Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on December 16, 1936 · Page 45
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MASON CITY GLOII-GAZITTI, DECEMBER 1« 1936 fIVI EATON, EARLY IOWANJIES Cresco Man Formerly Had Postoffice in Home at Eatonville. CRESCO — Funeral services were held at the Cresco Methodist church Wednesday afternoon for Irvui L. Eaton, 83, who died at his home in Cresco. Born July 6, 1853, m West Spring Creek, Pa., he came with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Artemeas Eaton, to Howard county and settled on a farm in Chester township, 20 miles northwest of Cresco, in 1856. The Eaton home contained the postoffice which Vas then called Eatonville, and remained so until the coming of the Milwaukee railroad and the town of Chester was founded in 1867, The family retired from the Chester farm and moved to Cresco in 1894. Mrs. Eaton passed away Dec. 30, 1922. Surviving are the six children: Glen, Harold and Mrs. Frank Lewis of Cresco, Vern H., and Merle E., of Minneapolis, and Lyle I., of Decorah. The Rev. C. E. Luce, now of Traer, preached the funeral sermon, assisted by the Rev. W. H. Mitchell. Charles City News Yule Program Given at Charles City as Women's Club Meets CHARLES CIT^i — The annual Christmas program presented by the Women's club Tuesday afternoon in the First Methodist church attracted a large audience. The opening number was an organ prelude by Earl Stewart followed by a violin solo by Earl Van Rees, accompanied by Leo Schula. The Women's club chorus under the direction of Mrs. M. G. Smith sang two numbers accompanied by Mrs. Ernest Sheldon. Mrs. Mary Henke sang a solo accompanied by her daughter. Dorothy Henke after which Miss Damrisc Kitch read ''Christmas Carol" by Charles Dickens. The program closed with two Christmas carol? sung by the high school girls' sex- let under the direction of Lottie Craig. | Coffee and cookies were serveri ! in the fireside room by the social committee composed ol Mrs. Horace-Olds, Mrs. W. O. Loosebrock. Mrs. John Christiansen. Mrs. H. A. Hoger and Mrs. H. J. Huber at a long table decorated in white. Pilgrim, 91, lowan Since 1870, Dead at Decorah of Flu DECORAH—Charles W. Pilgrim, ,91, who came to Iowa in 1870. died at his home 'on Franklin street Tuesday from complications resulting from influenza and advanced age. Mr. Pilgrim was born in Nottingham, England, and came with his parents to Illinois, where the family settled. Wl\en he was a young man, Mr. Pilgrim came to Winneshiek county and purchased a farm near Hesper. At one time he was buttermaker at the Ridgeway creamery, returning to farming in later years on 400 acres in Madison township. He was married to Miss Nancy Boyer in 1868. Following her death he moved to Decorah, and in 1928 was married to Mrs. Margaret Hardesty. Mr. Pilgrim was one of the pioneers of the county who remembered the early grasshopper plague and prairie fires. 11 BOYS WILL GET HIGH RANK Court of Honor Will Be Held at Forest City Monday Night. FOREST CITY—At a Boy Scout court of honor to be held in Forest City Monday evening, Dec. 21, 11 boys will be raised to the rank of star, life and eagle scouts. This is the largest number to be so honored at a court of honor in North Iowa for a number of years. The star scouts will be Truman Brown, Richard Rasmussen, Ivan Norstrud and Arthur Totten; life scouts, Harry Halverson, Bob Johnston and Milo Lundberg; eagle scouts, John Roalson, Warren Brooker, Donald Anderson and Elvin Thompson. Merit badges will be presented to Harry Halverson, Marvin Rye, Milo Lundberg and Bob Webb. A program has been arranged for the evening and the Rev. C. H. Sc- ward will deliver a short address. Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. State Secretary Is Heard by New Group CHARLES CITY—Mrs. Morf of Fredericksburg, state secretary of the World Wide Guild, national Baptist girls' missionary association, was the guest speaker at the recognition banquet of the newly j organized chapter in the. Baptist' church. Covers were laid for 23 members at a table decorr.ted in blue and white, the colors of the Guild. The presentation of a white rose to each charter rne.nber and the candlelighting c;remony ac- companieo the installation of officers. Blanche Van Ta^ell was elected president; Gail Moore. vice president and program chairman and Mildred Zinser. secretary and treasurer. Miss Lucia Merrick is the sponsor. Musical numbers included a piano solo b> Genevieve Skyrme and duet by Miss Ruth Skyrme and Alice Steele. Regular monthly meetings of the Guild will be held in the future. Sentence Is Suspended. CHARLES CITY-Judge M. H. Kepler suspended a three months' jail sentence imposed on Russell Sloniger who pleaded guilty to the illegal transportation of liquor. Sloniger was paroled to B. F. Atherton, sheriff. Forest D. Billeti pleaded guilty,to the charge of assault, was fined S-5 and has to serve eight days in jail. Charles City Briefs CHARLES CITY—The trophy case in the. high school has five new trophies for track records. one of which will be a permanent possession because it has been won three times. Tv/o pictures of the 1934 state champion football team have also been added. The Girl Reserves will give their Christmas party for the children Thursday afternoon in the music room of the high school. Mrs. .T. C. Norman returnee; from Omaha, where she visited her daughter-in-law who is ill. A group of musicians from Upper Iowa university entertained the Rotary club at the regular meeting in the Legion hall. Prof. Virgil C. Welch gave a short talk on the history of the school, Merten Klaus won a silver cup won last week when the club members, were guests of the local bowling alley manager. Mrs. Aletha Bluhm read a paper on "Women of the Mayflower" at the regular meeting of Alden Sears chapter D. A. R. in the Anderson tearoom. Mrs. Helene McCray presided at the business meeting Miss Pamelia Fluent is reported to be critically ill at her home on South Main street. She has been confined to her bed for several weeks. Mrs. Kemper, wife of a formci pastor of the West St. Charle.- church, is ill in the hosoital at ' at Cedar Kapids. Mrs. Mulfinger of Chicago carm to spend several weeks with he> •laughter, Mrs. Mary Henke. i Officers for Three Nora Springs Groups Named at Meetings NORA SPRING S—Estells Camp, No. 240, Royal Neighbors of America, elected: Oracle, Mrs. Bonnie Vance: vice oracle, Mrs. fern Severson: chancellor, Ser>?. Schmolke; recorder, Emma Breakey; receiver, Genie Webster; marshal, Minnie Brown: inner sentinel, Mrs. Anna Schake, outer sentinel, Mrs. Lizzie Cannon; manager, Mrs. Etta Clifford; musician, Mrs. Ella Potter. The Rebekahs elected: "Noble grand, Mrs. Lizzie Cannon; vice grand, Mrs. Anna Seaman: corresponding secretary, Mrs. R. A. Boor.e; financial secretary, Mrs. A, T. Moore; treasurer, Mrs. J. W. Kennedy; staff captain, Mrs. Hattie Lenhart; trustee Mrs. Wilmcr Fingalsen. Golden chapter No. 202, O. E. S. elected: Worthy matron, Mrs. Carl Beline: worthy patron, F. F. Pool; associate patron, Mrs. F. F. Pool, associate patron, Walter Jackson, conductress, Mrs. Henry Foster; associate conductress, Mrs. Clarence Brandau; secretary, Mrs. Jay Clough: treasurer, Mrs. Lal'e Hill. The Woman's Missionary society of the Evangelical church elected: President. Mrj. David Lang; vice president, Mrs. Carrie Lemen; secretary, Mrs. James Cutter; treasurer, Mrs, Herman Bortz. Waldorf Announces Students With "B" Average or Better FOREST CITY—Forty-four students at Waldorf college maintained average grades of "B" or better during the first quarter. Six sophomore boys were on the lisi— Donald Anderson. Ralph Battey. Clemens Erdahl, Otto Flom, Lyle Jefson and Joseph Luthro. The sophomore women included Iris Abele, Eleanor Birchfield. Marie Birkedal, Martha Cantrall, Norma Cross, Margaret Danielson. Veda Halvorson, Dorothy Jean Hanson, Bertha Herem, Hazel Hoffman, Marjorie Johnson, Joyce Larson, Edith Moeckly, Alida Storaasli. Elaine Thompson and Thelma Tungland. The women of the freshman class who received honor grades were Blanche Charlson, Ruth Egeland, Eunice Hiller, Evelyn Jacobson, Beatrice Kulseth. Esther Landdeck, Racmon Nelson, Shirley Oeser. Elsie Mae Olsnn, Marcelki Passer. Marjnrie Perry. Margaret Peterson. Ruth .Rasmus- Ken, Glendora Rod, Evelyn Thompson. Hertha Thorson and Anna Trilhus. Five freshman men on the honor roll included Henry Emmons. Vernon Harmon, Melbourne Halsrud, Ch'ester Myrc and Raymond Ritland. Sleeping Shirred Dress • Voice FRIDAY ONLY COWBOY OUTFIT Made of durable material! Chape, ve«t, hat, ihirt, handkerchief, pistol and lariat! Laundrv Sets By far Wards best doll value! She's a big, cuddly doll and tells for « low price. Sleeping eyes, lashci, composition head, left and arms, and a crying voice. Her pretty, ihir- red dress, frilly little bonnet, dainty socks and bootees are to carefully made I Hand-driven metal washer is 8J4" high, and can. be used to wash dolly's clothes. Price Returns to $1.98 After 11 O'clock ORPHAN ANNIE STOVE BAKING SET FIBRE ROCKERS I™ DOLL BASSINET 98 C 48 PC. FARM SET 98" Consists of 12 pieces — baking pan, brt*d pan, pie tin, and othcn. Consists of double faced slate, 6 pieces chalk, eraser, stencils. Loom woven! Seats in floral ere- tonne! For childuptolO. Large size. Has casters and bowed end. Green or ivory. Heavy stceL 6 uteniilt. Fun for a boy, and teaches him much about farming, Barm ire res! wood! Double-Action! Non-Warping! Both For This One Price I 100 Includes chalk and eraser. Has an educational chart attb* top. Strongly made. Maple finish. Both pieces fold flat. For 4 to 7 year olds. TYPEWRITER More interesting than ever before I Every ball played scores! A second plunger operates the repeat action! Fun for the entire family! Buy now! flb/rfj 27-inch Doll Made like real baby carriages! Round fibre. Brake. Rubber tires. Save! Educational! Fun to use! Well made. Takss paper up to 9 in. size. Types in capital letters. "Record Breaker Only At Wards! in Pay SOc to Hold 'Hi Dec, 21 Red enameled body is 20- gauge steel, one piece construction. Rim-rolled 3-ply steel wheels. Tubular steel steering handle. Rubber tires. 6 Room Doll House Erector Set fl Pieces! Two story, with 6 rooms entirely furnished with real wood furniture! No. V/ t set. Make 50 models with 'this • set — battleship, jit crane, mill and others! Hendricks Head of Masons in Riceville RICEVILLE—The following officers were elected for the com ing year at the regular meeting ol Relief lodge No. 211, A. F. and A. M. Monday night: W. M., E. K. Hendricks; S. W,, Aruthur Mahal- fey; J. W.. R, B. Grain; treasurer, E. R. St. John: secretary. William." •Schompp: trustee for 3 years, Ai Linriprmin. An invitation wa> sent to the 0, E. S. for joint in- .-tallatinn. A first degree was ron- fcrrcd. after which an oyster suo- ocr was served. Installation is to be Jan. 4. Made of corrugated cardboard and strong enough to hold a 150 pound man. Comes complete with 6 bottles paint, 2 bottles drawing ink, camel's hair brush, and 2 water pans! Shock Absorber Sprints VELOCIPEDE Auto Transport • oo Chemittry SET Strttmlined •'-'• steel frame. Rubber tiro! Red enameled. 12" iizc. 4 mechanical autos 6" long; included.Hu glide down tkid. WARDS BLUE RACER! 4 EXCLUSIVE WARD FEATURES! Wards Itrg- est! Educational! 363 ex* perimenti can be mad; I It gives you a floating ride! That's because it has SHOCK ABSORBER SPRINGS —RUBBER CUSHIONS between undergear and body—handle with MOULDED RUBBER GRIP— it even has; the new STEEL SADDLE, as illustrated, and BALL-BEARING ROLLED RIM WHEELS! One piece body, blue and red enameled! 34j4"xl6%". 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