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Mason City, Iowa
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Saturday, December 23, 1933
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TWENTY-TWO af ASON crnr GLOBE-GAZETTE DECEMBER 23 1933 NINE ARRESTED AT ALLISON FOR FISH LAW VIOLATIONS WERE SPEARING WITH NO LICENSE Fines of $10 and Costs Are Given Each by Justice · of Peace. ALLISON, Dec. 23.--Nine persons were arrested late yesterday for violations of game laws and fines were assessed against them when they were arraigned before M. S. Green, justice of the peace in Madison township. The nine were arrested by R. P. Monplasurc, deputy game warden. Eight of the violators were charged with spearing fish without a license. The other was charged with spearing fish not listed among those permitted in a recent ruling. Each was fined $10 and costs and all fines were paid. The arrests were made at the West Fork, six miles south of Allison. . Those arrested were Ed Miller of Allison, Frank Eisentrager and son, Lyon, both of Dumont; Verne Ritzmann of Dumont, Edward DeVere, Ben Muller end son, Jake and Henry Bartell of Aplington, all of whom were charged with, spearing fish without a license and Glaus Behrends of Aplington. 59 Persons Work on Belmond CWA Projects BELMOND, Dee. 23.--Eighty-five men and four women are employed lera on CWA and CWS work. The last week the department allowed .he local school and library projects, requiring the services of two women each. Their duties will be fil- ng, cataloging arid general utility work. The projects the men are working on are graveling of streets, placing storm sewers, and ripraping rock walls along the Iowa river where the bridge crosses on Mnin street. The payroll at the present time is 52,550 a week. Friday mom- Ing it was learned among the group of men employed that 30 men were unemployed because of the lack of projects, so they agreed to give one day out of each of their four days to one of these unemployed, paying them out of their own checks. This will give 30 men each two days work a week. Emma Vagts Named Head of Cresco R. N. A. Lodge CRESCO, Dec. 23.--Royal Neigh bors Thursday elected Miss Emma Vagts, oracle; Mrs. R. E. Wenger vice oracle; Mrs. Claude Miller, re carder; Mrs. W. H. Tillson, receiver Mrs. R. E. Hardy, chancellor; Mrs Harold Eaton, marshal; Mrs., G. J Hoopman, inner sentinel; Miss Edith Schultz, outer aentinel; Mrs. F. R Burr, manager; Miss Ruth Woodard musician; Dr. G. A. Plumroer and Dr. J. L. Craig, physicians. Neiv Organ Group Elects. CRESCO, Dec. 23.--Officers elected by the New Oregon Cemetery association at the annual meeting held by the ladies branch Wednesday were Mrs. L. E. Emmons, president; Mrs. H. A. Rucker, vice president; Mra. W. C. Patterson, secre T tary, and Mrs. Fanny Famsworth treasure!'. All are re-elections. HERE AND THERE « » o » * » « * » » » » * » * ' ' * * Miscellaneous Items From 125 Globe-Gazette Correspondents in North Iowa and Minnesota Many Students Arrive to Visit Homes in Clarion CLARION, Dec. 23.--Students arriving home from schools are: Claude McGahey, Northwestern; Maurice Birdsall, Jr., Grinnell; Dorothy Nagle, University of Washington, Washington; Byrl Brock, Ray Scott, Jack Lee, Joseph Tomke and Frank Walker, Iowa City; Amy Austin, Melvene Draheim, Charles Hill, Rose, Jacob and Frances Sadoff and Laura Dawson, Cedar Falls; Phillip Spencer and Marjorie Butler, Ames, and Marjorie Thompson and Miriam Morfo'rd, Cornell. Rudd School Closes as Program Is Presented RUDD, Dec. 23.--School closed Friday afternoon with, Christmas programs to which the parents were welcomed. Teachers who went home v.'ere: Coach Millard Berry, Joice, Dorothy Jean Brown, Macomb, III., Miss Bernice Schmidt, Randalia; Miss Lena Nicholas, Mclntire; Miss Bernice Bobinhouse, Des Moines; Miss Louise Youngerman, Charles City; Mrs. Georgiana Murphy will entertain her son, Tom, who attends college at Cedar Falls. OUR YULETTDE WISH May "Santa" shower you with gifts in profusion and leave enough cheer and joy to last long after Christinas--that is our wish. Hagerman-Moersch Company Phone 901 903 South Pennsylvania Hog Stolen. LONEROCK--Otto Jensen was greatly surprised Wednesday morning to find that someone had stolen one hog from him. Tracks showed where it had been dragged across a cornfield and then taken over the fence. Evidently someone was relishing the fresh meat. Park Anderson Speaks. PLYMOUTH--The Willard W. C. T. U.'met with Mr. and Mrs. Ren Snell. Park Anderson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Archie Anderson, student of Taylor college at Upland, Ind., gave a Christmas talk. Visit in Chicago. GOLDFIELD--Mr. and Mrs, Olaf Lonning left Friday for Chicago to spend a week with relatives. Leavn lor Milwaukee. RUDD---Beryl Han sen and Miss Dorothy Ervay left Friday for Milwaukee, Wis., where Miss Ervay lives. She has visited relatives and friends in Rudd for several months. Visit at Morning Sun. ROWAN--Mr." and Mrs. Brown Hoke left Thursday for Morning Sun to spend the holidays with Mrs. Hokes' parents there. Treated at County Home.' GARNER--The 38 inmates of the county home will each receive tonight a pound of candy, a gift from the Women's Progressive club. This has been an anual custom of the club for the past 20 years. School Program Given. SEXTON--The school children gave a Christmas program at the schoolhouse Friday afternoon. The mothers and a number of friends attended. Santa Claus gave the children candy and peanuts. Marie Harris is teacher. School was dismissed until Tuesday, Jan. 2. Home From Ames. MARBLE ROCK--Lloyd Spaulding-, a student of lowa^Statc college at Ames, is spending his holiday vacation with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mayne Spaulding. 40 Attend Party. CLARION--The Young Married People's class of the Presbyterian church was entertained at the home of Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Ramsay Thursday night. About 40 were present. Arrive From Missouri. MANLY--Catherine McKerchcr is visiting her mother, Mrs. Louise McKercher. She was accompanied by her roommate, Eleanor Voorhiss, South Hampton, N. Y. The girls are students ;-t Park college, Parksville, Mo. ' ' ' ' - ..... - · -· - Students Are ·Horap. RAKE--Miss Marcella ' Benson, student of St. Olaf college, Northfield, Minn., is home to spend Christmas vacation. Martin Nesh- iem, student of State University of Iowa, is home for the holidays. Go to St. Paul. GRAFT ON--John Bork, Jr., o£ here and Alvin Ludvigson of Austin went to St. Paul on business Thurs day evening. Teachers Go to Homes. JOICE--The Joice independent school closed Friday for two weeks vacation. The five teachers left for their respective homes. YOUR IOWA Vn Interesting Fact Daily About the Stats 1'ou Are Proud tc Call Your Oivn! The aggregate valuation of Iowa's principal crops shows an increase this year of 75 per cent over 1932. Charivari Is Held. CRYSTAL LAKE--A charivari was held at tlie home of Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Nelson for their sou and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. James Nelson, who were married Dec. 5 at Cresco. George Pitkin sang a few songs. Programs Are Planned. LAKE MILLS--The Christmas program of the Methodist church will be given Sunday evening. On Monday evening the Salem Sunday school will have a program. Church Programs Scheduled. JOICE--The three annual Christmas church programs will be as follows: Beaver Creek, Monday evening; Bethany, Tuesday evening and Concordia, Wednesday after neon. Visitors Over Holidays. LAKE MILLS--Holiday visitors at the homes of their parents ar Majel Cronk of Omaha at Byron Cronks, Monroe Kent of Ames a J, D. .Keuts, Olive Jenson o£ Ames O. B. Jenson; Art Sand of North field, Mrs. Sand; Belinda Solomon son of Moorhead, Minn., Oscar Sol omonsons; Warren Ruby, Iowa City, at A. F. Rubys. Guests Fcom Kupids. DUMONT--Mr. and Mrs. Fores Clemens and two children an brother, Louie Clemens, came Wed nesday evening from Cedar Rapid to spend Christmas with the Hutch ison and J. L. Clemens families Mr. and Mrs. Harry Johnson will come from Cedar Rapids Sunday for the Hutchison family gathering. A r islt at Ames. JOICE--Donald and Emerson Evans left Friday for Ames to spend their Christmas vacation with relatives. Club Goes Caroling. CRYSTAL LAKE--The high school glee club accompanied by Miss Jensen, eighth grade teacher, and the Rev. Joseph Hutchings went to the homes of Mrs. George Wallace, who has been bedfast for Leave for Colorado. BELMOND--Mr. and Mrs. Chris ragh and daughter, Arline left or Cannon City, Colo., Friday to pencl the Christmas and New .'ear's season at the home of Mrs. Cragh's father, George Polhemus. Homo From Pennsylvania. MANLY--Gordon Parker, Jr., is pending the holidays with his pav- 'nts, the Rev. and Mrs. G. G. Barker. Gordon is a student at the Gettysburg Lutheran seminary, ettysburg. Pa. Morn ut Hake. RAKE--Born to Mr. and Mrs. Ole Ranes a baby girl. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Selmer Jacobson a baby boy Tuesday. Homo for Vacation. ROWAN--The following young persons are home for the holidays: Edwin Emerson, attending Agricultural College at Ames; Harold Gartner and Maxlne Sheldon, from the University of Iowa City, and Miriam Sellers, Noma Andrews and Genevieve Munnis from the State Teachera college at Cedar Falls. Visitor From Lanioni. PLYMOUTH--Mrs. J. Hart of Lamoni came Thursday to visit her son, F. W. Hart, principal of high school. Will Attend Short Course. GOLDFIELD--Wendell Turner, son of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. H. Turner of Liberty Township will spend Dec. 27, at the annual junior short course at Ames. Wendell is president of the Wright county 4-H club. Homo for Holidays. DOWS--Some of the Dows students away at college are already home for Christmas holidays, including Edward Schnug, George $6 IS COST OF PACKAGE SEARCH Courthouse at New Hampton Is Scene of Warrants and Hunting. NEW HAMPTON, Dec. 23.--The playful removal of a Christmas package at the courthouse yesterday resulted in a furore and finally a bill of ?6 filed in the Chickasaw county auditor's office by C. A. Upham, justice of the peace, for fees on two search warrants, fees for Sheriff George C. Hurray and Constable Hawley Miller for serving the warrants. Ray F. Paragher, manager of the A. B. Harris and Son abstract company, removed a Christmas package from the office of the district clerk of court. Miss Florence Kearns, clerk, swore out a warrant in Upham's court asking that a search warrant be issued to search Farragher's office in the courthouse. Constable Hawley Miller searched Faragher'a office in vain. In the meantime, Faragher had TJp- ham issue a warrant to search Miller's office. Faragher's warrant was given to Sheriff George C. Murray. Murray found the package in Miller's office. Upon learning that Miss Kearns had asked for a search warrant, Faragher removed the package from his office. He obtained a master key from the county auditor and placed the package in Miller's office. Then Faragher had a -warrant issued to search Miller's office and had Shurift Murray search Miller's office for the package where it was found and then returned to Miss Kearns by the sheriff. families to dinner at the Garner cafe. Her children are Glen, Mason City, Mrs. Max Spletter, Spencer, Mrs. Leo Phillips of Waukon, Mrs. Stanley McPeak, Mason City, Mrs. Charles F. Merten, Mrs. Ear] Ellsworth and Dale of Garner. Dr. and Mrs. J. C. Morrison will motor to Waterloo Sunday and spend Christmas in the home of Mrs. Morrison's sister, Mrs. Harry Huffman. Mrs. Morrison will remain there until after New Year's. Prof. and Mrs. C. H. Torapkins and Rachel and Dicky will motor to Des Moines Sunday to be with Mrs. Tompkins mother, Mrs. S. Wilson and their son, Denzel, student at Drake University who will accompany his parents to Garner Tuesday to spend the holiday season. Edwin Haskin, 08, Civil war veteran and Mrs. Nellie Haskin and children of Garner and Mr. and Mr.s Anton Pankuk will have Christmas dinner in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Myron Haskin. A census is to be taken to show the effect of the depression on business, but what business would like to know is the effect of recovery.-Indianapolis News. \ Milk Station Robbed of $4 at Forest City FOREST CITY, Dec. 23.--The Tweeten milk station was broken into some time during the night Thursday and a little more than ?i taken from the till. The robbery was discovered Friday morning. Corn Loan Machinery Set Up at Blue Earth BLUB EARTH, Minn., Dec. 23.-^ j According to County Agent En- grebretson, everything is in readlr ness in this county for farmers to make application for loans on corn which is seated. Many applications, are expected. ( Pageant on Program. ,,.·-, ROWAN--The Methodist Sunday ,(£$ school held a children's program and party in the basement of the church Friday evening and on Sunday eve will give the pageant b the older boya and girls, "The Inn-| keeper of Bethlehem." : I THE GREEN MILL extends to you the | Season's Greetings Huxtable Wishes You Merriest of Merry Christmases AND THANKS YOU FOR YOUR CHEERFUL PATRONAGE OF THE I^AST YEAR OPEN ALL DAY SUNDAY AND MONDAY FOR THE LATE SHOPPER IF YOU FIND YOU HAVE FORGOTTEN SOittETHING . . . COME IN YOU'LL BE SURE TO GET A SUITABLE GIFT HERE HUXTABLE DRUG CO. 118 SOUTH FEDERAL AVE. YULETIDE GREETINGS Here's to a full measure of HAPPINESS ond G O O D FOKTUNE. Garfin Grocery five years, and Mrs. Mary Hansen, bedfast for more than two years, and sang- Christmas songs. They also went to~tfte~aanie of some of he elderly persons of the commun- ty and sang for them. Return From Des Moines. SW A L E D ALE--Mrs. Mattie Carr, Burgess and Roscoe Carr, returned Thursday from several days' visit in Des Moines. Daughter Is Born. STILSON--Born to Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Daughan a daughter. Mrs. Ziegler Funeral Services at Kanawha Church Are Announcec CORWITH, Dec. 23.--Funera services for Mrs. Bertha Ann Zeig ler, 56, who died at her home a Clark, S. Dak., Thursday morning will b' e held at 1:30 'o'clock Sunday afternoon at the Methodist churc at Kanawha. Burial will be made i the Corwith cemetery beside he husband, Dave Zeigler, who died Nov. 5, 1932. Mrs. Zeigler was born near Kanawha, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Tripp. She is survived by seven children, Floyd, Harvey, Viva, Elry, Lawrence, Merle and Opal, the last five of whom are at home and by seven grandchildren. Four brothers also survive, John, Milton, Norris and Roy Tripp of Kanawha. Iowa City; Carl Peterson, St. Olaf, Northfield, Minn. Home From Palmer. BELMOND--Miss Muriel Luick and Miss Mary Kernan who teach in the Palmer school arrived Friday to spend the holiday vacation at their homes here. Mrs. H. F. Luick, mother of Miss Luick, motored to Palmer Thursday to attend the Chistmas program, and brought the girls home with her. Home From .Coc. MANLY--Marion Benson, student at Coe college, Cedar Rapids, is spending the holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Benson. Go to Council Bluffs. RAKE--Mr. and Mrs. Gust Johnson motored .to Council Bluffs Thursday, Herman Johnson and Lewis Rygg will return home with them for a Christmas vacation. Will Give Program. SEXTON--The Sunday school hildren will give a Christmas program tonight at S p. m. at the Sex- ion, church. , Teachers Are Entertained. LATIMER--Supt. and Mrs. J. B. Hungerford entertained the teachers at their home. Return From Minneapolis. GORDONSVILLE, Minn.--John Merrie Christmas Everybody! i 1 55 1 ft* ttluviAf Uvuttma* AMD JEFFERSON Transportation Co. BUS Depot--16 First St. S. W. MASON CITY Rites for Hallett of Forest City, P i o n e e r lowan, Held in Church FOREST CITY, Dec. 23.--Funeral services were held yesterday afternoon at the Calvary Baptist ch«rch by the Rev. M. S. Hansen tor William G. Hallett, 76, who died at his home in Forest City Tuesday. Mr. Hallett had lived for many years in this vicinity on a farm Just south of town and more recently in town. He was torn at Kenosha, Wis., and resided in Bremer county for 35 years. He is survived by his widow, six sons, Wray G., Leigh L,., and Allen A., of Forest City. Leroy H., and Lyle G., o1 Brabham, Minn., and Melvin E. of Gettysburg, S. Dak. Burial was made in the Madison cemetery just south of Forest City. ·Calstad accompanied Arleigh Miller on a business trip to Minneapolis. Miss Arlene Miller, student at Minnesota university, returned with them to spend the Christmas vacation with home folks. Attend Brother's Funeral. CALMAR--Mrs. Christ Freidei and Fred Steensland left for Chicago to attend the funeral of their brother, John Steensland, which was held Wednesday afternoon. Visitor Prom Wlndom. LATIMER--Miss Ruth Johnson instructor in the schools at Win dom, Minn., arrived for the holiday recess to visit her parents, Mr. anc Mrs. T. C. Johnson. Home for Holidays. CALMAR--Miss Mary Becvar ar rived Thursday from Briar Cliff college, Sioux City, for a two weeks' vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jake Becvar. Miss Dorothy Meyer arrived home from Columbus, Nebr., where she is attending school. Miss Doloris Giesen, a nurse in training in Rochester. Minn., arrived Wednesday to visit with her mother, Mrs. Henry Giesen and family. Will Live With Daughter. BRISTOW--Mrs. Olive Deening sold her household goods at public sale Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Deening is going to New Hartford to make her home with her daughter, Mrs. Howard Good, for the nresent. Many Visitors Arrive at Garner as Guests in Relatives' Homes GARNER, Dec. 23.--Among those who arrived to spend Christmas with relatives and friends are Mr. and Mrs. John Hejlik and son, Bob, and Maynard Baker of Minneapolis in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Fritsch, who on Christmas will be joined by Mr. and Mrs. Henry Fritsch and two daughters of Owatonna, Minn., Mr. ' and Mrs. R. J. Fritsch and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sinclair and daughter, Jane, Garner. Miss Margaret Katter, student at Iowa State Teachers college, with her mother, Mrs. Fern Katter. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Clark will motor to Ames Sunday to meet their son, William, student at the United States Naval Academy, who will spend one week with his parents and brother, Harold, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Sherman Pritohard will entertain Christmas their sons, Paul and John and their amilies of Britt, Harry of Ames, Robert, student at the United States Naval Academy, Mr. and Mrs. R. G Grobaty and children, Walter Pritchard, Jr., Garner, Mr. and Mrs. Louis 3. Oberhauser and children of Belmond and Mrs. Bradley, mother of Mrs. Paul Pritchard, Tulsa, Okla. Mrs. O. S. Mitchell will entertain her children Christmas We suggest that you eat the NOON MEAL AT HOME as \ve will be CLOSED MONDAY Christinas Day Until 5 P. M. In order that the Green Mill employes may celebrate the day in a fitting manner. After the Show Come in and enjoy the GREEN MILL ORCHESTRA, good music and good food Christmas Greetings In the Spirit of this happy season we extend our greetings and our best wishes for your happiness, health and prosperity during the coming year. ' It is an old wish--but a sincere one--A Merry Christmas and A Happy New Year. F. F. POTTEIi ELLIS B. LAIKD Home Loan Finance Co. Personnel Changes Made in Businesses at Osage OSAGE, Dee. 23.--The new manager of the Laub store here is Emmet McGuire from Emmctsburg, who with his wife and little twin sons have moved here. Harold McGrane who had charge of the Sinclair Oil company's bulk station, hag been promoted to the charge of the company's bulk station at Charles City. Reuben Larson is again employed at the New Haven creamery, Julius Brunner's other duties making it necessary to turn I thin rwAr to an assistant. , St", * GREETINGS to Our Friends Christmas serves to remind us that after all our friends and patrons are responsible for our business and we w i s h to extend h e a r t y Christmas greetings to them. FARMERS' Co-Operative Gas and Oil Co. Ph. 299 426 Fourth St. S. W. i *: \ "vsTCT 9 ii * _» ^ST" //^\ii ji ' nr\ s Wishing*Ye Olde lyme . Merry Christmas! May the Holiday season bring you unlimited joy and contentment is our most sincere wish. MASON CITY and CLEAR LAKE RAILROAD COMPANY W^AWW^WWWW^Iff^^WWWWWI^^. fV ' (ft'y. ·$·;· -!3','.

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