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March 11, 1931

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

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MARCH 11 tSSS 1931 IOWA TAKES MUCH OF MASON CITY GLOBE-.GAZETTE OF TOTAL ALLOTTED Minnesota Also to Receive Large Amount for Road Building. WASHINGTON, March 11, ,7_ SST ) nnnnZ tely ? in .°°Q.OO° °f the 580000,000 emergency* fund appro- * -H \-l b y cm sress to speed federal aid highway construction this spring ° and With the coming of warm weather the bureau of public roads expects ine fund to be almost completely obligated thereby giving employment to thousands of idle men The states ma draw on their respective portions of the 580 000 000 tund to match apportionments from regular annual appropriations for which otherwise they have no money. The following states have pledged themselves to take the the sums Indicated: Apportionment Unobligated |ate 880,000,000 Balance Illinois ....§3,400,116 ?1,141,020.25 Iowa ...... 2,116,369 Minnesota . 2,249,993 Nebraska . 1,708,131 S. Dakota 1,337,973 Wisconsin . 1,392,410 Conservation Urged in Talk by Goodman . at Manly-Lions Club MANLY, March 11.--At the meeting of the Manly Lions club Tuesday evening F. C. Goodman, who is former president of the Cerro Gordo Izaak Walton leasue. spoke on conservation of Wild life and the necessity for special efforts to be made in this direction. He 883,516.15 2,249,993.00 1,545,895.64 987,299.23 1,772,410.00 Belmond Student Is Fayette Club Leader BELMOND, March 11.--Albert E Martin, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. B Martin, was graduated from Ames at the close of the quarter just ended. He has been chosen club leader of Fayete county and will be located at Fayette. Archaeologists are greatly interested in the Hittites of late" and so are several baseball managers -Shelby County Herald. . outlined a plan by which a plot for constantly growing seedlings would be laid out In connection with each schoolyard in the state. Mr. Goodman also emphasized the necessity of co-operation between farmers and hunters.and the need of propagation of fish and game in aquariums and animal farms. The mern- 3ers of the club voted to hava a oread and milk supper 'sometime soon and to give the saving to drought relief. . EAGLE GROVE IS DEBATE WINNER Speakers Down, Ames Team in Fourth Round of State /^Tournament. EAGLE GROVE, March 11. Eagle Grove was victorious over Ames in the fourth round of the state debate tournament at the high school auditorium Monday night. The Ames negative team won a 2 to 1 victory at Eagle Grove and thb Eagle Grove negative team won a unanimous decision at Ames . Tht Eagle Grove teams have received 22 out of 24 judges votes so far in the state tournament. The Eagle Grove debaters were: Affirmative Arthur Barnus and Ardith Donly negative, Jean Middleton and Mary Lou Roper. HIGHWAY EMERGENCY FUND HERE AND T H E R E Items From 100 Globe-Gazette Correspondents in North Iowa and Minnesota titan in THE substantial worth of the new Ford is reflected in its good performance, economy and reliabUity. Its stamina and endurance are particularly apparent in sections where bad roads and severe weather put a heavy extra burden on the automobile. In less than a year a new Ford Tudor Sedan was driven more thau seventy-tlu-ee thousand miles over a difficult route. The operating C o 9l per mile was very low and practically the only expense for repairs was for new P«ton rings and a new bearing for the generator. The car carried an average load of 1200 pounds of mail and was driven 250 miles daily. "The Ford has never failed to go when I was ready," writes one of the three mail carriers operating the car. "The starter did the tncfc last winter even at 34 degrees below zero. The gas runs about 20 jniles per gallon. At times I pull a trailer whenever I have a bulky load." Many other Ford owners report the same satisfactory performance. Every part has been made to endure _ to Bervc you faithfully and well for many thousands of miles. THE NEW FOHD Tuuon SEDAN Are Hostesses at Bridge CLARION--Mrs. George Young, Sr., and Mrs. M. A. Stark were joint hostesses at their afternoon bridge clubs, at a luncheon at the home of the former. Are Mltcheii Guests MITCHELL--Mr. and Mrs. Gor- old Bough of London, Minn., visited Mrs. Bough's brother, Mr. and Mrs William Wynn. Go to Rochester ORCHARD--Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Harlis and Mrs. Vincent GUles and baby from,Chicago went to Rochester to visit Mrs. ilanis' and Mrs. lilies' parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. W Narth. Mrs. Gilles spent a week with her sister, Mrs. Harlis, and will remain with her parents a few days before returning to her home. Reunion Is Held ROCK FALLS--O. T. Calvert and- sons, Ray and Marvin, Cedar Falls, visited his son and family Mr. and Mrs. Glen Gal vert. With his sons, Fay, Rock Falls, and Aldro, Mason City, and daughter Ruby, they had a family reunion with his daughter and family, Mr and Mrs. August Christiansen Manly. . Move From Albert Lea LYLE, Minn.--The Pete Hanson family from Albert Lea moved to the old Arneson place. Is From Pennsylvania HUTCHINS--Harry Martin of Elizabethtown, Pa., is a guest of his brother, Arthur Martin. He will visit with relatives here and at Britt. Return to Wisconsin LATIMER--Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Pralle returned to their horns pt West Salem, Wis., after visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Will Pralle Sr. ' ' Billiard Hall Opened ST. ANSGAR--The new billiard hall is now open. There are three nocket billiard tables and one billiard table. Is In Hospital GREENE--Miss Lola Ellerman, who submitted to a major operation in Memorial hospirdl at Waterloo and whose operation was followed by pneumonia, is reported as convalescing. Pupils Arc 'Guests BRISTOW--Mrs. Charles Yost entertained the pupils of the grammar room at her home on Monday evening. The party was to compliment those who took part in the program Saturday evening and their teacher .Mlas^pprothy^Tjaden,^,;,.^:^ : ..;. ; ,,'.·-,;;',;-' .Retiirns^tp Ce3ar*Fails ' , " ' * ' ' ! ALGONA--Delia Frankl returned to Cedar Falls Sunday after spending several days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Frank!. Honored at Shower WESLEY--Mrs. Zack Gibson entertained friends at a miscellaneous shower in honor of Mrs. Ralph Stoll. The new bride received many gifts for her new home. Mrs. Stoll was Ollie Johnson before her marriage two weeks ago. Born at Spring Valley OSAGE--Mr. and Mrs. John Wag-- ner have a granddaughter, born Monday morning to Mr .and Mrs. H. C. Schmidt of Spring Valley. Her name is Merlin Joyce, weight 9'/, pounds. Are Parents 'of Son CLARKSVILLE--Mr. and Mrs. Fritz Dickman are parents of a 7 pound' boy. Mother Is III HANLONTOWN -- Mrs. W. ,T. Loveless left Tuesday for Merridan Minn., called home by the illness of her mother, Mrs. Rosneau. She expects to be gone until Sunday VV. C. T. U. Is Entertained AREDALE--Mrs. A., Bailey entertained the W. C, T. IT. at her home Tuesday afternoon. Plans for ° missionary program were made, TO BOSS BIGGEST JOB William H. Wnttls, president of Six Companies, Inc., awarded government contract of harnessing the Colorado river by holding its raging torrents with the Boulder dum, will direct the work from a San Francisco hospital, where he is confined. Tho jo! is second only to tho limania cunul. YOUR IOWA One Interesting Fact Every Day About. tho State ifou Are , Proud i to · .Call Your Own! Iowa's shipments to New York City during the first quarter of 1930 Of , , wholesale prices. according to New York Ill nt Mcitoiivliie MELTONVILLE--Dorothy Bradwell has been ill with the flu. Eeturn From Ciilifornhi CLARKSVILLE--Mr. and Mrs Henry Weinburg, who have spent the winter in California, have arrived home. Three Go on Trip WHITTEMORE--Kathryn Haag Pauline Haag-Miller and Harold Roth drove to Sioux City, Norfolk Nebr., and Centerville, S. Dak to visit with relatives. (OF THE XEW FARD Attractive Jjn es an ,l C0 1 orty rlch l ong ., aearin uphollt 1" r ff sl tf'"»}yTM*W'°', Triplex thatler-proof £« S «ft.eU, »(lnt fully enc l osel l f nur .wheel brake,, four Ho,d a "ll a '[""'·^"ShrfrauUcshock^orber^^ «,l,con «Hoy r«/r«, · oriJMC . H J )c rfrl - t . c , t , tTee . quttTl ^. ,,,,,,,', °TM axle .morn tl tn n ttfcnly bal [ nnd To!ler 6c(7rj - nff , s md MJt « nd ing R,sil ess Steel for many exterior metal part,. In addition you sate many dollar, because of the lo,o firtt cost of the Ford low cost of operation and upkeep and Io,p yearly depreciation'. -- - ^ f-^tj*."*** w t t e uinuc, which will be on the next monthly meeting: and will be in the M. E church. ' Return to Rudd · RUDD--Mrs. Larry Thomas and daughter, Charlotte, returned from Minnesota, where they have been visiting. Suffers From Pneumonia -WESLEY--John Knapper, Sr., Is quite ill with pneumonia at his home north of town. Move to Leland LELAND--Mr. and Mrs. Louie Roalson moved from Swea City to Leland Monday and will occupv rooms over the Leland Produce station. - Come From Orafton LYLE, Minn.--The Otto Kloose family from Grafton moved Tuesday to the farm east of town recently purchased from the Volstad heirs. Given Farewell Party ALLISON--Mr. and Mrs. C. F Shirer and Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Hartman and family were honored at a farewell reception at the Associated church. Are Lntimer Guests LATIMER--Mrs. Roy scott of Red Elm and Mrs. J. E. Jensen of Sioux Falls, S. Dak., are visiting their sister, Miss Jennie Damm, who has been quite ill. She is now improved. Is 111 After Opernlion RUDD--Paul Ehlebracht, who recently submitted to a mastoid oper- tion, was reported not so well Monday. Mother Is 111 WESLEY--Mr. and Mrs. Charles Murphy drove to Williams Tuesday to spend the day with his mother Mrs. Dennis Murphy, who is ill and under the care of a trained nurse. Mrs f Drier Spcaltn O S A G E -- The City Federation met Monday at the city restr.- -in with Mrs. N. C. Drier as speaker. Truck Crashes Into Tree DOWS, March 11.--Mr. Hull employed by the National Refining company, Iowa Falls, was driving his oil truck on the main street of Dows when he lost control at the Dr. Kellog corner and crashed into a tree, breaking it off and then struck another tree. He suffered a few scratches and bruises but the front of the truck was badly dam-' o rrarl ' Work on House WESLEY--A crew of seven' ,* employed at the home of Supervisor Olaf Funnemark excavating dirt in preparation for a full basement which will be built under the house A higher foundation will also be added. Return From Lowden BRISTOW--Mr. and Mrs. Henry F. True, Sr., returned from Lowden Sunday, Where they were called by the death of a distant relative Fred Hartwig. Mother Suffers Stroke ROCKFORD--Mrs. W. A. Briggs left for Moline, 111., where" she was called to the bedside of her mother who is very ill suffering from a stroke of auoplexy. Visits at Itudd RUDD--Mrs. Paul Stalker enjoyed a visit with her aunt, Mrs. Karl Kolhoff, of Des Moines. Mrs. Kolhoff also visited the William Bimholz home. Live In Algonu ALGONA--Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Wolcott have moved back to Algona after living in Iowa Falls. He will be employed by the Kent Motor company, where he formerly worked. Attends Dental Club Session C L A R K S V I L L E -- D r . Harry Fields attended a meeting of the Dental club at Waterloo Tuesday Dr. Coy of Hamburg gave a clinic. Returns to Minneapolis KENSETT--Miss Anna Thon returned to her home" at Minneapolis Monday after a few days' visit with her brother, Anton Thon, and wife. Returned Home to Minburn OTRANTO--Miss Lillian Porterfield and Mrs. Lullen, who have been at the Merton Crowl home the past two weeks, returned to their home at Minburn Saturday. Go to DCS Moines HUTCHINS--Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Aitchison and father, Pete Jacobs aiid sister, I va Jacobs, went to Des Moines Sunday to see June Jacobs, patient iu the Methodist hospital, and Mrs. Jacobs who is staying with her. Submits to Operation WHITTEMORE--Luella Bell, 13, Algona, was operated on at the McCreery hospital Monday for apnen- dicitis. Comes From Ohio BELMOND--Mrs. Betsy A. Butterfield, formerly of Belmond. who has been living with a son at Toledo, Ohio, has come to keep house for George.P. Hardwick, Entertained at Cnlmar CALMAR--Members of the Bvidf club were entertained Monday eve nincr at the home of Mrs. Art Strom sodt. Hold Special Meetings B E L M O N D -- T r i n i t y Luthera church started a series of specia meetings, held each night and clos mg Sunday evening. Returns to Culninr CALMAR--Miss Claoria Kulm re turned after an extended visit will her sister, Mrs. Philo Nickelson, a Urbana, 111. Leave for Sioux Fulls RUDD --Ml', and Mrs T J p'Hara left Monday morning fo Sioux Falls, S. Dak., where thej will visit, his mother and other rela twos. They will also visit relative; at Sanborn. Return to Wesley WESLEY--Jorgen Skow and Vi!JO Kulsholm returned home fron MRS, BUNKOFSKE BURT, SUCCUMBS Aged Resident, Victim o Stroke, Survived by Nine Children. BURT, March 11.-- Mrs. Gusta Bunkofske died at her home here early yesterday morning from a stroke. Mrs. Bunkofske, who was about 70 years of age, had been in her usual health recently. She is sur vived by her husband, eight sons and one daughter. Funeral plans have not yet been announced. Fire Destroys Home Near Nora Spring NORA SPRINGS, March 11.-- The residence of Herman Eng, two mile; east and one mile north of town was destroyed by fire early Tuesday afternoon. It is supposed the fire originated from sparks from the chimney falling on the roof. Insurance partly covered the loss. The household goods were saved including canned goods in the cellar. The barn near the house was also saved Hanlontown Declamatory Grade Winners Announcec HANLONTOWN, March 11.-Nineteen speakers from grades seven and eight participated in the declamatory contest. The winners in the ranking order were: Dramatic, Louise Oltinger, June Rye Helen Braltmd; humorous, Adeaide Thovson, Madelyne Payne, Nelda Nisscn. The county contest will be held here Friday evening, March 13. aged Nashua Firn Is Extinguished. NASHUA, March 11--As Mr and Mrs. W. H. Cook of Bradford! were preparing to ' retire they amelled smoke in the kitchen and upon investigating, 1 found that the floor beneath the kitchen stove was on fire. They were unable to extinguish the blaze alone with water and called in a neighbor to assist them. 180,000 Plants in Museum AMES, March 11.-- More than 180,000 species of plant life housed in 85 cabinets made of wood from more than half a dozen countries are found in the Iowa State college herbarium here, said to be one of the largest "in the United States. Wood from China, ebony from Africa, mahogany from Central America, heavy teak from Asia an.t rare English oak along with American oak and walnut are included. Would Determine. Fruit Bushc!. DES MOINES, March 11. M')-The established weight of a bushel of oranges, lemons or grape i r u i t in Iowa would be 48 pounds under a bill introduced by Senator c. G. Cole of Greeley. Rewarded for Thief Catchinc. WATERLOO, March 11. (INS) -The Black Hawk Farm Bureau board of directors has granted th-j award offered for the arrest an- 1 conviction of a thief to Mr. and Mrs. Paul Johnson of Washington township. Information furnished by Mr. and Mrs. Johnson last fall led to the arrest of a lawbreaker in the county. Celebrates 82nd Birthday. ALEXANDER, March 11.--Forty-six relatives gathered at the home of Nela Larsen in honor of hia eighty-second birthday. The evening was spent in visiting. ,, .. *. ^.bit i "v-i.4 i i u i i i u i i u i i Corning, where they had Been since Thursday in tho interest of the Wesley Co-operative society. Will Live in Osugn OSAGE -- Mrs. Maud Hertzog- whose husband was killed In an accident last .fall, is expected next week from Minot, N. Dak., and wil occupy her house next to the Osage Lutheran church. The H. L. Tottenham family, who have occupier" her house, have moved to the F,nr Case house on West Main street. Mrs. Bishop Speaks KLEMME--A special M. E. service was in charge of the local W. F M. S. Mrs. A. Bishop of Algona, president of the Algona district W F. M. S.. spoke. Past Noble Grands Entertained CLARKSYILLE -- Ada Kluniler entertained the past noble grands of the Rebekah lod^e at the I. O. O F hall Tuesday afternoon Visit at Britt BRITT--Mrs. Alpha Baldwin of Clarion spent Tuesday visiting Mr. and Mrs. Frank Stcirihoff, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Diebler and Miss Rore Sullivan. Is Unable 1o Speak MELTONVILLE -- M r s . F a y Thomas, who has been unable 'to sneak aloud for over six weeks from the effects of a bad cold, is not recovering very fast. She is now taking treatments at Austin. Kfints Knrui LYLE, Minn.--P. Hanson rented I'M Arneson's farm for the corntn" year as Mr. Arneson is in poor health. Are P.irents of Son WHITTEMORE--A son was born Sunday to Mr. and Mrs. Anthonv bchmitt, Jr. There are two other children in the family, both girls A , Edris Nadine, was born to Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Mayhaw at the Van Horn home In Rodman. Mr. Mayhew is princinal at Corwith Ixiave for Sioux Foils LATIMER--Misses Theodora and Irma Potter and Alton Potter are visiting with their brother, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Potter, nt Sioux Falls, S. Dak. Their mother, Mrs. W. R Potter, who has bacn vialtinir the iast week in the Kenneth Potter home, will accompany them on the return trip home to Latimer. West Union Country Club Lets Contract foir House WEST UNION, March 11.--Tha contract for a 52,400 clubhouse on he newly acquired golf course at West Union has been let to L. H. Granger of West Union. The build- ng will be 32 by 40 feet with full basement. The porch will afford a view of seven out of the nine greens on the' golf course. St. Ansgai- Passenger Schedule Is Changed ST. ANSGAR, March 11.--Starting today the passenger trains thru St. Ansgar at 11:45 a. m., and 3:15 p. m., will be discontinued. In their place there is one freight train south at 8 a. .m., with a passenger coach · and mail car attached. The local freight comes thru about 11 o'clock in the morning. Program to Be Given CLARKSVILLE, March 11.--The Farm Bureau will present a program at the Bushing schoolhouse district No. 6, tomorrow. DAMON'S INC SCARFS-SILK SCARFS New arrivals daily of Charming Scarfs. Radiantly new. Styles for Every Daytime Occasion. Printed Georgettes and Chiffons Printed Crepes In the soft pastels and white as well as navy. Black and white backgrounds. Truly a marvelous selection. -- *L95 t+-~s*j .-G. WANT ADS. BRING RESULTS Chrysler Imperial Eight now holds all A. A. A. Contest Board Stock Gat Speed Records in its Glass for one to five miles At Daytona Beach, Florida--February '3» '4» 5--a Chrysler Imperial Eight captured all twelve stock car speed records in its class that are recognized by the A.A.A. Contest Board for one to five miles. C/osed car and open car records--new records for one to five miles from a standing start -- new records for one to five miles from a flying start--under strict supervision and electrically timed by A, A. A. Contest Board officials. The cars were selected, checked and certified by A.A.A. representatives as being stock models in every detail-and the runs were made fully equipped, even to spare tires, with nothing removed, nothing added, nothing changed whatsoever. Twelve official records. Let us mail you a folder giving full details of these records, or tell you the story in our showroom. Drive a Chrysler and learn the difference between Chrysler performance and the performance of all other motor cars. E. W. Larso 110 S. Delaware Phone 766

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