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March 15, 1937

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

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^^ HJltrHT MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, MARCH 15 · 1937 I] i: ili 4 1 H ! If it h -J S i i' * II ·i; !! h \ i SAFETY GROUP ASKS SEPARATE VEHICLE DEPARTMENT OFFICERS FOR COUNCIL NAMED Hope Expressed to Curb Excessive Speed on , HigKways. DES MOINES -«- In its annual meeting at Des Moines Sunday, the Iowa State Safety council asked the Iowa legislature to set up an independent non-political motor vehicle department as the surest guarantee.that highway safety and motor vehicle affairs in general would be freed froni the influence of party politics. The hope was also expressed in another resolution that legislative attention be given to the curbing of excessive speeding on the highways, which, it was stated, is responsible for the great majority o£ fatal accidents on the highways of Iowa. ' ' . Tribute to Mrs. IMiller. Another resolution was adopted paying tribute to the memory of. Mrs. Alex Miller, late secretary of state, who was alluded to as the greatest friend of safety ever known to Iowa. Senate file No. 181, embracing many of the safety ideas advanced by the Iowa State Safety : council, was referred to in one of the organization's resolutions' as one of the most forward-looking and comprehensive traffic c o n t r o l measures to be found in any state. Officers Are Elected. Officers named by the organization included: W. Earl Hall, Mason City, president; Mrs. Charles Pye Des Moines, vice president; Lew Wallace, Sigourney, secretary; anc Lester Wilke, Carroll, treasurer. All have held offices in the organization during the past yeai with the exception of Mr. Wilke who succeeds John A. Gunn ol Des Moines. Members of the resolutions com mittee were Mr. Wilke, Oliver Reiley of Algona, and'Mrsi M. R. Miles "of Des Moines. The legislators were "respectfully requested" to restore to the pending highway, traffic bill sections setting up an independent motor- vehicle department, "and by so doing secure for the people of Ipwa as nearly as possible a npnpartisan administration of highway safety matters." (The proposal for a separate department has been voted down by the Iowa senate.) Asks Consideration. The council requested the senate to give consideration to concurrence in the restored section "if tne bill is returned to it with the provision' reinstated." " When the bill to reform regula- tion of automobile traffic went to the Iowa house four days ago, the senate had removed the provision for creating a separate motor ve T hide department under a superintendent appointed by the governor. As sent to the house from the senate, the bill would retain administration of the motor vehicle and drivers license law in the secretary of state's office. Speed Limits. While establishing a maximum speed limit (20 miles an hour) for business districts and school zones, the bill retained the Iowa law fixing no maximum speed limit for pleasure cars on the highway. Thirty-seven organizations and 32 county safety councils from throughout the state were represented at the , meeting · The; men and women heard Adam Lintz of Chicago, 111., field director for the traffic safety division of the National Safety council,' predict the greatest revolution m traffic safety and law enforcement, in history will occur within the next three to five years. Northwood Group in Choral Reading GAINS REPORTED FOR CREAMERY -"lymouth Co-Op Renames Heinselman; Ramsdell Leads Scoring. PLYMOUTH -- T h e Plymouth Co-Operative Creamery held its annual business meeting Saturday at the high school gymnasium Officers elected were G. p. Heinselman, president; Marion Scarrow, secretary, and M. J. Mikkelson, manager and buUermaker. The creamery is increasing.its total business. There were 10,372 more pounds of Butter made in 193S than in 1935. The buttermilk was sold to three different farmers at an advance in price. The average price received for butterfat was 37.52 cents. Cream scoring contest results were: First, H. E. Ramsdell;- second, Mrs. E. R. Chehock; third, Ed Borchardt; fourth, E. Stebcns, and fifth, Mrs. James Davis. Former Head of Charles City College Is Buried CHARLES CITY--Dr. Frederick Schaub, 82, former president of the Charles City college, which merged several years ago with Morningside college, died in Cincinnati, Ohio, Friday night. He vas a:former instructor at Morn- ngside college, Sioux. City. . His widow yahd ,twoI'.-sbris'.'survive. Funeral services were held Monday. ^r --Choral readimr, which has been gaining in interest, is done by this rroup at Northwood under the direction of Mrs. H. H. Douglass, choric speech director of the Northwood schools. The group, which recently appeared at the Grove township Farm Bureau meeting, is working: toward better speech by developing an appreciation of verse, by voice cultivation and by rhythmic "I believe choral reading will become an important part of the speech arts in the schools of this country as well as those of England," Mrs. Douglass said. This class will.give a program of verse at a meeting of D. A. R. members at the home at Mrs. C. H. DweJJe, Nortlnvood, next Monday evening-. In.(he rear row, left (o right, are Merle Satterle Douglas Warner, Arcliard Gullickson, Merle Nelatm; frbiit row, Mrs. Douglass, Rebecca Hanson, Betty Bliion, Phyllis Harmon, Virginia Hanson, Wilma Melandf, Luciie Knutson :-: HERE AND THERE :-: Miscellaneous Items From 125 Globe-Gazette Correspondents in North Iowa and Southern Minnesota Daughter Is Born. RUDD--A 9% pound daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. Edward Folkerts Saturday. Mrs. Dedrickson Hostess. BKITT--The Social Art club met Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Soren Dedrickson. Surprised at Shower. RUDD--Mrs. Arlie Otto and Mrs. Jack Kamm surprised Mrs. Jharles Roy with a shower at the W. C. Willett home Friday. Anniversary Is Celebrated. LIME SPRINGS--The .'silver wedding -anniversary: of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Walters was celebrated at their home east of .town-Friday. HOCKEY ACE SMOKES STEADILY "I go for Camels in a big way," says Herb Lewis "AFTER A GRUELLING game," this high-scoring star declares, "smoking Camels eases tension--helps me enjoy my food more." Enjoy Camels freely. Smoking Camels during meals speeds up the flow of d/gestive fluids--increases alkalinity. The male quartet took part on the Former Resident Dies program. RUDD--The Fred Zimmerman Tells of Radio Stars. family received word of the death RUDD--The Culture club met ° f Mrs. Jake Meyers at Plains with Mrs. Myra Sanders Saturday "'""' -- -- - afternoon. Mrs. Fred Lacoste was the roll call leader and Mrs. Florence Pomeroy had charge of the Bible study. Mrs. Louis Lacoste was the lesson leader using as her subject, "Radio Stars.".Mrs. L. C. Keller won the spelling contest. Former Businessman Visitor. A 1°° BOX of POWDER viK be included.. without charge .. in your purchase of Charles of the Kit? Preparations. CHARLES of tRe RITZ says: Factory=mixed face powder is always short of perfection. Powder yvhicK is Wended individually . . for you alone . . is as flattering as a gown designed just for you.it adds the perfect note of dis- tingiiished loveliness. FOR ONE WEEK ONLY Miss Mary Brown Special Tccnnicfan from the Rfcr-CarKon Salon will be with us tp tlend your powder . .. individual// to match the lovely under* tones of your skin. TheMerkel LATIMER--Fred Clock-of Pomona, Cal., accompanied by his cousin, Judge S. A. Clock .of Hampton, made, a brief .visit at La'fimer Saturday. : Fred was ' a member of the Clock and Clock firm, the original general store of Latimer from around 1831 to 1895, when- the ownership was sold and the Clocks went to California. Visitors From Battle Lake. LATIMER--Mrs. Will Williamson of Battle. Lake, Minn., came Saturday morning for an extended visit with her mother, Mrs. Nis Jorijensen at the John Londergon home and also with other friends and relatives. Stores Are Remodeled. LIME SPRINGS--The J. R. Jones meat market and the R. A. Vandei-bie hardware store interiors are being remodeled and redecorated. Sunshine Circle Meets. BR1TT---The Sunshine circle nf King's Daughters met Friday afternoon at, the home of Mrs. William Vescilius. Called to Michigan. MARBLE ROCK--M. J. Ward was called to Berring Springs, Mich., by the sudden death of his sister, Mrs. Delia Hanchett. E. J. Squier has returned from San Bernardino, Cal., at which place he spent the winter with his daughter, Mrs. Ray Tipton. Home From Newton. BR1TT--Mr. and Mrs. L. N. Olson of Newton brought her mother, Mrs. John Johnson, back to Britt Saturday. Mrs. Johnson has been visiting at her daughter's home since the death of her husband in January. Miss Helen Johnson o£ Mason City was home over Siindny to visit \vith the Newton relatives. Home After Operation. ' GOLDFIELD--Bernard Folke- dah!, sophomore student in the Goldfield high school, who recently underwent an operation at the hospital in Fort Dodge, was able to return to his home on Saturday. Bernard, a fine baseball prospect, will be absent from the high school squad this spring because of the operation. Daughter Is Born. GARNER--A baby girl, their first born, came to Mr. and Mrs. Ray Boehnke in their home Friday near St John's Lutheran church northeast of Garner. The child's grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hage of Garner and Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Boehnke. Called to Barnum. HAYFIELD--F. W. Pringle, accompanied by his son, Earl, and daughter, Mildred, and Mr. and Mrs. Harris M. Lackore went to Barnum, Minn., Saturday, called by the serious illness of his son, George Pringle, a.former resident here, who underwent a major operation. Submits to Operation. LEDYARD--Mrs. Fred Junkermeier underwent a tumor operation at the hospital in Mankato. Ketnrns to Minneapolis. RIDGEWAY--Mrs. O. P. Hagen left for her home at Minneapolis Saturday after being in attendance at the funeral services for Mrs. Anna Hagen and after a visit at the home of her sister, Mrs. Ole Gullickson, since Tuesday, Mont. Mr. Meyers formerly lived' here. Returns From Florida. LUVERNE--Mr. and Mrs. Frank Devitt, east of town, farmers returned from St. Cloud, Fla., where they spent the winter. They left here Dec. 14, and were accompanied by a niece and nephew, of Grundy Center, and traveled 2,000 miles on the way to Florida, but on their return they came a shorter way and the 'distance traveled \ras 1,800 miles. 40 at Training School. CLARION--The second 4-H club training school on oven products was held Friday at the Methodist 'church basement, with 40 in attendance. Left for Berca. SHEFFIELD--Mrs. ,H. H. Atkinson left Sunday evening for Berea, Ky., where she will visit her daughters, Mrs. J. A. Hughes and Miss Betty Atkinson. Visit at Bradford. ROCKWELL--Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Sherwood visited at the home of their son; Dean at Bradford, the latter part of the week and attended the community entertainment given Thursday evening. . Patriotic Program Given, POPEJOY--Pupils of the primary school, Miss Carrie H. Folkers, tcscher, presented a patriotic program to a large audience Friday afternoon. Buy Murphy Residence. RICEVILLE--The A. Murphy residence property in the southwest part of town has been purchased from the heirs by Mr. and Mrs. Fred Smock, who will occupy it. The Al Linderlins, the present tenants, will move to the flat over the Blandin-Marlin clothing store on Main street for the present. Mother Seriously III. LUVERNE--George Housewuih and half-brother, Kilburn Clapsaddle, of San Diego, Cal., who are in thp U. S. navy are visiting at the parental Frank Clapsaddle home, east of Luverne. They were called here because of the serious illness of their mother. Kilburn has been in the navy two years and has a 20 day furlough and George has been in the navy three years and has a 30 day furlough. Heturn From Wisconsin. SWALEDALE--Alfred Christensen and his sisters, Mrs. William Kruggle of Clear Lake, Mrs. Leonard Deal of Hampton and Mrs. Bob Fisher of Mason City returned from Fredrick, Wis., where they were called by the serious illness of their, father, Nels Christensen, 89 years old, a former resident of this vicinity for many years. Visit Hospital Patient. GARNER--Mrs. J. R. Baggs and Mrs. Charles Tompkins motored to Des Moines Thursday to visit Mr. Baggs in the Veterans' hospital and Denzel and Rachel Tompkins who are students at Drake. They found their former pastor, the Rev. Van Meter, now chaplain of the Soldiers' Home at Marshalltown, also in the hospital recovering from an operation. Will Live in Dubuauc. ACKLEY--Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Witlick and Loren Magnussen will leave Tuesday for Dubuque to make their future home. Mr. Wittick who came here 12 years ago owned and managed the Snow White meat market until a year ago when he sold the business to Victor and Groninga. Mr. Wittick is undecided as to what he will do in Dubuque. Mr. and Mrs. Ken* ncth Groninga will live.in the i Wittick house. SPILLVILLE GIRL CRASH VICTIM Margaret' Bernatz Services Will Be Conducted , Wednesday. SPILLVILLE--F.u n e r a 1 services for Margaret Bernatz, 23, will be held at the home of her parents Wednesday afternoon at 1 o'clock. The Rev. Mr. MeMichael of Waucoma will officiate.'Burial will be made at the Haug cemetery. Margaret was born at Spillville and was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Bernatz. She was graduated from the Calmar high school and also had a two years' normal training course at Cedar Falls. She was completing her third year of teaching, one year in Sumncr township and two years as sixth grade teacher at Farragut. Miss Bernatz met death when her skull was crushed in a car accident Saturday near Casey, as she and six other occupants were injured enroute to the basketball tournament at Des Moines. Their car skidded into a ditch overturning twice. The driver of the car, Mrs. C. K. Phillips .was believed to have lost control of the machine on the slippery pavement. The othei' occupants of the car were Annabelle Wood'.vard of Lewis, Hal Davis, Robert Long, D. Barton and Mr. Phillips of Farragut. Services were held for Miss Bernatz at Farragut at the Methodist church Sunday morning before the body was brought home here by tier uncle, H. G. Hawg and a funeral director. Besides her parents she leaves two sisters, Bernice Bernatz, mathematic instructor at the Quasqueton consolidated high school and Huth Bernatz and one brother, Howard of Spillville. One grandmother is also living. Pallbearers will be Oho Klimesh, John Leeblc, Einer Thompson, Charles Johnson, Louis Benda and Clarence Herald.- Shot by Daughter K. Improvements Made to Creamery at Swaledale SWALEDALE--H. E. Sawyer, who last year bought the creamery from Henry Donner, has put in a number of improvements. At present he is installing a new refrigerator system. Mrs. Ed Schultz, 43, was fatally injured at St. Ansgar when her 7 year .old daughter picked up a gun she found in a house the family was moving into and accidentally discharged it. Mrs. Schultz will be buried Wednesday. DAUGHTER DIES IN AUTO CRASH Charles City Girl's Body to Be Brought to Iowa for Burial. CHARLES CITY--Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Fix were called to Bemidji Minn., Sunday by the death of their daughter, Barbara, who was reported killed in an automobile accident. She had been staying with relatives and going to school. Besides her parents she is survived by a brother, William. The body will be brought to the Grossman funeral home Monday evening and funeral arrangements will be made. Know Your State A Daily Fact About loway Some 25,000 alumni in all sections of the United States and in numerous foreign countries will receive ballots for the 1937 election of the University of Iowa alumni association. MRS.M'GOUGH DIES SUDDENLY Faulkner Woman Had Been Away Visiting. Shortly .Before Death. FAULKNER--A heart attack proved fatal Saturday evening to Mrs. John McGough, who lived 4'/i miles southwest of here. Up to the time of her sudden death she had apparently been in good health having visited in Iowa Falls Saturday afternoon. She is survived by her husband, one daughter, Regina, who for several years has been instructor in home economics at the Belmond high school; Cyril and Bernard, both at home; and Edmund, who is married and lives near the family home. Mrs. Bow'en Is Elected Head of Rockford Club' ROCKFORD--Mrs. Pearl Bowen was re-elected president of the Rockford Woman's club at a meeting at the home of .Mrs. H. H. W. Kruse. Other officers are Mrs. Clarence Bruce, first vice president; Mrs. Henry Smith, second vice president; Mrs. Lloyd Smith, third vice president; Mrs. Ethel Bartley, secretary, and Myrtle Smith, treasurer. Joseph Haugen, music director in the local high school, presented a travel talk on Norway. Mr. Haugen had visited there in 1935. FOR SALE First Mortgages INVESTMENT DEPARTMENT First National Bank Mason City, Iowa HOSTESS I T NOT only brings that smart, modern appearance to any kitchen, but the new 'Standard" HOSTESS SfNK helps keep the kitchen looking fresh and restful. Spacious drawers, roomy compattments and wide back ledge provide place for everything you need. There are special racks inside the center cabinets for soaps, cleansers and even towels. And the HOSTESS SINK matches perfectly with all types of built-in kitchen cabinets and gives nil the advantages of the most efficient material for kitchen sinks--acid resisting enamel oh cast iron. Ask your Master Plumber to tell you the cost. He can arrange financing on FHA terms, help you plan a modern kitchen and furnish the skilled workmanship so necessary to satisfactory service. · Call him today. 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