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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 12

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TWELVE MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE FEBRUARY 22 ·§ 1934 3 FREED OF ALGONA HOLDUP BLAME TO BE RELEASED FROM JAIL SOON McMahon Issues Statement After Probe by State, County Officers. ALGONA, Feb. 22.--County Attorney · Maurice McMahon . stated Wednesday evening 1 that the three men Perl Reynolds, Nelsi Davis and W. W. Martin, all of Des Moines, who are being held in the county jail are not the three bandits who participated in the robbery and torture threat at the C. C. Robinson home two milea east of Algona on the evening of Feb. 8. The county attorney previously stated that if the three were found guilty, they would be charged with murder, since the death of Mr. Robinson. The three held In the county Jail each on a 15 day sentence are ex- pected.to be released Monday when their 15 day sentences will be up. There "were no other suspects held In connection with the case at the present time. Two state men, Officers Gruber and Robison, were In Algona Tuesday and Wednesday questioning the trio, but it was decided positively they are not the robbers. Mrs. Robinson la standing the strain of the robbery and the death of her husband fairly well. 5 Schools in Declam Contest; Championship Is Won by Clear Lake BELMOND, Feb. 22.--In a North Iowa declamatory contest held last night in Belmood, Buffalo Center, .Clear Lake, Forest City and Lake Mills, the championship was captured by Clear Lake -with 10 out of 15 firsts. Rankings here in order were: Oratorical, Harold Charlesworth of Clear Lake, Walter Ingebretson of Lake Mills; dramatic -- Arlene Thompson of Clear Lake, Margaret Hanson of Forest. City; humorous, Jean Hake of Belmond and Dorothy Dblley of Clear Lake. Muriel B. Patterson of Belmond won a first to humorous at Forest City. Miss Edna Luce of Hampton was critic judge here. Elma Lions Entertained by Group at Riceville; Varied Program Is Given "-RiCEjVILLE, Feb.''22.--The Elma Lions club was entertained by the Ricevllle Commercial club at the high school auditorium Monday evening. The program following the banquet consisted of a talk by Edmund Richmond, head of the Lions club, a vaudeville sketch by "The Bradleys," professional show people, vocal selections by Evard Servoss, professional concert singer, and other local talent. Joseph Goas of, Little Cedar also entertained. E. K. Hendrieks was toastmaster of the affair and in charge of arrangements. lowan Has Voted for 22 of 32 U. S. Presidents VINTON, Feb. 22. UB--George W. Redington, 100 years old, has voted for 22 of the nation's 32 presidents. "Plenty of hard work" he Bays, accounts for his longevity. He has lived here 81 years. H E R E A N D T H E R E *' · » V * * * * . * . . « · » » it « $ ,, f . Q B Miscellaneous Items From 125 Globe-Gazette Correspondents in North Iowa and Minnesota Visiting in Wisconsin. S W A L E D A L E -- Miss Agnes Mann is visiting her aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Harrlnsen at Amory, Wis. Celebrate G6th Birthday. AREDALE--The children and grandchildren and a few relatives met at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Davis Sunday evening to celebrate Mr. Davis' fifty-sixth birthday. Moving to Owatonna. PLYMOUTH--Lawrence Dalhiere will move to the McElroy farm southwest of Grafton and the Krueger family, who operated it, will move to Owantonna, Minn. Mr. and Mrs.-A. W. Borchardt will move to a farm south of here In the-Rock Falls neighborhood, known aa the Christiansen farm a. distance In the neighborhood of five miles. Given Farewell Parties. GREENE--Two farewell courtesies-honoring the .Harry Drew family were given. Members of the local church gave a picnic dinner at the church at.noon Sunday and 4.4 members of the Wilder-Wagner Card club gave a stag card party at the Wilder-Wagner barbershop Monday night for Mr. Drew. Reeves Gives Talk. PLYMOUTH--K. Reeves, instructor of the Farmers night school, gave' a lesson Wednesday night on chickens, care and feeding, also a talk on his trip to Europe. There were 56 present. Fractured Leg Set. ACKLEY--Mrs. Fred Boheraan, Sr., who fell in. her home Saturday and fractured her left leg above the knee was taken to the Ellsworth hospital where on Tuesday the in jured leg was set. The fracture appears to be quits severe as the leg was twisted in the fall. While scrubbing the kitchen floor, she stepped on a wet place and fell. Are Parents of Son. RUDD--A seven and one-half pound daughter was born Monday night to Mr. and Mrs. Homer Moore. Mrs. FarcJee Hostess. ELMA--Today's club met at the home of Mrs. H. A. Pardee Monday evening, with 14 members present. The major topic, "Federal Agencies and Their Designations," was given by Mrs. H. A. Bloom, and the minor topic "Big Blizzard'' was by Mrs. Pardee. The next meeting of the club will be March 5, at the home of Sadie Noonan. Tomorrow's club, the junior branch, of Today's, will meet Feb.'26,'at Dorothy Mc- Grane'sV " ' ' . Visitors From Linden. SHEFFIELD-- Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Llddlcoat of Linden, Wis., spent several days at the home of Mrs. James Kaw!:5, Sr. Visit at Ames. LONEROCK--Mrs. Charles Morris and Esther Godden accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Fred Genrich to Ames, Mrs. Morris and Esther visiting Vera Morris and Mr. and Mrs. Genrich visiting their son Mainard, both students at Iowa State college. 30 Attend, Banquet. BURT--The Burt Woman's club held its annual guest night and banquet in the Methodist church. About 50 members and visitors were present. Returns to Chicago. WHITTEMORE--Mrs. John Ryan returned to Chicago Tuesday even- Ing after spending a few days with her father, Ed Burke, who is suffering with erysipelas. Mr. Burke is somewhat Improved. WARNING to EXPECTANT MOTHERS If you have ever been a patient in any hospital, you are probably familiar with, the advantages of a liquid laxative. Doctors know the value of the laxative whose dose can be rnea- Eured, and whose action can be thus regulated to suit your individual need. The public, too, is fast returning to the use of liquid laxatives. People have now learned that a properly prepared liquid laxative brings a perfect movement without discomfort at the time, or after. Dr. CaJdwcll's long experience with mothers and babies, and his remarkable record of nearly three thousand births without the loss of one mother' or child, should give anybody complete confidence in any prescription which he wrote! But most important of all, a gentle liquid laxative does not cause bowel strain to the most delicate system, and this is of the utmost importance to expectant mothers and to every child. Expectant mothers are urged to try gentle regulation of bowcJs with Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin. It is a delightful tasting laxative of delightful action, made of fresh herbs, pure pepsin and active senna. Not a single mineral drug; nothing to cause strain, or irritate the kidneys. Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin is an approved preparation and kept ready for use by all druggists. Daughter Is Born. LONEROCK--A 10 pound girl was born to Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Rath. This Is their third child. Visitors From Spirit take. ST. ANSGAR--Ennert Groth and A. R. Heala from Spirit Lake visited until Monday at the home of Mr. Groth's parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Groth. Girl Is Born. FAULKNER--A daughter was bom to Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Krafft of Minneapolis Feb. 19. This is their second child. Mrs. Krafft was formerly Miss Pearl Osterland. Visitor From Minneapolis. PLYMOUTH--Westley Claus of Minneapolis visited Mrs. Claus the first of theweek. Mrs. Claus is here recuperating, being a nerve sufferer. Guest From Spring Grove. ST. ANSGAR--Mrs. Chris Heltne of Spring Grove, Minn., came Saturday for a few days' visit with her father, Andrew Halvorson. Attends Telephone Convention. BUFFALO CENTER -- Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Olson left Tuesday noon for Des Moines where Mr. Olson will attend a telephone convention. Visitor From "Milwaukee. FREDERICKSBURG--John Dayton of Milwaukee came Monday for a week's visit at the home of his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Dayton. P. T. A. Session Postponed. FERTILE-^-The Fertile Parent Teachers - as BO elation announced there will be no meeting Thursday evening- on account of sickness among tha persons from Garner that were to. give the program. It will be postponed until next month. Will Recuperate at Garner. GARNER--Mrs. Leo Phillips of Waukon who recently underwent an operation for appendicitis at Mercy hospital, Mason City, plans to come to'Gamer Saturday to recuperate at the home of her mother, Mrs. O. S. Mitchell. Baby Weighs 10 Pounds. PLYMOUTH--A girl weighing 10 pounds was born to 'Mr. and Mrs. Dale Young Sunday. This ig their first child. : Keturn From St. Paul. · GRAFTON--Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Christiana returned from St. Paul Monday evening. Mrs. Matt Hughes of Faribault returned with them. Men. Will Serve. HANLONTOWN--The men of the Concordia church-will serve a supper at the church parlors Feb. 28. O. E. S. School Held. . BELMOND--A school of .instruction for members of.the Eastern Star lodge was held in the local Masonic hall Wednesday afternoon. Miss Anna Johnson of Eagle Grove was the instructor in charge. Entertain F. W. D. Club. PLYMOUTH--Mr. and Mrs. Ed Checock entertained the F. W. D. club at their home Wednesday. Dinner was served at 1 o'clock. After the busloess meeting a program was given. Given Farewell Party. DUMONT--The Good Hope lodge of Masons entertained with their wives at the hall ha honor of Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Thatcher. Mr. Thatcher, who has been mayor for :he past two years and station agent; of the North Western for 10 years, began work in the station at Eldora. last Thursday. The family will move about March 1. Harry Allen, Dougherty, has taken Thatcher's place here. Daughter In Bom. COULTER--Mr. and Mrs. Chester Hanson are parents of a 6% pound daughter, born at the Lutheran hospital in Hampton. Louis Mlchelson III. KANAWHA -- Louis Michelson, who has been confined to his bed for several weeks following a paralytic stroke, is seriously 111. Attend Auto Show. WODEN--John Junker and Ray Valley went to Des Moines Wednesday to attend the auto show. Daughter Is Born. BELMOND -- Born to Mr.- and Mrs. Glen Baker, a girl, Tuesday. Leave For Chicago. BELMOND^-Mr. and Mrs. R. Godsell left Tuesday for Chicago where they were called on account of the'serious illness of Mr. God- aell's sister, Mrs. Belle Rogers. Home From Hospital. ' BRISTOW--Everett B. Hewitt went to Independence Tuesday and brought Mrs. Hewitt home that same evennig. Mrs. Hewitt has been receiving medical attention for nervous trouble. Lyle Surfua served the rural route while Carrier Hewitt was away. Move to Chapln. SWALEDALE -- Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Collins and Carlota have moved to Chapin. Honored at Shower. GARNER--Miss Mabel McMahon entertained 12 young women at her home Wednesday night at a parcel shower in honor of Miss Thelma Moe who will be marr'ed in the near future to Dr. Lloyd C. Blank of Emerson. Woman's Club Hears Talk. OSAGE--Mrs. Elmer Iverson was hostess of Osage Woman's club Wednesday afternoon. The program consisted of talks on the life of Secretary Wallace by Mrs. W. J. Terrell, scientific research and Investigation by Mrs. Susan Carson and forest service by Mrs. M. A. McDougall. A group of songs by Dorothy and Hilda Stlckney was given. Visits at Whltten. SWALEDALE--Mrs. Dwlght Fernau is visiting relatives at Whltten and New Providence. In Charge of Instruction, RICEVILLE--Pearl May Flugel of Charles City was in charge of an afternoon and evening school of instruction in O. E. S. ritual Tuesday. A 6:30 dinner was served and a large crowd was present. . Returns to Wisconsin. POPEJOY--Mrs. E. Erickson of Argyle, Wis., who has been visiting here the past two months, with her sister, Mrs. H. H. Carr, returned home Monday 'evening. Mrs. Carr accompanied her for an extended visil. Gtven Farewell Party. ROCK FALLS--Mrs. Mabel Bliem entertained at her home Tuesday afternoon for Mrs. Cecil A. Carter who Is leaving in the near future for her new home at Oelwein. Members of the Ladies Aid society and neighbors were guests. Called to Illinois. HANLONTOWN--Mr. and Mrs. George Seiverts were called to Illinois by the illness of Mrs. Seiverts' mother. Prepare Washington Program. WHITTEMORE--The pupils of the primary room of Presentation academy are putting on a Washington program Thursday evening In the academy hall. Postmaster Is Improving. CALMAR--The condition of Postmaster Sigvard Kittlespy who has been seriously ill the past two weeks with pneumonia, is slightly Improved. / Attend lowa-Indlaim Game. CALMAR -- Greg Becker, R. Figge, Donald Meyer and Dr. V. J. Horton drive to Iowa City Monday to attend the Iowa-Indiana basketball game. Arrives From San Diego. CHAPIN--Dale Barney, who i in the naval training station at San Diego, Cal., arrived for a 10 day visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs C. H. Barney. Hostesses to Group. GORDONSVILLE--Mrs. C. J. Buchanan and Mias June Belghley are entertaining sections of the Ladies Aid at their homes Thursday afternoon. Returns to Aledo. SHEFFIELD -- Miss Thelma Holsclaw returned to Aledo, 111., after spending a month with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Holsclaw. Farewell Party Held. WHITTEMORE--Five tables of bridge were held at the home of Mrs. Alice CfcJry Monday evening in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hansen, who are moving to Emmetsburg next week. John Uhlenhake won men's high prize and Alice Calry the woman's. .' J Planned by 4-II Boys. SCARVILLE--A meeting of the 4-H Boys club will be held Wednesday evening at the home of Melbourne Bye. Attend Legion Conference. BELMOND--Mrs. Jack Wenzel and Mrs. George Brady attended the midwinter state conference of the auxiliary of the American Legion at Des Moines Monday. William Dempsey also attended the meeting of commanders, adjutants and service officers. Honored on Anniversary. LUVERNE--On the thirty-first wedding- anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kubly, farmers east of town, 25 of their neighbors came to spend the evening. Wife of Pastor IU. DUMONT--Mrs. H. M. Tlpsword, wife of the United Brethren pastor, is still confined to her bed most of the time since an attack of flu five weeks ago. Works on New Station. KIESTER, Minn.--Art Scherb started working on his new filling station yesterday on the corner where George Oberraeyer has his feed mill. M. Scherb intends to have the tanks down in a few days and may be ready for opening Saturday. Go to Minneapolis. LAKE MILLS--Mr. and Mrs. Ed Ruster and Bernice Holland left for Minneapolis. Mrs. Rusten who Is in poor health will receive medical care. Returns From St. Paul. ROCK FALLS--Mrs. William Maher returned to her home after spending several days visiting relatives In.St. Paul and Minneapolis. Given Farewell Party. CRYSTAL LAKE--A party was held Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. E. J. Peterson for Mrs. Rob Rasmussen who resided in Crystal Lake for more than 20 years and who will move with her family March 1 to Roland, a former home town. We Have MOVED Our Furniture Store Is NOW at 212 South Federal avenue . . . first door North ol the Bnehler Brothers meat market. Now back to our old location, where we were formerly located for over 20 years. JoeGoss FURNITURE STORE - 212 South Federal Ave, WILL OBSERVE 92NDl BIRTHDAY Johnson, Civil War Veteran, Is Oldest Resident of Corwith. CORWITH, Feb. 22.--A. A. Johnson, Corwith's last Civil war veteran and oldest citizen, will celebrate his ninety-second birthday Saturday. He has recovered from a recent illness and is able to take his customary walk each day. On Monday evening- he attended the father and son banquet at the Methodist church. Mr. Johnson came to Corwith 4G years ago and except for a few years has lived here since. He became ,the editor of Corwith's first paper, the Corwith Cresent, now the Corwith Hustler. After severing his connection with the Hustler, he established the Corwith Clipper which he later moved to Xetter. After disposing of this business, he went to South Dakota, where he took up a homestead, which he later sold and returned to Corwith and established a job printing plant which he still operates. Mr. Johnson was born in New York state. He served his country for nearly five' years, being given an' honorable discharge Nov. 21, 1863. In 1866 he was married to Elizabeth Engstrom. Mr. Johnson has three sons, George at Aurora, 111., Burr at Washington, Frank at San Francisco, three daughters, Laura at Rapid City, S. Dak., Mrs. Jennie Sawyer of Corwith and Miss Portia with whom he makes his home. Frank McKenna Funeral to Be Friday at Osage OSAGE, Feb. 22.--Frank McKenna, 77, died, early Wednesday following a long Illness. Mr. McKenna located In Osage in 1886, coming from Portage City, Wis. In 1S8G he was married to Nettle Laura Carter, widow of John Carter. One daughter, Tille, Mrs. Lloyd Conradt and four grandchildren and a stepdaughter, Mrs. Gus E. Swanson survive. Funeral services will be Friday afternoon in charge of the Rev. J. D. Kern with burial at Osage. Clarion Shippers to Hear Talk by Turner CLARION, Feb. 22.--The Clarion Co-Operative Shipping association will hold its annual dinner and meeting at the Methodist church March 7. Dinner will be at noon with a program following. Dan Turner, candidate for the republican nomination for governor, will ad- dresse the gathering. It is expected nearly 300 will be present. 200 Coulter Fathers and Sons Hear Dewey COULTER, Feb. 22.--The annual Father-Son banquet was held at the church parlors Wednesday evening. Two hundred fathers and sons were seated at the banquet table. The Rev. M. Dewey, pastor of the Lutheran church in - Dows, delivered the address. Two Seek Attorney Nomination. OSA.GE, Feb. 22.--Attorney Donald Chehock is announcing: his candidacy for nomination for the office of county attorney on the re publican ticket. 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