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EÂ£33:,5.i,/.'i;sÂ«.-*i*!Â« MAY 8 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE _ BARN, STOCK AT ARMSTRONG BURN Zelmer, Johnson Buildings Lost; Flames' Origins Are Unknown. ELMA, May 8--Two business structures were destroyed by fire at 4-o'clock this morning. Both had been condemned recently by the city council, officers stated. One of the buildings, an old landmark, was occupied by Ben Zelmer, junk dealer, who was out of town at the time of the fire. He lived on the second floor. Twelve wagon loads of rags and a supply of kitchen utensils, which he used in trading, were in the basement. Hulda Johnson had occupied the other two story structure but had recently been taken to a home. She formerly operated a shoe store and some shoes were stored in this building The origin of the blaze is un known. JUtVESTOCK, BABN AT 4EMSTRONG BURNED ARMSTRONG, May 8-- Fire o unknown origin Monday morning destroyed the barn, hog house and granary on the Aura Churchil farm, two miles southeast of Arm* 3 When the fire was discovered, thi outbuildings were beyond saving Everything in the barn including three horses, 40 little pigs, 1,000 fr'Ehels of corn and 1,000 bushels of oats, the elevator, a truck and several other pieces of machinery H E R E A N D T H E R E Uems *Frum* ^'dobl-Gazette Correspondents in North Iowa and Minnesota PAGEANT WILL BE PRESENTED is estimated at ?3,000. I was only partly covered by insur ai-ce. _ ^_ MANYCltTSTS FOR MITCHELL Republicans and Democrats to Have Competition in Several Offices. OSAGB, May g.-- Following are the candidates for Mitchell county offices, who filed up to closing time For treasurer: Republican-- B. T. Hegland Â«it Anscir and A. T. BrooWns, Cause Dem^Slmrry G. Anaerson, Owse. an " Born at Manly. MANLT-A 7 pound toy was born to Mr. and Mrs. Ray Field Say Mr. and Mrs. John Snopek are the parents of a 10 pound girl orn Thursday. Visit at Independence. ST. ANSGAR--Mr., and Mrs. Georee Tollefson and Luther and lr and Mrs. George Halvorson Ve to Indepence Sunday to see T. Tollefson who is there for xeatment. .. Visits With Son. LYLE, Minn.--Mrs. Bertha Barnes eft for Albert Lea Saturday to spend a few weeks at the home of her son, Edwin Frank. Visitor- From IJsbon. ST. ANSGAR - Miss Berneice Ringer of Lisbon. Iowa, spent the w iend with ^ss Frances Hum- icr, principal of the St. Ansgar SCh00 V ls ltors From Wisconsin JtSftrSiSttZ** -ywrsrasK BOGSGÂ« Visitor From Minneapolis. WODEN-Miss Mildred Lawler of Minneapolis came Sunday to spend two weeks here visiting with relatives and friends. Visit at Blooralngton. SWALEDALE-Mr. and Mrs Drury and sons visited Ed Guests from Farlbault. ST. ANSGAR-- Mr. and Mrs. Al bert Thompson and family of Faribault, Minn., spent Sunday with Mrs. Thompson's sister, Mrs. Adolph Groth and family. Given Farewell 1'arty. CRYSTAL LAKE-- A farewell surprise party was held at the Kel- ogfr home in" honor of Mrs. Earnest Kellogg and daughter, Joyce, who will move soon to Sioux City to Kellogg T?n rl UrUrv IUMA *w**o - Â· Â«SKSZ*A?Kf Sgton, Hi- They were gone.Satur- day and'Sunday. Mrs. Donner Hostess. SWALEDALE--The M. E. MiS- sion cfrcle and Queen Esthers met Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. Â«Â· Jieir new home where Mr. is employed. Home From Chicago. LAKOTA--Miss Bernice Winter, who is employed in Chicago, arrived home Saturday to spend a week at the home of her parents, Mr. anc Mrs. George Winter. Visits With Parents. MESERVEY--Mrs. Arthur Bragoi of Latimer, visited here the pas 1 week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Walt Fischer. Will Meet Thursday. DUMONT--The Sorosis of th United Brethren church will be en tertained Thursday afternoon at th home of Mrs. Lloyd Margretz. As sisting hostesses will be Mrs. Ra' Boots, Mrs. Ray Jones, Mrs. Joh Boots and Miss Delpha Manifold. Entertains at Bridge. MANLY--Mrs. S. S. Westly en tertained 12 members of the Tri-cit bridge club at her home Friday eve ning. Miss Rosalie Greenwalt o Mason City was an out-of-tow guest. Prizes were won by Mrs. C N. Housh and Miss Greenwalt. Present Tap Dance. GENEVA--One of the features of he dance given Saturday night for the benefit of the kittenball team, Â·as a tap dance by Mildred June and Marilyn Clock. Go to Spirit Luke. WODEN--Dr. and Mrs. W. L. indall, children and Mr. and Mrs. acob Helm were fishing at Spirit ake Sunday. Guests From Chicago. MESERVEY--Mr. and Mrs. Job: Pals of the Woolworth stores, Chiago. are here on a two weeks' va ation with Mr. Pals' parents and ither relatives. Visit in DCS Moines. SWALEDALE--Mr. and Mrs George Urbatch and Mr. and Mrs *osco Carr spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs. F. E. Hales in. Des Moine- Are Parents of Son. " DUMONT--An 8 pound son wa born Sunday evening to Mr. an Mrs. Ernest Cuvelier. They have on other boy and five girls. Goes to Rochester. BRADFORD--Mrs. Fred S George has gone to Rocheste Minn., to care for her sister, Mr Siert Schoon who has been serious' ill for the past several weeks. Home From Beloit. LYLE, Minn.--Miss Adeline La tine arrived home from Beloit, low where she has been teaching in th children's home to spend her vac tion with her parents, Mr. and Mr K. O. Lastine. lans for Achievement Day at Rockford May 18 Are Made. ROCKFORD, May 8.--Home pro- ect leaders are busy preparing for chievement day to be held at Rock- ord Friday, May 18. A great oeal f work is involved in preparing osters and other material for the emonstrations. There will be five r six townships which will give emonstrations. A feature of the lay will be a pageant which vas resented at the 1933 Farm Bureau onvention. . The tentative program which has been arranged by Mrs. Hillman, county chairman, is as follows: 10 a. m., community staging, demonstrations, talk by president of Farm Bureau; piano number, demonstrations, talk by county chairman. Noon, picnic lunch. 1 p. m. community singing, talk by county agent, demonstrations, pageant, 4-H number, vocal duet, talk by judge. Mrs N. May Larson of the Extension Service will judge the demonstrations. Crossing Flagman at Des Moines Is Killed When Struck by Train DBS MOINES, May 8. (/T)--Louis Marasco, 67, o.f Des Moines, crpss- Boyce Brier of the San Francisco Chronicle won the Pulitzer prize for a distinguished example of a reporter's work during the year. He received the award for his account oÂ£ the lynching ot John Holnies and Thomas Thurmond at San Jose, Cal. (Associated Press Photo). Union Railway company, was kille when struck by a train while work ing in the railroad yards early t day. His body, carried half a bloc from the point where he worke was found on the main line trac Officials had not determined wh train struck him, or how the ace dent occurred. Coroner William Ca teel Removed rrom Rake Mechanic's Eye Bcnford Ingebretson, auto me- hauic of Rake, was admitted to the ark hospital at Mason-City about o'clock Monday evening for an eration on his left eye for the removal of a piece of steel. Mr. Inge- retson was struck in the eye by the ying steel as he was hammering n his shop late Monday afternoon, he steel was removed from the ye with a special magnet. WRIGTTlOTfP TO HOLD SESSION Speakers Are Announced for Christian Education Convention. EAGLE GROVE, May 8.--The fifty-ninth annual Wright county Christian education convention will be held Wednesday at the Congregational church, opening with registration at 9 a. m. Devotions, study groups by Mrs. C. S. Gladfelter of Clarion, O. G. Herbrecht, Walter Hutton and the Rev. A. H. Ander"on of Des Moines will be followed by an address by Mr. Herbrecht After luncheon and study groups with Mrs. A. S. Kiltaourn, Eagle Grove Mr. Anderson and Mr. Her brecht as leaders, Mr. Hutton wiU speak The Rev. W. S. Handy of Goldfield will also be heard. Speaa music and an address by the Rev H S Fauske of West Side Lutheran church will be featured in the eve ning. 300 MERCHANTS HOLD GATHERING Des Moines Group Entertains at Iowa Falls; Talks Are Given. IOWA FALLS, May 8--The manufacturers and jobbers division of the Des Moines Chamber of Com- nerce entertained at a gathering of 300 retail merchants from Ackley, Alden, Popejoy, Dows, Buckeye Hubbard, Eldora in Iowa Falls last evening The Des Moines delegation, numbering about 60, arrived here about 4 o'clock Monday afternoon and was met by local businessmen with autos. The visitors were taken to the business district where calls were made on local merchants. L^ter the Des Moines visitors went to the Country club where dinner was served. The dinner was followed by a. varied program at which President N. S. Huntingdon presided Following the greetings to the visitors, he introduced Will E. Tone of Des Moines who acted as toastmaster for the evening. Mayor Dwight N. Lewis of Des Moines and H. A. Albers, chief of the Des Moines police department, gave talks. Suffers Broken Leg. CLARKSVILLE, May 8.--Barrel, 5 months old son of Mr. and Mrs.. Fred Miller, suffered a broken leg when his 12 year old sister, Lucile, fell from a doorway while carrying him. He was taken to Mercy hospital, Waverly, for treatment. penter said he would investigate. From St. VtaO. WHEELERWOOD--Mr. and Mrs. B P DeGraw drove to St. Paul Satto stay with Mr. DeGraw's a few days. They expected to return Tuesday. Mr DeGraw s mother has beeen quite sick. Discuss Fair Plans. ROCKWELL--The IDL 4-H club of Batt iownship n*t at the home of Lucile Bergman Friday evening The evening was spent d'STMf "accessories" and fair plans. The next meeting will be held at Kath- Ivn Bergman's. At Rites in Fort Dodge. DOWS--Mr. and Mrs. JM State Saturday fended the funeral of Mr. State's brother, George State Ft " Going to Convention. GARNER--Mrs. I. C. Hastings, l"* Â· and L. o??TM' penScmtlc-Hearst R. Duncan, Â£S*Â«Â»-IÂ« S. Otemler, St. . H. B. supervise, second district: I Oscar L. Krogstad, Osage, and HuÂ»en, St Ansear. Democrat!' Dockstader, Otranto^ Mathias Staffacher, 75, Ackley, Succumbs n p PI?a/Lion in t* "^ v * ton to attend the P. E. 0. conven- Submits to Operation. BANCROFT--Charles Baker was operated on Monday morning at U?e Wohnke hospital. Mr Baker 13 apartner in the Baker and Williams barber shop here. Patient at Hospital. HAMPTON--Mrs. Tom Estep is a patient in the Lutheran hospital where she underwent a major operation. _ _, Principal Is DL LELAND--Florence Rorvik, prin- who died at his home east of Ackley Sunday after Â» few days' illness following a stroke of paralysis,, will be conducted at the First Evangelical church by the Rev. F. W. Wendland. The body will be placed in the mausoleum in the Oakwood cemetery "Mr. Stauffacher was born Dec. 29 1858 in Canton Glarius, Switzer- land and came to America with his parents in 1864, living in Green county, Wis., until he came to Ackley in 1888. - . Surviving are the widow, one son, Raymond, three daughters, Mrs David A. Voy, Ackley; Mrs. J. HOT ace Van Nice, Waukon; Mrs. Paul Schnabel, Hampton; 11 srandcjul- dren, 8 sisters, Mrs. Minard Babler, 'Mrs. Lizzie Church, Reuwick; Mrs. Maggie Phillips, Pasadena, Cal.; Mrs. Anna Walter, Monroe, Wis.; Mrs. Barbara Norder, Mrs. J. Peabody Albany, Wis.; Mrs. Dora Holder and Mrs. Kate Tinnow of Winneconne, Wis. 1,500 at Anniversary of Swea City Church SWEA CITY, May 8--More than 1500 attended the fifth anniversary of the Imrnanuel Lutheran church Sunday. The Immanuel Lutheran church is a merger of the Zion Lutheran church of Swea Â· township and the Davids Lutheran church of Swea City. .The Zion Lutheran church was organized in 1875. Dr A D. Mattson of the Augus- tana'Theological seminary of Rock Island gave the address. A community dinner was held at noon and services were held during the day and evening. The Rev. Raymond Swanson is pastor of the Immanuel Lutheran congregation. Starts On Trip to Cuba. WESLEY, May 8.--Miss Delia Goete sister of Mrs, Will Ward and ' Otto" Goetz of Wesley, left Monday morning for Miami, Fla., from where she will leave by plane for Cuba for a two months business trip as secretary to an official of the firm for which she works in Washington, D. C. Bnvs Shine Parlor. BANCROFT-Wilfred Droesj er Par local high ._ nunt of having -- Home From Illinois. CHAPIN--Mr. and Mrs. Henry Gerber and Mrs. R. C.Pas turned home, Sunday from days' visit with their relatives at Home From Albia. GR4FTON--Ruben Kanzenbach, who is stationed at. the reforestation camp at Albia, is home visiting Ms parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Kanzenbach. Visit at Ames. LONERQCK--Mr. and Mrs. N: L. Cotton spent the week-end m Ames with their daughter and family the Harley Shellitos. Mrs. Otto Vo'ight and two sons and Mr. and Mrs. Edward Olson,' all of Austin, Minn., spent the week-end at the Ernest Priebe home. The August Schaumberg family drove; to Buffalo Center Sunday, visiting Mrs. Schaumberg's brother, Harm Boeck- Â· Return From San Antonio. WESLEY--Mr. and Mrs.' Julius Kunz returned from a two weeks trip which took .them as far south as San Antonio where they visited brother of Mrs. Kunz. They aJso visited a brother at St. Joe, Mo., and the Marshall family at Oklahoma City, Mrs. Marshall being the former Miss Veronica Glenn, grade teacher here a few years ago. Home Over Week-End. OSAGE--Miss Bess Penney, an Osage girl who holds an insurance office position in Des Moines, John Penney a senior at Drake university, who has a teaching position for next year in southeastern Iowa, Mrs Robert Wright and small son of St. Louis and Mary Penney of Osage and Lynn Penney were at the A. W. Penney home for the week-end. Grant Torney came from Des Moines Sunday and took his mother, Mrs. L. W. Torney, home with him for a fortnight visit. Tennis Court Opened. LELAND--Ive Ozmun's new tennis court was opened for games Sunday. He recently placed four tourist cabins in the lot just east of his filling station near the paving. Will Be Honored. CRYSTAL LAKE--A miscellaneous shower will be held Thursday afternoon in the Methodist church basement in honor of Mrs. Maynard Powers who was married re' Marian Davis of Oelwem. The clean Center Leaves are th Luckies are all-ways kind to your throat As you can see from this picture-Luckies' fine, smooth'quality doesn't just happen --for we use only the clean center leaves! Only the dean center leaves--for which farmers are paid higher prices--for the center leaves are the mildest leaves--they taste better. Then-" If s toasted"-for throat protection. And every Lucky is fully packed with these choice tobaccos- made round and firm-free from loose ends-thaf s why Luckies "keep in con- Â· ' dition"-do not dry out Luckies are always in all-ways kind to your throat. "It's toasted" V Luckies are aU-ways kind to your throat il Only the Center Leaves-these are the Mildest Leaves 34. THo Amerlcm ToDicco Crawa.