Get 1 more page view just for clicking
to like us on Facebook
Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 9, 1933, Mason City, Iowa EIGHT MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE 9 BJ 1933 CLARION MAN AND GENEVA BOY ATTACKED BY BULLS HURT tail M f i WIFE RESCUES CLARK JENISON Harley Burkley 14 Caught in Attempt to Climb Through Peace CLARION Sept Jenl son farmer la la a serious condition at his home three and a half miles northwest of here as a result of in juries received when attacked by a bull Friday morning Jenisons col larbone and three ribs were broken and he had not fully regained con sciousness late Friday evening 12 hours after the accident The farmer was attacked when he attempted to lead the bull back into the barn after watering it in the feed lot The bull drove Jenison against the stall wall attemptingto gore him The man was saved from more serious injury by the prompt action of his wife who diverted the bulls attention by throwing a pail at its head The bull then attacked the pail enabling Mrs Jenison to drag her husband to safety in an other part of the barn Mrs Jenison then rushed to the home of neighbors for aid They re turned with her and carried the un conscious farmer into the house Al though Jenison will probably recov er physicians reported that he will be confined to his home for some time Boy IB Recovering GENEVA Sept Burk ley 14 year old boy attacked yester day by an angry bull was reporte by the family physician to be re HERE AND THERE Miscellaneous Items From 125 GlobeGazette Correspondents Inxorth Iowa and Minnesota Visitors From Ottunnva Clyde Milnes and son Billy of Ottumwa arrived at the home of her mother Mrs Thor Johnson yesterday for a short visit Honored on Anniversary and Mrs P C Lohr Mr and Mrs William Moeller and daughter Mr and Mrs Fred Ehle bracht and sons and Miss Irene Decker were entertained with a dinner at the Albert Decker home Wednesday in honor of Mr and Mrs Deckers fortieth weddingan niversary Attend Worlds Fair and Mrs YOUR IOWA An Interesting Foci Daily About the State You Are Proud to Call Your Own Iowa supplies the markets of th nation with more corn fattene beef cattle than any other state R E Hutton and Mr and Mrs A W Kennedy left Thursday after noon for Chicago to attend the Cen tury of Progress Keturn From Kenyon Charles John son and children returned home from a weeks visit with her par ents Mr and Mrs G L Hilling at Kenyon Minn Arrives From Greeley Forence Meyer who teaches at Greeley Colo ar rived home for a visit with her mother Mrs Carrie Meyer and other relatives Arrive From Chicago and Mrs Hoy covering at the Lutheran hospita at Hampton He is the stepson o Joe Redding The boy was caught as he at tempted to go through a wire fence and the flesh and ligaments of his right leg were torn loose from the knee to ankle He was then able to get away from the animal Since the bone was uninjured amputation was not necessary The attack occurred on the Red ding farm southwest of Geneva Mrs V B McCormick 73 Succumbs at Forest City FOREST CITY Sept V B McCormick 73 of Des Moines died Thursday at the home of her friend Misa Nina Secor at Forest City The body will be taken to Des Moines for burial Blythe Chicago and Rays mother Mrs Nina Blythe arrived here yes terday Mrs Nina Blythe will re main with her daughter Mrs John Frankl for the winter The Roy Blythes will return to Chicago in a few days They will be accompanies by their son Wendell who hag been vacationing here and by Mrs Blythes mother Mrs Lorentzen Hostess NORA Bertha Lorentzen is entertaining Mr and Mrs H C Knutson of Valley City N Dak and Mrs C O Knutson of Chicago Guests From West Branch and Mrs Clemens and son Bobby of West Branch are visiting in the Edward De Graw home Will Go to Kansas E Raecker will Visits In St Paul company with h granddaughter Mrs Selmer Hovt land her husband and children wh live south of here O Paulson le Friday morning on a motor trip I St Paul where he will visit his so and daughterinlaw Mr and Mr Clifford Charlson Suffers Broken Hip ron 82 fell and broke her hip in trying to get out of bed Mrs Hanson has been in poor health for the past year Her daughter The pne was absent from the house a few minutes when she fell eave for Wichita Kans Monday where he will remain a couple of weeks in a sanitarium for treatment or rupture The Rev Mr Barth of Latimer will accompany him Returns From Chicago Harry Hefele re turned Thursday from Chicago where he visited his son Harold Mrs Schottes Treasurer Bchottac Kossuth County Fair Combined Attendance Is Placed at 26000 ALGONA Sept attend ance of the Kcssuth county fair FrJ day the last day of the fair wa 8500 the estimated crowd forth combined days was 26000 Stock of Eagle Grove Clothing Store Sole EAGLE GSOVE Sept stock of the former R A Baker anc Sou drygroods and ready to wear store which has been operated by W R Baker since the recent deati of the senior Baker has been sole to J R Baden and company of Lake City It is understood that the busi necss will be continued Meals 2Oc up Genuine Chow Mein SOc Cltop Suey 25c Order any quantity to serve at home 0 K CAFE 303 South Federal Phone 899 will be treasurer of the Lute Ladies aid the remainder of this year She is taking the place of Mrs S R Torgreson who has moved to Lake Mills Leaves for New Yorlc LONEROCK Pearl Hanna daughter of Mr and Mrs George C Hanua left Friday for New York City where she will resume her teaching in the public schools Leave for Worlds Fair Mrs S L Cash men and sisterinlaw Mrs Al Erickson left for Chicago Friday to spend a week l Progress at the Century of Take This Sign Off Your Vacant Apartments The time is ripe for renting with many new opportunities Families that re trenched during the depression are spreading out marriage rate is jobs are cre ating a demand for apartments Ad vertise your apartment in the classified columns of the GlobeGazette Already many apartments have been rented through this newspapers want ads Phone 3800 GlobeGazette Chiropractors to Hold Marshalltown Sessions IOWA FALLS Sept T H Halstein of Iowa Fails secre arytreasurer of the Iowa Chiro iractorg association announced to day that the second annual meeting of the association will be held at the Hotel Tallcorn in Marshalltown Oct 15 and 16 A professional code which has just been perfected has been presented to President Roose velt and his aides and it will come up before the coming meeting for ratification Dr G F Hull of Des Molnes president of the association has appointed the following converi Dr T H Halstein of Iowa Falls Dr R B Blean of Marshalltown Dr A H Klingman of Waterloo and Dr H L Robert son of Marshalltown Winnebago Labor Union Will Meet at Thompson FOREST CITY Sept newly organized union of laboring men of Winnebago county will meet Friday evening Sept 15 In the town hall at Thompson The local is affiliated with the Iowa federa tion of labor The officers are Wil liam Campbell of Forest City presi dent and E S Ashpole J H Bat ton O p Church Jr Albert Mart G E Kloster Silas Moe and Martin Erickson Visitor From California a y m o n d younger son of Bank Conservator Charles Wellk Thursday night arrived here from Ballflower Gal He is em ployed in the oil station and tire shop of his brother George Returns to Iowa City MARBLE Dorothy Bear who spent her vacation here at the home of her mother Mrs Belle Beer and family returned to Iowa City where she is superintend ent of the childrens hospital All School Party Held ROCK first all high school party of the year was held at the Rock Falls school on Friday eve ning to climax a day of freshmen initiation activities Superintendent French and Mrs Usher chaperoned the party Return From West GORDONSVTLLE Minn Mr and Mrs Delevan Blghley returned from a six weeks motor trip through western states Mrs EttaJBighley who has visited her daughter Mrs Cecil Davison at Bothel Wash the past year came home with them Reception Is Held ROCK of the Live Wire Sunday school class held a party onThursday evening to wel come the new members into their class Myrtle Krug is class teacher Move to Gordonsvllle GORDONSVILLE Minn Mr and Mrs Rick of Lyle are moving to Gordonsville Mr Rick is the new buttermaker at the local creamery Visitors From Minneapolis and Mrs W Hampton Church Plans Anniversary Program HAMPTON Sept forty second anniversary of the of the Church of Christ will be cele brated here Sunday with special ser vices all day Several former pas tors including the first one the Rev B S Denny now living in Des Moines will be present The Rev C S Kleckner the present pastor will preside at the services Will Organize in Wright CLARION Sept J Breen of Fort Dodge president of the Iowa Young Democrats associa tion met with a number of Wright county men at Hotel Moore here Friday night to assist with prelim inary plans for the organization of a Wright county association Judoc Richard F Mitchell of Fort Dodgo also spoke MONEY You cant go far without money you dont have to go far to get it in any when you need it United Financial Service F M Humphrey Manager Phone 1414 s nnsT STHEET N STARTER GENERATOR AND IGNITION Central Battery and Electric Company W Claus of Minneapolis came for a visit with Mrs Clauses aunt Mrs ifate McLeotl before the schools of city begin where Mr Claus is an instructor Go to Des Molncs and Mrs P M hristenson left Friday morning for 3es Moincs where they were called y the illness of their daughter Marietta a nurse in the hospital vho is suffering from an infection n her eye Returns From Illinois Mary Elder re urncd Thursday from an eight lonths visit with relativessat Mt uburn and other points in Illinois Returns to Wisconsin Perry Hos ins returned to Spring Brook is having visited her sister Mrs Christensen a brotherinlaw ilo Hoskins and Mra Richard arr with whom she made her home or several years GivenW Missions mission fest the Reformed church Wednesday as well attended and more than 1QO in cash was made for foreign issions Home From Chicago WHEELERWOOD The Henry dglngton family is home after pending a few days at the Worlds air Will Teach Home Economics Madaline Greelis Waterloo was hired to teach ome economics for Latimer public schools at meeting of the school board Taken to Hospital Hopkey was taken to the Hampton hospital for examination and treatment for heart trouble Leave for Des Molnes and Mrs G A Mayer left Thursday for a weeks visit with relatives in Des Moines A S Dinner Planned first division of the L A S will have a dinner at the church basement Wednesday Leave for Worlds Fair company with Mr and Mrs Kenneth Eidahl Mr and Mrs M O J Maakestad leftFri day evening on a motor trip to Chi cago and Century of Progress fair Visitors From Montana and Mrs L B Myhr of Turner Mont Mrs Henry Randall Oilman Mont Oscar Lund of Charleston N Dale and Mrs Lizzie Michleson and son of Min neapolis came Thursday evening for a visit of several days with rel atives Enters Coe College and Mrs A A Krueger took her sister Beulah Gladstone to Cedar Rapids Friday where she will enter Coe college as a sophomore The Kruegers re turned Saturday Visitors at Dougherty DOUGHERTY Visitors here were Mlsa NellieOReilly Chicago Mrs J Gallagher Miss Marice and Edward of Rockford HI Misses Teresa and Genevieve Gallagher of Minneapolis Former Residents Visitors MESERVEY Mr and Mrs James Groen of Ladysmith Wisi have been visiting relatives here and at Belmond for the past 10 days They formerly lived here Returned From Chicago Pearl Koilman re turned Friday morning from Chi cago where she visited Miss Cora Miller and attended the fair Visitors From Minneapolis Rev and Mrs Raymond Grant and family of Min neapolis spent Friday with the for mers parents the Rev and Mrs A R Grant Return From Chicago Fred Zuehl Mr and Mrs LeRoy Zuehl Misses Maomi and Emma Zuehl returned from Chicago Anniversary Is Planned CRYSTAL fall festival and anniversary observance of the Ladles Aid will be held at the M NBA TO PROMOTE PUBLIC WELFARE Nelson of Decorah Declares Americans Make Unmake Own Destinies WATERLOO Sept will see a more equal distribution of wealth through the national re covery program assorted Attorney J A Nelson of Decorah chairman of the Winneshiek county NRA committee in an address here Ultimately It will result in giving more serious attention to the most hopeful the most powerful and the most sensible phases of our national promotion of the general welfare Attorney Nelson sketched the growth of government in Its relation to carrying out the welfare of the public Particularly in America the men and women came naturally in to their sound viewpoints as to per sonal rights and privileges Motto Common Sense It was rightly determined At torney Nelson continued that our country should not be the govern ment of an autocrat any more than it should be the government of a mob that intelligence and learn ing should furnish the key to our existence and advancement that our motto in its abstract form should be common sense We are now in the midst of a national dilemma The people who compose the national peo ple of the United called Upon to take into account the best STRONG AT 105 interest of the public good and make every contribution possible that there might be a return to normal At 105 Horace Hart of Twin Falls Idn modestly clnlms ho is the oldest living member n the G A JJ Ho observed his last birthday by smoUlng liis dally 10 clgurs playing poker nnd faking a nip of SZ which he thinks is a mlto weak conditions We Up to People have reached a situation and did it not come about the people in dividually and class by class live under such bewildering circum stances that they themselves are not certain whether they are com ing or going As a people we must recognize that we are in a Jarge measure to blame for this catastro phe We the people make unmake our own destinies The recovery program will suc ceed or fail whichever is the na tions pleasure It requires a for ward and confi dent m every move and avoiding every retreat Attorney Nelson stressed the im portance of recovery to the farmer as well as to industry He pointed out that the farm problems cannot be solved by the government alone but like every other national prob lem by the united efforts or the people When the consumer reaches a place where his purchasing power increases he will also Increase his purchase of products from the farm Hans G Hanson Dies at Decorah Funeral Will Be Held Monday DECORAH Sept 9Hans G Hanson 69 died yesterday after noon at his home Mr Hanson had suffered a lingering illness the past 16 years and was partly crippled at the time of his death Funeral ser vices will be held on Monday at the Willis nnd Nes Funeral home with the Revs O Glesne and T O Tolo officiating Burial will be made in the Lutheran cemetery Mr Hanson was born in Pleasant township He was married in 1889 to Josephine Halvorson who survives Seven children were bom five of whom survive Mrs Albert Smorstad Ag nes James and Raymond Hanson Decorah and Henry B Hanson Cresco Auxiliary at Swea City NamesMrs Myhr Head 2 Unit Members Honored SWEA CITY Sept 9 The American Legion auxiliary elected President Mrs Henry Myhr vice president Mrs Herman Bowman second vice Mrs Clarence Johnson1 secretary Mrs Ray Lord treasur er Mrs Lester Haglund chaplain Mrs William Leland historian Mrs Prank Sayers sergeant at arms Mrs Walter Bo vis After the reg luar meeting the members of the auxiliary went to the home of Mrs George K Nelson president and a party was given in honor of two of the auxiliary members who were brides Honored guests were Mr Fern Walker Dahl and Mrs Edna Nyman Peterson tn cue ivi E church Friday Sept 14 All the past ministers and wives will be In vited and also the district superin tendent School Near Lake Mills First to Report Perfect in Dental Hygiene Work LAKE MILLS Sept 9 Miss Jewel Heltne teacher In district 3 Center township is the first in Win nebago county to report a 100 per cent school in dental hygiene This Is the fifth consecutive year that this school has been the first to re port It will be awarded a certifi cate by the bureau of dental hy giene of the University of Iowa at Iowa City As an award for their remarkable record a special treat was sent to the pupils and their teacher by Miss Clara E Olson Winnebago county superintendent of schools Teachers Will Be Honored CRYSTAL LAKE Sept re ception for the teachers of the con solidated school will be held Monday evening in the church basement This will be a community affair Incoming Carloadings at New Hampton Show 41 Per Cent Increase NEW HAMPTON Sept N LaZotte agent for the Chicago Mil waukee St Paul and Pacific re ports that for the month of August 1933 incomingcarloadiog to New Hampton was 41 per cent greater than in August 1932 and that out going carloading during August 1933 was 20 per cent larger than the same month last year Lake Mills Pioneer Honored on Birthday LAKE MILLS Sept J M Johnson one of the pioneer resi dents of this city was honored by her children friends and relatives on her eightysixth birthday at her home Thursday afternoon Mrs Charles Rippe and daughter Lovil la who have been visiting here for the past two weeks returned to Mitchell Si Decorah Carpenters to Draft Wage Agreemen DECORAH Sept 25 carpenters plumbers and painter met Thursday evening at the court house and discussed the adoption o the NRA codes for their respeetivt classas A committee was appointee to outline an agreement and wage scale Members of the committee for the carpenters were E B Vine Lars Seim and August Moen Leon ard Olson to represent the painters and Leonard Williams the plumb ers The agreement will be drafted by the various committees and seated at the next meeting which will be held on Sept 18 at the court house Vetter Home Nashua Is Damaged by Flames NASHUA Sept roof of the Emll Vetter house in Floyd county was badly damaged by fire Thursday afternoon when it caughl fire supposedly from an ovcrheatec stovepipe Mrs Albert Vetter start ed n fire In the stove to prepare a lunch for the men in the field and when she oclurncd from the field found the house on fire The fire was extinguished by water from the well before tlic fire department ar rived from town Achievement Day to Be Held at Little Cedar OSAGE Sept annual Achievement day of the county Farm Bureau women will be ob served Tuesday at the Methodist church at Little Cedar A pageant lag dedication music a talk by Mr Heeler of the federation office and a picnic dinner are planned Robinson Union Sneaker HAMPTON Sept union meeting of the Baptist Methodist md Congregational churches will be leld at the Congregational church Sunday eveningand the Rev J O Hobinson will be the sepaker YOU CANT FOOL THE PUBLIC They know hen the shoe fits They can tell by the looks nnd the fee FEEL OUT 10ll 3rJ lo Art MINNEAPOLIS Trophies Awarded at Clarion Country Club for Seasons Tourneys i CLARION Sept Country club members and their guests were entertained Thursday night at the last of the regular bi monthly family dinners of the W H Atherton president duced the sports chairman Dr R D Bernard who presented trophies 1 to the winning members of the sea sons golf tournaments The Steele cup which Is awarded each year to the winner of the first flight was presented to W V Tyrrell Sr of J Belmond R E Wilson Clarion received the trophy in the second flight and Burt Harwood in the third flight C Shupe was given the seasons consolation prize Special recognition was given to W K Roosevelt who won the first 1 flight in the stop flight tournament held a short time ago at Albert j Lea Mrs N J Weber was awarded the cup for placing first in the wo mens golf tournament An original program directed and written by Maurice Birdsall Jr fol lowed the presentation of awards The play was in the form of a New Deal entertainment Participating i were Charles Austin Sylvia Hilton N Pern Pardun Eileen Shannon Jeanfi Pardun Betty Austin and Rogers the third act Arthurjflj Nagle Jfelvine Draheim RosaHe48 Rohrbach Kathryn Shannon andBp Amy Austin fffSJ PLAYLAND GALORE Guests ore able lo take short jaunls out into Minnesotas Land of 10000 Lakes each day and return each evening to a comfortable wshk Tde Curtis THE RECOVERY PROGRAM A NEW day dawns Business in the midst of change and readjust ment looks forward As purchasing power advances agriculture and business will require seasonal credit Merchants ivillnecdadcquatestocks All this demands credit And commercial hank credit for sound operations is available Never was it more apparent that the community and its bank are good loans stimu late activity by providing the funds which are needed while products are in the process of cultivation manufacture or sale From the banks standpoint such loans are a sound and profitable investment There are certain basic rules however which must govern a bank in lending money A bank should not provide the initial capital for business ventures It cannot take risks with the money left on deposit by the customers to whom it be longs A bank should also discourage speculative borrowings even though adequate collateral is available or other evidences of ability to pay are apparent The chief purpose of a bank ia lo provide a safe and convenient place for people to deposit their money Out of this money left on deposit loans are made to individuals and businesses to help finance their regular seasonal activity Through this normal course of business the loans are paid back out of themonej thus earned This bank has money to lend to borrowers ivho meet its reasonable credit requirements First National Bank OF MASON CITY IOWA 4ffiUated with NORTHWEST BANCORPORATION
Once upon a time newspapers were our main source of information. Now those old newspapers are a reliable source for hundreds of years of history and secrets of the past. Now you can search for people, places, and events without the hassle of sorting through mountains of papers!
Newspaper Archive is the world's largest online newspaper database featuring over 130 million newspaper pages. Plus our database expands by one newspaper page per second for a total of around 2.5 million pages per month! The value of your membership grows along with it.
Those looking to find out more about their forefathers can empower their genealogy search with Newspaper Archive. Within our massive database, users can search ancestors' names for news stories and obituaries. We must understand our past to understand our future!
24 hours a day Monday-Saturday
Your full introductory membership payment will be credited toward the cost of full membership any time you choose to upgrade!
"It is amazing how easy and exciting it is to access all of this information! I found hundreds of articles about my relatives from Germany! Well worth the subscription!" - Michael S.
"I love this site. It's interesting to read articles about different family members. I've found articles as well as an obituary about an uncle who passed away before I was born, and another about a great aunt. It's great for helping with genealogy." - Patricia T.
"A great research tool. Allows me to view events and gives me incredible insight into the stories of the past." - Charles S.