Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on January 16, 1937 · Page 20
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 20

Mason City, Iowa
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Saturday, January 16, 1937
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^*3^^ MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, JANUARY 16 1937 MRS. JOHNSON WILL GARRY ON Widow Plans to Continue Career of Jungle Photographer. LOS ANGELES, {#)--Martin Johnson's widow will carry (in, alone, the movie explorations that earned them both renown., » Injured in the airliner crash Tuesday which cost her husband's life, Mrs. Osa Johnson announced from a hospital bed Friday her determination to continue the career of jungle photographer they shared together. "We must keep Martin's cameras,"-she told her mother,' Mrs. Belle Leighty of Chanute, K.ans., who hurried here aiter the air tragedy in which another man also was killed. · "I intend to go on with his work alone, to make further films in Borneo and the South Seas." But there will be no return, she said, to the station in Kenya Colony, Africa, where Johnson planned new film adventures. Despite a fractured leg in a cast. Mrs. Johnson arranged to resume a lecture tour about March 1 in Cincinnati. Its itinerary brought her and her husband west. She was one of 11 injured survivors of the wreck of a Western Air Express transport in a snowstorm 15 miles north of its landing field here. Mayor Has Operation. STACYVILLE--Dr. B. T. Harl- nell, mayor of Stacyville, underwent an operation for abdominal rupture Thursday morning at the Nissen hospital at Osage. Lemke Penalized for Quitting G. O.P. to Run for Presidency WASHINGTON, (K)--Representative Lemke of North Dakota, who bolted the republican ticket last fall to run for president on Ihe union party ticket was penalized^ by the republican house o'rgamza- tion by being placed at the bottom of the list for committee assignments. Along with him went" Representative Burdick, also of North Dakota, who failed to vote tor Representative Snell of New York, the republican candidate for speaker. Leave for iMcclford, THOMPSON--Mrs. Otto Zimmerlee left for Me'dford. Wis., to spend a month with her sister and family, Mr. a'nd Mrs. Oscar Brentner. WARD'S EXTENDS CONGRATULATIONS AND VERY BEST WISHES 102-4-6 SOUTH FEDERAL AYE. TELEPHONE 57 THE I N S U R A N C E FIRMS Listed Below -- Members of the e 1 Underwriters Association EXTEND CONGRATULATIONS AND VERY BEST WISHES On KGLO Staff F. C. E1GHMEY Station Manager JOHN PRICE Program Director VIRGIL HICKS Commercial Manager --Photo by Lock iUJTH SCOTT Receptionist and Stenographer IWARIANNA SHEFFLER Pianist and Accompanist . THE COMPLETION OF RADIO STATION Marks Another Step in the Advancement of Our City INSURANCE COMPANY 115 FIRST STREET S. E. ohnson Named Head of Creamery at New Hampton at Session NEW- HAMPTON--The thirtieth annual meetjng of the New Hamp- on Farmers' creamery association vas iield here Wednesdny. George F. Johnson, A. G. Blatli. J- W. Weige) and J. P. Snyder were elected directors. George F. Johnson was elected president; J. F. Babcock, secretary, and Walter J. Kennedy, treasurer. Patrons received' $105,006.78 for 1,0()8,374 rounds of cream with an average esl of 2B.6 per cent which produced 285,129 pounds of butlerfat. The total amount of butter manu- 'actured was 354,295 pounds. Hildahl of Kanawha Is Buried at Jewell KANAWHA--Funeral services were held Wednesday afternoon for Henry Hildahl, 70, who died a the home of his daughter, Mrs. A R. Lewison of Kanawha. Mr. Hil- dahl had been in ill health the jast several months. His occupation during his life ncluded five years of sailing and 17 years 'as freight agent at Jewell. He was the writer of many joems' and hymns. Surviving are lis wife of Kanawha; one daugh- ler, Mrs. A. R. Lewison of Kanawha; one sister, Mrs. Hans Swanson of Britt; six grandchildren and one great gandcliild.-Services .were held at the Kanawha Lutheran church with the Rev. M. M. Peterson officiating and at the Beth- scda Lutheran church at Jewell with the Rev. Carl Opsahl officiating. Hymns of the deceaseds own composition were sung. District Legion Chief Is Speaker at.Clarion CLARION--A county American Legion meeting was held Wednesday evening at the Clarion Legion hall with 50 members present. Dr. G. M. Wormley of State Center, third district commander, was the speaker of the evening. To Enjoy KGLO ... Yes, Sir, Men--to fully enjoy KGLO programs--sit back in your easy chair, have feet cocked up, and . . PUFF one of these Grand Smellin'--Grand Tastin Cigars . , . CHARLES DENBY LA FENDRICH EMERSON Lloyd Liesenberg Co« DISTRIBUTOR MASON CITY Congratulations! We welcome you to Mason City and Hope that you will be very successful in your new venture. The A. W. Knesel Son, Inc. A South Federal Avc.--Phone 834 G. S. A very Son, Inc. First National Bank Bids'.--Plione 357 Bracken Insurance Agency 9 West State--Phone 366 The H. C. Brown Agency 423 First National Bank BIdff.--Phone 1019 The Ralph Lloyd Jones Co. . 101 First Street S. E.--Phone 3J6 Mason City Loan Investment Co. W. L. Palton, President » Ifl9 East State St.--Plione 790 st Wishes . . Lee P. Loomis and We Are Proud of Mason City's New Radio Station LOOSE LEAF CO. COMMERCIAL PRINTING ' -·', - j 15-17 South Delaware , Phone 45-46 "They tell us you're a powerful little broadcaster T « anc? I i\ I m We're with you every day -- at 6p.m.-- with United Press Dispatches! PEOPLE'S GAS AND ELECTRIC COMPANY -^ ZT-inir ·rj^T

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