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18 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE FEBRUARY 7 テつキ 1931 OBJECTIONS WILL NOT DELAY BOVINE TUBERCULIN TESTS PETITIONS WILL NOT STOP LAW Thornburg Makes Statement to Attorneys for Objectors. DBS MOINES, Feb. 7. (INS)-There will be no arbitrary delay in aplying the tuberculin test to catU in counties where objections hav been raised except in accordanc with the orders of the court, accord ing to statements made by M. G Thornburg, secretary of agriculture to attorneys representing objector who have opposed the test. "We shall continue to enforce th law according to the interpretatio of the court," stated Mr. Thornburg when asked to delay the testing o all cattle owned by anyone whos name waa on a petition, regardles oj whether a stay order had bee granted by the court. "The recent decisions of the su preme court should settle all th questions about the cohstitutionalit or reasonableness of the Iowa law, declared Mr. Thornburg. "Therefor I shall not be a party to any ar bitrary delay, but shall continue t try to enforce the law as it is in terpreted by the courts." At a meeting held at Waterlo many of the former objectors i Black Hawk county decided t withdraw from any further legal ac tion. The cost of the legal proceed ings, together with the fact that th state had been successful in al cases, were given as the main red sons for abolishing any further pro . ceedlngs. Family at Crystal Lake Goes to Montana; Will Have 2 Sections of Lane CRYSTAL LAKE, Feb. 7--Mr. and Mrs. Emil Kyhl and two children and Albert Christenson and Lester Nelson left for Montana where Mr. Kyhl will start up farming 1 -on two sections 1,280 acres, of land lying close to his home there. On this land, te will - devote his 1 time to raising- alfalfa and cattle. Thursday evening a farewell' party ' was held at the home of Emil Nelson for the family. A reunion was held at the Swan Nelson home at Britt before the family left. LINCOLN STUDENT Joseph W. Fifer of Bloomington, m., Is said to be the only living ex-governor who knew Abraham Lincoln. He first met the martyred president in 1858 and admired him so greatly that, after Lincoln's death, he became a student of his career. Flfer characterizes Lincoln ns "the saddest human being" he ever saw. Funeral Rites for Edward Gaheen Helc LAWLER, Feb. .7.--Funeral services were held at Mt. Carmel church this morning for Edward Gaheen Chicago, who was found dead in his bed. The Rev. J. D. O'Donnel! officiated at the requiem high mass. Mr. Gaheen retired Wednesday night as usual without complaint of any illness. His landlady found him dead in bed the next morning. He was a brother of J. J. Gaheen of Lawler, T. .H. Gaheen of Calmar and WilJiam Gaheen of Des Moines. Principal Goes to Britt. WHITTEMORE, Feb. 7.--Miss jorraine Botsford, principal of the igh school, was taken from the hos- ita] to her home in Britt Thursay, suffering with rheumatism. Mrs. Leo Buttermore of West Bend" s substituting- for Miss Botsford., HERE AND THERE テつサ テつサ テつサ テつサ * * * * * * テつサ * * * * * テつォ *~ Miscellaneous Items From .100 Globe-Gazette Correspondents in North Iowa and Minnesota Go to Kiester. SCARVILLE--Mrs. S. p. Solo- mouson and daughter, Cath'eryn, accompanied by the pastor's wife, Mrs. S. J. Fretheim, r attended the meeting of the Mission circle at the home of. Mrs. Swan Greene at Kiester, Minn. Leaves for Gowrie. LATTMER--Fred Madsen, Sr., left for Gowrie where he will remain the remainder of the winter with his son, George, and wife. Returns From Osage. SWALEDALE--Mrs. HattieKnox has gone to Osage and Mrs. J. W. Ingham has returned from there. They are helping take care of a new baby arrival at home of Mrs. Ingham's daughter. Reports on i Convention. DOWS--The Blaine Farm Bureau held a meeting at the Harry Adams home; Mrs. H. E. Boyington gave a report of the state convention at Des Moines. A one-act play was given and announcements of the work made by County Agent Romey. Is Visiting in Algona. RUDD--Mrs. A. B. Allen is staying in Algona with her sister, Mrs. Johnson, who is seriously ill. テつキAttends Dealers Meeting. NORA SPRINGS--Roy Sheckler attended a furniture dealers' meeting in Minneapolis the'first part of the week. Visited at Siren. GLENVILLE, Minn.--A. M. Field spent a few days at Siren, Wis., visitiagr his daughter, Mrs. Ren Palmerton. Returns.to Stilson. STILSON--Mrs. Ira Tompson who has spent several weeks with Mr. and Mrs. Jack Weiland, near Ackley, returned home. Goes to Wisconsin. CALMAR--Mrs. Herbert Moe returned Thursday night to her home in Janesville, Wis., after spending a few days visiting relatives here. Women Will Meet. COULTER--The women of the south cemetery association will meet at the home of Mrs. Chris Fohansen Feb. 12. Mrs. Martin Johansen will assist as hostess. YOUR IOWA One Interesting Fact Every Day About the State You Are Proud to Call Your Own! The number of automobiles and trucks operated in Iowa, records compiled by officials have shown, is now 85,868. MOST IMPRESSIVE SAVINGS IrV 24 Y E A R S ! A BIG StX priced like a four A POWERFUL EIGHT . . . A BRILLIANT KNIGHT . . TWO TV'EW WILLYS TRUCKS \ テつキ These new Willys cars are the finest values ever offered in this Company's 24 years of building superior automobiles f. . . More than 100 definite improvements result in greater beauty, greater comfort, greater roominess, greater safety, better performance ... Bigger bodies, increased overall length, 58%" inch tread... Smooth, powerful motors; improved trans- missions, quieter in operation . . . Substantial price savings --some models are $700 less than last year's similar types. Superintendent Returns. SWALEDALE-^Supt. C. F. Belchner has returned from Fayette' and will soon resume his work at school. Mr. and Mrs. Rosebrook are with him for a few days. John Johansen Recovers. COULTER--John Johansen, who has been ill the past two months with heart disease, has recovered and is able to be up and about again Class of 17 Initiated. DOWS--Star lodge, K. of P., took a class of 17 into the page degree. The Clear Lake team exemplified the work. A "smoker" and socia: hour followed. Attend Tuttle Rites. GARNER--Mr. and Mrs. William Kenyon and Mr. and Mrs. Edwarc Rhodes attended the funeral of Mrs F. May Tuttle, Osage. Mr. Kenyon and Mr. Rhodes were cousins o Mrs. Tuttle. Has'Large Contract. GARNER--Milo Brown started .to shell three.carloads of corn for Aar vig and White three miles east o Garner Friday. This Is the largest corn shelling job in this territory approximately 5,000 bushels purchased by the Farmers Co-operative at 48 cents a bushel. lie turned frqm Rochester. GLENVILLE, Minn.--Mrs. E. H Brabic has returned from Rochester where she underwent an operation a few weeks ago. She is recovering Returns to Hutchlns. HUTCHINS--Mr. and Mrs. Anton Weiland and son,. Richard, returned Friday after visiting with various relatives at Parkersburg. Honored at Shower. ROWAN--Miss Izetta Fletcher was honored at a prenuptial shower at the home of Mrs. p. A. French. Her marriage to Olaf Anderson of Holmes, will he in the near future. Leaves for Indiana. COULTER--WUhelm Christensen left for Knox, Ind., where he will be employed in a factory during le summer, Is Reported Improving. FLOYD--E. A. Kenyou who has been seriously iU is reported 1m- iroving. Goes to テつキRochester. BURT--Thomas Trenary went to Rochester, . Minn., where he ex- )ected to be operated on for ulcers )f the stomach. Coaches Declam Students. FERTILE-^Mrs. J. Pj Carmiche' of Clarion Is here coaching the high school students taking part in the declamatory contest. Student Comes Home. ALGONA--Joe Sheppard spen Thursday and Friday with his par ents, Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Sheppard Joe is attending Creighton univer sity at Omaha. Write Examinations. SCARVILLE--Rural eighth grade pupils met here Friday to write the county eighth grade examinations given by Supt. C. B. Johnson. Amiga Circle Meets. CLARION--The Amiga circle waa entertained at the home of Mrs. J. L. Sullivan with Mrs. O. J. Pardun as the hostess Thursday afternoon. Mrs. G. J. Mac, associate, had "sewing contest," Mrs. Ralph Music Program Arranged. CHAPIN--The Philathea class of he Methodist Sunday, achool is giv- ng a musical and literary program n the church Saturday evening. Birthday Is Celebrated. FLOYD--Mrs. Austin Scott en- :ertained friends at a birthday party Friday evening .in honor of ler brother, Keith Sivert of Rudd. Came From Chicago. SHEFFIELD--Mr. and Mrs. Hans Westenberger, Chicago, are visiting at the home of his parents, the Rev. and Mrs. J. Westenberger. Fails to Improve. LATTMER--Rex Miller, who for the second time since his operation entered the Lutheran hospital for treatment, is not improving much. Brot Home From Hospital. HUTCHINS--Mrs. Everett Sheets and infant son were brot home Friday from the Mercy hospital . at Mason City. Is Slightly Improved. FERTILE--Ross Hill, who has been ill with pneumonia, is reportei to be a little better. Synod School Closed. SCARVILLE;--The Synod church school was closed Friday due to the illness of the instructor, Miss Laura Inglbritson. Followup Meeting Held. CRYSTAL LAKE--The home project followup meeting was helc at the Albert Gerdes home Wednes day. The object was to make serv ing trays. Returns to Scarville, SCARVILLE--Miss Ruby Yine man, who recently underwent an op eration at Mason City, returned to her home and is convalescing. Visiting at Jesup. GLENVILLE, Minn.--Mrs. John Beckel has gone to Jesup for a visl with her daughter, Mrs. D. E Rogers. i Are From Remsen. SWALEDALE--The Rev. and Mrs. テつキ Whitford are entertaining their daughter, Mrs. Leroy, Frear of Remsen, and their son. Buys Housp at Swaledale. SWALEDALE--Mr. and Mrs. Al rred Anderson have purchased the William Leonard residence and wil soon occupy it. /Are Parents of Son. RUDD--A boy was born to Mr and Mrs. Charles Roy Friday morn- CITIZENSHIP IS GIVEN TO FIVE Settlement Is Made Out of Court in Will Contest at Hampton.' HAMPTON, Feb. 6.--Papers of citizenship in the United States were granted to five Franklin coun- :y residents by Judge H. E. Fry of Boone who is on the bench at the February term of court. Those receiving 'the papers were Mr. and Mrs. Anders C. Nielson, Geneva; Ejnar Maynus Danielson and De- mitrious Antoriioa Pattas, Sheffield and Alfred Walters, Hampton. A settlement was made out of court by a stipulation by the heirs and other legatees in the case of the attempt to contest the will of J. M Stout which was scheduled for trial by jury. Frank H. Dirst, B. Y. Crom and R. F. Slee were appointed by Judge Fry as inheritance and collatera tax appraisers for Franklin county for 1931 and R. L. Saley was re appointed .as a member of the county Insane commission for another terms of two years. r W I L L Y S MB THRIFTY-RUY テつキ.UAMTY *9S U 1W5 t* uテつサs テつキWtUfm Elthl Smith winning the prize. Bridge Club Sleets ROCKFORD-^-Mrs. Eleanor Yen- erich and Mrs. Helen Walker entertained the afternoon bridge.club at the former's home Thursday. High honors were awarded Mrs. Mabel Galvin and were Persis Merrick. Win In Bridge Game. ROCKFORD--Dr. and Mrs. C. B Yenerich entertained the Senior bridge club at their home Thursday evening. High honors were won by Mrs. Lynn Smith and Roy Crabtree 275 Take Examinations. ALGONA--State . eighth grade examinations were given here Friday. About 275 children wrote the tests. Road Machine Added. GARNER--The Hancock county board of supervisors added one more Came From Des Moines. NORA SPRINGS--Newell Bright of Des Moines was a visitor at the lome of his parents, Mr. and Mrs Frank Bright. . Visiting at Garner.. テつキ:., . 'GARNER--Mr. and Mrs. JSffiF Smith, Sheffield, 111., are visiting ten days in the Dave and Sam Smith, homes. Mrs. Howe Is 111. GLENVILLE, Minn.--Mrs. John Howe is quite ill at the home of her son, E. P. Howe. Returns to Cltirksville. CLARKSVILLE--Miss Iris Molsberry, who was employed in 'a big department store in Milwaukee, has resigned her position and returned home. Mrs. Hofstetter Is III. CALMAR--Mrs. Charles Hof- tetter has been ill the past week. Are Parents of Son. ROWAN--Mr. and Mrs. Carroll tordis, Klemme, are the parents of a son born at the home of Mrs. Cordis 1 parents, Mr. and Mrs. James rleasoner, at Rowan. Former Resident Visits. COULTER -- Chris Zander of 3maha was in Coulter Friday looking after business matters. Mr Zander formerly resided here. Dancing Party Sponsored. FLOYD--Mr. and Mrs. And: Rennier sponsored a dancing party at the R. N. A. hall Friday evening Submits to Operation. SHEFFIELD--H. C. Liekweg submitted to a major operation a the Lutheran hospital in Hampton Friday. Bazar Is Planned. LATIMER--The Methodist Aic society is planning a supper am bazar. Mrs. A. Hanson and Maud Liverjnore were appointed on th publicity committee. New Shop Is Opened. SWEA CITY--The Burt and Sey ler butcher shop opened for busi ness today. The shop is located i the 'old Farmers Savings ban! building which was bought by th KLEMME WOULD LIKE TO CHANGE Senator* Try to Alter Recorc of Votes on Expense Account. DES MOINES, Feb. 7. senate's refusal to repeal the legis lative expense account act cpntin ued to echo in the upper house. Senator W. H. Klemme of Winne shiek county said that the Journa recorded him as voting for killin the repeal bill, but that he had in tended to vote "No." His request fo a correction threw the chamber int debate as to whether It was a typ ograpbical error or a change of hi vote. It was finally held that the cor rection could not be made. Senator O. P. Bennett of Mon county said that If Klemme'a vot were changed, he also wished t transfer his vote to "no." This le Senator B. M. Stoddard of Wood bury county, sponsor of the repea bill to suggest that several othe senators migh wish to change an bring the bil! back to life. There's some good in a bald spot It's, the only thing that can mak some men reflect.--Midwest Review 3gren Is President of Country. Club at Algona ALGONA, Feb. 7.--Newly elected fficers of the Country club were: Ubert Ogren, president; Glenn Buhanan, vice president; R. W. Horigan, secretary; E. J. Gilmore, reasurer. P. J. Christensen, K. J. mith Burt; R. W. Horrigan, Dr. L. D. Adams and D. E. Dewel were hoseu for three year terms on the joard of directors. Ackley Man Heads Farm Business Association AMES, Feb. 7.--J. M. Hunt, Ackey, was elected president of the Farm Business association, an organization of farmers Interested in :he work of the agricultural economics experiment station'and in studying better farm business methods. WILLHOUR RITES HELD AT DOWS Wife, Four Children Survive Man, 67, Who Died Suddenly. DOWS, Feb. 7.--Hiram Willhbuft 67, who died suddenly Tuesday evening, was Buried yesterday afteijf upon. Tho not In the best of health, he was able to cut and haul-wood Tuesday. Mr. Willhour was born near Coxey, 111., and came to this community 48 .years ago. About 40 years ago he was married to Miss Minia Armstrong at Hampton. He leaves his wife and four children The funeral was held at the Methodist church, the Rev. John Waterman in charge, with burial at Mt Hope cemetery. New Things for Baby's Spring Wardrobe . , . Of course they deserve special attention and we have taken great care to find just the very things they will like. And we are sure mothers will like them, too, because they are so clever and the prices are just right. You will find the cutest little dresses, coats, blankets, bonnets and, oh, so many different things. Come in and visit our Infant's Dept. And the prices ar'e surprisingly low . . . --BALCONY- YouDo the Best 495 S A F E T Y G L A S S ALL A R O U N D AT S M A L L EXTRA 'CQST i RETAIL SALESMEN WANTED. DEALERS WANTED IN OPEN TERRITOKy Hathorn Auto Company 108-11 FIRST ST. S. E. DISTRIBUTOR ona Motor Salei Armstrong -- Hans P. Wfuff Ayrshire-- Otlo Johnson Belmond -- Charles J. John.snn Buffalo Cテつォntテつォr~~Bob Heltfand Corwfth -- Annand Tabb Charles City -- Ed Mattel on C/arfon -- Caim/chaテつォJ Motor Co. CTear Lmlre-- Overland StaAon Co. Cryjtal Lalre -- Iveraon and Anderson Rows Saterlee Garage Grove-^Etafforth Motor Sales Katnervlllft -- Bテつォnテつサon Motor Co. Halt -- 3obn Paulson Faulkner -- Faulkner Motor Co. Fortat City-- B. C. WhlllM Floyd -- FInyd Motor Service Warner -- Whippet Service Sfatfnn Hampton -- 'YVlUard Rattery Station Hansel!-- J. n. Randall Kanawha -- H. H. Blckena MASON CITY laittmer--T. G. I*emke Lnverne--T.uvemp, Aulo i Machine Co. Marble Rofk--Marble Rock Garage Otrenlo--Otrnnlo Garage Rockford--C. M. Anrand KtcnvHIe--r.. MriBhrr Rudd--Zlmmer Aato fo. Kwea City--F. A. Gritrilh Tllonka--Falk Molor Co. ronl--Oundentnn Motor Co. road machine, an Austin-Northwest ern excavator, to their recent pur chase of nine new modern road ma chines. Convention Delegates Chosen. ALLISON--The meeting of the American Legion auxiliary was hel at the home of Mrs. E. E. Wilder Thursday evening. Mrs. John Fol kers and Mrs. Claude Crawford as sisted with serving. Mrs. J. H. Wei land and Mrs. Fred C. Voighta were elected as delegates to attend th presldent-secretarys' convention in Des Moines Feb. 23. Mrs. James Leach and Mrs. F. A. Fisher were chosen as alternates. Valentine Party Held. CLARION--The Progress clu 1 met with Mrs. Lloyd Strom for the annual valentine party Thursday afternoon. $29 Reported as Profit ROCKFORD--At the oyster sup per served by the American Legion auxiliary in the Masonic hall th- unit made $29. Attends Chicago Convention. ALGONA--D. C. Mahon ia in Chicago this week attending a con vention. Aro Visiting In Garner. GARNER--Mrs. Charles Papon sek and baby of Belmond are spend ing a few days in the Chris Jacob: home. * partners. This is the second shop i the city. Come From Massachusetts. BURT--Mrs. Otto Kraushaar an daughter, Jo Ann, arrived Thursda from Cambridge, Mass. Mrs. Krau shaar was called here by the ser ious illness of her mother, Mrs. O P. McDonald. Daughter Weighs 11 Pounds. テつキ FERTILE--An 11 pound girl wa born to Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Evenso Thursday. Teacher Is 111. SCARVILLE--Miss Frieda Ja cobs, grammar grade instructor, i HI at the Fred Yineman home. Move at Latimer. LATIMER--Mr. and Mrs. Freddi Madaen rented the Jeffory Pears residence, vacated by Alva Grahb and family and moved into it Thurs day. Mr. and Mrs. Grabbe move on a farm near Latimer. Takes Grade Exams. LELAND--Rural pupils who too eighth grade examinations Frlda under Miss Agnes .Colby were Bar bara and Andrew Engebretson, Juli Lange and Cornelia and Arthu Lange. Attends Lumber Convention CHAPIN--F. R. Mallory, man ager of the Woodford-Wheeler Lum her company, was in Des Moines a tending a lumberman's convention He returned home Thursday. r Don't : be SORRY Vy YEAR FROM TODAY . . . don't wish you had started a savings account -- Do it today! A savings account can mean greater happiness for you and your family. FIRST \ MASON CIT x \VIC BANK AFFILIATED WITH NORTHWEST BA Affiliated with Northwest Bancorporation W7 CORPORATION r^ncbincd Resources Oテつサer $495,000,000 l \ 1 /* -J " -

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