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EIGHT MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE _ MARCH 19 M 1934 NORTH IOWA FARM FIELD DAY TO BE AT KANAWHA STATION EDGAR DOROW IS HANCOCK WINNER St. John's Student Takes Firit in Spelling Tilt Held at Garner. GARNER, March 19.--Edgar Eorow, 14, eighth grade student of St. John's parochial school, six and one-half miles northeast of Garner, won the Hancock county spelling contest held here in the high school auditorium Saturday by spelling "hypocrisy," and then "judicial," correctly. Margaret Naefke, district No. 7 Bingham township won second. The winner ia the oldest of seven children. His attendance record for eight years has been almost perfect. He had entered five county spelling contests and had won a prize before. W. H. Hinrichs has been his teacher for eight years. He won second place in the written contest and will enter the state spelling contest. Eloise Etchen, district No. 1, Twin Lake township, won third and Irene Wood, district No. 4, Bingham township, won fourth in the oral contest. Boberta Kownd, district No. 6, Erin township, won first in the written contest by spelling correctly 40 words. Edgar Dorow was secona, Anna Stupka, Hayfield consolidated school, was third and Sybil Perry, district No. 4, Ellington township was fourth. J. R. Baggs, county superintendent of schools was in charge of the contest. C. H. Tompkins, principal of the Garner grade school pronounced the words and judges were Supt L. V. Craft of Hayfield, Miss. Rebecca Robinson, teacher in the Garner high school and Mrs. C. J. Joaanson of Garner. The program included two instru mental and vocal selections by the TJlrich brothers, reading by Rachel Tompkins of Garner and two vocal numbers by Francis Mullin of Britt, accompanied by Miss lone Lease, high school music teacher of Britt Seventy-eight students entered the contest. The Garner Lions gave prizes. About 600 attended. E. Hofer, Oregon Publisher and One Time lowan, Dies PORTLAND, Ore., March 19. UP) ^--E. Hofer, pioneer Oregon newspaperman and former publisher of the "Lariat" magazine, died at his jbome : here: yesterday. " ' ' published the McGregor, Iowa, News with his father, and came to Oregon in 1889, acquiring the Salem "Capital-Journal." He later published "The Oregon Manufacturer" and served in the Oregon legislature. His widow, Wyona, two sons and a daughter, survive. 250 Tickets Are Sold for Banquet at Greene GREENE, March 19.--Two hue- tired fifty tickets have been sold for the banquet to be given by the loca) commercial club at the Presbyterian church Monday night for the school band and orchestra. After the banquet the members of the musical units will attend the motion picture show as guests of the club and tht club will hold a regular monthly Wsiness meeting. H E R E A N D T H E R E * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * Miscellaneous Items From 125 Globe-Gazette Correspondents in North Iowa and Minnesota Benefit Party Planned. CHAPIN--The American Legion and auxiliary will give a benefit card party in the Legion hall Wednesday evening. Bridge and 500 will 36 played. Will Be Held Tuesday. CARPENTER--A street sale will be held Tuesday March 20. Visit In Illinois. SHEFFIELD--Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Johnston, Sr., spent the week-end at the home of their son, C. F. Johnston, Jr., Dixon, HI. Services are Planned. BURCHINAL -- Easter services are being planned at the Burchinai church. .Mrs. Carrie Carstens Is chairman of the committee. Mesdames Barttell and Rathamel are also on the committee. Born at Lake Mills. LAKE MILLS--Mr. and Mrs. Evan Christiansen are parents of a soy born Friday morning. Mr. and Mrs. James Helgeson are parents of a son born Friday evening,-They are both at the ingland hospital. Mr, and Mrs. Elmer Groe are parents of a boy born Thursday. Submits to Operation. , OSAGE--Miss Mildred Schauer of Carpenter submitted to'a major operation at Savre hospital Friday. Hostesses at Card Party. BRISTOW--Mesdames Charles H. Hass, Charles Fahr and Jesse C. Young entertained at the home or the former Friday evening. There were 20 five hundred players. Submits to Operation. G R A F TON -- Miss Mildrec Schaurers underwent a major operation in a hospital at Osage Friday. Ruth Poraeroy Hostess RUDD--Miss Ruth Pomeroy was hostess Friday night to a St. Patrick's party at her home. In tht afternoon, a party was held at the schoolhouse Â· by the seventh ano eighth grade pupils in honor of the bii'thday anniversaries of Miss Lena Nicholas and Miss Bemice Schmidt. On Way to Des Moines. POPEJOY--Fred Johnson employed by the Pipe Line company ai Minneapolis, Minn., called on home folks Saturday enroute to Dea Moines. Returns to Newton. GOODELL--Mervin Sullivan returned to her home at Newton. He was called here to attend the funeral of his brother, Walter Sullivan, while here he visited his aunt, Eliza Cashman and his sister, Mrs. Clifford Chase. Are Donating Worlj, __GOODELLr--Seye: ' ^ " Irrom here, and tSls vich . nating work on the CWA project community hall being built here. Returns to Boone. OSAGE--Mrs. Charles Lezotte returned to Boone Saturday accompanied by Mrs. Ray Cummings, Mrs Richard Fiddick and Miss Harriet Woodward. Mrs. Lezotte, who accompanied her husband's body here for burial, will again enter tht Eastern Star home in Boone. Anniversary Is Observed. GARNER--The Woman's Missionary society of the United Presbyterian church observed the fiftieth anniversary of the organization Thursday afternoon in the home of Mrs. C H. Schissel. Mrs. Schissel and Mrs. Clint Daniels sang a duet accompanied by Gladys Tellier Mrs. William Kenyon gave a history of the society's existence. A play was given by Sara Pollock, Ardith Orr and Mesdames Ray Ford, Or ville Johnson and Sam Wesson. WOUNDED IN BATTLE Sheriff William L. Van Antwerp (above) of St. Clalr county, Mich., was wounded in the gun battle in which Herbert Youngblood, Negro who escaped jail with John DUllnger, was fatally wounded. (Associated Press Photo). YOUR IOWA An Interesting Fact Dally About the State i'ou Are Proud to Call Your Own! The farms of 10 Ibwa counties (Cedar, Clinton, Crawford, Jasper, Kossuth, Marshall, Polk, Plymouth, Shelby and Sioux) exceed in value the farms in any one of the states of South Carolina, Georgia, Mississippi, Arkansas, Montana, Mary:and, Florida, Alabama or Idaho. Attend Cooking School ALEXANDER--A large crowd atended the cooking school held at the schoolhouse. Miss Schroeder was director. Visitor From New York. OSAGE--Dr. Loren Odden, New York City, is visiting at the par- Nora Springs Club Hears Address by Senator Hill NORA SPRINGS, March 19--The Crescent club was entertained Friday afternoon at the home of Mrs. F. W. Schmidt. The program committee was Mrs. James Cutler, Mrs. Frank Bright and Mrs. Niel Dobson, Senator Lafe Hill gave a discussion of the new laws which have been passed by the legislature. Guests From Grand Rapids. PLYMOUTH--Mr. and Mrs. Glen hehock of Grand Rapids, Minn., arc visiting at the home of his par- nts, Mr. and Mrs. J, B. Chehock. Project Meeting Held. BURCHINAL--The third project meeting of Mount Vernon township r as held at the home of Mrs. Carrie arstens. The lesson was on purses and collars with Miss Rake as ader. The next meeting will be at he home of Mrs. A. K. Carstens .pril 4. Visitor From Oregon. PLYMOUTH--The Rev. Cyrus =itts of Oregon, but formerly of 'lymouth, is here visiting his bro- her-in-law, J. W. Davies, and fam- Attend State Tourney. MANLY--Mr. and Mrs. S. O. 3rown attended the state high chool basketball tournament Fri- ay and Saturday at Cedar Falls. Quarantined at Lake Mills. LAKE MILLS-rThe. Olaf Ness ome was under quarantine Satur- ay for scarlet fever. Their son, Jarl, is ill. Company Will Break Up. KIESTER, Minn.--The Caylor layers from Wells, who have been jiving weekly exhibits since last November will give their last per- ormance next Wednesday evening, Â·art of the troupe will join the Aul- ,-er shows while the magician will oin Harris shows in the spring. The how intends to return next Septem- er to continue to give weekly en- ertainments throughout the winter. Will Buy Library Books. ROCKFORD -- The community ervice committee of the American jegion auxiliary served a tea at the Jbrary Saturday afternoon. The proceeds will be used to buy chil- rcn's books for the library. Mrs. ,ynn Carrott is chairman of the ommittee. Attended State Tourney. GRAFTON--Superintendent and Mrs. Norris, Miss Marjorie Bang, Miss Alice Crimmings, Miss Thelma Folken and Miss Ursula Musel at- ended the state tournament at Cedar Falls the week-end. Hostesses are Announced. LATIMER--M. E. Aid society will meet with Mrs. A. Hanson in April, St. Paul Lutheran Mission society with Mrs. John Abbas and ,atimer Park society With Mrs. T, !. Johnson. 40 Are Guests. GOODELL--Mr. and Mrs. Olander Sanberg entertained the black- Headquarters at Emmetsburg. EMMETSBURG, March 19.- Olani Helgen, who recently was ap pointed to a position with th Northern Trust company, Chicago in the real estate division, has been given the territory of Iowa, Missoun and Minnesota, -and will make hi headquarters at Emmetsburg, was announced Sunday. I SUPPOSE I DO LOVE HIM, MOTHER, BUT lit NEVER MARRY HIM.HE'S CARELESS ATTlMES-ANb YOU KNOW IT YES, BUT POOR BILL -DOESN'T! BE PATIENT, DORA.WE'LLFINDA WAY TO HELP HIM NEXT WEEK- YOU SAY YOU HAVEN'T ENOUGH BUTTER FOR DINNER. LET ME GO SET SOME. NEED ANYTHING ELSE? / I'M RATHER LOW ON TOILET SOAP. BUT BE SURE YOU GET LIFEBUOY. NO*B.O?ALLOWED IN THIS FAMILY! \ H'M...IF I EXPECT TO BELONG TO THAT FAMILY, ID BETTER SWITCH TO LIFEBUOY RIGHT NOW. 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ALGONAMANIS FREED ON BOND Ernest Ross, Charged With Attack, Is Bound Over to Grand Jury. ALGONA, March, 19.--Ernest oss of Algona was brought before ustice of Peace H. B. White Satrday: He was charged with assauli ith intent to commit a statutory ffense. He was bound over to the rand jury for the April term of ourt His bond was fixed at 52,000, hlch was furnished. eon. About 40 were present Special Meetings Start. PLYMOUTH--A series of special Â·evival meetings started at the M. church Sunday and will continue 3ver Easter'Sunday. The Rev. T. C. Collisted will be assisted from time :o time by other ministers. Attend State Finals. GARNER--Coach A. L. Wensel accompanied by Coach Olan Ruble and Walter Barnard of Forest City, were in Cedar Falls Saturday to attend the finals of the state basketball tournament. 40 Attend Meeting. DUMONT--The Pittsford township Farm Bureau held its March meeting Friday at the G. A. Minert farm home, a week earlier than usual. About 40 gathered for the all- day meeting with covered dish lunch at noon. Mrs. J. L. Clemens and Miss Velma Crooks gave thr lesson for the followup meeting. Teacher Is Honored. GENEVA--Miss Gwendolyn Egg land, teacher of fifth and sixth grades was given a surprise frui shower Friday afternoon by her pupils, in honor of her birthday. Honors Men Who Helped. NORA SPRINGS--A 6:30 dinner was served to 27 men by the Progressive class of the Methodist Sunday school for E. E. Sherman, honoring the men who assisted at the fire which took place last summer on one of his farms at Rock Grove Home After Operation. ALEXANDER--Miss Agnes Stof fer of Minneapolis, Minn., cam home after undergoing an operation at Minneapolis. She will spend the rest of the month with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Henry Stoffer, after which she will return to Minne apolis and continue nurses training Visits With Parents. MANLY--Marjorie B o s w o r t h who is a student at Iowa Stat teachers' college at Cedar Falls spent the week-end with her par ents, Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Bosworth. Kiester Sale Postponed. KIESTER, Minn.--The commun ity street sale that was to have beer Saturday afternoon was postpone until next Saturday on account 0 the storm and cold last Saturday. Arrive for Funeral. FERTILE--Mr. and Mrs. Ber Carr and Mr. and Mrs. George Carr from Elk River, Minn., Ed Carr an Mrs. Ella Owens from Monticello Minn., arrived in Fertile to atter. the funeral of their brother, William R. Carr. Meet in Cords Home. RUDD--The Culture club met a the home of Mrs. Esther Cords Sat urday afternoon. Miss Libbie Hodgi: was the lesson leader, Miss Lei Armstrong entertainment leade and Mrs. Maggie Kellar, Bible stud; leader. School Social Planned. LATIMER--A pie social and pro gram will be given at the Mario No. 3 school, Friday, March 23 Pearl Thomson Is teacher. P. T. A. to Meet Tuesday. CHAPIN -- The Parent-Teacher meeting will be held in the Chapi schoolhouse on Tuesday evening. W R. Hamilton of Mason City will b the speaker. GETS FIRST CO-OP. BANK LOAN BLEEDING GUMS CAUSE OF DEATH Floyd Boy, Who Died After Tooth Was Pulled, Is Buried at Nashua. NASHUA, March 19.--Harold, 12, on of Mr. and Mrs. Chris Peterson i Floyd, died Friday at Iowa City : subleukemia lymphatic, and the uneral was held at Nashua Sunday t tie Methodist church, the Rev. .. C. Lusted officiating, and inter- lent was in Greenwood cemetery. eyeral weeks' ago the boy had a ooth pulled and since then had con- mued to bleed at the gums. He was iven 23 blood, transfusions. He be- ame worse the first of the past eek and his, parents were sum- loned. He is survived by his par- nts .and several brothers and sters. VIr. and Mrs. Hexom of Decorah Observe 59th Wedding Anniversary DECORAH, March 19.--Mr. and itrs. David Hexom, 409 West Broadway, celebrated their fifty-ninth vedding anniversary on St. Patick's day. Mr. and Mrs. Hexom were married at Luther college in 875, by the Rev. V. Koren, father f the Rev. Paul Koren. They were esidents of Allamakee county un- il 24 years ago, when they left the arm and moved to Decorah. There are 10 children: Carl, on the home farm; Mrs. Albert Westby, 51enwood township; Mrs. Amanda ohnson, Peter and Mrs. Harry Thompson, all of Flatville, Mont.; 3r J. D. Hexom, Helen, Minnie and Clara' Hexom, all of Decorah, and the Rev. William Hexom of Hawkins. Wis. . ;' Â· ' ' . . - ' ftere^are 33jg3=ssdcIsil3Â£es-BÂ£- our .great "^"grandchildren. Mr. lexom las one brother, 89, living. His wife has three brothers. Both .he Hexoms are in fine health. Body of Corwith Woman Is Taken to Illinois CORWITH, March 19.--Funeral services for Mrs. Carrie Mitchell were held at the Methodist church in charge of the Rev. O. E. Schaal. The body was taken to Cornell, 111., for burial.' Born in Oslo, Norway, Dec. 25, 1852, when she was six months old she came with her parents and an older sister to America to settle near Morris, 111. In 189? she moved with her husband and family to Corwith. She is survived by four children, Mrs. Charles V. Oxley, Len O. and George of Corwith and Miss Lillian of Seattle, Wash., seven grandchildren, two great grandchildren and three sisters. Pioneer of Palo Alto Buried in Emmetsburg EMMETSBURG, March 19.--Fu neral services were held here Saturday afternoon at the First Congregational church (or Alex Gow ans, 77, Independence township farmer. The Rev. R. J. Cornell or ficiated. Mr. Gowans was born near Edinburgh, Scotland, .coming to Palo Alto county 53 years ago, ana settling near what was known as the Scotch settlement in the northeast part of the county. Besides hi widow, six children and five grand children survive. Hand Running for Mayor 3rd Time in Emmetsburg EMMETSBURG, March 19.--Em metsburg voters are anticipating an exciting election March 26, with contests scheduled for several citj offices. For the third time, Josep: Hand, Emmetsburg barber, is run ning for mayor against Earl Brown incumbent. Hand, who lives acros the street from Brown, lost by 2 votes in the last mayoralty 'cam paign. The two men have bee neighbors for years. Suffers Broken Arm. ALEXANDER, March 19.--Maur ice Parks broke his arm when h fell down while skating. Complete Speedometer Service Central Battery I Electric Co. Harry Martin, manager of the Council Bluffs Co-operative irrape growers' association, receiving check for $16,000 from Henry Peter- Ion treasurer of the Omaha Bank for Co-operatives. This Is the first loan made by the Omaha Bank for Co-operatives. The proceeds of the loan will go to pay off bank indebtedness owed by the association. The loan runs for five years and bears 4 per cent interest. The Grape Growers association under the terms of the loan will repay on a monthly basis from 3 per cent of the gross sales. ^^ uneral for Parsons, Fredericksburg, Held FREDERICKSBURG, March 19. -Funeral services for Frank E. arsons, 58, :were held here at 2 clock Sunday -afternoon in the tethodist church with the Rev. ohn Dawson officiating. Mr. Parons died suddenly Friday morning rom heart disease. Besides his wife, e is survived by four daughters, arol, Elaine, Eunice and Beverly. Morticians From 18 Counties Hold Session WAVERLY, March 19.--More than 150 funeral directors from 18 counties in north Iowa met here Monday for the first of five district meetings of funeral directors of the state. Perry O. Powell, field counsel for the national association, was to speak at afternoon and evening sessions. Further meetings are planning at Iowa City, Boone, Red Oak and Spencer. SESSIONS TO BE HELD TUESDAY Progrew, Results of Past Year in Research to Be Inspected. KANAWHA, March 19.--Farmers in North Iowa who attend the annual field day of the Northern Iowa Experimental association at Kanawha Tuesday will inspect progress and results in an agricultural research project set up and paid for by the farmers themselves. The researches, having to do with agricultural problems peculiar to North Iowa, are being carried out on an 85 acre farm bought by the farmers and turned over to the experiment station of Iowa State college. Members of the experiment station staff will report Tuesday on the results of work so far and on plans for the future, according to Dr. I. E. Melhus, head of the college's department of botany and plant pathology. The 400 stockholders of the association will meet at 9:30 a. m. In their own $2,500 laboratory building:. Later a public meeting in the Kanawha opera house will be held, at which results of the work will be announced. Some 500 farmers attended the field day last year. Theone Hanson Hurt in Fall at Thompson THOMPSON, March 19.--Miss Theone Hanson f,ell on the back steps of her home Saturday morning and received a compound fracture above her ankle. Miss Hanson's brother-in-law. Dr. Zinn of Fort Dodge came and took Miss Hanson and her mother back to Fort Dodge where she entered a hospital. It Continues i i: to Shine ' ___:_, .:_^_; . - '.,,.' - 'Â· "x... ' "We~dfknow the expression, "Behind the clouds the sun is always shining." We have had many clouds in the last four years; but life insurance continues to shine day after day, month after month, year after year. It continues to do its job as it has done it for over one hundred years, bringing benefits to the people- keeping homes together, giving schooling to children, and giving mothers an opportunity to rear their families; making happy and serene the future years for thousands of men and women. 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