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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 8

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AiASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE FJRIDAY, MARCH IV, 1939 NORTH IOWANS ON I. S. T. CT^ViNTERlTONOR ROLL LEAD COLLEGE IN SCHOLARSHIP 60 Women and 95 Men on List Announced by Dr. M. J. Nelson CEDAR FALLS -- Ninety-live men and women at the Iowa State .Teachers college led the student body in scholarship as they won places on the honor roll for the winter quarter. Sixty women and 35 men are included on the list, announced Friday by Dr. M. J. Nelson, dean of the faculty. Honor students must maintain a grade-point average of 3,33 ot more, carying a schedule of 14 hours or more. {Highest average is 4 points, "A.") Bristow Student Listed Seven students, three women four men, had straight A's. They include Elaine Bassel, Waterloo; Betty Larson, Cedar Falls; Alice Thierman, Cedar Falls; Gordon Hoxie, Waterloo; Travis Phillips, Waterloo; John Wahl, Cedar Falls, and William AValsh, Bristow. Four students made almost straight A averages. They are Doris Bernd, Manson; Hichard Corton, Waterloo; Donald Dubbert, Cedar Falls; August Ebel, Waterloo. Others on the honor roll are: Florence Barker, Waterloo; Eleanor Barry, Belmond; Elaine Bassel, Waterloo; Ruth Behrens, Cedar Falls; Shirley Bergum, Cedar Falls; Alyce Beving, Ackley; Dorothy Blue, Cedar Falls: Mary Jane Brindley, Cedar Falls. List Decorah Girl Eula Ann Chase, Dunlap; Doris Coffman, Richland; Lucille Dahlgren^ Cherokee; Julia Entz, Waterloo; Hazel Felton, Neola; Irene Fockler, Sioux City: Avis Frost, Atkinson, Nebr.; Hazel Guetschow, Paullina; Madonna Halland, Decorah; Evelyn Mae Hollingshead, Washta; Bernice Hudson, Dougherty; Louise Huser, Sbulenburg, Tex. Wilma Isley, Cedar Falls; Phyllis Jacobson, Lakota; Dorothy B. Johnson, Marathon; Esther Kaplan, Waterloo; Rozina Keegan, Masonville; Doris Kirgis, Bouton; Irrna Kurtz Dows; Betty Larson Cedar Falls; Mildred Lund, Waterloo. Mason Girl Honored Arleyne Lundy. Zearine: Doris Luther, Madrid: Helene Matthias Anamosa: Gold's Miller, Parnell- Louise Blilloy, Rockford; Lois Moessner, Waterloo; I m o g e n e Morris, Ittason City; Norine Od- Jand, Clarion; Elsie Oetken, Rock, well; Orpha Ose, McCallsburg. Audrey Feet, Cedar Falls- Pearl Ficht, Nevada; Mary Richards Dubuque: Mary Rickey, Washington; Margaret Royer, Woodbine; Irrna Rush. Lake Park- Frances Sadoff, Clarion; Betty Schuchert, Cedar Falls; Ruth Seybold, Ackley; Lorraine Siemen, Stockton, 111.; Alice Siglin Woodward; Gracia Smith, Waterloo. Charlotte Steinkamp, Sevmour Ind.; Helen Thomas. Tripoli-' Mona Van Dpyn. Eldova; Clara Von. Roekel. Sioux Center: Vivian Wheeler, Dunkerton: Virginia Williams. Fort Dodge; Dorothy Wurtzer Fort Dodge. Doy Baker One of 35 Ted Allen. Muscatine: Robert Arends. Alexander: Francis Babcock, New Hampton; Doy Baker Mason City; Melvin Bell Williams; Arthur Boose. Cedar Falls. Bruce Bprchert. Triaoli: Eugene Bovee. Sioux City: Frank Branagan, Manila, P. I.; Louis Breit- bacn, Masonville. Carl Carmichael. Pueblo, Colo.; Richard Gorton. Waterloo; Otis Crozier, Knoxville; Robert Cullison, Dayton, Ohio; Donald Dubbert, Cedar Falls; August Ebel Waterloo; Wayne Gifford. Wa-i ter oo: Neil Haney, Selma: Roland HellwiR. Keystone: Lewis Hilton. t.edar Falls: Roy .Torjrenscn, Eaj;]p Carovc. Duncan Lampmaim. Char Alec Templeton and Bruce Castagna to Play at Fest Noted Artists Booked for Annual Cornell College Music Event MOUNT VERNON--Bi'una Castagna, Metropolitan opera contralto, and Alec Templeton, blind radio and concert pianist, will appear at Cornell college May Music Festival at Mount Vernon. Tliis annual concert fiesta will take place on May 11, 12 and 13 this year and will include two concerts by the Chicago Symphony orchestra under the direction of Dr. Frederick Stock. Miss Castagna is yearly one of the featured artists of the Metropolitan opera season in New York where she is featured in leading roles in "Carmen," "II Trovatore," and "Aida." She will open the festival on Thursday evening, May 11. Templeton, who will appear in the second concert on Friday, May 12, is perhaps one of the widest known musical stars in the United States. All classes of population know him for in addition to his concert work with the Chicago, St.*Louis, and Kansas City Symphonies as soloist, Templeton has appeared as star on many radio programs including Ford Sunday Evening Hour, Kraft Music Hall, Alka Seltzer Barn Dance, and the Magic- Key of R. C. A. ALEC TEMPLET ON Arrange Rites for Glen Galloway, 55, Luverne Attendant LUVERNE -- Funeral services were being arranged Friday for Glen Galloway, 55, service station attendant,, who died suddenly of heart disease at his home here Thursday night. He is survived by his widow and two sons, Emory, a highway patrolman with headquarters at Cherokee, and Kenneth, o£ Charles City. OR A RAT, 49, MANLY, DIES World War Veteran Drops Dead in Cafe; Funeral Conducted MANLY--Funeral services for Ora Ray, 49, World war veteran who dropped dead in the Rock Island cafe Wednesday where he was employed, was held Friday at Prairie du Chein, Wis, his former home, at 2 o'clock. Mr. Hay was formerly employed in Carl Runden's taproom here. He is survived by his father in Wisconsin. A hearse from Wisconsin came for the body Thursday morning. Regular Meeting of .Forest City Club Is Staged at Library FOREST CITY--The Twentieth Century club of Forest City met at the public library Tuesday evening. The program dealt with the pure food and drug acts. Mrs. Ted Jenson read a paper on the "History of the Pure Food Laws." Ida Hansen gave a discussion of these laws and their value to the people. Carrie Frandson spoke on educating the public to these laws to obtain greater benefit from them. Musical numbers were furnished by Betty Stevenson with a clarinet solo and a trombone solo by Robert Rasmussen; pianist Kenneth Osbrink. A short play. "Everybody Is Doing If was given. Those taking part were T i '---..,--.-..,., John Loeb Nichols: Lieu-- w ) Va , terloo; Dennis Mei f r00 '- 1F - Earl fi"er, - i S £\ Lee Pal ' man - Cedar nil i ^?. be ' tt Reed ' Waterloo: Ralph Schuehart, Osa ff c; Rus--ell bivcrly Mount Union; Turnbull, Cedar Falls. les j Mrs. Bclson, Mrs. Roy Rygmyr. - Gordon 666 Salve-Nose Drops SALVE relieves COLDS price 10c 25c . Mrs. Ben Conner. Mrs. John Carsen. Mrs. George Geannoulis, Mrs. Frank Arnold and Cynthie Lar- Longtime Resident of Decorah Is Dead DECORAH -- Sanford Johnson, who had been a resident o£ Decorah for many years, died Wednesday morning at the Decorah hospital, where he had been taken suffering from flu and pneumonia. F u n e r a l arrangements have not been completed to date, WIFE AMAZES SISTER IT'S THIS NFW RADIANT ROAST MAXWELL HOUSE-NOW IMPROVED IN TWO WAYS. IT'S A NEW, XICNCR BLEMO. A N D IT'S ROASTED BY THE NEW K A D I A N T BOAST METHOD I'VE NEVER TASTED ANY OTHER COFFEE LIKE IT . . . SO RICH AND f rtlLL-FLAVOREOl } HOWARD COUNTY PIONEER DEAD Conduct Last Rites of Julius Doolittle, 80, Ctesco Farmer . CRESCO--Funeral services were held Friday at the Bradley funeral home for Julius E. Doolittle, who died at his farm home five miles southwest of Cresco at the age of 80. after a lingering illness of several months. He was born Oct. 4, 1838, in the log house which was his home during his early life until his marriage Dee. 11, 1879, to Miss May Goldie Hollister of the same vicinity. Mrs. Doolittle died Oct. 29, 1938, at the same home where they had lived for nearly 59 years. One son.. Rolla, preceded them in death Aug. 2. 1924. Another son, Balph of Gushing, Wis., survives. Mr. Doolittle leaves several brothers and sisters and half brothers and sisters. Buri;il was In Oak Lawn cemetery. Cresco. The Rev. Arthur D. Phelps, minister of the Congregational church, officiated. REPORT GIVEN BYJOICEFIRM Annual Meeting o f ' Shipping Group Is Held; Editor Talks JOICE--A brisk year of business, with gross proceeds totaling $235,586.69 was summoned up for review at the annual meeting of the Joice Shipping association held in the .high school auditorium here Thursday afternoon. The total of livestock handled-hogs, cattle, calves. and sheep-was just under the 10.000 mark and the total poundage was 3,449,410, according to the report made by E. G. Arneson, manager. Lauritz Larson presided at this 16ih annual meeting and Otis Tweed was at the secretary's post. H. A. Brakke is vice president and Clarence Slattum and H. I. Kaasa were made directors. Albert Daley completed his term of service on the board. Several Talks Given Talks were given by Manager Arneson, O. K. Storre and W. Earl Hall. Mr. Arneson expressed his appreciation of the co-operation he has had from members of the association and Mr. Storre complimented the association on its business affairs as reflected in the report. Music was provided by the high school band under the baton of J. W. Schar and a chorus, boys and girls singing together and by themselves, under the direction of Miss Katheiine Tweeten. Mr. Hall in his talk invited the co-operation of rural people in the state safety council's highway safety program. "Insult to Intelligence" "There was a time," he recalled, "when legislators were reluctant to push safety rules because they assumed that their farm constituents would be opposed. The rule requiring lights on horse drawn vehicles on the road at night was long delayed because of this. "That was an insult to the intelligence of rural Iowa. Life is just as sweet to the farmer as it is to the town dweller. They're just as anxious to live up to the rules of safety as any other class of motorists. "As a matter of fact I venture the opinion that there is a larger Mrs. Lewis Nelson, 71, Forest City, Succumbs at Home FOREST CITY -- Mrs. Lesvis Nelson died at her home in Forest City Wednesday evening. On March 7 neighbors and friends helped Mrs. Nelson celebrate her seventy-first, birthday. Mrs. Nelson was preceded by her husband in death several years ago. Surviving are torn- sons, Burt Jourgenson of Britt, Einer and Christian Jourgenson of Elsworth, Wis., and Lewis Jourgenson Queens Village, N. J. of number and a larger proportion of prudent drivers umong rural motorists than there is among city motorists." PLAN SERVICES FOR JENKINSON Algona Man to Be Buried Saturday in Riverview Cemetery A L G O N A--Funeral services will be held Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the McCullough funeral chapel for Louis F. Jenkinson, 58, who died at trie home of his stepbrother,. Glen Jenklnson, early Thursday morning following an illness of more than three years. The Hev. Alexander English, pastor of the Presbyterian church, will officiate and burial will be made in the Riverview cemetery. He was a carpenter and also farmed. He never married. He was a member of the Modern Woodman and the Odd Fellows lodges. Survivors are his half brothers and sisters, Er. Harry Jenkinson, Iowa City; Glen Jenkinson, Mrs. Austin Gardner and Mrs. L. A. Cruikshank, all of Algona, and an aunt, Mrs. George Dehart of Viola 111. The United States has one-half of the world's communications facilities and electric energy and more than a third of the world's railways. PLAN CONCERT IN 0$AGE GYM Thompson Musicians Scheduled to Play Numbers on Thursday THOMPSON _ The Thompson high school baud will present a concert next Thursday afternoon at 3 o'clock at the Seminary gymnasium at Osage. Featured at this concert will be two contest numbers the band will use at the forthcoming contests. The brass quartet and a marimba solo will be featured in other numbers. Mr. Martino is the director of the Class C band which won all state honors at the state music festival held at Iowa City last spring. March 26 the Thompson band will give a pre-contest concert at the Thompson gymnasium at 3 o'clock. "The Prelude" from Johannes Sebastian Bach's D Minor Fugue (The Greater) and "Overture Militaire" are the numbers the band will play at the concert and are the contest numbers. Dows Pastor Speaks at Kanawha Meeting KANAWHA -- The Lutheran and St. John's men's brotherhood met Monday evening in the local church. Ladies were guests of the evening. Pastor James Pedersen of Dows was the main speaker of the program. Committee in charge was Otto Rystad, William Engh. Charles Hall and Elmer Engstrom. Jake Winters Wins by 10 Vote Margin LITTLE CEDAR--Jake Winters was the successful candidate in the recent school election by a margin of 10 votes. It was one of the largest years. elections of recent Norvel McMullen, Payne Elected to Hanlontown Board HANLONTOWN -- School election was held Monday. There were only 25 votes cast. Norvel McMullen and B. A. Payne were elected directors for 3 years. J. O. Jacobsen was elected 1 treasurer to succeed Mis. Myrtle McEnelly who resigned. B; A. Payne was re-elected and Mr. McMullen is a new member. BLACKSMITH OF CRESCO BURIED Alfred M. Drum's Services 'Are Held at Funeral Home C R E S C O -- Funeral services were held at the Peckosh funeral home, Cresco, Thursday, for Alfred M. Orum, Cresco blacksmith, who died at St. Joseph's Mercy hospital after a few days' illness of the flu. The ritualistic service of the Masonic order was used following the funeral sermon by the Rev, T. M. Nielsen, pastor of the Methodist church. Mr. Orum was born in Denmark 67 years ago and came to America in 1893, living in Ridgeway for several years before coming to Cresco 12 years ago, since which time he has been a member of the blacksmith firm of Baries and Orum. The body was taken to Hesper for burial. Surviving are Mrs. Orum and four children. SERVICES ARE HELD NASHUA--Funeral services for Donna Jean, six months old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Wait, who died Wednesday at .the New Hampton hospital from pneumonia, were held at the William Lundt chapel B\-iday. IRISH HOLIDAY PROGRAM HELD St. Patrick's Day Celebration Being Held at Emmetsburg EMMETSBURG -- The annual St. . Patrick's day celebration, sponsored by the local Assumption church congregation, opened here Thursday with a large'crowd in attendance at the dinner and play. The women of the parish served a dinner Thursday night in the St. Mary's gymnasium. Frank T. Meade directed the annual theatrical p r o d u c t i o n , "Polishing Papa," staged before a large crowd in the public school. auditorium. Those taking roles, in i the production were Evelyn i Meade, Mary Evelyn Kelley, 7 Frank Meade, Bill Carney, Dr. A. W. McGuire, Ruth Eagan, Francis O'Brien, M a d e l i n e McCullum, Thomas Cahill and Louise Murphy. Entertainment between the acts was furnished by musical groups from St. Mary's academy. The Marian Choristers, the school orchestra, and the boys' glee club appeared on the program. Statisticians estimate that "since 1776 America has produced three times as much wealth as the whole world produced before-'that date. I FEEL Here Is Amazing Relief ' Conditions Duo to Sluggish Bowel* I' you thiot all luatlvti act alike. Just try tbia So mUri. thopougb. re^ fresatn-r. Invigorating. Dcoendafale relltf frotn sltrt headaches. blUons apelij, tired feeling when associated with constipation. Withnitt Rklr R" a 25c bot n ' 2*R *nm so niinuui IUK tinigsist. Make the teat--th it not delJjtetf. return ths box to us. We ir r e f u n d the purchase price. T h a t ' t f a i r . Get 2tfU Tafclets today. ( ALWAYS CARRY QUICK RELIEF FOR AGIO INDIGESTION Plan Services for . Henry Brandt, 84, m Decorah Saturday DECORAH -- Funeral services will be held Saturday for Henry Brandt, who died early Tuesday morning at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Lydia Severtsgaard of Freeport. _ The- services will be held in the Ness and Kjelstul Funeral home, with the Rev. Carl Losen officiating. Burial will be in the Russell cemetery. Mrs. Brandt died 16 years ago. The following children survive: Mys. Adam Bender. Prosper. Minn.; Mrs. E. B. Holkesvik, and Mrs. Anton Johnson, Decorah: Mrs. Ludvig Quandahl, Bun- Oak and Mrs. Freeport. Lydia Severtsgaard, Dumont Legion and Auxiliary in Party DUMONT--The American Le gion and Auxiliary held the twentieth anniversary party Wednesday evening at their hall with 37 in attendance. Mrs. Osa Marty was presented a gift as .1 farewell and Miss Helen courtesy. She Roll are leaving Tuesday tor C*-- I Episcopal ifornta where Helen will visit her sister. Mrs. Lawerence Anderson at Allhambra, for several weeks. GARNER PLANS "STUNT NIGHT" Program to Be Held at High School on Wednesday Evening GARNER -- Fourteen local organizations will present stunts at Garner's first stunt night program to be held at the Garner high school auditorium at 7:30 p. m. next Wednesday, according to Mrs. Alex Hammon. president of the Garner Music Mothers club, under whose auspices the pro- gi"m will be held. Out-of-town judges will be selected to decide the three best entries which will be awarded cash prizes. Their decisions will be based on achievement of desired effects; difficulty of presentations; originality; and audience reception. Points will be deducted from any stunts that run more than 15 minutes. Organizations already entered in the competition are the Garden club; Gifford Olson post of the American Legion; the men's chorus; Rebekah lodge; Gifford Olson unit of the American Legion Auxiliary; Recital club; Gar- Mrs. Ole Carlsborg Heart Disease Victim DECORAH--Mrs. pie Carlsborg of Glenwood township, died Wednesday morning of heart disease. No funeral arrangements have been made at present. Mrs. Carlsborg was bom in Toten, Norway. Mr. Carlsborg died 25 years ago. The following children survive: Mrs. Henry Hanson, George, Ben and Joseph Carlsborg: Mrs. Edgar Ehrie and Philip Carlsborg. Decorah; Mrs. Ole Hammersness. Calmar, and Mrs. Elmer Hermier, Waukon. CHANGES ARE MADE BUFFALO CENTER -- The interior of the Bowen and Grupp store is being enlarged and redecorated. A* new refrigeration plant is bcins installed and many more improvements are being made. SUPPER NETS SSO GARNER--The Ladies Aid of the local Methodist Episcopal church added S80 to its fund for decorating the interior of this church from the proceeds of the chicken pie supper served Tuesday evening. There were over 200 in attendance. AT LAST RITES McINTlRE--Mr. and Mrs. Albert Williams of Mclntirc attended the funeral of Mrs. Wil- ner Woman's _ club: Methodist Ladies' Aid sociely: high school band; Chamber ot Commerce: R o y a l Neighbors- Lions club: Concord Progressive club: and South Garner Community club. Avis Halverson Is Named League Head RAKE--The Luther league of the Zion Lutheran church held its bi-annual business meeting, with the election of officers. Avis Halverson was elected president for a six month term to succeed Wanda Quame. Loren Hanson wa= elected vice president Naomi Sorlien. secretary, and Lowell Lund treasurer. March Meeting of Bristow Group Held BRISTOW--The Woman's Foreign Missionary society of the M. E. church held its March meeting at the home of Mrs. J. J, Gough on Wednesday afternoon. ATTEND FUNERAL GOODELL--Mr. and Mrs. Pete Peterson, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Peterson and Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Harberts went to Cedar Falls to attend the funeral o£ their aunl Thursday. LEAKXS OF DEATH PLYMOUTH--Mrs. Eva Lantz received word of the death ot Mrs. J. Torrent ot" Cedar Rapids. Mrs Torrent \vas a resident of Mason liams' nephew. Franklin Fellows i City for many years. Louis Lantz! at Ricevillc Thursday afternoon, j Si-., attended ihe funeral. oney! The Ford V-8 is the only car in the low price field Jhat combines thess major advantages. BIGGER HYDRAULIC BRAKES ULTRA-MODERN STREAMLINED STYLE Tic DcLuxe FcrJor StJa,, ilt m i ra i,J i ilounif. 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