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December 7, 1933

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 5

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DECEMBER 7 1933 flIASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE FIVE NORTH PART OF STATE LEADING IN CORN LOANS GRANTED MACHINERY FOR IOWA SPEEDS UP Total Is Passing M i l l i o n Mark; More Seals to Be Distributed. The northern part of Iowa was leading the atate in the total of loans on corn issued by the government and headquarters in various counties indicated applications were on file and that the total granted each day would likely show substantial increases. The total loans HERE AND T H E R E » ,, » * * * » * * » « * * * * * * * Miscellaneous Hems From 125 Globe-Gazette Correspondents in North Iowa and Minnesota issued in the state amounted to $358,227 Wednesday and many were being made Thursday. Nearly a million dollars had been paid out in loans in Iowa in 73 counties, including nearly all of those in North Iowa up to Wednesday and it was expected this mark would be passed Thursday. The speed with which loans can be issued has been hampered in some places as complete organization details are being finished. A carload of seals had been ordered and 3,000 were expected to be ready Friday for distribution, according to the department of agriculture officials. North Iowa Listed. Com loans, including; reports of Wednesday made in North Iowa, totaled Bremer, GiO; Butler, 32,248; Cerro Gordo, 55,718; Chickasaw, 54,549.90; Clay, $20,478.50 Emmet, 55,706; Floyd, 59,933.38; Franklin, 55,150; Hancock, $15,875.53; Hardin, $19,370.70; Humboldt, SG,D5-1; Kossuth, 521,340; Mitchell, $-1,720; Palo Alto, $22,201.65; Pocahontas, ?14,340; Winnebago, $8.179.20; Worth, $3,565; Wright, $14,545. Made In Hancock. Corn loans made Wednesday in Hancock ' county went to T. J. Murray, Crystal Lake, on three cribs of No. 3 yellow totaling 2,876 bushels, the loan totaling $1,294.20, and to Verner Haberkamp, Garner, 1,100 bushels of No. 3 mixed corn with a loan for i?49S. Sealers for the corn loan applications for Hancock county who will have charge of townships are Ray Higdon, Britt, Bingham, Crystal Orthel and Britt; Ernest Bonar of Forest City, Madiaon, Ellington Garfield and Concord; John Mitllins of Corwith, Boone, Erin and Liber ty, Ed Hauptman of Corwith, Mag or and Amsterdam; Fred Knutson of jKanawha, Ell, Twin Lake and . A.very. ' ' · '·;:. .-.- . . . ·"'"·" Seven- government corn loan ·we're recorded"' in Butler · county Wednesday, bringing the total t KocUwell Speakers Heard. R O C K F O R D--The December meeting of the American Legion was held in the Legion hall Monday evening. J. V. Cahill and Dr. Wilson of Rockwell were the speakers of the evening speaking on post activities. Christmas Party Held. HAMPTON--The Loyal Daughters class of the Church .of Christ, ivas entertained at the annual Christmas party at the home of Mrs. C. M. Saylor. A large attendance ivas reported, the feature of the evening was the. exchange of presents. The following were elected: Mrs. W. W. Shroyer, president, Mrs. F. M. Kline, vice president: Mrs. C. Schumaker, secretary; Mrs. Guy Mock, treasurer. Annual Carnival Friday. BELMOND--The annual winter ball and carnival, sponsored by the local fire company, will be given at the Odd Fellow hall Friday evening. An extensive ticket drive has been sponsored by the company the past few weeks. Entertain ivt Clarion. CLARION--Mr, and Mrs. J. K. YOUR IOWA An Interesting Fact Daily About the State Vou Are Proud to Call Your Own! Forty-one motorboats and 1,249 rowboats were inspected and licensed during the last boating season in Iowa, figures released by the state board of conservation show. The motorboats were licensed for use in carrying pay passengers. Visit In Missouri. RUDD--Mr. and Mrs. Pfubert Hilton entertained their bridge club with a dinner, Mrs. J. K. Hilton was hostess to her bridge club Tuesday at a 1 o'clock luncheon. High score award was won by Mrs. F. H. Oshlo. Mrs. Ityner Vice President. RUDD- met Wednesday afternoon at the ome of. Mrs. Edna Clay. Mrs. Nellie Clarke who moved to Charles City, esigned as vice president and Mrs. lamie Ryner is now vice president, hundred dollar note was The one burned. -The M. E. W. F, M. S. Tombleson have gone to Mansfield, Mo., to visit several weeks with his parents. Daughter Is Born. NEW HAMPTON--Born to Mr. and Mrs. Paul Detmer, a daughter, Dec. 5. Leaves for Mooseheart. OSAGE--Miss Hattie Colby, a former teacher in Mitchell county, left Wednesday evening, for a position aa house mother at the Mooseheart lodge orphanage near Aurora, 111. Miss Colby will have charge of one of the cottages which house the boys and girls. 89th Birthday Observed. CARPENTER--A few women gathered at the home of Mrs. Larsen and helped her celebrate her eighty-ninth birthday. Mrs. Larsen is an invalid and has been confined to her bed the past 30 years. were as follows: Henry en. They Sherman, Sherman, Keslcy, $121.50; Keslcy, $360; Henry Henry Entertain ut Dinner. CORWITH--Roast coon was Return to Illinois. DOUGHERTY--Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Ryan of Ransom, 111., left for home after spending two weeks at the William Reid home. Visitor From Canada. CLARKSVILLE -- M r s . M i n r a Jones of Nanton, Canada, spent last week with her cousin, O. E. Sutcliff and family, who took her to Mason City to visit in the Will Reed home before returning' home. Entertains for Husband. BRISTOW--Mrs. Robert H. Stewart entertained a family group of 24 persons at supper on Monday evening in honor of her husband's seventieth birthday. Iloturn From Chicago. PORTLAND--Mrs. N. S. Krapp and daughters, Loretta and Cecelia returned Sunday from a few days' visit in Chicago. leaves for Hospital. DOUGHERTY--Lawrence Knoll left Friday for the hospital to receive treatments. He is a son of Mr. and Mrs. F. Knoll, south of town. Guests In Krupp Home, PORTLAND--Mr. and Mrs. John Paultis and two song of Nora Springs, Mr. and Mrs. Philip Paulus and daughter of Nora Springs, Paul Krapp of Pringree, N. Dak., and Clifford Mott of Mason City were guests in the N. S. Krapp home. Participate in Piny. ROCKFORD--The drama department of the Rockford Woman's club met at the home of Mrs. Maye Leighs Tuesday evening. A walking rehearsal of the play "Of Thee I NONE BLAMED IN DEATH OF YOUTH Coroner's Jury at Algona Says Boy Was Burned on Steil Farm. ALGONA, Dec. 7.--No one was blamed for the death of Verne Kleven, transient cornpicker, In a report yesterday by the coroner's jury, after investigating the case many days. CAPTURE ROOSEVELT TROPHIES The verdict was that "the said Verne Kleven came to his death, caused by severe burns through the accidental exploding of a lamp on Nov. 23, 1333, at the farm occupied by John Steil, 5 miles north of Algona. He died Nov. 23." The coroner's jury stated that the death was not feloniously caused. Steil was fined $300 on a liquor charge in district court, $200 of which was suspended . the B. Bruns and Henry Sherman. Kesey' $360; Henry Bruns and Henry Sherman, Axistinville, $247.50; Henry Sherman, Aplington, $81, all sealed by George Faint; J. W. Richards, Shell Rock, J133; W. H. Anner and Charles Gisler, VVaverly, $603, last two sealed by Emil Wedeking. Five bore Chickasaw county farmers borrowed money Tuesday on their corn. They were: John J. Fitzgerald, Alta Vista, $201.60; Aaron VanDeMaat, Alta Vista $234; Alfred Mueller, Fredericksburg, 5504, $360 and $146.50; Herman $1,260; Wuttke, Fredericksburg Alfred Schwickerath, New. Hampton, $225. . TRADE HOME'S ^^ h K! ^ ^MiM'^i^ V n r i s i in as Dollar Sale Friday and Saturday! .00 MEN'S LEATHER SOLE Imagine buying a genuine H A N D TURNED SOLID LEATHER SOLE-for only $1.00. No man would Iielicve this sooi looking slipper cost so little. A practical ffift. Sizes tor men and boys, G to II, Men's, Women's, Boy's Sheep Skin SUPPERS v A larce selection exceptionally made purses --complete with accessories--mirrors, cigarette c a s e s , memo pads, etc. Children's Bunny Slippers 59c Women's and Growing Girls' All Rubber Overshoes rirsl quality t t f p r lined, B-Jinnp *lyT» in M n r t t or lirnivn to III nil MyEu liccU perfectly- These spats are unusual at 51 because they are LEATHER BOUND and because tlicy are made of an extra heavy quality felt. Every pair packed in a. smart Xmas lini with button hook included. main dish at a stag dinner Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs. Anna Oxley. John Sharpnack trapped the raccoon on the Des Moines river. Born at Buffalo Center. BUFFALO CENTER--A BOH was jorn to Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Woodcock Tuesday night. This is their second child. A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Henry Davis, living northeast o£ town Sunday night. Daughter Is Born. BANCROFT--Mr. and Mrs. Albert Deitering have a daughter, uorn Tuesday at their home. This is the third child in the family. Entertains Aid Society. KENSETT--Mrs. John Hearth, west of Keiisctt entertained members ol the M. B. Ladies Aid society at her home Wednesday afternoon. Will Movo to Hampton. DUMONT--A good sized crowd attended the closing out sale at the O - H. Minnier farm Tuesday afternoon. Things sold at a fair price. Mr. Minnier, 73, who has heen quite ill with heart trouble, was slightly better. Mr. and Mrs. Minnier plan to move to Hampton the first of February. To Bo Held Saturday. CRYSTAL, LAKE--The annual Methodist bazar and supper will be held Saturday in the church basement. ·75 Attend Sleeting- CRYSTAL LAKE--The American Legion auxiliary met in the hall Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. Bm- mett McFarland and Mrs. Clifford Stewart as hostesses. Lunch was served to about 75 persons. Will Entertain Families. GARNER--Mrs. C. H. Tompkins, whose birthday was Wednesday, Mrs F. F.. Blackstone, Thursday and'Mrs. J. R. Bagga whose birthday will he Friday will entertain their families at a dinner at the home of Mrs. Baggs Friday evening. 150 at Ke.-i.tir. WH1TTEMORB--The Methodist Ladies Aid held Its bazar in tre academy hall Tuesday afternoon nd evening. It was well attended. About 150 were served. Girls Guild Meets. SWAL1SDALK--The Girls guild met Wednesday afternoon w6'h Mrs Charles Crabb as leader, Marvel Baker and Joy Casper, hostesses. Repair Work Started. BANCROFT--The fire department put out a fire in the F. J. Welp beer joint on West Mam tsrcct The origin of the fire is unknown and all of the fixtures were lined. The loss was covered by insurance. Men started at work Tuesday afternoon repairing it.- Robert Moore Speaks. THORNTON--A meeting of the Farmers Union held in the Thornton theater was well attended. Robert Moore, state secretary- treasurer of the organization spoke on problems of the farmer. William Prillipp was chairman of the meeting- Arc Given Hoiiscwarnimg. GLENVILLE, Minn.--About 40 friends and neighbors gave Mr. and Mrs. Ben Miller and f a m i l y n housewarming Tuesday evening. They moved here recently from Gordonsville. Mr. Miller is cashier of the Citizens bank here. Former Pastor III. GREENE -- Word was received here that the Rev. J. F. Burton of Lena, III., former pastor of the Church o£ the Brethren at Greene, became suddenly Ul while conducting a revival meeting at Garrison, and was taken to a hospital at Freeport, III., where he submitted to an operation. He is very low. Attend Rites In Wells. CRYSTAL LAKE--Mr. and Mrs. .Tun! Hanson and family attende/ the funeral of Delmar Huhbard Wednesday at his home in Wells, Minn. Mr. Hubuard, a brother of Mrs. Hanson, was found dead In his car Friday evening. Mr. Hubbard was a former resident of this community. Sing" under the direction of Mrs. Burr Michell was presented with the following cast, Mrs. A. W. Dunkelberg, Mrs. G. H. Galvin, Mrs. J. D. Gulick, Mrs. B. J. Trumbull, Mrs. Anna Wyatt, Mrs. Ted Krukow, Mrs. Margaret Sayre, Mrs. Earl Lorenz, R'Jth and Bernadine Webster, Myrtle Smith, and Lillia Woelfer. Mrs. Anderson Dies at Lyle; Funeral Service Is Conducted at Home LYLE, Minn., Dec. 7.--Mrs. I. I. Anderson died Sunday morning: at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Lawrence Lewison at Adams where sho had been confined to her bed for several weeks. Mrs. Anderson had been suffering from anemia and dropsy about four years. Mrs. Anderson is survived by her husband Ingebrict Anderson, one daughter, Mrs. Emma Lewison and one son, Nordahl of Brainerd, Minn,, four grandchildren, six brothers and one sister, besides her aged mother. The funeral was held Thursday at her home east of town and at the Six Mile Grove church, the Rev. O. M. Langehough officiating. Kust Singers Heard. G E N E V A--The Rust Jubilee Singers from Holly Springs, Miss., pleased an audience here. BELMOND VOTES $16,000 BONDS Issue for Water Treatment Plant Carries by Vote of 528 to 81. BELMOND, Dec. 7.--Citizens oC Be!mon r : voted in favor of a $16,000 bond issue to be let by the town council for the construction o£ a water treatment plant at a special election yesterday. Five hundred twenty eight votes were cast In fa* \ir of the project, 81 against and six ballots were spoiled. Turkeys imil housework were the 4-H projects completed by Marcus Teeter, Jr.. of Granada, Minn., nml Lillian Murphy of Bremen, Ind., to give them the. achievement championships for hoys and girls of the nation's 4-H chilis. They are shown at the International Htocls show In Chicago with their trophies, given by President Uoosevelt. (Associated Press Photo). Garner Woman's Club Hears Local Players GARNER, Dec. 7.--The first ol the larger Christmas functions of the season was "Husband's Night" by the Woman's club Tuesday night with some 200 in attendance. A sextet of high school girls sang Christmas songs, a one act play was given by girl scouts, a musical number was presented witli Mrs. Mertz at the piano and her (laughter, Kathleen playing the bells. The feature was "Just a Suggestion," given by St. John's players of Mason City. The cast included Ruth Fisher, Cicely Hinton, Kath- rynnc Trissel, Mary Sherman and Millicent Marsh, directed by Miss Trissel of the Drama Shop. Itnvau on National Group. IOWA CITY, Dec. 7.--Everet F. Lindquist, faculty member of the University of Iowa's education college, has been appointed to a national committee on outlook in education. Rites Will Be Friday for Johnson, Resident of Floyd Many Yeava FLOYD, Dec. 7.--Funeral services for Charles W. Johnson, 72. who died yesterday, will be held at Lindaman's funeral home, Charles City, Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock, the Rev. Alfred Chrlstensen officiating with burial in Oakwood cemetery. Mr. Johnson, born in Sheboygan, Wis., came to Floyd when ho was 3, and lived in Floyd and Charles City since. Surviving Mr. Johnson are hia ivii'e, Maggie Johnson, four sons and one daughter. Art Johnson, 133 Tenth street southwest, Mason City; Mrs. Harold Winterluk, Charles City; Hugh Johnson, Floyd; Harold Johnson, Charles City; Clarence Johnson, Los Angeles, Cal., and eight grandchildren. One sister, Mrs. Alice Raymond, Charles City, and one brother, Robert Johnson, Genoa, III., also survive. Attend Murphy Funeral. DOUGHERTY--Mr. and Mrs. M, P. Geary, Mr. antl Mrs. Will Logan, and Mr. and Mrs. Bert Logan attended the funeral of Mrs. Dennis Murphy at Williams. THIS WINTER BEFORE IT STARTS Sliidga forms faster in winter than iu Biuunicr. Don't let it get u start in your motor this winter. Right now is the lime to drain out summer- grade oil and refill -with ncwIso=Yis"D" Anil- Sludge Molor Oil. 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