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February 26, 1934

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 5

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FEBRUARY 26 1034 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE FIVE GAR ACCIDENT DEATHS AND INJURIES INCREASE IN IOWA NEW BANK WILL OPEN MARCH 1 $60,000 Is Paid Up Capital and Surplus of Hancock County National. -GARNER, Feb. 26.--The Hancock County National bank will open here March 1 wlta a paid up capital and surplus of $60,000. The institution, organized during the past 90 days, will conduct a general banking business. The bank will be located in the modern banking quarters formerly occupied by the Farmers' National bank. The new bank will succeed the Farmers National bank which has been operating under conservator since the banking holiday one year ago. The new bank will purchase selected assets from the old bank under what is known as the Spokane plan of purchase and sale contract, paying cash in an amount sufficient to enable the conservator to pay a 60 per cent dividend through the new hank to all depositors of the old bank after the opening day of the new bank. All new unit deposits made since the banking holiday are available through the new hank on the opening day Officers of the new bank are: C H. Nelson, president; J. S. Wesson, vice president; Nat A. Buck, vice president and cashier. Directors are: William Boehnke, N. E. Brear, Nat A. Buck, Albert Jante, John A. Love and J. S. Wesson. Employes of the new bank Include H. L. Ollenburg and William L. Baggs, Farewell Party Given Hayfield Pair by 100 Friends and Neighbors HAYFIELD, Feb. 26.--Mr. and Mrs. Victor C. Waideck were sur- r~j'desd at their farm home Friday ' v ':enlng when about 100 old time friend and neighbors gathered at their home for a' farewell reception. Mr. WalCeck recently had a farm sale as he and his wife are moving: next week to their fine home in Garner which was purchased a few years ago to be ready when their time of active farming was expired. Mr. Waideck purchased his farm more than 30 years ago and this will be the third time of moving in 35 years of married life. The home farm and another nearby farm owised by Mr. Waideck have been rented on a share proposition. ites for Baker, 81, Are Held in Kanawba KANAWHA, Feb. 26.--Funeral services were held yesterday at the Kanawha Methodist church for William H. Baker, 81, who died Thursday. The Rev. E. Briggs officiated. Mr. Baker, one of the pioneers of this" vicinity, is survived by six children, Mrs. George McNeiah and Mrs. Archie Ames of · Kanawha, Mark L. Baker of Des Moines, William Baker of Bruce, S. Dak., George Q. Baker of Nebraska City, Nebr., and Jessie E. Baker of Selah, Wash. Mrs. Baker and a daughter preceded Mr. Baker in death. All of the children, except Jesse, were here for the funeral. Former Resident Visitor. RUDD--Ray Little of Watertown, S. Dak., was a Rudd visitor Friday aud Saturday, having visited a brother in Charles City. Mr. Little was at one time a resident of Rudrt, his father being editor and publisher of the Rudd Review. PILES Relief at Lasi! No more torture! Walk, alt and sleep In comfort. Go to the stool without dread, ForPazo piolmcnt absolutely putn nn end to Pllesuffcr- ing of all forma -- Blind. Itch- inR, Bleeding and Protrudingi Pazo does the three thing:;! necessary (1) It soothes--TO llevea the florcneas and in flammailon. (2) It heals- repairs the torn tissue. (3) It absorbs-- dries up the excess mucus and reduces the swol- Jeri blood vessels which are Piles. The method of application matea Para doubly effective. Special Pllo Pipe attached to tuba permits application hEgh up In rectum ao all parts arc thoroofthly medicated. Get PAZO today and realize the rtli ef In store for yoal 5 Sotith Federal--Mason City W. RY. NTIT..., COAL .... $6.5O ton lie) $6.53 too $8.OO ton $S.5O ton W. KY. LUMP SO. ILU GUMP cF/anUIEn Count?) Above Coals Beat in Their Respective Fields. WHY PAY MORE? Wolf Bros. PHONE IMS H E R E A N D T H E R E · · * » * * « e * * * * « · * « » * * Miscellaneous Items Prom 125 Globe-Gazette Correspondents in North Iowa and Minnesota Guests From Blue Earth, WH1TTBMORE--Mr. and Mrs. Albert Eisele and family of Blue Earth, Minn., visited Thursday with Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Eisele. Mr. Eisele returned home the same evening- but Mrs. Slsele and children will remain until Sunday when Mr. Eiaele will come back after them. Ucturu From California, EAGLE GROVE--Dr. and Mrs. George H. Martin returned from San Francisco where they were called by word that a serious accident had happened to their daughter, Mildred, who was run down by an automobile as she was returning from lunch. It is now understood that she will recover. Daughter Is III. RUDD--The 15 months old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Fields suffered a convulsion Thursday. Suffers Pain After Injury. LAKOTA--J. H. Warburton is suffering severe pain In his right hand as a result of an Injury when the first two fingers were pulled off. A rope caught his fingers while he was untying a horse. Hostess at Tea. THOMPSON--Mrs. Alice Shut- telworth, chairman, and her circle of the local M E. aid entertained at a Washington tea at the town hall Thursday afternoon. Refreshments were served to 45 guests. Entertain nt Shower. CORWITH--Mrs. P. E. Walley and Miss Gertrude Jackman entertained at a miscellaneous shower in honor of Mrs. Archie Nelson at the home of the former Thursday evening. Mrs. Nelson is the former IVTiss Bonnita Morgan, fifth grade teacher in the Convith schools, who will leave this week for her new home in Kanawha. Bridge was played at five tables during the evening with high score going to Miss Ingrid Feuger. Meet In Mnyne Home. LEDYARD--The Methodist Ladies Aid society met at the home of Mrs. Howard Mayne Thursday afternoon. Assisting hostesses were Mrs. Frank Kelly and Mrs. Joe Mayne. Go To Funeral. LELAND--Mrs. C. H. Cleveland, George Rygmyr, Mrs. Simon Albertson and Mrs. Martin Rollefson went to Walnut Grove, Minn., Friday to attend the funeral of Phyllis Ryg' myr, 17, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Cady Rygmyr. The young woman's father Is Mrs. Cleveland's stepson. Honored on Birthday. OSAGE--Anton Iverson was honored with a surprise birthday party Friday evening at hla home, about 20 guests being present. An evening at 500 closed with a luncheon. Visitors From Chicago. HANSELL--Miss Marian Eustlcc and Elizabeth Hannah from Chicago are visiting at their home and attended the basketball tournament at Hansell. Held for Teacher. LATIMER--A farewell parly was held in the schoolhouse by the seventh and eighth grades and teacher for Edna Imcrman Friday evening. Next week the Imerman family will move from Latinaer to a farm northeast of here. Honored on Birthday. WHITTEMORE -- A number of women surprised Mrs. W. T. Oliver Friday afternoon on her birthday. Visitor From Northfleld. F E R T I L E -- Ralph Summers Morthfield, Minn., was a week-end ·juest at the Andrew Oppedahl home. Displays Oldest Quilt. THORNTON--Many attended the Old Relic and Quilt display given in the M. E. church annex. The oldest quilt there was 150 years old. It was shown by Mrs. W. D. Hopley to whom it belongs. It was In the fern leaf pattern. The display was put on by a division of the Ladles Aid. Visits AVith Parents. MANLY--Dorrainc Pinta, who is a student at Iowa State Teachers college, spent the week-end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Pinta. , Papers Arc Presented. CALMAR--The last regular meeting of the Study club was held at the home of Mrs. Opal Becker. The program included two papers which were read by Mrs. Hainesa and Mrs. Esther Weselmann. Contract Is I-et. WHITTEMORE -- The contract for the new well at the Farmers creamery was let to the Varner company, Dunuque. The work begac Saturday morning. Clara Olson To Speak. LELAND--At the Parent-Teachers meeting at the schoolhouse on Friday evening, Miss Clara Olson of Forest City, county superintendent of schools, will speak on the topic, "What Constitutes a Good School?" Library Benefit Planned, LAKE MILLS--A varied program will be given by the grade pupils at the high school auditorium Monday evening. This is a library benefit program and the proceed? will be used to mirchase new books for the nubile library. Homox-.oming Is Hfild. NORA SPRINGS--A homecom- inpf convention Is being held Saturday and Sunday at the Baotist church by the Christian and Missionary Alliance members. The Rev. A. P. Voth of Superior. Wls.. will be the special speaker. Services will be held at 7:-15 both evenings and at 11 in the morning. Recovering From Operation. PLYMOUTH--Mrs. Andrew Anderson, four miles east of town. Is recovering from an operation In a hospital at Osage. YOUR IOWA An Interesting Fact Qally Ahout tho State Vou Arc Proud to Call Your Own! Two hundred eighty-one girls' sketball teams have been entered in sectional tournaments in Iowa. 50 A.'ijnd Anniversary. LEDYARD--Fifty friends and neighbors gathered at the home of Mr. and Mrs Joe Mayne and surprised them on their silver wedding anniversary. The evening was spent playing 500. Attended Ministerial Meeting. NORA SPRINGS--The Rev. C. A. Burkhart, pastor of the Church of Christ, has been in Des Moines attending a three days' ministerial meeting of the Church of Christ. Dr. Genrge Hamilton, a friend of the Rev. Mr. Burkhart, waa the principal speaker. Submits to Operation. ROCK FALLS--Mr. and Mrs. Harold Bohnsen received word that their elgteen months old daughter, Mary J.. submitcd to an operation at the children's hospital at Iowa City Friday. Washington Program Given. CORWITH--Mrs. Ray McKim entertained Hawthorne camp, R. N. A., at her home Thursday afternoon with Mrs. S. S. Young assistant hostess. A Washington's birthday program in charge of Mrs. Earl Francis included a vocal duet by Mrs. J. W. Duckett and Mrs. Young and two readings on Washington and the furniture of hia time, by Mrs. P. E. Walley and Mrs. Francis. Dud and Lad Meeting Planned. NORA SPRINGS--There will be a "Dad and Lad" meeting held at the Methodist church Monday evening at 8 o'clock. Honored at Shower. LAKE MILLS--A miscellaneous shower in honor of Mrs. H. O. Hodgmim was given on Friday afternoon at the Methodist church. Mrs. Hodgman, who before her recent marriage was Alva Hlntz, received many beautiful gifts. CWA Worker Injured. OSAGE--Elmer Enfield, CWA worker, was admitted Thursday evening to Nissen hospital for treatment for an eye injury. Leave for California. iMNTIRE--Mi. and Mrs. T. R. Flack, Jr., who were recently married and have been visiting relatives here, left Friday for their new home at Los Angeles, Cal., by auto. Before her marriage Mrs. Flack was Miss Katheryn Johnson, daughter of W. H. Johnson, west of McIntire. Visit In Cfinr Kupids. T H O M P S O N--Mr. and Mrs. Howard Lathrop and Miss Clara Munson motored to Cedar Rapids Saturday morning to spend the week-end with Mr. Lathrop's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Floy Lathrop. They will also attend the basketball game at Iowa City Saturday evening. Homo From Arkansas. LEDYARD--Reuben Green and Anton Anderson, wha have been with the C. C. C. the past year, arrived home from Thurston, Ark. Initiated Into Society. FLOYD--Miss Ruth Jacobson vlio attends I. S- T. C., at Cedar Falls was initiated as a member of the Eta chapter of Theta Upsllon, National Baptist society. 16 MORE KILLED IN '33 THAN '32 Number of Mishaps Lowers as Degree of Severity Goes Upward. lon-a'v death toll in 1933 from motor vehicle accidents showed an increase of 1G over 1032, according to the annual report announced Monday by the office of the secretary of state, Mrs. Alex Miller. According to figures compiled by John L. Mansfield, the 1933 toll reached 546, as compared with 530 in 1932. This Increase was viewed as significant by safety officials who pointed to the fact that since 1930 decreases had been reported each year. In 1030 tho peak toll was reached with 645 lives. In 1031 this waa reduced to 582 and In 1930 had been cut to 530. Injuries Show Increase. Despite the fact that the death toll increased last year, a drop ivas shown in the number of accidents reported, the figure for 1932 being 13.G12 and that for 1933, 13,268. However, the number of persons injured showed a startling increase, the total for 1932 being 8,6-18 which in 1933 had mounted to 13,623. An increase was also suffered in the pedestrian toll. In 1932 there were 124 killed while in 15)33 the number was 15U. There were 1,492 pedestrians injured in 1932 and 1,549 in 1933. 031 Drivers Drinking. There were 16,472 male drivers involved in accidents in 1D33 and 2,024 female drivers, according to the report. A total of 2,833 drivers failed to state their sex. Only 54 drivers were under 16 years old. The report stated that 631 drivers had been drinking, while 64 fell asleep, 100 stated tlleir view was obstruct- NORTH IOWA AUTO TOLL COUNTY Accidents Reported Persona Killed Persons [n Jar eel re,]es- Kilt" 3 ! xg e.£~ a 3 G ^ = 3 JT S Allamakee . Bremer Butler Cerro Gordo Chickasaw . Clay Clayton Emmet Fayctte Floyd Franklin Hancock .. . Hardln Howard .... Humbol'Jt .. Kossuth Mitchell Palo Alto .. Winnebago . Winneshlek . Worth Wright 1032 . 24 . (JO . 10 .246 . 25 . 44 . 36 . 38 . uO . 74 . 39 . 48 .110 . 13 . 18 . 72 . 24 . SO . 2G . 53 . 23 . 39 1633 1531 1832 1033 1832 1933 1932 1933 1933 1933 48 04 37 254 57 48 52 61 83 134 53 47 1)2 45 72 88 59 31 08 56 52 2 7 1 10 1 2 4 1 7 0 4 3 V 1 5 2 1 12 1 4 1 5 3 2 C 4 * 5 11 2 8 ·i ·I 0 1 3 G 3 21 87 17 160 27 51 43 38 89 39 00 4S 74 24 27 00 19 26 31 33 24 32 93 161 60 21G 85 40 70 106 138 110 113 70 134 71 140 135 35 85 35 73 114 80 8 32 4 39 10 11 10 IS 20 20 12 16 26. 14 19 10 5 16 8 11 9 7 ed and 106 were blinded by headlights. Another significant feature of tlie report was that in 1932 1,705 children were killed and injured while in 1933 the figure was 2,280. Accidents were most numerous on Sunday, followed by Saturday, Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Tuesday and Friday. Peak hour for accidents was from 0 p. m. to 7 p. m. Home From Lnmont. PLYMOUTH-- Everett Graves, in a CCC camp near Lamont, spent Saturday and Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Graves. Given Farewell Tarty. RUDD-- Seven families surprised the members of the Louis Lacostc family Friday night, as they will soon move to Rudd. Cresco Students will Give Concert Tuesday CRESCO, Feb. 28.-- Contest numbers and other selections will bo given by the Cresco high school orchestra in the annual presentation concert to be held In the school gymnasium Tuesday evening. Individual selections will be presented by: aichard Barnes, violin; Floyd Wentworth, violin; WUda. Halliday, cello; string quartet; Donald Mnland, Floyd Wentworth, Richard Barnes and Wilda Halliday. The high school band will also present a concert on Tuesday evening, March G. Both the orchestra and band are under direction of B. Keith Popcjoy of the high school faculty. FLAMES DAMAGE BITTNER HOME Fredericksburg Residence Blaze Is Originated From Stove. FREDERICKSBURG, Feb. 26 . Firo ivhicli he said he Relieved originated from a leaking gasoline stove caused considerable damage yesterday to the five room house occupied by L. L. Bittner, who lived alone. The loss was estimated between $200 and $200. Mrs. Prudy Mnir ot Waterloo owns the house. When Mr. Bittner lighted the stove, flumes spread out in tho kitchen, burning the interior of this room, destroying his clothes and bedding 'n an adjoining room. Teacher to Take Role in Kanawha Operetta Because Pupil Is 111 KANAWHA, Feb. 26.--The annual high school glee club operetta will be presented Tuesday evening at the Tull Corn theater. The name oJ the operetta is "Miss Cherry Blossom." Mary Blomgi en, who was to have played the role of "Misa Cherry Blossom," Is 111 at her homo with pneumonia but in order that the operetta could be presented ng scheduled, Miss Imogcne Anderson, school music teacher, Is playing the part cast for Miss Blomgren. Birthdays Arc Celebrated. RAKE--A large crowd attended the chicken dinner served at the Zion church parlors. A program was given in honor of George Washington's birthday. It was the birthday of the Rev. Mr. Benson, Mrs. A. A, Sheldon and Supt. J. w. Lindsay. "l A. ,S*,1 fe \Y .S? Miss Elizabeth Harben, Secretary, Garden City, L. I., says: "I know that deep-sea diving calls for healthy nerves. But) believe me, you can also fee! plenty of real nervestrainbeinga secretary to a busy office executive! Telephones, callers, dictation, and a million other demands all take tlieir toll. As to smoking--I smoke a great deal, but I'm carefulinthechoiceof mycigarettes. Ipre- fer Camels. They don't make my nerves jumpy, and 1 like their flavor better." Frank Crilley, Champion Deep-Sea Diver, says: "Deep down under 300 feet of water, working feverishly under terrific pressure -- no place for a nervous man! A diver's nerves must always be in perfect condition. I smoke Camels and have smoked them for years. They arc a milder cigarette and they taste better. They never upset my nervous system." ;\ How Are YOUR Nerves? Do your responsibilities give you that"dragged through a knothole" feeling? 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