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April 18, 1934

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 8

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SIGHT MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE APRIL 18 1934 250 AT DISTRICT RALLY OF YOUNG DEMOCRATS AT CRESCO CONTINUANCE OF RECOVERY URGED O'Connor, Mrs. Miller anc Feuling Give Addresses at Banquet. CRESCO, April 18.--Two hundred and fifty persons attended the ban quet last night which concluded a fourth district rally of the Young Democrats. All counties in the dis trict but Clayton, which was bu recently organized, were repre sented. Attorney General Ed O'Connor gave an address, pointing out the accomplishments of the past stati and national administrations, em' phasizing that continued democratit support is essential to carry on the program for recovery, which is now yielding results. E. J. Feuling, New Hampton, state central committee chairman, spoke on organization work. A short talk on the young democrats was given by Mrs. Alex Miller secretary of state, with special emphasis on the importance of binding the young democrats into solic groups to carry on the ideas of tie party. Shutt Is Toastmaster. Many were turned away from the banquet, which was held in McCarty hall, because of lack of room. District Chairman P. L. Shutt, Independence, was toastmaster. One hundred fifty registered at the rally. In the afternoon Chairman Shutt called the meeting to order and introduced G. E. Lyons of Cresco who gave the address of welcome. "This is a meeting of. victory,'' said Mr. Lyons, "the old war-horses of the democratic party have passed on and laid down their arms for young democrats to pick up and carry on." Chairman Shutt stated the object of the meeting and briefly reviewed the accomplishments of the democratic, party during the present administration. He introduced Mrs. Gladys M. Boler of Delaware county who gave a short talk on the young democrats' movement. Committee Is Selected. During the business session two or three motions were made to elections, which the chairman declared out of order because of new state rulings. The chair appointed the following as a committee on resolutions: Morgan McAneny of Mason City; B. F. Dunn of Charles City; F. W. Ellis 'of Manchester; Mrs. Mabel Youngblood of Oran, Fayette county; Mrs. Vera Murphey o£ Manly and Miss Estella Strain of Jesup. -.-.-Secretary .· of- State Mrs. Alex Miller of. Des Moines was honor guest at a tea given at the home of Mrs. W. F. Milz, 743 Elm street from 4:30 to 6, which was well attended. Mrs. Dean, Resident of Rudd All Her Life, Dies at Charles City RUDD, April 18.--Mrs. · Kathryn Dean, 60, died Tuesday evening a the Cedar Valley hospital where she was taken last Thursday afternoon She was in bed eight weeks and il muc.h longer than that with complications. Born six miles east of Rudd she lived in Rudd and vicinity practically all her life. She lived for years in her father's home, caring for her mother until bar death and since that keeping the home for her 93 year old father, Rudd's only living Civil war veteran. The body was taken to the Martin and Sheckler funeral home in Nora Springs but no definite fu neral arrangements have been made. Besides her father, she leaves a daughter, Mrs Warren Mathers, six grandchildren, two sisters. Mrs. Verne Robeson and Mrs. Ida Earnist, and two brothers, Otho J. and Fred E., all of Rudd. IOWA MAY HEAR JOHNSON TALK VRA Administrator Requests Winneshiek Chairman to Arrange Meeting. DECORAH, April 18.--The Winneshiek county chairman of the National Recovery administration, the Rev. O. Sandbach, received a personal letter from Gen. Hugh Johnson, administration of the National Recovery program at Washington, asking him to make plans in the near future for a meeting or the varied county leaders of the NRA n northeastern Iowa, to be held in Jecorah. In reply to this letter, Mr. Sand- jach has written General Johnson asking him to come to Decorah and add.\ss the meeting, or send some utstanding speaker v who will meet he leaders of the NRA in this sec:ion, and also address the local Chamber of Commerce. The date of the meeting, and also the name of the speaker, will be announced as oon as word is received by Mr. iandbach. Iowa's Medical Grads Scatter. IOWA CITY, 'April 18.--The 71 members of the University of Iowa's June graduating class in medicine will scater to hospitals in 16 states and Canada, the list of appointments to junior interneships released by the college of medicine shows. lites for Mrs. Lukesh Are Held in Protivin PROTIVIN, April 18.--Funeral enrices were held for Mrs. Anna esh, 77, in the Holy Trinity church in Protivin. The mass was read by the Rev. Father Hradecky. fe. Lukesh was buried in the ad- oining cemetery beside her hus- iand. Mrs. Lukesh died in the Iowa Jity hospital Friday morning. She was born in Bohemia Feb. 19, 857. She is survived by four chil- ren. Will Build Station. EMMONS, Minn., April 18.--The I'reeborn county Co-Operative Oil :ompany broke ground for an oil itation in the west end of town. H E R E A N D T H E R E , » » » * « » » · » * * * ' * « * * » Miscellaneous Items From 125 Globe-Gazette Correspondents in North Iowa and Minnesota planned Thursday Night. JOICE--An educational motion picture of Norway will be given at the Bethelehem Lutheran church Thursday evening at 8 p. m. Missionary Will Speak. HANLONTOWN--Ladies Aid will be entertained Thursday in the church parlors. A missionary will be the speaker. Will Continue Training. LONEROCK--Berneyce Roderick left for Des Moines to continue her nurse's training at the Iowa Methodist hospital. Home From California: LAKE MILLS--Victor Nelson arrived Tuesday from Santa Ana, Cal.. where he spent the winter with his brother, Iver. He is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Norve Nelson. Move to lake Mills. JOICE--Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Grim closed their grocery store at Joice and are moving their stock to Lake Mills where they will start up in business. Visits in Minneapolis. HANLONTOWN -- Mrs. C. H. Dietrich left Tuesday morning for Minneapolis, Minn., to visit her son and family. Her son has been quite 11 for a time. Mrs Smith Hostess. FREDERICKSBURG--The local unit of the American Legion auxil- ary held their April meeting with Mrs. Milo P. Smith Tuesday afternoon. Arrives From Chicago. LAKE MILLS--Miss Alice Peteron, daughter of Mrs. Lewis Peterson arrived Saturday from Chicago 'Or a three weeks' visit here. Miss .Peterson will graduate from the Deaconess Lutheran hospital in Chi:ago May 29. Return From Minneapolis. THOMPSON -- Oscar Peterson, Franklin Fletcher and Miss Margaret Isaacs motored to Minneap- ilis Sunday to -visit friends. Mrs. fletcher and daughter, who had ieen visiting relatives there for sev- ral days returned home with them ilonday evening. Birthday Is Celebrated. POPEJOY--A large number of elatives and friends gathered at the O. H. Lekwa home on Sunday to elp Mrs. Lekwa celebrate her birth- ay. Are Parents of Son. SWALEDALE--Mr. and Mrs. Carrol "Enabnit are parents of a boy lorn Sunday. They have three little girls in the family. Are Parents of Son. WESLEY--Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Tjaden are the parents of a baby 3oy. They also have a daughter. Visit in Minnesota. ALEXANDER--Mr. and Mrs. W. . Dunn and son, Richard and daughter, Helen Mae, left for Geneva, Minn., to visit at the home of his brother. Celebrate 40th Anniversary. LELAND--Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Hugelin's fortieth wedding anniversary was celebrated Sunday at their home two miles north of Leland. ^vicwe /wMe twww wcm ami own 0 at tnu /wwce A P FOOD STORES REALLY FRESH COFFEE IS GROUND BEFORE TOUR EYES MUD AND MELLOW .A ib. RICH AND FULL-BODIED ^C V "· VIGOROUS AND WINEY SEJ.ECTED FROM THE FINEST COFFEES GROWN . . . BLENDED THREE WAYS TO SUIT EVERY TASTE Guests From Williams. SWALEDALE--Mr. and Mrs. Earl John, Max and Dorothy of Williams spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. R. Taylor and family. Robert Dyer Is 111. LEDYARD--Robert Dyer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Dyer, is ill with pneumonia at his home and under the care of a trained nurse. Guests From Dubuque. HANSELL--Mrs. I. A. Clapper and daughter, Opal of Dubuque, were visitors at the home of her father, George Patterson. 69th Birthday Celebrated. STILSON--There was a birthday dinner Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Slagle in honor of Mr. Slagle, 69. Relatives were present from Ormsby, Minn., Waterloo, Iowa Falls and Stilson. Plans Another Party. EMMONS, Minn.--The Emmons boseball team cleared more than S25 at a party and expects to repeat their party on April 25. Visitors From California. CHAPIN--Mr. and Mrs. Louis LaCroix of Log Angeles, Cal., are here for an extended stay at the home of Mrs. LaCroix' mother, Mrs. W. H. Randolph. Guests From California. CLARKSVTLLE--Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Oliphant and daughter. Joan, who have lived in San Francisco, Cal., the past two years, came Monday to visit her parents. Dr. and Mrs. C. C. Smith with whom Mrs. Oliphant will remain three weeks. Guests From Prairie City. GREENE--Guests of the E. Bruce family this week were A. T. Colyn and three daughters and Miss Bert engos of Prairie City, and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Bruce of Postville. Returns From East. ROCKFORD--George Dawson returned Monday following a four and a half months visit in the homes of bis sons, Charles and Claude in Washington, and one month of this time was scent in the home of his arother, John Dawson in Philadelphia. Visit In Des Moines. HANSELL--H. O. Webb and daughter. Winifred, were Des Vloines visitors Saturday. SStti Anniversary Observed. SEXTON--Mr. and Mrs. George ,,. Olsen celebrated their thirty- eighth wedding anniversary Sunday with a family dinner. Many visitors attended. Daughter Is Born. PLYMOUTH--Mr. .and Mrs.'Carl O'Gard are the parents of a girl born Friday. Son Is Born. BRISTOW--Mr. and Mrs. Herman Rodenbsck are parents of a son. Return From Florida. BURT--Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Buell returned after spending the winter months at St. Petersburg. Fla. Visiting in Des Moines. WHITTEMORE--Mrs. C. L. Cay- anaugh is visiting a few days in Des Moines with Mr. and Mrs. Gene Cavanaugh. Guests From Rochester. CHAPIN--Mr. and Mrs. S. T. Le- Vitt and son and Mr. and Mrs. Marion LeVitt of Rochester, Minn., visited Saturday and Sunday with the LeVitt and Bender families here. Guests for a Week. CORWITH--Guests for a week at the C. C. Johnson .home are his mother, Mrs. Claudine Johnson of Rolfe, and his aunt, Mrs. Mary Williams of Gilmore City. Return to Home. BUFFALO CENTER -- Mr. and Mrs. Aielt Kruell of Ackley, Iowa, who attended the Harm Onnen funeral and visited in the home of Everett Kruell and family, left Monday for their home. Return to Ohio. ' SHEFFIELD--Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Reams returned to their home in North Louisberg, Ohio, Wednesday after making an extended visit here with their daughter, Mrs. P. L. Johnson. Play Is Heard. RICEVILLE--The Royal Home Workers' club entertained the husbands of the members Monday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dr. Penning. A dinner was served and the evening was spent in playing cards and in the production of a one act play by some of the club members. Visitor From Taylor. GARNER--Mrs. George Hanson is here from Taylor, Mo., for a few days' visit with friends and relatives. Is District Chaplain. ST. ANSGAR--Supt. H. F. Eisse returned home Saturday evening from Fort Snelling where he had attended a civilian officers' meeting. He is now district chaplain of the Eighty-eighth division. Guests From Deerfield. FLOYD--Mr. and Mrs. Amos Mericle and son of Deerfield, 111., are guests of the former's sister, Mrs. Susan Jacobson. Recovering After Operation. LUVERNE--Miss Amber Rogers, student nurse at Fort Dodge, underwent an operation Saturday morning and is recovering. Visits in Easton. BURT--Mr. and Mrs. Frank Nellis and two children of Easton, Minn., visited at the John Murray home Sunday. Mr. Murray returned with them for a two weeks' visit. Hostess to Club. NORTHWOOD--Mrs. A. F. Marshall and Mrs. Martie Moore were hostesses to the members of the Past Matrons' club of the local Eastern Star Monday afternoon at the Marshall home. A 5 o'clock iun- cheon was served. Home From Iowa City. SWALEDALE.--Bob Hodson returned from Iowa City where he has been taking treatments for the last two months. Arc Parents of Son. BRISTOW--Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Truex are parents of a son born Monday. The boy is named Clifford Cecil. Has Major Operation. HANSELL -- Will Hannah is at the Lutheran hospital at Hampton where he had a major operation Saturday. Mrs. Huff Is 111. SEXTON--Mrs. John Huff, Jr., has been bedfast with heart trouble the past week. Her mother, Mrs. Andy Baker, Mason City, has been caring for her. Visitors From California, CLARKSVILLB -- Mrs. W. M. Simmons and son, Billy of Los Angeles, Cal., arrived to visit her relatives, the H. W. Stine family until June, when Mr. Simmons will come for her. Returns From Visit. ROCKFORD--Mrs. Ermina Walker has returned to her home here following a four and one-half months' visit with relatives in Minneapolis and Pomona, Cal. While in California, she was seriously ill but has recovered. 2 FINED $200 ON LIQUOR CHARGES Thompson Men Enter Pleas; Trial Jury Dismissed at Forest City. FOREST CITY, April 18.--Anton Erickson of Thompson pleaded guilty to illegal sale of intoxicating liquor and Elman Erickson, also of Thompson, pleaded guilty to maintaining a liquor nuisance when they were arraigned in district court Tuesday. Both were fined ?200 and costs and sentenced to 60 days in jail. The jail sentences will be suspended on payment of fines. They were arrested at Thompson by Sheriff Johnston. The trial jury wa dismissed for this term of court, having been called because of the two liquor suits. Mrs. Pardun, 80, Dies at Clarion; Funeral to Be Held Thursday CLARION, April 18.--Mrs. Esther Pardun, SO, died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Nettie Frakes, here Monday night. Funeral services will be held at 2:30 o'clock Thursday, conducted by the Rev. H. O. Spelman, Congregational pastor. She leaves four children, Mrs. Frakes and Walter of Clarion, Wil- GUARDING JNSULL Burton Y. Berry (above) American embassy official at Istanbul, is In charge of Samuel Insult's safe return to the United States on the S. S. Exilona. liam of Nebraska and Earl of Worthington, Mino:, and one sister, Mrs. Sam Wilkinson of southern Iowa. AGED RESIDENT OF CRESCO DIES Rites to Be Held Thursday at Home for Malon H. Culbert, 97. CRESCO, April 18--Malon H. Culbert, one of Howard county's oldest citizens, died at his home in Cresco Tuesday morning at the age of 97 years, after several months of illness. Born Jan. 29, 1837, in the ; province of Ontario, Canada, he i came to Iowa in 1855, stopping first at "Snake Rag," an Indian village, later known as Kendallville, on the Oneota or Upper Iowa river, in Winneshiek county. Mr. Culbert returned to Canada In 1865 where he was married, to Miss Katherine Lindsay June 16 of that year. They immediately set out for Winneshiek county, where they established their home on a farm in Orleans township. After several years of farm life they retired and moved to Cresco. Mr. Culbert is survived by hia widow, nearly 88, one daughter, Mrs. Mildred Reynolds, two sons, S. M. and Malon, Jr., and several grandchildren, all of Cresco and vicinity. Funeral service will be held Thursday afternoon at the home, the pastor, the Rev. W. H. Mitchell, and a former pastor, the Rev. 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