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Mason City, Iowa
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Tuesday, April 3, 1934
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APRIL 3 1934 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE MOT PEARL NOBLE, EMMETSBURG, DIES OF ACCIDENT INJURIES AUTOMOBILE AND TRUCK COLLIDE Teacher Succumbs at Ames; Body of Victim Taken to Home. EMMETSBURG, April 3.--Miss Pearl Noble, 35, Emmetsburg, critically injured in an automobile accident near Ames Saturday, died there Monday afternoon, relatives here were advised. Miss Noble, a teacher of music in the Hubbard schools, was enroute to Des Moines with two other women when the car she was driving skidded on icy pavement and crashed into a truck. She suffered head and internal injuries. The car was wrecked. Members of the family left for Ames Monday to return with the body, with funeral plans indefinite. It is thought services will be held from the Congregational church here, the Rev. R. J. Cornell officiating. Miss Noble was a graduate of the Graettinger high school and of Cornell college, Mount Vernon, and had taught public school music for several years. With her family, she moved to Emmetsburg a few years ago. Surviving are her father, I. F. Noble, and her sister, Olive, both of Emmetsburg; Mrs. 0. Gardiner of near Graettinger, Mrs. Otis Addison of Bellevue, S. Dak., and Mrs. Roy Jackson of Amery, Wis., all sisters, and a brother, Ward Noble of Graettinger. Chambers of Corwith Candidate for G.O.P. Representative Post CORWITH, April 3.--J. A. Chambers, who. lives on a farm three miles east of Corwith, is a candidate for the republican nomination for representative to the state legislature from Hancock county. Mr. Chambers is a graduate of the agricultural college at Iowa State college. He has lived on a farm near Corwith most of the time since he was four years old. For the past 12 years, he lived on the farm east of town. He has two children, a boy who is a senior in high school, and a girl who is a. sophomore. He has served six years on the Corwith consolidated school board. H E R E A N D T H E R E * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * Miscellaneous Items From 125 Globe-Gazette Correspondents in North Iowa and Minnesota 10 in Hancock County Chosen for CCC Camp Move to Bclmond. BRADFORD--Mr. and Mrs. G. 0. Kling moved to Belmond, where they will live this summer. Born Easter Sunday. ROCKWELL--Mr. and Mrs. John P. Nelson are parents of a son, born Easter Sunday. Guests From Minneapolis. FAULKNER--Mr. anrt Mrs. Will Pharis and children, Billy, Marjorie and Bobby of Minneapolis, visited Saturday and Sunday at the J. R. Wallace home. Are Parents of Son. SHEFFIELD--Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Boehlje are the parents of a son born Sunday. Visitor From Tracy. PLYMOUTH--Mr. and Mrs. A. Harness and daughter, Elizabeth, have as their guest Mrs. Harness' father, of Tracy, Minn. .Recovering From Illness, HAMPTON--Miss Avis Fox, who has been seriously ill the past two weeks, is reported to be convalescing, as is Helen Joan Jones, little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Jones. Return From Galesburg. POPEJOY--The Rev. Miriam E. Hotchkiss and Mrs. Hettie Hotchkiss returned home the last of the week from. Galesburg, 111-, where the former's brother, Ralph · Hotchkiss, died. Submits to Operation. THOMPSON--Kathrine Florence, 8, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Oral Florence, was operated on for mastoid Monday at the Irish hospital at Forest City. Leave for Chicago. MARBLE ROCK--The Rev. Frederick Thiel, pastor of the local Methodist church, his mother and sister, Miss Wilma Thiel, left Monday morning to visit in Chicago, Milwaukee and in Cleveland, Ohio. Guest from Missouri. ST. ANSGAR--Mr. and Mrs. Cay Jenson, Sioux City, Mrs. L. J. Ni- pher and family, Estherville, and Mrs. Godfrey Roll, Jefferson City, Mo., visited until Sunday evening at the Douglas Roll home. Buy Hanlontown Home. HANLONTOWN--Mr. and Mrs. John Hegne and family will take possession this week of the Gesme estate house on South Main street, which they purchased Saturday. Mr. Hegne will do considerable repair work on their new home. Returns From Chicago. LONEROCK--Harold Angus, accompanied a carload of cattle to Chicago last week and also visited relatives. He returned Monday BANQUET SPEAKER Mrs. Seibold 111. FAULKNER--Mrs. Gottleib Seibold, 80, is critically ill with pneumonia at her home northwest of Faulkner. Visits in Minneapolis. SHEFFIELD--Miss Nola Kammeier visited Sunday with friends hi New Richmond, Wis., and Minneapolis. Visitors From Detroit. ACRLEY--Mr. and Mrs. Earl Stauffacher, Detroit, Mich., arrived Saturday for a week's visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Stauffacher. Misses Esther and Hilda Stauffacher of Waterloo visited over Sunday with their parents and brother. Anniversary Is Celebrated. LUVERNE--Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Wermersbn were surprised when 20 relatives and friends went to their home to assist them in celebrating their twenty-fifth wedding annivers- G, A. R. TO SEEK AIDFORGRATTAN Clemency for Veteran, 85, in Prison for Murder, to Be Asked. DES MOINES, April 3. /P)--Representatives c* the G. A. R. departments in a mt ting here next week will seek executive clemency for Man-in T. Grattan, 85 year old veteran, it was learned. Grattan now is serving a life imprisonment sentence in Fort Madison penitentiary for the murder of Claude Meade, race horse driver. The slaying, which occurred at the Decorah fairgrounds, was an outgrowth of an argument over a horse race. Grand Army officials said heads of their own organization, the Ladies of the G. A. R., Sons and Daughters of Veterans, and the Sons of Veterans auxiliary will attend a meeting here April 11 and probably will confer with the governor. Petitions urging that Grattin be paroled and transferred to the Soldiers home have been circulated among G. A. R. organizations over the state and it is planned to present these to the governor for consideration. Grattan was sentenced at Decorah last fall. He claimed at the trial that the shooting was in self defense and to protect his grandson, Henry Grattan. Mrs. Walsh, Formerly of Lonerock, Dies at Fonda LONEROCK, April 3.--Word was received here Sunday of the death of Mrs. Richard Walsh of Fonda. Death was caused from heart disease. The Walshes recently moved from here. School for O. B. S. DOWS, April 3.--Miss Anna Johnson of Eagle Grove, 0. E. S. instructor for this district planned a school of instruction at the Masonic hall Tuesday afternoon and evening. Are Parents of Son. WHITTEMORE--Mr. and Mrs. George Streit are the parents of a boy born Monday. They have a family of three boys and one girl. Hampton Fanner Hurt When Auto Slips From Jack as He Is Working HAMPTON, April 3.--B. F. Howard, farmer living southeast of here, received severe injuries to his left hand Monday afternoon while making repairs on an automobile when it slipped from the jack, nearly severing the index finger. It is not known whether amputation will be necessary. Salee Chosen Police Chief for Iowa Falls IOWA FALLS, April 3.--When the city council met Monday noon to organize for the coming biennial term, the only changes in the personnel of the administration was in the police department. Joseph Sallee has been named chief of police to succeed John Jones. The latter will continue on the force as patrolman, as will Forrest Dougan. W. E. Cavana has retired from the force. The new chief was formerly connected with the Central States Electric company. BULLET RETURNS TO MARKSMAN Richard Silery of Protivin Injured While Shooting at Board. PROTrVTN, April 3. -- Richard Silery was injured in an unusual accident. He was shooting at a board,when one bullet flew back and hit him in the eye. He was taken to Mercy hospital, Cresco. The physicians removed two shots from his eye. He is recovering speedily at his home. Citizens' Bank Opens at Hanlontown, Freed of 1 1 1 HANLONTOWN, April 3.--The Citizens' Savings bank opened Monday without restrictions and is freed from senate file 111. The Citizens' Savings bank is one of the oldest banks in Worth county. morning. GARNER, April 3.--Carl O. Roe, Visitors From Pine City. The silver anniversary of the founding o£ Sigma Delta Chi, professional journalistic fraternity, will be celebrated at the 'fraternity's annual All- Iowa banquet Tuesday, April 17. W. L. Chenery, editor of Collier's, will speak. Sponsors are the Des Moines alumni association and active chapters of Drake university, Iowa State college, the State University ol Iowa and Grinnell college, and more than 200 Iowa editors and publishers are expected. member of the committee of three, for re-employment in Hancock county met at Britt Monday morning to help select 10 young men for reforestation work from 16 applicants. The ones who were to report to Mason City Tuesday include Verne Peterson and Claytus Hanson of Garner; Eldridge Dunfee, Vern Lepper, Lester Matille of Corwith; Elmer Swaney and Clifford Friedow of Britt; Walter Drake of Klemme; Vincent LaPIante of Crystal Lake and Robert German of Woden. Mitchell County Fair to Be 3 Days in '34 OSAGE, April 3.--Mitchell county fair board announced Aug. 13 to 15 as dates for the season's fair, reducing the time to three-days this year, with entry day Saturday. A committee from the board spent a day with the board at the big fair at Nashua recently, arranging a booking of talent the same for both fairs. Fredericksburg Play to Be Presented Wednesday FREDERICKSBURG, April 3.-The play, "Headstrong Joan" will he given in the school auditorium Wednesday evening. The cast is composed of Betty Rausch, Edgar Farnum, Loretta Weitenhagen, Beth Chambers, Harry Trewin, Adelia Belle Whitcomb, Louis Morf, Madonna Gillam, John Ellison and Gerald Barker. Rites for Mrs. Perry C. Loomis of Belmond Held BELMOND, April 3. -- Mrs. Charlie Webb of Pyullap, Wash.; Mrs. M. H. Lord, Mrs. Lewis Lord, Mrs. Dedrich and son of Minneapolis, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. Howard Forristal and Miss Inez Kent of Des Moines and Mr, and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Pablett of Iowa Falls, attended the funeral of Mrs. Perry C. Loomis held in the Loomis home Sunday afternoon with burial in the Belmond cemetery, the Rev. S. U. Leinbach officiating. Mrs. Loomis died suddenly at her home Thursday afternoon from heart disease. Mitchell County Pioneer Dies at Home in Kansas McINTlRE. April 3.--Anthony Tib'oits died Sunday morning at his home in Salina, Kans. He was 80 years old March 25. He was an early settler in Mitchell county, Iowa, moving to Kansas from Osage. He was a brother of John Tlbbits, 78, Mclntire who is now the only surviving member of the family, of one sister and five brothers. Mr. Tibbits leaves an aged wife and one son, George, also in Kansas. Ankle Broken In Fall. GOODELL, April 3.--Elmer Kien- pnberger fell on an ice sidewalk and broke his ankle. Al Whitaker is driving for him on the mail route. FERTILE--Mr. and Mrs. Forest Whitmore Roberts of Pine City, Minn., spent Easter with Mr. and Mrs. Ben Miller. College Teacher Visitor. - MARBLE ROCK -- Miss Genevieve Staudt, instructor in Elmhurst Evangelical college at Elmhurst, 111., is spending her Easter vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Matt Staudt. Daughter Weighs 10 Pounds. GRAFTON--Mr. and Mrs. Eldred TJrbatsch are the parents of a 10 pound daughter. This is' their first child. Beturn to Madison. ST. ANSGAR--Mr. and Mrs. J. Russell Lane and Laura Lee arrived Sunday from Madison, Wis., for 3. visit at the parental O. H. Koch home. Mr. Lane returned Monday, but Mrs. Lane will remain for a longer visit. Will Meet Wednesday, P L Y M O U T H -- The Farmers Wives and Daughters club meets Wednesday with Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Molsberry. A 1 o'clock dinner will be served. The program will include "All About Hosiery," Mrs. Harriet Hugi; charades, Mrs. Paul Chehock; and 'Paper on Curtains," Mrs. W. Harmon. Returns to Universitv. ROCK FALLS--Miss Mary Jane Bliem has returned to her work at the University of Iowa after spending the spring vacation at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Bliem. Submits to Operation. HAMPTON--Mrs. Chester Sober is a patient at the Lutheran hospital where she underwent a major operation Saturday. Her condition is reported favorable. Visit in Minneapolis. LAKOTA--The Misses Emma and Louise Thaves spent Saturday and Sunday with relatives at Minneapolis. Daughter Is Bora. HUTCHINS--A baby girl was born to Mr. and Mrs. Herman Nuehring Saturday. To Meet Wednesday. MELTONVILLE--The community club will meet in the Thomas Hall Wednesday evening, Leland Thomas, Maynard Johnson and Gilbert Anderson have charge, of the program. Marshall-Swift furs from Mason City will be shown. Several Guests Entertained. GOODELL--Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Conlon entertained Sunday Mrs. Rose Houghton, son Reginald, granddaughter, Betty Jane Houghton, Marshalltown, Cholm Houghton of Iowa City, S. J. Houghton and family and his sister, Daphne of Eagle Grove and Mrs. Thomas Cashman and son, Francis. 25 at Treasure Hunt. CARPENTER--Mrs. Clifford Ellgen entertained 20 young people at a treasure hunt Wednesday evening in honor of the birthday of her son, Lewis. Recovering From Injury. MITCHELL--Junior, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Borchardt, ran a rusty nail into the side of his head while playing, which caused con- siderable trouble. He is reported Improving. Daughter Is Born. ALEXANDER--Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Weimen are parents of a girl, Dorothy Mae. This is their third child. Home From Hospital SEXTON--Mrs. W. Z. Miller came home Saturday afternoon from the Kossuth Hospital, Algona, where she underwent a major operation Monday morning. She is able to sit up part of the time, Recovering After Injury. MELTONVILLE--Roy Pike, son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Pike, who cut his hand so severely that a number of stitches were taken in it, is improving. Visitors From Louisiana. WHITTEMORE -- Henry, Helen and Marie Dahlhauser of Tullah, La., arrived for a visit here with relatives. Henry returned home Monday and the girls remained with their sister, Mrs. Tony Wechter of Gilmore City. Visit With Parents. CARPENTER--Mr. and Mrs.. H. W. Parrott, Tripoli, spent Saturday and Sunday at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Culbertson. Received By Churches. OSAGE--Churches were filled to overflowing for morning Easter services. At the Congregational church eight new members were received; at the Baptist, 18, 12 of whom received baptism and 6 affiliating from elsewhere. At the Methodist church 27 members were received. Return From West. ALEXANDER--Miss Jessie Bell, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Leebrich and daughter of Hampton returned home Sunday after spending a month with friends and relatives in California, Washington and Oregon. Visits in Minneapolis. MITCHELL--Mrs. Ella Smith has gone to Minneapolis to visit at the home of her daughter, Mrs. C. E. Drake and family. Visitors From University. LAKOTA -- Norman Frerking, Wilbur Hassebrock and Virgil Smith spent the Easter vacation at their homes here. The boys are all students at the University of Dubuque where they are studying for the ministry. Teacher Is HI. HUTCHINS--School was dosed in district No. 5 Orthel township Monday due to illness of Miss Inez Eckles, teacher. Father Critically HI. GOODELL--H. O. Allaben, Traer, Vincent Allaben. Chicago, Mrs. Dorothy Genes, Moline, HI., were called to the Hampton hospital by the critical illness of their father, W. N. Allaben. Mrs. Allaben and daughters. Mrs. Jay Buchanan, Mrs. Robert McNutt of Goodell are also with him. Return to Dulnth THOMPSON--Mr. and Mrs. John Swain and family of Duluth, Minn, who spent a week at the J. O. Osmundson home, returned to their home Saturday. Will Live in St. Paul. ST. ANSGAR--Julius Sifert, who made his home %vith his daughter, Mrs. H. H. Meyer, the past 4 years, left Sunday for Austin where he will visit his son, and from there will go to St. Paul to make his home with his daughter. Return to Studies HANLONTOWN--Harold Rye left Monday for Sioux Falls, S. Dak., to resume his work at Augustana college. Miss Opal Man from Iowa City was home for her Easter vacation. Return From Jefferson SEXTON--Hecry Molliette and his sister, Mrs. Hugh Janette, returned Sunday night from Jefferson where they had been called by the illness of their mother, Mrs. Molliette who suffered a paralytic stroke. CONOCO INTRODUCES A Remarkable new MOTOR OIL Its lower consumption and greater protection to motors proved by the most convincing test ever made! 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