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February 22, 1954

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 5

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Plan Church Music Workshop at Wartburg College c rv__ r . ' · ' * : ~~~^-,···'.,,,,:--- ---------- J5*L !^_.. 5-Day Session Opens June 7 Offers Instruction in Voice and Organ W A V E R L Y--A church music- workshop is scheduled for Juno 7 through n at. Wartburg College. Sponsored by the music department of the college, the five-day session will be for church organists, choir directors and choir members. The workshop will include private Instruction in voice ami organ in addition to demonstrations and re- h o a r s a 1 s of choral techniques, -« choral rehearsals and building up ' an organ repertoire. The aim of the workshop accord- Ing to Dr. Edwin Llcmohn, head of the Wartburg music department, is to improve congregational music by helping organists and choral directors with now material, methods and techniques, to "revitalize music in the church." Opening immediately after the closing week of the regular term, the workshop will run on a slightly heavier schedule than the regular run of college classes. The daily schedule will run from 8 a.m. to 12 noon from 1 to 3 and from 7 to D p.m. AI! participants in the workshops may take advantage of both dormitory and cafeteria! facilities wf the college. KCHA Will Move Into New Offices CHARLES CITY--KCHA studios will all be in the C and E building the first of this week, Charles City Wright, manager, announced Saturday. Under the new system the control transmitter on South Grand Avenue, will be operated by remote control from the downtown offices and studios. There will be no personnel at the transmitter. All work is completed by the use of telephone wires. KCHA is the third station in Iowa to be under this new system. The moving of more than 7,800 recordings and 7,000 transcriptions should be completed by the first of this week, Wright said. The newly decorated and assembled studios will give more room and facilities for belter production, Wright said. Priest's Father Dies in Illinois ACKLEY--Father J. J. Brickley, p a s t o r of St. Mary's Catholic Church, has returned from Kenosha, Wis., where he attended the funeral of his father, Patrick T. Brickley, 88, who died at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Wendell Albert, at Kcnosha, He also leaves another son, Leo M. Bricklcy, of Kenosha. Burial was in the family plot at Harvard, 111. Father Brick- Icy celebrated the solemn requiem mass for his father. DR. EUGENE G A R B E E Swinemen at Osage to Hear Two Speakers OSAGE--A meeting of the Mitchell County Swine Association will be held Wednesday, a banquet featuring two speakers, Dr. Eugene Garbce, president of Upper Iowa University, former Mitchell County man, and E. Stanley Nicol, director of the livestock department of the Iowa Farm Bureau Federation, DCS Moincs. The banquet will be at 6:30 p.m. at the Lutheran parish hall. Vocal numbers by high school students will be given under the direction of (heir instructor, Mrs. Edgar Dorow. There will also be election of officers. Dr. Garbce will speak on "Some Thoughts On Education and Southern Folk Lore." One of. his numerous hobbies is to tell North Carolina folk tales and he is listed as outstanding in this field. The 46-year-old college president was a native of Billings, Mo. He was married to an Iowa girl, Mildred Everts of Traer, in 1D30. Provide Book Corf for Hospital Needs BRITT--The Women's Auxiliary of the Hancock County Memorial Hospital will provide the Library committee with a"*fiew book cart to be used for the patients at the hospital. Twice a week a call is made at the,, hospital, when the books a r c distributed by local women. Chosen for use on the cart are a wide selection of topics, and seasonal subjects and affairs. Stories of the west, mystery and romance make up the major part of the loans. Books are exchanged at the public library and special requests are provided when desired, SCOUTMASTER NAMED WESLEY--Don Powers was recently chosen scoutmaster to re- ptacc Del Rogness who resigned. IL E. Hemingsen and Stan Johnson are his assistants. Lions Club appointed as scout committee Maurice DeBoer, Jack Lickleig, Al Loe- bey, Del Rogness and Gaylc Studer. FILES FOR JUSTICE CHARLES CITY--John W. Mc- Geency, Charles City, filed as a candidate for justice of the peace In Charles City Township on the Republican ticket. McGeeney is seeking re-election as justice of the peace, having served in that office for about 30 years. MASTERPIECE Farmers Co-Op Pays Refunds BRITT--The 900 stockholders of the Farmers Co-Operative Co. re ccived checks Saturday totaling $45,340.20 at the annual meeting of the .company at the Memorial Hall These checks represent the de ferred patronage refunds for the year 1949. In the past 10 years the Britt Co-Operative has paid out over $215,000 in cash to patrons of the company and has also paid out over $00,000 in taxes. Jurors Drawn in Wright Co. CLARION -- March term of Wright County District Court will convene at Clarion March 15, with Judge H. C. Nichol of Ames as presiding magistrate. Petit jurors for the term have been drawn by Clerk of Court Bessie Johnson and arc being notified to report on the morning of March 22, On the jury list arc: From Clarion--Ralph Norum, Ha/el DuKate, Carroll Voorhees, W. J. Parris, Portia Morford, Wilma Wakcfield, Ruth Henry, George C. Bradley, Julius Olson, Vila Milan, Avron Peyton, Edna Henley, L'Vira Boggs, Vina Soesbe, Margaret Ebcrl, Clare Cavanaugh, Max Sheldon, Lillian Noack, Joe B. Loyd, Mclvin Weld and Henry Powgnas. Eagle Grove--Robert Ryan, Clif- r ord Nelson, George Frohling, Mel L'lark, Margaret Chapman, Sara Baker, Mae Ramer, Sam Joberg, Mildred Bragdon, Gladys Wicks, Leone Franzen, Inga.Cannon, Darcia Christcnson, Porter Nelson, Norris Olson, John Dcimcrly. Belmond--Clair Bontc, E. II. Strait, J. L. Pals, J. W. Mariga, Marie Baxter, E m m a Albers, Raymond Davis, Christine Harly, A. R. Lccbrick, Jeanne Shepard, Luther Johnson, Ilcgina Hewlett, Vcrna Riggs, Eph Holm, Pete Bobning. Goldficld--Dewcy Bcisell, Donald Waid, James V. Campbell, George Trotter, A. T. Badcrschnei- der, Sam Amosson, Cart Martin; Dows--Iris Eriksen, Maude Sorcn- son, Corrine Aagescn, Luclla Jacobson, Charlotte Foust, R u t h Holmes, Merrill Tclleen. Others are: Delbert Scheppler, Gait; Philip Ketchum, Rowan; Mrs. Robert Kastler and Morse Nielson, Woolstock; Mrs. Carl Kel- Itng and Gerald Nelson, Renwick; Virgcne Andrews, Alexander; Libbie Kreiger, Blairsburg; and Mar- cclla Halfwassen, Mcservey. Discuss Removal of Sunday Trains HAMPTON -- A hearing will be held at the Memorial Hall in Hampton Tuesday, April 13, at 10 a.m. on a proposal to discontinue Sunday operation of passenger trains on the M. St. L. Railway Co. from Albia to the North Iowa 'state line T E A C H E R S MEET i- DECOR'AH -- The Winneshiek county rural teachers will hold sec Uonal meetings March 2 to 5. Dr Nellie Hampton and, : Dr. Irvin Brune, both 'from Iowa Slate Teachers College at Cedar Falls will speak. PRIDE ADORNED-- Costumes come in for checking as ;he University Theater of the State University of Iowa prepares for opening night of two Elizabethan plays to be presented Tuesday through March G, except for Feb. 28. Dressed as Pride, the allegorical character she will play in Marlowe's Britt Seeks Extension of School Area BRITT--Voters in the eight areas .n the proposed Britt Community School District are being contacted :o sign petitions for the formation of the district. Forty mcmoers of the Parent- Teachers Association started out to contact every voter i n B r i t t . Everyone will have the opportunity :Q petition for the formation of the new district. The other areas take in portions of Britt, Orthcl, Boone, Erin, Liberty, Garfield and Crystal Townships. When the petitions are filed with the required number of signatures the county board will review the petitions and the boundaries of the areas involved and set an election at which time the residents will vote on consolidation.. ATTORNEY FILES DECORAH--Isadore Meyer, Decorah attorney, announced his candidacy for the Democratic nomination as county attorney in the June 7 primary, -*The Tragical History of Dr. Faustus," is Susan Vendelboe, Clarion junior, second from left. Kenneth Kothe, Hampton sophomore, left, has worked on the costume crew as well as learning parts in both "Dr. Faustus" and Shakespeare's "Twelfth Night," the second play to be presented in shortened version by the university actors. Miss Vendelboe, Kothe and Pat Peterson, Fort Dodge junior, second from right, all have roles in both plays. Miss Peterson is wearing her costume as an Imp of Hell for Dr. Faustus, and Leo Feany, Dakota City sophomore, is dressed for his part as a priest in the same play. L. F. McCoy, Ex-Conductor, Dies at Manly MANLY--Funeral services for .uman Forest McCoy, 70, will be held Tuesday at 2 p.m. at the Bethel Evangelical U.B. Church, the Rev. C. R. Frankhauser official- rig. Burial will be in Memorial Park Cemetery at Mason City with Bride's Funeral Home of Manly in charge. He died of a heart attack at his home Sunday morning. He bad been in failing health more than hvo years. Mr. McCoy was born at Estherville Feb. 14, 1884, son of Mr. and Mrs. F. L. McCoy. He was married to Miss Tessa Young of Marion in 1910. The couple moved to Manly in 1930 where Mr. McCoy continued in the capacity of Rock Island railroad conductor. At the time of his retirement in 1951 he had 47 years of service with the railroad. He was a member of the A.F.A.M. and the B. of R. T. Beside the widow, he leaves two sisters, Mrs. Walter Myers, Mason City, and Mrs. Harold Bradbury, Duarte, Calif., and two brothers Willard B. McCoy, of San Diego[ Calif., and Charles H. of Schaller. Britt Funeral Home Enlarged BRITT--Workmen started excavating to enlarge the basement room at the Boughten Funeral Home. The excavating is being 1 done under the porches which sur! round the house on two sides. This will provide a large storage room. INFANT DIES NORTHWOOD--Funeral services for Bruce Allen Van Sabben, year and a half old son of Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Van Sabben of Kensett, will be held at 2 p.m. Monday at the Ftb. n, _ 1954 S Mason City Globe-G»ieit«, IMiMa Cttf, I*, MEETINGS In North Iowa WESLEY--WSCS will meet Mar. 3 in the C. E. Ward home with the Mesdames Kate and Edna Flom, Dorothy Henderson and Mary Bradfield assisting hostesses. FERTILE--The Lutheran Ladies Aid will meet Wednesday with Mrs. Willard Thovson, Mrs. Fred Lukcr and Mrs. Harry Rodberg hostesses. POPE JOY--Trusty Twenty Club will meet all day with Mr. and Mrs. Harry Anderson Tuesday. PLYMOUTH -- Mr. and Airs. John Claus will entertain the Farmers' Wives and Daughters Club at a noon dinner Wednesday. O F F I C E R S INSTALLED MANLY--Mrs. Earl Schulte was .installed to head the American Le- A u x i l i a r v ' M r «- Emil Wcndt Churches at the recent annual meeting at Belmond. Connor Funeral H o m e . He died Friday after a short illness. Survivors are his parents and two sisters. Burial in Shellrock Cemetery. . sergeant-at-arms, Mrs. Charles Schindele, chaplain; Mrs. Will Solomon, historian, Mrs. C. E. Hebei, liaison, and Mrs. Profit Dunn, parliamentarian. Mrs. Frank Garvey, past president, did the installing. 2% INTEREST On 12 Month Certificates of Deposit, Minimum $500 FIRST NATIONAL BANK! MASON CITY, IOWA - FOUNDED IN 1869 Invested Capital more than $1,600,000.00 A GOOD BANK TO TIE TO Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation · Classes at U1U to Hold Carnival FAYETTE--The junior and sophomore classes at Upper Iowa University will have a winter carnival Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. in the college gymnasium. The carnival will include such features as a cake walk, fish pond, midget auto races penny pitch, fortune telling, and various games. The proceeds; \vil be used in the newly decorated Peacock Room. This room has been made into a recreational room with grill, easy chairs, and television for students during their leisure hours. No reason to feel guilty or hurry home from club when you can prepare your husband's hot dinner before you go. It cooks while you're gone-in the completely automatic gas oven. The oven can be set to turn on and off at predetermined fames and your dinner stays warm untti needed. Automatic gas ranges are wonderful fox busy wiv«e! PEOPLES' GAS ELECTRIC Soring Norfh Central /owo's aims, Towns and Farms. i 102 SO. FEDERAL PHONE 843 It's Here--Words New Spring and Summer Catalog Montgomery Wards big, new Spring and Summer Catalog offers you a wonderfully wide selection of quality merchandise at money-saving prices. Of prime interest to women is the section on latest spring fashions. Fabrics dominate the news with Nylon, Orion ond Acritan blends as well as new cottons and linens setting the pace. Popularity of materials is governed this year by the magkal features they offer, such as no ironing, quick drying, crtoM resistance, etc. Of course, you'll 'find clothing for all the family, ana*' shoes in newest styles. See all the other, quality items in our big Catalog---j furniture, cameras, sporting goods,' fewelry, garden supplies, tools, cari accessories and many more. It's so easy to order by phone in the comfort of your own home from this fine Catalog. So phone or stop in our Catalog Department for o Library copy of Wards new Spring and Summer Catalog today. Keep it for two full w*«k of leisurely shopping at honw. SEE WARDS NEW CATALOG TODAY;,

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