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March 8, 1939

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 5

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WEDNESDAY, MARCH 8. 1939 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE 60 AT LEGION'S JOINT SESSION 20th Anniversary of Post Observed at Program, Supper HOCKFORD--Ivan C. Walker post of the American Legion and its Auxiliary and families held a joint meeting in the American Legion club rooms Monday evening to celebrate the twentieth anniversary of the Legion post. About 60 were present and a . supper was served at 6:30 the feature o£ which was a large birthday cake bearing 20 candles which was presented to the Legion by the Auxiliary and was baked by Mr. and Mrs. Gustavson, local bakers and members of the organizations. The program consisted of Community singing led by Dr. H. H. Ervin; vocal music by the h i g h school girls sextet accompanied by Mrs. Vern Mosher, vocal solo, E r m a Hoblit, accompanied by her mother Mrs. Harvey Hoblit; instrumental music by Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Mosher and Irving Baker. Otto Huxsol,. commander and Harvey Hoblit, adjutant, and the Rev. P. J. LaValette, reported briefly on the mid-winter conference held recently in Des Moines. Bob Hansen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hansen, and Carlyle Cunningham, son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Cunningham, were selected to attend "Boys State," at Des Moines. Dedication ceremony of a new American. Hag for the Auxiliary was in charge of Mrs. Dan Shannon and Mrs. Mark Fullerton. Young Giant Goes to Court MRS. OLDSON IS RE-ELECTED day Be U. S. Budget Chief Named at Meeting of Rockford Group in Briggs Residence ROCKFORD--Mrs. Huth Oldson was re-elected president of chapter ED, P. E. O. at a meeting held at the home of Mrs. Wil Briggs Monday afternoon. ' Oilier officers elected were vice president, Mrs. Lynn Smith; re cording secretary, Mrs. Hay Dun kelberg; corresponding secretary Mrs. Lynn Carrott; treasurer, Anna Wyatt; chaplain, Ms. Irving Benson, and guard, Mrs. H. H. Ervi n. The officers were installed during the meeting with Mrs. AVill Briggs, past president o£ the chapter, acting as installing officer. Mrs. Oldson was elected as a delegate to attend the national convention in Houston, Texas, in October and the state convention in Cedar Hapids in May. Mrs. Carrott was selected as alternate. FOREST CITY'S JURORS DRAWN Select Panel for April 4 Court Term Beardmore Presides (Mrs. Harry GavSn i Hostess to Bridge I Club at Gathering MANLY--Mrs. Harry Gavin | was hostess to the Monday night bridge club at her home Monday evening. Prize winners were Mrs. Fred Phillips, Mrs. Harry Upchurch and FOREST CITY--Trial jurors for | Mrs. Art Dunham. During the evening the mem- Robert Wadlow, the 21 year old Alton, 111., Loy who stands eight feet eight and one-half inches high, is shown leaving an elevator on his way lo the federal courtroom in St. Joseph, Mo., during his 5100,000 libel suit against Dr. Charles Humherd of Bernard, Mo. Installation Held for PEG Officers of Nashua Chapter NASHUA--There was an installation -and election of officers of Chapter E. N., P. E. O., held at the home of Mrs. E. W. Staley Monday evening, preceded by a buffet luncheon. The assisting hostesses were Mrs. A. L. Kout, Mrs. L. C. Franklin, Mrs. W. R. Clampitt, Mrs. Eva -Dexter, Mrs. Claudia Smith. The following officers were elected; Mrs. L. D. Franklin, president; Mrs. Frank Hammond, vice president; Mrs. W. M. Prudhon, secretary; Mrs. E. H. Yarger, corresponding s ecretary; Claudia Smith, treasurer; Mrs. Alvin Flint, guard; Mrs. E. C. Baumbach, chaplain. Mrs. Franklin was chosen delegate to attend the state convention to be held in Cedar Rapids in May, and Mrs. Hammond as alternate. Abbie Adelmund, 29, Is Injured Working in Allison Vicinity ALLISON -- Abbie Adelmund, 29, was injured Monday while working on a rock crusher near Allison. A truck load of the crushed rock coming up to dump went through the stopper when 'the bump board gave way and Adelmund was pinned between the truck and railing. He was taken to the Hampton hospital where it was found that some muscles were torn loose from the backbone. Regular Meeting of Society Postponed P L Y M O U T H -- The regular meeting of the Woman's Foreign Missionary society of the Free Methodist church has been postponed from March 8 to March 15. The society will meet at the home of Mrs. W. Donald Mack. Mrs. Richard Armstrong will lead the devotionals. Mrs. Mack will present the lesson, "The Ministry of Healing in India." Ida Kinney Elected Chief Ranger of St. Rita Court of WCOF STACYVILLE--St. Rita's Court I 819 W. C. O. F. elected officers at its annual meeting Monday in I Visitation hall. Those elected were chief rangier, Ida Kinney; vice chief ranger Marcella Mayer; recording secre- I tary, Alvina Hemann; financial secretary, Clara Adams; treasurer, Helen Falk; conductors, Rose ] Hemann, senior, and Anna Durbin, junior; sentinels, Beata Falk and Margarite Michels; auditing committee, Rose Smith, Anna Durbin, Margarite Michels; trustees, Frances Halfman, Mary Burke and Bertha Spartz. Harold D. Smith (above), Michigan state budget director, said at Lansins, Mich., that President Roosevelt had offered him the post ot federal budget director. Smith was appointed by former Gov. Frank Murphy, who is now U. S. attorney general. the April 4 term of court have been drawn. Judge T. A. Beardmore of Charles City will preside at the term. Jurors will be Otto Jensen, Sophie Hansen, C. J. D. Myre, Huth Peterson, J. F. Zimmerman, Ida Hanson, Paul Kloster, Charlotte Juhl and Joe Mackrill of Forest City; Thad Rawlings of Woden, Julius Jelle of Bricelyn, Joel M. Dahle of Emmons, Arnold Olien and Clarence Bergstad of Scarville; S. P. Colby, Olaf L. Ness, C. E. MeCoffree, Albert Bendickson, Mrs. Olive Honsey, M. Sandberg and R. W. Menzie of Lake Mills; C. C. Bowers, Bert Gruis, Nanne Frericks, Jennie Wessels, Fred Frerichs and Ralph Smith of Buffalo Center; Mrs. Oscar Erdahl and Mrs. Wayne Thomas of Rake, Julius Ellefson, Sanford Overlie, Andy Austin. Mrs. Carl Bell and Walter Anderson ol Thompson. bers honored Mrs. Harry Upchurch with a handkerchief shower. She will be moving to Nevada soon where her husband is employed as Rock Island operator. L. D. K. SOCIETY MEETS BELMOND--The Trinity L. D R. society met Monday at the home of Mrs. Julius Olsen will Betty and Judith Olsen assisting Jlally Held at Dows VIethodist Church by Epworth League DOWS--The neld a rally Epworth league in the Methodist church in Dows Monday evening. More than 100 were in attendance and the meeting was o£ much benefit a n d enjoyment The leagues represented were Radcliffe, Ellsworth, Alden, Williams, Popejoy, Morgan and Dows. There was a program of music and devotional period, conducted by the local league. The Hev. H. E. Harvey of Clarion gave the address of the evening. After the close of the meeting there was a social hour and games, with refreshments served. Teachers' Pension, Discussed by Club OSAGE -- The Shakespearean club met Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. H. M. Grant. Miss Blanche McLaughlin gave a magazine review of "Trends in Modern Education" by Dr. Robert M. Hutchins. Mrs. Walter Wright led the discussion of the following questions: What can we expect federal aid to do for the schools? What do citizens expect of their schools today? How can schools develop initiative in the student? The Iowa teachers' pension plan. PURCHASES BUSINESS ALGONA--Fred Shilts, clerk at the Brownell shoe store the past three years, has purchased the Brownell stare here. The new ownership changes its name to the Shilts Erownbilt Shoe store. Mrs. Brunswold Is Honored at Shower PLYMOUTH--After the. regular meeting o£ the American Legion Auxiliary of Plymouth Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. G. A. Reynolds Mrs. Otto Bruns- wold was honored at a miscellaneous shower. Mrs. M. A. Hanson was the assisting hostess. New Bern, second oldest town in North Carolina, was settled in 1710 by Swiss immigrants. Father, Son Banquet Planned at Plymouth PLYMOUTH -- A Father-Sons banquet will be given at the M. E. church March 17. A program is being arranged. | Mr. and Mrs. Harlan I Bliss Given Shower CLARKSVILLE-- A miscellaneous shower honoring Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Bliss who were married on Saturday afternoon, was held at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. C; Bliss, two miles east ot Clarksville on Monday evening. One hundred persons, friends and neighbors of the Antioch community attended. A program was prc- county this week. "Tuesday night I sented, after which a lunch was he met with the Ellington club; served. Wednesday night he is meeting with leaders from all parts of the Ci , C county at the Hancock Farm Bu- OiaCy O reau office; Thursday he will meet TJ j with Madison club boys at the Regular Semon Steiff home; Friday night | ^ ,,,,,, Meetings Scheduled for 4-H in Hancock GARNER--Five meetings have been scheduled by Club Agent Paul' Henderson, who is working with 4-H club boys in Hancock U ' - f i iin with the Avery 4-H club; Saturday afternoon w i t h Boone township 4-H hoys. and the Despite expanding tobacco production in empire colonies, British importations of the American leaf reached a new high in 1938. STACYVILLE--The Stacy Stars 4-H club met with Esther Halbach Tuesday. A talk on wall hangings was given by the assistant leader. Esther Halbach gave a talk on courtesy which was followed by group singing. A lunch was served at the close. Clarion Club Meets in Regular Program CLARION--Mrs. Harry Sumners was hostess to Monday club members and guests Monday afternoon. Mrs. J. H. Moore read an article giving a number of comparisons of America with Europe. Following the program refreshments were served. Mrs. F. S. Thornley will entertain the club in three weeks at Hotel Moore. NO FUSS RELIEVING COLD DISCOMFORT THIS WAY! Band Mothers Sponsor Sale at Hanlontown HANLONTOWN -- The Band Mothers served lunch at the Vern Johnson sale March 7. The proceeds will be used toward paying for the new uniforms which have been purchased for the school band. Just Follow Simple Directions Below-and Us« Fist-Acting Bayer Aspirin 1. To ·» pain and discomfort and reduce fern take 2 BayerTablets--drink a El as* of water. Repeat In 2 fiours. 2. If Throat Is nw from cold, crush anil dissolve 3 Bayir Tablets In \' z glass of water. Plymouth Election Planned on Monday PLYMOUTH--The regular election o£ Plymouth consolidated school district will be held at the schoolhouse Monday. S. L. Sceley and Paul Chehock, whose terms expire, are candidates for re-election with no opponents. . have Millions of Car Owners chosen Wards RIVERSIDES? They're"tbnger Wearing! 'First Quality Riversides give up to 34% more mileage th'ari otHerj first-quality tires . . . proved in recent road-tests by Wards great test-, fleet! Think of it! H more miles! That.means.you get as much.as: 1 free mile out of.every. 4 you drivel, They're Safer! Millions of motorists ?'. . hundreds of race-drivers Have changed to Riversides . . . the tire that wins more auto races than any other I Only a top-quality tire could achieve such popularity 1 T/tere's a Ward lire for Every Purse'. 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