The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on March 16, 1939 · Page 19
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March 16, 1939

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 19

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PICK OFFICERS FOR SIX CLUBS Cresco Groups Name Leaders for Year; · Plan Adjournment CRESCO--Various clubs of Cresco are soon to adjourn for the spring and summer season and have elected the following officers for the coining year: On onday evening the Woman's club elected Mrs. Walter Dro!linger, president; Mrs. E. H Allen, vice president; Mrs. C. M. Thomas, second vice president- Mrs. Elmer Fye, secretary, and Mrs. W. C. Hess, treasurer Tuesday club: Mrs. S. Callison, president; Mrs. Charles Farchman, vice president; Mrs. John Plait secretary, and Mrs. Ernest Peter, teasurer. Friends in Council: Mrs. J. A. Thomson, president; Mrs. L. G. Gitchell, vice president; Mrs. V. E. Ryan, secretary; Mrs. P. A Nierling, treasurer. Twentieth Century club: Mrs H. H. Webber, president; Mrs. L., B. Cunningham, vice president; Mrs. Robert Davies, secretary; Mrs. H. G. Addie, treasurer; Mrs. H. H. Normann, Mrs. J. L. Craig and Mrs. F. O. Luehr, program committee Wa-Tan-Ye club: Mrs. L. J Peckosh, president; Mrs. J. E. McKitrick, vice president; Mrs. Arthur Wilson, secretary, and Marie Penne, treasurer. P. E. O.: Mrs. L. C. DeNoyelles president; Mrs. Ray Farnsworth, vice president; Mrs. B. F. Lomas corresponding secretary, Miss Muriel Luers, recording secretary Mrs. J. p. Thomson, chaplain, and Mrs. Boyd A. Thompson, guard. Butler Ministerial Meeting Is Held in Church at Dumont DUMONT -- Fifteen ministers attended the March meeting ol the Butler county Ministerial association held Monday at the United Brethren church. The Rev. D. J. Drost, pastor of the Christian Reformed church near Allison, gave the principal address on "The Effect of the Barthinian Doctrine on t h e Church Today." The business session followed the dinner. Towns represented were Allison, Clarksville, Aredale, Dumont and Aplington, and the Rev. David Reardon of Washington township. The April meeting will be held at Aredale, Evangelical church. Install Officers of Catholic Ladies Aid Society at Calmar CALMAR--The members of the Catholic Ladies Aid society held their annual election of officers with the following installed: President, Mrs. Jack Hosper; vice president, Mrs. A. J. Kuhn; secretary, Mrs. W. Mullaney, and treasurer, Mrs. A. J. Frana MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE Widow Refused Bail in Case Mrs. Coletla Schlett, 28, leaves courtroom at Norwalk, Ohio, ufter court refused to allow her release on bail. She and Harold Hastings, 35, ivcre held in connection with the death of her heavily insured husband, who was run over by an automobile on a lonely country road. 7 KIBS FRACTURED N A S H U A--George Hartnell while chopping down trees at the J. Larkin farm Monday, was struck by a falling tree and suffered seven fractured ril ASSOCIATION PLANS SESSION North Iowa Group Meets at Kanawha Thursday, March 23 KANAWHA--Members of the Northern Iowa Experimental association will hold their annual meeting and school at the opera house at Kanawha Thursday, March 23, according to word just received from C. S. Reddy, plant pathologist and botanist at Iowa State college. The association operates the experiment station at Kanawha iir co-operation with the experiment station at Iowa State college and the extension service. The meeting will open at 10 o'clock and will feature the annual report of all .the work done at the station during the past year, Dr Reddy said. A dinner for stockholders and friends will be held at the Methodist church at noon. Outline Trade Merit Plan at Alta Vista ALTA VISTA--O u 11 i n i n g a trade merit plan for the coining months was the principal topic of discussion at the March meeting of the Alta Vista Commercial club held at the Odd Fellows hall here Monday night. E. J. Weber presided and Leslie Lauck was secretary. THURSDAY, MARCH 16, 193a Helen Fincel First in Highway Safety Essay Competition ALLISON--Butler counlv high school pupils completed in a recent essay contest on "How Can Iowa Highways Be Made Safe?" Judges were County Supt. Hazel M. Black, Patrolman Clarence Shirer and Charles Johnson of Parkersburg. First prize was awarded to Helen E. Fincel. twelfth grade pupil of the Aplington consolidated school. Maurice Brown of Dumont school won second prize and awards were given to Frances Mahlstadt, and Helen Dohlman of Aredale, Alma Eilers and Idelle Nicholas of Allison and Jennie Reints of Aplington. The essay written by Helen iincel has been entered in the state contest. Improvement Club, Alta Vista, Meets at Tietjen Home ALTA VISTA -- Mrs. Lillie Tietjen was hostess to the Alt;i Vista Improvement club at her home here Monday night when members gathered for their March meeting. Mrs. Ralph Reinhart gave a paper on "Lakes of Iowa." Mrs. Charles Erion on "State Parks in Iowa" and Mrs. Willis Weers told of.other places of interest in Iowa. The hostess served refreshments at the close of the meeting RADIANT ROAST MAXWELL HOUSE WITH THE EXTRA RICHNESS OF THIS SUPERB NEW BLEND FAR MOM FLAVOR HARDLY SEEMS POSSIBLE THEV COULD IMPROVE ON THAT MARVELOUS ~ ^MAXWELL HOUSE, BUT THIS IS EVEN RICHER; I KNOW IT, BEA. THIS NEW RADIANT ROAST MAXWELL HOUSE IS SIMPLY MARVELOUS! NEW, RICHER BLEND TOU SEE,MADAM,THe NEW RADIANT ROAST MAXWELL HOUSE IS A EAR BETTER COFFEE THAN EVER BEFORE FOR TWO REASONS. FIRST, ITS A NEW, IMPROVED BLEND THAT BRINGS YOU EXTRA RICHNESS... EXTRA MELLOWNESS ... EXTRA COFFEE FLAVOR.! 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Smith and Heath Re-Elected RAKE-- The annual election for (lie Rake Independent school, held at the town hall Monday, was a ' a t f a i r v * h ° n 'y 36 votes H. L. Heath and Dr. M. w Smith, the only candidates, were re-elected for three year terms as directors receiving 21 and 20 votes respectively. Martin Thompson received 13 votes and T. O. Larson :4 written- m votes. Palo Alto County Jurors Dismissed Van Haaften, Nyhus, Miller, Re-Elected EMMETSBURG--The Palo Alto county trial jurors were dismissed here Tuesday by Judge F. C. Davidson of Emmetsburg, presiding at Ihe March term of district court. The grand jury was dismissed by the court last week. Judge Davidson has been confined to his home during the past few days with an attack of influenza, and has carried 0:1 most of his court work from his hou MILLER--The school election in Miller was a quiet affair this year. The election was held in the school building during the afternoon. 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