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Mason City, Iowa
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Wednesday, February 10, 1937
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^ EIGHT MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, FEBKUARY 10 M 1937 CENTENNIAL OBSERVANCE FOR IOWA IN 1938 SUGGESTED COMMITTEE TO MEET FEB. 13 [Tentative Program to Be Submitted to Kvaschel, It Is Expected. · DBS MOINES,'.(if)--As head of a temporary, and volunteer committee to consider plans for an Iowa centennial in 1937, W. Earl Hall, Mason City editor, Wednesday called a meeting to be held Feb. 13 in Des Moines. To the initial conference 10(1 Iowa business and professional men have,been invited. The conference will be held at the hotel Fort Des Moines. Plan Tentative Program. Hall said, the plan had been in consideration for more than a year, and .that the state-wide meeting probably would take definite steps to carry it out and present to. Gov. Nelson' O. Kraschel x a tentative program to -be effected by an official committee designated by the chief executive. Iowa was founded as a territory on July 3, 1838, and while the celebration would be statewide in scope, the committee would not recommend a major undertaking but on the other hand would suggest local observances in keeping with the 'occasion, Hall said. Suggest Groups Take Lead. He said also that it h a d , been suggested that Daughters of the American Revolution, the American Legion, the State Historical society and other kindred groups might take the leadership in arranging a definite, co-ordinated program. In keeping with the observance would be the placing of markers on all historical sites in Iowa, a movement started by the G. A. R. Another suggestion before the temporary committee, Hall said, is for the incorporation of historical data on the centennial in all highway booklets, maps, red books and other publications of that nature. County fairs would be expected to take part, and Iowa homecomings would be featured as well as the placing of emphasis on Iowa products, music, literature, art, : * Girls in offices especially appreciate o n e quality of Chamberlain's ]_otion . . . after using it, papers never stick to Tour fingers. Cliaraber- , Iain's is a clear, golden liquid, dries quickly, is never sticky, greasy or gummy. And, Chamberlain's Lotion helps keep jour hands and skin attractive, helps because i it sallniscs.' At ail toilet ' fioods counters. Chamb e r l a i n Laboratories, Inc., DCS iloincs, Iowa. Y O U R SKIN IS^S) Chamberlain's Lotion flowers and Iowa trees. The committee might also ask for the making of a special centennial;stamp. Shapiro Orchestra to Play at Luther DECORAH -- The Little Philharmonic orchestra under the leadership of George H. Shapiro will appear in a concert at the C. K. Preus gymnasium, Luther college, Decorah, on Sunday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. This group of musicians scored a big hit here last year. BUTLER COURT JURORS NAMED Next Term to Convene at Allison March 1 .With Edwards on Bench. ALLISON--Butler county district court will convene March 1, with M. F. Edwards presiding judge. The following trial jurors have been drawn and are summoned to appear Tuesday, March 9, at 10 a. m. , Paul Mether, Shell Rock'; Galen Gerhard, Coldwater; To.njus Kruse, Ripley; Mrs. Harold Anderson, Pittsford; August Walbaum, Albion: B. F. Dickman, Shell Rock; Stoffcr Wallcrstein, Monroe William Jacobs, Jefferson; John Lubberts, Monroe Herman Anaweer, Butler; August Van Hauen, Shell Rock Mrs. J. P. Arends, Monroe; E. W. Tharp, Shell Rock; Ruth Delker, Dayton; Charles R. Lockwood, Shell Rock; Mrs. Margaret Freese, Jacobson; Herman Niehaus, Jackson; L. F. Mooice, Butler; B. N.. Shultz, Coldwater; Joe Faint, Madison; John Hulsing, Albion; Henry Frey, Monroe; Edith Jeroloman, Shell Rock; Joe Hill, Beaver; William Klingenborg, Jr., Monroe; Dela Ramsey, Butler; Fred Fisher, Bennezette; D. D. Ludeman, Monroe; Hugh Miller, Shell Rock; John Pittsford; Mrs. J. F. McGeachy, Pfaltzgraff, Pittsford;" Bessie Behnke, Dayton; Henry Roelf, West Point; Mrs. Oscar Melton, Madison; Howard Hoffman, Albion and Frances Ver Plank,'Dayton. The following grand jurors for 1D37 have been summoned to appear Tuesday, March 2, at 10 a. m. H. A. Moore, Beaver; N. A. Mcr- riau, Coldwater; Ben Oldenburger, Albion; Sam Reaser, Bennezette; Burt Curtis, Jefferson; F. R. Bowen, Shell Rock; Lester Sinram, Butler; W. A. Bangs, Jr., Jackson; August C. Stukenburg, Monroe; Chris Hencken, :· West Point; Charles Moore, Pittsford and Luther Meyers, Dayton. · Hancock Snow Plows Are Busy on Highways GARNER--All of Ihe county snow plows with day and night crews have been at work since last Wednesday's three inch snowfall. Gravel crews are laid oft because of drifted roads. County Engineer Charles F. Morton' said drifting continued daily and many of the less traveled roads were entirely blocked. He received many telephone calls Tuesday but said little could be done until drifting subsides. Visits In Hock Island. MANLY -- Mrs. Fay Webster left Tuesday night to visit relatives in Rock Island, 111., for a few days. :-: HERE AND THERE :-: Miscellaneous Items From 125 Globe-Gazette Correspondents in North Iowa and Minnesota Officers Arc Installed. i BR1TT -- The Royal Neighbors) held installation Thursday night. I Mrs. Ernest Bartik is oracle. Mrs. I Hochhaus -acted as installing officer and Mrs. Glenn Clark as ceremonial marshal. The lodge voted to give $10 to the flood relief. Suffers Blood STACYV1LLE-- Jimmie , Krueger was taken to Nissen hospital at Osage Tuesday, suffering from blood poisoning as a result of cutting his hand .on the creamery door where he is employed. Civil War Veteran 111. DUMONT -- Frank Beach, Sr., 94, last surviving Civil war veteran at Dumont, is confined to his bed, suffering with a general breakdown due to his advanced age. He is being cared for by his daughter, Mrs. Will Brandenburg and son, Frank, Jr. Motorist at 86. LITTLE CEDAR -- Lawrence Hultman and Clark Voaklander returned home Sunday from Sari Gabriel, Cal.,. where they spent six weeks with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Voaklander and Mrs. W. A. Voaklander, their great grandmother. Mrs. Voaklander, a former resident of this county, is 86 years of age and still enjoys driving her own car. Wins on Original Selection. OSAGE -- At the annual home declamatory contest at the Seminary gymnasium Monday evening, Stanley Roberts won first in the oratorical class with a selection which he had written, "Don Quix- otes of 1936." In the dramatic class Ruby Morische won first and in the humorous class, J e a n e t t e Woodard won first. Judges in the contest were: Dale Ross, Miss Damatise Kitch and Mrs. Russell Neis, all of Charles City. Arrival Blocked by Snow. HUTCHINS-- Mr. and Mrs. Joe Geibel planned for a dinner party Sunday as a courtesy to their sister-in-law. Mrs. George Geibel, but, due to snow-blocked roads, the honoree and her husband were the only guests who could attend. Given Farewell Party. L A K O T A -- Th e Presbyterian church elders and trustees and their wives held a farewell party Monday evening for the Henvy Hassebrocks who will move in the near future to a farm they purchased near Manly. Buys Paper at Dilte. DUMONT -- Paul Metzger, who has been assisting in the Dumont Journal office since last August, purchased the newspaper at Dike. John Boyens, Perry, will take his place in the Journal, office. Dorothy Rankin Chosen. H A M P T O N -- Miss Dorothy Rankin, daughter of Supt. and Mrs. A. E. Hankin and senior in Hampton high school, was chosen by the D. A. R. committee as candidate for the annual pilgrimage to Washington, sponsored by the D. A. R. Unable to Get to Schools. R O C K W E L L -- Miss Edds Breeding, teacher in the Kcnsett school, and Evan Breeding of the teaching staff at Hanscll, spent I lie week-end at the home of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. S. Breeding, and on Tuesday were still snowbound at the parental home. Hanson Named Clerk. PLYMOUTH-- W. F. Urenn resigned as town clerk and M. A. Hanson was named in his place. GEAR SHIFT LEVER! Know Your State A Daily Fact About lowoy P R E S T O ! RICK TO THE GEflR YOU WflHT (Same familiar gear petitions) CHANGED! UFT A TOE . , . AND GEARS SHIFT (.You tin forget the clutsh pedal) Gears shift themselves at the flick of a finger -- the touch of a toe the new Hudsons and Terra- E lanes with Selective Automatic hift. The front floor is all dear of gear filuft and brake levers ... nothing in the way of your feet. And nothing new to learn! More than 100,000 Hudson and Terraplane o-vvners have driven » nioI ' c than a billion miles this new way without ever pulling a hand ^ gear lever. They have found it magically easier, safer, belter. Extra cars are here so everyone can try the greatest advancement in any 1937 cars. Come in nnd drive. And see why Hudson and Terraplace rate IS'o. 1 in everything else car buyers want. Selective Automatic Shift optional at small extra cat on all 1937 models. Tom Summerhays Co. 120 North Delaware Phone 1212 The 1935 Iowa coal lonnage was an increase of 8.4 per cent over the 1934 production reported from 243 mines. The 5.5 per cent increase of average price a ton from $2.34 in 1934 to $2.47 in 1935 yielded an additional income to the producers of $1,140,000. Men employed in 1935 numbered 8,038, an increase of 317 above the number for 1934. TRAIN UNABLE TO MAKE TRIP Garner-Titonka Line to Be Opened Thursday With Rotary. T I T O N K A -- Because of a snowed in track '!·(* Hock Island train, "The Klondike," operating between Titonka and Garner, has not made a trip since Saturday. At that time it was necessary to do much hand shoveling. The winds since have blown the cuts / f u l l again and the train crew is awaiting the arrival of a rotary plow from Estherville to dig the track out. The men expecUthe plow by Thursday. Visitor From Davenport. ROCKWELL--Waller K. Wilson, with the Iowa highway commission, and located at Davenport, accompanied by his wife, are guests at the home of his brother, Dr. H. I. Wilson. S375 For Flood Relief. GREENE---Donations to the local Red Cross for flood relief, amount to $3Y5.21, of which S57 was raised by a flood relief benefit dance. Leave for Missouri. FAULKNER--Mr. and Mrs. Hez Wagner left Sunday for Excelsior Springs, Mo., where it is hoped Mr. Wagner's health will be bene- fitted. Will Quit Farming. R O C K W E L L--Mervel Jones who for several years past has tenanted the R. W. Hemming farm about two miles south of Rockwell, is preparing to, hold a sale the latter part of this month and quit farming. James E. Wray of Dougherty -township, will succeed Mr. Jones as tenant of the farm. Oil Way to Milwaukee. ROCKWELL--Leo Zeldler, formerly of this place, now located at Plentywood, Mont., was a guest at the A. M. Geer home Sunday, enroute from Milwaukee, where he had been to attend the funeral of his mother. Stuntz Named Manager. GREENE--Harold Stuntz has been chosen manager and Maynard Huff buttermaker of the local creamery for the year 1937 with Lloyd Hammell assistant but- lermakcr. Home From Hospital. RUDD--Mrs. Fred Zimcmrman was brought home from (he Iowa City hospital Monday afternoon. Mrs. Foy Kneisel was taken to the Cedar Valley hospital Monday evening. Mrs. Paul Stalker is very ill with throat and ear trouble. Little Joan Robeson is improving. Mr. and Mrs. William Bennett are better. Mrs. Claude Baber is confined to her bed by illness. · Muhleman Shows Pictures. KANAWHA--A special program was given at the Methodist church. Dr. W. F. Muhleman, district superintendent of Methodist churches, showed movies of his trip to Mexico where he studied religious conditions. O. E. S. Schonl Hold. FOREST CITY--The Incal O. E. S. held a school of instruction Monday with Mrs. Laura Lenz, district instructor, of Mason City in charge. A luncheon was held at the Hawkes hotel at noon for past matrons and officers. Leaves for Champaign. MANLY--Donald Ducios, son of Mr. and Mrs. Louie Ducios, who is employed by the Reid. Murdoclc and company, left for Champaign, III., where he will be placed! Plan Benefit Party. K A N A W H A -- T h e Rebekah lodge is sponsoring a benefit card party Thursday night at the Odd Fellows hall. The committee in charge are Mrs. Jack Maddick, Mrs. Ncls Thorsnn, Mrs. Archie Ames and Mrs. Clarence Thorson. Home From Klnntnficlil. B P I STO-W--Dorothy Waite, who has been working for the Chevrolet Motoi' company at Blnomfield for some time returned home Sunday. Held 1y Dance Club. MANLY--The Midnight Dance club held an overall and 'anre* dance at the I. O. O. F. hall Tuesday evening. The committee consisted of Mrs. Emil Rachut, Mrs. Jake Douglas, Mrs. Mark Harpster. Mrs. Otto Litchenstein, Mrs. Obcd Peterson. | Has Highest Score. OTRANTO--The East Otranto : 500 club" enjoyed the second of a series of parties Satuday evening at the Arthur Dockstader home. Robert Duenow won highest honor. Get Boxes of Clothing. PROTIVIN--Mrs. E. J. Lukes and Mrs. F. T. Cliyle who were soliciting clothes for the Red Cross, received, packed and delivered to Cresco 13 large boxes of clothing. Honored on Birthday. ALEXANDER--At the home of Mrs. Jake Ammerman, a number of her relatives and friends gathered in honor of her birthday. A luncheon was served by Mrs. Claas Symens, Mrs. Grace Dirksen and Mrs. Will Ammerman. Showers Given Algona Girl. ALGONA -- Two miscellaneous showers were given Miss Dorothy Sellsti'om of Algona, one Saturday evening by Mrs. George Sppnsberg at her home with 18 ladies present, Friday an aunt, Mrs. Fred Magnussen of Gowrie, gave her a shower at Gowrie with 15 present. Miss Sellstrom, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Sell- Strom, formerly lived at Gowrie. She left Monday morning for Annadale, Staten Island, N. Y., where she will be married Friday to William Nagcl. ' Several Are Entertained. RUDD--The Misses Edna Steck, Lucile Lambrecht and Audrey Hanson of Rochester, Minn.; Millard Paige, Melvin Bailey and Don Simpson of Faribault, Minn., and Bruce Mitchell ot Hockford were Sunday guests in the Hazel Ethington and E. A. Hansen homes. Visitor From Navy. CRYSTAL LAKE--Max Reed, who joined the U. S. navy in July, came to spend a 10 day visit with his parents, Mr.' and Mrs. Reed and family. Max is stationed at San Diego, Cal. Visit in California. FOREST CITY--Atty. and Mrs. Burt J. Thompson left Tuesday night by train for Los Angeles, Cal., to spend a month vacationing and visiting with Mrs. Thompson's aged mother and other relatives and friends. Prize Winners Named. ^ MANLY -- The Monday night 51'idge club was entertained at the lome of Mrs. Laura Rathbone Beardsley at a Valentine party. Prize winners were Mrs. Harry Upchurch and Mrs. Frank Hess. Leave for Tombstone. FAULKNER--After.a,short visit at the H. F. Osterland home, Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Krafft and two daughters left Sunday for 15 NEW Per Cent Increase. HAMPTON--The Farm Bureau Service company at their annuel meeting here i-cportcd a gross business of S92.000 during Ihe past year. This was an increase of 15 per cent over 1D35. Patronage dividends of 53.118.S7 were distributed. $18,800 SUITS FILED IN CRASH Great Western Railroad Is Sued in Fatal Accident. NEW HAMPTON--Damage suits totaling §18,800 have been filed by John Meighan against the Chicago Great Western railroad company in the death of his daughter, Margaret, and for injuries to himself and two other daughters. On Sept. 19, 1936, an auto driven by Meighan was struck by a Great Western freight train at a county highway grade crossing 4 miles northwest of New Hampton. The automobile was occupied b y Meighan and his three daughters. One daughter, Margaret, 10, was killed instantly. 'The plaintiff asks $2,300 for the value of her future services. He asks ?50 for damage to his automobile which was demolished and $500 for personal injuries. As next friend for Maxine, 15 he asks $450 for medical and hospital expenses and $5,000 for permanent injuries. For Madonna Meighan, 12, he asks $500 for medical and hospital expenses and $10,000 for permanent injuries. their They home at Tombstone, Ariz, had been called to Cedar Falls last week by the death of Mr. Kvafft's mother, Mrs. 3. M. Krafft. Will Go to Florida. LAKKOTA--Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Schissel plan to leave in the near future on a trip to points of interest in the east before going to Florida where they will spend several weeks. Submits to Operation. HUTCHINS -- M r s. Herman Dallnian is a patient at the General hospital in Algona, where ou Friday she submitted to an operation. In order to be near her, Mr. Dallman stayed with a brother- in-law, Martin Swanson, in Algona, from Friday until Sunday, when he returned home. Mrs. Dallman will be confined at the hospital for-an indefinite time. Succumbs at Hartland. DECORAH -- Decorah relatives have received word of the death of Miss Bridget McCabe, 72,. of Hartland, 111. Miss McCabe was a cousin of Mrs. Claude Taylor and J. M. Elliott of Decorah and,Mrs. Joe Armstrong of Burr Oak township. Bridge Winners Named. CRYSTAL LAKE--The Teachers Bridge club met at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Chris Gillstrap with Gyla Shriner as hostess. Bridge was played at three tables. Marie Duesenberg won high prize for ladies, Roger Northrop high for men and Harold Hawn, low. Bernice Tanner will be the next to entertain. Hostesses at 2 Luncheons. FOREST CITY--Mrs. O. N. Gjellefald and Mrs. George Osmundson entertained guests at 1 o'clock bridge-luncheon Tuesday in the Gjellefald home and will entertain Saturday in the Osmundson home. Visitor From Detroit. FOREST CITY--Mrs. Augusta King of Detroit, Mich., came Tuesday evening for a visit in the C. W Finch home. Mr. Finch drove to Northwood for her where she had been visiting her brother. Hostess at Tarty. MANLY--Mrs. Ermine Todcl entertained at a bridge parly Monday evening. Prizes were won by Mrs. Cnrl Workman and Mrs. J. J. Stauncr. 51,750 for Flood Victims. ALLISON--The Butler County Red Cross has received $1,750.23 for the relief of flood sufferers. Decorah Declamatory Winners Are Listed DECORAH--Winners in the annual home declamatory contest Tuesday evening in the high school auditorium were oratorical, Everett Miller; dramatic, Hale Coffeen; humorous, Earle Nelson. Judges were Mrs. Grant Melby, Miss Stella Pederson, principal, and H. S. Catron, superintendent at Mabel, Minn. The triangular declamatory contest will be held Feb. 17. Mrs. Crum Funeral Is at Nora Springs With Burial at Rudd NORA SPRINGS--Funeral services for Mrs. Martin Crum were held at the Methodist church with the Rev. "Will Kirwin, pastor o£ the Methodist church at Rudd, officiating. Frank Pool sang, accompanied by Mrs. E. C. Moody. Pallbearers were George Billings, Glenn and Lyle Heddin, Arhtur Quimby, James O'Rourke and Jay Clough. Burial was .in the Rudd cemetery. Luna Etva Dean, youngest child of Ira and Ann Dean was born in Rock Grove Sept. 6, 1869. On Feb. 1, 1312, she and her husband moved to Floyd to become steward and stewardess of the Floyd county home. They moved in the spring of 1922 to the farm where they lived since. She leaves her husband and three children, Mrs. Lelia Bishop of Nora Springs, Mrs. Sadie Bohnsack of Portland and one son, Dale, of Nora Springs and six grandchildren. 4 Trainmen Hired by R. I. Road at Manly MANLY--The Rock Island railway hired four trainmen Monday. Those who have been employed are Bernard Ducios, Harold Durner, Ted Mikesh and Carl Workman. They are the first lo be hired in several years. Howard .County Early Resident Is Buried CRESCO -- Funeral services were held Tuesday afternoon, Feb. 9, for Samuel Bronner, 75, a native of Howard county, born in Albion township, 8 miles north of Cresco, Dec. 27, 1861. He was one of a large family of children of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Bronner, early pioneers of Howard county. The two daughters surviving are Mrs. Hazel Craige oJ Mason City and Mrs. Josephine Beard of Cedar Rapids. He also leaves four brothers, David, Frank and Albert of Cresco, and John of Los Angeles, Cal., and three sisters, Mrs. Mary .Tetters of Cresco, Mrs. Alvina Keune of near Cresco, and Mrs. Kate Dunbar of Cedar Rapids. There are also 12 grandchildren. Last rites were held at the Bradley funeral home in Cresco, with the Rev. Park E. Miller, pastor of the Evangelical church, officiating. Mrs. Lewis to Talk in Manly Services Friday MANLY--The World Day of Prayer, Friday, will be observed with an all day service in the Bethel Evangelical church, beginning at 10 o'clock and including devotions, special music, current events from foreign nnd home mission fields and a covered riis! luncheon at 7ioon. In the afternoon Mrs. J. L. Lewis will talk on Burma and will show curios collected when she and Ihe Rev. Lee Lewis were missionaries in Burma. The offering taken will go to the flood sufferers. Daughter Is Born. ROCKWELL -- Mr. and Mrs. James Curley are parents of girl born Monday. QUICKLY RELIEVE ECZEMA ITCHING If your skin is broken out with fiery" or "weeping" eczema, you want to relieve the intolerable itching and burning as quickly as possible. Kesinol Ointment docs this nnd also combats the irritation caused by eczema--its oily base being ideal for penetrating the outer ·layers of the skin and securing deeper action. Wash the affected parts with warm water and Resinol Soap. It is especially suited to tender skin- soaps containing too much alkali may irritate. After washing off scales and crusts, pat dry with a soft cloth. Do not rub. Apply a. thin layer of Resinol Ointment, letting it remain for several hours. Apply again liberally at bedtima leaving on all night. The longer Resinol 13 in contact with the skin, the more good it docs, . Buy Resinol Soap and Ointment in any drug store. Sample free. .Write RcBino!, Dent. 16, Balto.. Md. 2 Anniversaries of Corwith Couples Are Observed at Dinner CORWITH--A joint celebration of wedding anniversaries was held Monday evening at the William G. Erdman home southeast of Corwith, when Mr. and Mrs. William F. Erdman celebrated their forty-ninth anniversary and their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. George H. Oxley celebrated their twenty-third anniversary. A 7 o'clock dinner was served by Mrs. William G. Erdman with only the immediate f am-' ilies present. Mr. and Mrs. Erdman drove B miles in an open cutter with the temperature 35 degrees below zero to Ottawa, 111., where they were married by the Rev. Mr. Schenk at the Lutheran church, Feb. 8, 1888. They came here from Illinois 36 years ago and settled on their farm six miles southeast o£ Corwith where they still reside. Their children are Mrs. George Oxley and William and they have two grandchildren, Harriet and George Oxley. Mr. and Mrs. Oxley were married at Corwith by the Rev. Mr. Cole, pastor o£ the Methodist church and began housekeeping at their home in Corwilh where they have lived since. Fred Judas, 76, Dies at New Hampton Home NEW HAMPTON--Fred Judas, 76, died at his home on East Prospect street Tuesday following a paralytic stroke. He was born in Illinois on Sept. 7, I860. He moved here a year ago from Readlyn. APPROPRIATION FOR U SOUGHT President Gilmore Asks for $3,190,500 Annually in Statement. IOWA CITY, (ff)~In a written statement concerning the financial needs of the University of Iowa for the biennium 1937-39, President Eugene A. Gilmore recommended to the state board of education that it ask the legislature , for an annual appropriation of $3,190,500 for the support and development of the university. "This amount," said the president, "represents the average ask- ings over a 12 year period preceding the depression levels of support and to make up some of the deficiencies and shortages lhat v have accumulated during the \ years of retrenchment." New Titonka Resident Is Injured m Crash TITONKA--W. A. Schram and Anton Pannkuk were in an accident Tuesday noon at the north end of Main street. Mr. Schram was driving into town from the west and Mr. Pannkuk was going out of town toward the west. They met at the Boyd Pannkuk corner in a headon collision. Mr. Pannkuk was badly shaken up, receiving internal injuries and a cracked rib on the left side. He was taken to a physician and then home and is confined to bed. The Pannkuks came to Titonka to live last 'week. They had previously lived here but for the past couple of years conducted a restaurant at Thornton. S508 Without Contact Solicitation. W E S L E Y -- .Wesley citizens swelled their donations toward flood relief to the amount ot S508.75 over the week-end. This is considered exceptionally well since no personal solicitation was made with individuals. I \~/upia ·oi/Q'ersfcs o,^ _ -L*... OO, The Merkel 1 '1

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