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August 8, 1935

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 5

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I K MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, AUGUST 8 1935 FIVE IOWA BUREAU PRESSES SEARCH FOR ACKLEY BANK BANDITS i( CLEWS TO WORK ON ARE MEAGER Acting Chief States Same Gang May Have Pulled 5 Lootings. Although meager clews are available for officers to work on, it was learned in several sections that the state bureau of investigation Wednesday was pressing the search for bandits who robbed tue Ackley State bank. That the gang might be the same which roobea four other North Iowa banks was also suggested. Agent Burke of the state bureau of invstigation Wednesday conferred with Mitchell county officers, checking through records of automobiles, since it was reported that a Mitchell county car had been used by the bandits at Ackley. No thefts of autos or license plates had been reported recently from Mitchell county, however. Investigates at Ackley. After contending with Mitchell county officers, Agent Burke went to ACKley to investigate further the various angles of the robbery there. Whether or not this might indicate that the bandits somehow got hold of plates purchased through normal channels or were actually residents of Mitchell county, officials did not disclose. Meanwhile, Glen L. Schmidt, acting chief of the state bureau of investigation, announced at Des Moines that indications led him to believe the same three men have robbed the banks in North Iowa. Methods used in approaching the banks, the conduct of the robber; inside the cages while a companion waited in an automobile outside and the escapes were apparently similar, Schmidt said. Descriptions Somewhat Similar. Descriptions of the robbers tally in some instances, he said. Bank's which have been robbed and included in his theoretical analysis included those at Buffalo Center, Rockford, Elma, Monona and Ackley. That the bandit gang spends the loot quickly and strikes again caused officers to wonder whether they would hit again in North Iowa soon. At Ackley Wednesday, the day following the taking of .$2,000 there, annual Sauerkraut day was celebrated. A crowd estimated at between 2,000 and 2,500 was present at night. The chief topic of conversation was the bank robbery. Mrs. Monson Group Wins in Crystal Lake Contest CRYSTAL LAKE, Aug 8.-- The American Legion auxiliary met Tuesday afternoon in the hall with Mrs. Esta Rose persiding. The membership contest ended and the side with Mrs. Edna Monson as captain won the contest. Mrs. Lizzie Rose was captain of the losing side. The losers will serve a banquet Friday, Aug. 16, to the winners. About 50 plan to be present. Mrs. Martha Riggle was elected delegate and Miss Mabel Earp alternate to convention at Iowa City. the Body of Payette Will Be Brought to Greene GREENE, Aug. 8.-- G. R. Watterson left for Macon, from which place he will bring the body of Fred Payette, who died there. Mr. Payette, whose home is at Greene, had been at Macon for several years because of ill health. Beturn to Home. LYLE, Minn.--Mrs. D. H. Henly and son returned to their home in Sterling. 111., after a visit at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ole Haas. :-: H E R E AND T H E R E : - : Miscellaneous Items From 125 Globe-Gazette Correspondents North Iowa and Minnesota in Visitors From Mount Vernon. BRISTOW-- Doctor Edward T. Gough and family of Mount Vernon visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Gough a few days, leaving for Clear Lake Tuesday morning on an outing. Born at Forest City. FOREST CITY-- Mr. and Mrs. Sylvan M. Hanna arc parents of a 7 pound son, Duane Roger, born Aug. 2. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Munson are parents of an 8 pound daughter born Aug. 4 in the local hospital. Will Submit to Operation. MANLY-- Mr. and Mrs. Ed Wirst- lin are leaving today for St. Paul to see their daughter,' Mrs. Jim Williams, who will undergo an operation at the hospital there. Are Parents of Son. LELAND -- A son, Eugene Ronald, weighing 10 pounds and 11 ounces, was born "to Mr. and Mrs. Chester Huglen at the hospital in Lake Mills. This is their first child. Born at Osage. OSAGE -- Mr. and Mrs. Paul Renner have a baby boy, born at the Nissen hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Leter Willey have an S pound baby daughter,' born Tuesday at the Nissen hospital. This is the Willey's first child. Will Give Demonstration. S W E A C I T Y -- Misses Paulline Preston and Betty Anderson were selected to put on the demonstration on Achievement day by the Swea township 4-H club. They will demonstrate cleaning and pressing of silk and wool garments. Visitors From Illinois. THORNTON-- Mr. and Mrs. Otto Johnson and children of Pearl City, 111., came Monday for a few days' visit at the homes of Mrs. Dena Johnson and Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Agler and Mr. nnd Mrs. Walter Baker. Visitors From Waterloo. STACYVILLE -- Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Adams and family spent the week-end with Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Adams at Waterloo. They also visited friends at Cedar Falls. Guests From New York. FOREST CITY-- Mr. and Mrs. Ellsworth Stevens of New York City and Miss Evelvn Brandmo of Minncapois came Wednesday for a few days' visit in the Attorney A. J. Hill home. Visitors in Des Moines. LELAND -- Mr. and Mrs. Laurence Thompson were business visitors in Des Moines Tuesday. Honored on Birthday. LONEROCK-- Mr. and Mrs. Otis Sanders entertained 22 »uests in honor of their son, Glen, on his birthday. Visitor From Illinois. SWEA CITY -- C. A. Anderson of Pecatonica, HI., is spending a few days here relatives. Visit in Whiting. ARMSTRONG -- Dr. and Mrs. J. B. Knice and daughter, Myrland. went to Whiting- to visit thei- daughter and sister. Mrs. W. B Campbell. Dr. and Mrs. Knipe will leave from there Wednesday for a 10 day vacation trip in the Dakotas, Black Hills, Montana, Yellowstone National nark and Denver, Colo. Scalded by Water. STACYVILLE-- Victor Salz. small son of Mr. and Mrs. Will Salz, suffered burns on his shoulder and stomach when he tipped a scaldins: kettle of potato water over himself Monday noon. He was rushed here for treatment. Submits to Operation. FOREST CITY-^Miss Violet Butler was operated on Wednesday for acute anpendicitis. She returned to her duties as nurse in the Irish hospital the first of August following a six weeks' vacation spent in North. wood and Minneapolis. Taken to Hospital. CLARKSVILLE-- C. A. Wain, switch tower operator for the C. G. W., suffered a sudden attack of gas- fGROOflSAUQlfSALSCO O^WSNft «W Briardale Corn Flakes For a real breakfast treat try these crisp, crunch}*, nut-brown flakes of finest Iowa corn. Generous-sized package and wax-wrapped to insure FRESHNESS. Tali Corn Flour A fine all-pur- p o n e flour. M i l l e d i n (tm-ii of all hard - wheat. Sold on an absolute #tmr- nnteo of *f»t- Ufnrtion or money back. Try a sack. G. W. C. Peaehes 6 to 8 targe, luscious, golden halves of firm, rlpo C a l i f o r n i a peaches. 4tt clej;ree s y r u p . Fine for smicc or Mitnds. Also offered in n 1 i c c «, Both varieties offered nt a sprcinl price thin Friday and Saturday, !OWA SOAPS for IOWA FOLKS MBR]C Washer Soap Powder . . . n quality product for every laundry and household use. Pntter . . . a bland, rlch-lnlhprlnj: toilet »oa| «*' purify flnri exceptional cleansing ability. I'KOTKX Protect* Hcnlth. Know Your State A Feet a Day About loway! New vocational agriculture departments have been established at Anthon, Decorah, Leon, Mediapolis, Northwood, Osage, Panora, Pella, Traer and West Branch for the school year beginning July 1. 1935. trie hemorrhage and was taken to Mercy hospital Waverly, where he is still in a serious condition. Employed From Waukon. GREENE--Gordon Goede of Waukon, has been engaged as one of the printing staff of the local newspaper, the Iowa Recorder. Mr. Goede formerly was with the Waukon Democrat. Mrs. A. B. Mohnke, society editor of the Recorder, is ill. Will 1'rcacrit Pupils. GRAFTON--Joy Peshak de Vermond will present her pupils in a costume recital in the gymnasium of the school Tuesday, Aug. 13, at 7:40 o'clock. Characteristic music of different nations will be played. Arrives From Palmer. PLYMOUTH--Arnold Hemphills of Palmer arrived Tuesday for a vacation visit with his mother and other relatives of the family. Leaves for Wisconsin. LYLE, Minn. -- Miss Helga Schwanke left for Colmoa, Wis., to spend several weeks visiting friends and relatives. Arrives From Philadelphia. CRYSTAL LAKE--Mildred Rose arrived Monday from Philadelphia where she has been employed as technician several years and is spending a three weeks' vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rose, and brothers and sisters and their families. Visit in Nebraska. GRAFTON--Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Bruesewitz, son, Eugene, and Mrs. John P. Whit, Sr., have gone to Burwell, Nebr,, to visit relatives and see the rodeo. Visit at Los Angeles. VENTURA--The Rev. W. Wolfram, Ted Wolfram, Mrs. Pelz and Mrs. Milton Jenson motored to Los Angeles. Cal. The Wolfram brothers were called west because of the critical condition of their mother. Mrs. Jenson will visit a brother in San Francisco. Mrs. W. Wolfram, who has been in California for the past three weeks, will return Witt the party. Her mother is ill. Returns From Illinois. LYLE, Minn.--Mrs. N. T. Fortun returned home after a few weeks' visit with relatives in Illinois. Return From Canada. LAKE MILLS--Mr. and Mrs W. B. Johnson and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Johnson returned from a visit, to northern Minnesota and Port Arthur, Canada. Return From California. NORA SPRINGS--Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Moody and son. Robert, and daughter, Margaret; Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bright of Nora Springs and the B. I. Bright family of Mason City, reached their homes Tuesday after a six weeks' stay in California visiting with their cousins, the Coffins at Riverside and all spending the month of Julv at Newport Beach. Mrs. Luella Moody returned with them. Bookkeeper at Exchange. RUDD--The Homer Burcham family rented rooms at the Hotel building. Mr. Burcham will be the bookeeper for the Farmers' Exchange company. Dies at Davenport. CALMAR--Mrs. E. H. Ellingson left Tuesday for Davenport where she was called on account of the death of her sister. Honored at Shower. CLARION--As a pre-nuptial courtesy to Miss Esther Trow- fcridge of Clarion and Louis H. Enos of Akron, Ohio, who are to be married at high noon Friday, Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Payne entertained 20 friends with a buffet supper Tuesday night. Leaves for Minneapolis. BELMOND--Miss Elaine Rierson left for Minneapolis Wednesday to spend a week visiting her sister, Mrs. Chester Olson. Return to Randolph. NORA SPRINGS--Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Adams and daughters, Louise and Mildred of Randolph. Nebr., left Wednesday after a visit at the home of their sister-in-law, Mrs. Ada TCdgington and family. Holds Annual Service. P L Y M O U T H -- T h e Farmers' Wives and Daughters club held an annual ice cream social at East park, Mason City, Wednesday night and enjoyed the midweek musical concert in the pa.rk. Returning to California. NORA SPRINGS--Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Benedict of Lodi. Cal.. left Tuesday after a visit at the home of his sister-in-law, Mrs. Minnie Benedict, and other relatives and friends of his boyhood days. Return to Wisconsin. CALMAR --Mr. and Mrs. Mike Bauer departed Wednesday for their home in Waukcsaw. Wis.. after spending the past week visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Uher. Arrive From Wisconsin. CALMAR--Mrs. Jake Beovar and children. Lois nnd Raphael, arrii-ed home Wednesday from La Crosso, Wis.. where they visited Mrs. Bce- var's aunt. Goes to Devil's Lake, BELMOND--Mrs. Ben Hoeenson left Wednesday for Devils' Lake, N. Dak., to visit her husband, who is employed as a contractor there and in other North Dakota towns. 43 IStishels to Acre. ALLISON-- Thirty acres of oats at the Herman Fick farm averaged 43 bushels per acre which is a fair average for this vicinity this year. Excessive rains have caused some waste from mold and retarded threshing considerably. Honored on Birthday. GENEVA-- Mrs. H. 1. Pickering, whose birthday was Sunday was guest of honor, Monday, when about a dozen neighbors and relatives came with a basket supper to celebrate the event. Suffers Severe Stroke. SWEA CITY-- Mrs. A. W. Bruce, pioneer resident, suffered a severe stroke of apoplexy at her home here Tuesday night. Her condition is serious. On Trip ill East. ARMSTRONG-- Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Morsch are taking a 10 day vacation trip through the eastern states and New York City. Visitors From Pipestone. L O N E R O C K -- Mrs. R. J. Edwards and two sons of Pipestone, Minn., arrived to visit at the Roy Jensen home. Mrs. Edwards sister of Mrs. Jensen. is a LARSON FUNERAL TO BE AT JOICE Rites Will Be Held at Farm Home and at Concordia Church There. JOICE, Aug. S.--Funeral services for Joe Larson, 40, who died at a Mason City hospital Monday evening will be held at the farm home near here at 1:30 Friday af. ternoon and at the Concordia church at 2 o'clock. The Rev. F. L. Scheie, pastor, will be in charge of the services. Burial will be in the Concordia cemetery. Mr. Larson is survived by his wife and two children, Mary Lou, S, and Harlan, 5, a brother, Laurits Larson of Joice and three sisters, Mrs. Ole Larson, Mrs. John H. Bang, both of Joice, and Mrs. H. M. Thompson, Northwood, N. Dak. Mason City relatives are two cousins, Mrs. Emma Benson, 704 South Georgia avenue, and Mrs. John Wilson, 321 East State tsreet. Will Discuss Luke Pollution. ARNOLD'S PARK, Aug. 8. UP)-The Iowa State Conservation commission and the state board of health will meet in joint session at the Gull Point state park lodge Osage Carrier 7 Years Is Enthused With Work Dalton Green Earns Spending Money, and Saves to Go DALTON GKEEN. Aug. 16 to discuss pollution of the Okoboji lakes. to School. Dalton Green, who Wednesday completed his seventh year as Globe-Gazette carrier in Osage, said with enthusiasm that his contacts with people through his business have interested him greatly and have been pleasant. Many of his customers he has served during the entire seven years. "Not only have I earned spending money but have been able to save some to be used when I start to school this fall," he said. Dalton started carrying Globe- Gazettes- when he was 10 years of age. For three years he sold papers on the street. On entering high school four years ago, he was given a route of regular customers and is still carrying the route. Hot or cold, rain or shine, at all times he has seen that his custom'* era receive their papers as soon as possible after their arrival. Who makes war? Well, you never see a nation fighting to protect the interests of poor men.--Cedar Kap- i(ls Gazette, During his high school work, he has found time for athletics, taking a major role in this activity. He was captain of the baseball team. Dalton also has done a number of odd jobs. LARGE CROWD AT BRISTOW EVENTS Greene and Bristow Victors in Ball Game; Band Furnishes Music. BRISTOW, Aug. 8.--Bristow's annual celebration on Aug. 6 drew the same attractions and a large crowd was present for the evening. There were two ball games during the day in which Bristow and Greene were victors over Dumont and and Shell Rock. A fight in the evening between a concession man and bystander necessitated calling the sheriff. Bristow band furnished music during the day and evening. Progress Is Reported on Forest City Improving FOREST CITY, Aug. 8.--A new store front is being put on at the Linde grocery slore this week. The Clausen and Hanson building being erected on East J. street is about completed. It will be occupied by the Lee Poultry service. Work on the Allen Stcnseth Super-service station will be finished the first of next week, according to present indica- I lions. Photographic Proof of what is happening in your Motor *THIS VALVE IS FROM A POPULAR LOW-PRICED CAR AFTER OPERATING 20,72^ MILES ON ORDINARY GASOLINE. S T E M IS B A D L Y * WORN AND H E A V Y C A R B O N DEPOSITS HAVE P R E V E N T E D i VALVE PROM SEATING- W I T H f RESULTING PITTING- OF VALVE i FACE AND LOSS OF POWER " f \ .«THIS VALVE IS FROM A CAR OF THE SAME MAKE AFTER OPERATING ^O/Oofa MILES ON D-X, THE VALVE FACE IS CLEAN, STEM IS FREE FROM CARBON,AND THERE IS NO MEASURABLE WEAR." These enlarged pictures of valves-- made from actual photographs-give indisputable evidence of the value of upper cylinder lubrication as provided by D-X and D-X Ethyl. No motor can operate efficiently with dirty or damaged valves, and no fuel, other than D-X and D-X Ethyl, gives valve stems, seats and guides the protective heat- resisting lubrication so essential to proper operation and long life. Use D-X or D-X Ethyl in your own car. They will save you costly repair bills . . . will give you better mileage, more power. Both fuels provide the exclusive D-X Upper Cylinder lubrication feature . . . and D-X Ethyl provides the maximum anti-knock performance required by the new high compression motors. Try them! MID- CONTINENT PETROLEUM CORPORATION lines ! P.Z1I-5C li

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