Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on March 16, 1939 · Page 11
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Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, March 16, 1939
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KLEMME YOUTH IS SENTENCED Warren Bier Admits Forgery of Check;' . Paroled to Sheriff GAHNEK--Warren Bier, 19, of Klemme, was sentenced to one year in the Winnebago county jail at Forest City on a cheek forgery count after he pleaded guilty to County Atty. Clark Lovrien's information and was given hearing by Judge Henry N. Graven in Hancock county district court. Judge Graven suspended the sentence and paroled Bier to Sheriff i,. M. Brower. Bier was given his preliminary hearing in the court of Justice of the Peace H. y. Reed and was bound over to the grand jury, but decided then to enter a plea of guilty. TO LEAVE FOR ALASKA BRITT--Miss Mary Tegtmeyer has given up her duties at the Schoun grocery and expects to leave Monday for Alaska where she will visit relatives. She expects to be gone until next fall. - II here st\-les are neif. G e n u i n e ( . a p r i c a n a (.oats. Looks l i k e 5.2K.. C.-* »» MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE THURSDAY, MARCH 16, 1939 FELLOWSHIP OF PRAYER Doily Lenten Devotional By DR. GAIUS G. ATKINS THE FORGOTTEN WORD And herein do I exercise myself, to have always a conscience void of offense toward God and men. Read Ads 24:10-16. The very word conscience seems now a forgotten word; a ghost of a word. We too largely subject our enterprises to every test save those tests of right and wrong to which everything comes in the end. We need to return to foundation things: A "good conscience" is surely one of them. A good conscience is sensitive, sympathetic, teachable. It is always extending its empire. It takes account of new conditions, annexes new duties. It knows "that new occasions teach new duties;" that right and wrong invite widening reaches of relationship. They involve, shops and factories and governmental policies and warring nations. A good conscience is intelligent, seeks divine guidance, follows its best light, then issues its decrees and waits serene in the face of God and man. Prayer: Giver of wisdom, in whose light we see light, forgive us we beseech Thee that so often and in so many ways, we fear or forget to ask what is right. Recall us to goodness and so illumine our thoughts by Thy clear light, that we may discover in our sense of duty the vision of better lives for each one of us and a happier human fellowship for us ail. We ask in Jesus' Name. Amen. ROSENBERG IS NEW PRESIDENT Annual Meeting of Creamery Company, St. Ansgar, Held ST. ANSGAR -- The annual meeting of the Farmers Creamery company of St. Ansgar, was held Tuesday at Wilke's hall. The report as read showed the creamery manufactured 401,874 pounds of butter for the year and the average price paid was 31.58e. There was an increase of 51,793 pounds over the preceding year. The officers elected to serve for the ensuing year are: R. C. Rosenberg, president; Arthur Gerlach, vice-president; O. C. Seefeld, secretary and manager. Otto Bartz and Otto E. Tesch were elected directors. Stevenson,-Johnson Elected at Chester CHESTER--School election was held Monday. H. C. Stevenson was re-elected for two years and Elmer Johnson was elected for three years to replace C. C. Plummer, who has served as board member for 30 years. ATTEND FUNERAL CHESTER--Mr. and Mrs. Evan Thostenson of Hanley Falls, Minn., Tuesday attended the funeral of her brother, Ole Wilson. The funeral was held at Satterdahl Lutheran church north of Chester Wednesday afternoon. · WE DARE YOU TO DRIVE IT: ·pr's EYZRY BIT as exciting as it J. looks--this long silver bullet of a Nash! Get in--and got Feel the terrific getaway of Nash's new-type 99 horsepower engine . . . the /lew range of performance of the Fourth Speed For- ·R-ard'l Try out the magical "Weather Eye"* that banishes dust and chilly drafts. See how quiet and easy this big, 117-inch wheelbase Nash sedan rides! Come in--today! Cerro Gordo Nash Co. 1 15 N. Delaware Phone 636 HERE J Equipment and Federal Talcs lothldtd (Wlil. »i WtGhapmans IRRESISTIBLE BEAUTY,. Unequalled Durability Members of Garner ,egion Post Feted )y Auxiliary .Group GARNER--Members of Gilford Olson post of the American Le;ion were honored at a birthday arty given Wednesday night in he Legion hall by members of tie local American Legion Auxil- ary. The twentieth anniversary of he organization of the American ".egion was celebrated at the arty which began with a 6:30 pot uck supper and included a program and evening of cards. County Engineer Charles F. Vlerten, who holds the rank of captain, was featured at the program in a talk on "National De- ense." PERMALUX ^akesSpringConstrurtionPermanitlyComfortable Just Received a Solid Carload Of the Famous Quality "Permalux" Living Room Suites All New Patterns .. . Styles and the Latest Colors in New Fabrics. You .Have Never Seen Real Life Time ' Construction Until You See "Permalus." Here Is a Real Bargain--Velvet Suite Built by Ulakers of Famous "Permalux " CHAPMAN · ·"·* % *O ·*·*·*-**-· 1-I A V-J 59 19-21 FIRST ST. S. E. MASON CITY ESTHER WEBB HEADS P. E. 0. Regular Meeting of Sisterhood Is Held in Northwood Home NOHTHWOOB--Miss Esther A. Webb, principal of the Northwood high school, was elected president of chapter ES of the P. E. O. sisterhood of this city at the regular meeting held Monday evening in the home of Mrs. Leon S. Barnes. Other officers elected were Mrs J. H. Dwells, vice president; Mrs R. G. Mellem, recording secretary Mrs. George E. Whltcomb, corresponding secretary; Mrs. L. D Beckett, treasurer; Mrs. W," I. Sayre, chaplain; Miss Marion Dwelle, guard. Miss Webb was named delegate and Mrs. Dwelle alternate to represent the chapter at the state convention to be held in Cedar Rapids in May. Hanlontown Man Sells Interest in Peat Company HANLONTOWN--Eli F. Colby the junior member of the Colb- Pioneer Peat company, sold hi: one-half interest in the compan; to his brother, John W, Colby and he sold one-half interest to M. T. Rye and J. M. Knutsen. Mr Knutsen has been retained bookkeeper. He had served bookkeeper the past year and half. The Colby brothers had been in partnership the past ten years and developed the peat bog three mile west of town. John Colby has beer elected president; M. T. Hye, vic president; J. M. Knutsen, secre tary and treasure. The company has been fillin orders all winter of the 1938 dig ging and has rriore orders to b filled. Operation of digging am drying the 1939 peat will soon be gin. Rudd Students Win Radio Competition RUDD--In a radio contest a Waterloo the Hudd high schoo represented by Rose Marie Edie Milly Jean Cords, Louise Kelsey and Margaret Andersen won i victory over the team of 4-H club representatives o£ Butler county. Department of Osage Women's Club Meets OSAGE--The public welfar department of the Osage "Women club met Wednesday afternoon a the home of Mrs. Gus Swanson Mrs. Grace Thomason gave a tall on, "My Own Old Age Security. Mrs. Frankie Bush gave a talk "on "Grasshopper Thrift." Joy Lenning Feted by 60 at Thompson THOMPSON -- A pre-nuptial shower was given in honor of Miss Joy Lenning Tuesday evening at tlie town hall. A program was given, after which she received many gifts. Lunch was served to about 60 persons. Miss Lenning will become the bride of Arlo Carson of Albert Lea at a church wedding in Thompson. Rockford Club Plans Annual Guest Night ROCKFORD -- The Rockford Commercial club will entertain its wives at the annual guest night to be held Tuesday evening. The 6:30 banquet will be served by the Methodist Ladies Aid society in the church dining room. Carl Sunde and Art Hauan Are Elected THOMPSON -- At the annual school election Monday there were HO votes cast, of which Carl Sunde received 106, Art Hauan 98, and Arthur Larson 63. Sunde and Hauan were elected to a three year term as directors on the Thompson school board. School Election at Burt Quiet Affair HURT -- School election here Monday was a quiet affair, only 20 voting. There \yas no competition. James Christiansen and Elza Wollz were both re-elected, the former receiving 20 votes and the latter 19. At Parental Home LIME SPRINGS--Spencer Roberts of Oelwein is visiting at the home of his parents. ^ 50c Phillips Milk of Magnesia TOOTH PASTE ea.24c CLEANSING TISSUES Pkgs. of 500 ea. 13c ASPIRIN U. S. P. Tins of 12 ea. Ic 60c YEAST and IRON TABLETS Bottle of 75 ea. 19c STOCK $1.25 Value Roller Skates Ball Bearing Extension pr. 69c Powder Puffs ea. 2c A4f AC ewes Thrills/' our own « 4 tax po ;d ...... P k 3 . lie Cherries Coveed ' 5c Candy Bars or Gum 3c Large 24-ox. 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