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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 11

Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, March 5, 1936
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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, MARCH 5 1936 ELEVEN DRIFT STALLS NEW $2,500 SNOWPLOW ENGINE DERAILED ON ITS 1ST TRIP ; Shovelers Clear Road Near t Iowa Falls for Second Time in Week, IOWA FALLS--The new $2,500 snow plow purchased by Harclin county in January was put to work this week. It is the latest thing in snow fighting equipment. Workmen operating it Monday and Tuesday declared it could not be stuck by the deepest snow. Wednesday it stalled in a big: drift on the county road north of town. Snow shovelers north of town on Stevens road Wednesday shoveled out for the second time in a week. They opened the road last Thursday just ahead of the last blizzard and the snow filled all cuts. A Northwestern engine on its first trip over the Gifford-Aldcn branch after the snow was cleared, Tuesday left the track at Qwasa. A broken rail caused the accident. No one was injured. A temporary track was laid so the engine wheels could get to traction on icy ground. Hartnell, 75, Osage, to Be Buried Friday OSAGE--Funeral services will be held Friday afternoon at 3 o'clock , at the Champion funeral home in charge of the Rev. Frank Court of the Methodist church for William Hartnell, 75, who died Tuesday eve, ning at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Emer Lang. Born in Dorches', ter, England, Feb. 6. 1861, he came . to Wisconsin with his parents when he was 12. When he was 22 he mov- ' ed to Stacyville where he lived as a. pure-bred livestock breeder and farmer until he moved to Osage to make his home with his daughter, Mrs. Elmer Lang, two years ago. Surviving are his wife and four children: Dr. B. T. Harlnell, Stacyville; Fred Hartnell of Hurnboldt, * Kans.; Charles Hartnel! of Akron, Ohio, and Mrs. Elmer Lang, Osage. 1 Will Make Inspection. DES MOINES, I.?)--Adjt. Gen. Charles H. Grahl Thursday notified commanders of Iowa national guard units that the annual inspection of local companies will be made this spring. Grab] said the inspections to. be made by regular army officers 4*v.ill start April 6 and continue '"·Shrough May 26. - Tax Division Head LaVerne Clark of Belle Plainc is director of the state net income tax division. (Iowa Daily Fress Photo) TRIPOLI GIVES UP COUNTY FIGHT Bremer to Vote on $75,000 Bonds for Erection of New Courthouse. WAVERLY--Tripoli's campaign to obtain the county seat of Bremer county, started several weeks ago with a goal of 530,000 toward the cost of a new courthouse, has been abandoned, it was said Thursday as the county approached an election Tuesday, March 10, on voting S75,- 000 in bonds to supplement a $60,750 federal grant for a new courthouse at Waverly. The proposed building would replace structures erected in 1858 and 1S70. Clarion Superintendent Re-Elected for 3 Years CLARION--At a meeting o£ the board of education Tuesday night, C. J. Christiansen, superintendent of schools here for three years, was given a three year contract. School election for the replacement of two board members to fill the expired terms of Granvilla Smith and Staney Shupe will be held Monday. Smith and Shupe have not announced themselves as candidates for reelection. The only two aspirants to the office are R. E. Duer and B. E. Nagle. HERE and THERE Miscellaneous Items From 125 Globe-Gazette Correspondents in North Iowa and Minnesota. Will Serve Thursday. LAKOTA--The Presbyterian Ladies aid will meet Thursday at the church basement. The regular supper will be served to the public. The hostesses are Mrs. C. R. Smith, Mrs. Raymond Smith, Mrs. C. C. Freeaek, Mrs. George Edwards and Mrs. John Griese. Honored on Birthday. GOLDFIELD--Mrs. E. L. Bygnesa was pleasantly surprised on Saturday evening when a group of friends and relatives gathered on her birthday. Bridge and rook were played with E. E. McCallum and Mrs. William Larson getting high scores in bridge and H. C. Pinkham and Mrs. E. L. Bygness high scores in rook. Given Farewell Parly. LITTLE CEDAR--The Woman's Missionary society gave a farewell party in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Roberts in the basement of the Baptist church Monday. A pot luck luncheon was served at noon. Mr. and Mrs. Roberts plan to move to the farm they have recently purchased, east of Orchard, known as the B. W. Wright farm. Open Road for Doctor. STILSON--William Schwab is ill with pneumonia at his home two miles west of Stilson. Mr. Schwab fi::st had the mumps. The snow plow opened the road Monday to the Schwab home so the doctor could get there. Move Into Town. LATIMER--Several families who have moved into town the past week are Mr. and Mrs. L. Main and family of Coulter in the Jeff Pcarse home, Mrs.- August Beyer and daughter into her house vacated by Mr. and Mrs. Fritz Paullus and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Rodemcycr and family into the Johnson house. Pillows Are Made. NORA SPRINGS--The American Legion auxiliary met Monday evening at the home of Mrs. Minnie Benedict. Twelve pillows were made for disabled World war veterans in the Knoxville hospital. Enough feathers have been furnished to make as many more at some future meeting. Leaves for California. EAGLE GROVE--W. E. Garrett, 92, who received word a short time ago of the death of his only sister at Calabasas, Cal, will -without doubt be a' beneficiary in the estate left by her, which is thought to be large. He left for California Monday night, in company with his attor- , cey, Robert Blue, and will spend some time investigating the matter. FRESH BANANA-VAMILLA BRICK ICE CREAM Bis Savings for Friday and Saturday 103 North Federal Ave. Fitch's Shampoo 7Sc Size ffiV Modernistic Electric BREAD TOASTER 98 C With cord. Attractive design; nickel finish with ebony trim. Worth More Genuine Prophylactic HAIR BRUSH ^styles SS" Sterident Child'* Youth's TOOTH BRUSHES 17 Sensation- allow price! Adult Size 33c Vilour Tt 7;0c Gem Blades « « . Single EaK,10'»...J°t ZScPalmolive n n c Shaving Cream..... Aw Mead'sPablum 30- PoundSiK ·*·"- JSeJ.J. 1C- Baby Fpwdcr.... - *·" *· 3Sc Lifebuoy «-j c Bhav-ing Cream i I Lavender An c Shaving Lux Flakes j, qe c Small 1 * W U O 29c ..37 e SOc Hind's Almond CrcsCO** 50c Jergen's Lotion, f l /z or.*. 60c D. R. Creams 35c Pond's Creams a SOcCampana «·?,. Dreskin 0 I c Almond Lotion An, G Dunce bottle. ..... v Cold Cream nn. Theatrical, 14 lb.... J8 C 50c Chamberlain's 07, Hand Lotion O I Woodbury's 3 , o r 29c lOcSoap...." ** P a l m o l i v e g f o r ] g c B . Cocoa-AImondJ ( Soap.. Supe IOC Package. 30c Hill's Ccscara Quinine 50c Grove's Nose Drops.....·· 51.25 Kor.jola Tonic....... SOc Yeastfoam Tablets 30c Erorno Scltter SOc Midot Tablets. Tin ol 10. SUc Mermen's Antiscotic OU Glycerine Suppositories. 12 S. .18* .36° .99= 29c .24° .33° .34° .17° r *itd ~Nu-Vel SANITARY NAPKINS Box of 38 'c NEW 5TUBE SUPERHETERODYNE LONG W SHOUT WAVE HM »ll t h e U t o t i m - provement*. Powerful full turtrftttfrfxlyne circuit. Extremely selective und trrmiive Oitordcrt tcith '_ Bssmadine c S-oz. Size Relieves discomfort dun to stomach disorders such rsindlRestion, heartburn* sour stomach, bcSchinj. Know Your State A Fact a Day About loway! The state treasurer's office reported that cigaret tax collections during February were $99,370, exceeding collections for the same month last year by .$3,246. Are Parents of Son. POPEJOY--Mr. and Mrs. Jay Stanley have a new baby boy born at Ellsworth hospital. Iowa Falls, Sunday. This is their third child, one girl and two boys. Return From California. RICEVILLE--Carl Kubick and party consisting of Sandy Sanderson of Riceville and Roy Sigler and Mr. Burish of Saratoga, returned from a trip to California Monday. They traveled through Texas, visited Carsbad caverns, the Grand Canyon, Tia Juna and southern Cal ifornia and were gone a month. Meets at Schmidt Home. NORA SPRINGS--The Woman's Foreign Missionary society of the Methodist church met Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Fred Schmidt. The lesson about countries in South America was led by Mrs E. C. Garman. Miss Eliza Senior led devotions. At Home Over Week-End, LAKOTA -- Wilbur Hassebrock and Norman Frerkin, students from the University of Dubuque, and Robert Hamilton and William Ley who attend the Iowa State university at Iowa City, spent the week-end here at their homes. Returns to Home. MESERVEY--Mrs. W. E. Hernon formerly Grace 3. Watermiller, has gone back to her home in Garner She has been staying with her folks Harm Watermiller at Meservey since her first baby's birth, namec Delia Mae, born Feb. 7. Fcssenmeyer \s Recovering. RICEVILLE--Lloyd Fessenmeyer was out of the local hospital for a short time Tuesday. This is the firsi time that he has been out since last fall when his leg was injured in an automobile accident, Tested for Blood Transfusion. RICEVILLE--Bert Watt. Harry Theis, Walter River, Lloyd Rich mond and Hi Shoop were taken to Waterloo Wednesday afternoon to be tested for a blood transfusion to be given to B. N. Hendricks of Rice ville who has been at Allen Me morial hospital for several weeks suffering from a carbuncle and in fection. Is in Critical Condition. MESERVEY--Mr. and Mrs. Al bert Haferman, Frank Hafermai and Mrs. Hulda Hartwig visited Frank Haferman's brother-in-law Ole Ellingston, at Belmond Tuesday Mr. Ellingston recently suffered i stroke and is in a critical condition Move Near Bnone. POPEJOY--The Raymond Caruth family moved Monday to a farm near Boone. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Turner and family of Dows are getting settled on the place vacated b the Caruths. Mr. Turner will be employed by Jake Dietrich. Study Club Elects Officers. CALMAR--At the regular meeting the Calmar Study club at the home of Mrs. J. C. Iverson the following were elected: President, Mrs Genevieve Horton; vice president Mrs. Ina Iverson; secretary, Mrs Else Hoiness and treasurer, Miss Eline Sandager. Caucus to Be Friday. RIDGEWAY-- A caucus of the voters of the town of Ridgeway wil be held on Friday at 7:30 p. m., at the Farmers' State bank for placing in nomination a Citizens' ticket foi mayor, five councilmen, assessor and treasurer. Are Parents oE Son. ALLISON--Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Schrage, northeast of Allison, are the parents of a son born March 3 Given Farewell Party. ROCKWELL--About 25 neighbor! and friends of Mr. and Mrs. W. L Jackson gathered at their home si: miles south of Rockxvell Sunday af ternoon for a farewell party befon they leave the farm. Visiting With Brother. MESERVEY---Mrs. William Un verferth of Ft. Dodge, is visitin her brother, William Prilipp, Sr who is ill. From Home in Omaha. GARNER--Donald Neitzel, 16 and Kenneth Neitzel, 17, brothers from Father Flannagan's boys i home in Omaha, have come to mak their home with their aunt an uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Baum gartner. The Baumgarlner's hav four children of their own. Calvin, Geraldine, Marjorie and Darlenc. Most Roads Passable. MESERVEY--Nearly all roads in i this vicinity are now passable for cars, but there are still a few where only sleds are used. Visitor From Rochester. CALMAR--Miss Doloris Giesen, R. N., from Mercy hospital in Rochester, Minn., is spending a few days visiting her mother, Mrs. Henry Giesen and family. Will Elect Officers. RIDGEWAY--The annual school election for the independent school district of Ridgeway will be held at the H. G. Gunhus hardware store on Monday. Polls will be open at 12 o'clock and close at 7 p. m. A director will be elected for a term of three years to succeed C. 0. Thom- 1 son: one for one year to succeed E. S. Hovdcn and one for three years to succeed S. R. Butz. A treasurer will be elected for a term of two years to succeed I. G. McQueen. Move Near Clarion. CHAP1N--Mr. and Mrs. .Minor Spainhower who have tenanted the W. A. Riddle farm west of town for several years moved to a farm near Clarion Wednesday LATIMER EARLY RESIDENT BURIED Several Heart Attacks Are Fatal to Contractor and Builder. LATIMER--Funeral services for Chris Christensen, one of Latimer's oldest residents, were held Wednesday at the St. John's Lutheran church, conducted b v the Rev. Edward Hansen, pastor of the church and the Rev. Harold Jorgcnson of Coulter. Mr. Christensen was bom Aug. 7, 1861. in Denmark. He was married to Cclia Larsen in Chicago and in 1894 came to this country, settling at Latimer where his occupation as contractor and builder. He leaves J. P. Christensen of Iowa Falls, A. L. Christensen o£ Elmhurst, 111., Mrs. O. A. Johnson of Hampton and Mrs. Ed Sawtelle of Latimer. About three weeks ago Mr. Christensen suffered a bad heart attack and since that time had several attacks but had been able to be up and around most of the time. Burial was made at the St. Peter's cemetery in Morgan township. Meservey Farmers in Annual Moving Period MESERVEY -- Hilko Barkema moves to a farm 5V» miles southeast of Klemme, and Fred Pals takes his place. Frank H. James has bought the farm Mr. Pals vacated. Louis Meinders moves to the Haferman farm southeast of Meservey, and R. B. Hammond moves to a place which he bought near .Colo. Glen Enabnit of Thornton has bought the Butz farm which Mr. Mcinders leaves. P. A. Geitz and Bert Pals change adjoining places. Ben Mennenga moves to the farm vacated by Raymond Pals and Mr. Pals goes to a farm east of Belmond. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Lauen will start farming on the Typer farm northwest of town and Howard Barger will move to another Typer farm near Hampton. Floris Westly Soloist With Band at Carleton MANLY--The Carleton college Symphony band returned from its tour and Sunday evening gave a concert at Northfield, Minn. Two of the numbers on the program were "Chauson Triste" and "In a Monastery Garden" played on the pipe organ by Miss Floris Westly of Manly, accompanied by the band. Meservey to Vote on Bonds for Auditorium MESERVEY--The annual school election will be held here Monday. Two directors. Herman Gnu's and William J. Hartfelder are candidates for re-election and the district will vote on $8.000 bonds for building an auditorium. Butler Supervisors Take Steps So Transients Are Not Permanent Residents ALLISON--At a meeting- of the Butler board of supervisors Tuesday it was voted to serve notice on all persons in the transient camp at Parkersburg so they cannot establish a residence in Butler county. There are approximately 185 persons in the camp at present. We are forced to take drastic methods--we must raise money at once to settle some heavy obligations and to settle the estate of H. I. Prusia---senior member of the firm who died recently. Our entire stock is thrown out at sharply reduced prices in order that we may accomplish this end. EXTRA PANTS S3.98 EXTRA PANTS $2.49 EXTRA PANTS S2.98 Including f i r m , pure wool, worsteds --in men's a n d young men's models. These suits sell regularly at $25 and $27.50. Beautiful worsteds. High school sizes. 32 to 35 inclusive. Single or double- breasted and fancy models. Values to $27.50 Values to $25 Values to $17.50 NOTICE :- NOTSCE:- We wish to make a special appeal to all of our good credit customers to come in and make payments on account or settle in full. Geneva Hopes to Be Able to Open Schools Monday GENEVA--Geneva teachers have been notified to report for duty on Monday. March 9. It is hoped the roads may be opened by then. At present farmers travel through fields and bump over plowing to get to town. Corwith Schools, Closed for Nearly 6 Weeks, Are Opened; Makeups Planned CORWITH--The Corwith Consolidated schools re-opened Tuesday after being closed nearly six weeks on account of snow blocked roads. The school buses were not able to make their full routes but with the co-operation of the parents in getting the pupils to school, and with the farmers helping to open the roads with shovels, it is hoped to have a full attendance soon. Part of the lost time will be made up by having school on Saturdays and the balance of the required time will be made up at the end of the year. Physician Changes Teams 7 Times to Visit Patient | KANAWHA--An S pound girl was born to Mr. and Mrs. Joe Asche Sunday afternoon. As many of the roads in the country are not opened yet, it was necessary for the physician. Dr. A. L. Jud'd, to make the trip in bobsleds which were stationed every few miles. The Asches live nine miles from Kanawha and seven changes of teams were made. Informations Are Filed Against Pair at Bnstow ALLISON--County attorney's in- formations were filed Tuesday against Leo nnd Donald Hall of Bristow on a charge of larceny o; domestic fowls. The case is expected to come up for jury trial next week, i If all of our good friends would do this it would be a tremendous help to us and will be greatly appreciated. Signed, Ray E. Prusia Final settlement of the estate of H. I. Prusia, senior member of the firm, must be made. This store is involved in his estate and we are called upon to raise money to help settle. In order to do this as quickly as possible we are offering our entire stock at greatly reduced prices. Profits are not considered. It's a matter of raising the money. Signed, Ray E. Prusia Read These S H I R T VALUES! "Fruit of the Loom" and "Elder" Shirts with "Tru- berized' 1 and "no wilt" collars. In two lots. Reduced to 19 ONE LOT NEW FANCY PATTERNS "Elder" make, fast colors and thoroughly shrunk. Full size. Reduced to NOTICE THE REDUCTIONS 257c Wool lined Denim Jackets, 2 lots SI-SI) and .$1.89 Lee No. 31 Overalls and Jacket S1.1U each Blue Chambray Work Shirts ;....3Dc 'Plain and Fancy Pajamas SLID Painters While Overalls 89c 39c Men's Shorts 23c Corduroy Jackets S2-29 Pullover Sweaters, few only, values to S2.95 S1.19 One lot. assorted styles and sizes, qualities up to 55. REGULAR $1 NECKWEAR Hand made, with pure wool lining. Many ©dds and Ends On Tables At Ridiculously Low Reduced Prices--Come In! 109 SOUTH FEDERAL AVENUE MASON CITY, IOWA

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