Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on February 20, 1931 · Page 18
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Mason City, Iowa
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Friday, February 20, 1931
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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE FEBRUARY 20 1931 IOWA FACULTY MEMBERS TO SPEAK AT ALUMNI BANQUETS IT MEANS SO MUCH MORE TO OWN PERFECT DIAMONDS *5O Ota cupenor quality t£« Five fine quality di- emooda arranged in thu IcJfea rirtg wrought in I8K wtite gold br designed ladies ring of 16K whits gold '100 · Another dist inc I tvc tJe- Kgn vntb Kven well rnatched clear brilliant Why We Ask You to C O M P A R E Y OU want to g6t the best value your money can buy "that's natural. We em' phasiae COMPARE "because we have found that OUT merchandise improves by comparison. Compare these values TODAY" convince yourself that they are worth more than we ask. Compare our liberal credit system " it's easier - - simpler - - more convenient NolionaHy «A- vertiBed wrist vatch for ly* vitKfina 15 Jew- ci movement Tta: ntw baguette vrntcb vritK 15 Jewel movement that mil ghrc tatxefactSon $24-75 539.50 YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD Pay As Little As $1.00 A Week Livergood Bros. JEWELERS HO North Federal Ave. HERE AND THERE * * » * » » Miscellaneous Items From 100 Globe-Gazette Correspondents in North Iowa and Minnesota Fred Ehlebracht 111. RUDD--Fred Ehlebracht is quite ill. Goes to Des Moines. MARBLE ROCK--Mrs. Russell Smith went to Des Moines Wednesday to attend the concert given by Johanna Gladski. Quality Club Meets. THORNTON--The Quality club met at the home of Mrs. W. V. Crapser Wednesday. Mrs. Mell Bowen and Mrs. Crapser served. Tho club voted to give $10 to the Red Cross for the drought relief fund. Will Take Over Cafe. CLARKSVILLE--Mr. and Mrs. Glen Grapp will take over the slock and business of the cafe now operated by Henry Miller and Forrest Wilson on March 1. Mr. and Mrs. Grapp owned and operated the cafe a year ago. Arrive from Montana. GLENVILLE; · Minn.--Mr. and Mrs. Jim Booen, Montana, arrived here Wednesday evening. They were called here on. account of the serious illness of Mr. Booen's mother, Mrs. Robert Booen. Demonstration Is Planned. DUMONT--Dr. Hobson and part of his scout troop at Hampton will furnish a demonstration at the P. T. A. program Friday evening at the school auditorium. It is hoped we can organize the boy scouts here. Recovers From Operation. MARBLE ROCK--Mrs. Andrew Carney has so far recovered from an appendicitis operation at the Cedar Valley hospital, Charles City, as to be taken to the come of her aunt, Mrs. Dan Barth. Come From Albin. MARBLE ROCK--Mrs. Ed Bunting, Mr. and Mrs. Gus Bunting, Rudolph Bunting and Miss Shultz of Albia, S. Dak., are guests of the former's daughter, Mrs. Will Ewald and family. Jofm'Lewke Improves. RUDD--John Lewke is slightly improved from his recent severe injury. . Submits to Operation. AREDALE--Charles Norley* was operated on Tuesday for a ruptured appendix at the Luthern hospital at Hampton. Progress Is Shown. THORNTON--John Hartwig, an implement dealer here held a demonstration Tuesday showing the changes that are taking place iu farm operating equipment. Sterling Grocery Department I wish to announce that the Sterling Grocery No. 1 and Sterling Grocery No. 2 have no connections whatever with the Sterling Department Stores. I simply rent the basement for No. 1 store and pay cash rent each month to the Sterling Department Stores. At Sterling Grocery No. 2 we own our own location. A lot of erroneous reports are being circulated to the effect that I, Luke B. Miller, am busted and in the hands of a receiver. The next report that I hear of along this line, I will take the party making the report into court and make him prove it. I can buy and sell 99% of the people that are making such reports. LUKE B. MILLER, U. S. A. YOUR IOWA One Interesting Fact Every Day Ah out the State You Are Proud to Call Your Own! During 1930 12,180,000 hogs were shipped from Iowa. Estimates of the hog production for this perio'd placed the total value at §275,660,- )00. Local slaughter was estimated at 100,000 head and farm slaughter at 400,000. 4-H Lenders Meet. KENSETT--The leaders of the county 4-H club are met at the home of Mrs. A. Fenny, Kensett township Thursday afternoon. The study included principles of interior decorating. Attend Rites at Waverly. CLARKSVILLE -- The Bruce Hickle family attended the funeral of Mrs. Hickle's grandfather, Jacob Epley at Waverly, Mr. Epley was a Civil war veteran and his age waa 86 years. Van Riper Improves. DUMONT--Jerry Van Riper, 88, Civil war veteran who fell and fractured his hip 4 weeks ago, is able to sit in a rocker part of the day. Are From Chicago. PLYMOUTH--Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Chehock of Chicago are here visiting Mr. Chehock's parents, Mr. and i Mrs. John Chehock. They stopped enroute to their home from California. Return From Trip. GRAFTON--Mr. and Mrs.' Joe Johannes returned from their wedding trip which they spent at various points in Minnesota. They will live in town until March 1 when they will move on the bride's farm south of town.. May Meet Weekly. PLYMOUTH--The S. Union social circle met at the home of Mrs. Emil Glassel Wednesday evening. Cards formed the diversion of the evening. The circle may be held weekly instead of bi-weekly from now on. Visit With Daughters. WHITTEMORE--Mra.-M. C. Weir and Mrs. William Higgeus went to Sioux City Thursday where they, will visit i a few days with their daughters,' Patricia Weir and Rosella Higgens, who are taking nurses' training. , Move Near Rucld. · GRAFTON--Mr. and Mrs. August Bock and family are moving to their farm near Rudd this week. Mrs. Hartwig Leaves. PLYMOUTH--Mrs. Art Hartwig of St. Ansgar, after spending several days at the home of her brother, Ed Tretten in assisting in the care of Mrs. Tretten, returned to her home. Essay Contest Planned. ALLISON--A meeting of the W. C. T. U. was held at the home of Mrs. W. H. Nicholas Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. O. L. Whitlatch, leader. Plans were completed to sponsor an essay contest. Entertains at Orchard. ORCHARD--Mrs. Harold An- o'rews and Mrs. Ceylan Cole entertained a -number of women at .her home east of town Wednesday evening. A luncheon was served. Five hundred was played. Mrs. Lancy Lewis won first prize and Mrs. Ivan 5ewright consolation. Dies in California. DOUGHERTY--Relatives h e r o received word Wednesday of tlie death of their brother-in-law, John Keane, at Monrovia, Cal. Mrs. Keane was formerly Mae Geary of this place. Sister Dies In Wisconsin. GARNER, Feb. 20.--Mrs. E. J. Steil left for Muscoda, Wis., called by the death of her sister. leaves for Dubuque. GARNER, Feb. 20.--Fred Becker left Thursday for Dubuque and Savannah, 111., where his wife has been visiting the past week. They will return the first of the week. Given Fnrewelt Party. PLYMOUTH--A farewell party was given Mr. and Mrs. Ray Byington and daughter, Ruth, by neighbors and friends. The Byington family is moving to a farm in Minnesota. Station to Be Built. . KIESTER, Minn.--Kieater will have a new service station. Work will start soon. The corner lot by the creamery has been leased from Charles Rady. The Cities Service of Albert Lea will build the station. Ice Is Stored. GARNER--Fred Becker stored 300 tons of ice. He trucked the supply froni Clear Lake. Return to Home. « PLYMOUTH--Mr. and Mrs. William Peck and small son of LaPorte City who visited Mrs. Peck's father and mother, Mr. and Mrs. A. W Byingrton, for several days, returned to their home. Leave for Colorado. ALLISON--Mr. and Mrs. O. S Ransom left Allison for Colorado Springs, Colo., where it is hoped that the climate will prove beneficial to Mrs. Ransom's health. They plan to spend two months there. Will Live nt Orchard. ORCHARD--The Ed Barrett resi dence will be occupied by Fred Denning. His family will arrive frorr their former home in Fayette abou' March 1. Committees Arc Appointed. FREDERICKSBURG -- At th February meeting of the local Par ent-Teacher association committee were appointed. Ill With Pneumonia. THOMPSON--Wayne Alqulst, 18 son of Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Alquist i 111 with pneumonia. Bridge Game Played. CLARION--Miss Olive Grenoble ntertained the Kill Kare club at he home of Mrs. Elmo. Young Tues- ay evening. Miss Carrie Shilington and Miss Esther Worra won prizes n the several contests and games ilayed. Taken to Hospital. GOLDPIELD--Hans Christenson, armor living near here was taken o the Mercy hospital at Ft. Dodge vhere he underwent an operation. Founder Is Honored. PLYMOUTH--The monthly meet- ng the Woman's Christian Temperance union was held Thursday after- oon with Mrs. Harry Hill. Mrs. Tohn Brower led the lesson on ^ranees E..Willard, founder and organizer of the union. Comes From Bricelyn. ROCK FALLS--Kay Lair, Brice- yn, Minn., 4, grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Jesae Lair, came Thursday and vill make an indefinite stay with hem while his mother at Rochester, Minn. Birthday Is Celebrated. ALEXANDER--Everet and Ches- :er, Eleanor and ^Esther Missman of Woden came Wednesday evening to e present at the birthday party in lonor of their cousins, Willard and Vilbur Latham, it being-the boy's nineteenth anniversary. Returns From Funeral. ALGONA--Dr. and Mrs. W. D. Andrews were called to Kirksville, Mo., by the death of Mrs. Andrew's mother, Mrs. S. M. Swanson. Dr. Andrews returned Wednesday but Mrs. Andrews will remain a week more. Visit in Marblo Rock. MARBLE ROCK--Mr. and 'Mrs. dooberry of Peoria, .HI., are guests of their son, John Mooberry and amily. Cashier Is 111. KENSETT--Arthur Borth, cashier af the Kensett bank, has been ill the past week with inflammatory rheumatism. Mr. Groe of Northwood is aking his place at the bank. Will Attend Legislature. CLARKSVILLE--J. M. Ramsey and daughter, Mrs. R. E. Anderson, have gone to Des Moines. Mr. Ramey will attend the sessions of the egislature, Mrs. Anderson will visit her husband's relatives. Son Is Adopted. DUMONT--Mr. .and Mrs. Paul Ford have adopted a boy, 3, from he Soldier's Home at Davenport. They have no other children- Leaves Hospital. MARBLE ROCK--Sylvan Hilder- jrand who has been Ul with mastoid trouble for the past four months has returned from a Water- oo hospital. Returns to Minnesota. RUDD--Jake Bohlen returned to ils home at Saint Hilaire, Minn., after a visit with his son, Harm, and family and other relatives. Mrs. Mend Entertains. AREDALE--Mrs. Maurice Mead entertained the Better Nag club at her home Wednesday afternoon. A patriotic program was given. Serve Luncheon. TITONKA--Circle No. 1 of the VIethodist ladies aid served a Mar:ha Washington luncheon in the casement of the M. E. church Fri day afternoon. Mrs. John Pink is chairman o£ this circle. Drama League Organized. MARBLE ROCK--The young persons of the Bethel Baptist church have organized a "Christian Drama League." Are Parents of Son. GOLDFIELD--Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Davies are parents of an eight jound son born on Monday, Feb. IB. e has been named James Harry. Return to Lfikottt. LAKOTA--Mr. and Mrs. W. E. utnecht returned from several days stay at Minneapolis, where :hey attended a hardware dealers convention. Missionary Gives Talk. ROCK FALLS--Judd Perkins, a returned missionary from India who spent 20 years there, gave a talk on India before the schools in the auditorium Thursday afternoon. Valentino Party Held. ALEXANDER--Miss Verne Alfreds entertained at her home at a valentine party for members of the school faculty and the senior class. There were 32 present. $400 Iti Relief Expected. OSAGE, Feb. 20. -- Birchard Brush, treasurer for the Red Cross in Mitchell county believes that by the close of this week he will have more than ifiOO from Mitchell county to turn in at drought relief headquarters. Shufflers Club Meets. CLARION--Mrs. Rueben Mickelson was hostess to the Shufflers club. Bridge prizes went to Mrs. Lloyd Strom and Mrs. J. B. Fleming. Bureau Women Meet. FERTILE--The Fertile township Farm Bureau women met with Miss Vander Kraam, home demonstration leader at Mra. Louise Severson's home. The lesson xvas on "Diet for the School Child." Annual Dinner Held. ROCK FALLS--The L. U. G. A club members held their annual dinner Thursday at the home of Mrs, William Brockel, three miles south, where they entertained their husbands and children. Goes to Studies. ALGONA--Francis Illg left for St. Paul where he is studying for the priesthood. Go to Rochester. CORWITH--Mrs. R. L. Whit taker and Mrs. L. W. Escher wen to Rochester, Minn., Thursda; where they will enter the Mayo clinic for examination. OSAGE COURT TO START MONDAY Only One Criminal Case Is Listed; M. H. Kepler to Be Judge. OSAGE, Feb. 20.--The February term of district court opens Monday with M. H. Kepler as presiding judge and R. B. Holder, reporter. There is one criminal action on tht docket, that of state of Iowa vs. Ray Warburton, Riceville, on a liquor charge. There is one divorce action, Pearl Jester vs. Earl Jester, and I 52 other cases, mostly matters o£ law. Judge Kepler will not be able to be present until Tuesday. The naturalization candidates will be examined Tuesday morning, applicants being Rudolph Kaman, Mitchell, Mrs. Alida Duponchecle, St. Ansgar, at rehearing; Aage Johanns Pederson, Anton Pajer, Mitchell and Axel Kristian and Henry Hansen, St. Ansgar. D rogram Is Prepared by Leland Farm Bureau LELAND, Feb. 20.--A meeting of -he Forest township Farm Bureau will be held at the schoolhouse in jeland Tuesday evening, Feb. 24. Carrol Carson will give a Farm Bureau review and George Jorgenson vill discuss congressional topics. Winners in the local declamatory contest will give readings and a )lay by members of the Newton ownship Farm Bureau will be giv- LEAVES W1NNEBAGO Contract Decision Given Gingery at Eagle Grove - EAGLE GROVE, Feb. 20.--The case of John Gingery of Webster 7ity vs. Mrs. Charles. Smith of Sagle Grove was decided in favor of ;he plaintiff in Judge Fry's court Wednesday. The suit was brot to "orce the fulfillment of- contract. Mrs. Smith had signed a contract ibr the purchase of a house and two ots in Eagle Grove from Gingery tor 51,500, and had paid $100 to Dind the bargain. 167 Attend Eagle Grove Father and Son Banquet EAGLE GROVE, Feb. 20.--At the father and sou banquet at the Methodist church Wednesday evening 167 were served. The program followed the theme: Sunday school and, church attendance! The president's address was given by George DeForest. The tpastmaster was Charles Wentz. Speakers were Russell Blue, Clint Fraser, J. W. Sanford, Ronald Prehm nnd Dr. Einer Johnson. A debate was held, .in which the participants were Dale McCulloch, W. P. Clark, Morris Fuller and Millard Brown. THOMPSON, Feb. 20.--H. C. Aaberg, county agent for' the past five years In Winnebago county, -resigned to operate a 240 acre farm in Pocahontas county and to do farm management work, effective March 1. Mr. Anberg was graduated from Iowa state college In 1924 and came directly to Winnebago county to supervise the Lake Mills-Scarvllle cow testing association. School Directors at Decorah to Be Named DECORAH, Feb. 20.--The annual meeting of the Independent' school district of Decorah will be held at the city hall on March 9, a director will be elected to succeed Ed Bailey for a term 'of three years and onu to succeed Mrs. L. K. Knight and a treasurer to succeed Ed Haines for a two year period. The report of .the treasurer shows that for tho past year there has been $22,824.60 received from tuition and $5G,974.6l from the county treasurer. Winners in Garner Declam Are Given GARNER, Feb. 20.--The North Iowa quadrangular declamatory contest was held here Wednesday night. In the oratorical division, Morris Givens, Clear Lake, placed first; Loran Hadley, Belmond, second. Dramatic: Virginia Landsberg, Britt, first; Winnifred Hampel, Garner, second. Humorous: Aileen Gibbs, Belmond, first, Dorothy Foster, Britt, second. Is Hurt Near Goodell. GARNER, Feb. 20.--Halger Elling suffered two fractured ribs when a gaa pipe struck him while engaged in work for. the Missouri Gas Pipe Line company near Goodell Wednesday. 14 ASSIGNMENTS ALREADY MADE President Jessup Will Be Speaker Before Group in Mason City; IOWA CITY, Feb. 20.--Message? from the University of Iowa will be delivered to alumni groups thru? out the state and middlewest by faculty members commissioned a3 official emmissaries to National low^ Night banquets within, the next three weeks. Fourteen assignments already have been made, it is reported by F. G. Higbee, alumni secretary. Thg majority of the banquets celebrating the eighty-fourth, anniversary of the university's founding will ba held March 2. .;; This is the schedule to date! President Walter A. Jessup, Mason City; Edward Bartow,. chemistry, Peoria, 111.; Herbert Martin, philoa^ ophy, Indianapolis, Ind.; Edward H. Lauer, physical education, OmahaJ Frederic G. Higbee, Columbus, OhioJ George D. Stofldard, child welfare, Winterset; Raymond B. Kittredge, engineering, Estherville; Burton Ai Ingwersen, football coach, Cherokee; Elmer A. Hills, commerce, Sao City; Rufus H. Fitzgerald, fine arts, Dubuque; Paul C. Packer, education, Sioux City; Robert E.-Rienow* dean of men, Maquoketa; Fred JMt Pownall, publications, Centervilie, and Bruce E. Mahan, extension di« vision, Albia; Two at Whittemore Are Unable to Get Out of Car Following Accident WHITTEMORE, Feb. 20.--When returning home from town, Mil and Mrs. Nic Redding slowed to let a .car going north pass. As thej! started to make a turn to the east a car came from the rear and hooked their bumper throwing theil car into the ditch. They were un , able to get out as the doors wer« | jammed and were compelled to wait / until another car came and released [ them. Larson and Hart Speak I at Meeting in Rockford« ROCKFORD, Feb. 20.--The Rock-1] ford commercial club held its reg-j ular meeting Tuesday evening in the i: I Masonic hall. Circle B of the Meth! odist ladies aid society served dinv ner. Attorney Erwin Larson, Char!es,jB City, gave an address on "Worldfjl Politics," and W. O. Kart, ·m/yVvJ|i of the Farmers'' Mutual Tefep.^'^ company, Nora Springs, gave av/ tory of the telephone company^'"* Iowa Man Hangs Hhnself. COUNCIL BLUFFS, Feb. 20. --Jens P. Paulsen, 50, car checker, "^\ hanged himself at his home yester- ,t day assertedly because of ill health. / SATURDAY! LAST PAY! of the Sensational SALEofFULL-FASHIONED ALL-SILK 45 and 48 GAUGE! $1.50 to $1.95 QUALITIES! Grenadines! Semi-Service! Chiffons! Service! Featured in Ten of the Favored Colors! 2 Pairs. .$1.50 | 4 Pairs. .$2.90 | Don't Miss This! Never before . . . and perhaps never again ... hose of these qualities at such a price-It is only because we bought the surplus of a large Des Moines store that this is possible. Saturday Is the last day--you can't afford to lose out on It! Trade Ufoere You Do the Best

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