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Mason City, Iowa
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Friday, March 17, 1939
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FRIDAY, MARCH 17, 1939 NORTH IOWANS PLAN PARTIES Clear Lake, Webster City and Mitchell . Alumni Participate *-MES--Eighty-one candles will :burn on caKes this week and next when thousands of Iowa State college alumni gather at birthday parties to mark the anniversary of the institution. The actual founding date is March 22, and most parties will be held then, but a number have been scheduled for other near dates. Some 55 parties have been arranged and more are expected to be scheduled. Dr. Charles Friley win appear at a birthday party for Fort Dodge alumni, March 23, and the alumni at Denver on March 24. Birthday parties in Iowa have oeen scheduled at Grundy Center, March 17; at Sac City, March 19; at Winterset, March 20; Focahon- tas, March 21; Independence, Lansing, Cherokee, Dubuque, Davenport, Rock Valley, Clear Lake, Ames, Burlington, Sigourney, Donnellson, Muscatine, Mitchell, Spencer, March 22; K e o k u k , Fort Dodge, Webster City, March 23- Cedar Rapids, March 27. Other parties are to be held at dates not yet determined. Schroeder, Scheppler Are Elected at Gait GALT--The annual election of the Gait independent school was held at the city hall Monday. Albert Schroeder was re-elected and Louie Scheppler will succeed H T Beer. CELEBRATE BIRTHDAY BELMOND--Mr. and Mrs. Chris Sehulte and family, Mr. and Mrs. Harm Harms and Mrs. John Bonte, all of Alexander, spent Monday evening at the Ted Bonte home to celebrate Mrs. Ted Bbnte's birthday. The guests brought ice cream and cake which was served at the close of the evening. BUYS GARNER PLANT G A R N E R--Announcement of the purchase of the Mason City Implement company here was made this week by Elmer Urich, who has managed the firm for a number of years, and his father, Joseph Urich. They plan to expand the service department of the firm and will continue to handle farm machinery of all kinds WORKS tn If the thrill of growing things is your hobby, don't let a rupture keep yon out of the garden. You can do the work safely, -without fear of further Injury, when you support the weakened part with o n e of o u r lightweight trusses. Scientifically designed, the truss combines the therapeutic benefits required by the physician with the physiological needs, comfort and well-being of the wearer. PRIVATE FITTING ROOM HERE and THERE Miscellaneous Items From 125 Globe-Gazette Correspondents in North Iowa and Southern Minnesota MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE Taken to Iowa City HURT--Ruby Sanderson was taken to a Mason City hospital Sunday for treatment. From there she was taken to Iowa City. Patient Returns Home LEDYAHD--Mrs. Charles Hilferty returned home Sunday from the Colemann hospital at Estherville, Iowa. Mrs. Hilferty has been a patient there for the past ten days. Are Goodell Visitors GOODELL--Mrs. Hose Hough ton, son Reg, son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Valgora of Marshalltown, spent Sunday with the former's daughter, Mrs. D. M. Conlan. Visit at St. Ansgar ST. ANSGAR--Mr. and Mrs. Glen Sweet and family of Cedar Falls, spent Sunday visiting with relatives here. Visit Ah Gwah Ching RAKE--Mr. and Mrs. Henry Olson and daughters, Lavonne and Donnabelle, accompanied by Mrs. Leslie Johnson of Blue Earth, Minn., returned Monday from Ah Gwah Ching, Minn., where they spent the weekend visiting Leslie Johnson, who is ill at the sanitarium there. Enroute they visited at the Palmer Olson home at Minneapolis, Minn. Visit at Otranto OTRANTO--Mr, and Mrs. Robert Spencer of Des Moines were calling on relatives and friends over the weekend, Attends Wedding RAKE--Truman Benson of Belmond spent the weekend at the Arthur Halverson home. He came to attend the wedding of Mr. and Mrs. Marian Halverson Saturday evening. Visit at Fertile FERTILE--Mrs. E. N. Ford and Mrs. J. R. Sims and son, James of Waterloo, were weekend visitors at the Frank Purcoll home. Visit at Kensctt KENSETT--Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Mikkelson of New Hampton scent the weekend at the Mrs. Ma Gylleck and Mr. and Mrs. Ole Mikkelson homes. Arc From Rochester CHESTER--Mr, and Mrs. Clinton Knapo of Rochester were Saturday night guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Thomas and Sunday Euests at the parental F, W. Knapp home. At Parental Home SCARVILLE--Carl · Thronfveit of the C. C. C. camp at Bancroft soent the weekend at the home of his mother, Mrs. Martha Thront- veit. Parents of Daughter LEDYARD--Mr. and Mrs. Ted Wallentine are the parents of a daughter born to them Wednesday at the J. H. Holcnmb home Attenrt Conclave K A N A W H A -- Miss Rubv Thomas and Miss Mabel Tretten left Saturday evening for Des Moines where they will attend the Iowa Beauty and Cosmetic convention. Parents of Son CORWITH--Mr. and Mrs. Norman Oberhelman are parents of a 9 pound son born Monday at their' home southeast of Corwith. Visits at Home ROCK FALLS--Miss Carolyn "Wilkinson, teacher in the Orange township schools, spent Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. V. Wilkinson. Visit at Crystal Lake CRYSTAL LAKE--Mr. and Mrs. Grover Shriner o£ Rolfe snent Sunday with their daughter Gy)a who teaches in the grade school here. Returns From -Hinois SWALEDALE -- Mrs. Arnold Baker returned Sunday from an extended visit with her sister at Naperville, 111. Return to Alexander ALEXANDER--Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Bell returned from a trip the past week where they visited friends at Albert Lea, Mankato and Hollandale, Minn. Returns to North Dakota FENTON--Willard McDermott of Sherwood, N. Dak., left for his home Monday after a visil with tiis sister, Mrs. Fred Fessler. Mr. McDermott was called here by the death of his father. Edward McDermott of Rockwell Citj CHEESE The goodness of 5 quarts of milk is required to make one pound of cheese. Cheese is a concentrated form of milk-- Enjoy this good food--so high in food value-- Ask Your Grocer for Corn Country Cheese · PASTEURIZED LOAVES packed in 2 and 5 pound wooden boxes Iowa State Brand Creameries, Inc. On Vacation Visit CARPENTER--Vernon Anderon, student at Waldorf college, 'orest City, spent a week's vaca- ion at the home of his mother, Irs. Julia Anderson. Homes Quarantined HANLONTOWN -- The homes Mrs. Darlene Florence and Mr. ' Mrs. Charley Nagel are un- quarantine for scarlet fever, two Florence children and two Nagel children are ill with disease. Son Is Born DOUGHERTY--A son was born Mr. and Mrs. Charles O'Harrow qartersville. Mrs. O'Harrow ner son are here at the home her mother, Mrs. Mayme lacker. Goes to Iowa City AREDALE--Dalen Boylan went- lowa City Saturday to be with --·s. Boylan who underwent a major operation Monday morn- of _._ and der The the i the to of and of B to _ . Mrs. ing. Visitors at Aha Vista ALTA VISTA--Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Heverly of Center Point, Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Oxley and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Domer of Marion called Sunday at the Rev. E. H. Heverly home here. Is From California · POPEJOY--G. Malison of Los Angeles, Cal., came from Des Moines where he had visited a sister Sunday, for a visit with Mr and Mrs, A. E. White and sons. Transact Business DOUGHERTY-- Fred Genapp and Jack Dougherty were business callers in Fort Dodge on Wednesday. At Parental Home PROTIVIN--Quentirte Wagner and August Lukes of Fayette spent the weekend at the home of their parents. Visit at Fertile FERTIL.E--Mr. and Mrs. Rex Hill and two children from Mankato, Minn., spent the weekend here with relatives. Returns to Cedar Rapids KENSETT--Mrs. John Arendts returned to her home in Cedar Rapids Saturday after visiting at the Mrs. Martha Arendts home. Return to Thar PENTON--Mr. and Mrs. John Micklick of Thor returned home Monday after a visit at the parental Ben Mitchell home. Minnesotans Visit ALEXANDER--Mr. and' Mrs Henry Neidringhaus and children of Winona, Minn., are visiting in the home of her sister, Mr. and Mrs. Bennie Arends. Attend Convention LAKOTA--Mrs. Marvin Baum, local beauty shop operator, attended a convention ' at Des Moines Monday and Tuesday. She was accompanied by Mrs Earl Ogren. Visitor Prom Missouri L A T I M E R -- M i s s La Vanna Muhlenbruck of Chillicothe, Mo., is spending a few days at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Mulhenbruck. From Faribault, Minn. McINTIRE--Mr. and Mrs. Riley Sloan of Faribault, Minn., are visiting relatives in Mclntire for a few days. Visitors From Fort Dodge .WODEN--Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Dmgman of Fort Dodge visited at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Helm, Sunday. At Parental Home KANAWHA-- Tom Thompson, student at the Iowa State college at Ames, spent the weekend at the home of his parents, Mr. a'nd Mrs. T. H. Thompson. In Patton Home HANLONTOWN--Mr. and Mrs John Furness and family moved Saturday from the M. T. Rye tenant house to the Guy Patton house in the west part of town. The Patton family moved to an acreage near Clear Lake where they will farm on a smal] scale. Return From Ohio L U V E R N E -- Mr. and Mrs. James Johnson returned Saturday night from Richmond, Ohio, where he had taken a truck load of 10 horses consigned to a farmer living near Richmond. Returns 'From Dallas, Tex. SHEFFIELD--C. F. Johnston Sr. returned here Tuesday from Dallas, Tex., to spend a lew days looking after business matters Concludes Manchester Visit ALTA VISTA -- Mrs. Garrett Hoverman returned to her home here Monday from Manchester with her son-in-law, AJoys Offerman, where she had spent the past several weeks. Home From Kansas T I M E R -- Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Oliver returned home Saturday evening from Kansas City Kans., after spending the past two weeks here on business. At Parental Home GOODELL-Mrs. R. F. Keman is visiting her parents, .Mr. and Mrs. Jay Griggs, for the remainder of March. Mrs. Keman and her husband recently moved from Washington, D. C., to Cleveland Ohio, where he is meteorologist at the airport. Is From Minneapolis PLYMOUTH--Miss Effie Pearson of Minneapolis is visiting in the G. O. Heinselman home. Visits at Bclmond BELMOND --Peter Steenblock of Des Moines visited his mother Mrs. Harm Sieenblock, over the weekend. Visit at Minneapolis MANLY--Mrs. Carl Workman and daughter, Dorothy Arlene were Minneapolis visitors the past weekend. Son Is Born FAULKNER--Mr. and Mrs Russel Wagner are parents of a son born Saturday at Ellsworth hospital. Iowa Falls. Returns From East PLYMOUTH--Mrs. R. L. Dixson returned from a trip to Baltimore, Md., where she visited her daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. G. Steinmetz, and met the new grandson. | BUFFALO CENTER W.C.T.U, MEETS Program Arranged for Institute in Hotel on Saturday B U F F A L O CENTER -- The Women's Christian Temperance Union will meet Saturday at 10:30 a. m. with Mrs. M. D. Hunter in Hotel Buffalo. This is to be an institute meet- V?, g the foUowlng program: 10:30 a. m., song service. Scripture reading and prayer by the Rev. A. L. Tilner; business meeting of local Union; pot luck lunch; 2 p. m., National Temperance Educational fund discussed: "What Dividend Does It Pay," Mrs. W. J Awe; "Public Schools," by Mrs B. W. Mitchell; "General Public" by Mrs. Ida Johnston; "Why Contribute" by Mrs. D. H. Farrington; "Our Fart in the N. T. E Fund" reported by Mrs. H J Schutter; solo, Mrs. Peters; talk by Supt. J. E. Smith; "Various Temperance Activities in the U S.," by Mrs. C. C. Bowers; discussion of proposed use o£ liquor tax for relief by Mrs. Grace Shorten- haus; report of flower mission and relief by Mrs. A. L. Tilner; report on local option bill and petition for same by Mrs. Ed Yahnke, and the Babson speech by Mrs A' M. Gilbert. Attend Funeral CORWITH--Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Kehl of Mt. Carroll, 111., returned Walsh Argues With Lucas Senator David I. Walsh of Massachusetts (seated), chairman of senate naval affairs committee, cha.ts with Senator Scott Lucas of Illinois, during session of the committee. Lucas Is ardent proponent of war referendum amendment to the constitution. home Monday after visiting with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Livingston, east of Corwith and attending funeral services on Saturday for her sister, Mrs. Herman Egemo, of Goldfield. · NOTED AUTHORS TO AID IOWANS Five Personages of Literary World to Augment SUI Staff IOWA CITY--Staff of the writers' workshop, a neiv summer project at the University of Iowa to aid young writers, will be augmented by five additional literary personages. They will appear for conferences with students, round table sessions, or for formal lectures as part of the movement to give the ambitious writers contact with persons who have made a success in that field. The roster of talent is all-American with 'the exception of Eric Knight, English novelist and author of the recent success, "The Flying Yorkshireman." lowans Named Herbert Krause, whose novel "Wind Without Rain" was written as a requirement for an advanced degree at the university, is one of the additions, as is Winifred Van Etten, the Mount Vernon woman whose novel, "I Am the Fox" won the Atlantic Monthly's $10,000 prize. From Vanderbilt university of Tennessee will come Donald Davidson, who, in addition to being professor of English, is an important regional poet. He is the author of "Lee in the Mountains" and "The Tall Men." Poet to Come Another poet is John G. Nei- hardt, whose Important epic poems include "The Song of Hugh Glass," and "Song of Three Friends." Other visitors, announced last week, include Josephine Johnson, Pulitzer prize winner for her novel, "Now In November," Louis Adamic, author of "Native's Return" and "My America;" John T. Frederick, former lowan; and Ruth Suckow and Wallace Stegner, prize-winning Iowa novelists. Braden Appointment Is Recommended by Senator Gillette WASHINGTON, (iP) -- Senator Guy M. Gillette (D-Iowa) said Thursday he had recommended appointment of Glenn C. Braden as postmaster at Goldfield, Iowa. Braden, who had preferential standing as a veteran of the World war, will succeed Miss Betty Keith, who ranked third in the competitive examination. Miss Jean Wiser ranked second in the examination. IS SERIOUSLY HURT KANAWHA--Merle Muhm, 12 year old son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Muhm, was seriously hurt Monday evening while playing with members of the Boy Scout troop, when he fell on a piece of glass, cutting several arteries in his wrist. Is From Dickens HURT--Mary Jean Blackhurst of Dickens is working at the Mrs. Dora Armstrong home. CONCERT GIVEN IN OSAGE GYM Ruth Graper, Frank Pierson in Charge of School Program OSAGE--The vocal and instrumental music departments of the high school presented their soloists and small groups in a concert at the Seminary gymnasium Friday afternoon at 4 o'clock. The following program was presented under tho direction of Miss Ruth Graper and Frank Piersol: luba solo, Ernest Moran; bassoon solo, Margaret Gemaehlich; girls' sextet; soprano solo, Hila Stickney; violin solo, Virginia Jeffries; mixed group; clarinet solo, Shirley Pecht; solo, Metz Drew; bass solo Christine Gardner; w o o d w i n d group; piano solo, Muriel Andrews; baritone solo, Leo Kelley; flute solo, Marie Schmidt, and boys' quartet. Projects in Iowa Falls, Emmetsburg Approved by F. D. R. WASHINGTON, (/P)--The president Friday had approved the following projects in Iowa: Manilla, streets and alleys improvements, $5,285; Iowa Falls, improve Park avenue, $1,020; Emmetsburg, improve streets and alleys, $18,260. RADIANT ROAST MAXWELL HOUSE WITH THE EXTRA RICHNESS OF THIS SUPERB NEW BLEND FAR MORE FLAVOR · HARDLY SEEMS POSSIBLE THEV^| COULD IMPROVE ON THAT MARVELOUS J -- MAXWELL HOUSE WJUDY. BUT THIS EVEN RICHER] I KNOW IT, BEA. THIS NEW RADIANT ROAST MAXWELL HOUSE IS SIMPLY MARVELOUS.' NEW, RICHER BLEND yOU SEE,MADAM,THE NEW RADIANT ROAST MAXWELL HOUSE IS A FAR BETTER COFFEE THAN EVER BEFORE FOR TWO REASONS. FIRST, ITS A NEW, IMPROVED BLEND' THAT BRINGS VOU EXTRA RICHNESS... EXTRA MELLOWNESS - -. EXTRA COFFEE FLAVOR! SECOND... N O W - R A D I A N T R O A S T BRINGS OUT MORE COMPLETELY THE EXTRA RICHNESS OF THIS HEW, IMPROVED BLEND ·y ES, you'll discover that the New Radiant Roast Maxwell -L House brings you a richness of flavor y4i may never have known in coffee before. 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