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March 3, 1939

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 8

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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE ¥ ^ T¥T 1 -- ~~ '- ' ~ ~"^v^ vm w^-pa-UAmill, FH1DAY, MAKCH 3, 1933 WILD LJFEJJNIT AT RICE LAKE BEING CONSIDERED SURVEY BUREAU STUDYING PLAN Winnebago and Worth Counties Site for Hawkeye Proposal WASHINGTON, (fl)_The bu reau of biological survey has ad vised Senator Gillette, (D-Iowa it has under consideration a pro posal for establishment of a wild life unit on Rice Lake in Winne bago and Worth coumies. The project was initiated by th Iowa conservation commission. Biological survey representatives inspected the site last fall and reported the old lake bed "would make a very desirable wildlife restoration unit." The state later submitted a land- acquisition plan. The bureau has ordered an examination of the proposed land valuations. The development would be under the Pittman-Hobertson act. The federal government would pay 75 per cent of the cost and the state would pay 25 per cent. The state would have charge of development and administration. STATE PLANS TO UTILIZE ACREAGE DBS MOINES, (JP)~Iowa Conservation Director M. L. Hutton Friday said the state plans to utilize approximately 2,000 acres of land in the Rice Lake region southeast of Lake Mills, Iowa, for game development purposes. The state now owns more than 1,200 acres and proposes to buy an additional 725 adjoining acres, lie said. Iowa's allotment under'the Pittman-Robertson act is between $16,000 and 517,000, he continued, and the state would be required to contribute approximately $5,300. Pittman-Robertson funds are wade available from federal taxes on hunters' guns and ammunition lie said. Transients Get 30 Day Sentences on Shoplifting Charge HAMPTON--William' v G r e e n and Ed Harris, transients, pleaded guilty before Mayor J. Sikkema Wednesday of shoplifting and \vere sentenced to 30 days in jail. They had been in jail 12 days since their arrest and the remainder of the sentence was suspended provided they leave town at once. _ They were arrested after steal- .._ing women's apparel from a Jocnl store and held while their fingerprints were sent to Des Moines Reports from there -indicated Green had a previous record of shoplifting. First of Series of Teas at Rockford Is Held by Society ROCKFORD _ Mrs. William Ballard was hostess to a group of 12 women at the first of a series of teas sponsored by Circle C. of the Methodist Ladies Aid society. The teas are of the progressive type Each woman present at the first tea will give a tea at her home and the funds raised will be used in the Aid budget . is NEW PHARMACIST OSAGE -- H. C. Heiser of Rochester, Minn., is the new pharmacist at the Lashbroofc Drug store. He is taking the position formerly held by Al Seibel who 3s now in Eagte Grove. Mr. Heiser worked at the Hargesheimer Drug Store m Rochester. His wife and ri """ v "- are at Waukon where Storre to Speak at Joice Meeting O. K. STORKE JOICE--Lynn Evans, a member of the Io\va state highway patrol. Clarion, will speak before the student body at the Joice independent school Monday morning-. Mr. Evans Is a son of Mr. and Mrs. M. O. Evans, local druggists. O. K. Sforre of Kenseft was scheduled to speak Thursday of this week but was unable to appear because of sickness. He will speak the latter part of next week. 666 HOLD RITES OF FORMER MAYOR Albert Skelly, 75, Served as Corwith Executive 6 Years CORWITH--Funeral services for \lbert Skelly, 75, who died Monay after a long illness, were held t the Methodist church Wednes- ay afternoon. The Rev. Karl W. j. Hiller officiated and burial was n the Corwith cemetery. Pallbearers were A. E. Mullins. John Carlson, Jake May, Charles Gray, E. M. Frey and J. W. Walker £ ,,? Ua f, tet con sisting of Harry Caldwell, Emery Long, Terry Lone and the Rev. Albert Rust, sang "Shall You, Shall I" and "Going Down the Valley" and the Rev Mr. Rust sang "Some Day." Mr. Skelly came here from Illinois in 1901 and served as mayor of Corwith for six years. He was manager of the Corwith Shippin« association and a trustee of the Methodist church. His widow and two children and four grandsons survive. Farmers Society to Meet on Saturday ROCKWELL--The annual meeting of the stockholders of th^ Farmers Society will be held at the. Legion hall Saturday afternoon with free lunch served at noon.' Drop, SALVE relieves COLDS price 25c Former Resident of Eagle Grove Is Dead EAGLE GHOVE -- Word has been received here by friends of the death at Washington, D. C on March 1, of Mrs. Millie Goldsmith, 81. The Goldsmiths were residents of Eagle Grove for many years. Retired Farmer at Lime Springs Dies LIME SPRINGS--John Mensink, retired farmer, died at his home Thursday, after a lon» illness. His wife survives. Funeral arrangements have not been completed. BEARERS TO MEET v EUDD--The Standard Bearers »iu meet Monday evening. Butter Furnishes Sunshine Vitamin Butter contains the antirachitic vitamin D which aids he proper calcification of bones and teeth. When Resent dn,^ m ri am ° Unt£ ' Vitamln D acts as a « Duster '* depositing the mmerals, calcium and phosphorus in the bony tissues of the body. When vitamin D is lacking, these minerals are de. vo, n, VM ritamin TM as ri =Kets, a disease common to Iowa State Brand Creameries, Inc. THORNTON MAN DIES SUDDENLY Jay Agler Succumbs After Shoveling Way Through Snow Drift THORNTON -- Jay Agler, 65 died of a heart attack while h and his son, Floyd, were.on thei way to the farm. They had shoveled their wa through a snow drift and he, see ing he couldn't get through th road, was going to turn aroun and had apparently taken hold o the crank and had fallen over. Aio was called but he died before help could get to him. He leaves two sons, Jay B. and Floyd, three daughters, Mrs. Hen ry Chase and Adella Fae, all o Thornton and Mrs. Leslie Crossman, Sheffield. Funeral services were held a the home Friday at 1:30 and a the church at 2 p. m. JOHN WOODLEY, HANSELL, DIES Long Time Resident of City Succumbs in Hospital at Hampton HANSELL--John H. Woodley, resident of the Hansel! commun- ty for many years, died at the Aitheran hospital in Hampton Wednesday. He had been failing n health for the past year. Surviving ar» four children, Mrs. Lela Boots of Mason City, Urs. L. C. Christiansen of Hansel!, wo sons, Delbert Woodley of lansell and W. W. Woodley of Hampton. Funeral services have not been irranged. FORMER JOICE MAYOR IS ILL Wheeler Reported Recovering From Sleeping Sickness JOICE--Word has been received hat W. W. Wheeler, former mayor nd resident of Joice for many ears, is ^recovering from an at- ack of sleeping sickness which he uffered last fall. He ha s been" at a sanitarium ear North Platt, Nebr., after everal weeks in the hospital there, he past few days he has been ble to walk to the sun porch to emain at. intervals. Mrs. Wheeler has been making er home at Balphe, where both er and his parents are located, rior to his illness they were in usiness at North Platt. ANNIVERSARY OF GROUP OBSERVED Foreign Missionary Society Celebrates Occasion at Fenton FENTON--The Woman's For- Jgn Missionary Society celebrated lie seventieth anniversary of the lissionary society Thursday a£t- rnoon in the church, parlors. The history of the. hymn "Jesus over of My Saul 7 ' was given by Irs. \V. P. Weisbrod. Mrs. J. A. lueller gave tlie stewardship les- on Mrs. Lester Weisbrod gave a istory of the organization. Lunch '*s served to 80 on trays with a andle m the missionary colors in each individual cake. Chairman of refreshments was Trs. Clyde Humphrey. VIrs. Walter Maher ervices Planned n Lawler Church Project-Wide School for Cookery to Be at Garner D. W. TEARE and LOUISAN MAMEK Representatives of REA Expected for Course on March 6 GARNER--Arrangements for a project-wide school of electric cookery to be held in the opera house here at 1:45 p. m. Monday March 6, are nearing completion according to V. L. Hein, project superintendent o£ the Hancock county rural electric co-operative .Miss Louisan Mamer and.D. W Teare, REA Iowa representatives are both expected to be present al the school, and they will be assisted by Miss Thelma Wilson and Harold Clark of the HEA southeastern region and Mrs. Elva Bohannan and Richard Dell of the east and east-central regions. Women from all parts of the county are expected to attend the demonstration. Local dealers, the HEA administration, manufacturers and distributors are co-operating with the co-operative in staging this event. Arrangements will be made to hold a series of followup meetings in various homes, and the REA staff will give assistance to farm wives who are just beginning to use electric ranges in their homes HERE and THERE Miscellaneous Items From 125 Globe-Gazette Correspondents i n North lowo and Southern Minnesota Ends Vacation Trip CALMAR--M r s. Grace Pirtle oncluded a two weeks vacation ere at the home of her parents Ir. and Mrs. H. R. Perkins and eft for her home in Cedar Rap- ds. Visit at Lake Mills LAKE MILLS--Mrs. Lowell . u u , ,.,_, jj^ W i l l I 11C1 ather, Ed Haugland who is ill. "rs. Lowell was formerly, Ella Opens Hatchery CORWITH--Raymond Meade is penmg his chick hatchery in the uildmg formerly occupied by the vard produce station. Visitor From Dubuque CALMAR--Eddie Brom of Du- siting at the home of his 3yS ames Brom. Visits ai Riceville RICEVTLLE--Roy Radford, of Jnneapolis, was a weekend guest t the home of his sister, Mrs F . Brown. Goes to Mechanicsville BRISTO.W--Mrs. Sarah Flani- an left Wednesday afternoon for" er son's home in Mechanicsville «er a ten days' Visif with her rother, Robert Stewart and wife. Visit at Hanscll HANSELL--Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd eld and children of Osage and ir. and Mrs. Edgar Held, also of sage, were visitors at the Wilam Held home over the week- nd. Parents of Daughter RAKE--Mr. and Mrs. John L yg are the parents of a daughter orn March 1. Return From Fond Du Lac . STACYVILLE--Mrs. Rose Durm returned from Fond Du Lac vis., after a visit there. ' / Parents of Son FERTILE--Mr. and Mrs. Clark iaiverson r.rp the rarents of a son orn at the Dr. Irish hospital at orest City. Learn of Birih . AKE MILLS--Friends ro- Mved announcement of the birth -, atI Fairm/ntf n Mrs. r Taft a was Hampton -Mr. and left Mrs. ·n -- Funeral services ill be held in Our Lady of Mount armel church at 9 o'clock Satur- ay morning for Mrs. Walter laher. 65, who died at her home our miles west of Lawler, Thursay morning. She is survived by her husband, three daughtrs and one son. The McMahon funeral home of Lawler is in charge. Lutheran Guild to Gather on Tuesday NORA SPRINGS--The Lutheran Guild will meet Tuesday atternoon at 2:30 at the church. Mrs. Laona Munger, Mrs. Marie Peterson and Mrs. Julia Frese are on the serving committee for the supper. Decorah Operetta of Grades Delayed DECORAH-The grade operetta which was to have been held on Friday evening has been postponed because of the amount of illness in the schools or amnton whore he will be- employed on !on.iti-iictinn work Attend Meelin- ··"··£ Leonard Wigdahl and red Muir returned Wednesday *;;'^,P eS M ? incs - where they attended a state meeting of the Farm Bureau organization. Daughter Is Born CHESTER-Mr. and Mrs. Ar- Ffh "~7-""-' G , 1 ? dys Emily, born reo. t lt . ln jtevcy hospital at x-i G^CO. FOREST'* CJTV^ city . ri_/nt,;3.i cili--Mrs. Robert Hansen of Des Moines is visiting homer 1 * '" ' he W " C H ^ nse " Parents of Son AlJL/LS--Mr. and Mr^ -is Halstad are the parents of night p son born Sunda y School Is Closed rfr"ANSELL--Hansell school was closed Tuesday and Wednesday because of the condition of the ^idricU bungalow on East Water 'street d D V. n c w a s purchased by C. A. Rovang. He will take possession on Apnl 1 CALMAR---Judge and Mrs. T G. Goheen returned home from a weeks trip into Chicago, 111. On Vacation Trip SCARVlLLF--Mr. and Mrs Charles McMasters are on a 10 day vacation trip. While gone he will visit his aunt at Nashville, Tenn.. and with Mrs. McMasler's brothers at Lebanon, Mo., and also 1 a brother at Marshfield, Mo. Attend Convention BUFFALO CENTER -- J J Kopp left Wednesday to attend tne lumbermen's convention at uuouque this week. Born at Forest City ^FOREST J2ITY--Babies born elude a 71 ·n A «----." ." ounce daughter Betty Elaine, to Mr. and Mrs Foster Anderson, Feb 26- a 7 ??^ d ', 2 TM Unce daughter,'Mary 1.1* £ Mr " and M"- M. C Batchelder of Klemme, on Feb £; a 7 pound, 10 ounce daughter" Carol Mae, to Mr. and Mrs. Soren Chnstensen, Jr., on Feb 23- a 5 1 ' P° und daughter, Carolyn Ann, to Mr. and Mrs, A -" -- -- -' daughter, Dorothy'Ann, to Air and Mrs. Carl Prescott on Feb! LAKE MIl£s^Mr eh tnd Mrs. George Anderson ant! family i-° u 's Anderson and Gertrude' left Tuesday for their new home at Pnmghar. ^Mr. Anderson is the manager of the new municipal lignt plant there. Mrs. Anderson has been the pharmacist at the Stensrud Drug store since coming to Lake Mills about 8 years agct - Moving Is Reported _ CHAFlN--Among those moving are Mrs. Hattie Bird who has been hv.ng m rooms in the Banker residence and who has moved to Sheffield; Floyd Hem! m -ne and family to a farm south - Thornton: that place will be farmed by qvover Banker; Leslie Beemer and family to the James S W JV arm e a s t ot Hampton and Mr. and Mrs. Asa Mordick will move to the place vacated uy Beemers. On Trip to Mexico CORWITH-prohn O j Mullins id H, O. Chambers left by auto on a business trip to Mexico. Is From Parkersburc : B ? Ia ^2X-5 rs : Ha .'77, L ^y From Illinois T~ Mrs - Joe Elliott Mrs. Charles Compton from ' T ?" motOTe J home last ° visit Mr *. Elliott's J her dau sWer. and ti Hansel! Ct tournan1en t at Soil Is Born Sells Fropertv - S O N - J a y Griffin has sold his residence propertv tn L f°"«d Helgrin. PossSsTon given March 1. Mr. Griffin T . TJ -Xj sit in Minnesota L A K E MILLS-- Henry Her- ir at t h ' v iV 0 visit a e at the N. J. Nelson home. ,, , To Begin Training HANLONTOWN -- Mj« Aflf w e f Th rS?" len T «^TM n : ing for Chicago where she \vill begin nurse's training at St i^ h S hos Pl ta '% M i = s Thovson ?,,,, * ?, altend '"S St. O^af college at Northfield. Minn., for the past two and one-half years Moves Xcar Bri c "elyn p C E L Y N , Minn. -Richard Pamott has moved six and one- half miles north of Bricelyn to the farm formerly occupied by Mrs. Lizzie Walton. Oscar Johnson is moving from near Rake to the farm formerly occupied by Richard Parriolt. fflHM DENTIST 'PRACTICE LIMITED TO* J»IATE WORK I8 FIRST ST. CEDAR RAPIDS SOUTHEAST DES MOINES JOSEPH EISLE, 71, SUCCUMBS Whittemore Man's Funeral Services to Be on Saturday WH1TTEMORE--Joseph E i s \ e 71, died at his home Wednesday evening of heart disease. He is survived by his wife, two sons, Frank, at home, and Albert at Blue Earth, Minn., four daughters, Alice at home, Mrs. James Bisenius, Mrs. Frank Kollasch, Mrs. Herman Bode of Corwith. Funeral services will be held in St. Micheals Catholic church Saturday morning at 9 o'clock, with the Rev. Father' William Veit officiating. Burial will be in the Catholic cemetery north of Whittemore. SUFFERS BROKEN AKM GOODELL--Dean Burgess, little son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Burgess, suffered a broken left arm when he fell from his high chair. Arrange Last Rites for Hattie Howe, 82, Pioneer of Cresco CRESCO -- Funeral arrangements are being made for Miss Hattie Howe, 82, who died at her home in Cresco Wednesday night. Surviving are her sister, Miss Florence Howe, sister-in-law, Mrs. Joseph H. Howe and two nephews Joseph W. and Herbert Howe. Harry Lack Dies at Albuquerque, N. Mex. ORCHARD--Word was received Wednesday evening that Harry Lack had died Wednesday morning at the home of his sister and husband, Mrs. and Mr. Ernest Fairbrother, Albuquerque, N. Mex. The body will be shipped here for buriaL No arrangements for the funeral has been made. LEASE OIL STATION T H O M P S O N --Phillip and Hartly Alexander have leased the Phillips "66" oil station, operated by Harry and Lee Myers for a number of years. JACKSON RITES ARE PLANNED i Lake Mills Man Is Dead Following Lingering Illness LAKE MILLS--Funeral services for Abraham Jackson, 54, who died \Vednesday morning following a lingering illness, will be held Saturday afternoon at the Anderson funeral home. The Rev. Joseph Knutson will be In charge of the services, and burial will be at the North cemetery. · He is survived by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Jackson, and several brothers, Jacob, and Isaac of Lake Mills. BUYS RESIDENCE OSAGE--Ab Torney has purchased the Roscoe Starr residence on Pleasant street and plans to move into it and retire from farming. Mr. Torney's children will operate his farms. Mr. and Mrs. Hoscoe Starr moved to Banning, Cal.', five years ago. "WAIT"- --just a minute-- the time required to read this money saving ad-- --every one all wool --every one hard finished G ildner uaranreed --every one just unpacked --one of the largest stocks of suits at this price ever shown in North Iowa --in regulars, tails, shorts and stouts. Sizes 34 to 46 -Yes--we're talking about just one of our large price departments of NEW SPRING 1939 E v e r y G a r m e n t on All Wool S«ld»er Value Eitro Trousers With Some at 54.85 Get Yours Tomorrow ALSO you'll like our new stock of gray, green and tan -- all wool spring . . . Top Coats $ 19 50 Other New 1939 Suits and Topcoats $25 $30 $35 $40 Get to Know YOU CAN DEPEND ON A CILDNZR STOKE On Federal -- Opposite the Park

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