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SATURDAY, MARCH 11, 1939 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE T? NORTH IOWA SCHOOL ELECTIONS PLANNED MONDAY ; PIONEER DEAD AT LAKE MILLS Mrs. Anton Peterson, 89, to Be Interred Tuesday Afternoon LAKE MILLS--Mrs. Anion Peterson, 89, pioneer resident of Center township, died early Friday morning at the farm home of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Branstad west of town. She was taken ill about 10 days ago with pneumonia which resulted in her death. Her parents, Thor and Elizabeth Thompson, were of the first settlers west o£ Lime Creek. Her husband preceded her in death. One brother, Pete Thompson, lives in California. The children who survive are Mrs. Elmer Branstad; Mrs. Ida Storby; Emil Peterson, all of Lake Mills; Wilmer Peterson of Ames, Peter o£ Annidula, Minn.; Carl of Hayfield, Minn. Funeral services wilt be Tuesday at I o'clock at the Branstad home and at 2 o'clock at the Center church, in charge of the Hev. Justin Peterson. The body will lie in state at the Anderson Funeral home untiJ time of services. KOSSUTH CLUBS HAVE MEETING Titonka Methodist Church Site for Countywide Session T I T O N K A --More than 100 women attended the Kossuth county Federation of Women's clubs meeting at the Methodist church on Tuesday. The Burt Women's club, Portland Progress club and the Titonka Women's club were the hostesses. Mrs. H. E. Woodward of Whittemore, county chairman, presided at the morning session. Lunch was served at noon by the Woman's Home Missionary society of the Methodist church. St. Patrick's day color scheme was carried out in the table decorations and favors. Potted flowers added decorative color. During the afternoon program, Mrs. J. Curlis Amen, the principal speaker, gave a travel talk on "Yucatan." Mrs. A. D. Wiese, district director, of Manning, also spoke. Musical numbers were given by Mrs. Paul Kriebs of Burt and Patricia Ball of Titonka. William Maxwell's Services Are Held in Church at Manly MANLY--Funeral services for William Maxwell were held at the Peshak funeral home in charge of the Rev. H. M. Haecker of the Bethel church. He is survived by his wife of Mason City and Mrs. Russell ot Iowa City, an adopted daughter. Instruction School at Corvvith Monday CORWITH--Mrs. Lucille Johnson of Eagle Grove, O. E. S. instructor for the fourth district will hold a school of instruct' be Se mTn s TMter°NnH how to recognize a well fitted garment and members of the group checking the fit of their dresses, suggesting definite alterations, V - """·"""». Liuiviui\jL ° U n IV followu P will celebrate u-1 Kern The Preparations Made for School Board Balloting On Program at Calmor Tuesday Numerous Towns Will Vote on Education Board Jobs Monday CAT.MAR--Dr. W. E. Strunk of Luther college at Der.orah will speak at the father-son banquet to be given as the final achievement of the Farmers' Evening school. The vocational agriculture students of the Calmar high school are sponsoring the banquet. Dr. Strunk will give an illustrated lecture on "Conservation of Wild Life and Natural Resources," SGHUTJER RITES ARE CONDUCTED Funeral Services for Titonka Man in Methodist Church TITONKA--William H. Schut- ier was interred Friday following services here. Besides his wife and two children he is survived by four brothers, George, Jerry, Clarence and Raymond, all of Titonka; and three sisters, Mrs. Anna Wubben, of Buffalo Center, Mrs. Ella Fox, of Kanawha, and Mrs. Beulah Nelson, of Titonka. Funeral services with the Rev. W. L. Pattetson in charge, were held on Friday afternoon in ihe Methodist church at Titonka, after brief services at the home. Music was furnished by a mixed quartet composed of Mrs. Roy Ball, Mrs. C. A. Hoon, W. A. Schram and Frank Reynolds. Mrs. W. A. Schram was the accompanist. Pallbearers were William Peterson, William Fritz, Ben Eden, Alfred Oesterreicher, Earl Stott, and Albert Young. Interment was in the Buffalo Township cemetery at Tiionka. Boughton and Swan, funeral directors were in charge. Ministerial Group From Butler County to Meet at Dumont DUMONT--The Butler county Ministerial association will meet here Monday for its March meeting at the United Brethren church. The Rev. D. J. Frost, pastor of a rural church south of Allison, will entertainment. The Aid will serve dinner. served that evening at the Methodist church dining hall. Initiatory work will be exemplified at the Masonic temple following dinner. Meeting Is Held in Fenton Residence FENTON-- '-Making Your Garment Fit You" with pointers o Former Stacyville Residents Succumb STACYVILLE -- T w o former Stacyville residents died this week. They were May Kroutch at St. Paul, who formerly operated a millinery, and Mrs. Anna Downey at Austin, Minn. 50 YEARS IN BUSINESS - Jacob Pfaltzgraff 50 years in the t business in the same lo- * WE'RE LETTING YOU IN ON A SECRET : YOU HEAR A LOT ABOUT : AR A LOT ABOUT AmcQNDlTIpNlNG ;; ip^ d y'?° u k P°^b's^n.yo« ^can^reaffily'xoirttTftfr.iy^^ for cold weather. ENJOY THE COMFORT ... of a warm air conditioned home this printer. We'll be glad to call and examine your plant and Rive you an estimate of the cost We believe you'll be pleasantly surprised. AIR CONDITIONING EXPERTS KELROY FUEL FURNACE CO. 137 FOURTH ST. S. W. PHONE 441 iicjf *jj. 01.3141 el v i a IE, J.UJ. inti. 1,7 A tai-- i_.uai ica j_ic wiSj tU UlC v^tJQtUT V3I-* School elections were scheduled dents of this city, visited friends ley hospital on Tuesday afternoon for Monday in numerous North Iowa towns. At Iowa Falls the largest field of candidates in the history of the city presaged a free-for-all race Monday. o n a y . ' church which he and his family way, daughter This big field is due to the fact have occupied the past few years. Conoway, left that two directors will be chosen to fill positions of old members of the board whose terras. expire this spring, and two will be selected to fill positions held by two members who were appointed to fill positions vacated by resignation a few weeks ago. Mrs. R. H. Pardun who was appointed to take the place of Mrs. W. E. Welden who resigned will seek election for the regular term of office as will Hay E. Arnold, who succeeded Claude H. Koon who also resigned. For the position of two three-year terms, four candidates are in the running, R. E. Macy, H. E. H arisen, Mrs. M. C. Nelson and Mrs. Paul E. Jones. For the one-year term, Mr. Arnold will have competition in Dr. D. H. Wolfe and Grant Bozien. With eight entries and handicaps waived, it looks as though the lutcome was anybody's guess. SPECIAL ISSUE AT EAGLE GROVE POLLS EAGLE GROVE--School election will be held Monday and the following question will be voted on, and will also be voted on by the people at the city election on Monday, March. 27: "Shall the Independent School District of Eagle Grove, Iowa, purchase and pay for, out of the schoolhouse .fund, the following described real estate, to-wit: Block 43, first Railroad addition to Eagle Grove?" The vote of the people at the city election is not necessary, but the people will be given opportunity to express an opinion. The ground proposed to be purchased is to provide needed play ground space. The present school board is composed as follows: Mrs. Bertha Hobbet, president; Ed Ryan, Evert McGrath, F. H. Wixcm, and Merrlyn MacNaughton, d i r e c t o r s ; Miss Marjorie Foil, secretary. McGrath and Ryan decline to be candidates for re-election, and R. C. Allbaugh and George Heard are mentioned to fill the vacancies. LIVELY CONTEST IS SEEN AT HAMPTON HAMPTON--A lively contest is expected in the school election here Monday with four candidates for two three year terms. Candidates are Earl H. Bryan and L. H. Davis, incumbents, Ralph H. Stuart and Dr. H. D. Wright. KRAUSE DECLINES TO ENTER FENTON RACE FENTON --The annual school election will be held Monday. Directors whose terms expire this year are G. R. Krause and Dr. J. A. Mueller. The candidates whose names will appear on the printed ballots are W. H. Holldorf, Dr. J. A. Mueller, Dr. E. W. Ruske and Harry Widdel. G. R. Krause, who has been president of the board for a number of years, declined to run again this year. SCHOOL ELECTION AT LEDYARD CREAMERY LEDYARD--The regular election of the Ledyard school district will be held at the Ledyard Co-operative Creamery Monday. A director will be elected for a term of three years to succeed Walter Hans. TWO SEEK VENTURA SCHOOL BOARD JOBS McVicker of Denver, Colo., visited Wednesday at the home of his mother, Mrs. I. D. McVicker. Parents of Daughter ley Kutzner and Walter Skene. The two latter members' terms expire but they are up for reelection. Two new candidates for the office are Rollin Luscomb and C. E. Anderson. OSAGE PLANS FOR ELECTION ON MONDAY OSAGE--The school election is to be held here Monday. Only two names appear on the ballot, H. HERE and THERE Miscellaneous Items From 125 Globe-Gazette Correspondents in North Iowa and Southern Minnesota Visit at Eagle Grove EAGLE GROVE--Mr. and Mrs. J«.*JAJU *ji*w va--iKiA. ajiu iiiia. wivi^nivrxu--ivir. ana jvirs. i_jC£ Guy Tibbetfs, and Mrs. E. C. Bil- Lewis took his mother, Mrs. ney of Estherville, formerly resi here Tuesday and Wednesday Buys Residence OSAGE--Frank Campbell purchased the former C onner residence west of the Catholic -- ~church which he and his family way, daughter where she will receive treatment several days before she under- has goes an operation. Leaves for California LUVERNE --Jacqueline Cono- o! Mrs. Pearl Wednesday for , ,,,,.., where she will visit relatives and later will be employed at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Merril Curran and attend college. Visitor From Duncan BELMOND--Mrs. David Ost- iittve ULvupieu uie itabi icvv ,ye«u:s. ^uuvvaj, Mr. Campbell is employed in the Hedlands, general offices of the James A. " : "'* "·'- Smith Lumber company. On business Trip HUTCHINS--Penn Eckels, Hancock county supervisor, with the co-supervisors, G. E. KUpping of ^tiuMnjiiu--ivus. uavio. vjsi- Forest City and Frank Shoun of land of Duncan is visiting at the Duncan and C. F. Merton, county home of Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Rus- engineer, were in Des Moines sell. Wednesday on a business mission for the county. Senior Pictures Taken aemor nuiures .laKen ^-. -*vc.yuuiu; nave sola ineir nome B R I S T O W -- Superintendent here to Mr. and Mrs. Glen Webb. Roelofs and Prof. Paul Newton ac- The Reynolds expect to move to cornpanied the graduating class, Charles City next week where 'h e 'r son Claud - , for 1939, of our high school to or , o our g s c o o o r son, a u e , as employ- Mason City Wednesday to have nient. Mr. Reynolds has been in pictures taken. Accepts Position MITCHELL--Joe Martykan has gone to Chicago where he has accepted a position in a foundry. Daughter Is Born LAKE MILLS--Mr. and Mrs. poor health for several months and unable to work. Visits in DCS Moines HANSELL -- Mrs. Fred Van Katen is spending the latter part of the week in Des Moines visiting her sister, Mrs. Carl Ross, i_.Ais.t iviiijijb--ivir. and ivirs. " J s " cl siaiei, ivirs. i_;ari KOSS, Alton Brunsvold are the parents where she will attend the state of a 10 pound girl born Wednes- tournament. j._. _,. *,-- ,,-:,,,,,-__-, , ,i_. Returns From Florida BHISTOW _ Dick Cadsen re- UL cl l u l^ulllftll g,LLL U U L I I ^ V G U J day at the Kingland hospital. Is From Denver, Colo. EAGLE GHOVE--The Rev Roy rarems or uaugiuer m^Li^i *iau guiie BUFFALO CENTER--A daugh- spend the winter. ter was bora to Mr. and Mrs. Pete Voogd. Returns From California DUMONT--Mrs. Henry Roll returned Thursday morning from AJhambra, Cal., where she had been visiting her daughter, Mrs. Lawrence Anderson and husband the past four months. Submits to Operation POPEJOY--Mrs. C. L. Harmon submitted to a abdominal operation at the Webster City hospital Thursday. Called to Waterville CHESTER--Mrs. A. C. Uglum was called to Watewille Wednesday by the serious condition of her aged father, A. Hendrickson, who has pneumonia. Returns From Seattle, Wash. GOLDFIELD -- Rudy Amosson returned home Thursday from Seattle, Wash., where he had spent the past three months with relatives and friends. Miss Stella Amosson, R. N., who is employed at Seattle returned here with her brother for a visit at the parental Osmund Amosson home. Goes to Alsona STILSON--Mrs. J. M. Miller ·ent to Algona Tuesday to have a tonsil operation. Son Is Born McINTIRE--Born to Mr. and Mrs. Roy Betts at their home in Mclntire a 11 ii pound son, Darrell Dee Betts. Monday. 'Visitors From Colorado MITCHELL -- Mrs. Conrad Becker of Denver. Colo.. Is spending a few davs here visiting old friends. The Beckers are former Mitchell residents. They conducted a department store here some 20 years ago befdre goin? west. Is From South Dakota BELMOND--Harry Harberts arrived Thursday from Canton. S. Dak., to visit friends and relatives in Belmond and transact business. On Vacation Trip EAGLE GROVE--Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Collopy are spending a several weeks' vacation at Hot Springs, Ark., and at Okmulgee, Okla., with their daughter, Mrs. Irvin Hauser. Is From Waterloo RUDD--Mrs. J. O. Van Eaton of and G. O[ Lasbrook, ,,,,,,, of whom are candidates to succeed themselves for three year terms. The other three board members are: Dr. G. L. Horton, Frank C. Chatman and Gerhart Goplerud whose terms expire in 1911. SCHOOL ELECTION AT WODEN MONDAY WODEN -- N o candidates have been filed for the two vacancies for director for the Woden independent school board. The election will be held Monday. PLAN FOR VOTE AT CALMAR MONDAY . CALMAR -- The public school ejection,, wilt x be;held .MQn.day.; P at cham during Mrs. Burcham's illness. Submits to Operation KANAWHA--Mrs. M. N. Peterson is a patient at the Lutheran hospital at Fort Dodge where she submitted to a shoulder operation on Monday. Move Near Devonia OSAGE^-Lester Behrens has sold his residence* on east Mechanic street to L. A. Lyon of Waterloo who will move his family here April 1. Mr. Lyon represents the Franklin Equipment company. Mr. and Mrs. Behrens and daughter are moving to the parental farm near Devonia. Parents of Girl POPEJOY--Mr. and Mrs. Ed Gardalen are parents of a girl born at the Hampton hospital Monday. Tours Mason City CRYSTAL LAKE--The senior class spent Wednesday in Mason City where they had their' class picture taken and went on a tour in Mason City put on by the Chamber of Commerce. · Visitor at Manly . . Carl Nystrom's terms expire this spring. Nomination papers have been filed for Henry Fjelstul, George Holverson and J. F. Conover. Mr. Nystrom will not be a candidate. Legion Meeting to Be Held on Monday CLARKSVILLE--A c o u n t y meeting of the American Legion and Auxiliary will be held in the I. O. O. F: hall in Clarksville, Monday evening. The meeting will be in observance of the formation of the American Legion. ily . Visits at St. Louis, Mo EMMETSBURG-- Ralph Soeth, -- , manager of the A. and S. shoe Returns From Chicago CLARION--Mrs. E. J. Barlow returned Tuesday from a buying trip tn Chicago. 111. The new Barlow Clothing store is now located in the west Fairbanks apartment. Move to Mason City PLYMOUTH--Leo Smith, who lost his home and part of the furnishings in a fire a short time ago. has moved his family to Mason City where they will remain until a new house is built. Receives Treatment ORCHARD--Mr. and Mrs. Lee Charles Lewis, to the Cedar Val- Sell Residence ROCKFORD--Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Reynolds have sold their home son, Claude, has employ- turned from Orlando, Fla., Tuesday. He was called there in December by the serious illness of his son, Franklin, who with his mother had gone to Florida to Attend League Rally POPEJOY -- The Rev. Wilbur E. Morse, accompanied by members of the Epworth League, attended the quarterly meeting of the sub-district, held at Dows, Tuesday evening. Returns to Akron, Ohio NORA SPRINGS--Miss Mary Bishop of Akron, Ohio, has . returned to her home after a month's visit with her aunt, Mrs. Lucenda Bishop, and other relatives here. Undergoes Operation LUVERNE--Mrs. Mary Sorenson, who lived in Luverne many years ago and later in Algona, underwent a major operation in Rochester recently. Her son, Elmer, of Denver, Colo., and her sister, Mrs. Sam Maurer, Renwick, were with her during the operation. Returns to Fargo McINTIRE--Mrs. BiUmeyer of Fargo, N. Dak., who accompanied the body of her husband, Arthur Billmeyer, to Osage for burial, left for her home at Fargo Wednesday afternoon. She was accompanied here by her cousin. At Parental Home LEDYARD -- Kenneth Thompson of Sioux City, son of George Thompson, is spending the weekend at the parental home. Is Dubuque Visitor LEROY, Minn.--Little Sharon Davies has spent the past three weeks with her aunt, Mrs. L P Grube, in Dubuque. Ladies Aid Meets PLYMOUTH--About 40 members attended the Ladies Aid meeting in the M. E. church parlors Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. H. Otterness and Mrs. Lewis Bosveldt as hostesses. A special number was given by Mrs. M J Mikkleson. Former Czech President Will Speak at Grinnell Norman Thomas Also on International Institute's Program GRINNELL--Eduard B e n e s , former president of Czechoslovakia, will be the main speaker at the fifth annual Institute of International Relations to be held on the Grinhell college campus June 15 .to 24, it was announced here Saturday. Benes, one of the founders of the old Czechoslovakia and president of the republic before its dismemberment at the Munich conference last fall, at the present time is lecturing at the University of Chicago. Headed League Board He was closely associated with the League of Nations, representing Czechoslovakia and acting as head of that country's delegation. In 1936, Benes was elected head of the board of the League of Nations. Other speakers to appear at the Institute will be R. H. Markham, Budapest correspondent for the Christian Science Monitor; T. Z. Koo, former official of the Chinese National Railways, and now secretary of the World's Student Christian Federation; Herbert E. Fraser, professor ot economics at Swarthmore college and former head economist analyst of the state department. - Thomas to Speak F. Wilhelm Sollmann, former Minister of the Interior of Germany; Mrs. Laura Puffer Morgan, American "representative in Geneva, Switzerland, of the National Council for the Prevention of War; Norman Thomas, director of the League for Industrial Democracy, will be other speakers. In addition, Clarence E. Pickett, executive secretary of the American Friend's Service; and Leyton Richards, minister of the Carr's Lane Congregational church, Bir: mingham, England, are scheduled on the program. MRS. BUBLITZ, 89, SUCCUMBS Conduct Last Rites at St. Ansgar on Monday Afternoon ST. ANSGAR--Funeral services for Mrs. Augusta Bublitz, 89, who died Friday morning of old age and complications, will be held Monday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the Evangelical Lutheran church here, the Rev. Paul Brammer officiating. Mrs. Bublitz was a resident of St. Ansgar for many years. Surviving are two sons, Rinehardt and Hugo, St Ansgar, four daughters, Mrs. A. Gansch, Vesper, Wis., Mrs. G. Wiegand, Dickenson. N. Dak.; Mrs. Ella Hertz and Miss Martha Bublitz, St. Ansgar. Chicago Musician to Play in Auditorium at Britt on Monday BRITT--A band benefit will be held; Monday night at the. Britt ''sitor at Manly high school auditorium. . : " . .' -...-^.^/-'-Hi^.V.Ltjc, .FA-ost.~of .··?^. r .- t on AJ'!J n Jackson,of Chica- Masdn'Ciry' "has 'been -visiting 'her So; ^'fU-'. be. ffeature^-. as ··marimba brother, Claude Forbes, and fam- so /° lst - Hls Pupil," Patty Senrieff, ily this week. Wl11 also play several marimba ·"'-"- -* "· · · -- solos and wilt be accompanied by her sister, Jean. of the . - -- -- ....... - ... ,,.,,, ~. .,,,,,,, Mothers of members ?tove at Emmeisburg. is spending oand have organized a Band this week in St. Louiy. Mo. Mothers' club and they will have ·R..IHIT,,, f«~ rn.i -- 1 charge of the sale of tickets for the benefit. Dies From Injuries Suffered in Mishap CHESTER--Lambert Weis died m Mercy hospital in Cresco Thursday night from the effects of a broken hip. Funeral arrangements api not completed. EDUARD BENES NORMAN THOMAS RYEANDHENKEL GET CONTRACT Mason Cityans Will Build New Ailamakee County Courthouse The Rye and Henkel Construction companies, associated, were awarded the general contract for the construction of ihe new Aila- makee county courthouse at Waukon Friday afternoon. The, Rye and Henkel bid was 5140,872. Twenty general contractors bid on the construction, a PWA project. The courthouse is to be built of brick and concrete with stone trim. Construction will get under way immediately. C. J. Smith of Mason City received the electric wiring and fixture contract for $3,700. A. J. Kreamer From Popejoy Succumbs in Iowa Falls Hospital POPEJOY--A. J. Kreamer died at the Iowa Falls hospital Thursday night, following an illness of asthma and complications. Funeral arrangements have not yet been made. CARD PARTY HELD LONEROCK -- T h e American Legion Auxiliary held a card party Tuesday evening at the hall. E. M. Jensen, Mrs. Roy Jensen, J. M. Blanchard and Mrs. G. J. Burt were high scorers. Mrs. I. N. Nelson won door prize. 80 YEAR OLD WOMAN IS DEAD Plan Services for Mrs. Halvorson of Lake Mills Vicinity LAKE MILLS--Mrs. Eil Halvorson, about 80, died at her home Friday afternoon, following a lingering illness. She had been in poor health the past two years. Surviving are her husband, three daughters, Mrs. M. Westrum o£ Scarville, Mrs. Ed Mellum of Grundy Center, Mrs. Nels Monson of Emmons. A son, Halvor, preceded her in death. Funeral plans have not been definitely arranged but will probably be Monday at the Salem Lutheran church in charge of the pastor, the Rev. Joseph L. Knutson. "Modern Trends in Breadniaking" Forms Subject of Lesson FENTON--"Modern Trends in Breadmaking,"'which is the final lesson in this year's home project work, was presented by the home agent, Mrs. Hicks, on Thursday to leaders, the township chairman and the publicity chairman, at the home of :Mrs. E. C- Weisbrod. :A demonstration on the making arid baking of whole wheaVbread wiijs.'.grvep/jSfcs,.-.,tlic'ks ,· also. 'd«iTi- oris'trated ·· H ; different · kinds- of rolls made from the whole wheat dough. After the baking the bread was scored. Plans pertaining to Achievement day, which is to be May 2 at Burt, were discussed. Fenton township's exhibit will be on this phase, "Bread Making." Rosary Society of Belmond Has Supper BELMOND--Mrs. Frank Quigley's division of the St Francis Rosary society served a supper at the library basement Thursday evening. EYEOFJOICE WOMAN INJURED Alva Braund Taken to Hospital After Chisel Hits Eyeball JOICE Miss A l v a Braund suffered a serious injury .Thursday when she stopped to watch, her brother, Leslie, who was working on the tractor. The chisel which. he was using flew out of! his hands striking Miss Braund in the eye, splitting the eyeball. Suffering severe pain, she was taken to the office of Dr. M. M» Hage at Lake Mills where it was learned that the eye would have to be removed. She was taken to Mercy hospital, Mason City, by ambulance, where the eye was re» moved Thursday evening The accident occurred at about five o'clock Thursday evening oa a farm 2 miles east of Joice, rented by the G. L. Braund family. I ACKLEY YOUTH IN FIRE DIES Embolism Suffered in Jump From Frat House Proves Fatal MINNEAPOLIS, Minn., (UP)-Ward Gresslin, 24, Ackley, Iowa, died Friday night in University hospital here when a fatty embolism carried from the marrow of a fractured Bone reached the brainl Gresslin was one of three University of Minnesota students who was forced to jump from the third floor of the Delta Upsilon fraternity house to escape a fire. He had been under an oxygen tent since Tuesday, and was given, blood transfusions Friday by two fraternity brothers. Meeting of Groups at Burt Conducted HURT--The U and I circle met at the C. F. Mann home Friday afternoon. Mrs. G. E. Brace was assisting hostess. The Fortnightly club met with Mrs. W. J. Lockwood Friday afternoon. CHARITY CLXJB MEETS JOICE-^-Members ot- the Char-1 ity club met at the local church 1 Friday. Mrs. Emmet Johnson andj Mrs. Harry Johnson served. Phone 396 for Brilliant, Beautiful CLEANING SERVICE Here is dry cleaning that sparkles with perfection-cleaning that, makes your garments gorgeously new and lovely -- keeps them new longer. MASON CITY DYERS CLEANERS SPECIAL SHOWING of KIRSHMOOR Exclusive v O^A^Sj and SUITS -^^v«= c ;';-v.^ Jv:J. ijj-.i ;· y;.:..'.V , ·.· ; ~',", V-'.'i'.i : ' Monday, March 13 We invite anyone interested in a new spring coat or Suit to attend this special showing.

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