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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - January 11, 1933, Mason City, Iowa                                FOUR MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE IOWA BUREAU TO MEET JAN 1820 I FINAL PLANS BY LEADERS MADE Stabilizing of Dollar and Allotment Plan Will Be Discussed DES MOINES Jan 11 Farm Bureau leaders today an aotmeed complete plans for the fourteenth annual convention of the Iowa Farm Bureau federation here Jan 18 19 and 20 Prominent leaders will discus stabilization of the dollar the al lotment plan of crop control econ omy in government and other sub jects related to agriculture The first general session will b opened by Charles B Hearst pres ident of the federation at 2 p m on Wednesday Addresses of the after noon will bo given by O W Beel er state organization director Mrs Ellsworth Richardson chairman o the state womens committee anc Mrs John W Jackson of Mahaska county winner of the national pub lie apealung contest for farm wo Men held recently at Chicago Plan Surprise Program Wednesday night the Farm Bu reau leaders will have a surprise program for the 3000 members ex pected atthe convention They re fused to divulge the nature of thi feature The Farm Bureau women wil meet Thursday morning aftei which the general sessions will re convene President Hearst will give liis annual message at that session M S Winder executive secretary of the American Farm Bureau fed eration will feature the Thursda morning meeting with a presenta tion of the work and progress of the national organization Will Discuss Stablllzatom The stabilization of the dollar will be discussed by Dr G F War ren Cornell university economist at the Thursday afternoon program and Ray Murray state secretary of agriculture will give a special mes sage A rural talent dramatization given by members from all parts of the state will be given Thursdaj night The Friday program will be de voted to genera business reports of departments of the state federa p tton election of officers and adop tion ot resolutions R K Bliss di rjector of the Iowa State college extension service will talk on Or ganized Agriculture Many other features are also on the convention program HERE A THERE Miscellaneous Items From 125 GlobeGazette Correspondents in North Iowa and Minnesota From OhlcngfV A L Seider ick who spent his holiday vacation with his son Russell and daughter Nellie of Chicago returned home Sunday Leave for Plaza and Martin Swenson who were here to attend the fun eral of their father William Swen son have left for their homes in Plaza N Dak Gives Review for Federation Univeraalist wo men sponsored the program at th federation meeting of the librar restroom Monday Mrs Arad Hitch coch gave a review of David Gray sons Adventures in Contentment New Music Instructor Geraldine Stenh of Clear Lake is the new musi Instructor In the Otranto consol dated school Miss Stenby jg a grac uate of the McPhail school at Min neanolis She fills the vacanc caused by the death of MlssKatl arine Von Ewertsen Move From Coulter ALEXANDER Mr and Mr Homer Page of Coulter moved her Monday and are living in the horn with Mrs Marie Jones and daugh tor Clara Mae They will as pis with the work in a cafe Daughter Is Born GREENE An eight poun daughter was born to Mr and Mrs Albert Hamrnel Monday Guests From Minnesota Fred Genrich have as guests Mrs William Hil man and son Wilfred of Welcomt Minn and Louie Genrich of Fair mont Minn Egyptian History Studied of th Delphian club met Monday after noon with Mr A 0 Lund Earl Egyptian history was the subjec of the study Visiting in Chicago Bervick i visitinghis brother Fred and fam ily In Chicago Arc Parents of Son boy was born Fridaj to Mr and Mrs Jorgen Tibbin Birthday Party Held number of high school students attended a birth day surprise party at the L J Hol ister home Monday evening in honor of their daughter Coila Jane Daughter Is Born daughter was born o Mr and Mrs Walter Bauer Jan This is their first child Visiting in LaSale Chris Friesle ben Sr is spending the remainder of the winter at the home of her daughter Mrs A P Buck in La lalle m Attends Joint Meeting ST Rev M W dcKinley goes to Nashua Wednes day and Thursday to attend joint meeting of Dubuque and Waterloo district of ME church Luck SupperServed i pot luck supper was held at the home of Mr and VIrs Ronald Harris Monday even ng Five hundred was played a1 four tables Milo Fink taking firs prize Taken to Hospital GOLD Stevenson was taken to the Mercy hospital a Fort Dodge Tuesday where he un derwent an peration H R Crow s assistingat the Stevenson anc Stevenson market during Mr Stev ensons absence Revival Meetings Continue Rev and Mrs IV R French are holding a reviva meeting at the Wesleyau Methodisl church east of here last week anc vill continue this week Much Inter erit is being shown in these meet ngs Leaves for California C R Martin eft Monday for California where she expects to visit friends and rel atives several months going on to Seattle Wash Guests From Alalmmu and Mrs Frank aPart from Alabama are visiting Ir and Mrs John Evans and Mr nd Mrs Lancy Lewis Daughter Is Born and Mrs Joe langstcad are parents of a daugh er Marylin Joan born Friday hey have one other child a son No package con tains genuine BLUE BLADES unless it carries the portrait o King C Gillette 9 We promise you a sur prise in shaving comfort you try the BLUE BLADE Secret tempering methods a patented center slot automatic manufacture exclusive testing equipment these features and many others contribute to the qual ity of this excellent blade BUY GILLETTE BLADES PROM Boomhower Hardware IIS NOKTIl FEDERAL AVE PHONE 142 EXHORTS FARMERS Mother Bloocr who with her husband lost a farm near Mnot N Dak urged several hundred farmers at La Mars to invade DCS Moines to aslc the Iowa legislature to stop farm foreclosures Associated Press YOUR IOWA An Interesting Fact Dally About the State You are Proud to Call your Own Six contests for grade and high school pupils held by the State Uni versity of Iowa last year involved some 81000 individuals Waverly Girl Victim of Shooting Accident to Be Buried Thursday WAVERLY Jan services will be held at oclock tomorrow afternoon at the Kaiser funeral for Dorothy Bowles 14who died Monday afternoon as the result of injuries received in an accidental shooting A rifle held by a playmate Kenneth Frost was dis charged Jan 3 and the bullet lodged near the girls spine The boy be lieved the guh unloaded when he pointed it at her Surviving the vic tim are her parents Mr and Mrs Clay Bowles a brother Harold anc a sister Lavone Mrs Storvick Funeral Is Held at Northwood NORTHWOOD Jan rites for Mrs Christine Storvick 79 were held at the Northwood Luth eran church yesterday afternoon pre ceded by brief services at the home of her daughter Mrs Bertha Knut son where she died last Sunday after a short illness The Rev J W Ylvisaker pnstor of the local church officiated From Northwood the funeral cor egc went to the Round Prairie Lutheran church in Freeborn county vhere services were conducted the Rev Air Ylvisakeibeing assisted there by the Rev A C Korsnid pastor of the Norwegian Lutheran at Glenville Supt S R Knutson of Kcnsett ind R O Storvick of Mason City manager of the State Brand Cream eries Inc were grandsons of Mrs Storvick VIrs Reynolds Formerly of Nashua Mason City Is Buried at Lake Mills NASHUA Jan Lucy nn Reynolds who had made her ome with her daughter Mrs Wil am Dyas for the past 13 years ied of a stroke at New Hampton and funeral services were held at Lake Mills at the Asbnry Methodist hurch and burial made at Lake lills Mrs Reynolds was born in N Y March 1859 and vhen six months old went with her arents to Lake Mills where she ved until 15 years ago when she loved to Mason City After a resi once of five years tiiere she came o Nashua Siic is survived by seven hildrcn Eli Chicago Robert W Imaha William H DCS Moines rank Marshalltown Mrs Hester ietsch Mason City Mrs Etta Buhl Idaho Mrs William Nashua All Day Session HeW Salem club met foran all day meeting with Mrs H G Trousdale Wednesday Visited in DCS Moines and Mrs Joe Boots were visitors Sunday with Mr and Mrs George Hemm at Des Moines AH Day Session Planned TryR club of the Farm Bureau will meet Friday for an all day meetingat the home of Mrs C H Barney Miss Grigg county demonstrator will have charge of the lesson Visited Two Weeks ST W H Eg gleston Emma Belz and Emma Kuehl drove to New Hampton Sun day taking Miss Marian Eggleston home after her two weeks vacation here Cage Squad Entertained C M Ransom coach of athletics entertained the boys basketball squad of Geneva high school at supper at his home Monday evening Go To Iowa City Olaon accom panied by Mrs Rosa Graff and daughter Ruth went to Iowa City Monday Eth will receive medical treatment at the hospital Are Parents of Daughter Saturday to Mr and Mrs Walter Gaffri at the home of Mrs O Gartin a girl This is Mr and Mrs Gaffris first child Returning to Minnesota Kuehl son Ev erett cousin Chris and a nonin law spent Monday night at the W J Trevert home They had teen to Chicago and were returning to their home in Heron Minn Cant Speak Aloud LATIMER Victor Schomberg member of the senior class of the Latimcr high school who has been suffering several weeks with throat trouble is still unable to speak aloud Are Parents of Son to Mr and Mrs Verland Brown Jan 3 a son Leave for Milwaukee Misseg Dorothy and Thelma Ervay left Tuesday morn ing for their home In Milwaukee Leaves for Princeton Hamm left last mebt for Princeton 111 to at tend the funeral services of his sister Harvey Tobias 111 Tobias is a patient ill the Lutheran hospital at Hampton Mr and Mrs Tobias had been with their daughter Mrs Car rell Turner at East St Louis for the past few months They were residents of Latimer and vicinity and Franklin county for many years Home From Yunkton CORWITH Fay Scace made a business trip to Primghor and Yankton S Dak Monday and re turned today bringing Mrs Mattie Beers who spent n week with rela tives at Primghar Return to Sabuln J Wulf and Mr and Mrs Harry Thompson of Sa bula visited at the Charles Steiner home Mrs Wulf returned with them Monday Return to Missouri and Mrs Don ald Anderson and Mrs Ben Wood ward returned to Eugene Mo Mon day after srpondtng the past two weeks at the W E Storck and John Furness homes Daughter Is Born and Mrs Earl Rethamel are parents of a daughter born at their home in Burchinal This Is the fourth child In the family Visiting in Minneapolis and Mrs Fred Aborn are spending the week at the 1 R Miles home in Minneapolis Is Spending Week Eva Best Is spendingthe week with her sister Mrs Walter Miller in Mason City Leave for Evansville The Rev and vfrs H B Raun acompanied by Mrs M O Hall left Tuesday for Evansville Minn Mrs Hall will al so visit at Cyrus Minn Goes to Jvorthfield Hartson left Wed nesday for Northfleld where he will resume his studies at St Olaf col lege Visitor From Texas Galbraith of Ringgold Texas and sister Mrs Nettie Hanson visited friends in Stilson Monday Guest From Cedar Rapids LAKE Wayne Bo and of Cedar Rapids is spending a week at the home of her parents Air and Mrs M O Bakken GOCB to New York Hanson has one to New York City on business Mr Hanson is a traveling salesman Return Meeting Planned Rev A G Heddle and members of the Ep worth league of the M E church held a joint meeting with the Ellis Epworth league at the Ellis school house Sunday evening Next Sun day evening a return meeting of the Ellis Point league will be held here Wife Seriously m PLYMOUTH Age Graves re ceived word yesterdy of the serious illness of his wife at a hospital in Iowa City Return From Grinncll Marie Beeler and daughter returned from their vaca tion at Grinnell Go to Chicago Jorgen Carl Henry and Claire Brunsvold are in Chicago where they took sev en cars of stock to the market FARMER BURNED NEAR BANCROFT Gasoline Which Leaked From Car Explodes Blaze Is Extinguished BANCROFT Jan J Mouael suffered a badly burned face late Monday at his farm a mile south of Bancroft from an explos ion Mr Mousel went into the gran ary with a lantern and gasoline which had leaked from his car into the pit in the granary exploded The fire department was called from town and the blaze was quickly put out J Harve Jones 67 Does at Dumont Rites Held at Home Church DUMONT Jan Harve Jones 67 who died at his home here Monday evening after four years of falling health was buried this after noon He is survived by five sons Ray Roy Leonard Clayton all of Dumont and Harold of Aredale four grandchildren one sister Mrs Will Yenter California and two half brothers Ed Hedges Austin Minn and Elroy Hedges West Bend Ind His wife preceded him in death six years ago Mr Jones and Miss Mary Manifold wore mar ried about 44 years ago at the John Boots farm in Franklin county They lived on farms in Franklin countv for several years coming here to live about 30 years ago Funeral services were held at the home Wednesday afternoon at 2 o clock and at the United Brethren church Dr H M Tipsworth was in charge Mrs May Graham 78 Is Buried at Bristow ROCKWELL Jan services for Mrs May Graham 78 who died at the home of her daugh ter Mrs Archie Miller near Rock well were in charge of the Hev H M Tiffany of the Aredale M E church Burial was In the Bristow cemetery Mrs Graham was born In Afton Wis April 1 1854 She leaves one son John Dougherty one daughter Mrs Miller with whom she made her home for the past 10 years two grandchildren Virginia and Virgil Miller a Droth er Josiah Sidmore Bristow Mrs Ellen Nenl of Gladstone Ore Mrs Franlc Slatsoa of Benjamin Sidmore of Rockton HI Layfayette Shannon Is Buried at Clarksville CLARKSVILLE Jan mittal services for Lafayette Shan non 62 who died at his home at Minneapolis Saturday were held at Lynwood cemetery today The widow and seven children survive him A SATISFYING LUNCHEON It Includes your choice of Drink and Dessert Each weekday we serve this type of Luncheon The food is extremely good Things taste like mothers cooking Come In just want you to try it Youll like the variety the fine quality of every dish and the prompt obliging service OPEN ALL NIGHT Jefferson Coffee Shop nt the BUS depot Seethe sensational Motor Tiriick announcement in this wee Saturday Evening PostPage 67 Lien Nelson Garage II Seventh Strrpt S r Fhont 830 JANUARY 11 1933 By Special Arrangement With the Manufacturer This Fine MOORES GasFired Model 253U Circulating Heater At an Extremely Low Model 2530 50 And Your Old Stove a Month Moore Heat for Less Money This Home Heated with Gas for an Average of Less than a month with a Moored Heater On the basis of present gas rates the above home occupied by Nick DiMarco 908 Elm heated duringthe 19311932 heating season for a cost of approximately You can have the comfort convenience and cleanliness of Gas Heat in your home Its reasonable cost is shown by the results in nearly 500 Mason City and Clear Lake homes Come in Let the records convince you A Moored Heater to the person turning in the Oldest Coal or Wood Stove on the Purchase of A New Moores Heater During this Sale In case of a tie equal awards will be given The Price Includes the Usual Installation PEOPUBS GAS AND ELECTRIC COMPANY Mason City Clear Lake i i   

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