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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE. MARCH 21 1936 ELEVEN W A L D O R F H O I R STARTS 16TH ANNUAL TOUgJNJ^STATES Wll I SPEND T1WO " ILLOrt DAYS IN CHICAGO Forest City College Group Plans First Concert at Kensett. FOREST CITY--A concert at the Elk Creek Lutheran church at Kensett Sunday morning will be the opening program of the sixteenth annual tour of the Waldorf college a cappella choir. Sunday afternoon the group will sing under the auspices of the Protestant churches at Osage in the Congregational church. The third concert for the day will be given at Leroy. Minn. Their complete itinerary follows: March 23. Houston, Minn.; March ··! State Teachers' college, La Cr'osse, Wis., and Coon Valley, Wis.; March 25, Viroqua, Wis.; March. 2fa, DeForest, Wis.; March 27. Mt. Horeb Wis.; March 28, Deerfield, Wis; March 29, Whitewater, Wis., Janesville, Wis., and Rockford, 111. March 30, Chicago; March 31 Chicago; April 1, Creston, 111.; Apri 2, Calamus; April 3, Norway, Iowa April 5, Dows, 3 p. m., and Britt 7:30 p. m. President J. L. Rendahl is man- a°cr of the choir this year and Miss Ethel Bartleson will accompany the group as chaperon. For the eighth year, the choir is directed by Prof Odvin Hagen. Mrs. Paul Lee, Burt, Dies; Funeral Is Held BURT--Funeral services for Mrs. Paul Lee 39, who died at her home here Wednesday morning following a year's illness with Bright's disease, were held Saturday afternoon at the Lutheran church, the Rev. L. Richmann conducting the service. Burial was in the Burt cemetery. Mrs. Lee is survived by her husband, two daughters, Mrs. Ralph Carney and Ardelle. and two sons, Harold and Norman, and a grandson, born the day before her death. Many North in a Capeiia Group Members of the"\Valdo7f college choir at Forest City are: Back row, left to right-Edmund Olson ^ Pelican Rapids, Minn.; Osmund Ncwgard, Buthven; Victor Moen, Forest City; Arnold Warren O b a g c A r - arroM Larson Mon ticolk Mmn can Rapids, Minn.; Osmund Ncwgar, u v e n ; r , nod EKemo, Ames; Vincent Juhl, Thompson; Robert Bryan. E S tber vi Ue; CarroM Larson, Mon ticolk ^ Fourth Vow: David Carson, Forest City: Thomas Thorson. Thor; Robert Larson, Hi xle; IS Komncss, Wanamlngo, Minn.; Chester Dlcson, Kstherville; Marvin Anderson OgdiM.; A II ert Lei, man 1-olk City; Lclloy Larson, -Joice; James Barber, West Bend; Howard Brown, Coulter; Joel Holtan, 1'o.e.st Clt " V Third row: Mildred Skutlc, Kiester, Minn.; Eleanor Carlson, Esthi-rville; Hu/.el Hoffman HadclUfc.; Emit errand, LaUe Mills; Oral, Ta,,de, Kanawha; Wilbur Anders, lb.dcli.fc; Alula Storm.*!.. KnunuMs, Minn.; Una Brunsvold, Hanloiftown; Charlotte Sexe, Osagc; Constance Fredi-rickson, Itoland; Ja.ie hajri, ^"second row: Norma Cross, Forest City; Marie Mortvcdl, Story City: Edith Dahl, Swca City; Eleanor Rude, WaiiainiiiKO, Minn.; Mr. Hagen; Agnctha Hoverslen, Roland; Ellen Mostrom, ISorthwood; \\.lma Solyst, Forest City; Orene Madsoii, Stanhope; Roy.t-lla Chryst, Forest City. Front row: Tl-eUna Anderson, Graettinger; Helen Fauske, Eagle Grove; lo.ie Nesheim, Ralic; Oyla Shriner, KolTe; Margaret Danielson, Ellsworth; Dorothy Boyd, Roland; Naomi EricksOn, Kensett; Eleanor Birchfield, Forest City; Elaine Thompson, Forest City; Burlette Coltvet, Tfcsaipson, and Maxine Narland, Kadcliffe. _ FARMHOUSE NEAR CRESCO BURNED Loss Estimated at $4,000 at Modern Residence of Baker. CRESCO--Fire Friday destroyed the modern farm home of William H. Baker at New Oregon, 2',i miles south of Cresco. Chimney sparks on the roof where 'he fire was first discovered by Mr. Baker while in the field nearby gathering fodder for his livestock were blamed as the origin. The community fire I nick from Ci'csco arrived in time to save the walls from burning after the roof had fallen in. Most of Ihe f u r n i t u r e was saved but damaged to some extent. The loss is estimated at something over $4,000, fully covered by insurance. HERE and THERE Miscellaneous Items From 125 Globe-Gazette Correspondents in North Iowa and Minnesota. Much of Bremer Seed Corn Found to Be Dead WAVERLY--Approximately 30 per cent or 223 ears out of 730, of the corn entered in the 30 ear sam- -ple germination show at the farm institute at Sumner were dead ears and unfit for use as seed corn. Only -'· three of 25 samples nad no dead -"ears, and one sample had 24 dead ears' and another 25 dead ears. It was estimated that 45 to 55 per cent of all seed corn in Bremer county is dead. OFFICIAL TROUT STREAMS LISTED Many in North Iowa Included in Those Open April 15 for Fishing. DES MOINES. (.T--The Iowa conservation commission has listed 28 streams as official trout streams which will be open for fishing April 15. The commission is placing additional stock in these streams. Seining of minnows at all times is prohibited and all fishing is restricted to the open season for trout, April 15 to Sept. 1. The official streams are: Howard county--Bigalk creek. Albion township, entire length; Cheahak creek, Vernon Springs and New Oregon townships, entire length. Mitchell county--Spring Creek, West 'Lincoln township, entire length. Others in North Iowa. Allamakee county -- Waterloo reek, Waterloo township, entire ;ngth to Bear creek; French creek, Iowa's course of study in safety education is proving widely popu- ar, Miss Agnes Samueison, state superintendent of public instruction, said. Inquiries in one mail alone were received from Fresno, Cal., and New York City, Miss Samuelson said. Will Hear Waldorf Choir. OSAGE--A Lenten vesper service will be held Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock in the Congregational church. At this time the Waldorf college choir from Forest City will present a concert which is being sponsored by the local Protestant churches. Charlotte Sexe, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Sexe and Arnold Warren, son of Mrs. H. Warren, are local members of the choir. IT PAYS tjtnip Ll¥i STOCK "North Western" offers shippers many advantages in getting live stock to market--economy too. For example below is the cost of a minimum weight cat. horn · Hogs Cattle MASON ZinzliDtdtDouHeDtck fill' Mm. If:. Win. W;. Min. IP!. I6,5oi) ibj. :4,qoo ita. ;:,ojp ibs. Cedar Rapids S31.35 $40.80 537.4 (U. S. Yds.) SoU.fi'J $74.70 S68.70 For rates on mixed shipments and information about man? other economies and advantages of shipping lira stock by raili consult your Local C. N. W. Ky. Asent P. D. Gustafson, riione 471 ownship, through sections 25 and 0; Hickory creek, Franklin town- hip, entire length;' 'Clear creek Jnion township, entire length and all branches; Village creek, Centei nd Makee townships, headwaters ncluding branches to town of Vil- age creek. Winneshiek county--Bear creek Highland township, headwaters to Quandahl on west branch and in- luding north branch from fork to Id woolen mills; Coldwater creek lurr Oak township, entire length 'rout Run creek, Decorah township ntire length; Twin Springs creek Jecorah township, entire length 'rout river or South creek, Glen wood township, sections 2Q and 29 Listed in Clayton. Clayton county--Bloody Run reek, Mendon township, entire engch in township; Kleinlein creek, township, 'both branches in Cass township; Peterson creek, Clayton township, entire length; Buck creek, Garnavillo township, ections, 16, 21 and 22; Maquoketa and Spring branch, Cass and Richand townships (Clayton and Delavare counties), entire length in ass township, entire length in Backbone state park. Delaware county--Spring creek, Milo township, entire length; Elk Run, Elk township, headwaters to ;iayton county line. Dubuque county--Swiss Valley creek, Vernon and Tablemound :owns'hips, headwaters in Vernon township to and including portion n section 30 in Tablemound town- NORTH VESTERN1 For Sale USED 250,000 Fire Brick 500,000 Common Brick SEE A. Carl at Power Plant of Lehigh Portland Cement Company, Mason City, Iowa, or write Fort Dodge Iron Metal Company Fort Dodge, Iowa rench ength; Creek township, entire Wexford creek, Lafayette Know Your State A Fact a Day About loway! VETERANS HOLD LAKOTA SESSION Mext Joint County Meeting Will Be Held April 16 at Burt. LAKOTA--About 90 members and friends of the American Legion and Auxiliary attended the joint county meeting held here Thursday evening. The meeting was called to order by the county commander, Harvey Johnson and an address of welcome was given by the local commander, Walter Leslie. Betty Johnson played a piano solo, followed by a talk by Joe Lowe of Algona on conservation of wild life . Betty Ley gave a reading, "Humoresque" after which Mrs. George R. Whistler, eighth district committeewoman of Coon Rapids, gave a talk. This was followed by a talk by Ray Murray, secretary of agriculture. A girls' trio from Buffalo Center sang two selections, "The Lady in Blue" and "Don't Give Up the Ship." The next joint meeting will be held at Burt April 16. ;hip. Fayette county--Glovers creek, Union township, entire length; Out. :on cave, Dover township, sections 26 and 35. Jackson county--Dalton lake, Van Buren township, entire length; Mill creek, Bellevue township, sec- lions 7 and 8 of Big Mill and entire .ength of Little Mill, a tributary. Jones county--Farm creek, Washington township, sections IS and 20. Two Hampton Teachers Speak at Fort Dodge HAMPTON--Miss Eleanor Dunn, English and dramatic instructor, and Miss Frances Bradley, .mathematics instructor in Hampton high school, appeared on the program of the North Central Teachers' association meeting held Friday and Saturday at Fort Dodge. Miss Dunn led a discussion of one act plays and Miss Bradley read a paper on "Making Mathematics Real to High School Students." Joe Fink Gets His Second Cage Award at Cornell College MOUNT VERNON--Joe Fink of Mason City has received his second basketball award at Cornell college here. Fink was a member of the midwest championship Cornell five, holding down a forward position. Seven of the team's lettermen are graduating in June and Fink, who is a junior, is expected to be one of the men about whom Coach Judd Dean will build next year's aggre- Ltion. The Cornell band of lettermen set up a rare scholastic mark of 2.13' or better than a "B" average during the first semester and Finli made the highest individual mark having almost straight "A's" in addition to his cage responsibilities. Fink is now out for track where he excels in the 440 yard dash event Only Two on Relief Turn in Car Plates Following Order Sent 81 Families MARSHALL-TOWN--Response to a recent letter sent to 81 families on relief by the Marshall county welfare department, telling them use of automobiles by persons on $21,915 HEALTH FUND RECEIVED Bierring Announces Receipt by Iowa From Security Commission. DBS MOINES, (-·!')--Dr. Walter L. Bierring, state health commissioner. Saturday announced receipt of $21,915 from the Federal Social Security commission, the first allotment for public health work under a threefold medical welfare program. The federal funds will enable the state to launch the public health phase of the program, with additional funds for maternal and child icalth activities and for special aid 'or crippled children expected by -Vpril 1, Dr. Bierring said. Previously, the state received more than $500,000 from the commission to match old age pension "unds. For Two Months. The allotment received by the icalth commissioner was for February and March expenditures for the public health division of the program proposed by Dr. Bierring in co-operation with the state medical society and local health officers. Dr. Bierring said additional quarterly allotments on the same basis have been approved. Preliminary plans announced by the commissioner included training of public health officers to direct county units, study of prevention and control of epidemics, establishing a division of industrial hygiene and rural sanitation, a milk sanitation and pasteurization program and research and tabulation of diseases prevalent in the state. County Health Units. Dr. Bierring said the program will also include establishing additional county health units. He said a unit already is operating in Woodbury county and that others will be set up in Johnson, Des Moines, Washington and Story counties. He announced the appointment of three physicians and one engineer to receive special training as public health officers at the University of Minnesota starting April 1. 17 Candidates Enter Primaries in Hancock County to Get Offices GARNER -- Nomination papers have been taken out by four who have announced for Hancock county offices this week; bringing the total number to 17. John E. Buns. Woden, announced for the republican nomination for supervisor. Paul Loth. Ventura farmer, announced for the democratic nomination for supervisor. George E. Klipping, republican incumbent, is a candidate for reelection for supervisor. Pcnn Eckels, republican incumbent of Britt, and E. P. Cook of Kanawha will seek the democratic nomination. Republican candidates for sheriff include L. M. Browcr deputy sheriff; Elwin Valley, Crystal Lake: M. P. L. Juhl, Britt James s. Ross, Britt, former Hancock county sheriff on the republican ticket, announced for the democratic nomination for sheriff. Chrystina Callison of Britt is a candidate for the republican nomination for recorder and Mrs. Tillic Evans of Kanawha announced her candidacy on the democratic ticket. Elmer Raw, clerk. Roy L. McMillin, treasurer, Fred C. Missal, auditor and W. D. Daly, county attorney, all incumbents, will be candidates for renoiriination on the republican ticket. Oscar E. Johnson, state representative of Kanawha will seek renomination on the democratic ticket. Clark E. Lovrien, Garner and Kanawha attorney is the republican candidate for state representative. Lime Springs Honors Mike Klomp, Winner in White Hope Tournament LIME SPRINGS--Lloyd Hortpn post of American Legion gave ' a stag party Thursday evening in honor of Mike Klomp, who was victorious in the Jack Dcmpsey white hope heavyweight boxing tournament in the finals last Wednesday at Des Moines. Mike is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Nick Klomp and is a southpaw weighing 175 pounds and was 23 years old March 19. He is spending a week here and will then return to DCS Moines to train for the white hope tournament to be held in New York City this summer. HI With Pneumonia. MELTONVILLE -- Mrs. Roman Citurs, who has been seriously ill with pneumonia for the last 10 days, is somewhat better now. Alza Borcherding was taken Friday to a hospital suffering with pneumonia. Visitor From Spirit Lake. OSAGE--Lloyii Smitn of Spirit Lake is spending the week-end here with his mother, Mrs. L. W. Knowlton. Submits to Operation. B R I C E L Y N--Mrs. Ray Heilig granddaughter of Mrs. Nora Foster, is at the Augustana hospital at Chicago recovering from a goiter operation. Return From Funeral. ST. ANSGAR--Mr. and Mrs. H. VV. Rowland, Sr., Henry Payne and W. B. Rowland of Osage and another sister-in-law of Mrs. Rowland returned Wednesday from Fort Madison, where they had been to attend the funeral of their sister-in- law, Mrs. A. C. Rowland. Mrs. Rowland died eight months and 12 days after her husband. Visits in Cedar Falls. PLYMOUTH--Miss Alpha Chris tianson. teacher in the schools, went to Cedar Falls Friday afternoon to spend the week-end 'with old time friends. League Is Entertained. GORDONSVILLE, Minn.--Mem bcrs of the Epworth league wen entertained in the home of Merle Nelson Thursday evening. Visits in Eminons. MANLY--Mrs. Rose Yczck is vis iting her daughter. Mrs. Fred Hca bcl and family in Emmons, Minn She will return Sunday. Hostess to W. C. T. II. CRESCO -- Mrs. L. E. Emmon was hostess Friday afternoon t the W. C. T. U. with an attcndanc of more than W. Mrs. R. E. Elm quist was leader with the subjec "The Realization of Our Ideals i Regard to Education in the Medic: Use of. Alcohol." Mrs. W. H. Mitch ell reviewed a chanter from th look. "Marks nf an Educated Man iy Wigham. Mrs. G. A. Plumme ;ave extracts from a medical magf zinc on "The Effects of Alcohol. Mrs. B. E. Thornc spoke on th work of the W. C. T. U. Plan Annual Contest. BRICELYN--The Sccly township rural schools annual spelling and declamatory contest will be held at the Bricelyn town hall on Friday. March 27, 'at S oclock. Musical numbers will also be given. Former Resident Visitor. ^AKE--Miss Mable Honstad of Lake Crystal. Minn., is visiting relatives and friends in Rake and vicinity. Miss Honstad was formerly a resident here. Surprised on Birthday. GRAFTON -- Mrs. August Wagner celebrated her seventy-eighth birthday Friday. A number of friends surprised her with a birthday party in the afternoon. Mrs. Stevens Hostess. PLYMOUTH-- The W. C. T. U. met with Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Stevens Thursday afternoon. Mrs. H. J. Ehlers had charge of program. Mrs. T. A. Barnes, vice president, resided in the absence of Mrs. Reynolds, president, who Is under uarantinc with scarlet fever pa- ients. Guests From California. NORA SPRINGS-- Mr. and Mrs. Viinam Blatz of Fresno, Cal., are ere for an extended visit with her rothcrs, Frank and Fred Hofmas- er and her sister, Mrs. Jake Gashcl. Hosts to 7 Cmiplrs. M A N L Y - M r . and Mrs. Otto .ichtcnslien and Mr. and Mrs. A. nabnit were hosts to a party of seven couples on St. Patrick's night. Will Meet Tuesday. RUDD-- A home project meeting vill be held Tuesday afternoon at the Harry Schrader home. Moving to Iticcville. BRICELYN -- Leonard Erdahl recently sold his milk route business :o the creamery. He will move to Ricevillc, about 70 miles from here. where he will continue to be a breeder of pelt animals and also operate a farm. Visitor From Wyoming, ST. ANSGAR-- Mrs. George H. Thomas of Sheridan, Wyo., arrived Wednesday evening to visit her cousins, the Gilbcrtson family, south of town, and with relatives in Osagc. Visitor From Hoffman. G R A F T O N-- Chris Urbatsch from Hoffman. Minn., is visiting at the Casper Urbatsch home and with relatives in the vicinity. Home From West. GLENVILLE. Minn. -- Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Eckert arrived home Friday after spending the winter months with their daughters, Mrs Fred Holcman of Zillah, Wash., and Mrs. Everett Grccngo of Hayward Cal. Honored on Birthday. GORDONSVILLE, Minn. -- A group of women went to the home of Mrs. D. S. Resor Thursday after noon as a surprise 'on her seventy sixth birthday anniversary. Visitors From Bedford. POPEJOY-- Dr. and Mrs. Seth Walton and Betty Walton drove from Bedford Tuesday. Mrs. Walton mid daughter arc visiting at the W; W. Walton home a few days previous to going to Hampton where the doctor is getting settled in his new location as a partner with Dr. A. Haecker of that city. Returns to South Dakota. KANAWHA-- Mrs. Fred Hizer returned to Menno, S. Dak., after several months' visit at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Charles Brower. Are Parents of Son. LEDYARD-- Mr. and Mrs. Ted Wallentnes are parents of a son born to them at the Buffalo Center hospital. COUNTY RECORDER DIES Zimmer, 75, New Hampton, Leaves Widow, 4 Sons and 4 Daughters. NEW HAMPTON--Funeral services will probably be held Monday for John H. Zimmer, 75, former Chickasaw county recorder who died Friday after a lingering illness. He was'born in Germany the son of Mr. and Mrs. Matt Zimmer. He came tn Dane county. Wis., when two years old. He was married tn Miss "Louise Boellcschen on Jan. IS. 18S7 at North Washington. Surviving arc the widow, three daughters: Sister Mary Bcrnadette, Milwaukee; Sister Mary Honora, Ossian; Mary at rjomc; four sons, Joseph, St. Paul; Norbert. Santo Fc, N. Mcx.; Frank, York, Pa.; Henry in Mishawaka, Ind.; one sis- stcr, Mrs. Mary Cimmoyotti, Stanley, Colo., and one brother, Michael, Mitchell, S. Dak. Rites for Small Boy Held in Manly Church MANLY -- Funeral services for Keith Lav-erne Plath, 5i, were held at the Bethel Evangelical church, the Rev. Clare Hicks of the Port- and church officiating, assisted by the Rev. F. R. Blakcly. He was bom near Manly, Sept. S, 1930. Most of nis life was spent in Cerro Gordo county with the exception of one year west of Kcusett. Surviving Keith are his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Plath, two brothers, Edwin and Merrill, and three sisters, Rosetta, Dorothy and Marylou, all at home. Those from a distance to attended the funeral were hia grandfather, J. W. Smith, Owen, Wis.; Mrs. Mae McLimans of Mineral Point, Wis.; Mrs. Harlow Bowen Curtiss of Wisconsin; Mr. and Mrs. Will Smith of Stitzer, Wis.; Mr. and Mrs. James A. Smith, Owen, Wis.; Mrs. Roy Adams, Chippewa Falls, Wis.; Mr. and Mrs. Henry Rottluff, Austin, Minn. 2 Story Building at Clarion Brings $4,000 CLARION--The sale of a two story brick building, formerly occupied by the closed Clarion Savings bank, and the bank's equipment to E. 0. Turk was approved by the court here Friday. The purchase price was 54,000. Mr. Turk, who is at present receiver for the closed Bank of Clarion, has an insurance and real estate office here and plans now to occupy the first floor for an office. Birdsall, McGratb and Arch- ered, attorneys, will continue to maintain offices on the second floor. Those appointed were; Dr. Regner Soerensen, Knoxville; Dr. William Tratter. Oskaloosa; Dr. John P. Sharon. Fort Dodge, and Ed J. Karzcc, Sioux City. relief is inconsistent -with public rc- lief o-iving and that they must turn vehicle was urgently needed, has brought in only two sets of plates. Miss Lucille Fcldcamp. relief director, said this morning. Four or five others had been turned in to the county treasurer's office previously. Miss Fcldcamp said. As for the others, they have sent letters to the relief director giving a variety of reasons why they should be allowed to keep and operate their cars. Meltonville Play to Be Presented April 1 MELTONVILLE--The committee in charge of the play for the next Community club meeting consists of Mvron Hanson, Esther Anderson and "Mrs. N. Huber. They have picked a three act comedy-drama. "Behind the News." There are seven characters in the play. Those who are taking part are Alfred, Roy and Elmer Hanson, Richard and Viola Borcherding, Mr. and Mrs. Archie Gordon and Mrs. Lloyd Johnson, Plans are now made to give the play April 1, the regular monthly meeting date of the club. Floyd County Declam Will Be Held inRudd Couple Given Farewell Party by Thornton Lodge THORNTON--Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Kllth, for the past 2^ years manage'r and operator of the local telephone office, have been transferred to Irene. S. Dak. There Mr. Klith will be manager of four offices. The Rebekah and Odd Fellow lodges gave them a farewell party Thursday evening. About SO were present The new operator is Miss Ruth Rhodes. She has had about six years expel icncc in the work. She comes from Tracy, Minn.' Sales Total $18.000. GARNER--The livestock sale at I the Garner sales pavillion Thursday totaled 518,000. There was a good demand for all kinds of livestock with buyers from four states. Fifty head of horses, 600 head of cattle, 150 feeding piga and brood sows and 50 sheep were sold, according to Ed Buntenbach, Klemnie livestock buyer and owner of the sales barn. RUDD--The Floyd county declamatory contest will be held in | the Rudd high school assembly Monday at 7:30 p. m. The speakers in this contest arc winners in the seconds contest in the east and west half of Floyd county and the second place winners in the firsts contest in the east and west half of the county. The following schools will be represented: Charles City, Colwell, Marble Rod:, Rockford, Floyd and Rudd. I.S.C. Students to Put Out Eagle Grove Eagle AMES--Twelve "cubs'' from Iowa State college are in Eagle Grove today where they will issue next wreck's Eagle Grove Eagle, weekly newspaper. The journalism students have complete charge of Hie paper. They are writing all of the news, editorials and special features, preparing advertising copy and soliciting ads. The students are working under the supervision of Profs. Blair Converse and K. R. Marvin of the Technical Journalism department at the college. Elected for Nineteenth Year. NORA SPRINGS--At a meeting of the board of directors of the Farmers' Elevator company, Charles Dinsmore was elected to serve his nineteenth year as manager. CORRECTION It was incorrectly stated in a previous issue that the over run was 26.6 per cent for the Crystal creamery at Crystal Lake. The figure should have been 23.ti per r.ent. Hartshorn Suffers Stroke. CLARION--F. C. Hartshorn. 78, one of Wright county's most prominent men, suffered a stroke of apop- Mrs. Halvorson Funeral Conducted at St. Ansgar ST. ANSGAR--Funeral services for Mrs. Carl Halvorson, 58, were conducted at the First Lutheran church Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Halvorson was born May 6. 187S, in Floyd county. In 1S9S she moved to Osage and in February, 1901. was married to Carl Halvorson. She is survived by her husband, five sons, \ Icxy while at his office at 11 a. m. three daughters and five g r a n d - i Friday. Mr. HarUhorn i; i state senator former i daughters. i brother two si.-tors' Turkey Dinner SUNDAY ALSO CHICKEN AND OTHER MEATS The Cooking School is over . . . but you can still see, and enjoy, tempting foods at this Coffee Shop. Tender young turkey is on our Sunday Dinner menu--wonderful chicken--other meats, too --and lots of other dishes with appetite appeal. Popular prices always! i/ 2 ORUKKS FOR CHILDKEN Jefferson Coffee Shop at tin- Bl'S depot Do You Now Have a Loan on Your Policy? Do You Contemplate Making Such a Loan? If So ... See Us- I HE FIRST NATIONAL Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation

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