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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 7

Mason City, Iowa
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Tuesday, March 21, 1939
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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE TUESDAY, MARCH 21, 1939 SERIES OF POSTURE TRAINING SCHOOLS PLANNED NEW HAMPTON, CLARION LISTED Sites for District Sessions for Next 2 Weeks Announced AMES--When Miss Ella Gardner, Iowa 4-H girls' posture teacher, arrives from Washington, D. C., Tuesday she'll bring with her a young circus. ' Miss Gardner, who will conduct nine district posture training schools in Iowa the next two weeks, will use puppets and cari- cF.ture figures to show how personality faults affect the v.'ay girls walk, stand and sit. She'll have in her menagerie Bossy Bungler, Fraidy Cat, Worry Wart and other caricatures. Emphasis in this third a n n u a l series o£ posture schoils will be mental aspects, and the approach is being made through appeal to a 4-H girl's good looks and social ·^race, according to Mrs. Edith Barker of the 4-H girls' club department. Firs* '* the school?, sponsored ty the ; iowa State college extension service, is being held Tuesday at Atlantic. The complete schedule is: March 21, Atlantic March 22, Iiidianola: March 23 Mount Pleasant; March 24, Tipton March 25, Marshalltown; Marcl 28. New Hampton; March 29 Clarion: March 30,- Primghar March 31. Denison. The posture program was introduced in Iowa three years sgo because ; 4-H girls' health examination scorecards showed prevalence of posture defects. Physicians conducting the 1938 examination observed marked improvemenl Mrs Barker said. Frank Miles Is Speaker at Burt Thursday Night On Banquet Program as Businessmen of Town Fete Farmers H U R T -- Frank Miles, Des Moines, editor of the lows' Legion- aire, will be the chief speaker at a banquet Thursday evening given by the Burt businessmen for farmers of north Union and Plum creek townships. The banquet will be served by the American Legion Auxiliary in the high school gymnasium. The high school band will play. This is the last of a series o£ three banquets for farmers of this vicinity, which the businessmen have given this winter. FRANK MILES Plymouth Couple Is Honored by Friends on 18th Anniversary PLYMOUTH -- Several friends of Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Scarrou- surprised them by dropping in unexpectedly Saturday evening to help them celebrate their eight e e n t h - wedding anniversary. Games were played and luncheon served. Goldfield Couple Is Honored by Friends GOLDFIELD -- Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. Johnson entertained a group of 30 friends at theii- home on Saturday evening in honor of Mr. arid Mrs. Clifford Olson. Seven tables of bridge were in play during the evening with Mrs. John Zimmerman and R. G. Nolle playing high scores. ! , A pot luck lunch was enjoyed by the group at the close of play. 'Americanism: Organizing societies to save America from foreign foes; wishing somebody else woiild clean up the dangerous messes here at home.--Fountain |_ Inn Tribune. ;.__ ..^ ti ^ E. J. Falvey Will Conduct Meeting at Bricelyn March 24 BRICELYN, Minn.--E. J. Falvey, legal advisor from the University Extension department, will discuss legal matters at a meeting to be held at the town hall of Bricelyn on March 24. Mr. Flavey will explain such legal forms as notes, deeds and wills. The meeting will start at 1:30 and continue till 4 o'clock with time for group discussion, and individual questions. ATTEND WEDDING LED YARD--Mr. and Mrs. El vin Carpenter attended the wedding of Mrs. Carpenter's brother Robert Swartzell, at Minneapolis Minn.. Saturday. Mrs. Max Nit and daughter accompanied then to Minneapolis where they visitec .at the home.of Mrs. Kit?.' sister CORWITH MAN'S SERVICES HELD Conduct Rites for Carl Schroeder, 81, Native of Germany C O R W I T H--Funeral services 'or Carl Schroeder, 81, were held Saturday at the First Baptist church, the Rev. Albert Rust officiating. Burial was in the Corwith cemetery. Pallbearers were J. J. Bonnstetter, W. F. Thompson, "harles Jurgenscn, James Sloan, lohn Sloan and Jacob Krauss. A quartet composed of Mr. and Mrs J. A. Zweifel, Lloyd Stroup anc Mrs. Harvey Punke sang. Mr. Schroeder was born in Tes- seu, Gel-many, Feb. 7, 1858 and was married to Sophia Jensen in November 1886. To this unior were born five clu'ldren, three o whom preceded their father ir death. The family came to America in 1894 and settled near Ne vada, III., later coming to this com munity. Surviving are his wife, a daugh ten Mrs. Anna Gernentz ot Edin berg, Tex., a son. Frank, at home and five grandchildren. ON YOUR FOOD BILL Troubles Come in Pairs for Taylor Family at Nashua NASHUA--Trouble did not com singly to Mr. and Mrs. Herma Taylor last week, for on Thurs day his sister. Miss Abbie Taylo died at Center Point, and he mother, Mrs. Marie Bahlman, die here. Both funerals were · hel Sunday afternoon. Mr. Taylor at | tended his sister's at Center Poin and Mrs. Taylor her mother's hel here. fKW'WIGCLY Mid-Week Values For Wed. and Thurs. IVe Par I Phone I *Q Orders Delivered FREE! CASH FOR EGGS I 1591 | «· Under S3.00 We charge 5c ALL POPULAR BRANDS WHITE Bread.. 2 £15 Omar Flour, 49-lb. Bag. Cool Spring Green Beans Cool Spring Tomato Juice, No. 2 Can Cool Spring % Tomatoes. . J Cans LEAN, MEATY Pork Steak " 15 Milk C a n s Brown Sugar. 3IB, 19c Corn Flakes Kraft Miracle Whip, Qt.. U. 5. NO. 1 EARLY O H I O Potatoes.. a 25 Hi lex. Gallon 49c P. and G. Soap Giant Bars Sani-Flush, Regular Can Kirk's H. W. j 1 *·_ Castile 4 8°" * f V HILLS BROS. Coffee. 25c 49 Pound 2-Pound Can C WATCH FOR OUR AD THURSDAY N1TE Anderson Re-Elected as Head of Schools ELMORE, Minn.--E. H. Ander son was re-elected superintenden o£ the Elmore public schools at meeting oC the board of educa tion. JOICE WOMAN TO BE BURIED Mrs. Olaf Haugo, 87, Was Oldest Resident in City; Plan Rites JOICE--Funeral services will e held Saturday at 1:30 at the ome and at 2 o'clock at the Beth- ny church for Mrs. Olaf Haugo. 87, who died Sunday morning following an attack of p n e u m o n i a Saturday. The R e v. L. P. Scheie will officiate. Burial will take place at the Concordia cemetery. Mrs. Haugo was the oldest r e s i d e n t o f Joice at the t i m e of he'r death. She has Dr. Friley Will Give Three Talks on School's Birthday Plan Observances of Institution's 81st Birthday This Week Mr,. Olaf Haujo ] ived in this ommunity 56 years. She was born in Telemarkin, Norway, April 14, 1852 . Mrs. Haugo is survived by her daughter, Mrs. Signi Osseng who las cared for her the past year, nd her seven sons, Ole and Saave ·£ Joice; L. Ole, of Crosby, N. 3ak.; Andrew of Scoby, Mont.; Cdwsrd o£ Annetta. N. Dak.: Gilbert of Haugland, Mont., 15 grand- ! - ! _ ! _ . _ 1 , 1 . ** _ AMES--Dr. Charles E. Friley, president of Iowa State college, will assist in the celebration of the institution's eighty-first birthday his home, invit- during the coming week by delivering three addresses. Alumni will listen to Dr. Friley in Des Moines March 22, at Fort Dodge March 23, and at Denver March 24. Dr. Friley's talk at Des Moines will be a part of the program of the meeting of the Polk county alumni at the Savery hotel. More than 70 meetings in Iowa and various parts of the United States have been scheduled in observance of the institution's birth- Swan Monson Is 82 at Wesley; Honored at Birthday Party WESLEY--Swan Monson celebrated his eighty-second birthday a n n i v e r sary * Saturday a n d in his honor his son, Oscar, and w i f e , w i t h whom he makes DR. CHARLES FRILEY hildren and children. Funeral Services of Amund Hovden, 60, at Ridgeway RIDGEWAY--Funeral servic for Amund Hovden, 60, a lifelong resident of Lincoln township, who died Saturday, will be held at the Jim Yeager. Iowa State foot- all coach, will speak at Grundy Center March 17; VVinterset March 20; Clear Lake March 22 and St. Paul March '25. C. A. Iverson, lead o£ dairy industry, will speak at Dubuque March 22. Q. C. Ayres, agricultural engineering, will represent the college at Davenport March 22, and George F. Veenker, director of athletics, will speak to alumni o£ Woodbury countv March 31. three great grand- 'onduct Last Rites of Bert Day ton, 71, at Fredericksburg F R E DERICKSBURG--Funeral services for Bert Dayton, 71, were leld here Monday afternoon in the Baptist church with the pastor, the Rev. U. E. Burroughs, officiating. Mr. Dayton died at his home here Saturday after an illness. He is survived by one son, John Dayton, Santa Monica, Cal.. and four daughters, Mrs. Velma Burns, Waterloo, Miss Mildred Dayton and Mrs. Opal Schmidt of Milwaukee, Wis.. and Miss Pearl Dayton, Fredericksburg. Burial was in Hose Hill cemetery. . Madison Lutheran church Wed- it Rev. M. B. Quill will officiate nesday afternoon at 2 o'clock. The and interment will be in the cemetery adjoining the church. He is survived by three sons, Otto, Reuben and Claire and one daughter, Mrs. Herbert Kratz of Lincoln township and the following brothers and sisters: Mrs T Ole Magnus o£ Ridgeway, Mrs. Hegler of Flandreau, S. Dak., Steen of Ridgeway, Olavus of Lincoln township, Gilbert of Lincoln township, Mrs. Lew Rue of Lincoln township and Teddy of Thief River Falls, Minn. a group o£ friends to help him e e l ebrate the occasion. B e s i d e s a lunch, several birthday cakes w e r e enjoyed, and Mr. Monson !· e c e ived numerous gifts. M r . M o n s o n slipped in his coal shed a few weeks ago, suffering injuries, but he is now again able to be up and about and is much improved. Lloyes Eaton Rites Held in Chester's Methodist Church CHESTER -- The funeral of Lloyes Eaton, 23, was held in the M. E. church Sunday afternoon, the Rev. Mr. Fletcher officiating. The quartet from Lime Springs M. E. church sang and its organist, Mrs. Bert Thomas played. Burial was in Lime Springs. He leaves his widow and a 2 year old son, his parents, three sisters and one brother. Plymouth Man Hurt in Mishap at Event for Fathers, Sons PLYMOUTH--R..L. Dixson suf fered a badly injured eye at th Father and Son banquet Friday evening when lie was struck in the eye by a stick attached to a toy balloon in the hands of a small boy. It was necessary to consult an eye specialist but no serious injury is likely to result. F,S.FRISBIE'S FUNERAL HELD Pioneer Blacksmith of Corwith Buried in Goldfield Cemeteiy CORWITH -- Funeral services or F. S. Frisbie, 84, were held Saturday atternoon at the First Baptist church. The Rev. Paul Williams of Humboldt, former Jastor here, officiated, assisted by the Rev. Von Elbert. Burial was n the Goldfield cemetery. Pallbearers were his grandsons, Donald, Raymond and Harold ?risbie of Fairmont. Minn., Robert Lepper and Harry Frisbie o£ Corwith and a great-grandson, Durwood Stroud, of Renwick. Surviving are his wife, four sons and three daughters, Bert of Corwith, Mrs. Tillie Rasmussen of Renwick, Mrs. Nelle Unger of Britt, George of Ringstead, Harlow of Fairmont, Minn., Ben of Britt and Mrs. Bertha Cox of Burt. One son, Frank, preceded his father in death. There are also 32 grandchildren and 40 great grandchildren and two sisters, Mrs. Bertha Miles ot Newton and. Mrs. Mary Preston of Auburndale, Fla., and one brother, F. L. Frisbie, of Tampa, Fla. Poland Is Subject of Study of P. LO. FOREST CITY--Miss Gretchen Hoadley was hostess to P. E. O. Monday evening at her apartment. Mrs. R. R. Jacobs gave the program on Poland in the year's study o£ European countries. MOVE TO COGGEN GREENE--The Rev. and Mrs. F. H. Munneke will move to Coggen April 1, where the Rev. Mr. Munneke has accepted the invitation to serve the Presbyterian church. He has been pastor at Greene the past seven years. 666 SALVE reHeres COLDS p r i c e 10c 25c Ward Hamilton of Mason City Speaks at Chapin Banquet CHAPIN--The Philathea Sunday school class of the Chapin Methodist church is sponsoring a community father and son banquet in the church dining parlors Wednesday at 6:30. Ward R. Hamilton of Mason City will be the speaker and Supt. Duane Stewart will lead in the singing. There will also be other entertainment numbers. March, April, May are 3 of the 6 Top Coat months, TOP COATS March, April, Jlay are 3 of the fi Top Coat months. PLANS W. F. M. S. DINNER PLYMOUTH -- The Women's Foreign Missionary Society will serve dinner Thursday evening at 6:45 at the M. E. church parlors celebrating its seventieth anniversary. HERE and THERE Miscellaneous Items From 125 Globe-Gazette Correspondents in North Iowa and Southern Minnesota Guests at Goldfield GOLDFIELD--Mrs. Forest Bennett and children of Sigourney were guests at the parental John S. Whyte home the past week. Yisit at Denver. Colo. HANLONTOWN--Mr. and Mrs. Eli S. Colby left for Denver, Colo., where they will visit friends. Mrs. -T. F. Colby of Lake Mills is staying at the Colby home during the absence of Mr. and Mrs. Eli Colby. Home for Vacation ALGONA -- Among students home from Ames during spring vacation, are Meridith Richardson, Ida Hplpin. Ha Leffert, Mary Gilmore and Andrew Monlux. Betty Gunn, who is attending the Ohio State university, will spend this week with her mother here. Is From Fort Dodge LELAND--Mrs. Lenora Duea of Fort Dodge visited several days this \veeic with her friend. Mrs. Irving Ambroson, and with her sister. Mrs. Kathryn Thune, east of to'.vn. Visit at Ceylon, Minn. GOLDFIELD -- Mr. and Mr?. Don Stephens and R. W. Griffith spent Sunday at the Will Kelling home at Ceylon, Minn. Airs. Griffith, who had been a guest at the Kclling home, returned here with them. Visit at Loup City, Nebr. LOUP CITY, Nebr.--Mr. and Mrs. R e u b e n Burmeister and daughter, Dianna, of Hampton, Mr. and Mrs. Len Kreimeyer and Mrs. Charles D. Burkle of Geneva are spending a week with the Rev. and Mrs. Carl D. Burkle ot Loup City. At Caffe Tourney GOLDFIELD -- Coach George Friday, Roy B. Martin, Don Martin, Alfred Kelson, Wayne Nelson, Merle Harvey, Doug Nelson, Don Nelson, Mr. and Mrs. James L. Darland and Mr. and Mrs. Braden Stpakes were among those from this vicinity who attended the j state basketball tournament at | DCS Moines. I Visitor at Slate University CHESTER--R. J. Boe returned Friday evening from Io\va City. i accompanied by his son, John, I student at State university, who 1 spent the weekend at home. Visits at Kensett KENSETT--Miss Beverly Knutson of Cedar Falls arrived Friday to spend the weekend with relatives and friends. Attend Tournament DOUGHERTY --Raymond Hogan and Richard Geary attended the basketball tournament in Des Moines on Friday and Saturday. Return From Iowa City POPEJOY --Mrs. Ollie Slagle returned home Thursday from Iowa City where she had been at the hospital for observation and treatment. Births at Alfona ALGONA -- County Attorney and Mrs. L. A. Winkel are the parents of a daughter born Thursday morning. Saturday morning a nine pound son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Ed Carney at the Kossuth hospital. At Parental Home LELAND--Mr. and Airs. L. M. Peterson and son, Leroy, motored to Langdon Saturday and visited until Sunday at the home of Mrs. Peterson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Carter. Attend Graduation RAKE--Mr. and Mrs. Ramon Nelson, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Erdal, Mrs. Bertha Nelson and Bernie went to Ames Saturday to attend the graduation of Lila Nelson at the Iowa State college. Lila and Alice Nelson, daughters of Mrs. Bertha Nelson, returned home with them. Attend Conference GOLDFIELD--Charles Troyer, president of the First National Loan association, is attending a conference at Omaha, Nebr., as a guest of the Federal Land bank. Home on Furlough NASHUA--Robert Norman, high school graduate, who has been with the U. S. navy since June. 1937, has arrived on a two weeks' furlough for a visit with his parents. Mr. and Mrj. M. B. Norman. He has been stationed at Brcmer- j ton. Wash., t h e past two months : on the V. S. S. Nevada, and prior · to that at San Pedro. Cal. On Business Trip LELAND -- P h i l Peterson and Otto Nolle motored to Pocahontas Friday on business. | and by Hart Schaffner Marx and Alpacuna at $35 PAY NOTHING UNTIL APRIL 10 PAY A T H I R D A P R I L PAY A T H I R D MAY No Down Payment No Interest No Carrying Charge Use this new Liberalized Charge Account Service to buy that Spring" Top_Coat--or anything else you need. This service is open to everyone . in North Iowa and Southern Minnesota who is regularly employed, has a steady income and satisfactory; credit references. GET YOURS NOW During a year there are more Top Coat days than overcoat da vs. Is there a Top CoaE "gap" in your wardrobe? It's easy to fill now. On Federal -- Opposite the Park

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