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February 1, 1937

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 8

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EIGHT MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, FEBRUARY 1 · 1937 STOCK CAR PLUNGES FROM KLEMME BRIDGE 65 HOGS KILLED IN DERAILMENT 2 Other Cars Leave Rails in Freight Train Accident. K L E M M E--One stock car plunged into the Iowa river a mile south oE Klemrae about 11:30 o'clock Saturday night when a Hock Island southbound freight train was derailed. Sixty-five head' of hogs in this car were · lulled. A carload of calves and a carload ol sheep were derailed but none of.these animals injured. Inspection of the track afterward revealed, that some wheels o£, one or the cars were off the tracks for about a quarter of a mile before the derailment occurred, just at a curve at tilt: bridge. The car which plunged over the bridge struck the ice but only broke a small hale in it. Officials · from Esthervillc checked the damage and crews were put to work repairing the damage. Two carloads of stock were in the train behind the damaged cars and they were pulled back to Klemmc. The other section of the train went on south. Binkert, Forest City, Sent to New Position FOREST CITY--C. E. Binkerl, who has manged the Graham store here the past six years, has been promoted to Maryville, Mo., a town of about 5,000. Mr. Ingram, from Oskaloosa, will take his place. Mr. Binkert was prominent here, serving on the Chamber of Commerce board of directors. Former Resident Buried. IOWA FALLS--Funeral services for Mrs. A. D. Bishop of Highmore, S. Dak., were held from the Wilbur funeral home. Mrs, Bishop was a former resident of Iowa Falls. BLAST INJURIES BRISTOW MAN Bauge Hit While Looking at Explosive Slow in Igniting. BRISTOW--William Bauge was injured in an accident Friday afternoon while blasting some stumps, with Percy Merrill at the George Jungling home. The men had placed a charge of explosive which was slow in starting and Mr. Bauge we'nt to see what the trouble was, just as the blast came. He was struck in the shoulder and face. His eyes escaped injury, although his whole face was burned black. He is recovering at his home. :-: HERE AND THERE :-: Miscellaneous Items From 125 Globe-Gazette Correspondents jn North Iowa and Minnesota i / i CHARLES of the RITZ Rejuvenescence Cream oo jar 2 00 a precious cream -and ' precious the dewy bloom it imparts to sere, dry skins. RITES TUESDAY FOR DR. HEWITT Northwood Physician Dies After Exposure Last . Winter. - NORTHWOOD--Dr. Leland G. Hewitt, 70, resident physician in Northwood for more than ,40 years, died at his home here Sunday following an illness o£ several months. A severe bronchial attack following exposure during the severe winter of 193536 left him with an abscessed lung which failed to yield to treatment, gradually sapping his strength. He was confined to his home for the past four or five months.. Funeral services will be held Tuesday" afternoon at the First Methodist church in this city with the Rev. Harold Mayo in charge. He is survived by his wife, formerly Miss Emma Quandahl, two sons, Capt. Leland Hewitt of the U. S. army, and Kent Hewitt of St. Paul, and one daughter. Miss Nan Hewitt, a sophomore in the Northwood high school. Dr. Hewitt had served as president of the Worth County Fair society for several years in the past when horse racing was a factor iri this vicinity, being a lover of horses and active in the southern Minnesota and Northern Iowa racing circuits. Cresco CCC Truck Is "Sent to Flood Area CRESCO--Lieut. S. M. Miller o£ the Cresco CCC camp reports that an army truck driven by Edward Peterson, accompanied by Bruce Lott, first aid attendant, left Saturday for Fort Des Moines well equipped for extended first aid duty in the flood area. Lieutenant Kassner of this camp went ahead of the truck' a day or two previously in. command of forces in the flood relief work. Dr. J. E. Colby 111. ' i LAKE MILLS-- Dr. J. E. Colby, who has been seriously ill with pneumonia, passed the crisis Saturday and is expected to recover. His heart still is in a weakened condition. He is at his office. as he was too ill to be moved. Nearly all his children have been here. Mrs. Russell Kalker; a daughter of Dubuque, is here. Son Operates Business. , DECORAH-- G. D. Kepple, former partner of Merrill L. Kepple in the Kepple central shoe store, has retired and turned the business over to his son, who will operate it alone in the future. Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Kepple have located in Waterloo. Mr. Kepple is looking for another business opening. Guests From Lake Crystal. BRITT -- James Hanson and son- in-law, Floyd Wilkins, o£ Lake Crystal, Minn., visited with Mrs. Anton Jacobsen over Sunday. Plan Fellowship Tea. ROCKFORD -- The Methodist ladies aid society is sponsoring an International Fellowship tea in the Methodist parsonage with Mrs. C. G. Fort as hostess, Tuesday afternoon. The tea is a part of a program carried on in connection with the "Million Unit Fellowship movemenV'e carried on in th Methodist churches all over the world. Clarence James, Nora Springs wil address the gathering. Is Seriously 111. , LAKE MILLS-- Charlie Johnson is seriously ill with heart disease at the Nels Brekke farm home. He became seriously ill Thursday and his condition has been serious since. He is a brother of Will and Norm Johnson and Mrs. H. Hintz.' ' Return to Cedar Rapids. LIME SPRINGS-- Miss Florence Thomas motored to Waterloo Sunday to take her sister, Dorothy and Charles Moore there to catch the train for Cedar Rapids where they will continue their work at Coe college after a few days' vacation betvyeen semesters. Mrs. Gordon Williams accompanied them to Waterloo where she will visit at the home of her sister. v Officers Elected in Church ALQONA -- The Trinity Lutheran church elected Henry Wegener chairman of the board of directors, William Dau was made an elder with Robert Liesener and -Fred .Jacob, secretary, and Ed Hackberth, ./.treasurer. Arthur Gade was made trustee. The new Co-Op Pays Off All of Debt This is the Farmers' Co-Operative creamery at Garner which on (he first of the year was entirely free of indebtedness. Last of Indebtedness Is Paid by Garner Creamery Sterling Groceries And Meat Markets No. 1 -- No. 2 -- No. 3 -- No. 4 Tuesday -- Wednesday -- Thursday Right to Limit We Deliver $1.00 Orders MEAT DEPARTMENT Where the Good Meat Comes From HAMBURGER When I was oat to the fair last year, I bought a hamburger sandwich and it- didn't taste .right. I handed it back to the girl and she wanted to know what was the matter with it and 1 told her 1 wanted one with a fly in it. You will miss the flies in our hamburger--you will miss the cereals in our hamburger--you will miss the water in our hamburger--but you will get the taste of good, wholesome, all meat, ground by an expert. Beef Boil Pound . lOc Pork Liver Pound . IQc Sterling HAMBURGER All Meat, Pound Ground Pound . Hog 20c Veal Roast Pound . 15c Early Papers of North Iowa EDITOR'S NOTE: The iol- lowinf is one of a series ot articles on North Iowa newspapers from 183G-1870, Cleaned from a bulletin of UID University of Iowa extension division. CLAY COUNTY. Peterson Democrat led a short life in 1870 in the town o£ Peterson, then the county seat. Its main purpose was to print the list of delinquent tax payers. The editors' names are unknown. Clay County News, under J. F. Ford and Samuel Gillespie, was moved to the county seat, Spencer, the year after beginning in Peterson in 1070. officers weeks. Have Beautiful Hair CH»RESI'S Color C -~nnF Lustr« The B e l t e r Rtni* PHONE 793 MEKKEI/S 11EAUTV SALON will be installed in two Visit in California. GOLDFI ELD --Earl - M. Anderson drove to Grinnell Friday to bring his daughter, Louise, a sophomore student at Grinnell college home. Mr. and Mrs. Anderson and Louise will leave this week for a several months' sight seeing trip through the southern and western states. They will also visit relatives and friends in California. Benefit Party Planned. · MARBLE ROCK-- The women's social clubs of this community are joining as sponsors of a card party in the town hall Wednesday evening, proceeds to be sent to the Red Cross for Hood relief. Bridge and Five Hundred will be played. Hosts to Four Teachers. BRITT--The Rev. and Mrs. W. Ewart Dudley entertained four o£ the teachers. Misses Jessie Ross, Bertha Nelson, Frances Bailey and Eleanor Heidcross at dinner Friday evening. Will Present Plays. LAKE MILLS--The Lake Mills, Leland and Forest City dramatic classes will each present a play here Wednesday night at the auditorium, Taken to Hospital. ' LAKE MILLS--Mike O'Rourke, ho has been 1 seriously ill the past ew weeks ' with pleurisy, was ilcen lo the Kingland hospital aturday. His sister, Mrs. Kelly of oi'th Dakota has been here the ast two weeks assisting in caring :r him. Divnrtic Is Granted. HAMPTON -- Edward Reagan 'as granted a divorce from. Opal eagan Friday in district court on rounds of cruel and inhuman ·eatment. Return From Des Moines. DOUGHERTY--Mr. and Mrs. 'rank^Backer, Mr. and .Mrs. Chris idarns and Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Terrick returned Friday from Des VIoines where they have been at- ending the Grain Dealers' con- ention. Prize Winners Named. ROCK FALLS--Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hansen entertained at six ables of 500 at their home Wednesday evening. Dick Lucht and Wrs. A. Malzen receiving high lonors and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hoffman receiving low honors. Called to Omaha. THOMPSON--Mrs. J. J. Skarp- ness was called to Omaha Friday yy the serious iliness of her sister. Make. Trip to St. Paul. LONEROCK -- Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Householder and Mr. and Mrs. Otto Jensen made a business trip to St. Paul. Goes to Jollct. LYLE, Minn.--Mrs. N. I. Fortun left Thursday night for Joliet, 111., to spend some time with her niece, who is quite ill. Return From Washington. KLEMME--Mrs. Pete Wilson returned home Friday from Washington' where she has been visiting her daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Risser and son, since Christmas. Move to Albert Lea. GORDONSVILLE -- Mr. nnd Mrs. Owen Johnson moved to Albert Lea Saturday where Mr. Johnson has work with the American Gas company. Teacher Is III. MITCHELL -- Miss V e r d a Caudle, grade teacher is quite ill at her boarding place, having flu and septic sore throat. Bertha Alice Hungerford is the substitute. Surprised at Party. G E N E V A -- A b o u t 20 friends surprised Mr. and Mrs. Henrj Siems Frinday with a 500 party. airs. Johnson Hostess. ROCK FALLS--Mrs. Gran Johnson entertained the L. U. G A. club at her home. Honored on Birthday. LATIMER--Mr. and Mrs. Her man Wengel entertained a group Beef Rump Roast, Pound. Sliced Bacon, Pound of friends at their home on Mrs Wengel's birthday. High score i 500 went lo Mrs. Harry Rode meyer, Sr., Fred Muhlenbruc and Clarence Roriemcyer and lo\ prize to Mrs. Louie Muhlonbruck Prize Winners Named. KANAWHA--T h e America Legion Auxiliary held a benef card party at the I. O. O. F. ha Friday evening. Bridge and Fi\ Hundred were played. Harle Thompson and Mrs. Harley Muh received prizes for high score fo bridge {and Jack Johnson for fiv hundred. Submits to Operation. KLEMME--Mr. and M r George Stokesbory, were called Des Moines by the illness ot the grandson, Dickie Bair, who un ricrwent an operation at the Mci cy hospital there for the remov of a blood clot from the base his brain. He is two years and s months old. Visitors From lUimicsota. KLEMME--Mrs. Albert Keeper and son, Dickie, of Moorehead, N. Dak., same Friday to visit at fhe Henry Keeper home. Visitor From Drake. LATIMER--Miss Helen - Martin student at Drake University at Des Moines spent the week-end at the home of her parents, Dr. and Mrs. J. F. Martin. Keturn From Des Moines. RUDD--Homer Burcham, M. A. Kalen, Gus Olsen and Otto Brandau returned Friday from Des Moines where they attended the Grain Dealers' convention. Lcla Armstrong Hostess. RUDD--Miss Lela Armstrong was hostess Saturday afternoon to the Culture club. Miss Libbie Hodgin was the roll call leader, Mr-s. Will Kirwin the Bible study leader, and Miss Pearl Kollman the lesson leader, using as hei subject, "Social Welfare." Mrs Louis Lacosle had charge of the entertainment. ;* ent a Pound .Set Aside From Every Pound of Butterfat. GARNER--The sixth annual .ceting of the Farmers' Co-Oper- ;ive creamery association, fol- iwed by an organization meeting : (he board Saturday, elected harles Goll, president; William iemer, vice president; I. V. Ras- lus, secretary and treasurer. O. Kloock as manager; M. W. /leyer, assistant, and Halbert Pol- clc, bookeeper, were all re-hired. The creamery plant was entire- f freed from indebtedness the first f the year through a revolving ystem in which one cent a pound fas set aside for every pound of utterfal delivered and each pro- ucer pays a membership fee of 0 cents into the organization, making it one hundred per cent membership. Five hundred and fty patrons and their wives and reamcry 'officials were served a ree lunch at noon followed by a rogram. Addresses were given by Dr. M. Mortensen, head of the airy industry department of Iowa "itate college, and Charles Thatch- r, president of the creamery at Vest' Bend, who represented the owa State brand marketing organization of Mason City o£ which he local creamery is a member. Mayor I. C. Hastings gave a few ·emarks from a producer's standpoint. Musical numbers by Miss chram, Clarke Lackore, Mrs. Tohn Kester and Mrs. Harvey Sorenson concluded the program. The annual report showed 588,047 pounds of butter manufactured, an increase in volume of 29 per cent over the previous year. The average price paid for butterfat was 37 cents. Total value of all dairy pro- duels was ?203,G55.'l4. The creamery was built in 1931 with the plant and equipment valued at .·530,738.20. To date 58,904.67 has seen allowed for depreciation leaving a net .valuation o£ $30,834.53. Are Parents of Son. POUGHERTY--Mr. and Mrs Wither Crooks are the parents of a 9 pound boy born Sunday, Jan 24. Funeral in Des Moines. KENSETT--Mr. and Mrs. E. G Johnson drove to Des Moines Friday to attend the funeral of thei! friend, Mrs. Jake Veersleg, Sr. Home From Hospital. KLEMME--Mrs. Albert Tanne and i n f a n t son returned horn from Ihe Iowa Cily hospital Sat urday. . For Extended Visit. D O U G H E R T Y -- M i s s Agnes Burns o£ Ackley came Friday for extended visit at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dan Hogan. Home From Iowa City. BRISTOW--John Jacob was taken to Iowa City where an in- juved leg was given attention. He returned home Friday. Will Meet Wednesday. RUDD--The M. E. W. F. M. S. will meet Wednesday afternoon, Feb. 3 at the home of Mrs. John Kneisel. Dance Planned Tuesday. DUNCAN--It. was erroneously reported that the entire proceeds from the annual benefit dance to be given by the Catholic Workman here Tuesday in the community hall, are lo be turned over to the Garner chapter . of tho American Red Cross. There w i l l be a desk established in the hall where voluntary donations will be taken up. The Outstanding Coal DIXIE BELL Kentucky's Premium Lump. Lowest . ' Intense Heat. Possible Ash. Sterling Coal Co. Jack McCole 816 South Penn. Phone 132 Beef Chuck Roast, Pound. \ Baby Beef Liver/ Pound. . FRUIT DEPARTMENT Celery Stalk . 15c New Cabbage Pound , . 5c Texas Seedless GRAPEFRUIT for Carrots 2 bchs. 13c Rutabagas Fancy 7 Ibs. . 25c Florida Oranges, Dozen Winesap Apples, bu. $2.1® Cranberries, Fancy, Pound. . Jonathan Apples, Box $239 Monarch Ketchup Large Bottle 19c PEANUT BUTTER Quarts . . . . . . Monarch Whole Kernel Corn Can . . 20c Monarch Soups -- 12 Different Kinds. Ready to Serve. Large Cans, 2 f o r . . . . . Iowa Pancake Flour, 5-lb. Pkg. . . 25c N. B. C. Excel! CRACKERS Taste the Difference, 2-lb. Caddy Ketchup Large Bottles for . 25c Nut Meats, Fresh, Pound. Pecan Meats, Fresh, Pound. ON WITH THE DANCE A party of us attended the President's ball and we had a wonderful time. After we got home we got to talking the thing over and we got worried. It was the second dance I had been to in 10 years--^-and for another of the party it was the first dance he had been to in 10 years --and for another of the party the first time they had been in 21 years. Here is what worried us--running around to dances so often, would it hurt our health? LUKE B. MILLER Monarch Noodles Package lOc MAGIC WASHER Giant Package Bulk Macaroni 3 Pounds 25c Ltbby's Peaches, 2 '/z Can Monarch Chili Sauce, Igc. bottle Brooms Extra Good 49c SPRY For Cooking Pound Can Van Cump'* Tomato Soup Con . . . 6c Van Camp's Pork Beans, Giant Can . . . . Van Camp's Red Kidney Beans, Giant Can Libby's Apple Butter Large Jar 19c BULK DOG FOOD Red Heart Brand ..25c Pounds Monarch Strawberry Preserves Lge. Jar 25c Monarch Yacht Club Jelly, Jar Grape Jam, J a r . . . . . . Chocolate Cookies 1 Pound 21c Jersey Cream FLOUR 49-Pound Bag Libby's Corned Beef, Can. . , Libby's Roast Beef, Can. Peas Goad Grade 2 for 25c MATCHES Large Boxes Mixed Cookies Plain Pound . 15c .. 22c Sweet Corn 2 Cans 25c MR. FARMER: -- BRING US YOUR EGGS -- CASH QR TRADE -- ANY OF THE 4 STORES

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