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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 24

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^^-rf^s^w^v^^.i^JV^y ^' I TM^ J ^^r^Wr^''^'" t ^' 1 ' ^"*' MAY 5 1934 _ _ TWENTY-FOUR 8TH DISTRICT STATE OFFICERS WILL BE HEARD Program Announced; Many North lowans to Give Talks, Reports. FORT DODGE, May 5.--Details of the eighth district spring meeting 'of the American Legion and auxiliary to be held here Tuesday have been announced. Preparations are being made to entertain large delegations from various North Iowa posts and units in. the district. "=.The Legion program for the afternoon session, beginning at 2 ' o'clock with James I. Dolliver, district commander, presiding will be: Opening ceremonial--Prayer, Father W F Mason 'of Ayrshire, district chaplain; Vic Stueland,. vice commander, Forest City, in charge of colors. ·Reports of county commanders: Boone--William Evans, Madrid; Calhoun--Edgar M. Miles, Rockwell City; Carroll--Bmil J. Kuhl, Manning; Crawford--Jacob Johnson, Denison; Emmett--W. R. Thorndyke, Estherville; .Greene --Ray Morton, Churdan; Hamilton -Charles A. Doughton, Webster City; Hancock--Walter Dirksen, Woden; Humboldt--Ole Fjetland, Humboldt; Kossuth--Leon Merritt, Algona; Pocahontas--Tony Sargent, Fonda; Winuebago--Joe Graham, Forest City. Committees Will Report. Reports of District committeemen: Junior baseball, Harry Wilson; "raves registration, L.' D. Prewitt; Americanism, Dr. 1 J. Weber; marksmanship, R. E; Kautzky; unemployment, K. S. Berry; highway safety, Maurice Standley; community service, Theo T. Herbst; legislative, Franklin Jaqua; aeronautics Fred Hudson; boys' work, W. R Thorndyke.. ·".. ' Addresses--Glenn L. Gray, department vice commander, Rockwei: City; Frank Miles, dept. publicity director, editor Iowa Legionaire Des Moines; R. J. "Skin" Laird department adjutant, Des Moines; greetings, Dept. Commander Leo J Duster, Cedar Rapids, and muXc Rusty Hinge quartet of Mason City. ' Auxiliary Program Announced. The auxiliary program, starting at 9:45 o'clock in the morning will include: Advance of colors, Mrs. W. R. Thorndyke, president Estherville unit, and 'Mrs. K. B. Valentine, president Boone unit; salute and pledge to the flag,, Mrs. M.-M. Friedman, president Forest City unit; "Star Spangled Banner," Marie Miller McGinnis, district music chairman. Preamble, Mrs. -V. E. Naudain, president Algona unit; welcome greetings, Mra. W. J. Heckman, \rt Dodge unit; response, Mrs. C. 3. Wilson, president Britt unit; in- Toduction of guests and district executive board; greetings, Marie Standley, department vice president; Martha Whisler, district vice committeewoman; Olive Moe Colins, district historian; Mrs. Harold Schill, department chairman, Americanism and national defense; Ann Erickson, district Fidac chairman; Mrs. Fern Tredway, district radio chairman; Sadie Denton, pub- icity chairman. Election of district officers. Skits -- Rehabilitation, Hancock county; community service, Boone county; Clara, 'Lu, and Em, Poca- lontas county; membership, Greene county; radio, Calhoun county. Greetings, James Dolliver, district commander; Leo Duster, department commander. Joint Banquet Planned. After lunch, skits to be presented will be: Child Welfare by Palo Alto county; Iowa Legionaire by Kossuth county, Fidac by Winnebago county; Past President's Parley by Emmet county; a quartet contest in charge of Marie Miller McGinnis and .Our President's dream by Webster county. Greetings will be given by Winifred Niggemeyer, department president; Myrton Skelley, department secretary, and W. Earl Hall, past department commander.. The Rusty Hinge quartet will furnish music. The joint banquet at 6:30 o'clock in the evening will be presided over by Commander Dolliver and Mrs Underkofler. Musical features wil be followed by addresses of welcome by George Schiedel, Fort Dodge post commander, and Mra W. J. Heckman, local unit presi dent. Addresses will be given by Mr Miles,'Mr. Laird, Mrs. Niggemeye and Commander Duster. Dancing and other entertainment features will follow. TUESDAY AT FORT DODGE Past Noble Grands Meet. CLARKSVTLLE--A company of 80 attended the aid day meeting of the Butler county park noble grand meeting here. There were fiesta from Waterloo, Marshalltown Ind Conrad besides the Mrs. B. Strawn, 88, Succumbs at Greene GREENE, May 5.--Mrs. B Strawn, 88, died at the home of her brother, Asa Woods, south of Greene. Her home was at Mason City but she had been ill with gan- green in one foot' while here for some time. Heavy rains are saving crops near Buenos Aires, Argentine, from the drought. H E R E A N D T H E R E Miscellaneous Uems From* ^'dobe-Gazette Correspondents in North Iowa and Minnesota regular Greene, members from Dumont, Shell Rock and Clarksville. Submits to Operation. BRISTOW--Mrs. John H. Miller is n the Hampton hospital for an operation Mrs. Miller's parents and sister, Mr. and Mrs. John H. Piper and Miss Florence from New Rockford N. Dak., arrived Tuesday to e at the hospital with their daugb- ,er and sister during the operation. Class Banquet Held. LONEROCK -- The junior-senior banquet was held at Hotel Kermore n Emmetsburg. The theme was based on a ship which the seniors had cruised on for four years which was just anchoring. Participating were Margaret Householder, Imogene Roderick, Coila Jane Hollister, Margaret Gladstone, Dorothy Bierstedt,, Roy Leeper, Verne Dacken and Phillip Reilly. leave for Washington. GENEVA--Mr. and Mrs. Henry Becker left Wednesday for Ana- corts, Wash., where they will make their home. They were accompanied bv Earl Hicks who will drive for them. Mr. Hicks win visit his brother, Frank and family before returning. ' Kcturns to Home. THOMPSON--Mrs. L. Lorentzen, who has been utaying with her daughter, Mrs. W. H. Dickerson of Clear Lake the past three months, returned to. her. home here Thursday. Mrs. Golman of Clear Lake will care for her. Mrs. Lorentzen's health is good and she is celebrating her ninety-second birthday May 4. Leave for Minneapolis. WODEN--C. A. Lawler left for Minneapolis Friday where he will spend an indefinite time with his daughters. Are Parents of Son. LEDYARD--Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Sullivan are parents of a son, born at the hospital in Whittemore. Return From Montezuma. WODEN--Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Lindall returned home from Montezuma Friday evening where they spent a few days with relatives. Mrs. Will Tindall returned to Montezuma after a few days' visit here. YOUR IOWA An Interesting Fact Dally About the State Vou Are Proud to CaU Your Own! Iowa ranks fourth in the number of cow testing associations in operation. . Home From Watertown. WHITTEMORE--Mrs. Will Rusch and daughter, Marian, arrived home from Watertown, Wis., after visit- tag the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Bliese. Class Banquet Postponed. NORA SPRINGS--The junior- senior banquet which is to be served "by the Progressive class in the Methodist church parlors, was postponed from Friday evening until Saturday evening because the high school baseball team played at Elm a. ' Recovering at Hospital. HAMPTON--Miss Geraldine Cronan is convalescing at the Lutheran hospital where she underwent an emergency operation for appendi- citic Wednesday night. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Cronan. Teacher Is Elected. WHITTEMORE--Francis Hurley of Elkader has been hired as the home economics teacher for the coming year. She was hired to fill the vacancy left by Florence Lynch. Will Plan Memorial Day. NORA SPRINGS--The Legion . . . . . . a n d LOOKING FOR A PLACE TO LIVE Ruins More nan SHOES T HROBBING feet, tattered temper, upset digestion and an evening utterly ruined . . . result of "shopping" for a room, apartment or house. Such was the experience, years ago, of many who went out searching for a place to live. The places for rent were not advertised in those days, as they are today, and it was the custom to start out looking, and walking and walking, trying to find a suitable place to hang up your hat. There's wiser way today. Simply sit back in an easy chair--and glance through the Classified columns of the Globe-Gazette. Check the Rental ads that appeal to you. Compare the various places offered --the locations, desirability, rental, etc. Jot down the addresses of the ones that impress you favorably--and you are ready to start on a short inspection trip. That's all there is to it, today--and no need to walk block after block searching for a place to live. There's no grief to armchair shopping for a room, apartment, or house. Besides, it's easier and so much more satisfactory as compared to the "wondering-walking-looking" method which is now out-of-date. READ THE WANT-ADS IN THE GLOBE-GAZETTE auxiliary will meet Monday at the home of Mrs. Minnie Benedict. The Legion will meet Monday evening and make plans for Memorial day. 5G Taking Examinations. RICEVILLE -- Fifty-six seventh and eighth grade pupils from west- em Howard county and eastern Mitchell county are taking examinations in the assembly room of the high school at Riceville Saturday. Miss Pauline Roach is conducting the examinations. Will Be Entertained Friday. LEDYARD--The W. F. M. society will be entertained Friday afternoon at the home of Mrs. George Thompson. The devotional leader will be Mrs. Howard Mayne and the study leader Mrs. D. B. Mayer. Gives Address at Rudd. NORA SPRINGS--The Rev. J. E. De Long, pastor of Nora Springs Methodist church, gave the address at the father and son banquet held at the Methodist church in Rudd Friday evening. JjCaves lor Rochester. GOLDFIELD--Mrs. Charles Nobles left Friday for Rochester, Minn., where she will enter the clinic for medical examination. Seniors Go to Fertile. JOICE--The high school seniors had their "sneak day" Thursday. They went to Fertile for a picnic. Pupils Write Exams. GARNER--Examinations in civics were taken by 45 pupils of the rural schools in this vicinity at the courthouse Thursday .and Friday under the direction of Mrs. Bella Peterson, deputy superintendent. Superintendent J. R. Baggs had charge of a similar group at Britt. to visit her brother and sister-in- law, Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Bliem. Return From Rapids. WESLEY--Dr. L. L. Pfeffer returned from Cedar Rapids where he attended a three session meeting of the State Dental society. School Events Held. KANAWHA--The seniors of the local high school observed "Skip day." The day was spent at Lake Cornelia roller skating and picnicking. The juniors banqueted the seniors Friday evening in the M. E. church dining room. Delegates are Elected. MARBLE ROCK--At the republican caucus here Thursday evening the following delegates to the Floyd county convention were named: R. D Walster, A. J. Ackley, William Barth, F. W. Bower, W. R. Smith, C. E. Sours, Mrs. Charles Schultz, Silas Maxson, Lucy Moore, Ralph Wilson, C. R. Gates. Return From Rapids. MANLY--Dr. and Mrs. Gerald Schaefer returned from Cedar Rapids Thursday. They attended the state dental convention and visited friends. Visitor From Cedar Rapids. PROTIVIN--Milo Vislisel from Cedar Rapids visited at the Paul Landa's home. Visitor From Des Moines. LEDYARD--Mrs. Frank Redinger of Des Moines is here visiting her mother, Mrs. Blanche Jenks. Bride-to-Be Honored. LAKOTA--About 60 attended a miscellaneous shower Thursday evening at the M. E. church parlors in honor of Miss Loraine Smith, who will marry Robert H. Clemans on Thursday, May 10. Leaves for Perham. MANLY--Mrs. Bret Finch left yesterday for Perham, Minn., where she will visit relatives and friends. Recovering From Pneumonia. PROTIVTN--Louis Kubik, who suffered an attack of pneumonia, is recovering. Mrs. Crawford OL ORCHARD--Mrs. George Crawford is ill at her home on East Main street. Guests From California. KANAWHA--Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Kirkeberg and son, Bobby, Ft. Dodge, and Mr. and Mrs. Porter of Pasadena, Cal., were guests in the C C. Lucas home on Wednesday. Mr. Kirkeberg and Mrs. Porter are cousins of Mrs. Lucas. Taken to Rochester. NEW HAMPTON--Dr. ,F. S. Feeney, prominent New Hampton physician was taken to Rochester, Minn., late Friday. Visitors From Minneapolis. PROTIVIN--Mr. and Mrs. Mike Blazek of Minneapolis visited Mr. BRIDGE WILL BE IN USE MONDAY New Structure Over Turkey River Is Given Second Coat of Paint. CRESCO, May 5.--The new I beam concrete bridge spanning Turkey river at New Orgeon, on Dvorak highway two and a half miles south of Cresco, will be opened to traffic Monday morning. The time limit will then have expired for the concrete to harden, having been finished three weeks ago. The I beams and side railings have '~eeen given another coat of paint, 'ivhich with the whole structure 'presents a fine appearance. The contractors were Waugh and Tackmau Construction company of Waverly. Most of the detour has been over the Mitchell Creek bridge, a wooden structure over a small stream a half mile west of the new one, which has accommodated the heavy traffic until a few days ago when it collapsed under a heavy load, and required the aid of a tractor and several men to extricate the loaded truck from the bed of the creek. Blazek's mother, who is ill. Guest From Iowa City. ROCK FALLS--Mrs. Elizabeth Roebuck of Iowa City came Friday Bassett Farmer Found Guilty for First Time Despite 20 Warrants NEW HAMPTON, May 5.--Joe Cero, Bassett farmer, Friday received his first jail sentence for violating a liquor injunction. Judge H. E. Taylor, Waukon, sentenced Cero to three months in the Chickasaw county jail. Thirty-two years ago Cero came into contact with the law, since that time he has had 20 warrants served on him and this was the first time that he has been found guilty. Rockford Seniors to Give "Dutch Detective" ROCKFORD, May 5.--The senior class of Rockford high school will present a class play, "The Dutch Detective," a farce comedy in three acts at the high school auditorium on Tuesday and Wednesday evenings. The cast is Dick Schriever, Raymond Koehler, Richard Gish, Russell Palmer, Glenn Crowd!, Lorena Koepke, Jeanette Popham, Nelletta Binek, Helen Meader, Esther Bowen. The staff is Melvin Brown, Marcus Schumacher, Beulah Norman, Mable Trettin, Marjory Mooberry, Marjory Alfred. Music will be furnished by the school orchestra and the play is being directed by Miss Louise Renner, junior high school teacher. Hartfiel, Formerly of Northwood, Elected to Vienna Medical Office NORTHWOOD, May D.--Word has been received that Dr. Herbert A Hartfiel, former Worth county coroner and health officer for Worth, had been elected vice president of the American Medical association of Vienna. He has also been named chairman of the executive committee and orientation member for the pathology and anatomy. Dr. Hartfiel conducted the practice of medicine at Northwood until the late summer of 1933. He is specializing in surgery and x-ray work at Vienna. THREE ARE SENT TO PENITENTIARY Two Sentenced for Larceny atSweaCity; One for Wesley Thefts. ALGONA, May 5.--Ike Miller of Spirit Lake and V. S. Griffin were Thursday sentenced to the state penitentiary at Anamosa each on charges of larceny in the night. Their sentences were not to exceed 10 years. The case developed from hides which were stolen at Swea City a couple of weeks ago. They were taken to the penitentiary by Sheriff Carl Dahlhauser Friday. A. B. Pannkuk of Wesley was also taken Friday by Sheriff Dahlhauser to the state penitentiary .at Fort Madison on a charge of larceny of poultry. His sentence is not to exceed five years. The poultry was taken at various times from around Wesley since Jan. 1. Businessmen Sponsor Show. JOICE, May 5.--The businessmen of Joice sponsored an open air moving picture show Thursday evening. Another show will'be given next Wednesday evening. Far from being the type ol hero usually accorded such an honor, John Dilllnger, notorious Indiana desperado, nevertheless, will bo perpetuated through the ages in stone. This photo shows the limestone bust made of Dillinger by August Mack, 52 year old stone cutter residing near Bedford, Ind. Using newspaper photographs of the outlaw as models, Black completed the bust in two weeks. Note the wooden gun at the base, a symbol of Dillinger's escape from the Crown Point, Ind., jail with a piece of wood he had fashioned into a gun. Jensen Named President of Lonerock P. T. A. Group LONEROCK, May 5.--The Par- nt-Teachers' association Thursday vening elected: President, E. M. ensen; vice president, Mrs. W. J. Jolton; secretary and treasurer, Mrs. Eugene Hofius. "The Ransom f Red Chief," a puppet play, was dven by the junior high. A girls' ctet sang between acts. An ex- ibit of school work for the past year was on display. Mrs. MacGregor Gives Talk at Nora Springs NORA SPRINGS, May 5.--The Harmony club held guest day Thursday afternoon with a 1 o'clock dinner served in the Methodist church parlors by the calendar circle. About 2 o'clock the .members and their guests, 34 in number, went to the home of Mrs. O. L. Hansen where Mrs. H. V. MacGregor of Ma- SCT City gave a talk on Hans Christian Anderson, whose birthday was in April. Mrs. Dunlop of Charles City, county president of the Federated Womea clubs, gave a talk. Mrs. Sena Olson, 75, West Union, Succumbs WEST UNION, May 5.--Mrs. Sena Olson, 75, died Friday at her home in West Union after an illness of one week. She was the widow of Andrew B. Olson, a prominent farmer and politician of Dover township. Both Mr. and Mrs. Olson were born in Norway. She is survived by brothers and sisters as follows: Julia Olson, Mrs. W. A. Anderson, West Union; Mrs. Peter Wolfs, Ossiau; Lars Olson and Mrs. Norman Andress, in Oregon; Amon Olson in Canada. Her surviving children are Mrs. Ole' Olson, Mrs. Lauris Nelson, John A. Olson, West Union; Mrs. Amon Chensvold of Athabaska, Alberta, Canada. Foshay and Henley Pardon Application Reported Rejected WASHINGTON, May 5. UP)--The department of justice announced it had rejected the application for pardon of W. B. Foshay and H. H. Henley, Minnesota utilities operators, convicted of using the mails to defraud. The men have been sentenced to Leavenworth penitentiary for 15 years. FREE Guitar Lessons VANCE MUSIC CO. JS' 1 COMPLETE RADIATOR and BATTERY SERVICE Central Battery Electric Company Young Republicans at Dumont Elect Officers DUMONT, May 5.--The young republicans met Thursday evening at the city hall with about 50 in at- :endance and organized with the ollowing officers: President, F. C. Whitaker; secretary, Raymond Pfaltzgraff. Speakers were A. D. Scougal, Shell Reck; W. A. Davidson, Allison; G, R. Blake, Shell lock, candidate for county attorney, and the Rev. F. P. Shaffer, Dumont. Phone Ate-Ate-Ate BEFORE IT'S TOO LATE Great Heart is fine fuel. We'll want some more next winter. It sure did all yon said it would. QUALITY COAL ONLY FIRESIDE FUEL COMPANY Turner, Emmetsburg G.O.P. Leaders Meet EMMETSBURG, May 5.--Dan Turner of Corning, former governor of Iowa, who is seeking the republican nomination in the present gubernatorial campaign, conferred with Palo Alto county republican leaders here Friday morning in an informal meeting at the city hall. He told the group that the present campaign is a fight between public utility and private interests as against those who would champion the interests of the farmer and the small businessman in Iowa. Turner left Emmetsburg for Algona, where he was to confer with a similar group. Titonka Farmer Is Hurt When Team Is Frightened TITONKA, May 5.--George Prosperi is at the Kossuth hospital at Algona recovering from injuries received at the Gordon Housen farm where he is employed. While he was operating a disc, the horses became frightened and ran away throwing him under the disc. One of his knees was bruised and he received other minor cuts and bruises. Juvenile Camp Reorganized. CRESCO, May 5.--At the regular meeting of the Royal Neighbors, with a picnic supper, Thursday evening, the juvenile camp was reorganized with the following officers: Lovene Peter, junior oracle; Norma Jean Eaton, junior vice oracle: Marjorie Parchman, junior recorder; Earl Stevens, junior mar- shall; Franklin Searcy, assistant junior marshall; Lovene Eaton, junior patriotism. Mclntyre Is Elected Fire Chief at Cresco CRESCO, May 5.--The Cresco fire department Friday elected C. C Mclntyre chief: Arthur Eicheid, assistant chief; George Hamilton, second assistant; Harry Barth. secretary and treasurer. W. H. Dean, Ray Hardy and George Mead were elected to membership. Mrs. McCauley, Aged Woman at Cresco, Dies CRESCO, May 5.--Mrs. Bernard F. McCauley, 78, died Thursday at the home of her son, Clem McCauley, nine miles west of Cresco. She is survived by her husband and seven grown children. Burial will be at Waucoma Saturday. Boy Falls in Ashes. CORWITH, May 5.--Roland. 3, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harvy Hankins, west of town, suffered severe burns on both hands Wednesday when he fell off his tricycle into a pile of hot ashes in the yard at his home. A Bank for Everybody N O deposit is too small--and^no depositor is too inconsequential to deserve our complete attention. This bank is ready at all times to offer helpful service regarding all banking matters and glad to give information and suggestions pertaining to business transactions. Farmers, business and professional people, employes, housewives--everyone--will always find courteous, competent service at the First National--one of Iowa's oldest financial institutions. This strong bank is here, to serve this entire community and we cordially invite you to take full advantage of the service available in the various departments. First National Bank MASON CITY, IOWA Affiliated with Northwest Bancorporation

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