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March 26, 1934

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

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fi! EIGHT MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE MARCH 26 1934 IMMEDIATE START ON 30 IOWA AIRPORT SITES EXPECTED MANY IN NORTH IOWA INCLUDED Algona, Forest City, Decorah and Charles City Are Given Approval. DBS MOINES, March 26. UB-- Sites for 30 Iowa airports, with tirospects for immediate start on them, stood approved today by the 'state civil works administration. ' With approval by the state railroad commission of the field loca- · tions, the cities were expected to . submit their applications for civil works improvement and construction of the airports today. The cities included: Algona, Cherokee, Danbury, Denison, Forest City, Hawarden, Holstein, Lansing, Spirit Lake, Leon, Belle Plaine. Charles City, Clartada, Clinton. Cedar Falls, Creston, Decorah. Dy- -ersville, Estherville, Fort Madison. Greenfield, Monticello, ML Ayer, · Mt Pleasant, Boone, Pocahontas ·Rock Rapida, Sidney. Templeton · and Panora. Lawler Student First in Chickasaw Spelling Meet at New Hampton NEW HAMPTON, March 26.-John Anderson, Lawler, an eighth grade pupil in the Jacksonville township rural school, won the Chickasaw county spelling contest here Saturd 1. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Ole N. Anderson, Lawler. Miss Evelyn Natvig is teacher- Jeanette Scoles, Nashua, was second. Nine Buildings Burn on New Hampton Farm; $5,000 Given as Loss NEW HAMPTON, March 26.-Conrad Roethler, retired North Washington farmer, known as "Iowa's Barefoot Boy," Saturday lost nine buildings on his farm nine miles northwest of here when fire destroyed all except the house. The farm was to be tenanted Monday. Six head of livestock and some hay in one of the barns were destroyed. The origin of the fire is unknown. The loss is estimated at So,000, which is partly covered by insur- Art Exhibit Planned. GREENE, March 26.--McKinley circle, L. of G. A: R., will sponsor anTsrt exhibit at the Hotel Kessler "Tuesday, April 3. Pictures, posters, decorated china and fancywork will be displayed. The HOOSIER HOT SHOTS, Radio's Most Unique Act, appearing in person with the WLS MEKRX-GO-ROUND at the Palace Tuesday only. H E R E A N D T H E R E £ * * « * * * * * * * * * * * * * * Miscellaneous Items From 125 Globe-Gazette Correspondents in North Iowa and Minnesota Were in Des Moines. RAKE -- John Mauss and E. M. Knutson were business callers in Des Moines Friday. Visit at Osceola. SEXTON-- Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Sanders spent two days last week at their farm near Osceola. Is Given Certificate. BRICELYN-- George Lorenz received a postgraduate certificate at University Farm, St. Paul. P. T. A, Program Given. GARNER-- The local P. T. A. met in the high school auditorium. A talk on art was given by W. S. Lee. A folk dance in costume was given by grade pupils and Mesdames Erwin Bock, W. S. Lee, Art Wille, Chester Stille, Bella Peterson and Ardith Orr sang a group of songs in colonial costumes. Arc Parents of Son. BRITT _ Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Schaper are parents of a baby boy. Mrs. Schaper and baby are at Mercy hospital in Mason City. Guest From Eapids. MANLY -- Irene Oltman, a student at Coe college at Cedar Rapids, is spending spring vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harm Oltman. Home for Vacation. MESERVEY-- Henry Halfwassen is home from Iowa State college, Ames, for the spring vacation. Viola Koehler is also home from Penn college, Oskaloosa. Appointed at Uemsen. WHITTEMORE -- Father Edward Fandel left for Remsen Friday afternoon, where he received his appointment there as an assistant, William Fandel and Father Veit took him. Visitor From Graettlnger. BRITT-- Miss Leila Stevenson, former kindergarten teacher here, this year at Graettinger, visited Miss Julia Ames. Visit at Cedar Rapids. MANLY-- Tim Frank and daughter, Donna, visited Mr. Frank's parent's at Cedar Rapids Saturday and Sunday. Visiting in Wiscnsin. GREENE-- Mrs. A. B. Mahnke is visiting relatives at Madison, Wis. Visits at Iowa City. LEDYARD -- Mrs. L. C. Strand went to Iowa City to visit her sister, who is a patient in the hospital. Arrives From Minneapolis. ' PLYMOUTH-- W. W. Glaus Of Minneapolis came Saturday to spend the Easter vacation with his wife who has been here the past' two months recuperating. Works in Minneapolis. RAKE -- Miss Evely Johnson left for Minneapolis where she will be employed at a hospital. Stroke Is Suffered. DTJMONT-- Mrs. Charles Borne' man, 73, suffered a stroke Saturday morning and is critically ill. ing a Win in Spelling Contest. D U M O N T--Dorothy Anderson and, Myrvel Sorenson, eighth graders, were awarded first and second places in the local spelldown. Dorothy will represent Dumont in the Butler county contest April 7 at Allison. Guests Are Entertained. BRISTOW--The American Legion entertained guests at their hall Thursday evening- at 500. Raymond Hass won the high score and prize. Mother Is HI. RUDD--Mr. and Mrs. Wilber Kelsey were called to Mason City NOW TAKE OFF FAT easier and faster NEW CONDENSED JAD SALTS COSTS ONLY 2p A DAY TO LOSE A POUND OF FAT A DAY You Can Eat Your Fill and Yet Grow Thin by this Quick Jad Method QCIENTISTS have just announced O a remarkable discovery which enables the fat person to grow thin at a cost so small that it hardly need be considered! Indeed, in this way you can eat 3 full meals daily and lose--comfortably--as much as a FULL POUND EVERY DAY1 AH for about 14? a uxek! All You Do It's amazingly easy. You just do two simple things. Get a bottle of the new Condensed JAD Salts and take a teaspoonful in a glass of water before breakfast Make two small changes in diet--as explained in the folder inside the Condensed JAD package you get That's all. · You \ook pounds lighter from the fast day, for the Condensed JAD Salts banishes excess moisture weight and all puffiness and bloat at once. And the system is quickly cleared of toxins and depleting' poisons . . . Yet 5011 never need know a hungry moment Month's Supply Only 60fi! Just ask for the new Condensed JAD Salts at any drug store. A month's supply is only 60fi. You actually can foilouf this famous scientific plan for 2$ a day. Don't forget ask for the new Condensed JAD Salts. Begin the quick Jad Method of reducing-- tomorrow morning.TheQm- densed JAD Salts-remember- is urged as a poison-banishing agent...to banish unhealthy bloating and to , eliminate body moisture--not as a reducing one. HITS "BRAIN TRUST" A letter signed by Dr. William A. Wirt (above), superintendent of schools at Gary, Ind., and read before a house committee, said some oZ tho Roosevelt professional advisers planned to impede business recovery and thus plunge tlio United States into communism. (Associated Press Photo). YOUR IOWA An Interesting Fact Daily About the State You Are Proud to Call Your Own! The largest fly-swatter factory in the world is situated at Clinton. J. A. Lubbers, department finance officer for the American Legion in Iowa, is its managing head. Saturday because of the illness of his mother, Mrs. Lucy Pedelty. Visitors From St. Louis. SHEFFIELD--Mr. and Mrs. Emmet V. Ayres, St. Louis, Mo., came Saturday to visit the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Storck. Return From Chicago. FREDERICKSBURG--W a 1 t e r Thome, Ed Mattke, Glenn Ellison and William Hartson returned from a three day business trip to Chicago. Move From Des Moines. OSAGE--Mr. and Mrs. Einer Frederickson and small son have moved here from Des Moines and Mr. Frederickson will make his headquarters here until his territory for the future is decided. He is an agent for the Aids for Lutherans society, an insurance company located at Appleton, Wis. Visitors From Alburnett. NORA SPRINGS--The Rev. and Mrs. A. Beuerman and children of Alburnett visited Thursday and Friday at the home of Mrs. Beuerman's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kraupa. Visit in Mascatiae. SHEFFIELD--Miss Gladys Gross and Mrs. 0. J. Gross spent the week-end with relatives and friends in Muscatine. Daughter Is Born. BRISTOW--Mr. and Mrs. Henry Finke, Jr., are parents of a daughter born Thursday evening. They have one other child, a son. Visitor From New York. OSAGE--Dr. Loren Odden of New York City is making a several week's visit at the parental O. L. Odden home. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lischke of Santa Fe, N. Mex.. who have been guests at the Odden home, have left for a visit at Bloomington, 111., and Washington before returning to New Mexico. Spirited Election Is on at Forest City; 3 Tickets Are in Field FOREST CTY, March. 26.--A spirited election is being held in Forest City today without any particular issue being at stake so far a.3 can be learned. The first ticket filed bears the name of N. L. Ronberg for mayor and Emil Anderson, Dr. A. J. Peterson, S. W. Linde, C. W. Stevenson and Bert J. Perry for councilmen. The next ticket has Bergie Anderson, William Drewes, D. L. Stevens, Oley Norstrud and Floyd Valley for councilmen, Joe Graham as assessor and A. M. Clauson as treasurer. The name of Dr. F. J. Colby was filed for mayor on this ticket, but he withdrew his name. The third ticket consists of M. J. Wolfs for mayor, E. P. Dow, VV. R. Flemming, Earl Fox and Floyd Fisher for councilmen, M. M. Brunsvold as assessor and H. R. Cleophis as treasurer. Mrs. Russell Honored at Nora Springs Farewell NORA SPRINGS, March 26.--A farewell dinner was giv:n at the Evangelical church in honor of Mrs. Selby Russell and two children, Ellis and Barbara, who are leaving soon to reside m Milwaukee. Catherine Bortz gave a clarinet solo and Leon Krafft a saxophone solo. A talk was given by the Rev. J. M. Krafft and a response by Mrs. Russell. Visit at Minneapolis. LAKOTA--Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Schissel visited Mr. Schiss-sl's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Schissel at Minneapolis. Will Meet Thursday. FERTILE--The Free church Ladies' aid will meet at the home of Mrs. K. T. Knutson next Thursday. Taken to Hospital. FLOYD--Mrs. Jennie Rodman entered the hospital at Charles City for a major operation. Mrs. Bird Hostess. ROCKFORD--Mrs. F. E. Bird was hostess to chapter ED, P. E. O. A program was presented by Mrs. Eva McNinch of Marble Rock on the life and works of Stephen C. Foster. Many of his songs in solo and duet form were given by Mrs. Bird and Mrs. Ervin and a trio included Mrs. Walker. Go to Richland. WHITTEMORE--Mr. and Mrs. Peter Weydert and Simon Weber, Sr., went to New Richland, Minn., Saturday to visit Chris Weber's and Mik« Weydert's. Superintendent Is 111. BRITT--Supt. L. J. Thies is ill at his home and was unable to be present at the music contest. Visits in Des Moines. MANLY--Donald Mitchell spent the week-end in Des Moines with friends. Returns From California. CLARKSVILLE -- Mrs. Clarence Martin arrived Friday from a three month's visit to relatives in southern California. Daughter Is Born. LEDYARD--Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Richardson of ,Grant township are the parents of a daughter. Crowd at Street Sale. KIESTER, Minn.--There was a good crowd in attendance at the street sale here Saturday afternoon. Large Crowd at Social ALEXANDER -- The Farmers' union held a pie social at the hall Friday night. A large crowd attended. Honored on Birthday. LEDYARD--A birthday surpriss party was given in honor of Mr.s. Laura Neister. who celebrated her eighty-first birthday at the home of her daughter. Mrs. Blanche Jenks. Those attending were the members of the Ladiss' Aid society. Home From Minneapolis. BUFFALO CENTER--Miss Helen Eiel, a student at the University of Minnesota, returned to, Buffalo Center for a short vacation Sunday. Dr. and Mrs. Eiel met her at Blue Earth. Are Parents of Soiii ; LAKOTA--An 8% pound boy was born to Mr. and Mrs. Louis Meyer Thursday night. The Meyer's have 'hree other children, one girl and twin boys. Mr. Meyer runs the Standard Oil truck here. MRS, FROEHLE, 77, FOUND DEAD Funeral Rites for Bancroft Woman Are Conducted in St. John's Church. BANCROFT, March 26.--Mrs. Mary Froehle, 77, was found dead in bed at her home Friday morning. The Elred Haupert family lives in the same house with Mrs. Froehle and when Mrs. Froehle did not get up for church as usual, Mrs. Haupert called her. She did not answer so Mrs. Haupert summoned a neighbor, Mrs. Frank Vaske, and the two of them found her dead in bed. Mrs. Froehle was in good health on Thursday. She' was downtown in the afternoon and that evening attended services at the Catholic church. Her daughter, Mrs. Joe Vaske, had dinner with her that evening. The body was taken to the Joe Vaske home and funeral services were held Monday morning at St. John's Catholic church. AUGUST GUTHOF MESERVEY DIES Funeral Rites Will Be Held Tuesday; Wife and Five Children Survive. MESERVEY, March 26.--After a several weeks' lingering illness, August Guth died at his home here Saturday morning. He was a little past 69 years of age, and had lived in this vicinity about 40 years. The family retired from the farm about 19 years ago, which had since been occupied by his son, Frank. There are also three daughters, Mrs. Emma Foss of Hampton, Mrs. Esther Rooks and Mrs. Irene Ostendorf of this place, who with his aged wife, survive. He had also one brother, William Guth, of Appleton, Minn. The funeral will be held at the Evangelical church Tuesday afternoon and burial will be in Mesarvey. Mrs. Bridget Turley, 90, Nashua, Pioneer Iowa Resident, Dies NASHUA, March 26.--Mrs. Bridget Turley died Friday night from a stroke suffered two weeks ago. She was born in Ireland 90 years ago, and came to Iowa during the late fifties, bought a farm six miles southwest of Charles City, where they lived until 1897, when they moved to Charles City, where they resided until 1911, wheo they moved to Nashua. Mr. Turley died in Aug. 22, 1922. She had no relatives in America. Implement Shop at Britt Is Planned by Meleneys BRITT, March 26. -- Donald Meleney has severed his connections as manager at the Mona motor oil station and he and his father will open an implement business. Donald's place will be taken by Mr. Huling from south of Britt. In County Contest. D E C O R A H--Bernice Larson, eighth grade student, will represent the Decorah public schools at the county spelling contest next Saturday at the courthouse. TRACY IS NAMED DAIRY DELEGATE Chickasaw Bureau, Union Clash on Instructions for Iowa Session. NEW HAMPTON, March 26.-Frank Tracy, Nashua, was elected to represent Chickasaw county dairymen at the county meeting here, Saturday. Tracy went Monday to Des Moines uninstructed. More than 100 dairymen, were present, the meeting was in charge of L. E. Moine, chairman of the corn-hog committee. Members of the Farmers Union and the Farm Bureau clashed on the instructions to the delegate. Talks were given by L. E. Moine, Frank Tracy and M. M. Thurow, county agent. A. J. Krall and Harry Ashley both of Bassett represented the Farmers' Union. The movie chorus costume can't get much naughtier. It has a sixth of a yard to go.--Lincoln Star. We Wrote This TESTIMONIAL T HIS letter is NOT an actual testimonial. It is a composite letter--similar in thought and sentiment to letters frequently coming to us. Many people have told us they like our services because they are so personal. They feel that Ave are serving them just as we would wish to be served if we were in their place. Others like the way in which we take care of the many seemingly bothersome details that frequently have nothing to do with the funeral itself. 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