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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 15

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SIXTEEN MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, AUGUST 7 1935 Started Away From Machin After Freeing Self in Injured Condition. DOWS, Aug. 1,--Injuries sufferei "by. Clayton Sanders, 58, when hi wag caught in a feed grinder, re. suited in his death late yestcrdaj in the Lutheran hospital. Shock anc loss of blood caused his death. Mr. Sanders, who lived on his farm about 3 miles north of Dows was having some feed ground Harvey Coburn had his machine at the farm and was working on the other side of it when the accident occurred. How the accident occurred was not known. Sanders' left hand and wrist were taken off and the arm mangled almost to the shoulder- He got away from the machine and was starting for the house when discovered. After receiving treatment at a local hospital, he was rushed, to toe hospital. Surviving are his wife, nee Jennie "Ungers, his mother, Mrs. Mary Sanders, 84, Dows; two brothers. Eldon Sanders of Dows and Earl Sanders 'of Minnesota, and two sisters, Mrs. Lcona Lotts, who is the wife of Dr. B. G. Lotts of Dows and Mrs. M. N. Goodson of Fort Dodge. Woman. Preparing for Arrival of Threshers, Is Injured From Fall OSAGE, Aug. 7.--Here's one way that keeps threshers from arriving. Early Tuesday Mrs. Nels Benson was standing on a box in the milk house attaching fly-ribbons to the celling. She fell and landed on her left shoulder on the cement floor of the milk house. She dislocated her shoulder, fractured her shoulder blade, and chipped the top of her shoulder bone. She was expecting threshers today. Fire Destroys Barn on Farm Near Hanlontown Blaze Origin Unknow · HANLONTOWN, Aug. 7.--Th barn on the property owned b Mrs. Vera Calhoun of Shell Roc burned to the ground Monday noon The John Colby family leased th property and had considerable o and peat stored in the structure. I was not determined how the fir started. The H. S. Aomoth am Mrs. Oline Torgeson homes wen constantly watched as the wind carried the flames in their direc lion. $95,960 IN AAA PAY IS RECEIVED ]hickasaw County Corn-Hog Check Distribution Is Starting. . NEW HAMPTON, Aug. 7. A to- al of 2261 Chickasaw county first layment corn hog checks, totaling .95.960 arrived and will be distrib- ited from the New Hampton office 'f the Farm Bureau. Sunderman Speaker at Meltonville Program MELTONVILLE, Aug. 7.--The Vugust meeting of the Community lub will be held Wednesday eve- ing in the hall. The Rev. Mr. Sun- erman of the Bolan church will be he speaker of the evening. Elva Anderson and Era Huber will give leir 4-H club demonstration and lere will also be musical numbers he program will be arranged by Ssther Anderson, Mary Citurs and ndrena Hanson. Flames Destroy Barn on Farm Near Greene '. GREENE, Aug. 7.--Fire Monday afternoon destroyed the barn on the .rm, five miles southwest of Greene ned by the Harrington estate and :upied by the Charles Price fam- The family was away from .e when the fire was discovered W. M. Hesalroad. Two calves j*,Jiae--ourmng- · -Danr." ~ "Two" shing crews came to help extinguish the fire but were too late. Tie cause is unknown. Celebrations Aug. 8--Celebration at Bristow. Aug. 8--Legion day at Clarion. Aug 8--Buffalo Day at Buffalo Center. Aug. 8 and 9--Fiesta at Clarksville. Aug. 33--Indian day at Titonka. Aug. 15--Celebration at Mclntire. Aug. 28--Annual carnival at. Rudd. Aug. 2"--Watermelon day at Leland. " Aug." 39-^-Ttrorhtb'n--Big day at Thornton. Aug. 31--Sauerkraut day at Lakota. j FARMER NEAR DOWS, CAUGHT IN FEED GRINDER, SUCCUMBS SANDERS VICTIM * OF FARM MISHAP :-: H E R E AND T H E R E : - : Miscellaneous Items From 125 Globe-Gazette Correspondents in North Iowa and Minnesota Visitors From Kentucky. POPEJOY--Floyd Rice and soa, Arthur Rice of Cerea, Ky., visited a couple of days with the former's aunts, Mrs. W. R. Busch and Mrs. H. D. Decker. Return From Preston. CALMAR--Mrs. V. J. Horton drove to Preston, Minn., Monday to get her daughters, Mary Lou, Ruth ind Helen who have been visiting 'here several days. Guest From Los Angeles. ROWAN--Mrs. Marjorie Eroden rom near Los Angeles, Cal., arrived donday to visit in the parental J. D. "ritehett home. Suffers Injured Hand. MELTONVILLE--Sylvester Hulshizer injured his right hand Monday while running the separator on a threshing rig. Stitches were required to close the wound. Elect Convention Delegates. PROTTVlN--The Protivin Arneri:an Legion auxiliary held a meeting -t the Legion hall. Mrs. Frank ?hyle and Mary Snopek were elec- ed delegates to the state conven- ion at Iowa City Aug. 13 to 15. Guests From Wisconsin. CALMAR--Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bower of Waukashau, Wis., arrived or a few days' visit at the home if Mr. and Mrs. Charles Uher and amily. Leave on Trip. ROWAN--Mrs. Mabel Emerson, Sdwin and Margaret and Edward Rietz left Monday on a motor trip o Denver, Colo., across Wyoming nd Yellowstone park. Visitors From Millidgcville. CHAPIN--Mr. and Mrs. S. 0. :rom of Millidgeville, 111., came iunday to visit their daughter, Mrs. Lsa Mordick, and family, northeast f town. Visit af Hospital. POPEJOY--Mr. and Mrs. Herlan Kienol visited their daughter, uth Kienol. at the children's hos- :tal at Iowa City the first of the eek. Mrs. Kienol remained for a w davs owing to Ruth's condition. Return From Funeral. PROTIVIN--Mr. and Mrs. Frank Chyle, Miss Rose Kinkor and her other, Mike Kinkor, Jr., returned onday from Chippewa Falls, Wis.. here they attended the funeral of hilip Murphy. Mrs. Murphy, before er marriage, was Miss Celia Kinor, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. rank Kinkor. Return to Work. MITCHELL--Miss Lucille Ahrona id a friend, who have spent the Corn Iowa's Pride ast two weeks at the parental Wil- Brother, can you spare a The girl standing here with the huge imitation ear of corn is symbolic of Iowa's pride in this year's corn crop. The quick comehack: midwest farms have staged this summer, following last year's drought, will be reflected in one of the finest farm displays ever witnessed at the Iowa State fair, exposition officials said. AH available exhibit space for collective county exhibits and individual farm exhibits has been reserved two months. Ham Ahrens home, returned to their work at Chicago. Visitors From Dundee. CHAPIN--Mr. and Mrs. George Goldsborough of Dundee are here to visit Mr. Goldsborough's sister, Mrs. D. E. VanEvery. Visitor From East. EAGLE GROVE--Miss Edith Elliott of New York City, formerly of here, is visiting friends and relatives in Eagle Grove. . Will Meet Thursday. CARPENTER--The N. L. Sewing circle meets Thursday at the home of Mrs. L, N. Priern. Hostesses will be Mrs. Albert Peterson and Mrs. Priem. Guest From Illinois. ROCKWELL--Mrs. Gertrude Davis of Elgin, 111., is here for a fev days' vacation visit with relatives Announce Approaching Marriage. CLARKSVILLE--Mrs. C. A. Wain was hostess to a company of 2C women at an informal tea Satur day afternoon announcing the com ing marriage, Sept. 1, of the! daughter, Winifred, and Harl Jami son of Shell Rock. Visitors From Chicago, MITCHELL--Mr. and Mrs. Walter Beaullieu and Walter, Jr., 01 Chicago, Ed Miller and daughter Mrs. St. John of Dundee, visited Mrs. Beaullieu's sisters, Mrs. Minnie Judra and Miss Amanda Cordes Recovering From Illness. WHEELERWOOD--Earl Schulte who was ill with a severe case ot blood poisoning, is slowly recovering-. Guests From Woodward. ROCKWELL--Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Grummon of Woodward are spending a few days at the John Johnson home. At Reunion In Alpha. FLOYD -- Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Thompson were at Alpha, where their ninth annual family reraion was held at Gagers park. This reunion includes relatives from Wisconsin and Iowa. Visit at St. Paul. CARPENTER _ Mr. and Mrs. THE LANGUAGE of the "Young Moderns/' a "Young Idea" means an Old Cold Cigarette. Reason? An Old Gold has a special quality its own . . . a friendly, stimulating "pick-me-up." Jts tobaccos, selected regardless of cost, are extremely mild. Aged and mellowed extra long ... to insure a cool and pleasantly stimulating smoke. Stanley Sefert and daughter Joan, visited her brother and family. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Curran, St. Paul, Minn. Visiting in Illinois. ROCKWELL--Mr. and Mrs. Dean Sherwood are visiting at Marion, 111. They were accompanied by Mrs. Fern Pohle to visit friends at Buford, 111. Born on Same Day. CLARKSVILLE--A son" was born to Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Sutcliffe at Mercy hospital, Waverly, Aug. 3. He has been named Ronald Eugene. A daughter was born to- Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Scharpff, Aug. 3. Visit in Oehvein. ROWAN--Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hyde and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Emerson and R. E.- Lee Aldrich were Sunday visitors in Oelwein. Visitors From Klemme KLEMME--Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Submits to Operation. GREENE--J. L. Jones left Monday for Iowa City to submit to a major operation. Arrives From Missouri. GENEVA--Miss Frances Switzer of Moberly, Mo., came to spend the remainder of the summer with her grandfather, J. H. Switzer. Visitors From Dea Moines. ALEXANDER -- Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Delzell of Des Moines visited her mother, Mr. and Mrs. Claas Symens, Saturday and Sunday. Guests From Sioux City. MANLY--Roy Carner of Sioux City arrived in Manly to visit the Homer Bailes. Mrs. Games has been visiting there at the home of her parents for the past week. Move From Chaska. LYLE, Minn.--Mr. and Mrs. Helmuth Zobel and family moved here from Chaska. Minn., to make their home. Mr. Zobel purchased the barber shop from R. Van Horik and commenced his duties. Visit in North Dakota. LELAND--Mrs. Andrew O. Moen and three daughters left for Sanish, N. Dak., to spend three weeks visiting. Arrive From Gaylord. ST. ANSGAR -- Mrs. Ed Bailey, Vernon Center, Minn., and Mr. and Mrs. Herman Mattison. Gaylord, Minn., came to be with their sister, Mrs. Grace Meggett, since the shooting of their niece, Miss Marie Meggitt, by a dwarf. Has Operation in DCS Moines. STILSON -- Gretchen Treezman had a tonsil operation in Des Moines. Her father and Mrs. M. K. .Nail accompanied her to Des Moines. Visitor From Milwaukee. RUDD--Miss Thelma Ervay Milwaukee, Wis., is visiting rel lives here. Visitors From Duiuth. HANSELL--Mr. and Mrs. Dalla Gibson and son of Duiuth have bee visiting his parents, Mr. and Mr J. C. Gibson. Mr. Gibson is manag-i of the J. C. Penney store at Di luth. Are Parents of Son. LONEROCK--An S pound bo was born to Mr. and Mrs. C. r Helgason Monday. This is the third child. Mr. Helgason is the loca buttermaker. Visits at St. Louis. LONEROCK--Alice Angus ha left to visit friends near St. Loui Mo. Guest From Williams. LATTMER--Theodore Johnson , Williams visited over the week-en at the home of his parents, M and Mrs. T. C. Johnson. On Vacation in Canada. LIME SPRINGS--Mr. and Mn T. E. Price and two daughters Evelyn and Mabel, arc enjoyin'"- two weeks' vacation in Canada an northern Minnesota. Return From Rochester. GOLDFIELD--Mr. and Mrs. Bjornson drove to Rochester .Minn., on Tuesday. Miss Mildre Bjornson, their daughter, who un derwent a serious operation thre months ago, was to return horn With her parents. Returning to Texas. THORNTON--Mrs. Thomas J O'Donnel, Sr., and Mr. and Mrs C J. Gallagher and children, Margare Ellen and Charles, from Fort Worth Texas, left Monday after severe, days' visit at the J. W. James home Mrs. O'Donnel and Mrs. Gallaghe are mother and sister of Mrs. James They will visit in Kansas City on the way home. Visitor From Washington. ARMSTRONG--Mrs. C. K. Olson of Washington is visiting with rela lives here and in Estherville. At Minneapolis Game. ROCK FALLS--Mr. and Mrs M M. Peterson, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Ed gar and Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Calver of Cedar Falls drove to Minneapolis Sunday to attend a baseball game Moves to Latimer. LATIMER--Mr. and Mrs. Stein beck of Waterloo moved into th house recently vacated by K. J Trangott and family. He will teach at the Christian day school. Visitor From Florida. RUDD--Rinold Dreher of Palm all ! Morris and family of Sheffield spent .Sunday at the Klaas Ostendorf home at Klemme. Takes Position as Nurse. ALEXANDER--Miss Agnes Stoffer, R. N., accepted a position as nurse in the Women's hospital in Detroit, Mich., and left for that place Monday after spending the past month at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Stoffcr and family. Returns From Canada. LYLE, Minn. -- Miss Mariory Beach returned home here after having visited at International Falls, Port Arthur, Canada, and other northern points. City, Fla., was visiting with former Rudd friends Tuesday. Guests From East. HANSELL--Mr. and Mrs. Presley Hayes of Philadelphia are visiting his aunt. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Straw 7 Families Represented. DUMONT--About 30 members of seven different families came Sunday from Waverly for a picnic dinner in the park with Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Akin and family, a former nstructor in the Waverly schools A-ho is spending the summer with his mother. Mrs. Anna Akin. Visitors From Detroit. ARMSTRONG--Mrs. Helen Boyd and daughter, Eileen of Detroit Mich., visited until Wednesday in he riarental Tom Johnson home. Takes Mountain Lake Post ROCK FALLS--Miss Arvilla Leidal, former home economics teacher here, resigned and accepted a position at Mountain Lake. Minn Miss Leidal's home is in Northfield' Minn. Sheka-Reindl Reunion to Be Held Annually t h ^ SPRINGS ' Auff. 7.-Morc than oO members of the Sheka- Remdl families gathered at the Boulder park, Nora Springs. Sunday for a picnic dinner. It was voted to make this reunion an annual affair. A handkerchief shower was given for Irene Sheka, who has been a guest of relatives for the past two months and who will rctm-n to her home in San Francisco, Aug. .10 4-H SHOW WILL BE HELD 2 DAYS Forest City Exhibits for Achievement Day Will Be Extensive. FOREST CITY. Aug. 7.--Final plans are being made for the annual Winnebago county 4-H club achievement show in Forest City Aug. 16 and 17 under the sponsorship of the Forest City commercial club of which Dr. C. H. Potter is president. The boys' stock will be exhibited in tents on the school grounds and the girls' exhibits and demonstrations will be held in the high school ymnasium. The program of boys' work will open Friday morning with grain and livestock judging. At 1 o'clock the colts, ponies, lambs and pigs will be judged and a dairy- demonstration contest will start it 1:30. The girls will start their demonstrations in the high school auditorium Friday morning at 10 o'clock and the Forest theater program will start at 1:30 with playlets be- ng given by the Buffalo, Eden, King and Logan township 4-H girls' groups. The Friday evening programs will also be held at the For- :st theater starting at 7:30 and will include home talent shows by the Junior Farm Bureau, the Center and Forest township 4-H groups and the Buffalo township women's project group. Will Start Judging. Saturday morning the boys' program win start at S o'clock with the iudging of baby beeves and the lorse pulling contest for light ;eams. At 1 o'clock the contest for the heavy teams will he held and at 3:15 the annual parade will be icld. The girls' demonstrations by the Lincoln, Linden, Logan and Mount Valley groups will start in the school auditorium at 10 o'clock and in the afternoon starting at 1:30 the Newton girls will give., their demonstration. Music and the Know Your State A Fact o Day About loway! Vocational homemaking departments are being set up at Centerville, Estherville, Iowa Falls, Oelwein, Orange township consolidated and Spencer. judge's reports will follow and the girls will join in the parade at 3:15. Don B. Groves of Iowa State college will judge the hog, Iamb and colt entries, Earl Shultz of the same place will judge the dairy exhibits and Rex Beresford. also of Ames will judge the baby beef entries. Prizes Are Listed. In the boys' work the prise? are $4.50 for first, $3.50 second, S2.r0 third, and all other entries ?2 in the various classes for pigs, lambs, dairy calves, beef calves and colt and pony entries. Similar prizes are also offered for the garden and flower displays in the flower show beinef sponsored by the Forest City Women's club in connection with the 4-H club work. The winning demonstration team in the girls' work will receive Sl-i and transportation to the state fair, second $7 and transportation to the north Iowa fair, tnird $3, and each other entry !f2. Plan Drama, Music Contests. A girls' health contest will also be held in connection with the contests and the winning girl will receive a $7 prize and a trip to the state fair. The various groups entering the drama contest at the Forest theater Friday afternoon and evening will receive prizes which will be a share of the net receipts of the admission charges. A music contest for men and women's and mixed quartets will be leld under the direction of Mis? ta Mattison. The contest is open to any Farm Bureau organization. 2 CHARGED WITH DRUNKEN DRIVING Are Bound to Grand Jury at Osage; Waive Hearings in Justice Court. OSAGE, Aug. 7.--Bennie Hightshoe, 19, Lyie, Minn., waived preliminary hearing here in justice court before Justice Donald P. Chehock and was bound over to the September term of the grand jury for driving while intc."icated. Ralph C. Freeburn asked for change of venue from Justice Donald P. Chehock to Justice A. L. Hungerford, then he waved preliminary hearing and was bound over to September term of grand jury for driving while intoxicated. Gerhardt Bakkum, 21, of Mitchell, was given 15 days in the Mitchell county jail for intoxication by Justice Chenock. Funeral of Mrs. Wolfe Is Held at New Hampton NEW HAMPTON, Aug. 7.--Funeral services were held Wednesday at the Larkin-Knutson funeral home for Mrs. J. Ulric Wolfe, 29, who died Monday. The Rev. Donald H. Artman of Fredcricksburg officiated. Mrs. Wolfe was born Anna May Munson Dec. 16, 1906, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Munson. She was married in July, 1934. She is survived by her husband, her father, two sisters and two brothers. Return to Rochester. CHAPIN--Mr. and Mrs. Marion LeVitt returned to Rochester. 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