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WEDNESDAY, MARCH 3, 1939 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE TEACHERS CONVENE AT CEDAR FALLS ON MARCH 18 ct ai y e ' re. ust Fo pe 150 EXPECTED AT CONFERENCE Dr. Eva May Luse to Preside Over Part of Program CEDAR FALLS--At least 150 Iowa elementary and junior high school mathematics teachers are expected to attend the tilth annual conference on the teaching of arithmetic, at the Iowa State Teachers college, Saturday, March 18. Dr. Henry Van Engcn, head oÂ£ the Teachers college mathematics department, has announced the conference theme as "Teaching to Build Concepts." The mathematics department, the extension service and the teaching department jointly, sponsor the meeting. Dr. Lane to Speak 1 Off-campus speakers include Dr. Ruth Lane, University high school, Iowa City, who will speak before both morning and afternoon sessions. Two other off-campus visitors will also talk before an afternoon discussion: William Talcott, Iowa Falls high school, and Katherine Young, Sloane Wallace junior high school, Waterloo. Including talks, demonstrations, and discussions, the conference gets underway in the Campus School auditorium at 9:45 a. m. with Ira S. Condit, head emeritus of the mathematics department, presiding. Dr. Luse Presides Dr. Eva May Luse, head of the department of teaching, will preside over the noon luncheon in the Commons. C. W. Webster, mathematics department, heads the elementary school discussion in the afternoon, and Emma F. Lambert, mathematics department, heads the junior high discussion. Â· Other speakers include Miss Lou A. Shepherd, extension service; Dr. Van Engen: Miss Ethel Titzsimons, Campus school: Frieda Peter, critic-in-training: Miss Annabelle . Pollock and Miss Dora Kearney, Campus school. [Accepts Position in Hawaii School Tom B. Purcell, Editor, Heads Iowa Falls C. of C. Elected at Annual Meeting; Pick New Members of Board It A 31 P T O X -- Miss Clara Blank, H. D. A., who resigned her position here last February, lias accepted a position with the extension service of the University of Honolulu and will sail March 29 from Los Angeles on the S. S. Monterey for Hawaii. She will be located on the island of Hawaii in the Kona district. IOWA FALLS--Editor Tom B. Pureell of the Iowa Falls Citizen was elected president of the Iowa Falls Chamber of Comerce at the annual meeting Monday night. Five new members of the board of directors were also chosen: W. K. Armentrout, C. E. Burton, E. A. Franklin, John Kaplan and C. H. Warnock. The other members of the board are 1. B. Bleeker, N. S. Huntington, Ralph McCalure, ft. W. Worth, Dave Steel, Jr., V. | L. Klove and Vance Kinsey. j Mr. Kinsey was elected vice president, and Miss Bernice Clark, who has been acting secretary since the death of Charles H. Benedict, was chosen secretary. Ten members were appointed for the Merchants Bureau, as follows: W. K. Armentrout, G. F.* Chiquet, Rev. Dean, Vance Kinsey, V. L. Klove, C. W. Peterson, V. C. Sprout, David Steel, Jr., A. E. Westbury and R. \V. Worth. TOM B. PURCELL INTERMENT FOR MRS.ONDRASHEK Rites Conducted at Fort Atkinson for 1 76 Year Old Woman LIME SPRINGS MAN, RETIRED FARMER, 95, DIES AT HOME LIME SPRINGS -- John J. Hughes, 95, pioneer settler and retired farmer, died at his home Sunday. He leaves two sons and two daughters. \\ I SPILLVILLE--Funeral services were held at the St. John's church at Fort Atkinson, Tuesday morning for Mrs. Jake Ondrashek. 70, who was a resident of near Spillville until the last ten years, when ' they retired to Fort Atkinson. Ten children born to this union -were Will nnd Charles or SpiUville, John of Canada. FranK of Montana, Mrs. Anton Goresky. Minneapolis, Mrs. Anton Berst. Fort Atkinson. Mary, Anna, Mrs. John Swehla, Mrs. John Pavlovcc. preceded her in death. She was a member of St. Ann's society. MRS. STEFFEN HEAD OF P. E. 0, Officers Elected at Annual Meeting Held by Forest City Club i'OREST CITY--At the annual DR. EVA MAY LUSE --Presides at Luncheon Little Cedar School Election Is March 13 Catherine Ybarro, Native of Mexico, Is Dead at Manly MANLY -- Catherine ' dieo^ Tuesday following a illness. The funeral mass will be held Thursday morning at 9 o'clock in Sacred Heart church. Manly, with burial in Manly- Mrs. Ybarro was born Nov. 25, 1875, in Guanaporto, Mexico. . Ybarro month's Leland Ladies Aid Plans for Meeting PLAN RITES OF JOICE WOMAN Mrs. Segre Napper, 90, to Be Interred Thursday Afternoon JOICE -- Funeral services will be held at 2 o'clock Thursday afternoon at the Bethany church for Mrs. Segre Napper, 90, who died Monday Irom complications of old age. The Rev. L. F. Scheie will officiate in both the English and in the Norwegian languages. Burial will take.place at the Concordia cemetery. She is survived by one sister, Mrs. Torge Evenson o! Joice; seven nieces, Laura and Helen Midboe, Mrs. Walter Fellaiid, Mrs. Osear Bang, Mrs. Theodore Huso and Anna Evenson, all of Joice, .Â· * i T T? -\ Â· ,, !,,,,,,! i and Mrs. George Brasen of Clear meeting of the P. E. O. sisterhood . nephews, Knut Midboe. held Monday evening in the home John; RÂ£n * Â· Elmer Ey _ 01 Mrs Oscar Navum. the follow- | |Â· and Carl Â£ ing officers were elected for the : _ ensuing year: President, Mrs. B. bon OI A. Steffen; vice president, Mrs. R. R. Jacobs; recording secretary, Miss Charlotte Bridge; corresponding secretary. Miss Gretchen Hoadley; treasurer, Mrs. B. J. Perry; chaplain. Mrs. Oscar Tva- rum; guard. Mrs. George D. Eaton; pianist, Mrs. L. D. Prewitt; and custodian, Mrs. O. N. Gjellefald. Mrs. B. A. Steffen was elected delegate to the state convention in Cedar Rapids in May and to the national convention in Houston, Tex., in September, and Mrs. L. D. Prewitt. alternate. A 6:30 buffet supper served Tjy Mrs. Narum and Miss Gretchen Hoadley preceded the business meeting. CONDUCT RITES OFMRS.ROWEN Husband Served as Consul in Faulkland Islands and Chile R O W A N -- Funeral services were held Monday afternoon in the Rowan Congregational church for Mrs. Mary Rowen, 90, who died in her home Saturday after j long illness.. The Rev. Robert | Grigsby was in charge. Burial was j in the Evergreen cemetery. ; Pallbearers were Lem Rowen, j Joe Rowen, Clarence Lindsay, Cecil Harris, Henry Aldridge and | Will Eingham. i Mrs. Rowen was of pioneer Â· stock and taught her first term of school before she was 15 years of age and taught for several years in Wright and Humboldt counties. She lived in the Falkland Islands, South America, for seven years, where her husband was appointed United States consul arid was transferred to Punta Areanas, Chile, where they lived for six years. ! She is survived by her five children, Mrs. Maggie Templeton of Clarion, Mrs. Josephine Bradfield of Spirit Lake, Mrs. Winnefred Felton of Port Stanley, Falkl a n d Island, South America, Charles of Rowan, and Ja_mes of Clarion. * Car Is Buried Under Snow This picture of It. K. Martin's automobile was taken when the excavating was half finished in a ditch between Imogene and Hastings. Mr. Martin, Shcnandoah high school teacher, was forced to abandon it during a blizzard Monday night when the car slipped into a ditch. It was four days before the car was dugr out. Poles were used to probe the ditch and drifts in the hunt. (Iowa Daily Press photo.) WOMEN'S DAY AT IOWA STATE Sister Antonia Is Guest Speaker for Annual Ames Event . AMES--Sister Antonia, mother superior at the College of St. Catherina, St. Paul, Minn., will be the guest speaker at the second anual Women's day at Iowa State college Thursday. Her first appearance will be at a convocation of home economics students under the direction of Marguerite Root, Ames, Thursday morning. She will speak again at a formal dinner Thursday evening. Lucille Watson, Evanston, 111,, will be toastmistress for the evening. One hundred twenty-five I women students who are leaders | in organized houses and campus activities will attend. Existence of | Mrs. S. P. Ellis to "Dog-Napping' Racket Learned Creamery Operators Association Meets in Stacyville Hall S T A C Y V I L L E--The Iowa Creamery Operators association will hold a banquet and convention at Visitation hall Thursday. St. Mary's parish aid will prepare and serve the banquet. Specialty numbers from here will include the Stacyville Little German band and the famed Stacyville quartet. Speakers will be heard. BOONE, UP)--Recovery of a valuable pet water spaniel by Harley Reed, Boone grocer, has led to the belief a "dog-napping 1 ' racket is being operated here. Reed found his dog, missing two or three weeks, at the Iowa State college veterinarian department in Ames, where it had been sold for experimental purposes. Several other Boone dogs are missing. j Judge Exhibits for Emmetsburg Women EMMETSBURG, (/P) -- M r s . Sarah Porter Ellis of the Iowa State college extension service will judge township exhibits at a county-wide rural women's homo economics exhibit here March 22. Farm Bureau authorities estimate 1,300 Palo Alto county women participated in home economics work last year. OBSERVE ANNIVERSARY OS AGE--Mr. and Mrs. G. O. Lashhrook are giving a dinner at the Rose Room of the Cleveland hotel Thursday evening in observance of their twenty-fifth wedding anniversary. DECL1NES CALL SHENANDOAH, (/P)--The Rev. E. F. Hammond, pastor of North Presbytei'ian church, Omaha, lias declined a call to become pastor of the First Presbyterian church here. The Rev. Mr. Hammond was not a candidate. Josephine Kosatka Funeral Services Planned Thursday SPILLVILLE--Funeral sen-ices will be held far Josephine Kosatka at the St. \Venceslaus church Thursday morning at 10 o'clock with the Rev. J. P. Broz nnd the Rev. V. J. Hlubek officiating. She died at the Winneshiek county home Monday evening after a lingering illness. She leaves two brothers, Adolph Kosatka of Balsom Lake, Wis., and James Kosatka, Sr., Spillville. School Election at Coulter on March 13 COULTER--The annual school election of the Coulter independent district will be held Monday, March 13. A director for the term of three years will be elected to succeed Roy Juhl. The election is to be held at the city hall. Aid chur LELAND-- T h e Ladies | Our Savior's Lutheran will meet at the parish i Thursday afternoon with Mrs. I Marion Huglen and Mrs. A. D. LITTLE CEDAR -- The regular i Branslad as hostesses. The topic school election of the Little Cedar | "The Christian and His Church Consolidated school district will 1 Work'' will be given by Mi's. Wai- "h | New Gymnasium for Ventura Discussed at Public Meeting be held at the schoolhouse March 13 with polls open from 12 until 7 p. m. Ford Hill is" the director whose term expires. He will be a candidate for re-election, term of ! office to be three years. ter Ambroson. Â·f? For Prompt, Reliable Service-Send It to Photon t- T i F A N J F R c ; CLEANERS | South American Tnp AMES. WP)--State Entomologist Carl J. Drake, who returned recently from a four month trip through South America, said he observed people of tliat continent have "a very friendly feeling" toward the United States. Drake, accompanied by Charles H. Richardson, Iowa state college entomologist, traveled 16,000 miles, much of it by plane, studying grasshopper control in South America, especially in Argentina. V E N T U R A -- A community meeting was held at the schoolhouse Monday evening for the purpose of discussing the erection o[ a new gymnasium. Miss Hazel Thomas and Mr. Hamilton of Mason City were the speakers. - : . The Commercial club served) lunch after the meeting. Election will be held Monday March 13. MRS. RIEKENS, BELMOND, DIES Funeral Services for German Native to Be Held Friday B E LM O ND--Funeral services for Mrs. Ailt Riekens, 75, will be held Friday afternoon at the 1m- manuel Reformed church with the Rev. O. G. Pappen officiating. Mrs. Riekens died at 3 o'clock Tuesday morning at her home. Mrs. Riekens was 1 born Aug. 13. 18G3, at Simnuold, Germany. When 17 years old she came with her parents to America and settled in Butler county. In 1888 she was married to Mr. Riekens and for 10 years they lived on a farm in Butler county. In 1900 they moved to a farm east of Belmond where they lived until March 9 of last year at which time they moved to Belmond. She has been in ill-health since moving to nest General Aid Plans on Pot-Luck Supper BELMOND--The members of . the general aid of the Congrega- l tional church plan to have their ! _ I monthly meeting Thursday eve- *-* : ning at the church parlors. Fol- i DfUCe More than 1.200 registered bulls I 'owing the meeting a pot-luck' were pk' She leaves her husband and eight children, Minnie Riekens at home; Mrs. Ella Wessels; Mary Faulhaper; Henry and Herman Riekens, all of Belmond; Nellie Meinders oÂ£ Buffalo Center; Jennie Albright, Clear Lake; Lottie Meinders of Garner; 24 grandchildren and 5 great grandchildren. than 1.200 registered bulls! lowing Hie meeting a pot-luck! . o 1 .need in LouiMunn during | supper will be served. The hus- AmCS JDeaKS at the state's livestock im- bands will be guests at the sup- | ,," , ' -'F^TM aL Wesley and Algona LEARNED WHEN I BEGAN GLAD CHANGED CAMELS LIGHT CAMEL Telephone Laboratory in the World works for You ALGONA -- Bruce Kilpatrick. from the Ames state college ex- j tension department, spoke before i a group meeting at Wesley Mon- j day afternoon and before the j Kossulh county Flower club Monday evening which met at the Algona public library. j His subject was on soils and j fertilisers. ' The Kossulh Flower club which ' is planning a tulip show this May appointed Mrs. W. K. Ferguson and Miss Ella Thompson to select the date and XV. A. Button to find a place suitable to stage the show. SM Â°F K .NO' CAMELS NEVER JANGLE THE NERVES District Court Work at Osage Finished OSAGE--Judge M. H. Kepler j returned to his home at North- ' wood Tuesday after spending the j past four weeks conducting dis- I trict court here. His work in the ' main has been hearing forclosures. Thirty-five were listed in the docket, 14 of them set for trial and of these last, nine have been heard and entries made. The judge may possibly return next week to hear more of them. If not. they wili be carried over to the May term. All of the judges in this distrk-t have had to re-arrange their work during the past couple of terms and preside at courts during Judge M. F. Edward's schedule as he has been confined to his home by sickness since last fall. because we are a part of the nation-wide Bel! System Every telephone user in this city shares the benefits of the centralized research of the Bell Telephone Laboratories. From these laboratories have come most of the advances in telephone communication. It is not practical for this Company fay itself to maintain a research organization of the size and icope of the Bell Laboratories. But because we are united "with other Bell companies in a nation-wide system, each company receives full benefit of Bell System research. Your telephone service is provided by hometown mea and women backed by the nation-wide Bell System. As a. result, you have better telephone equipment and better service, at lower cost, than otherwise would be possible. You are cordially inviteJ to visit the Bell System exhibit when you attend the New York and San Francisco World's Fain.