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Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, July 18, 1935
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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, JULY 18 PI 1935 THIRTEEN MAN KILLED NEAR OSAGE WHEN AUTO HITS CEMENT BRIDGE WILLIAM DUKE IS CRASH VICTIM Wreckage Found by Olm- quist on Way from Riceville to Osage. Called From Chicago. BRISTOW--Miss Effie Briggs, who has been ill since last March is _ ,, , _ _ , .,,. _ , worse and her brother Fayette OSAGE, July 18--William Duke Briags of Chicago has arrived in of Washington was killed Wedncs- Ks TM nsc to ca ii f r0 m here, day night 8 miles east of Osage when his car ran into a cement | :-: H E R E AND T H E R E : - : Miscellaneous Items From 125 Globe-Gazette Correspondents in North Iowa and Minnesota Visitors From Jollet. bridge. There were no witnesses to the accident. Mr. Duke's watch stopped at 11:35. The accident was discovered by Dell Olmquist, who was on his way from Riceville to Osage. Duke, who | was a special representative of the, J. S. Pinkussobn cigar company, had made his last call at Minneapolis. His destination was unknown. County officials were summoned. No inquest will be held. The body, which was badly mutilated, will be taken to Washington for interment. His car, a Ford, was demolished. PLYMOUTH--Mrs. Helen Hemphill Is entertaining- the Misses Corbins of Joliet. HI. They arrived Mon- Mrs. Palmateer, 56, Goldfield, Succumbs GOLDFIELD, July 18. UP)--Mrs. C. A. Palmateer, 56, pioneer Wright county citizen, died at her home after a lingering illness. She was born on a farm west of this city and had been a resident of this community her entire life. She leaves her husband, five children Ray Palmateer of San Pedro, Cal., Mrs. Arthur Biondahl of Eagle Grove. Floyd Palmateer of Chicago.Mrs. Fred Dake and William Palmateer, both of Goldfield. Funeral services will be held at the Baptist church Friday afternoon with the Rev. I. D. Halvcrson in charge. Gerald Sheldon, 20, Dies While on Visit IOWA FALLS, July IS.--Gerald SheJdon, 20, died Wednesday from a heart attack which he suffered at the home of his sister, Mrs. Marion Moon, near Hubbarcl. Death came during sleep while he was visiting his sister. He is the'son' of Mr. and Mr. George Sheldon, was born on a farm near Radcliffe and had lived here several months. The survivors are his parents, a brother Dale, and three sisters, Mrs. Elmer Magussen, Des Moines, Mrs. Victor Veitle, Omaha, and Miss Bernice, Iowa Falls. The funeral will take place at Rad- jliffe Friday. Thornton Band Formed * With Bohlen Directing f{ THORNTON, July IS. The Thornton municipal band is being re-organized under the leadership of Karl Bohlen of clear Lake. Mr. Bohlen formerly organized the first municipal band at Thornton. He stated that he will be able to have the band in concert condition in a very few weeks without any outside help. Kossuth County Flower Show to Be Aug. 7 and 8 ALGONA, July IS.--Announcement has been made of the annual Kossuth county flower show to be held at Algor". Aug. 7 a '. S in the high school gymnasium. The show is being sponsored by the Kossuth county flower club and will be a county wide affair. There are four main divisions of the classes of flowers and all exhibits must be grown in the exhibitors' own garden. Impractical Education. Education isn't practical. Not a single college teaches youngsters how to get on the public payroll.-Cleveland Plain Dealer. day evening, also visiting their father, Warren Corbin. Honored at Shower. SWALEDALE -- In yesterday's paper was an item that read, "The Catholic Ladies' Aid gave a shower for Mrs. Vincent Mason." It should have read, that friends of Mrs. Mason gave the shower. ', Reception Is Planned. LIME SPRINGS -- The Mizpah class and choir of the Presbyterian church will give a party Wednesday evening, honoring the Rev. and Mrs. R. Lewis Jones Before their departure to their new pastorate in Pennsylvania. Leave for Trip. DOUGHERTY--Robert Peters of Walworth, Wis., who has been visiting in the Clinton Lockwood 'home, left for his home Monday morning accompanied by the Misses Leone and Margaret Lockwood, who will spend some time visiting at Walworth, Beloit and Lake Geneva. In Serious Condition. RICEVILLE--The 10 year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Laurence Haalett is in a serious condition after stepping weeks ago. on a nail some two She has been moved from the = apartment where they live to the home of her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. George Hazlett. Mrs. Gcer 111. ROCKWELL--Mrs. A. M. Gecr is confined to her home by illness. Kcturn From West. RICEVILLE -- William Schoou- makcr and three daughters returned from their western trip o£ two months when they visited in California, Oregon and other points of interest. On Fishing Trip. WHITTEMORE--Adrian Brogan, Frank Elbert, Oscar Poirot, Otto Hahn and Ray L. Burdine, left Wednesday morning for northern Minnesota on a fishing trip. They expect to be gone about a week. Surprised on Birthday. LAKE MILLS--A large group of relatives and friends of Miss Andrea Anderson surprised her on her seventy-sixth birthday Tuesday at her home. Visit With Mother. BUFFALO CENTER--Mr. and Mrs. Mike Akkerman of Garner were here visiting Mrs. Akkerman's motner Tuesday. Aid Society Meets. PLYMOUTH--The Ladies aid society of the Methodist church met Wednesday afternoon at the church, entertained by Mrs. Ann Bliem and Mrs. A. Tennihill. Patient at Iowa City. ROCK FALLS--Mrs. Norval Eg- yaboard is in Iowa City where she is a patient at the University of Iowa hospital. Go To Black Hills. FOREST CITY--Miss Marie Peterson, clerk in the county treasurer's office and Miss Evelyn Wolfs, stenographer in the Forest City National bank, left on a 10 days' trip to the Black Hills. Leave for Home. LUVERNE---Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Robinson and three children of North Platte, Nebr., who have been spending the past month vacationing at lakes in northern Iowa and Minnesota and at the homes of his sister, Mrs. Will Perkins at Corwith and Mrs. H. H. Lichty of Luverne, left for their home Tuesday morning. Mrs. Lichty accompanied them for a two weeks' visit with w: GLASSEL'S STYLE NORTHWOOD, IOWA \ \ Their lease having expired the Glassel Style Shop has decided to quit business and ordered their entire stock Closed-Out in the shortest space of Ume possible--regardless of loss! Below cost! Now you can select from this High Quality stock of ready-to-wear produced by d e p e n d a b l e manufacturers, styled right and tailored to give long, satisfactory wear, at prices below goods of questionable character. We invite your inspection and advise you to come early. It will pay you to drive 50 miles and more to take advantage of these stupendous values offered at this sensational Close-Out . . . Starting Friday, July 19 at 9 A. Know Your State A Fact a Day About loway! The number of farms in Iowa increased 7,058 in five years, the acreage in farms 341,826, but the value of farm lands and buildings dropped $1,762,040,699 in the five year period from April 1, 1930 to Jan. 1, 1935. her mother and other relatives who live at North Platte. Born in Montana. LUVERNE--A boy was born to Mr. and Mrs. Harold Woito of Lite, Mont. This is their first child and the second grandchild of Druggist and Mrs. W. R. Woito of Luvernc. Mr. Woito has been superintendent of schools at Lawler for the past seven years and will superintend the schools at "Ute the coming year. Visitor From Dakota. SHEFFIELD--Mrs. O. W, Bandy and daughter, Genevieve, Onida, S. Dak., are making a week's visit with the former's sister. Mrs. Ted Laskowski, and family. Guests From Argyle. SHEFFIELD--Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Tollakson, Argyle, Wis., are making a two weeks' visit at the Albert Ingebretson home and with other relatives. Will Be Given Friday. NORA SPRINGS -- Friday evening at S o'clock the King's Heralds and Woman's Foreign Missionary society will present a program of plays, readings and music. A thank offering for the King's Heralds will be taken. Mrs. W. Chesnut is superintendent of the King's Heralds. Arrives From Minneapolis. LYLE, Minn.--Mrs. George Anderson arrived from Minneapolis to spend some time at the home of her mother, Mrs. Ella Elvernum, who is very ill with heart troube. Mead Holds Sen-ices. ROCKWELL -- The Rev. Mr. Mead of St. Paul is conducting a series of Gospel meetings at the Baptist church this week. Daughter Is Born. CARPENTER--Mr. and Mrs. Edward Feldt are parents of a daughter born Tuesday at their home. She weighs SV= pounds and has been named Scbarlan Ray. This is their first child. Mrs. Feldt was formerly Mildred Thomson. Daughters Go To Home. GARNER--Mrs. Chris Shoemaker recovered sufficiently from a serious illness and her daughters, Mrs. Robert Campbell, Cottonwood, S. Dak., and Mrs. Water Dirksen, Woden, returned to their homes. Visitors From Le Mars. GARNER--Mrs. John Lubben and three children of LeMars are guests of Auditor and Mrs. Fred C. Missel. Mrs. Lubben is a sister of Mr. Missal. Guests From Minneapolis. LEDYARD -- Mr. and Mrs. Thompson of Minneapolis are here visiting Mrs. Thompson's mother, Mrs. Anna Welsch. Leave on Visits. WHITTEMORE--Mrs. Ray L. Burdine and daughter, Betty, accompanied by Alice June Cairy leCt Wednesday for Montezuma. Mrs. Burdine will visit her mother, Mrs. H F. Carl and family and Miss Cairy will go to Fort Madison where she will visit friends. Leave for Oklahoma. JOICE--Richard Kama, who has visited the past three weeks with his sister, Mrs. George Abraham and family, left Tuesday evening for his home at Knowles, Okla. 100 at Shower. IAKE MILLS--Mrs. M. McCaffree and Miss Nettie Price were hostesses Tuesday afternoon at the Methodist church parlors to about 100 friends of Miss Kathryn Price. Miss Price is to be married in August. Home From Hospital. FOREST CITY--Mrs. Oscar Nai-um, who suffered a broken pelvis, broken ribs, a punctured lung and other injuries in an auto accident 10 days ago. has been removed from the Irish hospital to her home. She will not wear a cast, but will have to remain in bed for a month. Circus Gives Program. NORTHWOOD--Cimijotti's hippodrome circus showed here Wednesday afternoon and evening. Visitors From Minneapois. HANLONTOWN--Mr. and Mrs. Persan and Martin and Mrs. Mabel Ebberson of Minneapolis have been guests in the H. E. Brunsvold home. Visitors From Nebraska. LEDYARD--Alberta Meyers of Arlington, Nebr., is visiting Mr. and Mrs. John Drew for several weeks. Recent Bride Honored. NORTHWOOD -- Mrs. E. A. Prehm and Mrs. Leon S. Barnes entertained at a luncheon in honor of Mrs. W. K. Hunter of this city, a recent bride. Mrs. Hunter was formerly Miss Arline Urban, instructor in vocal music in the Northwood schools. Will Go To I'clcrsburg. FOREST CITY--Mrs. J. L. Rendahl and son, Jack are leaving Saturday for Petersburg, N. Dak., to visit two weeks in Mrs. Rendahl'-) parental borne. President Rendahl will take them as far as Minneapois on the trip. Visitor From Davenport. HANLONTOWN--Mrs. Joe Lockrem of Davenport, has been a guest in the H. K. Lockrcm farm home. Are Parents (it Son. LUVERNE--A boy was born Monday to Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Johnson. This is their first child, On Way to Minnesota. ROCKWELL--Charles Dexter and family visited old friends here while enroute from their home in Beggs, Okla., to northern Minnesota. Daughter Is Born. WHEELERWOOD--Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Miles are parents of a baby girl born July 16 at the home of Mr. Mile's parents in Clear Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Miles have two other [iris. Guests From Chicago. CHAPIN--Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Peritz and Mrs. James W. Stiggle- man and son, James, of Chicago, have been spending the past week with Mr. and Mrs. Sirnon Wolf at the F. M. McClintock home. Will Return to Arizona. NORA SPRINGS--Harold Diegel of Phoenix, Ariz., will leave the latter part of the week after a two weeks' visit at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Adam Diegel, northeast of town. Visit in DCS Moines. CHAPIN--Mrs. E. O. Esslinger and Mrs. Frank Bruwell and daughters, accompanied by the former's brother-in-law, Mr. Nolle of California, visited with relatives in Des Moines Tuesday and Wednesday, Is Supervising Work. NORA SPRINGS -- Ben Barker, who was severely injured about 10 days ago when struck by a heavy timber while working on a barn at the Carl Swcdburg farm, is supervising the work on the barn again, though still unable to work. Rpcent Bride Honored. GOLDFIELD--Misses Leona and Berneice Hasbrouck entertained a group of friends at the J. M. Shirk home honoring Mrs. David Hansen, a recent bride. Bridge was played with Miss Louise Anderson getting high score. Monsignor O'Connor to Give Sermon at Rockford 25th Anniversary of Holy Name Church Will Be Celebrated. ROCKFORD, July 18.---Monsignor P. S. O'Connor, pastor of St. Joseph's church at Mason City, will deliver the sermon at the military field mass on Holy Name church grounds Sunday morning, July 21, at 11 a. m. The mass is held in connection with a county wide all day picnic in celebration of the twenty- fifth anniversary of the church. Others officiating- at the mass will be Monsignor Convery, Charles City, celebrant; Father Eikel, RosevJlle. deacon; Father Louis Flynn, Nashua, sub-deacon, and seminarian, Joseph Murphy, Cartersville, master of ceremonies. The choirs of Cartersville and Rockford under the direction of Carl Cunningham and Helen Vala as organist will sing the mass. Mrs. Warren Greenwood, Charles City, who served as soloist at the church dedication 25 years ago will be the soloist. The guild women will serve dinner and supper on the church lawn.. Games, contests and rides will feature the afternoon program and the evening program will consist of five acts of free vaudeville with Earl Hall of Mason City as master of ceremonies. Two German bands will furnish music during the day and evening. Fred B. Shaffer, Cerro Gordo county attorney will be here with his portable organ. Silver Thomas and Marie Dumont. entertainers, will perform during the day. MONSIGNOR P. S. O'CONNOR Dividend by Gait Savings. CLARION, July 18.--A final dividend of 8.66 per cent, in the amount of $4,589.38, will be paid depositors of the State Savings bank of Gait Tuesday. Total dividends paid depositors of the bank equal 73.66 per cent. P. V. Dougherty of Clarion is examiner in charge of the bank. Henke Will Speak at County Legion Session in Rockford on Sunday ROCKFORD, July 18.--W. G. Henke, candidate for state American Legion commander, will give the address at the county Legion meeting- here Sunday afternoon, July 2i. Mr. Henke is a past post and district commander and for the past two years has served as state Americanism director. Recovering From Illness. ROCWELL--Fred Dreyer is recovering from a week's illness with summer flu. ITS GRAND! I'M DEVELOPING WTO A REAL GOOD COOH HOW DOW LIKE MARRIED LIFE? OH, BUT I DO! HOVE SO YOU LIKE ) \ T O COOK. ITS THE COOKING 1 . ^\! DISHWASHING I NEVER THOUGHT 1\ THAT I HftTE TOD WOULD... THAT NIGHT-Vfer supper YES, DEAR, WASHED THE DISHES WITH RINSO TONIGHT IN HALF THE TIME WHAT! SMILING AFTER WASHINS DISHES! WELL USE RINSO FOR DISHES. IT WHISKS AV/AV GREASE IN A JIFFY AND RINSO'S CREAMY SUDS ARE SO EASY \ ON MY HANDS A TO ON washday Rmso's thick, active suds soak cloche 4 oc 5 shades whiter without scrubbing or boiling. They last 2 or 3 times l o n g e r . R c e o la- mended by makers of Mwahers. 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