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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 8

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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE MARCH 14 · 1934 NOMINATION BY G,0, P. SOUGHT Senator U Third b Race; Present Administration Is Scored. Burt, March 14.-- Asserting that the policies of the present administration have discouraged individual enterprise, Senator George W. Patterson of Burt to'day announced his candidacy for the republican nomination for lieutenant governor. He ia the third to enter the race, the three others being GE. Cress of Mason City and J. A. Nelson of De- warrant of my opposition to the extending of special favors of government or granting special privilege to any class or Interest. My efforts. if elected, will be along the lines o; re-establishing common, sense, equity and justice in the operation of our state government." H E R E A N D T H E R E ,, · * * * * * * » * * ' * * * ' * * * * * Miscellaneous Items From 125 Globe-Gazette Correspondents in North Iowa and Minnesota . Senator Patterson, who represents the largest senatorial district in Iowa, Clay, Dickinson, Emmet, ; Kossuth and Palo Alto, in his statement said: "Under state democratic leadership, Iowa has witnessed a long drawn out legislative session, leaving as its legacy increased tax ·burdens which, for the most part, must inevitably be borne by the humbler consumers of the state Senate's Work. Mrs. Carrie Mitchell, 81,Corwith,IsDead; Rites to Be Thursday CORWITH, March 14.--Mrs. Carrie Mitchell, 81, a resident of Corwith for 35 years, died at her home Tuesday morning following a shori illness. Funeral services will be held at the Methodist church Thursday afternoon in charge of 1iie Jev O. E; Schaal. Burial will be mad'e in the family lot at Cornell, 111 Mrs Mitchell wa3 the widow or Albert Mitchell, who died Feb. 17, 1932. They came to Corwith from Illinois, in 1899. "The imposition of some 15 million dollars of annual tax on food, clothing and . other necessities means, in the final analysis, just that much reduction in wages. It is a direct and violent repudiation ol ..the avowed purpose of the national program to restore the purchasing ' .power of the consumers. The plain fact is the present state democratic 'administration in its tax policy has so far as it could literally gutted the national recovery program. "Had it not been for determmea opposition in the senate a large number of additional, unworkable, unjust and even vicious measures would have been adopted. Unquestionably the drive will be renewed to enact into law these menacing measures when the legislature agaii, convenes in January. "The government of Iowa should fce restored to its'proper local ana constitutional functions and officered by people who believe in popular rule, and who do not favor dictatorial interference with their rights of citizenship. As I see it, ons of the great questions which must be determined by the people of the state is whether-they are to govern or be governed. Backs Republican Principles. "I believe in the original prin- ' tuples of the republican party ane in government of the'people, by tht people. This includes within its Stowe, Formerly of Winnebago County, Is Dead at Iowa Falls IOWA FALLS, March 14.--Frank I. Stowe, a resident of the county for the most of three-quarters of a centurv, died at his home here Tuesday after an illness of about, three weeks. Mr. Stowe was born at Cedar Rapids, Aug. 15, 1859 and ax the age of nine months, came to Eldora with his parents in a covered wagon. Several years were spent on a farm near Thompson in Winnebago county. Since returning from there, they have resided, in Iowa Falls. Mr. Stowe is survived by his widow and two sons, Charles of this city and Clinton in Winnebago county. Services will be held at the Baptist church Thursday afternoon. Interment will be made at Eldora. Decisions in Wright, Hardin Cases Given by Iowa Supreme Court DES MOINES, March 14. (JFl-- The following opinions were handed down by the Iowa supreme court Tuesday in North Iowa cases: Bslmond Cemetery association vs. A. L Luick, et al (Appellants). Wright county. Judge O. J. Henderson. Granting judgment on recovery on offical bond. Affirmed, Opinion by Kintzinger. C. H. Comly (Appellant) vs. George Lehmann, .et al and Haller Move to Lake Mills. DUMONT--Mr. and Mrs. Harold Overturf and baby moved to Lake Mills Monday where Harold will work in a depot. Arc Parents of Son. ALEXANDER--Mr. and Mrs. David Brady are parents of a a pound baby boy born Monday. Recovering After Accident. AREDALE--Helen Prausy, the 13 year old school girl who was hurt Friday evening, is recovering and will soon be able to be back in school. Four Generations Present. CORWTTH--Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Frisbie of Corwith were · surprised Sunday when several relatives dropped in to spend the day. Four generations were represented at this gathering. Mrs. Frisbie, 82, Mrs. C. L. Rasmussen, 59, Mrs. Flora Stroud, 37 and her daughters. Mrs. Frisbie still does her own housework and likes to grow flowers and piece quilts. Mr. Frisbie, 79, a blacksmith and jeweler, still works in his shop and enjoys it : Meets in Thompson Home. DUMONT--The. March meeting of the Thomacs Christian Temperance, union was held Tuesday after- SEEKS STATE OFFICE noon with Mrs. John Thompson. The president, Mrs. F. W. Sorenson, had charge of the program on the Union Signal, the national publication New Operators Named. LATtMER -- The Misses Louise and Luella Rodemeyer will be Lati mer's new telephone operators ant will take possession of that offic' April 1. Mrs. Curiey Guldberg, wh has been operator at Latimer fo the past 15 years, resigned. Taken to Hospital. AREDALE--Mrs. O. H. Boch mann was taken to the Mercy hos pital at Waverly Saturday. Mrs Bochmann is suffering from bear disease. Leave For Washington. GREENE--C. V. Cave left Mon day for Seattle, Wash., where h accompanied his sister, Miss 'Emma who will make her home with he sister, Mrs. H. E. Soesbe. Mr. Cav will also visit his son, Lawrence a Yosemite, National park, and hi daughter, :Mrs. L. E. Lacey at Oak land,.Cal. The H. E. Soesbe famil are former residents of both Green and Mason City. Visit In Waterloo. LATIMER--Mr. and Mrs. T. C .... . Comly ;v (Appel- . "and the'pro-1 iantiHardin county. Judge "6. : 3: . rulTinlE?"enrTginderson^ig- J 8«ites ,rls;V*ot\J Senator George W. Patterson of Burt Wednesday announced his candidacy for the republican nomination as lieutenant governor. He is the third to seek the nomination. "The effect of the policies or Lne Kintzingcr. i *· ^ A _ t-ho T at?»viei« citsf.? fmvi ^.." . _ . . . . i. . j T-inmrlrepTiftr lor me ijauuicr otatc .LUIU, present state administration has been to discourage individual enter? prise and to keep the citizens 01 Iowa' regardless of business or occupation, in a state of uncertainty and fear. There can be no resumption of prosperous conditions in this state, no re-employment of workers by industry, under the strong arm .rule which has been attempted during the past year. "My record in the past Gamer Group on Program. FERTILE, March W.--The Parent-Teachers, association will meet at the high school assembly Thursday evening. The program will be given by a group of young persons irom near Garner and consists of a three act play. One of the characters will be represented by John Ed- i bank. Guests From Waterloo. ALEXANDER--Mr. and Mrs. Charley Bell of Waterloo visited Saturday and Sunday at the P. C. Bohlen home. Lives at Blooming Prairie. CARPENTER--Mrs. Betsy GU- bertson has gone to Blooming Prairie to make her home with her 93 PER CENT OF FARMERS SIGN Kossuth County Leads State With 3,100 Contracts So Far. AMES, March 14.--About 93 pe cent of the Iowa farmers eligible t sign corn-hog contracts, a total o 161,000 was estimated yesterday t have signed by Paul C. Taff, as sistant director of the Iowa Stat college extension service. Mr. Taff estimated that betwee 170,000 and 175,000 Iowa farmer grew enough corn and raised enoug hogs during 1932-33 to be eligible. Week-end reports from count agents revealed that 63,471 con tracts had been tabulated. The re ports showed that more than 86.0C signers, representing approximate! 60 per cent of the contracts, at tended.township meetings to elee Kossuth county, with. 3,100 consigned, is" leading the state signup, according to the re- Nine other counties--Craw- iuru, Fayette, Harrison, Jasper, Linn, Plymouth, Sioux, Story and Attends Managers' Meeting BRITT--Mr. and Mrs. W. O- Eaton spent Sunday in Iowa Falls hen Mr. Eaton attended 4 meeting f the managers for the Central tales Electric company. Arrives From Texas. PLYMOUTH--Mrs. J. M. McBren isited Monday with her sister, Miss Dmma Claus and her sister-in-law, VLrs. W. W. Claus. Mrs. McBren is nroute to her home in Minneapolis rom Texas where Mr. and Mrs. IcEren spent the winter. Returns From Minneapolis. EMMONS, Minn. -- Victor Emmons made a business trip to Min- eapolis and returned Monday. Northwood to Give Flay. GORDONSVILLE, Minn. -- Gor- onsville Community club will hold the March meeting Friday evening. A group of women from Northwood, members of Grove Farm Bureau, will give a short play. Seeks Supen-isorship. GALT--C. W. Ballow announced himself as a candidate for county supervisor from the fourth district. Surprised on Birthday. BUFFALO CENTER--About 20 friends surprised Mrs. Palmer Durby at her home northeast of town Slonday in honor of her birthday. Doing Practice Teaching.. HANLONTOWN--Miss Mabel Olson, senior student of Waldorf college is doing practice teaching in the fourth, fifth and sixth grades. She will be graduated in June. Arrives From Indiana. GARNER--Mrs. C. K. Moe who has spent four months at St. Joseph Mo., and two months at Terre Haute, Ind., arrived Tuesday morning to be at the home of her brother Fred Stork. Mrs. Moe was accompanied by her daughter, Mrs. Max K Jones and daughters, Jams and Karon, al Terre Haute, who will remain for a visit at the Stork home and with her brother, C. H. Moe, two miles east of Garner. Guests From Sycamore. ST. ANSGAR--Dr. and Mrs. John Ovitz of Sycamore, 111., spent the week-end with the doctor's sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. J. Earl Hess. Receive High Prize. WHITTEMORE--Mr. and Mrs. Ray L. Burdine entertained at a dinner Sunday evening after which bridge was played at two tables, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Oliver receiving high prize. . Eyeball In Removed. ' LEDYARD--The youngest son of Mr and Mrs. Herman Brandt of Springfield township was taken to. m HELM, 73, DIES AS OSAGEHOME Succumbs Week After Death of Wife; Funeral to Be Thursday. OSAGE, March 14.--William Jasper Helm, 73, died Monday evening at his home in Osage just a. week after the death of his wife. The aged couple had expressed tne wish that each might pass on ai the sa»e time. Mr. Helm was born in Lafayette county, Wis., Oct. 8, 1860, coming with his parents to Mitchell county at the age of seven, and locating in Cedar township. Except for one year in Cerro Gordo county, his home had been here. He is survived by one sister, Mrs. W. M Butts of Belle Fourche, S. Dak., and two brothers, C. T. Helm of Rockford and E. R. Helm of Lafayette Ore. Funeral services' are announce( for Thursday at 2 p. m. at Shelledy funeral home in charge of the Rev J. D. Kern. Abundant coal, vast raw mater- dls, fine transportation facilities, and unexcelled living conditions ake Iowa a most inviting 1 field for manufacturing. [ora Springs Woman Hurt When Auto, Truck Crash NORA SPRINGS, March 14.--The =lev. C. A. Burkhart, when return- ng with e. load of the Harmony lass members from the Walter chultz home, was run into' by a eavy truck. Mrs. Sylvester Davis' ead was cut by the breaking glass and the car was badly damaged. The truck had a hit and run driver. Mrs. Moe of Decorah Is Buried in St. Pau DECORAH, March 14.--Funera services were held yesterday in St Paul for Mrs. M. Moe, 70, who die at her home on Holahan avenue in Decorah. Burial was made in S Paul. Services were held in Decora Sunday at the Ness and Ness Fu neral home. Her husband, an era ploye of the Decorah Posten, sur vives, also four daughters and tw Mrs. Kam Fulsaas of Near Ridgeway Is Dea RIDGEWAY, March 14.--Mr Karn Fulsaas, 83 years and 1 months old, passed away Tuesda at the home of her daughter, Mr Fred Nelson, five miles north Ridgeway.. Pastoral Conference Held. EMMONS, Minn., March 14.--Th Southern Minnesota Pastoral cor ference was held here yesterda Pastors from surrounding chargi attendance YOUR IOWA An Interesting Fact Dally About the State You Are Proud to Call Your Own! WOMAN HURT AT BUFFALO CENTER Teacher's Car Turns Over; Occupant Is Taken to Hospital. BUFFALO CENTER, March 14. --Miss Velva Tutton, who teaches northwest of town, was hurt in an accident while driving home from school Monday. The car to go into the ditch pinning her underneath. Miss Tutton was taken to the hospital here and is thought to be hurt internally. The car was demolished. Taken to Hospital. FAULKNER-Mrs. Edd O'Brien was taken to the Hampton hospital Saturday where she is seriously ill. THE SAILOR is the fashion We've the latest version of the Breton sailor that's storming the country. Harper's Bazaar in its "escape appeal" formula for Spring fever says: "March right out this morning and buy yourself a rolled up sailor, to jolt you out of your February slump." In rugged straws, dark or vivid, to give zest to town suits. Headsizes are from 21 to 2* inches I ters will oe rcpreeiiLcu "j *,uui* ·"« t ± ic^i*w *v «,--..- -ward Humphrey, formerly of here. I daughter. Mrs. Luther Ferrington than , , Woodbury · -- reported more 2,000 contracts signed. Spelling Contest for Franklin County Will ^] 2 £__)v3£Bi5St-«t--E-"'.¥.=£«-_:. . TZTjl where an operation was penuKaet Monday for a tumor back of the eyeball. It was necessary to remove the eyeball. . Visit at Cedar Falls. " KENSBTT--Ruth Robinson and Doris Kenison were Sunday guests of relatives and friends. They attend college at Cedar Falls. Chapin, Sheffield on Program. HAMPTON--In the account of the county meeting of the American Legion posts here March 8, the entertainment furnished by the Chapin r TT 1 1 6 L. J tertainment furnis Be Held on baturday and Sheffieldunits 0 d Wtdol Aym^mi '~~\. Spring--and the urge to kick up your heels! Laugh at weather vanes, thermometers and work. . get away from it all -- play in Miami Beach sunshine, that makes your vitality nip up to healthful normalcy March and April, in Florida? Lovely! Prices? They're more reasonable! . In addition to low round trip fares of all transportation lines, the Honey Plaza offers special late-season rates (effective March 15th), with all mid-season privileges in the Florida Year Round Clubs -- Honey Plaza Cabana Sun Club, Miami Biltmore Country Club, Key Largo Anglers Club . . . transportation, without extra charge' by aerocar autogiro and sea-sled to all resort activities. HAMPTON, March 14.--The ninth annual spelling contest will be held in the courtroom of the courthouse Saturday commencing at 2 o'clock The affair will be undei direction of County Supt. H. J. Henderson. Burton North, Chapin, will pronounce the words, the judges will be Supt. A. E. Rankin, Hampton, and C. D. Mease, Alexander. Dean Sherwood, Bradford, and Supt. F. B Elledge, Coulter, will act as referees and S. J. Sluter, Ackley, and H. L. Bowman, Popejoy, have been chosen as checkers. F. T. Elefson, Popejoy will present the prizes. Forty-one pupils of Franklin county for the contest. have registered * * * * * * * Open from tfovtm* her 15th to May For literature, information and rc«- toiut ttrife or direct to the hottl or fee your travel agent. Edward Paden Dies at . Hampton; Funeral Will Be Conducted Tbursday HAMPTON, March 14.--Funerai services for Edward Paden. 74, will be held at St. Patrick's Catholic church Thursday morning at 9:30, conducted by the Rev. J. E. McMahon and burial will be made in the Hampton cemetery beside his wife who died March 18, 1933. Mr. Paden died Monday at the St. F'rancis hospital at Waterloo where he had been a patient for several weeks. He was born in Monroe, Wis., Nov. 7, 1859 and came to Hampton in 1880 where he was employed by the M. and St. L. railroad for 27 -years. Surviving are two sons Arthui J., Waterloo, Edward, Jr., of San Pedro, Cal., and a daughter, Mrs. Bessie Morgan of Albert Lea, Minn., two brothers and four sisters. A daughter, Mrs. Carrie Fredenberg, Sheffield, died Nov. 17, 1932. Rites to Be Thursday for Ethel Dorenkamp, 19, in Meservey Church MESciRVEY, March 14.--Miss Ethel Dorenkamp died at a Mason City hospital Monday afternoon following an appendicitis operation last Friday night. She was born here, was 19 years of age and leaves 10 brothers and sisters, beside her parents. She was graduated from the high school here three years ago. The funeral will be held here at the Reformed church Thursday afternoon and burial will be at the Palsville cemetery. CLilU U il **.*-1." ·-"··" ·· ally omitted. Mrs. Burton North, Chapin sang a solo, and Mrs. Kurt Weltner and Mrs. M. A. Kraft, Sheffield, contributed a play. "A Trip to New York." Honored on Birthday. BUFFALO CENTER--A number of friends gathered in the home oj Mrs Elizabeth Olson Monday afternoon to celebrate her sixty-eighth birthday anniversary. Moving to Lake Mills. LAKE MILLS--A quilting party was held at the Synod church basement Tuesday afternoon for members of the Cunningham family, who recently lost all their household goods in the Scarville fire. Mr. and Mrs. Cunningham will move to Lake Mills and occupy an apartment in the Knut Savre house soon. Honored on Birthday. GARNER--Mr. and Mrs. Frank W. Zeiger gave a birthday dinner at their home here in honor of their daughter Marian's eighteenth birthday. Miss Zeiger is attending Mason City junior college and stays at tht home of her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Bartmess, Kirk apart ments, Mason City, who with their son, William, were guests in the Zeiger home. Visits at Marshalltown. CARPENTER -- Vernon Sefert spent the week-end at Marshalltown. Keturn From Ames. LONEROCK--Fred Genrich, son Bernard, Mervyn Christenson and Mrs. N. L. Cotton returned Sunday evening from Ames, the Genriches and Mervyn visiting Mainard Genrich, student at Iowa State college there and Mrs, Cotton visiting her daughter and family, the Harley Shellitos. Final Meeting Held. PLYMOUTH--The South Union circle held its last meeting of the year at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Beery on the Joe McKee homestead. As this meeting happened on the birthday of Mrs. Beery that occasion was also observed. Mrs. Lewis Peshak furnished the birthday cake Attend Rites at Williams. GALT--Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Danger attended the funeral Monday at Williams of Frank Deeden, whose death was caused by the explosion of a gasoline stove burning him and the residence. Mr. Deedeu was a bachelor, 45 years of age. Taken to Hospital. EMMONS, Minn. -- Theodore Haugland, who recently lost his left arm during an automobile accident, was taken to the Naeve hospital. Albert Lea, for an appendix operation. T H E N E W TERRAPLANE 6 the BIGGEST car in the low price field BIG car feel-BIG car roominess-BIG car riding ease! That's what Terraplane is offering you in 1934. The BIGGEST carin the low price field-15 feet, 10 inches long. And when you remember that the BIG 1934 Terraplane is even more powerful than the Terraplane that broke one official A. A. A. record after another, that Terraplane economy is proved by owners' sworn statements-then you'll agree-/6e thrill of the low price field is the Terraplane 6! TRY PERFORMANCE THAT'S REALLY A THRILL- THAT'S TERRAPLANING! 14 Models... 2 Wheelburs 80 and 85 H. P. 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