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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - February 6, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                MABUN CITY GLOBEGAZETTE WEDNESDAY FEB 6 STATE LETS CONTRACTS FOR TO HARD SURFAC ABOVE 43 MILES TO BE PAVED IN FOUR COUNTIES 10787 Miles Are to Be Con structed on 18 in Kossuth AMES Feb 6 to taling SI7570170 were awarded here yesterday by the state hlgrhway commission for construction ot 43334 miles of pavirs in four counties Ijriclecs and culverts in nine counties and 7584 miles of grading in two counties The largest paving contract was for 14127 miles on primary 61 In Jackson counties let to the Bryant Paving company of Waterloo for The same firm will construct 1078 miles of paving on primary IS in Kos suth aounty for Nntonal Construction company o Omaha obtainea the other two pavlne contracts One Is in Pottawattamli county for S108 miles of primary 82 at 320176647 and the other in Adalr county for 1032 miles on primary 2 2SD78310 The jrradins will be done in Appa noose and Shelby jounties totaling aljout miles Kelley and Overman of Villisca re ceived the largest bridge and culvert contract for onebridge and 41 culverts on primary C in Appanoose county Tor JSOM9 A p Johnson of lyock ridgo will remodel a bridge on U S highway 1C1 in tee county north of Donnellson for F O Akin re ceivcd a contract to buiitl a bridge on U H 34 in Union county for In Henry county 23 culverts on U Si 1S1 wll be built by Tu Peterson of Ccdur Rapids for and in Jones county Perry Bane of Cedar Haplds will build 10 culverts and raise and widen two bridges for Other counties In which work will be done arc Warren Monona Mills and Ben uri HERE AND THERE Miscellaneous Briefs From the GlobeGazettes 100 Correspondents in North Iowa and Minnesota ILL AT AUjONA PhUamena Quinn returned home from Iowa City where she is taking nurses training to care for her mother Mrs M J Quinn who has been 111 for the past week tOUIAKn MAN 111 Ladegaard son of Niels liadegaard who resides near Coulter Is a patient at a hospital in Hampton where he is receiving treat ment for inflammatory rheumatism LEAVES FREDEUICKSBUKG PREDERICKSBURG Margaret Taylor who has been visiting relatives at this place left this week for New York city where she has secured em ployment1 GIISL BORN AT ROWAN daughter Minnie Kath ryn was born to Mr and Mrs Chris Stadtlander Saturday TO LEAVE LOTERNE D Buntes Fo Dodge formerly of Luverne will mov March 1 to Algona where he will buy and ship stock He has leased the Herbert house west of the courthouse RESIGNS AT OSAGE Mildred Clausen de puty county recorder has resigned and will soon go to Dubuque to enter business college ENDS DUMONT VISIT Halph Frame who has been here in the home ot her pat ents Mr and Mrs George Davis the past two weeks has returned to her home in Canton S Dak WESLEY LUNCHES SUCCESS lunches served at noon by the domestic science girls are proving a success Between 25 and 30 are accommodated every day A charge of 4 cents is made for each helping ELECT AT FRBDERICKSBC7RG a meeting oC the Fredericksburg Equity associa tion at this place Leslie Shufelt was elected manager Mr Brewer the for mer manager having resigned on ac count or poor health TO LEAVE ALGONA Henry Rossman eaves Wednesday for Newton where he Will make her future home Her Orleans La where they attend the Mariii Gras and will visit points or interest enroute POSTPONE AT WESLEV The Firemens ball which Tvas scheduled to take place Monday night has been postponed until after the Lenten season FREDERICKSBURG BIRTH and Mrs Albert Kay announce the arrival of a son at their home ILL AT CRYSTAL LAKE CRYSTAL John Ragan old resident here is III and under the care of a nurse SOCIAL AT PLYMOUTH Heart and Hatchet msband has been In Newton for the THOMPSON HOST TO MENS GROUP Seven Towns Represented at Council at Which 160 Were Present THOMlSOX Feb Brother IILJI or the Mens council met for thenlimonlhly banquet Monday night ut Thompson Seven towns were represented here 7 from Forest City 25 from Lake Mills JO from Buffalo Center 2 from Crystal Lake 12 from Lakota ami 3 from Mason City R C Etlniundsen took charge of he meeting Archie Nelson gave the Keynote speech and the Reverend Bush responded w H Lease district MppciintenJent or Algona also gave an address Kvron Kargcs boys HiY director of Mason City gave a talk on HIY worlr There were 3UO present The M E ladies had charge of the banquet Dairy Short Course Promises to Break All Other Records AMES Feb more than 300 registered In advance from 13 dif ferent states tha thirtyfifth annual 30day dairy short course which opens Wednesday at Iowa State college promises to bs a recordbreaker Increased facilities for this years course brot about by the completion of the new ditiry Industries building may account for the increases accord Ing to Prof Martin Mortensen heid of the dairy Industrlesdepartment Most of the instruction will be in lie laboratories where the men will be given practical suggestions for im provement of their products The Miort course will be attended by ex perienced buttermakers creamery managers Icecream makers market milk plant operators and dairy field Poultry Marketing Committee Appointed by Winnebago Bureau FORKS CITY Feb a re cent meeting of the board ot of the Winnebago County Farm Bu reau a poultry marketing committee composed of H A Frowick Thomp son the Honorable H N Hanson Leland and W S Grotewold Lake Mills was appointed to the possi bility improving poultry marketing with the help the State Farm Bu reau committee and members ot the extension service H A Frowiek as chairman ot Ilia committee has been authorized to RO to Ames for a threo day poultry mar keting conference Mr Frowick Is actively interested In poultry marketing and la one the largest poultry raisers In the country ast few jveeki managing a bakery COMES TO AltEDALE Harper AtJe is hens to see his father J Harper who is not well GET WORD AT DUSIONT from Mrs Henry Browpn who was called to the home of her mother at Ellla Grove 111 a week ago that her mother died Fri day evening noWAN COUPLE ATTENDS and Mrs FreS Weber attended the funeral of the for mers mother Mrs Weber at Hamp ton last week VISITING AT COULTER Peterson came recently from Chicago tor a visit with his sister Mrs Jorgen Jacobsen and family Mr Peterson has been en gaged in carpenter work since leaving Coulter ycara sgo MOVJB FliOM LATIMER and Mrs O A Johnson and family long time resi dents of Latlmcr have moved to Hamptori where they will make their future borne GIRL BOISN AT WESLEY and Mra Leon F Smith announce the birth of a girl Joan AdeH Tuesday IMPROVES AT CRYSTAL LAKE CRYSTAL McMahon Sr who was critically ill for a long time is slowly improving and Pete Jris also Improving in a Mason City hospital where he was taken a few days ago COMES TO PLYMOUTH Guy Butts Westley in here helping with the care ir mother Mrs F G Ehlera who with heart disease WOMAN LEAVES T1TONKA T Gladys Bogges STANSGARMAN IS FOUND DEAD Coroners Jury Gives Ver dict of Suicide as Motive of C A Thompson ST ANSGAR Feb A Thompson retired farmer was found dead in his bed Monday morning with a rifle wound above the heart The body was found August Ruechel carpenter who went to make some re pairs in Mr Thompsons room The coroners verdict was suicide Mr Thompson had not been well for several months and last Thursday neart and Hatchet Ansgar Seminary dormi soclal will be given Thursday night building which he owned and In n 1 the church parlors LAKOTA MAN LEAVES Johnson received word Monday afternoon that his taUier had died at his home at Greenville He left at once for that place to at tend the funeral THOMPSON MAN CALLED T Fletcher was called to Eau Claire Wie to the bea slda of his brotherinlaw C B Merrill who Is seriously ill GIRL BORN AT CRISTAL LAKE CRYSTAL girl was born to Mr and Mrs Hana Iverson Sun day GIRL BORN AT ROWAN and Mrs William Ret lift announce the birth of a daughter COMES TO FREDERICKSBURG Anna Blbng New Hampton came Monday to care for Miss Josie Box who is ser iously ill ILL AT AREDALE Bert who has been sick with dropsy the las month is worse Her sister Mrs Es ther Noelting of Dumont is with her VISITED AT ROWAN Calboren of Canada spent a few days last week at the ioine of his uncle C French ARRIVE AT DUMONT Ward Moore and ittle daughter New Tori city ar rived Monday for a visit in the Lowell which he made his home was dan agecl to the extent of about b fire This and his continued ill healt was given as the motive for his act Mr Thompson came to St Ansga about 12 years ago from Crookston Minn He was about 60 years of ag and Is survived by his only aon Ca vln Thompson whose home is i Amea NORTH IOWA SOLONS Professors of Ohio Michigan Will Join Iowa Summer Facult IOWA CITT Feb professo from Ohio has been secured to teac summer courses In the University c Iowa department ot chemistry an one from Michigan will join th geology staff according to announce ment by theheads of those depari ments Dr Harry Lewis of Ohi Wesleyan university Delaware Ohio ia the professor who will teach tw courses in organic chemistry ani Prof Leslie 11 Wood Western Stat Teachers college Kalamazoo Mich will give three geography courses in the department of geology Burrows home ALLISON INFANT DIES InCant son born to Mr and Mrs Clyde Allen of near Allison Saturday died about an hour after birth Burial was on Sunday OSAGE WOMAN AWAY Blanche McLaughlin is in Des Mofnes attending a meeting of the Teachers Reading circle board of which she and five other county superintendents are members SHOWER AT ROWAN and Mrs Virgil Nor a uuw rls were honored at a postnuptial13 rre Is believed to be ths young at the Jens oat minister ever to serve a ocal Spencer Baptists Will Have Youngest Ministei SPENCER Feb 6 Rev r D Archibald Bangor Me said to lave been the youngest minister Ii he United States at the time of his Tdinatton has accepted a call to the Baptist church here He started reaching when 17 years old He now shower Monday evening at the Jens KJar home ROCKFORD MAN HURT Schmidt who lives cast of Rockford suffered cutoft tin gars and thumb on his right hand while ahreddlng corn Saturday after noon who lias been working at the local telephone office since finishing a com mercial course left Tuesday for Wes ley where she will work In the Ex change State bank as bookkeeper MEET AT FERTILE Fertile Telephone company held its annual meeting Mon day Mr and Mrs Lester Paulson were hired for operators Mrs Daisy Morrison and Miss Standqulst who have had charge ot the telephone ex change for several years resigned MARBLE ROCK MAN AWAY MARBLE Pierce has gone to Freeport 111 where he Is at tending the Rawlelgh Retailers Train ins school RETURNS TO LAKOTA L J Needham has returned from Nlles Mich where she had been to attend the funeral of a nleco TO ATTEND MARDI GRAS and Mra A Lloyd Spooner Fort Dodge son ot Dr anil Mrs A L Spooner Luverne hag left on a two weeks vacation trip to New Mrs W Pagel 76 Rites Are Planned at Allison JLLLISON Feb William Pagel 78 died at her home near Al church His father also was a minis ter A brother the Rev A G Archi bald is pastor the Methodist churcl at Oskaloosa and another brother the Rev A W Archibald In pastor ot the Evangelical church at La Cres cent Minn Mrs I T Quasdorf Dows Resident Dies DOWS Fob T Quas dort of this city died Sunday morning weeks ago Funeral services will be conducted by tha Rev W C Nassen at St Jacobus Lutheran church Wednesday Burial will be In the Butler Center cemetery beside her husband Mrs Quasclorf was a former teach er in the hish school here and will bo remembered as JHsg Florence Griffin Besides her aged mother she leaves her husband five children Corrint Isabel Robert June and an Infant babe one sister and two brothers Elected at FreilertcUsburg FREDERICKSBURG Feb Tliuisday evening the following otti cers were elected for the P T A tor the ensuingyear President Mra Claud Wesp vice president Mrs C V Johnson secretary w T Edgar and treasurer Mrs C A Ellison Politicians Get Busy NEWTON Feb 6 politi cians are getting busy in Newton Al ready five names have been advanced as possible candidates for mayor INDIGESTION RELIEVED QUICKLY Winners in Declamatory Contest at Osage Picked OSAGE Feb and Mar jory Dorsey daughters of Mr and Mrs Will Dorsey and Ruth Mcllnay daughter of Mr and Mrs B K Mc Tlnay won the first place In the ora torical dramatic and humorous clasps In the declamatory contest Monday niffht at the hlsh school Dorothy Dor won first over all iwr Vefcubit pat olds nature as a lax ative In its digestive duties Often one of these HtUo pills taken after meals or at bedtime will do wonders es pecially when you have overeaten or are troubled with constipation Remember they are Dr Carters for mula young and old can take them AJI Druggists 25e and 75o red pkga CARTERS ISSPILLS BAST KEtUfVCKS AND VIR GINIA SPLINT JUOCK COAL DEN ROD VI cniiAnllirBcN ROD BIOCK ScmiAnlliracKe W G BLOCK COMPANY These Are 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FREDERICKSBUKG Feb While assisting In sawing somo lum ber at the local lumber yard Elmer Sticce suffered a smashed hand He vas taken to New Hampton where the Irst ringer on the left hand was am jutateii FREDERICKSBURG WOMAN IS DEAD Rites Held for Mrs Frank Appleberry Resident for 75 Years FREDERICKSBUUU Feb runcial held Tuesday at the by Itcv ITcisciinniii fur Frank Appleborry aged SO of this place who died at lier home Sunday She was born In Ruthland Aug 14 1848 and came with her par ents to Fredericksburg in 1854 On May S 1S6C she was married to Frank 1C Appleberry who died July 30 1S Kite leaves two brothers Jeorse 0C Arkansas Davis Searl tft Colorado one son Jesse of Frederjcks brug and Mireo daughters Esther now Mrs G A till IK of Fredericks burst Anna diuw JMrs Momly of Waterloo Jliirn uuw Mr Illt IJnnncUv if Oklahoma Fredericksburg Home Declaim Contest Heidi FKEDERICKSBUKG Feb 6 Mondayevening there was a home clamatory contest held at the school building at this place The folj 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