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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 7

Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, March 9, 1939
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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE THURSDAY, MARCH 9, 1939 DANIELS AGAIN VICE PRESIDENT Approval of Airing of Show Over KGLO Expressed by Group G A R N E R -- Clark Lackor. · was elected president and othe new officers were chosen Tuejjdaj afternoon at an annual mcetin of the Hancock County Farmer institute association which fol lowed an oyster stew served at th Grarner opera house. Mr. Lackore succeeds Caspe Pannhoff as president, and Mr Pannhoff was elected one of th nine directors on -the executivi board, which this year was en larged from six to nine. C. D. Daniels was relected vice president; Lloyd Zwald succeeds A.. M. Rpesdahl as secretary; anc Carl Woiwod succeeds Mr. Zwalt as treasurer. Mr. Roesdahl, wh has been secretary since the as socialion Was formed, was not a candidate for re-election. Other new directors are George Knoll, Rudy Urich, Verner Young Charles Haes, George Urich County Auditor Fred C. Missal Guy Geddes and Herman Gelner Plans for the 1S40 corn show and farmers' institute will be made at a meeting to be held this fall, and at that time committees to arrange the event will be selected. Members present at the meeting expressed approval of a broadcast given over station KGLO, Mason City, both afternoons of the 1939 show and suggested that this practice be continued next year. Services at Cresco for P. W. Setchell; Burial in Illinois CRESCO--Funeral services for Porter W. Setchell, 84, were held at the Bradley funeral home Thursday afternoon, the Rev Joseph Yates, pastor of the Lime Springs Methodist church, officiating. Mr. Setchell died Wednesday morning at his home In Bonair, seven miles northwest of Cresco Burial will be made Friday at Mendota, 111. New Hampton Pastor Conducts Services in Marble Rock Church MARBLE HOCK--The Hev. J. S. lilley of New Hampton is holding services' 1 - each, evening this week in the'Methodist Episcopal" church at 7:30. The Rev. Lilley was pastor of this church about 20 years ago. The Rev. L. J. Sheldon, pastor of the church, is sick in bed with influenza and is unable to assist with the services. Dalbey Remains at Gamer Until Close of School Season G A R N E R -- C . W. Dalbey, Smith-Hughes instructor h e r e who was hired to succeed Wesley Seymour as vocational agriculture teacher in Spencer high school, will not leave until the end o£ the school year, school officials here said Wednesday. Elmer Larson of Stratford was tentatively hired to take Mr. Dai- bey's place, but the board there could find no successor so would not release him from his contract- Since the government position Mr. Seymour received will be held for him until the close of the school year, it is likely that the three changes will be made at that time. Band Mothers Plan "Nite of Games" at School on Friday ALEXANDER--The Alexander band mothers will sponsor a "Nite of Games" Friday evening at 8 o'clock here to raise money for band activities. A fur style show will be presented by Burt Bohlen, Lyons fur representative. Where Four Children Burned to Death FARMERS' INSTITUTE in r e *««»«* -*« south o f Mount Ayr Named President of Loros School DUBUQUE--The Rev. Michael J. Martin has been appointed president of Loras college, Dubuque, succeeding the Rigtit Rev. Monsignor Thomas Conry, according, to an announcement by the Most Kev. Francis J. L. Beckman, Archbishop of Du- bnrjue, Thursday. Loras, formerly Columbia college, announced last week that'ife board of regents had vofed to change its name to honor Bishop Mathias Loras, who In 1839 founded St. Raphael's seminary, forerunner of the college. ATTEND FUNERAL HAKE--Several from Rake attended the funeral of Mrs. Joseph EastvoW at Kiester, Minn., Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Eastvold formerly Nellie Void of Kiester, died at her home in Austin, Minn., Sunday. ' the first sign of a _ _ cold, make up your mind to avoid as much of the sniffling, sneezing, soreness and stufly condition of your nostrils as possible. Insert Mentholatum In each nostifl. Also rub it vigorously on your chest. You'll be delighted with the way Mentholatum combats cold misery ar.d helps restore comfort. MENTHOLATUM G,.- COMFORT Do./y TERM OF COURT S ABBREVIATED Work at Mason City Forces Judge Graven to Change Sessions GARNER--Hearing of the Mc- iider case at Mason City, which as demanded much of Judge tenry N. Craven's time the past e\v weeks, is responsible for an bbreviated March term o£ Hanock county district court. Opening court here Monday dge Graven decided to hold ourt only Monday and Tuesday nd again on March 13, 20 and 27 ecause of his work at Mason City. Most cases will be carried r , to the May court term at ch Judge T. A. Beardmore . preside, although Judge M Ke P!er will hold a short session ere Thursday and Friday of this Grand jurors convened Tuesday nd made an annual tour of in- pection at the Hancock county home. The same day Pauline ·K.uper of Kanawha was-granted a divorce from Herman Kuper and was given custody of a child born to them. The couple was married April 23. 1938, and separated si" months later. Petit jurors who were scheduled to report next Tuesday have been dismissed subject to call and probably will not convene during the term. Mrs. Mary McEnelly Is Dead at Fertile FERTILE--Mrs. Mary McEn- elly died at the home of her daughter, Amy Nye, on Wednes- She leaves one son, Georgie, P? iT° J a "? h ters, Mrs. James Purcell and Mrs. Amy Nye John Oleson, funeral director of F?TM 1 ^' Wi " be in char S e - iuneral arrangements are not complete. 19 Attend Meeting of RossiterS.S. Class ST. ANSGAR land and Miss -Mrs. B. T. Heg- Dorothy Hume _..,, ..^^a jjumuiy jiume jverwhostesses Tuesday afternoon to the Ehzabeth Rossiter Sunday school class. Nineteen were present, including the guests, Mrs. E Balsley, Mrs. N. Schultz of New Hampton: Mrs. Belle Albertson, aiiss Nellie Reierson and Miss Lela Hegland. ; MRS, FOLKERTS, DUMONT.DIES Funeral Services to Be Held Sunday for 83 Year Old Woman DUMONT--Mrs. Jans Folkerts, 83, died Wednesday afternoon at her home after a few days' illness from flu and complications due to old age. She was born in Germany May 26, 1855 and came to this country with her husband about 1381. Mr. Folkerts preceded her ID years ago as did a son and daughter. She is survived by four sons and three daughters, 39 ' grandchildren and 21 great grandchildren; three brothers and two sisters. The children are Otto and Charlie Folkerts and a grandson, Johnnie Folkerts all at home; Jans Folkerts, and Harm Folkerts, Dumont; Mrs. Stenus Harms, Thornton; Mrs. Jasper Kriens Dumont, and Mrs. John Kramer Parkersburg. The brothers are Pete Helmers, Rockford; Helmer Helmers and Henry Helmers, both of Donbrook, N. Dak.; the sisters, Mrs. Siebeft. Ahrends, Aplington, and Mrs. Jerry Pohl, Bristow. Funeral services will be held Sunday afternoon at 1 o'clock at the home and at 1:30 at the German Reformed church with services in charge of the pastor, the Rev. J. Thielken. Burial will be In the local cemetery beside her husband. Progressive Tea Is Served at Home of Mrs. Baron Steuben HOCKFORD--Mrs. Baron Steuben held one of the progressive teas at her home Wednesday afternoon, sponsored by the ladies of Circle C of the M. E. church. Dessert luncheon was served and the afternoon spent in sewing, fancy work^and Chinese checkers Mrs Harry Grady also will hold "another one of these teas at the Grady home on'Thursday afternoon. Conduct Rites of Lake Mills Man LAKE BULLS--Services were held Tuesday afternoon at the Anderson funeral home, and at the Salem Lutheran church, for Charles Wescott, 83, f o r m e r postmaster. Mr. Wescott died Saturday night at the home of hjs nurse, Grace Grasley. He served as postmaster durine President Wilson's regime. Mrs. William Hossack Will Give Lecture at Emmetsburs; Friday EMMETSBURG--"Music Then and Now" will be the title of a lecture by Mrs. William Hossack at a meeting of the Emmetsbur- Friday club in the home of Mrs S. A. Wood on Friday afternoon. Mrs. HoEsack will contrast modern compositions with music of the past, illustrated with piano selections by Mrs. Daniel Kelly. Mrs. W. H. Morling will review the history of the Friday club and Mrs. Carl Starr will speak on 'What the General Federation of Women s Clubs is Doing." The next meeting o£ the group will be lotel. March Retired Farmer of Mew Hampton Dies: Services- on Friday NEW HAMPTON--Funeral services for John Kottfce, 89, retired New Hampton township fanner will be Friday afternoon at 2-30 at St. John's Lutheran church the Rev. U. F. Groth, pastor, will officiate. Mr. Kottke died early Wednesday morning following an illness of one week. He was born m Germany on June 10, 1843 His wife died in 193!. 7 ormer Resident of lagle Grove Is Dead EAGLE GROVE--Fred Neilsen of this city has received word of ne death at San Diego, Cal., on March 7, of his son Andrew 29 ormerly of this city. He was in he naval service of the United states, having served for 13 years. Jhe body will be brought" Eagle Grove for burial. to MUSIC CLINIC FESTPLANNED Vocal Event Held Under Auspices of State Association CHARLES CITY -- The voca. music department of Charles City high school will be host on Satur day to a vocal music clinic fesli val, which is one of the series held under the. auspices of the low High School Music association Miss Olivi Barker of the vocal music department of Iowa State Teachers college will be the clinic festival judge. Entries have already been received from a number of communities planning to send small groups and soloists to this clinic festival. Miss Lottie Craig, head_of the vocal music department of the Charles City public schools manager of the clinic festival "Deacon Dubb" to Be Presented in School at Grafton Friday GRAFTOW-- The junior clas s will present "Deacon Dubb" in the high school auditorium Friday evening, beginning at 8 o'clock Those taking part in the play are- Carol! Bartz, Lorraine Hackbart, Edna Walk, Walter Hackbart, Marc e l l a Schmidt, Lowell Koci Gladys Anderson, Robert Hackbart,, Dale Bork and Lowell Walk- Miss Margaret Preston is coaching the play. 3 Candidates File for Board Positions MARBLE ROCK-- Nomination papers for three candidates have been filed for the election in the Marble Rock consolidated independent school district w-hich will be held nn Monday. They are Ray Lamb, Ed Enabnit and Dr L S WenUvorth. W. R. Smith and Elmer Lines whose terms expire are not candidates for rc-clcction. Prayer Service for Nashua Infant Held NASHUA--Richard Leslie, seven day old son of Mr. and' Mrs Tom Smith, died Tuesday at the Charles City hospital where he was taken Monday for treatment for pneumonia. The parents, nine brothers and sisters survive \ prayer service was held $ the home Wednesday afternoon.£ VENTURA MAN IS SENTENCED Bishop Admits Drunk Driving Charge; $300 Fine Is Imposed G A R N E R--Irvine Bishop of Ventura was sentenced to serve three months in the Winnebago county jail at Forest City after he had pleaded guilty Tuesday to County Attorney Clark Lovrien's information of driving while intoxicated. He was arrested Monday by James O'Connor, Garner marshal and was given preliminary hearing in the court of Justice, of the Peace H. V. Reed, where he was bound over to the grand jury. Rather than appear before the jury he chose to plead guilty and the sentence was imposed in lieu of a $300 fine. Chris R. Olson of Thompson was brought before Justice Reed and charged with intoxication by Deputy Sheriff Elmer Katter. He was fined $25 and costs and in lieu of the fine is serving eight Supervisor of Rural Schools THOMPSON--Supt. Paul B. Norris of Thompson on July 1 will assume his dulies as state supervisor of rural schools, ·working from the office of Miss Jessie Parker, slate superintendent of public instruction. days at the Winnebago county jail. Mrs^Frank Hejlik Services at Duncan Church on Friday G A R N E R--Funeral rites for Mrs. Frank Hejlik, mother of Joe Hejlik of Garner and a former Garner resident, will be held at the St. Wensceslaus church at Duncan Friday morning with the pastor the Hev. Jaroslav Skluzacek officiating. Mrs. Hejlik died Sunday in a hospital at Nampa, Idaho. Mrs. Frank Creamer, Former Resident of Cresco, Is Interred CRESCO--Funeral services were held at the Peckosh funeral parlors Tuesday for Mrs. Frank Creamer, 80, a former resident of Cresco, who died at Portland, Ore., March 1 and was brought to Cresco for burial in Calvary cemeteiy. The Rev. J. A. MeMahon, pastor of Assumption parish, officiated. Her Jour sisters, Mrs. J. J Lowry, Mrs. William Connolly] Mrs, Hughes and Miss Nellie Mullen, all formerly of Cresco, preceded her in death. PLAN RITES OF STEPHEN HAAS St. Ansgar Man Was Born in Slovakia in 1881; Rites Friday ST. ANSGAR--Stephen Haas, born in Bukovitz, Slovakia, June 11, 1881, died at his home in St. Ansgar Tuesday. He was married Feb. 3, 1904 to Christina Kramer and came to America in 1909, locating in Chicago, where he worked at his trade as a machinist, coming to St. Ansgar in 1917 where he had since resided. He is survived by his widow and two daughters, Miss Magdalin Haas at home,- and Mrs. A J Fleischer of Wells, Minn., and one grandson, Ronald Fleishcher. Funeral services will be held in Stacyville Visitation church Friday at 9 o'clock a. m., the Rev. H. N. 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