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Mason City, Iowa
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Wednesday, December 13, 1933
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'DECEMBER 13 1933 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE FIVE BATTLE TO SAVE IOWA WHITE PINE IN NORTH IOWA STARTS SURVEY OF 10 COUNTIES BEGINS Overlapping of Work With C. C. C. Camps Will Be Avoided. AMES, D'JC.-13. UP)--The battle to save leva's white pine is on in earnest. A systematic survey of 10 North Iowa countless to locate all white pine stands and other evergreen shelterbelts began today under the direction o£ Donald Lubberts, state leader of white pine blister rust control work. The check-up, authorized by Iowa CWA officials, enables control measures for the deadly blister rust disease to proceed on a more extensive basis, Lubberta asserted. Civilian conservation corps camps have been doing eradication work throughout the state during the past six months. Corro Uordo included. '·} Twenty men will start work, two 3 in each of 10 counties not within H working distance of the CCC camps, · | thus eliminating any over-lapping ot : jwork being done by the conservation (army, Lucoerta said. ' j The counties in 'which work was \ to start today: Blackhawk, Bremer, i ! Butler, Floyd, Mitchell, Franklin j Cerro Gordo, Worth, Winnebago ana Hancock. "The work this winter will be a pre-eradication survey to locate all lj stands of white pine and other evcr- {n greens," Lubberts explained. "Actual '*· eradication work will be done next ? spring. Nothing of this kind has r ever 0eeh done before in Iowa ex-. Mrs. S. KatterHenry Dies Following Long Illness at Hospital Mrs. Sophia Katterhenry, 82, who resided on a form near Mason City with her son, Edward, died at a local hospital Tuesday afternoon at 5:45 o'clock, following a lingering illness. She was taken to the hospital Nov. 2 when she accidentally fractured her hip. The body was taken to a Garner funeral home. HERE AND THERE » » * « » * # * » » » » * » * » * » Miscellaneous Items From 125 Globe-Gazette Correspondents in North Iowa and Minnesota Will Entertain Auxiliary. RUDD--Mcsdames Laura Klemesrud and Gea Norby will be hostesses to the American Legion auxiliary Monday evening, Dec. 18. Visitor From Wisconsin. FLOYD--Mrs. Crawford, New cept by the CCC this summer fail. Disease Is Active. and "The disease is active and moving in Wiscots-m ana Minnesota. We aim to build up a 'burt'er' state in Iowa to protect the existing white pine stands." Lubberta estimated there are more, than 4,000 white pine shelter- belts In the state and about 2,000 acres of native white pine in northeastern Iowa. He said the disease was first brought to this country from Europe early this century and since then has spread throughout Tolstad Home Damaged by Flames at Decorah DECORAH, Dec. 13.--A fire, thought to have originated from a kerosene stove, late yesterday afternoon did much damage to the residence of Gilbert Tolstad on Goone island, in West Decorah. Mr. Tolstad was not at home when the fire broke out. Several upstairs rooms were badly damaged. Work Starts on Iowa U Fine Arts Colony IOWA CITY, Dec. 13.--Three years of planning for the University of Iowa's fine art colony, following the gift of ?100,000 by the Carnegie corporation ended as actual labor was started. Scores of workmen, vanguard of the 200 who eventually will labor on the building, broke ground on the riverside site Just opposite Iowa Union. Actual construction will begin in about two weeks. The coat is estimated at about 5180,000 with about $82,000 being a grant from the federal public works administration. Nine months will be required in which to complete the colony. Richmond, Wia., visited her daughter, Mies Cornelia Crawford, a teacher in the Floyd school. In Clinic at Rochester. GORDONSVTLLE Minn. -- Walter Broitzmaa ia at the Mayo clinic in Rochester taking treatments for rheumatism. Hawley Will Preach. STILSON--Supt. Ira Hawley of the U. B. conference will be here Sunday and deliver the evening message. He will also hold a quarterly meeting while here. Injured In Fall. NEW HAMPTON--Mrs. John YOUR IOWA An Interesting Fact Dally About the State You Are Proud to Call Your Own! Twenty-one fairs which operated at a loss of $560,58; in 1932 in 1933 showed a surplus o£ 5137,931. the east and as far west as coast causing "spectacular ruthless" destruction. the and j Warehouse Receipt for ( 5,493 Bushels Filed [} ' NEW HAMPTON, Dec. 13. -- A. W. i ( and W. A. Sargent, Hampton farm- -'trSMon^^. filed the largeat.ware,- · ' 7 Men Start Work on CWA Goldfield Project GOLDFIELD, Dec. 13.--Seven unempjoycd men were given jobs here Tuesday on the second CWA project to be started here. The group of men given work this week are widening the approach to the bridge near the Alfred Anderson home. It la expected the project -will furnish employment for several weeks. Six men have been working for several weeks graveling the cemetery drives and thia project Is fast Hearing completion. . . , house receipt ·in'Chicfcasaw county to date when they filed warehouse receipts for 5,493 bushels and made application for a loan of $3,542.05. Five other Chickasaw county farmers filed receipts Monday. 1 I) Lawler Farmer Is Fined on Old License Charge NEW HAMPTON, Dec. George Goss, Lawler farmer, 13.-Mon- Mrs. Dietrich Funeral Conducted at Graf ton - GRAFTON, Dec! 13. -- Funeral services were held Monday afternoon in charge of the Rev. C. Landdeck for Mrs. Wllhemina Fredericka Dietrich. She died Friday evening after a stroke. Mrs. Dietrich was born April 23, 1863, in Swanbeck, Germany. She came to Grafton in 1882. In 1889, she was married to David Dietrich. Gorman fell while leaving St. Joseph's church and auffared a fractured right leg and a possible fracture of the right arm. Twin Daughters Born. ELMA---Mr. and Mrs. Henry Cane are parents of twin girls born at the St. Joseph's hospital at New Hampton. Visit in Waterloo. hall. ALEXANDER--Mr. and Mrs. P. C. Bohlen and Mr. and Mrs. Claas Symens went to Waterloo to spend a few days with relatives, Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Bell. Mrs. Harvey Hostess. ROWAN--The Woman's Foreign Missionary society met with Mrs. Harvey in the M. E. parsonage Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. E. Sellers was to have charge of the program. Those having a part in the program are Mrs. Heath, Miss Esther Fowler and Mrs. A. O. Pelley. Large Crowd nt Play. DOUGHERTY -- A good sized crowd attended the play put on by the p r i m a r y and intermediate grades of St. Patrick's school Sunday night In the hall. Arrives From Florida. BRISTOW--Gerald Deeming arrived from Clearwater, Fla., to attend his father's funeral Tuesday afternoon at the Christian church. Visitor From California, C L A R K S V I L L E -- M r s . May Drinkwater of Pasadena, Cal., arrived Sunday to visit her brother, E. L. Reltz, and family until after New Year's. Attend Bites In Eldora. BR1TT--Charles Mau, Jr., Mrs. Charles Mau, Sr., Mra. H. O. Hal- yeraea and Mrs. Dan Williams left for Eldora where they went to attend the funeral of Mrs. Charles Corddea, who died following an operation Friday. Will Help Orphans. LAKE MILLS--The members of the Lutheran Daughters of Refor- Hoine From Storm Lake. LATIMER--Lewis Grummer, who has been employed at Storm Lake the past several months is home for the winter. Taken to St. Paul. GARNER--Miss Mary Nevin, who has been bedfast for the past six weeks in the Charles Marks home from a fail in their home, was to be taken today to St. Paul where she will receive care in the home of a brother. Daughter Is Born. NEW HAMPTON--Born to Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Krieger, a daughter, Dec. 9. Hold Christmas Party. BRITT--The American Legion auxiliary will hold its Christmas party this evening at the Memorial day paid a 55 fine, ?6 costs and purchased a 1033 license for his automobile after a hparing before C. A. TJpham, J. P. J. J. Burnett, Mason City, state automobile inspector, filed the charges. Increased Use of CWA Labor by City Urged NEW HAMPTON, Dec. 13.-The New Hampton City council Tuesday evening held a special meeting at the request of the Fae Stine post of the American Legion to consider projects to effectively use all of the CWA labor obtainable in New Hampton. The Legion committee which circulated a petition urging action consisted of J. P. Rigler, E. E. Frakes, Joe Smith and Ray R. Sisson. The two retired from farming In 1919. Surviving are her two sons, William and Otto, and three daughters, Mrs. Martha Bublitz, Mrs. Alvlna Streich, and Mrs. Elizabeth Kirchgatter; 11 grandchildren, one great grandchild, and one sister in Germany. Fatal Waverly Mishap Settlement Is Reached WATERLOO, Dec. 13.--District Judge A. B. Lovejoy has authorized acceptance by the estate of Harry Kiester of $2,000 in full settlement of claims ' against Charles Kucera of Cedar Rapids, the Waterloo Broadcasting company and the estate of Howard Harrington and Laverne King. An accident in which the three Waterloo men and two Cedar Rapids residents were killed occurred near Waverly. Mnry Sullivan Buried. NEW HAMPTON, Dec. 13.--Funeral services were held Monday morning at St. Joseph's church for Miss Mary Sullivan, 73. For many years she has been a cateresa churches, lodges and families. to Church Plans Program. LELAND, Dec. 13--A Christmas tree and a Christmas program will be presented by the Sunday school and choir at Our Saviour's Lutheran church Friday evening, Dec. 22. There also will be program In several rooms of the school, Dec. 21. Mrs. Dykeman Again Head . of R. N. A. Lodge in Floyd FLOYD, Dec. 13.--The Royal Neighbors re-elected their officers for the ensuing year: Oracle, Mrs. Dykeman ot Devonla; vice oracle, Mrs. Wamsley; recorder, Mima Scherf; receiver, Elnora Barney; chancellor, Eliza Hoel of Devonia; past oracle, Mrs. Martin; marshal, Nellie Kenyon; inner sentinel, Mrs. Rodemaker; outer sentinel, Anna Johnson; physicians, Dr. Pflater, Floyd, and Dr. Tolllver, Charles City. For Christmas You Should Buy a New 1934 GROSLEY DUAL RANGE RADIO The DUAL RANGE feature opens up ft new realm of radio entertainment, making .available police, amateur, aviation and other short wave broadcasts In addition to standard broadcasts; Two radios In one -- for the price of one. $ 1 X--- to$ 1/11 J. \J iftdlW Complete with tunes CROSLEY radios lead in appearance, performance and value. Highest quality at lowest possible price. Sec 1034 modeln at ... Paul's Radio Service 7-0 Second Street S. W. P*"' Clement, Proprietor matlon are each buying a gift for one of fifty orphans from the Beloit orphanage at Belolt, Wis. The box will be packed and sent next week. Bazar Profit ?42. AREDALE--The Ladlea' Aid of the M. E. church held its annual bazar. Forty-two dollars was made from the aupper and saleo of articles brought in by the members. Play IB Presented. McINTIRE--The Country club club presented a play, "Tha Path Across the Hill," at tho I. O. O. F. hull Monday evening. It was directed by Mrs. Arthur Kesten. Mrs. Dewey Hostess. ELMA--The Royal Neighbors of America met at the home of Mrs. Dewey Garrett Monday evening. Visited tn Minneapolis. DOUGHERTY--Jim Rooney spent the week-end in Minneapolis visiting hlH mother and alaters. Teachers Are Entertained. GENEVA--Supt. and MrB. Clarence Ransom entertained Misses Black, Eggland, Towle, Cole, Kup- plnger and Colvert and Lawrence Schoephoerster, teachers in the Geneva school, at a dinner. Suffers Nervous Breakdown. CLARK3VTLLE--Mrs. Kenneth Grant is in a serious condition from a nervous breakdown. Move to Nora Springs. NOfRA SPRINGS--Jake Barker and family have moved from Rock Grove into the house In Nora Springs recently occupied by the Virgil Blunt family. Plan Christmas Party. BRITT--The Lend-a-Hand circle of Kings Daughters met Saturday evening with Mra. Sidney Paulson. Plans were made for the annual Christmas party for children of needy families at the Memorial hall Dec. 22. About 40 children will be present. Honored on Birthday. FLOYD--Mra. Clarence Ramsay sponsored a party at her home honoring Mrs. Pearl Roberts on her birthday anniversary. She was assisted by Mrs. Linda Thomas. Submits to Oopration. SHEFFIELD--Mrs. L. .1. Eisaler submitted to a major operation at the Lutheran hospital in Hampton Tuesday morning. Are Parents of Daughter. McINTIRE--Mr. and Mra. Leonard Kesten are parents of a daughter born Sunday Mrs. Kesten was formerly Agnes Knight. Leaves for California. ALEXANDER--Mrs. Jesae Latham left Friday evening for Garden City, Ca.. where she will visit relatives several weeks. Installed at Ixihrville. BRITT--Mrs. J. C. Underkoflcr, eighth district commltteewomnn for the American Legion auxiliary, went to Lohrville on Tuesday to install officer* Go to University. ROWAN--Mr. and Mrs. Will La Bounty Monday took their small daughter who is suffering from a swollen jaw to Iowa City for examination. Miss Dorothy Steffens accompanied her nephew, Garth Lindsay there where she will receive further treatment for a broken arm. Teacher Attends Rites. DUMONT--Miss Virginia Graham, primary teacher, attended the funeral of her grandmother, Mrs. J. E. Connor, 81, who died at the Western Old People's home at Cedar Falls. Mrs. Harl Coonley taught for her Tuesday afternoon. 85 at Charivari. KANAWHA--A crowd of about 85 gathered at the Knute Larson home Monday evening to charivari Mr. and Mrs. Larson, who were married Saturday. Plan Christmas Program. COULTER--The program and Christmas tree for the Lutheran church here will be held Saturday evening. Dec. 23. Auxiliary Party Held. BRITT---The American Legion auxiliary had a Christmas party at the Memorial hall Monday evening. Gifts were exchanged. LONEROCK--Miss Mabel Howe, Bancroft, has been hired to teach the third and fourth gradea after the holidays. This vacancy was caused by the death of Miss Christine Knutsou. Visitor From Jollot, LONEROCK--Edith Worthington, graduate nurse from Joliet, 111., arrived to visit her mother, Mrs. Llllie Worthlngton. Hostess to W. C. T. U. OSAGE--Mrs. Hans Peterson was hostess Wednesday afternoon to the W. C. T. U. Mrs. E. .7. Scofield reviewed the book, "Can America Stay at Home?" Miss Cora Johnson gave an historic sketch o£ the peace movement, followed by a general discussion of the question, "Are Warlike Toys for Children Detrimental?" Pioneer Residents Hetlre. GOLDFIELD--Mr. and Mrs. Matt Nelson, pioneer residents of the Evergreen vicinity moved on Friday to their new home, two miles south west of Goldfield. The aged couple had resided on the some farm more than 50 years. Visitor From California. FLOYD--Clarence Johnson, Los Angeles, Cal., ia here called by the death of his father, C. W. Johnson. Arrive From Buffordsville. LUVERNE--Mr. and Mrs. Emi! Meyer and two children, Carol and Lyle, arrived here from Buffords- ville and will now make their home in Luverne. He will clerk in the Benedict grocery store. Visitor From Northfleld. THOMPSON--Mrs. Sig Roe of Northfleld, Minn., came Monday for several days' visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Osmundson. Tenchnr Forced to Quit. GARNER--Miss Faith Blngham who teaches a rural school neat Duncan was forced to quit teaching Tuesday because of a severe case ol tonsilitis. She will remain at the home of her sister, Mrs, Clara Carr until able to resume her work again. K«tuni From Trip, GARNER--Mr. and Mrs. Walter Sherman Prltchard returned Satur day night after being away 17 days They enjoyed a visit with their daughter, Mrs. George Campbel and family at Los Angeles, Cal., ant also visited the Rex Shannon, G. C Grobaty and John Vrba families former residents of Garner living a Los Angeles. Mrs. Pritchard, tllrec tor for the home department of Na tlonal Life Underwriters, gave ad dresses at York, Nehr.. Cheyenne Wyo., and Salt Lake City befor going to California. B. N. A. Carnival Planned. FLOYD--The Royal Neighbor are planning a carnival to be hel at the hall Saturday evening. Mrs. Witter Hostess. FLOYD--Mrs. Witter was hosteB Tuesday to the Happy Hour club a her home north o£ town, Mrs. Bue Hostess. GORDONSVILLE, Minn. -- Mr T. G. Bue will entertain the "Yo and Me" circle of the Ladies Aid her home north of town on Thura day afternoon. Infant Son Dies. OSAGE--The infant son of M and Mrs. F. J. Wewerka died Mon day. The child was horn Nov. 20. SURVEY GROUPS IN NORTH IOWA Franklin, Winnehago, Worth Cerro Gordo, Hancock Are Included. AMES, Dec. 1 3 . -- S u r v e y i n g parties operating under the civil works program were at full strength of 10 men each in 22 Iowa counties today, Prof. J. S. Dodde of Iowa State college, in charge of the work, said. Twenty-two representatives who will act as chiefs of parties attended a school of instruction in Ames Monday. Parties started yesterday morning locating positions for bench lark monuments and digging holes, ransit and level work will follow he erection of the monuments. Counties are co-operating by fur- ishing trucks, instruments, tools and other materials. A party of men s working here to clean and adjust nstrumcnts, some of which are eing furnished by the workers. A omputing force of eight men la also t work here. Counties in which parties are now forking are Audubon, Cedar, Cerro lordo, Clayton, Franklin, Green, luthrle, Hancock, Iowa, Jackson, asper, Johnson Louisa, Marion, olk, Poweshick, Scott. Shelby, iVarren, Wayne, Winnebngo and Voi-th. The voluntary advisory committee working with ProfessorDodds icnststs of Andrew Holt, State Uni- rersity of Iowa, Iowa City; William Behrcns, Linn county engineer, tedar Rapids; W. B. Jones, state highway commission, and L. O. Stewart and !·. W, Mahone of Iowa State college. i'inal Winnebago Group Starts Work on Roads FOREST CITY, Dec. 13.--The inal allotment of men for Wlnne- bago county went to work yesterday morning on the state highway pro- ect. Forty- nine men were alloted :o the county and the men were picked from Thompson, Lake Mills, forest City and Buffalo Center for :he project which includes work on :he state highways nine and fifteen in this county. HELD IN SON'S DEATH Donald K. Smith of Littleton, Colo., was jailed in connection with the death of his infant soil. Sheriff E. E. Monzlngo said Smith confessed kicking the child to death. (Associated 1'ress rhoto). BYRNES RITES IN GARNER PLANNED Manager of Swift Produce Station to Be Buried in Charles City. GARNER, Dec. 13.--Funeral services for T. Dennis Byrnes, 66, manager of the local Swift Produce station for the past three years, will be held tomorrow morning In St. Boniface church with the Rev. Father Maternach officiating. Following rites here the body will bo taken to Charles City, where he wa.9 a businessman for 20 yeara, for Interment in Calvary cemetery. Mrs. Byrnes died suddenly early yesterday from an attack of heart disease. Mr. Byrnrs had spoken of a pain near his heart Monday morning which continued all day but refused to call a physician. Mr. Byrnes was reared on a farm cast of Charles City and lived hero until about two years ago. He owned a produce house at 800 Rlvereldo drive, Charles City. Mrs. Byrnea survives. A son and daughter preceded him In death. 240 START ON HIGHWAY WORK Men in Wright, Humboldt, Kossuth, Emmet Counties Are Given Jobs. CLARION, Dec. 13.--A total of 240 men in Wright, Humboldt, Kossuth and Emmet counties went to vork today on CWA projects spon- ored by the state highway commls- ion. J. K. Hilton of Clarion, maln- :cnance engineer, had charge of the mployment of the men who were elected from the relief lists of the ounttes. The labor consists of load- ng gravel and work in rock quarries to improve roads in various places in the four counties. Carolan Named Acting Ridgeway Postmaster (Globe-Gazctto Washington Bureau) WASHINGTON, Dec. IS.--PhUl] J. Carolan has been appointed act ing postmaster at Ridg c va y t° auc ceed Postmaster Matilda Johneo whofio term expires Dec. IS. Th appointment was made at the rec ommendation of Representative Fred Biermann, Decorah. Mrs. Sullivan Funeral Conducted at Clarion CLARION, Dec. 13.--Mrs. J. L. Sullivan, who died suddenly of pneumonia at her home in Clarion, was buried this morning after services hold in St. John's Catholic church. Mrs. Sullivan was B9. She leaves her husband and four children, Miss Mario Sullivan, who teaches in Casper, Wyo.; Miss Leota Sullivan, B teacher in Rawlins, Wyo.; Miss Leona Sullivan, a teacher in Carroll, and Jaye, who is attending school in Casper. Mount Hooker, one of the loftiest peaks of the Rocky mountains in Canada, hns an estimated elevation of 15,700 feet. First Corn Loans in Howard County Made CRESCO, Dec. 13.--Six corn loans .were made at Cresco yesterday, Dec. 12, the first In Howard county, totaling about $2,500. Large Gain Is Shown in New Hampton Receipts NEW HAMPTON, Dec. IS.--Pas aenger revenue the first 10 days o: December, 1D33, ia 200 per cenl larger than the entire month ol December, 1932, at New Hampton, A. W. Cowles, agent for the Chicago Great Western railroad company, stated Tuesday. 227 Men at Work on Howard CWA Projects CRESCO, Dec. 13.--County Engineer L. L. Lowry, chairman of C. W. A. employment for Howard county, reported yesterday that a otal of 227 men would be at work under the CWA in Howard county n numerous projects by this morn- ng- $20,000 in Deposits in Decorah Bank Released DECORAH, Dec. 13.--Forty per cent of the total deposits in the Decorah State bank were released today, amounting to $210,000 dollars- Business at the bank has been quite satisfactory since the now rullngw became effective. B. R. Halneo is cashier. In ancient Greece, Horae was goddesses of the ocasons of the year, at first with (special reference to th« fanner. Watch your nerves... Get your full amount of sleep every night. Eat regularly and sensibly. Find time for recreation. And smokeCamels--for Camel's costlier tobaccos never get on your nervea. A 1 * " a TM l in »r «t the u. 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