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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 1, 1935, Mason City, Iowa                                MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE OCTOBER 1935 STATE CONFERENCE FOR SOCIAL WORKERS WILL BE HELD SESSIONS TO BE IN CEDAR RAPIDS Williams Associate Head of FERA Will Give Address CEDAR RAPIDS Oct 1 A statewide conference for social workers will open here tomorrow and continue through Saturday ac cording to an announcement made by Miss Ina Taylor director of re lief for the Iowa emergency relief administration An institute will occupy the first two days to be followed by the opening of the state convention Thursday night An address by Au brey Williams Washington asso ciate director of the FERA and head of the National Youth admin istration will inaugurate the busi ness sessions Topics to be included on the insti tute program are family case work practices child welfare institutions county relief and welfare organiza tions and the political government side of social work x HERE AND THEREx Miscellaneous Items From 125 GlobeGazette Correspondents North Iowa and Minnesota in Funeral of Brown to Be Wednesday in Rudd RUDD Oct services for I W Brown will be held at the M E church here Wednesday after noon at 2 oclock with burial at the Rudd cemetery He died Monday morning having been brought to his home Sunday at his request from the Cedar Valley hospital where he had been for the past week He waa ill for a number of years with dia betes but pneumonia was the direct cause of his death Mr Brown lived for many years in Rudd and vicin ity He first married Miss Florence Kennedy who has been dead for many years He then married Mrs H Gray who survives Farewell Reception For Pastor at Dows Is Given DOWS Oct Morgan M E church congregation held a fare well reception at the church Sunday in honor of the Rev and Mrs G W Wessel Mr Wessel has been pastor of this church the past six years and is now retiring from the ministry Mr and Mrs Weasel left Monday for Burt to make their home Summer Travels Told at Crescent Club Gathering NORA SPRINGS Oct first meeting of the Crescent club for the new year was held Friday afternoon at the home of Mrs O L Hansen president of the club last year Mrs Hansen intro duced the new president Mrs R L Bellows Nineteen members told of their summer travels Mrs C E Gar nmn the one absent member sent greetings from Fort Worth Texas where she is visiting her son Mrs Kenneth Shanks played a piano so lo followed by a luncheon and so cial hour To Hold Beauty Contest ARMSTRONG Oct beauty contest will be held here Oct 9 at which time Miss Armstrong for 1935 will be selected The contest will be sponsored by 21 merchants of Armstrong Selection of the win ner will be made by a committee of five or six judges from out of town Return of Hutching Asked CRYSTAL LAKE Oct last sermon of the year was deliv ered Sunday by the Rev Joseph S Htitchinga who has been pastor here four years The official board voted for his retum for the fifth year The Rev and Mrs Hutchingg will leave for conference at Spencer this week Wedding Anniversary Observed DECORAH Oct and Mrs Lloyd Wolfe of Frankville enter tained a number of friends and rela tives Sunday in honor of their thir teenth wedding anniversary Those who attended from Decorah were Mr and Mrs Lester Jaegcrson Mr and Mrs Harold Jaegerson Mr and Mrs Roy Jaegerson Mr and Mrs O A Jaegerson and Mr and Mrs Francis Jaegerson of Postvillo Mrs Wolfe was formerly Miss Mae Jaegerson Visitor Is Honored D L Mills of Lake City Minn who is visiting her Mr and Mrs F C Hartshorn here waa honored with a luncheon Monday given by her sister Mrs A D Wakefield The twelve guests were old friends of Mrs Mills who is a former resident of Clarion In bridge high score prize went to Mrs C E Christian son of Eagle Grove Visitor From Rapids E Eckert of Cedar Rapids arrived Saturday for a visit in the home of her daughter Mrs George Hackbarth Competing at Waterloo BSquare 4H club of New Oregon township is meeting or me giving a demonstration at the Wahome project work group of Boone terloo jiT A terloo congress Visitor From Goodrich POPEJOY Carl Hansen who has been employed at Goodrich Wis several months is spending a few weeks with his parents Mr and Mrs J Hansen Visitor From Pennsylvania GENEVA Chester Neihart of Williamsport Pa has been a guest at the J H Clock home this past week Mr Neihart made his home in this vicinity about 30 years ago Liitson Talks at Festival The Dows Lutheran church observed the annual fall missionary festival at the church Sunday The speaker for the day morning and evening was the Rev Dr Astrup Latson a missionary in China 12 years then pastor in Sioux City for several years and presi dent of the district the past year Former Resident Visitor J J Ruiter for mer C G W agent here but now stationed at Lidderdale was calling on friends here Saturday JMnrciUa Trettin Presides The monthly meet ing of the Luther league for Octo ber waa held Sunday night with Marcella Trettin acting as presid ing officer in the absence of Esther Landdeck because of the league rally to be held at Alta Vista Sun day Arrive From Panama ST ANSGAR Mrs Richard Mor gan and baby daughter arrived here Sunday from Panama for a visit with her mother Mrs Nettie Lund Return to Home Mr and Mrs C R Lamson had as their houseguests for a month Mrs Lamsons father and mother of South Wayne Wis Mr andMrx Lamson drove to South Wayne the first of the week to take Mr and Mrs G N Sef frood back to their home Return From Cedar Rapids NORA Mr and Mrs Ralph Rowley and Mrs J E De Long left Sunday for Cedar Rap ids to attend the closing session of the Upper Iowa conference They returned Monday accompanied by the Rev J E De Long Are Parents of Son DOWS A son was born Friday to Mr and Mrs Fay Gaulke Weight 7Vi pounds name Roger Leland Return From Chicago Mr and Mrs Harm J Pals and son Eimer returned Saturday from their trip to Chicago where they visited their son John who works for the Woolworth stores They also visited in Wiscon sin and Minnesota on their way home Visitors From Chicago Mr and Mrs Lester Haase and son William of Chicago came Saturday night to visit Mr and Mrs William Hassc Lester Hassn left Sunday for Sioux City to establish residence He will be sta tioned with the postoffice at Sioux City now Mrs Haase and son will join him in several weeks Visitor From Chicago ST ANSGAR Mrs Alden Boyer of Chicago arrived here the last rf the week to visit her sister and jrother Mrs Josephine Schmidt and C G Gunderson Visitor From Illinois Mr ad Mrs Robert Ramsey of Rockton 111 visited his brother David Ramsay Thursday Visitor From Wncoln OTRANTO Henry Shadel of Madison Wig enroute to Lincoln Nebr wag an over night giiest at the home of his aunt Mrs F Be wick Monday Guests From Marshalltown ROCK FALLS Leland Usher of Marshalltown spent the weekend visiting his mother Supt Lucille usher Leland was accompanied by his cousin Lavan Shugart also of Marshalltnwn Visitors From Cicero Mr and Mrs C E Henson of Cicero HI who came Sunday to visit the latters sister Mra Earl Samuels and family at Osage were Monday evening dinner quests or Mr and Mrs Jh Wright Visit at Oakland Mr and Mrs isons L Culbertson and family ac companied Mr and Mrs Marion ox of Clear Lake Sunday to the home of Mrs Culberlsons parents Mr and Mrs T V Adams Oakland Minn Surprise Party ROCK A surprise party was held on Mrs D A Gildner Sat urday evening at her home south east of town Vmitor Is Honored A party waa held at the home of Mr and Mrs A P Anderson Sunday in honor of their son Peter Anderson who is here Ives per S Dakvisiting rela Dauphrrr la Born Mr and MM Will Pecrnna are parents of a girl born Sept 28 Know Your State A Fact a Day About lowoy Since the motor ambulance trans portation system was started in April 1932 at the university hospi tals it has brought savings totalling Eighteen ambulances each carefully routed briig the patients from their homes to the hospital Injured In Fall ST Helfritz fell downstairs early Saturday and bruised his head Ail Day Meeting Held meeting of the township was held at the U B church parlors Tuesday all day Return From Vacation and Mrs Lloyd Smith Omer Maakestad and Wal lace Holland returned Sunday from a weeks vacation in northern Min nesota Will Serve Sunday The Catholic women will serve a public dinner Sunday noon Oct 6 The women gathered Tuesday at the regular Rosary meeting with Mrs Arthur Lowen berg and sister Mrs Lawrence Smith aa cohostess Visitors From Sioux City LED Logan and Kenneth Thompson of Sioux City spent the weekend with their par ents Mr and Mrs George Thomp son and Mr and Mrs H D Mayne Returns From St Louis CRYSTAL Mc Farland returned Monday after at tending the National American Lo gion convention at St Louis After the convention was over he visited Eugene McNalley of Chicago Leave For Black Hills and Mrs L A Boett cher and Mr and Mrs Stanley Kieth left on a trip through the Black Hills Visitors From New Richland and Mrs Oscar An derson and son Irving New Rich land Minn and Mr and Mrs Frank Root Waterville Minn spent Sun day at the R A Bleich home Mrs Andersons mother Mrs W E Bleich returned with them to spend the winter Are on Fishing Trip and Mrs Clar ence Nelson and Mr and Mrs Ger ald Watson and families have gone on a fishing trip to Leach Lake Minn Visit in North Dakota Halvor Bjorgo and son Clinton and Miss Gertie Bjorgo and Opal Thompson left by car Saturday to visit relatives at Valley City and McHenry N Dak They will be gone a week or 10 days Taken to Hospital Dever aux was taken to the Scholl hospital at Rockwell Saturday for a major operation Home In Bought Block of near Miller purchased the Ransom Slack residence property just north of the Garner Motor Sales company gar age The house and furniture were sold at auction Saturday The price paid for the house was Mr Slack who la in advanced years op erated a livery barn many yeara ago here He will go to Litchfield Minn to live with his daughter Mrs C L Wilson Taken to Iowa City and Mrs Max Runge took their daughter Arlene to the hospital at Iowa City Monday to have the cast removed from her leg Goes to Rochester Jennie Sanders ac companied by her sister Mrs G H Jamison of St Paul left Monday for Rochester Minn to consult a specialist concerning her health Daughter IB Born and Mrs George Ransom are parentsof a daughter born Sept 29 at the St Olaf hos pital at Austin The child weighed eight pounds and is the first grand daughter of Mr and Mrs John Klusmeler for Clinton ST Mary Whit man left Saturday for Clinton to make an extended visit with her son C B Whitman and family Visit With Parents and Mrs H W Parrott of Tripoli are spending a few days at the home of her par ents Mr and Mrs Frank Culbert son Returns to Hollywood Randi Sevenson left Saturday for her home at Holly wood Cal after spending the past four months on her farm here Former Teachers Visitors Irma Ward teacher in the Rudd school and Miss Ruth White teacher at Oel weln spent Saturday and Sunday with friends here They are both former teachers in the Mitchell school Home From Cedar Rapids Helen Buble re turned home from Cedar Rapids where she has been visiting rela tives and friends Leave for Chicago Winslow left Monday for Chicago to attend the auto show Visitors From Condee and Mrs Dave Watt son of Mr and Mrs Arthur Watt of Condee S Dak visited his aged mother Mrs Elizabeth Watt at the R W Collins home the past week Return From Flandrruu LYLE Melvin Peter son and two daughters returned home after a three weeks visit at the home of her parents Mr and Mrs Miller at Flanclreau S Dak Leaves for Independence Tillie Quasdorf left Saturday for Independence called there by the serious illness of her sister Mrs Frances Johnson PETIT JURORS IN FRANKLIN NAMED Are Drawn for October Term of Court to Be Held at Hampton HAMPTON Oct Jurors drawn Monday for the October term of court are Mrs Dale Walker Miss Sarah Weeks Miss Irnia C Hack barth Mrs J M Burger Mrs L Poss Mrs w B Henry Bergman Howard Dlrst Roy Thomas and Ray Elaine of Hamp ton Miss Alice Allen L D Wil liams Dick Boheman L J Eissler and C M Wood Sheffield Bock Sethgerine Tom Clancy and Glen Staley Grant Hy Struthoff Fred Benning Mrs Emma Randall A Pickering and George Allison Gen eva Ullk Alfred Lind Hamilton George Wall Lee Mrs George Baker Coulter Wilbert Plagge Marion John Guldberg Mrs T C Ellis Morgan Mrs Frank Pitsori Mrs Ira Miller Joseph Fink Mott Mrs J W Jones Ed Akers Oak land Albert Fritz Osceola Mrs Delos Claypool Ross Ernest Oik Richland William Holze and F B Morris Scott Baby Found Dead Near Garner Smothers to Death While at Sleep GARNER Oct only child a two months old son of Mr and Mrs Allen Shupe farmers in Ellington township was found dead in the bed of its parents early Mon day Coroner Kenneth Boughton of Britt said death waa accidental caused from suffocation No inquest was held The bady was fed at mid night and had turned on its face Hampton Woman Hurt as Auto Hits Horses HAMPTON Oct Ford V8 belonging to J C Hamilton waa demolished late Saturday when Mr and Mrs Hamilton were returning to their home southwest of here from Des Molnes The accident hap pened south of Ames when five horses belonging to a man named Johnson were on highway 65 One horse was killed outright and an other badly injured Mr Hamilton escaped injury but Mrs Hamilton received severe lacerations which re quired several stitches to close Titonka to Call Vote Soon for Waterworks TITONKA Oct offi cials have received word that Titon ka PWA application for a grant of on their proposed water works project been approved As noon as necessary papers can be prepared an election will held to vote onthe Issuance of bonds to pay the balance of the costs The Trail Blazer FESTIVAL TO BE IN LIME SPRINGS Races Ball Tournament and Other Features Planned for Wednesday LIME SPRINGS Oct Har vest Festival will held Wednes day A large crowd is expected from of fact that at one time he waft the only democratic member of congress from Iowa and crusaded consistently for re peal of prohibition Congressman B 1W ilacolmein of Clinton became known an Trail Blazer Iowa Dally Preiw Photo WOMAN DIES AT MESERVEY HOME Funeral for Miss Trientje Kielman to Be Held at Church Wednesday MESERVEY Oct death of Miss Trientje Kidman age 56 years occurred at the home of her sister Mrs Joe Stadtlander Sunday night where she had always lived Miss Kielman waa born In Germany and came to this country more than 40 years ago She was unmarried The funeral will be held at the Re formed church here Wednesday Burial will be at Meservey Annual Fun Night to Be Held for Hancock 4H Members Saturday GARNER Oct annual Fun Night for the boys and girls 4H clubs of Hancock county will be held Saturday at the high school auditorium Five hundred are expected to attend Parents and Wends of the members will be guests The boys and girls chib committees will be in charge of the program Awards for those i who have done outstanding work In the clubs during the year will be an nounced A picnic supper will be served Fix Seed Com Price KANAWHA Oct stock holders of the agriculture experi ment station held a meeting teat week and a price of a bushel on hybrid seed corn the surrounding towns and country There will be races basketball tour nament merrygoround and con cessions of all kinds A dance will be held in the evening with Walt Weber and his orchestra furnishing the mu sic All in Forest City town ship will be closed for the day Fays for Farm NEW HAMPTON Oct C Liggett of Nashua purchased from the First State bank at Frederlcka burg a 160 acre farm In Washing ton township for We Show Actual Photographs TO LET YOU SII THE QUICKACTING PROPERTY OF REAL BAYER ASPIRIN DROP A BAYER ASPIRIN TABLET INTO A GLASS OF WATER BY THE TIME IT HITS THE BOTTOM OP THE GLASS IT IS DISINTEGRATING Quick Relief from Headaches paint of rheumatism neuritis The old adage says what yod see you believe So the scientist pic tured above shows you two tictual photograplx to prove the quick action of Genuine BAYER ASPIRIN f Look at them and you will see one reason why rate BAYER ASPIRIN among the fastest agents now known or axi known for the relief of headaches and pains of neuritis neuralgia and rheumatism Youll see that a Bayer Aspirin tabtcl dropped into a glass of water starts to disintegrate or dis solve before it hits the bot tom of the glass Hence is ready to go to work almost instantly you take one For what happens in that glass happens in your stomach when you take a BAYER ASPIRIN tablet Relief comes ia few minutes Countless thousands know that about BAYER ASPIRIN Know by experience that it brings the quick relief you want when in Keep this in mind the next your work or play is handicapped by a Lad headache neuritis or rheumatic pain And ask for Bayer Aspirin by its full name BAYER ASPIRIN when you buy Leant for yourself how fast you get relief Bayer Aspirin SALLYS SECOND HCI TRIP ON A TRAIM 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