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Mason City, Iowa
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Wednesday, May 9, 1934
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TEN MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE MAY 9 1934 ; HAMPTON AND DECORAH MEN TO AID DEBT CONCILIATIO: 7 IN STATE ARE CO-ORDINATORS Seek "More Satisfactory" Settlements, Announces Merritt Greene. DBS MOINES, May 9. OT--Appointment of seven district co-or- dinatora to assist county debt conciliation committees in effecting "more satisfactory" debt settlements were announced today by Merritt Greene, vice chairman of the Iowa farm debt advisory council. The co-ordinators said by Greene to be "well Informed on the farm debt situation aa its exists today,' are: W. W. White of Spirit Lake; A Slip those hot feet into a pair of our cool, ventilated shoes, and know what summer comfort really means. There's a whole summer ahead of you--and the weather forecast is "Hot and Dry." So don't delay--get yours this week, and be ready for more hot days. The standard m a k e s are here--the ones that are accepted as t h e headliners. $5-00 $6.50 $8.50 NICHOLS and GREEN W. Wolf of Hampton; I. W. Brunt of Decorah; C. D. Moore of Urbana; Adrian C. Bowers of Le Mars; Quinton W. Wood of Logan and William Griffin of Riverside. Greene said the co-ordinators "have been appointed so that a more personal contact might, exist between the state office and the individuals it serves. A majority of the casea presented to the committees or the state office demand immediate action. "Many times these settlements, due to the shortness of time, are not as satisfactory as they might have been if more time had been allowed. It is felt that with the district coordinators in the field many cases which demand refinancing may be anticipated through a more thorough knowledge of conditions as they exist in a certain district. As a result more settlements and more satisfactory settlements should be brought about." The co-ordinators will begin work immediately; Greene said. TWO YOUTHS ARE GIVEN PAROLES Petitions Making Requests Signed by 100 Aredale Residents. ALLISON, May 9.--Paroles have been granted by Judge T. A. Beardmore to Lloyd Creeden, sentenced Dec. 2 of last year, to serve one year in the county jail for stealing a slot machine, and Dale Allen who began a year sentence last October for stealing hogs. Creeden was paroled to his mother, Mrs. Ethyl Creeden of Aredale, and Sheriff Henry Burma, and Allan was paroled to his grandfather, A. D. Allen of Aredale. and Sheriff Burma. Petitions asking for the release of both young men had been signed by 100 Aredale residents. Mrs. Richardson Named President at Algona P.T.A. Final Session ALGONA, May 9.--The last meeting of the P. T. A. for this season was held at the high school Monday night with a large crowd present. Officers elected were: President, Mrs. Richardson; vice president, Mrs. A. A. Bishop; secretary, John G. McDowell, and treasurer, Mrs. A. E.'Mitchell. Two delegates were elected to go to Des Moines for the* national meeting soon. They were Mrs. A. E. Mitchell and Mrs. V. H. Coffin. Miss -Battle._ Wilson and..Mrs. V. H. Coffin each gave a report «h the district meeting held 'at Fort Dodge recently. Plans were announced for the summer rund-up plan sponsored by the P. T. A., the purpose of this was explained and it was also asked to have the co-operation of the doctors and dentists for this work. H E R E A N D T H E R E » » » » * » » » · · * » * » » » * » » Miscellaneous Hems From 125 Globe-Gazette Correspondents in North Iowa and Minnesota sttl pioe BBt[ an; SB noos SB HMO} 3Aotti 0} spadxa aq esn^Daq pan3isaj sun OHM uaprea Jararej, jo aoBjd anj} } o} [i3UTOo TIMOJ stft jo ·B pa}atoddi3 nssq SBO; anag 'HDOH fREEMAN VENTILATED SHOES just worit qettiOT T-?' .,/(, · Now we have air conditioned summer footwear! Freeman Ventilated styles are the nearest thing to having a cooling plant at your feet. And what an array of styles to choose from . .. plain whites, blacks and browns . . . sporty combinations. You will find a style just suited to your taste -- and in your exact size. Worn vAlh Pride by Millions AND FEATURED EXCLUSIVELY AT NICHOLS GREEN "Where the Good Shoes Come From" Music Program Given. SCARVTLLE--Mrs. Ingebrit Martinson was hostess to the Luther league. A program of musical numbers was given by local members. Returns to Milwaukee. PROTTV1N--Miss Anna Bubla left for Milwaukee where she is employed. Is Slowly Improving. OTRANTO--Word from S. J- Sim who is in a Waterloo hospital recovering from a recent operation, says he is improving. Home From Marshalltown. ACKLEY--Miss Helen Scourick who has been employed in Marshalltown for some months past is home for an indefinite time. .. Visit in Kansas. PLYMOUTH--Mr. and Mrs. A. Chesebro accompanied Mr. and Mrs. John Mitchell of Mason City on a trip to Edgerton, Kans., where they visited in the home of the Rev. H. B. McLeod. Attends State Meeting. MANLY--Carroll Hurd atteuded the state meeting of the Iowa I young democrats at Ocs Moines. Born in California. HANLONTOWN--Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Grove received word from Los Angeles, Cal., of the arrival of a baby girl to Mr. and Mrs. Milton Anderson. This is their first child. Mrs. Anderson was formerly Glynda Grove. Returns From Blooming Prairie. CARPENTER--Mrs. Besty Gilbertson who has spent a few months visiting her daughter at Blooming Prairie, returned. Returns to Waterloo. EMMONS, Minn.--Mrs. Kenneth Carey returned to her home at Waterloo, Iowa, after several days" visit with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Ole Lee and her aunt, Mrs. Owen Peters. Attend Rites in Crosby. LAKE MILLS--Nels Thoe, Lewis Thoe, Elaine Thoe and Mrs. Carl Fieldman from here and Martin Thoe from Belmond went to Crosby, N. Dak., to attend the funeral of Lucille Thoe Taar, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eric Thoe. Daughter Is Born. FAULKNER--Mr. and Mrs. John Boyenga are parents of a daughter bom Saturday, May 5. Attend Rites at Ames. ALEXANDER--Mr. and Mrs. Roman Buterbaugh and children went to Kelly Saturday to attend the funeral of Mr. Buterbaugh's cousin.'.The services were held at Ames. : '. ' : : - ' · · : · · Guest From Grand Mound. MANLY--Blanche Lichtenstien of Grand Mound spent the week-end with her uncle, Otto Lichtenstien and family. Returns From Rochester. BURT -- George Gray returned from Rochester, Minn., where his wife was operated on a few days ago. Delivers 100 Head of Cattle. MITCHELL--Frank West delivered 100 head of fat cattle to an Albert Lea, Minn., buyer. Auxiliary Sponsors Party. EMMONS--The American Legion auxiliary sponsored a party and lunch at Sons of Norway hall. Mrs. Curtis Clementson received the beautiful quilt and Pearl Herfendahl the pillow. Mrs. Shelwiek m. SCARVTLLE--Mrs. Nels Shelwiek who has been' in poor health for some time, is now confined to her bed. Visitor From California, NORA SPRINGS--Mrs. Robert J. Mooney of Los Angeles, Cal., is here for a visit of severeral weeks with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Schlosser. Mrs. Mooney was Miss Nettie Schlosser until her marriage the first of the year. Return to St Louis. PROTIVIN--Lee Tucker returned to his home in St. Louis, Mo., accompanied by his wife and child who have been staying here for some time. Guests From Minneapolis. OTRANTO--Mr. and Mrs. Tom Clyde and two children of Minneapolis spent the week-end at the Chester - Schoosler home. Mrs. Clyde is Mr. Schoosler's sister. Will Teach at Huxley. FAULKNER--Miss Irene Wolf has accepted a position for the coming year in the Huxley consolidated school where she will teach speech and dramatics in high school and English in Junior High. Home From Sioux Falls. PLYMOUTH--Edward Cinkl has returned from a visit with his brother, Frank at Sioux Falls, S. Dak. Former Resident Honored. AREDALE--A postnuptial shower was given in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Harvie Nolte of Waverly, Tuesday evening at the Evangelical church basement. Mrs. Nolte was formerly Miss Evelyn Pencook. Are Parents of Son. HANLONTOWN--Mr. and Mrs. John Sraeby are the parents of a boy. This is the second child. Many Are 111. BURT--Billie, 5, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Boettcher, is critically ill with pneumonia. Lyla Olson is also ill with pneumonia. Others who are ailing are Cecil Godfredsen, who was operated on for appendicitis Saturday; Joan, 4, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Mann, who had a mastoid operation at the Kossuth hospital: Mrs. H, W. Trainer, who had a similar operation; Roy Meinzer, who is ill with inflammatory rheumatism and Mrs. Annie Hawcott. who has been trouble. ill with heart YOUR IOWA An Interesting Fact Dally About the State You Are Proud to Call Your Own! Ninety Iowa counties so far have placed 4-H club boys' tours, picnics, udging demonstrations and camps ie next three months. Will Spend Summer. MITCHELL--Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Drake came from Minneapolis to ring Mrs. Drake's mother, Mrs. "Ilia Smith, who has been staying at heir home. Mrs. Drake's mother, Mrs. Emma Drake, came from Sanborn where she has been, visiting relatives and Mrs. Nellie Stokes rom Osage. These women will make their home here with Mrs. Smith during the summer. Are Parents of Son. LAKE MILLS--Mr. and Mrs. form Eggum who reside in the south art of town are parents of a son. Visitors From Owatonna. JGICE--Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Pe- .ersburg and family of Owatonna, Hinn., visited the John PetersDurg home. Are Parents of Son. FERTILE--A boy was born to Mr. and Mrs. William Suby Sunday evening. Arrives From St. Paul. FERTILE--T. 0. Sheimo of St. Paul, Minn., arrived in Fertile to spend the summer with his invalid brother, K. 0. Sheimo and other relatives, T. 0. Sheimo is 86. Called to Bedside. HANLONTOWN--Mrs. Ed Pierce wsa summoned to the bedside of ier husband at Rochester, Minn. Mr. Pierce has been ill for some ime and is a patient in the Drs. Mayo's hospital. Followup Session Held. HUTCHINS--The followup meet- ng of the women's work of districts 7 and 8 was held with Mrs. Emmett Sheets. The lesson was given the three leaders, Mrs. Eckels, Mrs. Wermusen and Mrs. Steiner. 'atterns were cut and given out. Hold Picnic at Ames.. GOODELL--Mr. and Mrs. Earl leeka and family and Mr. and Mrs. Howard Reeka went to Ames where .hey met Cedar Rapids relatives and enjoyed a picnic. Their mother, Mrs. C. Reece and husband, accompanied them home for a week's visit HI at Waterloo. FLOYD'--Mrs. Frances Raymond, a former resident of Floyd, suffered a stroke at her home at Waterloo. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Johnson, Mrs. Loyd Stewart and Miss Harriet Stewart motored to Waterloo to the Raymond home. Attends O. E. S. Convention. SHEFFIELD--Mrs. O. J. Whittemore went to Clinton Tuesday to attend the state P. E. O. convention. Visitors From Mott. HUTCHINS--Mrs. Fox and Mrs. eorge Galloway of Mott, N. Dak., mother and sister of Walter Fox, arrived Tuesday and will visit for an indefinite time. Taken to Iowa City. NASHUA--Edward Canty, 7, son of Mr. and Mrs. Francis Canty, was taken to Iowa City Tuesday where he will receive preliminary treatment preparatory for an operation upon his right hand which was injured in an accident four years ago, when he was knocked down by L. G. Koepke, who forfeited a. ?300 bond. Visitor From Camp. PROTIVIN--Clarence Kubik who is in the army camp in Ft. Des Moines, is visiting with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Kubik. Daughter Is Born. HUTCHINS--Mr. and Mrs. John Wibbin are parents of a baby girl born Tuesday Guest From Marshalltown. GOODELL--Mrs. Rose Houghton of Marshalltown is here visiting her daughter, Mrs. D. M. Conlan for few days. Deputy Will Attend. FLOYD--Members of the R. N. A. will hold an adjourned meeting at the hall Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Deputy Grace Bedford, Des Moines, will be present. Guest From Chicago. SHEFFIELD--Miss Faye Edgington, Chicago, came Tuesday for a few days' visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. R. Edgington. Mrs. Danforth Hostess. OSAGE--The E. O. T. club, group of about 16, met with Mrs. F. Danforth Tuesday evening for dinner and a social evening. Recovering After Operation. BUFFALO CENTER--J. J, Guyer, who was operated on for gallstones, is gradually improving Mr. Guyer is still at the Dolmage hospital. Given Farewell Party. DUMONT--Mr. and Mrs. Free Wehmeyer and two children, Virgil and Marie, were honored at a. farewell dinner at the home of her sister. Mrs. Willard Van Riper, when 38 relatives gathered. These former residents left Monday morning for their home in Bellingham, Wash They were accompanied by a daughter, Mrs. L. Peiffer, San Diego Cal., who came Saturday evening from Louisville, Ky., where she had been visiting her husband's parents Will Honor Mrs. Buck. GARNER--Mrs. Nat "Buck wii: be honor guest at a reception given by Mrs. Walter Sherman Pritchard and Mrs. Ralph Newton at the C D. of A. hall to some 60 invited j jruests tomorrow at 3 o'clock. ' Visitor From South Dakota. ROCK FALLS--Jack West of Mitchell, S. Dak., visited at the home of his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. William Fontaine, on Tuesday. Father Seriously I1L KANAWHA--Frank Clark of Beividere, S. Dak., was called to Kanawha Sunday evening by the serious illness of his father, J. L. Clark. Returns From California. TITONKA--Mrs. J. F. Fisher, who spent several months with her sister in California, returned to her home here. Visits in Des Moines. BRITT--Mr. and Mrs. Karl Korneisel spnt Sunday and Monday with friends in Des Moines. Born at Centervllle. BUFFALO CENTER--Mr. and Mrs. Edward Thiele received word Monday evening of the birth of a son, John Edward, to Mr. and Mrs. Harold Thiele of Centerville. Mr. and Mrs. Thiele left the same evening for Centemlle. Assists in Shop. LAKE MILLS--Miss Gretchen Plagmann of Ames arrived here Tuesday to assist at the Hintz Seauty shop. Gertie Smid of Webster City and Evelyn Wilson of Des Vlcines are also assisting Alva Hintz Hodgman, head operator of :he Hintz shop. Plan Special Sen-ices. RUDD--The Rev. H. F. Mercer will preach a Mother's day sermon Sunday morning. In the evening. Miss Caroldena Greenfield will act as leader of the sen-ice. Miss Ruth Shanks will handle the subject. 'History of Mother's Day," and :arlyle Gauger. "Great Mothers of History." Hancock Sends Delegation. BRITT--At the convention of ·oung democratic clubs in Des Moines, delegates from Hancock county were Oscar Johnson and Mr. inutson of Kanawha, Mr. and Mrs. 'aul Elling and Miss Ruth Schleusner of Garner and Mrs. J. C. Drilling of Britt. Mrs. Daniels Hostess. GARNER--The Woman's Pro- ^ressive club met with Mrs. Clint IJaniels, three miles east, Monday night. Mrs. Art Wille gave a study on The Lure of the Antique. Mary Mildred Daniels, accompanied by ier mother, sang Joyce Kilmer's "Trees." and for an encore, "A Little Tin Soldier." The committee for next year's program is Mrs. Milton Mertz, Mrs. J. S. Oberhauser and Mrs. W. S. Lee. Daughter is Born. KANAWHA--Mr. and Mrs. Ed Baker are the parents of a daughter born Tuesday. LEO BESCH TO BE QUESTIONED Returned From Fort Madison in Probe of North Iowa Torture Robberies. EMMETSBURG, May 9.--Palo Alto county authorities said Tuesday that Leo Besch of Bode, who is serving a 10 year sentence at Fort Madison, will be brought to Em metsburg within the next few days to be questioned jointly with Estel Anders of Dscatur, I!!., Joe Thilges of Whittemore and Ole Thorsland of Bode, confessed torture robbers, who implicated Besch in a series of North Iowa farm holdups, and .who have been held in jail here the past week. , It was stated that Hancock county officers went to Fort Madison Tuesday to return Besch. Joe Thilges, who has asked to be returned to Garner to enter a plea on robbery charge3 in connection with the O. J. Eisenman farm robbery near Woden two years ago, and Besch will be questioned on details of that crime. The Eisenmau robbery, in which $7,000 was taken, is the only crime in which Thilges admits active participation. HURT IN FIRST TRY TO RIDE MOTORCYCLE OSAGE. May 9.-- Robert Gardner, son of Mr. and 'Mrs. C. E. Gardner, was in an accident in his first attempt to ride a motorcycle Monday afternoon. The machine caught in a rut and hit the guy wires of a telephone pole. Bob went over the handlebars, striking his right side on the machine. Tuesday he was still unable to be about, but it lieved that the injuries are bruises. be- only Son Weighs 10 Pounds. MARBLE ROCK--A 10 pound son, Raymond Paul, was born to Mr. and Mrs. George Tegtmeier, living in Aureola, on Monday morning. This is the fourth child born in the Marble Rock community this year. EXTRAORDINARY PAINT VALUES ALL THIS WEEK MASON CITY HARDWARE CO. "OVER ON EAST STATE" Prize Winners of Merkel's Better Baby Contest AGES UP TO ONE YEAR First Prize--99% David Anthony--Age 3 ] /i months. Son of Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Forge, 819 No. Penn. This is the highest mark ever given a baby in Merkel's Better Baby Contests over a period of ten years. Second Prize, Three Tied--98.2% La von FranMyn--Age 5 months. Son of Mr. and Mrs. N. Scholl, Rockwell, Iowa. James William--Age 9 months. Son of Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Arthurs, 9 N. Jefferson. Beverly--Age 10 months. Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Christiansen, 921 Fourth street S. W. Third Prize--97.9% Floyd Michael--Age 1 year. Son of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Johnson, 819 N. Conn. Honorable Mention Ann Marie Boyd, 1125 3rd S. W.--97.8%. Maxine Rittenger, 2708 So. Federal--97.6 %. Joyce Ann Makeever, 25 So. Vermont--97.3%. Romona Lee Johnson, 14 13th N. W.--97%. Russel Beta Seidel, 210 25th S. W.--96.4%. AGES ONE TO TWO YEARS First Prize--98.5% Gloria Jean--Age 17 months. Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Schaper, Britt, Iowa. Second Prize--97.9% Bernard, Jr.--Age 21 months. Son of Mr. and Mrs. B. Clark, 925 No. Taylor. Third Prize--97.8% Harold Erwin--Age 18 months. Son of Mr. and Mrs. E. .D. Rucker, 206 22nd S. E. Honorable Mention Marlys Joan Bielefeldt, Rockwell, Iowa--97.7%. Marilyn Chamberlain, 211 So. Louisiana, 91.1%. Dorothy Thomas, 916 Eighth St. N. E.--97%. .- Marvilyn Tolliver, 116 13th N. E.--96.9%. Lois Ruth Gump, 1316 No. President, 96:5%. Beverly Ann Hansen, 925 No. Penn., 96.3%. Allan Lee, 203 25th S. W., 96.2%. "What is the secret of Old Gold's smoothness and throat-ease?" asks /-ftli-n [A RECENT OLD GOLD CONVERT] Dear Miss Hayes:-- «· There isn't any mystery about the exceptional smoothness of Old Golds. The whole credit belongs to Mother Nature, Father Time and his ally, Experience. Old Gold tobacco is picked from the heart of the stalk, where Nature stores her richest tobacco fragrance and flavor. Then it is aged and mellowed at least thirty months. Then it is blended, for delightful mildness and taste appeal, by America's most experienced tobacconists (Est. 1760). Such tobacco needs no artificial flavoring. And that's the FINAL reason why Old Golds are so easy on the throat; so cool and biteless. Sincerely, P. LOR1LLARD COMPANY, INC. ESTABLISHED 1760 P. S.--The net of it is this, Miss Hayes: No better tobacco grows than is used in Old Gold. And it's pure. That's why Old Golds are easy on the THROAT and NERVES. ' HELEN HAVES ... now appearing in "Mary of Scotland" 0 P. LorilUrd Co.. lac. C I G A R E T T E

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