -who spent the past year at Titonka with her mother after fin^- ishing a nurses training course in Chicago, has gone to Joliat, HI., where she has a position in a large hospital. Return to Klemme.^ - KLEMME--Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Carpenter returned Wednesday from Los Angeles because of _ unemployment where they spent nearly a year. They, with a company of 30,000, had been out of work since Christmas, they said. Is Guest From Northwood. NORA SPRINGS--Mrs. P. L. Johnson of Northwood is a guest this week at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Claude Tatum. Visits ut Oelmond. BELMOND--Miss Francis Anderson of Knoxville is spending a couple of months at her home in Belmond with her father, Henry Anderson. , Are Guests at Luverne. LUVERNE--Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Crawley and daughter, Phyllis, Le Mars, were guests at the Dr. A. J Easan home. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Streiff, New Glarus, Wis., and Mr and Mrs. Albert Shindler, Juda Wis., are guests at the Henry Kub. ly and Edwin Marty homes. Shipping- Association Meets. LATIMER--The Latimer Shipping association held a business meeting in the office o£ the Latimer Co-operative - creamery Tuesday afternoon. Receives Trucking Contract. TITONKA--W. H. Ricklefs returned Tuesday from Cedar Rapids where he received a contract from the Collins Farms company to do trucking for them for their farms in Kossuth and Winnebago counties. Clarion Court is Adjourned. CLARION -- Judge Clock adjourned district court Wednesday until Monday morning when the petit jury will report for duty, the grand jury having- been in session since Monday and are still in session but ag yet has made no report. Optimistic Club Entertained. NORA SPRINGS--Mrs. John Bumgardner entertained the Opti mistic club Wednesday afternoon Mrs. Frank Kraupa and Mrs. Matt Lenhart assisted in serving a two course lunch. , Three Go to/Uochester. BELMQND--W. W. Goetz, accompanied by his cousin, Charles Goetz of Round Up, Mont., went to Rochester, Minn., on Wednesday to consult medical authorities in regard to his health. C. O. Fitts took them to Rochester in his auto. Visits Hospital Patient. CORWITH--Mrs. S. L. Thompson went to Mason City Tuesday where her niece, Miss Edith Wilson, underwent an operation for mastoid at the Mercy hospital. Come From Mott, GARNER--Mr. and Mrs. Herb Wood arrived home, having spent four months with their daughter, Mrs. Hollis Thorp and family at Mott, N. Dak. | Former Resident ( Visits. i KENSETT--Bert Clark of DCS i Moines came^ Tuesday-for a business and pleasure trip. Mr. Clark formerly lived in Kensett and still owns his farm east of here. *· Recovers at Hospital. MARBLE ROCIC--The Rev. and Mrs.-George Foster and Mrs. Leo Wood visited Ira Pierce at a Mason City- hospital Tuesday. Mr. Pierce is recovering- from an appendicitis operation. ! Clmpter to Gather Clothing. I RUDD--The Rudd branch of the ' Floyd county chapter of Red Cross is asking for clothing, for drought sufferers. Any one who has something to donate should notify Mrs. Mike Kalen. , Is Again in Wesley. WESLEY--Miss- Katie Eden who commenced a course in nurses training Jan. 1 at the Algona hospital, returned home owing to the closing of the hospital. Daughter Is Born. GOODELL--Mr. and Mrs. Milford Westre are the parents of a baby girl. Mr. Westre formerly owned the garage here. Since leaving here he bought a garage at Thor. Assists at Manly. HANLONTOWN--M. Q. Hall is assisting with the work at Manly state bank beginning his duties Tuesday morning. Go'to Kudd. FLOYD--Mrs. Chet Demavay, Mrs. Clair Belville'and Mrs. Snodgrass visited at Rudd Wednesday. Visit in Des Moines. LATIMER--Louie Fahrmann and Fred Becknese motored to Des VIoines for a visit with the latter's Tiother, Mrs. Becknese and sister. Mrs. Jesse Geil. Buildings Sold at Auction. '' GARNER--Four- large buildings n fair condition sold at auction to our bidders for ?300. The buildings, used for a garage, machine storage ', and a produce house, are on the site · "or the new creamery building and will be moved March 1. Coniei From St'v Ansgar. MARBLE ROCK^--Supt. and Mrs. S. F. Risse of St. Ansgar visited here. ' ' : ' ' · '· Mrs. Bishop Improves. RUDD -- Mrs. Gladys Bishop is now able to be up. Taken to Hospital. GARNER -- E. ,M. Wellraeycr went to the hospital at Iowa City for treatment Monday. Club Entertains at Cards. CLARKSVILLE--The U. and I. :lub entertained at an.evening par- y at the Roy Smith home. Twenty- five guests were present. Cards provided entertainment. Jacob Nisscn Is HI. MESERVEY -- Jacob Nissen is critically ill at his home here witti an attack of pneumonia. He is nearly 77 years of age. Submits to Operation. MARBLE ROCK--Mrs. Andrew Carney submitted to an appendicitis operation at Cedar Valley hospital, Charles City Wednesday morning. Goe to Chicago. RUDD--John Loterbour went to Chicago with .a load of .cattle and a load of'hogs. He will visit his mother in Wisconsin before his return. Are in Hospital. WESLEY--Mat Erdmann is confined to a hospital at Algona where he underwent an operation for hernia. Joe Gorman is also confined in the same hospital, recuperating from the removal of his appendix. Visit in Austin. PLYMOUTH--Mr. and Mrs. H. V. Wilkinson, Mr. arid Mrs. George Chesebro and Miss Lulu Towne have gone to Austin, Minn., to visit. Keturn to Wesley. WESLEY--Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Meurer have returned home from Ollie where they were called owing to the serious illness of her father, Peter Brass. Mrs. Geibel Hostess. STTLSON--The U. B. Ladies Missionary society met at the home of Mrs. Joe Geibel Tuesday afternoon. Are in Grundy Center. GOODELL--Mr. and Mrs. G. O. Vance and Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Anderson were at Grundy Center Wednesday. Arc From Fort Dodge. HANLONTOWN -- Mr. and Mrs. Frank I^'nn and two children of Ft. Dodge have been guests in the Rev. and Mrs. James Miller home. Mr. Lynn and Mrs. Miller are brother and sister. Rc^irns From Illinois. BANCROFT--Mrs. G. .Carmean returned Monday from Rockford, 111., after a 10 day visit at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Earl Elliott. , Is From Strawberry Point. ROCK FALLS--Ted Brome has Vrived home from a few days visit with his parents at Strawberry Point. Will Hold Services. HANLONTOWN -- There will be Norwegian services Sunday afternoon by the Rev. H. E. Okland. The hour is 2:30 o'clock. Leave for Chicago. BANCROFT--Reuben Olson anfl Sam FaiiRiist of East Chain left for Chicago for seyora] days visit wit!) friends. RITES HELD FOR MRS, FROMBACH Resident Near Whittemere Is Survived by Two Sons, Husband. WHITTEMORE, Feb. 5.--Funeral services for Mrs. Henry Frombach, who died Tuesday after along Illness were held at the home east of town this afternoon. The Rev. N. L. Hotchkiss, pastor of the Methodist church, officiated. Rebecca Finnell was born at Victor about 50 years ago, coming to Whittemore when a small child. She was married to Henry Frombach at Emmetsb.urg. Beside her husband she leaves two sons, Harold and Walter, one sister, Mrs. Frank Seely, Whittemore, and four brothers, Robert Finnell, Whittemore; I. M. Finnell, Algona.; Charles Finnell, Lake Geneva, Wis, and Clarence Finnel, Colo. Nashua Play Is Postponed. NASHUA, Feb. 5.--The four act comedy under the direction of Billy Topp, which was scheduled for, January .for the benefit of the American Legion, was postponed on account of illness of some of the cast. It will be presented at the opera house, Feb.* 17. m an BLACK Arzng Now--New Arrives, rich in detail but subdued in color, the black shoe is Fashion's choice. And Queen Quality interprets the mode with the smart black shoe of gracious lines and classic simplicity--be it kidskin or fabric or in some clever combination. The models shown here are ?6.50. There are many other new arrivals equally attractive. AAA to C. ECONOMY BASEMENT MANY, MANY STYLES NEW PRINT SHADES ,, AMAZINGLY GOOD VALUES! ANOTHER IF YOURS FADES. 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