Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on December 7, 1933 · Page 22
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 22

Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, December 7, 1933
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TWENTY-TWO MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE DECEMBER 7 ·§ 1933 MRS. JOHNSON OF NORTHWOOD DIES Rites for Pioneer Resident to Be Held Friday at Home, Church. NORTHWOOD, Dec. 7.--Mrs. R. P. Johnson, 74, life long resident of this vicinity, died Wednesday night at the home of her son, J, O. E. Johnson, following an illness of more than 10 years, resulting from a partial paralytic stroke in the summer of 1923. Funeral services will he held Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the ·Johnson home and at 2:30 in the Northwood Lutheran church, the Rev. J. W. Ylvisalcer officiating. The son, J. O. E. Johnson, who svas married to a daughter of the late Gilbert N. Haugen, former representative in congress, is the only survivor. The family had occupied the Haugen home. Mr. Johnson died in March, 1916. Mrs. Johnson was horn in the pioneer homestead of her parents, Ole O. and:Betsy Hove, adjoining Northwood on the west. This farm is now owned by her brother, Nels Hove; Northwood. Funeral Directors of 'Northeast Iowa Form . G r o u p ; Name Officers ;' WES* TJNION, Dec. 7. -- The northeast Iowa funeral directors subsidiary to the state organization was organized at West Union Tuesday night by 38 funeral directors from 13 of the 15 counties in the district. George J. Kaiser, Waverly, was elected president, A. J. Fox, Fayette, vice president; Charles D. Gleim of Arlington, secretary and A. M. Didisch, Dubuque, treasurer. The counties represented were Fayette, Delaware, Dubuque, Mitchell, Butler, Howard, Chickasaw, Bremer, Blaekhawk, Winneshiek, Buchanan, Allamakee and Clayton. The meeting was held at the W. H. Burnham funeral home, following a dinner. Sheffield Extension Road Contracts Let AMES, Dec. 7.--Contracts let yesterday by the highway commission of interest in North Iowa Included .7 of s. mile of paving in Franklin county, the Sheffield extension to U. S. 65, to the Carlson Construction company of Marshalltown for $17,347.47 and a box culvert on this same road to H. A. Berding of Sheffield for $882. The Fred Carlson company was awarded a 532,572.92 contract for 1.2 milea of paving in Delaware county. Mrs. Paul Hudson of Irvington Recovering IRVINGTON, Dec. 7.--Mrs. Paul Hudson, who has been a patient at the Kossuth hospital since last Friday, is improved. Mrs. Hudson who went to sleep Thursday evening and could not be awakened, was awakened Sunday at noon. It is doubted that she is suffering from sleeping sickness, as was first reported. She will remain at the hospital for several days, even though she continues to improve. Nelson Elected Mayor by Glenville Voters GLENVILLB, Minn., Dec. 7.--At the annual village election Tuesday the following were elected: Mayor, Conard Nelson; recorder, B. R. Miller; justice of peace, A. G. Morgan; councilman, Jim Bertleaon, Lyford Heads Maaons. NEW HAMPTON, Dec. T.--The New Hampton Masonic lodge Tuesday evening elected F. R. Lyford, wise master; M. D. Hewitt, senior warden; W. J. Waters, junior warden; D. M. Lazotte, secretary, and C. C. Sheakley, treasurer. Milk Average 517 Pounds. NEW HAMPTON, Dec. 7--Tile Chickasaw county cow testing association report for November showed an average on 419 cows wns 517 pounds milk and 21.1 pounds oC hutterfat. Clyde Potter, Fredericks- burg, had high herd with 12'pure- bred Guernseys that produced an average of 716 pounds milk and 40.G pounds butterfat. Former Resident Succumbs. MARBLE ROCK, Dec. 7 Word has been received here from Los Angeles, Cal., that Mrs. JTames Zeran, a former resident here, died at her home there on her eighty-first birthday. She is survived by her sons, Walter and Frank Zeran and two brothers, Jerome and Howard Hoot. Postnuptial Shower Held. ROWAN -- In the Methodist church basement a group of women last night entertained at a miscellaneous postnuptial shower for Mrs. Louis Freese. More than 100 invitations had been sent out. Cecil Morse, Osage, Given 5 Year Sentence OSAGE, Dec. 7.--Cecil Morse in district court yesterday pleaded guilty to a statutory offense and was sentenced by Judge T. A. Beardmore to a term of five years at Ft. Madison. Kepier Re-Elected Head of Butler Medical Group ALLISON, Dec. 7.--Dr. E. C. Kepler of Allison wns re-elected president and Dr. H. G. McCloud of Greene, secretary of the Butler County Medical society held at the Allison hotel Tuesday afternoon. Dr. Kepler has already served two years os president. Scouts Kefinlsh Toys. DECORAH, Dec. 7.--Boy Scouts ' ;jre collecting old and worn toys jvhich will be repainted and refinished by the scouts and given to poor children on Christmas day. Each Girl Scout will also donate a toy, which tviH be given to orphan children before Christmas. Airs. Elmqulst Heads O. E. S. CRESCO, Dec. 7.--The Order of Eastern Star elected Mrs. R. E. Elmqulst, worthy matron; F. O. Luehr, worthy patron; Mrs. H. H. 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