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SATURDAY, MARCH 18, 1939 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE MARBLE ROCK YOUTH KILLED IN AUTO ACCIDENT NIXT SUFFERS BROKEN NECK Lawrence Keith and Arthur Lines With Victim in Accident MARBLE ROCK--Frank Nixt, 23, was instantly killed at about 12:30 Saturday morning when he lost control of the car he.was driv- ' ing seven miles east of Marble ' Hock, and it plunged from the road. It was believed that the icy condition of the gravel road caused the wreck. Nixt suffered a broken neck. With Nixt were two other youths from this vicinity, seither of whom was seriously injured. · Lawrence Keith of Marble Rock suffered a broken collarbone and broken nose, and was taken to Cedar Valley hospital at Charles City. Arthur Lines, son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Lines, was badly shaken up. Nixt, the son of Mrs. Emma Nixt, was returning with his companions from a visit at Powersville. His father was fatally injured in a fall from a hayrack four years ago. Deputy Sheriff R. C. McCartney of Charles City investigated the mishap. Decorah Farmer Is 84 on St. Patrick's Day DECORAH--C. J. Thorgrim- son celebrated his eighty-fourth birthday on St. Patrick's day living on the same farm in Springfield township on which he was born 84 years ago. His parents were among the first settlers of Winneshiek county. When Cornelius Thor- grimson was married 59 years ago his father divided the 160 acre farm and he and his bride settled on 80 acres. He was married to Miss Elena Jacobsen of Clinton, Wis. Mrs. Thorgrim- son died ten years ago. His.son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Willard Horgrim- son and children, make their home on the farm with their father. MRS. NEWELL IS HEADOFP.E.O, Annual Meeting of : · Emmetsburg Chapter Held in Tea Room EMMETSBURG -- Mrs. R. W. Newell was named president of the local chapter of the P. E. O. at the annual meeting of the group held in the Anderson tea room this week. Other officers elected are: Mrs. W. H. Morling, vice president; Mrs. A. A. Theile, secretary; Mrs. Earl Beebe, treasurer; Mrs. Carl Spies, corresponding secretary; Mrs. J. T. Hobson, chaplain; Mrs. Herbert Baker, guard; Mrs. Newell, delegate to state convention; Mrs. Morling, alternate delegate. A program was held in the jiome of-Mrs. A. J. Burt following the meeting, with Mrs. Burt reading the play, "Susan and God." Talks at Kensett Meeting on Monday KENSETT--Hiehway Patrol. man Lloyd Meyers of the Mason City headquarters w i l l speak on safety at a meeting of the Kensett township Farm Bureaii and Kensetl Community club, as part of the regular monthly program in the Community hall al 8 o'clock on Tuesday night. Mr. Meyers will also show pictures in connection with his talk. Lunch will be served during the social hour following the program. Farewell Party for Mrs. Upchurch Held MANLY--The Happy Hour circle met for a farewell party foi Mrs. Harry Upchurch at the hom of Mrs. Samuel Perkins, Sr. Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Upchurch leaves for her new homi at Nevada Saturday. An end tabli was presented as a remembranci from the group. FILE CASES IN ALGONA COURT Stpckdale Sues for $25,000 as Result of Wreck in 1938 ALGONA--There was a total of 26 new law and 17 new equity cases filed in the Kossuth district court Friday, which was the last day for filing for the March term of court which opens March 27 with Judge F. C. Davidson of Emmetsburg presiding.. There were two more damage suits .totaling 530,000 filed here Friday. L. E. Stockdale, Estherville insurance man, seeks judgment for $25,000 for injui'les, loss of time from business, mental and physical pain, etc., and his wife seeks judgment for §5,000 for injuries suffered in a collision last Oct. 10 in Emmet county when their car and a truck driven by Lars Skaar of Ledyard crashed on an intersection: Claims Severe Injuries Stockdale a l l e g e s he was brown clear of his car by the mpact of the collision. He claims e was knocked unconscious and uffered four or five skull frac- ures, his left ear was nearly sev- red, the sight of his left eye was ·eatly impaired and he sees dou- ,e at times, his left chest injured, is mouth and jaw were severe- injured and that he suffered lock to his nervous system. His wife, Aline M. Stockdale. :leses injury to her left leg and' nkle. a severe wrenched left loulder and a severe jolt and lock to her person and nervous ystem. Says Skaar Negligent Skaar was driving his truck orth at the time of the accident, 'he plaintiff alleges that he ap- iroached and entered the inter- ection of the two public roads and was entitled to have the right way over the defendant in crossing the intersection. Reasons why Skaar was negligent included his failure and reusing to give right of way, by nol having his truck under control, failure to reduce his excessive rate of-speed and failure to look to his right and to have his motor under control to avoid striking the plaintiff. Men's Brotherhood Rally Is Planned LAKE MILLS--The sub-distric Men's Brotherhood rally of th Methodist church will be held a the church parlors Monday eve ning. A supper will be served t the public at 5 o'clock. The eve ning program is open to he pub lie. The Rev. K. Finley of Chi cago will be the main speaker. Kanawha Operetta to Be Given on Monday KANAWHA -- A grade schoi operetta entitled "Tom Sawyer will be presented at the primar building Monday evening at 7:30 o'clock. HERE and THERE Miscellaneous Items From 125 Globe-Gazette Correspondents in North Iowa and Southern Minnesota TURKEY - - CHICKEN and other choice meats . . . for Sunday Dinner The Jefferson serves food with appetite appeal. Dine here Sunday and see what an elegant dinner you get for-- 40c 45e 50c 55c "So ranch to eat and everything iastes so sood" .... that's wha.t you'll say after your Sunday dinner . at the-Jefferson Coffee Shop at the BUS Depot $3,500 DAMAGE IN BURT BLAZE Farm Residence Is Destroyed in Fire at Koestler Farm BURT --Fire believed to bave been caused by a defective chimney destroyed the Joe Koestler farm home five miles east and three miles north of Burt early Saturday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Koestler were at a dance at Annstrong at the time it began, and saw the blaze as they were returning home. The three Koesller children were at a neighbor's home at the time. All that was saved from the blaze were a few pieces of furniture. Loss, which was estimated at 53,500, was partly covered by insurance. The farm is owned by Mr. Koestler's father, John, who resides on a nearby farm. Buys Residence OSAGE--Clifford Moss has purchased the L. H. Asfahl residence on Ash street and will move into t April 1. The Asfahls will move jack to their farm near Riceville, vhic'n Mr. Ashfshl operates with his son. Home From Florida EAGLE GROVE--Mr. and Mrs. Harry Shurtz have returned from three weeks vacation trip in 'lorida. Home From Hospital DOUGHERTY--May O'Donnell las returned to her home here after spending several weeks in the Rockwell hospital for treatment. At Cage Tourney AREDALE--G e r a 1 d Creeden, Wilton Dye, Amos Allen and Paul Ayers left Thursday to attend he basketball tournament at Des Moines. Parens of Girl OSAGE--Mr. and Mrs. Orlan D erau are. the parents of a girl jorn Thursday morning at the Missen hospital here. To IVoonsocket, S. Dak. CRYSTAL LAKE--Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Schwabauer left Thursday for their new farm home at Woonsocket, S. Dak. Leave for Texas GREENE--Mr. and Mrs. Louis Vlarzen of near Dougherty, and jynn Roberts of Rudd, left Greene Tuesday night with a truck load of registered Polled Hereford bulls which they were taking to Texas where they were to be sold at auction at the Fort Worth Fat Stock show. .On Southern Trip CORWITH--Dr. T. J. Pfeffer of Racine, Wis., came Wednesday and Thursday morning he and his "ather, M. P. Pfeffer, left on a two weeks' vacation trip to Kentucky and other southern states. Class Visits Des Moines LEDYARD--C. W. Hammond, superintendent of the Grant school, Ledyard, took the senior class on an excursion trip over the weekend to Des Moines. Visit at Des Moines LAKE MILLS--Des Moines visi- .ors from Lake Mills, the first of his week, were Mr. and Mrs. Perry Feriey Mr. and Mrs. Ole underson, Miss Cora Lande, 'Bud" Nerby, Mr. Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. Vic Randal and Mrs. M. O. odtland. Go to Iowa City BRITT--Chris Russ and Alfred Wallen took Joe Geibel in the ambulance to the University hospital at Iowa City Wednesday. Attend Convention KANAWHA--Miss Ruby Thomas and Miss Mabel Trettin returned home Wednesday from Des Moines where they attended the ninth annual convention of the [owa State Cosmetologists association held at the Fort Des Moines hotel. Attend Stage Show EMMETSBURG--Among those from Emmetsburg who attended the personal appearance of Alfred Lunt and Lynn Fontaine in Des Moines Thursday night were Kenneth Davidson. Miss D o r o t h y Stiuires. Miss Frances Davidson, Miss Lillian Payne and Miss Mildred Benton. Suffers Broken Wrist LEDYARD--Mrs. Jess Welforfi fell on the ice Saturday and suffered a broken wrist. At Parental Home JOICE--Mrs. Russel Asse and children of Haywood. Minn., are visiting at the home of Mrs. Asse's parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Fible- stad. Returns to Crystal Lake CRYSTAL LAKE--Nick Jensen returned Monday from Granada Minn., where he has been at the home or Mr. and Mrs. Chris Top- penberg for the past few weeks. Visitors in SI. Paul CHESTE_R--Mr. and Mrs. Henry Larson visited their daughter Mrs. Martin' Reitz in St. Pau Tuesday. Attends Convention WODEN -- Miss Luella Kapp beauty shop operator, attended meeting of the Iowa State Associa tion of Cosmetologists at De Moines from Saturday throug! Monday. Canadians Visit LEDYARD--Mr. and Mrs. Pau Albright of Canada are visitin his brother. Harold Albright. ' Go to Des Moines BRITT--Mr. and Mrs. Marti Cosgriff and dauahter, Phylli and Mr. and Mrs. Frank O'Rour drove to Des Moines Wednesday Arrives From Oklahoma BRISTOW--Mrs. Gertie Fric arrived from Oklahoma, wher she visited her mother and siste since about holiday time, and wi now visit her uncle and aun Mr. and Mrs. Oscar C. Fahr. Returns From Arizona POPEJOY--H. F. Stauffer re turned home Monday after spend- Garage Fire Damage Estimated at $200 FOREST CITY -- Fire which originated in the stoker of the furnace in the basement caused damage estimated at 5200 to the Whileis Auto company in Forest City Friday night. The blaze was discovered by George M. Whiteis, the proprietor, who immediately notified the fire department. ^ R e t u r n to Decorah GOQTDELL--Leroy Boiler and rother, Kenneth, returned home /odnesday from Decorah where icy spent the pist several months i the CCC camp. To Receive Treatment ST. ANSGAR--Clifford Thorson ft Thursday for Rochester to re- eive treatment for an infection in hand, caused by a sliver. Mr. hoi-son just recovered from in- uetjza. Attend Funeral KENSETT--Mr. and Mrs.-Harry spevold and family returned uesday evening from Eagle rove, where they attended the uneral of Mrs. Espevold's brother, ho died at San Diego, Cal., and as brought to Eagle Grove for urial. Return to Popejoy POPEJOY--Mrs. Orville Eimaes nd baby, Karen Elaine, returned ome Tuesday, after spending ree weeks with- her parents at ewell. Return From South EAGLE GROVE--Mr. and Mrs. ohn S. Paine have returned from two months' visit in the south, uring which they visited at the ome of their son, John Howard aine, in Albuquerque, N. Mex., id in El Paso, Tex., at the homes : their son, Charles R. -Paine, and their son-in-law and daughter, Ir. and Mrs. W. H. Bennett. Born at Forest Cily FOREST CITY--Mr. and Mrs. r illiam L. Robinson Jr., of Hamp- n are the parents of an. 8 pound ounce daughter, Jo Ella, born larch 11 at the Irish hospital. Mr. nd Mrs. Robert Stephenson are he parents of a 7}f pound son, ouglas James, born March 11 at le Irish hospital. Mr. and Mrs. ester Smith are the parents of a pound 14 ounce daughter, Marie elle, bom March 10, also at the rish hospital. , Visit at Waterloo LEDYARD--Mrs. Daniel Moyer, liss Laureen Kesseler, Miss Edith ainey and Bud Hannifan drove Waterloo Saturday where they isited with relatives. Back From Nebraska ST. ANSGAR--Ernest Bascombe eturned Sunday from Kimball, 'ebr.. where he had been on busi- ess interests. Returns to Gait G ALT--Mrs. Lillian Howard eturned home after visiting sev- ral weeks with relatives in Manota, Lake Crystal and Austin, linn. ----- · - ' . .; . · -,--.·' Parents of Son LUVEKNE--Mr. and Mrs. John tiller, north of town, are parents f a boy- Return From California PLYMOUTH--Mr. and Mrs. .0. . Peshak and two children, who p ent to California last November nd spent the winter, have re- urned to their home here. Goes to California CRYSTAL LAKE -- Fred Gos:n, who has been visiting at the ome of his half brother, Emery Enderson, and family for the past veek, left Tuesday for an in- .efinite stay at San Francisco, Cal. Return to Plymouth PLYMOUTH -- Mr. and Mrs. Blair McCready returned Monday light from Rockwell City where hey were called by the death of a relative. Returns From Greene MANLY--Mrs. Ford Jewell and :hildren returned Tuesday from i weekend visit with her mother, vlrs. John Downing, at Greene. Atlend Banquet CHESTER--Mr. and Mrs. A. C. ^eslie attended a banquet in Wa- :erloo Tuesday evening. Goes to Cattle Sale GOODELL -- Arthur Chelsvig went to Chicago Tuesday to be present at the sale of his cattle which he had trucked into market in two semi-trailers. | Is Ames Visitor EAGLE GROVE'-- Mrs. Annie Thorup is visiting in Ames for a few days with her sister, Mrs. Minnie Montgomery. Visitor at Rake RAKE--Evelyn Johnson, who is employed in Minneapolis, Minn., is spending a week with her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Larson, and family. . Visits at Des Moines OSAGE--Mrs. Luva Torney is spending a week . in Des Moines with her son, Merle, and family. Called by Death SWALEDALE -- Mr. and Mrs. Cato Lundt and Stephen were called to Linn Grove by the death of an aunt, Mrs. Fred Lundt. Patients in Hospital GREENE--Mrs. Katherine Bellows and Ralph Salsbury are patients in the Iowa City hospital. To New "Orleans, La. CORWITH--Dr. and Mrs. P. E. Walley and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence It's Omaha's Main Street--Back in 1869 PLAN RITES OF THOMAS SEERY 79 Year Old Retired Farmer of Chickasaw County to Be Buried NEW HAMPTON--Funeral services for Thomas Se'cry, 79, retired Chickasaw county farmer, will be held at 9 o'clock Monday morning at Our Lady of Mount Carmel Catholic church at Lawler with the Rev. John O'Donnell, pastor, officiating. Surviving are his widow, three daughters: Mrs. Nicholas Aegetar of Sumner; Mrs. Earl Ellison of Detroit, Mich.; Mrs. Fred Peters ot New Hampton; six sons: John oC Elm a; Ulysses and Waldo of Lawler; Frank and Kenneth of New Hampton and Earl of Detroit; one sister, Mrs. James Roarty; two brothers: John and James, both of New Hampton. Burial will be in St. Joseph's cemetery here. 1 These young- ladies are holding up the side of a. strect^the way Douglas street, In Omaha, Nebr., will look when the committee arranging: "Golden Spike Days" gets through with it. False store fronts ·will be erected in front of al! modern buildings, turning the wheels of time back to 1869 in that city block. These demure Omaha misses, Mary Means and Ruth Kiplingr, doimed the period costumes 30,000 women will wear during the four-day celebration April 26 to April 29, held in conjunction with the world premiere in Omaha of tlie new Cecil B. De Mille film epic, "Union Pacific." MRS.HAUPTOF ROWAN IS DEAD Native of Germany Resided in Wright County 50 Years ROWAN--Mrs. Marie Haupt, 70, resident of Wright county for nearly 50 years, died Wednesday evening in her home in Rowan, after being stricken with nephritis some three years ago, from which she never fully recovered. She was born in Germany and came to America with her brother in 1881. Surviving are her three children, Edmund Haupt of Rowan, Mrs. Lucy Eckleberger of Ventura, Mrs. Hulda Welty of Winterset and eight grandchildren. Funeral services were held Friday afternoon in the Methodist church. The Rev. Robert Grigsby was in charge. Burial was in the Rowan Evergreen cemetery. Charles City News OFFICE AT 603 RIVERSIDE DRIVE, PHONE 1052 DON K. SANDELL, Mgr., Residence, Phone 937-J News Correspondent, Phone 318 Joice Woman Feted in Parsonage With Program and Party JOICE--More than 50 friends and neighbors gathered at the local parsonage Friday afternoon to honor Mrs. Scheie with a birthday party. Mrs. J. H. Bang offered devotion, Mrs. George Bauers gave a vocal solo, accompanied by Mrs. Carl A. Granskou; Mrs. Leland Schottes read a poem; Mrs. Oscar Aamodt and Mrs. Harry Johnson sang a duet accompanied by Mrs. Brones and Mrs. Oscar Calgaard presented Mrs. Scheie with a remembrance from her friends. The program was presented by Mrs. Oscar Thompson, president of the Charity club. Mrs. Ed Brunsvold and Mrs. Emmet Johnson brought the birthday cakes. Lunch was served by those present. JUNIORS'"PETE SAKE" IS GIVEN Large Audience in St. Joseph's Hall for Academy Comedy CHARLES CITY--The comedy "For Pete's Sake" was presented Friday evening by the junior class of the Immaculate ^Conception academy in Saint Joseph's hall to a large audience. Mrs. Russell Nies coached the play and the members of the production staff were Patricia Summerfield, June Litzelman, Velma Rodemaker, Mary Louise Gardner, Laverne Hahn and Joe Erz. The scene of the play which is in three acts takes place in the Pepperdine mansion where all the commotion takes place in the space of two hours. Earl Huss Peter Pepperdine had the lead and the vacillating mind of his aunt, played by Mary Kuempel involves the cast in the amusin| situations. Peter's sweetheart is played by Helen Brunsman. Others who were in the cas were Margaret Megivern, the cook; Howard Thoman as the dear of Elhvood college; Bob McAvoy Peter's pal; Tommy Keefe, a college grind: Marie Murray, a social climber; Betty Holland. Bob McAvoy's sweetheart, Shirley Lucian, Dayton Schoeben and Richard Neff. Several selections were sting b; the academy boys' glee club. ngebnt N. Tufte, 39, Dies at Farm lome Near Kiester KIESTER, Minn. --Ingebrit N. Tufte, 39, died early Friday morn- ng at his farm home south of Kiester, a victim of pneumonia. Funeral arrangements h a v e een made for Tuesday afternoon at Tmmanuel Lutheran church with the Rev. J. A. Ameson in charge; Surviving besides his wife are :wo small sons, Roger and Donald, a brother, Ole, of Northfield and his aged parents, Mr. and Mrs. Nels Tufte of Kiester. ing five weeks with his son, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Stauffer family at Phoenix, Ariz. and Mr. BUILDING IS RAZED ORCHARD -- A railroad crew Stauffer accompanied a son. the Rev. W. C. Stauffer and wife, o! Onawa. on the trip. Attend Case Tourney NEW HAMPTON--A d d i s o n Lee, Jack and Bob Rigler left here Wednesday to attend the state basketball tournament in Des Moines. Returns to Duties MANLY--Miss Frances Stanner registered nurse, returned to her duties at the Minneapolis veteran hospital after a three day visit with her brothers, C. L. and Joe Stanner families, and her sister, Mrs. Walter Leslie, and family. Is From Nebraska RUDD--Frank Ervay of Carle- Galloway left Wednesday on a 10 day motor trip to New Orleans, La., and other southern points. Is Brill Visitor BRITT--A. D. Palmer of Decorah arrived in Britt for an indefinite visit with his brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. C h a r l e s Palmer. At Parental Home KANAWHA--John Gorton left Tuesday for Chicago, where he is employed, following a two weeks visit at the home of his parents Mr. and Mrs. Fred Gorton, ane sisters. Mrs. Martin Thompson anc Mrs. Herbert Mewes. Returns From Trip TITONK/\--Harold Gartner ha., returned from a (,500 mile auto mobile trip in the south and west He was accompanied by Jim Blaisdel of West Co\:ord. Minn.. Charles City Briefs Mrs. Abel Schrage's Funeral Services Held at Clarksville CLARKSVILLE -- Mrs. Abel Schrage died at Mercy hospital Wednesday evening from c o m- plications following childbirth. Mrs. Schrage was the mother of a boy, four years of age and an infant daughter, born March 5, who with the husband, her father and three brothers, survive. Funeral services were conducted Saturday from the Lutheran church. Burial was in the Clarksville cemetery. The Rev. Becker officiated at the services. londuct Last Rites I G. Q. Heffron, 8, Cedar Farmer CHARLES CITY--Funeral ser- ices were held Saturday after- .oon at the Grossman funeral ,ome for G. Q. Heffron, 78, a resident of Cedar township, who died at his home following a long ill- ess. ·The Rev. Edmund Bickell of Taopi, Minn., officiated and bur- al was in Riverside cemetery. Mr. Heffron is survived by his vife and the following children, all of Charles City: Mrs. Julia Chandler, Goldie Heffron, Oliver, Wallace, Warren, Milton and Bert Heffron. Palo Alto Parochial Declamatory Test to Be Held Monday EMMETSBURG--Knights of Columbus officials have announced an all-county parochial declamatory contest, to be held in the K. of C. hall in Emmetsburg Monday evening. Students from the sixth, seventh and eighth grades of any Palo Alto county academy will be eligible to compete for the prizes. The contest will be similar to those staged during the past-few- years under the sponsorship of the 1 local. Knights of Columbus. .. MRS, SMITH, 65, STROKE VICTIM Funeral Services of Native of England to Be Held Monday CHARLES CITY -- Mrs. Levi Smith, 65. died in the Cedar Valley hospital Friday following a stroke. Funeral services will be held Monday afternoon at the Grossman funeral home with the Final Rite's Held for Miss Henrietta Koren, 84 : Are Held DECORAH -- Funeral services were held Friday for Miss Henrietta Keren, 84, in the Washington Prairie parsonage. Her brother, the Rev. Paul Koren. conducted the services. Burial was made in the Washington Prairie cemetery. Two sisters and a brother survive. They are Mrs. Caroline Naeseth, Minneapolis; Miss Marie Koren, at home and the Rev. Paul Koren, pastor of the Washington Prairie church. Gustafson officiating will be in Riverside 25 Cars Purchased for Highway Patrol DES MOINES, W)--The state executive council Friday bought 24 cars for the Iowa highway patrol. The Jensen-Dunn Motor company of Des Moines received the order on a bid of $6,415 in cash and 29 used cars. is in town taking down the old j ton. Nebr.. former resident came buildings in the railroad stock- I Monday for a visit with relatives i a classmate al the University of yards. ~u:e causer or lemperancc ai preseni? ' i ' . '. ' - , I here. "327" second street soumwest I Minnesota. "-.~ 'l navfrtltn "t Cedar Valley Group of Reserve Officers in Regular Meeting CHARLES CITY--The Cedar Valley chapter of reserve officers met Friday evening in the office of Weston Jones, counly attorney. Major C. S. Meyers, executive officer of northeast Iowa, visiled the chapter. The lesson was the fifth o( a series of map problems discussed by Major William G. Keene, * ,, ,,._,__...,_. ,..,_,,, CHARLES CITY--The Easteri Stars gave a Saint Patrick's part; for their friends Friday evening i: the Masonic Temple. Mrs. Ada Felt and daughter Mary Louise, of Mason City, ar guests of Mr. and Mrs. M. G Smith, Sr., at Rivermere. Mrs. O. H. Banton entertaine several tables at a contract lunch eon Friday afternoon. Mrs. Raymond Shannon of Powersville had a major operation in the Cedar Valley hospital. Mrs. Lovilla Bernhart of New Hampton, district deputy, inspected the Charles City Temple No. 84, Pythian Sisters, Thursday evening. She was accompanied by several m e m b e r s from New Hampton. A picnic supper was served after which a one act play. "The Meeting Will Come to O r - j der,'' was acted by six past! presidents of the American Legion auxiliary under the direction of i Mrs. O. H. Banton. | The district conference of men of the'Baptist church will be held in local church Sunday afternoon. The Iowa Council of Baptist men will be in charge and furnish the speakers. Mrs. H. A. Moldenahuer reviewed "Jungles Preferred" by Miller at the meeting of the Tabitha circle of the Baptist church Thursday afternoon. Mrs. G. M. Core and committee served. Mrs. George Harvey entertained the Christian church women at a luncheon Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Lillian Popps of Powers- vine announces the marriage of her daughter, Lillian, to LaVerne Schmidlke which look place March 10. Dr. White, New York, denominational representative of the Baptist church, will preach in the Rev. H. A. and burial cemetery. As Mrs. Robert Hill she came to Charles City 13 years ago Friday from England. She married Levi Smith, cement contractor, and lived here since that time. Beside her husband she is survived by one son and four daughters. Arthur W. Hunt, Mrs. Rose Chester Youtn, 22, Succumbs at Home CHESTER -- Lloyes Eaton, 22, died Thursday at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. N. Eaton, where he has been ill for several weeks. He leaves his wife and 2 year old son, his parents, one brother and three sisters. Funeral arrangements are complete. not Kotchkiss; Josephine Charles Kendall, City; Mrs. Evansville, Ind., Mrs. Gladys Wissing, Oregon, 111., and Anna -Hill who lives in England. AMIGA CLUE MEETS CLARION--Amiga club met at the home of Mrs. Bert Banks Thursday afternoon with Mrs. W. H. Smith acting as associate hostess. Mrs. Ida Grattidge won a St. Patrick's contest. Refreshments were served at the close of the meeting. local Baptist evening. church Sunday DEAFENED Special Announcement ACOUST1CON LABORATORIES OF NEW YORK are sending a specialist- to Mason City for the benefit of the Hard of Hearing Free Demonstration of the new LIFETIME GUARANTEED ACOUSTICON fitted to each individual requirement making use of SPECIAL LABORATORY EQUIPMENT for that purpose. ONE DAY ONLY TUESDAY, MARCH 21 KAYENAY CAMERA STORE 14 FIRST ST. S. E. MASON CITY Don't fail to take advantage of this OPPORTUNITY. Convenient time payments available. 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