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February 17, 1937

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 6

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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, FEBRUARY 17 M 1937 SEVEN GROUP TO CONSIDER THREE MEMBER GAME COMMISSION STATE ZONING ALSO IS URGED N. W. Conservationists to Hold Session; Liquor Ad Bill Drawn. - TDES MOINES, (/P)--Representative W. A. Yager (D) of Spirit Lake reported a group of northwest Iowa conservationists would meet here Thursday evening to consider a bilt reorganizing the state conservation commission. Yager said the group would consider a measure which would make the commission a three-member, full-time board, instead of a seven- member, per diem board, and then discuss it with Gov. Nelson G. Kraschel Friday morning. Will Consider Zoninf. We'll also consider zoning the state as to representation on the board," the representative said, "and also as to expenditure of conservation funds." Yager explained that representatives of the natural Iowa lakes arc p£ the opinion that the board as now constituted, is unable to handle all the work it is called upon to do. "The members also apparently are unable to agree among themselves," he said, "just how and where the conservation funds should be spent. Stresses Natural Lakes, "We are of the opinion that action must be taken to reclaim many of our natural lakes or we will lose them through silting and contamination. "Hence we feel that this matter should come ahead of f u r t h e r establishment of artificial lakes and state parks." Pointing out that a bill already has been filed to establish county park boards, Yager said that the meeting would consider a proposal to turn back several state parks either to adjoining cities or to counties for maintenance. Would Permit Liquor Ads. Representative Joe Flynn (D) ot Decorah said Wednesday he is drafting a bill to permit Iowa newspapers to carry liquor advertising. The bill, which would amend the stale liquor control act, would permit Iowa publications to accpet the advertising of liquor distillers and wholesalers, now banned. "At the same time," Flynn said, "I plan to introduce a bill which would, bar from newsstands and other sales, except through the mails, all publications carrying any liquor advertising." ' He explained he believes it is "inconsistent that Iowa newspap- :-: HERE AND THERE :-: Miscellaneous Items From 125 Globe-Gazette Correspondents in North Iowa and Southern Minnesota Daughter Is Born. RUDD--A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. Vance Swanson who ive near Mason City, Thursday. Mrs. Swanson, nee Luella Roy, was a former resident. Visitors From Waterloo. MITCHELL--The Misses Vivian Cheney and Virginia Walters, who lave office positions at Waterloo, ipent the week-end with their parents, the C. Cheney and George Walters families here. SG5 From Bazar. CRYSTAL LAKE--The Ladies Aid held its annual bazar and dinner Saturday in the church basement and made about $65. A program which consisted of a solo 3y Gyla Shriner and a one act play, "My Cousin From Sweden" was presented. Brlde-to-Be Honored. WHITTEMORE -- A miscellaneous shower was held in the Lutheran school auditorium Sunday afternoon in honor o£ Mis Lillian ECuecker, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kuecker who will become the bride of Leonard Meyer, son of Mr, and Mrs. William Meyer, Sr., Thursday afternoon in the Lutheran church. About 200 guests were present. Prize Winners Namflil. KANAWHA -- The Woman's Country club met Friday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Roy Michelson, Mrs. K. K. Delger and Mrs. Albert Michels'on were in charge of the entertainment, games and contests. Prizes were eiven to Mrs. Harry Mewes. Mrs. Martin Thompson and Mrs. Ole Jordnnger. Commercial Club Simper Held. WODF.N--The members of the Woden Commercial club and their families held an ovster supper at the Community hall Monday evening. Other social functions are being planned by the club' for the near future. Leaves for Navy. ROCK FALLS--Mr. and Mrs. D. Dunton entertained a partv of young persons at their borne Sunday evening in honor ot their son, Donald, who left Mondav fnr Sun Die»o. Cal.. where he will join the U. S. Navy. ers can't carry such advertising when other newspapers and magazines on sale in the state are full of it. "I'm willing to go either one way or another," Flynn said. J'l.owa newspapers..are losing hundreds of thousands of dollars' because they are prohibited from printing liquor advertisements." Know Your State A Fact o Day About loway! Four hundred twenty-nine areas under game management, located on private land and involving 747,199 acres are situated in 87 counties of Iowa. Returns In Cedar Falls. VENTURA--Sophus Helm returned to Cedar Falls Sunday after spending a few days with his mother. Will Move March 1. STILSON--The John Brower family is moving from the John Love farm to the Jake Johanson farm March 1. Body Will Arrive. GREENE--The body of Mrs. Emma Hawes, who died at her home in California, is expected to arrive at Greene Thursday for b u r i a l in Rose Hill cemetery. Mrs. Hawes was formerly Mrs. Henry W. Johnson and at t h a t east of Greene. The be accompanied to time, lived body will Greene by Mrs. Claude Morgan. To Give St. Ansgar ria.v. STACYVILLE -- Union township Farm Bureau will sponsor a play at St. Ansgar high school Saturday. Stacyville township Farm Bureau will meet with Mrs. Joe Hackenmilter Wednesday. 30lh Anniversary Observed. HAYFIELD--Several relatives of Mr. and Mrs. Julius Meyer went lo their home Sunday and assisted them in celebrating their thirtieth wedding anniversary. Honored With Shower. LIME SPRINGS--Mr. and Mrs. Elwyn Jones were guests of honor at a miscellaneous show Sunday afternoon at the home of the bride, the former Miss lona Karka. First Class Held. KANAWHA--The membership training class of the Methodist church held its first class at the parsonage. These classes are held each Saturday until Easter for the children who are planning to become members of the church. The Rev. E. A. Briggs is in charge. Honored at Shower. TITONKA--Mrs. Roy BudlonH was hostess at a pre-nnptial shower Saturday afternoon honoring Miss Verncllc Zweifel who is to be married Feb. 17. Forty guests attended the affair. Visitor From Minneapolis. RAKE--Miss Mildred Erdahl, who., is attending Minneapolis School of Commerce, spent the week-end at the parental L. Erdahl home. B. YOU get more miles or more r.alh for your money since the Long Distance telephone rate reduction on January ]?. This is one of n scries of eight anoli reductions in ten years. Many rales, for calls of more than 42 miles from thia Ktntn lo other stales, are reduced. Long Distance is the personal, satitfy- ing way to keep in touch across lite, m i l e s -- l l i c quii'k, t-onvi'itienl way to do business in other riliefl. And now il'a more economical than, ever! Look over the typical rales below and try n sample call. HOW LONG DISTANCE RATES HAVE BEEN CUT AS THE RESULT OF EIGHT REDUCTIONS IN TEN YEARS R A T E S F O R 3 - M I N U T E D A V T I M E C A L L S FROM MASON CITY TO Chicago, III. Denver, Colo. Detroit, Mich. Los Angeles, Cal. Minneapolis, Minn. New York, N. Y. Omaha, Neb. Pittsburgh, Pa. St. Louis, Mo. Washington, D. C. Staiion-to-Station January 15, 1924 $ 1.90 4.25 3.35 9.55 .85 6.40 1.30 4.50 2.35 5.65 January 15, 1937 $ 1.05 2.00 1.65 4.25 .60 2.90 .80 2.10 1.25 2.60 Person.tO'Penon January 15, 1926 $ 2.35 5.30 4.15 11.90 1.05 8.00 1.60 5.60 2.90 7.05 January 1 5, 1937 $ 1.40 2.65 2.20 5.75 .85 3.75 1.10 2.80 1.65 3.50 Night and all d c y S u n d a y r a t e * or* sflll l o w e r . N O R T H W E S T E R N B E L L T E L E P H O N E C O M P A N Y Tjabrine Funeral Held. . DUMONT -- Funeral services ir Ben Tjabring, 66, who died at Wavcrly hospital, were held ionday afternoon at the Wash- gton Reformed church with the ev. David Reardon in charge, usic was by the congregation ith Miss Annetta Rewcrts at e piano. Honored at Shower. RUDD--A shower was held in e Legion hall, honoring Mr. and rs. Andrew Lafrentz. Seventy- ve persons were present. Music dancing was furnished by an rchestra Irom Nora Springs. Anniversary Is Celebrated. ROCK FALLS--Mr. and Mrs. . E. Olden observed their forly- lird wedding anniversary. Guests ere Mrs. James Davaney and :nmett and Elaine and Mrs. Edith tan!ey, all o£ Austin, Minn. v Former Manager Visitor. TUJDD--Claude Lodgson, for- ier manager of the Rudd lumber arc! of Ira, lou-a, visited at the W. ". Kennedy home. I. A. R. Meetinsr Held. OSAGE--The Lucretia Deering iiapter, D. A. R., met Monday veiling nt the home n[ Mrs. E. J? coficld. Each member brought a uest. Miss Clara Moe ot St. Ansar had charge of the program nd Mrs. Charles Kathan had HIP INJURIES CAUSE DEATH 3ody of Mrs. Gammon of Greene Is Taken to Nova Scotia. GREENE--Mrs. Margaret Gamnon, who was in a critical con- ition from a hip injury, died Tonday afternoon at the home of er son, Dr. H. G. MacLeod. Fu- .eral services were held Tuesday fternoon at the Dr . MacLeod lome, the Hei'. F. A. Munneke o£- iciating and the body taken to fova Scotia, Canada, her former lome. She is survived by a sister, Vlrs. Mary Waugh o£ San Mateo, Cal. barge ot litlee. the refreshment com- Ilnme From Rochester. HANLONTOWN--Mr. and Mrs. 'enry Gesme returned home from ochester, Minn., where Mrs 3csme received treatment for six ·eeks. Mrs. Gesme will return Tier for further treatment at the layo clinic. Dies in Milwaukee. MITCHELL--Word has been Vlrs. Thomas Funeral Held at Lime Springs LIME SPRINGS -- The funeral f Mrs. William Thomas of Minneapolis, who died at Rochester, Vlinn., was held Sunday afternoon t the Presbyterian church with lie Rev. Mr. Prytliercli officiating, jitcrment in Pleasant Hill ccme- cry. eccivcri by relatives here of the ealli of Arthur Cordes Sunday lorning at his home at Milwau- ee, Wis. Mr. Cordes had been ii oor health several years. Hr is n ·rather of Miss Amanda Cordes nd Mrs. Eel Miller, and was a esidcnt of Mitchell some years go. Visitors Frnm Rariuim. ROCK FALLS--Mr. ,-ind Mrs 'crnon McKce of Barnum. M i n n . rrivcd at the home of Mr. Me tee's parents, Mr. and Mrs. .Tola VIcKcc due lo the serious illncs f Mrs. John McKec. Mr. and Mrs Andrew Nelson ot Rice Lake Vis., wore called here by the ill ness ot Mrs. Nelson's sister, Mrs ~ohn McKee. Arc Parents of Son. SWALEDALE--Born to Sup iiid Mrs. Marshal Fields Feb. 15 it a Mason City hospital, a pound 10 ounce boy. This is thci "irsl child. Honored on Anniversary. WHITTEMORE--Mr. and' Mrs 'osesph Besch, long time resident of WhUtcmore, celebrated thci silver wedding anniversary Sun day. A delicious two course dinne vas served In s large number n ucsls. Mr. and Mrs. Resell re ccived a 102 piece set of .silver vare in remembrance of their an livers;) ry. Transferred From Thompson, BRICELYN, Minn.--The Inter laic Power company now has ·cprcscnfiilive in Bricelyn. AH Gamble of Forest City has bee ranstcrred from Thompson I Bricelyn where he will hav charge ot reading the meters an collecting light bills in Bricelyn Rake, Kicstcr and Frost. Mi amble will also act as troubl shooter when anything goes wron ,vith the service in this distric Daughter Is Born. TITONKA--Mr. and Mrs. TTor nan T.jarks ,ire the parents of n girl, dorian. This is the f i r s t child 'n the family. Visit at llayward. .TOICE -- Mrs. T. Almelien, Vtisses Emma and Anna nnri Ron- ion drove to I f a y w a r d , Minn., Sunday where v thpy visited nl the Tohn -TarAhs homo. Smiwhtniiiil .it S h e f f i e l d . A R E D A L E -- The snow s t o r m ·lallcri Mr. and Mrs. Homer Stout and children in Sheffield. They had been at Mason Cily and cnuld not drive homo in Ihc storm. Miss Ruth and Ino/. Mahl- stacH atfended teachers' meeting af Hampton and were unable to get iiome, staying at the Dewey Mahl- stndt home u n t i l Sunday afternoon. Will Have Examination. MANLY--J. .7. Stauner nnrt Allen Leslie drove to Rochester, Minn., Monday where Mr. Stnu- ner will again undergo e x a m i n a - tion 'at tho Mayo clinic. Visitors From Green M o u n t a i n . GENEVA--Mr. and Mrs. Eli Manlz and children of Green Mountain and Mr. and Mrs.- Dallas Smith and children of Marshalltown were Sunday guests at tlie home of their mother. Mrs. Lulu Smith. Arrive From Minneapolis. STACYVILLE-- Leon Green of Mason City, accompanied by his mother, Mrs. A. J. Green, here onroutc home from Minneapolis, where they visited Mrs. Min Thome, who is seriously ill, skidded into a ditch three blocks from the business section of Blooming Prairie d u r i n g a b l i n d i n g snow storm. Visitor From Chaska. ROWAN--Kenneth Keith, who holds a position of chief chemist in a sugar beet factory in Chaska, Minn., came to visit in the parental R. H. Keith home. He and his mother and father spent Saturday in DCS Moincs. 2fith Anniversary Observed. GENEVA--Mr. and Mrs. John Knoll wore guests Sunday at a family dinner given by their son and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Knoll, honoring their twenty- eighth wedding anniversary. ' Mrs. Churchill Riles Are Held in Clarion CLARION--Funeral services lot Mrs. Charles Churchill, who passed away Thursday at the hos- lital, were held Sunday afternoon at the Methodist Episcopal church the Rev. J. C. Buthman ofticial- ng. She leaves her daughter, Mrs 3uy Smith and her son, John Clarion, her husband and stepchildren, Mrs. Ed Dai-rah o£ Council Bluffs, Earl of Detroit, Michigan; Fred of LaCrosse, Wis.; Mrs Russell Olsen ol Rowan and Malcom of Clarion, her aged father Edgar Bingham, one brother, W . Bingham and two sisters, Mrs J. A. Whitten and Mrs. Clint Kercheval, all oC Rowan. Recommend .Tail Cell Painlinfr. NEW HAMPTON, (fP) -- T h Chickasaw county grand jury walked through the county jail on an a n n u a l inspection tour anc emerged with one rccommenda lion--that the j a i l cells be painted Confers With Indian Slate Curator Etigar R. Harlan, left, known as a particular friend and student of the Mcsqnakio Indians at Tamil, Is shown discussing: the points of a redman's pipe wilh Janitor Jonas Towe- shiek In the state historical buildinu. Poweshick Is a lull-blooded niestjuakie. Ilarlati. a foremost authority on Iowa Indian life, will he replaced as state curafor April 1 by O. E. Klinpeman of Davenport. John W. Studebaker, Former Mason Cityan, Resigns D. M. Job DES MOINES, (.P)--lohn W. Studebaker has resigned as superintendent ot Des Moines public schools. Mr. Sludebaker has been on leave of absence since October, 1034, while serving as United Slates commissioner of education in Washington. He has been associated in school work here for 23 years, and was associated with Ihn Central school at Mason City before that. Sanders Funeral Held. IOWA FALLS -- Funeral services for Fred E. Sanders, GB, were held Wednesday afternoon, at the W i l b u r funeral home at 2:30 o'clock. The Rev. F. C. Witzigman of Oelwein officiated, assisted by the Hev. W. E. Butler. CAMELS AS I WANT!" says SIG B U C H M A Y R , skiing wizard "SKIING TAKES GOOD DIGESTION and healthy nerves," this great skiing master (ttborc) explains. "Camels definitely help jny digestion --don't get on my ncrvcj or rasp my throat." SOCIETY HOSTESS (right). Mrs.Nicholas G. Pcnniman III, of Baltimore, says: "Camels brighten nny parry. And I've noticed Camels liclp digestion too." Make it Camels and enjoy a sense of well-being. They set you right! 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