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

Mason City, Iowa
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Friday, April 3, 1931
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MASON Cm? GLOBE-GAZETTE APRIL 3 ·· 1931 BIDS TO BE RECEIVED ON THREE IOWA PAVING PROJECTS HOWARD COUNTY WORK LARGEST Estimates Also to Be Made on Bridge Construction in North Iowa. AMES, April 3. UR--Bids on three paying projects in Guthrie/Howard and Pottawattamle counties Involving 11793 miles of primary highway wil! be received by the sttae highway commission at its semimonthly meeting here April 14. Chief of the projects is the paving of 11.255 miles of primary 59 in Howard county from primary .9 north Uo the Minnesota line. The other Jobs are to pave .137 miles of TJ. S. 32 at the Rock Island railroad crossing east of Casey, Guth- Tie county and .431 miles of U. S 30 ;at Honey Creek, Pottawattamle county. The commission will also receive hlds on bridge construction projects in Clay, Madison, Osceola and Winnebago counties. Jetmund 'RitesWill Be Held on Friday at Church in Dow; DOWS, April 3.--Mrs. Helet* Jet round Sage, 22, who died early yes terday morning after an illness o only a little over a week with pneu monia will be buried tomorrow i 'the Fairview cemetery. The funera will be held at the Presbyterian church, ,the Rev. R. A. Brough 1 charge. Mrs. Sage had been marrfe just three months. She lived In Dow most of her life and had been a te ephone office worker for sever years. She leaves her father, mothe four brothers and four sisters, but two brothers still at home. Carman Rites to Be Held at Nora Spring NORA SPRINGS, April 3.--Fu neral services for Edgar Garma: son of Dr. and Mrs. C. E. Garma: wlio died at Iowa City, will be he at 2 o'clock Saturday afternoon the Methodist church In charge the Rev. H. A. Crumb. Burial wi be in Rock Grove cemetery. Wor received from a brother, Harry, mail pilot In. Guatemala, stated tha he would not arrive here until Ma 1. H E R E A N D T H E R E Miscellaneous Items From 100 Globe-Gazette Correspondents in North Iowa and Minnesota Returns From California, FREDERICKSBURG -- Mr. and Mrs. Henry Leach and Mrs. L. W. each returned, from a four months rfslt in California and several other estern states. ' Serve to Sisterhood. CLARION--The March'and April ommlttee, Mrs. GranvlHe Smith, Irs. Arthur Richards, Mrs. E. L. lizemore,' Mrs.. H. E. Benson, Mrs. fohn Hoff, Mrs. Arthur Reeder, erved luncheon at the Congrega- ional church sisterhood Wednesday afternoon. Party Is Held. ALLISON--A 500 party was held n the A. HJ Werner home. Galbreth Is Speaker. PLYMOUTH--The Rev. William Galbreth of Mason City Is the speaker at the Good Friday communion services -at tha Methodist church Friday night. Guests at Jolce. JOICE--Mr. and Mrs. Gust Bjerke, Minn., visited here the past week. . · ' . ' , 1 Are at Rochester. WODEN--Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bode are at Rochester, Minn., where Mr. Bode will N go thru th'e clinic. Charles Baack ia substituting on the mall route during Mr. Bode's absence. ILeave for Bucklyn. SHEFFIELD--H. E. Davolt and Leonard Ray left Thursday for Bucklyn, Mo., called there by tho serious illness ot the former's mother. Entertains Indies Aid. SCARVILLE--Mrs. George Larson and Mrs. K. M. Larson entertained the Immanuel Ladies Aid Thursday afternoon. , Is From JTwin Lakes. JOICE--Oliver Krale; Twin Lakes, Minn., visited relatives and friends here Wednesday. Returns to Home. MITCHELL--Mrs. Eva Voight, who has spent the past six weeks with relatives at Ortonville and Dumont, Minn., has returned to her home here. Come From Freeburg. SHEFFIELD--Mr. and Mrs. G. McGowan, Freeburg, Mo.; areivlsit- ing her mother, Mrs. Bertha Cooper. Taken to Hospital. THOMPSON--Elmer . Hage'nson, farmer north of here was taken to the Irish hospital Thursday afternoon with a serious attack of a. ruptured appendix.. YOUR IOWA « One Interesting Fact Every Day About; the State You Are Frond to Call Your Own! PEP'S HER NAME Iowa's income from farm products in 1929 was larger than that of any other state. Hogs brot $265,250,000; .the animal products income was $562,700,000; cattle brot $106.158,000; poultry brot $32,917,000; bees accounted for ?622,000; oats brot 537,486,000 and timothy seed brot $1,003,000. Party Is Enjoyed. ' ROCK FALLS-- The high school students with the faculty as guests, held an April, fool party at the school gymnasium Wednesday evening. They were entertained with stunts and games, and served refreshments. Go to Minneapolis. PLYMOUTH-- Mr. and Mrs. Harry Armstrong . and son, Jay, accompanied by Mrs. A. C. McLeod, who have been visiting friends and relatives here for a- week, returned to their home in Minneapolis Thursday afternoon. Home From St. Olaf . JOICE -- Kermit Paulson, student at St. Olaf, is home for Easter vacation. Home For Vacation. GARNER-- Students -at Iowa State university who' are home to spend the Eastervvacation are Miss Mabel McMahon, Melvin Daken, Klingeaman, James Haberkamp, Cleo Elling, Thomas McMabon, Jr., and Miss Elolse Love. Is Student at Boston. ALGONA -- Mary Rice, freshman at thcr Choate school for girls in Boston, is home, spending her Easter , vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. N. C. Rice. Guests at Nora Springs. NORA SPRINGS -- Mrs. Etta Breakey had as her guests her daughter and granddaughter, Mrs. Nellie Deach and Miss Stella Deach of Clear Lake and another granddaughter, Miss Thelma Glassel of Garner. · Alberty Is Transferred. THORNTON -- Everett R. Alberty, son of .Mrs.' Cora, Alberty of Thornton has been transferred from the Union transfer terminal at Council Bluffs to the Council Bluffs and Kansas City R. P. O. The appoint- NASH Quality Bodies for Quality Gars N A. SH employs the most advanced principle of steel, wood and composite construction--the same kind of construction used in bodies for the highest priced cars. Interiors are tailored in quality mohairs," whipcords, broadcloths or genuine leather. Seat springs are exceptionally deep and restful, while arm rests are so built as to afford unusual comfort. Interior and exterior hardware is executed in chaste design, complementing the body design as a whole. Insulation against heat in summer and cold in winter is of course provided. For a new conception of modern motoring, accept a demonstration of any Nash model -- but don't permit its remarkable performance to overshadow the equally notable excellence of its body. Drive in-- soon. Delivered Prices--Cars Fully Equipped -Nothing More to Buy I Six-60 4-Door Sedan 6-cyl., 114%' Wbeelb»i« ^946 Delivered Eight-80 4-Door Sedan Vtht-iii-HtaJStraiflitElelitMttor 121'Wheelbaia Delivered Eight-77 4-Door Sedan 8-oyl., 116*4" WhtclbiM *1068 Delivered Eight-90 4-Door Sedan Vflvt-in -HtaJSlralikt EltktMtUr 124'Wheelbi» $ 1717 Delivered . . ment was effective April 1. Mr. Al- K. number of years. berty has been in the K. M. S., for a r of years. ' Move at Nora Springs. ' NORA SFRINGS-^The James Shoger family-moved to thePhineas Tuttle--residence -with, van; acreage,. 6a the west side of the fiver. Mother Is HI. WHEELERWOOD--Mr. and Mrs. Henry Tucke were called to Guttenburg by the serious Illness of the former's mother. They report her somewhat lmproved»but not out of danger, "^ - I*eave for Omaha* THOMPSON--J. W. Halvorson left by auto Thursday morning for Omaha where he will transact business and visit his son, Waldon, who {3 attending college. He was accompanied by Mrs. G. M. Lee as far as Woodbine where she will visit her daughter's family, Mr. and Mrs McVay. Are Given Party- CLARION--Mr. and Mrs. Gu Dahlgren who moved to Clarion yesterday from their farm In Wall Lake township, were given a party at the old Wall Lake church by their neighbors Tuesday night. Twenty-five 'families' were represented. Mr. ahd-Mrs. Dahlgren have lived In Wall Lake township 35 years. . ' - . · · ' . Are Parents of. Son. ROCKFORD--Mr. and Mrs. F. D. Ayres received word from Los Angeles, Cal., announcing the "birth of an 8 pound son to Mr. and Mrs. Paul Junger Tuesday. Mrs. Junger was formerly Susie Ayres. This Is the first child and has been named Billie Richard.- Returns to Duties. WHEELERWOOD--Edward De Graw, who spent a week at home, teturned Thursday morning to his duties as cow tester in Clinton Attend Wisconsin-Funeral. JOICE--Mr. and Mrs. Peter Dahlby, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. James Dahlby, left Thursday for Mt. Horeb, Wls., to be present at the funeral of a relative. . Js Athletic Director. · GARNER--Mr. and Mrs. Lester Becker are spending the Blaster vacation in the Matt Becker home. Lester Becker is athletic director In the schools of Dubuque. Arrive From Macon. SHEFFIELD--Mr. und Mrs. Ben Woodward, Mason, Mo., are visiting relatives here. Move to Farm. SCARVILLE--John Hellie and family moved from here to the farm generally known as the Gilbert Hansen farm north of town. Again In Algona. ALGONA--Attorney E. J. Van Ness is home from Rochester, where he has been for several weeks- following an operation for ulcers of the stomach. Recovers at Latlmer. LATIMER--Mrs. L. C.'Jens en'is again able to return to her home in Latimer after being ill the past 10 days at the home of her parents Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Potter. i Come From Des Moines. BANCROFT--Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Wilhelm arrived Wednesday from DCS Moines for a visit at the Peter Wilhelm home. Visits at Nora Springs. NORA SPRINGS--Mr. and Mrs. David Carter have been entertaining-Mr. Carter's cousin, B. F. Allison, whose home is in northern Minnesota. He came from a visit at Garner P. E. O. Meets. GARNER--The F. N. chapter of the P. S. O., met with Mrs. Thelma Rae Steele in her new home. Mrs. Frank Zuges gave the lesson, "Easter in the Holy Land." Rockwell to Nora Spririgs. Homo From College. ALGONA--John Mangan came home Wednesday from Omaha where he is a freshman at Creighton college to visit his mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Mangan. Society Is Entertained. LATIMER--Mrs. J.'H. Tobias entertained the M. E. L. A. S, Wednesday afternoon. A large attendance was present. Mrs. L. Christensen will entertain the society in May. ' - . Submits to Operation. . BRISTOW--Duane Ferris, son of Mr. and Mrs. K. C. Ferris, was operated on at the Lutheran hospital in Hampton Thursday morning'for appendicitis. Special Services Announced. NORA SPRINGSr-There w\ll be pecial services,, at -. the-Methodist church Sunday. There will be special music and an Easter sermon by .he pastor in the morning. In the evening a service of pictures, scripture and sacred songs will be given. Takes Rock Falls Job. ROCK FALLS--Boniface Busco- blck, given the position of foreman of the Rock Island section here the first of the year, but who instead took a similar place at Shellsburg came this week to take the job. Car Oatken, foreman for the past year left Thursday for his home a Hurley. Will Hold Services. · WHEELERWOOD--There will b special Easter services at th church Sunday. The Rev. Mr. Mllle was unable to meet his'regular ap pointment last Sunday on accoun of blockaded roads. - Enrolls In Minnesota TT. SCARVILLE--Miss ' Tilda ' Chris tianson has enrolled at the University of Minnesota for the spring term where she will receive her B. A. degree. Miss Christianson was OTTO HOLLATZ, GARNER, DIES Scratch Resulted in Fatal Blood Poisoning; Rites Will Be Sunday. GARNER, April 3.-- Otto Hollatz, 8, died at his home Thursday morning from blood poisoning that eveldped from a rusty nail scratch. Mr. Hollatz was united In marriage o Miss Elvina Bonn several years ago who with three small children urvive.- Funeral services will be held Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock at St John's Lutheran church with the Rev. Mr. Wolfram officiating. Things move /with a vim whenever this young woman Is around! She is Miss. Happy Whatley of Wichita. Falls, Te.v., pronounced- the most peppy coed on the TJntyersIty of Iowa campus, Iowa City. Tho "Queen of Pep" Is a member of Pi Epsilon Pi, national pep fraternity. Buys Store at Hayfleld. HAYFIELD, April 3.--M. M. Ed mundson of Clear Lake closed deal whereby he came into immed ate possession of the Otto Schroer merchandise stock and be gan operating the store Thursda mornnig. Mr. .Schroer will move t his farm as soon as his house completed and Mr. Edmundson wi move his family here as soon as h can get possession of the suite rooms over the store. MIGHT HAVE BEEN R I T E S H E L O R KROHNBERG, 96 Funeral Services Are Held for Aged Resident of WhittemoVe. WHITTEMORE, April 3.-- Funeral services for John Krohnberg-, 96, were held at the Lutheran church, the Rev. William Faulstick officiating. He was born at Boldeback, Mecklenberg Schwerin, Germany, on May 23, 1835. He was 'married to Minna Schultz at Parum on Oct. 10, 1867. The same year \ the couple came to America, locating at Lockport, HI. The family came to Whittemore in 1893 and settled on a farm south of Whittemore. His wife died in 1904. Three children survive, Mrs., Henry Bell, Blue Earth, Minn.; Mrs. Charles Baas, Whittemore, and Henry Krohriberg, Wells, Minn. If he had reciprocated the love of "Gussle" Wendel, sister of Ella Wendel, last of the cnor- niously rich family, who died recently and left an estate worth more than §100,000,000, a part of this estate would now be in possession of Walter Hoy (above), 90-year-old gardener of Burlington, Vt. Hoy claims that the younger Wendel sister fell in love with 'him when he was her riding master, but he married a servant girl. CRESCO WOMAN SUFFERS BURNS Gasoline Used in Cleaning Goods by Mrs. Forthun Is Ignited. CRESCO, April 3.--Mrs. Chris Forthun was badly burned on the chest and arms Thursday morning as a result of the igniting of gasoline with which she was cleaning some dress goods. She had taken jrecaution to do the work in the sack shed away from any heat and ilaze. The ignition was thot to be caused by friction. She rushed at once to the water faucet and extinguished the flames on her clothing and turned in the fire alarm. The fire company arrived in time to save the building without much damage to the home. Mrs. Forthun was taken to Mercy hospital for treatment. KELLEY'S HARP ORCHESTRA OF OSAGE Will Play for the AMERICAN LEGION OLDTIME DAKCE Saturday Night, April 4 AT THE ARMORY Admission Always 25o New ventilating system now in operation. : - Thomas He'drick, 84, W h i t t e m o r e Civil War Vet, Is Buried WHTTTEMORE, April 3.--Thomas Hedrick, 84, died at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Herman Bier- 'stedt. He was born Oct. 18, 1846, in Germany and came to America in 1851, his parents locating in Wisconsin. He enlisted in the Union army in 1863 and, was honorably discharged at Ft. Snelling in I860. He- was"? married to Willamena Rathke in 1869. She died in 1908. In 1913 he married Maggie Timen, who died in 1927. One brother, B. sister, a son and two daughters survive. Funeral services were held at the Bierstedt home. For One Person For Two Persons- Only ff.QO Additiona/-AnyRoam\ CACX ROOM WITH PRWATt BATH LEXINGTON AVEL 8,48th ST. Frank Gregson O.Lesl^.Kincaid DtrZSSSn *of American Hotels Corporation KLECKNER -NASH COMPANY 228 Second St. S. W. Phone 208 (2902 county. Cemetery Group to MceC PLYMOUTH--The Ladles Cemetery association will meet Tuesday afternoon for tie quarterly meet- Ing with Mrs.. L. S. Armstrong. Members will make plans for the summer work. . Improves at Garner. GARNER--Mrs. Milton Mertz who ftas been ill for some time rom tonsilitis is much improved and is now able to be up and about. Comes From Dubuque. WODEN--Miss Emeralda Kruse, who attends Dubuque university at 3ubuque, came to spend her vaca- iori with her parents, the Rev..and itrs. Henry Kruse. Visit at Sheffield. SHEFFIELD--Miss Ona · Mae Ingebretson, Allardyce Schaefer and Max Cadwallader, students at :he state university at Iowa City, are enjoying a vacation at their tiomes here. leaves for Iowa City. HAYTTELD--Mrs. Peter Paulsen who has been in ill health for some time went to Iowa City Wednesday where she is going thru the clinic and will submit to an operation if it i a found necessary. Is Now on Farm. SCARVILLE--Ray C. Beckman, who has been employed the past four years by the Standard Oil company, resigned and has gone to Fertile to farm. Jeffery Martinson, former resident of Scarville recently of Lake Mills, has been " t o fill the vacancy: engage'd as one of the teachers at the Grant Consolidated schools near Leyard last year and since that time has been keeping house for her father here. Entertain at Bridge. ROCKFORD--Mrs. Helen and Mrs. Virginia Smith entertained the afternoon bridge club at the former's home oh Wednesday afternoon. High score prize was awarded Mrs. Maye Leigh and Mrs. Eleanor Yenerich received second high. 7 Helps Caro for Father. CLARKSVILLE--Mrs. · Augusta Grapp is here from Iowa City «to help care for her aged father. Carl Selling, who is 92. Is Spending Vacation. , KENSETT--Miss .Stussey, who taught school here last year but now of McGregor, is spending, part of her spring vacation at the Clarence Hildreth home and with other friends. Retnrn From Jordan. SWALEDALE--Mrs. T. Strevel- er and father, H. Nickless, returned Wednesday from Jordan, Minn., where Mr. Nickless has been taking treatments for neuritis. Visit In Minneapolis. KENSETT--Mr, and Mrs: Dewey Houston and children and rMiss Margaret ] Houston, a sister, are visiting a few days in Minnesota. Donald Austead Is on the mail route during Mr. Houston's absence. ' , I.eave on Visit. KANAWHA--Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Goodrich and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Ersland were visitors at Eagle Grove Wednesday night. Father Suffers Stroke. CLARKSVILLE--Mr. and Mrs. Frank Berbolm were called to Finchford by the serious illness of her father, Charles Waldron, -who suffered a stroke while on a viait to his daughter, Mrs. Charles Mardzon. Comes From MInot. CLARKSVILLE--Mr. ,and Mrs. Henry Molesbcrry of MInot, N. Dak., are visiting his mother, Mra. Sabra Molesberry. CLOSING OUT SALE OF THE ENTIRE Foster Pharmacy Stock 101 SOUTH FEDERAL AVE. Doors Open at 9 Friday Morning THE ENTIRE STOCK OF THIS MASON CITY DRUG STORE MUST BE SOLD AT A PRICE FAR BELOW COST $1.00 TO $2.00 VALUES in Toilet Goods, Remedies and Drug 1 Sundries will be placed on sale at the unheard of price of .. : ...',.. . 50c TO $1.00 VALUES in Creams ... Lotions, C o u g h Syrups a n d Tonics will go at the very low price of..,.,.. Every Item Must Be Sold Immediately! Values up to SOc --in T a l c u m 1'owder, Pomades, Perfumes and Soap will be priced a t . . . Values to 25c --in soap, stationery, i n k s , rubber g o o d s will be sold at.. C Values up to SOc --in Powders, Soaps, Lotions, Remedies must be sold at TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THESE REMARKABLY LOW PRICES TO STOCK UP YOUR FUTURE NEEDS IN DRUGS AND TOILET ARTICLES ALLAN F. BECK, Assignee

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