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Mason City, Iowa
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Monday, March 2, 1936
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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, MARCH 2 1936 ELEVEN PLANS STARTED FOR HOMECOMING Lake Mills Expects 1,000; ' Alumni of High School ; Hold Meeting. LAKE MILLS--A meeting of the high school alumni was helj at . the high school Friday afternoon , with about 75 in attendance, plans 'r for a homecoming were made with , class chairmen, speakers and pro; grams. Out of the 856 graduates. 35 are dead. Interesting to note was : that T. J. Moe, present secretary of the school board, has signed every graduate's certificate since the first issued in 1896. It is estimated that about 1,000 will be expected here May 28, 29, 30, June 1, such as former students, graduates, former superintendents, teachers and old settlers. Many in Vicinity of Osage Planning Moves ( OSAGE--Charles Lugg is moving from 1,1s tarm five miles north of here into the Al Hubbard residence. I The Jesse Armstrongs are vacating a house on South Sixth street to move to the Ivan Sewrig-ht farm near Orchard. The Lester Andersons are moving from the Jim Eckford farm northwest of here to the Harold Shankland farm in Cedar township, which the William Eil- NASAL k IRRITATION j due to colit. / Relieve the dryness and ' irritation by applying Mentholatum nlghl and morning. Gives COMFORT Daily If you prefer nose drops.or · throat spray, coll for the MEW MEHTHOUTUM LIQUID in handy bollle with dropper lers are vacating to move to a farm near Charles City. The Luther Kurtz family movec to his former home in Illinois from the Horgen farm south of town which will be occupied by the Ear Schmidts. The Lawrence Pints have moved from the former Buell farm on the Mitchell road to the place vacated by the Schmidts. Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Weber are moving to Little Cedar where Mr Weber has accepted the position as buttermaker in the creamery there He has been assisting at the Sewright dairy. His place there will be filled by James McGae who has been the buttermaker in. the creamery at Strawberry Point. Myron Peterson Rites Conducted at Austin LYLE, Minn.--Myron Peterson, 31, son of Mrs. Tom Peterson, I 1 /! miles west of town, died quite suddenly at St. Olaf hospital at Austin Wednesday afternoon. Myron submitted to an operation for appendicitis last week and was getting along as well as could be expected when suddenly the end came. Death was caused by a blood clot. He is survived by his mother and by a brother Alfred, living at home on the farm, which Myron had operated for a number of years. His father passed away several years ago. The funeral was held Saturday afternoon from the Jordan mortuary at Austin, at 2 o'clock. Mrs. Managan Funeral Held at Forest City FOREST CITY--Mrs. Lyle Managan, Forest City, who died suddenly Wednesday noon at her home in Forest City, was buried Saturday. Her death was due to a throat infection. She was ill a number of years with arthritis. Mrs. Managan was born in Oelwein 33 years ago. She is survived by her husband, Lyle Managan, her mother, Mrs. C. H. Clark of Oelwein and one sister and two brothers. Funeral services were held at the St. James Catholic church. Returns to Sioux City. FOREST CITY--Miss Ellen Kris- :ensen visited her parents at Forest City, Mr. and Mrs. Soren Kristensen. Miss Kristensen is attending Morningside college at Sioux City and returned Saturday. Moving and Storage Service REASONABLE RATES PHONE 216 Cadwell Transfer Storage Co. OFFICE AT 303 EIGHTH STREET SOUTHWEST A Limited Number of Form Ownership PLAT BOOKS for SALE If you would like to have a Plat Book of Cerro Gordo county . , . you better get it now before the supply is exhausted. Here's what the Book contains: A Plat of each of the 16 Townships in the county, and each Township is represented on a page. Each Plat, or drawing, is 7 5 /s inches by 7 Viz inches . . . large enough to be easily read. This 1936 book shows the owners of all Cerro Gordo county farms, the exact size of each--as well as the towns, schools, creeks, paved and gravel roads, and the steam and electric railroads in the county. Such a good-size, up-to-date Plat Book of Cerro Gordo County is seldom available. But, right now the Globe- Gazette has a very limited number of these books, just off the press. They're valued at $2.50 each, and while the present supply lasts, they will be on sale at the Globe-Gazette office at the special price of Running Mate Forces of Senator William E. Borah-for-president put their drive for Ohio's 53 delegates at the republican national convention in June into high gear with the announcement that. Frank E. Gannett of Kochester, N. Y., above, publisher of la newspapers, \vould be Borah's running mate in Ohio. At the same time, Gannett announced he had accepted the designation as second choice for president. It was indicated, however, that such action was taken with the understanding that Gannett was not primarily seeking the nomination but was eager to show in this way his strong endorsement of the candidacv of Senator Borah. John Warburton Dies at R i c e v i l l e ; Rites Will Be Held Tuesday RICEVILLE -- John WarburtonV 83, pioneer of North Iowa, died Sunday morning from old age infirmities. Funeral services will be held Tuesday with burial at Kendall ville. Born in England, he came to the Cresco vicinity when 3 years of age and lived for 43 years on a farm near Riceville. For the last 15 years he lived in Riceville. Surviving are three children, Ray, John, Jr., and Mrs. Oliver White, all of Riceville. Woman Is Located in Emmetsburg Following Hunt Begun in Chicago CHICAGO, (J)--Search for Mrs. Leta Pearl Baldwin, 22, begun when a box containing her diary and marriage certificate was found in the Chicago river, ended when she was located in Emmetsburg, Iowa. Mrs. Baldwin said the box and her suitcases were stolen at the Chicago union station. Four in School Race. FOREST CITY--An interesting school election is foreseen at Forest City after Dr. T. J. Irish and Harmon Lundberg entered' the race to compete with George Osmundson and Frank Segerstrom. The last two men's terms will expire in March. Home Declain Planned. THORNTON--The home declamatory contest of Thornton high school pupils will be held Monday- evening at the opera house. and Radiator Service CentralAutoEIectricCo. formerly Central Battery Electric C.n, New Address Next Fire Station Photic 494 I I P Ittifc PLUS 2 CENTS SALES TAX "Licensed t'.i niftmifnriiirc anil sell llar- Relnforred Tire chains tinder fnltcd Suites ;md ('311:1 Letters I'll t e n t : American Ctiain Company. Inc.: Tlir McKay ( n m p i u i y : Tlip Chiilii I'rmim'ls Cumpan.v: Pjrcin 1 Mnmi- fnet tiring rni;ianv: Dominion luiiti ('ini- pnny. Urt.; ami |',\ri-ti.- M n m i f a H n r i n c Com- pnnv fit Cjin,»*):i, l.t't." Charles City News Mrs. Carson Shapley Dies Near Floyd; Mrs. Springer Funeral Held CHAKLES CITY--Mrs. Carson Shapley, 61, died Sunday afernoon at her home one mile north of Floyd following an illness of five weeks. Funeral services will be held Tuesday afternoon in the Methodist church in FJoyd with the Rev. George McConkey officiating and burial will be in the Floyd cemetery. The Grossman funeral home is in charge. Mrs. Shapley was born in Norway and came here with her parents when she was five years old. She is survived by her husband and only child, Mrs. A. M. Roberts, Floyd, a brother, Amos Lunde and mother, Mrs. Annie Lunde, both of Minnewaukon, S- Dak., and five grandchildren. Funeral services were to be held this afternoon at the Lindaman funeral home for Mrs. Charles Springer, 48. 901 Tenth avenue, who died Saturday in the Cedar Valley hospital. The Rev. G. A. Hess was in charge and burial was to be in Riverside cemetery. Mrs. Springer is survived by her husband, three daughters and a son. Mrs. Ivan Miller and Mrs. Glen Harms, Grundy Center, Mrs. Clarence Dobbs and Glen Springer, both of Charles City, also her mother, Mrs. Oliver Monroe, who lives here. Several Who Visited in South Return Home CHARLES CITY -- The first of March saw several midwinter travelers returning home. Among those who came from the south were Mr. and Mrs. Scott Donaldson, who spent several weeks in Winter park, Fla., and stopped at New Orleans to attend the Mardi Gras on the way home. Ralph Waller and Bob Waller visited New Orleans at the same time after traveling 11,000 miles on the west coast. They saw Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Castle, who are spending several months at Brownsville, Tex. Mrs. O. J. Fluent, who spent a couple of months with her daughter, Margaret, at Downer's Grove, 111., returned Saturday. Father Convery Speaks at Opening of Series CHARLES CITY--The first of a series of six Sunday evening religious services was held in the high school auditorium with the Rev. W. J. Convery, of the Immaculate Conception church, delivering the sermon. Paul Auringer led the choir of about 50 voices from the co-operating churches and Mrs. Albert Schilling played the accompaniments. The pastors of the churches, the Rev. W. F. Belling, Central M. E. church; Dr. J. M. Walters, First M. E. church; the Rev. G. A. Hess, Christian church; Dr. E. W. Huelster, Congregational church; the Rev. A. A. Rideout, Baptist church and the Rev. C. G. Prott«ngeier, Lutheran church, occupied seats on the platform. Pastors from out of town will be the guest speakers at the coming meetings. Fifth Exhibit Planned. CHARLES CITY^The fifth annual exhibit by the merchants of Charles City, automobile dealers and Oliver retail store, will be held at the Hart-Parr plant Wednesday and Thursday, March 11 and 12. This exhibit was originally planned for the month of February but was postponed on account of- the stormy weather. Little-Nier. CHARLES CITY--The Rev. G. A. Hess officiated at the marriage of Amos D. Nier, son of Mr. and Mrs. Arley Nier and Miss Elva Little, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Little Friday afternoon at the farm home of the bride's parents in Pleasant Grove township. Miss Lois Little, sister of the bride and Arthur Nier, brother of the bridegroom, were the attendants. Only the immediate families witnessed the ceremony. On their return from a short wedding trip. Mr. and Mrs. Nier will live on the Spotts farm on the Rockford road. Charles Cify Briefs CHARLES CITY--A marriage license was issued to Darren R. Miller, Charles City and Lorraine R. Champion. Osagc. A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Thorson in the Cedar Valley hospital. Mrs. T. M. Parrish is visiting her mother. Mrs. Mary Young, in Emmetsburg. W. J. Murphy is recovering from an operation in the hospital in Mason City. Donald Vetterer. Greene, is a patient in the hospital. Mrs. Beatrice Tetzloff of Colwell has received notice of her appointment as acting postmistress of that place. Mr. and Mrs. Rex Stiirdivant ha,vc moved from the Ellis farm one and one-half miles north of Colwell to a farm near Charles City which they purchased. Mrs. Frances Schmmpfer of Iov.-a City spent Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Nicp. Mrs. N. R. Allen is entertaining the "Idle-wild" bridge club this afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. James Kraus of Mason City were visitors at the Jennie Andrews home. A. F. Mueller is a patient in the Cedr.r Valley hospital. The first foreclosure suit by the Home Owners' Loan was started Saturday. There nrc about 200 loans in Floyd county. Mrs. Lloyd H u f f m a n was granted Wins High Honors Charles Evans Hughes lit, grandson of Chief Justice Charles Evans Hughes ot the U. S. supreme court, won high honors at Broun university at Providence, IS. I., where he is a student. Besides being elected to Phi Beta Kappa, honorary scholastic society, Hughes heads the junior prom committee and is managing editor of the Brown Daily Herald, campus publication. MOTHER OF 12 AT OSAGE DIES Mrs. Cummmgs, Who Broke Hip in Fall, Suffered Heart Disease. O S A G E -- Mrs. William Cummings, mother of 12 children, who suffered a fractured hip in a fall recently, died at 3 o'clock Monday morning at St. Francis hospital in Waterloo from heart disease and diabetes. Her maiden name was Clara Bird. She was born in Mitchell county and was about 68. Her husband died 2 years ago. Children surviving are Mrs. Blsa Ensfield of Osage, Mrs. Jack Bloes of Gilbertville, Mrs. Albert Sargeant of Waterloo, Frances, at home, Mrs. John Helm of Meyer, Mrs. Frank Tyler, at home, Gilbert, Oliver and Ray at home, Ralph of Osage and Ed and William of Austin. Pribbenow, Hampton, 111 After Battle With Snow HAMPTON--A. G. Pribbenow, Globe-Gazette subscription manager m Franklin county, is seriously ill at his home here with heart trouble caused by over-exertion Wednesday. Blinded by the blizzard, he drove his car into the ditch west of Chapin and his efforts to get it back on the road brought about his illness. Federal Income Tax- DEDUCTIONS FOR INTEREST No. 22. Amounts paid or accrued within the taxable year 1935 as interest on indebtedness are deductible, with certain exceptions, from gross income in determining net income. Such items include interest on borrowed money to defray personal expenses, and on money borrowed for the purchase of real or personal property. If a person owes money on a. lien Or mortgage note on his home, the amount of the interest nay be deducted. Indebtedness, lowever, need not be evidenced by :ien, judgment or mortgage to make the interest on it deductible. Frequently indebtedness is evidenced only by a note. Interest paid on indebtedness incurred in the purchase of obligations (other than obligations of the United States issued after Sept. 24, 1317, and originally subscribed for by the :axpayer), the interest upon which s wholly exempt from federal income tax, is not deductible. Interest paid on loans on life insurance policies is deductible provided the amount of the loan is not used for :he purposes previously referred to n this paragraph. Interest paid on jehalf of a friend or relative where :here is no legal obligation on the mrt of the payor is not deductible. [n such crises the amount is the same as a gift. As interest paid js deductible, so nterest received is taxable. All such amounts, including interest received on bank and savings deposits, must he included in the taxpayer's return of gross income. MAKE PLANS FOR ANTI-WAR STRIKE 35 S. U. I. Students Form Branch of American Student Union. IOWA CITT, UK--Thirty-five University of Iowa students who claimed to represent "liberal student thought," but denied they wished to engage in any organized political activity, formed a branch of the 'American Student Union" here Sunday. The group voted unanimously to aid in plans for a national student strike against war next month. Members also adopted the platform of the American student union, and petitioned the national organization for a charter. The platform includes opposition to retrenchment in education, to compulsory military training, to discrimination against races and religions by schools, and urges students to take an active part in a fight against war. "We believe that the purpose of the R. 0. T. C. is to inculcates tolerance of the military machine," the resolution stated. Actions Nut Influenced. Members of the organization's temporary executive committee said their group included some communist sympathizers and at least one socialist. They declared, however, that the individual views of the members would not influence the action of the organization, Henry Felsen of Iowa City, a member of the temporary executive committee, declared that he was a communist sympathizer. "I am not a member of the communist party," he said, "because I am not old enough." Felsen is not a student in the University, but said he was eligible for membership in the Student Union because he had been a student in the last three years. He is now employed, he said, on a PWA writer's project. Felsen is formerly of Brooklyn, N. Y. Opposes Communism. Robert Tilove, New York City, another member of the temporary executive committee, declared "I am a socialist, and would not be a member of an organization which engaged in communist activity." Other members of the temporary executive committtee which will serve for two weeks until permanent officers are elected are: Carleton Wildes, Fargo, N. Dak.; Chauncey Fay, Ottumwa; Mrs. Eleanor Parsons, Fargo, N. Dak.; Clarence Hoorr.eman, Le Mars; Gerald Boyd, Fort Worth, Texas; Hans Anton Pawlak, Victor. Snowplows Unable to Open Road for Doctor Before Baby Succumbs LELAND--The two day old infant born to Mr. and Mrs. Leech at the home of Mrs. Leech's parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Thompson, east of town, died Thursday afternoon. Mr. Thompson drove to the pavement with a team and sled, as the road to the farm home was blocked. He waited several hours for a physician to arrive from Forest Ctiy, but not until nearly evening were the snow plows able to penetrate the drifts and open the highway so th physician could get through. The body was taken to the Hanson funeral home at Forest City Thursday evening. Five Haul Snowplow Repairs on Toboggan CRYSTAL LAKE--Supt. Ed McGreevey, Kay Fox, Nub Nelson Marry Keegan and Cliff Stewart walked to Britt, starting about 9 o'clock Thursday night and returned at S o'clock the following morning with repairs weighing 250 pounds for the snowplow which was laid up with a broken front drive gear. They arrived in Britt in just three hours. After warming up they went to the county sheds where they made a toboggan to pull home the repairs on. The snow was so deep it took four on the toboggan at a time. The Snowplow was repaired by noon and was again on its way opening roads afgter being blocked two days. Several persons from here were caught away from home by the storm while quite a number were marooned here until Friday. Will Name Six Delegates. FOREST CITY--Winnebago county democrats will hold the county convention at Forest City Saturday. They will select six delegates to the state meeting to be held at Des Moines on April 3. W. R. Fleming is county chairman and Miss Susie Todd of Lake Mills is vice chairman. Enters Veterans' Hospital. CARPENTER--Oscar Wagner has jone to Des Moines where he en- :ered the Veterans' hospital for observation. Trip Is Delayed. THORNTON--The Rev. and Mrs. L. M. Carver drove to Waterloo where Mrs. Carver expected to take a bus to Iowa City for treatment in the University hospital. No buses were leaving that day so they returned, getting only as far as Mason City, where they left their car and came on the first train, about 3:30 Friday morning. a divorce from her husband by Judge T. A. Bsardorc Saturday. They were married in 1927 and have one child 6 years old. W O M E N WHO SUFFER Women who suffer in silence often pav a double I'fnaltv for wearing this gag of u DSP If] sh ness or silly pride. Painful periods arc nature's warning something is wrons anil needs immediate attention. Failure to heed and correct the first painful symptoms may lead to chronic conditions with sometimes bad consequences. Growing girls as -well as women in middle UCe arc often sufferers from female irregularities, catarrhal drains. Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription is a dependable tonic for women and can be obtained at every drit£ store, Huy now! New size, tablets 50 cts., l i q u i d $1.00. Large si/.c labs or liquid, J?l.o3. Write for fr^r mrdicnl fldvice to Pr. Tierce's Clinic, K u f T n l n . N. T. 84 Year Oldlowan Has Physician for Illness for First Time in Life WAVERLY--Fred Spohr, 84, is now recovering from a brief illness, first in his life which necessitated attention of a physician. Spohr's only previous official contact with a doctor came when he suffered an accident as section foreman of the Illinois Central railroad position from which he was pensioned several years ago. Funeral at Protivin for Thomas Holub, Who Died Suddenly, Held in Church PROTIVIN--Thomas Holub, Sr., retired farmer of Protivin, who died at the family residence Wednesday, following a short illness, was buried Friday. The evening before his death he attended the bazar at Protivin and was suddenly stricken by a stroke of apoplexy. Surviving are his wife, three daughters, Mrs. Martin Soukup of Ridgeway, Mrs. Frank Slimeska of Calmar, Mrs. Joseph Shindclcar of Ridgeway, one son, Tom Jr., of Protivin, and one sister, Mrs. Joe Pceinovsky o£ Protovin. The funeral was held Friday morn- mg at 10 o'clock in Holy Trinity church, the Father Hradecky offering the high mass of requiem. Lew W. Stevens, Rites Conducted at Chapin CHAPIN -- Funeral services for Lew W. Stevens were held at the Methodist church Friday afternoon with the Rev. A. R. Grant officiating. Mr. Stevens died at his home iiere Wednesday morning from heart disease and dropsy. Mr. Stevens was past 73 years of age and was a resident of Chapin since 1916. He was married to Mrs. Laura Wohlford at Mason City on Dec 28 1916. He is survived by his widow, one stepdaughter, Mrs, John Withers, who lives east of Sheffield and by several nieces and nephews. Burial was made in the Geneva cemetery. Mrs. Jackson Dies at Lake Mills; Husband Is in Poor Health LAKE MLLS--Mrs. R. Jackson, 84, died at her home Saturday morning. She had been seriously ill about 10 days, following a paralytic stroke. She was in failing health for the past few years. Beside her husband, who is also in poor health, she is survived by a son, Selmer of Hollywood. Cal., who arrived here Friday, after having been snowbound at lotva Falls. Funeral services will be held Wednesday afternoon at the Salem Lutheran church with the Rev. O. R. Sletten officiating. Simak Leaves Spencer to Edit Daily in Missouri SPENCER--Cliff Simak, who has been managing editor on the Spencer Daily Reporter, left Monday to become editor of the Daily Standard at Excelsior Springs. Mo. He is being succeeded by G. N. Fader of Independence, Mo. Home. From CCC Camp. GRAFTON -- Roland Baumann, who has been working with the CCC camp at Eldora. came home Thursday to visit his father and relatives. Lowest Prices JENSFNGU5KFS 110 i/j N. Fed. Avc., Mason City Sterling Groceries and Meat Markets No. 1 -- No. 2 -- No. 3 -- No. 4 TUESDAY -- WEDNESDAY -- THURSDAY Righf to Limif We Deliver $1.00 Orders During the month of March--march right up to the Sterling stores for bargains. Spring Lamb Legs, Ib. 19c f Sirloin Steak, Ifa ] 8c Round Steak, Ib 20c Beef Short Ribs, Ib.. . . lOc Spring Lamb Shoulder, pound I5c Spring Lamb Chops, Ib. 20c Baby Beef Hearts, Ib. lOc to I Baby Beef Liver, Ib.. . 20c Tall Cans Pink Salmon, 2 cans Tall Cans Libby's Red Salmon Grapefruit, 8 for 25c Winesap Apples, 5 Ibs. 25c Lettuce, large heads, 2 for 15c Potatoes, Good, peck. . 27c Oranges, 2 dozen. . . . 35c Idaho Russetts, b a g . . 42c Celery, large stalk. . . l f c Potatoes, Good, 100 Ibs $1.55 WINESAP APPLES, FANCY, Bushel $1.75 Kraft's Macaroni Dinner Oval Sardines, 3 cans 25c Pork Beans, 3 cans 25c Red Kidney Beans, 3 for 25c Lima Beans, 3 for. . . . 25c Libby's Asparagus, Large No. 2 can. . . 25c Tomato Soup, 3 for. . 25c Vegetable Soup, 3 for 25c Spaghetti, 3 cans. . . . 25c Libby's Tomato Juice, 3 for Rice, Fancy, 4 Ibs.. 25c 25c Cream Cheese, pound Navy Beans, 8 p o u n d s . . . The republicans have held their state convention and made their promises. Now the democrats will hold their state convention and out-promise the republicans. In the meantime, dear public, get ready to pay your state income tax, federal income tax, your property fax this month. In 1776 the issue was taxes, in 1936 the issue is taxes. With all our progress taxes are still the issue. You know it takes a little time to settle issues. LUKE B. MILLER, U. S. A. Mother's Cocoa, 2-lb. can 1 Large Pkg., 1 Small Pkg. Magic Washer, all for 21 c Apple Butter, jar 25c Strawberry P r e s e r v e s . . 25c Gelatine, pkg 5c Apple Jelly, jar 1 5c Red Kidney Beans. . . . lOc Peanut Butter, jar. . . . 29c Yacht Club Tuna, can 15c Asparagus, can 20c Yacht Club Jelly, j a r . . lOc Farm House Peas, con lOc JERSEY CREAM FLOUR, 49 ibs.. . . . $1,49 SUGAR, BEET, 100 Ibs $4.65 MOTHER HUBBARD FLOUR, 49 Ibs. $2.18 SEAL OF MINNESOTA FLOUR, 49 Ibs $2 09 NATIONAL SEAL FLOUR, 100 Ibs SI 69 OYSTER SHELLS, 100 Ibs 69c STOCK SALT, 100 Ibs ' 69c MR. F A R M E R : -- Bring us your eggs -- cash or trade -any of the 4 stores

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