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Mason City, Iowa
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Tuesday, August 27, 1935
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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, AUGUST 27 · MASUN CITY G1XJBE GAZETTE. AUGUST 27 M 1935 ~~^^^^^^^^^^^^ mm ^^ m *^^^^** m * i *~** i *~**^^^^*~^**~^--'^~~~~^^--^^^--~^^--^--^^^^^--^^^^---i« -- - ^^^*..- _ yrvrt LARGE ENTRY LISTS AT WORTH AND HOWARD COUNTY FAIRS RECORD IS SET ATNORTHWOOD AB fens and Sheds Filled Wth Uyestock Exhibits at Cresco. NORTHWOOD, Aug. 27.^T Worth county fair opened Monday with the largest list of entries in all departments ever on record. The first program was given Monday evening, cold weather slightly reducing the attendance. Al Miller's "Fantasies of 1935" and other acts and a demonstaration by the phantom car controlled hy radio were among the features. The Austin Packers defeated Northwood 4 to 0 in a 7 inning game under the lights. Dugan for Austin was invincible, striking out 16 batters in 7 innings, allowing but three hits and giving no walks. Bennett of Northwood struck out 15 and allowed 6 hits but went wild, giving 7 passes and hitting a batter with a pitched ball. Three walka, two hits and two errors bunched In the fourth inning gave Austin its total of 4 points. Lake Mills junior baseball team defeated Northwood 8 to 2 on Monday afternoon. ALL, SPACE FILLED FOR HOWARD FADl CRESCO, Aug. 27.--Fair weather greeted the opening of the Howard county fair at Cresco with a fair crowd. The numerous entries of livestock Monday and Tuesday v morning filled all available spaces in barns and sheds and other entries were on a par with previous years. Horse races Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday afternoons end the auto races Friday, with the free platform acts each day are outstanding features, with the night reviews and closing Friday night with a grand display of fireworks in a class with those at the Chicago Century of Progress. $100and$115~anAcre Are Prices for Farms in Faulkner Vicinity FAULKNER, Aug. 27.--Clayton Knipfel purchased the 120 acre farm 1% miles east of Faulkner from the John Roegner, Sr., estate at $115 an acre. The farm is well improved and is now tenanted by Roy Roegner. The 65 acre farm 2, miles north of Faulkner belonging to the Charles Homer Sr., estate has been sold to Miss Irene Kramer, Mrs. Elmer Held and Mrs. Lou Warneke, daughters of Sebo Kramer. The price was $100 an acre. Contract for Algona Theater Let to Larson ALGQNA, Aug. 27.--G. L. Pettitt, theater proprietor for the new motion picture and store fronts, awarded the general contract Monday to Larry Larson, Webb City, Mo. The contract was let to Cowan and Son of Algona, but was rescinded a short time ago. The cost will be 531,000. The building will be 44 by 132 feet, of brick construction with black vitrolite front. Kanawha Boy, Killed on Spreader, Buried KANAWHA, Aug. 27.--The funeral for Russel! Larson, 4, killed when caught in the manure spreader at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alviir Larson, was held Saturday afternoon at the M. E. church in Kanawha. The Rev. E. A. Briggs officiated. V. Farnam Blomgren sang a solo and the mixed quartet of the M. E. church furnished other vocal numbers. :-: H E R E AND T H E RE.:-: Miscellaneous Items From 125 Globe-Gazette Correspondents in North Iowa and Minnesota Will Ge to PORTLAND-- The Rev. Arthur . Core, who has been pastor of a church at Browereberg, Minn., the past year, and his wife are spending the week at the home of Mrs. Core's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Pippert, and plan to leave soon to go to Indianapolis, Ind., where Mr. Core will attend college during the coming year. Visits la Colorado. PLYMOUTH-- Mrs. T. C. Coltia- ter is visiting in Colorado, called there by the illness of her sister. Former Teachers Guests. GREENE-- Miss Estella ' Schuck- necht, who teaches in the public schools at Charles City, and Miss Mable Huber of New York City, both former teachers in the local public schools, are guests of the E. H. Barth family. On Trip Through West. GOLDFIELD -- Alex Sawin and Miss Berthal Sawin left Thursday on a three weeks' automobile trip through the western states. They plan to stop' at the Black Hills and Yellowstone park enroute west and will also visit relatives in western Idaho. Visitors From Oregon. ROCKWELL -- Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Roderick of Philomath, Ore., and Mrs. Rose of Chamberlain, S. Dak., were week-end guests of the George Grummon and M. D. Roderick households. The visitors left Monday morning for Allamakee county, the original old home. Admitted to Hospital. ROCKWELL-- Fred Dreyer was admitted to the Scholl hospital Monday afternoon for a major operation. Infant Daughter Dies. MESERVEY-- The infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Onno Suntken died Sunday morning. It lived but a few minutes. It was their first born. Move From Corning. SCARVILLE -- L. H. Grant and family of Corning, Minn., have taken possession of the Harry Olson farm, known as the old Solomonson homestead, southwest of here. Mr. Grant, who kept a general merchandise store at Corning, acquired the Olson farm in a trade wherein Olson became owner of the store. Mr. and Mrs. Grant have two sons, Lauren, 8, and Ordean, 3. Visitors From Missouri. · LELAND-- Mr. and Mrs. Suttles and daughter, Charlotte, arrived Friday from Chillicothe, Mo., and are living in the upstairs apartments at the Ed Ambroson home where Mr. Suttle is employed. Visitor From Kansas. LAKE MILLS -- Mr. and Mrs. Roy Grae and daughter, Joan, of Wichita, Kans., came Friday to visit at the N. K. Nelson and O. T. Grae homes. Visitors From St. Louis. BELMOND-- Mr. and Mrs. George Peterson and daughter, Vivian, arc here from their home in St. Louis, Mo., to visit Mrs. Louise Madsen and other relatives and friends. Other guests in the Madsen home are Mr. and Mrs. S. C. McBride from Casper, Wyo. They were accompanied here by Mrs. M. C. Madsen, who has been visiting for some time in Casper. Visitors From Glenwood. ST. ANSGAR-- Mr. and Mrs. Henry Loomis of Glenwood, Minn., home Sunday. Mrs. Whitehill and omis' mother, Mrs. Annie Thompson. Return to Chicago. KENSETT-- Mr. and Mrs. Art Anderson and three children and Mrs. Wallie Nieman returned to ihicago Sunday after a week's visit with relatives here. Leaves for Illinois. PORTLAND -- Mrs. L e o . n a r d Gourley left here a few days ago for Decatur, 111., called there by the serious illness of her uncle, who la a resident of that place. Leave for Colorado. LUVERNE--Mr. and Mrs. W. F Godfrey, Ruby and Florence, accompanied by another daughter Blanch Anderson, and the latter's husband, C. C. Anderson, of Allen Nebr., left on a sightseeing trip to Denver, Colo. They expect to be away 10 days. Attend State Fair. BRADFORD--Mr. and Mrs. W E. Roche and son, Billie, and Mr and Mrs. E. W. Schollian spent Sunday in Des Moines attending the state fair. Leave for Arizona. FAULKNER--Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Krafft and two daughters left Friday for Willcox Arizona, where Mr. Krafft will teach music and mathematics. Returns to Illinois. LUVERNE--Miss Marie Knuths Bloomington, 111., who has been a guest at the William Hoepner home, left for her home Saturday The Hoepners now have as their guests the Theodore Hoepner family, also of Bloomington. The men are brothers. Visits at Oakland. CARPENTER -- Mrs. L. N. CuS- bertson and children, Dean and Frances, spent the week-end at tho home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. V. Adams, Oakland, Minn. Visitors From Dakota. ROCK FALLS--Mrs. J. W. West and son, Royal, from Mitchell, S. Dak., are visiting at the Fountaine home. At Aunt's Funeral. GORDONSVILLE, Minn. -- Mr. and Mrs. Mark Young were at Plainfield Sunday to attend the funeral of an aunt. On Way to Los Angeles. VENTURA -- J o h n Dammon, brother of Maynard Dammon, visited at the Dammon home enroute to Los Angeles. Mr. and Mrs. Almond Anderson and daughter, Jean, and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Bouthell and son, Bill, of Iowa City, spent some time with Mr. and Mrs. M. Dammon. 1 si tors From Kansas. DUMONT -- Mrs. Lottie Whitehill and Mrs. Jeffries, Topeka, Kans., visited in the George Davis home Sunday. Mrs. Whithill and Mrs. Davis are cousins, this being their first visit in 62 years. Guests From Nebraska. SWALEDALE -- Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Merchant of Holdredge, Nebr., a.nd Mr. and Mrs. Roland Jenkins of Schuyter, Nebr., visited Mrs. Maud Nickless. The women are sisters. Guests From Idaho. SHEFFIELD--Dr. and Mrs. Neal Wendle and son, Sand Point, Idaho, came Sunday for a visit with Mrs. Wendle's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Brower. Are Parents of Son. RIDGEWAY--Mr. and Mrs. Leo Donovan are parents of a son, born Friday. On Fishing Trip. PROTIVIN--Clarence, Mike Kinkor. Jr., Frank Vojek, Reuben Lu- chek and Raymond Mikesh left for Lake Kabetogama in northern Minnesota to spend a week fishing. Returning From East. CHAPIN -- Dr. and Mrs. A. D. Miller of Humboldt spent Monday at the home of Dr. Miller's sister, Mrs. C. E. Stonebraker. They were enroute home from a month's auto trip to Washington and other eastern states and Canada. Will Return to Missouri. NORA SPRINGS--Mr. and Mrs. Ed Schroeder of Kansas City, Mo., are expected back to the E. E. Sherman home after a week's visit ,o Yellowstone park. They expect to return to Kansas City the latter lart of the week. BUY EAGLE CYLINDER TYPE CUTTERS EQUIPPED WITH PEDELTY WONDER FAN! Capacity 20 to 30 tons per hour, cutter head speed 450 RPM, will cut more with less power. Cuts cleaner and is easier to adjust knives, less vibration, easier to feed. Will cut corn, green or dry cane, soy beans, alfalfa, sweet clover, straw, timothy hay. Want good paper, will trade for other makes of cutters. PEDELTY MACHINERY CO. PHONE 2629 MASON CITY, IOWA Killed hi AceMeet. PORTLAND--Mr. and Mrs. Fred Plath have returned from Owen WU., where they had been calle! to attend the funeral services of Mrs. Plath's mother, who came to her death by an accident some few days ago. Former Teacher Visitor. PLYMOUTH--Miss Marjory Emmerson of Cedar Rapids, a former dramatic teacher here, is visiting Miss Anna Cooper, 2 miles west of town. Home Prom Weet. ROCKWELL--Miss Edris Breed ing arrived home from her trip to the west Sunday afternoon. Leave for Davenport. DOWS--Dr. and Mrs, A. G. Reck left Sunday for a visit in Davenport until Sept. 1. They took home Mrs. Carrie Krager and Herman Kettleson, mother and uncle of Mrs. Reck, who have been visiting here the past six weeks. Daughter Is Bora. THOMPSON--Born, to Mr. and Mrs. James Wentworth, a 7 pound girl Monday morning. The Went- worths live 5 miles northwest. Goe* to School Dutlee, ROCKWELL--Miss Evelyn Hardman has gone to Barnum, to take up her duties as teacher in the public schcools of that place. Visitors From Caahtoo. SCARVILLE--The Rev. Norris Olson a^d family of Caahton, Wis., are visiting Mrs. Olson's father, John Hellie and other relatives. Guests From Minneapolis. LELAND--Mr. and .Mrs. John Oppedahl and daughters, June, Gladys and Cathryn of Minneapolis visited over the week-end at the Ed Ambroson, and Mrs. M. Holland home*. Will Complete Work. HAMPTON--Graveling and bridge construction on the road south from Hanscll to highway 10 will be completed this week. Leave on Vacation. JOICE--Mr: and Mrs. T. O. Gordon and daughters left Saturday for northern parts of Minnesota for a week's vacation. Home From Dakota. ST. ANSGAR--Mrs. Anna Wold and three children arrived home Saturday from an extended stay with relatives at Voltaire and Bismarck, N. Dak. Visitors From Elbe. CARPENTER--Mr. and Mrs. Leste;: Todd of Elba, Minn., came Sunday ond brought her mother, Mrs. Rose Jensen, home with them. Mrs. Jensen spent the summer here. Leaves for Mankato. OTRANTO--Mrs. Inger Blakestad went to Mankato Tuesday to spend some time at the Orrie Heard home. Straw Stacks Catch Fire, STTLSON--A spark from the threshing machine engine set fire to two large stacks of straw Saturday on the Charles Cocksell farm east of Stilaon. Wood was being burned in the engine. Leave for West. DOWS--Robert Crafttm, Henry Larson, George Coleman and Cecil Phifer left Monday for a month's auto trip through Yellowstone park, Washington and California. Ill With Pneumonia, VENTURA--The infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Card is ill with pneumonia. Are Parents of Son. DUMONT--A 9'/ 2 Ib. son was aorn Saturday evening to Rev. and Mrs. E. M. Miller of the United Brethern church. They have three jirls and four other sons. Mrs. vmier's mother, Mrs. George Corn- 'ord, Collins, is caring 1 for her. Visitor From Idaho. SWALEDALE--Miss Maud Nick- ess is entertaining Mrs. Dan Wootan of Winnemucca, Idaho. Leave for WanhJngton. SHEFFIELD--Miss Dorothy Stoll eft Monday for Carnation, Wash., after spending a month's vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. leorge Stoll. Visitors From East. MITCHELL-- Mr. and Mrs. Gene illette of Wanatchee, Wash., have ?een visiting at the home of his sister, Mr. and Mrs. O. D. Tibbetts. Leave for California. DUMONT--Miss Esther Brown, who has spent her teaching vaca- .ion with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. 3. S. Borwn, started by auto for Santa Monica, Cal. r Monday with another teacher from here who has visited her folks at Lineville, Iowa. They were accompanied by her sister, Mrs. F. M. Sorenson, who will spend three weeks on a vacation, re- .urning by train. Go to Northern Minnesota. NORA SPRINGS--Frank Pool Jr., and Clarence Sellon are seeking ·clief from hay fever In northern Minnesota. Visitor* From St. I'anl. CHAPIN--Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Stewart and daughter of St. Paul visited Saturday evening and Sunday with Mrs. Stewart's sister, Mrs. Otto Olson. 52 at Family Reunion. NORA SPRINGS--At a family reunion with 52 present, a bountiful picnic dinner was served at Boulder park after which the group went to tho adjoining lawns of the hosts D. W. Reed and Theron Reed. Four states were represented, Florida, Montana, Minnesota and Iowa. Guest* From Woodbine. GARNER--Dr. and Mrs. S. M. Clark of Woodbine arrived Sunday and will remain until Friday visiting Dr. and Mrs. C. V. Hamiitcn. Dr. and Mrs. Clark are the partnts of Mrs. Hamilton. Mrs. Stewart Funeral Service Held in Burt HURT, Aug. J7.--Funeral services for Mrs. D. M. Stewart, who died at her home neej here Friday were held at the Presbyterian church here Monday afternoon, the R*v. S. H. Aten conducting the service. Eva Lillian Jain was born Nov. 26, 1872, near Burt. On June 1, 1902, she was married to David M. Stewart. Nine children were born, Elbert L. of Hamburgh, N. Y., Wilbur J. and Roscoe of Burt, Alice L. Van Note of Eden, N. Y., Eva L, Shipler of Burt, VeJna E., Wilfred M., and Edward E. at home. She ia also survived by her husband, a sister, Mrs. J. P. Trunkhill, and a brother, Fred Jain, all of Burt. Electric Shop Moved. HAMPTON, Aug. 27.--The White Electric company moved its shop from Fourth street to the building formerly occupied by the Weeks studio. G, C. Weeks, owner of the studio took his family to Sioux City, where he is employed as a state highway patrolman. PATTERSON NOT TO SEEK OFFICE State Senator WiD Devote Activities to Success of Party. HURT, Aug. 27. (UP)--State Senator G«orge W. Patterson who represents the largest senatorial district in the state--five counties-in the legislature, will not be a candidate to succeed himself next year, nor will he be a candidate for any oUier state office, he informed friends here. Senator Patterson said he expected to devote his political activities next year to the success of the party ticket. Will Begin Training. ROCKFORD--Mlae Helen Vala, daughter at Mr. and Mrs. Frank Vala, will leave Wednesday for LaCrosse, Wis., where she will enter Mercy hospital training school for nurses. Keokuk Will Bid for Legion Convention KEOKUK, Aug. 27. (tfV-At a special meeting of the Keokuk post of the American Legion yesterday it was definitely decided that Keokuk would present an invitation for the 1936 state convention of the Legion when the group meets in Waterloo next week. Keokuk made a bid for the 1935 convention last year but lost out only after a close contest with Waterloo. C. W. Hicks Will Resume Portland Church Duties PORTLAND, Aug. 27.--The Rev C. W. Hicks, pastor of the Portland Community church, who has been absent for a three months' vacation will resume his duties as pastor beginning on next Sunday. Edgar Walker, who occupied the pulpit during Mr. Hicks' absence preached his farewell sermon on last Sunday and his plan now is to take up his senior year's work at Cornell college. OIL DERRICK PUT UP NEAR KIESTER Driffinj Expected to Start Soon; WeD Tower Is 96 Feet High. SCARVILLE, Aug. 27.--A keen interest is shown by local people and many have visited the newly erected oil well derrick about 10 mike* northwest of here near Kiester, Minn. The 96 foot tower was built by Earl K. Thomas, rig-builder for the oil company. The project in which oil is hoped to be located is promoted by the Mid-Kansas and Marathon Oil company of Oklahoma City, Okla. Actu- ai drilling i» scheduled to begin before Sept. 1. The presence of oil has been in evidence over a period of time in the well water on the farm belonging to Henry Katzung, who has leased · section of his land to the oil eom- pany. -I ft Standard Red Crown/ wn/ | PONTIAC OWNERS; V,. tb. ga , 0 u a9 ,,/ t h» »« a who THAT HEW PONTIAC OP TOURS-- "It't evw Aefser than U Joofa/" ' LIKE SOMETHING ALIVE* A T T E N T I O N L E G I O N N A I R E S : Travel by auto to the Convention in St. LonU, September 23-26, 1935. 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