Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on September 27, 1949 · Page 10
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10 Sept. 26, 1949 Mason Clly Globe-Gazelle, Mason Clly, In. Plan Rites for Mrs. Luther Mass Tuesday, 9, at St. Patrick's Clear Lake—Requiem high mass will be sung for Mrs. Nellie Luther, 47, who was found dead at her home, 801 6th street, Saturday evening about 10:30, at St. Patrick's Catholic church Tuesday morning at 9 o'clock. The Rev. J. J. Buzynskij pastor, will be celebrant and burial will be in St. Joseph's cemetery, Mason City. The body is at the Wilcox funeral chapel where the Rosary will be said Monday evening at 8. Mrs. Luther, night operator for the Clear Lake Telephone company, had had a bad heart condition for some time, but had seemed better the pastfew months. She worked Friday night as usual, had breakfast and did some shopping before going home Saturday morning. Apparently she was preparing to retire when stricken. When she failed to report for work Saturday evening an investigation was made and the body found. Mrs. Luther was born Nellie Woodyard, daughter of Mr, and Mrs. James Woodyard, Dec. 12, 1901, at Liberty Center, Warren county, Iowa. The family moved to Melcher when she was 11 years old and she was graduated from Melchtr high school and taught school a few years. She was married June 19, 1923, to Roy E. Luther at St. Louis, Mp. He died at Mason City Jan. 10, 1930, and is buried in St. Joseph's cemetery there. Mrs. Luther is survived by 2 daughters, Miss Florine Luther, graduate nurse, Mason City, and Mrs. Edwin (Naomi) Blair, Colfax, and 3 brothers, Joseph Woodyard, Hartford; John Woodyard, Mason City, and Cecil Woodyard, who lived at her home in Clear Lake. She was preceded in death by her parents, and her husband. Mrs. Luther was a member of St. Patrick's Catholic church. Clear Lake Globe Gazette IF YOUR PAPER IS NOT DELIVERED BV (!:00 V. M., PH. 23!) OR 25D. NO COMPLAINTS CAN BE ACCEPTED AFTBIl (i:45. Mrs. J. II. Woodstock, past supreme representative, , returned Thursday from Des Moines where she attended Pythian Sistets Grand Temple. She accompanied Mrs. C. A. Kuntson who attended the fall board meeting of the Lowa Federation of Women's clubs in her capacity as state chairman of religious emphasis. - % A league is about 3 miles. Mrs. Roorda Rites at Pella Wednesday Clear Lake — Miss Angelina Roorda, 217 N. 3rd street, went to Pella Monday to attend funeral services Wednesday for her mother, Mrs. G. I. Roorda, 74, who died at a hospital in Rochester, Minn., Saturday evening. Mrs. Roorda had been an invalid for a year following a fall in which she suffered a fractured hip which did not heal. She underwent an operation at Rochester a few weeks ago. Besides Miss Angeline, 2 other daughters, Miss Ethel, teacher at Beuna Vista college, Storm Lake, and Miss Edith, Pella, survive. Several Clear Lake friends will attended the service Wednesday and the Ange and Woody Shop .will be closed all day. D. Cline, Blaksley Fined by Goransbn Clear Lake—Dale F. Cline and Stanley M. Blaksley, Mason City, were found guilty of assault and battery and disorderly conduct in the court of Dale Goranson, justice of the peace, Friday, and each was assessed a fine of $25 and costs. The men were reported to have participated in a fight at a local night club. The complaint was made by 2 men from Cresco and the information was brought in by the Clear Lake police who made the arrests. Charles M. Groman, Mason City attorney, .appeared for the defendants and has appealed the case to the district court. Henry Gilbert, Britt, was fined $10 and costs by Judge Goranson for operating a motor vehicle on the public highway with defective brakes. The information was filed by H. S. Miller of the Iowa highway patrol. Miller Rites at Methodist Church Tuesday, 2:30 p. m. NO EXTRA SPRAYER AT BRAND NEW • FOR MOTH-PROOFING * SHAMPOOS RUGS • WAXES FLOORS, ETC. IF YOU MAIL COUPON BELOW BEFORE MIDNIGHT WEDNESDAY COST WITH EACH SALE • PAINT SPRAYING Girls Initiate 21 to G.A.A. Membership Clear Lake — Initiation into the Girls Athletic association oC the high school, which had been in progress 3 days, was finished Friday evening at a potluck dinner furnished by former members at the homemaking rooms of the high school. Initiates were Carol Garvin, Barbara Lester, Amy Arneson, Abbie Ann Winkle, Joan Barlow, Judy Merriman, Mary Furleigh, Barbara Folkmann, 'B Ann Stork, Barbara Wood, Dixie Evenson, Eunie Renberg, Beverly Hill, Ruth Nickerson, Donna Wedeking, Mary Marilyn Anderson, Donna Grosser, Lou Ryan, Joyce Lein, Frances Repp and Beverly Ballantyne. Miss Nancy Cave, girls' physical education director, is sponsor of the group. Commercially speaking, the Douglas fir is more valuable than any other tree. SUPPLY WATTED ~ ACT NOW ACE VACUUM STORES DEPT. , 920 Grand Ave., Des Moines, Iowa Gentlemen : I would like a tree home demonstration of a fully guaranteed Rebuilt Etectrolux Vacuum Clebner, complete with 7 attachments. Name. dry -Sfofe- 1F YOU NEED CHAIRS OR JUST ONE CHAIR It Will Pay You to Drop in at TYLER - RYAN'S Floor Samples Warehouse Stock Factory Close-outs Chairs for Every Room TYLER-RYAN'S 29 2nd St. S. E. WILLIS E. MILLER Ruth Buck Is Showered at Tarr Home Clear Lake—Miss Ruth Buck, who will be married to Clifford W. Coffin at the Little Brown church near Nashua Oct. 16, was guest of honor at a miscellaneous shower at the home of Mrs. Ralph Tarr, 530 Carlton street, Saturday afternoon. Mrs. Anna grandmother Coffin, Rockwell, of the prospective bridegroom, and Mrs. Arthur Lagel, Waterloo, were out of town quests. Mrs. W. A. Buck and Mrs. William Coffin, mothers respectively of the bride and bridegroom-to-be, were. special guests. Friends and neighbors made up the rest of the group. The gifts were placed on a table decorated with fall flowers and were delivered to the honoree by Mrs. Tarr's daughters, Cindy Lou and. Mary Pat. An oral guessing contest was held. Mrs. Tarr was assisted in serv- Clear Lake — Funeral services for. Willis E. Miller, 48, who died suddenly Saturday afternoon of a heart attack, will be held at the Methodist church Tuesday afternoon at 2:30. The Rev. Warner M. Hubbard, pastor, will conduct the rites and burial will be in Clear Lake cemetery. The Wilcox funeral chapel is in charge of arrangements. Masonic ritualistic services will be held at the graveside. Mr. Miller and son, Larry, were gathering wood across the street from their home Saturday when the attack came almost without warning. " To Clear Lake in 1922 Mr. Miller was born June 5, 1901, at Mechanicsville, son of Mr. and Mrs. Merton E. Miller, and was graduated _from the high school at Tipton. He came to Clear Lake in 1922 and was married to Miss Frances Ott, Clear Lake, June 25, 1926. To them were born 2 sons, Charles, student at the University of Iowa, Iowa City, and Larry, at home, and a daughter, Marjorie Joan, who died at 11 months. Besides his wife and sons, he is survived by his father, who lives at Marion; a brother, Charlie, Marion; a sister, Mrs. Frank Hull, "Winfield, Iowa, and many other relatives. . He was preceded in death by his mother, who died in 1921, and his daughter. Was Lumber Salesman Mr. Miller was' first a farm hand for Frank Baker and Roy Alder and then became yard man at the Farmers lumber yard at Clear .Lake. He was in the lumber yard at Douds 2 years and then returned to Clear Lrfke as manager for the Farmers which position he held till 1946. He then became auditor for the Farmers Grain Dealers association at Des Moines and last Sept. 1 began working for O. L. Krink, Sheffield, as a lumber salesman. He was a member of the Methodist church, Verity lodge No. 250, A. F. and A. M. and Park chapter No. 35, O. E. S. He was also a member of the Boy Scout coun- ing by her sister, Mrs. Francis Wreghitt, Hanlontown, Mrs. Allan W.• Tarr, and 'Mrs. Lagel. Miss Buck received many beautiful gifts. cil, Mason City, and of the "Old Guard" of Boy Scouts. On Fishing; Trip Joice — Aimer Heimdal, Halvor Dahle, LeRoy Tweed and Ted Rinden, local farmers, left Monday on a fishing trip to Leech Lake and Walker Bay in northern Minnesota. They will be joined Wednesday by Edward and Andrew Almelien who also left Monday for Fergus Falls to take Wanda Almelien to college. Nurse Transferred Hanlontow n—Norma Cole, daughter of Supt. and Mrs. Harold Cole, was transferred from Allen Memorial hospital in Waterloo to St. Joseph's Mercy hospital in Mason City. Norma will begin her 2nd year as a student nurse. Mrs. Cole went to Waterloo Monday to bring her daughter to Mason City. The largest dinosaur found in South Dakota's White river region, home of pre - historic monsters millions of years ago, was the brontotherium. Similar in appearance to a rhinoceros, this creature reached the size of elephant. a full-grown Pad! My steer won the blue ribbon! When daughter takes the prize at the fair, what's more natural than the whole family sharing the triumph by telephone? -When joy and pride and jubilation mingle over the wires, the price paid is small indeed compared to the value. How big should the price be? $ •4 Your telephone is worth more than it costs New house, new telephone, new money to pay for this expansion. New money comes from investors, investors are attracted by profits, profits come from .. . where? They come as a portion of the thousands of small sums paid monthly for use of the telephone. Because the telephone business can't stand still, but must constantly grow with America, the key to its future is a price containing an adequate profit—not big, but enough to "grow on". NORTHWESTERN BELL TELEPHONE COMPANY Serving Iowa, Minntfafa, Ntbraika, North Dakota ana Soulh Dakota Clear Lake Briefs Miss Louise Cl a u s e n and nephew, Max Clausen, returned Saturday evening from an auto trip which took them to the Railroad Fair in Chicago and through Wisconsin and Minnesota. W. H. Buchleiter, Veterinarian. 1137 W. 2nd. Ph. 866. Howard Kncsel, 724 S. 2nd street, moved to his home in Mason City over the weekend. Neal, the Cleaner, to close Oct. 3 to 9 for vacations. ' Mr. and Mrs. Emil Finer drove to Roland Sunday to attend the 75th diamond jubilee celebration of the Bergen Lutheran church in which the latter was confirmed as a young girl. They were accompanied on the trip by Mr. and Mrs. Tobe Peters, Mason City. For Rent: Large comfortable room. Ph. 793-J3. All Eastern Star members are asked to meet at Masonic temple at 1:30 Tuesday to attend the funeral of Willis Miller. Ange and Woody shop closed Wednesday for • funeral of Mrs. Roorda at Pella. Mrs. A. G. Jordan and family moved Saturday from 106 E. South street to 214 S. Elm street. Order your belt buckles? or buttons made up to match your dress at Hansen's. The Clear Lake Boat dub will hold the last meeting of the season at Billy's Casino Tuesday eve- nng with a buffet dinner at 7 o'clock. Awards will be presented winners of the outboard races held at Clear Lake this summer. For Sale: Kindling, oil burner, Round Oak heater, other household goods. 309 S. 4th. R. R. Rogers has returned to his work with the Clear Lake Bank and Trust company after being absent a few days with an attack of flu. Notice to Members of Verity Lodge No. 250, Master Masons are requested to meet at the Masonic Temple nt 1:30 p. in. Tuesday as a Lodge of Sorrow for the 'late Brother Willis E. Miller. 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