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Mason City, Iowa
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Monday, December 18, 1933
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DECEMBER IS 1933 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE FIVE FARMERS' CO-OPERATION WITH GOVERNMENT EMPHASIZED 400 AT HAMPTON HEAR ANDERSON Lubkeman Is Again Elected President of Franklin Farm Bureau. HAMPTON, Dec. 18.--The importance of farmers co-operating with the administration in its efforts to boost farm prices was stressed by Claus Anderson, Stanton farmer and member of the executive committee of tbo Iowa Farm Bureau federation, in a talk at the annual meeting of the Franklin county Farm Bureau. About 400 persons heard his talk. It was also emphasized by Mr. Anderson that a strong and thorough organization in county and townships in meeting all phases of the government's corn and hog re- S duction program is necessary. Gen- jl era! matters of Farm Bureau Ini terest were also discussed by the ll speaker. V H. P. Lubkeman of Coulter was i elected president of the county or! ganization for the seventh, year. Terry Grice of Geneva was named secretary and J. G. ShowalLer of Hampton was chosen treasurer. Mrs. George Wolf of Hampton was selected as home project chairman. The meeting was held in the Methodist church instead of the courthouse, us originally planned, as improvements are being made at the courthouse. M. B. Gilbert of Iowa Falls, who was scheduled to talk on the corn-hog program, arrived too late to speak. Dinner was served to about 275. Manning W. Howell, county agent, said the meeting was one of the 'best attended and most enthusiastic: held for some time. HERE AND THE , : » t » : « S * » * » » * » e * Miscellaneous Items From 125 Globe-Gazette Correspondents in North Iowa and Minnesota Cartersville Patrons Will Be Served From Rockwell Postoffice ROCKWELL, Dec. IS.-- The local pLStoffice received information from the postoffice department at Washington, that the Cartersvlilc office will be discontinued Dec. SO, and that the patrons of that office will be served by rural delivery frcm Rockwell, route No. 2. Mrs. Doolittle Rites Conducted; Interment Is Made in Northwood ,,.,,~qORDONSVILLE.' Dec. 18.--Fu- iieral services for Mrs. Homer H. jpdolittlo, 83, who died at the home of her son-in-law nnd daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Mark L. Young-, were held this afternoon at the Young home. Burial was in the Northwood cemetery. Mr. and Mrs. Doolittle were residents of Mason City for several years after moving from Northwood. Mrs. Doolittle VEIS a member of the Methodist church and the W. R. C. Mr. Doa- little, 94, Civil war veteran, survives. Anna Solomonson, 57, Scarville, S u c c u m b s ; Rites Will Be Tuesday SCARVILLE, Dec. IS.--Anna Sol- onionaon, 5T, died Friday afternoon at the home of Her brother, S. O. Solomonson, after suffering a paralytic stroke three days previously. She is survived by two other brothers, Oscar and Lewis, of this community, and a sister, Mrs. O. B. Jensen of Lake Mills. Funeral rites will be bold at the S. O. Solomonson home and North Prairie church Tuesday afternoon. The Rev. S. J. Freitheim will officiate. Are 111 Rochester. ROCKFORD--Charles Staudt and Charles Young are at Rochester, Minn., receiving treatment at the Mayo clinic. Leave for West. OSAGE--Mr. and Mrs. George Hill left to spend a couple of months at Valentine, Ariz., with their daughter, Mrs. · Walter Voorhees. Mr. Voorhees is a teacher in an Indian school there. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Dalton are on their way to California for a few weeks' vacation at Los Angeles. Leaves for Florida. ROCKWELL--Mr. and Airs. Christian Zeidler and son, Evan Verle, left ^Saturday afternoon by auto for southern Florida for their customary winter sojourn. Prepare for Program. LAT1MER--The Latimer students are preparing for their Christmas program to be held in the assembly room and each grade room Friday afternoon, Dec. 22, Recovering- After Operation. BUFFALO CENTER--Mrs. Joe Tripe of Delavan, Minn., was operated on at the Dalmage hospital Thursday morning for tumor. Mrs. Tripe is improving. Christmas Program Given. OSAGE--Lucretia Deering chapter, D. A. R., met at the home of Miss Lulu Fay for a dinner and Christmas program Saturday evening. The program consisted of a. candle lighting ceremony by the chapter. Two Christmas stories by Mrs. E. J. ScofieW and a group of carols was sung by Mrs. W. E. McCoy and Misses Clare Moo and Josephine, KIngsbury. 150 Attend Party. GARNER--Members of the Catholic Daughters of America entertained their families at a 0:30 o'clock dinner at the C. D. of A liall Sunday. An exchange of Christmas gifts and treats for the children and a Christmas program was carried out. One hundred and fifty attended. Arc Parents of Son. LAKE MILLS--Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Thoc are parents of a boy born Wednesday. This is the second boy. They are at the Nacve hospital at Albert Lea. Returns From Wyoming. ROCKFORD--Mrs. Minnie Dewitt returned from a five months' visit in the home of her sister, Mrs. Mar- YOUR IOWA An Interesting Fuel Daily About tho State Yon Are Proud tc Call Your Oii-n! J. R. McVicker of Iowa City and J. J. Pfiffner o£ Princeton, N. J., are the two living alumni of Iowa university who hold five degrees. Oskaloosa Woman Held in Jail at Indianola as Accomplice. INDIANOLA, Dec. IS. (11*)--Harold Fitzsimmons, 30, Riverside, was dead of bullet wounds today after he was wounded eight times by deputy sheriffs called to investigate a robbery attempt at the J. C. Penney store late Saturday night. The officers said Fitzsimmons left the rear door of the store, gun in hand, and refused to stop when they attempted to halt him. Some of their bullets struck him in the lungs and he died last night at a hospital here. Laverno McDonald, 25, who said she lived in Oskaloosa, is held in the county jail here as an accomplice. Fitzsimmons, according to Sheriff Frank Hougtalling, is the adopted son of the Rev. C. B. Fitzsimmons, former chaplain at the state penitentiary at Fort Madison. CasK Prizes to bo Given. OSAGE--Lewis Haberkom has offered two cash prizes to boys and girls for best Purple Martin or Wren house. Miss Guire's pupils in Washington school are collecting and repairing broken toys for Christmas distribution. fir. Attend Party. DUMONT--Fifty-five were entertained at the rural letter carriers annual picnic Friday night in the Legion hall with Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Shaffer. Mr. anil Mrs. C. A. D. Goodell and Mrs. Icea Wilcox entertaining. Mrs. Gitscli President. FREDERICKSBURG -- The Ladies Aid society of Saint John's Lutheran church elected: President, Mrs. Bertha Gitscli; vice president, Mrs. Clara Durr; secretary, Mrs Wilma Karameyer; treasurer, Mrs. Marie Weitenhagen. Meets at Staudt Home. ROCKFORD--The junior bridge club met with Mr. and Mrs. Marc Staudt. High score prizes were won by Mrs. Carl Cunningham and Roy Crabtree. Oelwein Woman Is Among Week-End Victims of Auto Mishaps. WATERLOO, Dec. IS. (fl-- Three persons were dead here today as Lhe result of week-end automobile accidents. They were: Mrs. Rafael Arvaa, 4U, Oelwein; Dohlas Gonzales, 20, Wa- .erloo, and Mrs. James McKevitt, BO, Waterloo. Mrs. Arvns and Gonzales were fatally injured when Gonzales' car overturned four miles east of here Saturday night. Mr. Avvas suffered chest injuries and Antonio Garcia of'Waterloo, riding with them, was- less seriously injured. Mrs. McKevitt was struck by an automobile on a down town street BAKER WINS SWEEPSTAKES Walter Baker of Thornton had the best ten cars of yellow corn anc won sweepstakes in the amateur class at the Four county fair a Ackley. In a previous issue of th Globe-Gazette, Mr. Thornton was not given credit for these winnings. Lorentzen, 92, Pioneer of North Iowa, Succumbs Mineral Services Will Be Held Tuesday Afternoon at Thompson. THOMPSON, Dec. 18.--Lars Lorentzen, 92, died at his home here Saturday afternoon at 1 o'clock. He only was confined to his bed since Dec. 3. Up until that time he had seen quite well and rugged and able to care for household duties and for Mrs. Lorentzen, who has been in pood health for about four years. Mr. Lorcntzon was born Aug. 17, 1841 in Denmark. Mr. and Mrs. Lorentzen were married at Laaland, Denmark, in 1867. The three children came to this country f2 years ago. They lived on n. farm near Britt for 15 years. Since 1S9G they lived in Thompson at their present home. Mr. Lorentzcn leaves his wife and two daughters, Mrs. W. H. Dickerson of Clear Lake and Mrs. C. T. Fletcher of Thompson. Ono son preceded him In death, L. P. Lorentzen, who died July 1, 1023, at Nora Springs. Mr. Lorentzen also* leaves seven grandchildren and four great grandchildren. Funeral services will be held at the home Tuesday afternoon at 2:30 AT STOLEN LARS LORENTZEN o'clock. The Rev. A. G. Heddle, pastor of the M. E. church, will officiate. Burial will be in the Rose Hill cemetery. Burglars Believed to Have Hauled Goods Away by Use of Truck. KMMETSBURG, Dec. IS.--Thieves entered the general store of Mrs. Ida Bellenbach at Rodman sometime during the week-end and escaped with several hundred dollars \vorth of merchandise and foodstuffs-, it was reported here ycster- .lay. Several complete outfits of clothing, cverx to rubbers which fit Uio Khocs stolen, were taken by the robbers, who gained entrance by breaking Home rear windows of tho building. Officers believe tho goods were loaded into a Ford truck, as imprints of the tires were visible on the street where entrance was gained. Included in the stolen merchandise was a box of newly arrived Christmas goods which had not been, unpacked. Visits in Missouri. CARPENTER --- Adolph Kleinwort left Saturday for Mobcrly antt St. Louis Mo., to visit friends and relatives. Truck Turns Over at Corner in West Union WF.ST UNION, Dec. }£-- A seven and one-half ton truck belonging to Elmo H. Bcvington, truck operator at Greenfield, lies wrong side up and wrong end to, with its entire upper part apparently n. total wreck in a cornfield at the fairground cor- 7ier in West Union, where it landed Friday night when the driver failed to make the turn. In the cab were Bud Henderson and Wilbut Wo)n, 11011] of Greenfield. Both men were bruised and cut but received no fractures. Farmer Succumbs at Home Near Lake Mi LAKE MILLS, Dec. 18.--Irving; Witham, who resided east of Lake Mills, 1 died at his home Friday night. He had been ill quite a long time. He is survived by his wife and two children. Broken Leg Is Suffered by Woman at Lake Mills LAKE MILLS, Dec. 18.--Mrs. -Asle Kopsing, more than 60 years of age, fell on the ice in her backyard and broke her leg above the knee, Saturday morning. Distributed 1,000 Bags of Candy. BELMOND, Dec. 18. -- Santa Claus arrived in Belmond Saturday afternoon on a truck decorated with Christmas colors, and accompanied by a band of helpers, who distributed to an eagerly a%vaiting group of kiddies 1,000 bags of nuta and candies. The event wan sponsored by the local Chamber of Commerce. garet Flora, Wheatland, Wyo. Students From Carthage. MANLY--Misses Ruth and Dorothy Lichtenstein arrived from Carthage, HI.. Saturday to spend the_ holidays with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. H, Lichtenstien. The girls are students at Carthage college. Lenvo for San Diego. BELMOND--Mr. and Mrs. Albert Skouge and family left Sunday for Sun Diego, Cal., where they will Kpend Christmas and the following six weeks, visiting- in the home of Mr. Skougc's mother, Mrs. George Skouge. They were accompanied by Mrs. Alfred Guy, of Tama. Mrs. Guy and Mr. Skouge are brother and sister. Sing at Cuimtv Home. GARNER -- Thirty members of the Epwortli league and members of the choir of the First Methodist church directed by Airs. Chet Stille sang Christmas carols at the Hancock county home near Duncan at 0:45 o'clock Sunday night. KretiiniH From California. LAKE MILLS---Miss Hazel Martin who has spent the past year In California, returned here Friday for a week's visit with Miss Totld. Attend Aunt's Funeral. GREENE--Mr. and Mrs. Ira Marsh, Fred and Elmer Kubn, left Friday night for Dixon, III., called there by the death of their aunt, Mrs. R. S. Farrand. Funeral services were held Monday afternoon. Ucturns From Chicago. ROCKFORD--G. H. Galvin, northwest regional district code chairman of structural clay products industries, made a trip to Chicago in the interests o£ this work. He returned Saturday. Win in Dcclanmtor3' Work. ARMSTRONG--The first elimination homo declamatory humorous contest was held with .13 contestants taking part. Winners were: Maxine Erickson, Margarette Floyd, Dorothy Sunday, Irene Felkcy, Lorraine Johnson, Robert Fitzgibbons, Letha DeBates, Mary Gurdette. Returns From Pcmisylvnnla. LTJVERNE -- The Rev. A. .7. Koonce returned from Pennsylvania Friday. He has been assisting as pastor in evangelistic meetings the past two weeks. Meets at School. GORDONSVILLE, Minn.--Mothers club of Gordonsville school held ts December meeting at the schoolhouse Friday afternoon. Hold District Meeting. PLYMOUTH--The Rev. Currle Mavcs assisted by the Rev. Donald Muck of the Free Methodist church are at Ruthven holding a district meeting at the Free Methodist church there. Former Manager Visitor. MITCHELL-- .1. B. Dexter, who was manager of the James A. Smith lumber yard here about 35 years ago was calling on old friends here Thursday. He hag been In the Pbil- ippir.c islands since 1899. His wife died In a Rochester, Minn., hospital recently. llomn From College. ROCK FALLS--Miss Carolyn Wilkinson, a student at the Iowa State Teachers college spent the week-end with her parents, Mr. ·nxJ Mrs. R. V. Wilkinson. . Will Quit Farming. KfESTER, Minn.--Matson brothers, who conducted the milk route here for several years held a closing out sale Saturday with an auction sale at the farm. They are quitting farming. Entertained by Pilfitor. CRYSTAL LAKE--The Rev. and Mrs. Joseph S. Hutchlngs entertained the church board members and their wives or husbands and the school faculty at a dinner held in the church basement. About 45 attended. Students Plan Prog-ram. SCARVILLE--The public school will close Thursday with a Christmas tree and program given jointly by the grades and high school. The holiday vacation will extend over two weeks' time. Are Parents of Son. PLYMOUTH--A boy was born to Mr. and Mrs. Harold Durner Friday afternoon. This Is their first child. Leave- for Florida. BURT--Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Buell left Saturday for St. Petersburg, Fla., where they will spend the winter. Recovering ut Home. ROCK FALLS--Fred Morse is recuperating at his home following treatment at the University of Iowa hospital. Returns From Austin, PORTLAND--C. W. Files has returned from Austin, Minn., where he was transacting business during- a portion of the past week. Return From Webster City. MANLY--Misses Eleanor and Mabel Mitchell returned from Webster City Saturday where they had been visiting relatives. Home From Indiana. PLYMOUTH--Park Anderson of Taylor college, Ind., Is here to spend the Christmas vacation with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Archie Anderson. Mr. Anderson preached at the Free Methodist church Sunday morning-. MTU. Pnlnier Hostess, . RUDD--The Culture club met Saturday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Lilali Palmer. Mrs. Nellie Roberts read "The Christmas Story," Mrs. Esther Cords gave the Bible stud}' and Mrs. Florence Poraeroy entertained with a piano solo. Children Given Treats. BURT--The American Legion auxiliary held a cradle roll Christmas party Saturday afternoon for the children O f ex-service men. Santa Claua presented sacks of candy to the children. Afterwards he was on the street and presented candy to all children. The Community club sponsored his visit. Born at Gnlilffeld. GOLDFIELD--Mr. and Mrs. Homer Lyons are the parents of a 7 pound son born Dec. 13. He has been named Glenn Lee. - Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Cameron are parents of a 10% pound daughter born on Thursday. Mr. nnd Mrs. Arthur Haugliind are the parents of an 89'i pound son, Melvin Lee, born on Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Peterson of near Hardy are the parents of a 7',i pound daughter, Janice-Ann, born Dec. 15. nirs. Giiiviu HostesH. ROCKFORD--Mrs. O. H. Galvin was hostess to the December meeting of the Woman'n club at her home Thursday evening. A dinner was served at G:30. A book review was offered by Mrs. Milton Dunlap of Charles City, county federation president. Mrs. Anna Wyatt gave a summary of the lecture by Dr. Holt which she attended at Charles City, on "In Retreat With Mahatma Gandhi." The club voterl to co-operate with the Commercial club in furnishing Christmas cheer for the iinomployetj Covnlcht, 1033, R. J. Rfrjnolds Tobacco Company Thlv IS IN l-Jb. glass Keeps tho Prince Alb erf In prime Four boxes of Camel "fifties" Pit dressed us» for Christmas- Pnnce Albert.. with its spociat gift wrap A whole carton (ten packs of "twenties Irt Us special Christmas wrep. . . made from finei\ more expensive tobaccos Recognized everywhere as being made from finer, MORE EXPENSIVE tobaccos than any other popular brand, Camels naturally suggest themselves as the gift for any smoker. Camels never get on the nerves or tire the taste. The smoker to whom you give Camels will appreciate the mildness and satisfying flavor of those costlier tobaccos; So to give pleasure, give Camels--now on display in gay Christmas packages. T H E N A T I O N A L J O Y S M O K E Among men who smoke pipes or "roll their own," Prince Albert smoking tobacco is known as "the national joy smoke." A special process takes out every hint of harshness or "bite"--leaves P. A. cool, slow-burning and mellow. No wonder that more men smoke Prince Albert than any other brand. The one-pound glass humidors and one- pound tins are suitably packaged for the Christmas season.

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