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Mason City, Iowa
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Saturday, February 28, 1931
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10 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE FEBRUARY 28 1031 ·i ^ I I PORTIONS TO IOWA CITIES SHOWN IN BUILDINGS REPORT - ··' · . -T- , $504,000,000 IS TOTAL IN FUND Southern Minnesota, North Iowa'Get Much in Allotments. WASHINGTON, Feb. 28. UP)-How §504,000,000 of the public buildings fund is to be spent was shown in allotments forwarded to congress by Secretary Mellon and Postmaster General Brown. The report showed the specific, limits of coat authorized and appropriated for individual projects, the amounts allocated to projects not yet submitted to congress for appropriations and the amount set aside as a reserve to meet contingencies. The allotments for Iowa included: Algona, 580,000; Ames, $175,000; Clinton, $85,000; Hampton, 580,000. Harlan, 580,000; Independence, 585,000; Indianola, 580,000; Knoxville, 575,000; Manchester, $75,000; Mount Pleasant, §85,000; Nevada, 575,000. Osage, $80,000; Pella,; 570,000; Sac City, 575,000; Sheldon, $80,000; Storm Lake, 590,000; Waverly, . $90,000; Winterset, 575,000. Minnesota cities included are: Albert Lea, 5165,000; Cloquet, $90,000; Detroit Lakes, $90,000; Eveleth, $75,000; Hastings, $75,000; Hutch- · inson, $85,000. International Falls, $115,000; Litchfield, $85,000; Long Prairie, $75,000; Marshall, $95,000; Minneapolis courthouse, $1,200,000; St. Cloud, $185,000. Thief River Falls, $85,000; Wadena, $80,000; Waseca, $75,000; Wico- na, $115,000,% Worthington, $80,000. TRAVELER MAKES USE OF AGENT'S CREDIT SCARVILLE, Feb. 28.--Station Agent Anderson's credit is g09d-- just bit too good for his own welfare. This was proved when a man arriving by the coal car route on the Thursday morning passenger train bot a package of cigarets, claiming he was doing this for the agent. Promptly he disappeared and nothing more was seen of him. Play Is Presented by Thompson Eastern Stars THOMPSON, Feb. 28.--The Eastern Stars presented a two act comedy, "A Day in Sleepy Hollow," Thursday evening at the Masonic jlodgjjj^jrooms to a packed house, sition Vv^Jl given in honor of'Mr. and '-'Mrs. It. C. Aaberg, they being members of the two lodges. Leaves New Hampton Office NEW HAMPTON, Feb. 28.--Ed Roethler has leased the old office of the New Hampton Gazette in the Glass block from the New Hampton Tribune-Gazette, effective April 1, and will move his barber shop from the Darrow Trust and Sav- · ings bank building. Robert E. Pose will open a tailor and ladies' ready- to-wear shop in the vacated barber shop. Implement Company Is . Bought by 2 at Allison ALLISON, Feb. 28.--Roy and Bert Pooley of Greene purchased the Wilkins Implement company at Allison in a business deal recently. Kenneth C. Jasper of Moline, 111., is manager of the Pooley Implement company. His assistant is Dean Belknap of Scranton, N. Dak. RICEVlLLElftN IS FOUND DEAD Judson Henderson Started Elevator in 1887; Leaves Widow. RICEVILLE, Feb. 28.--Judson Henderson, prominent citizen, was found dead from an attack of heart disease Friday morning. Mr. Henderson was born in April, 1857, the son of a pioneer grain dealer at LeRoy, Minn., and started an elevator in Riceville about 1887, buying livestock at the same time. His health 'failed and he moved to Brownsville where he lived until the death of his -wife a few years ago, since which time he has made his home with his children. Mr. Henderson is survived by Mrs. Roy Carpenter and Roy Henderson, both of Fliceville; Catherine Henderson of Waterloo; Will Henderson of St. Ansgar; James Henderson of Cannon Falls, and by Harrold Henderson. Orchard Community Will Hear Talks by Two From Mason City ORCHARD, Feb. 28. -- Orchard will hold the next community meet- ng at the schoolhouse March 6 at 8 o'clock. K. J. Gleason and Charles A. Knouse, a Boy 'Scout executive of Mason City, will speak. Other features of the program, which is under the direction of the Ladies' auxiliary of the American Legion, will be patriotic songs and recitations by various groups in the r.ades. Co-Operation Institute Will Start on Tuesday AMES, Feb. 28.--Practically all phases of co-operative marketing vill be discussed at the Iowa insti- :ute of co-operation which opens in Des Moines Tuesday and continues until Thursday. The institute is sjiongored by Iowa_farm. r organizations. Among tEe~~m e mTa era committee in charge of the program are Dr. A. G. Black, head of agricultural economics; P. C. Taff, assistant director of extension, and W. H. Stacy, extension specialist in rural sociology at Iowa State col- ege. Mrs. Samuelson Calls Conference DES MOINES, Feb. 28. UP--Miss Agnes Samuelsou has called a conference of the legislative school committees, the tax revision committee and public school representatives for a conference. The date has not yet been set. Turkey £c Chicken Dinner Sunday.. 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. A special Dinner . . . Turkey and Chicken that you'll simply relish. And the many dishes . . . as tasty and inviting as can be. STEAKS .. CHOPS . . FOUNTAIN TREATS The grandest Steaks, thick and tender. Fine chops, fixed just the way you like *em. At the Lincoln, choice Sandwiches, salads, waffles, wonderful coffee. And extra good Soda Fountain treats. LUNCHEON . .'. WEEKDAYS . . . 35e Lincoln Sandwich Shop Cafe 1G-18 Second Street Northeast " A H A D D R E S S O F D I S T I N C T I O N ' : Important Business . .. Calls For An Important Address To the prestige value of an address of international reputation THE DRAKE adds many accommodations of very practical business value. For instance ... on request, we gladly place at the disposal of the guest, quarters for large or small conferences. There is no extra charge for this service. Mail . . . telegram . . . and phone calls are promptly dispatched . . , numerous experienced, skilled services are available to expedite your business. Rates begin at $S per day. T H E DRAKE HCTEfl., C J H I C A C O HERE AND T H E R E * * * * * * * » * « * * * » · « * » * Miscellaneous Items From 100 Glob'e-Gazette Correspondents in North Iowa and Minnesota Church Sale Announced STILSON--The TJ. B. church is laving the annual combination sale March 5. Community Aid Meets CALMAR--The Community Ladies' aid society met Thursday af- ernooti at the church, the hostesses ieing Mrs. E. Buck, Mrs. L. Radtke and Mrs. M. VVashburn. Unit Receives Citation TITONKA--The American Legion auxiliary unit of Titonka received :he national citation for having en- oiled and exceeded the 1931 mem- ership quota by Dec. 31, 1930. Recovering From Fhi TITONKA--Mrs. Rasmus Hanen, who has been ill with the flu or the past week, is slowly recov- ring. Operates Blacksmith Shop S'.VALBDALE-- Mr. and Mrs. Henry Casper and children moved nto the J. H. Sykes house. Mr. asper has been running the black- mith shop for the last six months. 2,000 Cars at Auction CALMAR--The largest auction :ale ever held in this part of the lountry was at the Andrew Knut;on farm northeast of Calniar. It was estimated that there were more :hau 2,000 cars there. Comes From Wyoming. TITONKA--Charles Cooper and Mrs. Alfred Martinek were surprised Thursday evening when their Brother from near Cheyenne, Wyo., whom they had not seen for 12 years called on them. Visit in HoIIundnlc. HUTCHINS--Mr. and Mrs. Ray Doughau and family visited Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Klocke of Hollandale, Minn. First Child is Born. TITONKA--Mr. and Mrs. George Sonnenberg are the parents of a daughter at their home, born Friday. This is their first child. Movo to Swalcilule. SWALEDAUE--Mrs. John Shaffer, Clear Lake, moved into the eorge Roney house in the west part ot town. Return to Swaledalc. SWALEDALE--Mr. and Mrs. ilosco Carr went to Des Moines Tuesday. Donald returned with hem. Were in Wisconsin. CALMAR--Dr. Y. A. Carpenter, "oe Poshusta and Charles Peterson returned from a trip to Red Granite, Wis., where Dr. Carpenter visited relatives. Junior League Entertains. RTJDD---Members of the_ junior eague entefTiu5e3Tthe"i'r fnothers"ai, ;he parsonage Thursday evening. Thirteen mothers "were present. Is Society Hostess. PLYMOUTH---Mrs^ F. Yezck was lostess to the F. W. D, society at her farm home southeast of Plymouth. Patriotic Program Grven. NORA SPRINGS--Mrs. Kenneth Shanks entertained the Harmony club. The program was a patriotic, esson conducted by Mrs. Ralph Rowley, Mrs. Edith Ritze and Mrs. iuella Moody. Founders Day Plans Made; RTJDD--The W. F. M. S. will meet at the Herman Schrader homa Wednesday. This will be Founder's day. Arrive From Wisconsin. CHAPIN--Mrs. Elmer Reints a daughter and Ted Reints of Janesville, Wis., arrived Friday for a visit with Mrs. Reints' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Abrams. Clarion Club Meets. CLARION--The B. C. club met with Miss Helen Jones Thursday night. Miss Margaret Coover won high bridge score. Campfire Girls Have Hike. K A N A W H A--T h e KajuhiS' campfire girls enjoyed a hike Thursday afternoon. Blanche Cleveland and Maurine Engstrom blazed the trail which ended at the east ele vator where they played ''Washing ton Punch." Entertains Lndies Aid. WODEN--Mrs. John Patlou en tertained the Methodist Ladies Aid at her home Thursday. Returns From South. G O O D E L L--John Con I an re turned from spending the winter in the south. Come From Austin. MITCHELL--Mr. and Mrs. Harry Learns and daughter, Avis, of Aus tin, Minn., have been visiting at th home of tneir aunt, Mrs. Marj Warrington. Visits at Rudd RUDD--Miss Irene Schroeder who is acting as Senator.JLafe Hill's secretary, came Friday night from Des Moines for a. week's visit at tin parental home. Comes From Ohio ALLISON--Ray Fish of Canton Ohio, is here for. a visit at the home of his mother, Mrs. Otto Kramer . Given Farewell Party P L Y M O U T H -- Mr. and Mrs Lewis Peshak entertained Thursda; evening at dinner in farewell com pliment to Mr. and Mrs. Clifford McKee and daughters, Dorothy an Betty Jane, who are leaving th neighborhood. Is From Chicago NORA SPRINGS--Edward Brown of Chicago is a guest this week o his sister, Mrs. Leonard Bellows. Program Is Presented CRESCO -- A Frances Willan program was given by Mrs. A. W Schlesselman of the Cresco Worn an's Christian Temperance union Friday afternoon. Starts Produce House GOODELL--Ray 'Durant of Gar ner started a produce house here in the Heginger building. Mr. Duranf will buy eggs, poultry and crean for cash. \ IN FEDERAL POST Associated Press Pliata James Graffon Rogers, deuu of the law school ot the University of Colorado, who liiis been appointed assistant secretary of state by President Hoover. YOUR IOWA One Interesting Fact Every Day About the State You Are Proud to Call Your Own! Iowa, according to the report of :he secretary of agriculture, has ess than 1 per cent of waste land. 3f all the tillable acres of the slate but 4.68 per cent is set aside for 'arm buildings, feed lots and high- vays. Highways account for 2.5 per ent of the land. Attends Rites at Milwaukee CALMAR--James Mashek left or Milwaukee to attend the fun- ral of his sister-in-law, Mrs. John tashek. Will Go to Chicago. N O R A SPRINGS -- Charles irundtner who has farmed the Dobsou farm, will go to Chicago soon-and- Frank Paulus has moved on to this place. Carl Cast has ·noved from the farm into an apart- ·nent in the Coon flat. Are Guests at Rudd. RUDD--Mr. and Mrs Lee Krause and daughter arrived Thursday for a visit at the parental Robert Krause home. They live at Webster, Wis. Assists Injured Sister, BANCROFT--Mrs. William Connelly is at Luverne assisting her sister, Mrs. Mike Stribbling. Mrs. Stribbling broke her arm while cranking a car. Goes to Hutchinson. CLARION--Mrs. H. H. Fritze left for a visit at the D. D. Goodnow home in Hutchinson, Mituu Son Is 111. WODEN--Tony Buns, Mrs Ralph Smith and Mrs. Peter Greenfield were" called to Mason City Friday morning on account of the illness of Kenneth Buns, son of Mr and Mrs. Tony Buns who has been at the Mercy hospital since Tuesday. Many at Bazar. LATIMER--The M. E. L. A. S supper and bazar held at "Slidt, Easy Inn" Thursday evening wa well patronized. Soet Is Discussed. GARNER--The last day session for this season .of the south Game community club was held yesterdaj in the home of Mr. and Mrs. M T. Love. A program was given on the life and works of Edgar Guest conducted by Mrs. Clare Pollock Several Funiilies Move. ROCKFORD--Some of the farm ers from this locality who are mov ing to other homes are the Henr Hott, Emil Ziebell, Sam Ballhageii and Vern Farnham families to Charles City, Alex Milloy to Osage George Brinkman to Garner, S. H Vestal to Union and William Ben son to Nora Springs. Kniuuvhu Kindergarten Starts. KANAWHA--An hour class o: kindergarten will start next Mon day in the first grade building. Mrs Morgan will teach. Is III at Xjitimer. LATIMER--Miss Jane Damm is quite sick with erysipelas. Mis: Damm makes her home with Mr and Mrs, John Londergon. Return to Mitebcll. MITCHELL--Mr. and Mrs. An ton Hummell, who were reccntlj married in Chicago, have returned home. Were Away Two Years MITCHELL--Mr. and Mrs. Ed Boe, who spent the past two years in Charles City, have returned tc their home here. Go to Des Moines CHAPIN--L. E. Allen and G. A Mayer were visitors at Des Moine. Friday. Calniar P. T. A. Meets CALMAR--The regular meeting of the Calmar P. T. A. was hel' Thursday evening at the high schoo assembly room. A program wa given, including a band recital b; the children's band and a vocal con test by high school students. Conies From DCS Moines SWALEDALE--Mr. and Mrs. J H. Carr of Des Moines visited rela tfvcs here Thursday. Given Farewell Party SWALEDALE--The M. E. church ave Mr. and Mrs. William Ax a arewell party Thursday evening in he social rooms of the church. Leave for Rogers LYLE, Minn.--Mr. and Mrs. Howrd Rick plan to leave for their ome in Rogers, Minn., after a week's visit at the R. J. Rick home. Husband in Hospital TITONKA--Mr. and Mrs. Antone iorensen moved their household oods to Irvington where Mrs. Sornsen and baby daughter will re- ide while Mr. Sorensen is in the eterans' hospital for treatment. VIrs. Sorensen bas a brother living t Irvington. s Weddine; Anniversary Celebrated THORNTON--Seventy-five rieigh- iors and friends surprised Mr. and Irs. John Younge on their wed- ing anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. Younge are moving March 1 near Sheffield. Is Swnlcdalo Guest. SWALEDALE -- Mrs. Richard Rawson of Sheffield is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Rosco Carr. Attends Convention. l CALMAR--The Rev. H. A. Preus, pastor of the Lutheran church left "or Mankato, Minn., to attend P. convention at Bethany college. On his return trip he expects to go by vay of Minneapolis to visit relatives and bring his mother home. Recovers From Operation. RUDD--Phylis Brandau, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Brandau s at the home of her grandparents ecovering from a mastoid operation, Cufe Is Sold WODEN--Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Galley, who purchased the Olson afe in December, sold it to Mr. Smith of near Garner. I'uys .$22,000 For Farm GOODELL--Hauko Barkema pur- hased a 160 acre farm, stock and ousehold goods from Chris Deiger or 522,000. Mr. and Mrs. Deiger vill retire to Goodell. Hostesses to Ciub ROCKFORD--Mr. and Mrs. Roy abtree were hostesses to the enipr Bridge club in the Lynn mith home Thursday night. High onors were awarded Mrs. Max Valker and Grover Galvin. Teacher Is Improved RUDD--Merton Crowell is much mproved. A letter to a Rudd riend stated that he had gone to linneapolis'for an eye test and that e expected to be able to teach next fear. Daughter Is Christened. LYLE, Minn.--Mr.' and Mrs. Howard Rick had their baby daughter christened Marylin Shirley at the lome of Mr. Rick's parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Rick. Auxiliary Sends Supplies. TITONKA--The Legion auxiliary shipped a large box of clothing to .he. veterans supply shelf at Des Moines this week and also ISO new magazines, carpet rags, playing cards and 12 cushion tops to the U. S. Veterans' Hospital at Knoxville. Come Firom Champaign. HUTCHINS--Mr, and Mrs. Clyde Colee of Champaign, 111., are visiting her sister, Mrs. Elmer Sheets helping her move. Go to Illinois. RUDD--Mr. and Mrs. Roy Holtz accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Ray Holtz to Elgin, 111. Are Thompson Guests. THOMPSON--Mr. and Mrs. Clifton McVay, Woodbine, visited Thursday and Friday with their parents, Dr. and Mrs. G. M. Lee. Class Holds Meeting. NORA SPRINGS -- The Open Door Sunday school class met Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. George Coleman. Hold Rudd meeting. ' RUDD--Nine agents of the Bankers Life Insurance company met Friday at the Rudd hotel. At noon they were served a banquet at the Miller cafe. Lupin Buys Hull. BANCROFT--The Yeoman hall was purchased by Frank Lupin from Arthur Murray. GARNER MAN ON TURNER'S STAFF State's Military Personnel Announced; Guard, Board Also Named. DBS MOINES, Feb. 28. Ul'l--The state's military personnel for the next biennium has been completed with the announcement by Governor Dan Turner of his staff, members of the national guard advisory board and the armory board. Members of the governor's staff are: Adj. Gen. Winfred H. Bailey, chief; assistant Adj. Gen. Charles H. Grahl, assistant chief of staff; Cols. John C. Loper of Marshalltown, Charles L. Wilson of Washington and Claude M. Stanley of Corning; Lieut. Cols. Robert J. Shaw of Sigourney, William J. O'Connell, Dale A. Griswold, George L. Carton and James M. McNamara of Des Moines, George A. Bemis of Garner, Joseph W. Kane of Corning, Jacob C. Koenig of LeMars and Watson Risden of Cedar Rapids. Loper, Wilson, Shaw, O'Connell, Griswold, Bemis and McNamara are reappointments. The entire advisory board was reappointed as follows: Maj. Gen. Matthew A. Tinley of Council Bluffs; Brig. Gens. W. H. Bailey, Lloyd D. Ross and Park A. Findley of Des Moines; Cols. Glenn C. Haynes and Ray Yenter of Des Moines, Gordon C. Holler of Sioux City and Harry Ward of Davenport, and Maj. Earl B. Bush of Ames. The armory board also was reappointed as follows: Brig. Gen. W. H. Bailey and Guy E. Logan of Des Moines; Lieut. Col. Henry G. Geiger of Sheldon, and Majs. Thomas P. Hollowell of Fort Madison and Maxwell A. O'Brien of Des Moines. Lafe Hill Home During Recess of Legislature NORA SPRINGS, Feb. 28.--Senator and Mrs. Lafe Hill arrived Fri- Program Is Presented by Several Pupils at Rudcl RUDD, Feb. 28.--The eighth grade gave a program which consisted of a play, "Mary Gives a Party;" pantomime, ''Columbia the Gem of the Ocean," by Viola Blunt; instrumental solos by Katherine Bortz and Lois Schweizer, with Miss Earp at the piano; song by Lois Schvveizer, and "The Musical Mechanical Midgets," by four little girls, Leila Hofler, Lucile Walbaum, Luella Stalker and Rose Marie Edie. Lions Back Street Oiling BANCROFT, Feb. 27.--Several were entertained at the regular Lions club meeting. At this meeting it was decided to support the oiling of' streets the coming year. Mason City Choir Plans . Nora Springs Program NORA SPRINGS, Feb. 28.--The choir of the Alliance Gospel tabernacle of Mason City will present the story of "The Little Pink Rose," consisting of a reading interspersed with 12 songs, at the Baptist church beginning at 8 o'clock Monday evening. day evening from Des and will spend the recess of the legisla r ture in Nora Springs, going to Dea Moines again to be ready for work March 5, Comes From Illinois. ALLISON--Sylvester Flynn, Who returned here from Durand, III., is moving into his house here. 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