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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - January 19, 1934, Mason City, Iowa                                SIX MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE JANUARY 19 1934 BUSINESS HAS BEGUN UPTREND Figures Shown by Federal Reserve Board Reveal Activity Gain WASHINGTON Jan federal reserve board today brought out figures to show that although still far below the level of times con sidered normal business started the new year at a rate of activity con siderably higher than that marking the outset of 1933 Reviewing conditions in the past year the board noted as favorable sgnsamong other things that income of wage earners in creased considerably in the second half of the year There was also a large Increase in the income of farmers A representative group of large corporations showed an increase in net profits during the second and third quarters of 1933 and in the latter period profits were larger than at any time since the second quarter of 1931 Sales of automobiles and com modities distributed by mall order houses and chain stores increased for the country as a whole Hardin Farm Bureau Officers Are Elected Jan 10 Officers elected at the Hardin county Farm Bureau annual meeting were Mar tinA JJauterback of Hardin town ship president F H Brunemeier of Granton township vice presi dent W S Clampitt of Providence township secretary L B Mills of Providence treasurer Mrs B VV Putman of Eldora township chair man of womens division Mrs E F Morris of Providence township womens vice chairman Miss Nell Mitchell of Providence township secretarytreasurer Mrs Florence Northwup of Jackson township publicity chairman and Mrs Nela Larson of Ellis township 4H chair man Three hundred twentyfive at tended the meeting and heard an address by George Godfrey assist ant to the president of Iowa State college Mrs Gaffney Pioneer Resident of Rockwell Victim of Pneumonia ROCKWELL Jan John T Gaffney 63 pioneer resident here died yesterday from pneumonia She had been in failing health for some time Surviving are her husj band and children Edward who is in the navy Mary a registered nurse Mrs Paul Fitzgerald Rock well Bridget Hazel andHubert at home Funeral arrangements have not been announced i Yarbrough Guts Finger I While Butchering Hog GENEVA Jan butch ering Wednesday Isaac Yarbrough east of town sliced the flesh on the first two joints of the index finger on his left hand The flesh was laid back from the bone but not com pletely severad Mrs Louis Kuehling 71 West Union Dies WEST UNION Jan Louis Kuehling 71 died yesterday at her home here having been ill since Nov 21 She is survived by four children William Kuehling Longmont Colo Mrs Ralph Bundy Cedar Falls Miss Anna Kuehling at home and Edmund Kuehling Boulder Colo A brother Fred Westphal Castalia and a sister Mrs Anna Koch Madison Wis al so survive In 1919 Mr and Mrs Kuehling retired from the farm to West Union and six weeks later Mr Kuehling was killed In an automo bile accident on Eldorado hill Fu neral services will be held Sunday at Zion English Lutheran church in charge of the Rev A Hugo Lutz Body of John Evans Is Brough to Ridgeway RIDGEWAY Jan services for John Evans 71 were conducted Wednesday afternoon at the United Lutheran church The Rev H M Normann officiated John Evans youngest son of Rachel and Evan Evans was born at Spring Grove Minn May 14 1862 and died at Dumont Minn Hewas confirmed in the Lutheran faith His first wife preceded him in death Three children are living Grace Mrs Erwin Lamberton of Lang ford S Dak Mrs Elmer Tjelle of Webster S Dak and Evelyn of Minneapolis Nine years ago last August Mr Evans was married to Caroline Sandven of Ridgeway who survives also two sisters Mrs An na Anderson of Cresco and Mrs L T Fosse of Ridgeway Joseph Frana Dies in Rochester Rites Are Conducted in Spillville SPILLVILLE Jan services for Joseph Frana Sr who died Tuesday night at a Rochester Minn hospital after being ill only a few days were held this morning at St Wenceslaus church Father Broz officiating Mr Frana suf fered a cold which resulted in fatal infection in his head Mr Frana was born in Wiscon sin in 1878 and came to Spillville with his parents when he was a small boy He was married to Anna Humpal at the St Wenceslaus church Nov 7 1896 Besides his wife he leaves Ills children Adolph Mary Mrs Joseph Snyder Spill ville Nettie Mrs Joseph Hrlicka Protivin Bessie Mrs John Kon delka Jerico Martin Adeline and Pauline at home Also surviving are a stepmother two brothers and two sisters Al bert Anton Mrs Albert Sindelar of Calmar Mrs John Witek Chi cago ten half brothers and half sisters Steve Will James Henry and Frank Mrs Anna Scheidel Detroit Mrs Christina Pecinoysky Betty Cedar Rapids Mrs Celia Doubek Ft Atkinson and Mrs Ly dla Hruska Postmaster Applications for Buffalo Center Must Be Filed Before Feb 2 GlobeGazette Washington Bureau WASHINGTON Jan civil service commission has set Feb 2 as the closing date for the reecipt of applications from candi dates for admission to examinations for 22 Iowa postmasterships in cluding Buffalo Center and Gowrie The vacancy at Buffalo Center is caused by the forthcoming expira tion of Postmaster Elda B Sparks term in March The office pays 000 a year The vacancy at Gowrie is also caused by a forthcoming expiration of term At this office Post master Armanis F Pattons term will expire in April Before your eyes Mrs W C Bennett lections MILD AND MEUOW BEFORE YOUR EYES When you see freshly roasted coffee beans ground before your eyes you know you are getting really fresh coffee A P Coffees are ground for you at the moment of purchase Not until then is Natures own seal broken and the rich full flavor released from the coffee bean NO ONE GRIND CAN SUIT ALL METHODS Of MAKING wa coffee know they must have the correct grind for each method of making Correct for drip medium for percolator coarse for only one of the of A P Coffee Service another of the reasons why three coffees outsell any other nine coffees in the A P Coffees differ only in flavor Choose the one lu suits your taste The quality of each is the same finest money can buy And remember the coffee you like best is thebest for you no matter ivhat it 25cib A P FOOD STORES VIGOROUS AND WINEY Iowa Falls Ready to Start Work on Plant IOWA PALLS Jan no official notice has beea received from Washington by the city offi cials from sources believed to be reliable it is understood that the federal public works board has ap proved the application of this city for a loan of about 59000 for a sewage disposal plant here The preliminary work on the project has been done and the contract let so that work on the improvement can be commenced within a few days after official approval of the loan is received It ia estimated that project will give 40 men employ ment for a period of four months Cresco Hears Fourth District Head CRESCO Jan Ameri can Legion post and auxiliary of Howard county held a joint county meeting In the Woodman hall Cres co Wednesday evening with n picnic supper and au attendance of at least 125 J G Meyer officiated in the capacity of toastmaater with Mrs Kathinka Hanson fourth dis trict committeewoman of Decorah Thomas Thomsen fourth district commander of Elkader and Frank Christens of Decorah as speakers of the evening The local auxiliary quartet gave two vocal numbers and Mr Shores of Protivin entertained with instrumental solo Guests were present from Saratoga Ridgeway Protivin Lime Springs Decorah and officers of the C C C camp MAE STAR WITNESS Pioneer Struck by Auto Fatally Hurt CEDAR RAPIDS Jan 19 Clay Bowersox 76 Johnson coun ty pioneer died in a hospital after being struck in front of his store at Shueyville by a car driven by Rollle Work of West Liberty Greta Joan Hull Small Gamer Girl Succumbs Greta Joan Hull daughter of Mr and Mrs Ben Hull Garner died at a Mason City hospital shortly after 2 oclock Friday morning She had been at the hos pital since Jan 9 when was ad mitted for treatment She was 2 years and 5 months of age The body was taken to a Garner fun eral home Tuis was Mae Wests best pose when she appeared us a witness in the Los Angeles trial of Edward Friedman ac cused of robbing her of 53400 and 513000 worth of jewels In 1932 Associated Press Photo ENJOY AN EVENING OF DINING AND DANCING MAPLE INN East on Highway No IB DINE and DANCE Barbecued Ribs Fried Spring Beer on lea Phono 1839 1301 Fourth St S E Weichman Funeral Is Conducted at Ackley ACKLEY Jan ser sices were held this afternoon for Corneil Weichman 57 died from kidney trouble at the county home where he had been since No vember Mr Weichman lived 25 years in Ackley serving as janitor it Hote Ackley the past two years He leaves two sisters at Cuapin where he formerly lived Will Compete In Finals DUMONT Jan elimina tion contests have been held for the ligh school declamatory contest to ie held sometime in February Those who will compete are Ora orical George Sorenson Albert and Jean Austin dramatic Velma Sorenson Jean Barlow Kathleen Boeckemeier and Neva Tackson humorous Mildred Potter Lavon Haeckor Dorothy Barlow and Erna Franscham Kicevllle Has Ice Rink RICEVILLrE Jan ice rink has been constructed on the grade school grounds Students shoveled the snow from an area 6 rods square banking it around Jie edge The fire company flooded this Wednesday and many are mak ing use of it Lock Contract Awarded WASHINGTON Jan 19 Construction of lock No 18 in the Mississippi rivenat Rock Island III was awarded by the war depart ment to the Maxon Construction company Dayton Ohio for SI 344 423 Haydm Named Culmmster HAMPTON Jan J Hay den lias been chosen cubmaster for c a newly organized club for boys from 9 to 11 Raymond Hoofnagle will be assistant cubmas ter and Dwight V Purcell A E Rankin and J H Boehmler direc tors Another headache for Job Finde Farley Little America the Byri base in the Atlantic ia to have a News Study School Project NORTHWOOD Jan ut Born of the Joice schools and wo of his board members were in Northwood Tuesday interviewing J Frandle county superintend ent and local federal relief officials relative to an addition to the Joice school building at an estimated cost of to provide a gymnasium for the school They also visited Emmons Minn Dont Fear Motherhood Mrs J S Korabatigh of 611 W Paddock SL Beatrice Ncbr says Before my first yrj yas born I felt rundown was sick to my stomadi and was weak and quite nervous I used about three b rv 111 fs of Dr Pierces Prescription and it rid me of the run down condition built me right up and 3 had no more trouble New size tablets 50 els liquid Targe Sire tabs or liquid fce Do Our Tar DANCE AVALON BALLROOM SUNSET INN MANLY IOWA SATURDAY 20 Bobby Griggs and His Orchcstr TUESDAY JAN 23 Cnrl West and His Orchestra GENTS iOc LADIES 25c The forests of Canada rank gec nd only to agriculture in their con ribution to the nations production sports the Bureau of Dominion tatistics Ended in a day LETS and two glasses of water every few hours These wonderful little tablets give you such speedy you cant obtain by less scientific method sbecause they do the three things necessary to break up a cold Wash poisons from system Check fever ana ease away ache and pain Fight off cold germs ALL AT ONCE Thus y our cold goes in aj iffy and you feel like a new person Get rid of cold this proven faster way Ask drugRist for HILLS CASCARA QUININE in the RED TIN BOX I C CASCARA niLL 9 QUININE DANCES Clear Lake Country Club SATURDAY and SUNDAY JANUARY 30 21 Cull some of your arrange for a dancing party at the clubhouse the idea place for a good time Red Wilsons Orchestra 40c PER PERSON Its Here Tho neiv 1D34 Chevrolet Is noil on display at our Show Kooni You are cordially Invited to come in and see it S cR CHEVROLET CO Inc CASH ONLY ton ton ton ton IOWA LUMP Centcrvllle W KY NUT W KY LUMP SO ILL LUMP Franklin County Wolf Bros Phone 1148 OLD TIME DANCE DENISON CLUB on North Road to Clear Lake SATURDAY JAN BY Kellys Kellodians Public Invited Admission 25c Per Person ANNUAL MASQUERADE BALL Danish Brotherhood LODGE NO 219 CLEAR LAKE IOWA FRIDAY JANUARY 26 1934 I O 0 F HALL S 5PIECE ORCHESTRA 6 Prizes 1st and 2nd Prizes For Ladies Best Costume 1st Prize For Ijidles Most Comical Costume 1st and 2nd Prizes For Mens Best Costumei 1st Prize For Mens Most Comical Costume Unmasking at No prizes will be given to costumes that have not been in the hall one hour ADMISSION GENTS 75c LADIES 50c Hear Griffin On WILL THERE BE ANOTHER WORLD WAR P M SUNDAY JANUARY 21 MUSIC DIRECTOR Mr R S Fries SOLO Gerald Neff of Council Bluffs Mr Neff won second place in the high school baritone contest of 1981 He will sing at both afternoon and evening EDWARD GRIFFIN of Houston continues Prophetic Lectures at the ARMORY Mason City Hear About WHEN WEST MEETS EAST Another Big Mass Meeting Sunday Night THE SEVEN WORDS WHICH BLOCKED THE LEAGUE OF NATIONS Music begins p m Music Pictures Lecture No Admission Offering A huge crowd expected Come for the music program and hear Ramona the five year old daughter of Evan gelist and Mrs Griffin sing Also Mrs Griffin will sing Where is My Wandering Boy Tonight illustrated by pictures on the screen Ramonn Kthlyn Griffin   

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