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March 20, 1939

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 3

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MONDAY, MARCH 20, 1939 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE r *« W -- ·---- -- ; m.n.ovjjLN 1,1 i x VjijUiia-UA^mih; PALO ALTO ACHIEVEMENT DAY IS ON WEDNESDAY f f l f l l f · · m i » ^ _ . . _ . ' ·--' -- . EVENT PLANNED IN K. OF C, HALL Countywide Women's Exhibit to Feature Emmetsburg Program EMMETSBURG--Final preparations are being made by local Farm Bureau authorities for the Palo Alto county achievement day, to be held in the Knights of Columbus hall here on Wednesday. The event will mark the class of. the home project study of "being well dressed." A countywide women's exhibit -will be a feature of this year's program, Miss Margaret Dunkleberg, county home demonstration agent, announced Saturday. Each of the 16 townships participating in the program will plan a booth exhibit demonstrating an approved homemaking practice studied during the year. The exhibits ·will be criticized and scored by Mrs. Sarah Porter Ellis of Ames, state home demonstration agent leader from Iowa State college. Exhibitors and their guests will be entertained at a noon luncheon at the Kermore hotel. Featured on the afternoon program will be the township selections, including play- lets, demonstrations and music. A music recognition test will be taken by the farm women who have studied opera during the past year, and other township groups will participate in a music memory contest, also based on the music study. Mrs. Leo Zeigler, county home project chairman, will prepare a county booth to display the county's participation in the current home project course. P. T. A. to Present "Ted's Family" on Wednesday Evening PLYMOUTH--The P. T. A. of Falls No. 7 school, located 4 miles south of Plymouth, will present a one-act comedy entitled "Ted's Family" Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock. Other attractions will also be presented. Rockwell Man Feted on 73rd Birthday ROCKWELL--D. N. Campbell was reminded of his seventy-third birthday Friday evening when about 40 members of the "Camp- faell clan" gathered at his home lor a pot luck supper and an evening of cards and other' amusements. St. Patrick's Day Party Is at Geneva GENEVA--A St. Patrick's day party was sponsored by the Ep- ·worth league Friday evening in the parlors of the Methodist church. Store to Close in Tribute to Founder DECORAH--On Wednesday, the Ben Bear clothing store will remain closed for the day in honor of its founder, ihe late Ben Bear, who died last year on that date.' Harlan Lasbrook Is Head of Algona Club" ALGONA -- A new club, the Royal Ambassadors, was formed Friday evening among the boys of the Baptist church. The ambassador chief elected was Harlan Las- brook; recorder, Richard Wheelock and treasurer, Wallace Adams Ronald Jenkins is their leader. ' Lonerock Auxiliary Is Sponsor of Party LONEROCK -- The American Legion Auxiliary sponsored a St Patrick's 500 party Friday evening. High prizes were won by G. J. Burt, Harlan Blanchard, Mrs. Otis Sanders and Mrs. Albert Hutchinson. Forest Cityan Gives Address at Manson FOREST CITY--Joe Graham o£ Forest City, eighth district commander of the American Legion, attended the joint county meeting of the Legion and Auxiliary posts of Calhoun county held at Manson, Friday evening. Mr. Graham gave the main address at the meeting. FOR stuffiness and -misery of head" COLDS ITS BO EASY to get comforting relief this quiet DIRECT way. Simply put a few drops of Va-tro-nol up each nostril. It clears stuffiness, reduces swelling, lets jou BREATHE again--freely and comfortably. BUT DON'T WATT next time. At tha first sniffle or sneeze -use Va-tro-ncl AT ONCE. This helps to PREVENT the development of man? coltls. JUST A FEW DROPS OF... VICKS VA-TRO-NOL Addresses Father and Son Banquet DR. W. C. CLEWORTH ANNUAL'LAKE EVENT IS HELD Fathers, Sons at Ciystal Lake Meet for Yearly Banquet. CRYSTAL LAKE -- Approximately 100 attended the annual Father and son banquet held Friday night in the Methodist church basement which was served by the Ladies Aid members. Pianist was Mabel Earp, song leader, Jeff Rensink. Toastmaster was Paul Kiricpatrick. A solo was sung by Jeff Rensink. The oldest father was S. O. Rogness, 74 and the youngest son, Merlin Helm, 3 year old son of Mr. and Mrs, George Helm. A one act play was presented. Dr. William C. Cleworth of Hampton, spoke. Charley Ausheim and son came the longest distance from Round Lake, Minn. Girl Reserves From Grafton Meet for Banquet at School GRAFTON--The Girl Reserves held a Mother-Daughter banquet, Thursday evening in the high, school auditorium. Carroll Bartz was toastmistress and there were 21 present. Those who assisted in the serving were Lola Ueker, Elsie Bork, Rosie Kinsman, Virginia TJeker, Jane Buechele and Dorothy Franzen. Miss Mauers, the Girl Reserve sponsor, was in charge of the banquet. Neighbor's Quick Action, Use of New Machine Save Baby DBS MOINES, (/P)_The quick action of a neighbor and the prompt use of a new city fire department respiration machine was credited Saturday with saving the life of a 15 months old child seized with convulsions. The baby, Helen Darlene, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Cooper was kept alive by Mrs. Leland Atkinson, a neighbor, who administered artificial respiration until the fire department arrived. The new machine was one of two recently purchased by the city. Mrs. Lloyd Baker Feted at Thornton THORNTON -- A miscellaneous shower was held Saturday afternoon at the English Lutheran church parlors in honor of Mrs. Lloyd Baker. After a short program and games a dainty lunch was served by the committee. The bride received many beautiful and useful gifts. SERVICES FOR HIGDON HELD Conduct Last Rites at Home and Church;' Burial Is at Brief HUTCHINS -- Funeral services for Calvin Higdon, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Higdon, were held Friday afternoon aUthe Methodist church in Britt with the pastor the Rev. C. N, McMillin, officiating. Brief services at the home preceded the church rites. The Wigton-Russ funeral home was in charge. Interment was in Evergreen cemetery, Britt. A choir sang several selections. .iss lone Lease played the piano iccompaniment. Merrill Brooks .was honorary pallbearer and other pallbearers were Rudy Johnson, Norman Anderson, Paul Cosgriff, Ronald Spangler, Jack Schrader a n d Kenneth Harizell. . Survivors are his parents, his grandfather, B. F. Higdon, his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hunsley of Britt and a number of other relatives. Culture Club From Rudd Has Meeting RUD_D--The Culture club was entertained by Mrs. Otto Brandau Saturday afternoon. Mrs. Warren Frevert was the Bible study leader and Miss Pearl Kollman was the lesson leader, using as her subject, "Adventures in Flower Gardening." Mrs. B. A. Fieselmann had charge of the entertainment. Refreshments were served. Anna Theurer Feted at Shower in Rudd RUDD--Airs. Anna Birkholz and Mrs. William Pross entertained several guests at a prenuptial shower for Anna Theurer Friday afternoon. Refreshments were served. Emmetsburg Dance Planned Wednesday EMMETSBURG -- Emmetsburg junior college students will hold a dance in the high school gymnasium on Wednesday night, beginning at 8 o'clock. Members of the college faculty will serve as chaperones. SUFFERS WRIST GASH HUTCHINS -- Jerry Knapper was the victim of a painful accident Wednesday. \Vhiie cutting down trees at the Harry Thompson home he suffered a gash in his left wrist which necessitated several stitches to close. M 135 Attend Annual Father, Son Event in Plymouth Church PLYMOUTH--There were 135 men and boys at the fathers and sons banquet at the M. E. church Friday night. The speaker of, the evening was Earl Moody of Nora Springs. Toasfmaster was Supt. P. T. Castle. Speaker for fathers was F. H. Graves and for the sons, Page .Reynolds. C. R. Samson had charge of the music. A dinner was served during the evening. One Act Play Fest at Leland Tuesday LELAND--A one act play festival with Lake Mills, Leland and Forest City high schools participating will be given at Leland Tuesday evening. The plays Averc given at Forest City March IB. Osage Bidder Gets Washington Contract WASHINGTON, low'a -- Contracts for 579,505 worth of county trunk and county local road improvements in 1939 have been let by the Washington county board. Successful bidders were from Des Moines, Chicago, Sioux City Washington and Osage . Will Preside at Kanawha Meeting K A N A W H A --Wallace C. Darrali, manager and president of the North Iowa Agricultural Experiment association, w i l l preside at the stockholders' meeting of that group when it convenes for its annual meeting Thursday at the Tail Corn theater in Kanawha. PLAY PROGRAM FOR ROCKFORD Sophomore Class of High School Offers Pair of Productions ROCKFORD _ The sophomore class of the high school presented two one act plays in the high school auditorium Friday evening The first play "Murder in Hollywood." was presented by the following cast: Frances Noss, Leone Esser, Dorothy Yerkes, Harriet Hubbard, Anna Koepke, Dean Galvin, C. x W. Hartley snd Bob Leigh. The second play, "Jealousy Plays a Part," was presented by Vilda Reckard, Doris Moore, Wilma Koehler, Robert Pecht, Joyce Evans, Virgil Lines and Flora Drury. Between acts Donald Mosher played a sousaphone solo, the junior high school boys glee club sang and the first grade gave a choral reading. The plays were directed by Helen Niles, high school dramatic coach. XJsing public money to ruin a rich pow.er company doesn't.seem cruel. We can't see the little "people whose savings are invested in the company's stock--Davennorl Times. CONDUCT RITES OF FRED KROLL Funeral Services for 79 Year Old Dows Man Are Held DOWS--The funeral of Fred Kroll, 79, was held Monday afternoon at the Vernon Lutheran church, the Rev. E. A. Kurtz preaching the funeral sermon. Burial was at the Vernon cemetery. Mr. Kroll was born March 9, I860, in Germany, where he was married and later brought his family to tlje vicinity of Dows and for many years has lived on his farm near Dows. Mrs. Kroll died many years ago. He leaves six children, Ernest Kroll of Minneapolis; Paul and August Kroll, Mrs. Ann.ie Thompson, Mrs. Will Hockow and Mrs. John Kreitlow, all of near Dows. J. P. Rigler Named President of Red Cross in Chickasaw NEW HAMPTON--The annual meeting of the Chickasaw county Red Cross chapter was held in the courthouse at New Hampton Wednesday evening. The same officers were reelected as follows: President, J. p. Rigler; vice president and county roll call chairman, Mrs. H. L Hettler; Clyde Rouse, secretary and treasurer; Clyde King, life saving; Louise Klatt, home service; Anna Miles, junior Red Cross; E. J. Feuling, local disaster; Mrs. J.. M. Kerwick, nursing activities; Melvin Thurow, home and farm prevention; Reuben Babcock, publicity. Doan P. T. A. Hears Hoon Talk Tuesday TITONKA--The Doan school Parent Teachers association will hold its regular meeting in school number 9 on Tuesday evening. Supt. C. A. Hoon of the Buffalo consolidated school will be the guest speaker and his subject will be "Co-operation o£ Parents and Teachers." A program consisting of several musical numbers and a short play entitled "The Acid Test," by two teachers, will be presented. Election of officers will be held. PICKED AT BRADFORD BRADFORD -- Kasper Meyer was elected new school directo to succeed W. E. Roche. The othd members of the board are Elmer Hofmann and E. E. Klien. Arctic Flyer at Hanlontown HANLONTOWN -- Mr. and Mrs. Allan Dyne and son, Bobby, of Itouyn, Canada, arrived in Hanlontown Sunday to visit her brother, Frefl Johnson, and mother, Airs. Famiic Johnson, flrr. Dyne was on the \\il- kins expedition searching for the lost Russian flyers. Mr. Dyne returned to Winnipeg Monday. Mrs. Dyne and Bobby will remain in Hanlontown four weeks, tlien go directly to Winnipeg to their new home. BRITT CLUB TO MEET TUESDAY Mrs. Clark Lovrien to Present Program on Iowa Art, Poetry BRITT -- The Britt Woman's club will meet Tuesday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at the public library. A program will be given by Mrs. Clark Lovrien and Mrs W. C. Harvey. The tea committee will be Mrs. Aaron Bowman, Mrs. George Lloyd and Miss Mable Sheridan. The Junior Woman's club will meet Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock at the public library. The lesson on "The Charm of Good Music" will be presented by Miss Virginia Minor and committee. Bockmeyer Indorsed by Senator Gillette WASHINGTON, (#)--Senator Guy M. Gillette has recommended reappointment of Chris Bockmeyer :is postmaster at Sheffield Iowa. The Major Is Painting the Town Red! ALGONA--Literally speaking, Major Leslie T. Saul, secretary of the A l g o n a Chamber of Commerce, is g o i n g to paint the town red. B e c a u s e he is an airport booster, he is going to place l a r g e red placards in the stores, put banners on all delivery trucks and cover the billboards with signs reading "Vote yes, March 27, for Algona airport." Vote will be taken March 27 at the city election on the bond issue for the 550,000 proposed airport. There are no more cats in Kilkenny than in any other Irish town, nor do they fight more. The old yarn to the contraiy arose out of the dissensions of the 17th century between the English and Irish sections o£ the town. FUNERAL HELD FOR FISCHER Former Resident of Dows Vicinity Dies at Austin, Minn. DOWS--The funeral o£ Frank August Fischer, 62, was held Sunday afternoon at the Presbyterian church. The Rev. R. A. Brough preached the funeral sermon. The burial was at the Fail-view cemetery. For the past two years he lived in Austin, Minn., where he died suddenly Thursday of heart disease. Surviving are his wife and two sons. The sons are Thomas and Frank, Jr., Austin, also a sister and a brother, Mrs. Jennie Mulnix, Dows, and the Rev. Henry Fischer, Saginaw, Mich. FREE HOME TRIAL CERRO GORDO MAYTAG-SKELGAS CO. 22 Second N. E. Phone 2067 TELEVISION EXPERT SAYS: "It's Refreshing to Let up_Light up a mild, good-tasting Camel" READY? A television broadcast is about to begin. Everyone feels the excitement. Philco engineer Richard E.Waggenerknows exactly whattodo.He passes Camels, takes one himself... a mild, good-tasting Camel! "It's grand for one's poise to let up and light up a Camel." PHOTO JUST RELEASED of Dick Waggener 'directing Katharine Aldridge and Shane Kelly. Dick is one of many experts in television who find Camels just right for steady smoking. Let up-light up a Camel, the cigarette of costlier tobaccos. RECEIVING with a home set: Mrs. Dorothy Temple, who runs a home, has a job too. She is enjoying a cigarette -a Camel--for, like so many women, she finds a delicate fragrance in Camels that is very appealing. "Camels taste so good" she says. "They do have a wonderful mildness." THE SMILE OF ANTICIPATION:. Dick finds a moment to enjoy a Camel. "Camels are different," he says, "mild, full-flavored. I smoke all I want, and they never jangle my nerves." 250 WORDS PER MINUTE! Harry L. White can take down legal testimony up to 250 words per minute, for iie is an expert court reporter. "After catching questions and answers on the fly, hour after hour, believe me, it feels good to let up--light up a Camel. 'I'd walk a mile for a Camel!'" Camels have the rich, ripe flavor of finer, milder tobaccos. You'll find those choice tobaccos do make a difference! FOR SMOKING PLEASURE AT ITS BEST- CAMELS C A M E L . . . T H E CIGARETTE OF COSTLIER TOBACCOS

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