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Mason City, Iowa
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Monday, December 11, 1933
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FOUR MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE DECEMBER II 1933 SWEA CITY AND OSAGE MEN KILLED IN AUTO ACCIDENTS BUELLJOHNSON IS RECOVERING Woman Suffers Injuries at Emmetsburg When Lights of Car Go Out. SWEA. CITY, Dec. 11.--^Rudolph Simpson, 30, Swea City, was killed and Buell Johns on, 33, was seriously injured when the car In which they were riding crashed Saturday evening ini.o a trailer-truck parkec on the road seven miles east of Swea City on Highway No. 9. Johnson was taken to Dolmage hospital at Buffalo Center. Reports at the hospital today indicated hospital attendants expected Johnson to recover. He is con- acioua part of the time. Johnson received severe cuts on his face and tody and is suffering from shock, His skull May be fractured. The truck which was struck was loaded with hogs. Weldon Weise of Ledyard owned the truck. Mr Johnson, who was driving, was thrown to the pavement. Simpson died in the car. Mr. Johnson is the son of Charles Johnson of Swea City. Mr. Simp- eon was the son of Moody Simpson o£ Swea township. Surviving is his brother, Fred. The car was demolished. Sherlf: C, J. Dahlhauser and the Kossuth county coroner investigated. Motorist Missed Corner. OSAGE, Dec. 11---Wilbur Crockett, 24, died early yesterday morn ing 1 at Nissen hospital from injuries received when the car he was driving went into a ditch four miles northeast of New Haven. He missec the corner. Ruth Wattum and Helen Hennessey, Osage girls who were with him, were uninjured. No inquest will be held, it was announced today. The three were going to a dance at Acme when the accident occurred at about 10 o'clock Saturday night. Crockett, ·who was thrown out of the car in the smashup, was brought at 2:10 o'clock to the hospital and died an iour later. He suffered a crushed chest and punctured lung. Crockett came to this vicinity in 1929. For the past year he had lived at the home of James Clark, east of Orchard, where he was employed on a farm. His father in Illinois was notified and was to arrive today to make funeral arrangements. Lights Go Out. EMMETSBURG, Dec. 11.--A car "driven by Nela-Kallsted of Rodman JphuJgJBd off .the road four mllea east lSf : ,Eaimeisburg on highway 18, Sat- .Turday night, ana struck a telephone ~ 'fast, .injuring Mrs. Kallsted, who received a broken arm and internal injuries. Kallsted escaped with a. few bruises, and the car was only slightly damaged. The accident was caused by the lights on the car suddenly going out. At the age of 86, Thomas \V. Brookbank, Civil war veteran of Salt Lake City, spends some time daily at his typewriter pounding out books on history and religion. Teeth The lowest prices I have mode on Dental WorU in fifteen years. Silver FUUngs As Low As 50c GOLD DL.sT tQ O RUBBER PLATE ...... .JO.i Teeth Extracted ............. $1-0 Plates repaired In my own laboratory while you wait, Jacob E.Hynds D E N T I S T Over Palais Royal Corner North of Dime Stor OPEN EVENINGS-SUNDAY A. R HERE AND T H E R E » » * » + * * » * » » » » * « * » · Miscellaneous Items From 125 Globe-Gazette Correspondents in North Iowa and Minnesota Entertained nt Northxvood. MANLY--Twenty-eight couples of the Midnight dance club were entertained by the Moonlight dance club of Northwood Thursday night at Northwood. Will Accept. Bid. IOWA FALLS--C. A. Porter, examiner in charge of the closed Peoples Trust and Savings bank here, stated today that unless he receives a bid higher than ?12,000 before Dec. 27, the bank building will be sold. The above bid has been made by C, V. Rosenberger of -Independence. Accepts Howkeye Post. SWEA CITY--Joe Goff accepted a position na assistant cashier for :he newly organized bank at Hawk- aye. Mr. Goff has had charge of different defunct banks. Visitor From Des Moines. MANLY--Mrs. Albln Kelley and daughter, Patricia, Des Moines, are visiting Mrs. Kellcy's parents, Mr and Mrs. O. A. Rumbley. Publishes at Grand Klver. IOWA FALLS--Keith Hall who has been on the staff of the Hardin County Citizen here this week took over tie local newspaper at Granc River in southern Iowa. It has been published by Mrs. Mattie B. Greely Speaks on Hitler. DOWS--The Thursday club me in the home of Mrs. H. S. Logan Mrs. U. H, Rummel had charge of the program, discussing Adolf Hit ler. Hostess to Group. O S A G E--Mrs. George Birum was hostess of the Methodist Wo man's Foreign Mission society Frl day afternoon and Mr. and Mrs Harry Morey of the Baptist Ladies guild, the latter assisted by Mesdames Tubbs, W. Torney, Williams and Segessenmann. Club Holds Meetings. NORA SPRINGS--The Neighborhood club met Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Ernest Moore. A Christmas tree and a gift for ach one present were features of he entertainment. Mrs. Con Apel ntertained the Priscllla club Fri- ay afternoon. Injured in Falls. NORA SPRINGS--Mrs. Hicks is uffering from a severe fall caused y slipping on the cellar stairs. Mrs. ulia Rader is also suffering from fall at the Munger 'home and is eing cared for there. Give Music Program. LEDYARD--Several of the Ledard music students directed by V. W Barrett went to Algona where hey gave a: program including: in- trumental numbers and songs. \ ; Appear on Program. ·' THORNTON--Mrs. Cora Bodth- oyd, Mrs. M. L, Carver, Mrs. Fred iangenbacher, Mrs. Alfred Inge- retson, Mrs. Henry Karl and Avril Uberty, drove to Garner Thursday ?here they attended an all day dis- rict meeting of the Woman's Home lissionary society. Mrs. Carver, Irs. Boothroyd and Mrs. Karl had arts In the program, 50 aro Entertained. GENEVA--About 50 of the Community 500 club were entertained n the I. O. O. F. hall by Lawrence Schoephoerster and the Misses Kuppinger, Towle, Calvert, Cole, Egg- and and Black. Christmas Program Given. LAKE MILLS--The first Christmas program of the season was giv en. Sunday afternoon at Mogan sclioolbouse two miles south of Lake Mills. This is a newly organlzec Sunday school and is a branch o the Salem Lutheran church. Mis Sophia Juveland Is the superintend ent and Miss Adelaide Haugen, sec retary and teacher. There are 17 en rolled. Teachers are Entertained. SWALEDALE--The Misses Dor othy Blanchard and Eleanor Mitchc entertained the teachers at the R. J. Carr home. Visit at Hollandnlc. WHITTEMORE--Catherine a n d John Haag and Pauline Miller went to Hollandale, Minn., Saturday to spend a few days with their sister, Mrs. John Gappa. IOWA'S SPEAKER airs. Elvira Williams of 3111- ford, Dickinson county, is Iowa's representative in the- national public speaking contest for farm women at the American Farm Bureau Federation convention In Chicago, airs. Williams was winner of the Iowa farm women's extemporaneous speaking contest sponsored by the Iowa. Farm Bureau Federation at the 19SS Iowa State fair. The extension service at Io\va State college co-operated in the state contest. YOUR IOWA An Interesting fact Dally About tho State You Are Proud to Call Four Oivn! The value of cheese to the producers In Iowa last year was $100,254.60. Surprised on Birthday. ORCHARD--A number of wom- n surprised Mrs, Grace Lack Friday on her birthday. A picnic din- ,er was served and a social afternoon,was spent. Annual Meeting Planned. CARPENTER--The N. L. aid will meet Friday at the Parish house. The annual business meeting will 10 held. Hostesses are Mrs, Chrisian Larson and Mrs. Leonard Laron. Plan Annual Party. PLYMOUTH--The Gleaners S. S. lass of the M. E. church, taught )y Mrs. W. 0. Prcscott, will have :heir annual party and Christmas flft exchange at the church parlors Tuesday night, following a 6:30 o'clock dinner. N A T U R A L CAS HEATING- TO HOME RENTERS AS. WE Li AS O W N E R S - A C T NOW Call- Ask About Our Rental Purchase Plan ApproTftI Out feral* In I equipment tl»o . ATAllahlA through . . your hratine . . . contractor . · . . Peoples Gas Electric Company Mrs. Brannigan Dies at Home Near Lawler LAWLER, Dec. 11--Mrs. James Brannigan died at her home on a farm jiear Lawler Friday morning after a long illness. Mr. and Mrs Brannigan resided on their farm all their livea and have been well known throughout this section. Mrs Brannigan ia survived by her hus band and one son, Joseph. Kollman Gets Verdict in Osage Damage Suil OSAGE, Dec. 11.--After 12 hour: deliberation a jury rciurssc. a ver diet for the plaintiff in the damage suit Arthur Kollman vs. J. B. John son. Mrs. Frances B. Kollman wa. .driving- the Kollman car last Julj iii miles northeast of Osage, when Johnson approached on the wroni side of the road rapidly and in he effort to avoid overturning In i deep ditch, her car was struck an badly damaged, Mitchell County Corn Loans Now Total.7^ OSAGE, Dec. 11.--About 7£ corn loans have been issued here the pas eight days. These loans go through the two Osag-e banks, Rlceville Stacyvillo and St. Ansgar banks The warehouse hoard ia: Charle Lamm, chairman; Clifford Thorsen secretary; treasurer, Jos Mayer vice president, William Young, Jr and Henry Fox. The four sealer are: Elmer Heard for Otrauto, New burg, St. Ansgar and Union town ships; Herman Lesch for Rock, Cc dar, Osage, Mitchell, Peter Halbach for Stacyville, Liberty, Wayne anc Jenkins; Marvin Green, Bast Lin coin, West Lincoln, Douglas anc Burr Oak. Contracts for the com hog loans are due this week. Caroenter Juniors to Give Comedy Dec. 2(. CARPENTER, Dec. 11.--A thre act comedy will be presented by th junior class of the Carpenter hlgl school Wednesday, Dec. 20. The cas includes Hazel Brown, Doris Han sen, Helen Feldt, Bernlce Kuhlman Clifford Ellgen, Dorothy Bublitz Lawrence Holitz, Russel Stehn, Jrv Ing Oleson, Vernon Anderson. Has Position In Aurora, SWALEDALE--Keith Rice has one to Aurora, El., where he has position. Aro Parents of Son. ALLISON--Mr. and Mrs. Carl Ulan south of Allison are the par- nta of a son born Dec. 8. Submits to Operation. LAKE MILLS--Mary Ella Burman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Burman was operated on Saturday t the local hospital for appendicitis. Infant Daughter Burled. ACKLiEY--The daughter born to VIr. and Mrs. Roy Roegner died a ew hours after birth and was uried In the Oakwood cemetery Mday afternoon. The parents and hree sons survive. Are Parents of Son. CORWITH--Mr. and Mrs. Lionel Clapsaddle are parents of a three ind one-half pound son born Friday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Clap:addle's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Peter facobs. Move From Canada. GARNER--One of the farms hree miles east and five miles south owned by Dr. George Zinn will be enantetl the coming year by Mr. and Mrs. Henry Gobert who with their three children came from London, Ontario, Canada. Dr. Zinn who practiced medicine in Klemme the past 25 or 30 ycara sold his practice and now maintains an agricultural office. Visitor From Wapello. RUDD--Mrs. Sadie Grasham of Wapello came Saturday to visit her daughter, Mrs. Georgiana Murphy, who is a teacher in the Rudd consolidated school. Auxiliary WJJ1 Meet. DUMONT--The auxiliary to-the American Legion will meet Wednesday afternoon at its hall for stmas party. Presents will be exchanged. Hotsesses will be Mrs. ~"aul Ford, Mrs. John Vletor, Mrs. Ray Jones, and Miss Fern Stafford. Will Sponsor Dinner. ORCHARD--The Ladies' aid so- iety will sponsor a pot luck din- ier at the church basement Dec. 3. Mrs. Eno Ouken ig chairman. Visitor From Des Moines. ROCK FALLS--Alfred Isaacson f Des Moines is spending several ays with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. Isaacson. Mr. Isaacson is at he C. C. C. camp at Des Moines Takes Rest Period. STACYVILLE--Dr. J. C. Smith, ho has been in ill health the past wo months, is taking a few weekg est period. Dr. Blount of South Dakota Is here to attend to his iractlce during big absence. Will Go to Los Angeles. BANCROFT--Mr. and Mrs. Marin Larson and daughter, Doris, 'ill leave Tuesday for Los Angeles ·here they will 'spend the winter vlth their two sons. Visitors Krom Faribault. FERTILE--Mr. and Mrs. Frank 'homnson of Faribault. Minn., vis- ted Friday at the C. E. Eikenbary ,ome. Mrs. Thompson and Mrs. 3ikenbary were childhood friends. Leave for Los Angeles. RAKE--Andrew Sonnick, An- Irew Ingebritson and Andrew Anderson left by auto for Los Angeles, "!al., where they will spend the winter. Juniors Present Play. LUVERNE--The Junior class presented "Tiger House," a mystery comedy, in three acts to a crowded house. Mrs. Opal Morrison di rccted. Inlured in Fall. RTJDD---Mrs. E. E. Stalker suffered a badly Injured knee from a fall on a sidewalk. Children Are Entertained. CLARKSVTLLE--A free movie show was put on for the children Saturdav afternoon, after which Santa Glaus distributed sacks of candy amonsf them. The community tree at the Intersection of Main and Superior streets will be lighted every night from now on. Visitors From Nebraska. BANCROFT--Mr. and Mrs. W W. Colvert and son of Los Angele; are visiting the Misses Hansens a' the local tcleohone office. Mrs. Colvert is a sister of the girls. They visited with friends in Nebraska enroute here. Feed 3 Cars of Lambs. RAKE--Three" carloads of lambs were shipped to Rake by Tver Oak land and Jake Lee for feeding Each received 300 head. Mrs. Schneider Hostess. LUVERNE--The J. J. club me Triday afternoon at the home o Mrs. Albert Schneider. Mrs. I. H 'Chapman read Spirit of Christmai nnd Mrs. Harry Lichty re.-id i Christmas story. There was Christmas tree and exchange o gifts. Card Parties Planned. LONEROCK--The auxiliarv me at the home of Mrs. E. If. Jensen Friday afternoon. A committee wa, ·vnnointed to arrange for card nar ties nfter the holidays. It wai votei to fill a basket of fruit, vegetables etc., to be (riven to an ex-servici man and family. 03 Corn Loans Filed in Palo Alto County; Elsenbast in Charge EMMETSBURG, Dec. 11.--A toil of 103 corn loans had been filed n the Palo Alto county recorder's ffice here Saturday night, with 15 ew loans registered that day. At a Meeting of the county warehouse oard Friday, Herman Elsenbaat of Graettinger was appointed to take charge of all application seala here, vith an office maintained in the Hotel Kermore basement for facil- :ating the work. Elsenbast, a notary public, will ecelve 50 cents for each applica- ion. The board also cut the price of rib sealing from % cents a bush- 1 to 1-3 cents. Herbert Baker, secretary of the Emmetsburg chamber of commerce, eceived notification from CWA i ead quarters at Dea Moine a to put m additional 138 men to work in J alo Alto county by Tuesday. Sat- irday night, 103 men were working. There are more than 400 unemploy- ·d remaining on the county lists. DASH ONLY C O A L WEST KY. LUMP . . . WEST KY. NUT . LUMP ... $6*5tl Wolf Bros. PHONE 1148 $6.50 ION Conclude Special Services. GARNER, Dec. 11.--Mrs. Bexilah :saacson, evangelist of St. Cloud, Vlinn., who has been in charge o£ services at the Congregational church, gave her farewell sermon Sunday night. Mrs. Isaacson, who las conducted an eight weeks cam- aign, has be«n assisted by her hus- and, Oliver Isaacson, and their children, Ruth and Donald. EDWIN MORRILL, GREENE, BURIED Former Mayor Was Wounded Twice While Serving in Civil War. GREENE, Dec. 11.--Funeral services for Edwin Merrill, who died Saturday afternoon, at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Fred Kivell, were held at the Kivell home this afternoon with the Rev. C. Schrock, pastor of tile local Church of the Brethren, officiating. Mr. Merrill Is a veteran of the Civil war and if he had lived until January would have been 90 years old. Born at Sebcc, Maine, at 18 Mr. Morrill joined Company B, Twentieth Maine Volunteer Infantry. He fought in the battle of Antietam, in Battles of the Army of the Potomac and was present at Lee's surrender in 1865. Ha was wounded in the left leg below the knee at Gettysburg and was in the hospital four months. Again 9 days before the close of the war he was shot in the nose. Honorably discharged at Portland, Maine, Mr. Morrill moved to Iowa in 1870 and to Greene in 1895 but spent 16 years in Maine and each winter in California or Florida and was starting for California when he fell, receiving a broken hip. This and heart disease caused death. His wife preceded him in death several years ago. He was again married and was preceded in death by the second wife. He was a member of Greene Post No. 200 G. A. R., an honorable member of McKInley Circle L of G. A. R. and also a member of the local Masonic lodge. Mr. Morrill was mayor of Greene twice and active In its civic and business affairs. Surviving are two daughters, Mrs. Fred Kivell, Greene, with whom he lived the past two years, Mrs. G. W. Brunner, Orange Grove, Cal.; and one son, Herbert Morrill, Boulder, Colo.; one sister, Mrs. Minnie Douglass, Blliingham, Wash.; 6 grandchildren and 8 great grandchildren. The local Masonic lodge and the American Legion post will take part in the funeral services. Burial will bo in Rose Hill cemetery, Greene. More Chickasaw Farmers Seal Corn for U. S. Loans NEW HAMPTON, Dec. 11.--Allen and Ray Purdy of Fredericksburg Saturday scaled seven cribs of corn on their farm containing 3,852 bushels, their applications for loans total 51,732.40. L. B. Moine, Ionia, sealed one crib of corn containing 1,000 bushels and applied for a $450 loan. Seventeen farmers have applied for loans totaling ?9,135.SO since sealing commenced in this county, Dec. 4. A shipment of Oregon Angora rabbit wool brought ?6 a pound thf season on the London market. The rabbits are sheared every two or three months. NASHUA WOMAN IS FOUND DEAD Mrs. Emma Hollenbeck, 80 Pioneer lowan, Leaves No Near Relatives. ' NASHUA, Dec. 11.--Mrs. Emma Hollenbeck, 80, was found dead in bed Saturday morning at the home of Mike Powers, where she waa boarding this winter. She had complained of her arm hurting her and early in the evening had a slight coughing spcel, but said she would be all right when Marian Hurd, a niece of Mrs. Powers went to her room. Mr. and Mrs. Powers were spending the evening away from home, and when they returned at 1 a. m. found her dead. Mrs. Hollenbeck had lived here nearly all her life, and died with no near relatives, the most direct relative being a niece, Mrs. Alice Chamberlain Stocks, residing in Dakota. She had one son, Dr. T. L. Hollenbeck, who died suddenly in DCS Moines a yeav and a half ago. Truck Fire Put Out. IOWA FALLS, Dec. 11.--The fire department Saturday night extinguished a fire which had started in a big truck of the Hoxie Fruit company of this city. The heater In the car had ignited the vehicle, but the department extinguished the fire before serious damage was done. $mi$. B PjpSS ®jSSS'-iS mm* mm m feUi WAV«WS I! mm {;£ U.I. WE DO OUR PART All Diamond stations are ready for this cold weather with a new and improved special! "Winter-Ocade" D-X . , , a specially processed motor fuel that gives instantaneous starting at low temperatures. In addition to high volatility, "Winter-Grade" D-X provides, as an exclusive feature, non-carbon- forming lubrication to uppercylinder parts . . valves, pistons, rings and cylinder walls, which eliminates much of the starting resistance caused by cold, dry, "gummy" moving parts. "Winter-Grade" D-X starts coid motors quicker, makes them run smoother, more quietly, it provides greatest mileage . . . maximum economy . . . decreases cold weather starting strain on your battery and starter. Try a tankful of "Winter-Grade" D-X today. 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