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December 23, 1933

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 15

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MES£r^i:sii*aiiK*5i*^*«LS{ae«y£^^ DECEMBER 23 lass MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE NORA SPRINGS PIONEER DIES Funeral for Mrs. Girard to Be Tuesday; Burial to Be in Rudd. NORA SPRINGS, Dec. 23.--A resident of Nora Springs since she was 9 years of age, Mrs. Hiram Girard, 7-1, died early this morning following a stroke of paralysis. She had been ill for a month. Funeral services will be held at 2 o'clock Tuesday afternoon at the Christian church. Burial will be : made at Rudd. Surviving Mrs. Girard are her husband, a sister, Mrs. Lois Meade of Orange Cove, Cal., and one brother, John Curphey of Nora Springs. FIFTEEN 4- -I- HOME COURSE IN PIANO PLAYING--LE! + -I- Large Crowd Sees Play Given by Bristow Class BRISTOW, Dec. 23.--Tile junior high presented the play "Red and the · Christmas Whoppers" at the opera IIOUSD to a large audience. The cast included Douglas Duffield, Burdine Hahu, Merville Eberline, Robert High, Karl Hass, Dallas Harlan, Paul Vance, Irene Wiegman, Deona Schriever, Henrietta Meyer, Edna Bochrnan, Helen Rheingans, Margaret Miller and Florence Miller. The town orchestra and some specialties were given between acts. Miss Dorothy Tjaden was coach. 8 3 8 ^ Hey of A,Three5harp made Sharp* Plymouth School Closes; Instructors Go to Homes PLYMOUTH, Dec. 23.--The Consolidated school closed Tuesday night for a two weeks' vacation. Teachers leaving for home were Supt. and Mrs. Neifert, to Sioux Center, to visit Mrs. Neifert's parents; Miss Barnett and Miss Carpenter to Cedar Falls; M. W. Hart to Lamoni; Miss Emmerson to Cedar Rapids; Miss Moody to Ogden and Mr. Kuglar to Swaledale. May Good Old Santa bring you a' heaping measure o£ Yuletide joy, Gardner Furnace Co. Sheet Metal and Murnaccs Sheet jretal and Furnaces Our Best wishes for ' a very Merry Christmas to you and yours. Central Shoe Shop 117 S, Federal Wm. Clinllis Holiday O Greetings to AH! BfETH-JOHNSON AUTO SERVICE Cienerul Auto Kepuiring 3!M South Delaware Avc. A Very Merry Christmas to AH Our Friends and Customers MARIE MON PLASURE BEAUTTE SHOPPE PHONE 415G Copyright, 1927, by W. Scott Grove, Scranton, Pn. In this, Hie seventh lesson, of the series of home illustrated lessons for the piano or organ, the chord is giveu for the key o£ A, which is the relative Key of F sharp minor. It should be learned from the chart and then songs or solos on other musical instruments may be accompanied on the piano or organ without tiny further musical education. The method of using this chart is extremely simple and presupposes no previous knowledge on the part of the pupil. When the twenty-four lessons are completed, 1C j«u follow them all, you will be able to play the chords of every key of music and will have acquired a sound basis on which to build up a musical education INSTRUCTION--Place the chart upon the keyboard of piano or organ so thnt GROVE'S MUSIC SIMPLIF1KR is fully protected by copyright in the United States, Canada, Great Britain, the countries of Continental Europe and their colonies, the small white letter D with a dash above it, at the bottom of the chart, is directly over the key D on tlu keyboard. The white and black spaces will then correspond to the white and black keys xit the instrument. Each of the three horizontal series . of letters represents a. chord. Beginning with the u p p e r row. play Hie white letter with the left hand and play the three black letters with the right hand making the first chord. Then, in the same way, play the notes indicated in the .second horizontal series, then those in the third and back to the first, forming a complement of chords m A Major. The first things necessary to become a good player arc patience and practice. During the time before the next lesson, the chord shown should be played over and AT E Interdenominational Course Taken by 42; Awards to Be Made. RUDD, Dec. 23.--The interdenominational leadership training school which began Dec. 4 at the Rudd high school, has closed. Forty-two were enrolled. Certificates of credit toward a diploma will be issue by the State Council of Religious Instruction to those wlio completed the work. Studies were led by Miss Bertha Davidson of Rockford; the Rev. J. B. De Long of Nora Springs: the Rev. K A. Sabin of Rochford and the Rev. H. F. Mercer of Rudd. The Rev. F. B. ThUsl of Marble Rock was the dean. In nearly every case when you exclaim, "There ought to be a law against that!" if you'll look it up, you'll find that there is.--Atlanta Journal. GREETINGS! A short wish, but a sincere one, for a M c r r y Christmas and a happy one. N. DEGEN i:\crjlliliii; In ILinhviinil 1 rs Hi; .S. Munrii'- J'lKm*' Ifi7; Best Wishes TO ALL We hope this will be the happiest Christmas you have ever had. OTTO KAPS, Tailor 8 South Delaware Avt. Mason City Building Loan Association 19i/ z F.ast Stiito over agfiin until you memorize it and can play it w i t h o u t the chart. Memorize tho letters also. You will find that before long you will be able to play simple accompaniments in this Uey to any melodies you or your friends may sing If you wish to go f u r t h e r in studying, learn the fingering of the scales shown on the staff in each cluirt, upper notes played with right hand, lower with left hand Every triad in black letter is marked 1, 3, 5. Alwnya read it so, no matter in ivhat vertical order the notes may be written. Noto that the small letter D with n. dash above it must not be played. CHRISTMAS DANCE and PUBLIC WEDDING DENISOM CLUB On .the North Roiul to Clear Lalte MONDAY, DECEMBER 25 MAX STERNS' 10-PJECE CAMPUS CLUB HAND "Chink" Konny ami Winona Brooks Will IJB Married at 11 p. m. ADMISSION 40c--LADIES Snc OLD TIME DANCE TONIGHT . . SATURDAY DANCING SUNSET INN MANLY, IOWA Saturday, December 23rd RAY KEYS AND HIS TOOTERS Tuesday, December 26th CEC HEARST AND HIS BAND Also onnounclng a New Year's J'nrfy December 31st, with n floor show. Dance, music and entertainment hy Cliff Kles and His Knfcrlniners. Table reservations bclnp mau. (int your reservations In early. Rig Carnival at Midnight. Don't miss this. Programs Planned by Churches in Northwood NOHTHWOOD, Dec. 23.--Christmas programs will be held in the churches of Northwood and vicinity beginning with that of the Norhtwood Lutheran primary children Sunday afternoon. Programs at the Baptist, Methodist and German Lutheran churches of Northwood will be Sunday evening. The Synod Lutheran church of Northwood and the Deer Creek Lutheran church cast of SS'orthwood will hold programs Monday evening. The senior department of the Northwood Lutheran Sunday school will give a. prgoram Tuesday evening and Shell Rock Lutheran west of town and Kile Lutheran southwest of (.won Wednesday evening. 400 Attend Christmas Program at Hayfield HAYFIELD, Dec. 23.--The consolidated school closed Friday for the Christmas vacation and will reopen Tuesday, Jan. 2. The entire school took part in a Christmas program and more than 400 attended the exercises. The teachers have left for their various homes to spent tlie holiday time. Kegistration Shows Drop. NORTHWOOD, Dec. 22.--Motor vehicle registrations to date are only about 40 per cent of the number registered to the corresponding dale of last year, according to figures at the office of the county treasurer. Total registrations are 232 of which 200 arc automobiles and 23 are trucks. Last year at this date EG1 motor vehicles had been registered. Wishing You a Merry Christmas United Financial Service F. M. Humphrey, Manager PHONE Mil 8 2nd ST. N. W. Healtk-Happiness May it be yours throughout the year, a long succession of joys, unbroken by sorrow or illness, each day filled with Christmas Spirit! A L L I S O N COAL AND PHONE '131 FRED CO. 1120 S. VENN". Wishing You a Merry Christmas and Plenty of Work FELT'S MARKET I0!i N. FICDEK.U, Merry Christmas to Everybody--from MODEL SHOE SHOP With Model-Unique at lOfi So. Federal. Ous Morns, Prop. iVKXT LESSON--F Sharp Major, tim relative of the key of A Major. Farm Administration Ready to Start in Midwest With New Year. WASHINGTON, Dec. 23. Wl-Plans to start the signup campaign in midwestern states under the corn- hog production control program were moving ahead today. The farm administration plans to start the campaign with the new year in Tot/ 1 !, Nebraska, South Dakota, Minnesota, Kansas, Missouri and Illinois. Stjitc Organized. States arc being- organized through county committees, which in turn designate township groups to hold meetings of corn and hog producers and carry out the actual work of securing signatures to reduction contracts. Contracts and other forms arc being completed and will he mailed to state, county and townships committees within the coming week, Dr. A. G. Black, chict ot the corn- hog section, said. Agree to llcilucu. Farmers who sign tho contracts agree to reduce their corn acreage by at least 20 per cent below the average sown in 1932 ami 1033 and to reduce their number of litters of hogs farrowed and hogs marketed from those litters by 25 per cent for the same period. In return contract signers will receive benefit payments of ;10 cents a bushel on the estimated yield an acre of the Iruicl contracted to the government and .?5 a head on 75 pot- cent of the average number or hogs produced Cor market during the two year b;isc period. Thompson Teachers Leave for Homes for Vacations THOMPSON. Dec. 23.--The Thompson public school closed yesterday for Christmas. Supt. and Mrs. E. C. Dcthlcfs went to Iowa City, Donald Golding. Frcdcrika; Miss- Ellingboe, LadySmith, Wis.; Miss Smith, Osakaloosa; Miss Shepard, Spencer; Miss Rierson, Bcl- mond; Miss Beach, Dows; Miss Hoyt, Garner. School will begin Jan. 8. Railway Express Gives Plans on Delivery of Christmas Packages All parcels arriving at the Ruil- ·ay Express agency in Mason City late Saturday, anytime Simdiiy or before S o'clock Christmas afternoon will be delivered to the addressee as soon as possible after their arrival, C. C. Halphide, local agent of the express company, announced Saturday. The regular weekday delivery service will prevail both Sunday and Christmas day to accommodate those whose parcels might not reach them before Tuesday, otherwise, on account of the two holidays falling together, Mr. Halphide said. Colonel Munson, 75, Son of Pioneer, Succumbs at Viroqua, Wis. CRESCO, Dec 23.--Word has been received by Cresco friends o£ the death of Col. Oliver G. Munson of Virc ua, Wis., where ho had made his home for several years His early life was spent at Now Ornn and Cresco. He was a son of the late C. M. MUIIKOU, pioneer merchant at New Oregon in the middle fifties, starting the first store the b. 1S5.J. Oliver Munson published weekly papers at Viroqua and at Richiand Center, Wis., was interested in Wisconsin politics and was for a number ot 1 years secretary to the late Governor Davidson and served t h r e e terms in the Wisconsin state senate He was about 70. May Santa Be Good to You H. C. Determan Electric Co. 31S Beaumont Driv Phone SO-i Sincere wishes for n. very very MERRY CHRISTMAS MODEL-UNIQUE Expert Cleaners 100 S. Fell. Best Wishes Now and in the bright days to come, may Joy and Good Cheer be plentifully yours. JOHNSTON'S FLOWERS 10 FIKST ST. X. \V. Garner Teachers Go to Homes for Vacations G A H N E H , Dec. 23. -- Garner schools will have a vacation of one week and Now Year's and will open Jan. 2. Teachers who have gone to their homes arc: Erma. Scheurc- niann to Oskaloosa, Margaret Mcy- ers, Kansas City; Margaret Rommel, Mount Pleasant; Rebecca Robinson, Manchester; Elvira Krausc, Fenton; Stella Downey, Klkadcr; Louise Eckle.% Brltt; Hazel Gornn- fion, Emmctsmirg; Edith Branson, Sigourney; Coach A. L. nnd Mrs. Wcnsel, Hi;pt. anti Mrs. .1. R. Mouncc, Miss Jessie Smith, .lay Ven- delfooo will rnn-ijun in Garner for tiie holiday season. Christmas Programs at Belmond Are Announced BELMOND, Dec. 23.--The Methodist, Congregational and St. John's churches will present Christmas programs Sunday evening. St. Francis Catholic church will celebrate midnight mass that evening. The Trinity Lutheran church and the [mnianue! Reformed church will ! give programs Saturday evening, and the St. Olaf Lutheran church ! presented a program l r ridny evening. .9 CENTER I Some of Nora Springs Teachers Go to Homes Funeral to Be Tuesday for Pioneer; Wife ami Six Children Survive. BUFFALO CENTER, Dec. 23.-M. r. Flynn, 77, p r o m i n e n t pioneer of Buffalo Center, died last night ut 8:15 o'clock ut his home. He had beca in poor health for more than year and was bedfast the past seven weeks. He suffered from heart disease and Brighfs disease. Funeral services will bo conducted Tuesday morning at the Catholic church of Buffalo Center. Mr. Flynn is survived by hifi wife and six children. Mrs. Combs Body Taken to Ottawa From Cresco CRESCO, Deo. 23.--Funeral services were held Tuesday for Mrs. Sarah M. Combs who died ;it the home of her brother, K, H. Tinlr ham, at the age of SS. Rites were conducted by the Rev, H. M. Norman, pastor oE Hie First Lutheran church, and burial was at Ottawa 111., Thursday. ArnMiiiilgJi) Is Sentenced. CHARLES CITY, Deo. 2u.--Judge M. If. Kepler concluded this term of court yesterday and returned to Ills home in Northwood. Proceedings Friday included the senteti' or P h i l l i p H c M a n i g l e to a term not exceeding 1 10 yearri in the p c n i l t M i - tiary ;it Fort Madison. j M f . M u n i g l o pleaded guilty to forgery. Ho is alleged to liave unshed ». number of checks here ami in Nashua. J i n hud served lime In Anamosn on a forgery charge before. A M E R R Y CHRISTMAS and ,1 H A P P Y " NHW YEAH Robinson's SHOE MARKET P H O N E ii'li) 212 S. FEDICRAL For the yulotlilc Reason we wish you :tll you wish yourself--new prosperity--added pleasures--treasurer! health. May you achieve these precious possessions in bounteous meed. CERRO GORDO FARMERS CO. I'lionu !i70 500 Third N. V.. N O R A SPRINGS, Dec. 23 The schools closed Friday for a two eks' vacation. Superintendent and Airs. Bogarcl will spend the holidays with Mrs. Bogard'.s parents, Mr. and -Mrs. J. w. Patterson at Convilh imil Mr.s. Bognrd's parents, Mr. ami Mrs. O. J. Bog-ard at Granger, Miss Doris Long goes to her home at Al- Ljona, Miss Lelah Inman, Shellsburg; Miss- Charlotte Severson, R u d c l i f f e ; Miss Johaime Thiele, .^ockford and Miss Marjory B r u n - ner, Rock Falls. A MERRY CHRISTMAS TO YOU Bull Paint Co. Phone 457 321) 1st St. S. W. We Wish You a AAerry Christmas GOODYEAR SHOW RE I.'AIR SYSTKM 27 FIRST ST. S. E. Many Hear Cantata Given by Singers From 3 Towns SWALEDALE, Dec. 23.--Tho cantata in the Baptist church Thursday night was wojl attended. It was given by the S h e f f i e l d , Rockwell and Swaledale Baptist singers. Miss Nellie Coffin was director nnd Miss R u t h Grummon, pianist. R A L P H B . G E E R TEACHER ot Pimm anil Other Instruments MAY THIS CHRISTMAS M A R K THE END-of a long period of economic hardships. MAY THE NEW YEAR-bring a wave oC increasing confidence and renewed hope. ! A I R D ' C M K. Slate St. Where Shoes Are Really Fitted oy ort M Y E R S STUDIO Six Lincoln Teachers Leaving for Vacations Of the teachers at Lincoln r.chool, six are going out of town for th ' vacations. Two of timt Wood and taking ex- number, Mi.ss Chlocn J. Miss Evelyn Oliver, are . tended trips. Miss Wood is going to her home in Missouri, and from there by auto to Hethune, Col., to visit her sister, Mrs. C. A. Zimmerman, formerly Miss Elizabeth Wood, a teacher at Grant school. Miss Evelyn Oliver is looking forward to visiting a girl frioml in Chicago. Mi.s.s Elizn^et) Lelnnd is going to her home in Minneapolis for a q u i e t rest. George Dale and Miss Harriet Senmon will visit in Iowa City. Miss Mary Calford will remain at her home In Clear Lalte. Other members of the Lincoln faculty plan to spend t h e i r vacation in Mason City. To Our Friends and Customers We wish you a very Merry Christmas and the Happiest of iS'cw Years. Thanlts for your patronage. SUDDARTII GROC. K»:t7 N. rrclornl I'honc H'JS Ma J' You Have A Joyous Christmas We greatly appreciate thebusi- ncss you gave us ... may we c o n t i n u e to serve you d u r i n g 3 Sir, I CIONTUAL HEIGHTS GROCERY I'lioiUi 075 MATHUSHEK CREATION MUSIC CO. SKIS VANCK IN A D V A N C 121 N o r l h I'Vileral Avc. CURRIC-VAN NESS CO.

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