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Mason City, Iowa
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Saturday, April 28, 1934
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·h^":vr*."A?w^^s^rri.»i«jtfJv*'itfc?L«,t!.t W,mww^.2tt^T^W^^^ i^wttf.a^.tfW.fctfir^T^^ * J jS3^; iBW . tt a^;S^^ *di^^^w**a^; iW^T^:^'K»WWftn«W^;^ TWENTY-TWO MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE APRIL 28 · 1934 220 MEN ARRIVE AT FOREST CITY CAMP FOR CCC WORK ACTUAL WORK TO BEGIN MONO AY Program of Improvements in State Parks Outlined for Workers. FOREST CITY, April 28.--The Civilian Conservation corps was iuoved to its location here today and included 210 men and six engineerr ·under the superivsion of George R Morgan, camp superintendent, a landscape architect, and an en- ·tomologist. Superintendent Morgan, Red Oak, 'a civil engineer and a graduate of New York university, has charge -of work at PUot Knob, Eagle Lake, Rice Lake and Ambrose A. Call state parka. Camp discipline is in charge of Capt. Richard Nichols, 'psage, a graduate of Iowa State college, assisted by Lieut. T. H. Nelson and Lieut. B. B. Nollen, M. D., camp medical oficer. ; Work Starts Monday. · Work on construction of the camp started Thursday. Actual .work of the corps will begin Mori- · 'day in Pilot Knob state park, near here. ' The park work will consist of road and trail construction, building of shelter houses, construction of latrines and incinerator, planting of trees and shrubs, general landscaping and bank work to prevent soil erosion. Eight miles of foot trails Till be built in various parks. Clear Lake Included.. Ten miles of work on the banks of the Shell Rock river north of Mason City and on the Winnebago river are scheduled. This includes rip rap and stone work to prevent washing and some wing dams and fish hideaways. Some shoreline work, although not.a large amount, will be done at Clear Lake. ' Two foot bridges will be built at Pilot Knob and a vehicle bridge at Call park^Algona,-will be repaired. General work will be done at Eagle Lake. One hundred acres of landscaping will be done in the four parks. A lookout tower will be built at Pilot Knob. Work on control of plant and tree disease will also be done. Colflesh to Speak at Eagle Grove Tuesday EAGLE GROVE, April 28.--The first formal meeting here in the campaign for governor will be held Tuesday afternoon at the Princess theater when the principal speaker ·will be Robert W. Colflesh, candidate for the republican nomination for governor. He will speak at Belmond on the evening of the.same day. Former Gov. Dan Turner and Clarence Knutson are slated to appear here at some date before the end of the campaign. Producers Should Get Cost or Production, Short Says at Garner GARNER, April 28.--Declaring that taxes should be based on the ability to pay and that producers should obtain "cost of production," Wallace M. Short of Sioux City addressed an audience of about 100 persons in the courthouse Thursday night. Many among those attending were from the vicinity of Klemme. Mr. Short emphasized that since about a third of taxes go to pay interest and principal, It is important that efforts he put forth to remove this interest and debt burden. Those who produce, both by hand and brain, should get a fair share of the wealth they help to produce, he assarted. BLACKSMITH KICKED 16 FEET BUT ENDS SHOEING OF HORSE BELMOND, April 28.--William Walrod, local blacksmith, who also operates a portable shop throughout thia and surrounding communities* while shoeing a horse for a farmer near Belmond Friday after noon was kicked by the animal out through the door of the barn for a distance of 16 feet. The horse hit him in the abdomen. Walrod suffered considerably from the injury, but was able to finish the job. Mr. Walrod is a candidate for county sheriff on the democratic ticket in the'June primaries. Lake Mills W. C. T. U. Institute Scheduled; Mrs. Kolker to Read LAKE MILLS, April 28.--The Women's Christian Temperance Union will have an institute May l at the Asbury Methodist church. The session will, begin at 10 a. m. with devotion by the Rev. W. J. Witter. There will be special music and talks by the Rev. A. A. Howe of Buffalo Center, county chairman of temperance work; the Rev. O. R. Sletten of Lake Mills, Mrs. George Andrews of Buffalo Center and a ·eading by Mrs. Russell Kolker of Mason City. "owler Named Head of Laundry Owners OMAHA, April 28. Iff)--C. E. Jowler of Des Moines was named president of the Iowa Laundry Dwners' association at a joint meeting here with . the Nebraska Laundry Owners association. Morris Clithroe of Atlantic was named vice president and William Pohlman, Jr., Davenport, secretary-treasurer. Des Moines was awarded the 1935 joint convention. · ; Conditions Are Improving! A CCORD1NG to reports from all over.the country, commercial, industrial and financial conditions are on the upgrade. More men are being employed. Retail and wholesale volumes of business are showing a decided upturn. The First National Bank of Mason City, one of Iowa's oldest financial institutions, can help you keep in step with this gradual return of normal business conditions. We are ready to serve you with the expert help and advice of our officers--men of long experience in finance. They will be glad to discuss any of your financial problems in confidence--and offer efficient, able help. * You are cordially invited to stop in at any time. First National Bank MASON CITY, IOWA Affiliated with Northwest Bancorporation H E R E A N D T H E R E * » » » * * * * * « « * * * * * » * Miscellaneous Items From 125 Globe-Gazette Correspondents in North Iowa and Minnesota School Picnic Held. JOICE--Pupils of the Clark school and their parents and in' structor, Miss Myrtle Tweeten, celebrated the last day of school Friday by having a picnic. Quarterly Meeting Held. PLYMOUTH--The third quarterly meeting of the conference year is being held at the Free Methodist church from Friday night until Sunday night. The Rev. Currie Mavis, district superintendent, is in charge, assisted by the pastor, the Rev. W. Donald Mack. Return From Minneapolis. ORCHARD--Miss Marceila Knudson and Mr. and Mrs. John Markham and Donnie motored to Minneapolis and spent a few days at the Martin Steffen and Russell Knudson homes. On their way back they visited relatives at Northfield and at the Leuin Winship home near Owatonna. Superintendents Attend Relays. GRAFTON--Superintendent Norris and E~arl Miller accompanied Superintendent Knutson of Kensett and Superintendent Frandle of Northwood to Des Moines Friday to attend the Drake relays. Mr. Miller will remain the entire weekend. Are Parents of Son. NEW HAMPTON--Born to Mr. and Mrs. Chris -Stephens, a son, April 27. Are Parents of Son. WESLEY--Mr. and Mrs. James Haverly are parents of a boy, Keith James, born" to them Wednesday morning. This is their first child. Lakota Group Entertained. LEDYARD--The Luthern missionary society of Lakota was entertained at the home of Mrs. Fred Bauman. Bible School Planned. FLOYD--A vacation Bible school will be held at the M. E. church. Parents wishing to have their children enrolled have been asked to see the Rev. Mr. Christensen or Mrs. Clayton Tubbs. Speaks on Alaska. OSAGE---The Woman's Home Missionary society of the M. E. church met Friday afternoon with Mrs. Walter Wright, at which time Mrs. W. H. Salisbury presented a study of Alaska. Others who took part were Mrs. C. E. Juhl asd Mrs. Juke. Charles Cityan Gives Review. FLOYD--A committee composed of Mesdames linda Thomas, Dave Roberts, Alfred Laun, Ray Brown, Clark Anderson and Miss Hepsey Clark, had charge of a luncheon and supper at the M. E. church parlors. A review of the book, "An Abandoned Orchard," was given by Mrs. Milton 'Dunlap of Charles City. Move From Missouri. GALT--Mr. and Mrs. Allie Licklider of Jake Prairie, Mo., moved their household goods to the Weld residence Wednesday, recently vacated by Kluss brothers. Mr. Licklider will work for Kellers' this sum- er. Visit With Friends. GALT--Nels Nelson, J. C. Norris, and Mr. and Mrs. Rasmus Nelson of Ventura were business callers here Wednesday. They also visited friends here. Visits at Ames. JOICE--Mrs. M. O. Evans is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Kenneth Lake and other relatives at Ames this week. Sewing Meeting Held. " THOMPSON--The American Legion auxiliary sewing meeting was held at the. home of Mrs. Willard Erickson with Mrs. Erickson and Mrs. C. Brady hostesses. aiother-in-Law Honored. MITCHELL--Mrs. A. R. Stokes entertained a group of women at a luncheon Thursday at her home, honoring the birthday of her mother-in-law, Mrs. Nellie Stokes, who recently returned from an extended visit at the home of a son at Kau- kana, Wis. Returns From Rockwell City. WHITTEMORE--Patricia Weir returned home from Rockwell City where she was .caring for Mrs. Will Blasey, who was ill. She was accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. George Dahlke and Will Blasey. Visitors From Ogden. PLYMOUTH--Miss Alice Seeley and Mrs. Chester Moody of Ogden drove up for a few days' visit with Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Seeley and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Dixon and Miss Hazel Moody. Given Prenuptial Shower. CRYSTAL LAKE--A prenuptial shower was held Thursday night in the Odd Fellows hall for Lois Hodson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charley Hodson, who will be married soon to Everett Austin, son of Chris Austin. A mock wedding was put on by Cliff Stewart,-Nick Jensen, Dott Kirkpatrick, Arville Hunsley, Gwendolyn Stewart and La Verne Stewart. Concludes Club Year. NORA SPRINGS -- The Fortnightly club closed its club year with their annual dinner and theater party held in Mason City Friday evening. Visitor From Montana. CRESCO--Mr. and Mrs. Walter Rush and family are entertaining Mr. Rush's brother, the Rev. William Rush, pastor of the Episcopal church at Malta, Mont., enroute home from Washington, D. C., where he attended the recent session of the American College of Preachers. STUDIO BURNED IN CHARLES CITY Jewett Clay Equipment Is Destroyed; Two Other Fires Put Out. CHARLES CITY, April 28.--The interior of the Jewett Clay studio over the Muesel hardware store was destroyed by fire last night. Studio equipment was burned and glass broken by the heat. Considerable damage was also done to the hardware store by water. Mr. Clay said he recently had been offered $5,500 for the studio and said he carried 53,500 insurance. Yesterday afternoon the fire department was called to the Keith Noll residence on West Hulin street, where damage of $200 was caused by flames, and also to the Charles Carney residence across from the high school, where a chimney burned out, resulting in little damage. Mrs. Banton Reads Play. NORA SPRINGS--The Crescent club met Friday afternoon at the home of Mrs. James Cutler. Mrs. Norma Banton of Charles City read a play, "Mary Queen of Scots." Mrs. Ellis of Charles City accompanied Mrs. Banton and was also a guest of the club. 20 Attend Gathering. POPEJOY--Mrs. H. A. Lancaster entertained the Friendly club in her home Thursday afternoon. Twenty were present. Charles Harper 111. HANSELL--Charles Harper who submitted to an operation at Iowa City, is seriously ill at his home. Benefit Concert Planned. EAGLE GROVE--A benefit concert will' be given by 'the high school band assisted by local talent at the high school auditoriuir. on the evening of Monday, April 30. Visit at Winona. LYLE, Minn.--Mrs. K. H. Volstad, accompanied by the Rev. Stenlund, drove over to Winona, Minn., Thursday to visit Miss Maybelle Volstad at the H. F. Bell home. Visit in Des Moines. DUMONT--Mrs. R. H. Atchison and her brother, Supt. Howard Kirk and wife of Clarksville, spent Friday and Saturday at Des Moines. Caucus Saturday Night. ROCKFORD--Committeeman H. L. Mitchell issued a call for a republican caucus to be held in the township hall Saturday evening. Will Teach In St. Ansgar. CARPENTER--Miss Alice Severson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Severson, has been elected to teach the primary department in the St. Ansgar schools. Miss Severson has taught in the schools at Waterloo the past four years. Entertain 50 at Bridge. CLARION--At Hotel Moore Wednesday afternoon Mrs. L. M. Hartsock and Mrs. Hugo Rohrbach entertained 50 guests at a bridge luncheon. At auction, the high score prize was won by Mrs. B. P. Birdsell, low by Mrs. T. T. Roosevelt. The contract prize was awarded for high score to Mrs. N. J. Weber, for low score to Miss Louise Linebarger. Guest From Deg Moines. ROCKFORD--Mrs. O. Pennykeit of Des Moines is a guest in the home of Dr. R. A. Knight. Son Weighs lO'/j Pounds. KANAWHA--Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Thorson are parents of a 10 Vi pound son born Thursday morning. He is the second child in the family. Injured While Visiting. LAKE MILLS--Mrs. Margaret Schlinkert and daughter, Gloria, returned Thursday night from St Paul where they had been visiting. While there Gloria fractured her arm in two places and it was necessary to have her arm in a cast. Returns to Iowa City. KANAWHA--D. M. Easier was to return to the hospital at Iowa City Saturday. Several weeks ago he was there for treatment and returned home but failed to improve. Mr. Easier is manager and owns part interest in the Davis and Potter grain elevator at Denhart. Works at Ayrshire. THOMPSON--Miss Emily Watson left Thursday for Ayrshire to assist in the home of the Rev. E. F. Broberg, pastor of the M. E. church. Patient at Iowa City. HAMPTON--Dale Baber is a patient at the University hospital at Iowa City, where he is receiving a course of treatment. Held in -Waggoner Home. LAKE MILLS--The monthly radio meeting of the American Legion auxiliary was held on Friday afternoon at the L. L. Waggoner home. Assistant hostess was Mrs. Hans Thompson. Suffers Broken Leg. LAKE MILLS--John Thompson, an aged farmer living west of town, broke his leg Thursday evening and was taken to the hospital. Home From Des Moines. KANAWHA--Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Sheldahl drove to Des Moines on Thursday. Mrs. Sheldahl's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Nass of Huxley came home with them for a short visit. Bride-to-Be Honored. ORCHARD -- Mrs. Melbourn Woodward, Elmer McGill and Maurice Hudson entertained at the home of the former on Friday afternoon at a prenuptial shower honoring Miss Irene Whitcomb whose marriage to Earl Hessiey will take place May 3 at the William Whitcomb home. Visit at Minneapolis. MITCHELL--Mrs. J. A. Klinger and son, Alton, and Henry Glaspy are spending a few days in Minneapolis. The former visits their sister and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. John Clark, while the latter will visit his mother, Will Go to Salem. LEDYARD--John McDonald recently purchased the Mrs. Henry Brandt property in the southeast part of town. Mrs. McDonald who was recently appointed postmaster, has taken up her duties at the post- office. Mrs. Weinberger who has had charge of the postoffice 20 years, will leave Ledyard the first of the month for Salem, S. Dak., to join her husband employed there by the C. and N. W. railway company. Surprised on Birthday. WHITTEMORE--A number of neighbors and friends surprised Mrs. M. C. Weir on her sixty-second birthday. The afternoon was spent visiting after which a delicious lunch was served. Points of Protection GASOLINE Because our Gasoline is Such a pure, hi-speed fuel it has a high combustion factor. It means no carbon and no thinning of the oil! GREASING Get longer service from your car by having it greased regularly at this Station. Prompt, dependable service. Drive . in today. Low rates. LUBRICATION The life of your car depends on proper lubrication. De Luxe Oil--a grade for every car--stands up under the strain. Change to De Luxe Oil! TIRES Let us give you guaranteed tire protection. Our De Luxe tires carry an unconditional 12 months guarantee. Complete stock on hand at all times. BATTERY The battery is the heart of your car's electrical system--let us keep it hi perfect condition. We arc dealers for na- 'tionally known batteries. WAGNER SUPER SERVICE CORNER OP EAST STATE AND PENNSYLVANIA AVENTJE RICEVILLE MAN INJURED IN FALL Fred Carpenter, 76, Former Grocer, Goes Through Floor of Barn. RICEVILLE, April 28. -- Fred Carpenter, 76, was injured Friday when he fell through the floor of the barn on the farm which he and his grandchildren operate. Mr. Carpenter for a number of years conducted a grocery store in Riceville but retired a few years ago to the farm belonging to his son, Roy. Mr. Carpenter suffered an injured back and cuts on the head. Training School for Franklin 4-H Girls' Leaders Is Scheduled HAMPTON, April 28.--Miss Florence Forbes of the extension department of Iowa State college at Ames, will present a lesson on accessories for a girl's room at the training school for Franklin county girls' 4-H club leaders and others interested Tuesday. The meeting will begin at 10 a. m. and Miss Clara Blank, home demonstration agent for Franklin county, will be in charge. Mrs. W. H. Jacobs, Forest City, district committeewoman will be the speaker at the Farm Bureau women's meeting Thursday May 3. Plans will be made for the annual achievement day program on May 24. Both meetings will be held in the clubrooms in the public library. Britt High Principal Is Buried at Pomeroy BRITT, April 28.--A large group of Britt persons went to Pomeroy Friday to attend the funeral services of Miss Phyllis Gutz. Miss Gut?, was principal of the high school and six senior boys were chosen as pallbearers. The boys were Donald Anderson, Lloyd Rasmussen and Carrol Batten. SOLOIST AT WALDORF FOREST CITY. April 28.-Gertrude Boo Overby, soloist with the St. Oluf college choir, . IB the guest artist on the annual concert of the Waldorf college little symphony orchestra Sunday afternoon. Members of the orchestra are: Violins--Marjorie Welch, Al Howard, Ruby Olsen, Elmer Handy, O. Tjernagel, Viola Hopkins, Orene Madsen, Clarence Heltne, Edith Carver, Stanley Ariderson, Arthur Ropte, Arlo Johnson, Ellen Christensen, Caryl Jacobs, Olaf Storaasli, Catherine Dickenson, Olga Coltvet, Marguerite Anders, Martha Cantrell, Phyllis Heltne. Cellos--Marie Monse- md, Evelyn Tande, Thelma Tweet. String Basses--Hyla Beroen, Inger Honsey, Gaylord Thorson. French Horn--Franklin Hansen. Flute--Margaret Thompson. Oboe--Joe Westby. Clarinets--Leon Haaland, Waldemar Johnson, Nella Pederson, Dorothy Jean Hanson. Trumpets--Clifton Madsen, Wilfred Lindgrcn. Piano--Mildred Eggen. Percussion--Robert Hoi- man. Director--Soren Lura. 120 PRESENT AT COUNTY SESSION Hancock Auxiliary Groups Gather at Britt; Hear Mrs. Underkofler. BRITT, April 28.--One hundred twenty persons registered at the county American Legion auxiliary meeting held at the Memorial hail Friday afternoon. Miss Winnifred Niggemeyer, department president, was unable to attend, owing to illness in her family at Fort Madison and Mrs. G. C. Underkofler, eighth district committeewoman, spoke in her place. Mrs. John Erickson of Corwith, Hancock county president, presided. A large number of visitors from Forest City and Titonka attended the meeting. A lunch was served by the committee in charge. Hauptly, 36, Succumbs in Wesley; Funeral on Sunday Is Announced WESLEY, April 28.--Funeral services for Harry Joseph Hauptly, 36, will be held Sunday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock p. m. at the Methodist church with the Rev. I. C. McNulty in charge. Harry who had always made his home with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Nick Hauptly, died very suddenly Thursday morning following illness of two months' duration. He was born March 12, 1896. Besides his parents, he is survived by five brothers, Edgar of Wesley, John of Cherokee, Frank, William and Elmer all of Wesley, and three sisters, Mrs. Amanda Nelson of Wesley, Mrs. Emma Steen- lage of Britt and Mrs. Laura Eden of Wesley. Burial will take place in the Evergreen cemetery near Wesley. Heads Hotel Greeters. OMAHA, April 28. OB--Arthur Groose of Omaha was elected president of the Nebraska-Iowa chapter of Hotel Greeters of America here. Karl Huemann of Sioux City was elected first vice president. DANCES PUTS NEW LIFi INTO THE CHORUS America's moat famous dance impresario, urge* his choma glrla to Include bread In their dally menu . . . for energy, which Is essential to ritality and allure. Read his interesting letter to Betty Crocker, meal-planning expert. Dear Betty Orooker: tho girls I nseS in · 'loader Bar" and T»m«r Broa.' big imsioal promotions to eat bre»4 three tine* a, day--all kinds Of bread. 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