Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on April 2, 1931 · Page 17
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Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, April 2, 1931
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APRIL 2 mm 1931 MASON CITY GLOBE-GA£ETTE -- : ------ ·· ^ ^ ^ ^ : »**-»»jvrj.i v/j.i JL \xu\Ji.)xx-\yt\£jLLi i_ i £j - » ELECTRIC COMPANY OFFICER OBSERVES BUSINESS UPTURN IOWANS SOUGHT FORPOSITin* 1 ' iShreve Declares ment in Summer Anti ! cipated by Industries. · AMES, April 2.--Perceptible im- ;provement in business conditions by ; early summer and a marked upturn jby the end of the year are ahead, E. Q. Shreve, a graduate of Iowa State college and assistant vice president of the General Electric company, declared before a faculty luncheon at Iowa state yesterday. Shreve, who is visiting the campus in connection with recruiting June graduates, has just completed a tour of his company's district offices in 28 states. In his meetings 5rith business leaders in every section he has encountered a growing feeling of confidence. Increasing employment in shops of leading railroads and in certain steel plants indicate a reasonable basis for optimism, Shreve stated. EDGAR CARMAN, STUDENT, DIES Funeral Rites to Be Held at Nora Springs for University Youth. NORA SPRINGS, April 2.--The body of Edgar Carman, about 20 years' of age, who died last night ;tf 9 o'clock in a hospital at Iowa City, was expected to arrive here about noon today. Funeral arrangemenl will be announced later. Edgar oldest brother, Harry; air mail ca rier in Guatemala, is expected horr soon and rites may be arranged r he can attend. Mr. Carman was a student at th State university. He was stricke with influenza a week ago and Sun day he suffered pneumonia. His pa ents, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Carma went to his bedside that day. Dr. ] Henely and his sister, Betty, wer sent for and Roy Sheckler drov down with them. Mr. Carman attended Junior co lege in Mason City the two pas years. He leaves his parents and on brother, Harry, and one sister, Be ty, at home. HERE AND THERE * * * * » · » * * « * » , . . , . . Miscellaneous Items From 100 Globe-Gazette Correspondents in North Iowa and Minnesota · . Suffers Broken Leg. BUFFALO CENTER, April 2--Th ^nfour year old daughter of Roy Klin · 9 t of town was accldently backe iy a_car.Tuesday, Her leg ~ oroken. BARGAIN RATE.. CHICAGO $^f OO Round / - Trip CoUg-- Tickets will b« honored on »n trains April 3 «nd 4. Retaining-- Tickets will ba limited f . i«tnm to April 6. I In Coattut Only Mnsori City Ticket Office. Phone 82 W. F, Cody. Dlrfalon PosscnCer AUcnt 9th St. and S. Pennsylvania Ave Phone .124 Ok MILWAUKEE ROAD husbands shaving mirror tellsthe TRUTH T OOK at the tell-tale reflection. · V? ma "y wrinkles around your neck. Muscles are sagging at your jaws. J here 3 a downward tilt to the cor- ,Jiers of your mouth. Hair and beard ^sliow too much grey. 'Tr,TM?? 1 ' 5 ^S^ with y° u? Neither mental nor physical work should nre- C^, y tS?? r\ OU ' ?° you cver thil * of '^T* M ^ ? °° yu cver teke a Eood vegetable tome n OW and then to help resist the strains of "modern living?" M?riLi m Ai Dr ' P'^e's Golden Medical Discovery at- everv Hmr store. It helpsto k«p the SS? S v tad orgaiLs in healthy balance. Don't forget, "A man is 33 old as he looks." 51 VE ^;£ P £ CkaSe 0fDr - Pierce '* Fam- ·Blm,l?f· 5= onta!ns a Symptom Blank If you desire free medical advice, fill out the Blank and mail it to Dr. Piercc's Clinic, Buffalo, N. Y. Keturn to Milford. SHEFFIELD--Mr. and Mrs. John Ficke returned to their home in Milford, Nebr., after visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Schraeder. Tour In South. NORA SPRINGS--H. F. Schnedler and daughter, Miss Eoma, are taking a trip thru the southern states including Florida. They expect to be gone three or four weeks. Ill at Bristow. BRISTOW--Mrs. Beebe of Waverly and Mrs. Martha Kruger of Tripoli are at the George Conger home, called on account of the serious illness of Mrs. Conger -who is their sister. Mission Group Meets. THORNTON -- The Woman's Home-Missionary society met Tuesday night at the hora^ of Mrs. -Jake Nattress. Mrs. Cora Boothroyd was devotional leader and Mrs. F. A. French was lesson leader. Mrs. I. v D. Morrow and Mrs. Fred Wagner were guests. Go to Iowa City. CHAPTN--Mr. and . Mrs. H. T. Long and L. B. Allen drove to Iowa City Wednesday morning where Mrs. Long will have special treatment. Mr. Long and Mr. Allen expect to return home tomorrow. To Teach In Victor. NORA SPRINGS--Miss' Maude Cannon, who -teaches at Guernsey has been elected to teach at Victor for the coming year "with an increase in salary. Miss Cannon teach- ea sixth grade. Comes From Florida. ' BRISTOW--Dick Carlsen who ha? been at Orlando, Fla., several weeks arrived home Tuesday. Mrs. Carlsen remained with her parents and will return with them later. Leave For Minneapolis - THOMPSON--Mrs. Leo Frazer and two children left Monday for Minneapolis where she will join her husband employed with the Florence Dredge company. Did Previous Paving. GARNKR--The Abramson Construction company, Kes Momes, who was awarded the contract of 18 miles of paving for Winnebago county paved the streets of Garner 11 years ago. Son Enters Hospital. CORWITH--Mr. and Mrs. Elry C. Gourley tok their son Clifton to Minneapolis Tuesday, where he will enter a hospital and submit to an operation. Goes to Chicago. LATIMER--S. Kibsgaard motored to Chicago Monday with a large consignment of poultry to market. · . P. E. O. Is Entertained. OSAGE--The P. E. O. was entertained Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs. Ralph Burnham, for their regular meeting. 36 Are Ecntertained. NORA SPRINGS--The Rebekah degree staff, husbands and wives, were entertained Tuesday evening by Misses Mary and Edna Rob'erts at their farm home south of town. About 30 were present. Homo From Florida, GREENE--Mr. and Mrs. George Montgomery who spent the winter in Orlando, Fla., returned home Tuesday. Go To Clarion. BELMOND--The Belmond high' school band went over to Clarion Tuesday night for another joint practice. Students at Home. JCLARJON--Miss Hazel Fritze, tetfrcher in the Iowa City schools, BANDITS BEWARE! Bandits don't terrify Miss Juno Harrison one whit. While- her father, H. .B. Harrison, Wichita, Kans., lanlc president, was in Washington, recently, plea-.'ing the need of an oil embargo in the interests of independent oil operators, Bliss tlune was on guard at the- bank with her trusty six-shooter. She is the only woman bank employe in the county to be deputized and goes regularly to target practice. Miss Helen Focht, student at Grin- riell college, Miss Dorothy Hutchinson who is taking a nurses training course in Chicago, are among the young persons spending their vacations with home folks. Miss Mizabeth Barnard of Fresno, Gal., student at Grinnell, is also a guest n the home of her aunt, Mrs. R. S. Austin. Wus in Minneapolis. BANCROFT -- Ruth Adolphson returned from Minneapolis Wednesday to visit her mother, Mrs. A. Adolphson. For the last year Miss Adolphson has been attending Bible school. Attends St. Olaf. BELMOND--Miss Mildred Jacobson is spending her spring vacation rom St. Olaf college, Northfield, Minn., at the parental O. T. Jacobson home. « Was in Robbed Bank. CLARION--Mr. and Mrs. Lyle 'homas and five children of Ve.s'ta, flinn., are making a week's visit vith Mrs. Henry Thomas and Mrs. H. Jones, Mrs. Thomas' mother le is cashier of the bank at Vesta that was robbed last month. Ships to Massachusetts. GREENE--Ira Ingraham shipped a carload of horses to Massachu- etts Wednesday morning. Students Expected Home. BELMOND--Miss Harriet Marin, Miss Shirley Brooks. Harley rlammond, Clarence Peterson Samel Leinbach and Claire Hill, are xneoteci home Thursday from S. U for the Easter vacation. First Child Born STACYVILLE--Mr. and Mrs. rl Brown are the parents of a aughter born Tuesday night This 3 their first child. First Child Is Born". BANCROFT--Mr. and Mrs. Mil- art Beitz are the parents of a boy orn Wednesday. This is their first lild. Visits Near Garner. GARNER--Sam Cataldo. teacher ! science and American history in he Dows high school, Is spending acation week here as a housegues't the Christian Rasmusscn home in e country. Will Return to School. GARNER--Frank Frisbie, Coe college student, will return to his work Monday after a week's vacation spent with his parents, Postmaster and Mrs. C. A. Frisbie. Frank is a senior. He played fullback on the college football team four years. Services to Be Held. HANLONTOWN--There will be communion services Thursday eve- ring at 7:45 o'clock, conducted by the Rev. H. E. Okland and again Friday afternoon at 2:15 o'clock. Easter Sunday the pastor speaks at 11 o'clock -in the English language Son Is Born. CLARION--Word was received in Clarion of the birth of a nine pound sou to Mr. and Mrs. William B. Evans, Jr., yesterday afternoon in Knoxville. The mother, a former Clarion girl, is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Smith, owner of the Colonial theater here. Are- Parents of Son. ALLISON--Mr. and Mrs. E. C Reisetter are the parents of a son born at the Hampton hospital. Class Is Entertained. . NORA SPRINGS--The Progressive class of the M. E. Sunday school was entertained Wednesday afternoon by Mrs. Victor Hemphill. Mrs. Sarah Cole is entertaining the Neighborhood club Thursday afternoon. Services Are Held. OSAGE--The various churches of Osage are engaging in a series of pre-Eaater meetings this week * -- - · * - ·«*·-·_».*«£; tiiia weeK.. The three churches who combined their evening services all winter are holding nightly services at the Methodist church. Thursday night is family communion. A baptisma! service was held at the Baptist church last Sunday evening. Visits in Minneapolis. ' OSAGE--William Calloway is spending his Easter vacation from his high school studies visiting his grandmother at Minneapolis. Teacher Still III. .. CORWlTH-Miss Evelyn Smith, fifth grade teacher, who has been III at the Mercy hospital, Mason Uity, returned home Tuesday, but will be unable to resume her school duties for several days. Came From Minnesota. LATIMER--Mrs. H. H. Roemer and son, Orland, 'from Sherbourn Minn., visited relatives and friends ,,. Come Fr "'« California. CLARION--Mr. and Mrs. J. D Mosley, who hag spent the winter in California arrived home by auto Tuesday morning. Art Instructor Home. THORNTON---Miss Louise Tabat art instructor in the school at Car- rpl, I9 spending x her spring vacation at the home of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Julius Tabat. Leave for Roclc Island LAKOTA--Mrs. John H. Meyer Mr,, and sons, John and Edward left Tuesday for Rock Island, III to attend the funeral of a sister of Mrs Meyers. v Visit With Parents. KENSETT--Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Thorson and son Gene of Fremont Webr., are spending their vacation with Mrs. Thorson's parents Mr and Mrs. Bert Knudson. They also spent a few days at Minneapolis with relatives. Was at Crystal Lake. GARNER--Miss Faith Bingham visited her aunt, Mrs. Roy W. Wallace at Crystal Lake Wednesday. ^WHITTEMORE -- Mrs. James O Brien lost four valuable cows Monday night very suddenly. The animals had been fed and later were noticed to be going in circles and dropping dead. These four young animals were the only ones in the herd affected by the stranue i disease. I Are From Emmetsburg. RUTJD--Mr. and Mrs. John Davidson and son, Darrell,from Emmetsburg helped Mrs. C. J. Carlson cele^ brate her birthday. Guest of Sister. XMRWrTH--Miss Abigail Hartwig is spending a few days at the home of her sister, Mrs. Stanley Smith at Clear Lake. Joins Bridge Gang. LELAND--Wallace Holland, son of Mrs. Maria Holland went to Fort Dodge Tuesday to join a bridge gang with whom he will be employed during the summer. Returns to Shop. ALLISON--Paul Broderick lias returned to the barber business, taking possession of his shop which has beeu operated by Will Hathaway for the past two years. Mrs. Hathaway will continue to operate the beauty parlor in connection with it. Are Parents of Son, KENSETT^Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Gill are parents of an 8 pound boy born April 1. Miss Anna Knudtson is caring for the mother and baby. Delta Club Meets. GARNER--The Delta club members met in the home of Miss Jean Carr Wednesday evening. Miss Gertrude Tobin had charge of the lesson. Miss Elizabeth Carr and Miss Marion Schissel, Grinnell college students, were guests. Recovers From Illness. EAGLE GROVE--Miss Helen Paine, taking a, course in nursing at the Lutheran hospital in Cleveland, Ohio, is recpvering from a serious case of scarlet fever there. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John S. Paine of Eagle Grove. Rockford Barber Retires After 60 Years of Work Only Two Vacations Taken by Fred Blumensteil Who Is 78.. R O C K F O R D , April 2.--FreJ Blumenstsil, one of Rockford's oldest citizens and a barber for the past 60 years, 55 of which has beeu spent here, retired from the barbering profession yesterday at the age of 78 years. Coming here from Charles City in 1S76, he had hia shop in what is known as the old hotel for one year when he buii; the building which has bean his shop for 54 years. During this time Mr. Blumensteil has enjoyed unusual health only being absent from the shop on two different occasions en account of illness. He has had only two vacations, one of which was spent attending the world's fair in Chicago in 1893 and {he other a trip to Detroit, Mich., to visit his daughter in 1928. Mr. Blumen- steil has seen many business changes as well as many improve-. ments in the town during his 55 years spent on Main street. His building will be occupied by Miss Lillian Woelfer, insurance and farm loan agent. FRED BI.UMEHSTEIL Clarion Girl Accepts Post in Pennsylvania CLARION, April 2.--Miss Margaret Buchan left for Pennsylvania yesterday. She accepted^ position in the state college as demonstrator in connection witli the Farm Bureau. She was graduated from Iowa State college at Ames last month. Father, 90, Is 111. BELMOND, April 2--Mrs. Charles Thiltgen was called to Galena, 111., Monday by the serious illness of her father. He is more than 90 years of age. JOHN PATTERSON BURIED IN OSAGE Man, 90, Formerly Living Near St. Ansgar Dies in Florida. OSAGE, April 2.--John Patterson, one of the Patterson brothers who owned the farms at Patterson's Corners east of St. Ansgar some years ago, was buried here Wednesday after a service at Campion funeral home. Mr. Patterson died at the age of 80 years at Lakeland. YOUR IOWA One Interesting Fact Every Uny About thu State You Are Proud to Call Vour Own! Iowa in 1929 raised $103,667,560 by taxation for all departments of the government, including school.-;, county, city, town and township divisions. Ten per cent of this went to slate purposes. Fla. After the death of his brother, Isaac, he left Osage and went to Florida where he made his home with his daughter, Mrs. Mary Neu- come. Chapin Home Talent Play Will Be Given Saturday CHAPIN, April 2.--The home talent play, "Bashful Mr. Bobba," given by the M. E. Aid society, will be repeated by request in the school auditorium Saturday evening. This play was given last Friday evening but owing to the stormy weather there was not a large crowd. J, B, BERDING, SHEFFIELD, DIES Funeral Services for Aged Resident Will Be Held Friday Afternoon. SHEFFIELD, April 2.--John B. Berding, 70, died at his home Wednesday following a lingering illness of seven months. Funeral services will be held Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock, conducted by the Rev. I/. W. Reuther, pastor of the Lutheran church, and burial will be made in Hillside cemetery. Mr. Berding was born in Wester- stcde, Germany, March 2, 18G1, and in 1893 came to America with his parents, locating at Rockwell until 191D when he moved to Sheffield. He leaves five children. They are: Ben B. Berding, Mason City; Mra. Anna DeVries, Albert Lea, Minn.; J. D. Berding, Swaledale; Herman Berding and Mrs. John Furness, Sheffield; also 19 grandchildren and one great-grandchild. Mrs. Berding died Feb. 19, 1029. S.S.S gave me NEW STRENGTH --i NOW FEEL FINE' 7 Hiss Pallium Miss L o t t i e Bell Pulliam, K n o x v i l l e , Tenn., writes: "My appetite Was poor. 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