The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on April 3, 1934 · Page 16
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April 3, 1934

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 16

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SIXTEEN MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE APRIL 3 1934 D, PATTON, 90, DIES AT HOME Succumbs Following Death of Wife Two Weeks Ago; Rites Wednesday. Donald Patton, 90, died at his farm home one-fourth of a mile north of Burchinal about 4:15 o'clock Monday afternoon. His wife, Mary, died at the same home two weeks ago Monday. Both had lived in Cerro Gordo county more than 50 years. Mr. Patton was born in Campbelltown, Scotland, but came to this country about 70 years ago. He was engaged in farming throughout his life. Surviving Mr. Patton are his four sons, Dan of Clear Lake, James and George of Burchinal, Hugh T. of Monago, N. Dak., and two grandchildren, Wayne Patton and Mrs. Fayne Huntly of Clear Lake. Funeral services will be held Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the First Methodist church of Burchinal. The Rev. Mr. Carver of Thornton will be in charge of the services. Burial will be in Elmwood cemetery. The body was taken to the Patterson funeral home. Here and There Students Are Home BURT--Among students to spend Easter at home were Raemond Koestler, Cedar Falls; Paul Kriethe, Drake student; Marilda Pratt, Iowa City; Dean Clapsaddle, Coe college. Visitors From Illinois. CORWITH--Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Keed of Oblong, HI., spent the week-end with his sisters, Mrs. Harry Brown and Mrs. Earl Brown. Visitor From Montana BURT--Howard Patterson, Bil- Jings, Mont., spent the week-end ·with his mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Patterson and his brothers, C. W. and Sen. G. W. Patterson. Honored on Anniversary FERTILE--On the 36th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. James Purcell, 'their children planned a surprise on them. About 50 relatives and friends came to spend the evening. Home From Evanslon. POPEJOY--Harold R. Hotchkiss, student at Evanston, Dl., is spending his Easter vacation with home folks. Home From School. FLOYD -- Alice Laun of the school faculty of St. Ansgar spent the week-end at Floyd and assisted in the Easter program at the M. E. church Sunday evening. , Coming From California. RUDD--Mrs. Henry Blunt was very ill Friday but seems to be im- Her daughter, Mrs. Ruth ·Schneider and her son, George, left Los Angeles, Cal., Sunday. ·Returns to Illinois. 1 DOWS--Miss June McComas returned Monday to her teaching in Napiersville, Dl., after her vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry McComas. Daughter Is Born. NEW HAMPTON--Born to Mr. and Mrs. Harry Faber, a daughter, April 1. Guests From Michigan. RUDD--Ben Frevert and Carl Drury of Alma, Mich., are visiting et the William Frevert home. Taught Champion Speller. FLOYD -- Miss Vanita Schmidt, Floyd, entered the champion speller In the Floyd county spelling contest which was held in Charles City. Myrtle Hensemann was the winner and' a pupil of Miss Schmidt's. Visitor From Madison. RUDD--Homer Witzel who attends school at Madison, Wis., is visiting at the parental E. Witzel home. . Visit in Minneapolis. COULTER--Mrs. Loyd Finch and baby left for Minneapolis where she will, spend a .week visiting her parents and other relatives. Will Be Hostesses. STILSON--Mrs. Tver Brown and Mrs. L. B. Foster will be hostesses to the Ladies Aid society Thursday afternoon at the church. Will Be Held Thursday. SWALEDALE -- The followup tneeting; of the Farm Bureau will be teld with Mrs. J. P. Benson Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Return to Rapids. DUMONT--Mrs. Forrest Clem- "ens, two children, Jimmie and Bartara Frances, and Louie Clemens, came from Cedar Rapids Friday. Mrs. Harry .Johnson, who has been visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Will Hutchison the past week, returned home with them Sunday. Louie will remain here with his parents. Visits in Racine. CRYSTAL LAKE---Pete Hansen left Saturday for Racine, Wis. He was accompanied by his niece, whom he met in Mason City. After visiting- bis brothers at Racine he will go to Chicago to -visit his son Hilton wha is studying to be a minister. Returns to Chicago. PROTrVTN--Frank Bouska returned to his home in Chicago after spending Easter with his children. Annabelle and Cyril Bouska and many other relatives. Visitors From Minneapolis. COULTER--Mrs. Tillman Sogge and daughter Joann of Minneapolis are visiting Mrs. Sogges' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Madsen. Mr. Madsen is recovering rapidly from his recent major operation. Guest From Dinols. SWALEDALE--Russell Hemphill of Downers Grove, 111., has been vis Iting the home folks. Returns to Iowa City. PROTIVIN--Leonard Swestka re- iurned to Iowa City after visiting ARMY PILOTS "BROKE" AS AIRLINES RE-BID Army airmail flyers, unable to pay their board bills because they had not received additional salary allotted them for airmail service, are shown carrying on under difficulties in the offices o[ the airmail service at Byrd aiiyort, Richmond, Va. They were preparing their own meals and sleeping on improvised . bunks as the postofficc department moved to get new bids from commercial lines which soon will carry the mall again. (Associated Press Photo). his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Swestka and other relatives. Returns to Iowa City. COULTER--C. A. Aageson returned to his school work at Iowa City in the medical department after an Easter vacation spent with his mother and brothers here. Given Surprise Party. SWALEDALE--Supt. and Mrs. D. Henn were given a surprise party by friends from Mason City. Taken to Hospital. CRYSTAL LAKE--Mrs. Eddie Dietz who resides on a farm with her family just east of Crystal Lake v,-as tal«n to the hospital in Forest City in a. very serious condition suffering: from an abscess. Evelyn Jackson Rites to Be Held Wednesday With Burial in Britt BRITT, April 3.--Funeral services :or Miss Evelyn Jackson, 77, will be leld Wednesday afternoon at Stilson. Miss Jackson was born in Illinois, April 2, 1857. She had been in ill health since March 1. She was at tha home of Mrs. J. W. McKee at the time of her death. Burial will be made at the Evergreen cemetery, Britt. Cresco Country Club Names Reed President CRESCO, April 3.--Dr. E. H. Allen, J. P. Thomson. C. W. Reed, C. E. Fields and R. G. Baker, new members of the board of directors of the Cresco Country club, met Saturday evening and elected the following for the ensuing year; | Carl W. Reed, president; C. E. Fields, vice president; Charles P. McNally, secretary; J. P. Thomson, treasurer; Dr. .E. H. Allen, chair- j man greens committee; J. H. Bur- | gess, house and entertainment' committee; Fred W. Wodrich. tournament committee: A. L. Peterson, membership committee. Mr. and Mrs. Pforr, Wheelerwood, Honored WHEELERWOOD, April 3.--Mr. and Mrs. Henry Pforr were surprised Saturday night when a host of friends, relatives and neighbors came to celebrate the Pforr's twenty-fifth wedding anniversary. A mock wedding was staged with Henry Fuche as th bride, Johne Trainer, bridegroom and '. Elmer ^ Pforr and Grace Harris as flower girls. The Henry Pforrs lived in this community all their married life. They have four children, Mrs. Robert Shook.of Clear Lake and Fred and wife and Florence and Ivy at home. And in the bright lexicon of our youth there was no such word as "frail."--Dubuque Telegraph-Herald. Work Relief Plans for Iowa Blocked by Lack of Funds DES MOINES, April 3. Ul't--'E. H. Mulock, Iowa emergency relief director, declared that the work relief program for Iowa proposed to supplant the CWA is being blocked by lack of funds. An attempt is being made to find funds, however, he said. With 'only $600,000 anticipated from the federal government for the month of April, county funds will have to be used to start the work-relief program and many counties are reluctant to spend more money, he declared. The $3,000,000 state relief money appropriated by the special session of .the legislature is not available until July, Mulock pointed out. Teachers of Lutheran Parish Schools Gather at Fort Dodge FORT DODGE, April 3. L3)--- Teachers of Lutheran Parish schools in Iowa will hold their annual state conference here Wednesday, Thursday and Friday with Prof. A. W. Stellhom of Milwaukee as the principal speaker. Known in educational circles for a new method he has devised for teaching singing to children, Professor Stellhorn directs a chorus of third and fourth grade pupils which is prominent in Milwaukee. Prof. Edward Koehler of Concordia Teachers college, Chicago, will speak Thursday evening. Approve Contract of Insurance Company DES MOINES, April 3. (/£)--The Iowa insurance commission ' approved a contract between the Iowa insurance department and the Hercules Life Insurance company of Chicago under which the Illinois company accepts policies of the old Des Moines Life Insurance company without lien. SEEK DILLINGER IN ST. PAUL The fugitive John Dlllinger and his convict companion, John Hamilton, were sought in St. Paul after a trio believed to have been led by Dilllnger had shot their way out of an apartment building, leaving telltale pistols and fingerprints. Police are shown entering the apartment, where a woman companion of the desperadoes was wounded in their flight. (Associated Press Photo). Play Is Presented by Protivin Drama Club PROTIVIN, April 3.--The Dramatic club of Holy Trinity parish presented a comedy in three acts, "Married Men's Crusade," in the Bohemian language. The play was staged in the Protivin gymnasium Easter Sunday evening under the direction of Father Hradecky. The following apeared: Mrs. Theresa Leitzinger, Victoria Fencl, Emma Skoda, Alois Pecinovsky, Otto Zahasky, Paul Landa, Frank Chyle, Will W. Pecinovsky, Alois Fencl, Louis C. Sindelar, Joseph Strnad, Pouline Kovarik, Joseph L. Pecinovsky, Adela Andera, Louis Pechota and Wilma Kalishek. A large crowd attended. LIGHTNING HITS THOMPSON BARN Structure 1$ Destroyed by Flames; 17 Head of Cattle Burn. THOMPSON, April 3.--Lightning struck a barn and originated fire which destroyed the structure last night on the farm occupied by James Wentworlh, 4ti miles northwest of Thompson. Seventeen head of cattle, including several milk cows, were burned. The lightning struck shortly before midnight. A heavy downpour of rain kept the blaze from spreading to adjoining building-s. North lowans to Have Roles in Production AMES, April 3.--Leading roles for the production "The Student Prince," which will be given as the Veishea Night show at Iowa State college on May 11 and 12, have been assigned by Prof. Tolbert MacRae and S. C. Stone, musical and dramatic directors of the production. North lowans in the cast are: Donald Anderson, Northwood; Mary Lou Wiest, Eagle Grove, who has the leading feminine role; LeRoy Cation, Spencer; Martha Hough, Oelwein and Leland Benz, Charles City. Mrs. Orahood Elected Northwood Group Head NORTHWOOD, April 3.--Mrs. S. F. Orahood was elected president of the Northwood Cemetery association at the meeting held Monday afternoon. Other officers chosen were Mrs. C. H. Madson, vice president; Mrs. C. A. Kurd, secretary; Miss Helen Wright, corresponding secretary; Mrs. E. N. Klove, treasurer; Mrs. L. F. Madson, treasurer perpetual fund; Mrs. Mary Bowers, Mrs. J. K. Ofsthus, Mrs. H. C. Finch, directors. ,, Chickasaw CCC Quota for Cresco Is Filled NEW HAMPTON, April 3.-Evelyn B. Wilkins, county worker, Tuesday announced Chickasav-- county's quota of 10 for th3 Citizens Conservation corps camp at Cresco had been filled. She announced the following enlistments: Josephine Morris and James Doo- ] ley of Lawler, Ronald Dana, Harry Scoles and Robert Crossman of Nashua, Dale Hulick of Chickasaw, Wendell Meyer of -Bassett and Arthur Walters, Russell Erickson and James Kelly of New Hampton. First Tax Sale Since 1932 Held in Worth NORTHWOOD, April 3.---The tax sale on delinquent descriptions was held Monday forenoon at^lO o'clock, this being the first tax sale held here since December, 1932. Quite a large number of descriptions were purchased by various bidders, many remaining unsold, however, especially among- those delinquent for two years. Recovers From Injuries. NORTHWOOD, April 3.--Miss Gladys Nelson, seriously injured when struck by an auto near Northwood March 22, and who remained in a semiconscious condition for about one week, is again able to be out and visited Northwood with members of the Fred Aase family with whom she lives at their home two miles west of Northwood, last Saturday afternoon. Returns to CWA Work. DECORAH, April 3.--Knute Bakken, former CWA foreman, received a severe bruise Saturday morning while working in the stone, quarry in south Decorah, when a large rock fell from the side of the quarry and struck him behind the shoulder blade. He was back at his work inside of an hour. -- tv^^J^fJ^ DRAW A CIRCLE AROUND THE CENTER OF THIS INE TOBACCO PLANT i V These are the Center Leaves--the Mildest Leaves--the heart of Lucky Strike As you can see from this picture--Luckies' fine, smooth quality doesn't just happen-for we use only the center leaves! Not the top leaves because those are under-developed-not ripe. Not the bottom leaves because those are inferior in quality--they grow close to the ground and are dirt-covered, coarse, sandy. We select only the center leaves--for which "It's toasted" VLuckies are all-ways kind to your throat farmers are pad higher prices--for the center leaves are the mildest leaves -- they taste better--then --"It's toasted"--for throat protection. And every Lucky is fully packed with these choice tobaccos-made round and firm--free from loose ends--that's why Luckies do not dry out. Luckies are all-ways kind to your throat. NOT the top leaves--they're under-developed --they are harskl Only the Center Leaves--these are the Mildest Leaves , The American Tobacco Compacy. They taste better NOT the bottom.leaves--they're inferior in Quality--coarse and sandyl

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