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._ 24 Oct. 12, 1949 •»••• City GUfc«.Gai«ttc. Mti«n City. IB. Former Meat Dealer Succumbs at Cresco After Long Illness Cresco — Funeral services for Emil J. Polashek, 62, retired Cresco merchant, will be held in St Joseph's Catholic church at 9:30 a. m. Thursday. The Rev. William Blessington, pastor in charge of St. Joseph's church, will officiate. Burial will be in Calvary cemetery west of Cresco. Mr. Polashek died in his home here Monday evening after 6 years of ill health. He was born at Chelsea, April 26, 1887, son of William and Rosina Polashek. In 1909 he moved to Protivin with his parents and for a year was asso- ciated in the meat business there with his father. He was married to Miss Anna Novak at Protivin, Feb. 14, 1911. They resided in Waucoma where Mr. Polashek operated a meat market. He also operated meat markets at Monona and Alta Vista before coming to Cresco in 1920. He was in the grocery and meat business here until 6 years ago when he retired on account of his health. He is survived by his widow, 2 daughters and one son, Mrs. Clarence Montague, Mrs. John Chvatal, and Jerome, all of Cresco. Lak' Mills —Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Sehl of Mora, Minn., and Mrs. George Nelson of Byron, Minn., returned from a vacation trip to Georgia, and enroute home they stopped to visit at the home of Mayor and Mrs. George Holtan. AIRLINES NEED . . . unmarried young women for glamorous positions a* Reservation- uts, Communkationitts or Hostesses. At least High School Graduates; age* 17Vt to 30. Nationwide placement servic* to graduates. Find out if yon can qualify. For Full Information—Mail Coupon 5IH MInne«poUj. Minn. I would lilt* complete information about Airlin* opportunities N»m» „ Age Addr*M . „ Phone City Education _ Funeral Thursday for Iowa Falls Resident Io\va Falls—Funeral rites for Andrew Jackson Reed, 70, who died at his home Monday night, will be at the Wood funeral chapel Thursday afternoon at 2:30 with the Rev. Warren Feller, pastor oi ihe Methodist church, officiating. Burial will be made in Union cemetery. He suffered a stroke Monday morning. He was born near Indianola Feb. 22, 1879, son of Charts and Sarah Reed. On March 13, 1901, he was married to Genevra Hockett, who survives. He came to Hardin county in 1910, and to Iowa Falls in 1921. For the past 8 years he had been employed by the city. Besides his wife he is survived -by 2 daughters, Mrs. Elmer Mitterer and Mrs. Lloyd Hayden, both of Iowa Falls; 2 sons, Wiliard H. of Des Moines, and Willis P. of Chicago; 2 sisters, Mrs. G. L. Boothe of Metz, Mo., and Mrs. \V. W. Jackson of St. James, Mo.; 2 brothers, Chris of Iowa Falls, and Lewis of Nevada, Mo.; 9 grandchildren, 2 great grandchildren. HERE and THERE WMF Holds Convention at St. Ansgar MFMCG30 Officers Elected Cresco—At ihe annual meeting of the Howard County Cancer society, all officers were re-elected. Mrs. F. O. Luehr is county chairman; Ray Farnsworth, treasurer; and Mrs. Thomas E. Bouska, secretary; aH of Cresco. ITCHING Tormented by itching of dry eczema, simple piles, common «kin irritation? Soothing, medicated Resinol Ointment is a proved reliever of such distress. Us ingredients, often used by doctors, act gently to give lingering comfort. Well worth trying. WHO'S AHEAD? HE chooses a quality motor oil and has it changed every thousand miles. Result: a smooth-running •ngine year after yearl HE is careless about his choice of oil... hardly ever has it changed. Result: engine repairs set him back plenty this yearl It pays to get lubrication plus engine protection! 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Northwood—Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hanson of Alsted, Denmark, who are visiting a brother, Axel Han- . son, of St. Ansgar, were recent guests at the home of L, P. Madson of Northwood. Britt— The Misses Tilda and Mildred Ostercamp have returned home from Rochester, Minn., where vliss Mildred had been hospitalized. Northwood—Gerald Hengesteg^ 4, son of Mr, and Mrs. Harvey Hengesteg, was discharged from the Kenney institute in Minneapolis following several weeks' treatment for polio. Thompson—Mrs. Emma Fisher was a recent visitor at the Frank Walton home at Kneirem. Swea City—Elaine Linde, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. N. W. Linde,' has accepted a secretarial position with the Iowa Historical society offices in Des Moines. Miss Linde recently completed a 3 months course at the American Institute of Business, Des Moines. Rake — Mr. and Mrs. Maynard Jacobson' are the parents of a daughter born at the Dolmage hospital in Buffalo Center Oct. 6. Swea City — The Rev. Peter Peters left for Des Moines to attend the state convention of Baptist churches. The Rev. Peters is moderator of the North Central association, comprising convention- affiliated Baptist churches of Kossuth, Humboldt, Palo Alto, Emmet, Winnebago, Hancock, Wright, Webster and Hamilton counties. Rake—The Golden Star American Legion installed officers lor the coming year at a recent meeting in the Legion rooms. Garner—Mr. and Mrs. Don Missal and daughter, Vicki Sue, of Clarion, visited at the parental Fred C. Missal home recently. Kanawha—Recent guests in the Ray Mills home near Renwick were Mr. and Mrs. Lars Olson, Mr. and Mrs. Lismore Stole and Lois, and Dr. and Mrs. Henry Harriman and Dorothea. Bancroft—Mrs. Thomas Murphy has returned home after an extended visit with relatives in Chicago. Lake Mills — Mrs. Beatrice Stringer, operator of Bea's Beauty shop, underwent surgery at the Mercy hospital in Mason City recently. Britt—Miss Evelyn Colter is vacationing this week with the Leo Colters and Mrs. Harry Steiner in Waterloo and also Mrs. Leonard Manson at Dundee. Swea City—Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Blomster drove to Columbia, Mo., to visit their daughter, Patricia, who is a freshman student at Stephens college. Belmond—The Rev. D. A. Brady of Dubuque and the Rev. Tom Knox of Iowa Falls visited in the home of the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Brady. Popejoy—Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Anders, sons, Robert and Merl, Mr. and Mrs. Marion Evans, Mr. and Mrs. Percy Moore ,and Mr. sr.d Mrs. George Nelson and Ed I. Evans were recent visitors in the home of Mrs. Paul Lynn and Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Hoyne, of Albert Lea, Minn. Hampton—Dr. and Mrs. H. H. Johnston have left on* a week's visit at the home of their daughter, Mrs. Howard C. Porter, at Billings, Mont. Nora Springs—Mrs. Ralph Jones of Boise, Idaho, left Tuesday after spending 2 weeks here with her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Heinselman. Britt—Mrs. George Oakes and daughter, Mrs. David Thayer, arrived from Berkeley, Cal. Mrs. Thayer left for Atlanta, Ga., to join he husband, who is a copilot and has recently been transferred. Lake Mills—Mr. and Mrs. O. T. Gordon visited their daughter, Hazel, and the K. T. Gordons at Minneapolis. Mrs. Gordon also spent a few days at the C. E. Ferrand home at Princeton, Minn. Swea City.— Max J. O'Keefe, formerly of Lakota, more recently of Marshalltown, has leased the Bowman barber shop. Mr. and Mrs. O'Keefe are seeking living quarters here. N o r t h w o o d—Elmer Koeder, manager of Northwood bakery, left Sunday for a week's visit at Koeder's resort at Black Duck, Minn., which is operated by his father, George Koeder. By MRS. OSCAR AAMODT Globe-Gazette Correspondent St. Ansrar—The fall convention of the St. Ansgar circuit Women's Missionary Federation of the E. L. C. opened Tuesday with a registered attendance of 271 including 8 pastors, 12 pastor's wives, 51 delegates, 12 Ladies Aid presidents and 142 visitors. There were 2 district officers present, 1 missionary and 100% attendance of the circuit officers. The First Lutheran church, St. Ansgar, host church for the convention, is one of the first Lutheran churches built in the St. Ansgar circuit. It was founded in 1864 and with the exception of a new stone front added a few years ago, the original structure is well intact. The morning session opened with devotion by the Rev. A. O Langehough, host pastor. Gives Welcome Address Mrs. M. B. Hendrickson, president of the hostess Ladies Aid gave a welcome address and presented corsages to Mrs. Larry Ritter, Fertile, the new circuit president and to Mrs. Odvin Hagen Forest City, the new Iowa districl president. Response was given by Mrs. Ed Gesme of Lake Mills, circuit secretary of charities. A mixed quartet gave a number, composed of local talent. Miss Alice Sanne, executive secretary from Minneapolis, gave a Bible study based on the convention theme, "Righteousness Exalt- eth a Nation." During the business session the 'ollowlng committees were elected:' Dominating, Mrs. L. N. Larson, Joice; Mrs. Harold Smith, Forest Dity; and Mrs. C. O. Lomen, Clear Lake; resolutions and recommendations, Mrs. Alvin N. Rogness, Mason City, Mrs. Benjamin Coltvet, Fertile, and Mrs. O. A. Langehough, St. Ansgar, aH pastor's wives; auditing, Mrs. Normau Oswald, Fertile, and Mrs. H.' L, Erickson, Clear Lake. Historian Honored Mrs. K. J. Hanson of Forest City, who served as circuit historian the past 9 years,'was presented a corsage from the circuit officers as a token of appreciation. She was also presented a life membership pin from the circuit by Mrs. B. O. Wolden of Estherville, Iowa district historian. The life membership song was sung in her honor by Mrs. Soren Olson of Clear Lake accompanied by Mrs. E. L. Erickson, Clear Lake. Mrs. Odvin Hagen, Forest City, Iowa district president, presented one of the ne\\ W. M. F. resolutions which is the encouragemenJ of local Ladies Aids to supporl and contribute scholarships in the Evangelical Lutheran churches foi Lutheran girls in the Iowa district. The hostess Ladies Aid served refreshments in the parish house which at one time served as the St. Ansgar Seminary. The afternoon session opened with devotion by the Rev. J. M MAKE: YOUR LINOLEUM CABINET TOP "SPARKLE" PLASTIC TYPE FINISH Glaxo LINOLEUM COATING You will thrill at this crystal clear coating on your cabinet top. • Dries in one hour • Protects and wears • Qt. Only Downstair* Store •-<_ sins 1 MIORin IO I\ni\ IDl VI OKI)! R Haaland, pastor of the Silver Lake utheran church east of Joice. Special music included a number by a boys' quartet from the St. Ansgar school and a vocal solo by Mrs. R. M. Christiansen of Joice accompanied by Mrs. L. F. Scheie of Joice. Mrs. E. J. Sprengler, Mason City, circuit promotion secretary, presented a book written by N. N. Ronning, and several copies were sold. Missionary Speaks The highlight of the day was the address by Miss Clara Jones, missionary from China, who spoke of many experiences and stated that missionaries are not leaving China because they are afraid for their lives but because the natives receive better treatment from the commies now occupying western China, when the missionaries art not present. She pointed out much need for aid from the home church for all mission fields. Mrs. A. N. Rogness, Mason City, gave a report of the resolution and recommendations committee. Mrs. Larry Ritter gave the president's report and the Rev. O. A. Tangehough gave closing remarks" and pronounced the benediction. The offering of $357 was to b« divided as follows after expenses were taken out: One half to China missions; $10 each to pensions and to the Diaconette and the remainder to the scholarship funds. 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