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Mason City, Iowa
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Wednesday, March 8, 1939
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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE WEDNESDAY, MARCH 3, 1939 HERE and THERE Miscellaneous Items From 125 Globe-Gazette Correspondents in North Iowa and Southern Minnesota Returns to CCO Camp. GRAFTON--Roy Bork returned Monday morning to Brancroft where he is enlisted in the CCC camp : there after spending several days at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Bork, Sr. Return to Leland LELAND--Athletic Coach Kenneth Weatherwax returned Sunday from a weekend visit at his parental home in Ocheyedan. Miss Jean Manneter, primary teacher, attended the funeral of her grandmother at Hubbard during the ·weekend. Guests at Stilson - STILSON--Mr. and Mrs. Orville Slagle.and children of Waterloo and Mr. and Mrs. R_ussel Slagle and children of Rippey were weekend guests at the Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Slagle home. · Guests From Des Molnes VENTURA--Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Muth and son, Douglas of Des Moines, visited with friends in .Ventura Saturday. ; Return From Hollywood ALGONA--Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Sherman' returned to their home in Algona after spending the winter with their son, Richard, in Hollywood, Cal. Visit at Des Moines BRISTOW--Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Welcher accompanied their son, Clarence, of Waverly to Des Moines Saturday where they visited relatives, returning home Sunday evening. From Columbus, Ind. LONEROCK -- Ben Seegabarth of Columbus, Ind., has arrived for a visit at the home of his mother, Mrs. John Seegabarth. At Parental Home RAKE--Mrs. Virgel Thompson and son, Douglas, of Truman, Minn.; spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. R. Erdahl. Visits With Parents JOICE--Bud Elliot, local barber, spent Sunday and Monday at the home of his parents at Norway, Iowa. Visit at Anamosa- ALTA VISTA--Mr. and Mrs. Otto J. Leritz and son, Herbert, spent the weekend at the home of Mrs. Lentz' sister, Mrs. John Schone and family at Anamosa. Chi ca so an Is Visitor DOUGHERTY--Mrs. Guy Hyett of Chicago spent the weekend here at" the home' of her sister, Mrs. Jim Kanatas. On Business Trip PLYMOUTH--G. A. Reynolds, manager of the L. A. Page Lumber company, left Monday for a business trip to Minneapolis. Visitor at Graf ton GRAFTON--Miss Emma Hein of Austin, Minn., is spending several days visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Walk. Parents of Son LAKOTA--Mr. and Mrs. Claus Daniels are the parents of a son born last week at their home north of town. Return From Arizona DOWS--Mr. and Mrs. Richard Wesenberg returned from theiv wedding trip to Phoenix, Ariz. At Parental Home STILSON--Gretchen Frcezman spent a week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs; Harry Freezman from her school at Fort Dodge. Visitors at Burt BURT--Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Giddings, Jr., Tama, the Herman "Wards, Windom, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Ward, Rapid City, S. Dak., and Howard Catzenberger, Chicago, spent the weekend at the G. C. Giddings home and with other Burt relatives. Is From Luverne VENTURA--Mrs. Martha Hapt arrived from Luverne to visit at the home of her son, Art Hapt. Returns to Fort Dodge ALTA VISTA--Elroy Hentges returned to Fort Dodge Saturday to resume work there on Monday after concluding a two weeks' vacation at the parental Peter Hentges home here. Visitors From Westley GRAFTON--J. J. Weiland and son of Wesley, spent Sunday visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Iretlin. Into New Residence PLYMOUTH--The F. F. McCourt family have moved into the Mrs. Mensch home they purchased some time -ago. In Hampton Hospital DOWS--Mrs. Frances Schroeder is in the Lutheran hospital at Hampton, having had an appendectomy last Saturday. .Goes to Detroit, Mich. ALEXANDER -- Jerry Beenen went ~lo Detroit, Mich., to bring home- a new car and .to visit with his 'sister, Mrs. G. M. Tolentino. At Parental Home FENTON--Mrs. Merle Dietzel of Iowa City arrived Monday for an extended visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Kennedy, Weekend Visitors CORWITH -- Guests " at the Charles Erickson home over the weekend were Mrs. Erickson's brother, Albert Burling, of Dunlap and Miss Charlotte Goddard of Dow City. Visitor From Milwaukee ALTA VISTA--Frances O'Connor, R. N. of Milwaukee, Wis.,- is spending this week at the home of her brother, Dr. E. C. O'Conner, and family. Visits at Cedar Kaplds PLYMOUTH -- A. P. Graves who recently held an auction sale and will discontinue farming has gone to Cedar Rapids for an indefinite visit with relatives. Visit at St. Benedict ST. BENEDICT -- Mrs. Mary Senenfelder and children of Dows; Mr. and Mrs. Bub Lund and Robert Senenf elder of Swea City, were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Erickson. Mrs. Marvin Robb of Burt came later in the day. Visit at Corwith CORWITH--Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Bogard and daughter, Lois, of Des Moines, visited Sunday at the home of Mr. Bogard's sister, Mrs. Albert Brown. Parents of Son FENTON--Mr. and Mrs. William Haase are parents of an 8% pound son born Sunday, March 5 at the Reinhold Laabs home. Are III With Flu VENTURA--Miss Ruby Haugham is confined to her home on account of flu. Her brother, Raymond, is substitute teacher In her school south of Ventura. Halph Lau and Bill Lau are also ill with the flu. Mrs. L. R. Roderick is recovering from an illness. Return to LeRoj" · LEROY, Minn.--Harry Morse has been spending most of the winter with his mother, Mrs. H. N. Moe and returned Saturday from Fergus Falls with his wife and children. Visit at Fertile FERTILE--Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Beach and daughter, Mary Susan, from Eldora came to the home of Mr. and Mrs: James Purchell to visit a few days. Visit in Minneapolis RAKE--Lorna Zemke, Adelaide Wamstad and Wilma Larson spent the weekend in Minneapolis Minn. Weekend in Wisconsin JOICE--Mr. and Mrs. L. O. Randall of Joice and Mr. and Mr* Victor Randall of Lake Mills spent the weekend with relatives at Balsam lake. Returns to' Work DOUGHERTY -- Ralph Hogan has returned to work in the hardware store after suffering from an infected finger for the past week. At Parental Home GRAFTON--Ernest Walk of Iowa State Teachers college of Cedar Falls spent a few days at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Walk. Visit at Plymouth PLYMOUTH -- Miss Hildred Tennihill and her friend, Miss Elizabeth Langguth of St. Peter Minn., students at St. Olaf s col- FREE CONCERT IS SCHEDULED Garner High,School Musicians in Event to Be Held Friday GARNER--Boys and girls who will represent Garner high school in the vocal division of the sub- district music contest to be held the last of this month at Clear Lake will present their contest selections at a free, concert to b» held in the high school auditorium at 8 p. m. Friday. In charge of the presentation is Miss Evelyn Wads worth, who is serving her first year as director of vocal music in the Garner schools. Miss Gladys Cooper will present her senior verse choir in five selections,-this work having been introduced this year in the senior English department, of which Miss Cooper is instructor. Groups to be heard Friday night will be the mixed chorus, the boys' glee club, the mixed quartet, the girls' sextet, the boys' quartet and the girls' glee club. Soloists who will apepar are JoAnn Mertz, Leroy Barlow, Bethel Pollock, Dean .Kloock, and Jean Phillips. A collection will be taken to help defray contest expenses. The following Friday night, March 17, Don O. Anderson will present a concert featuring the instrumental soloists and groups who will compete in the Clear Lake contest under his direction. Jury Selected in Mikesh Case Being Heard at Allison ALLISON--A jury was picked Monday for the case of State of Iowa versus Leo Mikesh of Ackley who is charged with entering the Kesley bank with intent to rob. There are six men and six women on the jury. Belmond Rebekahs' Circle Has Meeting BELMOND--The Past Grand circle of the Rebekah lodge me Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. George Coburn. Assistan hostesses were Mrs. Louis M o e and Mrs. Addie Boughton. SCHOOL TO CLOSE MANLY -- The Manly publii schools will be closed for spring vacation next week. LEARNS OF DEATH MESERVEY--Mrs.' Carrie Reif received word Tuesday of th death of her aged uncle, the Rev Albers of Cedar Falls. Charles City Globe-Gazette OFFICE PHONE 1052 Office at 603 Riverside Drive News Correspondent, Phone 318 Don K. Sandell, Manager Residence Phone, 937-J BOOK GHAT ON CLUB PROGRAM Literature Group of Women's Clubs Hears of Current Volumes CHARLES CITY--There was a arge attendance at the meeting of the literature department of he Charles City Women's club T uesday afternoon in the Saint Charles hotel for the program on urrent books. Mrs. H. P. Shearer ubstituted for Mrs. H. A. Tolli- er in giving the book chat fol- owing the announcements by Mrs. Russell Nies, president. For the main program Mrs. Alon Sanders read a number of loems from Ogden Nash's 'book, I Am a Stranger Here Myself," vhich caused many chuckles v as he pointed thrusts of this modern joet were expressed in the new tyle meter. Some of the longer joems revealed the philosophy of he humorist who touched occa- ionally on political and interna- ional subjects. · Mrs. Nies announced the tickets ould be reserved for the concert o be given by Saint Olafs choir April IB in the high school audi- orium. The Women's club -is spon- oring the concert "without a profit motive but to continue the club's custom to bring something vorthwhile to the community each year. Mrs. O. L. Jacobs was elected a member of the nominating committee from the garden and home department CHARLES CITYANS WITH FLEET IN CARRIBEAN SEA CHARLES CITY--Three Charles City boys who-enlisted in, the U. S. navy are. on battleships with the U. S. fleet now on maneuvers in the Caribbean sea where 134 ships and hundreds of airplanes and carriers were reviewed by r-ssident Roosevelt recently. Marvin Smith, son of Mr. and Mrs. Millard Smith, is an expert gunner- on the battleship Maryland, one of the largest in the fleet. His parents recently had a letter from him mailed at Haiti. Richard Parent, son' of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Parent, is also on the same ship and Tom Waudby is on the battleship Pensecola. "Golgotha" Will Be Screened at Rake . School on March 16 CHARLES CITY--At a meeting of the P. T. A. Council it wa_s decided to present a motion picture of a religious nature during Lent in the,high school auditorium. The film "Golgotha" will be shown March 16. ' The council also made plans to have a schoql of instruction for the northeast district of Iowa Congress of Parents and Teachers to be held here April 25. LAST RITES FOR IDA NEHLS HELD Victim of Heart Disease Buried in Riverside Cemetery CHARLES CITY -- F u n e r a l services were held Wednesday afternoon in the Central Methodist church for Miss Ida-E. Nehls, 66, with the Rev. J. K. Hawkins and the Rev. W. F. Belling of St. Ansgar officiating, and burial was in Riverside cemetery. Miss Nehls had lived in this county all her life. She died Monday night in the Cedar Valley hospital of heart disease. She is survived by the following brothers and sisters: Theodore Nehls, Waterford, Wis.; Louis Nehls, Spokane, Wash.; Art Nehls, Floyd; Annie Nehls, Beaver Dam, Wis.; Ella Sweet, Minneapolis, Minn.; Clara Guenther,- Emma Squires, William and John. Nehls, Charles City. MOVE NEAR NILES CHARLES CITY--Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Swant, who were married in Austin, Minn., have moved or to a farm near Niles. Mrs. Swant was Mayme Meyers, daughter oJ Mr. and Mrs. G. F. Meyers. The ceremony took place In the Lutheran parsonage Monday. NO HONEYMOON AT EXPENSE OF. TAXPAYERS! CHARLES CITY, (IP) -- The Floyd county board of supervisors has ruled out honeymoons at the expense of the taxpayer. A resolution has been passed denying relief to any newly wedded persons until they have been married a year. Charles City Briefs CHARLES CITY--Mrs. Clarence Kellogg fell on the icy sidewalk and suffered a broken wrist. She is the fifth woman to be injured by falls during two days. The others are Mrs. John Josfen, Mrs. T. M. Parrish, Mrs. E. A. Pfenniger and Mrs. Ada Faulkner. Leo Schmitt had a major operation in the Cedar Valley hospital Tuesday. Dr. William Jay who was a veterinarian here for 20 years, has gone west to visit his brother and nephew in Arizona and Washington. He disposed of his, practice and may remain there permanently. William Fuller has accepted a position in the government arsenal at Rock Island, 111. Mrs. Fuller and children will remain here until school is closed. A. C. Sweeney is a patient in the Cedar Valley hospital. Frank Stanford has returned from a two months' stay with his son-in-law and daughter, Mr. anc Mrs. Walter Schaper, who live in Atlanta, Ga. Mr. and Mrs. Vern Merrill anc children will move to Nashua this week. The New- Hampton volleybal team had to cancel its-game with rlerd Improvement Meeting Planned in Hall at Gamer GARNER--A swine herd im- 1 provement meeting canceled some time ago because of bad weather will be held in the C. D. of A. ball at Garner beginning at 10 a. m. Monday, according to an announcement made by County Agent T. C. Petersen. Dr. E. K. Stouder and E. L. Quaife of the extension department of Iowa State college will come from Ames to conduct the meeting. the local Y. M. C. A. team Tuesday night on account of the illness of some of its members. Mrs. E. C. Webster, district deputy supreme worthy high priestess for the Order of White Shrine, will inspect the McGregor shrine this week. Last week she spent in Dubuque where she inspected the shrine and later went to Orangeville, 111., to visit her sister. DENTIST .PLATE WORK IB FIRST ST. CEDARRftPIDS SOUTH EAST DES MOINES MASON CITY SIOUX CITY Marie Hillier and Maurice Boyd Wed at Long Beach, Cal. CHARLES CITY--Miss Marie Hillier, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hillier, and Maurice Boyd, Long Beach, Cal., son of H. S. Boyd of Indianapolis, Ind., were married ' in Long Beach Lutheran church Feb. 25. The couple was attended by Mr. and Mrs. O. F. Grimm, aunt and uncle of the bride. Mrs. Boyd is a graduate of the Charles City high school and for the last six months has been employed at Compton, CaL The Canary Islands derived their name from "canis," the Latin word for dog, because early visitors found extremely large dogs on the islands. ; ppealmg Feminine Fashions for Spring! HUSTLE WITHOUT BUSTLE We're- huslleu when; .occasion." demands; t- - -v . j but we don't male any .noiscdboulit. Ourser/4 lege, Northfield, Minn.,-spent the weekend with Miss Tenniliill's mother, Mrs. Josephine Tennihill. Are From Independence RUDD--Mr. and Mrs. Will Klinkel of Independence visited with her father, Herman Ebers. Home From Hospital _ DOWS--Mrs. Frank Johnson and infant daughter, Cherrill Ann, returned from the Lutheran hospital in Hampton. Goes to Chicago POPEJOY--Clell Kelly, who came from Poison, Mont., a few months ago -for a visit with his sister,.Mrs. Don Hurd pjid family went to Chicago, III., Saturday Taken fo New Home DOWS--Mrs. A. M. Bryan, who has been staying in the Arthur Anderson home, was taken to her new home in Popejoy Sunday Iowa Cityans Visit ALEXANDER--Mr. and Mrs Leroy Stoffer of Iowa City visited Saturday in the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Stoffer Leave for Far West FENTON--Mr. and Mrs. Hildreth Pettit and son, Ronny, and Mr. and Mrs. George Pettit, left Sunday for San Francisco, Cal where they will visit relatives and attend the world's fair. Return to School · CORWITH-Harriet Gouge and Margaret Bunting returned ' to their school work at Iowa State Teachers college - in Cedar Falls Monday. Speaks on KGLO PROTIVIN--The Rev. w. Hradecky returned home from Mason City and he also was heard over KGLO at Mason City. Visit at Lonerock LONEROCK--Mrs. Dora Laabs has had as guests, Mrs. Ida Krause, son Herbert, daughter Leona, of Berlin, Wis., and Enno Polzin of Barnsville, Wis. They were enroute to their home from California where they have been visiting relatives at Pasadena. Mrs. Laabs, recently returned from there. Begins Revivals FERTILE -- The Rev. Oscar puverson of Aurora, 111., arrived in Fertile Tuesday morning to start a revival campaign at the Fertile Gospel mission. Visitor at Jolce JOICE--La Verne Gangs!e, a student nurse at the Kahler School of Nursing at Rochester, spent Sunday at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sever Gangsie. Politicians know when the party in power is slipping. It trios to get all of its faithful jobholders into the civil service.--Kewance I Star-Courier, OmtintSmeart separately doth, new colors Highly Styled Spring FOOTWEAR Smart, New Colors Perky, New, and Smart! H A T S Spring Beauties! 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