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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 13, 1933, Mason City, Iowa                                KIGHT MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE OCTOBER 13 1933 46 IOWA PUBLIC WORKS PROPOSALS APPROVED BY BOARD MANY IN NORTH IOWA ARE LISTED Lawler Whittemore De corah Manly and Forest City Plan Projects DES SIOINES Oct 13 tysix Iowa public works proposals amounting to were moving forward to Washington to day after being approved by the Iowa public works advisory board Twentythree of the projects al ready were enroute seeking national approval They total Twentythree more were in the fin al stages of preparation as engin eering forms wore being filled out The new list came out of a board session which also heard protests of the Iowa Public Service com pany of Sioux City against a 000 grant to the city of Remsen for a municipal electric light plant No Formal Action The board took no formal action on the request pointing out that it is obligated to forward all projects received to Washington regardless 01 what action the board itself might see fit to take The projects forwarded to Wash ington today included Waverly sewage disposal plant 590000 West Union waterworks construction Fort Dodge waterworks Laurens sew age plant 59628 The following projects were passed upon by the board and or dered sent to Washington as soon as the engineering forms can be filled out Guthrie Center waterworks 000 Cherokee schools 540000 Ack Jey sewage plant 517000 XawJer electric distributing system Whittemore storm sewer Decorah waterworks Guth rie Center sewage plant Manly park improvements 55000 Forest City sewage plant 540000 Des Ifoines armory Mrs Maier Named Regent of C D A in Eagle Grove EAGLE GROVE Oct 13 The Catholic Daughters of America elected Regent Mrs Fred Maier vice regent Mrs George Campbell historian Mrs J E Whalen trea surer Mrs Mary OToole lecturer Mrs T J OToole financial secre tary Miss Kate Murphy monitor Mrs G R Fenley prophetess Mrs Frank Lynch sentinel Mrs J F Keller organist Mrs A E Keller trustees Mrs J E Anderson Mrs T II Thielen and Mrs Carrie Schlader Nilsen Former Pastor at Northwood Succumbs NORTHWOOD Oct leached Northwood yesterday of the death of the Rev Ole Nilsen 89 pioneer Worth county Lutheran min ister who made his home the past 13 years in Grand Forks N Dak He came from Norway to America am after attending the Cedar Valley seminary at Osage the University of Minnesota and the Augsburg The ological seminary he was ordained as a minister of the Lutheran de nomination He came to Northwooe in 1874 from the seminary and served the Shell Rock and Elk Creek Norwegian Lutheran congregations until 1892 when lie accepted a col to Scandinavia Wis Bowers Named Commander of Lime Springs Legion LIME SPRINGS Oct special meeting of the Lloyd I Horton post No 545 of the Amer can Legion the following officer were elected Don Bowers com mander R E Jones vice coir nander Leo Wldmer adjutant HERE AND THERE v Miscellaneous Items From 125 GlobeGazette Correspondents in North Iowa and Minnesota Are Parents of Daughter ST to Coach nd Mrs Max Rieke a pound aby girl on Tuesday evening This their first child Mrs Budlong Recovering J J Budlong 6 who was operated on for gall tones at the Kossuth hospital at Igona is reported getting along atisfactorily Goes to Chicago George Dentel eft Wednesday noon for Chicago here she will meet her husband nd spend a week at the Worlds air Mr Dentel has been in Cin ati Ohio where he attended the eneral conference of the Evangel cal churches as a delegate of this istrict Guests Are Entertained and Mrs H R and daughter from Minne ota Lake Minn Mr and Mrs ihrist Jewel and daughter MrsW Bond of Almond N Dak and Irs Jewel from Webster City vis ted at the William H Wolle home Leaves for Milwaukee W Hulsebus eft for Milwaukee Tuesday morn ng on a business trip Move to Nebraska and Mrs C C Anderson left Wednesday for their icw home at Fall City Nebr Mrs nderson has been visiting the W Godfrey home several weeks vhile her husband was at Kansas City He returned for her Tuesday evening Condition Is Critical C O Yeney is in a tritical condition in a Jason City hospital Attend Worlds Fair J M Smith nd Mrs C B Stockdale are in Chicago attending the Worlds fair Substitute for Teacher Love Heid ross has been substsituting in the rimary grades for her sister Eleanor who is at home with a ad cold this week Toe Is Amputated Nowell a pa tent at the St Francis hospital at Waterloo had an operation Tues ay when his toe was removed Entertained at Dinner dinner honoring Ir and Mrs Ernest Bueher was iven at the home of Mr and Mrs Glassel Wednesday Mr and Irs Buehrer are starting house eeping in the Buehrer apartment Winners Are Entertained of last years james in the Junior Bridge club entertained the winners Thursday it the home of Mrs Walter Wright A midday luncheon was followed jy an afternoon at bridge Return From Chicago LAKE Nelson and Joe Thronveit returned from Chi cago where they attended the fair Home From Hospital Me3er was jrought home from the Hampton lospital on Tuesday and is getting along nicely Visitors From Dubuque A W Bandy and son Louis Charles Dubuque are spending the week with her sis ter Mrs J L Clemens and family Visita In Minneapolis Hass left Thursday for Minneapolis where he will visit the four brothers who are located there Returns From Visit Dobel Manly returned from a two weeks visit with friends at Greene She also attended the Dairy Cattle Con gress in Waterloo Visitor From Bristol and Mrs Gott lieb Silverberger and daughter Emma of Bristol Col came Tues day to visit Mrs Silverbergers sis ter Mrs W F Erdman YOUR IOWA An Interesting Fact Dolly About the State You Are Proud to Call Your Own Sweet corn raised in Iowa in 1932 was valued at according to the Iowa weather and crop bu reau ST Daughter Is Born pound daughter was born to Mr and Mrs Walter Belz Wednesday evening This Is their first child Attend Worlds Fulr and Mrs B F Hodson and Mr and Mrs J Bortner are attending the Worlds fair at Chicago Will Give Lecture GREENE The Rev August He Spent His Days Worrying About a Disease He Didnt Have Thousands of People Who Think They Have A Serious Disorder Have Only Acid Stomach Easily Corrected Now Baetke Milwaukee Wiswill give an illustrated lecture on deaconess work Tuesday night Oct Z7 at the local Evangelical Lutheran church under the auspices of the aid society of the church Mrs Trainer Hostess WHEELERWOOD Mrs John Trainer entertained the Busy Bee club Wednesday The project lesson was given by Mrs DeGraw The November meeting is to be with Mrs Henry Tuche Return From Chicago Leslie Pfaltz graff and daughter Audrey re turned from a weeks visit at the Century of Progress and with two sisters Miss Sadie Scoville Chi cago and Mrs Blanche Rodemeyer from California Visitors From Montrose A A Craig and daughter of Montrose S Dak is visiting several days with her parents the Rev and Mrs J J SkarpnesSj Return to Stewartsville Mary Hunter and daughter Alta Mae of Stew artsville Minn who has been vis iting several days with her parents Mr and Mrs C W Freech returned home Wednesday accompanied by her mother who will visit there two weeks Return From Duluth and Mrs Mel vin Anderson returned home from Duluth Minn where they visited several days with Mr Andersons brother who is very ill Bazaar to Be Held Ladies Aid so ciety set the date for their annual bazaar and supperfor Oct 2T5 Returns to BnderUn LYLE Larson re turned to his home in Enderlin N Dak after having spent several days here with relatives Return to Home LYLE and Mrs N C Putnam nad son Grant returned home from International Falls Minn after having spent several weeks there Mrs Anderson Hostess G M Anderson entertained the Lutheran Ladies Aid society in her home on Thurs day afternoon Several guests were present Daughter Is Bom and Mrs Elmer Katter arc parents of an 8 pound daughter born Wednesday night The child has been named Joyce Antoinette The Katters have four sons History of Music Given first tali meeting of the New Century club was held at the home of Mrs Lee Stewart Thursday afternoon Mrs M F Birdsall as the assisting hostess presented Arthur Nagle in a mu sical program The opening num ber was a group of songs by the high school quartet Dean Lin forWayne Sharp Charles Austin and David Pardun Arthur Nagle reviewed the history of music Attend Nephews Wedding and Mrs Henry Tuche motored to Garna villo to attend the wedding of a nephew of Mr Tuche Daughter Is Born and Mrs H H Loerhoff northeast of Allison are parents of a daughter born Oct 11 They have one other child a boy Brother in Critical Condition and Mrs W Sayre were called to Traer Wed nesday on account of the illness of Mrs Sayres brother C R Owens who is in a critical condition Submits to Operation BUFFALO CENTER Ernest Thompson 18 son of Mr and Mrs Martin Thompson submitted to a major operation at the Dalmage hospital Wednesday Will Begin Series first of a series of bridge and 500 parties spon sored by the Manly Legion auxil iary will be held in the Legion club rooms Monday There will be prizes awarded each evening and final prizes Similar parties will be held Oct 23 and 30 and Nov 6 13 and 20 Daughter Is Born daughter was born to Mr and Mrs Clarence Schutjer at their home southeast of town This is the first child in the family Speak on Trips Tuesday club met at the country home of Mrs Albert Gen rich Mrs John Voss and Mrs O J Marty spoke on the Worlds fair Submits to Operation Harve Tallmon was taken to the Mercy hospital at Waverly where she underwent a major operation Wednesday morn ing William Baade Rites Will Be Held Saturday in Church at Titonka TITONKA Oct ser vices for William Baade 32 who died yesterday at the home of his mother between Titonka and Wes ley will be held Saturday at the Lutheran church northeast of Ti tonka in charge of the Rev A Kil ian Mr Baade had been ill for sev eral months with kidney trouble Besides his mother he leaves four sisters and two brothers Mrs Ern est Senne Mrs Chris Senne and Mrs William Koch of Woden Mrs August F Christ of Lakota Henry Baade and Dick Baade of Wesley Mrs Kittleson 76 Ridgeway Is Buried RIDGEWAY Oct Tom Kittleson 76 died Wednesday at her home two miles west of Ridge way following an extended illness Funeral services were conducted this afternoon at the home with the Rev D C Jordahl officiating Auxiliary Officers Installed ACKLEY Oct were installed in the home of Mrs E R Hadley at the meeting of the American Legion auxiliary Wed nesday Mrs Lulu Keough is presi dent Emmetsburg Pastor Will Speak at Waldorf Fest College Choir Will Appear at Homecoming Program for First Time FOREST CITY Oct Rev Martin C Thompson of Em metsburg will preach the festival sermon at the Waldorf college home coming Sunday Oct 29 He is a graduate of the academic depart ment at Waldorf with the class of 1915 The Waldorf choir under the di rection of Prof Odvin Hagen will make its first apearance of the sea son at this service The installation of the new president J L Rendahl wil take place at this time with the Rev J A M Hinderlie in charge Mr Hinderlie is president of the Waldorf college association The Rev Stanley L Olsen dean of religion will serve as liturgist The services will be held in the Im manuel Lutheran church at a m THE REV M C THOMPSON Fredericksburg Rites Held for Mrs Chase FREDERICKSBURG Oct Funeral services for Mrs Mary Chase 92 were held here yester day with the Rev Carl Spieker of the Baptist church officiating Mrs Chase was formerly a resident of Decorah but for several years had divided her time here with her son Fred Chase and her daughter Mrs Gertrude Bernatz at Decorah A granddaughter Marjorie Chase al so survives Burial was at Hesper MAN HURT WHEN STRUCK BY TRAIN Belmond Truck Demolished Hosick Suffers Cuts and Bruises BELMOND Oct Hosiclc vas injured when the truck he was driving was hit by the M and St L combined freight and passenger train on the crossing in southwest Belmonl on highway 15 late yes terday afternoon Hosick was driv ing a truck loaded with beets to the local sugar beet factorys dump when he was struck The train was coming from the west and Hosick claimed his view was obstructed by trees near the railway companys right of way The truck was completely ished and sugar beets scattered fot several hundred feet Mr Hosicks right ear was badly cut and he received severe body bruises The truck belonged to Ran dall Nelson owner of a fleet of trucks hauling beets This accident is the seventh car accident for Mr Hosick but the only one that caused him injuries The 1933 Iowa potato crop will be less than half that of the 1932 season the state horticultural soc clety reports If you have Acid Stomach dont worry about it To get rid of it all you need do is follow the simple directions here Or you can take Phillips Milk of Magnesia Tablets substituting one tablet for each teaspoonful of the liquid This small dosage of Phil lips Milk of 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J Clark of Mason City will preside at the coming term which convenes Monday Oct 16 Grand jurors have been called to report Tuesday forenoon Oct 17 at 10 a m Trial jurors will report Oct 24 County Conference Planned GREENE Oct Butler county Older Boya and Girls con ference will be held here Nov Not merely One premium quality TRA POWER TRA ANTIKNOCK TRA LUBRICATION When you see the big X on the orangeandj black TYDOL and let 10 gal Ions prove to you that TYDOL has created a new gasoline value That it actually gives you 3 extracost qualities at no extra cost It actually costs not a penny more than ordinary gasoline Triple X TYDOL is now colored green for your protection PROVE 8T TODAY IN YOUR OWN CAR HIGHWAY OIL COMPANY 15 So Washington SUPER SERVICE Mnson City Phone 609 Three extracost features AT NO EXTHA COST   

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