The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on March 14, 1939 · Page 8
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March 14, 1939

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 8

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TUESDAY, MARCH 14, 1939 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE This Wreck Cos* Life Near Austin, Minn, Pictured at right is the wreck- agre of the cars involved in {he smashup at Blooming Prairie, Minn., Saturday, the crash proving fatal to W. H. Darby. The Darby car is the one at the right. In the car at the left were Henry Wilierson, his mother, Mrs. Anna Wilkerson, and James and Albert Diggins, all of Austin. In the top picture the left side of Mr. Darby's car was demolished, as can be seen in the photo which was taken at the accident scene. Joo Wewer- Jca, of lUankato, who was ridin? with Mr. Darby, escaped without injury. Young Wewcrka said he was sleeping: when the collision occurred. The X in the car window indicates the place where Mr. Darby was seated at the time of the crash. Charles City Globe-Gazette OFFICE PHONE 1052 Office at 603 Riverside Drive News Correspondent, Phone 318 Don K. Sandell, Manager Residence Phone, 937-J LEAH HOLMES, M'INTOSH WED Exchange Nuptial .Vows in Cedar Falls Evangelical Church CHARLES CITY--Miss Leah _ Sara Holmes and Jess A. Mclntosh of this city were married Saturday evening in the First Evangelical church, Cedar Falls, by the Rev. O. M. Yaggy. The attendants were Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Lauzon, Jr., brother-in-law and sister of the bride who live in Waterloo. Mr. and Mrs. Mclntosh will live on Ohio avenue, Charles City. Mr. Mclntosh' is employed by the Oliver Equipment company. Next Sunday Mrs. H a t t i e Holmes, Plainfield, will give a reception lor her daughter and husband. Herbrechtsmeyer, Henry Elected at School Balloting CHARLES CITY--J. P. Henry a n d William Herbrechtsmeyer were elected members of the school board in the.election held here Monday. Their votes were Henry 808, Herbrechtsmeyer, 794. Frank Lampman, the third candidate, received 434 votes. There were 1,116 votes cast. Regular Luncheon of D. A. R. Chapter Held CHARLES CITY--The regular monthly luncheon of Alden Sears chapter D. A. R. was held Monday noon at the Anderson tea room with Mrs. George Buckman, Mrs. George Bentley and Miss Olive Hand as hostesses. Mrs. A. L. Kout, Nashua, gave a travelog of her trip east last summer. Mrs. Eloise Merrick was appointed corresponding secretary, taking the vacancy caused by Mrs. Nadine Holly's moving out of the city. Mrs. Lais ,ScofieId, regent, presided at the meeting. James in Charge of Staff of Directory CHARLES CITY--T. B. James is in charge o£ the staff gathering data for the Charles City directory and the canvass will be completed here this week. A house to house canvass will be made of all the towns in the county and farm owners and tenants will also be listed. Mr. James has had 28 years' experience in directory work. MIRRO GOOD HOUSEKEEPING THE FINEST PERCOLATORS Assure perfect coffee every time. 4-cup $1-29; 6-cup $1.49; 8-cup JJ.69; I2-cup..._ $1.98. W1ECE ALL'SOIWQ rut SET 34; 1 and 2-qt. Ideal baking, pudding and general utility pans. SQUARE ESS POACHER Poaches eggs to fit toast Use pan for cakes, removable cups for-molded desserts. SEU-MEASURIKa 4-PIECE PAN SET Jf, 1; 1#, 2-qt. Double lipped pans. Cover set, ipcciaf 69c-. I-P1ECE COVERED ' · PAH SET AU self-measuring- -1 i,2, 3-qt. size*. Bakelite knobs. S P E C I A L $100 I JEtSU5 Sore 45t Wisely Sore 31t Wisely P E C I A L $ 0 6 9 ^m REG.sis Sate 31 £ Wiselr \L\irrie Van Hess 20-22 EAST STATE ST. PHONE 17 C.H.PRALLIN RESEARCH WORK Former Eucator at Charles City Given Year Absence Leave CHARLES CITY--C. H. Prall, former superintendent of t h e Charles City schools, who has been dean at the Pittsburgh, Pa., university for several years, has been granted a year's leave of absence to do some research work and writing. Mr. and Mrs. Prall returned from a trip to Europe just before the holidays and spent Christmas with his parents in southern' Iowa. Mr. Prall has written many articles for educational magazines. He has a brother who is on the staff o£ Cornell college. inary Student, as circulation manager. This is the official publication of the Iowa State Student chapter of the American Veterinary Medical association. Saint Margaret's Guild of the Episcopal church will meet Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Horace Olds, president. Tickets for City Election Unusual CHARLES CITY--The tickets for the city election are unusual this year. The only full ticket, "Citizens," is headed by Alfred Eggert for mayor. Howard Lanz is running alone for mayor on the "Progressive" ticket. W. Loren Parr is running for treasurer and A. E. Hegel for assessor on the "Independent" ticket. There is no candidate for treasurer on the "Citizens" ticket but G. C. Blunt is candidate for assessor on that ticket. Charles City Briefs CHARLES CITY--W. J. Keene was the guest speaker at the regular meeting of the Rotarv club Monday noon in the Saint Charles hotel. He spoke on the armament program. Mrs. Alton Sanders read several poems from "I Am a Stranger Here Myself" by Ogden Nash at the meeting o£ the business women's department of the Charles City Woi/ieh's club Monday evening in the Saint Charles hotel. This was a program she gave last week at the meeting of the literature department. Mrs. Gladys Uhe, chairman, presided at the meeting. Mr. and Mrs. Merrill G. Smith, Jr., have arrived home from their wedding trip to Hot Springs, Ark., and are getting settled in their apartment, 604 North Joslin street. Mrs. Herman Schaefer had a major operation in the Cedar Valley hospital Monday. Leo Erz has purchased the new bungalow on Fifteenth avenue built by N. C. Peterson and Son. Wayne E. Swant, Jr., is ill with influenza at the home of his mother, Mrs. Ida Swant. Mrs. Jesse Waddel], Jr., has returned from visits at Mason City and Waterloo. Mrs. Ella Krebs and daughter, Betty, DCS Moines, were guests of Mrs. Krebs' aunt, Mrs. W. F Kuech, and husband. Miss Marjorie Smith, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Emil Smith, has accepted a position with the Rath Packing company in Waterloo. Guests of Mrs. Bertha Townsend were her daughter, Mrs. Clarence Peterson, and husband of Volin, S. Dak. John Salsbury. son of Dr. and Mrs. J. E. Salsbury. has been I named to the staff ot the Vctev- LEAKNS OF DEATH SWALEDALE--Byron Westover received word Sunday that his mother, Mrs. Grace Westover of Geooa, 111., had died. Mr. and Mrs. B. Westover have two daughters, Thelma and Grace, living there. Funeral Services. of Mrs. Folkerds, ST., 83,'Are Held DUMONT--Funeral services for Mrs. Jans Folkerds, Sr. 83, were held Sunday afternoon at the German Reformed church with the pastor, the Rev. J. Thielken, in charge and preaching the sermon in ^German, He was assisted hy the Rev. E. M. Miller of the United Brethern church, who spoke in English. - Pallbearers were Harm Pen- ning, Sr,, John Rewerts, George Claassen, Henry Reysack, Aredale, Lubba Kannegeiser, and Will Stock. Burial .was in the local cemetery. HENDRICKSON DIES CHESTER--Mrs.'A. C. Uglum has been at her father's bedside since last Tuesday in Waterville, helping care for him. He died Monday morning. HOSTESS TO CLUB CARPENTER -- Mrs! Leonard Larson was hostess to the Wojn- an's club at her home Friday. TWO INJURED IN AUTO COLLISION Head, Chest Injuries Suffered by Allison Woman in Accident ALLISON--Miss Leota Parks of Allison and Hal Thompson o£ New Hartford were injured in a collision near the Old Oaken Bucket, Cedar Falls Saturday night when returning home from Waterloo. They collided with a Cedar Falls car. Miss Parks suffered chest and head injuries and Thompson suffered a bad fracture just below the hip. A gash .under his chin required several stitches to close it. 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