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February 24, 1954

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 10

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\ Tour Planned by Wartburg Band and Castle Singers Groups Visit ~ ~~ -Three States Vocalists to Finish Trip at Home April 25 WAVI5HLY--Tentative but nearly complete sclicdtiles were released here recently .showing the 185.1 spring tour itinerary for two Wart- wirg College musical organizations, the concert band and the Castle Singers. . The ' · 50-pJece band, under (he baton of Ernest Jlagen or the instrumental music department, will visit localities while on the road between March 2G and April 4 in 'western Iowa and Nebraska. · Traveling d u r i n g the same time, Dr. K. A. Huvdesvcn's Castle Sing .cm, .secular vocal group at W a r t burs, is touring Minnesota, climax Ing the t r i p w i t h a home concert in Wavcrly April 25. The itinerary of the band follows Kemvick, M a r c h 2l;' Pomeroy March 21; Cedar Itapid.s, N e b ' M a r c h 2J; Co/ad, Neb., March 30, Hebron, Nob., March 31; Beatrice', Neb., April ]; A u b u r n , Neb., April 2, and Tri-ynor, April 3. The route of the Castle Singers followers: Kicster, M i n n . , · March 28; Comfrey, M i n n . , M a r c h 2y, Stewart, Minn., M a r c l i 30; Cottonwood, M i n n . , March 31; Fiilda, Minn., A p r i l l ; Hock Rapids, April* 2; Titonku, April 3; Manson, April 4, and W a v c r l y , April 25. Lack of Snow Spells Doom of Carnival DECORAH-At a special meeting of the Luther College student council plans for the winter car nival scheduled for Friday and Saturday were cancelled. According to Warren Nettle-son, According to Warren Nettle-son ^ ^ w u i t A i i -- i urtnur legal action uicir Home. A snort program was c h a i r m a n of the event, this tied- contcl ' | i i "fe the Miss Lullenc Lamm presented at the Baptist. Church sion was made because of lack of w '." was na! ^d by an order re-as follows: A piano solo by Sharon OHJU \ v a a J I I L I U U U^CilUSe 01 KICK 01 .«w*v^v* tjj ULI u i i i c i i c- snow and because of other events cciv ^' d by Winncshick County Clerk snow anu Dccausc ot oilier events i -' ri -" "j "inin-'suiuiv ^uuniy I^ICTK liuu^ia, i yupu UL iurs. uraoo; a taking over the weekend. There of Court George Vangsness from poem of memories written by Mrs. will be no election of r a ' r n f v n l ' mv. ^ c Supreme Court of Iowa. Crabb and read by Mrs. Chet Eb- will be no election of carnival roy ally, but a full slate of weekend * i n _ « ( l uuu a iiui aiciic ui vveeKCnO -- - ~ - - * ~.v.^-.v.,.. « ov«j UL |/iu- aclivitics remains on the calendar. ccctlin «s until March 8 when it will The lack of snow makes definite hcar an a PpUcation for a writ of cerliorari by Anne L. Haagensen and Rosalie L. McAndrews vs. the District C o u r t o f Winneshiek pl a us for outdoor sports and snow sculpture impossible, while a wrestling meet at Wartburg and the Northwestern gymnastic meet In Minneapolis, both on Saturday, will take many of the king candidates elected in the recent primary election away from the campus. Students Given Speech Ratings SWALEDALE--The following pupils received Division I ratings in the speech contest at Thornton: Jlelmcr Nielsen in the oratorical division; Horma Jean Dodge in the humorous, and Edward Haven in radio speaking. Mary Ann Meier received Division II rating in the humorous. The one-act play, "One Happy Family" presented by the sophomore class also received a Division I rating. Plan to Enter Essay Contest GARNER--A number of Hancock County 4-H members are expected to enter the essay contest sponsored by the National Grange on "Building Fertility to Cut Farm. Costs." The contest is open to any boy or girl who \yill not have reached his 21st birthday by March 31, 1954. The essay should not be more than 800 words in length and prizes will be awarded. Rites Held Tuesday for Bancroft Woman BANCROFT -- Funeral services for Mrs. Arthur J. Rengcr, 43, were held Tuesday at "St. John's Catholic Church, the Rev. J. H. Schultes officiating. She died Saturday at her home. Death followed an operation at Rochester, Minn. Besides her husband, she'leaves six children, Thomas, who returned from duty with' the Air Force in Japan; Mrs. Bob Lich- teig, of Mason, City; Helen, a student nurse at Iowa City; Walter, Joseph and Mary Lea at home; her father, Henry Fox, of Bancroft; a sister, Mrs. Helen Osmus, of Illinois, and four'' brothers, Charles' of Aigona, Albert, James and Joe of Bancroft. INFANT DIES , FERTILE -- Graveside services were held here for the infant son : of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Johnson, ; born prematurely. The Rev. Paul Peterson of Mason City officiated. Tho child died at a Mason City hospital about a month ago. LEGAL NOTICE '...:'-· CAM, FOII nms To Whom It May Concern: The Roekforel nonrtl of Kduontlon wilt recolvo bids for the purchase of two ·ctioot bu* chBKnls nml bodies, Bids will bo received by Artlln Nlcownrnor, Secretary of the Bonn! of Kilucnllon, until noon Unrch 15, 1054, Spcclflnnlfonsi nre on flic ·t the ' office of (ho Superintendent of ·chnolx, Rockford, Town, The bonrd rcucrvea Uic right to accept tr reject «ny or nil tildn. nociKPonn TIOAHD OF ISUUCATION Tlflckford. loivli ·Datcd-Feb. 17, 19M, · · SOI PLANS J)OR3\IITORY--Detailed plans foi- this 250-bed addition to Hillcrcst men's doi-nntory at the State University of Jowa, have' been 'authorized by the State Board of Education, lo cost an estimated i-5875,000, the addition, in the foreground' will be built across the south end of Hillcre.st. Iowa basketball fans will drive in front of this side as they KO up the Grand Avenue hill to the SUJ ficldhouse. Cost of the addition like all other SUI dormitories, will be paid out of dormitory earnings, and no tax fund's will be used in its construction. Appeal Made « to High Court in Lamm Will Honor Couple on 40th Anniversary SWALEDALE--Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Crabb were honored by their daughter, Mrs. Don Finn of Red Oak, at open house Sunday on Iheir 10lh wedding anniversary at --Further legal action their home. A short program was the Supreme Court of Iowa. The court ordered a stay ot pro- County. Cutting and Cutting, lawyers for Mrs. Haagenscn a n d Mrs. McAndrews, who are sisters of Miss L a m m , filed a petition, for a writ of certiorari. Sisters Bring Action The sisters are asking the Supreme Court to review the local District Court's orders in Miss Lamm's estate. They claim they have been deprived of legal rights and privileges under Iowa law. Their argument is that since they had been appointed co-administra- trices by the clerk of court Feb. 13, and the court's order that day setting their appointment aside was made without any hearing granted them and was accordingly void. At ti a. in, that same day a motion for continuance of the case was granted to Maxwell Krause through his attorneys, Miller and Pearson. Mrs. McAndrews and Mrs. Haag- enscn allege that they were not informed of this action. At 4:45 p. m. that day, a motion to set aside Ihc original administration was filed and granted/The sisters allege that this was done also without their being notified and without any opportunity for them (o be heard. Order Entered At the same-time also a petition for the appointment of Julian Moe as a special administrator was filed by Krause, and a court order appointing Moe special administrator was entered. Miss Lamm's estate while not inventoried at the present time is considered to be a substantial one. ACKLEY--Mrs. Everett Thurm of Washington, D. C.. left by plane and landed at Waterloo to be at the bedside of her father, George Hanig, 86, who is seriously ill. Ebbcrs, a pupil of Mrs. ^Crabb; a b bers; a born and reared on a farm near Leland. Mrs. Swenson is survived by her husband, three sons, Sidney, Carroll and Winton, and three daughters, Mrs. Gordon BattJeson, Mrs. Lloyd Anderson and Mrs. Lyle Washburn, all of whom live in the vicinity of Charlson, N, D. Mrs. Swenson was a sister of Mrs. "Halvor Leifson and of Henry Reierson of Forest City. a story of the lives of Charles and Ida Mae Crabb written by Mrs. Finn and read by Ross Hansen; a talk and prayer by the Rev. B. E. Nielsen; response by Mr. and Mrs. Crabb; a hymn. After the program everyone returned to the Crabb home for lunch Mrs. Richard Holt and Miss Jean Crabb, both of Mason City, nieces of the Crabbs, poured. The Crabb's .daughter and grand daughter, Julie of Red Oak; Mr Crabb's sister and brother, Mrs Stella Mitchell of Wascca, Minn, and Harry Crabb of Chapin, am Mrs. Crabb's sister, Mrs. Harvej Polsdofer of Swaledale were in attendance. There were about 100 friends, relatives and neighbors attending. The couple received many beautiful gifts and cards of congratulation. Former Leland Resident Dies LELAND--News has been received by relatives here of the death of Mrs.- Simon Swenson of Charlson, N. D., Feb. 18, at the hospital in Watford City, N. D., after a long illness. Funeral services were held at the Lutheran Church near Charlson Tuesday. Mrs. Swenson was the former cna Reierson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gullick Reierson, and was Better Cough Relief V/hcn new drugs or old fail to help your cough or chest cold don't delay. Crcomulsion contains only safe, helpful, proven ingredients and no narcotics to disturb nature's process. It goes into the bronchial system to aid nature soothe and heal raw, tender, inflnmcd bronchial membranes. Guaranteed lo please or your druggist refunds money. Crcomulsion has stood the test of many miilions of users. CREOMULSION Ceuffcf, CWrt C*Mt, Acvtt IrMKkltis Service With o Smile Clothes With Sparkle We pick up any order and deliver your clothes spanking clean, perfectly pressed a 'n d sparkling with like - new good looks. Slclten. Joice Co-Op Shows Sales of $337,000 JOICE -- The annual business meeting of the Joice Co-operative Elevator was held at the 1 Joice school auditorium with one of its largest attendances in its history. Ole Kringlaak, president of the co-operative, gave the annual report showing total gross sales of S337.3I5. He also revealed that the loan from the Omaha Bank which was obtained to rebuild the elevator after it was destroyed by fire a few years ago, had been paid off. ^Glenn Pogeler, manager of the North Iowa Co-operative Processing Association, Mason City, spoke. Martin Jensen, Pete Ostmo and Edwin Petersburg were re-elected directors. They win serve with H. I. Kaasa, Olc Kringlaak, Gilbert Twcctcn, Ed Ryan, James Kell and Ben Anderson. At an organizational meeting 'following the election, Kringlaak was re-elected president, Kaasa, vice president and Anderson, secretary-treasurer. Leonard Lura is' manager of the elevator, VerneJI Mcdlang, assistant manager and John Berry, miller. The program included speech declamations by Lois Schott and Enid Lien. Refreshments were served in charge oE the School Parent's Association. Car Crash Victim Buried at Cresco CRESCO--Funeral U.S. Air Force Photo AIRMAN HONORED -- Airman First CJass Francis J. Holzer of Floyd, was recently selected "Airman of the Month" of the U. S. Air Force 93th Periodic Maintenance Squadron of the Far East Air Forces Bomber Command's 98th Bomb Wing at Tokyo. Airman Holzer, a U. S. Air Force B-29 Superfort mechanic, was cited for the outstanding performance of his assigned duties and his high sense of duty. His parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Holzer, live on Route 2, Floyd. Former Osage Woman Dies in North Dakota OSAGE--Mrs. Morris Maudal, 67, former Osage resident, died at White Rock, N. D., Feb. 15, her 40th wedding anniversary. She had been hospitalized since Nov. 2, 1953. Her husband was unable to attend the funeral as he had been in the hospital for seven weeks fol lowing an accident in which he suf fered a back injury. Burial was in a White Rock cemetery. Born at Blanchard, Wis., as So phia Branden to Mr. and Mrs. Hal vor Branden, she came with her parents to Mitchell County as a! child, residing in Cedar Township. She lived there until ,Feb. 15, 1914, when she was married to Morris Maudal. They established a home in White Rock where they since lived. Survivors include her husband, four children, Mrs. John Morrow, Norcross, Minn.; Donald and" Curtis of White Rock, and Mrs. Larry Drahos, Suffex, Wis. There are 12 F«b. 24, 1954 . Maton Clt; ftlobe-CUteltt, Mkton Ctlj, 1*. MEETINGS In North /owo GARNER--The Rotary Club will hold its regular luncheon meeting at the Hull Cafe dining room at G:30 p.m. Monday. LELAND--Ardys Mocn will be the hostess to the LDR of, the West Prairie Lutheran parish at her home Saturday afternoon. GARNER--The Recital and Progressive clubs will hold regular meetings Monday evening. grandchildren, a brother, Chris Branden, and sister, Mrs. Olga Christiansen, both of Osage. CORWITH--Mrs. Leo Frankl of Algona spent a few days with her members of the V. F. \v. and the American Legion of Lansing. Mr. Terry is survived by his wife! and two sons, Richard of Michigan,' and Bill, who is in the Armed| Forces stationed in England, a n d j two brothers, Herbert, Spillville,! and Deane of California. parents, niggle. Mr. and Mrs. George Butler Shares in School Aid ALLISON--State aid transportation checks have been received in the office of the Butler county superintendent, for distribution to the schools. The total fund available for this aid was $3,000,000 and claims totaled §3,877,709.33. Hence the funds were pro-rated and payments made at the rate ot /7.3C5 on each dollar of claim. PLAN TALENT CONTEST CARPENTER--Community Club will meet in the Meltonville Hall Wednesday evening, March 3, for an amateur talent contest. Prizes will be given and anyone may enter. Lunch will be served at the close of the program. Myron Hanson is in charge of the talent contest. LAST R I T E S H E L D GREENE -- W o r d has been received here of the death of. Janice, services forjseven-months-old daughter of Lt. - . ,,.,,, *"* , o»-* i^Li-fiiuiiviia-uiu UdUIHcl OI ij\. Lawrence Terry. 56, formerly of and Mrs. James E. Heckman of l*-r-f\e* nn .-...»...·. 1...1J _ ! . ? _ . * ·* ~ . - _ _ _ · · » -- · * , w* Cresco, were held at Lansing. Mr. Terry was fatally injured in an automobile collision near Roswell, N. M., Friday. Mrs. Terry was critically injured and has been confined to a hospital at Roswell. purchased His wife was the former Marjorie N a u m a n farm one mile south Goocher " ~ town. The place has been op- Mr. Terry served in World War I, and the funeral was attended by Chicofee Falls, Mass., who died at the Walter Reed Hospital at Washington, D.C., Feb. 19. Burial was at Chariton. Lt. Heckman was a resident of Greene, son of Mr. and Mrs. Merle Heckman. 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