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Mason City, Iowa
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Monday, September 30, 1935
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EN MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, SEPTEMBER 30 ·· 1935 PPER IOWA M. E. CONFERENCE APPOINTMENTS ANNOUNC 10 CHANGE MADE AT MASON CITY er North Iowa Pastoral Assignments Made at Convention. ' CEDAR RAPIDS. Sept. 30. ( ^Following are the appointments ,, made by the upper conference of the Methodist church. Supply pastors - are noted by parenthesis. T Waterloo district, .J. A. Young;, - Cedar Falls, superintendent. ; Cedar Falls, E. A. Baker; Chapin, ...(A.. R. Grant); Charles City, First, - Jf. M. Walters; Central, W. F. Bcll- "Jng; St. Charles, T. J, Staijfer; ^Clarksville Federated (R. B. Fish- 4«r); Durnont, F. P. Shaffer; Dun- ^.kerton-Dewar, R. H. Suppllee; EI- £ iha-Deerf ield (R. Naynard Bell); jvFJoyd, G. W. McGonkey; Fredcr- -Ickiburg-WilHamstown, D. H. Art- man; .Frederika-Republlc, A. W. - Gable; Geneva-Bradford, F. V. Get- ty; Greene-Marble Rock, J. E. DeLong; Hampton. W. C. Cleworth. Unchanged in Ma*on City. , Hansell-Aredale, A. D. Holtry; ; Janesville-East Janesvllle, S. J. '. Baldwin; Jesup-LHtletoi*, R. B. -Sires; Little Cedar circuit (H. M. Tiffany); Mason City: First, C. E. ;Flynn; Olivet, William Galbreth; . Zion (G. H. Kohler); Mount Hope (F. -P. Fisher); Nashua-PIainfield, R. E. ;Hodg;kJn; New Hampton, Robert Daves; Nora Springs, G. IX Gaide; - Nprthwood, William Crosslcy; Cfcage, F. A. Court; Plainfield, .George E. Murrey, probational; Plymouth-Rock Fal'fci, T. C. Collls- ter; Riceville-Mclntyrc, F. M. Garrett; Rockford-Floyd Creek, C. G. Fort; Rudd, H. F. Mercer; St. Ansgar, Henry Allshousc; Sheffield- Rockwell, . O. Hillman; Shell Rock, .W. M. Zimmerman; Waterloo: First, W. W. Bowers; Grace, G. J. Chalice; Linden-Raymond, J. S. Lllley; St. NOW IS THE . Km* to have u* quota you prices on installation of automatic heat for your home. FIRESIDE FUEL CO. PHONE 888 Demoss, 89, Dies at Riceville; S e r v i c e s Are Held in Residence RICEVILLE, Sept. 30.--Funeral services for Samuel Demoss, 89, were held at the home Saturday afternoon. Burial was in Riverside cemetery. He died Thursday. A minister from Nevada conducted the service. Pauls, H. E. Mayo; Waverly, L. A. Gustafson. The Dubuque district, H. C. Travis, Oelwein, superintendent, included Burr Oak-Calmar-Ossian, A. C. Prust; Chester, C. W. Harop; Cresco-Kenclallvllle, W. H. Mitchell; Decorah, Oswald Sandbach; Fayette, J. D. Clinton; Lime Springs- Bonair, Richard Preacott; McGregor-Marquette, S. F. Kenderdino; Oelwein, F. C. Wltzlgman; Randa- lia-Maynarrf, Lester E. Sarchett, probational; Ridgeway, Herman Nedtwig; Sumner-Westgate, J. E. Pritchard; Waucoma-Fort Atkinson, G. W. McMichael; Waukon- Dorcheater, H. W. Singer; West Union, T. M. Nielson. Other Superintendents Named. A. W. Hcnke of Cedar Rapids was named superintendent of the Cedar Rapids district. A. E. Coe was named to Ackley In this district. W. G. Rowley of Mount Vcr- non was named Davenport district superintendent. Special appointments included B. A. Davis as superintendent Clear Lake Methodist camp, Clear Lake. Northwest Iowa M. E. Boards Will Gather MJLFORD, Sept. 30. /P)--The Rev. W. C. Stairffer of Milford has called a meeting of all members of official boards of the 50 Methodise Episcopal churches In the Northwest Iowa conference, to be held at Prlmghar Oct. 28. From 300 to 500 persons are expected to attend the session, which will constitute a school of training for lay members. Rites for Ed Jordon Conducted at Bailey CRESCO, Sept. 30.--Ed Jordon, 71, died at Mercy hospital, Cresco, Friday. Funeral and burial services were held at Bailey, Mitchell county, Monday. A 9 year old boy was caught and killed by a tortoise while swimming recently in the Jumna river near Agra, India. T H E R E :-: Miscellaneous Items From 125 Globe-Gazette Correspondents in North Iowa and Minnesota Are Parents of Girl. CHAPIN--Mr. and Mrs. Donald Bender are parents of a baby girl born to them at the hospital at Hampton Friday morning. This is the first girl for the Bender family. They have two boys. Daughter Is Born. ROCK FALLS--A baby girl, weighing 7 pounds, 8 ounces, was born to Mr. and Mrs. Everett White. This is the fourth child and the third girl. Visitor* From New York. LATIMEH--The Rev. and Mrs John Dirksen and son of New York were recent visitors in the Enr Dirksen home. Attend Conference. LIME SPRINGS--Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Cray motored to Cedar Rapids to attend the annual conference of the Methodist church held in St. Paul's church. Return From Visit GARNER--Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Nelson returned from a visit at Bemidji Lake, Minn., where they visited their son, Elmer, and family, bringing enough fish he caught to give to neighbors. Surprised on Birthday. KANAWHA--Twenty-five friends and relatives called on Mrs. W. H. Darrah Friday evening and surprised her on her birthday. They brought diipper to serve nfter which the men played cards and the women visited. Visitor From UVst. BRADF'ORD -- Mrs. .lack Manning, from the state of Washington is visiting her brother, Fred St. George. Aided hy Friends. RTCEVILLE -- Friends o f t h e Waller Miller family arc providing bedding and other household needs. The Lutheran Ladies' Aid gave a shower Sunday. The Millers lost their home by fire recently and a child suffered some burns at the time. Return From Minnesota. GRAFTON--Mr. and Mrs. Rlnold Nack have been spending several days with relatives here since their return from a trip through various points In Minnesota. They were accompanied on this t r i p by Frank Nack and Mrs. Ida Cole. Former Ke.sirtont.s Visitors. LIME SPRINGS--Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Thomas of Grinnel! were week-end visitors at the W. R. Williams home. They are former residents of Lime Springs. OF 6 ONLY 90* Phone your order for a supply today See any company employe Y OU benefit yourself as well as y o u r friend or neighbor, who is employed by this company, ' by buying 1 lamps now. You benefit yourself by insuring against the inconvenience that goes with an i n a d e q u a t e supply of reserve lamps. You b e n e f i t your friend by helping him to win the lamp contest con- ducted by this company. D u r i n R t h e limited period of this contest you may pay for t h e A ,^mt\- lamps with y o u r next light bill. In carton q u a n t i t i e s they will be delivered to y o u r home free. Check over your lights no\r. See w h a t lamps you need. T h o u give your friend your order or phone it to any company office. These New Low Price* Now Prevail: Carton of 6 1000-hour M a z d . Ump», 60 and under, 90c Carton of 6 75O-hour Mazda Lamp., 75 and 100 w a t t . . . $ 1 . 2 0 Free Delivery to^your door in carton quantities Blackened lamps cost more--give le»i. Phone your order. Pay with your next Light Bill. Ke«p an emergency ·upply on hand. Better Light . . . . . . . . Better Sight from Know Your State A Foc o Day About loway! The number of moving picture exhibitions given the past year is an Increase of approximately '2,000 over thn previous year by the'Iowa Stale college extension service. ^Daughter In Born. LA TIMER--Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Muhlenbrucker are parents oC a baby girl. Move at Rlcfville. RTCEVILLE -- The Mrs. Ival Harding family is moving to the f l a t over the Gooder bakery. Mra. J u n t o s Lockie, whose residence the Harclinga have been renting, is ret u r n i n g from'Dakota, where she has been for the last several months, and will occupy the house. Visit In les Moines. OREENE--Mrs. Pcari Lilts: left Friday night for DCS Moines to join other relatives. They will visit in DCS Moines and vicinity. Admitted to Ministry. KANAWHA -- The Rev. D. H. Plesacher and Daniel Abbaa were delegates to the classes held by the Christian Reformed churches at Ackley, Tuesday and Wednesday, at which Bernard Vlsscher was examined and admitted to the ministry. He will have a charge at Ackley. Visitors From Whenlon. SEXTON--Mr. and Mrs. Will McDonald of Wheaton, 111., spent this week with the Harvey Stevens family. Mr. McDonald is a cousin of Mr. and Mrs. Steven. Visitors From Vint on. THOMPSON--Mr. and Mrs. G. .7. McKeller of Vlnton visited their daughter and family, E. A. Curley, here Friday. The McKellers operated a produce station here more than 20 years ago. Mr. McKeller is stitl engaged In that line at Vinton. Honored at Shower. VENTURA--Sixty guests attended a purse shower held for Mrs. Clayton Law at the E. J. HocUm home Friday evening. Envelopes containing ?36 were presented to Mrs. Law. Reception filven Teachers. GRAFTON--A community gathering was held Friday night at the local school for meeting the new staff of teachers. A short program was presented by the faculty and high school sextet. 'Birthday '" Celebrated. ROCK FALLS--Mr. and Mrs. M M. Peterson entertained at a bridge party Saturday evening in honor 01 Mrs. Peterson's sister, Mrs. M. L Calvert. of Cedar Falls, the occasion being Mrs. Calvert's birthday Manager of Store at Greene Overcome by Smoke; Store Damageo GREENE, Sept. 30.--Fire of unknown origin damaged the basement of the local Gamble store at midnight Saturday. Jean Montgomery, city marshal, discovered the fire because of smoke Issuing from the building. When Boh Oelrud, one of Inn managers, openeii the door he was overcome with smoke but was soon revived. There \vns no damage except smoke above the basement. Red Cross Committees Are Named at Garner G A R N ' K R , Sept. ,10. -- A . R. Corning, a representative, of the St. i Louis o f f i c e of the national Reel Cross organization, met here with t h e local c h a p t e r of the east side i of Hnncock county when now committees were appointed. They a r e : ' Roll rail, Mrs. C'he.t Stille, 'chairman; home and f a r m accident prevention, Mrs. W. S. Pritchard, chairman, with Mrs. E. J. Stcil and Mrs. \V. G. Williams assisting; disaster preparedness, C. S. Broms, chairman; modicnl. Dr. C. V. H a m i l t o n ; food and clotluns, C. H. Schiasel; housing. Art Wilte; finance. Herbert Ollenbeig. Mrs. Ted Tiorney is president of the local chapter. Honored at Shower. L E D Y A R D-- A miscellaneous shower was held at the Lutheran hall at Swea City in honor of Miss Arlene Drew of Ledyard. Hostesses were Mrs. H. KuUnder, Mrs. C. O. Peterson, Mrs. P. C. Dahl and Mrs. Martin Dahl, all of Swea City. Miss Drew will be married to Hervie Thompson of Klmorc, Minn., Oct. 1. She is the oldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Drew of LedyarU. Many at Wedding Dance. SEXTON -- A large crowd attended the Leebig-McMurray wedding dance at the hall here. Mrs. Loebig was Faye McMurrny, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alvin McMurray. In Superior Course. OSAGE-- A n n Goplerud, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Goplerud, was one if 14 freshmen from Iowa at Grinnell college who qualified for the superior section English course. Selection was made following the English mechanic's test offered to 350 sludBnts. Visitors from Illinois. VENTURA-- Mrs. W. V. Cox and Mrs. Otis Madden of Carthage, 111., and Mrs. Meeta Haltam of Malvern, Ark., week. were business callers last Forrest Lowden, a brother who recently died, owned here. a farm Visitor From Mooseheart. RTCEVILLE--Miss Fannie Mulks of Mooseheart, 111., is visiting the C. E. Adams family. Miss Mulks is a matron at the Mooseheart home. · Birthday Is Observed. LIME SPRINGS--Mrs. E. N. Hal- wcg entertains a group of young persons at her home this evening in honor of her daughter's sixteenth birthday. Street Sain Oct. 5, PLYMOUTH--There will be street sale in Plymouth Oct. 5. Daughter Is Born. ROCKFORD--Born to Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Ballhagen, a daughter on Sept. 25. Were In Cedar Knpids. LIME SPRINGS--The Misses Florence Thomas, Rose Peterson and Elizabeth Rucf motored to Cedar Rapids to spend the week-end. Mrs. Hanson President. PLYMOUTH--With the exception of Mrs. Mary Helmer, treasurer, the officers of the ladies aid society arc new. They are Mrs. Nellie Hanson president; Mrs. Marlon Scnrrow, vice president; Mrs. E. Brand, secretary; Mrs. Helmer has been treasurer several years-. Mrs. Brand PLYMOUTH--The Girt Scouts of Plymouth are continuing their activities this year with Mrs. E. E. Brand, leader and captain. They elected Mrs. Hazel Moody, lieutenant; Miss Buena Kinney, president: Miss M. Beth Collister, vice president; Miss Elizabeth Hanson, secretary; Miss Helen Wooclhouse, treasurer. R e t u r n From Klkader. MILLER--Clarence Halverson, Mr. ant! Mrs. E. B. Larson and Mrs. Clara Larson returned from a week's visit with relatives at Castalia and Elkatler. Teachers Arc Entertained. HANSELL--Mrs. Donald Iverson and Mrs. Fred Van Koten entertained the teachers at the home of Mrs. Fred VRII Koten at a dinner. The evening was spent playing cards. R e t u r n s I n Oklahoma. RUDD---George Schroccler, whn has been visiting at the parental, Henry Schroccler home, returned to his work at Valiant, Okla. Visitors From Illinois. MILLER--.I. Clement and f a m i l y of Sparland, III., are visiting- his brother, W. 11. Clement and family. Return From Minnesolu. K A N A W H A --Elmer Engstrom, accompanied by his sisters, Mrs. Ed Krickson and daughter, Joan, of Clarion and Mr. and Mrs. Jake Blcsie of Renwick, drove to, Minnesota and r e t u r n e d Monday To visit t h e i r brothers, Ed Engstrom at Fairmont and Fred of Hector. Visitors From A s h t o n . THOMPSON--Mr. and Mrs. Will Samlrock of Ashton, 111., who have been visiting relatives in Canada for two weeks, stopped here on the way home to visit her sister, Mrs. John Batchlor, and will continue their homeward journey Sunday. Family Gathering Held. POPEJOY--A large family gathering wa-R held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bert Hall and daughters, the first of the week in honor of the presence of his sister, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Bonhes of Grundy Center, who recently returned from a three, months' visit with home folks in Germany. There were 30 present. Visit in Wisconsin. GRAFTON--The Rev and Mrs. Lancldcck and children. Esther, Art h u r and Lois,' l o f t Saturday for .several days' visit with the Rov. and Mrs. Fred Landdeck of Bosco- bcl, Wis. The Rev. Mr. Crammr-r was in charge of the services Sim- day In the local church. Honored on Anniversary. GENEVA--Howard Richards entertained a small group of relatives in honor of Mrs. Richards' parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. g. Nobles, who had been married 58 years. Guests from a distance were Mr. Nobles' brother, N. S. Nobles, with his daughter and son-in-law. Mr. and Mra. J. H. Tiffin, all of Sioux Falls. .Son HI In Iowa City. RICEVILLE--Mr. and Mrs. William LjMM^re in S,S, TEACHERS HOLD SESSIONS Many Are Represented for Lutheran Convention in Hampton. HAMPTON, Sept. 30.--The semiannual Sunday school teachers conference was held here Sunday at St. Paul's Lutheran church of which the. Rev. Paul Meyer is pastor. Registration started at 2 o'clock. Teachers and visitors were present from Buffalo Center, Coulter, Par- ker.sburgr, Allison, Rockford, Mason City, Vilmtr, Clarksville and Nora Springs. Approximately 100 registered. The session opened with a song by the assembly. Devotions were led by the Rev. H. Jorgensen of Coulter. He emphasized the fact that all teachers have an important duty to perform, that one must sacrifice much to be a successful teacher but that one receives' reward and spiritual life is enriched. "The Class Discussion" was in charge of the Rev. Paul Meyer. He said in presenting a lesson to remember three things, presentation, discussion and application. The Rev. H. Diers then spoke on "What Should the Home Expect From the Sunday School?" The speaker said that the home should be the foundation of Christian training, the church should create and preserve communion with God and the state should protect education and make young men and women good citizens. A talk followed by the Rev. A Seegcrs of Parkersburg in which he brought out points on "Whal Should the Sunday School Expccl From the Home?" Interesting am helpful discussion followed. The question box was in charge of the Rev. W. C. Nassen of Allison. A short business meeting followed a which time Miss. Gladys Larson of Hampton was elected secretary to succeed Leona Bischoff of Greene Refreshments were served by the Sunday school and Ladies' Aid of the church. The next conference wil be held at Nora Springs next April Compete at Waterloo. KANAWHA, Sept. 30. --Supt. A S. Thoreson took his livestock judging class to Waterloo to the Cattle Congress Monday. Those at tending are Everett Anderson, Bcr [acob Homes Dies at Miller; Funeral Will Be Conducted Tuesday MILLER, Sept. 30.--Jacob Homes died at his home here Saturday, af- er a long Ulnesa of the stomach. ie was 66 years old. Mr. Homes eaves his widow, four sons and one daughter. Funeral services will be held at the church Tuesday at 10 o'clock. The Rev. A. D. Halverson will conduct the service. Interment will be at Badger. nard Erickson, James Cooper, Her man Vander Plocg, Wiliam Veld house and Warren Olson. Member of Board Who Arrived Late Is Denied Reinstatement in Suit CLARION, Sept. 30. Joseph Horphew, who brought suit against Morse Neilson and other members of the Woolstock township school board here two weeks ago, was denied reinstatement as a member of the board, in a verdict returned by Judge Sherwood A. Clock. Morphew was elected to serve as director of district number three, Woolstock township, early in March. Because of his failure to arrive at the first directors' meeting until several minutes after the hour set, other members of the board filled his place by electing Roy Sanders. Morse Neilson was named later. Morphew claimed that repairs on his car detained him unavoidably, and that George Kirstein, secretary of the board, told him to come at about 2 o'clock" when he notified him of the meeting. TWO RICEVILLI RESIDENT: Mrs. Pagle Is Found Mrs. Lebow Mothei Pioneer FamiK RICEVILLE, Sept. 30.- neer residents died here week-end. Mrs. Henry Pagle, 71, died day evening. Her husband car his home in town after workinl i farm 3 miles from town found hia wife, who had starte get supper, dead in bed. FL ' services were held Monday Ing, the Rev. A. Bodenhan ing. The body will be taken j for burial Tuesday. Mrs. Fred Lebow, 80, day night at her home 3 : east of town. She was of a pioneer family, twJ two daughters living hel Deam of Chapin Named Franklin Legion Head CHAPIN, Sept. 30.--The Chapin post of the American Legion and the Chapion auxiliary entertained the Hampton and Sheffield posts and units in the Legion hall Friday evening. The principal business of the meeting was to elect a county commander to succeed Ward LeVitt of Sheffield. S. A. Dean of Chapin was elected commander. Taken Through Creamery. ROCKFORD--Mr. and Mrs. Donovan Kruse entertained the Ulster Straight shooters boys 4-H clubs a1 their home Thursday evening. The bpys were taken through the Rockford Creamery by Mr. Kruse, an em- ploye. County Agent and Mrs. W. H Brown were guests. Best, 85, Former! Belmond, Dies; to Be Held Wedi BELMOND, Sept. 30. -Best, 85, former Belmond i died in Cohasset, Minn., Sat3 He was the father of Ray Be Eelmond, Funeral services wi held Wednesday afternoon at( Belmond funeral home and t will be in the Belmond cemete* Finds Carrier Pigeon. BELMOND, Sept. 30.--A pigeon with a band on its leg rying the inscription R-4507, ' ust, 1935, was found Sunda Jack Fulton, local boy, in his | F R E E CARBURETOR 01 FUEL PUMP TEST Central Au to Electric I Formerly Central lUllfry A Electric Pborn 4»4 117 S. Delamu* In selecting THE Sterling Coal Co. 816 South Penn. os our representative in MASON CITY We were influenced not only by the high standing and integrity of this organization, but by their keen desire to protect their customers' interests. Modern coal merchandising has become something more than honest weights and prompt delivery. 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