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FOURTEEN MASON GITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, JANUARY 16 • 1937 STRUGGLE OF PARTIES TOPPED IOWA NEWS FOR WEEK FOSTER NAMED HOUSE SPEAKER Iowa Senate Republicans Quickly Take Control of Powers. THE WEEK IN IOWA (By The Associated Press) COUNTING UP—Warily Iowa's legislators, democrats and republicans, assembled at Des Moines this week to convene the forty- <=eventh general assembly. But with little ado, republican senators asserted their 28 to 22 power,' named Senator Frank C. Byers of Cedar Rapids, veteran republican, president pro tern, sheared democratic Lieut. Gov. John K. Valentine of the senate president's long standing right to name the senate's standing com- :-: HERE AND THERE :-: Miscellaneous Items From 125 Globe-Gazette Correspondents in North Iowa and Minnesota At Minnesota Fair Board. RAKE—L. B. Erdahl spent from Wednesday until Friday in Minneapolis where he attended a meeting of the Minnesota state fair board. Auxiliary Meeting Held. GRAFTON—The American Legion Auxiliary held its meeting Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs, Leo Kirchgatter. R. N. A. Circle Meets. PLYMOUTH—The R. N. A> circle met Friday afternoon with Mrs. Levi Sutton. Jr., for their first business and social meeting of 1937. Mrs. Blanche Dvoras presided. Goes to Des Moines. GARNER—Mrs. Fern Katter . has gone to Des Moines for a.n in- mittees by choosing a committee | de f inite stay ; n the home of her Early Papers of North Iowa on committees dominated by republicans. The two democrats named to this committee by the republicans served notice they wouldn't serve but republicans replied "'that won't make any difference." Deadlocked 2 Days. House democrats first selected Leroy Mercer of Iowa City for the speakership; republicans. Roy J. Sours of Charles City. Then they battled two days to come out of a 54 to 54 deadlock. Finally democrats, employing strategy, replaced Mercer with La Mar Foster, "l-'beral" democrat who swung one republican, newly-elected Albert Beltman o: Hospers, over to their side. This elected Foster 55 to 52, since Mercer didn't vote for himself after Beltman bolted, and Foster did. Democrats in turn conceded republicans the choice of chief clerk. A. C. Gustafson, because the only well qualified candidate they had declined to run. Hickenloop Withdraws. But they elected the speaker pro tern when Republican B. B. Hickenlooper cl Cedar Rapids brother, Walter Peck and family. Visitor From Minneapolis. MANLY—Mrs. McMurtrie of Minneapolis is visiting her daughter, Mrs. J. H. Mullinex and will remain until the family moves to Fairbury, Nebr.. where Mr. Mullinex is'Rock Island general fore- ROCK Is in Florida. FALLS—Mrs. T. B. Editor's Note: The following is one of a scries of articles on North Iowa newspapers from 1836-1870, gleaned from a bulletin of the University of Iowa extension division. WINNEBAGO COUNTY Winnebago Press of June 14, 1867, paved the way for journalism in Winnebago county. It was conducted by Will Kelly at Forest City. Due to lack of material, Kelly at first printed only a half- sheet, a five-column quarto. In September, 1867, the paper came under the management of Arthur Linn and J. C. Harwood of Charles City. They enlarged it to a six- column folio and continued partnership until Nov. 11, 18S9, when Linn sold to Harwood and retired. In 1870 the paper was again enlarged, this time to a seven-column folio. The change to eight columns, in July, made it rank with the best papers in northern Iowa. Visit in Aberdeen. ROCK FALLS—Mr. arid Mrs. withdrew, leaving the field to C. Morse is in Miami Beach, Fla., spending several months with her sister. i Visitors From Chicago. | LIME SPRINGS-Mr. and Mrs i ^ W. Perry of Chicago are guests at Aberdeen _ s Dak _ the R. J. Hughes home. Demonstrator Gives Talk. STACYVILLE—The Stacyville township Farm bureau met at the home of Matt Reman with J. P. May, township director, presiding. H. E. Geiger. county agent, gave a talk on rural electrification. Miss Edwards, newly appointed home economics demonstrator for Floyd and Mitchell counties, gave a brief talk on home project work. Injured by Horse. POPEJOY—Quentin Christopher i was injured when a horse on his lim against the remaining after republican representatives were conceded the right to choose their own commit- ! tee clerks. Counting up, after the legislaH ture inaugurated Nels G. Kraschel as Iowa's third democratic governor in history, democrats conceded republicans had full control of the senate, counted on keeping their slight-margined control of the house with the help of the Gentleman from Sioux, termed "Bolier" Beltman -by his erstwhile party brothers. The third house (lobbyists) figured the senate as the "conservative burial ground" for a lot of measures, said the democratic-republican fight in the house soon might switch to a conservative- liberal war on actual legislative problems, Will Meet Tuesday. When the legislators return at 2 p. m. Tuesday, after a four-day recess, they will have to work on a wide range of proposals outlined by Kraschel in his inaugural address. Of note was the fact that the governor drew applause from the legislators twice during his speech —once when he proposed payment in full of old age pensions, the other when he proposed home- steady tax relief. Already filed in the senate are such bills. Brought to Clarksvllle. RIDES WITH DEATH —Mrs. Nellie A. Nusz. 76, brought the body of her brother. Stephen Nelson, 75, back to Clarksville this week and for two days and two nights rode with it in their Pullman car compartment. Gus Fisher of Alden is assisting with the work during his recovery. I Birthday Is Observed. MANLY — Carmen Lemlar was surprised Thursday evening when a group of friends gathered in honor of her fifteenth birthday. After an evening of games and dancing, her sister, Miss Jewel Lemlar, served a luncheon. Visitor From Lake Park. RAKE — Mrs. Emma Sabin of Lake Park, Minn., is visiting her 1 mother, Mrs. B.. Benson. Will Visit in Rochester. LIME SPRINGS—Mr. and Mrs. Earl McMaster, daughters, Bea and Mrs. Donald Bowers, will motor to Rochester, Minn., Sunday to visit a cousin who is in the : hospital thei'e. ! Ill With Pneumonia. RAKE — Harold Johnson, a farmer living west of town, is seriously ill with pneumonia. Honored at Shower. PCPEJOY — A miscellaneous shower was held at the Pcpejoy Methodist church Tuesday evening for Mr. and Mrs. Henry Charleston of Dows. Mrs. Charleston was formerly Miss Doris Reingardt of Southwest Oakland. The Misses Esther Mae Trousdale and Mabel Watt had charge of the program. Former Resident Buried. SPILLVILLE—Funeral services were held at Minneapolis for Mrs. Mary Kapinos, 72, who died at the home of her sister. Mrs. Barbara Sieh. She formerly lived here. She leaves two brothers, T, C. Stadle of Spillville, Frank of North Dakota, Mrs. Charles Kap- in Aberdeen, S. Dak. Honored at Shower. LEDYARD — A shower was given in honor of Mrs. Nelson at the home of Mrs. A. E. Lauritzen. The M. E. Ladies Aid attended. Music Club Organized. ALGONA—A music club was formed here Friday afternoon. Mrs. Frank Mathes entertained the group at a 1 o'clock luncheon at her home. Twenty-three women were present from Bancroft and Algona and Mrs. Chct Holt was elected president, Mrs. W. R. Baker of Bancroft, vice president; Mrs. E. C. McMahon, treasurer, and Mrs. George Vance, secretary. Mrs. A. E. Michel, Mrs. J. H. Edge and Miss Lucia Wallace were named on the program committee. Julius Stripling Buried. LUVERNE—The funeral of Julius Stripling, 66, was held at the Methodist church Thursday afternoon. The Rev. V. V. Schuldt officiated. The high school quartet sang "Asleep 'Beautiful Isle in of Jesus" and Somewhere." Nelson died shortly after they | i.nos THOMPSON—Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Steinmetz of Jersey City, N. J., visited the past 10 days with their parents. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. ^ „ - ..- Dixson at Plymoth. Mrs. Stein- dead passenger at Pratt. | metz came Wednesday for a few days' visit with her sister, Mrs. left Los Angeles, but his sister prevented railroad employes from entering the compartment on the pretext that Nelson was ill and could not be disturbed. Her telegram to a funeral di- recior led to discovery oi the Train's Kans. Killed on Way to AVork. JOURNEY'S END—It was cold ;md the highways were icy when 25 Oskaloosa WPA workers started out in a truck for their jobs. But Joe McNeil didn't mind. He had a job. that was what counted. Joe McNeil's journey ended before he got to work, though. The truck sideswiped another, killed Joe, injured five others. Whitney Buys Building. OSAGE — J. R. Whitney purchased the Spiague building on the corner of Sixth and Main streets and will take possession immediately. The three story building WRS erec'.ed in 1874 by the husband of Mrs. Hattie Sprague from whom Mr. Whitney purchased the building. The apartments on the second floor are to be remodeled. Mr. Whitney has sold his residence on West Pleasant street to Mrs. Eli Thorsen. Visitors From East. Starter Generator and IGNITION SERVICE CENTRAL AUTO ELECTRIC CO. u rint Si. i. w. Pk.n. 04 Dorothy Dixson. teacher in the local school here. Visit at Cedar Falls. Mr. Stripling was born in Germany, and came to Luverne in 1882. "He" was married "to Miss Helen Wegner and to them were born three children who with the wife are left. P. T, A, to Meet Tuesday. NORA SPRINGS—The regular meeting of the P. T. A. will be held Tuesday evening in the high school auditorium, beginning at 7/30. The program committee arranged to have a dramatic number by the speech class under the direction of Miss Streeter. Music will be furnished by the Gary family, Honored by Teachers. SWALEDALE—The teachers of the public school gave a shower in honor of Miss Pauline Devault of Manly Thursday evening at the home of B. Carr. Miss Devault resigned to marry Louis Reindel of Manly soon and will make their home on a farm near there. Visitors From Medford. .ROWAN—Mr. and Mrs. Glen Walker, Mrs. J. S. Walker, and Miss Verna Walker from Oswega, Kans., Mr. and Mrs. Art Walker of Medford, Minn., returned to their homes after attending the funeral of Mrs. Nettie Duffy. Meets at Russell Home. NORA SPRINGS—The meeting of the W. C. T. U. was held Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Selby Russell. Mrs. George Coleman led devotions in a consecration service, followed by a talk by Mrs, Katherine Carter on the Lillian Stevens legislative fund. Mrs. Ada Edgington gave a brief history of the six women members of congress. Mi's. Coleman gave a talk on the twenty-first amend- V1511 <" Vtltftl A «m;3- LCliJ"i i_UI tilC v wcilL.7 -i,ii Ci« aiii^u<_t — ROCK FALLS — Fay Calvcrt j ment. Mrs. Glen Bishop gave two left Wednesday to spend several' days visiting his brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Calvert, at Cedar Falls. Pledged to Fraternity. GREENE—Frank Gorman,, son of Mr, and Mrs. Leo Gorman, managers of the local motion picture theater, was pledged to Delta Upsilon, national academic fraternity at the "University of Minnesota. Kicked by Cow. ROCKWELL—Mrs. C. A. Blum of Bath township suffered a serious injury to her back from a cow's kick. Visitors From South Dakota. AREDALE—Mrs. Cecil Allgier and baby of Hill City, S. Dak., came to help care for her mother. Mrs. Nettie Vokes, who is very ill at her home. Leaves for Alden. MELTONVILLE — Lorvel Griener received word of the death of his brother, Cedric, at Alden, Friday morning. The Griener. family left at once for Alden, Is in Oskaloosa. ROCKWELL—Mrs. Hugh Smith is at Oskaloosa called by the death of her brother-in-law. Arrive 'From Elkton. BRISTOW — Mr. and Mrs. Charles L. Yost arrived Thursday from Elkton, S. Dak., where they have been since Christmas. Mr. Yost is engaged in Toad surfacing work and has been in South Dakota with his road machinery for several years. selections of whistling bird music. Visitors From Nebraska. SWALEDALE—Mr. and Mrs. Joe Ingham and his mother, Mrs. Jennie Ingham, sister, Mrs. Agnes Cummins and son, Russel of Peru, Nebr., visited their 'sister and daughter, Mrs. William Hinzer- ling and family near Adams, Minn. Officers Are Installed^ NORA SPRINGS—The Eastern Star officers were installed Tuesday evening vvith Mrs. Carl Behne as worthy matron. The Masonic officers were installed with L. V. Jacobson as worshipful master. Home From Chicago. CALMAR—The Rev. H. A. Preus arrived home Tuesday from a trip to Chicago and Minneapolis. Mrs. Clifford 111. * NORA SPRINGS—Miss Charles Clifford is seriously, ill and Mrs. Bert Rooks has been substituting for her daughter, Mrs. Nellie Whitesel,. in the Whitsel, school south of town, so that she may be with her mother. • S33 From Dinner. RUDD—The M, E. Ladies' aid look in $33.40 at the chicken dinner Friday. Staff Installs Officers THOMPSON—D:_ D. .P. Marie Alvey and staff installed officers for the. year of the Northern Light Rebekah lodge at Forest City Wednesday night and Friday, night she and staff went to Lake Mills and installed the officers of True Friend^! Rebekah lodge. R. N. A. Officers Installed. ST. ANSGAR—The annual installation of officers of the R. N. A. was held at their hall Thursday evening. A 6:30 dinner was held, preceding the installation, a social hour was enjoyed with Mrs. Matta Moe and Mrs. Lucy Valentine in charge- of the entertainment. Mrs. Emily Hansen is the oracle. Go to Iowa City. ROWAN—Mr. and .Mrs. Will Whitten, Miss Evelyn Whitten and Mr. Pratt accompanied 'D. W. Whitten to Iowa' City the first of the week ovhere he entered the hospital for treatment. Meets at Straw Home. HANSELL—The Ladies' Aid of the Methodist church met at the home of Mrs. J. L. Straw's Thursday. Will Move to Kansas City. GARNER—Mrs. Blair Gildea of Charles City spent the past two days with her parents, County Supt. and Mrs. J. R. Baggs, because of the illness of Mr. Baggs, who is still in bed. • The Gildeas will move to Kansas City, Mo., next week where he 'has a position. • • • v Bureau Will Meet. HANSELL—The. Farm Bureau will hold , its weekly meeting • at the home of. Mrs. Hugh Missildine. Return From Hospital. MILLER—Mrs..-.William Van Haaften and infant son, Roger Dean, returned from the hospital at Forest City. Mrs. French Hostess. ROWAN—Mrs. Al French entertained members of the Foreign Missionary society Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Karl Reitz had charge of the following program: Mrs. McDowell, devotions; Mrs. Earl Sellers, the chapter study on African missions; Mrs. French, a talk on stewarship; Mrs. Pelley, Mrs. A. C. Reitz and Mrs. E. Albro, short readings on lives of missionaries. Buys Callies Farm. TITONKA—Mrs. John Roelfsema of Des Moines has purchased the 160 acre farm, known as the Callies farm, I 1 /™ miles west of town. Mrs. Roelfsema's daughter, Mrs. Carl F. Callies and family, will live on the farm next year. Mission Group Meets. BRITT—The Woman's Missionary society -ef the M. E. church met Friday afternoon at the home of Mrs. W. B. Landsberg. Enters Hampton Hospital. KANAWHA—Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Foster and son, Eldon, went to Hampton Tuesday where Eldon received treatment at the Lutheran hospital. Eldon several weeks ago fell on the steps of the public school, breaking his arm at the elbow. Plan Card Party. RUDD—The Band Mothers' club met in the schoolhouse Wednesday evening. There was a discussion about band uniforms. Plans were i made for a card party which will be held Saturday night, Jan. 23. Improving After 2nd Operation. STACYVILLE — Albert Gerk, who has had two major operations at Mason City in the past five months, was brought home Wednesday. He is improving steadily. Moves are Reported. ROCKWELL—J. F. Fitzgerald and famiy moved from the Walch place on the east side to the Rurup house and Vern Hathaway succeeds Fitzgerald as tenant of the Walch property. Were in Minneapolis. KENSETT—O. H. Anderson and Melvyn Clausen were in Minneapolis Wednesday on business. Daughter Is Born. GREENE—Mr. and Mrs. Roy | Krambeer are parents of a daugh- ' ter bwn Monday. This is their first child. • Go to Arizona EAGLE GROVE—Mrs. R. M. Rudd Student in Bagpipe Band at Military Ball * Iowa Daily Press Photos. The only bagpipe unit at an American university was organized recently at the University of Iowa and appeared in public for the first time at the military ball in Iowa City Friday night. The bagpipers form a, unit of the drum and bugle corps of the military department. Uniforms and bagpipes were imported from Scotland and Cloice Myers of Council Bluffs, assistant bandmaster, went to Toronto 1-iSt summer to study and has trained the corps.. Five of the six" members are pictured above as follows, left to right: Myers, George Ficsclman of Rudd; Robert Hampton of Iowa City; Karl Beck of Davenport, and Leon Karel of Riverside. The missing member is James Bowman of Downey. Zedford Burris of Des Moines is the cadet-colonel of the University of Iowa R. O. T. C. The honor was conferred at the military ball Friday night. Charles City News Margaret Miller of Iowa City, senior University of .Iowa student, was announced as the honorary cadet-colonel of the University of Iowa R. O. X. C. at the annual military ball last night. She is shown in the uniform' in which she appeared to be introduced at the ball. Smallpage and her sister, Mrs. Frank Morse of Wellesley, Mass., have gone to Phoenix, Ariz., where they will spend the rest of the winter. Visitor From Bird Island. ROCKWELL—Albert Scholl of Bird Island, Minn., is here for a short visit with his mother, Mrs. i Kate Scholl, and other relatives. Entertains Bridge Club. POPEJOY—Mrs. Logan McBurney entertained her "bridge club at her home last Friday. High score was won by Mrs. A. E. White. Lunch was served. Are Parents of Son. SHEFFIELD—Mr, and Mrs. D. C. Zimmerman are parents of a son born Thursday at. the Hampton hospital. Mrs. Knudson Hostess. MANLY—Mrs. L. L. Knudson entertained the Dorcas circle of the English Lutheran church al her home Friday afternoon. Returns to Fine Ridge. ST. ANSGAR—Miss Alice Seaver returned to her teaching duties at Pine Ridge, S. Dak., Saturday after a couple of weeks' visit with her father, William Seaver, and sister, Miss Wilma. Miss Seaver's mother died Dec. 25, but she was unable to come at that time, 'being quarantined for scarlet fever. Guests at Luncheon. MANLY—Mrs. J. H. Mullinex, Mrs. Mable Brown of Ames and Mrs. C. H. Irvine of Des Moines were guests of honor at a luncheon Wednesday. Mrs. O. H. Litchenstein was hostess. Visits at Kansas. ST. ANSGAR — Mrs. Henry Allshouse left Wednesday for Richmond, Kans., where she will help care for her mother, Mrs. Julia Wagner, 82. WORTH LEGION TO HEAR BROWN County Meeting Will Be Held in Manly School on Jan. 29. MANLY — The Worth county American Legion meeting will be held here Friday, Jan. 29, in the school auditorium. G. M. Brown of Whiting, state commander of the Legion,' will give a talk. On the program also will appear, the R i s s 1 e r children, professional dancers. Following the program there will be lunch, music and dancing at the Legion .club rooms. Anyone interested may attend the meeting, it was • stated; Emmons, 77, Resident of Nashua, Succumbs NASHUA — John Emmons, 77, died Friday from a lingering illness. He was born at Dundee, 111., Feb. 24, 1859, and came to Nashua when 9. One son died in 1932. He was divorced. from his .wife several years ago. He was a member of the city council and Greenwood cemetery board. Weltha, Retired Eagle Grove Farmer, Is Dead EAGLE' GROVE—Martin Weltha, 80, retired farmer, died at. his 1 residence Friday. -Funeral services will be held Monday at the East Side Lutheran church, in charge of'the "Rev. T. "J. Severtson, with burial north of Thor. He is survived' by two daughters;'Mrs. Nellie Lindaasra daughter at home, and one son, Oscar Lindaas. He was born in Norway, 111., and lived 40 years in Iowa. Mrs. Falstadt Hostess. POPE JOY—The Evening Bridge club met it the home of Mrs. Ruth Falstadt Thursday evening. Mrs. Lyle Rash won high score. Play was followed by a lunch. Rites to Be Sunday for Accident Victim CHARLES CITY—Funeral services will be held Sunday afternoon for William Marlow, 53, who was killed Thursday evening at 5 o'clock when he was struck by two automobiles on the highway six miles southeast of Charles City. Mr. Marlow was attempting lo push- his automobile up the 1'iil when it was being towed to Charles City when he was hit. An inquest was set for 10 o'clock Saturday morning by Charles Snyder, coroner. v .The two drivers of the cars which struck Mr. Marlow. M. M. McCann and' L. H. Caffeen, both of Waterloo,, weer summoned. Masons Install Officers. CHARLES CITY—New officers of St. Charles lodge No. 141 A. F. and A. TVt. were installed in the Masonic Temple by H. L. Lockwood, past deputy grand master and L. C. Poole, past master, was the marshal. The worshipful master is Glenn Marsh. NAME OFFICERS OF 3 CHURCHES Congregational Meetings Are Held at Hampton by Groups. H A M P T O N—Officers named Thursday at the annual meeting of Trirjty Lutheran church are: President, Henry Gade; secretary, Eppler Gutz; treasurer, Fred H. Freie; financial secretary, Fred Mensing; board of elders. Carl Kruse, R. J. Brammer, Joe Fink; trustees,. William Fredericks, William Brammer, George Bergmann; board of Christian education, R. H. Behn, Walter Behn, Albin Anderson; board of finance, Fred Freie, Fred Mensing, August Burmester. Ladies' Aid officers are: President, Mrs. Herman Witte; vice president, Mrs. W._ J. Burmester; secretary, "treasurer, Mrs. Mrs. Ed Dohrmann; Fred Mensing. | Charles City Briefs CHARLES CITY—The annual meeting of the Charles City Chamber of Commerce will .be held in'the Hotel St. Charles on Thursday evening, Jan. 21, following- a dinner at 6:30 p. m. Annual reports will be given and election of officers will be part of the business session. Marshall Shannon 'post of. the American Legion will have a stag party- Monday night in the Legion hall. ' ' • ' - Dartball players belonging to the Lutheran Brotherhood took' three games from 'the visiting teams from Cedar Falls who were guests at a'special meeting in St John's -Lutheran church Thursday evening. There was a large attendance and supper was served. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Schmidt of Marble Rock are'the parents of 'a son born in the Cedar Valley hospital. Andrew Holmes is a patient in the Cedar Valley hospital ' Thirty women, most of them members of the Women's Relief Corps, were invited to the home of Mrs. Helen Benson, 402 B street, to help her celebrate her ninety-eighth birthday. Mrs. Benson is in good health and presided at the dinner which included two birthday cakes. Each guest was presented with an autographed picture. of Mrs. Benson who has. entertained these women at a birthday party for 10 years. The W. R. C.'s gift to the hostess was a basket -of roses.- Mrs. -Benson donated a fine quilt made by herself to the corps for relief'work. She has-lived in Charles City lor 40 years, the family coming here from McGregor. A daughter, Cora, resides with her. Walther league officers are: Gilbert Behn, president; David Dohr- rndnn, vice president; Marguerite Kruse, secretary; Reinhold Dohrmann; treasurer, Helen Witte; Velma Kriise, Norman Burmester, committee on Christian knowledge; Helen Dohrmann, Dorothy Miller, Gilbert Kruse, commrttee on Christian service.. The Rev. George A. Koch is pastor. Q-fficers elected by the Congregational church were: Deacons, J. Sikkema, L. R. Krusemark, Frank McSpaden, B. W. Ehlers; trustees, I D. W. Mott, H. H. Uhlenhopp, Ray Fox, D. D. Bramwell, J. H. Boehm- j ler, Gareld Leming, Dr. J. C. Powers, A. J. Hobson, J. C. Marschall; music committee, Helen McDowell, Cecil Seed,, S. E. Butler, Mrs. Brewster Woodburn; treasurer, F. H. Ridgeway; clerk, L. H. Davis; ushers, L. R. Krusemark, Arnold Snater, Ernest Banker, A. N. Boeye, James M. McSpaden,'B'. W. Ehlers. v Sunday school officers, Mrs. GareJd Leming. superintendent: Mrs. Deles Molt, assistant; Isabel Hobson, secretary-treasurer. The Rev. K. Lee Jacobs is pastor. Officers elected by the Church of Christ .were Elders, L. H. Carter, C. L. Soper, George Proctor, Hans Christiansen; deacons, Walter E. Miller, F. J. Paullus, R. T. Garrison, George' Selix, Irving Klousia, Lee Stacy, Walsh, E. lis McCoy, Charles Eye, U. Butcher, Wil- Paul Psine; trustees, • E. U. Butcher, Irving Klousia, George Selix; clerk, L. H. Carter: treasurer, Charles L. Soper; missionary treasurer, . Mrs. Walter Miller; building fund treasurer, R. T. Garrison; head usher, E. U. Butcher. Bible school 'officers, Talena Dirksen, superintendent; Dale Deam, secretary; Mrs. Lee W. Stacy, treasurer. The Rev. C. S. Kleckner is pastor. Ashtray: Any squatty dish built on the theory that nobody smokes more than three cigarets.—Du- buque Telegraph Herald. BUREAU GAINS IN CHICKASAW Officers Are Elected at Annual Meeting at New Hampton. NEW HAMPTON—The annual meeting of the Chickasaw county Farm Bureau was held here Thursday with. 200 members present. The membership has increased from 340 to 400, according to the report made by M. M. Thurow, county agent. Louis Kelehon of the Iowa Farm bureau federation was the main speaker. The action taken at the last annual meeting when the $10 membership fee was approved was not changed. The following were elected to the state convention Jan. 20, 21, 22: Frank Pietan, New Hampton, voting delegate; W. W. Holschlag, New Hampton, alternate voting delegate; Hubert Laures, New Hampton; Frank Tracy, Nashua; Lloyd Frazee, Bassett and Donald Stirm, New Hampton were named delegates. The following are home project women: Mrs. Lloyd Frazee, Bassett; Mrs. Guy Tracy, Nashua; Mrs. Adolph Boettcher, New Hampton; Mrs. H. C. Mcllroy, Ionia and Mrs. John Arnhalt, New Hampton. Officers elected were: Frank Pietan, New Hampton, president; W. W. Holschlag, New Hampton, vice president; Hubert Laures, New Hampton, secretary; John Arnhalt, New Hampton; treasurer. F. E. Tracy, Nashua, Boys 4-H club chairman; Mrs. John Arnhalt, New Hampton, home project chairman; Mrs. Earl Edson, Ionia, 4-H club chairman. Fined at Aljrona, ALGONA—Orville F. Crouch of Algona appeared before Justice of Peace P. A. Danson Friday and pleaded guilty to charges of intoxication. He was fined $25 and costs part of which he paid. THE GIRL Jonet . '. . ideol wife for a country doctor . . . but she married an actor instead. She had-the wisdom to moid her love accordingly. 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