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Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, December 28, 1933
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EIGHTEEN MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE DECEMBER 28 1933 MORNING BLAZE DESTROYS AGKLEY FIRE STATION TRUCK IS SAVED FROM STRUCTURE Overheated Stove Believec Origin of Flames in Landmark. ·ACKLEY, Dec. 28.--Fire a t ' 1 o'clock titla morning- destroyed the building in which the 'AcWey fire department Kept-Its equipment The chemical engine and fire truck and Borne other equipment was saved. It -was believed that the blaze originated ' from an overheated stove.. Since a call Monday night, which, resulted in no damage, firemen, have been ready to respond to calls and although no. one stayed at the lirehouse, the place was kept warm so that the engines could be quickly started. ;The blaze was'discovered by persona who had attended a dance in the hall across the street and were returning: home. After fire equipment was saved, firemen devoted their efforts to'prevent the spread of the blaze to the Prudden Lumber yard nearby. Wfflard Frudden, son of Tom ITrudden of Charles City, operates this yard. '.The fire department building, which is between 55 and 60 years old, was a landmark in Ackley. It has dimensions about 30 by 50 feet. Bill Sleeker Is fire chief. The fire engine is being kept in a garage. Chemicals which were stored in the building were'destroyed. . . Services for Sauers, ' 64, Held at Hampton; Interment at Faulkner HAitF ·*N', ; Dec. 28.--Funeral services for Henry Sauers, 64, were held this afternoon at the home of Mrs. H. Miliett, conducted by -the Rev. C. S. Klebkner, pastor of the Church of Christ, and burial was made in the cemetery at Faulkner, beside hia son, Francis Sau*rs, who died four years ago. Mr. Sauers was born in. Germany and for a number of years made his hbme in South Dakota. Surviving' are his wife, Mrs. Ella Sauers, a son, Vernon Sauers, and a'daughter, Mrs. Louise Cran'dall, all of Hampton, and two daughters' in South Dakota. Taken,to Iowa Falls. IOWA FALLS, Dec. 28.--Clive G. Platt, Sac City, died at the home of his daughter,'lira. H. F. Thompson, here following- an Illness for several months, ,The body was taken to Sac City for interment. HOTEL Mom ' CEAR. RAPiDt, A ._ IOWA ,, NEW LOW RATES IN CEDAR RAPIDS' LEADING HOTEL Roomi Without 1 50 $OOO f *2.53 Li^ 2J ° Room With Prival* -Bath On* BtotSc From Union Stil'on -. B« Sun nJ Yiiit Th* N.w MONTROSE COFFEE SHOP featuring Grant Wood'* l*aluting ' Fimoui nrm )jf« mural*. H E R E A N D T H E R E * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * Miscellaneous Items From 125 Globe-Gazette Correspondents in North Iowa and Minnesota Visitor From lola. GALT--I.yJe Schumans of lola, Kans., stopped Wednesday for a short visit with his father, W. L. Schumans. Dr. Schumans is practicing medicine at lola, Kans. Leave for Qulmby, CRYSTAL LAKE--The Rev. and Mrs. Joseph Hutchlngs left Christmas day for Quimby to spend the week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey and family. Guests From Chicago. SWALEDALE--Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Pals of Chicago and Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Cogswell of Humboldt are spending their vacation with Mr. and Mrs. H. Cogswell. Visitors From St. Paul. GARNER--Mr. and Mrs. Charles Marks will have as their houseguest, her brother, M. M. Person and Miss Ruth Haas of St. Paul from Saturday and over New Year's day. Mr. Person is an interne hi a St. Paul hospital and will be graduated from the Minneapolis university next year. Visit at Bolan. HANSELL--Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Kenison and family visited at the F. M. Kenison home at Bolan, also .isiting relatives at Northwood. Are Parents of Son. SEXTON--Mr. and Mrs. Irwin Buzman are parents o£ a 6% pound boy born Tuesday nite. They live at the Cart Paetz home, where Mr. Buzman la employed. Guest From Minneapolis. SWALEDALE--Mrs. Earl Ingerham of Minneapolis is spending a few days at the parental home. Guests From Clinton. GHAFTON--Mr. and Mrs. Claude Reeck of Clinton are spending a vacation with Mr. Reeck's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Reeck. Rock .Crusher Moved. OTRANTO--The rock crusher was moved into the quarry here Tuesday. This project gives employment to quite a crew of men. Visitor From Madison. RUDD--Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Sweet of Madison, Wis., visited her mother, Mrs. Anna Hodge. Visits In Wisconsin. WHEELERWOOD--Lloyd Wepking has been spending' some time with his father in Wisconsin. Recovering From Operation. HANSELL--Robert Hannah, son of James Hannah, is convalescing from a major operation at the Lutheran hospital at Hampton. Taken to Hospital. CRYSTAL LAKE--Mrs. Tom Murry who has been in 111 health for some time was taken to the University hospital at Iowa City. Mr Murry accompanied her there. Home From Io\va City. SWALEDALE--Francis Hodson, a student of Iowa City, is at home 'or the holiday vacation. Twin Daughters Born. STILSON--Born to Mr. and Mrs, Joseph Geibel, twin girls. They have one other daughter. Guests From Chicago. GRAFTON--Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Turnball and daughter o£ Cedar Falls and Mr. and Mrs. Owen Rail and daughter of Chicago were uests of Mrs. Henry Beldermann. Visit in lUlnoIs. OTRANTO--Allan Gordon accompanied his sister and her husband, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Wolke of Owatonna to Jacksonville, HI., to visit their mother. Return to Siouv City. KANAWHA--Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Phillips and little son, Douglas, returned to their home In Sioux City after a few days' visit with relatives here. Guests in St. Paul. WHEELERWOOD--Mr. and Mrs. E. P. DeGraw and Mr. and Mrs Edward DeGraw visited Mrs. DeGraw and Mr. and Mrs. T. Law of St. Paul. Will Speha Three Weeks. CALMAR--Mr. and Mrs. Karl Buck and sons, Mack and Karl, Jr., arrived from Des Koines for a three weeks' visit at the holne of Mr. Bucks parents, Mr. and Mrs. Emil Buck. From Iowa City. CALMAR--Miss Ella Dalen of Iowa City is spending her vacation with her mother, Mrs. Elme Dalen and family. Home for Vacations. GENEVA--Miss. Gwyneth Finn, Miss Marjorie Clock and Eugene Page were home for the school holidays. Others home for reunions were the Misses Mary and Gertrude Kurtz and Miss Ruth Glliette all of Des Moines, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Miller and daughter, Jean Francis of Omaha and Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Morgan of Wilcox, Mo. WH1 B« Hostess. LATIMER--Mrs. Lars Hcnnlng WUI be hostess to the M. E. L. A. S. on the second Wednesday in January. Leave for Washington. CLARKSVILLE--Mr. and Mrs. Harold Gough and four children who have spent 15 months with his mother, Mrs. Ethel Gough, will leave for their former home at Pasco, Wash., Thursday. Attends Relative's Funeral. DOUGHERTY--Miss Anna Reed attended the funeral of Mrs. McDermott, a relative, in Waterloo Tuesday morning. Visiting in Waterloo. LATIMER--Miss Madaline, home economics teacher, is spending the vacation at her home In Waterloo. Guests From Minneapolis. ARMSTRONG--Misnea Josephine and Gertrude Bloom of Minneapolis spent Christmas with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Bloom. REMEMBER THIS? | Through a little item in Eye Observing a few days ago some interesting Information concerning the clay industry once started near Fertile has been developed by readers. Here is a picture supplied by E. M. Kisner of Hanlontown showing how the place looked when construction activities were under way back in 1908. YOUR IOWA An Interesting Fact Daily About the State You Arc Proud to Call Your Own! A total of 31,126 degrees have been conferred by the State University of Iowa. Visitors From Detroit, GRAFTON--Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Krueger of Detroit, Mich., are visiting at Mr.. Krueger's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Krueger. Visitors From Wisconsin. CLARKSVILLE--Mr. and Mrs. Beryl ngenfritz of Menbminee, Wis., visited her' mother, Mrs. Lottie Perrin, from Saturday until Tuesday. Home "From Dubuque. CALMAR--Clarence Bragham- mer of Dubuque arrived home to spend a few days with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Braghammer. Visit in Illinois. DOUGHERTY--Mr. and Mrs. E. Dougherty and family visited Mrs. Dougherty's mother in Illinois Honored on Birthday. LATIMER--Miss Irene Meyer and Miss Helen Meyer were hostesses to a group of relatives and friends at a birthday party for Leslie Meyer at the Miss Irene Meyer home. Five hundred was played. Leave for Home. CLARKSVILLE--Mr. and Mrs. Will Kennedy, daughters Jean and Joan, her brother, Earl Pitcher, and Lillian Morgan of Detroit, Mich., and Helen Rose of Modale, were Christmas day guests in the E. M. Pitcher home and all left Tuesday but Jean Kennedy, who will remain indefinitely. Returns to Chicago. ARMSTRONG--Mr. and Mrs. Phil Brodthagen visited Mrs. Brodthagen's sister, Mrs.' G. H. West. Miss Berniecc Clemensen returned to her home in Chicago with them after several weeks' visit with her aunt, Mrs. West. Home From College. ARMSTRONG -- Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Atwood and sons of Cedar Rapids visited relatives here. Those home from college for vacations are Ruasel Ranney, Leo Fritzgibbons and Lloyd Johnson from the University of Iowa at Iowa City, Bruce Clifton from the Minneapolis art school, Darline Sturdevant, University of Minnesota, and William Knipe, Simpson'college, Indianola. Attend Mitchell Rites. ARMSTRONG--Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Goodge went to'Minneapolis to attend the funeral of R. O. Mitchell, held there Sunday morning. To Be Resumed Jon. 2. CRYSTAL LAKE--The Crystal Lake consplidated school will reopen Jan. 2. Teachers who left for their homes were Miss Ruth Thorne, Dayton; Misa Adel Jensen, Underwood; Miss Boig-hild Johnson, Fort Dodge; Verta Benedict, Nora Springs; Bcr- neice Tanner, Goodell, Marie Dusenburg:, Garner and Edward McGreevey, Britt. - Mrs. Edward Helgason Buried at Armstrong; Leaves Five Children ARMSTRONG, Dec. 28.--Funeral services were held this afternoon for Mrs. Edward Helgason in the Lutheran church with burial In the Armstrong cemetery. Mrs. Helgason died Monday night at the Colcman hospital in Estherville. She had been seriously ill the past week and was taken to the hospital Monday afternoon. Mrs. Helgason had been in poor health since her husband's death 'last March. Surviving are her five children, Lloyd Cecil, lone Marie, Oliver Lorenzo, Marietta Pauline and Edna Viola, all of Armstrong. Her three daughters are teaching school at Fort Dodge, Rlngstetl and Swea City. Three grandchildren also survive Visitor From Bloomlngton SHEFFIELD -- Ralph Borst Bloomington, III., called on friends here Tuesday. Visit at Minneapolis, FLOYD--Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Morse and children motored to Minneapolis to :Visit 'with 'Mr. Morse's sister and mother, Mrs. Stella Morse. Submits to Operation. ORCHARD--Eno Onken was operated on at th'e Savre hospital Wednesday morning for appendicitis. Guests From Waterloo FLOYD--Mr. and. Mrs. Kenneth Lvnnes, Waterloo, were guests in the A. F; Brockman home. From Rockwell City. FLOYD--Mr. and Mrs. Walter Gauger and two children, Rockwell City, arc spending a brief vacation with relatives and friends here and at Charles City. . Arrive From Otrumwn. NORA- SPRINGS--Mr. and Mrs. James Harold Coleman and -little son, James Robert, arrived Wednesday from Ottumwa to visit Mr. Coleman's parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Cojeman and his sister, Miss Mary Coleman. Many Arc Entertained. LAKE MILLS--Miss DeLores Giving, who attends school at Fargo, N. Dak., .is visiting: her father, Martin Giving. Kermit Shtemo, principal at Sherman, S. Dak.; is visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gus Shiemo. Mr.- and Mrs. Henry Holland and family, Windom, Minn., were visitors at the L. J. Holland home. Home From Mnrquette. FLOYD---WilJ Casey who teaches at Marquette is spsnding the holiday vacation at the O'Brien home. ' Away for Vacations. ORCHARD--Miss Neva Laurien has gone to her home at Eagle Grove, Miss Palma Peterson to Mabel, Minn., and Miss Ruth Eun- kleberg to Rookford to spend their vacation. Charles Hill and family are at Mason City. Class Is Entertained. NORA' SPRINGS--Mrs. Dey Reed, Mrs. Gene' Selloh and Mrs. James Rader entertained the Open Door class of the Methodist Sunday school Thursday afternoon at the Reed home. Arrives From Detroit. DOWS--Lawrence Peterson arrived from Detroit, Mich., called here by the serious illness o£ his father, George Peterson, who seems slightly better at present. Visits In Waterloo. OTRANTO--Mrs. S. J. Seine is spending the week with relatives at Waterloo. Visits at Eromons. GRAFTON--Miss Linda Bublitz has gone to Emmons, Minn., to visit her friend, Miss Palma Loken. Leaves for Kansas. OTRANTO--Mardgy Putman and friend left Wednesdav for Garnet, Kans., having spent Christmas here with relatives. Visiting in South Dakota. KANAWHA--Supt. and Mrs. A. S. Thoreson are spending the holidays visiting relatives in South Da- i-ota and at Sloane. They will return home some time next woelc. Submits to Operation. OSAGE}---Eno Onken underwent a major operation at Savre hospital Wednesdav. Return to Chicago. CORWTTH--Mr. and Mrs. Con Brown of Chicago and Mrs. J. B. Dunovan of Freemont, Ind., returned to their homes Monday after a brief visit at the home of their parents, Mr. :Ynd Mrs. Al Brown. Guests From Spring Brook. SWALEDALE--Mr. and Mrs Perry Hoskins and sons of Spring Brook, Wis., visited her sister, Mrs. A. Chrlstenson and famiy. PLATES (Lifelike Teeth) FREE! Buy One Plate We Make You One Absolutely Free rhlfl offer positively expires Dec, 30) Regardless of the price of th plate you select, we will make you another plate of equal quality absolutely FREE. For instance if yu buy a lower plate, -we make the upper plate FREE. Guaranteed Plates As. Low As $10 If you · elect » $10 plnle, tiii* woalii Tiake rour plates cast 3*00 fcl each. "Cmven" Plates am »old only In CRAVEjTS EXCLUSIVE Plate Shoppes (Lifelike Teeth) If you drfllra Information nbont PUIM--IVHITE-- Voo n-lll He an- · n-ered by return mull. 18 1st St. S. E., Mason City 620 Grand Ave. 408 Locust St. Des Moines 412 Nebraska St., Sioux City All Oronnd Floor Ixiratlont. No Phone8--You I)o Nat Need An Appointment. MISHAP VICTIM'S RITES ARE HELD Body of Noah Leslie, Killed in Nebraska, Brought to Iowa Falls. IOWA FALLS, Deo. 28.--The body of Noah Leslie, 28, who was killed in an auto accident near Cortland, Nebr., was brought here last evening and funeral services were held this afternoon in the Wilbur funeral home, with interment in Union cemetery. Leslie was a son of Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Leslie living near Burdette. He was warehouse' foreman for the Union Pacific at Beatrice, Nebr. He was returning from a holiday visit to Council Buffs and Omaha when something went wrong and the machine hurtled into a ditch, pinning him under the top of the car. He was dead when the accident was discovered. He Is survived by his wife and one child. Small Daughter Buried. OS AGE, Dec. 28.--Funeral services for Betty June Eidnes, who died early Tuesday, were held this afternoon at the home and at Rock C»eek church, with the Rev. O. C. Myhre officiating, and burial at Rock Creek cemetery. Little Betty June, born June 22, 1930, was the only child of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer T-idnes, about nine miles southwest of Osage. Appointed at Bespor. DECOR'AH, Dec. 28.--R. P. Robinson has been appointed acting postmaster at Hesper, Iowa, to succeed Mrs. Wennes, who resifp o»'.. FIRE DESTROYS BELMONDBARN 2 Cars, Damaged by Blaze, Pushed From Flaming Structure. BELMOND, Dec. 28.--Fire yesterday destroyed the barn belonging to Mrs. John Lieuwen here. The building had practically burned to the ground when the fire department arrived. The origin of the blaze is a mystery. Two cars, a Studebaker belonging to Mrs. Lieuwen, and a Ford, belonging to Soren Peterson, were pushed from the burning- building. The paint on the cars and the windshields and head lights were cracked by the heat. ·-, tTMiry; ra ture at the time^of the fire, which was 2:15 a. m., was rec- -. ·.. ut the local weather station as 25 below zero. The loss suffered bv Mrs. Lieuwen was partly covered by insurance. Many at Family Dinner. SHEFFIELD--A gathering was held at the home of Mrs. Amelia Rube. Mr. and Mrs. Lanier West, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Berlin of Fort Dodge, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Orr and daughter, Geraldiner Jackson, Minn., Mrs. Amelia Knappen, Mr. and Mrs. Chet DeMoss and daughter, Betty, Ma:on City, Mrs. Clara West of Miama, Flia., George West of Minneapolis attended. Kites to Be Saturday. OSAGE, Dec. 28.--Funeral services for Abraham L. Hill who died Tuesday morning', have been announced for Saturday at 2 p. m. at the Shelledy funeral home. SSSWP8P* SP«^^ H "feffiKSOT^f S PE? V m axTM A» ft«i» o». M ^SsHmKf?^wm r Ar ?T LE 01LCR cAM 77?, M J^PTM MVELVA SH/WJNft LOTION LUCKY KID! Just loves to tak Cod Liver Oi Cod Liyrr CH--motra than »ay "Yam-Ymn" and beg for more! Give 1 yonr children Coco Cod. Ess «n thire vitamins A, B and D thur build turpcg, robua. atM-t:c health iruc little bodicf UVER OJL 87? |1°"SIZE|!2 25c MENKEN'S fDRP HOPKINS'WISH YOU A HWPY NEW YEAR/

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