The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on March 21, 1939 · Page 5
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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 5

Mason City, Iowa
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Tuesday, March 21, 1939
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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE TUESDAY, MARCH 21, 1939 THREEBELMOND RESIDENTS DIE Old Age Is Cause of Death of 2; Heart Disease of Third BELMOND -- Three Belmond residents died during the past 24 hours, two of old age, and a third a victim of heart disease. Mrs. Val Griesy, 80, died Tuesday morning at her home of old age. Services will be held Thursday afternoon. She is survived by a son, Cato, and two daughters, Mrs. George Goelz of Belmond, and Mrs. John Lewis o[ Tracy, Minn. Funeral services are being arranged for Mrs. Barbara Wenzel, 33, who died at the John Lowenberg home Tuesday morning of old age. She was a native of Germany, and came to the United States when 14. Surviving are two daughters, Mrs. Lowenberg. and I Mrs. Walter Bruga of Meservey, [ and six sons, Adolph. Carl and Jack, of Belmond, Will of Ledyard, Dan of Thornton, and Herman of Latimer. Rites will be conducted ut the Immanuel Reformed church at 1:30 Thursday afternoon for Mrs. Effie Eske, 58, who was found dead by her husband when he returned home late Monday. She was a victim of heart disease. Mrs. Eske was born in Germany. May Be Another Goal for Hitler (Tarkio President Will Give Address SHENANDOAH. lift--Dr. M Earle Collins, Tarkio college president who returned recently from the International Missionary conference in Madras. India, will be the main speaker at the Sunday school convention" of the Page county council of Christian Education, March 22. at the United Presbyterian church in Clarinda. YOU CAN BORROW MONEY on your LIFE INSURANCE policy cash values. Or if you already have 6% loans on your life insurance policies you can save 30''c to 35';'i interest by replacing- such loans through us at much lower rates. Complete details will be sent you by mail upon request. No loans made on government or fraternal policies. Northwest Savings Bank MASON CITY, IOWA The freedom of "1'rcc City" Danzig, which was created by Versailles treaty to give Poland a seaport on tlie Baltic, sives concern to statesmen watching Hitler's empire-making sweep eastward. Here is y. view of Danzis harbor. With a dominantly German population, Danzii ~ " cast is East Prussia; to its west the Palish corridor. could breed trouble. To its Frances Sincock Is i Named Director of 4th District BPW NEW HAMPTON--Miss Frances Sincock was named director and Miss Laura .Renier was elected secretary-treasurer of the fourth district Business and Professional Women's club at their district meeting held in ihe Miller hotel ! Ridgeway Youth One here Sunday. Both officers are from Dubuque. Sixty members! _ from Waterloo, Mason City, D u - 1 r C~L 1 C" J i buque, Decorah, Independence and Ol OCHOOl UraQUat New Hampton were present. Miss i Helen G. Irwin of Des Moines, | RIDGEWAY--Loran Rue, son state president, was on the pro-1 of Ml ._ and M r s _ o a RLK;I u . as graduated from the Wisconsin Business University with ; of 75, the commencement exercises being held on Sunday after- ITALIANS GALL MORE RESERVES Fascist Declares Precautions Logical in View of Cnsis ROME, I/PI--Italians reported Tuesday that the government had called to the colors for training and instruction further- reservists of the 1901 army class of whom 60,000 were called up in January Official confirmation of this report was lacking but one responsible fascist said it was only natural that Italy should be tali- ing precautions in view of developments in France and Britain. He said, however, that Italy was doing much less than last September when 300,000 reservists were failed to the colors. The relationship between the reported call for troops and the present European situation was not at once fully apparent. To gain another viewpoint of Germany's expansion the Italian envoy to Berlin had been summoned home to report. The envoy, Bernardo D. Attolico, left Berlin Monday night. The crisis arising from Germany's advances into Czecho-Slovakia, involving the disappearance of that republic, was generally believed up for detailed discussion by Premier Mussolini Tuesday night before the fascist grand council. It was possible, too. that Mussolini would give first otficia voice to Italian claims agains France. gram. Return to Thornton THORNTON -- Mr. and Mrs. Herman Zieman returned home Friday from a winter's nUiy in Hot Springs. Three lowans Take Part m Meeting of ""lass | Professional Writers noon at the school auditorium at La Crosse. \Vis. THE JOB THE GREATER THE NEED FOR A WASHINGTON, (VPi -- Three lowans took part in a recent meeting of the professional writers' club here. Mrs. Nell Smith, formerly of Newton, Iowa, who writes a newspaper column, presided. Among the speakers were Representative Karl M. LeCompte of Corydon, Iowa, and Mrs. Florence Kcrr, formerly o£ Grinnell, Iowa head of the women's division of the Works Progress administration. ·t Town Election Will Be Held March 29 at Polls in Manly MANLY--Monday', March '11, lie Manly town election will be icld. Only one ticket filed con- .ained names of present office :iolders with exception of Lloyd H. Strand for councilman. Councilman C. M. Sorenson is not filing "or re-election. H. H. Schulte, mayor of the past 12 years, heads the ticket with Joe Hovell, Harm Oilman, William Mitchell, Dr. G. S. Westly up for re-election as councilmen. John Hurd and John Kruger. are both running for assessor. John Hurd is acting assessor now. Perry Webb is named on the ticket for treasurer. Letter Sent From Nicaragua Reaches Iowa in Three Days HANLONTOWN--Miss Mabel i Elthon, a missionary at Manaqua, i Nicaragua, Central America, sent a ' business letter by air mail to M. T. Rye, local banker, on March 12. The letter reached Mr. Rye a t ! fl o'clock a. m. March 15, less than ' tour days later. In her letter she states her work is going forward in a most encouraging way. Miss Elthon is the eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Elthon of Fertile and has spent many years on the Central American mission tields. Another daughter of the Elthons is a missionary in China. Range of six wheelbases and 3 engine sizes--60, 85 and 95 h. p. ...42 bodylypes...Big hydraulic brakes ,,. Full iorque-lube drive ... ^-floating rear axle in commercial cars (lull-floating in trucks)...Heavy-duty semi-centrifugal cluich . . . Comfortable cabs... Large payload space -Ford low operating costs . . . Ford low upkeep costs, with factory exchange parts plan. '"T'EN BILLION MILES of hauling, under -*- ail sorts of conditions, prove that with a Ford V-8 Truck you can expect an all- round better hauling job--at all-round lower hauling costs'. The V-8 engine; as Ford builds it, delivers the kind of modern performance that today's loads and roads and schedules call for --and delivers it economically, efficiently, dependably. It's a good engine on the job. An engine built to stay on the job, out of the repair shop! And the rest of the Ford truck is just as well built as its engine is. The rugged Ford truck chassis is quality built and time-tested in every part. It is made tough to tackle tough jobs and whip them. The big, easy-acting new hydraulic brakes have been rigidly Ford- tested for safety and dependability. In variety, the present Ford line provides the just-right unit for more jobs than ever before. It ranges through 3 V-8 engine sizes, 6 wheelbases, 42 body and chassis types. Is'o matter -what your trucking problem, chances are the best answer to it is -a Ford V-8! Dubuque Minister in Pulpit at Lakota i LAKOTA--The Rev. O. H.; i Frerking of Dubuque filled t h e j j pulpit at the Presbyterian church I ! on Sunday morning. i ! On Wednesday. March 29, the I Presbyteria will meet at the ^ church here and Virgil Smith, \ V i l - j bur llasscbrock and Norman Frer: kinji will be ordained i n t o the j ministry. ; : On April 4 the Ladies aid will ?erve an Enstcr supper. This will '· · lie followed by a Congregational j ! meeting. j ALGONAX IS 81 , .-VLGONA -- A family dinner | was given in honor of Ben Winkie who celebrated his eighty-fourth birthday Sunday. He has lived in the county since 1876. He ran a I dray here in the early days and 1 owned and operated the town's first street sprinkler. He and his wife farmed in Union township for ]5 veavf. SEE TOUR FORD DEALER TODAY FORD V'8 TRUCKS AND COMMERCIAL CARS IS MADE MEMBER i NEW YORK, )--MUs Mary i : C. Duffy. Catholic Daughters of America supreme regent, has ac- I cepted an honorary life member- t ship in the Midwest Antiquarian I association, a division of the Col| umbia museum at Loras {formerly Columbia) college, Dubuque. Iowa. A writer .'-ays nobody ol^c ha* I h r long-suffering patience of the German M:icnti*l. He should \\atch 1 clerk? and such who deal with the | general public.--Kcivancc Star- i Courier. PAIR OF ROLL-AWAY TUBS FREE HERE'S WHY YOU SAVE! At Wards you pay for none of the many "selling extras" that others must include in the price tags'. Wards buy for 605 stores . . . buy in large qauntities! Direct distribution . . . Factory-to-Ward-to-you . . . eliminates "middle-man" profits! Wards pass this savings on to you ! Here's what you get... · Full Family Size with Deluxe Features! · Lovell Wringer with Selective Pressure! · Large Splashproof Porcelain Finished Tub! The minute you see this big, beautiful all white washer, you'll realize what a great value it is! 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