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EIGHT MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, JANUARY 30 · 1937 State Commander Speaks to Meeting of Worth · County Veterans. ROCKWELL--A crowd of 200 gathered at a dinner Friday night, sponsored by Gallaghei post of the American Legion, in honor of Alvin Tageson, 16, Rockwell, who rescued a small boy last fall who was drowning. Attorney F. B. Shaffer of Mason City was the master of ceremonies. The address of welcome v given by Mayor W. B. Bruce. Joe Mullin sang a song. Presentation of the award to the youth was made by John Cahill. Alvin was given a wrist watch, receiving this · distinction with modesty. Frank Miles, editor of the Iowa Legionaire,. gave the main address, speaking on "Americanism. He stressed the value of a true patriotic spirit and the desire to serve one's fellow man, using the heroic incident of Alvin as an example- He paid special tribute to the boy. who saved Donald Curley, son of Mr. and Mrs. James Curley. About 200 Legionnaires E Rockwell citizens attended the dinner. Alvin is the son of Mr and Mrs. John Tageson. 150 Attend Meeting-. MANLY--A crowd of 150 attended the Worth county American Legion and Auxiliary meeting at the high school auditorium a Manly Friday night. G. M. Brown, state commande: of the American Legion, gave thi main address, touching on variou: phases o£ the state program, including graves registration, junioi baseball; highway safety, nations defense. Father O'Leary, who gave the opening prayer, told of the veterans' hospital where he served as chaplain. Vic Stueland of Fores City,-talked on highway safety. A safety forum was conducted by J. J. Burnett' assistant chief inspector of the driver's license division, assisted by Highway Patrolmen Edgar Faber and Robert Reese. The meeting then adjourned .to the Legion hall where refreshments were served and dancing enjoyed. Winning Play Given : .at Kanawha Is Named KANAWHA--The one act play contest of the Kanawha high school was held Thursday evening at the Primary school build.- ing. This contest is to take the place of the county declamatory contest. First place was given to the play, "Dinner Bell." The cast included La Vonne Wicks, Esther Hewlett, Vance Basher-, James Cooper, Edward Schroeder, Thelma Anderson, Peggy Muhm and Florence Brummond. The play will be given at the sub-county contest at Goodell. The cast for the play "Mushrooms Coming Up," included Wilrna Brand, Maurine Engstrom, Ruth Mary Edson, Earleen Dale, Betty Freerksen and Gene Knoll. The cast for the play "Gas" was Doris Davis, Wayne Yeakel, Lawrence Espc, Lois Lein, Bernard Evickson anc Francis Burnham. Ridgeway Winners in Declam Are Announcec RIDGEWAY -- The Ridgeway high school held its home declamatory contest at the loca auditorium Thursday evening Paul Nagel of Cresco acted a critic judge. The following won first and second place: Oratorical Naomie Anderson; dramatic, Irene Hove, Dorothy Mae Mae Gordon humorous, James Soukup, Ruby Aga. Those who won first plac. in the contest will take part ir Hie sub-county contest, whicl will be held at the local schoo auditorium on Feb. 4lh. School competing in this contest will b .Burr Oak, Spillville, Ft. Atkin son and Ridgeway. All of our fine fruits," says a expert, "are the result of graft ing." Yes, and some of our fines family trees were started tha wayr--Fountain Inn (S. Car. Tribune. "They're Grand" "My ma and dad take me tc the Jefferson on Sundays anc we have the grandest dinners The chicken's great--I lik their vegetables, and wha rolls and pies. Just makes you hungry to see all the good things." '/I ORDERS FOR CHILDRE Jefferson Coffee Shop at the BUS depot AMERICAN LEGION SESSIONS HELD AT ROCKWELL, MANLY BOY HONORED FOR RESCUE HERE -AND THERE :-: Miscellaneous Items From 125 Globe-Gazette Correspondents in North, Iowa and Minnesota Given Farewell Parly. BUFFALO CENTER--Members of the Women's Community club held a farewell parly for Mrs. William Becker at her home Friday afternoon. Mrs. Becker was formerly president of the club and is moving to Burt where her husband will be employed. Dance Club IMcels. MANLY--The Midnight Dance club held a dance at the I. O. O. F. hall Tuesday evening. On the committee were Mesdames S. S. Westly, G. S. Westly, William Gon- ners, C. M. Sorensen and Mrs. Brown. 100 Attend Benefit. CLARKSV1LLE--A company of 100 attended the Rebekah benefit card party at the I. O. O. F. hall Wednesday. August Sieling and Mrs. Arthur Snick won the 500 high score favors and Donald Davis and Mrs. Frank Landes wen high score favors at bridge. Given Farewell Party. WHEELERWOOD -- The Busy Bee club and neighbors met at the Henry Tuche home for a farewell dinner. A large crowd attended. The Tuche family is moving March 1 to a farm near Grafton They have lived in this same plact north of Wheelerwood 18 years. Leaves for Lincoln. FERTILE ---Lila Sheimo left Saturday for Lincoln, Nebr., aftei spending a week at the home o her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. O Sheimo. She resigned her positioi as home economics instructor in the Minden, Nebr., high school to accept a government appointmen in the rural rehabilitation department as state supervisor of home economics in Nebraska. Meetings Are Held. MANLY--Mrs. Oliver Kay Hoiden entertained the Bethel Missionary society at her home Thursday evening. The Bethel Ladies Aid met at the home of Mrs. Lee Mensch Wednesday afternoon. Th_ group donated $20 to flood relief fund at the meeting. Visitor From Cylinder. LITTLE CEDAR--Mr. and Mrs Carroll Knapp and baby of Cylinder visited at the parental E. B. Knapp home several days this week. Mr. Knapp is enjoying a week's vacation from his duties at manager of the Smith Lumber ard at Cylinder. illoi-e From Nora Springs. PLYMOUTH--E. F. Wyborny noved from a farm near Nora Springs to the one he recently 'ought two miles southeast of own. Will Discuss Electrification. MANLY--There will be a rneet- ng at the Manly high school on ural electrification Thursday eve- .mg, Feb. 4. Mr. Van Flack will iscuss rural electrification setup. He is a member of the agricultur- 1 engineering department. Will Tell of China. OSAGE--Dr. Frank W. Court, strict superintendent of the lethodist church of Waterloo win how 2,500 feet of moving picture ilm here at the Methodist church Sunday night illustrating his trip hrough China. Honored by Club. MANLY---The B. B. Birthday club was entertained by Mrs. Chris ^orenson at her home Wednesday evening honoring Mrs. Ray Fields TJianksfflCreriHe: Planned ROWAN--The Women's Home Missionary society met with Mrs W. H. Whitten Wednesday afternoon for their regular meeting Mrs. E. Albro had charge of the program. Plans were discussed fo thankoffering. Works in Vincent. ROWAN--Bob Farran has been working in Vincent as relief operator for the past two weeks. Ill at Hanlontown. HANLONTOWN--P. O. Peterson is ill at his home one mile northeast of town and Dr. J. E Colby is suffering an attack of illness, thought to be an attack o penumonia. Delegates to Convention. LELANt)--Norman Lackore, H D. Branstad, Clarence Carlson an* O.' J. Olsori are attending the grain dealers convention .at De Mojries as delegates from the local organization, Suffers Burns From Steam. OSAGE--Mrs. Edwin Parsons is nursing a painfully burned arm received while assisting at the church supper at the Baptist church. -Her left arm was scalded when she lifted the cover of the boiler in which the-coffee was being made. The arm has had to be lanced several times. Meets at Overbeek Home. ROCKWELL--The project women of Bath No. 9 met at the home of Mrs. John Overbeek Tuesday afternoon where a lesson on unusual vegetable cookery was given by Mrs. Cecil Avise. At the close of the meeting refreshments were served by the hostess. The next meeting will be in February with Mrs. Ed Bergman. 20 Entrants in Contest. NORA SPRINGS--The amateur nights which the Commercial club and (he American Legion are sponsoring and for which they are offering $150 in prizes now have 20 entrants who may be individuals or organizations. 5250 Sent to-Flood Area. SWEA CITY--To date Swea City and community raised $250 for flood relief. This has been dispatched and more contributions flowing in. A large shipment of clothing has been contributed. Visit in Illinois. BRITT--Mr. and Mrs. Shotwell Higdon are visiting with relatives at Paxton, III. They went to attend thn f u n e r a l of Mrs. Higdon's brother, Alex Salstrom. BRYANT, 78, OSAGE, DIES Formerly Lived in Floyd; 3 Brothers, 3 Sisters Are Survivors. OSAGE--Wilford.E. Brvant, 78, died Friday night at the home of VIrs. Ann Chapman, where'he had been cared for. He was ill for a week, suffering from heart disease and complications.. Born near Waukon, he came to Mitchell county at the age of 16. A wife and daughter preceded him in death. He had lived in Floyd until his recent illness. Surviving are three brothers, Cassius of Osage; John of Charles City and Frank of Mason City, and three sisters, Mrs. Aimee Westfall, Mrs. Ruby Bartlett of Charles City and Mrs. Fred Miller of Osage. Chauncey Burtch, 79, died Thursday night in his home in Sioux Falls, S. Dak. Burial will be at Osage at 2 o'clock Sunday afternoon, He was born and reared here. Early. Papers of North Iowa EDITOR'S NOTE: The following is one of a scries of articles on North Iowa newspapers from 1836-1870, Cleaned from a bulletin of the University of Iowa extension division. EiMiMEX COUNTY Northern Vindicator was the first paper in Emmet county and one of .the first in northwestern Iowa when it was begun Dec. 14, 1868, by Eaton Northrop and O. C. Bates. Northrop was succeeded in 1869 by Frank A. Day. The paper had become the Vindicator-Republican by 1870, either bynvhim of the owner or because of consolidation with an unrecorded previous paper called the Republican. K. N. A. Officers Installed. NORA SPRINGS -- The Royal STeighbors installed officers with Mrs. Lizzie Cannon as installing officer. Mrs. Vance is oracle. Af- er the installation a program of nusic, readings and a play was iven. Hostess (o Rebckiihs. GARNER--Mrs. Paul Elling and Mrs. Edwin Greiman entertained members of the Rebekah circle in he home of Mrs. Elling Friday. Return From Humeston. BRITT --.Mr. and Mrs. Ralph 3ahl and two daughters returned rom Humeston where they visited ler parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Throckmorten. Leave for South. CALMAR--Carl Meyer and J. Straddlei- left for a six weeks' trip throughout the southern states. Will Meet Monday. NORA SPRINGS--The American Legion Auxiliary wilt meet Monday evening at the home of Mrs. Paul E. Ariz. Hostesses at Luncheon. GARNER -- Mrs. C. L. Strate, Mrs. G. A. Bcmis and Mrs. M. L Tweedt were co-hostesses Thursday to the members of the Bid and Bye club at a luncheon in the home of Mrs. Strate. Mrs. Olson won high and Mrs. Belle Quintus third high score at bridge. This was-the first of three luncheons to be- held during the club year. At O. E. S. School. BRITT--Mrs. John Hammill and Mrs. Lenz went to Ames Tuesd to attend the Eastern Star schoo of instruction. Will Meet Wednesday NORA SPRINGS--The Woman Missionary society of the Evangelical church will meet Wednes day afternoon at the home of Mrs David Lang. Nora Springs Churches Join in Flood Relie NORA SPRINGS--A meeting was held at the P. G. and E. office Thursday afternoon by representatives of church organizations and clubs to pledge funds for the Red Cross' ''- --' " Two to assist hundred funds oh hand flood sufferers dollars In the of thi treasur; were sent at the first call and more is being sent as it is paid in Several have been soliciting funds and they have met an immediate response. 61 st Anniversary of Couple Celebratec NORA SPRINGS -- Mr. ant Mrs. John Feslle celebrated tlicii sixty-first wedding annivcrsarj Wednesday at their home. Theii two daughters, Mrs. C. E. Kluver and Mrs. Carl Thompson who live here, were in charge of the observance. Mrs. Hovell Is Head of Aid Society at Manly MANLY--Mrs. Dave Thompson and Mrs. Richard Williams entertained the Catholic Ladies guild at the home of Mrs. Thompson Thursday evening. Officers electee were: President, Mrs. Joe Hovel! vice president, Mrs. Louie Due- las; secretary, Mrs. Lloyd Strand treasurer, Mrs. Anton Sobolik. Friends Are Entertained. LITTLE CEDAR--Mr. and-Mrs. Willis Barenz entertained a group of friends at a card parly in their lome Thursday evening, Mrs. Albert Hultman received the prize for the highest score and Mrs. Vir;il Schuchart for the lowest. Arrive From Rapids. DUMONT--Mrs. Forest Clemens and daughter, Barbara, came Wednesday from Cedar Rapids to help care for her mother, Mrs. Will Hutchison, who is slowly recovering froni a third stroke. Officers Are Elected. BRITT--The Glenn circle of King's Daughters held election of officers at the home of Inez Lacock. Charlotte Lacock is president; Mary Fitzgerald, vice president, and Betty Anderson, secretary-treasurer. Visit at St. Paul. RAKE--Ervin Hatverson, Oren and Glen Halverson, and Marion Kalverson are visiting relatives in St. Paul and at the Ed Dahl home at Clear Lake, Wis. Will Meet Thursday. ROCKWELL The ladies' aid society of the Baptist church met Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. A. J. Williams. Returns to Kingsbury. PLYMOUTH--J. L. Johanni re- turend to his home near Kingsbury, Ind., after a week's, visit with his daughter, Mrs. B. G. Hunt and sister-in-law, Cora Ward. Juniors Are Entertained. RUDD--The seniors entertained the juniors Thursday evening with sleighing party at Hock Grove. On their retnrn they enjoyed oyster stew at the home of Superintendent I. W. Edie. Meetings Are Announced. CARPENTER--The American Legion will meet Feb. 4 at the clubrooms and the American Legion Auxiliary will hold a meeting Tuesday at the home of Mrs. Merle .Nicholson with a pot lucfc lunch at noon. Visits in Chicago. PLYMOUTH--A. L. Frederick is visiting his son, Russell, and daughter, Mrs. Nellie Vosberg in Chicago. Submits to Operation. RUDD--August Moeller sub- nitted to an appendix operation at the Savre hospital in Osage .Vecincsday. William Kollman uffered a heart attack Thursday. OSAGE COURT OPENS FEB. 15 Mitchell County Session to Start With Judge Kepler Presiding. OSAGE--The February term of district court will begin here Feb. 15 with Judge M. H. Kepler presiding and R. E. Holder, court reporter. Following are the petit jurors: Borkhild Sorlie, Osage; N. R. Oulman, Riceville; Mildred Wardall, Riceville; Gladys .Greeley, Riceville; Ed Hemann, Mclntire; Ben Hemerich, Osage; Harold Sehult- heis, Osage; Lee Fritcher, St. Ansgar; Ray Blake, Stacyville; Conrad Myhre, Lyle; Charles Graves, Mitchell; Josephine Foster, Riceville; Ingwald Iverson, Osage; Bruce Lybarger, Osage; Jim Naden, Osage; Walter Harmon, Osage; Gunder Jellum, Osage; Ted Christiansen, Osage; Edmund Blake, Stacyville; Emma Willner, Riceville; Herbert Wagner, Mclntire; Harold Cawelti, St. Ansgar; C .E. Smalley, Orchard; Herman Blakestad, Otranto; John Mueller, Stacyville: Stannard Hill, Osage; Nick Spoden, Osage; Lloyd Odden, Rudd; Mex Johnson, Orchard; Fidel Lamm, St. Ansgar. Following are the grand jurors di'awn for the year 1937; Hugo Bublitz, S t . A n s g a r ; O s c a r Thompson, Lyle; Ray Rowe, Osage; Will Dickson, Osage; D. J. Clark, Orchard; Ole Wahl, Osage; L. E. Erdmann, Osage; Elmer Nicholson, Carpenter; Lloyd Bilharz, Orchard; Wilbur Myrtle, Osage; Robert Nyman, Osage; Tony Halbach, Stacyville. le is quiet. improving but must be Returns to New Jersey. T H O M P S O N -- M i s s Dorothy Dixson, teacher in the local high school, left by auto for Chicago inday morning. She took her sis- er, Mrs. Steinmetz to Chicago vhere she will continue by train p hei home at Jersey City, N. J. She has been visiting the past nonth with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Dixson at Plymouth. Teacher Begins Work. OTRANTO--Miss Joy Watkin:on of Cedar Falls began her du- ies as third and fourth grade teacher here. She fills the vacancy caused by resignation of Miss Stella Delbridgc. Illness Culs Attendance GENEVA--The Geneva township Farm Bureau women met Tuesday at the A. L. Roberts home. The president, Mrs. Earl Marty, was absent because of illness and only 8 other women were present. Return Form Waterloo ROCKWELL--Dr. J. F. Meany and Mrs. Meany spent a couple of days with relatives at Waterloo, returning home Friday. Arrive From Becker PLYMOUTH--Sherman Seeley and oldest son of Becker, Minn, arrived Thursday night at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs George B. Seeley. Mr. Seeley has No Damages Allowed in Northwood Case NORTHWOOD--A verdict for ;he defendant was returned by a iury Wednesday in the automobile damage suit of F. Ostem, a nonresident, against Glen' Pixley, farmer near Northwood. Ostem ,vas asking damages totaling about ?2,400 for injuries and suffering, ind damages to his car. Pixley claimed damages of approximately ·5200 in his counter claim but while :he verdict favored the defendant, no damages were allowed. The law irm of Breese Cornwell of Ma- 011 City, represented the plaintiff vitli Atty. H. D., Kepler of North- vood, and the law firm of Senneff, Bliss Senneff appearing 'or the defendant. Rites for Jay McPhail Are Conducted at Osage OSAGE--Funeral services were icld here at the Champion funeral lome Saturday afternoon at 2' o'clock for Jay McPhail, 56, who died Thursday afternoon at the 3 resbyterian hospital in Waterloo. He had been ill since Friday with jneumonia. Except for the past live years when he made his home in Waterloo Mr. McPhail spent his entire life in Mitchell county. Surviving are his widow and three sons, Lynn and Mervin McPhail of Waterloo and Reed McPhail of Osage; three sisters Mrs. Vet Emerson of Little Cedar Mrs. W, O. DeLaney of Stacyville Mrs. T. W. MoiTissey of Waterloo one brother, Al McPhail of Little Cedar. Burial will be in the Little Cedar cemetery. been with bedfast since last May a paralytic stroke and his aged wife, 81, does the homo work and helps with the care of hei h u s b a n d . ' Hostesses to Society · B U F F A L O CENTER--Mrs. Ben Sticnberg and Mrs. George Sticn- berg were hostesses to the Methodist Ladies' nid Thursday afternoon at the church 'parlors. A large crowd was present. Home From Hospitals CARPENTER--Mrs. Lloyd Hanson and infant daughter returned from the Nissen hospital, Osace Mrs. Fred Stchn and infant daughter returned to her home from the Park hospital. Mason City Return From Ellsworth. RAKE--Mrs. R. V. Stowe and Carmen returned Thursday from Ellsworth, where they visited Mrs Stowe's father, Joseph Anderson who had been ill. Dance Next Thursday ROCKWELL - T h e Rockwel uod and Gun club will give it.s third a n n u a l public dance at the '. V; . ' h a l 1 next Thursday night with music by Kelly's Han orchestra of Osage. Business f i r m s of Rockwell and Mnso» Cily have donated prizes aggregating $100 or more. T --William Vcscelius is in DCS Momcs at the Veterans' hospital where he is being treated foi arthritis. He expects to stay a couple of weeks. Return to Milwaukee ORCHARD--Mrs. Marvin Lockwood and daughter who have been visiting her-parents, Mr. and Mrs Charles Fink and other relatives returned to her home at Milwaukee, Wis., Thursday. Cast Removed From Lcir BRITT--Mrs. Guy Hinricks had the cast removed from her lee Tuesday. Her Uncc was badly injured in a f a l l last December. Kensett Student Gets St. Louis Honor Aware KENSETT -- Miss Myrtle A Glassel, H. N., who has been taking a five month course in-surgical technic at a hospital in St Louis Mo., received her degree Saturday. Miss Glassel was named honor student and will graduate with "distinction," as an outstanding student. She received her early training at the Mercy hospital in Mason City and is the daughlci of Mrs. Hannah Glassel. Mittag Named Head of Gordonsviile Creamery GORDONSVILLE, Minn.--Gor- donsviile business men served a hot lunch at the hall to creamer: patrons, . preceding the annua" meeting o£ the creamery association. The following officers were elected: President, August Mittag vice president, Chris Mellom; sec retary treasurer, Ira Barber; directors T. A. Johnson, Edwin Will F. H. Pierce and S. R. Buchanan Returns From Trip to West by Hitch Rout DUMONT--Eddie R. Perry, a deaf-mute, familiarly known a "Booky," returned from California by the hilcll-hikc route Thursday where he visiled the E. E. Ander .son f a m i l y nt Alhambra, forme Dumont hotel proprietor here, an his n u n l , Mrs. Lizzie Perry anc d.-uitfhter, R u t h , at Rosemead. Mrs. Perry formerly lived here. AVI 11 Give Opening Prayer. MANLY--The Rev. Paul Wuebben of St. Paul's Evangelical church has been invited to give an opening prayer at the Iowa house of representatives in the near future. Representative Claus Randall o£ Manly extended the invitation to-Mr. Wuebben. IOWA LEGISLATIVE BILLS INTRODUCED DBS MOINES, (/PJ--Bills in- roduced in the Iowa house and enate: HOUSEt H. F. 49--By Kuester--Provid- ng for yearly audit by slate ex- miner of all county, city, school .nd town offices, including special harter cities. H. F. 50--By Dressen--Prohib- ting the sale of fireworks or use xcept upon permission of city :ouncils or township trustees. H. F. 51--By Rasmussen--Re- vriting the state civil service laws o add all appointive officers and employees in towns of 75,000 or nore, including department clerks and bailiffs of muny courts, and excepting laborers and casual yorkers. To apply to police and 'ire chiefs upon reappointment rom present terms; applying op- ionally in cities of less than 5,000. H. F. 52--By Lovrien--Allow- ng }b mill levy for removal of ice and snow from streets in cities and towns. H. F. 53--By Burma--Permit- ing supervisors to buy and lease and for limestone quarries, and o operate them with relief labor and sell product in the counties. H. F. 54--By Peisen--To bar physicians from membership on oards of municipal hospital trusses, and to make city treasurers he treasurers of the hospitals. H. F. 55--By Peisen---Amend- ng machine gun act to define machine gun as any automatic gun with a 10 cartridge capacity cham- ' er. H. F. 56--By Peisen--Permit- .ing cities and towns to purchase and and buildings for hospitals and to levy purchase and remodeling taxes and to levy a retirement tax. H. F. 57--By Peisen--Adding phrase, "commercial services" to statute relating to and prescribing prohibition of unfair discrimina- ion. H. F. 58--By Davis of Madison --Requiring certification by state auditor to county auditors of costs 'or collestion for the care of wards of state institutions. H. F. 59--By Yager and others-permitting chiropractors to practice physical therapy; to raise educational requirements and to permit chiropractors to aid wards of state institutions. H. F. 60--By Beckler and others --Prohibiting railroads from abandoning or changing location of any shop or terminals without consent of the state railway commission. H. F. 61--By Hickenlooper--Al- owing city councils to grant bus "ranchises to street railway companies by simple majority vote instead of 40 per cent now required. H. F. 62--By Lookingbill--Legalizing Story county's use of insane fund for Story county home. H. F. 63--By Johnson of Buena Vista--Eliminates from statute the requirement of plaintiff of show- ng intent to destroy by competi- :or or creating monopoly, in unfair discrimination act. H. F. 64--By Sours and others --Creating state budget appeal board. SENATE: S. F. 82--By Gillette--Legalizing Milford Municipal electric light plant election and construction contract. S. F. 83--By Doran--Empowers city councils to appoint a mayor "pro tempore." S. F. 84--Angusline and others ---Prohibiting railway companies from changing the location oC any shop or terminal without consent of railway commission. Butler County Sends $610 to Flood Area ALLISON--The Butler county Red Cross sent $610.91 to national headquarters at St. Louis for the use of flood refugees in the east and south. Butler county's quota was fii-st set at $75 and then increased to five times that amounf. A telegram was received Friday asking that amount be increased and to send as much as possible. The money was contributed by individuals and organizations in the following towns: Greene, $125; Bristow, 584.50; Kesley, $46.25; New Hartford, $125.91; Shell Rock, $10; Aplington, $10; Dumont, $40; Aredale, $19.25; Parkersburg, $50; Allison, $100. Long Time Resident of Bncelyn Is Dead BRICELYN, Minn.--Mrs. A. E. Wilcox died at her home in Bricelyn late . Thursday. Mrs. Wilcox was 69 years of age. Mr. and Mrs. Wilcox have lived in Bricelyn since 1900, longer than any other residents. The funeral is to be held in the Bricelyn Baptist church on Sunday, with the Rev. A. M. Whitby officiating. Clarion Flood Relief Quota More Than Double CLARION--The Clarion Red Cross chapter, whose allotment for flood relief was $250, has already more than doubled its quota, Chairman D. L. Leonard announced Friday. Mr. Leonard reports that many clubs, organizations and farmers are donating freely. The Clarion organization includes Holmes, Rowan, Gait, and Dows and their surrounding territories. DONLON DIES IN NEW HAMPTON Formerly Fredericksburg. Justice; Rites to Be Held Monday. NEW HAMPTON -- Frank J. Donlon, 70, for many years justice of the peace at Fredericksburg, died Friday. Funeral services will be held Monday. F. J. Donlon was born in Little Falls, New York on July 8, 1866: the son of Michael and Anna Don- Ion. He was married to Hattie B.. Williams April 21, 18D7 at Waverly. For many years he operated a real estate office and served as justice of the peace in Fredericksburg. He moved to New Hampton a year ago. Surviving are Iris widow; one son, E. W. Donlon of Waverly, three daughters, Mrs. A. C. Juergens of Omaha, Nebr.; Mrs. Albert Marks of Davenport and Mrs.- Francis Alcock of Waverly, Mrs. Wade Taylor of Riceville Succumbs RICEVILLE--Mrs. Hattie Taylor, wife of Wade Taylor, died Friday at her home west of Riceville. Mrs. Taylor was the daughter -of an early Jenkins township family, the Charles Hinchcliffs, and .had spent her life in this neighborhood. She leaves, besides her husband, two sisters, Mrs. Elmer Mosher anct Mrs. Forest Crossm, both of Riceville. She was about 50 years of age. $460 Sent From Garner for Victims of Flood GARNER -- Contribution's for flood sufferers of S4BO have been sent from Garner. The Red Cross sent S280, the high school gave $18.85, the grade school gave $32 and the general public gave the remainder. The Duncan community will have a dance next Tuesday night and give the entire proceeds to tiie cause. Mitchell County Sends ' $1,306 to Flood Area OSAGE--Up to date, Mitchell county has sent $1,306.90 to the Red Cross headquarters to be used for the benefit of flood sufferers. Calmar Woman, 98, Enjoys Fine Health CALMAR--Mrs. Pcikart whn makes her home here with her son, the Rev. A. S. Peikert, celebrated her ninety-eighth birthday. Mrs. Peikert enjoys excellent health and is able to be up and around all of the time. She attends mass daily at St. Aloysius church, a short distance from her home. Throughout the day a large number of friends called and extended congratulations to her. Ackley Man Will Work m Cario Flood Area ACKLEY--Joe Turner, head of the Illinois Central track crew, has been called to Cairo, 111... for special railroad work in Worth County Gives $500 to Sufferers MANLY--The Red Cross relief fund here has collected $EQ in the past two days but quite a bit of money has been sent direct to the flood zone, some also being sent to radio stations for distribution. A check for $500 was sent Friday by G. J. Frandle, chairman of Worth county Red Cross, In the flood zone and collections arc stil! being made. Food, c l o t h i n g and other items for refugees are being left at Watson Tighcs' jewelry store at Mnnly. Field Again Head of Mitchell Soil Group OSAGE--Carl Field was reelected as president of the Mitchell County Agricultural conservation assocaition; Fred Langrock, vice- president; Frank Fox, third member of committee; and M. C. Lewis alternate; M. G. Fabricius was elected secretary and Laura Nelson treasurer. Fred Stover, district field agent, held a training school for members of the county and township committees here Wednesday afternoon at the I. O. O. F. hall. Greiman Again Chairman. GARNER--The Hancock county agricultural committee re-elected Ben V. Greiman, c h a i r m a n ; J. M. Townscnd, vice c h a i r m a n ; E. J. Andrcgg, secretary and treasurer mid Victor Loebig, alternate com- miUceman. . IMlLWAUKEf] Earlier Departure! Effective Sun., Jan. 31 No. 11 --Daily The S I O U X for Sioux Falls, Mitchell and intermediate stations will leave Mason City 4:25 a. m. instead of 4:35 a. m. No. 22--Daily--THE SIOUX--for Charles City, Madison, Janesville, Milwaukee, Chicago and intermediates will leave Mason City 10:10 p. m. instead of 10:20 p. m. Further information and tickets At Mason City Ticket Office, Thone 62 W. T. Cody, Division Passengpr Ag_ent 9th SI. and S. Pennsylvania Ave'. Phone 32 Wlicn you hold a l'ulHc Sale, Closing Out S;ilo, or a Farm Aut'tion . . . remember Ihis: Ymi can't Ret g-ontl prices for your properly unless you have a big crowd at. your sale. If you have a large crowd, then bidding will be lively and your livestock, machinery and numerous articles will sell quickly and you'll have lots of money when your sale is over. So, make sure that the Buyers will be there. To do this, advertise your sale in the Globe-Gazelle. Then the livestock breeders and farmers of North Iowa and southern Minnesota will know t h a t you are going to hold a sale, and they can plan to be (.here. THE COST IS SMALL, Your Public Sale advertisement in the Globe- Gazette, which has a big circulation, will cost only a few dollars. So, Mr. Farmer, don't sacrifice your property which you have worked so hard for. Plan for a successful sale--advertise it in the Globe-Gazette. Just mail or bring your list of property and other important items about your sale to this office--and we will do the rest. Sales Advertised in Globe-Gazette Draw the Crowds . i '-- ,

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