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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE MARCH 12 · 1934 ^RSTOR ATION~OFLAK^jNJRANKLIN COUNTY jSAJWOVgg GCC GAMP MAY BE ESTABLISHED Word Supporting Project Is Sent to Johnson, Head of I. W. Committee. HAMPTON, March 12.--Dr. H. H. 'Johnston, chairman of the Izaak Walton committee for the restoration of Seed's lake, received word Saturday that the project had been granted. A CCC camp will probably be located here this spring- or early summer. This lake is an historical spot of Franklin county. Fire in New Hampton Causes $700 Damage to Stolz Residence NEW HAMPTON, March 12.-Fire early Sunday morning caused 5700 damage to the htome of R. A Stolz, New Hampton building contractor. Members of the family were awakened by the cracking of the flames in the attic. The chimney had burned out during the night and a spark.is believed to have caused thi fire. The house is owned by Dr P«ter Malcolm, Des Moines, former state veternarian. The depression never produce! anything more heart-rending than the sight of a 1925-model parked outside an automobile show.--In dianapolls Star. Colflesh Will Speak to Hampton I.O.O.F. Group Friday Evening HAMPTON. March 12.--Robert W. Colflesh, candidate for the re-. ub'llcan nomination for governor, rill speak Friday evening at 8 'clock at a good fellowship meet- ng to be held by members of the Hampton I. O. O. F. lodge. A spe- ial program will also be presented iv a group of children from the I. O. O: F. home at Mason City. Ir. Colflesh formerly lived in the . O. O. F. home. )ecorah Seeks Police Broadcasting Station DECORAH, March 12.--Efforts are being made to have Decorah lesignated as the northeastern owa center from which state po- ice broadcasts will be made. The Luther college broadcasting station, KWLC, would be able to handle its resent programs with little inter- 'erence from police calls, if Decorah should be selected as the jroadcastmg point. Several prominent businessmen of Winneshiek county have indorsed this idea. Sophomores Presenting Flay. WHTTTEMORE, March 12.--The pupils of the freshmen and sophomore classes of the public school are putting on a play entitled: "A Fortunate Calamity," Tuesday evening, March 13, in the Academy hall. __^____ · Cuba has one thing to be thankful | for. It does not provide pensions for its ex-presidents. -- Detroit Free Press. H E R E A N D T H E R E * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * Miscellaneous Items From 125 Globe-Gazette Correspondents in North Iowa and Minnesota 00 Attend Show -^-Sterling Groceries and Meat Markets NO. 1 -- NO. 2 -- NO. 3 TUESDAY -- WEDNESDAY -- THURSDAY WE KESEBVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT MEAT DEPARTMENT . Decker's Beef Boil, Ib ?c Decker's Beef Roasts, Ib 12c 1 Decker's Choice Sirloin Steak, Ib 20c ' Sterling Veal Roast, Ib. Ifc Sterling Veal Steaks, Ib. 15c Sterling Veal Stew, Ib. ..... Sterling Hamburger (All Meat) Ib. 'Sterling" Smoked Country. Style - ., .Sausage, Ib. ..; -^."·'· "· ··' Deckers Smoked Hams, Ib Decker's Choice Round Steak, Ib.. FISH, HALIBUT, SALMON, COD FISH EGGS, Strictly Fresh, Direct From Farmers 7c lOc 15c I3c 20c FRUIT DEPARTMENT Lettuce, large, solid heads Jc Grapefruit, Seedless, 6 for 25c Florida Oranges, fancy, 10 Ibs 39c Celery, large, fancy stalks 10c Lemons, large, Sunkist, dozen ^ Oranges, good size, 2 dozen 35c Oranges, large, dozen 25c Oranges, extra large, dozen 35c 25c 25c 25c . 25c 25c lie Improves at Rochester. VENTURA--Emil Boehnke, who has been undergoing treatment at a Rochester hospital the past two weeks is much improved. Win at Bridge Party. SWEA CITY--Mesdames G. B. Pearson, E. L. Hanson, were hostesses at a bridge party Friday. Bridge -was played and high score prize was won by Mrs. Keith Albertson, second high by Mrs. P. W. Larson and grand slam prize by Mrs. Henry Myhr. Leave for Oklahoma. ORCHARD--Mr. and Mrs. Van Fairbrother of Windom, Minn., spent the week-end here with relatives and their children and left Monday for Oklahoma on business. Will Meet Tuesday. POPBJOY--An all-day meeting of the Farm Bureau women of the township will be held with Mrs. J. Dietrich Tuesday. Miss- Blank, H. Tl. A. will have charge of the program. Are Reported Improving. LATIMER -- Lloyd Christensen, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Christensen was brought home from the Lutheran hospital Friday. Lloyd has been having- a siege of pneumonia the past 10 days. Shirley Givens and Boyce Sorensea are also recovering from their recent illness and Donald Schultz, who has been very ill, is somewhat improved. Honored at Shower. GARNER--Mrs. Thelma Roe- Stille was honor guest at a shower from 25 friends with Mrs. Tony Rasmussen hostess in her home north of town. Recent Bride Honored. SEXTON--Marie Harris entertained at a miscellaneous shower at her home Saturday afternoon in honor of Mrs. Leo Stevens, formerly Neva Olsen. The afternoon was spent in making quilt blocks presented to the honoree. She also received a number of other gifts. Home From Mason City. BRISTOW--Mrs. Elizabeth Corey who has spent several weeks with aer daughter, Mrs. R. B. Patton of Mason City, because of illness, is able to be at home again. She is spending a few days with the J. J. Gough family before opening her house again. Buys Car of Horses. VENTURA--Melvin Haugen received a carload of horses from Faith. S. Dak.. Friday. Return From Des Moines. OSAGE--J. H. Baker, Osage, John Lund, St. Ansgar, and B. M. TRfldfKksr'RicevIlle, returneS "Friday afternoon from the meeting of Federated clubs at Des Moines. Mrs. H C Palmer accompanied them on the trip to visit her daughter, Marine, who is employed in Des Moines. YOUR IOWA An Interesting Fact Daily About the State You Are Proud to Call Your Own! The farms of Pottawattamie county in Iowa are worth as much as all the farms of either New Hampshire, Delaware, Rhode Island or Nevada. Clear Lake Butter, Ib Pink Salmon, tall cans, 2 for Monarch Gelatine, 5 pkgs Monarch Cake Flour, large pkg Brown Sugar, 5 Ibs. Dean's Milk, tall cans, 4 for Miller's Corn Flakes, large pkg P. and G. Soap, 10 bars 25c Oxydol, large pkg 19c Oxydol, giant pkg. 49c Monarch Yacht Club Corn, _can 10c Banner Oats, large pkgs., 2 for 25c Monarch Red Kidney Beans, can 10c Ketchup, large bottles, 2 for 25c Brooms, extra good 39c STERLING NO. 3 HAD A GREAT OPENING In behalf of Frank McCorkle, Frank. Stivers and myself, we want to thank the good old.public for our grand and glorious opening of Sterling No. 3, at 1509 South Federal It was a mental picture that yon will never forget to see these old gentlemen moving around with a speed that would put many a young clerk to shame. When you are driving around, stop in and see Sterling No. S, nave a visit with the two Franks, stop and pitch a few games of horseshoes. Sterling Coal Feed Co. Just pitch a few shovels of that famous Sterling Coal into the furnace or stove and watch the results. LTTKE B. MILLER JACK McCOLE, Mgr. Rock Falls Ladies' Aid New England Supper Thursday, March 15, High School, 5:SO P. M. Rudd, Iowa, M. B. Church, Dinner Chicken Noodle, March 14, 11:30 A. M. Pure Cider Vinegar, gallon 19c Monarch Breakfast Coffee, Ib 19c Folger's Coffee, Ib. can 32c Folger's Coffee, 2-lb. can 61c Bliss Coffee, Ib. can 2ac Pineapple, large 2'/ z can · l»c Jersey Cream Flour, 49-lb. bag 51.59 Camay or Kirk's Hardwater Soap 5c Macaroni or Spaghetti, 5 pkgs 2oc Bulk Pancake Flour, 6 Ibs -25c Monarch Peanut Butter, large jar 2oc Monarch Food of Wheat, large pkg 15c Pure Sorghum, '/ 2 gallon · 2oc Sugar, 100. Ibs. Beet S*49 MR. FARMER:-Brlng us your eggs-any of: the 3 stores--cash or trade. USE PARKING PLACE. BORNEMAN, 41, DUMONT, DEAD Blood Transfusion Fails to Save Farmer; Wife, 3 Children Survive. DUMONT, March 12.--A blood transfusion given by his brother, Louis, failed to save the life of William F. Borneman, 41, who died early Monday at a Hampton hospital from a hemorrhage of the stomach. He had been ill since Friday and was taken to the hospital Sunday night. Funeral services will perhaps be Wednesday afternoon at the Evangelical church in charge of the Rev. H. Raecker. Mr. Borneman was born Feb. 10, 1893, in Dumont and was married May 20, 1920, at Hampton, the couple since living four miles southwest of here. Surviving are his widow, two sons, Vincent and William, Jr.: one daughter, Dorothy; mother, Mrs. C. Borneman; three sisters, the Misses Minnie, Sophia ROCKFORD-- The junior high sponsored Mr. Towne's dog show which was attended by about 200 children and adults, the commission from which will be used to defray the expenses of the declamatory contest. - Home From Hospital. THOMPSON -- Miss Inez Randall, who has been a patient at the Irish hospital for several days, returned home Saturday, much improved. She plans to resume her studies in the Thompson high school. Large Crowd at Play. BRISTOW -- '"The Last - Daze of School" which was presented at the opera house Thursday evening under the auxiliary to the American Legion drew a Capacity house. Mrs. Elsie Folkerst was director. Goes to Iowa City. VENTURA -- Mrs. August Hollatz left Thursday for Iowa City, accompanied by Dr. McMann. She will receive medical treatment. Bible Conference Starts. ORCHARD -- Beginning Monday evening there will be a Bible confer- GROUP IS NAMED FOR PALO ALTO Brennan Head of Corn-Hog Committee; 12 County Agents Gather. EMMETSBURG, March 12.--The Palo Alto county corn-hog allotment committee, includes: Lawrence Brennan, Mallard, president; Martin Simonson, Ruthven, vice president; Randall Hoffman, Emmetsburg, secretary; J. H. Currans, Ruthven, treasurer; Edward McEwan, Osgood, George Fandel, Rodman, Otto Alborn, Laurens, and D. W. Joyant, Emmetsburg. County agents from 12 counties met here Sunday with Randall Hoffman, local county agent, to discuss farm problems informally. Counties represented were Palo Alto, Clay, Pocahontas, E.mmet, O'Brien, Cherokee, Buena Vista, Plymouth, Kossuth, Humboldt, Dickinson and Osceola. and Bertha, and three Fred. Adolph and Louis. brothers, Had Hardly Seen a Well Day in Past Six Years Would Walk All Night, Sleep Impossible. On Strict Diet and Even Then So Distressed With Stomach Trouble; "Gly-Cas Gave Me New Lease on Life," Says Mrs. Garrett. "I had seen the action of many medicines--but'never one that can compare with this new Gly-Cas," Mrs. A. J. Garrett, 1216 21st Ave., S W, Cedar Rapids, highly respected local lady, an active worker in the United Brethren Church, said Given Surprise Party. S W A L E D A L E-- Miss Eleanor Mitchell- was given a surprise party Friday evening by Mr. and Mrs. R. J- Carr, the occasion being her birthday. Movies Are Discussed. L U V E R N E-- A Club Woman's Duty-- To Help Make Better Movies was ' the theme for the . Progressive Woman's club program at the Dr A L. Spooner home Friday afternoon. Mrs. J. L. Lichty gave d caper on "Education and. the Movies!" Mrs. E. H.' Phillips save a sur; wy of movies seen ; by; nigh .school students and clubwomen and Mrs. Wilma Mosher a paper on - Buy Iowa," prepared by Mrs. A. Evans 40 Attend Banquet. CRYSTAL LAKE -A banque, was held Saturday night »t the ccnsolidated school building for the students who took part m the i declamatory work this year. With euests, attendance was 40. 5 Goes to Chicago. AREDA.LE-- Paul Avers shipped a car rf hogs to Chicago Thursday morning. Ivan Ayers went in with this shipment ,*»»** Garden Department Meets. GARNER-The Garden department of the Garner Woman's club met Monday in the home of Mrs G A. Bemis. Mrs. Peter Gilbert and Mrs E J Steil have charge of the lesson on early planting, sous. seeds and fertilizers. Called at Rapids. CLARKSVILLE-- Louis Rogers, Mrs Roy Marquard and son, Verto were called to Cedar Rapids Saturday by the critical illness of Mrs. Lfflian Klinetob who has pneumonia. Mrs. Stone Hostess. LUVERNE-- Mrs. Ray Stone was hostess to 15 women at her home Friday evening. The evening was spent playing bridge. Mrs. A Zwa- fel was first and Mrs. Kate Skinner, second. Leave for Colorado. LATIMER-- A. P. Johansen, Raymond Johansen and Earl Johansen of Latimer and Nels Ladegaard of Coulter left Friday for an auto top to Denver, Brush and other points in Colorado for a two weeks' visit with relatives and friends. Are Parents of Son. BRITT-- Mr. and Mrs. George Gouch are the parents' of a baby ence in the Orchard church. The Rev. G. T. Faroham of Farnhamville will be the speaker. There will be special music. Home From Battle Creek. Rockford-- Miss Ruth "Webster returned home after spending a month in a. Battle Creek, Mich., sanitarium. Taken to Hospital. THOMPSON-- Ralph Rich, farmer five miles east of here, was taken to the Irish hospital Saturday for treatment. He has been in poor health for several days. Recovering After Operation. THOMPSON -- Margaret Lockrem, a junior in the Thompson high schools, was operated on early Saturday morning at the Irish hospital for gallstones. She is recovering. Win in Speech Contest. ORCHARD-- A special contest for eighth grade rural school pupils was held at the Grant schoolhouse Tuesday. Judges were Mesdames Dennis Clark, Paul Crawford and James I Clark. Mary Love was first in dialog and Lester Marvin in monolog. Daughter Is Born. SWALEDALE-- Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Roney are parents of a baby girl bom Thursday morning. This is their first child, Mother Also Injured. CLARKSVILLE -- Mrs. David Car- .mac,: 75, fell at . her home disloca- Named State Inspector. CALMAR, March 12. -- Greg Becker has resigned his position as letter carrier here and accepted a state position as an inspector in the motor muel department. He will began his new work March 19. Two Honored by 100 at Saratoga on Anniversary SARATOGA, March 12.--On their twenty-fifth wedding anniversary Mr and Mrs. Will Groth were entertained at a. surprise card party at the Saratoga hall. More than 100 were present. Mr. and Mrs. Groth were married March 10, 1909 at the Maple Leaf church by the Rev. Aughust Albert. They have six children--four sons and two daughters, all of whom are living in Saratoga. Algona Church History Heard by Mission Group ALGONA, March 12.--The Missionary society of the Presbyterian church meet Friday afternoon at the home of Mrs. L. E. Fairbanks with 15 members present. A review of the history of the Algona church was prepared by the Rev. Raymond Kresenslty and read by Miss Atha Hardgrove. A comparison of tht missionary work was given. John Magnuson gave a general discussion on the Algona church. The next meeting will be in April at the home of Mrs. C. F. Specht. Suffers Burned Hand. SEXTON--Edith Greenfield suffered a badly burned right hanc Saturday noon while preparing the noon heal. WOUND FATAL TO MAN AT GENEVA Switzer, 60, Shoots Self and Succumbs Later at Hospital. GENEVA, March 12.--D. J. Switzer, 60, died late Saturday at a Hampton hospital a few hours after he had wounded himself with a shotgun. The shot'from a shotgun entered his abdomen. The motive for his act, officers were told, was ill health and despondency. Surviving are his wife, three brothers and two sisters, Jack of Geneva, Nels and Isaac of Hampton, Mrs. J. Burwell of Mason City and Mrs. C. B. Harms of Flint, Mich. Work Will Start Soon on Paving North of Latimer LATIMER, March 12.--The paving work on the road south from No. 10 to Coulter and north to Latimer from No. 10 and west from highway No. 65 to Sheffield will soon be under wa.y, the contracts for these jobs were let by the state highway commission last fall and engineers are already at work. iprig ner hip joint. Sho'.is the-mother of.Arthur Cannae,'"who lost a leg and an arm while attempting to board a train in the railroad yards at Des Moines Dec. 10-. Won Spelling Contest. STILSON--There was a spelling contest of the. Boone township schools at the Stilson schoolhouse Friday evening. Wayne Anderson got first and Lola Hunsley second. Reports on Convention. LONEROCK--The American Le SIRS. A. J. GABRETT boy. Win in Declam Contest DUMONT, March 12-The Jun- recently in talking with the Gly- Cas Man at Michael's Drug Store, 5 So. Federal Ave.; . "For six years before I tried Gly- Cas I had hardly had a well day," continued Mrs. Garrett. "It was constant suffering for me, walked all night, night after night as^ sleep was impossible. Would perspire un;il the sweat would run off me. At times I felt as if I could not endure it. I was on a strict diet and even then was distressed almost beyond endurance with gas, bloating and misery over my body. But Gly-Cas was wonderful for me and today I can eat anything I- want, sleep well and feei like my former self once more, even my blood pressure has been reduced. I know that no one except myself can ever know what I suffered. And it was so discouraging trying medicine after medicine without results and it was certainly a happy day when I began to get just the relief I had been wanting from this Gly-Cas. I feel like telling everyone to try this new remedy for I know from experience--it does the work and does it well." , Gly-Cas. is sold by Michael Drug I Co., 5 South Federal Ave., Mason I City, Iowa, UUM.UJ.V.L, jxiai^n *-- -~- -- ior declamatory contest was held Friday evening at the high school auditorium. The decision of the critic judge, Miss Ruby Johnson, Allison; was: Oratorical first Robert pfdaltzgraft; second, Richard Alexander; dramatic, Nina Jackson and Miriam Roder; humorous, Audrey Pfaltzgraff and May Belle Vane. Conditions Arc Improved. DECORAH, March 12.--The Decorah Credit Bureau, in its recent report on business conditions, finds them much improved, especially among the fanners, whose various products, such as hogs, corn ana tutterfat, have nearly all had a substantial advance in price. Community Sale Planned. KIESTER, Minn., March 12.--A community sale is planned for Kiester Saturday, March 17. Roy A. Kinder will be auctioneer. gion auxiliary met with Tena Jensen. Mrs. John Sprank gave a report of the convention in Des Moines which she attended. Sent to Knowille. CRYSTAL LAKE--The American Legion auxiliary sent a box of prizes to KnoxviHe to the veteran's hospital to be used at the carnival held for the veterans. Mrs. Martha Higgles, rehabilation chairman, bought and sent the articles. Group Ho'ds Meeting. BRITT--The Lend-a-Hand circle of King's Daughters met Thursday in the home of Mrs. Bert H-aimen- dinger. The circle welcomed a new member, Mrs. Harold Morgan. Are Parents of Son. DUMONT--An 8% pound son was born Thursday to Mr. and Mrs Sam Santee at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Ahrens east of town. Return to Minneapolis. CALMAR--Mr. and Mrs. Wlllii Giesen drove Friday from Minneap olis and snent th-a week-end with relatives. They returned to the! home Sunday afternoon. Second Son Born. SWALEDALE--Mr. and Mrs Lester have a baby boy born Marc 9. This is their second child, both boys. Given Prenuptlal Shower. COULTER--Mrs. In-er Hanaen was given a prenuptial shower a the home of Miss Vermilia Chris Smoke Damages House. RICEVILLE, March 12.--The J. G Miskimmins home, 2 miles south of Riceville, was damaged by smoke Saturday by flames which originated when the chimney burned tensen. Thirty Dorcas girls wer present. Harry- Goplerud Improving. O S A G E--Harry C. Gopleru who suffered a stroke a week aeo. is steadily gaining- strength. Mr. Goplerud has made a large circle of friends in Osage in the years he has served the community as a merchant and later as postmaster. Visit nt Iowa City. DUMONT--R. H. Atchison. wife and daughter, Mary; Mrs. F. M. Sorenson and daughter, Evalyn. went to Iowa City Saturday. Mrs. Sorenson and Evalyn visited friends until Tuesday and saw lydia Bennett and Vei-na Ritzman, who are 'patients at the University hospital. Birthday Is Celebrated. COULTF.R--Mrs. Carl Johansen celebrated her birthday anniversary Friday evening. Thirty-five guests were present, including Mr. and Mrs. John Hansen and family of Hubbard. Go to Nebraska. PLYMOUTH--J, F. Holdcn and Louis Lantz havo gone.by automobile to Nebraska on business. out. The Riceville fire wered the call. truck ans- Visitor From Austin. BRTTT--Mrs. Victor Bratt of vmot ,991*" Austin, Min., was a guest at the home of Sunday. William Chandler over -crOU know I thought maybe they were be- jL ing a little over-eathusiastic when I first read about these new skyway style Studebakers. "But now that I've had a ride in one, I give you my word they're even better than the .advertisements claim. "You may not think it possible, but six of us rode in that new Studebaker sedan .;. with loads of room for everyone. "Why, it was just like sitting in a lounge at home. And we went over some of the rough, est roads I ever saw-at better than sixty-without jostling one another or jouncing up and down or pitching forward the way you usually do in the best of cars. "Take it from me, anyone who buys a new. car this year without trying a Studebaker first is making a big mistake. Even the prices are x surprise. They start as low as $645. And I'm told 20 miles to the gallon is no trick at all for these cars!" FROM THE SPEEDWAY COMES THEIR STAMINA FROM THE SKYWAY COMES THEIR STYLE Distributor NORTH IOWA MOTOR COMPANY 520 NORTH FEDERAL AVE. MASON CITY PHONE 898 Dealer KNIPSCHIELD MOTOR CO.-CHARLES CITY FINEST OF ALL STUDEBAKERS Marvelously streamlined skyway style bodies of steel reinforced by steel;;; quad« tipoise suspension that cra« dies the action of all wheels not just the front wheels:: high-powered, sensationally economical engines.' -. s uncanny "mechanical brains" that leave you little to do but steer ; 5 a stamina derived from years of triumphs in stock car and Indianapolis Speedway racing;;: better cars than the Studebakers which sold for $200 to $700 more last yean AND WP, AT THE STUDEBAKER

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