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Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, December 21, 1933
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ta»r» T 1i mi ·Mrt?«Ma».Ta DECEMBER 21 1933 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE FIVE EMMETSfiURG OFFICERS PROBE ROBBERY OF CASH, LIQUOR 5 STAGE HOLDUP AT SIBREL FARM Bandits Leave Victims on Highway Near Curlew After Theft. EMMETSBURG, Dec. 21.--Robbery of $15 in cash and 23 gallons of alcohol by five armed men from the home of a man who has been convicted several times 011 liquor violations was investigated today by . Palo Alto county officers. Authorities stated they believed the robbery was committeed by members of a rival liquor gang, who had been Lipped off that a load of liquor was to arrive. The five armed men in Lv.'o sedans drove up to the Dan Sibrel farm, 4 miles southwest of Emmelsburg, early yesterday and held up Jewel McPherson, who is Sibrel's Miouse- keeper, three Sibrel children and an elderly man oil the premises. The bandits took the cash and alcohol and forced Miss McPherson, the Sibrel children and the elderly man to ride away with them. They were freed near Curlew. Then Miss McPherson went into Curlew where she notified officers Palo Alto authorities at once began investigating various phases of the robbery and did not return to Emmetsburg until late last night. Sibrel has been arrested three times for liquor violations and has also served time on a manslaughter charge. He is believed to be in Minnesota at present. He is out un der bond on a, liquor nuisance charge. Miss McPherson was reccntlj fined 5125 and costs on a charge o: illegal transportation of liquor, fol lowing an arrest after a wild chase by officers. Her car upset at tha time and a quantity of liquor spilled out. She is about -10 years of age She said she did not recognize th' robbers. -ars Lorentzen Rites Conducted in Thompson THOMPSON, Dec. 21.--Funeral ervices were held Tuesday afternoon for Lars Lorentzen at the lome in charge of the Rev. A. G. -leddlc, assisted by the Rev. Belden Veikel of Renwick. Miss Emily Watson sang a solo. H. P. Juhl and Arthur Larson sang a. duet. The mllbearers were N. E. Isaacs, S. E. Isaacs, T. E. Isaacson, John Batch- or, John Helgren and P. B. Alvey. Interment was made in Rose Hill cemetery. Lawler Makes Plans for Work on Ravine LAWLER, Dec. 21.--At a meeting of the town council and men working for the CWA. it was decided that $1,800 would be spent to straighten and reprop the ravine which runs parallel to Main street on the south side of town. The project must be completed before Feb. 1. About 15 men will be employed Accidental Discharge of Gun Injures Small Boy IOWA FALLS, Dec. 21.--Gerald Rutherford, 12, Robertson, is recovering in the hospital here from injuries received when a shotgui was accidentally discharged while the lad's brother was cleaning- it The discharge was at about six feel and the shot penetrated the first leg above the ankle, but missed tu- bones in the leg. llecord for Day's Loons. ALLISON, Dec. 21.--Twenty seven government corn loans wer recorded here Monday totaling 58,998.03. This is the largest amoun for one day so far. There have now been 156 loans recorded as security for $57,290.25. HERE AND THERE * » * * 4 4 « * * * * * s * * y o » Miscellaneous Items From 125 Globe-Gazelle Correspondents in North Iowa and Minnesota Mrs. Dick Janssen of Buffalo Center Dies Mrs. Dick Janssen, 31, Buffalo Center, died at a Mason City hospital Thursday morning at 7:20 o'clock. She was admitted to the hospital Dec. 19 for treatment. YOUR IOWA An Interesting Fact Daily About tho State V'ou Are Proud tc Call Your Own! Iowa university moved from eleventh to tenth place in grand total enrollment for state universities last year. PRICES REDUCED on Christmas Gifts CHILDREN'S SHEEPSKIN BUNNIES Our Famous Gracelyne Iheie are s t r o n g l y reinforced th red binding around the leoms--a practical and altracliye gift. Sizes from S lo 2. F children from 1 3 Prt. $2,00 Every pair first quality, full fashioned, with French heels. Choice of sheer or service weights. AH sizes. NEW shades. Entire Stock $1 PURSES Rcduced Ccmplcle witli r.ccc-JSorws, pouches or enrclopes. All colors, all materials. Entire Stock $1 Men's 89 C Reduced to 'These arc Icaiher bound throughout. All popular shades. All sizes. MEN'S 25c NEW SOCKS Men 1 Leather Sole A knockont valne! All nrst quality hose in smart patterns. Mii- .lures, clock, plain designs. A!l 12c .\ gcnoinc hand-turned hard leather sole slipper with rubber heels. Women's Felt Moccasins 59° flravy qttaHty iHt -- rn.-jon trim -padded soks and hrcls. Boys' Felt Slippers EQc «J^ Jl T o M" n Evprttt MyTn ivltti actittt- t-mMcm nn to«. MExr* up lo 6. Women's Felt Juliets $£,00 Hard ]r:itlier ftota nnrt rubber heel with itoft chenille trim. Women's Crepe Slippers 69 C niacU rrrpc with Ctibnn heels, . . , [miMpril nal«*, colorful llnlngi. ri rtioDCRnjflmiLY s u * STOW 18 SOUTH FEDEHAT. MASON CITV, IOWA Planned Suturditv Evening. SWALEDALB--The M. E. and Baptist churches will give their Christmas programs Saturday evening. Give Christmas I'nrtv, CHAPIN--The women in the auxiliary will give a Christmas party to the children of the community in tho Legion hall Friday fternoon from ! to 4 p. m. All the children of the community are invited. Students l*rcp:iro Program. CARPENTER--A P. T. A. meeting and program by the pupils will be held Friday afternoon. The school will close for one week's vacation. Bom nt Clarksville. CLARKSVILLE--A daughter was horn to Mr. and Mrs. Donald Knapp Dec. 15. A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Frank Green Dec. 17. A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Hammel Dec. 18. Arrives From Iowa City. ROCK FALLS--Miss Mary Jane Bliem arrived from Iowa City to spend the holiday season with, her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Bliem. Born at Ycslev. WESLEY--Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Olson are parents of a daughter. This is their third daughter ant] sixth child. Mr. aad Mrs. Dan Froehlich are also parents of a baby girl. Leave for East. . CLARION--Dr. E. D. TompUins. accompanied by Mr. nnd Mrs. Neil Garber, left this week for the east. Dr. Tompkins .will spend the holidays at the home of his son, Dr. Winslow Tompkins, in Philadelphia, while Mr. and Mrs. Garber will visit with relatives in Baltimore, leaves for Mlllmnk. B A N C R O F T--Mrs. Dave Kirk ft today for her home at Milbauh, '. Dak., after three weeks' visit ith her sister, Mrs. K. M. Gardner, nd her niece, Mrs. G. F. VVohnke. Going Home for Vacations. WESLEY--School will be dis- lissed here Friday for two weeks' acation during the holidays. Teach- rs spending their vacations at home ill be Miss Helen Reimer at I5dge- ood, Robert Willert at Reinbcck, [iss Candace Packard at Remvic.k, liss Margaret McConnell at Mcdi- polis and Miss Esther Beck at iellevue. School will reopen Jan. 8. Leaves for Carthage. VENTURA--Forrest Lowdin loft or Carthage to spend the holidays t the I. V. Cox and Whit Madden omes. JLcave for California. and Mrs. Henry rick and little : Lois rAiigell left Vednesday night for a three weeks' tay in California to visit Mr. and frs. Frick's son, Lawrence, em- loyed in a store at Los Angeles. School J'rogram Friday. R O C K F A L L S -- T h e school Christmas program will be held Fri- ay evening at the gym. The Misses 'innell and Knig are in charge of lie program while the community lub will have charge of the tree .nd treats. Home for Holidays. B E L M O N D--Samuel Lcinbach ame from Iowa City Wednesday to pend the Christmas vacation at the iarental S. U. Leinbach home, foung Leinbach is an interne at the University hospital. Others who ame from Iowa City to spend the kolidays here were Harley Hammond, Dwan Packard and Eddie McNulty, Daughter Is Born. VENTURA--Mr. and Mrs. Victor layers are parents of n girl. Visit in Chicago. RUDD--Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Vforack left Tuesday night for Chicago whare they will visit for several months. Move. From loira City. ST. ANSGAR--Mr. and Mrs. J. Brooks nnd three daughters moved from Iowa City. They will live vith Mrs. Brooks' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Link Palmer. Mr. Brooks, a baker by trade, is in poor health and must take a year's rest. Mrs. S. W. Whitsman, who lias been visiting ier son, C. B. Whiteman at Iowa Uity since Thanksgiving-, returned Lo her home with them. Born at Newlmll. KANAWHA--Word has been received here telling of the birth of a non to Supt. and Mrs. Franklin H. Thompson at Newhall. The baby is a grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas 31, Thompson of Kanawha. Go to Dc.s BToincs. GRAFTON--Glen Bringolf, John Wckev, Alfred Brucsewitz and Gus Petzniek who are president of the bank and the three directors, went to DCS Moines on business Wednesday. Home Prom Ames. POPRIOY--Carlton Christensen of Iowa State university and Alvin Jaques of Ames college, arrived home Wednesday to spend the holidays with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Christcnsen and Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Jaques. Physician Starts Practice. FLOYD--Dr. Plater, who came here from Waterloo, is now located in the building next to Stone's drug store. Floyd has been without a physician four years. Dr. Flater examined the boys and girls who make up the personnel of the basketball teams. Church I'lnna rrojrruni. POPEJOY--The Christmas program of the M. E. church will rxj held Sr.turday e"ening at 7:30 o'clock. Visitors From Chicago. RUDD--Mr. and Mrs. Joe A r m our of Chicago and Mr. ami Mrs. Herman Dicstler of Charles City visited Tuesday at the W i l l i a m Kollman home. GETS U. S. STEEL POST Bora nt Xoni Springs. NOIIA SPRINGS--Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Colin are parents of an 8 pound daughter born Monday at their home here. She is the sixth child. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Neibergall of Mason City arc parents of a. 7 pound boy also born Monday at the home of Mrs. Neibergall's parents, Dr. and Mrs. E. Henely, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Nelson, living 7 miles southwest of Nora Springs, on Lime Creek, arc the parents of a girl born Tuesday, weight D!i pounds. Churches I'reparo Prognims. CLARKSVILLE -- A . Christmas children's program will be featured at the Evangelical church Sunday evening. The Lutherans will present their Christmas' program Sunday evening. A program, including a playlet, recitations, readings nnd songs, will be presented at the Christian church, Sunday evening. Meet at Fredericks Home. * GENEVA -- The Farm Bureau women met with Mrs. Albert Fredericks for a lesion on dress trimmings. Miss Blank, county demonstrator, presented the history of the contest songs, The next meting: will be Feb. 9. The Good Will club meets Jan. 10 with Mrs. James Dovey. Leave for Texas. ALLISON--Mrs. Ralph McWhirter accompanied her aunt, Sirs. George Cosson of Des Moines to Mercedes, Texas, leaving here Mon- IMward R. Stcttinius, US, vice president of General Motors, was selected by tho finance committee, of the United States Steel corporation us vice ;hntr- nmn ot the committee. Ho will bo ono of the concern's youngest executives. (Associated 1'ress Photo). day evening. They visit Mrs. McWhirtcr's parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Rig£=. Largo Crowd nt 1*. T. A, Christmas Tarty Held. GRAFTON--About "la women in town had a Christmas party at the home of Mrs. Alfred Bruesewitz Tuesday evening. Home From Chicago. LAWLER--Mrs. Elizabeth McEnaney of Chicago returned home yesterday after spending a few days visiting friends and relatives. It. N. A. Lodge Entertains. RUDD--The Royal Neighbors entertained their children with a party. Santa Claus presented each child a gift. Visitor From Chicago. KA.NA.\VHA Miss Sylvia Johnson plans.-to arrive at the home 01 her mother,-Mrs. Thor Johnson the latter part of this week to spend the holidays. Miss Johnson lives in Chicago. Go to DCS Moines. LONEROCK--L. R. Roderick, daughter Berncycj, and Robert Dransfeldt. drove to Des Moiucs Tuesday, Bcrncycc returning to her work in the Iowa Methodist hospital after recuperating from an operation at the parental Roderick home. Leave for lou'u City. ST. ANSGAR--Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Newton, daughter. Golden aud son, David left Tuesday morning for Iowa City where they will get Miss Audrey Newton and then continue on their journey to Springfield, Mo., where they will spend the holidays with relatives. Home for Holidays. LAKE MILLS -- Miss Gladys Bang, who is nursing in Kansas City, returned here to remain until after New Years with her mother, Mrs. A. .T. Bang. Harold Helgeson and Joseph Gunderson, students at Iowa City, came Tuesday night to spent Christmas with their Barents. Oscar Rasmussen and Donovan Sampson of Luther college are also visiting- their parents. Homo for Vacations. GRAFT ON--IS! on Nack and James Crimraings returned Tuesday from Decorah wh-3re they attend Luther college to spend the holidays with their parents. Raymond Buhlitz, 'viio attends Cornell college at Mt. Veruon is also home for the holidays. DUMONT -- A large crowd attended the December meeting of the P. T. A. Tuesday evening at the .school a u d i t o r i u m . Santa. Claus in person gave out 2"0 popcorn balls to the children. The program consisted of Christmas songs led by the Girls' glee club, story for the children by Mrs. Merle Shrnvc, a pantomime, "It Came Upon the Midnight Clear." by Miss Frances Franscham and Miss Oma Schuler accompanied by Mrs. R.'J. Britchcr, soloist, and a reading by Miss Harriet Brindley. Grade Children 1*13111 Program. FLOYD -- The Floyd school Christmas program will be given Thurs day night by the grade children. 25 OAT WRIGHT BUREAU SESSION Hill Re-Elected President; Kline Says Co-Operation to Boost Prices. CLARION, Dec. 2J.--Two hundred and fifty Wright county farmers and their wives met at Clarion Tuesday for the annual county Farm Bureau meeting. An all day session was held in the Chritjtion church. M. E. H i l l was re-elected president. Oilier officers for 1934 are vice president, W. J. Hagie; secretary. Jay Ticc, treasurer, Art DniUichcr. Allen B. Kline, Benton county farmer and prominent Farm Bureau member, was tho principal speaker giving a review of the outstanding nations iu the history of the world. He described the power once held by Athens, Rome, and the Napoleonic empire, and told of the confidence each liad in its strength and prosperity. "Today," he pointed out, "America's resources are unlimited, but unless we use our heads, we could easily be doomed to the same fate." .Mr. Kline expressed Ms belief that if farmers co-operate in the corn-hog program, hog prices will be brought to eight cents aud corn to 75 cents. He urged all farmers to sig.. corn loan contracts and deplored the fact that there will be a few who will refuse to co-operate with the plan, and, instead, will produce more corn and profit by the rising prices brought about by their neighbors' co-operation. Singers From 3 Churches Plan Swaleclale Canlala SWALEDALE, Dec. 21.--A Christmas cantata will be given Thursday evening in the Baptisl church by members ot the Baptist churches of Sheffield, Rockwell and Swaledalc. No admission will be charged. 93rd Birthday Observed by Clarksville Resident CLAKKSV1LLE, Dec. 21.--Louis Wedckiug's ninety-third birthday anniversary was quietly observed at his home Tuesday. His daughter, Mrs. Minnie Smith, who lives with him, made him a fine birthday cake. Lalimer High Alumni to Hold Banquet on Dec. 28 LATIMER, Dee. 21.-The high school alumni banquet will bo held Thursday. Dec. 28, at the Latimer public school building. The Latimer Park society will serve the banquet. Man Injured in Accident on Machine at Lonerock LONEROCK, Dec. 21.--Giles I l n l - oran of Roddick, 111., who is vlfril- ng his brother-in-law, Hugh Walsh, vas caught in the belt oC V; engine, while assisting in the sawing of wood Tuesday. A. gash was cut in us head and he was very badly bruised. UNIT ORGANIZED AT CARPENTER Officers Are Elected for Auxiliary Formed by Mrs. Siverling. CARPENTER, Dec. 21.--A nc'.v American Legion auxiliary unit was organized by Mrs. F. L. Siverling ot North woo cl, vice chairman of the fourth Iowa district. Officers chosen were Mrs. Fred Logcrman, president; Mrs. U S. McGilvery, first vice, president; Mrs. 15. C. Seater, second vice president; Mrs. L. N. Priem, secretary; Mrs. Merle Nicoi- son, treasurer; Mrs. Glen Kittlcson, historian and Mrs. Frank Culbertson, chaplain. Installation of officers will be held later with officers from the Northwood post assisting in the ceremonies. there's an answer \ ton of good Coal from Fullerton's. It will solve the gift problem. The family Hint you want to help and show kindness to--will surely appreciate a gift that will keep them warm and cozy. Just cull yS3S--ami .Saturday we will deliver a full ton ot Elkhom Lump, Dixie Gem, Pocahonlus, Carbon King or Blue Diamond Lump. Our coal is attractively priced aud you get extra f i n e quality for the money. FULLERTON LUMBER GO. FKANK MKLIUS, Malinger--15 VOUUTH !ST. S. W, PLATES (Lifelike Teeth) FREE! Buy One Plate We Make You One Absolutely Free Regardless of the price of the plate you select, we will make you another plate ot equal quality absolutely FREE. For instance if you buy a lower plate, we make the upper plate FREE. Guaranteed Plates As Low As $10 It you Ni'T^ct n .$10 |iHU«r, Ihlti u o u l i l nialio \o«r I^UI'R coit Jim 53 riich. "Craven" I'lntcs nro 6uM only In CRAVEN'S · EXCLUSIVE Plate Shoppes IMfcIllit: Tcrlh) If you []«"lrn InfnrTiinlNm ubinil Miniiis--\VIUTI:--v«iii iviu ho iin- Mvrn'd liy r e t u r n mail. !8 1st St. S. E., iMiison C i t y Ij;i0 Grand Ave. -108 Locust St. Ues Molnes 412 Nebraska St., Hiou.v City All lirnuml Fl'wir t^irnll'Min. No rilDiics--Vim I.i Nut Need An Anixjlnlnirnt. Interurban Schedule Leave Mason City 6:15 a. in. Except, sun. 7:35 a. m. 9:05 a. m. 1.0:55 a. m. 12:35 p. m. 2:25 p. m. 4:05 p. m. 5:05 p. m. Except, sun. 6:05 p. m. 7:55 p. m, 9:35 p. m. 11:10 p. m. I-cavo Cleur T^akc 5:35 a. in. Except. Sim. 7:00 a. m. 8:10 a. m. 10:05 a. m. 11:45 a. in. 1:35 p. m. 3:10 p. in. 5:05 p. m. 6:05 P. m. Except. S»n. 7:05 p. m. 8:35 p. m. 10:35 p. m. Mason City and Clear Lake Railroad Company a T,, ic holiday spiril...ynu feel it, see it. Can you hear H? Listen...telephone hells...thousands of them. People are answering.,."Merry ClirJstmng" ..."Happy New Year"...joyous voices thrilled lo exchange greetings wilh friends and relatives far's the holiday spirit on the telephone wires. Exchange greetings by long distance this Christmas...and New Ycar'a. Enjoy the thrill of voicc-lo- voice reunions. The cont is small--aak "Long Dig- lance" for ratca lo any place. If you do not have a lelepliane, gel one for Chriilmru. Its a gift all ihr, jmnily ctm enjoy throughout ijtc year. L N O R T H W E S T E R N II E I L T E I L E P H O N C C O M P A N Y J

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