The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on January 20, 1937 · Page 3
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January 20, 1937

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 3

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PETERSBURG OF JOICE IS DEAD Succumbs in Missouri; Kvaslemej Rites to Be Friday. JOICE--.{ohn Petersburg, 78 local farmer, died Tuesday morning in the Still Hildreth sanitarium, Makron, Mo. He is survived by his widow, five sons, Alfred Roy, Edwin, Elmer and Jack; anc two daughters, Mrs. Ed Brunsvolc and Mrs. Bonnie Anderson; and 2 grandchildren. Funeral arrange ments have not been made. Buria will take place at Beaver Creek. Funeral services will be hel Friday at 2 o'clock at Bethany fo T. O. Kvaslerud who died last Fr day, Mr. Kvaslerud was born i · Norway in 1848. He is survived b his wife, who is 79, and is in poo health. Mr. and Mrs. Kyasleru have made their home with the . daughter ' and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Thompson, the past . years. He leaves another daughter, Mrs. Tom Rusley, and six grandchildren living. Burial will take place at Concordia, the Rev. L. F. Scheie offi- . ciating. Old Age Pension Comes Due MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, JANUARY 20 of her mother she stayed at home De Kalb county, III., in I860. She until her marriage to John P. Al came to Rudd in December, 1880 il\ie i" i\uu-*.» *·* ij_^«.... -- ---i · here she lived until the autumn oE Meyer Farmer's Arm Cruslied in Accident STACYVILLE --John Freund, ·farmer, near Meyer, suffered a crushed arm Monday night while unloading oats. The truck slid on the ice, pinning his arm against · the granary- An x-ray will determine the possibility of saving the arm. LASS OPENS FOR FARM BOYS 2 Out of School Youlhs Are Enrolled in Osage Course. O S A G E--Thirty-two oul-of- chool farm boys have enrolled in he part time school course being ffered by the high school agricul- ure department lor the second ear. Classes began Monday and vill be held lour atlernoons a veek, from 2 o'clock until 3:30 for ix weeks. Any out-o£-school farm boy between the ages o£ IB and 30 may take the course. An advisory committee, composed of Arthur Lesch Glenn Mavkham, Clair Byrnes, Grant Gerhart and Robert Kleckner, is working with Wendell Westcott, agriculture instructor, in planning the course. Soil conservation, dairy cattle feeding and management and getting a start in farming are three subjects to be discussed. Occasional trips will be taken to creameries, milk plants and dairy farms. The recreational program will include basketball practice twice a week and a party at the end oE the'course. COAL HOD SERMON AT CORWITH FINDS "WARM" RESPONSE CORWITH -- T h e congregation of the First Methodist church smiled when the pastor, the Rev Karl W- G- Hiller, announcec Coal Hod Sunday a week ago nn that the theme of. the service ivould be "coal." The smile broadened when at Ihe services Sunday the pastor solemnly and in a manner befitting the dignity of worship, produced two specially made coal hods and dedicated them to the special, task of keeping .the church coal bins supplied with fuel. The members were taught a lesson in symbolism and exhorted to remember that it at any time the coal liods ap pearcd instead of ihe usual offering baskets, it was their duty to respond in kind to the gentle reminder that the supply was running low. The reception and response by the congregation was most hearlj and generous and by the time th ushers returned the hods wer overflowing and the pastor wa rewarded with unusual nttentio while he discoursed upon the use of coal from the .times of antiquity to the present, using Isaiah 54, 1G as a text. 1883, when she moved to Alexander, S. Dak. She returned to Rudd in 1889 and resided here .til 1894. Because ot the death lived ... Plymouth one year and then moved to Mason City, where they lived until 1!04, returning to Rudd which has since been her THREE -- ·'· ---home. Sipce the death of her hus- -- ' 1932, she lived band in March, alone. The island of Guam reported 67 carlh tremors in 24 hours. They are not counting them In Spain.-Portland Evening- Express. Townwide DOLLAR DAYS Value Sensation! THREE DAYS ONLY! ,, with the Kovermr-ent. He. became 65 years old Jan. 4 «' s TM a ^ s J" 1-iri 2 the only day in which he participated, because Jan. i -was a hiuday and IanV » was Sunday, caused h i m ' t o nay 5.cents or 1 per cenUo the government Under the plan hew,11 «««« SW per cent ot his total waccs. or 11 cents. Jlr. Lee said I think 1 u ous a, farm." (Iowa Dally Press Photo) Des Moines Pastor to Move to S SEATTLE, Wash., (IP) -- Appointment of Dr. James Brett Kenna as pastor oC the University Methodist church here was announced Monday night by church officers. Dr Kenna, who has been pastor of. the First Methodist church at Des Moines since 1928, will come here late in February. berg. Three junior high school girls danced an Irish fling accompanied by Mrs. McGeeney. The program closed with a solo by Arthur Sullivan sung by Marilyn Mclcher. Charles City Briefs Charles City News I Father of 11 Found Guilty of Rum Count CHARLES CITY--A one day trial in district court Tuesday resulted in the conviction o£ William Noss, Rockford \VPA worker, of maintaining a liquor nuisance. The case began at 10 in the forenoon and the jury of six women ' and six men returned a verdict at '3 o'clock in the afternoon. A sale : of alcohol was claimed by the state and a raid by local and federal officers discovered empty bottles and alleged alcohol tins. Mr. Noss and his wife stated that these were brought into the home from a nearby city dumping around by some-of their 11 children. Noss will receive sentence later in the term. The jury will be be called together Wednesday morning to consider the case of.Sinwell vs. C M. St. P. H. R. Co., a claim by plaintiff for several horses strayed on the right of way because of an allegedly defective cattle guard and were killed by a Milwaukee passenger train. Charles City Farm Service Gains Shown CHARLES CITY--The annual meeting of the F a TM ' S e r v i c e stockholders-was attended by 300 persons in the Ellis auditorium. A. F Burnham, manager, gave his report during the business session which followed the luncheon. Sales last year totaled $102,822.88, an increase over last year. Cash naid to stockholders lor 1936 amounted to $2,247.65. The company paid $20,265.11 for taxes, total profits for 1936 were S3 263 03 Three directors were elected: Otto G. Brandau Rudri: Jay Hillman, Rockford and D. W. Mather, Greene. 2 Added to Salsbury Laboratories Staff CHARLES CITY--Two doctors have been added to the Dr. Salsbury's Laboratories staff and have moved their families to Charles City. Dr. J. H. Copenhaver, a graduate veterinarian, was at one time connected with the U. S. department of agriculture and for the past 20 years has been closely connected with the commercial manufacture of biological products. In his new position he will be active in the educational and production department. Dr A. W. Walde who received his doctor's degree in chemistry at Iowa Stale university, came here from the Texas Agricultural Experiment station. He will be employed in the chemical control and research division of Dr. Salsbury's Laboratories. Irish Music Studied by Club Department CHARLES CITY -- Mrs. John McGeeney had charge of the program on Irish composers at the meeting of the music department of the Women's club Tuesday afternoon in the First Methodist church. She described the characteristics of the music of Ireland and briefly mentioned some ot the prominent composers and their works. Mrs. J. P. Henry, played the "Londonderry Air with variations and Mrs. M. G. Smith sang two modern songs accompanied by Mrs. Ernest. Haus- CHARLES CITY--Clyde Gifford has purchased the Yellow Cab business from E. G. Guthai and has his office in the basemen underneath the C. G. Gray coal of ficc in the Lindamnn buildin diagonally across from the postof fice. 1 Mrs Blair Gildca left Tuesda for Kansas City, Mo., to join M Gildea who has been put in charg o( the branch office opened b the Dr. Salsbury's Laboratorie $105 an Acre Paid ' Mrs. Alward, Rudd, for Rockwell Farm Has 77th Birthday | Mrs. Gildca was formerly Verona Jaggs who taught in the schools lere. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Ttobson vill leave this week for New Jer ey where Mr. Hobson will be em ployed in the Jersey City brand oE the Dr. Salsbury's Laboratories Wr. Robson is chief accountant he main office here. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Ball ar the parents of a daughter born i I lie Cedar Valley hospital .Tuesday. Mrs. Ball was formerly Berniece Hargreavcs, Algona. Verne Toll of Clarksville is under observation in the Cedar Valley hospital for a possible skull fracture. He was struck by a crane in the Oliver plant. Mrs. J. H. Peterson is a patient in the Cedar Valley hospital. Mrs. Carl Rasmussen of Riceville has been in the' hospital. ROCKWELL -- N. F. TTirgard old his 80 acre farm, 2 miles vest of Rockwell, which he purchased during the past year from J. p. Conrin, to Elmer Smith of Owen township, for $105 an acre, and has bought what is known as the Lakin and Gault half section in Bath township, located 2 miles northeast of Rockwell, the purchase price being about $75 an acre The latter farm will be tenanted the ensuing year by C. C. Parks who for some time has lived on the O'Connor farm south of Cartcrsville. T{UDD--Mrs. Helen Messmore Alward celebrated her seventy- seventh birthday anniversary Sunday. She was born in Fail-dale, 2 Foxes Shot in Hunt Held Near Whitlemore WH1TTEMORE--About (52 per- I sons attended the fox hunt sponsored by the Sportsmen's club Sunday afternoon. Walter Vaudt and Mr. Rochleau, both of Whit- temorc. succeeded in getting one fox apiece. They were shot near ,the Frank Dogntch farm. 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