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April 9, 1936

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 13

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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, APRIL 9 Bl 1936 THIRTEEN **.- ACCEPTS PLAN FOR OPERATING HOTEL IN CHARLES CITY Y IS SUBJECT TO TWO CONDITIONS $20,000 in Furnishings and $45,000 Improvements in Consideration. CHARLES CITY--The board o£ directors of the Y. M. C. A. ha s ac- 'ccpted a proposal to turn the Y. M. C. A. into a hotel, reserving certain sections of the building for Y. M. C. A. activities. Final approval is subject to giving buyers o£ new bonds clear title and a vote of.the stockholders. Roy Wright of Jefferson, who has considerable experience in the hotel business, presented the proposal to the board. Under the plan, he is to spend .$20,000 for furnishings and the Y. M. C. A. is to issue $30,000 in bonds. The latter amount will be added to a $10,000 bequest of Mrs. Kate Ellis for improvements. According; to the arrangement. Mr. Wright is to pay back as rental amounts equaling .?4,000 a year for la years, which will be used to retire the bond issue'. The building will be operated as a combination Y. M. C- A. and hotel under the plan. The Y. M. C. A. will retain the gymnasium, swimming; pool and have a recreation room in the basement. Soundproofing will be built between the hotel and the gymnasium. The hotel will have a dining room on the west side of the first floor. For a year and a half the Y. M. C. A. has operated as a transient center, being returned last fall into a Y. M. C. A. Burning, of the Hil- rireth hotel has made an increase in demand for hotel facilities here, it was also pointed out. Ed Erdahl Funeral to Be Held Saturday at Rake Lutheran Church RAKE--Ed Erdahl, 54, died at a Mason City hospital Wednesday. He was taken to the hospital Monday evening where it was found spinal meningitis had developed from an earlier case of flu. Funeral services will be held at the Zion Lutheran church Saturday afternoon with the Rev. T. H. Benson officiating. Surviving Mr. Erdahl are his wife and eight children: Mrs. Jasper Burma of Buffalo Center; Mrs. Edwin Matheson of Elmore, Minn.: Orville of Rake and Marlys, Sidney, Arlowe, Vcrna and Berdis. living at home. He lived with his family on a farm two miles west of Rake. Ford Candidate for Railroad Commission DBS MOINES, (.P)--Edgar Ford of Des Moines said he is a candidate for republican nomination to the state railroad commission. IOWA FALLS--The Iowa Falls iana it owns on me Aowa river west of town on the rive r road. KANAWHA YOUTH KILLED IN MINE Body Is Brought From Utah; Funeral Will Be Held on Monday. KANAWHA -- Funeral sen-ices will be held in the Kanawha Lutheran church Friday afternoon for Homer Johnson, 21, who died Monday afternoon following an accident in "the mine, where he was employed in Columbia. U t a h . ' The Rev. Mr. Severson of the East Side Lutheran church in Eagle Grove officiated at the funeral service. The body arrived here Thursday accompanied by Homer's brother and sister-in- law, Dr. and Mrs. Melvin T. Johnson of Columbia. Homer was born in Kanawha in August, 1914, and lived here practically all his life. He was graduated from the Kanawha high school in 1931 after which he attended the University of Iowa. He has been in Utah about 18 months. He is survived by his mother, Mrs. Thor Johnson of Kanawha; three sisters, Sylvia of Chicago; Mrs. Gertrude Milnes of Kanawha: Mrs. Bernice Schrank of Bryce Canyon, Utah; Mrs. Evelyn Phillips of Sioux City, and three brothers. Oren and Henry of Kanawha and Melvin of Columbia, Utah. His father died six years ago. Registered unemployed in the Irish Free State now number over 145,000. :-: HERE AND THERE :-: Miscellaneous items From 125 Globe-Gazette Correspondents in North Iowa and Minnesota Guests From LaurrlvlHo. LATIMER -- Mrs. Reutcr and daughter, Evelyn of Laurelville were visitors at the Henry Koenon home. Former Kesidcnt Kecovering. RUDD--Mrs. W. J. Frevert and son. Warren, went to Eddyville, called there by the illness of Dr. Willard Frevert, former resident of Rudd, who is recovering. Visitor's IJirthdny Ct'e.brnted. GARNER--Patricia Ann, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Flynn, Jr.. of Des Moines, celebrated her third birthday here in the home of her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Hanson, whom she and her mother are visiting. Many guests attended. Inaugurates Delivery Service. RICEVILLE--Sam Wilncr purchased a pickup truck for use in connection with his grocery business. He will use it for freighting perishable and other groceries from wholesale markets to his store here. He also plans to make two deliveries a day to his customers. Taken to Hospital. SEXTON--Bill Huff suffered a nervous breakdown and was taken to a hospital for medical treatment. He .lives wilh his brother, John Huff, Jr., here. 70 at Kuflct Supper. RAKE--About 70 attended the buffet supper at the school gymnasium Tuesday, which was sponsored by the advanced home economics class for demonstration and experience. Miss Charlotte Slen- berg is at the head of this department in the school. Visit at Cedar Rapids. LATIMER--Mr, and Mrs. J. B. Hungcrford and son. Jimmy, were visitors at the home of the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Van Horn at Cedar Rapids. Win Tri/.i's at Pnrty. L O N E R O C K -- Mr-, 'and Mrs. Charles Hill entertained three tables of Bunco. Evelyn Behrmann won high prize in a word building contest, Glenn Sharp high in an egg contest, and Mrs. Glenn Sharp high in Bunco. Are "Parents of Sou. KANAWHA--Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Espc are the parents of a 10 pound son born Monday. Timely EASTER Sal Hepafica Friday and Saturday at 103 North Federal Ave. Hinkle Pills 85e Value! April Showers DUSTING POWDER 60c Italian Bairn UJIf/l DISPENSER trtc famout Evening in Paris PERFUME TRIPLE COMPACT Easter Egg Dyes The Popular TATTOO .,; LIPSTICK WHISPER COLOGNE 3 Perfume , In a gorgeous cut-flat* bottle n Leather Zipper Manicure Kit 29 _ Leon Laraine Easter Gift Package I included with purchase of SI.00 or more in our 9 Ifitries Department. Gift not included \vifh Bourjois, Choraniy, Hmlnut, Cutrx and Max Factor. GUBNIRJE® HHYCHN6NE EASTER NEST of the finest "CHUCKLE" JELLY EGGS C-co( Bin MRRSHMALLOW EGG In Eatter Cart Easter Wrapped ASSORTED CHOCOLATES ANN LESLIE Taster Box CHOCOLATES Pound TOOTH POWDER Slew for $25 Bet Joseph Chiiisano, 1(5 years old, of KrooUlyn, N- V., is said by police t(i have confessed the murder of Henry A n i i r o , n smalltime bookmaker, who supposedly owed the youth !?25. (Central i'ress Thnto) Returns From Florida. BRISTOW--M. F. Carlson reiurn- ed from Florida where he and his family spent the winter. Mrs. Carlson and son, Franklin, and Mrs. Etta Wells "will return when the weather becomes more settled. Services Easier Sunday. WHEELERWOOD--There wi! be services in the Wheclcrwood church on Easter Sunday. This is the first service since Christmas due to the roads and weather. Wrist BrnUni in Fall. DOWS--Mrs. J. I. Knox fell in the kitchen of her home and broke her left wrist. Resumes Work at Yard. JOICE--Knudt Almclicn resumed his work at the Saxrud lumber yard after being confined with inflama- tory rheumatism. Visitors From Ottunnva. ORCHARD--Mrs. Clso Curtis and baby of Ottumwa are visiting at the Ray Simpson home. Mrs. I.ee Buried. BELMOND--Funeral services for Mrs. Leonard Lee, who died at Cherokee Tuesday, were held Thursday at the Fulton funeral home, with burial in the Belmond cemetery. The Rev. J. S. Hutchings was in charge. Mrs. Lie had been an invalid several years. She leaves her husband and three children, two daughters, Star nnd Mabel, and one son. Edward. Mrs. Lee was formerly Violet Van Buskirk. Surprised on Birthday. RUDD -- Mrs. George Braudau was surprised Sunday evening in honor of her birthday anniversary by her husband and children. R.eturns to Grinnell. BELJflOND--Wilbur Luick, a student at Grinnell colegs, has returned to school after spending the spring vacation with his mother, Mrs. Ella Luick. Meets at Harrison Home. HANSELL -- The second 4-H meeting was held at the' home ol Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Harrison. Tliis group represents Ingham township. The evening was spent handing out leaflets concerning matters in the club. Move .From Eldora. LIVERMORE--E. G. Eggleston. the new Chicago and North Western agent, brought his family here this week from Eldora, their former home. The family is settled in the William Ristau home. The Roy Snyder family moved to Ellsworth this week. Guest From Elkhart. ORCHARD--Mrs. Edna Ludweg of Elkhart, Ind.. is making a visit at the Ethel Ford home. Goes to Illinois. SHEFFIELD--Mrs. Will Masses went to Winnebago, Hi., Tuesday, called there by the serious illness of her father. Injured in Fall. BELMOND~Mrs. S. O. Windecker, while working at her home Tuesday, fell down the stairway leading to the basement and suffered a cut on the scalp which required several stitches to close. Mrs. Windecker was unconscious for a. short time. She returned recently from California where she had spent the winter. Henry Grey Suffers Stroke. LEDYARD--Henry Grey suffered a stroke Tuesday at his home. He was slightly better Tuesday evening. Muson C'ilyan Speaker. HAMPTON -- Enoch A. Norcni, city editor oft he Globe-Gazette staff of Mason City, was the principal speaker at a meeting of the Hampton Woman's club Wednesday. His subject was "The Land of the Midnight Sun." Visit in Wilmar. LAKOTA--Mr. and Mrs. Ahrcncl Hans and little daughter spent several days the past week at the Albert Hans home at Wilmar. Minn. Visit in Waterloo. ALEXANDER -- Mr. and Mrs. George Dunn and son. Gordon, and Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Latham visited friends in Waterloo. Leave for South Dakota. BRISTOW--Mr. and Mrs. Charles L. Yost left Monday for South Dakota where Mr. Yost is employed in road construction work. Visit In Minnesota. THORNTON--Fred Schumacher and Mrs. Myrtle Grace drove to Buffalo Lake, Min., Wednesday to visit at the Jap Jensen home a few- days. Mrs. R. J. Forsylh accompanied them to Hutchinson, Minn., to visit her daughter and her husband, Mr. and Mrs. George Cramer, Jr. Home From Minneapolis. THORNTON--Miss Helen Mae Casper, a student of the Minneapolis school of art, came Wednesday night to spend the Easter vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John | Casper, and other relatives. Honored on Anniversary. WESLEY--A group of 70 friends and neighbors surprised Mr. and Mrs. Frank Johnson on their twentieth wedding anniversary. A dinner was enjoyed at noon, followed by a program of music and talks. Home From Hospital. LEDYARD--D. H. Brown returned from the Kossuth hospital at Algona where he has been suffering from a broken leg for two weeks. Returns From Chicago. LAKOTA--Neil Slack who has been visiting relatives in Chicago the past several weeks, returned here Tuesday. Pearl No!ilc. Hostess. RICEVILLE--Miss Pearl Noble was hostess to the Live and Learn club at her home Wednesday afternoon. The lesson was in charge of Mrs. H. H. Snoop and Miss Jessie Baker of Osage wag a guest. Honored at Shower. KANAWHA -- A miscellaneous shower was held at the home of Mrs. Edwin Varo for her daughter, Mrs. Buryl Thorson. A program was given which included a piano solo by Miss Viola Thorson and two readings given by Virginia Larsen and Audrey Johnson. An original poem about the future of the bridal couple was written and read by Mrs. Ed Johnson. A mock wedding was presented with MiR-s Arlcne CHftNCE APPLE TREE IS HARDY Henry Duesenberg, 72, Has Tree at Garner He Has Named "Hancock." GARNER--From an apple seed thrown out with parings in a back yard 24 years ago. a tree has developed a spread of 35 feet across its tranches. producing in "apple years," 15 bushels of luscious fruit. Kenry Duesenberg, 72, horticulturist and nurseryman, found the tree, purchased the propagating rights, and named it the "Hancock." In it ho found a tree that will withstand severe winters and is perfectly hardy in North Iowa. Well known Iowa horticulturists have placed it in a class with the Delicious, Wealthy, Jonathon and Whitney. It is a rich rec! color that will keep well into May under-ordi' nary conditions. Garner women who have tested its cooking qualities, say it "can't be beat." It stands in the back yard of the Marius Rasmus property, just across the fence nca r the Garner high school. Mr. Rasmus is the high school janitor and has a. way as does Mr. Duesenberg. retired Methodist minister, in getting along with the boys. The latter never molest its branches and are treated freely to its fruit. Back 30 years ago, Mr. Duesenberg operated a nursery on a small scale and had started "30,000 apple trees and as many evergreens, all of which were destroyed in the most severe hail storm that ever struck Garner. He carried on, and from this particular tree has 150 five foot trees started. Mr. Duesenberg is a brother of the late Fred Duesenberg and August Duesenberg of Indianapolis, Inch The Duesenberg brothers, Fred and August, are noted inventors. Together they built the motor for the late Sir Thomas Lipton of England, whose yacht won the world's famous races. As a youth, August operated a bicycle rc- Jnhnson as the bride, Miss Ruth Varn as the bridegroom and Miss Beverly Larsen, the minister. Visit in Chicago. LONEROCK--Gladys and Melvin Nelson accompanied by their uncle, A. P. Nelson and a friend. Edward Pudstock drove to Chicago to visit relatives there. Gladys will remain there to work, the others returning Thursday. Visit in Uubuque. LAKOTA--The Rev. and Mrs. O. H. Frerking and Mr. and Mrs. Tabe Loats are spending several days in Dubuque. Visitor From Council Bluffs. POPEJOY--Hazel Buhrman of Council Bluffs, arrived Wednesday for a two weeks' visit with Audrey Sowl. .The girls were classmates in nurse's training at St. Mary's hospital at the Bluffs, and were graduated last summer. Upturn From Oklnhnma.. STILSON--Mr. and Mrs. Charles Be.nner have just returned from a visit with relatives in Oklahoma. Faculty Is Entertained. PLYMOUTH--Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Shaw entertained Wednesday night at their home honoring the i consolidated school faculty. Mr. Shaw is principal of the schools. Arrive From Minneapolis. LUVERNE -- Mrs. S. E. Smith and little daughter, Mary Ann, Minneapolis, arrived Tuesday afternoon for an over-Easter visit at the H. C. Allen home. At Sister's Funeral. ORCHARD--Mr. and Mrs. George Wetter motored to Dubuque Wednesday morning t o attend the funeral of Mr. Welter's sister. Mrs. Nettie Ortell, 77, who died Monday afternoon. Salaries of Teachers at Hansell Are Increased HANSELL--The Hansell school board met at the schoolhou.se Monday night to hire the new teachers. The teachers and the superintendent all received sn increase in salary. Golf Anniversary Marked. MONTEREY, Cal., (UP)--Eight California descendants of William KankGn. one of the founders of the Crai! Golfing Society of Crail, Scotland, cabled the society congratulations recently on the occasion of its 150lh anniversary. 1936 WALLPAPER ti ENAMELS I can save you 15 to 40% on your order--the reason, low overhead. Phone or MAIL postal card. I will call. 707 North Delaware Phone 173 Know Your State A Fact a Day About lowtiy! Allotment of funds tolainp; $121,300 to bring central station electricity over 120 nii!cs ol' new distribution lines to more Hum 400 farm families in Iowa and western Illinois u-a.s announced by Rural Electrification Administrator Morris L. Cooke. pair shop licre. After Fred's death, August continued as designer and developer of the Duesenberg automobile. Thompson Junior Play to Be Given April 21 THOMPSON--The junior class play "Full of Youth" will be presented Tuesday, April 21, in the high school gymnasium. The following are in the cast: Pcrncile Hansing, Rosella Torgcrson, Eva Kinden, Helen Nelson, Alice Christian, Vcnita Larson. Fay Fisher, Opal Bell, Doris Hclgren, Amos Hagen- aon. Kenneth Endreland, Norman Lotkrem. Harvey Peterson and Can- icl Thorland. It is directed by Mabel McMahon. Mrs. Stover's Famous BUNGALOW CANDIES Boxes of Assorted Chorolntes, Chocolates and ISon Bonn, Nuts and Hard Outers, All Bittersweet, and All Milk. Boxes 25c, 50c, 75c, $1.00 Also Whitman's, Garrott and Norris Exquisite Candies . . Easter Wrapped $ C A N D Y A V K A T P E I ) Fit KB FOI5 M A I L I N G · asi$y foff Kiddies EASTER BASKETS CANDY EGGS Filled wit h Pure Easier Eggs . 25c Kiihhits and Carls filled w i t h Pure Easter Eggs . 35c Any "name" put on FREE 10c . 25c . 50c · Pure wholesome eggs 5 SOUTH FEDERAL AVE. 1'HONE 89 on LONG HOW ABOUT DRIVING OVER. AND SEEING THE ELLIOTS TODAY ? IT'S A GOOD IDEA,BUT MAYBE THEY WOULDN'T BE HOME. BUT SPECIAL RATES ARE IN EFFECT ALL DAY SUNDAY NOW. / THAT5 RIGHT. I'D FORGOTTEN WE CAN CALL BY LON6 DISTANCE AND FIND OUT. YOU SHOULD HAVE CALLED LAST NIGHT AND GOT THE, LOWER RATES. THERE'S A SPECIAL GOOD! NIGHT AND SUN DAY NOW I'LL RATE ON CALL FAN PERSON-TO-PERSON OFTENEFL. CALLS JOO. / - - -i^/ Special rates on station-to-station calls now are in effect not only after 7 o'clock every night but also all day Sunday. These rates apply on station- to-station calls for which the day rate is 40 cents or more. Iso, there now are special rates on person-to-person calls every night after 7 o'clock and all day Sunday. These rates apply, in general, on pcr- son-to-perso'n calls for which the day rate is 55 cents or more. Airline Mites TYPICAL THREE-MSMUTE RATES *Stafion-to-Stafion Rates ** Person-to-Person Rates Week Nig'n* and Week Day 100_ 200 $ .60 1.05 Sunday ~Si~.35~ Day Night end Sunday .60 _$_.65 .95" JOO 400 1.40 .80 .80 1.20 1,00 500 2.05 2.55 JL45 1.65 fStatJon-to-Station calls are call* on wfiicfi you ask to talk with anyone available at the telephone called. an-io-Perxon calls are calls made to a ipccifieci person. N O R T H W E S T E R N B E L L T E L E P H O N E C O M P A N Y

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