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Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, March 8, 1934
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i^^ TEN MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE MARCH 8 1934 CLARION MAN ARRESTED FOR THEFT IN STORE; CONFESSES SAID HE WOULD RETURN MONEY Officers Investigate After Wedemaier Is Observed Paying Bills. CLARION, March 8. -- H. A. "Dutch" Wedemaier, 52, was arrested at 9 o'clock last night for the theft Of J48.59 from the Shupe and Sons' hardware store Saturday night. He confessed to the theft. When he robbed the store, Wede- maier left a note saying that he ·would return the money. He also ·wrote that he had a wife in Mexico and need the money for a trip there. Officers believe the note was merely left to give a false clew. Wedemaier, who has lived in this vicinity 10 or 12 years and who loafed some at the hardware store. was under suspicion when he began paving some bills. He was arrested at the Oliver Tildman farm, southeast of Clarion, where he had been working, by Sheriff R. E. Wilson. A full confession was made later. The man said he. had hidden behind some gas stoves in the store Saturday night when it was locked up and then rifled the cash drawer. Candidates at Rockwell - Are Nominated at Caucus ROCKWELL, March 8--The following municipal candidates were nominated at the caucus held Tuesday evening: Mayor, E. T. Roeder; councilmen, C A. Thomas, A. M. Geer, J. V. Cahill, H. I. Wilson,. Joseph Kelley; treasurer,'Joseph Gallagher; assessor, M. D. Roderick. Caucus'Held at Joice to Nominate Town Officials JOICE, March 8.--The town caucus was held at the schoolhouss Tuesday evening. Those- nominatea for March 26 were: For mayor, H. 1. Kaasa; for councilman, T. 0. Gordon, C. H. Bang, P. J. Feblestad, E. A. Arneson, L. A. Iverson; for treasurer, I. H. Bang:, and for assessor, K. H. Trustum. Staff From Forest City Gives Work at Thompson ' THOMPSON, March g. -- Twenty- five' members from the I. O. O. F. lodge 'of Forest City and degree staff put on the initiation and first degree for King Lodge No. 592. Several from- Lake Mills were also present. Next Tuesday night the Lake Mills degree staff will -confer th ·second, and. third, degree -for thi ' ' Los Angeles residents read on iiVeraige 10^ books a year, accord 'Ing to statistics compiled by th city's public library. H E R E A N D T H E R E Miscellaneous Items From 125 Globe-Gazette Correspondents in North Iowa and Minnesota Returns From Des Moines. BRISTOW--Mrs. W. E. Needham eturned home from Des Moines, ·here she has visited for a couple months in the home of her son, )r:ng D. Needham and family. Honored at Shower, AREDALE -- A miscellaneous hower was given by Mrs. Fred Eichmeier Tuesday evening in honor Miss Olive Avery, who is soon o be a bride. Mrs. Eichmeier is en- ertained Miss Avery's classmates nd school friends. Planned by Division, DOUGHERTY--The East division f Ladies Aid will hold a bake sale aturday at the Ralph Hogan hardware store. Guest Day Observed. BELMOND--The Ladies Aid of the Congregational church enjoyed a Guest Day" in the church parlors hursday afternoon. A musical program was given and a two act play, lach member took a guest. Submits to Operations. LUVERNE-r-Mrs. Joe Worby, orth of town, underwent a major peration at the Mercy hospital at Ft. Dodge. Howard Wille, only son f Mr. and Mrs. Otto Wille, is a pa- ient at the Lutheran hospital, Ft Dodge, where he underwent an op- ration for appendictis. Lois Schweizer Winner. RUDD--The M. E. W. F. M. S. met Wednesday afternoon at the tome of Mrs. Emma Kollman with Miss Pearl Kollman as assistant ostess. The program was given by he Standard Bearer members anc lelpers. In presenting biographies udges declared Lois Schweizer was 'irst, Hazel Jackson, second, and Helen Baehne, as third. Entertain Mission Group. CORWITH--Mrs. Roy McKim and Mrs. Jennie Sawyer entertained the Woman's Home Missionary society if the Methodist church at the home of the former Tuesday afternoon Mrs. A. R. Gardiner led the lesson on "Women and Children in Industry." Arrive From Mlnonk. CORWITH--Mr. and Mrs. Fred Camelin of Minonk, 111., came Tues day to attend the funeral of his mother, Mrs. Mary Camelin. Guest From Grand Meadows. LAKE MILLS--Mr. and Mrs Martin Holland of Grand Meadows Minn., are visiting at the O. E. Bil stad and John. Holland homes thi week. Visitor From Wisconsin. LAKE MILLS---The . Rev. ; J. A Tweeten of De Forrest, Wis., cam Tuesday for a visit with-relative The week of April 16 to 20 has een designated as the ninth -Iowa history week. Resigns as Fireman. LELAND--On account of being inable to attend the meetings regu- arly, George H. Jorgeson resigned a' member of the local fire de- artment at the meeting held at the own hall on Tuesday evening, Vlarch 6. AVrrlve From California. ELMA--Elmer Jacoby, who has een spending the winter in Los An- eles, Cal., returned to Elma with tfr. and Mrs. B. Kozlen of Lo3 An- eles. Mr. and Mrs. Kozlen stopped in Elma to visit their son Abe, and amily, before going to Indiana. Initiation Is Held. OSAGE -- Initiation ceremonies ollowed the regular monthly dinner and chapter meeting of the Bethany hapter, O. E. S. Monday evening. here. . Mrs. Mullen Improving. DOUGHERTY--Mrs. J. W. len is improving nicely at hospital in Mason City. Mul YOUR IOWA An Interesting Fact Dally About thr State You Are Proud to Call Your Own! Mmes. Dale Peterson and Elmei Swanson took the vows of the order Sis. Z. L. Duncan was received on affiliation from the Northwood hapter. Dvorak Is Studied. ELMA--The study club met at he home of Sadie Noonan Monday night. Fourteen members were pres- .nt. The major topic, "Anton Dvorak" was given by Ruth Bailard liss Bailard also sang "Goto lome" by Dvorak. The minor topic Music, and Composer" was given y the hostess, Miss Noonan. The next meeting will be at the home o" Mrs. Mary Richmond. Visit Hospital Patient. ORCHARD--Mr. and Mrs. Alva 3alsley motored to Independence Wednesday morning to visit Mrs Sailey's sister, Evelyn Mussetter, a the state hospital. Born at Dumont. DUMONT--A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. Fred Faber, Marc! 1, and a daughter was bora to Mr and Mrs. Tjabring Graenwald March 2. Corn-Hog Committee Named. FENTON--A permanent Corn Hog committee for Independenc township of Palo Alto county wa elected at a meeting of farmers hel at the Center school Friday evening The committee is composed of Car Kern, G. Giffto, Bert! Berkland an H. Huskamp. Randall Hoffma county agent, and Lester Barringe chairman of the Palo Alto corn-ho Merc program,, were present at the mee ing. Visitor From Nebraska. SHEFFIELD--Mr. and Mrs. Wal- r Kreimer, Talmadge, Nebr., spent 'veral days with relatives here. Mrs. Krcamer Entertains. POPEJOY--Mrs. A. J. Kreamer ntertained the W. H. M. S. in her ome east of town Tuesday after- oon, Entertain Prairie View Club. POPEJOY--Mesdames Mary Kel- r and Myrtle Keller entertained he Prairie View club at an all day .eeting Wednesday. Basketeers Arc Entertained. CLARION--At a banquet at the hristian church, the mothers of the high school basketball teams enter- ained their sons, the boys' father, and thos-a members of the school acuity who were closely associated rith the. sport. Visitors From South Dakota. CARPENTER -- Mrs. Eaglested nd son of Britton, S. Dak., have een visiting at the C. M., and Frank Culbertson homes. They were ccompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Jhadles Eagen, Austin. Plan Sunday School Session. GENEVA--Dr. J. Arthur Young rill occupy the pulpit Sunday morning. At 2 o'clock in the afternoon he convention of Sunday School vorkers in District No. 2 of Frank- county will be held, and Dr. ?oung will conduct a round table on Christian education. Class Elects OfficeTM. FREDERICKSBURG--The Pro- PLYMOUTH FARM INSTITUTE OPENS Dyas, Potratz, Ada Raake Are Speakers; Community Program Friday. PLYMOUTH. March 8.--The annual Farmers institute opened here Thursday morning and continues through Friday. Mr. Dyas of Ames was the speaker for Thursday afternoon on diseases of poultry. Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock, he will also speak. Mr. Potratz of Charles City will speak on crops to be raised on acres contracted by government and Miss Ada Raake, demonstrator of Cerro Gordo and Hancock counties will speak to the women and judge the baked goods. Friday night a program will be given by the community. Waldorf Vacation Will Be Held March 10 to 19 FOREST CITY, March 8.--Students at Waldorf college' will enjoy a week's spring vacation beginning Saturday, March 10. and ending Monday, March 19. The spring recess will be held earlier than usual this year in. order that students touring with the Waldorf choir March 2 to 19 will miss only a week of school. The Easter recess will be held March 30 to April.2. Collis Conducts Session. DECORAH, March 8.--A convention for churches of all denominations was held yesterday at the Congregational church in Decorah. The session was conducted by Dr. ana Mrs. Ralph H. Collis of Charles City on Bible schools. thean class of the Methodist Sunday school met at the Mrs. Ralph Countryman home Tuesday evening ind elected: President, Miss Thelda O'Day; vice president, Mrs. V. M. Jpham; secretary, Mrs. Alda Blake; ireasurer, Mrs. Henry Leach; leacher, Mrs. Henry Leach; assistant teacher, Mrs. Alice Countryman. Return to Minneapolis. LTTVERNE--Mrs. S. E. Smith and ittle daughter, Mary Ann, returned to their home in Minneapolis Monday after a week's visit at the parental H. C. Allen home. Planned at Vinje. " VINJE--A community street saV will be held in Vinje Friday. Machinery, livestock, household articles are listed for sale. Joel Herfendal will be the auctioneer. Britt Woman Speaks. CRYSTAL LAKE--The American Legion auxiliary met Tuesday afternoon in the hall. Mrs. Luella Hansmeier and Mrs. Hazel Voiding were hostesses. Mrs. Wanda Wilson of Britt gave a report 'on the president's and secretaries' · conference held at Des Moines. Mrs. Hazel Voiding was appointed as radio chairman for the local . units. A kitchen shower was also held after the meeting. NORTHWOOD POST IS GIVEN TROPHY Receives Legion Award for Highest Margin Over Assigned Quota. NORTHWOOD, March 8.--The Colflesh trophy, won by William T. Smith American Legion post of this city for showiag the highest percentage of membership compared with the assigned quota, was formally presented Tuesday evening by Commander George W. Troth, who had received it on behalf of the local group at the recent conference held in Des Moines. With a membership of 129, the William T. Smith post attained 310 per cent of its quota. Plymouth Creamery to Hold Meeting Saturday PLYMOUTH, March S.--The annual meeting of the Plymouth Cooperative Creamery company wil be held at the school auditorium Saturday. Free lunch will be served at noon. Officers will be elected buttermilk sold and other business transacted. Men you're right STAN j) Mrs. Christensen of Floyd Honored Guest FLOYD,.March S.--Friends- .and members of the M. E. church held a party ..Tuesday ' afternoon for. Mrs. Christecsen, wife of the pastor. The program, with Mrs. Clayton Tubbs as chairman, included: Reading, Ruth Wulff; reading, Betty Meyer; musical contest in which Mrs. Hugh Johnson and Mrs. Dave Roberts tied for honors. Mrs. Butterfield gave a talk complimentary to Mrs. Christensen's work in the Sunday school and missionary work. Mrs. Mattie Steward, president of the W. C. T. U. talked on Mrs. Christensen's work since coming to Floyd. 1 Automobile at Algona Is Damaged by Flames ALGONA, March 8.--Fire of unknown origin caused aa estimated 5400 damage to a Ford coupe owned by Homer Barringer of Elgin, Minn., early Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Barringer were enroute to Califor- omia and stopped for a few days with their aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. George Lee. Mr. and Mrs. Barringer had planned to leave Wednesday morning. Their trunk and clothes, also two guns were in the car and an estimated damage to the contents was S200. Insurance covers the damage to the car. Decorah Chamber Will Hear Talk by Herring DECORAH, March S.--Gov. Clyde L. Herring is scheduled to speak in Decorah Monday at the weekly meeting of the Chamber of Commerce. Special entertainment features will be provided in honor ot the governor. The Junior Drum and Bugle corps will be on parade before the- luncheon. Govro, councsj Jay-Thorpe, I tl *"«*4U """·WKtei S^Xa., r ANYONE tries to tell you what cigarette you ought to smoke . .. you may quite properly reply: "Who's doing my smoking?" There are many excellent brands of cigarettes. Which one is best for you, is wholly a matter for your taste to say. If your present brand is giving you full satisfaction ... be loyal to it. But if it isn't, why not give it a rest for a few days? And try ultra-mild, honey-smooth OLD GOLDS. No better tobacco grows than is used in OLD GOLDS. And they are PURE. (No artificial flavoring) Frank Costeflo Funeral Conducted at Frederika NASHUA, March 8.--Frank Cos tello, farmer, long time resident o Nashua, died Tuesday after few weeks' illness from heart disease He is survived by the widow and the following children: Mrs. Perry Young, Mrs. William Buckel, Mrs Owen Edsou, Derwood, Johnny and Arlene, the three latter living a home. One son, Lowell, was acciden tally shot and killed two years ago The funeral was held at Frederikj Thursday, the Rev. Allen Gabel of ficiating. Tur.e in on TED Fio-KiTo's sensational HoUrwood Orchestra every Wednesday night-- Columbia Chaia AMERICA'S CIGARETTE Mrs. Soper, Formerly of Iowa Falls Dies in Wes IOWA FALLS, March S.--Wor has just been received here of th death in California of Mrs. Ev Soper, formerly of this city. She wa about 60. Death followed a strok several months agd. The survivor are Harley Tayl r of Artesian, S Dak., Glen Taylor of Iowa Falls an Bert Taylor in California. Intermen | will be made in California. A radio station with a tower 1,02 feet tall, said to be the highest the world, has started broadcastin in Budapest. PRINTZESS FASHIONS Open the Spring and make you glad it's lime lo buy new coaisl Blue coats . . . black coats . . . sandy beige coats . . . coats in piney green. Wool crepes in new constructions . . . cuff collars . . · bows . . . scarfs. Mole . . . galyak. Sleeves that drape above the elbow . . . or have the new- "envelope" cuff . . . coats that button you up to the chin. All the newest and brightest fashions are included in this collection of coats by Print- zess, at very modest prices. Printzess Coats Exclusive in Mason City at Merkel's Dress Your Children in the Quaint Manner 1934 children are stepping right out of the story book. They look like Louisa M. Alcott heroines or .modem Alices in Wonderland; And they-' don't look a great deal different than mother did when she was the same age. Of course they don't have superfluous yardage or too many flounces or frills, but they So aave all the charm that endears the fashions of yesteryear. ' : SIZES 2 TO 6 AT..........89c to $1.98 SIZES 7 TO 14 AT $1.25 to $3.98 Girls' Spring Coats $4.98 to $10.98 . $3.50 MEKKEL'S SECOND FLOOR SPECIAL---Flannel Coats with berets in red, blue and i' green, sizes 2 to 6, at · Spring Handbags Handbags for spring are so carefully styled as to material, shape, size, and trim thJit the choice o£ the proper handbag for the 1 n d i vidual costume becomes as Important as the selection of the costume itself $4.98 Would You Be Smart--Wear Wood Jewelry Jewelry of real ivory and briar wood is as smart as can be. It's absolutely original--entirely different--makes your dress distinctive. Pins, earrings, bracelets and clips at Fashion Again Gives a Big Hand to GLOVES Notice the style relationship of perforations and stitchings in footwear and gloves. Contrasting trims reflect the prevalent vogue for contrast--especially white on black or navy and beige on brown--

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