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Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, January 21, 1937
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f v-='«"=--j- rt t--^ TEN MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, JANUARY 21 · 1937 MUSSER NAMED ACTING REGIONAL SOIL CONSERVATOR m i IF i . j i !H j ^' ife! M '/ · it*, r i' ; · i 4 V^ 3 ^ L I NOW HEAD OF REGION OFFICE Takes Place of Uhland, Chosen to Nationwide Assignment. DES MOINES, (fP)--The regional soil conservation service here Thm-sday announced assignment of R. H. Musser of Washington, as acting regional conservator, replacing R. E. Uhland, head since the oJIice was established here a year ago. H. H. Bennett of Washington, soil conservation service chief, promoted Uhland in giving him a nationwide assignment "to correlate the research and operations phases of the federal program of soil conservation," the regional office said. The regional office here supervises the SCS work in Illinois, Minnesota, Missouri and Wisconsin, in which, it said, there are 19 projects and 100 CCC camps doing soil conservation work. There are, the regional office reported, about 1,800 technical and clerical appointees employed by the service in carrying out the work program in the region, nearly 300 of which are stationed at the regional office headquarters. Musser, who was assistant head of erosion control practices section 4n Washington, D. C., since May 1936, is a Kansas State agricultural college graduate. The regional office also announced transfer of R. H. Davis state coordinator of Minnesota anc Wisconsin to the Washington office where he will become an inspector for the operations, division. He has been located at La Crosse, Wis. Algona Firemen Hold Meeting, Fight Fire ALGONA--For the first time in the history of the Algona fire department, a fire was reported dui i n g - t h e sessions of the annual meeting held at the local plant. The fire was at the home of C. W. Morck on South Minnesota street which burned a hole in the roof, caused by sparks from the chimney after it had burned out No serious damage was done Oscar Anderson was re-electec chief. Lloyd Muckey, secretary, and George St. John, treasurer, Frank Ostrum was made firs foreman and .Ralph Elbert, second , the meeting tHe firemen went to the Anderson cafe and were treated to an oyster stew. Ice Harvest Is Halted by Snow at Stacyville STACYVILLE--About six inches ot snow fell, fanned by a strong wind. It blocked all the side roads for motor traffic. Ray Meyer, who was in the midst of ice harvesting had to suspend operations unti the snow could be removed. :-: HERE AND THERE :-: Miscellaneous Items From 125 Globe-Gazette Correspondents in North Iowa and Minnesota Visitors From Carlisle. HANSELL--Miss Ruth Wooten iccompanied Miss Alene Straw, both of Carlisle, to visit Miss Straw's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Straw. Hostesses to Group. BUFFALO CENTER--Mrs. Ed Thiele and Mrs. Fred Larson en- ertained the Lutheran ladies' aid Wednesday 'at the home of Mrs. rhiele. Mrs. Onno Frericks and Vlrs. A. L. Olson were hostesses to he ladies' aid of the Congrega- ional church at the church par- ors Wednesday afternoon. Meet in New Home. DUMONT--The ladies' aid of he Methodist church was to meet Thursday afternoon with Mrs. C. A. Goodsell in her new home on Vlain street. Assisting hostesses will be Mrs. Margaret Burrows, Mrs. Lizzie Pecht, Mrs. Frank lemens, Mrs. Earl Reed, Mrs. S. . BarloW, Mrs. A. C. Harre, Mrs. Lloyd Pfaltzgraff, Mrs. Cornelius Fisher and Mrs. Alma Gough. Visit in Sioux City. KENSETT--Emery Boyett left Early Papers of North Iowa Editor's Note: The following is one of a series of articles on North Iowa newspapers from 1836-1870, gleaned from a bulletin of the University of Iowa extension division. WINNESHIEK COUNTY Decorah Chronicle of 1856, edited . and published by one Tracy, but soon edited by Judge V. M. Burdick, and published^ by B. F. Jones, was the first.paper in the county, bought Wesley Bailey and Son out the establishment April 13, I860, changing the name to the Decorah Republic. It became 1866, the Republican in March, while in charge of A. K. Tuesday noon for Sioux City, where he will spend the week visiting his brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Chester Boyett. Al Minneapolis Convention. PLYMOUTH--George A. Reynolds manager of the L. A. Page Lumber company here attended the lumbermen's convention at Minneapolis. ' Honored at Shower. GARNER--Mrs. Walter Pritchard, Sr., assisted by her daugh- ers, Mrs. Betty Grobaty of Mason City and Mrs. Louis Oberhauser of Belmond, were hostesses in the Pritchard home Thursday for relatives at a linen shower for Miss Mary Blake of Belmond who is, the affianced bride of their son and brother, Walter Pritchard, Jr. At Lumberman's Convention. KANAWHA -- C. R. Powers, manager of the Lamport Lumber 5'ard, and C. A. Haller, who operates the Haller Lumber yard, attended the convention held for the Northwest Lumbermen at Minneapolis, Monday to Wednesday. Entertaining' at Bridge. FOREST CITY--Mrs. J. B. Thompson and Mrs. Bruce Thompson are entertaining guests at a dinner--bridge party in the home of the former Thursday evening of this-week in the second in a series of parties. Mrs. Hultman Elected. LITTLE CEDAR--The Liberty township Farm Bureau meeting was held at the Stewart McSweeney home Tuesday evening. Mrs. Haze] Hultman was elected township vice chairman and leader of home project work to fill the vacancy caused by resignation of Mrs. Bertha Knapp. Plans were made to give a benefit card party in the M. W. A. hall Monday evening, Jan. 25, to help defray the expenses of the Township Boys' and Girls' club lead- Bailey and Brother. Decorah Journal was established at about the same time as the Chronicle and flourished through 1870. Winneshiek Register svas founded by G. W. Haislett in. 1866. In November of that year the office \vas destroyed by fire. A new office was purchased, but in the spring of 1869, the paper was compelled to suspend publication. On Aug. 25, 18G9, Haislett began again, with the Register and Ventilator as the new name. He later dropped the latter half and so continued through 1870. Decorah Sentinel was being published in 1857. Decorah Democrat was established in March, 1868, with Bob Shurley as editor. State Press was begun in Decorah in 1870. It was bought that year by George Haislett from'the original owner, E. C. Huntinglon. Given Miscellaneous Shower. · K E N S E T T--A miscellaneous shower honoring Mrs. Carl Mammen was given Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Ed Mammen. Visitor From Dubueiue. DOUGHERTY--Miss Sadie McGee of Dubuque spent the weekend at the home of Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Ryan. Visitor From Mallard. FAULKNER--Will Lynch of Mallard is a visitor of his brother, D. H. Lynch. Leave for Los Angeles. BUFFALO CENTER--Mr. and Mrs. Dave Snell ancl son, Tommy, and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schol left for Los Angeles to spend some time with relatives. Hutchins Baby Dies. H U T C H I N S -- M r . and Mrs. Henry Swanson lost their..youngest son, who died, due to intestinal flu and bronchial pneumonia. Go to DCS Moincs. FERTILE--Mrs. .Leo H. F,lthon accompanied her husband, Senator Elthon, to DCS Moines to s,tay for a week. Mr. and Mrs. Eli Levang, a sister of the senator, are caring for the family during the absence of Mrs, EHhon. · Winners Named. BELMOND--The young ladies sodality of the St. Francis churcl' entertained at. a card party Tuesday evening at Hotel Case. Prizes for high score in bridge were won by Mrs. J. E. Arends and Dr. Larson. Mrs. Frank Doming and William Zieger won the prizes foi high score in "500." Training School Held. FAULKNER--The second .training school for leaders of the Farn Bureau Women's club of Osceola township was held at an all day meeting Monday at the home o Mrs. J. R. Wallace, with IB women attending. The lesson, "Table Ser How to a Cold Quickly I.TaVo 2 BAYER ASPIRIN labials and drinV a full glais of water. Repeat Treatment in 2 hours. Get Quick-Acting, Quick-Dissolving Bayer Aspirin. Take 2 Tablets Guests at Coonrod Home. · ROCK FALLS--Mr. and Mrs. Carl Coonrod entertained a number of friends at their huuse. Cards furnished the evening's diversion. Entertain al Party. ROCK FALLS--Mr. and Mrs. Carl 'Hansen entertained at a" 500 party at their home Sunday evening. Mrs. Edward O'Donnell and Carl Hansen received high prizes. Leaves for Chicago. G A R N E R -- Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Bethke left Tuesday night by rail for Chicago where they will be for a few days on business. Mr. Bethke operates the Goodrich and Bethke produce company here. Returns From Waterloo. LITTLE CEDAR -- Mrs. Orton Schuchart returned home Thursday from a 10 days' visit with her sister, Mrs. Viola McPhail, Waterloo. Founder's Day Observed. ROCKFORD--Chapter E. D., P. E. O., observed Founders' day at a meeting of the chapter held at the home of Mrs. Eleanor Yene- rich Tuesday evening. The program was in charge of Mrs. Ruth Olson ancl was opened with the candle lighting ceremony in memory of the seven founders of the organization and Mrs. Laura Dunkelberg portrayed the "Spirit of Sisterhood;" Mrs. F. E. Trigg, "P. E. O. of the Past;" Hazel Plumly, "P. E. O. of the Future," and Jean Smith, "P. E. O. of the Present." Mrs. Gertrude Bird sang "Love's Old Sweet Song" and played "In the Gloaming." Return From California. GENEVA--Mr. and Mrs. L .D. Clock, accompanied by Mrs. Block's parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Page, returned Tuesday from California, where Mr. and Mrs. Page have, been since before Christmas. Mr. and 'Mrs. Clock drove out just after Christmas. Observe 45th Anniversary. HUTCHINS--Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Titus celebrated their forty- fifth 'wedding anniversary, surrounded by their 3 children, Mrs. Oscar Johnson and Mrs. John Smith, and their families, and Will Titus. South America Studied. BELMOND--Members of the Century club met at the Cato Griesy home. Tuesday evening. Mrs. R. A. Henderson gave a geographical survey of the northern part of South America and reviewed the final chapters of "Westward from Rio." At the previous meeting Mrs. William Tyrell gave a geographical survey pf the southern part of South America and reviewed the forepart of the book "Westward from Rio." vice," was Blank, H. county. presented · by Clar D. A for Franklin at New Haven 'Saturday for Mrs. Frank Jahnels,- 89 OSAGE--Funeral services will 30 held at the Catholic church in ·few Haven Saturday morning at 0 o'clock for Mrs. Frank Jahnels, 19, who died Tuesday afternoon at he home of her daughter, Mrs. ~ : ecrge Jennings, in Austin, Minn. She was-born and spent her girl- lood in Rpxbury, Wis. Then she vas married to Frank Jahnels and hey settled on a farm near Carpenter. Thirty years ago they noved to New Haven where they ived since. Mr. Jahnels died nine ears ago. The past three winters \1rs.- Jahnels- had made her home vith- her- daughter in Austin. Surviving are 11 children: Mrs. feorge Jennings of Austin, Minn.; 'etc Jahnels of Mobcrly, Mo.; 'rank Jahnels, Henry Jahnels ·\nd Mrs. L. T. Rodemacher of Vlurdo, S. Dak.; Mrs. Ben Jo- lanns of Racine, Wis.; Mrs. Mollie Linekugal of Sac City, Wis.; Ed Jahnels, Herman Jahnels antl Albion Jahnels, all of New Haven; Vlrs. William Sefert of Brainerd, Minn. Burial will be in the New E-laven cemetery. Waterloo. Building Is Sold at Auction WATERLOO, (fP)--The six story Commercial building was sold at auction Wednesday by George S Mornin, receiver of the Commercial National bank, to the Olesen- Simonsen Realty company of Waterloo for $84,750. Another Waterloo office building, 10 stories high, was recently purchased by a Waterloo company the Pioneer Properties Inc., from the Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance company, for $212,000. Return From Rapids. GARNER -- Mrs. Edith Black- wen and Mrs. Orville Maben returned from Cedar Rapids when they spent the week-end observ ing the birthdays of Mrs. Black well's daughter and her son Saturday and Sunday. MRS. LARSON, OSAGE, DIES -lad Been Housemother of Rawson House at Grinnell. OSAGE -- Mrs. Emma Larson, 2, died here Wednesday aftcr- loon at the home of her sister, Mrs. R. L. Whitley. She had been n very poor health since Thanks- Jiving. Emma Whitaker was born lere in Osage in October, 1874. n 1894 she was married to Anton jarson. They spent 11 years in Michigan, two years in California, ind the remainder of the time lore in Osage. Mr. Larson died in .930. For the past three years Mrs. Carson had been housemother at Sawson hall in Grinnell. She was 'orced to resign from this* posi- .ion at Thanksgiving time because of poor, health. Surviving ire one daughter, Mrs. Walter Vluhlbach of Newark, N. J., and .wo grandchildren, Walter and Eileen Muhlbach of Newark; two sisters, Mrs. R. L. Whitley of Osage and Mrs. J. B. Wilkinson ot Hollywood, Cal. Crew at Hutchins Cuts Ice From Gravel Pits HUTCHINS--A crew of men equipped with 17 trucks, is employed at the gravel pits west o town where ice is being harvested A considerable amount is being hauled to Corwith but most goe- to the Chris Jacobson storage house in Britt. Mr. Jaeobson furnishes his town and the surrounding countryside with its supply o natural ice. The ice is frozen to a good depth and, since the pits art fed by underground springs, it i clear, clean, and relatively pure. If you hire one man to kill an other, you are a gangster: if yot hire millions to kill millions, you are a s t a t e s ma n.--Davcnpor Times. Vlrs. Clarissa Perkins of Northwood, Widow of Civil War Vet, Is Dead NORTHWOOD -- Mrs. Clarissa 'erkins, 89, died at liei- home in tfqrthwood Wednesday after a rief illness, but following an ex- ended period of feebleness. Mrs. Perkins had been a resi- ,ent of Worth county nearly 80 rs, coining with her parents, \1r. and Mrs. J. E. Tone, who lo- ated in Hartland township on : une 25, 1857, .iust four years after he original settlement here. Mr. Towne had obtained a land varraut from the United States or military service in 1838 in de- ense of the line on the Canadian jordcr, then French .Creek, on the St. Lawrence river, and located it ipon the Hartland township lornosteacl. Mrs. Perkins is survived by .bout 110 direct descendants; chil- Iren, grandchildren and great ·randchildren. Her husband, the ate Myron S. Perkins, was North wood's last Civil war veteran at lis death, on Jan. 19, 1934. A New York physician warns .hat cold baths are harmful. Now let some other doctor turn thumbs down on morning calisthenics anc vegetable plate dinners and life will be 100 per cent perfect.--Sacramento Bee. MRS. REINHART, 77, SUCCUMBS Northwood Resident for 40 Years Survived by Child. NORTHWOOD -- Mrs. Laura Reinhart, 77, died late Wednesday afternoon at the home of a sister, Mrs. Andrena Walswick, with whom she had been staying since Dec. U, 193G. She had been in ill health lor several years but was able to be down town Monday, and was stricken with a condition of coma Tuesday. Funeral plans will be made after the arrival of her only child, Mrs. Rose Squier of Anaheim, Cal. A brother of Mrs. Reinhart lives in Montana. She had resided in Northwood for 40 years or more. Her husband died many years ago. "I have been around here tell years, sir," said an employe to his boss, "doing three men's work for one man's pay, now I want a raise." "I can't give you that," replied the boss, "but if you'll tell me the names of -the other two men, I'll fire them."--Exchange. Best Cough Remedy You Ever Used Is Home-made Double-quick Relief. Saves Money. Easily Mixed. No matter what you might_speiul for medicine, .von couldn't get quicker, better relief from coughs that start from colds thnn tliig simple home mixture Rives. It takes but a momnii6 to pro- pare--it's so easy n child could do it. And it saves real money. Hake a syrup bv stirring 2 cups granulated siisar and OUR cup of water a few moments until dissolved. r.o cooking is needed. Then set 256 ounces of Finex from auy druggist. Pour this into i p i n t bottle, and add your syrup. Thus you make ji full pint of really better, coupli remedy than you could buy ready-made for four times the money. It never spoils, lasts a family a long time and children love its taste. And for quick, blessed relief, you'll say it beats anything you ever tried. It has a remarkable three-fold action. It loosens the phlegm, Foothes tbn inflamed membranes, and helps clear the air passages. Pinei IB a concentrated compound of Nopvny Pine, famous for its prompt action in roughs And bronchial irrita- t'wny. Money refunded if it doesn't please you in every way. To know what Mason City stores are participating in this event, what's to be sale, and the prices , . read the Dollar Days advertisements in the Globe-Gazette. The modern way Lo ease a cold is this: Two Bayer Aspirin tablets the moment you feel a cold coming on. Then repeat, if necessary, according to instructions in the box. At the same time, if you have a sore throat, crush and dissolve three BAYER tablets in one-third glass of water. And gargle with this mixture twice. The Bayer Aspirin you take internally will act to combat the fever and pains which usually accompany colds. The gargle will provide almost instant relief from rawness and pain, acting like a local anesthetic on the irritated membrane of.your throat. Try this way. Your clncLnr, we know, will endorse it. For it is a quick, effective means of combating a cold. Ask for Bayer Aspirin by the full name at your druggist's -- not for "aspirin" alone. 15' FOR A DOZEN 2 FULL DOZEN FOR 25c VIRTUALLY 1c A TABLET Garner Plans Birlhday Ball--And Hopes for No Postponements in 1937 GARNER--Donald Roe is chairman' for the committee making arrangements for the president's birthday ball to be held in the Garner opera house Jan. 30. Tickets are now on sale at business places in all of the towns in the east half of the county. All those whose birthday i comes on that date will be admitted free by making request before Jan. 30 to the chairman, Atty. Clark E. Lovrien or Dr. Thomas McMahon. Last year's ball was postponed several times and was held in March because of severe weather and road conditions. "If lie can't tell a story without awkward pauses, it indicates a poor vocabulary." Or he is wailing politely for his wife to correct him.--Fountain Inn (S. Car.) Trl' bunc, ,

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