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Mason City, Iowa
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SATURDAY, MARCH 4, 1939 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE PALO ALTO WOMEN'S PROGRAM PLANNED MARCH 22 16 TOWNSHIPS TO TAKE PART Achievement Day Exhibition Marks Close of Project EMMETSBURG -- Plans for a countywide women's exhibit and program on March 22 at Emmetsburg were announced here Friday by Margaret Dunkelberg, Palo Alto home demonstration agent. The achievement day exhibition will mark the close of the home project study on being well dressed. Each of the 16 townships participating in the home economics program will plan a booth exhibit demonstrating an approved homemaking practice studied during the year. The exhibits will be criticized and scored by Mrs. Sarah Porter Ellis of Ames, state home demonstration agent leader from the Iowa State college extension service. The place of the display has not yet been selected. Featured on the afternoon program will be the township selections, consisting of playlets, demonstrations and music. A music recognition test will be taken by the farm women who have studied opera during the last year. A county booth will be prepared under the direction of Mrs. Lee Zeigler, county home project chairman, to display the county's participation in the current home project course. The booth theme will also indicate the home furnishing course to be studied next year. LAST RITES OF KAN A WHAN HELD Mrs. C. R. Powers' Services Held in Kanawha, Ocheydan KANAWHA -- Funeral services were held Thursday afternoon at the Methodist church for Mrs. C. JR. Powers, 44, of Kanawha, who died suddenly at her home Tuesday morning. Mrs. Powers was a lifetime member of the Order of Eastern Star, also a member of the Royal Neighbors of America, the He- hekah lodge and'the American Legion Auxiliary. She was a member of the Kanawha Methodist church and was president of the Ladies' Aid of the Methodist church for two years. Surviving is her husband, one daughter, Doris, and one son, Richard, both at home. Also her lather, E. T. Miller of Kanawha; four sisters, Mrs. R. O. Hales of Loyal, Wis.; Mrs. H. 'Griep of Neilsville, Wis.; Mrs. James Terry and Miss Helen Miller of Calumet, 111.; four brothers, O. Wayne and Gerald MiUer of Des Moiues; D. North Miller of Hammond, Ind., and D. T. Miller of Dixon, 111., and her grandmother, Mrs. George Miller of Ocheyedan. Services were also held Friday at Ocheyedan where interment was made. Services in Kanawha were conducted by the Rev. H. J. Bane, v pastor of the Methodist church. Special music was furnished by the double quartet of the church. Pallbearers were Clarence Thorson, James Darrah,- Archie Ames, Charles Brower, Helmer Hill and Harley Me eh an. Woldorf College Choir Begins Annual Concert Tour Emil C. Elling Chosen as Garner C. of C. President Other Officers of Chamber Selected .at Annual Meeting FOREST CITY--The Waldorf college a cappella choir will begin its annual concert four Sunday. Prof. Odviri" Hagen is director of the chou- and Mrs. Hagen will act as choir chaperone' for the singers while on their tour. The schedule of this trip has been under the direction of the manager, the Rev. John Alason. The choir will travel through parts of Iowa and Minnesota. They will visit places ol interest such as the flour mills at Minneapolis and museum, historical buildings and the capital at St. Paul. HERE and THERE Miscellaneous Items From 125 Globe-Gazette Correspondents in North Iowa and Southern Minnesota RITES FOR MRS, WORDEN HELD Services Conducted at Home in Ledyard;' Interment Is Made LEDYARD--Funeral services for Mrs. Leon Worden were held Friday at 2 p. m. at the Worden Taken to Hospital BUFFALO C E N T E R -- Mrs. Margaret Bond living 2',2 miles southwest of town was brought to Jie Dolmage hospital Tuesday afternoon. She is suffering from pneumonia. School Is Resumed HOCK FALLS--No school was leld Tuesday at the Rock Falls township school on account of the snow storm. School duties were resumed Wednesday. Visit at Plymouth PLYMOUTH -- M i s s Evelyn Barnett and Miss Marjory Emerson of Cedar Rapids visited friends here. Parents of Girl KANAWHA--Mr. a n d Mrs. Marshall Larson are the parents of an eight pound girl born Thursday, Feb. 23. Mrs. Larson and baby are at the Bird hospital at Clarion. Receives Treatment EAGLE GROVE -- George E. Correll is receiving treatment at a hospital in Rochester, Minn., for a few days. Guests from Tripoli RUDD--Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Warner and son, Ronald of Tripoli were Sunday visitors at the K. C. Frank home. Moves to Dolan Tract ROCKWELL--C. G. Ames has moved from Clear Lake to the Tom Dolan acreage tract east of the M. and St. L. depot which his son Harold purchased last fall. Go to Faribauit, Minn McINTIRE--Mr. and Mrs. Hiley Sloan left Mclntire Thursday morning for their new home at Faribauit, Minn., where Mr. Sloan has obtained a position with the Skell gas company. Is Hospital Patient POPEJOY -- Alvin Ellingson, who submitted to an acute 'appendicitis operation at the Iowa Falls hospital Sunday is improving. Returns to Indiana CORWITH--Mrs. Carrie Christens en returned to her home in Hammond, Ind., after spending three months with her cousin, Mrs. Albert Skelly. At Fort Lauderdale, Fla. OSAGE--Mr. and'Mrs. Fred C. Smith are spending- several weeks in Fort Lauderdale, Fla., with her sister, Mrs. Ruth Brownell Sheldon who is there recuperating Visitors From Des Moiues JOICE--Mr. and Mrs. George DeVault of Des Moines, arrived Thursday to visit at the home of their ' daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. A. Luckason and daughter. Parents of Daughter CRYSTAL LAKE--Mr. and Mrs. Jake Ree are the parents of a 7% pound daughter bom Feb. 28 at the Irish hospital in Forest City. At Parental Home KANAWHA--John Gorton of Chicago, 111., came Wednesday for a two weeks' visit at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Gorton and sisters. Mrs. Herbert Mewes and Mrs. Martin Thomp-on. On Western Jaunt CORWITH--Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Bogard of Indianapolis, Ind., visited Mrs. Bogard's mother, Mrs. Clara Patterson, and left their sons, Jim · and John, here v/ith their grandmother while they attend the world's fair at San Francisco, Cal. Mr. Bogard is an em- ploye of the Banker's Life company and is a guest of the company on the trip. They will visit Mr. Bogard's brother, Arlon Bogard, in Portland. Ore., before returning to Corwith. From Fort Branch, Infl. KANAWHA--Samuel Robinson of Fort Branch, Ind., came Wednesday to the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Smith where he wil! be employed. Attend Convention CORWITH--Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Kirchgatter drove to Des Moines Monday to attend a Mid- Continent Petroleum company dealer's convention. Home From Hospital HARDY--Howard Rasmussen, who has been a patient at the University hospital, Iowa City, for the past two months was brought home the first of the week. To Mother's Home ROCKWELL--Ernest Campbell has moved from the farm west of town to his mother's tenant house in east Rockwell. Is Reported Recovering DECORAH-- Charles O'Brien, son of Dr. and Mrs. C. J. O'Brien of Decorah, is in the Alexian brothers hospital in Chicago, re- The itinerary of the choir is as follows: March 5, Bricelyn, Lake Crystal, Madelia, Minn.; March 6, EstherviUe; March 7, Storden, Minn.; March 8, Canby, Minn.; March 9, Montevideo, Minn.; March 11, Pelican Kapids, Fergus Falls, Minn.; March 13. Benson, Minn.; March 14, Osakis, Minn.; March 15, Minnehaha Lutheran church, Minneapolis; March 16, St. Stephens' Lutheran church, St. Paul; March 17, Wanamingo, Minn.; March 18, Houston, Minn.; March 19, Lanesboro, Blooming: Prairie, Ellendalc, Minn. . ' * : -Is Director of A Cappella Choir FUNERAL HELD FOR JOHN WURN Plymouth Man, 81,; Dies at Home of Mrs. Peter Hanson PLYMOUTH--The funeral of John Wurn, 81, who died at the lome of his daughter, Mrs. Peter ianson, two miles northwest of own, Wednesday afternoon were held at her home' at 2 o'clock . m. Friday, conducted by the Jev. Mr. Garrett with burial in Oakwood cemetery. Mr. Wurn was born in Bohemia n 1857. As a young man he came :o this country, settling in Delaware county. He came to Plymouth 40 years ago where he worked at the blacksmith trade for many years, retiring about 25 FOREST City--Prof.. Odvin Hagcn of Waldorf college who is the director of the a cappella choir at Waldorf college. Mr. Hagen has been director of this choir for 11 years. from a several month's illness. Visits in Wisconsin EAGLE GROVE--Mrs. George H. Coleman is visiting for a week or more at the home of her | MAHBLE HOCK--Mr. and Mrs. daughter. Mrs. Merton Coover Dale W-nfield and familv covering from an operation for hernia, which was performed last week. His mother is with him. Families Move PROWLERS ENTER KIESTER GARAGE Hoodlums Ransack Vehicles Stored at Auto Company KIESTER, Minn. -- Prowler* visited Kiester again this week foi the third time in six weeks whei the Kiester Auto company was entered Wednesday night. Entry was made through the rear door. R. C. Kastner, proprietor, re ports nothing apparently stolen but all cars stored there had been ransacked and things left in dis aranged order. Footprints weri visible in the snow at the rea door but no other clews are evi dent. A few weeks ago this sam firm was robbed when prowler entered the front door and opene the safe, getting about S50 in cur rency and several checks. Shortly afterwards the postoffico was en. tered and ransacked. residence. Daniel Wade of the Christian Science church of Fairmont, Minn., was in charge. She is survived by the husband, Leon Worden, two children, Aubry Waterhouse of Ledyard and Geraldine of California, also one adopted son, Harvey, and one brother, Ralph Campbell of Seneca. Burial was at Home cemetery. the Highland School Directors at Thompson Not to File Candidacies T H O M P S O N -- T h e retiring school directors. Dr. C. E. Teague, and M. O. Berg, will not file for that office this term. It was announced Thursday that Arthur M. Larson, Art Hauan and Carl T. Sunde have filed nomination papers to be candidates at the regular school election which will be held Monday, March 13. Two directors will be elected for terms of three years. I' 1 55 IN FESTIVAL JOICE--Fifty-five Joice high school students will take part in the Worth county music festival to be held at the Northwood high school auditorium Monday. and family, at Menomonie, Wis. Visits at Protivin PROTIVIN--Mrs. Jim Prochaska of Cedar Rapids is visiting with her sister, Mrs. Albert Milota who is ill. Return From West GOODELL--Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Wesenberg returned from a three weeks' trip to Long Beach and other points in California. They also attended the San Francisco exposition. Visitors at Rake RAKE--Mr. and Mrs. 01 e Sev- roid of Cambridge are visiting their son-in-law and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Ofaer Anderson and family this week. Visit at Kensett KENSETT -- Milton Thompson and daughters, Gatriel Mardel and Beth Elaine of Chester, spent Sunday at the Mrs. Christina Thompson home. Home From Hospital STACYVILLE -- M a r c e 11 a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Kreber, was brought home from Nissen hospital Thursday for an appendectomy. Neighbors assisted with clearing away the snow to enable the girl to reach her farm home. At Anniversary LIME SPRINGS--Mrs. Win Cray and Mrs. Shipton of Chester attended the missionary anniversary luncheon at the Methodist church Wednesday. Attend Concert EMMETSBURG--Among those from the county who attended the concert of the national bandmasters' convention in Fort Dodge Wednesday were Mr. and Mrs Adolph Spies of Graettinger am Mrs. Earl Sand? of Emmeisburg. Visits at Harvey, 111. GOODELL -- M r s . Monroe Graber is in Harvey, 111., visiting her mother and other relatives. moved to- the Justin H. Haynes farm west of Marble Rock. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Hayungs have moved on to the Dralle farm south of town. Mr. Butcher of Aredale has moved on to the orge Mooberry farm southwest of Marble Hock vacated by the Hayungs. Submits to Operation KANAWHA -- Mrs. Clarence 'c/ok has returned to her home from Rochester, Minn., where she submitted to a major operation at the Colonial hospital a few weeks ago. At mother's Rites EAGLE GROVE--Miss Greba Logan of Portland. Ore., and her sister. Mrs. Fred Lloyd of Washington. D. C.. have returned to their homes, having been called here to attend the funeral of their mother, Mrs. James Logan. Moves to Rockwell ROCKWELL--Francis Cahalan has moved from Dougherty to the Breeding farm in west part of Rockwell. Undergoes Operation' LAWLER--Mrs. J. W. Murray of Lawler underwent an operation at St. Mary's hospital in Rochester. Minn., last week. Her daughters, Elinore Murray, Mrs. Bert Fox and Mrs. Harold Costigan and her son, Frank Murray, Instruction School TM | at Dows on Monday GARNER--Emil C. Elling was elected president and other officers for the new fiscal year were chosen Thursday night at an annual meeting of the Garner Chamber ot Commerce which followed a Dutch lunch in t h e Gamer opera house. Charles Schissel w a s named vice president; Roy L. McMillin, treasurer; and B. C. Berge, secretary. New board of directors for the year includes Don Roe, W. J. Barz, Elmer Raw, W. D. Daly and Cholm Houghton. Following the business meeting a talk on "World Conditions Today" was given by Atty. Frank Senneff of Britt. EMIL C. EIXDJG Charles City'News OFFICE AT 603 RIVERSIDE DRIVE, PHONE 1052 DON K. SAN DELL, Mgr., Residence, Phone 937-J News Correspondent, Phone 318 years ago. The following children survive: William J. Wurn and Mrs. Peter Hanson who reside here and Mrs. Edwin Norquist of Mason City and several grandchildren and three great grandchildren. His wife preceded him in death less than one year ago and a daughter, Mrs. M-'E. Kinney, about 7 years ago. Saturday Afternoon Story Hour Series Planned at Titonka T1TONKA -- Mrs. Magdalene Bleich, chairman of the department of community of youth oE the local "Woman's club, has announced that she will conduct a Saturday afternoon story hour for four year old children in the primary room of the public school building for a series of Saturdays. Mrs. Blanche Gartner will be associated with her in the experiment. Mrs. Mary Budlong, chairman of the community service, is making plans to co-operate with the town council in beautifying and landscaping the town water tower MAY ESTABLISH UNIT OF GUARD Appoint Group to Investigate Such a Move in City CHARLES CITY--The board of directors of the Charles City Chamber of Commerce appointed a committee to investigate the pos- sbiilties of establishing a national guard unit. The members of the committee are Ira Lawrence, Weston Jones, Erwin Larson, Elmer Waller, O. H. Banton, W. G. Henke and John Cross. Several years ago there was an armory here and an active guard. The Chamber of Commerce will make an intensive short membership drive this month under the direction of W. F. McRobert, chairman. H. O. Frudden is chairman of the retail committee which is forming many plans for the year. ' · ' · ' A new step was taken by the board with the appointment of Carl Hauser as promotional secretary. Roy Wright and Harold Henry were appointed on the committee to promote fire inspection week. Charles City Briefs AUXILIARY FOR LEGION MEETS St. Arisgar Group Has Program at Regular Gathering ST. ANSGAR -- The American Legion Auxiliary met Thursday evening in the Legion rooms for the regular March meeting. An article in "Better Communities for Better Americana" was read by Mrs. Marie Anderson, chairman of community service, followed by discussion of plans for local service. Reports on Americanism and educational conferences at Des Moines Feb. 20-21 were given by Delegates Mrs. Marie Wilke and Miss Dorothy Hume. The unit voted to meet Monday afternoon to tie two quilts for veterans' facility. A birthday party on March 15 celebrating the twentieth anniversary of the American Legion was planned. At the close refreshments were served by Mrs. Marguerite Golberg, Mrs. Mary Thacher and Mrs. Dagmar Enneberg. DOWS--Dows chapter 357, Order of the Eastern Star, will have a school of instruction at the Masonic Hall, Monday evening. Mrs. Lucille Denny, Ogden, will conduct the instruction. The work ·will be exemplified in the evening. Petit Jurors Meet at Decorah March 6 DECORAH--P e t i t jurors for the February term of the district court will be called on March 6. The grand jury is in session this week, but no criminal cases are on the docket. Seven cases in law and four in equity are noted for trial. Funeral Services Held at Decorah for A. L. Kongskov DECORAH -- Funeral services were held Friday afternoon for Andrew L. Kongskov, 88, pioneer resident of Frankville township, who died at the home of his son, Arthur, in Waukon. The services were held in the North Washington Prairie church with the Rev. M. Hendrickson officiating. Burial was made in the adjoining cemetery- Mr. Kongskov was born in Hakcda], Norway, and came to America when a young man. Two sons who survive are Wilhelm of HiUsboro, Wis., arid Arthur of Waukon. A brother, Peter, of Camby, Minn., and three sisters, Nettie and Augusta Larsen, and Mrs. Anton Larson, all of Waukon, also survive. visited her at week. the hospital this Is Convalescing GOODELL--Mrs. John Robertson, who has been ill for several weeks in Des Moines, is convalescing at the home of relatives. From Tecumsch, Xcbr. LAKOTA --Ben and Arthur Hinberg of Tecumseh, Nebr., have arrived here at the Wade Ball home. Ben will work for Mr. Gelhouse at Ledyard and Arthur will work for the. Ball family, i TO ATTEND FEST MANLY--T h e M a n l y high school music pupils will attend the music festival at Northwood on Monday, March 6. MAYOR FACES COURT CHARGE Officers Arrest Grand Meadow Man on Check Violation CHARLES CITY--Albert Thorson, mayor of Grand Meadow, Minn., will have to appear at the April term of court to answer the charge of obtaining money under false pretenses. It is claimed that last December he got some stock from Fred Freze, Nora Springs, a fanner, and gave his personal check for $1,866.70. The check was not good so officers arrested Thorson, who has been in jail until he furnished a $2,000 bond this week. CHARLES CITY -- Mr. and Mrs, Keith Baltzer will move to Dubuque next week. Mr. Baltzer has accepted a position as licensed embalmer for the F. C. Whittaker Funeral Home in Du- bucuie. He was former manager of the Lewis Motor Supply company. Mrs. Solon Williams and Mrs. R. Thurow left Saturday foi Lake Worth, Florida. Ida Nehls and James Houser are new patients in the Cedar Valley hospital. District Deputy Lovilla" Barnhart, New Hampton, and members from New Hampton, Greene and Rpckford temples will attend the initiation ceremony March 16 when two candidates will be received into the local Pythian Sister lodge. The Nashua temple will be guests at a card and dancing party to be held Wednesday evening, March 8. W. A. Herbrechtsmeyer filed as the third candidate for the office of school director Friday noon. The other candidates are Frank Lampman and Jack Henry. R. W. Zatsrow spoke' on "Christian Citizenship" at the-meeting of the Lutheran Brotherhood in St. John's church Thursday evening. Selections by the F. A. N. K. quartet were accompanied bv Mrs. W. M. Fritschel. W. C, Morris was called to Cedar Rapids by the death of his INTERMENT FOR MRS. STEBRITZ Conduct Funeral in Algona Church for Mason City Woman ALGONA--Funeral services for Mrs. Barbara Stebritz, 83, who died Tuesday after a long illness at a Mason City hospital, were held at St. Cecelia's Catholic church, Algona, Friday morning at 9 a. m., with the Rev. Father lallinger in charge. Burial was t the St. Cecelia's cemetery. Pallbearers were John Ramer, rrank Thornton, Frank Skilling, Trancis Householder, E u g e n e Thornton and Lloyd Smith. Mrs. Stebritz had been a resident of Mason City for the past 14 years. She'was preceded in death y her husband, a daughter and ne son. She has three sons and hree daughters surviving, Frank, Henry and Rudolph Stebritz of Algona, Rose Householder, Mrs. B. I. Kubling and Mrs. Glen Thornon, Mason City. daughter-in-law, Morris. Mrs. Mabel P. T. A. Meeting at Meservey on Monday MESERVEY--There will be a P. T. A. meeting at the gymnasium on Monday evening at 7:30 p. Twice Postponed C. of C. Meeting Planned Monday ST. OLAF CHOIR SINGS APRIL 16 Highlights Series of Outstanding Musical Events CHARLES CITY--Several important musical events are on the calendar during the c o m i n g weeks. The outstanding o n e is the concert by Saint Olaf's choir April 16 in the high school audit- ium. On April 1 there will be a district music contest held here. The local high school musicians will participate in the sub-district Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Hartley returned from Ladora where they spent the winter with Mrs. Hartley's sister. William Kruse, state representative, talked on legislative questions at the regular meeting ol the Lions' club Friday noon. Earl Winterink was chairman of the program. Nathan Lynch of Waterloo was bound over to the-grand jury on the charge of driving while intoxicated by Geeney. He bond. Justice John Mc- furnished a $500 contest to be held in March 23, 24 and 25. On March 16 a concert of soloists and small vocal and instrumental groups will be held in the high school auditorium. IOWA FALLS -- For a third time the Chamber of Commerce of this city will seek to hold its annual meeting' next Monday evening. Originally the meeting was scheduled for Feb. 7 when the death of the secretary, Charles H. Benedict, necessitated a postponement to last Tuesday evening. The big storm that hit Iowa caused another postponement At the coming meeting, the speaker, as originally planned, will be Arthur H. Bray ton, secretary, of the convention bureau o" the Des Moines Chamber of Commerce. Following the annual dinner, the members of the chamber and their wives will participate in a dance. At the business meeting before dinner, five new directors will be chosen for the coming year, and the Merchant's Bureau will elect ten members, from the Chamber of Commerce membership. · William A. Hulbert Dies at West Union WEST UNION--William A. Hulbert, 72, died Friday afternoon at the West Union hospital. Surviving are the widow, two sons and two daughters: Myron Hulbert, West Union; Albert Hulbert, Fayette; Mrs. Ray Mann, Alpha; and Mrs. F. H. Munger, Jacksonville, Fla. COURT TO OPEN AT NORTHWOOD Beardmore to Hold Court in Allison Also Next Week CHARLES CITY--Judge T. A Beardmore finished his work in the district court of Cerro Gord county Friday afternoon. Satur day he held court in Charles City and Monday he will begin a tenr in Northwood. Next week Judg Beardmore will spend holdin court in both Allison and North wood. Owing to the many weeks con sumed in the Ontjes-McNider tria which is being tried before Judg Henry Graven, part of his wor Heene Marshall of St. Ansgar Feted at Pre-Nuptial Event ST. ANSGAR--At the home of ier parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wiliam Marshall, employes of the Peter Fox sons produce company here, gave Miss Ileene Marshall, who has been an employe there, a pre-nuptial shower and Saturday evening. A group of friends will give a miscellaneous shower for Miss Marshall at her ' ome. The wedding of Miss Marshall to Levi Larson of Lyle.'Minn., will take place March 10. Rural Changes Near Stacyville Reported STACYVILLE--The Wagners of near Kensett are moving to the Andrew Weber farm this week. Weisensehls moved to the Ganser farm, Delphin Brumm to Nick Krebsbachs farm, Krebsbachs to Barwind town house, Moorrnans to creamery house, Krugers to apartments over the Gerbig hardware, Ethehs bought large Ginsterblum house and Schrandt bought the small Ginsterblum place. Infant Born in Iowa Falls Hospital Dead POPEJOY--Mrs. Lloyd Kurd gave birth to a boy at the Iowa Falls hospital. The baby was dead and Mrs. Kurd's condition is serf- Benefit Movie Will Be Shown at LeRoy L E R O Y , Minn The picture, in other counties will be assigne "Drums," by Boyd, will be shown to Judges Beardmore and M. H. a t the Tivoli theater Monday and Kepler. j Tuesday as a benefit to the Ceme- There is considerable rearrang- Waverly i n g being done throughout the district owing to the extended illness of Judge M. F. Edwards as his ATTEND FUNERAL MANLY--Ted Olson attended the funera! of his mother, Mrs. Carl Olson Friday at the West Prairie Lutheran c h u r c h in Thompson. scheduled terms have been taken care of by the other judges. "Toby Helps Out" to Be Given by Goodell High School Juniors GOODELTj--The juniors of Goodell high school will present their class play "Toby Helps Out" Tuesday evening in the Town hall. Those taking part are Marcele Back, Iris Christensen, Mary Boiler, Dorlha Jean Carpenter, Lawerence Henery, Junior Conwell, LeRoy Carolus, Burdett Sellers, Owen Van Buskirk, and John Peterson. This is a play within a play, as it portrays a group of students out to win a. play contest with old-fashioned melodrama. jt'5 wit uuioiuc vy tery association. TAKES APPOINTMENT LEROY, Minn.-J'. W. Peterr son, who has been agriculture instructor for three years, having resigned, will leave Monday for Montevideo, where he has accepted a civil service appointment as educational agent for the farm security administration. His wife and two sons will remain here. Electric Motor Repairing By Experienced Men NEW AND USED MOTORS BOUGHT AND SOLD ZACK BROS. ELECTRIC CO. SOS 2nd S. W. Phone 977 -.tmm lo-iYasmngton; D; c.}

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