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Mason City, Iowa
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Monday, March 16, 1931
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MARCH 16 1931 A1ASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE NEW BILL FOR REAPPORTIONING DISTRICTS INTRODUCED PROPOSAL MADE BY TWO AUTHORS Nine Congressional Groups of Counties Listed in Measure. DES MOINES, March. 16. UP)-Another bill for reapportioning lowe into nine congressional districts appeared in the house today with Rep reaentatives Thore Thompson of Payette county and C. W. Lamb of Dallas 'county as its authors. ! The suggested districts are: First--Lee, Des Moines, Henry Louisa, Muscatine, Scott, Cedar. Clinton, Jones and Jackson counties Second--Iowa, Johnson, Benton, Poweshiek, Taraa, Jasper, Marshall. Grundy, Hardin, Butler and Franklin. Third--Linn, Dubuque, Delaware. Buchanan, Blaclf Hawk and Bremer. Fourth--Clayton, Fayette, AH£- makee, Winneshiek, Chicaksaw Howard, Floyd, Mitchell, Cerro Gordo, Worth, Hancoclt, Winnebago and Kossuth. Fifth--Lyon,. Sioux, Plymouth, Woodbury, Monona, O s c e o 1 a. O'Brien, Cherokee,-- Ida, Dickinson, Clay, Buena Vista and Sac. Sixth--Emmet, Palo Alto, Calhoun, Pocahohtas, Crawford, Carroll, Greene, Boons, Humboldt, Webster, Wright ana Hamilton. Seventh--Story, Dallas, Polk. Madison, Warren and Marion. Eighth--Union, Ringgojd, Clarke. Decatur, Lucas, Wayne, Monroe, Appanoose, Wapello, Davis, Jefferson, Van Buren, Mahaska, Keokuk and Washington. Ninth--Harrison, Pottawattamie. Mills, ' Fremont, Shelby, Auduboa, Cass, Montgomery, Page, Guthrte, Adair, Adams and Taylor. Dunn Is Speaker at Eagle Grove Session of Farmers' Co-Op' EAGLE GROVE, March 1G.--The twenty-fifth annual banquet and nueting of the Farmers co-operative company was held in the dining room of the Methodist church Saturday with an attendance of 160. An address 'was given by B. G. Dunn of Mason City who was of great assistance in the organization of the original association 25 years ago. Officers are: President, Martin K. Frey; vice president, William A. Evans; secretary- treasurer, Fred H. Allen; directors, M. K. Frey, W. A. Evans, F. H. Allen, Clarence Emerson, Gerhard Hanson, W. J. Hagie, and A. B. Spangler. viCTlI¥Izz Anyone Can Wear Artificial Teeth Perhaps you have had trouble with your plate. §u£ - ^experts ^ can ?.' totr6ct7 'that-'trouble . . . 'anJ you will be delighted with the results. "CRAVEN" PLATES AS AS ' .REPAIRING WHILE YOU WAIT Exclusive PLATE SHOPPES 18 First St. S. E.--Mason City SOB 8th St. . 408 Locust UPB Moines Out-of-Town Customers Write Rites for Thomas Stevens Held at Chester; Three Children Survive. CRESCO, March IS.--Funeral services were held Monday forenoon at the Catholic church at Chester for Thomas Stevens, who was fatal ly injured Thursday by a buzz saw while sawing wood at his home three miles northwest of Lime Springs. Immediately after the accident he was rushed to the hospital but died before reaching there. He is survived by his widow and three children. He was about 50 and lived in Howard county many years. · Rites for Businessman Will Be Tuesday; Burial to Be in Redfield. SHEFFIELD, March 16.--W. H. Hathaway, a member of the firm of Hathaway and Johnson, died at Mayo brothers hospital at Rochester, Minn., last night following an operation for gallstones a week ago The body was expected to arrive here today. Funeral services will be held tomorrow. The body will then be taken to Redfield for burial Mr. Hathaway is survived by hi.' wife, one daughter, Mrs. L. A Strause, Manly, and Jack Hathaway " 2 Clarksville Students on Lions Trip Selected CLARKSVILLE, March 16.--The local Lions club will be represented at Des Moines March 20 with other Lions clubs in a visit to the statehouse. The various clubs are selecting one girl and one boy from the high schools to be cntertainec for a day. Miss Susie Mayer ,and Burr Boyd were selected from the high-school here by vote of the students. Physical Training Demonstrated. EAGLE GROVE, March 16.-Pupils of the public schools helc their annual physical education demonstration in the high schoo' gymnasium Friday evening In charge of the physical director, Miss Bernice Stock. The larger part of the program consisted of class games and specialties. How to gain Colds, flu and sickness play havoc TOlth the red-tlood-ceUs and the body therefore has less resistance against further disease attacks! in the Spring Every spring countless thousands take S.S.S.--the purely vegetable tonic--to build back their red-bloocl- eells so that they may have that nciv strength which makes for a keen appetite, firm flesh, a clear skin and greater resistance against infection and disease. You, too, will want to take S.S.S. for this very reason. Select the larger size as it holds double the quantity and represents a price saving. ©S.S.S. Co. HERE THERE Miscellaneous Items From 100 Globe-Gazette Correspondents in North Iowa and Minnesota E v e r y S p r i n g t a k e S . S . S . T o n i c WHEELING MADE GARBAGE CAN For Tuesday and Wednesday For This Day Only \VE DELIVER Mason City Hardware Co. 27 E. State Home Owned Store 048 Visits at Fioyd FLOYD--Doris Knowlton, a student at J. S. T. C., Ceciar Falls, spent the week-end with Floyd relatives. Will Be Hostess LATIMER--Miss Nellie Miles will :e hostess to the Young Ladies' ,ewing club at Mrs. John Hicks' home Wednesday evening. Returns From Rochester CORWITH--Mrs. R. L. .Whittaker returned from Rochester, Minn., Friday, where she underwent an- operation for gallstones. Are 111 iii Minneapolis OSAGE--Mr. and MrsI J. J. Ball went Sunday to Minneapolis in response to a call from Mrs. C. R. Baldwin, whose husband and 10 year old daughter are both ill fit a hospital there. Is Hostess to Aid BELMOND--Mrs. H. F. Peterson was hostess to the Cemetery Aid Friday afternoon. She was assisted by Mrs. W. A. Bullis, Mrs. W. H. Wolle, Mrs. C. H. Jennings, Mrs. Fred ItcBrkle, Mrs. G. F. McBurney and Mrs. 'J. H. Nourse. Student Comes Home BRISTOW--Duane Stewart, senior at I. S. T. C., came home Saturday morning lor a visit with his parents. Street Sale Announced FERTILE--A community street sale will be held at Fertile Thursday starting at noon. Free dinner will be served. Leaves for South DaUota ROCKFORD -- Harold Hoffman. Aberdeen, S. Dak.,.and Carl Hoffman, Mitchell, S. Dak., left Sunday morning for their homes. They had been here to attend the funeral of their uncle. Will Hoffman. Is in Hospital. GARNER--Mrs. O. K. Maben is in the Irish hospital Forest City for treatment. Como From DCS Moines. GARNER--Mrs. Lillian Lehmen and small son, Willis, and Anne Peterson of Des Moines are houseguests of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Olsen. They came to attend the silver wedding celebration held here Saturday night for Mr. and Mrs. Fred lleiecka. First Child In Born. WHITTEMORE--A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Albert Meyer. Mrs. Meyer was formerly Miss Edna Behnke. This is the first child in the family. Followup Meeting Held. FLOYD--A followup meeting of the project work given by the Farm Bureau was .held at. the homo of Mrs.! Laun Thursday. Eighteen wen present. A Tireless cooker was made and meal planning-discussed. Kecititl to Be Presented. WHITTEMORE, March 14.--The pupils in music at . Presentation academy are being presented in a recital Sunday evening under the direction of their instructor, Sister M. Henrietta. Birthday Is Celebrated. FLOYD--The Helper Union society gathered at the home of Mrs, William Wulff. Saturday and helped her celebrate her birthday. Go to Des Moines. GARNER--Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Tompkins and children, Denzil, Rachel.and Dicky motored to Des Moines Sunday to visit Mrs. Tompkins' mother, Mrs. Sam Wilson, who has been quite 111. They returned the same day. Returns to Bancroft BANCROFT---Mrs. Anna Horton returned from Spencer Friday where she spent the winter with her daughter, Mrs. Ed Preston. Comes From Chicago AREDALE--Miss Gladis Bag-ley of Chicago was called here by the death of her mother's brother, who was killed by a saw near Lime Springs. Former Resident Is Dead FERTILE--Frank Rhodes, Ocean Beach, Cal., died at Scripps hospital, La Jobba. He was born at Fertile May 13, 1869, and moved to California in 1921. He was buried in San Diego. Visit at Plymouth PLYMOUTH--Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Behnke of Ames are here. Mr, Behnke attended the Co-operative Creamery meeting and Mrs. Behnke visited relatives here and at Rock Falls. Go to Minneapolis PLYMOUTH--Mr. and Mrs. Delmar Hugl have gone to Minneapolis on business. ' ' Visit at Clarksville CLARKSVILLE--Mr. and Mrs. VV. C. Neighbor of Center Point are visiting their daughter, Mrs. Orland Reynolds. Visits Coe Student R O C K F O R D -- M i s s Esther Knaupp spent the week-end visiting her sister, who is a student in Coe college Taken to Hospital FLOYD--Fred Towner was admitted to the Cedar Valley hospital for treatment Saturday evening. Suffers Paralytic Stroke EAGLE GROVE--Mrs. Charles O. Easiness, 60. suffered a paralytic stroke Wednesday. While her condition is very serious, she was somewhat imnroved Saturday. Teacher OOPS Home BRISTOW--Raymond Berrier, Knsrlish teacher, went to Cedar Falls Saturday and then to Nashua to spend a day with his parents at the latter place. Win Spoiling Honors BELMOND--In the spelling contest Friday, Wilbur Lulck and Glenn Burns of the eighth gra.lo were the winners. They will represent Belmond at the Wright county spelling contest at Clarion March 21. Junior, C). Stone of Kentucky poses at his desk, in Washington, :is ho takes over his duties us president of the federal farm hoard, a position left vacant by tho resignation of Alexander P. Lcgge. Stone formerly was vice chairman of the hoard. YOUR IOWA One Interesting Fact Every Day About the State You Arc Proud to Cull ¥our Own! Iowa furnished New York CYi.y with 2G per cent of all the butter used by the inhabitants of the metropolis during January, February and March, 1930. The total of all the Hawkeye creamery butter consumed by the New Yorkers during these months pounds. was 516,012,143 targe Crowd Is Prcst'lit KIESTER, ' Minn.--The market day sale in Kiester was well attended last Saturday. · " Commercial Contest Planned LAKE MILLS--The first commercial contest to he held in Lake Mills will be Saturday morning. March 21, to which the public is invited. There will be events in novice typing, novice shorthand, amateur typing and amateur shorthand, with five from Lake Mills and five from Northwood on each team. Arrive in Clarksville CLARKSVILLE--Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Swanson arrived from M neapolis for a visit to their aunt, Miss Lena Pronge. They are on their wedding trip and from here they will go to their home in Chicago. Church Is Redecorated GLF.NVTLLE, Minn.--A. Haugard of Albert Lea is redecorating; the interior of the First Lutheran church. Prizes Arc Given CLARION--Mr. and Mrs. G. R Hill were hosts to five tables of bridge at their home Friday evening:. Prizes went to Mrs. T. T. Ronscvolt ancl C. .T. Najrle. Royal Nr':;!«liors Moot FLOYD -- The Royal Neighbor." held their regular meeting at the Arc Latimer Guests LATIMER--Mr. and Mrs. Dan Grafstad and Mrs. Olaf Halaurd of Bode were guests of Andy Brodale. Osago Club to Meet OSAGE--The Shakespearean club will meet Tuesday with Mrs. Clarice ,Savre. Indian symbols, legends and handcraft will be the subjects of the afternoon, illustrated by Indian exhibits. Daughter Is Born LELAND--A daughter weighing nine pounds was born Friday to Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Carlson, who live two miles southeast of Leland. Will Go to Clinton BELMOND--Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Engelbrecht left Friday for a visit with' relatives at Waverly. They plan to go on to Clinton to isit in the home of Mrs. Engelbrecht's parents. Enrolls in College BRISTOW--Lee C. Richards enrolled as a student at I. S. T. C. at 2edar Falls. Visits With Parents FERTILE--Miss Helen Wescott, nstructor in the public school at Allison, came to spend the week-end with h'cr parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Wescott. Leave for Marsluilltown BANCROFT--Mr. and Mrs. Frank J. Welp and Mrs. J. H. Welp left laturday to Spend several days with elativcs and friends at Marshalltown. Visits at Arcclalo AREDALE--Miss Verna Tabor of hicago came Saturday and is visiting her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. James Popejoy. Mr. Popejoy has been ill the past six weeks. Come From Cambridge PLYMOUTH--Mr. and Mrs. Howard McCrea came from Cambridge Friday night to visit his mother, Mrs. R. I. McCrea. who is ill with pneumonia. Howard is a teacher in the city school at Cambridge. Pluy Is Given GLEMVILLE, Minn.--The play. "A Southern Cinderella," given by the Ladies' Aid of the M. church was well attended. Receipts were more than SM. R;idd Sponsors Program. FLOYD--The regular meeting of the P. T. A. will be held at the Floyd school Monday evening. The Rudd P. T. A. sponsors the pro gram. Will L7vc at Clear Lake. GREENE--Mr. and Mrs. J. Jones will move to Clear Lake soon. Mr Jones sold his pool hall and wil conduct a sandwich shop there. Student Comes Home. NORA SPRINGS--Edgar Gar man spent the week-end with hi parents. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Gar man. He is a student nt the state University at Iowa City and accom panied Hughes Bryant of Mason City on the trip home. Anniversary Is Celebrated. FLOYD--Sixty-five neighbors ant friends gave a surprise party in; Mr. and Mrs. George Barclay a their home west of Floyd. Tho occa sion was their fifteenth wedding an nivcrsary. Sells Photographer Business. GARNER--After 34 years of sue cess as photographer, Fred Fritacl sold his business to Robert Sinclai who took possession last week. Mr Fritsch is retiring because oJ ad vanced yea,ra. Gives Illustrated Lecture. GREENE--The Rev. F. C. Witzig man, Methodis.t district superintend cnt, from Cedar Falls, was a gues o{ the local Methodist Episcopa church at a picnic supper. He gav an illustrated address at the church Kettiru to Noru Piirinjrs. NORA SPRINGS--Mrs. Paul Art and infant daughter, Jo-Ann Glee returned home from Mercy hospit hall Saturday evening. Kntiirns to OSAGE---James Weavcrling whose wife died recently nt Ames, closed hif hnme there and returned to Osagc his former home. His daughter Mrs. Ada Tague, who with her two children has been with him at Ames, since her mother's death, returned to her home in Amherst Mass. Stoclc Is Shipped · LELAND--Three cars of stock were shinped to. Chicago and two trackings to Albert Lea by the Le land Shipping association Saturdaj evening. Daughter Is Born ROWAN--Announcements h a v e been received here of the birth, o a daughter, Beverley Ann, to Mr and Mrs. Carl Bartels of Dubuque Mrs, Bartels was formerly Miss Mildred Azeltine of Rowan. Will Elect Officers CLARKSVILLE--The Unity Ladies' Aid society will meet Thursday with Mrs. Logan Garner for the election of officers. Ill at Itockford ROCKFORD--Mrs. Burr Michell/ has been quito ill at her home here suffering with influenza. Is III nt Hospital FLOYD--Wilda Ballnrd Is seriously ill at the Cedar Valley hospital following an operation for appendicitis. Arc III nt Nashua NASHUA--Robcrt, son of Mr. and Mrs. Byron Brown, of Fioyd county, who was operated upon at Waverly hospital the first of the week, is quite ill, spinal meningitis having developed. Gerald. 18,- son of Mr. and Mrs. Bert Allison, is ill with pneumonia. Wilma, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Knight, Is III with pneumonia. William Stephens, who is bring treated at the hospital at New Hampton for Bright's din- ease following an attack of pneumonia, is improving. al at Mason City Saturday. "For two years I suffered with irregularities, frequent headaches and general weakness. I tried various medicines but all to no avail. I read about your highly praised medicine, Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, gave it a trial and obtained wonderful results from it. I am a stenographer and bookkeeper and I have recommended the Vegetable (Compound to other girls who work."--Sulla T. Culkosky, 2413 Delaware Street, Gary, Indiana. WRECK CAUSES MAN'S ARREST 'wo Parked Autos Damaged at Riceville When Hit by Other Car. RICEVILLE, March 16.--Two mrked cars were damaged early Saturday evening when they were truck by a third car. The car that Id the damage, driven by a man aid to be Barney Reich of Elma, vent about a mile west of Rice- ,/ille where it crashed into the ditch. The driver was brot back to town and put in the town jail over night, Sheriff Hngerford coming over from Dsage after him Sunday morning. ?he car came from the east and truck the cars of a highway engineer and Art Arndt, farmer, while they were standing at the curb. MRSTGIBBONS, ARMSTRONG, DIES llness of 2 Weeks Causes Death of Woman; 3 Children Left. ARMSTRONG, March 16.--Mrs. ''rank Gibbons died Saturday morn- ng at her home here after an illness of two weeks with intestinal flu. Mrs. Gibbons was ,a resident of Armstrong for the last 25 years and lived on a farm five miles east of Armstrong for several years be"ore that. She leaves besides her iusband, three children, Mrs. Hal- tic Knowles of Morris, Minn., Ed ward Gibbons of Sherburn, Minn, and' Forest Gibbons of Armstrong. CRESCO, BURIED Resident of Howard County for 47 Years Leaves Three Children. CRESCO, March 16.'--Carl Tuerk 34, retired farmer, who died at hi liome Thursday afternoon was buried yesterday afternoon. He was* born in Germany Nov. 30, 184.U and lived in Howard county 4" years. He is survived by his widow three grown children and a numbe of grandchildren. The funeral wa held at the .Immanuel .Lnthera church, the pastor, the Rev. F. En gelhart, officiating, with intermen at New Oregon cemetery. A COLD As soon as you realize you've taken cold -- take some tablets of Bayer Aspirin. Almost before your head can stuff-up, you feel your cold is conquered. Those aches and pains you felt coming on will soon subside. Relief is almost instantaneous! Even if your cold has gained headway, and your temples throb and your very bones ache, these tablets will bring prompt relief. It is" better, of course, to take Bayer Aspirin at the very first sneeze or cough -- it will head-off the cold and spare you much discomfort. Get the genuine, with proven directions for colds and headaches; neuralgia, neuritis, sore throat, and many important uses. 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