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February 24, 1937

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 3

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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, FEBRUARY 24 · 1937 THREE Man Is Arrested at Lyle on Check .Count and Taken to Austin OSAGE--The sheriff from Austin, Minn., came Tuesday afler- noon to take K. W. McKinnim to Austin to appear before the authorities there; Sheriff Charles Kathan arrested him Monday evening at Lyle, Minn., where he had given checks for $25, $20, $15 and §1.50. McKinnim gave his address as Lincoln, Nebr. Gene Loney appeared before Judge M. II. Kepler here Tuesday afternoon-charged with petit larceny; his case was continued and he is to report to Deputy Sheriff William Dorsey every two weeks. Gene stole a battery and sold it. Bernard Shepard, 16, of Mcln- tire is to be sent to the Boys' Training School at Eldora for petit larceny. He was arrested last week for stealing coal from the railroad yards. \ Long Struggle to Open Railroad Near Lawler Is Recounted LAWLER--The many hours of work required before the Milwaukee line was opened up late Monday has given further fame to the reserve curve which last year was dubbed "Little America." Biggesl drills are 21: miles west of Lawler. Several ear.ly efforts Sunday, to pull out the freight resulted only in breaking .a few drain bars. At one time" three engines were pull- ktg. -A 4 o'clock. Monday afternoon the track was cleared and trains began.to operate but a.snow plow Finnish President 39 in Joice Declam Work; Winners Will Be Heard Thursday JOIC--The preliminary elimination declamatory contest was held Teusday in the local school. Out of the 29 contestants, the following winners will speak Thursday evening at the local school. Winners'are first grade, Ardis Lindflott and Ellen Lou Granskou; second grade, Merle Larson and DeLoris Medlang; third grade, Lorna Peterson and David Scheie; fourth grade, Donna Ulsiad and Sidney'Haroldson; fifth grade, Vernell Medlang and Lovena Lien; sixth grade, Harlan Petersburg and Mavis Rowe; seventh and eighth grade, Betty Abraham, Phyllis Iverson, Mavis Gordon and Arthur Felland. Old Dobbin to Rescue Premier K, Kallio is the IIDW president-elect of Finland, having defeated President Pchr Evind SwinhuCvud in recent election. Kallio takes office March 1. eastbound was in the snow a half hour later in King's Cut, a mile and a half east of Lawler. Visitors From Albert Lea. CALMAR--Mr. and Mrs. Will Flaskrud and family of Albert Lea, Minn., arc guests of Mr. and Mrs. Edck Flaskrud. Disabled Vet With Small Income Gives $50 in Flood Relief INDIANAPOLIS, I n d . -- A1 though out of work for two years and living on a very low compensation allowed him for wartime disabilities, Thomas J. Sorenson, an Iowa member of the American Legion, has given one of the finest exempliticatlons of the Legion ideals of unselfishness and mutual helpfulness by eking out of his income the considerable sum o£ S50 tor the relief of the nation's flood sufferers. The story of Sorenson's inspiring action was contained in a letter received by National Adjutant Frank E. Samuel here from Department Commander G. M. Brown of Iowa. H follows: "I am enclosing a certified check in the amount of $50, made payable to national headquarters and drawn on the account of Thomas J. Sorenson. , "This check was presented to me in response to a departmental appeal for aid to the Red Cross in the present flood emergency. "Will you indorse it properly and see that it is forwarded to the Red Cross. "This check was presented by a disabled World war veteran who is drawing very low compensation and has been unemployed for two years." Old dobbin came to the rescue of Dr. Kogcrs of St. Ansgar when his car dove head first into the ditch between Lyle anil Austin on partly cleared roads, (flioto by Dick Xiedel, Austin Daily Herald staff photographer) Charles City News 4 English Composers Studied at Meeting of Music Department man are the parents of a daughter Mrs. Eden of Woden Dies; 2 Sons and 4 Daughters Left WODEN--Mrs. Folina Eden, G6, nee Peters, died at her home Sunday morning following a severe illness of three months. Mrs. Eden was born at Ackley March 14, 1870. She was married to Claus Eden in 1890 and moved to the Woden community shortly after, where they lived on their farm until 1928 when they moved to Woden. Surviving Mrs. Eclfen are two sons, George and Harm, both of Woden, and four daughters, Mrs. John Greenfield, Mrs. John II. Boyken, Mrs. J. Milton Strong of Avon, S. Dak., and Martha at home; her mother, Mrs. Anna Peters, two brothers, the Rev. Okko Peters of Traer, lo\va and Christian Peters of Wesley, lour sisters, Mrs. Glaus DeBoer and Mrs. George Pommer o£ Wesley, Mrs. John Humke of Ackley and I t i C * I ( C l i C t i l t , fljttn.nl. lit « U U U g l l l t ^ L ^ T . , ~ born in the Cedar Valley hospital Nancy Peters of Woden, and 11 Tuesday. grandchildren. Mrs. Agnes VanDyke who has been ill several weeks has improved so she can be out for short intervals. Matt Pfab is a patient in the Cedar Valley hospital. The W. H. Heineman family was I honored by the Knights of Pythias CHARLES CITY--Four English | at a picnic supper in the K. P. hall Tuesday evening. Mr. 'and Mrs. Heineman will move to Fairfield this week. They were given a farewell gift by the K. P. and Wear the same swinging skirt that the peasants of 5he Tyrol wear, ond top-it off with a gay Tyrolean sweater. Be the first in your class to wear this exciting new outfit... all the other girls will be quick to follow you. Mrs. Carrie Wigen, 86, Osage, Is Dead OSAGE--Mrs. Carrie Wigen, 86, died Monday evening at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Gus Stroberg, from the infirmities of age. Born in Norway, Sept. 15, 1851, Mrs. Wigen came to Illinois when she was a young girl. She was married 56 years ago. For the past two and one-half years she made her home on a farm near Osage with her daughter, Mrs. Stroberg. Surviving besides Mrs.. Stroberg are two daughters and two sons, Mrs. Albert Alms of Ssmond, III.; Lewis Rice of Alvei-ne, 111., Mrs. Henry Hart of Rochelle, 111., and Burton \Vigen of Rochelle, 111. Funeral services will be held, as soon as weather conditions permit the trip, in the Lutheran church in Creston, III., and burial will be in the cemetery there. ' X Sketched from stock SKIRT . . . Chevron wool.Colored ribbon hem. Sizes 10 to 16. SWEATED... Zephyr knit slipon. Tri-color striped yoke. 8tol6. 98 25 composers, Elgar. Cowen. Coleridge Taylor and Bantock,. were studied at the meeting of the music department of the Women's club Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. J. P. Henry gave short sketches of the lives of the composers and Mrs. M. G. Smith arranged the musical program which included compositions hy all of the musicians. Those appearing on the program were Earl Stewart, organist and pianist, Mrs. Ernest Sheldon, pianist, Mrs. Smith, vocal soloist, and "Virginia Zastrcw, violinist. The program closed with two numbers by the women's chorus directed by Mrs. Smith with Mrs. Henry playing the accompaniments. Preceding the department meeting, Mrs. O. H. Banton, president, conducted a short business meeting when the revised constitution was read by Mrs. Frank Nies, chairman of the revision committee. It will be voted on at the next general meeting. Mrs. H. A. Miller was elected a member of the nominating committee. Floyd 4-H Leaders · to Gather March 2 CHARLES CITY--Rex Beresford of the animal husbandry extension service will meet with the boys 4-H club leaders Tuesday evening, March 2. The meeting will be held in the Floyd county Farm Bureau ^office starting at V:30. Club leaders, members ot the county club committee and one older boy from each club will be invited to attend the neeting. Mr. Beresford will discuss problems of livestock fced- ng, particularly those related to 4-H club projects such as, the Daby beef, market litter and market pig project. Mr. Eden died of heart disease June 9, 1935. Funeral services were arranged for Wednesday afternoon at the Presbyterian church with the Rev. Mr. Gruse officiating. Burial will be at the Ostfriesland Christian Reformec cemetery. Pythian Sisters. Dr. O. H. Banton and Dr. W. E. Voreck returned Tuesday from the American Legion conference in Des Moiues. Robert Greef, a former teacher in the high school who has been taking post graduate work at the University of Chicago, visited friends here this week. He has been elected a member of the faculty at LaGrange, HI. He will receive his master's degree next August. Mr. and Mrs. Horace Olds arc spending a few days in Chicago. The Rev. and Mrs. Arthur Fish of Eldora returned to their home after visiting Dr. and Mrs. E. W. Huclster. Dr. Huelster has been confined to his bed for a month. Forest City Legion to Use Former CCC Hall for Clubhouse FOREST CITY--The American Legion took steps Tuesday night to accept the offer of the city council for the use ot a building in the athletic park. This building was formerly the CCC mess hall. The Legion and Auxiliary will spend about $500 on the structure so it may be used'as a clubhouse and meeting place. Mrs. Blekeberg, 60, Ridgeway, Is Dead; Was Early Residen RIDGEWAY--Mrs. Peter Bleke berg, fiO, died at her home in Mad ison township Sunday. Funcra services will be held at the Madi son Lutheran church with the pas tor, the Rev. M. B. Quill officia ting. Interment will be made i the Madison cemetery. Mrs. Blekeberg was b'orn i Madison township Dec. 9, 187f She grew to young womanhoo there and on June 17, 1890, sh was married to Peter O. Bleke berg. All their married life \va spent here in Madison townshi except about a year when the resided in North Dakota. Mrs. Blekeberg is survived b her husband, six sons, Otto Bleke berg of Rugby, N. Dak.; Gilbc Blekeberg of Dccorah; Bcnjanv Spencer; Laurence arid Arnold ekeberg at home, and two au'ghters, Mrs. Melvin Lien and rs. Wallace Holverson, both of ecorah; three brothers, Oluf enson and Gilbert Benson, both Bucanan, N. · Dak., arid Louis erisori of Madison township, and iree sisters, Mrs. Carl Larson of imestowiJ, N. Dak.; Mrs. Henry olverson of Fergus Falls, Minn., nd Mrs. Albert Vine of Madison ownship; one half sister, Mrs. lary Vining of Los Angeles, Cal., nd one half brother, Olavus Bcn- on of Crookston, Minn. backbone of the financial policy ol Premier William Aberhart's soi cial credit government. Alberta Securities Act Ruled Invalid EDMONTON, Alta., (Canadian rSss)--The Alberta securities ct, under which the provincial 'overnmerit reduced interest on Alberta bonds nnd guaranteed se~ uritics, was declared unconsUUi- ional Tuesday by Justice W. C ves of the provincial .supreme :ourl. Last Friday the province's reduction and settlement of debts id, which cut interest and principal on private debts, was declaret mconstitutional by Justice A. F Swing. It was considered the G Couples Entertained. MANLY--Mr. and Mrs. William Tale entertained six couples .at a 7 o'clock dinner Sunday evening at their home. Beware Coughs from common colds That Hang On No matter how many medicines you have tried for your cough, chesb cold or bronchial Irritation, you can get relief now with Creomulalon. Serious trouble may be brewing and you cannot afford to take a chance with anything less than Creomul- sion, which goes right to the seat of the trouble to aid nature to soothe and heal the Influmed membranes as the germ-laden phlegm is loosened and expelled. Even if other remedies have failed, don't be discouraged, your druggist is authorized to guarantee Creomulsion and to refund your money If you are not satisfied with results from the very first bottle. Get Creomulsion right now. (Adv.) Glassware Display at Lake Mills Announced LAKE MILLS--The Saturday afternoon club has arranged for an exhibit of American glassware which will be open to. the public Friday evening and Saturday afternoon. This exhibit includes 88 pieces of table and ornamental glass from six of the leading firms in the United States. A lecture will be given explaining the various articles on display. Guest Day Held by Chapter of D. A. R. CHARLES CITY--The .annual guest day and colonial party of Alden Sears chapter of the D. A. R. was held at the Anderson tea room. Mrs. W. R. McCray, regent,' welcomed the guests after which Miss Lottie Craig announced the program. A seventh grade boys' glee club'sang Iwo numbers after'which a stringed quartet, in the high school played under the direction of Earl VanRees, and Miss Craig directed the madrigal group from the high school. The St. Charles Players, a new theater group, presented "The Courtship of Miles Standish." A social hour followed. Northwood Masons at - Washington Banquet NORTHWOOD -- Members of the Northwood Masonic and Eastern Star orders and their friends gathered at the Masonic temple Monday evening for the annual Washington's birthday banquet and party. Following the banquet a program-was given including a talk on Washington by the Rev. Harold Mayo; vocal numbers by Miss Evelyn Johnson, director of public school music; vocal trio selection by the Misses Mabel, Gladys and Slello Huso; a humorous reading by Douglas Warner, local high school student; tap dance numbers by a number of grade school pupils; and folk dances by a group of kindergarten scholars. Dancing was enjoyed after the close of the program. New System of Music Grading Is Provided CHARLES CITY--A new system of grading has been organized in the instrumental department of the grade schools. Points for places on the honor list include memorizing a solo, playing a solo in public, adding one new member to class, passing inspection of instrument, playing in principal section of band or orchestra, being n member of the band or orchestra, being librarian or custodian, student teacher of private study. Total points are 230. Those earning 275 points will receive a certificate. Those earning an additional 200 points will receive a bronze medal. I N January, Studebaker sales went which equals and often betters the ? way ahead of January last year best showing of the smaller lowest ... in fact they were the largest in the priced cars! company's history for fifteen years! Before you feuy any n £ w car _ you ' And that sensational sales advance will be smart to drive a new Stude- stems straight from the new 1937 baker and find out why it's called Btudebaker's remarkable economy . America's spotlight car of the yearl STUDEBAKER'S C. 1. T. BUDGET FLAM OFFERS LOW TIME PAYMENTS A FEW CENTS A DAY MORE THAN A ' LOWEST PRICED CAR OTOR 520 -Nnrlli Federal Pioneers and Faocmakcr.s Charles City Couple Is Wed on Thealer Stage CHARLES CITY--Tile marriage of Miss Isabcll McKonzic, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard McKenzie, and Rodney Joslin, son ot Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Joslin, took place Monday evening on the stage o£ the Charles theater. Justice Calvin Jones read the service and the attendants were Miss Evelyn Adams and Harold Spurbeck. \Vcslon E. Jones was master of cermonies. The bride wore a blue silk gown and matching hat. The wedding took place on the bridegroom's birthday, Feb. 22. Mr. and Mrs. Joslin will live in Charles City. Rites Postponed 2nd Time Because of Roads NASHUA--Furwal services lor Mrs. Mary Fisher, which were to liave been held at The Little Brown church Sunday, and were postponed until Monday, had to be postponed again until Tuesday afternoon, as the snow plow from New Hampton did not arrive until late Monday night, and it was necessary to work most of the night opening up the roads. Henry Teeple Dies at Greene Residence GREENE--Henry Teeple, who has been ill the past year, died Monday afternoon at his home. Mr. Teeple was born in Jackson county Nov. 25, 1878 and came, when quite young, wilh his parents to Butler county. He was married to Mrs. Delia Thomas at Greene. Surviving are his wife,!ive sons, Cnrlton of Waterloo; Clarence, Charles, Francis and Ma: a l l of Greene, and three daughters. Mrs. Roy Krambccr, Wilmn, and Arleen al! of Greene; four brothers. Lee of Charles City; Frank and Cycryl of Waterloo; Vcrnon, Australia, and Edward and one sister, Mrs. Elsie Bagley o£ Washington. REDUCED FROM 1.98 Charles City Briefs CHARLES CITY--Mary Korinke was chairman ot the Wa-Tan-Yc club program Tuesday noon. Ethel Waller spoke on national defense and Mildred Mason, ,new president, presided at the meeting. Fredericksburg Couple Has 56th Anniversary FREDERICKSBURG--Mr. and Mrs, William D. Purdy observed their fifty-sixth wedding anniversary. There was a family dinner with four of (he five ctiil- dren present with their families. They arc Mr. and Mrs. Allan Purdy and family of Fredericksburg, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Treloar and family and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Purdy. all of Sumner, and Miss Ruth Purdy of Cedar Rapids. 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