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Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, February 25, 1937
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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, FEBRUARY 25 · 1937 THREE DEGLAM WINNERS AT HAMPTON AND LAKE MILLS NAMED COMPETE IN 1ST STATE ROUNDS Latimer and Thompson Also Capture High Ranks Talks. m HAMPTON--Winners in Lhc first round of the state declamatory contest Wednesday night were: Oratorical--Clarence Brauer o£ Hampton, first; Warren Fande- meier of Sheffield, second. Dramatic--Sylvia Grummer of Lati- .mer, first, and Rebekah Allinson of Hampton, second. Humorous-Pauline Malm of Hampton, first, . and Shirley Gann of Sheffield, second. Judges were Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Morton of Clarion and Margaret Davenport of Geneva. The contest had been postp'oned from Monday because of road conditions. Two for Lake IVIills. LAKE MILLS--Students who won Wednesday night in the first round of the state declamatory contest were: Oratorical--Amas Hagenson of Thompson, first, and Margaret Schroeder of Lakota, second. Dramatic--Robert Stewart of Lake Mills, first, and Betty Ley of Lakota, second. Humorous--Sterling Thompson of Lake Mills, first, and Helen Nelson of Thompson, second. Rake was unable to compete because of 'blocked roads. Adela Hansen of Forest City was judge. Will Be Held Monday. ROCKFORD--The first in the substate declamatory contests for the contestants from the schools of Hudd, Nora Springs, Marble Rock and P.ockford .will be held in the high school auditorium on Monday evening, March 1, at 8 p. m. The contest was scheduled for Monday, Feb. 22, but because of closed roads it was postponed. Whittemore Fox and Crow Hunts Planned; Gun Cfub Organized WHITTEMORE--The Whittemore chapter of the Kossuth county conservation league which has more than 100 paid up members, heard L. M. Merrill of the county league. He outlined the activities of the county league and presented the plans for the coming year. There 1 are more than 5,000 members tn the league at present and it is hoped to increase this number by the end of the year. Plans were formulated to hold more fox hunts this spring. A hunt will be held Sunday, Feb. 28, if the weather is favorable. Captains were elected and arrangements made for a crow h u n t this year. A fee of 25 cents will be charged and the money taken in will be given out as prizes at the end of the hunt. The closing date for entries is April 15 and the hunt will end May 31. Otto Hahn was rc-elcclcd president of the local' conservation chapter and Irwin Siems was reelected secretary and treasurer. A gun club was organized after the conservation meeting. O. A. Poirot was elected president and James B. Gulan, secretary and treasurer. It is planned to have a trap put up. j Mathieu, 75, Retired R. R. Employe, Buried EAGLE GROVE--Louis Mathieu, 75, retired Chicago and North Western employe, died at his residence Tuesday. Funeral services were held at the Sacred Heart church Thursday, in charge of the Rev. P. Molloy, and b u r i a l was made in Calvary cemetery. Mrs. M n t h i c u died several years ago. He is survived by four sons: Paul, Louis and Robert, in Chicago, and Rene in Longmont, Colo.; also by three daughters: Gabrielle in Eagle Grove, and Margaret and Gertrude in Lonft- mont, Colo. :-: HERE AND THERE : Miscellaneous Items From 125 Globe-Gazette Correspondents _ North Iowa and Southern Minnesota in Advocates Soy Beans. ALGONA--At the regular meeting of the Rotary club, the cultivation of soy beans was advocated when each member brought a far- mer.friend as a guest. Nearly 125 men were present when George W. Godfrey of the state college of Ames and former Ij'ossulh farmer addressed the group and stressed the cultivation of soy beans in Kossulh county. Taken to Hospital. NEW HAMPTON--Walter Clark of Waterloo formerly of Elma was taken to a hospital at New Hampton Thursday. Clark has been ill since the day before his marriage on Feb. 8 to the former Anna Mae Kelly. Clark was too ill to go to a church wedding, so was married at the home of the bride's parents. Larson Elected Secretary. JOICE--The Joice Creamery company paid 39 cents for butterfat for January. LeRoy · Larson was elected secretary at the meeting of the board of directors. He succeeds Kermit Paulson, who has served the last few years. Seek Girls' Dormitory. DECORAH--The Chamber of Commerce is urging, among other improvements for the city, a girls' dormitory for Luther college. It has been suggested that the sum required for this project would be raised by popular subscription. It is thought that a girls' dormitory at the college would increase the number of students attending by a large number. Given Farewell Party. SEXTON--Thirty-five friends and neighbors of Mr. and Mrs. Clem Cunningham met at their home a half mile north of town Tuesday evening for a farewell party. Mr. and Mrs. Cunningham are moving to a farm near Irvington, after living 11 years at Sexton. Will Be Sentenced Friday. CLARION--Judge H. E. Fry postponed sentence until Friday on Frank Fisher, Harry Hill and Gilbert Curtis, all of Eagle Grove, charged with breaking and entering a beer parlor in Eagle Grove. The offense allegedly occurred about May 17, 193G. Each of the men pleaded guilty. All Activities Canceled. PLYMOUTH--The schools of Plymouth have been closed ' all week and all activities canceled so far. The Farmers Institute is scheduled for Thursday and Friday, providing . the roads are opened Home From Des Moines. LIME SPRINGS--Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Johnson and daughter returned home from Des Moines after having been stranded during the snow storm. Ill at Wichita. MANLY--Word has been received here from .Mrs. Joe Hovell that J. M. O'Connor, who left here to visit a son in Wichita, Kans., Christmas week, is very ill in the hospital there with a heart attack. Will Open Barber Shop. HAYFIELD--Mrs. M. A. Pon- dergast nnd son are staying this week at the parental Peter Schreck home while her husband is moving from Forest City to Coulter where he will operate a barber shop. Entertain Grand Lodge Officers. RICEVILLE--Preparations are being made by the O. E. S. for the entertainment of grand lodge officers and instructors Thursday. The evening meeting will be preceded by a 6:30 dinner served in the lodge rooms. Are Parents of Son. HANLONTOWN--Word reached relatives Tuesday of the birth of a 6 pound 13 ounce boy, Joel Morgan, to Mr. and Mrs. Max Banks of Tiplon, in a Davenport hospital. Mrs. B a n k s was formerly Luella Gcsme and attended high school in Hanlontown. Win Prize at Britlffn. MANLY--Mrs. Carl Enqucst and Mrs. Ben Lake entertained at bridge Tuesday afternoon at the Ben Lake home for the Library benefit. A two course luncheon was served after the playing. Mrs. Know Your State A Fact a Day About loway! A total of 5,016 game birds and animals, either from actual .purchase, donation or transplanting, have been released in areas over Iowa in 20 counties. Aquatic plants have been placed in six lakes and plans have beefi'pre- pared for planting in 13 additional lakes this spring. Don't suffer the penalty of faltering vision . . . care for your eyes now Earl Fehman, Mrs. L. L. Johnston, Mrs. G. H. Schaeffcr, Mrs. Louie Blalttpeilar won high score prizes. Benefit Party Held. MANLY--The benefit card party at the Masonic temple drew a good crowd, despite adverse weather conditions. This is one of a scrips of parties to be given by the Masons and O. E. S. to raise funds to redecorate the interior of the temple. Bridge prizes were won by Dr. S. S. Wcs'lly and Mrs. Clarence Rolla, while 50D prizes were won by Dr. G. H. Schaeffer and Mrs. Joe Macku. Oldest Son Is III, PLYMOUTH--Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Peshak's oldest son is very ill at his home, 4 miles northeast of Plymouth. Test Ts Postponed. RICEVILLE--The tuberculosis test which was to be given at the high school to students and others desiring it on Tuesday-was postponed because of weather and road conditions. Visitor From Northficld. P L Y M O U T H -- M i s s Hildred Tennehell, a student of Northfield Minn., spent the week-end with her mother, Josephine Tennihill and could not r e t u r n because of blocked roads. At Rites in Harmony. LIME SPRINGS--Mr. and Mrs Willard Thomas and Mr. and Mrs. Art Kliengsheim attended the funeral of the women's father, Mr. Olson, at Harmony, Minn., Tuesday. Visitor From DCS Moines. KANAWHA--Miss Bernice Lnr- sen of Des Moines is visiting her parents, Mr: and Mrs. Bert Larsen. Miss Larsen is a registered nurse. Submits t» Operation. C O R W I TH--Claude Bogard, southeast of Corwith,.underwent a major operation at Rochester Minn., Wednesday. Is Receiving: Treatment. JOICE--Melvin Norregaard, son of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Norregaard, local farmers, is receiving treat- met;! at the hosoital in Rochester Born on Father's Birthday. ACKLEY--A bnby girl was born Monday to Mr. and Mrs. Aloyius Richtsmeicr of Iowa Falls a t . t h e St. Francis hospital, Waterloo Feb. 22 is also the birthday anniversary of Mr. Richlsmeier. Given Farewell Party. FAULKNER--Mr. and Mrs. John Laipple entertained the f a m - ilies of school district No. 5 and the teacher, Miss Dorothy Su'rfoos, ai a surprise farewell party for Mr and Mrs. Joe Morfcldt and children who will move March 1 to the farm at Elma that they purchased. Cars Buried in Snow. STACYVILLE--Mrs. W. B Weber and Walter, of Walt Weber's orchestra, and Kathleen were caught in the recent storm when enroute here from Mason City and sought refuge at the Cornelius Christiansen home near Manly. Glen Smith, instructor of music at St. Ansgar and his wife, were also snowbound there. Snowplov nnd wrecker were needed in the search for the cars which were buried. Slinws Safety Films. CRYSTAL L A K E -- Sponsored by the American Legion and A u x i l i a r y , C. B. Benedict, a member of the highway safety patrol, gave a safety talk and showed the new American Legion safely films "Inertia" and "The Other Fellow," in the public schools. Largrc Crowd Present. TITONKA--The annual Washington's birthday supper served by the ladies aid of the Methodist church was held in the church basement. Several hundred were in attendance and a good profit realized. Several Give Lessons. NORA SPRINGS--The Open Door class planned to meet at the home of Mrs. Thomas Trcloar Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Ada Edgington will lead devotions and Mrs. J. W. Wyatt, Mrs. Ira Cronk, Mrs. J. C. Ashmore and Mrs. Lafr? Hill will have charge of the lessons. Rirdulay Ts Celebrated. LATIMER--A group of fricivJs gathered at the Herman Wenzel iiome and surprised Mr. Wenzel on his birthday anniversary. The evening was spent playing 500. High score was won by Herman Wenzel and Mrs. Harry Rodemeyer, Sr Low prize went to Louis Muhlen- bruek. Triumphant Fans Delayed. CLARKSVILLE -- Between DO and 100 from here attended Ihc basketball tournament at Parkersburg Saturday night anrl were snowed in there until Sunday afternoon when 22 auto loads left for home. But, anyway, Clarksville .von the tournament. Return From Chicago. GOODELL -- Francis MeNulty nnd son, Paul, returned from Chicago where they went to visit relatives. His father, Frank MrNuIty, who lias been visiting his daughter, Mrs. John Lordcn and f n m i l y since the death of his wife, returned home with them. L-.^r^'TJ^,, Submits to Operation. TITONKA--Mrs. Dell Reibsa- men was taken to Fort Dodge Monday and submitted to a serious tumor operation. Visit Hospital Patient. KLEMME -- Donald Neuberger drove to Ottumwa to spend a couple of days with his wife, who is patient at Sunny Slope sanitarium. Injured in Fall. NORA SPRINGS--Word was received that Miss Ada Trevett, pioneer resident here, fell a week ago and fractured her hip. She is in a hospital at Moorehead, Minn. She was spending the winter with her sister. Miss Lizzie Daley who live in Moorehead. Given Surprise Shower. LONEROCK--A surprise miscellaneous shower was held at the Oscar Patterson home in honor of Esther Godden. Bcfty Woodard Re-Elecled. OSAGE--At the regular mee- mg of the Wa-Tan-Ye club here Monday evening at the Cleveland hotel, Betty Woodard was re-elected president; Nell Young, vice president; Katherine Michels, secretary; Rosa Frank, treasurer; board members are: May Byrnes, Mary Kclley and Elizabeth Schrader. Called to California. GOODELL--L. W. Wesenberg was called to Long Beach, Cal., by the critical illness of his father, William Wesenberg, 87. Mr. Wesenberg formerly lived here and is still a land owner here. Warner Butts accompanied to him to California. Will Present Play. MITCHELL---Misses Irma Rolfcs and Mina Olin were hostesses to the Unity Junior club at the home of Mrs. G. H. Parkhurst. The cluh is sponsoring a play to be staged in the near future. Luverne Singer Will Leave for Movie Work LUVERNE--Harry Hoepner, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Hoepner, west of Luverne farmers, who has been making good as a radio entertainer the past three years over WHO, Des Moines, in -the Barn Dance Frolic and Oklahoma Outlaws, is leaving the latter part of this \veek for Hollywood to take part in the making of a Gene Autry picture. He expects to be in Hollywood three weeks. His parents are driving to Des Moines this week for a short visit and to bring back Harry's car. Lifelong Resident '. of Butler Is Buried DUMONT -- Ebel Ubben, 37, died at his home Tuesday afternoon from arthritis from which he had been an invalid more than a year. He had been in poor health the past 10 years, following a runaway from which he never recovered. He was born in Butler county Jan. 3, 1900, and lived there all his life, all but five years being in this vicinity, when he lived in Aredale. / He was married Jan. 27, 1924, to Miss Dora Bents, who survives him, as well as three children, Marjorie, Carrol and one son, Harley. Also s u r v i v i n g are his father, Henry Ubben, Aredale, and five sisters and four brothers, Mrs. Hilda Mohlencamp, Sheffield; Mrs. Nels Nelson, Hampton; Mrs. Will Patterson, Aredale; Mrs. Adolph Borneman and Mrs. Murvcl DeArmon, Aredale; Martin Ubben, Geneva; Henry, John and Allie Ubben, Aredale. Funeral services were held Thursday afternoon at the home and at the Evangelical church with the Rev. H. M. Raecker in charge. Submits to Operation. KLEMME--Mrs. Calvin Gross- huersch underwent an operation at the Park hospital for an inner goiter Tuesday. Her condition is satisfactory. - SALESMAN DIES IN HOTEL ROOM Moritz of C h e r o k e e Is Found Dead; Cause Heart-Attack. EMMETSBURG--S. S. Ivlorilr, 51, traveling salesman from Cherokee, was found dead in a local hotel room late Wednesday. Moritz complained of feeling ill Tuesday night when he registered and he is believed to have died shortly afterwards. Coroner J. W. Woodbridge said a heart attack caused his death. Luverne Given One Top Rank in Declam LUVERNE--In the first round of the high school declamatory contest, held at Bode Monday evening, Luverne school won two sec- ons and one first. Gordon Dimler won second in the oratorical and Maxine Smith second in dramatics while Evan Lichly won first in humorous. Evan will represent the Luverne school in the next round, the place to be decided later. Will Speak at Iowa TJ. FOREST CITY-- Miss Luella Mills and Otto Flom won the right to represent Waldorf college in the state forensic contest at Iowa City the first week in April. Miss Mills, whose home is at Easlon, Minn., will enter the artistic reading contest, and Mr. Flom of Delhi, Minn., will participate in the oratorical contest. The contestant in extemporaneous speaking will be selected later. ria.vs (o Be March 9. RIDGEWAY -- The three one act plays which were to be pretended to the Dramatic club of the local high school on Tuesday evening, March 2, will be presented at the school auditorium on the evening of March 9, instead. Furniture Store at Riceville Will Open RICEVILLE -- Guy Loper is opening a furniture store to be known as the Riceville Furniture company in the south room of the National bank building. Fixtures and equipment arc being installed at present and the stock is expected to be ready for the opening March 1. Mr. Bradley of Cresco will be associated with Mr. Loper in the undertaking department. From Iowa Man Dies Car Mishap Injuries DES MOINES, (fPj -- B r u c e Sutherland, 56, of Nevada, Iowa, died in a hospital here from head injuries suffered in an automobile accident Feb. 17 north of town. 5 Will Speak. WASHINGTON--Five authorities from Iowa on phases of wildlife conservation and management will speak d u r i n g scientific sessions of the Second North American Wildlife conference at St. Louis, Mo., March 1 to 4. They are Odell ..Inlander, George O. Hendrickson, Logan Bennett and Paul L. Errington, all of Iowa Stale college, Ames, and W. W. Aitken, biologist of the Iowa conservation commission at DCS Moines. FOREST CITY TO TAKE BIDS Hearing on Contract (or Municipal Plant to Be March 31. FOREST CITY--The city council of Forest City is calling for bids for the erection of an electric light and power plant and distribution system. The bids will be received and a hearing on the proposed contract will be held March 31. The matter of the bids and hearings follow, the council being released by a supreme court stay-order from that portion of the temporary injunction recently granted to the Interstate Power company, preventing the council taking further steps. The hearing on the permanent injunction will be held at the coming April term of the district court. I.crtffue Officers Named. FOREST CITY--Joseph Rorem of Slater will servo as president of the Waldorf college Luther league during the spring quarter, beginning March 7. Other officers, elected at a recent meeting of the student body, are Irvin Hyland, Radcliffc, vice president, nnd Yvonne Gunderson, Orfordville, Wis., secretary. MOST MODERN STORAGE I N NORTH IOWA Dust-proof Vans at your service day or night. Careful drivers. Everything insured. Veech Transfer Storage 524 Second Street S. W. Mason City Gary Grant says: "a light smoke rates aces high with my throat "Lucfcies have been my cigarette for five years now. I rate them a 4 star cigarette. They're ahvays good to the throat, and taste so much better than other cigarettes that it seems to me this 'Toasting' process is a swell idea. Yes, a light smoke like Ltickies rates aces high with both my throat and taste." APPEARING IN THE NEW COLUMBIA PICTURE, "WHEN YOU'RE IN LOVE" .n independent survey was made recently among professional men and women -- lawyers, doctors, lecturers, scientists, etc. Of those who said they smoke cigarettes, more than 87% stated they personally prefer a light smoke. Mr. Grant verifies the wisdom of this preference, and so do other leading artists of the radio, stage, screen and opera. Their voices are their fortunes. That's why so many of them smoke Luckies. You, too, can have the throat protection of Luckies--a light smoke, free of certain harsh irritants removed by the exclusive process "It's Toasted". Luckies are gentle on the throat. THE FINEST TOBACCOS"THE CREAM OF THE CROP" A Light Smoke Toasted"-Your Throat Protection AGAINST IRRITATION-AGAINST COUGH

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