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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 16

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! SIXTEEN MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, JULY 15 mm 1935 BRITT VICTIM OF DROWNING WILL BE BURIED WEDNESDAY DIED TRYING TO RESCUE BOY, 12 Death of Hiding, 20, One of 5 in Iowa Resulting From Swimming. Funeral services for Earl Huling, 20, Britt, who was drowned while trying to rescue a boy he had been teaching to swim in a gravel pit, will be conducted at 2 o'clock Wednesday afternoon at the M. E. church in Britt. Burial will be made in Britt. Sheriff E. P. Hanson of Garner arid Coroner Kenneth Boughton of Britt investigated the drowning- and the latter announced that no inquest would be held, stating the drowning had been accidental. The drowning occurred at 3 o'clock Sunday afternoon in a gravel pit 6 miles west of Britt, or a mile west of Hutchins at the edge of highway No. 18. The pit is 20 feet deep. 4 Other Water Deaths. Huling's death was one of five in Iowa Sunday, four of which occurred to persons who rv'e r e drowned and another who died of heart disease after he had been swimming. . Other deaths in Iowa were Ernest Penrod, 13, died of heart disease after a swim at Cedar Rapids; John :-: H E R E AND THERE:-: Miscellaneous Items From 125 Globe-Gazette Correspondents in North Iowa and Minnesota Rogers, 15, drowned at Dallas; Harlie Furlong, 14, drowned at Waterloo; Joseph O'Rourk, 17, Chicago, drowned at Ottumwa. Earl Huling, who was the son of Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Huling, 3 miles south of Britt, had been teaching Gordon Swan, 12, to swim. Officers stated they were told the Swan youth slipped away from Huling, who made an effort to rescue him, both going down together. Gordon was rescued by a number of others who were in the water, including Wayne Huling, brother of Ear Lloyd and Dale Anderson and Wil liam Weiland, Jr. Large Crowd Watches. The Britt fire department wa called and artificial respiration wa used. A pulmotor was also workec in an effort to revive Huling. Phy sicians aided in the efforts and fo- about. 3 hours work continued Guests From Indiana. THORNTON--Lee War.amaker, son James and daughter, Mrs. Margaret Sholz of Hobart, Ind., visited Saturday and Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Martin Floy. Mr. Wanamaker is Mrs. Floy's son. Leave for Leslie, MITCHELL--Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Biedermann and family of Casper, VVyo., visiting at thp home of his aunt, Mrs. Anna Cordes and other relatives, left Saturday, taking Mrs. Cordes with them on a trip to Leslie, Mich. Visit at Baxter. CORWITH--Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Gardiner .drove to Baxter Satui-day to spend the week-end with Mr. Gardiner's sister, Mrs. E. F. Henderson. Joe Williamson accompanied them and visited at the John Cleaves home. Honored at Shower. WHITTEMORE--Mrs. Bill Fandel entertained at a miscellaneous shower at her home Sunday in honor of Miss Marie Fandel whose marriage to Raymond Elbert will take place Tuesday. Visit in Missouri. MESERVEY--Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Ralston left Sunday for a few days visit with his brother's family at Bowling Green, Mo. They will he accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Ackerman, Jr., instructors in the Thi Eldora training school. Visitors From West. THORNTON--Mr. and Mrs. i; · -- " " w t j r v k,v/J^HilUCU Ul the youth. A large crowd was at the scene of the drowning. Surviving Earl are his lege. -i? -- -- ~.~ parents, three brothers, Claude, Wayne and Floyd, at home, and Fern, Britt, and two sisters. Mrs. Sadie Ebert of Britt and Ellen at home. He was a graduate of Britt high school and had attended the Britt junior col- '-ge._ This is the first drowning in Hancock county this year. Wayne Cummings, 21, was drowned in the same pit on a Sunday about four years ago the latter part of June There nave been 3 drownuigs in Hancock county gravel pits in four years. Amie Brass, 18, drowned in a gravel pit southwest of Woden ·last summer. IOWA ASSEMBLY COURSES START Small Tent City Springs Up as Baptists Gather at Iowa Falls. IOWA FALLS, July 13 L«--A small tent city sprang up on the Ellsworth college campus here today as the annual session of the Iowa Baptist Assembly got under . way. Lodged in tents and assembly buildings, members of the assembly began a series of study courses picked from 25 Biblical, missionary youag people's and teacher training classes. The assembly opened yesterday. It will continue to July 26. A total registration of more than 500 persons is anticipated. 17 on Faculty. There are 17 members of the teacher training faculty composed of 'Church leaders from seven states. In addition there are youth leaders, a music department, a boys' and a department for chil- Baptist pastors, Sunday school superintendents, teachers and other adult leaders are attending the assembly. Instructors include: Instructors Are Named. Dr. J. A. Cooper of New York, the Rev. B. T. Leonard of Detroit Dr. U. M. McGuire of South Bend Ind., MISS Enid Myers of Omaha Martin L.. Harvey, Jr., of Hempstead, N. Y., Negro student-preacher, Earle Edwards and Dorwin Cartwrignt of Swathmore college Pa., Charles Kemp of Des Moines' and Dr. J. R. Mantey, the Rev. Guv Wimmer, Miss Suzanne Rinck, the Rev. R. N. Hillyer and Dr V H Sword, all of Chicago. Iowa leaders include Miss Virginia Pederson of Des Moines, Parker Burroughs of Jefferson William Lyons of Fort Dodge, Miss Ruth Wood of Des Moines, and Miss Maurine Brady of Sac City camp dren. FREE HOSIERY While They Last No Purchase Necessary Style Shoppe CSean-Up Wed., July 17, 10 a. m. Charles Posnecker of Los Angeles and Miss Louise Tabot of Iowa City are visiting their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Julia Tabot, a mile north of Thornton. They held a family reunion Sunday. B. S. Geer III. ROCKWELL--B. S. Geer, local agent for the Swift company, is confined to his home by ill health. Visitor From East. DUMONT--Mrs. Peter Nielson, Philadelphia, who is visiting her brother and sister at Greene and Plainfield, came with them Friday to visit her husband's cousin, F. M. Sorenson and family. Pastor on Vacation. ROCKWELL-- The Rev. Alec Russell is enjoying a brief vacation "rom his duties as pastor of the Congregational church, which with rfrs. Russell and sister-in-law, Miss ifarion Cairns, is being spent with the children in Sioux City. Daughter Is Born. LUVERNE--Mr. and Mrs. John lamus are parents of a girl born in :heir home Thursday. She received the name Nancy Lee. Honored at Gathering. DUMONT--Miss Esther Brown, Santa Monica, Gal., entertained 12 women Saturday afternoon in honor of her mother, Mrs. G. S. Brown, on her seventy-fifth birthday. It was a surprise party. Visit in Powersville. WHITTEMORE -- Mrs. Matt Kirschbaum, daughters Catherine and Phyllis and son Robert left Saturday evening for Powersville, Mo., where they will visit Mr. Kirschbaum until the first of September. Mr. Kirschbaum has been employed in Powersville since the first of June. Still One Vacancy. CRYSTAL LAKE--At a recent meeting of the school board, Elmer Jensen was again hired as janitor. D. F. Willis was hired" as secretary. Bids were received Monday for school bus routes. One vacancy still remains in the faculty, domestic science teacher. Reunion Is Held. MITCHELL--Mr. and Mrs. Henry Simons of Erie, Pa., have been visiting at their cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Bowers, north of town. There was a reunion of Mrs. Simon's relatives in their honor Sunday at the William Haberkorn home at Osage. Are Parents of Son. CORWITH--Mr. and Mrs. Edward Kelch, who live east of Cbr- with, are the parents of a. son, born Friday. Officers Are Elected. GRAFTON -- The Kuuwatinta camp fire girls met with Genevieve Borke Friday evening. The following were elected: President, Virginia Ueker; vice president, Lois Macken; secretary, Virginia BringoLf; treasurer, Jane Bringolf; scribe, Delia Trettin. Visitors From Rapids. JOICE--Mr. and Mrs. Abe Kacere and daughter Ann Marie, and George Kacere, of Cedar Rapids are visiting Mrs. Charles Abraahm and family. Leave for Kensington. LELAND--Ed O. Peterson, Leonard Holland, Maynard and Truman Thompson left Friday evening for Kensingon, Minn., on a fishing trip trip. While there they will visit at the E. A. Anderson home. Visitor From Hospital. MESERVEY -- Agnes Fischer, nurse at the Evangelical deaconess hospital, Milwaukee, Wis., is enjoying a vacation visit at home. Visitors Are Honored. CORWITH--Mrs. Elizabeth Jorgensen entertained at two tables of bridge complimenting her son and his bride, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Jorgenson of Des Moines, who are spending two weeks here. High score was won by Dayle Duckett. Visitors From Fargo. EAGLE GROVE--Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hunt of Fargo, N. Dak., have been visiting with their two small sons at the home of Harold's parents, Mr. land Mrs. O. E. Hunt, for the past week. Mr. Hunt returned to Fargo Wednesday, and Mrs. Hunt and the children are remaining for a longer visit. Harold is a former Eagle Grove bov, and is now auditor for the Standard Oil company in Fargo. Third Son Born. BRADFORD--Mr. and Mrs. Ken neth Koch are parents of their thir child, all boys. Visitor From Omaha. LAKE MILLS--Miss Majel Cron of Omaha is here visiting her pai ents, Mr. and Mrs. Byron Cronk. Leave for Canada. LIME SPRINGS--Mr. and Mr. J. B. Cray, daughter, June, and son Billy, left early Sunday by moto for a vacation trip to Lake Superio and Canada. Return to Oak Park ROCKWELL--Miss Alice Ever hart returned to her home at Oa Park, 111., after spending aevera months here with her sister, Mr Effie Williams. Guest From Boone. ROCKWELL -- Rose Johnson i enjoying a visit from her mother Mrs. Caroline Kading, of Boone am anticipates the arrival of her sister Miss Estella Kading, from Los An ;eles Tuesday. ; Picnic Is Planned. LUVERNE--The Luvcrne Ceme. tery association met at the country home of Mrs. Frank Beigger, south of Luverne. There were 40 in attendance. Plans were made for the next meeting which will be a picnic at Luverne's new park. Goes to Sterling. ROCKWELL---Mike Murphy left for Sterling, HI., called there by the death of a relative. Daughter Is Born. KANAWHA--A V pound girl was born to Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Harlow Saturday. The Harlows have one other child, Johnnie, who is 2 years old. Visitors From Chicago. CRYSTAL LAKE--Mr. and Mrs. Grant Rogeness of Chicago are spending their vacation at the home of the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. O. Rogeness. Mrs. Rogeness has also been visiting her parents in Minnesota. Bean Day Planned by Geneva for Aug. 14 o ^ GENEVA, July 15.--Geneva's "Bean Day," an annual event prior to the war is to be held once more on Wednesday, Aug. 14, a group of local businessmen decided. They report that committees are at work and they hope to make it as big a day as it once was. The only one put on since the war, in 1920, was rather disappointing but it is hoped this one will be the first of a series of the successful revival of Bean Day. Return From West. FERTILE -- Martin Hjelmeland ana two sisters, Annetta and Agnes returned Thursday from California,' where, they spent six weeks sightseeing, during their summer vacation.-Mr. Hjelmeland is teacher at the Scarville schools, Miss Annetta a teacher at Story City and Miss Agnes a nurse in Minneapolis. · Operate Lunch Stand. JOICE--Members of the Ugo I"o club are operating a lunch stand at the ball games being held here The money made will be given to charity. Returns fo New York. JOICE--Mrs. John Larson returned to her home in New York after visiting a few weeks with her mother. Mrs. T. Rindcn. - Goes to Utah. GREENE--Miss Betty Kester went to Mason City from where she will go to Salt Lake City, Utah and will spend a year with her aunt, Miss Elva Reeves. Hurt Playing Ball. JOICE--Leroy Larson received a broken finger while playing softball Thursday evening. Visitor From Ohio. KANAWHA--Orvillc G. \Volsh of Akron. Ohio', visited his parents, "Vtr. and Mrs. John D. Welsh here Saturday. Social to Be Saturday. MESERVEY--The Young Peo)le's league of the Evangelical hurch is planning an ice cream so- ial for next Saturday evening uly 20. J s, Visitors From Minneapolis. GREENE--Mr. and Mrs. Frank '. Phillips of Minneapolis arrived aturday for a few days' visit with r. and Mrs. W. B. Stager and fam- Leads Progressives Representative Thomas It. Ain- lie, Wisconsin progressive, named chairman of the American Commonwealth Political Federation, organized in Chicago, asserted there is a strong demand "between the Alleghenies and the Rockies" for a "new social order." FIRE DESTROYS BARN OF OLSONS Loss Placed at $1,500 on Farm Between Garner, Forest City. .GARNER, July 15.--The barn on the farm of O. N. and Henry Olson, brothers, who farm 12 miles northeast of Garner in Ellington township, was destroyed by fire of unknown origin shortly after noon Saturday. The loss is practically covered by insurance. It was 44 by 50 with an addition 14 by 50. A team of young horses was taken from the barn. A neighbor noticed the fire. The Olson family had not discovered the fire until called by the neighbor. The Forest City fire department was called but arrived too late. There was no hay or grain in the barn. -The loss is estimated at .?1,500. Decorah Junior Corps Leaves for Columbus DECORAH, July 15.--A special train left Decorah early today carrying 33 members of the Junior Drum and Bugle corps to Columbus, Ohio, to represent the Elks of Iowa at the Elks national convention. Decorah Elks, who represent the lodge, will meet the boys at Columbus, where they will head the home delegation. The boys will take part in several parades and will perform at convention headquarters. They expect to return to Decorah July 19. y- Will Elect Officers. POPEJOY--The July meeting of FRANK SCHALLIN OFALGONAHURT Retired Farmer Is Injured in Fall From Hayloft Door at Farm. ALGONA, Schallin, 65, July retired in Algona, suffered 15. -- Frank farmer living injuries when he Oak Hill society will be held ith Mrs. E. E. Akers Friday after- oon. Election of officers will be eld. Visitor From Missouri POPEJOY--Mrs. Charles SUm- er of Brookline, Mo., is visiting her brother, Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Baker and son. On Fishing Trip. LXJVERNE--Mr. and Mrs J. L. Lichty and daughter, Phyllis and Evan Lichty are at Garfiolti lake, LaPorte, Minn., for a week's fishing. C. H. Lichty and daughter Grace and the Don Lichtys i-f Chicago who have been at St. Again, Canada, for a two weeks' visit at the home of the George Harrisons will return to LaPorte for a few days' fishing before their return home. he fell from a hayloft door on his farm in Lotts Creek township, northwest of Algona Saturday evening. He was Drought to the Kossuth hospital and found to have a fractured hip, pelvis bone and arm. Mr. Schallin had been fixing the hay carrier when the door in the loft accidentally flew open. Hospital attendants stated Sunday that he was resting much better. Clarksville Canning Plant Is Made Ready CLARKSVILLE, July 15.-- J. H. Dickson of Wapello is the new manager at the Clarksville canning plant and with local helpers is getting the season's preparatory work done. He Mr. and Mrs. Galvin, Rockford, Are Honored ROCKFORD, July 15.--Mr. anrl Mrs. G. H. Galvin were guests of honor at a surprise party at their home Saturday in honor of their silver wedding anniversary. The program was held under colored lights on the lawn and consisted of songs by Sadie Turner and Leone Steuben, the former wearing the wedding dress of the bride. A mock wedding with Jay Gulick as the bride, Mrs. Paul Galvin, bridegroom; Mrs. Arthur Dunkelberg-, flower girl; Ray Crabtree, ring- bearer; Mrs. Vern Leigh and Mrs. Roy Crabtree, bridesmaids; Arthur Dunkelberg as best man and Willis Trowbridge as minister. A newspaper report of the wedding 25 years ago was read by Mrs. Wilis Trowbridge and a pantomime depicting important events in the life of Mr. and Mrs. Calvin was presented by Mrs. Arthur Dunkelberg and Jay Gulick. 75 at Picnic of Deaf Held at Eagle Grove EAGLE GROVE, July 15.--In Hewett park Sunday the annual picnic of the deaf and mute was held, the first ever held in Eagle Grove. The arrangements were completed by Rasmus Watne and wife of Eagle Grove. Mr. Watne is a well known shoemaker and has lived in the city for many years. There were about 75 present. Those attending were from Eagle Grove, Fonda, Fort Dodge, Webster City, Belmond, vicinity. and other places in the M.J, BURKE, 74, ROCKWELL, DIES Funeral to Be Held Tuesday Morning at Dougherty; 5 Children Left. ROCKWELL, July 15.--Michael J. Burke, 74, died Saturday evening at 6 o'clock. Funeral services will be conducted Tuesday morning at 9 o'clock at Dougherty. Burial will also be at Dougherty. Mr. Burke, who would have been 75 next October, was born in Wisconsin. Surviving are three soss, Arthur in Pennsylvania, Edward in Wichita, Kans., and Joseph of Rockwell, and two daughters, Mrs. E. J. Campbell of Rockwell and Mrs. Jack McCarthy of Washington. Julia Stagerman Winner. GREENE, July 15.--Julia Stag- rrnan won first prize, either an automobile or $500 in the Iowa Recorder trade expansion campaign which ended Saturday night. Second prize, $200, was won by Mrs. O. J. Richman and Beryl Bigelow won third monev SIOO and his wife are located in the L. JC. Apple apartment. Anna Weber Injured in Stacyville Car Mishap STACYVILLE, July 15.--Miss Anna Weber, who complained of severe pain in her leg following an auto accident Thursday, on examination found the leg was broken in three places and that her skull was fractured. Mrs. Gertrude Weber, Anna and Peter, and Mrs. William Milton skidded off the road west of Osage while enroute to West Bend early Thursday. The car fender was crushed and at the time it was believed they suffered only minor injuries. LIVESTOCK SALE COMMENCING AT 11:00 SHARP WEDNESDAY, JULY 17 AT CHARLES CITY, IOWA 75 HEAD OF HORSES including good broke young draft horses weighing 1200 fo 1500 Ibs. A few saddle horses and ponies. The balance, smooth mouthed useful workers. Buyers for killer horses will be at this sale. 300 HEAD OF CATTLE: 150 head of good quality, well bred Hereford range calves, weighing from 300 to 500 Ibs.; 150 head of Native cattle including Springers, Heifers, Steers and Fat Cows. BUYERS for good grass fat killing grades of cattle will be here. Now is a good time to list such to avoid shrink because of flies and hot weather. Bring in whatever livestock you have for sale. W. J. Murphy Sales Corp. CHARLES CITY, IOWA RIP COLLINS, home-run king of the St. Louis Cardinals. "Here's the best proof I know that Camels are mild," Rip says. "I can smoke them steadily, and they never get my wind orupsct mynerves." ffifer^fcL'^:^ ^·f^^ : ^---^-^^'-. '-·.' : ' · · · · * , f : ' - : ·- -. N' ; -" : ^: -" ; : ; : H-RWP Pllti^^ Sllllll^ JAMES BAUSCH, Olympic Decathlon Champion, says: "I've been a Camel smoker for years. Camels are so mild they don't get my wind or cut down my speed and endurance. And Camel is a better-tasting cigarette; always rich, smooth, and mellow." JENNIE ROONEY, famous circus aerialist, says: "I have to guard ray wind. It means a lot that Camels, beingsomild,donotupset my nerves or get my wind. And Camels never give me any throat irritation." J.A. BROOKS,'32 and'33 All American Lacrosse Team:"I smoke Camels-and have for 5 years. No matterhowmanylsmoke, Camels never upset my nerves or get my wind. That's real mildness!" HEALTHY NERVES--physical fitness -- sound wiad --help to make life more enjoyable for you, too. Enjoy Camel's mildness-smoke all you wish! For athletes have proved that Camelsdon'tgcttheirwind -..or jangle their nerves. V BRUCE BARNES, the tennis champion, says: "Camels are so mild! They never cut my wind--and I smoke a lot, too. Their flavor? Always rich and good. And when I'm tired out, a Camel cases the strain." WILLIE MACFARLANE, former U.S. Open Champion, adds: "You hear a lot about mildness. Camels are mild.Ismoke steadily. They don't get my wind or make my nerves jittery.Td walk a mile for a Camel!"' C1935, E. 1. Reynolds Tob. Co, ^J COSTLIER TOBACCOS! ·Camels are made from finer, MORE EXPENSIVE TOBACCOS-TWfciA and Domestic-than any other popular brand. (Sigaal) R.J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO COMPANY, Winston-SalTM, N. C , 1 r

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