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Mason City, Iowa
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Wednesday, April 11, 1934
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FOUR MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE APRIL 11 tm 1934 SMITH OF OSAGE STRESSES CONSTITUTIONAL PRINCIPLES G.O.P, SERVICE LEAGUE MEETS Reports on Counties in 4th District Are Given at Charles City. CHARLES CITY, April 11.--Reports from all counties in the : fourth congressional district. were given last night at a fourth district republican service league gath- . cring here. One hundred seventy- five attended the meeting. Stanley ' Smith of Osage, state . central" conunitteeman from the fourth -district, in the main ad.. dress. of .the . evening, emphasized ' the'importance or adhering strict- · ly to the principles of the consti- " tution, in that connection asserting th'at the party in power is leaving these principles. "Stop, look and listen," urged Mr. Smith," so that ttie United ' States will not stray more from the constitution." The meeting was called by ,W. · G. Henke of Charles City, fourth ' district chairman of the republican ' service league, who urged republicanism in government. Edwin C. Manning, mayor of'Ottumwa, was ' unable to attend because of the : Carleton D. Ben trial in Davenport, and Col. Hanf ord · MacNider of · Mason City, also on the program, was unable to come here because ' of illness. · ' ' A number of candidates were ta' troduced but did not speak. These ' included.King R. Palmer of-West Union, candidate for representative in congress, who was here chiefly ' in the capacity of former, fourth district service league chairman; J. A. Nelson of Decorah, candidate for lieutenant governor; G. E. Cress, Mason City, candidate for lieutenant governor, and many candidates for county ;offices. : Larson Named President : of P. T. A. at Hanlontown . HANLONTOWN, .April 11.--At : the last P. T. A. meeting of the year, . new officers, were' elected as fol- . lows: President, Leslie Larson; vice president, J. M. Knutsen; secretary- treasurer, Doris Kaasa. Fined for Drank Driving. · OSAGE, April 11.--C, O. Waters · of Austin, Minn., was fined $300 and costs in district court Monday for \ driving a car while he was intoxicated. "How We Got That Way" . __by Wyatt Started ue f IB?T CHOCK WAS A ^ov PlIlNCE POR.POISC WHILE BIDING- TO; The-fact that Henkel's Concrete is ready mixed means a saving of time. Just phone -your needs . . . prompt delivery of any amount anytime within a-25"mile radius! HENKEL'S READY-MIXED CONCRETE PHONE 3626 H E R E A N D T H E R E T. * f * * * * * * » ' * * * * ' * * * 0 Miscellaneous Items From 125 Globe-Gazette Correspondents in North Iowa and Minnesota Are Parents of Son. NEW HAMPTON--A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Edward N. Schilling. April 10. Return to Madison. ST. ANSGAR--Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Koch drove to Madison, Wis., taking their daughter, Mrs. J. Russell Jane, and her daughter, Laura Lee, to- their home after a week's visit in the Koch home. Will Hire Caretaker. CLARKSVILLE--The old cemetery association will meet with the president, Mrs. George Brown, Saturday afternoon. Bids on the work of caretaker will be received until noon Saturday. Home From Chicago. ST. ANSGAR--Mrs. Dora Allanson arrived in St. Ansgar Saturday following a few days' visit with relatives in Northwood. Mrs. Allanson had spent the winter months with relatives in Chicago. She is staying at the home of Mrs. Carrie Elverum. Benton Named Manager. WESLEY--The Standard Oil company employed Delbert Benton as manager ot its second station here, located where the gas Ration was formerly operated by the Champlain company. Given Farewell Farty. LAKE MILLS--Mrs. Selmer Moen was hostess to a group of women at her" home Tuesday afternoon in honor of Mrs. N. J. Nelson who is moving to Windom. Miss Nora Hanna of Forest City was also a guest. Mrs. Kallshek Hostess. PROTIVIN--Mrs. W. T. Kalishek entertained the Ladies Aid. The evening was spent playing 500. Prizes awarded to: First, Mrs. Bill Lusson; low, Mrs. Ben Bouska. Next the group will meet with Mrs. James Vrba.' Return From Illinois. ' RUDD--Mrs. C. H. Cords and daughter, Mary Lou, returned Monday from Rock Island, HI., where they visited relatives. Dr. Cords' mother, Mrs. Mildred Cords, and his cousin accompanied them to Rudd for a visit. Returns to Home. HAMPTON--Miss Laura Belle Saylor who has been a patient at the Lutheran hospital the past two weeks, was able to return to her home Tuesday. Mrs. Edna Rooks is a patient at the hospital where she underwent an operation for appendicitis last week and is recovering satisfactorily. Attend Aunt's Funeral. BELMOND--Cato C. Griesy and his sister, Mrs. G. W. Goelz, motored to Van Horn Tuesday to attend the funeral of her aunt, Mrs. Martin Griesy. Give, Farewell Party. LONEROCK--A house dance was held at the E. C. Bierstedt home in honor of Berneyce Roderick who soon leaves .for Des Moines where she will resume her nurse's training. Mrs. Hill Will Speak. NORA SPRINGS--The regular W. C. T. U. meeting will be held Thursday afternoon at 230 at the icrne of Mrs. Dey Reed. Mrs. Lafe Hill will give a talk on the new laws in Iowa. Mrs. Hill was with her husband, Senator Lafe Hill in Des Moines during the extra' session of e legislature. New Club Plans Luncheon. GARNER--Mrs. Charles Bethke, Mrs. Paul Ellingi Mrs. Chris Olson and Mrs. Earl Terwilliger will be co-hostesses at a l o'clock luncheon Thursday'to the members of the Bid and Bye club in the home of Mrs. Bethke. This will be the first of series of three luncheons of the newly, organized club. Go to Minneapolis. THOMPSON--Supt. E. C. Deth- .eft and O'ral Florence motored to Minneapolis Tuesday to transact Dusiness. Daughter Is Born. PLYMOUTH--Mr. and Mrs. Er- jn Button are parents of a daughter born Sunday. This is their fourth child'.- ' · ' When Dining in Cedar Rapids' Visit tit MONTROSE COFFEE ' SHOP futuria; Grant Wood's famouaffirm life murla e Excellent food it thrifty prlcu Home of Radio Station KWCR and headquarters of the Cedar Rapids Auto Club. Located one block from the Union Station, in thecenter of business and social, life; the Hotel Montrose ;, k n o w n WithoutBath throughout the state for its eco- Md' C its gS52 With Private homelike atmos- Bath . from phere. m $ 2 25 Operated by *« EPPLEY HOTELS CO. YOUR IOWA An Interesting Fact Daily About the State Vou Are Proud to Call Your Own! The value of the fur industry's production in Iowa in 1929 was 5 per cent of the total United States production of the industry. Home From Hospital. DUMONT--Verla Mae Ritzman, 7 year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Vern Ritzman, was able to return from the University hospital Saturday, where she was been since January for treatment of burns received last October. She replenished the fire with cobs while standing on a chair and her clothing caught fire, severely burning her arms. Return From Florida. BRISTOW--Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Carlson and son and Mrs. Etta Wells returned from Arcadia, Fla, Home From Hospital. BRISTOW--John H. Miller who was operated on for mastoid trouble at Hampton a week ago returned to his home Saturday. Home From Hospital. BELMOND--Miss Grace Boughton who has been confined to the hospital in Iowa month where she major operation City the past submitted to a returned home Saturday in good condition. Recovering After Operation. DUMONT--Mrs. Walter Fran- scham, assistant in the postoffice. submitted to an operation for two goiters at the University hospital Monday. Her condition is satisfactory and she hopes to be able to come home the last of this week. Mr. Franscham, daughter, Erna, Joyce Wilcox, Clifford Southwick. Cherokee, and Mrs. Franscham's mother, Mrs. Arvella Adams, were with her Monday. Mrs. Hlgdon Seriously 111. STILSON--Mrs. B. J. Higdon, Sr., is seriously ill at her home northwest of Stilson. She has been in poor health for some time. Detachments of Men From 3 CCC Camps Go to New Locations AMES, April 11. --ThCBree CCC camps were scheduled to move "side camps" or detachments of about 100 men to new locations today, according to Prof. G. B. MacDonald, Iowa director of emergency conservation work. Atlantic sent a group to Chariton; WInterset a unit to Albia; and Solon a contingent to Iowa City. These units will .-devote four or five weeks to tree planting in these areas where camps were located last summer on erosion control work. Chapin School Head to Take Arlington Office C H A P I N , April 11.--Burton North, who has been superintendent of the Chapin public school for the past four years, has accepted a position as superintendent of the school at Arlington, Iowa, for the coming year. Regional Conference Planned in Humboldt HUMBOLDT, April 11. (.T)--Delegates from 13 Iowa towns and cities ire expected to convene here Sunday for the young people's regional conference of Congregational churches. The region includes Farn- lamville, Manson, Fonda, Newell, Clarion, Eagle Grove, Belmond, Fort Dodge, Otho, Webster City, Blairs- rarg, Moorland and ^lumboldt. Assessed Valuation of Herring Home Gut DES MOtNES, April 11. ta?--The assessed valuation of the home of Gov. Clyde L. Herring was reduced from ?50,000 to §30,000 in a court order issued here. An appeal from the valuation fixed by the city board of assessment and review was taken to the court by the Jackson Investment company. Mrs. Messerschrmdt Is Heard by Rockford Unit ROCKFORD, April 11.--Mrs. Zella Messerschmidt, vice county chairman of the American Legion auxiliary; Mrs. Springer, president, and Mrs. Laun, secretary of the Charles City unit, and Mrs. Taylor were special guests of the Ivan C. Walker unit at their monthly meeting Monday evening at the home of Mrs. Carl Cunningham. Mrs. Messerschmidt presented the program for legislation month on "Veterans Legislation." She asked all of the informed on A trio corn- members to become veterans' legislation. posed of Lavina Olson, Lucille Witter and Corrine Hubbard accompanied by Caroline Houts presented a musical program. Mrs. Elsie Lohr and Mrs. Ariel Carrott were elected delegate and alternate delegate, respectively, to represent the unit at the district spring conference to be held at Charles City April 25. Ricevllle Coach HI. RICEVILLE, April 11.--George Hardy, high school athletic coach, has gone to his home at Greene to recover from'an attack of mumps. Risse Conducts Services. ST. ANSGAR--The Rev. M. W. McKinley and family were called to his home at Brandon Saturday and left for there immedately. Chaplain H. F. Risse was in charga of the services at the Methodist church Sunday morning in the absence of the pastor. Sister Goes to Europe. GOODELL--Olander Sandberg returned home from Rockford and Chicago, 111. His sister, Mrs. O. Vico and husband of Chicago left for Servia and will also visit in Sweden before returning home. Daughter Is Born. TITONKA--A daughter, the sixth child in the family, was born Monday to Mr. and Mrs. John A. Cordes at their home northwest of Titonka. Attend Rites In Oskaloosa. POPEJOY--Mrs. Elmer Cox and daughter, Irene, motored to Oskaloosa Sunday to attend the funeral of the former's cousin, Mrs. Barber. Are Parents of Son. LAKE MILLS--Mr. and Mrs. Tver Roshiem are the parents of a son born Tuesday morning. This is their third son. Guests From Rapids. PROTIVIN--Mrs. Dan Kinnie and daughter, Doris of Cedar Rapids, .and mother-in-law of Blma visited at the former's parents, John Skoda. Attend Capper Rites. RICEVILLE--Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Potter, the Rev. and Mrs. Priestly, Mr. and Mrs. G. J. Smith and son, Donald, drove to Chester Monday, to attend the funeral of Mrs. Ed Capper. Mrs. Capper, who lived at Riceville several years ago was killed in a motor accident Friday evening. Return to Wisconsin. STACYVILLE--Mr. and Mrs. Ed Wirtz of Oshkosh, Helen Steffer and Ed Sabel of Fond du Lac, Wis., returned to their homes Monday after visiting at the William Koenigs home. Son Weighed 3 Founds. TITONKA--Mrs. George L. Fox who'has been cared for at the Mrs. Fred C. Wentz home since the birth of a three pound boy two weeks ago returned to her home south of town Tuesday. Return to Excelsior. WESLEY--Mr. and Mrs. Ed Studer have returned to their home at Excelsior, Minn., following a visit here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Studer. Mrs. Studer, Sr., has been in ill health the past month but is improving. Benefit I'arty Planned. NORA SPRINGS--The American Legion will give a benefit card party -Friday evening in the Legion hall. : Given Farewell Parties. GARNER--Mrs. R. G. Grobaty, who left with her two children Tuesday to join Mr. Grobaty at Marengo, was honored at two farewell parties. Mrs. Charles Marks eater- tamed in her honor at a bridge luncheon. Prizes were won by Mrs. Martin Hagen and Mrs. Walter Sherman Pritchard. On Saturday Mrs. C. E. Barnes, Mrs. Thomas McMahon, Mrs. J. E. Tierney and Mrs. Louis Quintus entertained at a bridge luncheon in the home of Mrs. Barnes with 28 guests. Mrs. Frank Clark won high score. Attend Forest City Session. THOMPSON--The Forest City chapter of the O. E. S. gave the ritualistic work at its chapter Monday evening. Seventeen members from here attended. Home From New York. GOLDFIELD--Mrs. W.-A. Zeigler who has spent the winter mouths with her children in New York City returned to her home here Monday. The Rev. and Mrs. R. M. McCracken left Tuesday for Cedar Rapids where they will attend a meeting of the Cedar Rapids Presbytery. Delegates to Washington. SHEFFIELD--Miss Alberta Cochram, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Cockram of Sheffield, a registered nurse at Cedar Rapids, was elected delegate to the annual convention of the American Nurses association in Washington April 22-27, Chaperons at Prom. WESLEY--Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kunz left Tuesday for St. Paul to act as chaperons at the Junior-Senior- prom given by the nurses of the St. Joseph's hospital where their daughter, Ivyl Marie is a junior nurse. They will also visit their son, Clare, and wife who live in St. Paul. Visit at Sutherland. LONEROCK--The J. M.. Blanchard family, Chester Alme and Mr. and Mrs. Harlem Blanchard drove to the John Sones home south of Sutherland. Honored on Birthday. NORA SPRINGS--L. N. Christianson was given a dinner party Saturday at the home of their son- in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Jay Clough. About 20 relatives were present honoring Mr. Christiansen's eighty-fourth birthday. Honored at Shower. GARNER--Mrs. Paul Quintus of the Legion was honored by several Legion auxiliary members who went to her home Tuesday afternoon, giving her a handkerchief shower. Mrs. Quintus spent some time in a hospital at Rochester, Minn., recently, and for several months has been unable to attend the meetings. Recovering From Operation. THOMPSON--Mrs. Eddie Jenson who underwent an operation at the Dalmage hospital at Buffalo Center Sunday morning, is recovering and is expected to be home the last of the week. More than 40,000 ponies are still employed in coal mines of England. Mrs. Nellie Ryburn Is Buried in Rockwell ROCKWELL, April 11. --Mrs. Nellie Ryburn, formerly of this place, died at her late home in Cedar Fails. Burial was to be in the Rockwell cemetery Wednesday afternoon at about 5 o'clock. She was about 58 years of age. Her husband, N. A. Ryburn, died 12 years ago. Mrs. Ryburn leaves no children. Body of Eagle Grove Man to Be Buried in Sheldon EAGLE GROVE, April 11.--Funeral services for George Cullen, widower and retired farmer, who died suddenly at the residence of his daughter, Mrs. W. L. Breaw, Monday morning, were held at the Wilson funeral chapel Wednesday morning, in charge of the Rev. Herbert Clegg. of Fort Dodge. The body was taken overland to Sheldon, N. Dak., for burial. Were in Des Molnes. PROTIVIN--Leo Slezak, Bill Dostal, John Swoboda and Tony Pecinovsky were business callers in Des Moines. MANLEY GIVES DECORAH TALK Speaks on Duties of State Liquor Group; Site for Store Not Chosen. DECORAH, April 11--In a meeting yesterday at the Winneshiek hotel in Decorah, Bernard E. Manley of Mason City, member of the Iowa liquor commission, spoke briefly on the duties of the commission and of the various liquor stores to be established throughout the state. No site for the proposed store was selected. Owners of buildings suitable for that purpose were advised to communicate with the liquor commission at Des Moines. Businessmen of Decorah who attended the meeting included Elmer Amundsen, secretary of the Decorah Chamber of Commerce, B. O. Marsh, mayor; M. A. Musser, temporary chief of police; Alton Nelson, motorcycle policeman; M. A. Graf, sheriff of Winneshiek county; E. P. Shea, county attorney; T. Harold Carolan and T. F. Schmitz of Os- slan. Newspapers were represented by B. B. Anundsen of the Anundsen Publishing company, A. C. Bishop of the Decorah Public Opinion, arid J. C. Hammond of the Journal. Body of Small Boy Taken to Rockford From Peoria ROCKFORD, April 11.--Mrs. Ella Bishop received word Tuesday of the death of her only grandson, Leon Bishop, 10 months old son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bishop, of Peoria, 111., whose death occurred there early Tuesday, following a week's illness of pneumonia. Mr. and Mrs. Bishop were residents of this place until about six years ago. Mr. Bishop was cashier of the First National bank here. The body was brought here Wednesday afternoon and the funeral service held at the Bishop home with burial in Riverside cemetery. Will Meet Thursday. SWALEDALE--The Girls' Guild will meet Thursday afternoon with Mrs. George Hanks as leader and hostess. SPEECH WINNERS ARE ANNOUNCED Precounty Contests Held in Mitchell; finals Are Planned Soon. OSAGE, April 11.--Winners in the pre-county Better Speech contests are: At Rock Hall, Melvin Koschmeder of Pleasant Grove, Kenneth Larson of Cedar No. 9 and George Gast of Cedar No. 4; at Meyer, Mavis Sloan of Bailey, Eugene Blake ol Meyer; at St Ansgar, Corine Dahl of Marburg No. 6, Margaret Mundt of Toeterville and Gene Rust of Pleasant Prairie; at New Haven, lola Evans of Mt. Zion, Florence. Taets of May and Ruth Miller of New Haven school. These winners will compete in a county contest in the near future. Submits to Operation. TITONKA--Henry Schroeder was operated on for appendicitis Tuesday at his home in Titonka. FACTORY PAINT EXPERTS WILL TELL YOU HOW TO DO IT! Attend Oar 3-DAY FREE Painting--Decorating DEMONSTRATION Two factory representatives from'LOWE BROS, will be in our store this week-end to conduct a demonstration in interior painting and decorating . . . you're invited to attend. Thursday -- Friday -- Saturday, April 12-13-14 These Gentlemen Have Valuable Free Advice For You . . . They will present the newest and latest in wall finishes, showing how to economically refinish any room in your home--walls, woodwork, floors, furniture, etc. They will show you how you can do the work yourself, and achieve results that will surprise you. Bring in your individual problems, you'll find the men capable and willing to help you with them. 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