The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on February 12, 1934 · Page 8
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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 8

Mason City, Iowa
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Monday, February 12, 1934
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EIGHT MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE FEBRUARY 12 1934 - n MRS, FREY, 83, MESERVEY, DIES Funeral Held at Reformed Church; Husband and 7 Children Left. MESERVEY, 'Feb. 12.--Funeral hervlces were held. this afternoon for Mrs. Grace Frey, wife of Bertus Frey, Sr. She died at her home here Thursday from o!d age complications at the age of 83 years and 6 months. The family lived in Meservey and vicinity 43 years, practically ever since coming to this country from Germany, where Mrs. Frey was born. Her aged husband and seven children survive. The children ae Hrs. Lena Groen, Mrs. Grace Pals of Meservey, Mrs. Hannah Suntken of Alexander, Mrs. Helen Liemven of Belmond, Barney of Meservey, and Joe and Henry of Minnesota. There are 54 grandchildren and 39 great grandchildren. The funeral was held at 1:30 o'clock at the Reformed church. Burial was in the local cemetery. James A. McDonald Is Appointed at Algona as Acting Postmaster WASHINGTON, Feb. 12. .T)-Postmaster General Farley Satur"day appointed James A. McDonald acting postmaster at Algona. Emma A. Pierce, 73, Succumbs Near Dows DOWS. Feb. 12 -Miss Emma A. Pierce, 73, died early Friday at her home east of town after several weeks' illness with pneumonia and complications. Born in Buffalo county, Illinois, she came here with her family in a early day. Since the death of her parents, 60 years ago, she and her brothers lived on the home farm. She leaves two brothers, Fred Pierce, a veterinarian, and Guy, both at homo.-The funeral was held Sunday afternoon at the Methodist church, the Rev. J. G. Waterman in charge. FASCISTS IN FRENCH TURMOIL Charles City News Champ's Brother Makes Showing. CRESCO, Feb. 12.--Edward Lybbert, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Lybbert of near Cresco, leads, in first year typing, with a speed of 54.5 words a minute. He is a brother of Miss Marion Lybbert,' world ama- tuer high school champion. French fascists, who participated in the bloody Paris riots, are led !y Jf. Marcel Bticard (seated), shown with two of his chief assistants, 3. B. Lherault (left) and Paul Latittc. They cnll themselves "Frimch- ists" and claim no allegiance to other fascists. (Associated Press photo.) Barr, 81, Resident of Marble Rock for Many Years, Dies at Home MARBLE ROCK, Feb. 12.--James Barr, 81, for many years a resident of this vicinity, died at his home here Saturday morning, the immediate cause of his death being pneumonia. The James Ban- family moved into town from their farm southwest of town, about 25 years ago. Mr. Ban- served on the town council for several years. Surviving him are his widow, his sons, Clarence, Guy and Claude of this vicinity, a daughter, Mrs. S. E. Bigelow of Greene, five granddaughters and a grandson. Holds Rites nt Medford. RENWICK, Feb. 12 The Rev. and Mrs. Belden Weikcl left Friday evening for Medford, Okla., where the Rev. Mr. Wcikel officiated Sunday at the funeral of a friend, Frank Harris. While in Oklahoma, the Weikels will visit other friends at Enid, Kremlyn and El Reno. The Rev. R. E. Cook, retired pastor, occupied the pulpits at Hardy and Renwick Methodist churches Sunday. Perceval was the hero of one of the most famous and widespread legends in the Arthurian cycle. Masoiij Retired Carrier, Dies at Home in Luverne Had Traveled Far Enough in Service to Go 9 Times Around World. LUVERNE, Feb. 12.--W. B. Mason, v.'ho served as rural letter carrier out of Luverne for 25 years, died Saturday morning at his home from heart disease and complications. He had resided here for 45 years. Mr. Mason ia survived !iy foui children, Mrs. George Thompson o: Ledyard, Mrs. James Zweifel of Corwith, Ed of Charles City anrt Ray Mason o£ Fairmont, Minn. Thirteen grandchildren also survive. Three years ago Mr. Mason, 73, retired from service. He received an honorable discharge with a Class A record. During hia sen-ice ho traveled far enough as rural letter cur- rier to have taken him around the world nine times. 82nd Birthday Observed. KANAWHA, Feb. 12.--A number of women gathered at the H. H. Stewart home Saturday afternoon, honoring the eighty-second birthaaj of Mrs. Stewart's mother, Mrs. Robert Lucas. In the last two weeks of December Monterey, Cal., sardine fishermen brought in 12,290 tons of sardines. W. B. MASON. Flretruclc Group Elects. CRESCO, Feb. 12.--The farmers Community firetruck association elected: L. B. Cunningham, president; Fred Ruetsch, vice president; William Connolly, secretary-treasurer. The truck answers all rural fire calls of its members, and is a valuable asset to this community. break torn in a daij sure Now tens of thousands of peon!e will tell you that the FASTER. SUREST WAY to get rid of a cold is to take two HILL'S COLD TA8- I-ETS and two glasses of water every fesv hours. These wonderful little table ts give you such speedy relief-- relief you can't obtain by sesa scientifi c m ethods--because th ey do the three things necessary to break up a cold. Wash poisons from system. Check fever and ease, away ache and pain. Fight off cold germs ALL AT ONCE. Thus your cold goes in a jiffy and you feel like a new person. Get nd of " ' ' ' ' way. Ask drugget QUININE in tht Ulfl 1 'C CASCAF ·Til-Li 9 QUINJf Lincoln's Birthday Celebrated at Three Charles City Churches CHARLES CITY, Feb. 12.--Special services were held Sunday in three of the churches recognizing the birthday of Abraham Lincoln. The statesmanship of Lincoln was used as tlie theme of the Rev. E. W. Huelster'a sermon in the Congregational church in the morning. An illustrated sermon on the life ol Lincoln was given in the Baptist church by the Rev. A. A. Rideout in the evening. The Rev. W. P. Belling, pastor of the Central M. E. church, referred to the hero in his morning sermon and Miss Emma Stoecltcr read "The Perfect Tribute" by Mary Andrews during the evening service. A vesper musical tea was given in the Congregational church by Airs. J. E. Waggoner's group Sunday afternoon. The program included piano trio by Mesdames Nie- mack, Brichson and Sheldon, vocal solos by Earl Stewart and James Smith and two numbers by the Empyreal quartet with Earl Stewart playing the accompaniments. The Rev. E. W. Huelster, pastor, passed out the program for the services during Lent which will include special services Sunday mornings and vespers at 4t30 p. m. when local laymen and out of town minister! will be the speakers. There will also be a service each Wednesday evening in the church parlors. At the First M. E. church the Rev. Mr. Clausen will open the Wednesday evening Lenten services thi.= week. His theme will be "Christianity and the Home." The Rev. R. H. Collis, pastor of the church, has arranged an appropriate program for each Sunday for the next six weeUs. The Rev. W, F. Belling, pastor of the Central M. E. church, has arranged similar programs during the Lenten period. Divorce at Charles City Is Granted by Beardmore CHARLES CtTX, Feb. 12.--Judge T. A. Beardmore held court Saturday when he granted a divorce to Ruby Emerson from Kenneth Emer"son on the grounds of unfaithfulness. She was given the custody of two minor children. Judge Beardmore sustained a demurrer filed by the New England Life Insurance company of Boston against Hargey C. Rehvine who ·wanted the company to grant Jiim a total disability claim against the insurance company amounting to $4,120. 16 Get Certificates. CHARLES CITY, Feb. 12.--Sixteen graduates of Dr. J. E. Sals- toury's poultry school received their certificates Friday evening follow ing a dinner in the Hildreth hotel. Dr. Salsbury acted as master o£ ceremonies and the main address was given by the Rev. A. A. Rideout. E. A. Sheldon played for the assembly singing. CHARLES CITY BRIEFS CHARLES CITY, Feb. 12.--Mr and Mra. Leonard Meyers, recently married, moved on to a farm easl of Charles City adjoining the farm of August Meyers, father of Leonard Meyers. Mrs. Meyers was El da LaBounty. The ceremony took place last Wednesday In the Catholic parsonage. The Knights of Pythias will observe the seventieth anniversary o] the founding o£ the order with a program and dinner in the Ellis auditorium Monday evening,' Feb. 19. Melva Henning and Leo Schula music supervisors In the high schoo returned from Iowa City where they attended the conference for music supervisors. .Lucille Kout, daughter of Mr and Mrs. W. J. Kout has gone to Rochester, Minn., to take nurses training. Saturday night 074 corn loans had been granted totaling $256,883.70. The total number of corn hog contracts was 1,035. The condition of Len Spurbeck who is in the Cedar Valley hospita is favorable although he is suffer ing a great deai of pain. He was injured Friday night when a. truck load of beer pushed through the front of the cab of the truck when it ran into a culvert near Fred- cricksburg. Hfs companion. Charles Biseniu.s, was killed. Marks the Opening of Our Store wide February SALES Event! Save on this riey) . . * EASY WASHER With Set of 2 Handy Rinse Tubs The Greatest Value We've Ever Offered! Prices on G-E Monitor Top and Flat Tap models are now wltMn a few dollars of ths lowest in all history. This Easy Washer--with balloon wringer rolls-large capacity tub and fast washing action -floated a n d insulated power plant--plus Easy quality construction . . . with all that means in long life and freedom from care . . . is yours when you buy an Easy! FORMER. PRICE VALUE OF TUBS $69.50 TOTAL $79.50 You Get Both for A $2O Saving TERMS--$2.50 Down--$4.99 a Month! Here's REAL News! 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