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March 1, 1934

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 12

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TWELVE MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE MARCH 1 · 1934 SUBDISTRICT DEGLAM RESULTS ANNOUNCED COR WITH GETS 2 FIRST RANKS Emmetsburg Wins Palo Alto Tide; Other Winners Are Named. KANAWHA, March 1.--Corwith won two firsts and Britt one'in tlie first round of the state declamatory contest held here last night. Winners were: Oratorical--Russell Ross of Corwith, first; Theo Knoll of Kanawha, second; dramatic--Doris Merriam of Corwith, first; Alice Graeber of Kanawha, second; humorous--Pat Dobson of Britt, first; Wayne Chambers of Ccrwith, second. Judges were H. Bitting, H. L. Blanchard and C. J. Christiansen, all of Clarion. HONORS SPLIT AT ALLISON CONTEST ALLISON, March 1.--Declamatory honors were split in the first round of the state series held last Goes to Sioux City. MESERVEY--Mrs. D. C. Davies has gone to Sioux City to be with her sister who is in a hospital there. Elected by Township. LELAND--Forest township corn- hog association elected: Philip Peterson, chairman; Frank Helvik and Wynne Jacobs. Junior High Gives Play. GREENE--The local junior high classes presented a play at the high school auditorium Tuesday afternoon. night. ··· Winners were: Oratorical, La- HERE AND T H E R E * * * * * * * » *» * * * * * * * * Miscellaneous Items From 125 Globe-Gazette Correspondents in North Iowa and Minnesota Move From Butler Center. GREENE--Mr. and Mrs. J- C. vonne Pulis of Clarksville, first; David Conger of Bristow, second; dramatic--Jean Barlow of Dumont, first; Jean Detra of Allison, second; humorous--Maxine Codner of ' Allison, first; Naomi Achterman of Bristow and Lavon Haecker of Dumont, tied for second. HAYFIELD GETS TWO FIRSTS AT CRYSTAL CRYSTAL LAKE, March 1--Maynard Tayloi of Hayfield, Marvyle Simmons of Hayfield and Arlts Twedt of Woden were winners in the subdistrict declamatory contest held here last night. The three were victors in oratorical, dramatic and humorous sections, respectively. Second places in the respective sections went to lona Runtzel of Crystal Lake, Eunice Baack of Woden and Betty Steil of Hayfield. Supt, John Eaton of Forest City, .Miss Hall, Forest City principal, . and Coach Ruble were the judges. ' EMMETSBURG WINS IN PALO ALTO EMMETSBURG, March l.--Emmetsburg won two out of three firsts in the ' county declamatory contest held last night at West . Bend,. taking two trophies, while . West Bend captured second. Results were: Oratorical--John B. :Kelley of Emmetsburg-, first, using the-same. selection his brother, Tom, used in capturing the state championship a few years ago; William Turner of Mallard, second; dramatic--Glenn Godden of .Emmetsburg, .first, and Marjorie Thompson -of Rodman, second; humorous--Florence. Foley of West Bend, first, and Taul Freeman of.Cylinder, second. ' - Schools competing were Cylinder, ~ Emmetsburg, Grae'ttingerj Mallard, '''Rodman, Ruthven and West Bend. COMPETE JS CONTEST AT MARBLE BOCK MARBLE ROCK, March 1.-Winners of the state preliminary declamatory contest held in the local opera house on Tuesday evening, · were Irving Spaulding, Marble Rock, first, Shadrach Davis, Greene, second, in the oratorical division; : Arlene Hawks, Sheffield,' first, Minnie Tumilson, Rockford, second, in the dramatic division; Charles Stevenson, Greene, first; Dorothy Trowbridge, Sheffield, second, in the hu: mbrous division. The four schools-represented were Greene, Marble. Rock, Rockford and Sheffield. The winners of first .places will compete in the state subdistrict contest, the place to be announced, later. EAGLE GROVE TAKES TWO HIGH BANKINGS GOLDFEELD, March 1.--The sub- district declamatory contest was held at the Memorial hall Tuesday evening with a large audience present. Competing schools were Clarion, Eagle Grove and Goldfield with Eagle Grove vrfnning two firsts and Goldfield one. The Eagle Grove contestant in oratorical was disqualified due to the wrong speaker having spoken. Results were: Oratorical--Floyd Fender of Goldfield, first, and Jack McClelland, Clarion, second; dramatic- -Pearl Hovland of Eagle Grove, firsthand Margaret Braden of Goldfield, second; humorous-Margaret Christensen of Eagle Grove, first, and RubyJHarkens of Goldfield, second. HAMPTON GETS TWO FffiSTS AT 1ATJDMEK. LATIMER, March 1.--Winners in the subdistrict declamatory contest held in the M. E. church Tuesday evening were: Oratorical, John Coonly of Hampton, first; Margaret Jurgens of Latimer, second; dramatic, Betty Jennings of Hampton first; Wilma Hemmes of Latimer second; humorous,. Anne Margaret Croft, Alexander, first; VeUa Roberts of Hampton, second; Evelyn Johansen of Latimer, third. Schools represented were Alexan der, Hampton, Latimer. Judges were from Belmond. POSTVILLE CAPTURES TWO HIGH RANKINGS. DECORAH, March 1.--The preliminary declamatory contest of the district series was held last evening at Decorah high school Schools entered were Chester, Cresco, De- cofah and Postville. Winners in the oratorical class were Clifton Weihe Postville, first; Nelson Preus, Decorah, second; dramatic class, Mary Hope-Humphrey, Postville, first; tie between James Dack, Decorah anc Fred Wodrieh, Cresco, for second place. Humorous class, Marjorie Kennard, Decorah, first; James Burgess, Cresco, second. THREE SCHOOLS WIN IN ARMTRONG TEST ARMSTRONG, March Hoodjer from near Butler Center, will move to the H. Martzahn farm near Greene. Henry Brehmer family of Greene will move on to their near Clarksville. Bays Frey Home. MESERVEY -- George · Vierkont has bought the Bertus Frey home, which will be occupied by Mr. and Mrs. Theo. Dirks. Mr. Frey will live with his daghter, Mrs. J. P. Pals. Surprised on Anniversary. BUFFALO CENTER--A large crowd of neighbors and friends gathered at the Joe Larson home Wednesday evening surprising Mr. and Mrs. Larson on their twenty- fifth wedding anniversary. Daughter Weighs 11 Pounds. POPEJOY--A girl, Marie Sidney, weight 11 pounds, was born to Mr. and Mrs. Fred Williams. This is their sscond child, both girls. Leaves for California. BELMOND--Merle Hawley left HIS BRIDE KILLED for San Diego, Cal., Tuesday to resume his duties in the navy. He has enjoyed a 12 day furlough here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. H. lawley. ' Born at New Hampton. NEW HAMPTON--Born to Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Campbell, a daughter, Feb. 23; to Mr. and Mrs. Carl J. Spieker, a son, Feb. 25 and to Mr. and Mrs. Milton Merkel, a son, 'eb. 27. Full Attendance Observed. OSAGE--The "Every Man in Lodge" night meeting, called by re- [uest of grand master of the state, irought a full attendance of Osage 31ue Lodge membership Tuesday evening. Following the .service of re- consecration to the vows of the order, Dr. S. E. Ellis gave an address. Speaks at Northwood. OSAGE--Supt. G. H.' Sawyer of Osage was guest speaker at Northwood Blue Lodge "Every Man in Lodge Night" Tuesday. Go to Rochester. MANLY--Mrs. Elmer Benson and Mrs. Delia H-siny drove to Rochester, Minn., Wednesday: Mrs. E. D. Allen accompanied them home {blowing treatment. Go to Minneapolis. THORNTON--Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Torsyth accompanied Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Gonser of Marble Rock to Minneapolis Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Forsyth visited their son and daugh- ;er and their families while in the city. They attended the annual banquet of the Minnesota chapter of the Rainbow Division Veterans association of which their son, R. J- Forsyth is a member. They returned idme Sunday evening. Moving to Burt. LAKOTA--The Edward Kienitz family who were unable 'to get a farm are moving to Burt. Return From Rochester. 'MANLY -- Trainmaster J. L. Hayes returned Monday from Rocl* ester, Minn., following a major operation. Home From Hospital. ROCK FALLS--Mary Jo Bahnsen, 18 months old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Bahnsen, has been returned to her home after submitting to an operation at the Children's hospital at Iowa City. Assisting in Evangelist Sen-ices. LAKE MILLS--Evangelist Lester Williams of Eldora, is here assisting P. J Griggs in evangelistic .meetings "which are being conducted at the corner store building. The meeting expect to continue for sometime 76 Attending Convention. SWALEDALE--Jay Tubbesing of Mason City, Mr. Sweet of Thornton G. A Eddy and Rosco Carr of Swaledale are in Des Moines attend ing a lumbermen's convention. Program Is Presented. OSAGE--The American Legion auxiliary entertained the Lucretia Deering Chapter, D. A. R., Tuesday evening, the twenty-seventh at the Legion home. The program consisted of a group of songs by the auxiliary quartet, a Negro dance bj Dicky Vaughn, an address on Patriotism -by County Attorney H. R Duncan anc! '-.-iota numbers by Har riet Woodward. 1.--The first round of the declamatory con- Honored at Shower. ACKLEY--The Ladies. Aid society f the Methodist church gave a.mis-' ellaneous show at .the home of Lulla Hatch in honor of Ruth' Prull Monday .'afternoon. Thirty-three women attended. Are Parents of Son. ALLISON--Mr. .and Mrs. Frank iChult are parents-or a son. Mrs. Shultz and baby are at the -home 5f her sister, Mrs. James Skilleh of ireene. · . · · · Committee Is Elected. WHEELERWOOD--At-^the corn- hog meeting -held- in " the- Center ihurcH, Lincoln township elected its ermanent. committee. It · is com losed of'Bert Myric,. chairman, Earl Jickson 1 and Mr. Ashland. ' Honored on Birthday. . , . - LELAND--Mr.i_and.' Mrs:- R. "A. Carlson.' aid : cKildBen;i;Mri vandjtjMri^ B. M. .Haugett and 'faniily werei^- tertained at the noirie of'Augtisp Anderson north of Leland on the anniversary of Mrs. Haugen's birthday. Mr. Anderson and family moved Thursday to a farm west of Forest City. wer«: Ringsted, Haifa, Maple Hil and Armstrong. In the oratorical class, Jessw Burkhead of Armstrong took firs: and Paul Vaetman of Ringsted, sec ond; in dramatic class, Vivian Al vestad of Maple Hill, first, and Nel lie Guerdet. Armstrong, second, and on humorous, Leona Nisen of Ring sted, first, and Mary Guerdet, Arm strong, second. RANKINGS ANNOUNCED IN FLOYD COMPETITION FLOYD, March 1.--The home de clamatory contest was held at thi high school Tuesday evening. Win ners were: Oratorical, Ida Roda macher, first, and William Boeke meir, second; dramatic, Ardith Hag .irthy, first; Ruby Elfers, second humorous, Esther Barclay, first" Ruby Delia Smith, second. Judges iirsu ruuiiu uj. me U cuuuow, ».«..- were Mrs. Banton, Miss Fannie test in the state series was held Howell and Miss Esther Frederick here. Schools assigned in this contest of Charles City. Mary C a r t e r , stewardess killed in the crash of a transport plane in Utah, was the secret bride of John Wheeler (above), Chicago apartment h o t e l manager. (Associated Press Photo). ' Condition Is Unchanged. HAMPTON--Mrs. Elizabeth Baber, who is reported critically U) at her home here, is no better. Returns to Iowa City. MESERVEY--B. B. Frey re- urned to Iowa City where he will take further 'treatment for his hip. Will Live In Chicago. . POPEJOY--Mrs. John Leach left for Chicago to make her home with a daughter. ' . Sells Oil Station. FLOYD--Mr. and Mrs. Will Linquist ar moving from the Earl Jester house' to the Pearl Thomas house. Mr. Jester sold his oil station to a person from Waverly. Corn Hog Group Elected. LATIMER--At a meeting held in Latimer, the corn hog committees elected for "Marion township: Fred Kaus, V. V. DeBouir, C. W. Borcher- dingr. Home From Minneapolis. . PROTIVIN--Mrs. Mary Snoyek returned home from Minneapolis wnree she had been visiting for some tiine. "Wedding Anniversary Observed. ALEXANDER--About 20 friends and relatives gathered at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jake Ammerman to help celebrate their twenty-ninth wedding anniversary. Return From California. POPEJOY--Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Carr and daughter, Mr; and Mrs. J. W. Fisher, returned to th'pir homes from Fresno,. Cal., where "they had spent three months with the former's daughter, Mrs. Lucia Hart and sons. . ,, · · . · Returns to Duties. ROCKFORD--The Rev. P. J. Lavale tte, · pastor of Holy Name church, returned to his 'duties here following a three weeks' absence which, he spent in St. Joseph's hospital at Dubuque and Mercy hospital at Oelwein, suffering from an illness with influenza. '·· Funeral Held at MUford. WESLEY--Mrs. .Agatha Haverly, a long time resident of .Wesley,. received a message of .the death.of her sister, Mrs. Matilda Long, 67, at Milford Sunday. Funeral. services were held Tuesday morning at the; St. Joseph's church in'Milford with Mrs. Haverly, the J." L. Haverlys and Mrs. Alf Studer from Wesley attending. Buy Drum For "School/ CORWITH--The .Corwith Woman's- club met Tuesday afternoon at the home of-Mrs. Bonnie Beers. At the" business meeting the club decided;' Itp. purchase 4 'drum; jor.itliej .sciiooi- baiJ : wite^part of the...proi- eeects'.tf r'b'nr tie : miristrel show.' Thfr; program consisted of two",poems read by Mrs. Jennie- Thompson, "Noted Judges of the Supreme Court" by Mrs. Sadie Gardiner and a book review by Abble Bush. Mrs. Bower, Resident of Mitchell County 40 Years, Dies at Osage OSAGE, March 1.--Mrs. Jacob Bower, 84, died early Wednesday at her home here following a long illness. Mrs. Bower, formerly Caroline Renner, lived in Mitchell county 40 years, coming from Lewisburg, Penn. Mr. Bower died in 1920. Three daughters and two sons survive. They are: Mrs. Henry Graham of Alexandria, Minn., Mrs. William Haberkom, Osage, Mrs.-Henry Wells of Vinton, Robert and John, both of Osage. 'Services in charge of Dr. G. E. Ellis at Shelledy's funeral home probably Friday. GRAIN EXCHANGE IS REORGANIZED Kalen Named President of Rudd Farm Group; Talk by Dunn Heard. RUDD, March 1.--The Farmers' Exchange company met Wednesday afternoon at the opera house and reorganized. The group kept the same name "Farmers' Exchange company. Attorney Ed G. Dunn of Mason City assisted in the reorganization. Officers elected were as follows: President, M. A. Kalen; vice president, A. Marth; secretary, Otto G. Brandau; treasurer, Walter Jackson; directors, Martin Apel, E. Koehler, Frank Wagner, Gus'Olson and Ed Brandau. PIPE BREAKS; STORE FILLS WITH SMOKE .NASHUA, March 1. --Ruggles and Trusty's store was a busy place Wednesday morning for a short time. Mr. Trusty built the furnace fire but it happened that the pipe to the furnace had fallen off during the night. A store- full of smoke caused some hustling on the part of employes. Added to this trouble, Mr. Trusty was moving his family into another house that morning. Operated Since 1913. NEW HAMPTON, March 1.--A. J. Gardner, Alta Vista, this week registered the oldest automobile operating in Chickasaw county. It was a 1913 Ford. An interesting Fact Dally About the .State' too Are'Pr)ud to C'aU Vour Own! Iowa ranks first in total value of farm property. . CONTINUANCE OF TEST REFUSED Chickasaw Supervisors Halt T. B. Eradication Because of Lack of Funds. NEW HAMPTON, March 1.--The Chickasaw supervisors Wednesday afternoon refused to give Dr. H. A. Seidell, Des Holnes, state veternar- ian and Dr. R. A. Moye, Manchester, district veterinarian, permission to send out veterinarians in Chickasaw county to continue T. B eradication work until funds were available. Dr. Seidell and Dr. Moye had asked the board to meet, with them Wednesday and permit the state to commence .testing again. The board had halted testing in this county because of lack of funds. Dr. Seidell stated he woujd ask the attorney general's opinion on this question '·whether it is legal to issue warrants on any fund until taxes are eventually collected." No levy for T. B. eradication was made by .the Chickasaw supervisors but a mandatory levy was made this year. Mrs. Jenkinson, 78, Is Buried at Algona ALGONA, March 1.--Mrs. W. F. Jenkinson, 78,. died Tuesday morning at her farm home southwest of town. Mrs. Jenkinson was born in Wolfe Island, Ontario and came to Iowa about 50 years ago. Besides her husband, she leaves two daughters, Mrs. L. A. .Cruickshaiik and Mrs. A. R. Gardner; three sons, Dr Harry of Iowa City, Glenn and Louis of Algona. Funeral services were Wednesday afternoon at the Methodist church with the Rev. C. V. Hulse conducting the services. Former Iowa Falls Woman Succumbs at. Radcliffe IOWA FALLS, March 1.--Mrs. Frank Drake, formerly of Iowa Falls,'died at Radcliffe. Mr. Drake was manager of the Hotel Arling and later of the Hotel Woods. Mrs. Drake's death was due to diabetes. She is survived by her husband and three sons, Glen, who lives in Chicago, is noted asa singer, the other sons live in Minneapolis and California. The funeral win be held at Radcliffe Friday. . ; . Gonvith Man rjlurt as Gar Being Repaired Hits Him CORWITH, March;·!.--Dan Halligan, who lives southeast of Corwith, suffered a fractured collarbone Tuesday when his automobile under which he was working, fell off the blocks' and struck him. "T~1RANKLY, don't you feel a "Maybe that won't mean a J? bit annoyed when someone thing to you. 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