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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - March 13, 1933, Mason City, Iowa                              H tfTASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE MARCH is 1933 BIERMANN NAMED ON AGRICULTURE COMMITTEE IN HOUSE FOLLOWS HAU6EN IN MAJOR POST B M Jacobsen Assigned to Appropriations Group in Washington By HUB A BIACK GlobeGazette Washington Bureau WASHINGTON March resentatives Fred Biermann of De corah and B M Jacobsen of Clin ton have won important committee places in the seventythird con gress beingassigned respectively to the agriculture and the appro priations committees Both of these committees are ma jor exclusive committees and mem bership on them precludes mem bership on any other house commit tee The democratic leaders are at tempting to place two freshmen congressmen on the democratic side of all major committees of the house and Iowa is particularly for tunate in having1 an old member and a new one placed on two of the most important committees of the house Is Haugen Successor AH of the new Iowa congressmen wanted a place on the agriculture committe hut Biermann was ac corded the place because fie suc ceeds Representative Gilbert N Haugen of Northwood long chair man of the house agriculture com mittee and ranking republican member on it under democratic control Senator Louis Murphy of Du buque has won a place on the sen ate committee on agriculture for estry rHcUinson Also Named The new Iowa senators other committee assignments are the committees on commerce and on education and labor Senator Brook hart whose seat he takes was a member of the bankingand curren cy interstate commerce inter oceanic canals claims and civil ser vice committees in the seventy second congress Senator L J Dickinson ol Al gona retains his membership on ap propriations military affairs pub lic buildings and grounds and printing committees but was push ed off the pension committee by reduction of its republican member ship Mrs Haberkom Rites Axe Held at Orchard Eight Children Left ORCHARD March services were held here Friday for Mrs Carl Haberkorn 79 Betty Louise Miller was born in Germany Oct 31 1S53 She came to Ameri ca with her parents in 1837 and set tled io Greenville N J Prom here her parents moved to St Pe ter where she was married to Carl Haberkorn in 1876 Her husband died at their home south of town Feb 26 1911 She leaves eight1 children Henry of Mclntire William and Lewis of Osage Arthur of Independence Ja cob and Mrs Elta Snyder of Or chard Mrs Hay Salzman of Col well Mrs Ruth Berg Floyd a stepdaughter Mrs Louiss Hamilton Charles City one brother Henry oC Shelby 20 grandchildren and 26 great grandchildren She was a meniber of the Baptist church all her life McFavland Funeral Rites Are Conducted at Osage OSAGE March ser vices for Gaar Robert McFarland who die at Nissen hospital Thiirs day morning were held at Cham pion funeral home Saturday con ducted by the Rev S E Ellis Mr McFarland had worked on a farm His father J R McFarland work on a farm near Brownville and sister Mrs Lizzie Buttolph al lives in that vicinity Services for Pioneer of Popejoy Are Hel POPEJOY March H Me Murry 83 long time resident o Popejoy and vicinity died at th home of a sister at Andover Ohic The body was brought to Iowa Fall accompanied by his son Newt Me Murry of Sharon Pa Funeral serv ices were held at the Woods under taking parlors yesterday afternoo and burial was made by the side o his wife in the Oak Hill cemeter south of Popejoy Surviving ar their sons J H McMurry of low Falls Will McMurry of Walke and Newt McMurry Mrs Smith Formerly of Marble Rock Is MARBLE ROCK March Word has been received from Sa Bernardino that Mrs Crabtree Smith former reaiden here was injured in an auto ace dent She was thrown between th front and back seats of the ca with such force as to crush the firs and second lumbar verteJirje of he spine Clubwomen Help at Library GREENE March club women are donating their service to the public library In the mendln department A new set of shelves ha been placed in the room in whic arc kept the periodicals HERE AND THERE miscellaneous Items From 125 GlobeGazette Correspondents in North Iowa and Minnesota Mrs Dahle Hostess Immanuel L R met at the home of Mrs N Dahle this afternoon Guest From Minneapolis Myrtle Lar on of Minneapolis visited Sunday rith her sister Mrs Ann Swenson ho is here visiting her parents Mr nd Mrs A B Larson Girls Entertain Mothers girls of the ninth rade domestic science class under he direction of Miss Erma Whan ell served their mothers at adin er Friday evening at the school ning room The meal was planned nd cooked by the girls and enter ainment provided afterward About o were present In Iowa City Hospital ROCK infant son of x and Mrs Vernon McKee is at he hospital in Iowa City receiving reatment Submits to Operation Solem 7 sou of he Rev and Mrs T P Solem uu erwent a major operation at Savre ospital Friday Visitor from McCallsburg Gladys Trustum eacher at McCallsburg spent the visiting her parents Mr nd Mrs Knudt Trustum Visit at Cedar Kapids Mr and Mrs Yank Barnes went to Cedar Rapids o visit their granddaughter Mrs ester Atwood and their daughter trs Lottie Miller who is in the ospital at Iowa City Sponsor Moving Pictures MARBLE ROCK The Marble ock merchants are sponsoring pic ire shows at the opera licuss each ednesday evening Ladles Aid Will Serve Baptist La es Aid will serVe a luncheon in le dining room of the church Tues ay Daughter Is Born nine pound daughter as born to Mr and Mrs Charles oy Saturday She has been named elma Jane In Hospital DECORAH Henry Haas ho has been associated in rith his father in Decorah is U the overnment hospital for war vet rang at Dwight where he will e a patient for several months Class Party Held senior cjass of he GoWfield high school held a arty at the home of Keith Wiser n Friday evening with all mem sers of the class present Move From Waterloo Jessie Todd and family of Waterloo moved into he VanSwearingen house in West Visit in Chicago and Mrs Ihno A erdes Lavon and Sylvia Ann left or Chicago to visit in ths Peter erdes home They expect to meet feva Fay Gerdes a daughter who Chicago with an entertainment ompany from California Visit in Fort Dodge and Mrs Herman elm and son Elwin and laughter Iraa went to Fort Dodge and spent he weekend with relatives Daughter Js Born ARMSTRONG Mr and Mrs wi3 Slaba are parents of a aaugh er born Friday This is the first hild iu the family Visit Hospital Patient Jennie Ing am and Mrs C Collins visited Mrs lattie Knox in a cancer nospital at herokee Bridge Club Entertained MARBLE ROCK The Wednes day night Bridge club was enter ained Friday afternoon by Mrs Ralph Wilson Following the 3 oclock luncheon Mrs Russell Smitl won first honors at bridge ant Mrs Dahlen second Visitor From Ileedsburg Christina Lund of Reedsburg is visiting he nephew A O Benson family Guests From BrmvnsUolp and Mrs O P Hack tarth and daughters Margaret suv Marie of Browiiodalc visite over the weekend in the S A Pat ton home Comes From Kansas Alice Mitchell o Pleasanton came to assist i caring for her father Hogan Stran berg who is seriously ill Sends Aid to Veterans American Le gion auxiliary met Friday afternoo with Mrs E M Jensen It wa voted to send 50 tn the noncom pensated veterans The next meei ing will be with Mrs G A Sharp Officers Nominated at Ruda Citizens Caucus RUDD March citizens caucus was held at the town ha Friday evening Nominations wer as follows Mayor Mike Kalen treasurer William Willett assessor Harry Schrader councilman Rob ert Lodge Louis Clay Georg Brandau William Hans and E A Hansen HEINSELMAN IS CREAMERY HEAD fficers of Plymouth Coop Are Named at Annual Gathering PLYMOUTH March the nnual meeting of the shareholders f the cooperative creamery held aturday at the schoolhouse the ollowing officers were elected resident G O Heinselman secre ary Ray Dixon vice president J Glaus directors Henry Sever on Lewis Peshak Fred Spreing esse Molsberry and A T Messel line Talks were given by O K Storre of Kensett and M Chritian en of Algona Judge Davidson ID EMMETSBURG March trict court in session here has bee adjourned for the week due to th illness of Judge F C Davidson wh is confined to his home with flu an complications Gets Gold Piece MARBLE ROCK March Marble Rock businessman was giv en a 20 goldplece in payment of bill the first he had seen in sorA time YOUR IOWA An Interesting Fact Daily About the State You Are Proud to Cali Sour Own The spring term at Iowa State eachers college haa attracted 18 students in comparison to aa ttendance of at the winter erm Those now enrolled include 00 women and 418 men 10NEER IS DEAD AT ROCK FALLS tendrew Funeral to Be Held Tuesday Wife and Three Children Survive ROCK FALLS March iam Kendrew pioneer resident of Falls died at his home in Rock Falls late Sunday afternoon Mr Kendrew was in ill health everal months and for the last five weeks had been seriously ill He is urvived by his wife one daughter John Wyborney and two sons Clarence of Rock Falls and Ben of Vora Springs Mr Kendrews first wife Mrs Ida Kendrew one daugh er Nellie and a son George pre eded him in death Funeral services will be held to lorrow afternoon in the M E hurch at Rock Falls Vlany Schools Entered in Declaim Wednesday at New Hampton High NEW HAMPTON March he state sub district declamatory ontest will be held in the New iampton high school assembly Wed esday night March 15 Cresco redericksburg Teachers high of tedar Falls Decorah and New Hampton will compete Three local tudents will participate 3sage Womens Study Club Entertained by Mitcbell Unit Group MITCHELL March 13 The Jnity club of Mitchell entertained the Womens Study club of Osage at a 1 oclock luncheon Friday at the home of Mrs Tver Tiederman northeast of town Covers were lai or about SO A program was given oy the visiting club All responded to the call by giving a curren event Mrs H E LaRue gave a pa per on international relations Sev eral musical numbers were given County chairman Mrs B N Hen dricka of Riceville was also pres ent and gave a talk Daughter Is Born and Mrs Joe llch have a daughter born Friday morning This is their third child wo girls and one boy Florence Young Hostess Young en ertalned a group of young persons t the Charles Yost home on Friday veningr Is Receiving Treatment ROCK Dane Gast s receiving treatment at the hos ital at Iowa City Born at Osnjre son was born to Mr jnd Mrs Elmer Ketleson at Nissen ospital Saturday morning A aughter was born to Mr and Mrs Carl Nack at their home near Graf on Friday morning Friends Are Entertained and Mrs Lyle Brones ntertained a group of friends Sat iiday evening Gives TixlU on Art Ann Swen on who spent several years in It 1y gave a talk at the local high uditorium before the high school tudents and faculty on art and the vays of Italy Hostess to Knlrc NOJJS A J Eason vas hostess to the Entre Nous ridge club Thursday evening Mrs 1 C Stone and Miss Norma Part idge won the high scores A deli ious lunch was served by the host ss Arrrivc From Detroit and Mrs George chuyler and Mrs Schuylers mpth r Mrs Mabel Heggen arrived rom Detroit for a several weeks isit at the J S Schuyler home Visit at Lowflen and Mrs Walter Vagner and son Jimmie Miss U B VTusel and Miss T Folken went to owden Saturday to visit Miss parents Mr and Mrs J F Musel Goes to Chicago F Dunkelberg ounty supervisor made a business rip to Chicago Sivea City Man Patient Kruger of wea City was operated on for the emoval of his appendix at the Vohnke hospital Friday afternoon Mrs Ramsey Funeral Conducted at Game GARNER March a service in the Westminster Pres byterlan church in Dea Moines fo Mrs W H Ramsay another wa held here Saturday afternoon Th Garner pastor J B Pollock wh had been a guest in the Ramsa home and the Rev Mr Williams Des Moines pastor conducted th service Pallbearers were F E Blackstone J N Sprole Georg Knaupp Scott Pollock Floyd Fier and Orville Johnston Play to Be Presented at Rudd Friday Nigh RUDD March play Sh Would Have A Party will be pre sented in the Legion hall Frida evening Proceeds will go to the S1 E church budget The followin are in the east Mesdamcs John Lo terbour William Hans Rober Lodge and William Weber th Misses Carol Johnson and Mari Andersen Kenneth Ell Carl Carl son Lloyd Krause Dr Roy Schwcl ner Bnrl Stallter Melvin Fine and Don Willett Play Planned for Tuesday ARMSTRONG March th meeting of the P T A tomorro evening a one act play That What They All will be give Several vocal selections will also presented 37 NEW GASES IN WORTH COURT Beardmore to Be Judge of Court at Northwood for First Time NORTHWOOD March tyseven new cases will appear on the docket for the March term of court including a number of suits instituted by H E Skinner receiver for the closed First National bank Several real estate foreclosure ac tions are included Judge T A Beardmore of Charles City will pre side This will be the first term of court in Worth county since his ap pointment to the twelfth judicial bench Grand jurors are instructed to ap pear for duty on Tuesday March 21 at 10 a m Trial jurors will ap pear Tuesday March 28 at 10 a ra Those selected for trial jury duty are O L Roslien Glen Byer Dan ville township Edwin Levorson Corbit Adams Bristol township Orvil Severson Genevieve West B a r t on township Lloyd Viaje George Dokken Brookfield town ship s S Field C P Wilson Edlth Paulson Frank Werner Joe Hovell Lincoln township Chester Arz berger Henry F Trettin Union township Carl O Olson Aaron Mowers Kensett township Leland Rustad T O Groe G Burtness Bernice Christiansen Ella Dodge Northwood Mabel Groe Gunver Oyer Silver Lake township Louis Varberg Arthur Heimdal Fertile township Will Burnett Deer Creek township Martin Spilde Peter Mad son Hartland township Harry Thompto Grove township Former Emmetsburg Pair Uninjured When Home Is Damaged by Earthquake EMMETSBURG March and Mrs E C Stevens wired local relatives that they were safe but badly shaken up at their Long Beach home which was damaged in the earthquake They formerly lived at Ayrshire Melvin and Emmets burg where he managed the Hoyal Lumber companies It aeems that the inventor of technocracy doesnt know very much about it State Journal PRESIDENT SIGNS BANK LAW signed the new emergency banking law the same duj it was rushed through congress With him is Secretary Womlin of the treasury 12PLAGEO LIST OF SOCIETY New Members of Scholarship Group at Waldorf Are Named by Head FOREST CITY March dent J L Rendahl acting president of Waldorf college announced that 12 students have been admitted to Phi Theta Kappa scholarship soci ety Membership in the society is limited to 10 per cent of the student body Students must have attained a B average to be eligible The new members are Alvin Domholdt Hanlontown Maglene Erdahl Rake Helen Hillison Lee Myrtle Holmlund Mason City Gina Knutson Fordeville N Pearl Lewer Waseca Ruth Peterson Postville Esther Pueggel Clear Lake Bardolf Storaasli Em mons Lillian Thada Garner Luraine Peterson Grace Stevenson Forest City Former members of the society who are attending Waldorf vollegre this year are Mildred Holstad Lake Mills Muriel Salvesen Marjorie Welch Forest city Roof Fire Extinguished DOWS March fire in the roof of the Charles Kelly house Sun day afternoon was quickly put out by the fire department before it grained much headway GIRL IS AGAIN BEST SPELLER Laura Jane Keefe 13 Wins Franklin Contest for Second Time HAMPTON March Jane Keefe 13 daughter Mr and Mrs W J Keefe was again winner at the annual Franklin county spel ling contest held in the courtroom of the courthouse Saturday after noon under the supervision of County Superintendent Harry J Henderson The second place winner was Le ola Yount Sheffield third Eliza beth Jergens Marion township district two fourth Vadonna BryV an Lee township district eight fifth Lloyd Dodd Plainview Rich land township sixth Opal Kline Lee township district five seventh Clara Klein Osccola township dis trict two eighth Minnie Oeikere Richland Oelhkers district The winning word was parallelo gram and Miss Keefe received a prize of Laura Jane Keefe wJio was the winner in the 1932 con test will represent Franklin county at the state contest in Des Moines on May 6 I I Crowd Attends Play at Thompson by Ellis Point THOMPSON March three act comedy Snuffling was presented by the M E women of Ellia Point church at the OHair building Friday night to a fair sized audience It will be given at Buf falo Center later Mrs C W Stowe directed the play Mrs August Nordig sang a solo between each act Dows Man Is Injured in Fall From Load of Hay DOWS March Muh lenbruch fell from a load of hay Friday and suffered a fractured hip He was taken to Iowa Falls for an Xray and then returned to his home about two miles north of here As an industrial plan technocracy seems to be an 100 per cent bust but it would make a dandy name for a Pullman Telegraph as an Old Gold Youll get a thrill from the smooth acting of Myrna Loy and Leslie 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