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DECEMBER 30 1933 MASON CITY GLOBE GAZETTE 7-C KLINE STRESSES AAA VALUE IN TALK TO HOWARD BUREAU SHEA IS AGAIN ELECTED HEAD punty Meeting Is Held at Cresco; Entertainment | Is Presented. jflRESCO, Dec. 30.--Co-operation [the corn-hog program was urged I A. B. Kline of VInton, district Itirman of the Iowa Farm Bureau eration, at the annual meeting the Howard county Farm Bureaxi le yesterday. He also pointed out i far reaching effects. All offi- were re-elected by the county aization, including William C. fea of Lime Springs, president. I'ho farm recovery program is of the things which has been light by the Farm Bureau and |. Kline outlined the relation of Farm Bureau and its members |the economic situation. He also Eva future prospects of the aver- farmer. k addition to Mr. Shea, officers Sected were: John Leslie oÂ£ tier, vice president; J. J. Johnj o f Cresco, secretary; Adolph |er of Cresco, treasurer; Miss *e Bundy of Oak Dale, county aivhome project work; Mrs. ielley of Chester, county cbair- of 4-H Girls club work; Ivor lispn, Cresco, county chairman Joys 4-H club work, iatures of the entertainment fram were a vocal solo by Miss Is Kakac, puppet show by Miss perine Patterson and tap dance Miss Ada Hanson. A picnic din.- f was served at noon. IRS.BALLARD, 89, IS BURIED jgle Grove Woman Sur vived by One Daughter and One Brother. KEAGLB GROVE, Dec. so.--FU feral services for Mrs. Anna Bal Â·rd, 88, were held this morning a lacred Heart church in charge o 'e Rev. P. Molloy. She is survived Â· one daughter, Anna, in this city ne brother, James, and grandson Bernard, In Chicago. A son, Edwarc Tiallard, formerly an enginee the Chicago North Western rail ay, died a few years ago, and i B-ughter, Kate, was killed about 1 lars ago when the auto in which la and tho late Karl Keith were ying, i wag' run down by a Chicag feat "WSSEni^tratn near the city Cutting in Nashua May Start Next Week k ASHUA, Dec. 30.--The Crysta '^company of Waterloo, owner o , local plant, will probably begi /ting up ice here soon after Ne\\ Ar'a and will ship 24,000 tona t Illinois Central house at Water store 12,000 torn at the Nashu it and may ship ice to fill th ] ;e at Waverly. One hundred te will be hired during the seaso h will take three or four week HERE A N D T H E R E Â« * . Â£ $ * * * * * * * * * * * * * Miscellaneous Items From 125 Globe-Gazette Correspondents in North Iowa and Minnesota Visits in Fort Dodge. NORA SPRINGS--Miss Win Waers has gone to Fort Dodge to vis- her daughter, Mrs, Alice Trissell. Honored at Tarty. G O L D FIELD--Mrs. Braden toakes and Mrs. Marian Carter of hor entertained a group of friends t a miscellaneous shower at the ome of the former on Thursday afternoon honoring Miss Leola Rlch- rdson of Renwick, who will be narried to Wilber Nissen of Renwick n New Years day. Will Move toBethuny. LUVERNE--Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Anderson, Allendale, Mo., are guests t the W. F. Godfrey home. - They re moving to Bethany, Mo., where Mr. Anderson has .work. Will Meet Thursday. ORCHARD--The Lincoln Ladies Lid society will meet Thursday, 'an. t at the home of Mrs. Jasper Balsley. Dinner will be served at noon. Â· Â· Family Gathering Held. NORA SPRINGS -- A family gathering was held at the Seward lartong home Wednesday when heir son, the Rev. and Mrs. Glen Hartong and little son, Glen oÂ£ Toedo, Miss Irene Hartong of Iowa Falls, Miss Ruth Hartong, who caches at Odcbolt and Mrs. Fay and Mrs. Cooper and their families, attended. Works on New Station. EAGLE GROVE--Raymond Wiliamson, son of Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Williamson of this city, has been with other engineers of the General Electric company of Schenectady, New York, in charge of the enlargement of the Crosley radio station near Cincinnati, Ohio. Guests From Sanbom. CORWITH--Vlck Powers and lharlea Scace of Sanbom were guests at a. dinner bridge party at ;he Fay Scace home Thursday evening. Returns To Omaha. THOMPSON--Mrs. S. H. S wen- son of Omaha, who spent the Christmas holidays at the home of her mother, Mrs. James 'ElUckson, returned to lier home Thursday evening, accompanied by her nephew, Waldou Halverson, who Will spena New Year's at her home. Bridge Party Held. JOICE--Miss Evelyn Arneson had several friends from Like Mills and Joice come to her home Friday evening, to enjoy a bridge partv. Â·"'Â·. Visitors From Jefferson. T H O R N T O N -- M r . and Mrs. Leonard Peter, Jefferson, S. Dak., arrived-Wednesday for a visit with Mr. Peter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Peter. Guests From Iowa City. BRISTOW--Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Brunker of Iowa City are guests of the A. N. Morford family. Slumber Party Planned. GARNER--The 12 members of Delta, a junior federated woman's club, will hold the annual slumber party tonight with Delores Klook in her home just north the courthouse. PETERSON, 72, DIES AT DOWS Succumbs on Birthday; Wife ad 3 Children left by Iowa Pioneer. DOWS, Dec. 30.--Funeral services will be held Sunday afternoon in the Presbyterian church, the Rev. R. A. Brough in charge, for George H. Peterson, 72, who died Thursday night on his birthday. He had been quite feeble after the Influenza last winter and a heart attack came last Sunday from which he never entirely rallied. Mr. Peterson was born in Jefferson county, at Huntlngtonville, N Y., and came to Iowa with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Peterson, in 1869. His parents were among the first pioneers and settled at Aiden. Mr. Peterson was married to Miss Pearl Thomas and they lived on their farm southwest of Dows until a few years ago they moved to Dows. Mrs. Peterson survives him, also their three children, Lawrence ol Detroit, Guy, on the home farm near here and Mrs. Jack Mclntosh of Ida Grove. Two brothers are left, Charles F. Peterson in Florida and Fred H. Peterson, mayor oE Dows. Let's make 1934 the prime year of them all, chock-full of Happiness and Good Fortune for all our friends. HAPPY NEW YEAR EVERYONE! Klipto Loose Leaf Co. 15 SOUTH DELAWARE 'Â·! 1 S O L A C E TN tho bewilderment and grief attending th e loss of an endeared departed one, such attentive, sympathetic and understanding service as we render voices reverence, and devotion that the mourning family can cherish as a last tribute. McAuley Funeral Home Ambulanco Service Day and Night Thono 631 8 South Adams Aye. Sells 10* Head of Cattle. , GORDONSVILLE, Minn.--H. R. Buchanan sold and trucked 101 head of fat cattle to the Hormel Packing company at Austin on Thursday. Visitor From Northfield. FERTILE -- Ralph S u m m e r s , Northfield, Minn., is spending' Ms vacation as a. guest In the A. O. Oppedahl home. Closing Out Sale Held. MESBRVEY--W. F. Butz held a closing out sale at the farm Friday. A large crowd attended. Several Guests Entertained. S WALED ALE--Hiss Helen Stover of Cedar Falls, Miss Bertha Stover of Jesup and Harry Stover of Olwein are enjoying their vacation -with, their parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Stover. Guest From Lake View. Â· FERTILE--Mi 93 Esther Oppedahl, Lake View, is spending her vacation at the home, of .her parents,. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Oppe- d'ahl. Returns to Ccnterville. BRISTOW--Alwyn T. Stewart of Centervillo visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles S. Stewart, .returning to his home on Friday. tio to DCS Moines. MESERVEY--Mr. and Mrs. Clare Smith went on a trip to Des Moines and Omaha Friday. Attend Mother's Funeral. GORDONSVILLE, M I n n.--Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Holt and Mr. and Mrs Harris Holt drove to Silver Lake Friday to attend the funeral services for Mr. Holt's mother, who died Tuesday following a few days' illness. L Leaves for St. Paul. THORNTON--Miss Irma Dart left Tuesday for St. Paul to visit her brother and his wife, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Dart. Leave for Funeral. STACYVILLB--Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Wolf, Mrs. A. J. Green, Nick Halbach and Mrs. Peter Wolf left Thursday for Marytown, WIs., called there by the death of the latter's nephew, Joe Gueligr, 59. Mr. Guelig was president of the Farmers' and Merchants' hank at that place. League Bally Held. BURT--The Bpworth league had a sleigh ride, followed by an oyster stew in the church dining room. The league also entertained a sub- district rally at the church. Arrive From Blalrsto\vn. LEDYARD--Mr. and Mrs. Henry Blome of Beardstown, Bl., arrived Thursday to visit Mrs. Mary Poppe and other relatives here. Visitor From Macedonia, GARNER--Mr. and Mrs. Harry Higgina of Macedonia will visit inj the home 'of Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Ross Sunday. Keturn to Ottumwa. KANAWHA--Mrs. CJyde Milnes and son, Billy, returned to their home in Ottumwa today after a few days' visit at the home of her 'mother, Mrs. Thor Johnson, here. Guests From Chicago. CRYSTAL LAKE--Misa Gertrude Rasmussen of Chicago is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Rob Rasmussen of this place. Comes From Tills a. STACYVILLE--Robert Adams of Tulsa, Okla., is visiting here with his family. ' Guests From Clinton. BURT--Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Koestler and family, Clinton, are visiting Mr. Koestler's parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Koestler. Gueata From DM Moines. LEDYARD--Mrs. Gladys Pugsley and family and Miss Lumetta. Reece of Des Molnea are spending the week at the Pete Recce home. Family Reunion Planned. GARNER--Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Ross will have a reunion of the Uoss families at their home In Garner on New Year's day, which Is also tho birthday of Mr. Ross. Han Second Operation. LONEROCK--Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Roderick drove to DCS Moines where their daughter, Berneyce, Underwent a second operation at the Iowa Methodist hospital Home From Hospital. SCARVILLE--The Rev. Justin Peterson has returned to his home here after spending more than a wcek;at the Irish hospital in Forest -ity where he underwent an operation for appendicitis. First of 1'artles Held. BANCROFT--The first oÂ£ the winter card parties and dances given by the C. O. F. lodge at the Forester hall waa held Wednesday evening and a large crowd attended. Mrs. P. J. Schiltz and Harold Becker of Chicago won high scores in bridge while Mrs. Mike Droessler and L. J. Kockler received low. In five hundred Mrs. E. J. Schamme! and Elroy Hatten were awarded the high prizes and Mrs. LeRoy Schiltz and John Joe Wclp received low. Visiting in lies Moines. MANLY--Miss Lucille Culver, \.ho teaches at Atlantic, left Friday for Des Moines where she will spend the week-end with friends. Miss Culver spent the holidays with her brother, R. A. Culver and family. 40 Attend Program. NORA SPRINGS--About 40 were present Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Dey Reeds who with Mrs. James Racier and Mrs. Gene Scllon assisting, entertained the Open Door class and many guests. Mrs. T. J. Treloar read a story after roll call was responded to by members, giving a short sketch of some Bible character. Guests From Prescott. CORWITH--Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Brandt and son of Prescott are visiting at the.home oE her parents; Mr. and Mrs. M. R. Severns. KÂ«turn From Berkley. CHAPIN--Miss Elvera Olson and Lawrence Scott returned Thursday evening from several days' visit with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. Z. Olson, at Berkley. B. Lovllt 111. JOICE--B. Lovik, operator of a cafe here, has been confined to his bed the past weÂ«k. He has been suffering: with acute indigestion for some time. Entertains at Party. GRAFTON--Miss Berneice Rap- path entertained a 1 , a party Thursday evening. There were 12 guests and 500 was played. Visiting at Brighton. LUVERNE--Mrs. H. H. Phillips accompanied her sister. Miss Dorothy Helmick, ail Emmetsburg teacher to Brighton where they are spending the holidays with their mother. Leaves for Buslmell. MANLY--^Ruth Lichtenstien left Friday night for Bushnell, 111., to visit friends. Rutli, a student at Carthage college, Carthage, 111., has been visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. O..H. Lichtenstien. A'lsltor From Iowa City. ORCHARD--Mr. and Mrs. Maiborn Lewis and daughter, Miss Ruth, came from Iowa City to visit. . Itcrurns to DCS Moines. E.OCK FALLS--Mrs. Clara Sargent returned to her work at Des Moines after spending' several days with her mother, Mrs. Henry Brodrick and her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Uschkrat. MRS, FIELDS OF CRESCO IS DEAD Leaves Husband, 6 Children; Funeral Rites Sunday Are Announced. CRESCO, Dec. 30,--Mrs. C. E. Fields, 73, died at her home in Cresco Thursday evening after a lingering illness. She was born at Mclntira Nov. 16, 1860. She was married about 54 years ago to Charles E. Fields of Saratoga, who with six grown children survive; Lester R., and Sumner J., of Cresco and Morton Fields of Washington state; Mrs. Roy Salisbury of Cresco; Mrs. Li. A. Kellow and Mrs. L. C. Denoyelles, both of Cresco. Mrs. Fields was a lifelong member of the Baptist church. Funeral service will be held Sunday afternoon at the home, the Rev. Alexander Robertson, officiating, with burial at Oak Lawn ceratery. Improvements Made to Courthouse in Cresco CRESCO, Dec. 30.--Extensive improvements are being made in the basement of the Howard county courthouse at Cresco. Board floors arc being replaced with concrete, walls and ceilings are being replas- tered thus adding to the sanitary condition of some of these lower rooms. Other parts of the building- had previously undergone needed repairs, Including painting and a new fireproof roof. STow Year's ball in the club rooms Main street. Elks from various owns of Northeast Iowa are exacted to join the festivities. On Â·lew Year's day the Elks hold open Caffrey Named Successor. CRESCO, Dec. 30.--The board of supe.visors accepted Wednesday the resignation oÂ£ W. H. Tlllson as chairman of the Emergency "Relic! committee and the CWA and ap pointed as his successor, L. L. Cat frey. Johnson, 29, Dies at Dows; Funeral Monday DOWS, Dec. 30.--Willie Johnson, 20, dice! Thursday night at the farm home southeast oÂ£ Dows after a week's illness with erysipelas. Ho leaves five sisters and one brother, Mrs. Richard Rolene, Mrs. Amos Iiigebritson, Mrs. Henry Lekwa, Mrs. Shirley Bracken, Miss Lucy Johnson and Walter Johnson, all of Dows. The funeral will be held Monday afternoon ut the Lutheran church, the Rev. E. A. Duea in charge. Banquet Program Given. OSAGE, Dec. 30.--The annual banquet of the St. Johns Lutheran Young People's society was held Thursday night. Miss Hulda Trogo read a newspaper consisting of burlesque items concerning the guests. The evening was spent in playing games. The Rev. F. A. Braucr is pastor. Decorah Elks Host to Many Visitors at Bal DECORAH, Dec. 30.--The B. P 0. E. lodge of Decorah will be hos to visiting Elks this evening at house, an annual custom, and also Initiate 41 candidates. Floyd Thompson, Chicago, exalted grand ruler of the national lodge, will speak at the Initiation. Happy New Year, EVERY ONE! 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