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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, MARCH 4 · 1937 THREE FOREST CITY MAKES PLANS FOR NEW GYM AT WALDORF NEED FOR NEW BUILDING URGED Commercial Club Starts Drive to Obtain Half . of $30,000. FOREST CITY--Plans by which a $30,000 auditorium-gymnasium for Waldorf college and the Forest City community will be erected were presented at a large meeting here Wednesday night of the local commercial club. President ,T. L. Rendahl discussed the need of the improvement if his institution is to survive and expand. "He closed his talk by announcing that Attorney Tom Boynton had been chosen to head the drive for the $15,000 which w i l l be Forest City's part of the investment. All Space Utilized. "We have reached the stage in our development," said the educator, "where we could not care for even 25 more students. Every foot of space is being utilized for classes. Utilization for this purpose of the space now required for our chapel and gymnasium, a thing that will be possible when the new building is erected, will give us an adequacy of classroom facilities." Mr. Boynton stressed the importance of the part played by Waldorf college in the business and community life of Forest City, a point further emphasized by E. N. Branstad, local merchant. Both referred to Waldorf college'as unsurpassed among junior colleges of the entire country. Reports on Policies. Discussion o£ the Waldorf project followed an address by L. P. Lpomis, publisher of the Mason City Globe-Gazette, who pointed out some o£ the avenues of service open to commercial organisa- tions in small cities. "There are some things that we can do and some things we can't," said the Mason Cityan. "Our job, it seems to me, is to do- those, things that we can do to the very best' of our ability and quit worrying about the things which don't come w i t h i n our field of power." P. H. Hanson, newly elected president, reported on general policies decided upon by the beard of directors made up of R. E. Hanson, Earl Anderson, Archie Jones, R. E. Anderson, Dudley Weible and Burdette Anderson, secretary"There's going to be a job for everybody," he promised. "The officers and directors are not go- 1 ing to carry the entire load. You - members,-.each of you, are going to be called on to do your part and we are assured of a successful year." Celebrations Are Planned. Eldon Malmberg, h a r d w a r e merchant, told of a plan to develop as an a n n u a l event a fall festival of a distinctix'e type. The Fourth o£ July is to be celebrated this year in Forest City, he announced. There was music by a f i v e piece orchestra during the serving of the dinner in the Hawkes hotel, and group singing led by Earl Hall of Mason City. Mr. Weible introduced the speaker. Returns to Iowa City. PLYMOUTH--Mrs, Job Hugi returned from a hospital at Iowa City the first of the week. She submitted to a major operation, recovering sufficiently to be brought to her home. :-: HERE AND THERE :-: Miscellaneous Items From 125 Globe-Gazette Correspondents in North Iowa and Southern Minnesota Visitor From Minneapolis. GARNER·-- B. J. Johansen of Minneapolis came Tuesday to visit j his brother, C. J. Johansen and family and with his sister, Mrs. J. L. Lloyd, at Britt. Mr. Johansen is enroute to his home after a trip into Missouri and Arkansas. He has extensive land holdipgs in Hancock county and will be here several days. Daughter Is Born. VENTURA--A daughter weighing 7 '.'2 pounds was born to Mr, and Mrs. Fred Rosenau Friday. They have named her Betty Jane. Daughter Is Born. VENTURA -- Lou Milhous ccived an announcement of the birth of a daughler to Mr. and Mrs. Otto Sheal of Nevada, Iowa. Mrs. Sheal was formerly Audrey Milhous. Mrs. Culberfson President. CRESCO--Mrs. R. E. Culbertson was elected president of the Woman's Oak Lawn cemetery association. The following vice presidents were elected: Mrs. E. R. Damon, Mrs. Mary Marsh, Mrs. C. E. Farnsworth, Mrs. B. K. Warner, Mrs. W. L. Barker, Mrs. George West and Mrs. F. Y. Graham. Mrs. F. O. Luehr was elected secretary and Mrs. B. K. Warner, treasurer. A r isitnrs From Waukon. WODEN--Mrs. Albert Snitkcr and son, Oliver of Waukon, spent Monday and Tuesday at the Lude- Uing home. Bernard Ludeking returned home with them to spend sevral days. Wins Garnttr Title Again. GARNER--Keith Mounce, son of Supl. and Mrs. J. R. Mounce, won the title for the second consecutive year in the Garner grade school to spell in the Hancock county contest March 20. Honored on Birlhda.v. KANAWHA--A surprise b i r t h day party was held for Mrs. Nellie Muhm at the home of Pear evening. Each Mrs. Muhm a Know Your State A Daily Fact- About loway President Gilmore of Iowa uni- reported that approximately . 3,000 students helped themselves through the school year by working either under the Natiur,al Youlh administration or at outside jobs. More than $31,000 was earned by studenls with cash jobs, the president estimated, while many others held board jobs, mostly at the University hospital. Ames Tuesday guest presented handkerchief. Home From Rapids. DUMONT--Mrs. Harry Johnson returned lo her Rapids Tuesday home a f t e r at Cedai spending several days in the home of hei parents, Mr. and Mrs. Will Hutchison. Mrs. Hutchison who suffered a third stroke five or six weeks ago, is not recovering vcr_ fast as she is still unable to use her right hand. Visitors From Minnesota. RAKE--Mr. and Mrs. Alber Hanson and daughter, Mrs. Nelsoi of Dwight. III., and Mrs. Helei Kissel and Silas Donhough o Bricelyn, Minn., visited at the Robert Kissel and Ingvald Jacobson homes Wednesday, On Way From Texas. HUTCHlNS--Harry Thompson who has spent the past two months in Texas in an e f f o r t to improve his h e a l t h , slarlcd home March 1. He visit relative? cnroute and plans 'to reach home about March 20. llites at Leon. ARMSTRONG -- Coach Georgr Adams went to Leon lo attend the funeral of his father-in-law. Mrs Adams has been there for scvern weeks lo help care for her father Visitors in DCS iWnincs. SWALEDALE--Mr. and Mrs. R J. Can- spent Tuesday in DCS Moines with their son, Donald who is employed there and with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hales. Mrs. Hales is recovering from a serious illness. 300 MODERN /"± ROOMS Famous Steamboat Cabin CoHee Shop · · · Popular Versailles Dining Room-Old English Tap Room ST. LOU IS HOTEL MARK TWAIN ALBERT H. A. T A R P Y , Man, One Of The HOTELS 4500 R O O M S IN 8 STATES CHICAGO, UJ. GREAT NORTHERN HOTO. ccraorr, KrcmcAW ....TULLCR HOTEL DAYTON. OHIO M I A M I HOTEL COLUMBUS. OHIO. CKJTTEHOEH HOTEL COLUMBUS. OHIO TORT IIAYC6 HOTEL TOLEDO. OHIO , fORT MEIDS HOTEL CINCINNATI. OHIO.. POUNTAIN SQUARE HOTEL CAKTOW, OHIO* HCDr/l HOTEL moiANAPOLia. INDIANA -ANTLERS KOTO. ANDERiiOJJ. INDIANA ANDERSON KOTCt. TERRC HAUTE. INDIANA. TEftPC HAUTE HOUSE ASIfLAHO. KENTUCKY VENTURA HOTEL OWEHSBORO. KENTUCKY, OWE11SBORO KOTEtj JACKSON. TENNESSEE. NEW SOUTHERN HOTEL. ST. LOUTS, MO- HAflX TWAW XQTEI. O.TCXAS RAIXIOH HOTTt, BICK r ifrfvuoe,ffaulaei^ewear AlBEHT PICK HOTEIS' Suffers Injured Eye. . DUMONT--Willard Van Riper, a WPA worker, received an injury lo his right eye while working at the stone quarry 2 miles cast of town when a piece of rock penetrated his eyeball.- He was taken lo the hospital at Hampton for treatment. Given Farewell Party. GENEVA--Mr. and Mrs. Chester Kurtz were surprised by their 500 club. They arc leaving lo make their home near Chapin. Arrive From Hastings. VENTURA -- Ray Smith, and family of Hastings arrived Monday to live on the farm they purchased from Herman Knoop, southwest of Ventura. Returns From Chicago. CALMAR--Mr. and Mrs. Emil Buck returned home from a two weeks' visit with their son, Mr. and Mrs. Le Roy Buck and Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Buck in Chicago. Mrs. Koclic Hostess. BRADFORD--Mrs. W. E. Roche was hostess to the Mothers' club at her home Tuesday. Submits to Operation. ROCKWELL--Frank Smith of Balh underwent an operation for appendicitis at the local hospital Wednesday morning, On Business Trip. LIME SPRINGS--R. S. Hughes l e f l Wednesday for Spcncch on .. business t r i p and will be gone several days. Mrs. Phillips Hostess. GARNER--The Woman's Progressive club met with Mrs. E. H. Phillips in her home. A report was given of the safety project sponsored jointly by the club and the American Legion. Mrs. James Carr followed the report with a review of "Silas Crockett," by Mary Ellen Chase. Returns From Rochester. CORWITH _ Mrs. Claude Bogard returned Monday from Ro Chester, Minn., where she has been with her husband who is recovering from an operation for the removal of a goiler, Is Committee Chairwoman. LELAND -- Mrs. W. H. Jacoh drove lo Clarion Tuesday, representing this district as committee chairwoman at a contact meeting of the Farm Bureau there. Buildings Arc Discussed. OSAGE -- The Shakespearean clul) held i(s regular meeting Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Ben Donskcr. Mrs. Joseph Larson gave a book study of "Old Gardens in and About Philadelphia." Five minute talks on historic buildings were given by Mrs. R n y Cummings on "Independence Hall;" Mrs. Paul Richmond on "Belsy Ross House;" Mrs. Hugh Nichols on "Carpenter's Hall;" Mrs. Walter Wright on "Christ Church," and Mrs. H. L. LaRue on "United Slates Mint." Returns From Wisconsin. CALMAR -- Miss Marian Hen- ncssy returned home Monday from a trip !o Madison and Cambria, Wis. Gets Embalming License. GARNER--Kenneth, son of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Beker, received word from the state board of examiners that he is a licensed em- halmcr. He took the e x a m i n a t i o n in J a n u a r y nt DCS Moines. He has been in the employ of Shannon- Bohn, funeral directors, the past four years. Visitors From Eltlora. ROCKWELL -- Mr. and Mrs. Edxvin Sanders of Eldora visited Tuesday at the Fred Nelson and Mclvin Clark homes. Mrs. Sanders is a daughler o( Mr. and Mrs. Nelson and a sister of Mrs. Clark. Return From California. HANLONTOWN-- Mr. and Mrs. Tallack Tallackson of Graflon, N. Dak., spent Sunday with the Henry Gesme family. They are cnroutc home from C a l i f o r n i a and visited a daughter in Chicago. Visit at Rotlc. LATIMER--Andy B rod ale spent the week-end visiting friends and relatives at Bode. Visit in Twin Cities. ROCK FALLS -- Mr. and Mrs. W i l l i a m Mnhcr arc visiting Mr. Manor's parents, Mr, and Mrs. Timothy Mahcr, and also at the W. K. Cnok home in Minneapolis. Kcturn From McGregor. CORWITH--Mrs. Clara Pal tor- son and Mrs. L. W. Escher returned Tuesday from McGregor .vhore they attended funeral services for Ihcir brother, Leroy [feinbrodt, who died Sunday at a hospital at Woodward. "Mounted Police" Is Topic KANAWHA -- The Kanawha Woman's club met Tuesday even- ng at the home o£ Mrs. Etta Stewart. Roll call was answered on iVinter Sporls. The topic was 'Mounted Police and Customs Regulations of Canada." The leader was K a f h e r i n e Guderian wilh Margaret Darrah and Etla Stcw- irl as assistants. Go To Cnnistnta. T I T O N K A -- H e n r y Frnnx.cn ook Mrs. Frnnzen and Mrs. John lode Sr., to Canislola, S. Dak., for a stay of several days on business. I Births Arc Reported. CARPENTER -- Mr. and Mrs. Mward Feldt are parents of a laughter, born at Nissen hospital, 3sage, Sunday. They now have wo daughters. Mr. and Mrs. Earl jerlech are parents of a girl born Sunday at Ihcir home. There are low two sons and one daughter in he family. Return lo Rcilrtick. LONEROCK -- Giles and Jack Halloran and Michael McGinnis, who have been visiting at the Hugh Walsh home, returned to their home at Roddick, 111, Oppose Sales Tax. CHAPIN--A great deal of interest lias been shown in signing petitions to be sent to Senator Earl Dean and Representative Morris McNie to use their influence for the repeal of the Iowa sales tax. 100 Attend Meeting. SVVEA CITY--One hundred members of the Federated clubs of Kossutl-i county met at the M. E. chur.-h at Swea City Tuesday w i t h the Swca City and Lakola clubs as riostess clubs. The M. E. church served the noon luncheon. - Injured in Fall. H U T C H 1 N S--Frank Gahan went to Britt Wednesday lo consult a doctor concerning injuries suffered Tuesday when he fell 12 feet or more from the top of a load of baled straw to the frozen ground. His side, head arid one arm seemed to pain him most. Pulled From Ditch. RAKE--The four year old son of Mr, and Mrs. Louie Landc, norlner.st of Rake, fell in the dredge ditch near his home Tuesday and jiarrowly escaped drowning. He was unconscious when rescued. Hostess to Society. GORDONSVILLE, Minn.--Mrs. H. R. Buchanan and Mrs. M. L. Young entertained the Ladies' aid at the h a l l Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Men-dick Dies at Hampton; Rites Will Be in Chapin CHAPIN---Mrs. Leslie Morriick, who lived east of town, died at the hospital at Hampton early Wednesday. Mrs. Mordick has been a patient at the hospital the past four weeks following a Caesarian operation. Cora Stanficld was born at Bangor, Iowa, April, 1915. She is survived by her husband and four weeks old son, Harold, ana three brothers, two of Union and one at Marshalltown. The funeral services will be held at the Chapin Methodist church Friday afternoon with the Rev. A. R, Grant in charge. Burial will be made in the Chapin Wayside cemetery. The body was taken to the Wartnaby funeral home in Sheffield. Taken to Cherokee After Suicide Try NORTHWOOD -- George Tiara, 23, Deer Creek township farmer, was committed to the insane hospital at Cherokee Wednesday and was taken to that institution Wednesday afternoon by Sheriff Weic- ncth. Tiara, officers said, attempted to commit suicide late Tuesday afternoon at his farm home by entering his garage, closing the door and starting the motor of his car. He was discovered unconscious but still alive and was brought lo Northwood where he was revived after two hours of effort. He had made threats that he would take his life. P. K. O. Elects. ALGONA--The P. E. O. met Wednesday afternoon at the home of Miss Ella Thompson. Officers elected were Mrs. H. R. Cowan, president; Mrs. R. A. Evans, vice president, Mrs. C. H. Cretzmeyer, recording secretary; Mrs. Theod o r e Hutchison, corresponding secretary; Ella Thompson, treasurer; Mrs. H. D. Hulchins, chap- l a i n ; and Mrs. Jerry Slillman, guard. PNEUMONIA IS FATAL TO BABY No Inquest to Be Held in Death of Infant at Lawler. LAWLER -- Town and county officers said Thursday they would not hold an inquest into the death of Harry Harrison Randall, two months old infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Rosell Randall. The child is believed to have died Tuesday from pneumonia. Neighbors of the Randalls called officers when they learned that the i n f a n t had died and the mother had stated that she would wait u n t i l the father, who is a relief worker, returned Saturday before calling an undertaker. The i n f a n t had a severe burn on its face but an examination disclosed that the child died from pneumonia. The mother, officers say, attempted to warm the body when she found it was cold. The mother, formerly Freda Tabbert of Lawlor, is 24 years old. The father is 55. Funeral services for the infant were held Thursday afternoon at 1:30 with the Rev. W. D. Spiker, paslor of the Congregational church of New Hampton officiating. B u r i a l was at Alpha. Chamber at Decorah Scores Sales Taxes DECORAH -- A resolution was adopted by the Chamber of Commerce disapproving of the sales tax, which is sending customers fronr Iowa i n t o Minnesota where no lax is collecled, it was claimed. A meeting will be called w i t h i n a wcetc by Dr. E. Hagen, president of the Chamber, who will i n v i t e businesmen f r o m neighboring counties, Howard, Allamakec and Milchcll, lo meet in Decorah tor a discussion of the sales lax and Hie problems it presents to the businessmen of Iowa. For an Early Morning Headache-Do THIS S t a r t to D i s i n t e g r a t e and Go to Work Enjoy Relief Before You've Finished Dressing Jf you wake up wilh n headache, just lo I h i s : Try two quick-acting, quick-dissolving I5AYEUASIMIUN tulilcls wilh n. little water. Take them the moment you get up -before yon slnrl, dressing. tty the time, j/ou'vc finished, ilrr.i.i- iitfl, nine rliances in ten, you'll feel relief corning. You'll meet the day ivilli a clear head instead of suffering for hours. Genuine Bayer Aspirin provides Ihis quick relief because it is rated nmoiiK Hie quickest methods for relief science has yet discovered. And -- because rml BAYER ASPIRIN l.nlilcls are rcnfly to start working almost. I lie instant you Inke them, (Note illnslmlion.) So, acxL cnrly morning headache you have, try Ihis way. Gci. rcnl ll.n.vcr Aspirin now for only 15{ -Iwo full dozen for a quarter. Ask for it. by its full mime BAYER ASP/HIN'; not by the name "aspirin" nlone. 15° FOR A DOZEN 2 FULL DOZEN 25c V i r t u a l l y Ic a T a b l e t W Carole Lombard says: 'Advised by my singing coach, I changed to Luckies" "In my new picture'SwingHigh, Siding Low' I sing a song for the first time since I have been on the screen. To do this, I spent months taking singing lessons. And with this added strain, my throat was not in good shape. My singing coach suggested that when choosing cigarettes, I select a light smoke. And so I changed to Luckies. Since then I've found that a light smoke and my throat get along together just fine." CURRENTLY STARRING IN PAR AMOUNT PICTURES' "SWING HIGH, SWING LOW" An. independent survey was made recently among professional men and women--lawyers, doctors, lecturers, scientists, etc. Of those who said they smoke cigarettes, more than 87% stated they personally prefer a light smoke. Miss Lombard verifies the wisdom of this preference, and so do other leading artists of the radio, stage, screen and opera. Their voices are their fortunes. That's why so many of them smoke Luckies. You, too, can have the throat protection of Luckies--a light smoke, free of certain harsh irritants removed by the exclusive process "It's Toasted". Luckies are gentle on the throat. 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