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Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, April 5, 1934
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'APRIL 5 1934 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE FIVE DISTRICT MISSION CONVENTION TO BE HELD IN ROCKFORD SESSIONS TO BE HELD TWO DAYS "Adventuring in Faith" to Be Theme Next Tuesday and Wednesday. ROCKFORD, April 5.--The annual convention for the Waterloo district of the Woman's Foreign Missionary society of the Methodist church will be held at the church auditorium here Tuesday and Wednesday, April 10 and 11. The theme of the program will be "Adventuring in Faith." The program for Tuesday afternoon is as follows: Prayer and praise service, led by Mrs. Dudly; picnic lunch served by the Rockford auxiliary, devotions led by the Rev. Arthur J. Young, Cedar Falls, district superintendent; solo, Mrs. Baird, Cedar Falls; welcome, Mrs. J. li. Bowen, Rockford; response, Mrs. H. N. Silliman, Cedar Falls; program in charge of Mrs. Flora Dudly; presentation of new members and awarding of golden triangles; children's program; luncheon at the church at 6 p. m. The Tuesday evening service will be: Organ prelude, Mrs. Caroline Houts; devotions, Mrs. Eyestone; sextet, Nora Springs; play, "Will India Wait," by the Rockford Flood creek church; benediction, the Rev. F. C. Collister; postlude, Mrs. Caro line Houts. The Wednesday program is: Devotions, the Rev. B. M. Sabin; unit meetings, Mesdames Appleby, Silli- , man and Stewart; altar of lights, district secretary and candle lighters; solo, Mrs. Ware; memorial moments, Mrs. Hauser, Charles City; devotions, the Rev. H. H. Hillmer; business and election of officers, songs and consecration service. Special guests and speakers are Mrs. J. C. Shover, national secretary of young people's work; Miss Blanche Bair, missionary · from Korea; Mrs. Flora Dudly, branch president; Mrs. Ware, West Branch Mrs. Eyestone, Mount Vernon anc Mrs. Baker, Cedar Falls. Mrs. J. L Bowen is president of the local unit Choir Leader Is 84. OSKALOOSA, April 5. iff)--H N. Rouse of Tracy still leads the village choir, although he is years old. "I pride myself on one thing," he avers. "When I hold the baton, folks sing right out." H E R E A N D T H E R E Miscellaneous Items From 125 Globe-Gazette Correspondents in North Iowa and Minnesota Will Assist Needy. CRYSTAL LAKE -- The Amerian Legion auxiliary met Tuesday ifternoon in the hall. Mrs. Martha Riggle and Mrs. Tena Riggle were hostesses. The auxiliary decided o make at least 100 glasses of elly, jam or marmalade to be made y members and distributed to the leedy in this community. Will Entertain Legionnaires. WESLEY-- The American Legion auxiliary will entertain members of he Legion post at a party Thurs- lay night in honor of its ninth jirthday anniversary. There are 33 members in the local auxiliary unit. Daughter Is Born. BELMOND -- Born to Mr. and Mrs. Harold Johnson, a girl, Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Johnson live" on the J. D. Campbell farm south of town. Returns From Hammond. ROCK FALLS-- Mrs. George S. Duff, accompanied by her grandson, Warren Duff, returned to her home Wednesday after spending a week visiting her daughter, Miss Addie 5"ay Duff, in Hammond, Ind. Buttermakers Start Work. LEDYARD -- Lloyd Halverson of Graettinger has taken up hig work at the creamery as buttermaker. L. Strand was former buttermak- . Mission Society Meets. CORWITH -- The Women's Home Missionary society met Tuesday afternoon, at the home of Mrs. Fay Scace with Mrs. William Wood assistant hostess. Mrs. J. A. Chambers led the lesson, "The Lighted Highway." Has Medical Treatment. MESERVEY-- Albert Hartwig went to the Park hospital, Mason City, Tuesday for medical treatment. Are Parents of Son. CHAPIN -- Mr. and Mrs. Harry- Crawford are parents of a boy born to them at the hospital at Hampton early Tuesday. This is the first child for Mr. and Mrs. Crawford. Mother Is Dead. LEDYARD-- Ralph Olson was called to the bedside of his mother at Ellsworth but before he reached her home, she died. Return From Texas. GARNER -- Mrs. Mary Gelner and daughter, Betty, have returned to Garner after spending the winter at Austin, Texas. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Gelner and Bob Clark drove to Texas and brought them home. . Mrs. Anders Hostess. POPEJOY--Mrs. Ernest Anders was hostess to the Salem club on Wednesday afternoon. Recovering From Illness. DOUGHERTY -- Mell Logan is improving from his illness at his home west of town. Society Flans Benefits. GOODELL--Mrs. P. C. Lowenberg and Mrs. Frank Dominy were hostesses to the Rosary society. Plans were perfected for a benefit card party Tuesday night, April 10 and a benefit movie in the Tall Corn theater at Kanawha April 18 and 19. Returns From Illinois. FREDERICKSBURG--Mrs. Dorothea Kammeyer returned from Hinsdale, HI., where she spent the winter with relatives. Speaks on Texas Trip. ROCKFORD--Mrs. 'Frank Trigg and Mrs. C- H. Kellogg entertained Chapter ED, P. E. O., at the former's home Monday afternoon. Mrs. Ariel Carrott presented a travel talk on her two months' trip to Texas. Mrs. Conrad Buehler was a special guest and Ruth Dunkelberg of Orchard and Helen Fullerton of Mason City, members of the chapter, were also present. Returns to Niagara. BELMOND--Miss Estella Mund- jehld returned to her home in Niagara, N. Dak. She spent the past week and over Easter with her sister, Selma, who is Latin and English teacher in the local school. Returns From Oregon. POPEJOY--F. T. Ellefson returned home the last of the week from a business trip to Portland, Ore. Return From Rochester. CHAPIN--C. E. Stonebraker returned home Monday evening from See Our Windows Compare Our Values THEWUB Mason City's Newest Store for Men! Featuring "HUB CLOTHES » America's Wonder Values! Incomparable Selections in NEW SPRING SUITS In Two Special Price Groups $17-50 $21 ·? Men! Here's the value sensation of 1934. Let us tell you why. For fine quality woolens and expert tailoring they can't be beat. Styles that are the last word in ajr- designing. Models for every build of man--ana the Hub's foresight in preparing for this new season enables us to offer you the greatest clothing values in this community. SPECIAL SELLING Genuine English Broadcloth DRESS SHIRTS Made from finest quality fast color pre-shrunk broadcloth. All sizes and sleeve lengths. A very spe- g · AA cial value V · w at 1 A VALUE GIVING In Men's Fine Calfskin DRESS OXFORDS Special lot of new Spring styles in plain black, black and white and plain white. Fine quality calfskin. Expert workmanship throughout We Carry Men's Overalls, Work Shirts and Work Shoes! CLOTHING COMPANY J 4 SOUTH FEDERAL Rochester, Minn., where he had been for nearly two weeks. Mexicans Are Arriving. KIESTER, Minn.--A number of Mexican families have come from the south and will again work in the beet fields. The Donald Gree- fields' Mexicans, brought bouquets of flowers along. Return to Rapids. LEDYARD--Mrs. Edward McQuire and son, Elmer Lee, returned to their home in Cedar Rapids after visiting with her mother a. few weeks. · Arrives From Chicago. SHEFFIELD--Willis Hudson of Chicago arrived Tuesday night, called here by the serious illness of his father, B. F. Hudson. Enroll in CCC Work. LAKOTA--Victor Thaves and Florence Koppen left on Tuesday for Mason City, from where they will be sent to the C. C. C. camps. Entertains Plymouth Club. ROCK FALLS--Miss Merle White entertained the Plymouth Teachers Sewing club at Rock Falls on Tuesday evening. Returns From Chicago. MANLY--The Rev. George G. Parker, pastor of the English Lutheran church, returned from Chicago yesterday. Practiced in India. OSAGE--Dr. E. J. Kilgore of Des Moines is a guest of Dr. J. O. Eiel. Dr. Kilgore has just returned from a year and a half in Europe and India. He spent a part of the time studying ophthalmology at Vienna, and practicing at hospitals in India, also traveled in 11 countries and all over India. Leave for Chicago. LAKE MILLS--H. A. Cowles in company with Lewis Johnson, left Wednesday for Chicago. Mrs. Will Wescott and son, Wentworth, accompanied them as far as Clinton. Mrs. Baldner Hostess. OSAGE--Mrs. Arnold Baldner was hostess of the Osage Woman's club Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Max Schmarzo had a paper, biographical sketch of Secretary of Labor Perkins and Mrs. H. M. Nichols and Mrs. William Dorsey papers on the bureau of immigration and the bureau of naturalization. Guests From Marshalltown. POPEJOY--Mrs. O. G. Lewis and son, Gordon, of Marshalltown, are spending the week with her sister, Mr. and Mrs. N. C. Maulsby. Return to Studies. DOUGHERTY -- After spending their Easter vacations at their respective homes, Neil Boyle went back to his college work at · St. Thomas, St. Paul Minn.; Leo Logan to St. John's university, Collegeville, Minn.; Mary Donahue to Junior college, Mason City, and Kathleen Adams to Hamilton's Business college, Mason City. · Move From St. Benedict. WESLEY--The Ernest Burch family have moved to the vicinity of St. Benedict following a two years' residence here. The Ray Niewald house occupied by the Burch family was recently purchased by the Henry Phillips family who are moving into their new home soon. Visited at Chamberlain. LAKE MILLS--Mr. and Mrs. Levi Kingland and children were at Chamberlain, S. Dak., to visit their daughter, Genevieve who is in nurses training there. Grace Grosley was in charge of the local hospital during their absence. Returns to Pittsficld. BELMOND--Lyle Lathrop, who spent three months here visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Lathrop, returned to Pittsfield, Mass., where he will be employed as a tree surgeon with the Davey Tree institute. Celebrates 70th Anniversary. WESLEY--Swan Nelson celebrated his seventieth birthday anniversary Saturday. His daughter, Hannah, invited in a number of relatives and friends for the afternoon. Play on Program. BELMOND--Mrs. E. F. Bailey was hostess to the Woman's Foreign Missionary society of the M. E. church in her home Thursday afternoon. The lesson and devotions were to be led by Mrs. A. C. Lieuwen, Mrs. C. H. Jennings conducting the mystery box. A play, "Four Questions, One Answer," was by Mrs. G. F. McBurney, Mrs. E. L. Stapley, Mrs. T. A. Davenport, Mrs. F. E. Purcell, Mrs. Frank Snyder and Mrs. J. S. White. Home From Michigan. VENTURA -- Charlotte Skene, who is attending State Teachers' college, East Lansing, Mich., is spending Easter vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Skene, Returns to Kinderhook. SHEFFIELD -- Mrs. Virgil Holdron, who has spent the past six months with her mother, Mrs. Caroline Gerfen, returned to her home in Kinderhook, 111., Tuesday. Colled to Minneapolis. AREDALE--Mrs. Tom Volks was called to Minneapolis Tuesday by the death of her sister. Guest From Des Moines. POPEJOY--Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Conner, daughter, Mary Darlene and Frances Gorman of Des Moines visited the first of the week in the A. R. Conner home. Attend Mid-Year Session. DUMONT--Dr. H. M. Tipsword pastor of the United Brethren church and the Rev. and Mrs. G. H Varce, Bristow, attended the mid year meeting of that group at Mar shalltown, Wednesday. Suffers Broken Arm. FLOYD--George Barclay fractur ed his arm while caring for live stock on his farm west of town. Leave for Illinois. BRISTOW--The Rev. Mr. Achter man and Gus Siefkin left for a trip in Illinois Tuesday. VIrs. Wright Funeral Is Held at Iowa Falls ACKLEY, April 5.--Funeral serv- ces for Mrs. E. M. Wright, 52, who died at her home in Van Noys, Cal., vere conducted Wednesday afternoon at the home of her brother, 'erdinand Schultz, in Ackley by the Rev. J. J. Brittell. Interment was n the Union cemetery at Iowa Falls. Mrs. Wright was born in Germany and when about 10 came to Amerca with her parents. She is survived jy her husband, one son, Russell, ler aged mother, Mrs. Minnie Schultz, five brothers, Herman, Will, Ferdinand 'of Ackley, Otto of Alden, Minn., Gus of Mason City, three sisters, Mrs. Anna Turner, Mrs. Marie Meyers, Cedar Rapids and Mrs. Mildred Bissell of Eagle Grove. Firefighters' School Is Scheduled at Ames AMES, April 5.--The state school of instruction for firefighters will be held at Iowa State college May 22-25, L. J. Murphy of the Engineering Extension Service announced. This year the- school will be operated in sections: One for firemen, another for pump operators and a third for fire chiefs. Among the speakers will be Frank C. McAuliffe, patrol chief of the Chicago fire departmnet, and Clarence Golc Smith, assistant chief engineer of the National Board of Fire Underwriters. $5 to $10 Increases for Most Teachers in Wright CLARION, April 5.---Reports re turned from rural school supervi sors to L. C. Focht, superintenden of Wright county schools, indicati that there will be a general increas. of from $5 to S10 in the wages paii to teachers in most of the rura schools in the county next year Competition for teaching position in the county has been strong. TATE HEAD OF MANLY SCHOOLS Will Leave Elma to Become Superintendent; Other Teachers Elected. MANLY, April 0.--William H. Tate of Elma was elected superin- ,endent of the Manly public school for the coming year. The following teachers were reelected: Miss Ruth Earth. Greene, jrincipal of the high school; Dave J. Zlook, Stuart, coach and commercial; Miss Margaret Lyng, Forrest City, principal of the junior high; ValUemar Johnson, Decorah, music; Miss Edith Wright, Osagc, home economics. Harold Harnack. Manly, manuel training; Miss Dorothy Rogers. Mason City, sixth grade; Miss Irene Benzine, Swalcdalc, fifth grade; Miss Bernadino Monahan, Manly, third grade; Miss Geraldinc Anderson, Plymouth, second grade; Miss Bcrnadette Smith, Manly, first grade, and Miss Cresence Sobolik, Red Wing, Minn., primary. There will be two vacancies in the high school and one in the fourth grade. The sympathy of the world is going out to the mother (above) of Benny Hcndricks, " year old \Vilkcs-Bnrre, 1'a., miner's son, whose body is slowly turning to stone while medical science battles with rare malady. (Central Tress.) Play Will Be Presented at Meservey April 1 2 , 1 3 MESERVEY, April 5.--The young persons of the E. L. C. E. of the Evangelical church will give a play, "Whittlin'" on two evenings. April 12 and 13 in the local garage. Special music between acts is planned. Alta Woodward Elected. GARNER, April 5.--The only new teacher on the Garner force, Alta Woodward of Rockford has . been hired by the school board. She will take the place of Miss Myrtle Weber, second grade teacher, who is to be married. Rites for Iverson, 38, Decorah, to Be Saturday DECORAH. April 5.--Fimera services for Claude Iverson, 38, former chief of police at Decorah, who died Tuesday will be held Saturday at the First Lutheran church, with the Rev. H. M. Norman of Cresco officiating, in the absence of the Rev. T. A. Hoff. Burial will be made in Orleans cemetery. 1'. T. A. Will Elect. ACKLEY, April 5.--The election of officers will be held at the meet ing of the P. T. A. Monday, Apri 9 at 3:15 p. m., at the school audi torium. A paper on "Recreation' will be read following the busines session. RISING WATERS BLOCK TRAFFIC Streets Are Covered When Oneota River, Decorah, Goes Over Banks. DECORAH, April 5.--Junior high school students, living on the west side attending the public school, were excused soon after school started yesterday afternoon on account of the rapid rising of the Oneota river, which prevented traffic during the latter part of the day and had overflowed its banks and covered the streets. Gus Schimp, Belmond, Heads 4-H Record Club CLARION, April 5.--Tweve mem · hers of the Wright county 4-H Farm Record club met at the courthouse hero with H. B. Howell of the state extension department to formulate plans to carry on this project. E. J. Weiglc, Wright county 4-H club leader, was also present. GUP Schimp of Belmond was elected president of the club with Joyce Boelman, Belmond, as vice president and Wayne Rasmussen, Goldfield. secretary-treasurer. Ray Hagie was chosen by the members as local dealer. Fort Dodge Teacher Has Wide Variety of Hobbies FORT DODGE, April 5. Iff)--It takes a variety of hobbies to hold the interest of H. Lynn Bloxom, Fort Dodge high school instructor. The hobbies include mirror grinding, building telescopes, building radio sets, taking motion pictures and sketching. He also has tried his hand at being a magician and in his spare time Is a member of the Chamber of Commerce glee club. AND YOU'LL FIND THAT "STANDARD - SERVICED CARS LAST LONGER Y OU don't have to be a large purchaser,., You don't have to be a regular customer ... You don't have to be at the wheel of a Iiigli priced car, in order to get fast action and thorough, | expert attention from a Standard Servisman. He's there to be courteously helpful to you when you drive in. And he's trained to be skillfully helpful, too. Here are a few of the many attentions he gives your car--things that add a definite plus value to the good motor fuel and oil he may sell you--Lhings that make Standard serviced cars last longer: · Windshield end rear window wiped clean for clear vision (it's done in a jiffy). » Radiator filled, as needed, willi fresh, clean water. · Oil level checked for safety (he 1 !! not try to sell you more llis ii you actually need). · Mechanism under the hood quickly inspected (he waroj ^ou if any thing's out of order). » Batteryclieckcdifie5ircd(headd5cerUfiedwoterifneeded). · Tires quickly inspected (he inflates them accurately lo proper pressure all 'round). That's standard service where you see the familiar Standard Oil sign. Make use of it--you're welcome to it. S T A N D A R D O I L S E R V i C E A L S O HEADQUARTERS FOR ATLAS TIRES AND BATTERIES

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