The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on March 21, 1939 · Page 3
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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 3

Mason City, Iowa
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Tuesday, March 21, 1939
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ACHIEVEMENT DAY PLANNED Annual Chickasaw County Event to Be Held on Friday NEW HAMPTON--The annual Chickasaw County Achievement day will be held here Friday. M. M. Thurow, county agent, will give a talk on home projects; 'Goals--Old and New" will be discussed by Mrs. Luella M. Condon, home demonstration agent; Joyce Bailey, county 4-H club treasurer, will discuss the 1939 4-H club program. Luncheon will be served by the Baptist Ladies Aid at noon. Frank Pie tan, president of the Chickasaw county Farm Bureau will open the afternoon program with an address o£ welcome. The home project women from Dayton, Chickasaw, Bradford and Hichland townships will present a health play. Mrs. Raymond Sayre, chairman of the Women's committee of the Iowa Farm Bureau Federation, will deliver a "Farm Bureau Message." ATTEND FUNERAL FENTON--Mr. and Mrs. Henry Gill drove to Dunlap Sunday to attend funeral services which were held for Mr. Gill's cousin Orin Chase, 56. Kidney Trouble Stop Getting Up Nights To harmlessly Hush poisons and acid Jrom kidneys and relieve irritations of bladder so that you can stop "getting up ?) g i'^ get a 35 ccnl Package ol Gold Medal Haarlem Oil Capsules and take as S! r j c j cd - other symptoms of kidney and bladder weaknesses may be scant, burning or smarting passage -- backache -- r TM B ^ - Young Mother Is Soviet Judge Among those holding high soviet post of People's judge is this young mother of two, Maria Gretshuka, of Moscow. In addition, Mme. Grefshuka engages actively in social work and is a. frequent lecturer on court procedure and on the intricacies of law. Stockholders Meet at Burt Saturday BURT--There will be a special meeting of the stockholders of "the Burt Farmers' Exchange Saturday afternoon for the purpose of considering and voting on the question of the renewal of the corporate existence of the corporation. DANIEL IS ELECTED CARROLL, (IP)--}. W. Daniel has been elected chief of the Carroll volunteer fire department for the thirteenth consecutive year. Food Froster T w i n Vege for c h i l l e d table Freshen desserts and ers of acid-re- salads, f o r sisting porce. meat storage, lain. $250 VALUE! 7 CU. FT. SUPREME 95 169 Speedy Cube Food Guard- Trays. New! ian shows cor- Q u i c k e r ! rect storage Have double- temperature in levers, the cabinet. Big beautiful, up-to-the-minute in every detail! Loads of storage space . .. shelf area is 14.86 sej. ft.! 2 Adjusto sliding shelves! Super Powered economy unit! Freezer makes 100 cubes, 10 Ibs. per freezing! $5 DOWN, Monthly Poymsntl, Carrying Charge WORTH $210! 6.6 CU. FT. DELUXE 154.95 An outstanding value! Has 14.03 sq. ft. shelf area! Makes 74 cubes, 8 Ibs. per freezing! Vegetable bin holds 26 qts.! Meat Froster beneath Freezer! 15 DOWN, Monthly Pcym.nt* Carrying Cfcargn MONTGOMERY 102-4-6 South Federal Ave. WARD Telephone 860 or 881 Services Held for Mrs. Torresdal, 73; 3 Children Survive DECORAH -- Funeral services were held Tuesday for Mrs. Marget Torresdal, 73, who died Friday at her farm home in Springfield township. The services were held in the Washington Prairie church with the Rev. Paul Koren officiating. Burial was made in the adjoining cemetery. Mrs. Torresdal was bom in Springfield township in 1865 She was married in 1890 to Elias Tor- resdal, who died in 1935. Three children survive: Mrs. Guy Nelson, Elizabeth and Osmund, all of Springfield township. Milwaukeean Gives Musical at Luverne .LUVERNE--The organ musical, given Sunday evening by Prof F Cesander o£ Milwaukee at the Zion Lutheran church was well attended. The pipe organ was installed and dedicated in October 133Q, and is the only one in Luverne. MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE It is true that a criminal- oE eighteen knows what he is doing But he might be doing Sunday school work as happily if other people had led him.--Dubuque Telegraph-Herald. KIESTERBAND GIVES CONCERT Newly Organized 55 Piece Group Plays at Blue Earth, Minn. KIESTER, Minn.--The newly organized 55 piece high school band which made its first public appearance and was so enthusiastically received a week ago appeared in a concert at Blue Earth Saturday evening as part of the two-day entertainment sponsored by the Rural Electrification Demonstration and show. The show was in charge of County Agent C G. Gaylord and Mildred Sailor, home demonstration agent for Faribault county. The band is under the direction of Ludwig B. Olson, superintendent of Schools and was organized about 4 months ago. It boasts soloists and a brass quartet and is developing a saxophone division of merit. It has already accepted several offers to appear in concerts during the spring and summer, in neighboring communities including Blue Earth and Albert Lea. TUESDAY, MARCH 21, 1S39 The earth's annual journey around the sun is 576,000,000 miles long. Arranges Visit for Royalty Lieuf. Col..Maurice Alexander, member of parliament, is pictured arriving at New York from London, enroute to Washington. He is said to be in U. S. to make arrangements for forthcoming visit of the king and queen of England. REA Meeting to Be at Burt, in High School, March 28 BURT--A public meeting to discuss the proposed extension of the R. E. A. high line in Portland, Ramsey, Greenwood and Burt townships will be held in the Burt high school assembly room Tuesday evening, March 28. John H. Seoltock, superintendent of Humboldt county Rural Electric Co-op will be present to explain the project. All prospective consumers of electricity and owners of land in this area are urged to attend. Two CCC Members Injured in Auto Mishap at Decorah DECOHAH--Charles Savage of Lake City, and Lee Sullivan of Cresco, members of the local CCC camp, were struck Sunday evening in front of the Texaco station on highway 52 by a car driven by a Mr. Whalen of Canton Minn. Savage suffered a broken leg and is in the Decorah hospital. Sullivan returned -to the camp suffering from shock, but uninjured. Whalen was given blood tests for intoxication before being released. CORWITH MAN IS FINED $300 Joseph Youngwirth Admits Charge of Drunken Driving ALGONA--Joseph Youngwirth, Corwith, was fined §300 and costs by Judge G. W. Stillman Monday on charges of operating a motor vehicle while intoxicated. Youngwirth pleaded guilty to the charges in the district court here. A. A. Summers, Humboldt, was given a 90 day jail sentence for operating a motor vehicle upon a highway of the state of Iowa while in an intoxicated condition. His drivers license was revoked for one year. His appeal bond was fixed at $500. Summers struck the August Meyer car of Whittemore a week ago Saturday at the C. M. and St. P. viaduct on highway 109 at the edge of Algona. SUFFERS INJURIES ALEXANDER -- Chris Lars en was badly injured Saturday afternoon while helping move a brooder house for Dale Benson. The building tipped, pinning Mr. Larsen under it. St. Ansgar Couple Wed for 25 Years Honored at Party ST. A N S G A R -- A group of neighbors and friends met Saturday evening at the home of Miss Lois Wirth in honor of the twenty-fifth wedding anniversary o£ Mr. and Mrs. John Wirth, The evening was spent in playing games after which a lunch was served. Mr. and Mrs. Wirth were presented a 72 piece set of silverware. LADIES AID TO MEET CRYSTAL LAKE--Mrs. Hettie Hochkiss, Miss Miriam Hotchkiss and Mrs. Reat Thompson will be hostesses for the Ladies Aid which will meet in the Methodist church basement Thursday afternoon. 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