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^^ EltJHT -~ji BERKES OF CRESGO MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE. FEBRUARY 20 RESULTS GIVEN AT DAIRY WEEK Eckhart of Algona High in Butter Judging in Ames Contest. \ AMES--N. E. Fabricius, Ames, by scoring one-fourth of a point more than August N. Berkes, Cresco, won the national butler scoring contest held as a feature ot Dairy Industry week at Iowa State college. Results of the butter scoring contest and three judging contests were announced at the Dairy club banquet Friday night. Fabricius, a brother of Mariin of Osage, enlered a tub of butter which scored 94.50. Berkes' entry scored 94.25. And the butter entered by Otto F. Neger, Strawberry Point, scored 94. Iowa's monopoly of the first three places in the butter scoring contest was not maintained in the judging events. Out-of-sta^e contest anls broke into the top three rankings in each of these. Alfred. Ulrich, Sisseton, S. Dak., won first place in the butter judging contest. Leonard Aswegan, .Parkersburg, was second and Bruce Eckhart, Algona, third. E. R. Fox, Des Moines, won the ice cream judging contest, placing ahead of L. D. Roy, Baton Rouge, La., and J. C. Overland, Waterloo. Bert Aldrich, Des Moines, won the milk judging contest. O. M. Eoe, Sioux City, was second and Edward A. Layton, Sterling, 111., :-: HERE AND THERE-: Miscellaneous Items From 125 Globe-Gazette 'Correspondents :_ North Ibwd'Qnd Southern Minnesota SCORING m was third. Dairy Industry Week, which featured short course instruction in ice. cream, market milk and butter production, ended officially with the Dairy Club banquet. Approximately 160 persons from more.'than a score of states attended the 5-day program. Corwith Vet Works A t t e n d s 3 Daily, Services on Sunda CORWITH -- Wednesday, Feb 24, will be a great day for A. A Johnson, pioneer e d i t o r anc printer, who on that day will celebrate his ninety-fifth birthday anniversary. Mr. Johnson takes a keen pleasure in being the oldest resident of Corwiih, where he came to make his home 49 years ago. He is also the last Civil war veteran in Corwith, On Sunday his daughter, Miss Portia, will entertain a group of 10 old friends in his -honor and on Thursday evening Mr.; Johnson will attend the February birthday party held by members of the First Baptist church. Mr. Johnson is enjoying better health than usual this winter. He has not had a sick spell for two years. While he does not take so many, of the long walks that he so enjoys, he works daily in his print shop next to his residence and sets two columns of type for "nhrisHan TWnffoT-c 1 ' it-i 4Vi n r* nr * Home' From Hospital. HUTCHINS -- Mrs, H e r m a n Dallman is at home again after nearly two weeks spent in the general hospital at Algona following a major operation. Her sister, Lillian Swanson of Chicago, who las.been at Dallman's since early n January, plans to remain until Mrs. Dallman's health is considerably improved. Are From Wisconsin. DOUGHERTY -- Mr. and Mrs. Peter Merefeld, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Merefeld, Mr. and Mrs. .ioyd Knudson and Miss Mary Jpdahe of La Crosse, Wis., came Vedriesday to attend the funeral Thursday of F. E. Barker. Move From Farm. RAKE--Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hus- Idn, who formerly farmed southwest of Rake, moved into the residence owned by Gus Johnson. Taken to Iowa City. DUMONT -- Clarence Conrad, son of Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Holmes, who has been suffering the past six months from a bone infection, was taken to Iowa City again for further treatment. He returned home Wednesday and still has his leg in a cast but is able to get about on crutches. Entertained by H. E. Girls. S WALED ALE--The home economics girls, with their teacher Miss Ruth Allen, entertained the directors and other officers and their wives and the school faculty at a three course dinner Wednesday evening. There were 30 guests. Return From Decorah. CALMAB--Mrs. Mark Broihier and son returned Tuesday from the Decorah hospital. Submits to Operation. ACKLEY -- Abel Abbas wa taken to the Lutheran hospita Hampton, and Thursday submit ted to an operation for gall blad der trouble. Demonstration Is Given. ROCKWELL--Fourteen Know Your State A Foci'a Day About I oway I Public schooling grounds have been established in 16 counties in Iowa. Game production areas have been developed in co-operation with the biological unit of the state planning board in 19 counties. A total ol 743,500 pounds of feed has been distributed during the winter months and 427( emergency f--ding stations and shelters have been built to protect wild-life. Sixty-one game refuges, suitable for migratory waterfowl and upland game birds have been established. Leave for Chicago. BUFFALO CENTER--Mr. and of Bath and Geneseo townships local home project leaders, met a the home of Mrs. R. T. Lumsden Thursday at which time a canned meat demonstration was conductec under the leadership of Florence Zollinger, home demonstrator foi the Farm Bureau. Twelve o'clock dinner was served at the Lumsden lome. Called (n Nebraska. CALMAR--Mrs. N. A. Klein left or Dinklelon, Nebr., called there jy the serious illness of her mother, who is suffering pneu- Are Parents of Son. HUDD-r-A 10 pound son was born "Christian Matters" in the" with Hustler each week. Cor- Mr. Johnson has worked continuously in a print shop for 80 years and was the editor of the first newspaper published in Cor- ·vvilh, the Corwith Crescent, now the Corwith Hustler. He attends three church services each Sunday and takes an active part in the services. Mr. Johnson uses the telephone whenever he desires and he hears so well that a radio on in the same room doesn't bother him a bit. Brunner Heads Nora · Springs Club; Plans for Hall Discussed NORA SPRINGS--At a meet- Ing of the Commercial and Agricultural club the following officers were elected: Frank Brunner, president; Verne Steidl, vice president; L. V, Jacobson, secretary; Frank Mungcr, treasurer. The directors nre Claude Tatum, A r t h u r Quinby, Carl Engeseth, Fred Frese and N. A. Sehuver. A project, for beautifying the Shell Rock river will be discussed at the next meeting. A community hall or gymnasium was discussed and will be reported on and discussed at the.coming meeting. 27 Boxes of Clothinsr Shipped. ALLISON--The various towns and organizations of the county have responded in fine shape to the appeal for funds for the sufferers in the flood district. Mrs. Clarence Shirer, county chairman of the Red Cross, reports that $2,394.68 has ben sent. On Friday 27 large boxes of clothing were shipped to St. Louis, Mo. This clothing had all been sorted and labeled. Return From Business Trip LONEROCK--Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rahn returned from a business trip to Dodge Center, Minn. Roy Leeper, who visited at Albert Lea, returned wtih them. COMPLETE Speedometer and Wiper Service Central Auto Electric Co. t'iionc 101 ""' 111 St. S. W. o Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Moore early Friday morning. Old Books Rebound FAULKNER--The Farm Bureau Women's club of Osceola township had an all day meeting and training school at the home of Mrs. William Diamond Wednesday. The lesson on "Book Binding and the Selection of Electric Lamps" was presented by. Miss Clara Blank, home demonstration agent. Some valuable old books were rebound and repaired. Visits in Minneapolis. LAKE MILLS--Mrs. A. F. Ruby is in Minneapolis where she is visiting her two sons and daughters. Only Two Absent. RICEVILLE--The Royal Home Workers club had a full attendance with but two members absent, at the home of. Mrs. Edith Smith on Thursday. The lesson on architecture was given by Mrs John Stowt. The next meeting will be with Mrs. Laura Black. Entertained by Losers. PLYMOUTH--The Farmers Wives and Daughters club will be entertained at the J. P. Lair home Saturday night by the losers in the attendance contest for the past year. The Lair's live 6 miles southeast of Plymouth. Junior Band Heard. NORA SPRINGS--The P. T A meeting was held in the hig school auditorium. Mr. Gary di reeled the junior band in its firs public concert, giving six num bers. The Girls' Glee club imde the direction of Miss Charlotte Severson accompanied by Mis Barbara Russell, sang two numbers. The Methodist young peopl gave, a one act play, "When the Toast Burns." Mrs. Jay Lindsay accompanied by Miss Severson offered a vocal solo. Demonstration Is Given. R I C E VILLE--Representa lives of the Bell Telephone company of Mason City and Osage gave an illustrated demonstration and talk on advanced ideas in wire and radio communication at the high Mrs. Joe Larson left Friday for Chicago to spend a few days. Parents'of Daughter. ALGONA--Mr. and Mrs. Chet JJilhnger are parents of a 7V, pound daughter at the Kossuth hospital Friday morning. She has been named Jean Marie and is their first child. Mr. Dillinger is employed at the Algona bakery. Leaves for Wyoming. ROCKWELL--J. P. McEvoy left Thursday for Parco, Wyo., where his sister, Mrs. Kenneth Meyer resides. Plan High School Deelam. MESERVEY--The high school declamatory contest will be held in the gym auditorium Saturday evening. This date was made necessary on account of the baske ball tournament at Thornton, i which some of the students wer taking part. Will Inspect Chapter. HAMPTON--A special rrieetin of Franklin chapter, O. E S wil when Institutions Are Described. ELMA--Today's club met at the home of Mrs. J. H. Lyford with 12 members present. The lesson was in charge of Mrs. Herman Lammers assisted by Mrs. John Beecher. The history, progress and achievements of Annapolis, Bryn Mawr and Johns Hopkins university were the subjects of the pro"-am. . Quartet Gives Concert. GENEVA -- A. Piney Woods male quartet, attending the Conservatory of music at Iowa Falls lave a concert at the Methodist church Wednesday evening after tne Fellowship supper. Meets at Bochmann Home. .AREDALE--The Woman's missionary society of the Evangelical church held an all day meeting at he home of Mr. and Mrs. O H Bochmann. In Ihe afternoon a comforter was tied to be sent to he Red Cross to be used for the looa sufferers. ^Visits in Long- Beach. GOODELL--Mrs. Laton Avery s enjoying a vacation with rela- ives in Long Beach, Cal. She was ccompanied by Mrs. Gladys Bennett of Garner. ,?,V ?^ A "J' rosram Given. ;-------·* ^n;ijia,g wjiei Mrs. Eva Burrows of Dumont will inspect the chapter. A luncheon honoring Mrs. Burrows will be served at the Coonley hole! at I o clock after which a school of instruction will be held. Meets Former Residents. NORA SPRINGS-Miss Olive Spoils who with the Spoils family s spending the winler in southern California writes they attended he funeral of Joe Kay and met Del Kay, Rob Shanks and Charlie Sheckler. All four were former esidenls of Nora Springs. . Home From Iowa City BRITT--Frank Casler drove T1 V ursda y to got his Mr. in Casler school auditorium to the advanced classes and to the employes of the local telephone company Wednesday. Will Direct Play. R I C E VILLE--Mason Wilkes, who is here -spending a short vacation with his mother and other relatives will direct a home talent play for the M. E. aid society. Returns From Rochester. KANAWHA--Mr. and Mrs. A B. Hcrdman returned -_... to their home Thursday night from Rochester. Minn., where Mr. Herdman has been a patient, following a major operation. In Omaha, on Business. BRITT--Mr. and Mrs. Carl Korneisel have been in Omaha this week on business. Mrs. Korneisel's sister, Mrs. E. G. Joy, of Fort Dodge is here staying with the Korneisel children. 50 Attend Supper THORNTON-The Eastern Star and Masonic lodges held their annual pot luck supper. About 50 were present. The evening was spent playing 500, hearts and monopoly. vi h o s vife who has been a patient in the University hospital. J »£ a / e to go bac month for a checkup. _ . * l ' e Barents of Son. GARNER-- Born to Mr. and Wrs. Harry Moe, a seven and one- half pound son Thursday in their home near Garner. The Moes have three daughters. Visit in Des Moines. THOMPSON-Mr. and Mrs. Howard Lathrop, Mrs. Gay Hovland and Mrs. Alice Shuttelworth were Des Moines visitors Friday Musical Program Given. CLARION-- Mrs. Earl Miner was hostess Thursday afternoon to 22 members and 7 guests of the Kensington club. Mrs. Charles «iyne who is chairman of the music committee, presented the fol- rh Vll , g ' 3ro l ' am: Vocal solo, Charles Payne; piano duet, Mrs. C. M Morrison and Mrs. Cliff Campbell; women's quartet, Mrs. Or- Mr 6 n°T tf r^ l " S - Rcbel ' ta Wilson Mrs C.J. Christiansen and Mrs. hr J?? Pa y ne . accompaniment by Mrs Cliff Campbell, and vocal solo by Mrs. Jay Vendelboe, accompanied by Mrs. Charles Hansen Home From West. NORA SPRINGS-- Lester Dieg- al, son of Mr. and Mrs. Adam Diegel, who has been in the west since Christmas, returned home J-hursday morning. He visited his brother, Harold, and friends at Los Angeles and other points i California and his sister, Mrs Ma Del Diegel Stark, and the Wil Apcl family at Phoenix, Ariz. Was in Des Moines. BRADFORD-- Paul Newton . a business caller in Des Moines i i, v ,j -"- Parent-Teachers' lub held a monthly meeting in he high school auditorium Tues- ay evening. The program includ- a a quartet from Clarion, recitations from Miss Shaffer's class laylel, "Benefits Fdrgol," by loyd Allen, Howard Box and H. ·· Pesch, cornet solo by Jackie 3urt, patriotic songs by Miss Uivens class, vocal solo by Loren ·S??A ey ' and diaraeterization of WHO queslions and answei Home From Hancock SWALEDALE -- Mrs. Gerald Bender, who was called to' the bedside of her mother. Mrs. King in Hancock, Iowa, has returned TM?nheTMth h e r " mUCh im ~ DO^H'ER^^T-htRev: Arthur Merefeld of Cincinnati, Ohio came Thursday, called by the death of his brother-in-law F E Barker. ' ' Bleefs at KANAWHA Woman's club AGED WOMAN AT OSAGE DIES Rites for Mrs. Sayre, 90, Sunday Afternoon Announced. DOSAGE--Mrs. Margaret Savre au, pioneer resident of Osage, died Friday afternoon at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Mary Watson She succumbed to infirmities of old age. Born in Norway Jan. 15, 1847 she came to Wisconsin at the age of 14 and twenty-five years ago moved with her family to Osage from near Kensett. She was married 65 years ago to Knute Savre who preceded her in death 10 years ago. Surviving are eight children, Dr. Sam Savre and Dr, Louis Savre, who founded the Savre hospital at Osage, Clarence Savre, Mrs. Watson, all o£ Osage; Mrs. T. J. Glasscock of Hawarden, Mrs ""TM- A ~ J ' Winefred, Retired Letter Carrier Now Student at Luther Starts to College After Efforts at Loafing Irk Him. DECORAH--When Dick Roberg, veteran mail carrier in Decorah, retired after 33 years of service as a city carrier in 1933 he, like many others who retire from active life, was at a loss to know "what to do.". Having Oscar Anderson of Mont., and Edward Savre of Cooperstown, N.- Dak. Funeral services will be held at 2:30 o'clock Sunday afternoon at the Osage. Lutheran church, the Rev. H. M. Solem in charge and burial here. Charles City News - The met Wednesday evening at the home of Mrs Knute Foseji. The topic studied was na- jonal parks. Papers were given by Mrs. C. C. Lucas, Mrs. A. B. Holm and Mrs. G. L. Benscholer Were in MarshaltloiTM. ROWAN-Mr.'and Mrs. Lester Glass spent Tuesday in Marshall- own. EJ. BENTLEY, 93, SUCCUMBS Body of Mrs. Zimmerman Taken to Charles City for Interment. CHARLES CITY -- Edgar J Bentley, 93, died at 5:30 Friday night following an illness of three weeks. He had a stroke at that time and gradually weakened. Mr Bentley was born in Orisky Falls, N. Y., and came west at the age of 21 when he settled in Illinois. Later he brought his family to Kanawha t? radford . near Nashua. Thirtv- five years ago he moved to Charles City where he retired from business. He is survived by his wife two daughters, Grace S. and Eva F., at home, George E. Bentley a jeweler in Charles.City and Ray J. Bentley, McAHen, Texas. Mr. Bentley was a member of the Congregational church for Returns to Illinois. SWALEDALE--Mrs. Fred Lews, who spent several months with J V ves here and in CIear Lake nd Mason City, returned to her home in Champaign, 111. Home From Hospital. SON -- Mrs. George Grey and baby daughter returned home from an Algona hospital. Submit to Operations. ROCKWELL--LeHoy Behr and Victor Parks each underwent an operation for appendicitis at the Rockwell hospital Thursday morning. Officers Are Elected. HANLONTOWN -- T h e telephone company held the annual meeting with the following result- President, Carl Kaasa; vice president, Alfred Kingland; secretary- treasurer, E. E. Ronglin. Returns From Hospital. KANAWHA--Chester Powers returned from Des Moines where he has been receiving treatment at the Veterans hospital. Melvin Severson submitted to a major operation the first of the week at the hospital and his condition is satisfactory. years. Funeral Thursday. _ ~,, s . uimits to Operation. ROWAN--Mac Thomas, whose farm joins the town of Rowan was operated on for appendiciti: Births Arc Reported DUMONT-A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Oilman Lursen A 6 pound girl was born Feb. 16 to Mr. and Mrs. Carl Freese. They have one other little girl. A 9$ pound girl was bom Feb, 18 to Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Ray o f near oreene at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. V. C. Early S Ra V V :? S form ^y Margaret iarly, a Butler county courthouse employe. Given Surprise Parly. DOWS--A number of friends of Mrs. Anna Scofield surprised her I'riday afternoon when they appeared with well filled baskets to spend a pleasant afternoon with lor and enjoy the delicious lunch they had brought. Leaves for Ohio. LAKE MILLS--The Rev. L F Focht, pastor of the Methodist church, left Wednesday for Ohio o visit his father who is quite old. Ulany Arc.Guesls. GRAFTON--Mr. and Mrs. Roy Buechele entertained at dinner Thursday evening Mr. and Mrs. Pete Fromm and son of Mason City, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Gullick- on of Rock Falls and Mr. and vfrs. Charles Bistline, Evelyn Edward, Russel Bistline of Maon City. Mrs. Guycr Hostess. BUFFALO CENTER--The Past Matrons club of the O. E. S. met vith Mrs. Guyer Thursday night? Mrs. Zeiger Hosless. GARNER--Mrs. M. N. ZeiRe was hostess to the 12 members o the Pink Tea club in her home a a 1 o clock luncheon Friday. Prize for bridge went to Mrs. F. W Zei ger, high, and Mrs. R. W. Specht low. The members of the local P E. O. chapter met with Mrs. M N Zeiger Wednesday afternoon. Mrs b. W. Lee gave the lesson on tin Thames river. Mrs. Baumann III. . GRAFTON-Mis. A. Baumam is seriously ill at her home south of Grauon. O. E. S. School Held. THOMPSON--Mrs. Laura Lentz of Mason City, instructor for Eastern Star lodges, held a school of instruction Thursday afternoon and evening in the Masonic hall A dinner was served at the Samuelson cafe. Are Parents of Son LONEROCK--A 7% pound boy was born Tuesday to Mr. and Mrs Francis Foley. Moving to Wells. MESERVEY-The Roy Claus family is moving soon to Wells Minn., where a farm has been purchased. Sister Is Dead. BRADFORD--E. W. Schollian received n message Friday that his s'.ster, Mrs. J. M. Blackstone, had died. Besides her brother, she is survived by two sons and four daughlers and a sisler, Mrs. W F Dunn of Boone. T,^TMJ vcn Far cwcll Party. ROCK FALLS--Mrs. R. V. Wilkinson entertained the Ladies Aid society at her home Friday after- loon m honor of Mrs. Oke Boles Mrs. Carl Coonrod and Mrs. Nickerson who are moving March 1 .he afternoon was spent informal- Bazar Is Planned. ROWAN--The Ladies Aid soei- ty of the Methodist church met vith Mrs. Lester Glass Thursday fternoon. A covered dish lunch- on was served. Plans for an Easier supper and bazar were dis- ussed. · many services which will await the arrival of the son from Texas, will be held in the Hauser funeral home. Mr. Bentley is the second person 93 years old to die within a week. Mrs. Pauline Dinkel died last Friday at her home, 1001 Gilbert street. There are six other residents in Charles City past 90 years of age. They are William S- ang f5r?,?- : Mrs ' Helen Ben son, 08; Mrs. William Hausberg, 94- L D Huckins, 95; Mrs. Caroline Hoi-' sheurer, 93 and Mary Orchard 90 An mquest is being held in Hollywood, Val. in the death of lack Vance, son of Mr. Ola Vance, 813 North Main street. He died there Feb. 15 and will be brought here for burial in the Floyd cemetery. He is also survived by three sisters, Mrs. Evelyn White,' Grenelda and Vivian Vance. Following funeral services in Waterloo Saturday morning for Mrs. L. J. Zimmerman, 53, the body was brought to Riverside cemetery, Charles City for burial Saturday afternoon. Laura Hoeft Zimmerman was born in Charles (-.ity and was married here in 1901 to William Betts who died 15 years later. She was married in 1918 to Mr. Zimmerman and since then has lived in LaCrosse, Wis. and Waterloo. Besides her husband the survivors are, a daughter, Mrs Ermine Roeli], Dubuque; two sons Marvin Betts. Waterloo and Floyd Betts, Denver, Colo., three sisters and three brothers. The body of William Wicse, 62 was taken from the Lindamaii funeral home to Seaman where services and burial took place Saturday. worked with little interuplion during those 33 years, he found that the let down was getting on his nerves. Like the proverbial mailman on a vacation, he took to long walks, but this failed to satisfy him. Unaccustomed to loafing, he found that after more than three decades of activity he couldn't begin to loaf at that stage of his life During one of his walks he visited the campus of Luther college. He was invited to spend some time m the classrooms, simply as an "auditor," as another way of passing time, perhaps more enjoyably*and profitably. The idea had a certain appeal to Mr. Roberg and instead of visiting classes, he registered as a special student in the fall of 1934. At the end of the last semester he had earned credit in 47 semester hours, chiefly in the fields of economics and history. He has, however, varied his program to include study in Norse, American literature, sociology and political science. During the current semester, he is registered lor a load of 14 semester hours. Thus today, Dick Roberg treks to the campus of Luther college, not with a mail bag hung over his shoulder, but with a stack of books under his arm, except that he invariably rides to classes, apparently having broken his life's habit of walking. That, no doubt, for good reasons, since his 14 miles a day deducting liberally for holidays, vacations and illness and Sundays, would give him at least an approximate total of 100,000 miles in his 33 years as a city carrier. Garner Lions Club Hears Description of Trip to Hawaii GARNER--The Garner Lions club gave its annual "Lions Ladies" night Thursday, featuring a banquet and program at the C. D. of A. hall with the Catholic Daughters of America serving. Fifty were seated, including the speakers' table. R. J. Fritsch, tail twister for the local club, was master of ceremonies, assessing fines for what he termed "poor table manners." C. E. Barnes DICK ROBERG MUSIC SESSION WILL BE HELD Several North lowans to Be on I. S. T. C. Program of March \3. CEDAR FALLS--Arrangements nave been completed for the conference on the teaching of vocal and instrumental music in elementary and secondary schools, to be attended by approximately 200 Iowa music teachers on Saturday March 13, at the · Iowa State Teachers college, it was announced CALMAR DRIVER HELD TO JURY More Slot Machines Are Seized at Cresco as Arrest Is Made. CRESCO--Frank E. Gesing of Calmar was arrested Thursday night in Howard county by Sheriff Albert T. Pederson, charged with operating a motor, vehicle while intoxicated. Geisel waived preliminary hearing when brought before Justice of the Peace C, E. Farnsworth and was placed under $500 bonds to appear before the grand jury which convenes at Cresco April 5. L. W. Henning, Cresco cafe operator, was arrested Thursday night by City Patrolman Don Powers and Sheriff Albert T. Pederson on a charge of intoxication. In making the arrest, Sheriff Pederson noticed a slot machine and upon investigation found three more machines'which were seized, making a total of 12 slot machines confiscated since the first of the year. Henning was arraigned before Mayor H. G. Addie Friday afternoon when he pleaded guilty to the charge and was given a sentence of 13 days in the Howard county jail. OS music department. Sesions on the various prob- collected the fines, depositing them in the "bank." Dr. Thomas McMahon, program chairman, and Charles F. Mesten introduced the various speakers and entertainers. Miss Mabel McMahon, teacher in the Thompson summarizing a trip she took last summer to the Hawaiian islands She exhibited a large tapa cloth woven from tree bark by natives, grass skirts and other native dress. She told of the climate trees and flowers and said the called "liquid sunshine" rain, does not seem like rain. Musical numbers by -the two - httlc daughters of Mr. and Mrs Frank W. Senneff of Britl, Francis Walsh and Mi-. Huenemann, son of the Rev. William Huenemann, sang. Community sineina was led by R. J. Fritsch. Following the program the club decided to give $10 to be distributed to some of the best spellers in the county contest March 20, a yearly contribution from the club since the county wide spelling contests began. lems of music teaching will be interspersed with short programs by Teachers college individuals and musical organizations. A luncheon at noon in the Commons, student social and recreational center, will be followed by group singing, led by C. A. Fullerton of the extension division. Several North lowans, Speakers include members of the faculty and a number of off- campus educators. The off-campus speakers are Ruth Graper, super- VJ y,° r , Of r music ' 0sa S e Public schools; Jack M. Logan, superintendent of Waterloo (East) public schools; Dwayne R. Collins, supervisor of music, Algona public schools; Leo J. Schula, supervisor instrumental of superv music, Charles .--I-, __ . . -«i"-.iii_7 ^iitii it;a L.ity; Paul Hummel, supervisor of V£ f? 1 ^ 1 music at Waterloo (West) high school; and James A. Melichar, instructor in music. Ce- Charles City Briefs . . C H A R L E S C I T Y -- Verne bcnoolcraft, tenant on the Mrs Hannah Bennett farm, southeast 3f Charles City, was bound over :o the grand jury by Justice John McGeeney on bonds of $300. It is claimed Schoolcraft cut 20 trees on the Bennett farm, converting them into wood. N. p. Cronk, Iowa income tax collector, will be in the city hall Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday March 8, 9 and 10, to assist taxpayers to make out their returns Jesse P. Goethch, slate highway atrolman, showed two highway afety films to the members of the ·ions club Friday noon. A marriage license was Deemer, Formerly of Marble Rock, Dies MARBLE ROCK--B. F. Beemer 85, died at the home of his son' .fudson, in Compton, III., and the body will be brought to Marble Rock for burial. Funeral services will be held at 2:30 o'clock Sunday afternoon at the home of his daughter, Mrs, L. M. Wilson. He leaves his son, daughter, seven grandchildren and seven great- grandchildren. He formerly resided in this vicinity and owned two farms. dar Falls public schools, and director of the Cedar Falls band. Members of the faculty on the program include Roland Seari«ht assistant professor of violoncello ana orchestral conducting; W E -Hays, assistant professor of voice- Dr. Irving Wolfe, instructor in music; Alpha C. Mayfield, instructor m music; Carl A. Wirth instructor in brass instruments; and Minnie E. Starr, superintendent of music in the department of leaching. Plan Special Music. Dr. M. .1. Nelson, dean ol the facully, will g i-eet the cat and Frank W . Hill of Ihe ,,,,,,,,· department, will preside over the noon luncheon. Special music will include a concert by the College symphony orchestra, directed by Roland Sea- rignl; a program by Ihe Concerl band, with Bob Getchell, Cedar *als, as student conductor; the College Singers, under the direction of Olive L. Barker, instructor m voice and music; the Bel Canto glee cluh, under the direction of Miss Mayfield; woodwind and string ensembles; a vocal solo my Robert Morris, Nashua, and a violin solo by Norma Sulz Davenport. Two Decorah Aut Damaged When Hit by Ice From Roof DECORAH--Melting snow and ice, sliding from the roof of the mam building on the Luther college campus was responsible for serious damage to two automobiles. A 70 foot drop of an immense cake of ice almost deroofed a late model auto belonging to Dr Ting- lum of the Luther college faculty All braces and frame work in the top structure of the auto were either badly bent or broken. However the structure held sufficiently well to keep the ice from entering the interior of the auto itself to any great extent. The windows of the auto were all intact. Earlier in the week a similar accident occurred to the car of a student. However, as the falling piece of ice was smaller, the damage was not so much. Both of the autos were parked back of the main building, within a few feet of its wall when the accident happened. It was not learned whether each of them was covered with insurance for this type of damage. Nora Springs Public Library Considered NORA SPRINGS -- A meeting has been called for Monday evening at 8 o'clock at the city hall for considering the establishing of a public library at Nora Springs Plans for the different methods of establishing a library will be explained by B. F. Westcoat, who has called tlie meeting and lias given considerable time in assembling the necessary information. Mervci Jones to Hold Closing Out Sale on Rockwell Farm Tuesday 'lervel Jones is Koine In m i i h is going to quit and will hold a public Stilson Pastor Breaks Toe; Slips on Linoleu issued ., . , ·=»-- ..-,_ i v i u J.~3UUU nrtay to Miss Elizabeth Martin it Milwaukee, Wis., and Robert Bryan of this city. Marvin Urban arrived from Ro- nester, Minn., to assist as sales lerk in the Gamble store. Weston E. Jones spoke at the '. T. A. meeting at Bassett Friday ifiht. STILSON --The Rev. C. ,,. Winters was injured \vhen he slipped on linoleum in his home and fell, breaking his little toe, throwing his ankle out of place and tearing the ligaments in the ankle. He will not be able to be on his feet for several weeks. Moves to Minnesota. DECORAH--Osval Hanson, long fin outstanding Lcgionaire and past state commander of the Disabled American Veterans, has moved lo St. Cloud, Minn., where ho has accepted a position with Ihe Fritz- Cross company. 3 Plays lo He Given. mDGEWAY^The Dramatic., clu of the Ridgeway high scliool will present three one-act plays March 2 at the high school audi- ' torium at 8 o'clock. )ibble to Have Charge of Services Six Weeks CHARLES CITY _ Dr. W L Dibble, Mason City, will have charge of the services a ranged in the Congregational church beginning Stlnrfnv T?^K *A -,~A « ir_ f umg for six Sundays. Dr. E. W. Huelster, minisler, who is ill. has arranged the subjects with the assistance of Dr. A. L. Miller, chairman of the supply committee. The subjects are as follows: Feb. 21, The Pre-eminence of Jesus'" Feb. 28, 'The Universal Jcsus : " March 7, "New Life and Power of Jesus;" March 14, "The Religion of Jesus;" March 21, the Coronation of Jesus;" March 28, Easter mng Sunday, Feb. 24, and contin-Isus. Sunday, "The Resurrection of Je- THAT'S WHAT OUR PATRONS SAY PARK INN CAFE SPECIAL SUNDAY DINNER Consomme a la Ilalicnnc Fresh Fruil Cocklail or Oyster Cocklail Chilled Hearts, nf Celery Special Porterhouse Steak Large T-Bone Steak ... " Sizzling Club Steak '.'.'.'.". ' " Sc French Pork Tenderloin n5c Extra Cut Prime nib of Beef a u ' j u s ' fi0c Itoast Youne Turkey Hen--Sweet Dressing =2° Baked Younff Duck--Candied Apples ^Oc Baked Chicken--Sage Di-esslne °° Fricasee of Chicken a la Farisie""» · · · · . . 50c 75c Roast Prime Rib of Baby Beef au jus 50c Hoasf Loin of Pork--Apple Sauce 50c Roast Leg- of Sprins Lamb--Mint Jelly ^°° Fresh Mushrooms Fried in Butter on Toast £ c Special Beef Tenderloin Stcak-Bordelaisc Sauce"'.'.'.'.'. "; ggc Candied Sweet Potatoes or Snow Flake Potatoes Fresh Cauliflower r-..,, T " Laloc s ,, . Iilrk Inn Special Salirl Boston Cream Tic ami Whipped Cream Apple Pic DC Luxe or Pineapple Snntlae Mer farming sale at the R. W. Hemming'7arni located two miles south of Rockwell and three-fourths of a mile east. The auction will be held Tuesday, Feb. 23, starting at 1 p m. Six head of horses, 19 head of cattle, 7 Spotted Poland China brood sows, 40 While Leghorn hens, farm machinery, a De Laval / cream separator, Maytag washing machine, corn fodder, bean h a v f timothy h a y , - 1 0 0 bushels of oats' seed corn, and household goods ) will be sold by the auctioneer, Ora 1 Bayless. ', Mr. Jones states that a reprc- ( senlative nf the Sheffield Snvinaa 1 Ha nL- u r i l 1 Kn 4 K « .. t i_ to f bank will be the clerk

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