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April 15, 1936

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 3

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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, APRIL 15 ·§ 1936 THREE NORTH IOWA TROUT FISHERS OPEN SEASON IN 14 STREAMS OPEN WATERS ARE ANNOUNCED Allamakee, Howard, Mitchell and Winneshiek Counties Are Included. North Iowa trout fishermen opened their season Wednesday, v.ith 14 streams listed as legal ground for the taking of their favorite fish, all located in four northeast Iowa counties. Designated streams, which remain closed to all fishing from Sept. 1 to April 15, are listed as follows by the state conservation commission: Waterloo creek in Allamakee county, entire length to junction with Bear creek. French creek, Allamakee, entire length. Wexford creek. A l l a m a k e e , through sections 25 and 30. Hickory creek, Allamakee, entire length. Clear creek, Allamakee, entire length and all branches. Village creek, Allamakee, head- PRODUCTS NO RUBBING WAX Improved No - Rub- bine Floor Wai again makes waxing easier --j ust pour on floor-dries by itself to a high shine. $|49 Half Gallon UPHOLSTERY CLEANER Just sponge away dirt from furniture and automobile upholstery Marksfrom wet glasses, hot dishes, creasy lingers, card playing --wipe risht oS furniture protected with Old English Furniture Polish. C 12 01. Bottle RUG CLEANER SET The action of the Rug Clearer brings dirt to the surface--is carried-away by the special lorjf- handled brush. PASTE or LIQUID WAX Old English Wai is easier to apply and polish, and lasts longer. Protects against all wear. This wax deans as it polishes. SAMOLINE This household Cleaner is harmless to everything but dirt-for woodwork, floors. porcelain, painted ·walls, silverware. L\irriE Van NESS f/7 waters including branches to town of Village creek. Bigalk creek, Howard, entire ength. Spring creek, Mitchell, entire length. Bear creek, Winneshiek, headwaters to Quandahl on west branch and including north branch from Cork to old woolen mills. Coldwater creek, Winneshiek, entire length. Trout Run creek, Winneshiek, entire length. Twin Springs creek, Winneshiek, entire length. Trout river or South creek, Winneshiek, sections 20 and 29. Rites for Tuttle to Be Held Thursday in Nora Springs Church NORA SPRINGS--Funcraj services for'Phineas C. Tuttle. 84, retired, who died in a hospital at Charles City eight days after a hip fracture, will be held at the M. E. church here Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock. The Rev. George D. Gaide win officiate and burial at Park cemetery will be in charge of the Masonic lodge. Surviving are three daughters, Mrs. Floyd Potter of Nora Springs and Mrs. Anna Lambkin of Charles City, with whom he had lived, and Mrs. Florence Bauman of Plymouth. RINGING OF CURFEW AT WESLEY STARTED WESLEY--Ringing of the c-urfew nightly at 9 o'clock started Monday night. Strict enforcement is contemplated, it was indicated by the mayor and council. :-: HERE AND THERE :-: Miscellaneous Items From 125 Globe-Gazette' Correspondents in North Iowa and Minnesota Itclurn to Anics. KANAWHA--C. M. Nagle and Farmer Must Receive Profit, Says Manning in Talk at Sioux City SIOUX CITY--Mayor Edward Manning of Ottumwa, candidate for the republican nomination for United States senator, in a speech here Wednesday noon declared the farm problem solution should start from the basic principle that the farmer is entitled to a profit. "I do not believe the solution of the agricultural question would be quite so complicated if we were to approach the problem from the standpoint that the farmer must conduct his business at a. profit," said Mayor Manning. The farmers of America not only produce the food for the industrial workers of America, but they provide the greatest market to keep the industrial workers employed." "The farm depression began away back in 1921 and the later industrial depression is largely due to the fact that industry lost its best market when the farmer was forced out of the market because he did not have money with which to buy the products of industry." Carver Again Head of Iowa Dairymen DES MOINES, (,«--Can W. Carver of Marion was re-elected president of the Iowa Independent Dairymen's association an.:i Harry Wessel of Davenport re-elected vice president. The association went en record as opposing transfer of milk inspection from the state department of agriculture to the health department. Mrs. Walter Buckholtz returned Saturday to Ames after spending several days in Kanawha, where Mrs. Buckholtz visited with her husband, who is manager of the North Iowa Agricultural Experiment station, and Mr. Nagle. who is also connected with the station was here on business. Births Are Kepurted. STACYVH.LE--Bom to Mr. and Mrs. Art Theobald of Sheboygan, Wis., daughter, April 9; Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Demar of Minneapolis, Minn., daughter, March 29; Mr and Mrs. Carl Conrad, daughter, April 9; Mr. and Mrs. Frank Burke, daughter, April 11. Milwaukee Visitor Honored. STACYVIDLE--Mr. and Mrs. Ren Anderson of Osage entertained in honor of Mrs. Laura Anderson of Milwaukee, Sunday. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Fred Gerhart and sons, Mr. and Mrs. George Gerhart, Adam and Maggie Gerhart. Mrs. Anderson will open her town house here this week. Visitors From Webster City. HANSELL--Miss Ethylcen Valen and Miss Bernice Behn, both of Webster Ctiy, are visiting for a few days at the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. I. Oswood. Initiated by Sorority. NORA SPRINGS--Miss Betty Hamm of Nora Springs was one of 24 students at the American Institute of Business in Des Moines to have conferred upon her the first degree of initiation by the. Alpha Chapter of the Alpha Iota, national honorary business sorority. Is in Serious Condition. LAKE MILL'S--Art Henderson, who lives east of town, is in a serious condition at the Kingland hospital whore he was brought Monday nig'ht. An emergency operation fot ruptured appendix was performed Attend Aunt's Funeral. RAKE--Mr. and Mrs. p. J. Oak- and spent Sunday and Monday a Randall where they attended the fu- leral of Mrs. Oakland's aunt, Mrs John Tiegland. Leave for California,. DUMONT--Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Wagner left by auto Monday fo Alhambra, Cal., where Mr. Wagne has employment in an ice cream factory operated by Mrs. Wagner's uncle, a Mr. Anderson. Visit at Jefferson. THORNTON--Dr. and Mrs. A. L Dittmer and son, Gordon, spent Eas ter at the home of Mrs. Dittmer' parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Slid well, in Jefferson. Give Whist Party. GLENVILLE, Minn. -- Mr. and Mrs. Ross Beighley entertainei their friends at a whist party a their home Friday evening. Honor., went to Mrs. Sophus Johnson am Robert Leighty and consolation prizes were won by Mrs. Rober Leighty and Earl Hunt. Visit at Oalulalc. MITCHELL--J. W. Mason drovi to Oakdale Saturday to spend Eas ter Sunday with his wife who is patient in the sanitarium there asc is reported improving. He returned home Sunday night. Home on Furlough, MITCHELL -- Alfred Schmidt, who left here about three months ago for the navy at San Diego, Cal., is spending a 17 day furlough at the Fred Schmidt home east of town. Jafnes Elected President of Algona Rotary Club ALGONA -- The regular noon meeting of the Algona Rotary club was held Monday noon with the annual election of officers. K. D. James was elected president and W. C. Dewel, vice president. Eugene Murtagh was elected secretary and E. J. Gilmore, treasurer. Joe Kelly and Dr. J. N. Kenefick were directors. Dennis Pratt had charge of the program and compared electric rates with Algona and other towns. No need now to postpone badly needed painting for lack of ready cash at the moment .- ; . or because you hesitate to disturb your savings. Use Pittsburgh's Time- Payment Plan , : : "Paint Today, Months to Pay." No down payment, as long as 18 months to pay out of income, first payment 30 days after work is finished and accepted by you. Covers both paint and labor. See us today for the welcome details. HUGH DAYEY SOS* T'hoiie 871 15 Second St. S. W Automobile HIH! Window Glass . , . I'late Dresser Tops Visitors From St. Paul. VENTURA--Mrs. Vina Vlrchow nd August Milstead of SI. Paul pent the week-end with Mrs. Vir- how's sister,- Mrs. John Dunlap. Visitor From ElUporl. MITCHELL--Miss Gladys Skus- er. teacher of home economics in the criool at Elkport, spent the wcek- nd at the home of her parents, Mr. ,nd Mrs. Rasmus Skuster and fam- Leave for Nevada. JOICE--As soon as Mrs. E. H. Ostrem returned from visiting her mother. Mrs. Underdahl, who was at Frost. Minn., Dr. and Mrs. Ostrem and family left for Nevada o visit Dr. Ostrem's mother, Mrs. Anna Ostrera, wtio has been seriofe- y ill. They returned Sunday evening. Visit in Des Moines. RAKE--Albert Midthune and Lesie Lunning left Sunday to visit at :he Oscar Midthune home in Des Moines.' Returns From Texas. BTJRT--Mrs. R. J. Hammerstrom .eturned Sunday from Mission, Texas, where she had been helping care for her mother, who is ill. Visit in Rapid City. CORWITH--Mrs. Jennie Sawyer and Miss Portia Johnson left Monday morning for Rapid City. S. Dak., where they will spend a week at the icme of their sister, Mrs. R. L.. Coultherd. Girl Cagers Honored. HANSELL--A reception for the girls' basketball team was held Monday, night. Tuesday evening the Ladies' aid society gave a cafeteria style dinner to raise funds for the church. Both events were held at the schoolhouse. Clarksville Bride Honored. ALLISON---A postnuptial shower honoring Mrs. Garland Fishel ot Clarksville, formerly Miss Pearl Roelf of Allison, was given by Mrs, Henry Roelf and daughter, Hazel at the Roelf home Monday evening Visitors Arc Entertained. RUDD--Rudd guests at Easter included Mrs. T. J. Burlingham o Cedar Rapids at the Wesley Krause home, Fred Tunks and family of Waucoma with Mr. and Mrs. C. A. J. Peterson, William Gauger of Iowa City at the Warren Trcvert and Ed Bartz homes, the Warren Mathers family from Waseca, Minn., at the W. H. Kennedy, Melvin Burzette and Oliver Rotieson homes. Mrs. Carr Hostess. POPEJOY--Mrs. J. W. Carr was hostess to the Friendly club at her home. The women spent a social afternoon with a program in charge of Mrs. Amos Gardalen. Mrs. J. W. Fisher, president, had charge of the business session. The next meeting will be held at the home of Mr. Mel- Alverson. Keturn After Visits. GOODELL--Miss Olive Butts returned to her schoolwork at Lanesboro, Minn., Miss Doris Schneider to Moravia and Miss Edna Rust to Floyd. The two former girls were home for the Easter vacation and Miss Rust was called home by the illness and death of her father, John Were in Dus Moines. WODEN--Mr. and Mrs. Sam ,mith and daughter. Leota, were in Des Moines Tuesday. Home From Hospital. ROCK FALLS--Mrs. Marvin Peterson and son, Richard Allen, re- urned home from the Park hospital. Births Are Reported. LONEROCK--Word has been received of the birth of a girl to Mr. and Mrs. William Hobson in San Diego, Cal. They recently moved ihere. Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Marlow are the parents at a girl born Monday. G. R. Hill of Clarion Is State Senate Candidate Third to Enter Race From Wright, Hardin and Hamilton. Visitors From Chicago. NORA SPRINGS--Mrs. Neva .Hurlburt and three children, Donald, Joice and Victor of Chicago spent the Easter seson with Mrs. Hurlburt's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Victor Hemphill and with her sister, Mrs. Harry Benedict and family- Return From Cedar Falls. PROTIVIN--Mrs. Clara Mikesh, son Jimmy, Mrs. Mary Mikesh motored to Cedar Falls and were accompanied back by Tillie Mikesh. Visit With Parents. ROCK FALLS--The Misses Mary Jane and Jessie Bliem spent Easter Sunday at the home of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Bliem. Mary Jane is employed at the Iowa State college at Ames and Jessie is a sophomore at the University of Iowa at Iowa City. Return to Iowa City. MITCHELL--The Misses Cordelia and Marie Ahrens of Iowa City, the former a teacher in the schools there, the latter a nurse at the University hospital, who have been visiting at the parental William Ahrens home, returned Sunday night to their duties at Iowa City. Visitors From Elgin. NORA SPRINGS--The Rev. and Mrs. J. M. Krafft entertained their sen and daughter-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. John Krafft of Elgin. 111., for a couple of days during the Easter vacation. Mr. Krafft is a member of the high school faculty at Elgin. Visitor From Chicago. PROTIVIN--Frank Bouska. Sr., of Chicago is visiting his children and other relatives here. Visitors From Rochester. CALMAR--Miss Alice Sanders. Miss Josie Darrah and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Darrot and family of Rochester, Minn., spent Easter at the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Sanders. Honored at Dinner. STACYVILLE--Mr. and Mrs. Allan Bcmis of Austin, Minn., entertained at dinner Sunday for immediate relatives. Her brother. Paul Kinney. w ·as honor guest. His wife and children have been staying with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. N. J. Halbach. while he has been in Oklahoma as a postal inspector Rust. Returns to North Dakota. ST. ANSGAR--Mrs. Clara Eidahl, who has been spending the winter here with relatives, returned to her home at Marion, N. Dak. Friday. Returns From Hospital. FLOYD--H. J. Thompson, local insurance man, went to New Hampton Tuesday to bring- home bis mother, Mrs. Amelia Thompson, from the hospital there, where she has been the last three weeks recovering from a goitre operation. Return From California. NORA SPRINGS--Mrs. John Bumgardner returned to her home here Saturday after spending the winter with her daughter. Mrs. James Tuttle at Long Beach, Cal., and with friends at other points in California. Go to Davenport. PROTIVIN -- Mrs. Katherine Kovarika and Paul Landa went to Davenport Sunday. Win Pri7.es in Cards. ORCHARD--Twenty men and women motored to Osage Saturday evening and had dinner and then came to the Herbert Graeber home and played 500. Mrs. Ronald Harlis and John Evans won high score prizes. Will Arrive Wednesday. HANLONTOWN -- Cashier and Mrs. E. E. Ronglin of Hankinson, N. Dak., will arrive here Wednesday and Mr. Ronglin will take over his duties as cashier of the Citizen's Saving bank to succeed M. T. Rye. resigned. Leaves for St. Paul. HANLONTOWN -- Harold Rye left Monday for St. Paul to resume his studies at the theological .seminary. Miss Haxcl Knutsen left for her school work at Ruthton, Minn., following a 10 day vacation. - Bisliop Walsh Dis. NEW YORK. I-Pi--Bishop James A. Walsh, superior general of the Roman Catholic Foreign Mission society, died today. Visit at St. Paul. LELAND--Mr. and Mrs. Henry Beckjorden and daughter, Helen, spent the week-end with friends and relatives at St. Paul. Return From California. C O U L T E R--Homer Pickerell. Stanley Larson and Alfred Nelson arrived home after having spent five months in Los Angeles, Cal, and other points. Visitor From Utah. OSAGE--Galen Stoughton of Salt Lake City. Utah, is visiting heie and looking after business interests. His wife accompanied him as far as Eldora where she is visit ing her par- en la. Visitor From Austin. GALT--Mr.' and Mrs. Oliver CaMawalder and son. Victor, of Austin, Minn., visited Sunday with. Mrs. Lucy Poncin and family. Visitor From Kansas. ARMSTRONG -- Clyde Irwin of Highland, Kans., spent Easter with his parents, the Rev. and Mrs. R R. Irwin. Visitor From Winona. LELAND -- Miss Helen Buren, student at St. Theresa college of Winona, spent Easter vacation the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Buren. Former Resident Recovering. SWALEDALE -- Mr. and Mrs Ralph Taylor and children we Sunday visitors with relatives DCS Moines. Mrs. Wesley Hunt ac ccmpanied them to visit her mother Mrs. John Shaffer, a former resi dent of Swaledale who is in a pital recovering from an eye opera tion. She is 80 years old. Return to Maryland. GREENE--Miss Anne Bailey of Garthersburg. Md., who has been visiting relatives hare and at Marble Rock the past eight monihs, returned to her home Monday. Birthday Is Celebrated. DOWS -- M. S. Gunflcrson cn.le- bratccl his birthday Sunday, daughter, Miss Margrfttta Gundcr- son. entertained a few friends in his honor Sunday evening. Home for Vacations. LUVERNE -- Those who Easter vacation at home hero Irani Jennings, Jr., Buena Vista college, Storm Lake: Phyllis Irene Liclity, Chillicothe business college; Esther Fritzemeier, Lena, 111.; Marie Fritzemeier, Wausau, Wis.; Wayne and Vernon Lang, Le Mars; Midkiff, Toledo; Carl Lang, Westside; Dolores Woito, Onawa. Visits in Britt. SWALEDALE -- Miss Reva McNabb spent Sunday with her parents in Britt. Her mother accom- penied her back for a visit. Miss McNabb is home economics teacher. Visitors From Des Moines. GREENE--Miss Edith and Miss Mattie Lockwood of Des Moines are guests of the Ralph and Ray Doorc and the George Pringle families here. Miss Edith Lockwood teacher in the publie schools at Des Moines. Both women are former residents of Greene. Return From St. Paul. BRISTOW--Mrs. C. H. Hass returned home Sunday from St. Paul where she has been for two weeks, assisting in caring for her daughter- in-law, Mrs. John K. Hass, and :w grandson. Return to Minneapolis. LUVERNE--S. E. Smith and son, James, of Minneapolis spent Easter Sunday at the H. C. Allen home- and Mrs. Smith and little daughter, Mary Arm, who have been guests at the Allen home the past week, returned to Minneapolis with them Sunday afternoon. Will Move to Indiana. CRYSTAL LAKE -- Mrs. Onie Curtis and daughter, Nancy Ann, are here to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chris Boddum. Mr. Mrs. Curtis will move soon near the Indiana state line. Guests From Des Moines. KANAWHA -- Harold Walters. Joe Peterson and Miss Betty Gore of DCS Moines spent Sunday at the home of Mr. Walters' mother, Mrs. J. U. Johnson. Buried at Clinton. GOODELL--O. F. Conwell accompanied the body of his aunt. Miss Mary Conwell, 80, of Grand Junction, to Clinton Monday where burial took place. Visitor From Stanhope. PLYMOUTH -- The Rev. C. F. Schmidt of Stanhope visited at the A. Chesebro home Monday. Has Scarlet Fever. LONEROCK -- T h e Lawrence Newbrough home is quarantined for scarlet fever. Their small son. Frederick has the disease. Home From College. HAYFIELD--John Golbuff, a student at Augustana college, Sioux Falls. S. Dak.. Neil Taylor, a student at A. I. B. college. Des Moines. and Maynard Taylor of Waldorf college. Forest City, spent Easter vacation with their families here. Leave After Vacations. LAKOTA--Maynard Ukena, William Ley and Robert Hamilton, turned to Iowa City, and Wilbur Hassebrock, Norman Frerking and Virgil Smith returned to Dubuque on Monday, after spending their Easter vacation at their respective homes. Visitors From Creston. ST. ANSGAR--Mr. and Mrs. P. C. Daln and George Boldner of Creston. came Sunday afternoon and visited until Tuesday morning at the parental John Boldner home. Guests From DCS Moines. CHAP1N--Mr. and Mrs. George Hemm of Des Moines spent Sunday here with his sister, Mrs. Joe Boots. Visit at Cherokee. GRAFTON--Mr. and Mrs. Earl Miller and Mrs. H. Miller visited Mrs. Miller's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Johnson of Cherokee over Easter. CLARION--Ally. G. R. Hill of Clarion is the third to enter the race lor the republican nomination for slate senator for the district of Wright, Hardin and Hamilton counties. His opponents are William Schrnedika and E. O. Ellsworth, both of Iowa Falls. Mr. Hill was born on an Iowa farm 7 years ago and went back to the farm after completing his law jourse at Drake university in order to finance his first years of law practice. He practiced law two years in Belmoml and for the past 'tS years has engaged in the law business in Clarion. A World war veteran, Mr. Hill is a Legionnaire, a Rotarian and Odd Fellow. G. K. HILL RECOVER FROM PORK POISONING Dozen at Algona 111 After Eating Sausage; Are Given Treatment. ALGONA--Or the dozen persons slrii'ltcn w i t h trichinosis, a form of pork poisoning; this week nt Algona, all arc on the road to recovery. Among those who are ill are Mr. and Mrs). William Dan. Helen Sterling, Ben Engclbrctson, 11 r. and Mrs. Albert Krcssin and Morris Ethcring- toii, all from Algona, Mr. :ind Mrs. Theodore Funk nnd children and Peter Pompc of near Whittemore. Mr. Dan was given some smoked summer sausage and passed it around to employes at his garage. All the persons are under a doctor's care, but will recover. Visitor From Waterloo. GALT--Frank Haley of Waterloo spent the werrk-end with Us parents. Mr. and Mrs. John Haley. STUDYING the effect on digestion of smoking Camels Hurry and worryslowup the flow of digestive fluids. SmokingCamcls restores and increases this necessary flow. Try Camels yourself. ANNUAL SPRING Thursday, Friday, Saturday, April 16-17-18 Lovely Vases From inq in your old vases, jars, milk bottles, etc. Our Enterprise factory rep- icntative will transform them into BEAUTIFUL VASES--Free of Charge! Enterprise WALL GLOSS Enamel finish for walls and woodwork. Enterprise Fast Color Outside GIFT VALUE HOUSE PAINT Nome Address With Coupon SI.15 Value With Coupon $3.25 Value ENTERPRISE FLOOR PAINT Quirk Drying--A ! Value with Coupon ENTERPRISE BLACK SCREEN ENAMEL ENTERPRISE FLAT WALL PAINT All colors-- u $2.50 Value with Coupon Will not mesh. A 65c Value, with Coupon WALL PAPER New Spring ENTERPRISE Quick Drying FLOOR V A R N I S H Best Grade, S1.20 Value With Coupon, quart. ENTERPRISE 4-HOUR VARNISH Very good grade A 95c Value With Coupon, quart. WALL PAPER CLEANER SPONGES, Etc. 113 N. FEDERAL AVE. -- WE DELIVER -- PHONE 142

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