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TEN MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE DECEMBER 13 1933 AGED WOMAN AT LAKOTA FATALLY BURNED IN BLAST Stove Polish Explodes anc . Mrs. Bertha Nitz, 76, Is Burned. ' LAKOTA, Dec. IS Bums mif fered when flaming stove polish struck her and ignited her clothing, resulted at 2 o'clock Wednesda; afternoon in the death of Mrs Bertha Nitz, 76, at her home here She was conscious for only a few minutes before she succumbed. Mrs. Nltz, a widow, was alone when she was burned. Her qlot were nearly burned off. Neighbors heard her cries and found that she had returned to thi house after once leaving it. Whethe: Mrs. Nitz was heating the stove pol ish or whether some of it spilled In the stove, which contained fire, was unknown. Only slight damage was cause in the room where the explosion oc curred and it was believed most o the liquid must have hit Mrs. Nitz Her children were called as soon a. her serious condition was learned. Mrs. Ni;z is survived by thre ' sons, Louis and Frank, who live on farms near Lakota; Max of Ledyard a daughter. Miss Louisle Nitz, whc is employed in a grocery store anc who lives with her mother. Mr. Nitz preceded his wife in death. COMPETITION IN BUYING IS URGED Mullen Advocates Steps to Restore Former Policy in Livestock. DBS MOINES, Dec. 13. /P)-John P- Mullen, president of the Io\ya State fair board, demanded . that steps be taken to restore the competitive livestock market to the farmer in an address here today at the opening- of the state agricultural convention. He charged that the Chicago packers' practice of building up l i v e s t o c k concentration points throughout the state for direct buying is destroying competition and ruining livestock prices. "In former days at the Chicago stockyards," Mullen declared, "packers, butchers and eastern shippers competed at the great central Chicago market for the needed quota of beef and pork to keep their plants running. "However with the advent of direct buying by the big Chicago packers, competition at the great central market is destroyed, with the result that the packers with a reasonable supply direct from their concentration stations, can keep their plants going and usually refuse to bid or compete with other classes of buyers until they arq supplied and then reluctantly take what is left over. "Something must be done," he said, '.'to bring about a return of healthy, competitive markets for these livestock products which are of such transcendent Importance to our state." lowan Takes Own Life. OSKALOOSA, Dec. 13. (/P)--Carl Rodene, 21, ended his life by shooting at midnight last night in a garage at his home. He was unmarried Singers Plan Concert. KANAWHA, Dec. 13.---The glee clubs of the local schools will give a concert in the grade school audl torium tonight under the direction of Miss Imogene Anderson. PIMPLY SKIN soon improved and blctches cleared away by daily treatment -with Resinol Life Protection at Cost! 51,500 Mutual Life Protection FOR $7.00 Approximate Total Cost S13.00 Per Year Non-medical, ages 5 to 75; ,all races; dues waived after 15 years; disability waivers, loan and withdrawal values. Write for particulars, Dept. A FAMILY MUTUAL BENEFIT ASSOCIATION Heard Bldg-., Phoenix, Arizona the Smart Apartment Hotel of L O S A N G E L E S ARCADY INVITES INQUIRIES FHOM T H O S E PLANNING A I8IP TO SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA T H f S W I N T E R WILSHdJE BLVD. AT R A M P A R T v.^!yffimya^^^ zette HELEN HBNDRICKS News Editor Residence Phone 310-W LEE DEWIGGINS -T- Circulation and Advertising Residence Phone 67 ^mmifWWgB^iliRilf^l^^ -I- OFFICE PHONE No. 239 MRS, LUICK IS REBEKAH HEAD Mrs. R. J. Nelson Electee Vice Grand; Children's Party Planned. CLEAR LAKE, Dec. IS.--Mrs C. A. Luick was elected noble grand at the annual election of officers of the Tina Rebekah lodge Tuesday night at the I. O. O. F hall. Mrs. Jens Wind is the retiring noble grand. Other officers named were Mrs R. J. Nelson, vice grand; Mrs. A. R Cain, recording secretary; Mrs. \v P. Paul, financial secretary; Mrs Carl Johannessen, treasurer, and Mrs. Hattie Stork, trustee; Darlene · Rice and her committee served refreshments. Plans were made for a Christmas party for the children of the members on 'Friday evening. The com ing of Santa Glaus, exchange of gifts and -a Christmas program Is being'planned. .Planning this affair are Mrs. R. J. Nelson, Mrs. Jens Wind and Mrs. Alma Ballard. Members of the Rebekah social circle wlli meet Friday afternoon at 3:30 o'clock at the hall. Supper will be served to members and their families at 6:30 o'clock. Re- bekahag are to bring sandwiches two covered dishes and dishes for own family. Clear Lake Attractions CLEAR LAKE, Dec. 13.--About 72,000 pearls were used to dress 100 beautiful girls in a single number of the "Fcotlight Parade," the aviso new musical extravaganza which comes to the Park theater Thursday, Friday and Saturday. A water scene in which camera hots actually were taken 10 feet way under the water surface shows ae sea nymphs and daughters of Neptune in a human waterfall, taturing the number, "By a Wa- erfall." Maes Production of musicals is hown here under the direction of ames Ca*gney. A supporting cast ncludes Joan Blonclell, Ruby Keeler, lck Powell, Claire Dodd, George Vcscott and Arthur Hohl. tfary Dundas Named Head of R. N. A; at'Armstrong ARMSTRONG, Dec. 13 The fol- swing were elected by Olive Camp o. 2859 of the Royal Neighbors: racle, Mary, Dundas; vice oracle, Ose Gilbertson; past oracle, Eunice ulf; chancellor, Myrtle Fennel; reorder, Cora Palmer; receiver, Eda ; marshal, Leta Ramhorat; in- er sentinel, Ethel Poorman; manger, Maud Lau; outer sentinel, Lizzie Schaeffer. Former Resident Dies. ARMSTRO"G, Dec. 13.--Mr. and Mrs. David A. Martin left Sunday .'or Wynemere, N. Dak., to attend .he funeral of their uncle, William Lhoburn, who died at his home ihere Saturday. Mr. Lhoburn was a former resident of Armstrong. /(OAH NUMSKUU. INT1. FAU-S.MtNW DEAR. NOAH*= IS IT TRIH,THAT -THE 'OF BEER JS 5 / ? A _ 5DJN3 Up V HOPS? " BISHOP OEOS3 WORD PUi2.ue EVER. SPJBAK KJ/MOtM"? ·JOSEPHINE STIM=oN, . yjs=t-r O^IVC^MJ CK- menthol cough d r o p s A MEDICINAL FORMULA COAL SUNSHINE LTJJtP Delivered A good big lump at a low price Consolidated Coal Co. Phono 1170 111-115 7th S. E. Jones Appointed Lions Governor of District A.N. Anderson Resigns Post; Honor Students Are Entertained. CLEAR LAKE, Dee. 13.--Ira Jones, attorney, resigned from the office of secretary of the local Lions' club, an office he has held for the past 10 years, to Become the district governor of the Lions' club. The approval of Mr. Jones for this office was announced by the international ooard of directors. A. N. Anderson, who was appointed district governor this summer, resigned from the post recently because of his health and the traveling connected with the work. Mr. Jones was presented a gift by the Lions club at the noon meeting today, C. E. Wells, president of the club making the presentation, Short-talks · were also given by E, R. Boyle, R. R. Rogers, F. L. Knutson and W. J. McGowan. R. R. Rogers was appointed to fill out the term as secretary of the organiza-* tion. Eleven students of the high school who showed the most improvement in scholarship during the last six. weeks' period were guests of the club. Included in the group were Jerald Jensen, Lillian Alters seniors; Robert Thompson, Madge Baker, Elsie Spilman, juniors; Bynum jacobsen, Margaret Westcott, sophomores; Tom Murtagh, Marjuerite Winnie, freshmen; James Paul and Kathleen Newman, eighth raders. A. N. ANDERSON CLEAR LAKE BRIEFS Any hat §1 at Oluf T. Hanscn's, Mr. and Sirs. W. C. Wltke, North Second street, are visiting several ays in Minneapolis and St. Paul. The Kool Stein is being operated by ~'aul Gerk during their absence. Part wool blankets $2-85. All vool blankets ?5.S5. At Oluf T. Hansen's. WlllJam Voder-mark, South Wln- ie street, has left for California where he will spend the winter. Play "Deacon Dubbs," lakeside tiurch, Dec. 15. Adm. 15 and lOc. Hobo lunch lOc. Pupils ot the Sheridan school east 'f Clear take will hold a Christmas irogram Wednesday evening, Dec. 0, to which the public is invited, viiss Izettn. Pine is instructor of e school. Harvey's Orch., Wed. Shady Jeach. Clarence Knutson, president .of the Iowa association for tax jua- ice league, the organization lead- ng the fight for the gross Income ax bill before the Iowa legislature, addressed' the committee of the whole of the Iowa senate Tuesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Bruggman of the Park theater spent Wednesday with Mrs. Bruggman's parents, Mir. and Mrs. \V. H. Enfleld at Rudd. Announcements have been received in Clear Lake of the arrival of a daughter at the home of Mr and Mrs. Dale Kretzinger at din ton, 111. The child has.been named Carol Roae. Mrs. Kretzmger Is a. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. Rich, North. Third street. John Outran, Whittemore, visited Monday at the home of his Bister Mrs. T. F. McGovern, South Fourth street. T. L. Sears and M. C. Rydson have returned to Clear Lake afte completing some construction work near Sunmer. C. E. Wells, president of thi Lions club; Ira Jones, district gov ernor; R. R. Rogers, local secre tary, and Mr. Harris, a representa live of International Lions of Chi cago, attended a re-organlzatlon meeting of the Lions club at Bel mond Tuesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. John Slesseger hav returned from Iowa City wher they spent the week-end. Mrs. Oliver Sherman and daugh ter, Mary Dale, left Wednesday morning for their home In Chlcagi where they will spend a short tim before going to Columbus, Ohio, tc be with Mrs. Sherman's parents an brother. Ray W. Sherman rosidln; east of Clear Lake, plans to leav Friday for Chicago to Join hi daughter-in-law for a few days stay. Mrs, Sherman has been offere a. lucrative position with the Tuber culosia league, with which her hus band associated before his death although she does not plan to ac cept within six months. Mayor W. H. Ward wa« a gnes at the Mason City Chamber o Commerce meeting Tuesday nigh Thursday--Play, "A Poor Married Mac," at Lincoln No. 5 schoolhouse. Rotary club meats,at Lions cafe. Royal: Neighbors : meet at'I. O. 0. F. hall at 8. Zlon Lutheran annual church meeting, S. 'rjday--Clear Lake vs. Garner doubleheader basketball game at Community building, 7:15. Linger Longer club at Mrs. R. Moore, North Second street. Rebekah Social circle, supper and children's Christmas party at 1. O. O. F. hall. Christian Workers meet at Mrs. R. D. Crispin home, 512 North East street. Saturday--Women's Relief corps Christmas party at I. O. O. F, hall, 7:30. Dance at Clear Lake Country club. ' Odd Fellows Council Is Planned at Laki CLEAR LAKE, Dec. 13.--The Od Fellows county council will be hel Monday night at Clear Lake at th I. O. O. F. hall. Members from Mason City, Plymouth, Rockwel Thornton, Hanlontown, Northwoot and Clear Lake will attend. Yes, Ethel, the unprejudlce Roosevelt razzer--the one who'own an u n j?orcd ox--deserves to be heard But where is here?--Kewanee Star Courier. PAULFINDSON RITES PLANNED Was Retired Farmer Formerly Living; at Clarion. CLEAR LAKE, Dec. 13.--Paul rindson, 75. died at a hospital at Cherokee early Wednesday morn- ng- after an illness. He was a farm- r near- Clear Lake for 16 years, mar to that time living at Clarion and Rings ted. He is survived by his son, Charles 'indson and family who reside ast of Clear Lake. Funeral services will be held Fri- ay afternoon at the Williams fun- ral home, East Main street, with le Rev. W. B. Milne, pastor of the ongregational church officiating. Clear Lake Calendar Series of Wa-Tan-Ye Card Benefits Held CLEAR LAKE, Dec. 13.--The Misses Oreta Minette and Genevieve Hanaen entertained a grouj at a benefit bridge party for Wa- Tan-Ye club Tuesday night at thf F. L. Mtnette home, North Thlrc street. Miss Betty Braheny receivet the prize for high sc'ore and Mrs Milton Olsen, the second high. Miss Ruth Marshall of Mason City won the traveling prize. Out of town guests were Miss Marshall, Iren Fossey, Mrs. Austin Minette ani Linda Herriman, all of Mason City Seven tables were completed, second benefit will be held Wed nesday night at Miss Hansen': home. Leona Farrow and Ray Rutledge Are Marrie CL.KAR IAKE, Dec. 13.--An nouncement has been made of th marriage of Miss Leona . Farrow daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Far row, north of Clear Lake, to Ra; Rutledge, also of Clear Lake. Th services were read by the Rev. W. L Dibhie, pastor of the Congrega tlonal church at Mason City, at th parsonage Tuesday, Dec. 5. Th couple will live at Mason City. PARK THEATRE r.nit Tlm« TonlcDt "NO MAN OF HEB OWN" IDe to All Thursday, Friday, Saturday "FOOTLIOHT PAltAnE" .Mat. flat. ID nnd 33c. Ere. IS and 33C CASH TALKS LOUD IOWA'S BEST LARGE LUMP (CENTERVILLE) Wolf Bros. PHONE 1148 WINTER SPORTS BEGIN AT LAKE [ce Is Frozen Smoothest That It Has Been for Years. CLEAR LAKE, Dec. 13.--Sport enthusiasts are assured of a big week-end for winter sports provid- ng the weather remains cold and :he ice continues to go down. It is estimated as between five and six nches thick in most parts of the ake and 10 inches in a few spots near the shore. Charles Whitney, a veteran iceboat pilot, said he has traversed the entire lake and found t safe for his big craft. Headquarters for the skating rink will be held near the Wellmon bath- bouse this year. Plans are being made for an ice hockey practice game to be staged on the rink Sunday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. A :eam from Mason City will oppose he local hockey team which Is cap- :ained by Vincent Minette. Judge Srimsley is in charge of the Mason City aggregation. The lake is frozen the. smoothest t has been for years with a good quality of ice. A stretch of broken ce that has refrozen lines the shore'". for 20 to 30 feet on the east side. Su-On-Dewa Camp Fire Holds Scavenger Party CLEAR LAKE, Dec. 13.--Mem- iers of the Su-On-Dewa Camp Fire .eld a scavenger party Monday ight which was concluded at the ean Siesseger home. The girls showered Bertha Larson 1th handkerchiefs in honor of her Irthday. Lunch was served at the lose of the evening-. Elizabeth Hughes, Jean Siesseger, rma Peterson and Greta Chappell eccived the prize for ending- the unt first. State Officers Talk to Farmers' Union CLEAR LAKE, Dec. 13.--Chalmer, vice president of the Farmers' nlon, and Mr. Stickle, secretary of he'Farmers' Holiday:union, spoke to about 200 farmers at the Community building Monday night. No ction was taken by this group. couts to Give Work for Legion Men CLEAR LAKE, Dec. 13.--A group Boy Scouts from troop 17 will give several demonstrations before members of the American Legion ost Wednesday night. A dinner will )e served at 7:30 o'clock. Peter Hansen Is scoutmaster of this troop which Is sponsored by the group. WHITTEMORETO GET PWA GRANT Water Tank Will Be Built There at Expense of $2,000. WASHINGTON, Dec. 13. The public works administration today allotted $4,177,300 for 32 non-federal projects in 15 states including- 51,633,000 to the University of Texas for university buildings at Austin. The Texas university and 16 other allotments were on the basis of 30 per cent of the sums being a direct federal grant representing that part of the cost of labor and material, the remainder being a loan to be repaid with interest at 4 per csmt. The other allotments were. grants only of 30 per cent of cost of labor and materials with the balance to be raised locally. The allotments included: Iowa: Ogden, grant, water tank, $2,000; Des Moines, grant, street Improvement, ?10,000; Sioux City, grant, bridge, $8,000; Whittemore, grant, water tank, 52,000; Des Moines, grant, improvements, 53,000. WOULD CUT OUT DIRECT BUYING 3 Representatives Named at Livestock Meeting to Present Demands. SHENANDOAH, Dec. 13. JF)~ Three representatives, named at a. meeting of midwest livestock feeders here, were preparing today to carry the session's demands to Washington. They will make an appeal for adjustment of cattle prices and elimination of direct buying of hogs. They are F. F. McArthur, Oakland, Iowa, Everett C. Raasch, Norfolk, Nebr., and J. E. Travis, Tarkio, Mo. Feeders attending the meeting-- the attendance was estimated at 6,000--passed four resolutions asking: Immediate adjustment of cattle prices on a parity with corn prices; elimination of direct buying of hogs; discontinuance of the system by which packers feed their own livestock; and a better spirit of co-operation by packers with the NRA and AAA. Speakers included Congressman Otha D. Wearin of Iowa, R. M. Evans, chairman of the Iowa corn- hog committee, B., A. Gronstatt, president of the Council Bluffs Savings bank, Prof. Howard Gramllch, University of Nebraska, and John B. Gage, Kansas City, representing the U. S. Livestock association. Messages from Secretary Wallace and Senator Louis J. Murphy were placed before the convention. CARS COLLIDE A car driven by Harold Burgess, 1618 Pennsylvania avenue northeast, collided with a car driven by Bernard Schmidt, 216 Fifteenth street northeast, about 4 o'clock Tuesday afternoon at the intersection, of Pennsylvania avenue and Fifteenth- street northeast. The bumper and front fender of Mr. Burgess' car were damaged and tiie fender, bumper and frame of the Schmidt car were damaged. Legion Sponsors Rink. KANAWHA, Dec. 13.--The Amer- can Legion has rented a large building belonging to the McGregor Lumber company and has flooded it for an ice skating rink. The building is lighted so that night,skating will be possible. Austria Not to Pay Debt Installment WASHINGTON, Dec. I Acting Secretary Morgenthau announced today the Austrian government has notified the United States a Jan. 1 Installment of $460,093 on ita relief debt to this government will not be paid. STOP THAT ITCH . In One Minute D. D. D. Prescription Speeds Belief Jt Is actually surprising to Gee how quJck- ly, pure, cooling, liquid, antiseptic D. D. D. Prescription relieves the Itching tortures of ecz«ma, scales, eruptions, rashes' and other sfcin afflictions. Thirty years' success recommends this remedy, originated by Dr. . D. Dnnls, Its gentle oils penetrate the ekin, aoothing ami healing the inflammcd tissues. No tuj?s--no muBs. Clear, greaselesa, ~.nd stainless--dries up almost immediately-;' y D. B. r. Prescription today. Stops th«l nost Intense Itching Instantly. A 35c trlaJ(J and T TOLI.IL jiit^iiiit: ]Li_juut liiBlttHLlj . JV out; iriu^j bottle, at any drug atore. is guaranteed to] prove it--or money back^ D. D, D. Pr*scrlp-l lion IB made by the owners of Italian Balnui PHONE 888 BEFORE WS TOO LATE Our Baby Poco Coal wins by comparison. Buy your coal on our money-back guarantee. It's easy to fire with Baby Poco. Fireside Fuel Co. 1011 SOUTH FEDERAL :LMiiiiMiiuuiimimmmmmmmMimiHiiiiNtiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiMMimiuii!miuiti!m I "FIREMEN'S QUADRILLE" | "WALKATHQN SPRINT" I See and dance these at the armory = . New and Different | The VIKINGS = The Ramblers Will Play for the Square Dance Period I 8 O'clock--Dec. 16 ^iiiiiiiiiiiijjiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiinniiiiiHiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiin^ CURME-VAN NESS GO'S SENSATIONAL Gas Range Sale NOW IN PROGRESS _ The stoves being offered during this event are our regular stock of first quality UNIVERSAL and DETROIT JEWEL ranges ... late models, full size, full porcelain finish, insulated ovens, C oven heat control, choice of colors-- ^ worth much more than we're asking! Special SALE PRICE Give A Gas Range for Christmas "Well, It's Just Too Bad! You have heard people say this ... after someone suffered a loss, and NO INSURANCE to cover it. If you want more than sympathy--don't take chances. Be protected with Insurance. It guarantees you against financial loss. Costs so little, yet means so much. Do You Need Some Form of Insurance? FIRE - THEFT - AUTOMOBILE - ACCIDENT If you da, call one of the dependable Insurance firms represented below. The concerns listed here can give you expert, money-saving advice. Just phone and a representative will give you the information on the Insurance you need. Don't procrastinate--call today! Going- Up in SMOKE! It might be yours. It's good business, as any good businessman will tell you, to have your car covered by Insurance. Bracken Insurance Agency 9 West State--Phone 368 The H. C. Brown Agency 422 First National Bank Biag.---Phone 1010 The Ralph Lloyd Jones Co. 101 First Street S. E--Phone 328 A. W. Knesel Son, Inc. 21'/ 2 South Federal Ave.--Phone 994 Mason City Loan Investment Co. W. L. Fatten, President 109 East State St.--Phone 700 Bailey-Cooper Insurance Agency 33 South Delaware--Phone 4,911 *

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