The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on March 4, 1936 · Page 5
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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 5

Mason City, Iowa
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Wednesday, March 4, 1936
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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, MARCH 4 · 1936 FIVE OVERSUBSCRIBED BY 5 TO 7 TIMES Morganthau Reports Result of Treasury's March Borrowing. WASHINGTON, (/B--Secretary Morgenthau said Wednesday that the treasury's 51,250,000,000 March borrowing: was oversubscribed from five to seven times. While final figures have not been compiled, he said, reports already received indicated the cash offering of bonds would run well over seven times the 5650,000,000 as.ked. Subscriptions for the notes, of which $600,000,000 were offered, were well over five times that amount. The bonds have a maturity of 12 to 15 years, and pay interest at the rate of 2% per cent The notes have a maturity of 5 years, and pay I'/i per cent. Subscription books on the offering- were opened last Monday and closed, the same day. Books will close Thursday night on the offer to exchange cither the bonds or notes for $559,000,000 of 9 s per cent notes maturing April 15. Funeral for Peterson, 72, Nora Springs, Is Conducted at Church NORA SPRINGS--Funeral services for Peter Henry Peterson, 72, were held Saturday afternoon at the American Lutheran church here. The Rev. Oliver L. N. Wigdahl, pastor of the Trinity Lutheran church in Mason City, officiated. Burial was in Park cemetery. Pallbearers wore Glen Bishop, Jay Bishop, Dale Bitterman, Chris Graham, Hans Paulsen and Ellsworth Treloar. Mr. Peterson died at his home Feb. 26 after an extended illness. He was born in North Schlcswig. Germany, May 14, 1863. He came to America, settling in Jones county near Anamosa. In 1901 he came to Cerro Gordo county where he was married to Marie Sieverts in 1902. They lived on a farm near Portland until 1912 when they purchased the Pippert farm 2 miles west of Nora Springs. In 1929 they moved to No^a Springs which was their home since. Mr. Peterson is survived by his wife and six children, Mrs. L. H. Kehm of Flint, Mich.; Joan Peterson of Chicago; Carl H. Peterson of Nora Springs; Mrs. Howard Barker of Mason City; Dorothea Peterson of Roekford, 111., and Yvonne Peterson at home and by two grandchildren, Jo Ann Charlotte and James Carl Peterson. Mrs. Shurson Funeral Conducted in Kanawha KANAWHA -- Funeral services for Mrs. Dora Shurson, S3, who died at her home in Kanawha, were held here Sunday afternoon at the Lutheran church in Kanawha with the Rev. H. S. Saus, pastor of the West Side church of Eagle Grove officiating. Burial was made in the Kanawha cemetery.. Dora Chilvich was born at Fjel- bcrg, Norway, June 11, 1852, being the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Chilvich. At 24, she came to America. Two years previous to coming to America, she was married to Joe Shurson who preceded her in death Jan. 1, 1924. For the past 60 years in America, she resided in Story, Hamilton, Wright and Hancock counties, having lived in and around Kanawha for the past 25 years. The children surviving are Mrs. Elmer Burt of Rowan, Mrs. John Tesdahl of Clarion, Tom, Anfin, Sam and Mrs. Felix Allie of Eagle Grove; Hans, John and Mrs. O. L. Minor of Kanawha. Mother-in-Law of Ed O'Connor Dies IOWA CITY, (.T)--A lingering illness proved fatal to Mrs. Frances Freeman, 86, mother-in-law of Atty. Gen. Edward L. O'Connor. John Warburton Rites Are Held in Riceville RICEVILLE -- Funeral services for John Warburton, 83, who died Sunday forenoon, were held at the residence Tuesday, the Rev. E. Bodenham preaching the sermon. Burial was made at Kendalville, where other members of the family are buried. Mr. Warburton lived in this community for 43 years and leaves beside his widow, two sons, Ray and John. Jr.. and one daughter, Mrs. Oliver White, all of Riceville, and several grandchildren. Rodman School Closed for 23 Days, Opened RODMAN--The Rodman consolidated' school opened here Monday after having been closed for 23 days. Forty students and Superintendent Carl B. Johnson spent the first half day clearing a huge snowdrift which enabled cars to get into town. Two Algona Men Fined. ALGONA -- William Steil and George Lichter, both from Algona were fined in Justice Danson's court Monday as a. result of a fight claimed to have occurred Sunday evening in the Smoke shop. Steil was charged with profanity in a public place and was fined S10 and costs amounting to S3.S5 and Lichter was fined Si and costs and charged with assault and battery. ^ paid their fines. BRIMful of Style! Verified value 1.49 to 1.351 Brims hold the interest in the new hats for Spring. Dozens · of smart styles are in; dressy novelty straws--rakish swagger felts--trimmed with feathers, flowers, or grosgrain ribbon. Sizes 21J4-23. TELEPHONE WIRES ARE BUZZING WITH THE NEWS OF THESE NEW NON-SAG Rayon Boucles Wards Low Price JJvery one a beauty! Stunning new lacy-top styles with that expensive hand-knit look'that usually means dollars more! 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After the sale, $1.59--now only ; 1 SLIPS 29 E. KNITTED RAYON PAJAMAS C 88 Smart pajamas in m a n y styles, mostly 2-piece. High colors and pastels. Sizes 16, 17, 19, 20. After the sale, $1--now only 'Weighted Not Sketched... Corselet with lace uplift brassiere. Abdomen and diaphragm lightly boned. Inner-belt corselet of brocaded faille and woven elastic. Well boned back. Sizes 34-52. Satin all-in-one with lace uplift brassiere. Lightly boned. Elastic side-panels. 32 to 42. 14-inch girdle; satin lastex. Lightly boned satin panel in front. Slide fastener. 24 to 34. 2 98 . CQO Double stitched seams. Tearose, white. 34-44. 09 AA0 03 t MO Eayon panties that lie smooth and flat. Lace trimmed or tailored. Regular and extra sizes. Junior-Miss slips of rayon taffeta in white or tearose. Trimmed or tailored. Sizes 10-16. Pure Dye Rayon Taffeta YD. For your prettiest dresses, and your party petticoats, etc. Many colors. 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