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March 29, 1934

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 5

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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE FIVE ^^^^^^^^^^gN^/iP^SRP^^^Gffr ROADS WATCHED BY VIGILANTES Officer Is Held Up When He Goes Into Barn to Arrest Gunman. '. NEW HAMPTON, March 29.-Chickasaw county vigilantes last night and this morning were guard- tag highways, watching for a man ·who last night held up Night Marshall G, L. Sheehy. The holdup man flashed a gun on the night marshal \vhen the latter attempted to arrest Marshal Sheehy was called to the Peter Birgen barn on South Water avenue after Birgen had reported that he was being molested by a stranger in his barn. C. W. Halterman, taxi operator, accompanied Marshal Sheehy to the barn. As the two went into the barn -the holdup man drew a gun on them. Haltcrman ran out of the barn. The holdup man pursued him Marshal Sheehy withheld firing. The holdup man was described ab tall and slim. Dr. Brown to Contest Election at Clarion CLARION, March 29.--Dr. G. B. Brown, defeated by L. L. Kirkpatrick for re-election to the office of mayor of Clarion by 20 votes, filed notice with the county auditor of his intention to contest the election. He has filed bond of 5100. Massed Bands to Flay. DECORAH, March 20.--Easier morning in Decorah will be greeted by a serenade by the massed bands of the city. The Decorah Municipal band, under the direction of I. N. Roundesville, and the Luther College band, with prof. Carlo A. Sperati, director, will play at 6:45 at the Lutheran church and at 7 a. m., at the courthouse. H E R E A N D T H E R E Miscellaneous Items From 125 Ctobc-GaacUe Correspondents in North Iowa and Mmncsota Arrive From Ottumwa. i NORA SPRINGS--Mr. and Mrs. James Harold Colcman and little son James Robert of Ottumwa, arrived Wednesday and Miss Mary ;oleman of Sioux Falls, S. Dak, will come Thursday to spend the rest of the week of Easter vacation with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Colcman. Visitor Becomes III. RUDD--Mrs. Celeste Bishop, who lives in Charles City, is visiting at the Roy Bracken home. She became ill with Hver trouble. A physician was called. She is improving.. AVill Meet Friday. NORA SPRINGS--The Independent Missionary society.of the Christian church will meet Friday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Eli Hutchinson,. Submits to Operation. . FLOYD--Ada Holtz underwent a major operation at the Cedar Valley hospital. Charles City. Little Damage From Fire. RICKVILLE--The RicevMle fire truck department went to the Fur- "eson home seven miles south of Riceville Wednesday morning and put out a fire. Little damage resulted. Attend Kites in Jcffcrs. LUVERNE--Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Blumer, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kraft and Mrs. Jacob Kubly drove to Jeffers. Minn., Wednesday where they attended the funeral of Nicolas Hauck. School Is Dismissed. HUTCHINS--Due to so many cases of mumps, school was dismissed in Orthcl township, district No. S. Miss Neva Gail Weiland the teacher. P. W. Keece Is 111. LEDYARD--P. W. Rcece is seriously ill at his home east of town with pneumonia. His children have been called to his bedside. Act Now! Ends Saturday! HOUSE HOLD «**»»-? EVENT Amazing-- bufc TRUE the wall finish that can "take it" The Thrifty Washable Wall Finish Now lasting, colorful beauty in a soft lustre finish that faTM take it/' From Semi-Lustre's porcelam- hke surface hot grease, ink spots, finger and pencil mute, "ash as if by MAGIC. Even steam does not effect it Unexcelled for use in bathrooms, Mtchens,_ stairways, Sis recreations rooms, etc. 12 beautiful tuits. Spec/a/ Introductory Offer This Event Only Ql. R»JuceJ to A/so F R E E ! The Home Decorator Contains 79 authentic homo .color schemes by Betty Wood, famous interior decorator. 44 pages. Get your free copy at our store--today. Paints for the Home Beautiful! S-W PUT WALL PAINT S-W ENAMELO1D 79 c $1.45 $1.30. 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FAULKNER--Mrs. Klein of Iowa Falls has been called to the home of her. daughter, Mrs. Fred Hoff- mcister, who is seriously ill with pneumonia. Visitors From Omaha. LUVERNE--Mrs. Mae Moore and Mrs. Minnie King of Omaha were here to visit their sister, Mrs. Wilson Legler, who recently underwent a major operation at Fort Dodge. She was brought home Saturday and is convalescing at her farm home east of town. Returns From Rochester. HUTCHINS--Mrs. Anfinson returned to her home Wednesday, after being with her daughter, Odessa who recently underwent an operation for goiter at Rochester, Minn Odessa is recovering. Visit Rochester 1'atient. ST. ANSGAR--Mr. and Mrs. H. K. Dahl, Miss Emma Torgcrson, Misses Anna and Jennie Olsen drove to Rochester to call on A. O. Ruai ley of Glenwood, a former St. Ansgar resident whose leg was ampu- .ated two weeks ago. He is at St. Mary's hospital. Given Farewell Tarty. NORA SPRINGS--The Crescent club gave a farewell party to Mrs. Sclhy Russell before she leaves for her new hobe in Milwaukee. Mrs. Ethel Burlingham as president of $295,000 in Primary Road Bonds Refunded for Franklin County HAMPTON, March 29.--Franklin county sold ?290,000 worth of ro- .'uuding primary road bonds Tuesday afternoon at the office of County Auditor E. D. Haecker. The bonds were sold to the A. C. Allyn company of Chicago, at a premium of 56,901. The refunding bonds which will bear 3% per cent are to take up the same amount of bonds bearing 4% per cent, thereby saving 1 per cent. Members of Old Age Pension Board Gather DES MOINES, March 29. (J 1 )-The members of the state old age pension board were to hold their first meeting here today to complete their organization and draft plans for administering the old age assistance law. Appointments of the three members were approved yesterday by the state executive council. A. L. Prick (R) of Des MoiiiCS, Mabel Meredith (D) of Ames, and John Porter-field (D) of Hamburg arc the members. Mrs. Meredith will serve a two year term, Urick three years and Porterfield four. Submits to Operation. HAMPTON--Mrs. Kenneth Hcr- riott is a patient at the Lutheran hospital where she underwent a ma- P A I N T H e A D Q 0* R f e;R_s Return From Elgin. RUDD--Mr. and Mrs. Roy Holtz, Mrs. Stella Holtz and Mrs. Ed Wtt- zcl returned Tuesday night from K l - 1 g-in. III., where they visited at the | Fred HolU home. Home From Umrhester. STtLSON--Mrs. Charles Bcnncr, I who has been in a hospital in Roch- I ester, Minn., several weeks, return- i ed home. Visitor From Cedar R;i|)ids. · DUMONT--Mrs. Harry Johnson came from Cedar Rapids Tuesday with Miss Dorothy Hoffner, and will spend until Sunday with her par- , ents, Mr. and Mrs. Will Hutchi- | son. ; Honored at Surprise. \ ST ANSGAR--Mr? and Mrs. H. j W Rowland and Mr. and Mrs. j Herbert Rowland, Jr., and daughter, Beverly, Mr. and Mrs. Nick Lorenzen and daughter, Minnie, Mr. and ilrs. Anton Grottt and daughter, Ar-1 della, Misses Frances Vocha and Dorothy Hurne surprised Mrs. Nettie Lund at her home. The men were all letter carriers and her assistants | during- the 14 years she was post- j mistress. | Return to Illinois. t WMITTEMORE--Mrs. Peter Vo- | -el son, Carl. Mrs. Anthony Vogel, : William Schmidt, returned Tuesday I to Lenore, 111., after attending the funeral of Mrs. Barbara Kollasch. Is Receiving Treatments. GORDQNSVILLE, Minn.--Mrs. F. H. Pierce who has not been well fo'r some time is in Minneapolis at the home of her son, Charles, taking treatments. Visitor From Montana. KANAWHA -- Mrs. Clarence Gramley of Montana is visiting with relatives and friends here. She is the daughter of Mrs. Robert Lucas. Spends Vacation in Hospital. TITONKA--Edward Boy ken, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Boyken, student at Lullier college at Decorah, is spending- his vacation at the Luther college hospital with mumps. Condition Is Favorable. BRISTOW--The condition of George Kielman who was taken to Mercy hospital at Waverly, Saturday night for an emergency operation for appendicitis, is reported as | favorable. Meets at Green Home. ELMA--The Tomorrow club was entertained at the home of Zelma Green. The major topic, a hook report was given by Billie Hanna. The j minor topic vras by Grace Murray, j Visitors From Mayweed. GRAFTON--Mrs. Lester Basse and son, Billy Dean of Maywood, HI., are visiting relatives here and in St. Ansgar. Returns From Rochester. LEDYARD--Mrs. Walsh, who makes her home with her daughter, Mrs. William Garry, returned home after visiting several weeks with relatives at Rochester, Minn. Homo For Vacation. i FENTON--Teachers and students '. home for Easter vacation include: , Florence Weisbrod. teaching at Des [ Moines; Arthur Kueckcr and Aug- ' ust Krause, students at Ames: Elvira Krause. teaching at Garner; Verona Weisbrod. student at the University of Minnesota; Stanley Munch, student at Luther college, Decorah and Edith Laage, teacher, and Karl Schwartz, student at Cedar Rapids, Burial Made at Decorah. DECORAH. March 29.--Funeral services were held Monday for Ole Teslow. SB. who died last week at Freepoit. following an attack of pneumonia. The services were in charge of the Rev. Mr. Brwlesen of Glenwood township, and burial was i made in the Lutheran cemetery at j Decorah. Mr. Teslow leaves his wife ! and several children. the club presented Mrs. Russell gift. Mrs. Russell had been a member 14 years. Bttrbcr in Serious Condition. RICEVILLE--M. J. 'Sloan, barter shop operator, is reported to be in a critical condition in the hospital at Cresco, where he underwent a serious operation Tuesday. Returns From Texas. CLARION--Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Mosley returned from a winter's va- ,tion spent in San Antonio, Tex. jor operation Wednesday. YOUR IOWA An Interesting Vact Daily About tho State You Are 1'roud to Call Vour Own! STATE MEDICAL HEAD IS SPEAKER Dr. L R. Woodward Presides at District Meeting in Clarion. CbAJRION, March 29, -- The ; Wright couoly Medical society and ' the seconU district of the Iowa State Medical society met jointly at a din- j ner at Hotel Moore here Tuesday | night. Dr. Charles 13. Taylor of Ot- | turmva, president of the Iowa State ; Medical society, was the principal j I speaker. His talk, given in a humor: ous vein, was entitle "A Cold Potato." Dr. L. R.. Woodward of Mason City, councillor of the second district of the Iowa Stale Medical so- . ciety, had charge of the meeting in conjunction with Dr. B. L. Eaainger 1 of Goldficld. president of the Wright j county society. Those on the program in addition to Dr. Taylor were Ur. B. L-. Basin- gcr of Goldficld. "Case History: Cerebral Thrombosis": Dr. Nellc Thomas Schiiltz. Humboldt. "Bandl's Contraction Ring with Case Report." Dr. M. G. Bourne, Algona. "Colitis." i The meeting was concluded with a second short talk by Dr. Taylor, ·who complimented those who had read papers on.the scientific manner with which their subjects had been presented. Thirty-six physicians attended the meeting. Among the guests was Dr. Robert It- Parker of Des Moines, secretary of the state medical society. to town City. DUA10NT -- Mrs- Walter Kran- schiim, assistant in Lhu postoCHce. went to Iowa City Monday w i t h her niece, Miss Joyce Wilcox, and wilt submit to a goiter operation later in the week. Wo Given. BtmCHI N A L--Easter service* will be licld at BurcMrwl churcX SiUKlny afternoon at 2 o'clock. A piigeiint, "Tlic Heart oi 1 The Cross'' will he given under the direction oi Mrs. Carstcns and committee. one Iowa, cities arc showing an increasing interest in traffic safety activities and some of them rank high in safety contests. A. single room -witlt lialli nt ThcAstor--at as low ns $3 loday--gives--leading holcl service; finest New York location; smarter Kotcl prestige; larger, airier rooms; luxurious fYir- nishings; the lending hold, value. ttATES fPif/t 6af7i or ,Wt0trcr One Person *3 "! Two J'craons '4' up Twin Beds *5 up Tiro 1'crsons: Two rooma, one fonlh *i up Three I'crsonBi Two rooms, one bath *( up Four Vet-sons: Two rooms, one both *7 »]· Suites: Pnrlor, bedroom lialh 1 *9 «P Buys Center Voint, Store. DUMONT, March 2!).--Harlcy Woodley, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. 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