Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on February 26, 1934 · Page 16
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 16

Mason City, Iowa
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Monday, February 26, 1934
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SIXTEEN MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE SWEA CITY WILL BE VETS' HOST Joint Gathering for Four Counties Will Be Held Tuesday Night. SWEA CITY, Feb. 2G.--Final arrangements are being completed for the four county meeting of the American Legion and American Legion auxiliary to be held here at 8 o'clock Tuesday evening. Speakers will include State Commander. Leo Duster and the state auxiliary president, Mrs. W. Nlggemeyer. If Mrs. Niggemeyer Is unable to be present, the state vice president, Mrs..Marie Standley who is also state publicity chairman, will take her place. James I. Dolliver of Ft. Dodge, eighth district commander; Mrs. J. C. Underkofler of Britt, eighth district committeewoman; County Commander Leon Merritt of Algona and the county auxiliary chairman, Mrs. Ida B. Larson, are in charge o£ the program. Mrs. A. B. Tweeten will sing "The Star Spangled Banner" as a solo number. A chorus of dancing girts will present an original song and dance number, entitled "Leo and Winnie." Refreshments wilt be served by the local unit. This will be followed by dancing and cards. Counties invited to attend are Palo Alto, Winnebago, Emmet and Kossuth. Officers from these counties will be introduced. Ray Lord is commander of the local post and Mrs. Henry Myhr is president of local auxiliary unit. They are looking forward to entertaining a large delegation. And now nobody dare oppose the CWA~-not even those who started it.--Lincoln Star. Mrs. Alice R. Phillips Candidate for Treasurer T o Seek O f f i c e o n Democratic Ticket. Mrs. Alice Richardson Phillips, Clear Lake, Monday announced her candidacy for the democratic nomination for county treasurer. Mrs. Phillips was born on a farm near Clear Lake and has spent her entire life, with the exception of one year, in this vicinity. She attended the Iowa , State .Teachers' college and has had business training. Mrs. Phillips taught school one year in Montana, and 16 years in Cerro Gordo county. At present she is teaching in district No. 5, Lincoln township. Mrs, Phillips' family consists of herself and son, LeRoy, a pupil in the eight grade in the Clear Lake schools. On inquiry, Mrs. Phillies stated her platform to be the utmost In service, efficiency in handling business affairs of the office, , and cheerful co-operation at all times. ALICE PHILLIPS RETURNS TO DANCE HALL FOR COAT AND PUTS OUT FLAMES FENTON, Feb. 26.--A forgotten overcoat at the dance pavilion here after the dance Friday night probably saved the dance hall from, being burned. Shortly after the dance had broken up, Raymond Kyhl remembered he had left his overcoat in the dance pavilion. Of course, there is no one there at that time but he and the marshal got in through one of the windows. They smelled smoke and an investigation proved fire had started in the wall next to the chimney. Win-In Declam Contest. LAKOTA, Feb.' 26.---Winners in the declamatory contest here were: William Powers in oratorical, Betty Ley in dramatic and Charles Peterson in humorous. Betty Ley won first over all. 'Colt Club Formed, CRESCO, Feb. 26.--A Belgium colt club has been organized in New Oregon township, south of Cresco, with the following officers: Paul Vagts, president;. John Henry, vice president; Merle King, secretary treasurer: Leo Meyers, Paul Vatthauer and will Reinhart directors. FEBRUARY 26 1934 FIVE COUNTIES IN CREDIT GROUP Association Is Organized at Meeting of Farmers Held in Emmetsburg. EMMETSBTJRG, Feb. 26.--Farmers and stockmen from Clay, Dickinson, Emmet, Kossuth and Palo Alto counties formed a Production Credit ·association', County Agent Randall Hoffman announced following a hieetihtf 'at 'JEhimetsburg-, ·. at which a .board, of directors was elected, to serve until the first an- uual convention. The newly formed association applied for a charter from the farm credit, administration at Washington, on receipt of which permanent officers will be named by the directors, with office headquarters to he in Emmetsburg. The authorized capitalization of the new association is 580,000, it was stated, threerfourths of this amount to be subscribed for by the Production Credit corporation of Omaha, with the remainder to be subscribed for by eligible borrowers in the local organization. ' ' r .There.will be 5100,000 available to farmers and stockmen borrowers, through the federal credit bank at Omaha, for those affiliated with the local Production Credit association, it was said. Directors chosen Friday were H. J. Bode of Algona, O. B. Morton of Estherville, John Heuck of Everly, J. H. Currans of Ruthven and J. A Wilson of Milford. .Home From Parkersburg. ORCHARD -- Carrol Waters is home from his work at Parker: burg for 10 days and is having a sale on his farm west of town Tuesday. Sereno Bishop has rented the farm for the coming year. D. H. Leach, 92, Pioneer of Winneshiek, Succumbs Funeral Wednesday for Man Who Settled in County .When He Was 12. DECORAH, Feb. 26.--D. H. Leach, 92, who bad been a resident of Winneshiek county since 185$, died early this morning at his farm home in Freeport. The death was caused by lingering illness from which he had suffered the past five years. Funeral Services will be held Wednesday afternoon at the Bensch and Brandt funeral home. The Rev. O. Sandbach of the II. E. church, will officiate and burial will be made in Phelps cemetery. Mr. Leach wag one of the oldest residents of the county, coming here with his parents when he was 12 years old from Stockton, N. Y., his birthplace. When the Leaches arrived in Iowa wild game and deer were plentiful and Indians were more numerous than white persons,' he had said. Mr. Leach was married in 1882 to Miss Rose Frla of Freeport. His wife survives, also one daughter, Mrs. Harry Krcider, who with her husband has made her home with her parents the past year. D. H. LEACH Edward Markle Enters Representative Race NEW HAMPTON, Feb. 26.--Edward Markle, retired New Hampton farmer, announced Monday he was a candidate for the republican nomination as state representative from Chickasaw county in the June primary. Lloyd Zipse, democrat, Lawler farmer, is serving his first term. Former Minister Enters Race for Supervisorship BELMOND, Feb. 16.--S. U. Lciu- bach of this place, and former minister of the local Congregational church, has just announced his'can- didacy for the nomination for supervisor from the first district o£ Wright county at the June primaries. Before coming to Belmond Mr. Leinbach was minister of the Presbyterian church at West Bend for many years. Since his retirement from the local ministry several years ago, he has been a successful farmer located two miles east of town. Alexander Agricola was one of the most famous composers of the School of Netherlands. N O L O O S E E N D S t/te tobacco Every Lucky Strike is made from the finest tobacco and only the center leaves. Not the top leaves-because those are under-developed --not ripe. They would give a harsh smoke. Not the bottom leaves--because those are inferior in quality. They grow close to the ground, and are tough, coarse and always sandy. The center leaves are the mildest leaves, for which farmers are paid higher prices. Only these center leaves are used in making Luckies the fully packed cigarette -- so round, so f i r m -- f r e e from loose ends. That's why Luckies draw easily, burn evenly. And remember--"It's toasted" --for throat protection--for finer taste. Direct from the Metropolitan Opera Ho use Saturday at 1:50 P. M., Eastern Standard Time, over Red and Blue Networks oC NBC, Lucky Strike will broadcast the Metropolitan - Opera Company of New York in the complete Opera, "Lucia di Lammermoor." Always the Finest Tobacco 931, Tb» Amrricta Tobacco CO TZ and only the Center Leaves NOT the top leaves--they're under-developed --they are harshl The Cream of the Crop "The mildest, smoothest tobacco" ZL NOT the bottom leaves--they're inferior in Quality--coarse and always sandvl Mrs. Wilson Dies at Iowa Falls; Funeral Will Be Held Tuesday IOWA PALLS, Feb. 26.--Mrs. D. V. Wilson, a resident of this vicinity nearly 50 years, died at her home here Saturday of a heart attack following an illness of several years. Mrs. Wilson was born at Bloomingdale, Hi., Oct. 22, 1853. Mrs. Wilson was an active member of the .Baptist church'all her life. Besides her husband, she is survived by six children, Dr. R. B. Wilson of Williams, Ray Wilson of Oakland, Iowa, Guy S. Wilson of St. Paul, Mrs. Pyrl llassey of, Columbus, Nebr.; Mrs. Dorothy Smith of Pocatello, Idaho, and Mrs. Avis M. Gohring of this city; a sister, Mrs. A. R. Kinne of Wilsonvillc, Nebr. The funeral will be held Tuesday afternoon in charge of the Rev. C. W. Fletcher, assisted by the Rev. R. W. Vauanda. Win In Declam Contest. THORNTON, Feb. 26.--In the declamatory contest held Friday evening- Jn the Thornton theater, placings in order were: Oratorical, Carl Marion Morris, Roy Kottman; dramatic, Edith Petersen, Geneva Petersen; humorous, Carl Brown, first, Edwin Boothroyd, second. IOWA ORDERED TO REDUCE CWA 12,000 Men and Women to Be Cut From Payrolls on March 2. DES MOINES, Feb. 26. UP)--Orders to reduce the number of Iowa men and women employed on civil works by 12,000 on March 2, have been received at state civil works headquarters from Harry L. Hopkins, federal administrator. The. slash will bring the, number of employed in 'Iowa to 50,000 countermanding previous instructions to reduce Iowa's quota by 7,750 on March 2. The order does not apply to persons working on federal projects ov the student relief employment quota. Former Resident Gets Award. CRESCO, Feb. 26.--Harvard university awarded a medal for drawing and modeling to Paul W. Jones, a former Cresco boy, and graduate of the University of Minnesota school of'architecture.. Mr. Jones is a native of Cresco, son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas H. Jones, now of St. Paul. He is now working for his master's degree. TO BUY QUALITY, OPEN AN ACCOUNT Buy Now for Later Delivery Free Truck Delivery Call 3400 for an Evening Appointment SAVE/ on Quality Furniture ... at WOLF'S Tuesday and Wednesday the LAST TWO DAYS of Our Great FEBRUARY F U R N I T U R E SALE / £ I W 2-Pcs. in Tapestry for the LIVING ROOM This is by far one of the biggest values in tapestrv suites we have seen in Mason City. It's covered all over in same fine quality tapestry. Spring filled cushions. The Final Days of This Sale Bring New and Belter Values All Over the Store Smart Three-Piece BEDROOM SUITE Prices like this make our February Sale famous all over North Iowa. A well constructed suite oE laminated walnut made up of poster heel, chest and vanity. $ 791 New 1934 Table Model Radio $22.00 536.50 English Lounge Chair $29.50 Lloyd Loom . Baby Carriage $18.50 45-lb. All Cotton Mattress $5.95 Eight-Piece Walnut DINING ROOM SUITE Desirable new style. Good, solid construction. Large buffet, neatly decorated, extension type table and six .chairs. Chairs have tapestry scats. §29.50 Value Simmons Studio Couch $18.95 9x12 Axminster Rug $24.50 All- Porcelain Gas Range $39.50 Decorated Breakfast Set 5 Pieces $15.95 100% Mohair, 2-Piece LIVING ROOM SUITE Large size davenport and button back style lounging t f9 t"9 C A chair, both upholstered all over with genuine mo- *r f m «*" hair in choice of colors. Reversible, spring-filled cushions. f9 t"9 / / « C ( . Double Deck ' Coil Spring $7.95 G.-E. Electric Washer $54.95 3-Burner Porcelain Oil Range $18.50 Bassinette and Pad for the Baby $5.95 MIER WOLF SONS A* t,

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