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February 6, 1936

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 7

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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, FEBRUARY 6 ·§ 193(5 SEVEN 506JSCHOOLS ENTERED IN MUSIC COMPETITION IN IOWA 20 SUBDISTRICT MEETS PLANNED Mason City Is Among Sites Selected for District Contests. IOWA CITY--Competition which they hope will lead to the state music festival at the University of Iowa will be started next month among pupils of 506 high schools. From more than 20 subdistrict contests will emerge the "superiors" in each event to move forward to the six district affairs. Six District Meets. The district contests will occur on the week-ends of March 26, 27 and 28 and April 2, 3 and 4, University of Iowa officials have been Informed. Sites are Le Mars, Mason City. West Waterloo. Burlington, Centerville and Crcston. About 5,700 boys and girla competed in the 1935 festival 'at the university, thereby creating a record. However, it is likely that there will be fewer contestants at the festival of April 30. May 1 and 2 because of a change in the qualifying rules. "Superiors" Only Qualify. Only the winners o£ "superior" rating will be eligible for the festival this year. In the past, highly rated "excellent" winners in events in which there was no "superior" were certified to the festival, but this custom now has been abolished. It is estimated that nearly 35,000 musicians have participated in the ten previous festivals at the university. By a vote of members last week, a move to make possible the allocation of the festival at any one of the three state educational institutions was defeated. CAFE WINDOW iS BROKEN BY GAR Empty Freight Car Derailed by Snow and Bumps Into Hampton Building. HAMPTON--The west show window of the Head Cafe on Fourth street was smashed Wednesday afternoon when an empty freight cat- was derailed by the snow on a sid- . .Jg and bumped into the building. The engineer was unable to see the car clearly, the last of a string he picked up here, because of snow thrown by the train and it .was dragged i block before it jumped back on the rails. The car struck the side oj the cafe building, which is close to the siding, several times and also struck an electric light pole but was not damaged. Returns From Oak Park. GORDONSVILLE--Mrs. EM Flatt returned from Oak Park, 111., after making an extended stay among relatives. :-: H E R E AND T H E R E : - : Miscellaneous Items From 125 Globe-Gazette Correspondents in North Iowa and Minnesota Will Have Further Treatment. FLOYD--Fred Clemens, former councilman, is so far recovered from his recent operation that he was able to be down town. He expects to enter the hospital soon for further treatment. 90 Present at Party. CLARKSVILLB -- Despite the storm 90 attended the American Legion auxiliary benefit bridge and 500 party at the I. O. O. F. hall Monday night. Recovering From Operation. FLOYD--Paul Ramsay, 3'j, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Ramsay, is recovering from a major operation in the Cedar Valley hospital in Charles City. Ts Slowly Recovering. FLOYD--John Rademachcr, who has been seriously ill from a blood clot, is slowly recovering-. Leave on Visit. ROCKFORD--Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Dunkelberg will leave Wednesday for a 10 days' visit in the home of the former's brother, Capt. Wilber Dunkelberg at Fort Benning, Ga. They will be accompanied on the trip by Mr. and Mrs. David Mitchell o£ Lincoln, 111. Mrs. Mitchell is a sister of Captain Dunkelberg. Visitor From Faulkner. HANSELL--Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Haller of Waterloo and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Tucker of Faulkner spent the week-end at the home of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Chapman. Daughter Is Born. CLARKSVILLE--A 7'4 pound daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dewey at the home of her mother, Mrs. Lena Spier, Tuesday morning. Visitors From Norcross. ROCKFORD--Mr. and Mrs. Bob Felix of Norcross, Minn., are guests of the former's brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Felix. At Kites in Galena. HANSELL--Henry Becker received word of the death ot his father, Christian Becker of Galena, 111. His two sons, Henry Becker and William Becker and two grandsons, Frank and Wilbur, left for Galena to attend the funeral. Home From Rochester. ST. ANSGAR--Rudolph Helfritz, who has been at Rochester taking treatments for the past three weeks, returned home. Threatened With Pneumonia. OSAGE -- Benedict Eofmeister, 27, local salesman for John Deere company, who was serously hurt Monday noon when the car which he was driving crashed into the car driven by -Arthur Greenwood of Minneapolis, Minn., salesman for Wear-Ever Aluminum in this territory, was reported resting comfortably at the Nissen hospital here. Mr. Hofmeister has a brain concussion and his chest is badly hurt so he is threatened with pneumonia. In Governor Race George K. Call of Sioux City is candidate for republican nomi.ia- tion for governor. He is son of the late George C. Call and succeeded his father as head- ot tlic Call Bond and Mortgage company. He is a member ot the bar, a native of Alg-ona, 37 years old. The late George Cull lived for many years at Aigona. Do This to Ease Sore Throat Instantly Relieve Soreness in Three Minutes This Easy Way The moment you feel a throat irritation, crush and stir 3 BAYER ASPIRIN Tablets in ^ glass of water. Gargle twice. Do not rinse mouth. 2 If you hove a cold, lake 2 BAYER · ASPIRIN Tablets and drink a full glass of water. Repeat, if necessary, according to directions in package. If you waul the most astonishing and quickest relief from sore throat, you have ever experienced, just do this: (ii.-li nn! di.vwlvp Uirec Bayer Aspirin T:ililrls ill H glass of water fcr usr, :is a .yarijli'. G;iralr your Hi real liifin: «'ilh this mcduMlcd m i N l u i T . holding Ihc head well hark I" allow its going dcop in In Hie Ihnnil. Thill's all! Relief will come almost iiislanlly. 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They dissolve fast and work fast. NOW REDUCED TO Suffers Broken Bone. GRAFTON--Mrs. J. W. Trettin fell and broke a bone in her ankle. See SU't Contest. JOICE--Joseph and John Bakken, Bcnnie and Julias Rusley and Loyd Huso left Saturday for Redwing, Minn., where they attended a skiing contest on.Sunday. rrrscnl at Tournament. KIESTER, Minn.--Those who attended the national ski tournament at Red Wing, Minn., were Leroy Johnson, Stacy Peterson, Arthur Larson, Robert Gricse and Ralph Obermcyer. Consolidated School Closes. ORCHARD--The.Orchard consolidated school closed on Tuesday on account of road conditions. Return From South. ARMSTRONG--Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Treat and daughter, Shirley Lee, returned to their home here after a 9 weeks' trip through the southern states. Leave for Chicago. BURT--Will N. Graham, who had spent a month here at the homes of his brother, J. H. and George Graham, left for Chicago. His home is at Boone, Mich. Mrs. C. W. Patterson has bone to Chciago to visit her son, Wendell, who has a position there. Born at Calmar. CALMAR--Mr. and Mrs. Robert Eppens are the parent of an 8 pound boy born to them Wednesday night. Mr. and Mr.?. Louis Fr'ana are the parents of a 9 pound boy. Take -Nurses' Training. GAFTON--Misses Berniece Rap- path and Dorothy Ueker went to Rochester, Minn., Monday. They will taks nurses' training at St. Mary's hospital. Mission Group Meets. DOWS--The Methodist Missionary society met Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. E. C. Burrows. Mrs. A. G. Beck and Mrs. Russell DeLona ware assistant hostesses. Mrs. A. M. Butler led the devotions. Win Prizes at Cards. CRYSTAL LAKE--The teachers bridge club met. Tuesday night at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rose with Berniece Tanner as hostess. High score prize for women went to Miss Josine Martin and high for the men to Buster Rose. Low score prize went to Richard Rose. A bridge party was also held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. James Slattenow Tuesday night. High score prize went to Mildred Tani- 1U11 and low to Cliff Stewart. Ill at Mason City. KIESTER, Minn.---George Kapplinger, Jr., Eldo and Ted Kapplinger were called to Mason City to see their mother, Mrs. George Kapplin- gen, Sr., who is very ill at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Jack Underwood. missionary to SpeaU. BURT--The Rev. H. J. Strickler, who has been a missionary in India 17 years, will speak in the Presbyterian church here Thursday evening. Miv'f* .it Bjnnrrutl Home. CALMAR--The Legion auxiliary met. Tuesday evening at the home of Miss Mabl? Bjoncrud, the host- es5cs being Miss Ejoncrud, Mis. Robert, Bjonerud and Mrs. Ted Hillesland.' In Critical Condition. KIESTER, Minn.--Tom Heddum suffered a hemorrhage and is in a very critical condition. S50 From Game. ARMSTRONG -- Approximately $50 was made at the benefit basketball game to raise money for uniforms for the school band here. Three Helping Carrier. BRISTOW--The rural letter carrier is employing three helpers and then cannot reach many of his boxes. They walk from 10 to 12 miles a day. Two trains on the C. G. W. u-ci'c snowbound licrf. ViMlor From Buffalo. GRAKTON-Jlrs. Elizabeth Kas- mussen of B u f f a l o . N. Dak., r n m r lo si-e hrr falbrr, F i n n k Gottchalk, who is seriously ill. Visitor From Minneapolis. ST. ANSGAR--Miss Lois Bernstein, who has been taking a beauty culture course at Minneapolis, came Sunday for a couple weeks' visit with her uncle and aunt, John Bernstein, and Mrs. Elsie Nelson and other relatives and friends. Arrive in Long Beach. HAYFIELD--Supt. and Mrs. L. 3. Craft received word from her parents and brother, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Zieman and Leland of Thornton, that .they have arrived in Long Beach, Cal. Mrs. Oldson Hostess. ROCKFORD--Mrs. J. P. Oldscn was hostess to the annual B. I. L. party of Chapter E. D., P. E. O., at her home Tuesday evening. A dinner was served by the social committee and the evening was spent initiating the new B. I. L. members. Party Is Postponed. FLOYD--Due to blocked roads, the third R. N. A. parly of the winter season to have been held this Wednesday evening, has been indefinitely postponed. Will Be Married Sunday. ALLISON--Mrs. Francis Lubben and Mrs. Floyd DeBower were hostesses at a miscellaneous shower held Saturday night at the DeBower home in honor of Miss Alma Constein whose marriage to Henry Jacobs will take place Sunday at 5 o'clock at the Vilmar Lutheran church north of Allison. Will Be Married Soon. ST. ANSGAR--Mrs. R. C. Mueller gave a miscellaneous shower for Miss Elsie Shallock. Miss Shallock will be married soon to Leonard Warrinston. Mrs. Schmidt Hostess. NORA SPRINGS--The Crescent club met at the home of Mrs. Fred Schmidt. Mrs. James Cutler spoke on "Southern California at Work" and Mrs. Mildred Drake gave a history of the movie industry. Go (n Red Wing. ST. ANSGAR--Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Rosel. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Eg- gleslon, Mr. and Mrs. K. K. Allen and several others went to Red Wing, Minn., Sunday to attend the national ski jump. Young Will Preach. NORA SPRINGS--The Rev. J. Arthur Young, district superintendent of the Waterloo district, will preach the morning sermon at the Methodist church. At 2:30 in the afternoon he will hold a religious education meeting in the interest of .the Sunday school. Former Resident Buried. GREENE--Funeral services for John Bickenesel of Sinton, Texas, whose body was brought to Greene Monday noon, were conducted at the home of his sister, Mrs. J. N. Neal, by th e local Odd Fellows lodge members, the Rev. C. E. Schrock preaching the sermon. Mr. Bicknesel was a former resident of Greene. Talsen to Hospital. DOWS--O. J. Iseminger, a farmer living a.taout three miles south of Dows. was taken Tuesday to the Lutheran hospital at Hampton anrl operated on for appendicitis that afternoon. The snow plow had to open the road that he might be taken. Goes to Plcasanton. GARNER--Mrs. H. P. Strandberg has gone to Pleasanton, Kans., to spend six weeks with her daughter, Mrs. Alice Mitchell. Visitor From Hayfieia. KIESTER, Minn.--Marriam Peterson, teacher at Hayfield, Minn., visited her parents, The Swan E. Petersons. Injured in Fall. JOICE--Clarine Aamodt, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Aamodt, local farmers, is recovering from a broken blood vessel in her leg which she injured in a fall. She has been in a. serious condition. Taken (H Fort Dodge. LUVERNE-- Mrs. Jesse Sloddard fell on the icy street in front of her home and fractured her hip. She was taken to the Mercy hospital at Fort Dodge. SEEKS FULL S25 OF AGE PENSION New Hampton Woman Sues for Amount Since She First Filed Application. NEW HAMPTON--In a suit filed here Wednesday, Miss Catherine Nolan, New Hampton, asked that the state commission be ordered by the court to pay her 525 a month since November. 1934, when she filed her original application. She received her first pension check on Jan. 15, 1936, in the amount of $15. In her petition, which was filed by her brother-in-law. R. H. Smith, New Hampton, who operates an optical company nt Charles City, the plaintiff claims she is destitute and has no income or properly of any kind and has been living on charity and the bounty of others who are not obliged to care for her. She claims that she has been notified that she will receive $15 a month for two years. The original application was approved by the Chickasaw county old age assistance commission on Dec. 28, 1934 with the following- notation "A worthy case and should Vie given attention at once." A representative of the old age assistance commission said that if forced to pay the full $25 to each applicant, half of those receiving assistance would have to be dropped from its list. I Ate What! Liked... Fat If. was eo easy--I did not go on a diet. I took no exercise. I did not weaken my body with drastic purgatives. Yet fat slipped away. Each day I felt myself growing lighter, more slender. Now my figure is lovely, graceful. And I never felt better in my life. That, in brief, is what thousands who have reduced the Mannola way might well tell you. Four times a day they take a little tablet containing the right quantity of aworld-famous corrective for abnormal obesity.--A corrective prescribed by physicians everywhere and acknowledged to be the most effective known. Since 1907, more than 20 million packages of Marmola have been purchased. Could any better recommendation be had? Today--buy a package of Marmola, and start at once. Soon you will | experiencejlarrnola'sbenefits.Whcn \ you have gone far enough, stop Uiki ing Mannola. And you will bless the j dayyou first discovered this marvcl- [ ous reducing a g e n t ! I Marmola i,= on sale by dealers i cvervwhere--irom coast to coast. Know Your State A Fact a Day About loway! ncsday. Fifty-eight orders were 'illed from the load. AH coal haulers used teams hitched to sleds to make deliveries Wednesday. The Individual income tax collections increased from $1,801,659 to ?2,- 7-7 5,098 last year in Iowa. Clarence Sperrmg, 57, Succumbs at Thompson THOMPSON--Clarence Sperring, 57. died at his home here Tuesday after an illness of 10 days, Mr. Sperring leaves a wife and four children, Mrs. Bernard ThelpS o£ Ti- tnnka; Mrs. Norine Halverson, Mrs. Carol Fisher and Clara, all of Thompson. POSTPONE CORN SHOW 3RD TIME Garner President's Ball Is Also Postponed Because of Weather. GARNER--The Hancock county corn and grain show has been postponed for the third lime due to severe weather conditions and blocked roads. The date is now set to Feb. 27 and 28. The president's birthday ball has again been postponed until March according to Carl O. Roe, chairman for the committee. Neighboring Towns Sell Coal to Crystal Lake CRYSTAL LAKE---The local school, closed Monday by the snow storm, is closed until bus routes arc opened up. A basketball game here with Corwith planned Tuesday night and the home declamatory contest was postponed. The star route came in only once Tuesday and was unable to reach Woden from here. The town is without coal. Considerable has been purchased from neighboring towns. Coal is due here Friday providing the train runs. Garitpr schools were to re-open Thursday alter being closed Tuesday and Wednesday because of intense cold and blocked roads. Garner Coal Dealers All Out of Products GARNER--The three coal dealers ( h e r e are entirely out of coal. One. i carload was gone before noon Wed- Iowa's Largest, Finest Hotel Every refinement at modern living . . . 400 luxurious rooms . . . three lamout restaurand, including the Tropical Room, Dei Moinei' weekend c/ancmg rendezvous A Tangney- McGinn Hotel Home of the Famous Tropical Koom--Dining Room--Dancing For Valentine'* Day! NewYork-Strawberry Ice Cream QUART BRICK Paring Knife with each 2Sc Tube of Phillips'Tooth Paste Both i «y c for At Check the A-B-C of SAVINGS Friday «nd Saturday at 103 N. 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