The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on December 30, 1933 · Page 14
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December 30, 1933

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 14

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6-B MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE DECEMBER 30 Bi ±933 -\ MASON CITY -_, , _ , . . . . . ACTIVITIES OF 1933 AS -SEEN BY CAMERA s HEALTH PLAY PRESENTED--The pupils of the second and third grade of the Jefferson school are shown above in a scene of their play, one of scores given in the city the past year. CIVIL WORKERS ^GET FIRST CHECKS--The initial payments in Cerro Gordo county under the provisions of the civil works administration were made in Commissioner's park Noy. 25. A. M. Schanke is shown giving a check to Frank DaMstrom. Present for the occasion were Mayor'J. T. Laird and E. H. Crof oot, city manager. MR. AND SIRS. JAMES ROOSEVELT--The son of the president and his wife were guests of Mason City, Sunday, Sept. 3, addressing- a huge crowd at the fairgrounds and another at the Clear Lake Country club in the evening. SCENE OF TRAGEDY--Bloodstains, on graveled highway near Gartersville showed the spot where Mrs. Paul Hinch was fatally injured resulting in the trial of her husband, who was acquitted. WHEN BLUE EAGLE SCREAMED--Thousands crowded Mason City streets Sent. 1, when a six mile long parade demonstrated Cerro Gordo county's enthusiastic support of the NRA program. TRAIN CARRIES AWAY SNOW--Workmen last March shoveled hundreds of tons of snow along Federal avenue on to an electric train which carried it outside the city limits. BECOMES MONSIGNOR--The Rt. Rev. P. S. O'Connor as he appeared in the lace rochet and purple mantclletta when invested with the rank of prelate in the papal household April 19. DECKER MEAT PRODUCTS FOR RELIEF--One of the packing rooms of the Jacob E. J ] j Decker and Sons company plant crating pork products ordered by the United States govern- ( i» ment. More than a million pounds of pork products have been handled by the local plant on government relief orders this year, - FUIST NORTH IOWA CORN LOAN--A. M. Dougan, farmer living near Mason City, is shown drawing $2,218.95 corn loan money at the Northwest Savings bank with warehouse committee looking on. Reading from left to right--C. F. Brady, sealer; County Agent M. E. Olson, Leo Smith, committee member; Mr. Dojugan, and William Brims, Leland Jacobson, Walter Skene arid George R, Sheridan of the committee. As Indicated by These Pictures 1933 Was a Year of Significant Events THE BIG FLOOD- creek turned low areas Paul Graf rescuing Mrs ·Waters from Winnebago and Willow of city into lakes in March. Left-B. A. Smith'and her child from home on Eleventh street northeast. Right--Group of homes in southwest section of city, which also was inundated by the flood waters. V I S I T S MacNIDERS-- Nicholas Roosevelt, former vice governor of Philippines, guest in Mason City Sept. 3. DECKER OPENS BEEF PLANT--Interior of new beef killing department showing overhead conveyors and other equipment.

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