Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on March 14, 1939 · Page 4
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 4

Mason City, Iowa
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Tuesday, March 14, 1939
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TUESDAY, MARCH 14, 1939 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE POET WINNERS ARE SELECTED Eighth District's Honors Announced by Algona Woman Former Iowa Falls Businessman Dies in San Francisco IOWA PALLS--Word was received here Monday of the death i n - S a n Francisco of Charles G. | I Hibner, 15, a former well known \ 1 businessman of this city. Mr. Hib- ] ALGONA--The winners in the ncr had been seriously ill the past eighth district poetry contest, j year with a heart ailment. conducted during the past tew, months by the Iowa Federation o£ Women's clubs, were announced Monday by Miss Margaret Durant of Algona, district poetry chairman. Contest judges gave first honors to Miss Metta Robinson ot Web- ter City for her poem "Blindness" and second to Miss Bessie L. Lyon. also of Webster City for her poem "To the Old Husking Peg." Both Miss Robinson and Miss Lyon are instructors in the Webster City high school and hold membership in the Quill flub, a literary group devoted to creative writing. The winning poems will represent the eighth district in the statewide contest now being held under the direction ol Miss Pearl Hogrefc, Iowa State college, who is state poetry chairman for the federated clubs. Klemme Girl Named to Staff of Daily at State College AMES--Tom Kennedy, Ames, has been named 1939-40 managing editor of The Student, daily paper at Iowa State college, by Ole Lande, Roland, editor-elect. Kennedy has been an issue editor the past 2 quarters and has served 1 years on the repprtorial staff. He succeeds Clyde Zimmerman, Ames. Other major staff appointments announced are: · Ethel'Over-holt, Klemme, women's editor; {Catherine "Dodds, Ames, society editor; Bernie Kooser, Ames, sports editor; Franklin Shook, Concord, N. H.; John Rohlf, Worthing ton, S. Dak.; Huth Sawin, Ames; Don Jackson, Giemvood, and Marshall Townsend, Ames, issue editors. Mr., Mrs. Nathan Milisapp Honored RAKE--Several neighbors and friends held a surprise party for Mr. 1 and Mrs..Nathan Milisapp at their home Friday evening. A gift ot silver was given them and a pot luck supper was served. Mrs. Milisapp was Mrs. Beatrice Osland before her marriage recently to Nathan Milisapp of Grand Rapids, Minn. The couple is living on a farm near Rake. For many years he was engaged n the drug business here and later owned and operated the Hotel Woods. He is survived by his widow and a son, Don. The body will be cremated and the ashes brought here tor interment beside his daughter. He was formerly a member of the Pythian fraternity. HOLD RITES OF SEXTON WOMAN Services at Home Near Town for Mrs. Elizabeth Yanser SEXTON--Mrs. Elizabeth Yan- ser, 72, died at her home two miles north of town Sunday morning from flu and complications. She is survived by her husband, two sons, Ralph and George, and two brothers, Owen of Marshalltown and Hugh of Waverly. Funeral services were conducted at the home north of town Tuesday at the 2:30 p. m., with the Rev. Arthur Bottom officiating. Interment was in the Evergreen cemetery at Wesley. Pallbearers were Olaf Funmemark, B e n Schrouth, Lou Boleneus, Carl Paetz, Mr. Hansen and Mr. Fremml. Iowa State Band to Begin Spring Tour at Carroll March 19 AMES--The Iowa State college concert band of 77 members will play the first concert of its 5-day spring vacation tour at Carroll, March, 19. Following this, concerts will be played at Ida Grove, Jackson, Minn., LeMars, Odebolt, Pocahontas. Sac City, Sioux Falls, S. Dak., Spencer, Spirit Lake, Storm Lake and Webster City. We Are Pleased To Announce! M.J/ JIM" MORGAN Is Oar New FLOOR COVERING Department Manager Mr. Morgan is thoroughly versed in floor coverings. With many years experience he offers you his services in the proper selection of carpets, rugs, and linoleum. 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