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jiL J t t Â£ t S b Â·H S- 13 b a U 2 fc Â·jx T d es b( fl hi N Â« ti- ps Ol w W te Â·ea Â£r "I it U 31 it 31 it DC ac IE v ;H it 5 a " SIXTEEN MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, APRIL 27 M 136 ___ ... -- ---- -- s - ^ ~ r T^TTT* TWO ROBBERS TAKE $175 IN LAWLER OIL STATION HOLDUP KNEWM'KONE CARRIED PURSE Bandits About 20 Years of Age; Were in Station Earlier in Day. LAWLER--Two young men in a Chevrolet master sedan drove into the Standard Oil filling station here about 9 o'clock Sunday evening ;md held up the attendant, Chester Me- Kone, and his father, Charles McKone. No money was taken from the elder McKone, but a purse containing ?175, which the men knew was on the son, was taken. The men were about 20 years of age, according to the description given officers. The men asked for the purse upon entering the station with guns and officers believed they had been in the station some time during the day. The state bureau of investigation said-Monday the license on the bandits' automobile, 88-532, was stolen at Delta, recently and observed upon the car of bandits who robbed a filling station at West Point last week. Bulk Oil Station at Dow City Swept by Fire; Loss $7,000 DENISON, CS 1 )--Fire swept a bulk oil station at Dow City early Monday, burning two tanks of gasoline, one'of kerosene and one of oil with a loss estimated at $7,000 by Ed Kloepper, the owner. Denison Dow City and Dunlap firemen could do little but pour water upon neighboring buildings. The heat of the flames melted the tanks to the ground. . Lammers Heads Iowa Laundry Association OMAHA, (IP)--E. J. Lammers of Davenport is the new president ot the Iowa Laundry Owners' association, succeeding G. E. Fowler of Des Moines. The association in _ convention here elected E. J. Clapp of Cedar Rapids vice president and re-elected William Pohlmann, Jr., of Davenport, secretary-treasurer. The 1937 convention- probably will be held in Davenport. :-:HERE AND THERE:-: Miscellaneous Items From 125 Globe-Gazette Correspondents in North Iowa and Minnesota Visit in Fort Dodge. STILSON--Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence. Carlson, Mildred and Ernest have been visiting friends in Eagle Grove and Saturday they visited relatives in Fort Dodge. P. T. A. Sponsors Play. SEXTON--The P. T. A. sponsored a play and musical show Friday night at the hall here which w.as well attended. Fifteen dollars was taken in. Given by Club. GORDONSVTLLE, Minn. -- Central Shell Rock club gave a leap year dancing party at the hall Friday evening. Mothers Are Entertained. KANAWHA--The annual Mothers' party of the Alpha Lambda society in which the girls of the club are hostesses to their mothers, was held at the home of Miss Anita Steinhoff Thursday evening. A program included a solo by Miss Erva Kalvig, a pianolog by Mrs. Leslie Brower, guitar selections by Enid Foster and solos by Ramona Munson and Nadine Yepsen. A one act play called "My Cousin From Sweden" was presented. Mamie Moe President. ST. ANSGAR -- The Woodlawn cemetery association met at the home of Mrs. R. Helfritz Friday evening. Election of officers was held with the following results: Miss Mamie Moe, president; Mrs. H. E. Falk, vice president, and Mrs. Nettie Lund, secretary. Are Parents of Son. SEXTON--Mr. and Mrs. Pasley are parents of a son, born Saturday afternoon, their first child. Submits to Operation. ST. ANSGAR--Mrs. Paul Bram mer went to Hampton where she entered the hospital and had an operation on her nose. She is remaining a few days for treatment. Is Elected Moderator. GREENE--The Rev. F. A. Mun- neke, pastor of the local Presbyterian church, was elected moderator of the Waterloo Presbytery, at the meeting held at Dows. Home From Lake. GtXNVILLE, Minn.--Mrs. Henry Morrison arrived home Saturday after spending the winter at Clear Lake with her sister in law, Mrs. Mark Morrison. Serves on Jury. RUDD--H. O. Braham went to Dubuque Monday for jury service. Lloyd Krause will act as janitor at the schoolhouse during the absence of Mr. Braham. BUSINESS MEN Know the Value of HOT WATER Safety Group Head B USINESSMEN need fast service from hot water in the morning. A bath -- every morning -- a slick, smooth shove and they're ready to take the day "on high." They know that a faltering faucet marked "Hot," but from which cold water flows, starts the day out all wrong and only serves to discourage those cleanliness habits which make for business efficiency and personal success. An Automatic Gas Water Heater, with its ever ready supply of steaming Hot Water, is the answer to your problem. Investigate now! The Rev. 4. C. Buthman, pastor of the Clarion M. E. church, is president of the newly organized Wright safety council. Mr- Buthman has shown much interest in the cause, of safety. The county council is^ working out an aggressive accident program in Wright county. 4 CLARKSVILLE BOYS ARRESTED Are Held to Grand Jury on Charges of Stealing Poultry. ALLISON--Dale Kessel, 18, Kenneth Wilder, 16, Kenneth Kites, 16, and August Arg-es, 15, at a hearing before Justice W. P. Miller here Saturday were bound over to the grand jury of the May term of court on a poultry larceny charge. The last three named will have their hearing in juvenile court. All are from near Clarksville. The chickens were stolen from the Ray Weilaud farm near Greene and were sold to a produce dealer at Greene for $24. Visit at Soraers. ROCKWELL--Mrs. George Mantz and daughter, Katherine, spent the week-end with the Dr. Kennedy family of Somers. Will Meet Wednesday. "" Â· - _ The Farm Bu- Visitors From Des Moines. ROWAN--Mr. and Mrs. Evan Patton from Des Moines are visiting in the John Huey home. Visitors From Ellsworth. RAKE--Mr. and Mrs. Sigurd Hougland and family of Ellsworth were guests at the Selmer Sorenson home during the week-end. Are Parents of Son. GRAFTON--Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Krueger are parents of an eight pound boy born Friday. Daughter Is Born. SHEFFIELD--Mr. ar.d Mrs. Arthur Dittburner are th* parents ot a daughter born April 25. Visitors From Hardy. LAKE MILLS--Mr. and Mrs. W- James and son, Dean, of Hardy, were week-end visitors at the A. F. Ruby home. Patients at Imva City. GREENE--Mike Barth, Little Billie Walker and Mrs. Hunter, all of Greene, are patients in the hospital at Iowa City. P. T. A. Program Announced. RUDD--The P. T. A. will present the following program Monday night. Music by the Wartburg college string ensemble, short humorous skit, vocal numbers by junior high pupils; Text books by E. A. Hansen, Merritt Bishop, the Rev. JB. F' Dohrmann and Eldon Finch; short address by the Rev. Mr. Braun of Wartburg college. Â· Will Continue Study. STACYVILLE--Stacyville Farm Bureau Women will meet Tuesday and continue their landscape study. Several farm women including Mesdames Albert Gerk, Joe Brumm, and Miss Beatta Falk have fine rock gardens and lawns and are planning new improvements. Honored at Shower. THORNTON--Mrs. I. W. Brogan, formerly Miss Marian Brown, was honored at a linen shower Thursday evening in the Lutheran church basement. Visit at Dayton. POPEJOY--Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Kaplan and children visited with the W. G. Steam family at Dayton Sonday The women were formerly classmates at Council Bluffs school. Will Operate Rink. GLENVILLE, Minn.--Ben Reynolds operated a skating rink at Hollandale 'last summer. He will move here the first of the week and operate a rinl: on the vacant lots north of the postoffice. Visitor From Webster City. GARNER--Miss Lulu Orr, superintendent of schools in Webster county the past three years and formerly of Cherokee county, spent Sunday in the home of her cousin, Carl Johnson. Visit in Cedar Falls. ROWAN -- Mr. and Mrs. H. L. AGED RICEVILLE MAN IS BURIED Joseph Wicks, 90; Lived in Log Cabin on Arrival ' in Town. RICEVILLE--Joseph Wicks, 90. who died at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Kate Buese, Friday morning, was buried Monday. Mr. Wicks was born near Milwaukee, Wis., Jan. 17, 1846, and came to Riceville in 1874. He resided in the same precinct ever since. He was married at Watertown, Wis., to Margaret Crowley 64 years ago on April 9. Mrs. Wicks survives him but is in poor health. When they first came to Riceville, they lived for a time in a log house but soon built the place in the west part of town in which they lived until failing- health made it necessary for them to go with their daughter. Ten children were born to them, all living but two, James and Loretta. The living are Mrs. Kate Buese of Riceville, Mrs. Lizzie Deidrich of Browerville, Minn., Mrs Ella Nelson of Linton, Ore., Mrs Maggie Lockie of Portland, Ore. George of Prescott, Ore., Frank of Julien, Cal., Joseph of San Antonio Texas, Mrs. Rachel White, Salmon Wash. There are eight grandchildren and two great grandchildren Father Hetherington conducted thi funeral service with burial at Calvary cemetery. Rockford, Nora Springs Lutherans to Be Served by Darnauer, Burkhardl ROCKFORD--The Rev. Fred Dar nauer of Burkhardt, Wis., has ac cepted the pastorate of the Ameri can Lutheran church here and a Nora Springs. Mr. . Darnauer wil succeed the Rev. Conrad Buehler who went from here to a pastorate at Montgomery. Minn. He will take up his duties May 10 and will re side in Rockford. Contract for Waverly Postoffice Is Awarded WASHINGTON, Iff) -- The treasury awarded a contract for. construction of a postoffice at Waverly, owa, to James I. Barnes, Logansport, Ind. Barnes, who bid $47,575, was given 250 calender days to compete the job. District Meeting Sunday. NEW HAMPTON -- The fourth congressional district meeting for .he National Union for Social Justice will be held in Forkenbrock's ill here Sunday. Four hundred Wednesday, April 29. The 4-H boys and the Baby Beef clubs also plan :o meet Wednesday. Leave for Minneapolis. RAKE--Mr. and Mrs. Henry Olson and daughters, La Vonne and Donnaballe, and 'Mrs. M. C. Olson left Saturday to spend the weekend at the homes of Millard. and Palmer Olson in Miiineapolis- Keturns to Detroit. 'POPEJOY -- Anna Peterson re turned to Detroit, Mich., to resume her work after spending several weeks at the Chris Peterson home She was called here the last of Feb. ruary on account of the death of her mother, Mrs. Chris Peterson. Know Your State A Fact a Day About lowoy! One hundred years ago Indians roamed southwestern Iowa when the federal government established its first Indian agency at Council Bluffs. On Aug. 9 to 12 this year, Council Bluffs and southwestern Iowa will join together in a centennial observation that will feature, among other things, a pageant with a cast of 600 persons duplicating the history of the section. delegates and officers from the units are expected. Mrs. Seaboch., Formerly of Popejoy, Succumbs POPEJOY--Mrs. P. C. Seaboch died at her home near Webster Dty Wednesday from pneumonia. The Seaboch family moved into the Webster City vicinity last March, after having resided here for many years. _^____ Could Effect Savings. AMES, (-T)--Dr. Barton Morgan of Iowa State college declared Monday that at least 40 per cent of Iowa rural schools could be closed without hampering education and at a saving to taxpayers involved. TOMMY BRIDGES (left), star pitcher of the World Champion Detroit Tigers, finds Camels an aid to digestion. "I like to smoke Camels during and between meals," he says. "Camels set me right!" You can smoke Camels all you want. They are so mild they never jangle the nerves--never rasp the throat. COLLEGE WRESTLING CHAMPION, Henry T. Snowdon (above, right), says: "It's my experience that smoking Camels aids digestion." Camels encourage the flow of digestive fluids --stimulate good feeling. Enjoy Camels--for digestion's sake! PEOPLE'S GAS AND ELECTSIC 100 Honor Irvin Thoe of Lake Mills; Named Convention Delegate LAKE MILLS--About 100 attended a dinner at the Methodist church Friday evening in honor of Irvin Thoe, who is to go Tuesday as lay delegate to the International convention at Columbus, Ohio. He represents 219 churches in this district. This dinner was also to commemorate his birthday and his exceptional church work. Dr. J. A. Calhoun acted as master of ceremonies, and introduced the speakers, Miss Nettie Price, a former teacher, who spoke on "School Days;" Cecil Lunoe, a lifelong friend, who discussed "Chums," Miss Elva Fordyce, who told of his work as Sunday school superintendent. J. D. Kent and the Rev. W. T. Witter discussed his religious work in the church. The quartet of which Mr. Thoe is a member sang a song a* the beginning of the program. Dr. Calhoun presented Mr. Thoe a purse of money and a bag, as a token of appreciation for his good work and in honor of his being chosen as delegate to this convention. Stump to Speak at Iowa Lions Meeting FORT DODGE, (/P)--A1 b e r t Stump, Indianapolis attorney, will be the principal speaker of the Iowa convention of Lions International when it meets at Fort Dodge May 21 and 22. A program of entertainment is also planned for women visitors. Change Party Affiliations. NEW HAMPTON--Two changes in party affiliations were filed here Saturday. Mrs. Elsie Kilcher and Erwin R. Winter, both of Waucoma, changed from republican to farm- labor. Both of them immediately filed for the offices of county auditor and clerk of the district court, on the farm-labor ticket. pot and Sena Kjar spent n Cedar Falls. Hampton Club Entertained. GENEVA -- The L. L. club of Hampton was entertained by Mrs. Earl Page, Friday. Large Crowd Sees Play. FREDERICKSBURG--The senior class of the local high school presented their class play, "Hoops," In the school auditorium Friday evening to a near capacity house. Musical Numbers Given. ROCKFORD--Mrs. A. H. Fuller, Ames, president, and Mrs. A. E. Regal, Charles Gity, state treasurer of the American Association of University Women, were.guests of hon. or at a meeting of the Rockford chapter at the home of Mrs. H. H. Ervin Saturday. A spring luncheon was served by the members at 1 o'clock and the program featured a piano duet by Mrs. Caroline Houts and Mrs. Lyall Smith and a vocal solo by Mrs. Gertrude Bird. Series to Be Concluded. ROWAN--W. E. Moon, nationally known young people's evangelist, closed a two weeks' meeting series in the Methodist Church Sunday. A basket dinner was served at noon and Dr. and Mrs. Muhleman were present for the day's services. - Condition Is Critical. 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