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March 21, 1939

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 12

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I: \ ' ' t DIES AT HOME AFTER ILLNESS Mrs. Mikkelson, 81, to Be Interred at Thompson Wednesday THOMPSON--Mrs. Julia Mik kelson, 81, died at her home in Ihompson Sunday afternoon afte · a lingering illness. Mrs. Mikkelson was born ii Rorway and came to this country in 1884. Surviving are a daughter, Mrs A TMa Pearce o£ Thompson, a Brother who now resides in Norway, and two sisters, Mrs. Ole Olson of Thompson and Mrs. J. K Flatrude and three grandchildren Mrs. Mikkelson has lived in this community for 53 years. Her husband died in 1925. Funeral services will be held at the Bethany Lutheran ehurcl Wednesday afternoon at 1:30 with the Rev. J. J. Skarpness officiating. Buna! will be beside her husband in the Rose Hill ceme- Honor Members of Class Are Named ELMORE,. Minn.--Supt. E. R Anderson announced the honor winners for the Elmore high school senior class. Miss Ardis Vaughn is valedictorian and Ronald Ristau is salutatorian. HOLD WAFFLE SUPPER DUMCNT-The Sorosis of the United Brethren church, cleared about $12.50 at the waffle supper served Friday evening at the Legion halL Correct Constipation Before-Not After! An ounce of prevention is worth a poundofemergencyreljef.WhyZei yourself suffer those dull lifeless days because of constipation, why tring on the need, far emergency medicines, when there may be a far better way? Tfcat way Is to KEEP regular by getting at the cause of the trouble. If it's common constipation, due to lack of "bulk" in the diet, a pleasant, nutritious, ready-to-eat cereal-Kellogg's All-Bran-goes straight to the cause by supplying the "balk" you need. Eat this crunchy toasted cereal every day-with milk or cream, or bated into muffins-drink plenty of water, and see if you don't forget all about constipation. Mafle by Kellogg's in.Battle Creek. Sold by every grocer. Investiture Held for Girl Scouts of Elmore at Church ELMORE, Minn. -- On Sundaj evening the Elmore Girl Scouts held an investiture service in the Methodist church at 8 o"clock The Brownie Pack, the Tenderfoot group and Troop No. 1, marchec to the reserved section and Miss Dorothy Peterson, Scout captain took charge of the service. The main feature of the service was the awarding of a Golden Eaglet pin to Miss Ardis Vaughn by the chairman of the local Gir Scout committee, Mrs. C. M. Maland. At the conclusion of the service refreshments were served to parents and other church parlors. guests in the Pre-Contest Music Concert Is Given it Kensett School KENSETT--The vocal and instrumental music departments of :he high school presented' their soloists, small groups and a 44 piece high school band in a concert at the high school auditorium Sunday afternoon. A program was presented under the direction of Ralph Moritz and Ralph Geer. All those appearing on the program will represent' Kensett at he sub district contest held at Clear Lake March 31 and April 1. )umont Couple Wed 25 Years Honored DUMONT--About 23 relatives d friends gathered Saturday vening at the Ray Boots home as a surprise courtesy on their twen- y-fifth wedding anniversary. The vening was spent visiting and efreshments were served. They eceived several gifts including a et of silver teaspoons. Out of own guests were Miss Margaret Tarty and Miss Esther Menning, Hampton. 'lymouth Methodist ,adies" Aid to Meet PLYMOUTH--The Methodist adies' aid meets Wednesday alter- oon at the church parlors with Irs. Ed Trettin and Mrs. Leon mail hostesses. IN SPELLING CONTEST ARED ALE--Karl Dean Zimmer will represent the Areualc chool at the spelling contest to be eld at Allison Saturday. Visitor From Chicago ST1LSON--Miss Gladys Anderon from Chicago, ill., is visiting er aunt, Airs. Ed Mehl. MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE ' Charles City Globe-Gazette OFPirp PHDWF m^ OFFICE PHONE 1052 Office at 603 Riverside Drive News Correspondent, Phone 318 Don K. Sandell, Manager Residence Phone, 937-J Marie Skjeveland Heads Club · ' ·' - ' . «L_ ' PICK OFFICERS FOR NEW YEAR Book Review Given by Mrs. Blake for Saint Charles Club CHARLES CITY--Officers were elected at the annual business meeting of the Saint Charles Women's club Monday evening at the home of Miss Myrtle Raymond. Those chosen were Marie Skjeveland, president, M a r y Montgomery, vice president, Mabel Riddle secretary, Charlotte Magdsick, cot-responding secretary and Myrtle Raymond, treasurer. The club voted to send $2 to the general foundation fund and also discussed topics for study next year. The program for the evening was a book review, "Early American Christianity" by Bacon given ay Mrs. George A. Blake. The lostess assisted by Mrs. Grace Hines served refreshments. ade Bound to Jury on Charge of Driving Car While Intoxicated CHARLES CITY--C 1 i 11 o r d 2uade, of near Oakwood, was ound to the April term of the grand jury, at a hearing in the court of Justice John McGreeney, Monday night, the charge being driving a motor vehicle while in- oxicated. Bond was set at $500, vhich he furnished. REMODELS BUILDING CHARLES CITY--Dr. J. H. McLeod has remodeled the stone Building located at the corner of Clark and Jackson streets which vas damaged by fire and the firm :£ Hosper and Reazak re-estab- ished its auto repair business, Jpening Saturday. An entire new roof was added and many interior epairs. RETURN FROM CRUISE CHARLES CITY--Mr. and Mrs.' W. E. Dodge have returned from month's sojourn in the south vhich included a 21 day cruise of he Caribbean sea. They visited he Panama Canal, Caracas, Trinidad, Kingston and Havana. Mr. Dodge will tell about his travels at the meeting of the county federation April 14. Anderson Elected School Board Head; Bonds Are Approved CHARLES CITY--Ralph Anderson was elected president o£ the school board Monday evening at the organization meeting. Two new members, Jack Henry and Bill Herbrechtsmeyer, took their places and the retiring members were Will K. Prudden, president contractors who will work on McKinley school's remodeling program. PL AN SERVICES FOR NICKERSON Painter Succumbs in Hospital,; Is Victim/ of Heart Disease CHARLES CITY -- F u n e r a l services for Earl Wiekerson, 54 will be held Wednesday afternoon in the Lindaman funeral home. He died Monday in the Cedar Valley hospital following a heart attack. Mr. Nickerson who had lived here 50 years was a painter by trade. He is survived by his wife, Etta and two sons, George and Clifton 507 South Iowa street. Services at the same hour will be held at the Hauser funeral home for Walter Henry Myers 38 who.died at the home of Alonzo Sigler in Floyd township Sunday. His sudden death was caused by heart disease. He is survived- by one brother, Fred Meyers, 311 Seventh avenue. The Rev. Walter M. Fritschel will officiate and burial will be in Riverside cemetery. Services Wednesday for John Tynan, Sr. CHARLES CITY--Funeral services will be held at 9 o'clock Wed. _ .. . - nesday morning for John Tynan he Caribbean sea. They visited Sr., who died Monday at Cedar he Panama Canal, Caracas, Trini- Valley hospital following an ill--,, --r following an illness. He made his home with a daughter, Mrs. Mary Beckwith The body is at the Lindaman funeral home. i Take Home A Loaf o f . . . BREAD AT ITS BEST! POTATO B R E A D It's Distinctly Different IDEAL FOR SANDWICHES F O R T A B L ' E U S E BIG DOUBLE LOAF 10 WHILE SHOPPING AT YOUR F O O D S T O R E ASK FOR BETSY ROSS-IT'S BETTER BREAD FRESH DAILY AT ALL FOOD STORES IN NORTHWEST IOWA FLO YD GROUPS MEET APRIL 14 Mrs. 0. L. Hansen, Nora Springs, has Charge of Program CHARLES CITY--The federated clubs of Floyd county will meet in Charles City, Friday \pril 14, in the First Methodist .·hureh and the Charles City Women's club and the Saint Charles Women's club will be the hoste=s :lubs. Mrs. O. L. Hansen, Nora Springs, county chairman, is arranging the program for the meeting and reports will be given by the seven federated clubs of Floyd county. This will be the annual meeting and include election of officers. Charles City Briefs CHARLES CITY--John' Sals- lury and James Deems, students at Iowa State college, are spending :heii- vacations at the home of heir parents, Dr. and Mrs. J. E. Salsbury and Harley Deems. The Floyd County Fish and jame club purchased a number of :oons to try out coon dogs later n the spring. Tracy Andrews of St. Louis, Mo., has accepted a position as masseur at the Health Service Darlor operated by Mrs. Mina Mc- Creevey. Edward Dugan has taken a position with the Carnation company it Wavei-ly to gain experience in She dairy course at Iowa State :ollege where he is-a student. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Schuetz of Vlount Pleasant were called here by the illness of Mrs. Schuetz' mother, Mrs. J. M. Egeruahl. L. B. Snyder of the Sherman Nursery club went to Waverly to :alk to the Garden club on prun- ng Monday afternoon. Patricia Fox is chairman of the program for the Junior Auxiliary which will meet Wednesday af- lernoon in the Legion rooms. Mrs. Lucie Toepfer, county jverseer of the poor and Miss Marye Murray, old age investiga- or attended the conference on social welfare at Dubuque last week. A marriage license was issued to August Krumm of Kensett and Arm Theurer of Rudd Mr. and Mrs. O. Mannetter of Adel are the parents of a son born Saturday in the Des Moines hos- Jital. The mother is the former Walinda Niemann, daughter of Will Niemann. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wagner are he parents of a daughter born in the Cedar Valley hospital. Mrs. Frank Lampman enter- ained the Needlecraft Circle Wonday afternoon at a desert uncheon. The Women's Relief Corps honored Mrs. Harriet Huckins Mon- 3a3' afternoon at a party in honor of her eighty-sixth birrthday The members gathered at her home 305 Joslin street, at 2 o'clock and icld a picnic supper. Mrs. Huck- ngs was presented flowers and gifts. She \vas born in Floyd county and lived here all her life with the exception of 10 years spent in South Dakota. Mrs. Huckins is a charter member of the rorps and has filled all the offices. She is the widow of L. D. Huckins who died in December at the age of 97. He was a Civil war veteran. Mrs. Carl Magdsick returned :rom Grinnell where she visited ler son, Carl, and daughter, Mary ^ouise, who attend Grinnell college. They went to Des Moines to attend the play, '-'Amphitryon 38" jlayed by Alfred Lunt and Lynn Fontaine. Miss Helen Sinudt and Cleola Bernard spent the weekend in Minneapolis with Miss Staudt's sister. Anna Staudt. Judge T. A. Bcardmore went to Mason City Monday to hold court. Charles Ellis and Norman Hansen who attend Shattuck military academy at Faribault, Minn., are spending their vacation at home. GIVEV PROMOTION CHARLES CITY--John Tift, son of Mrs. Katherine Tift, formerly of this city and now living in LaCrosse, Wis., who enlisted in the u. S. navy a year and a half ago, has received a promotion. He has been stationed in the U. S. navy hospital in San Diego, CaU and now has charge of the enlisted men in the hospital and takes charge of the appointments for the doctors. He is a graduate of the local- high school and has been in California a year. GRAF, FORMER SHERIFF, DIES Special Officer for Railroad Was Head of Winneshiek Vigilantes CALMAR--Funeral services for Michael C. Graf, 60, who died suddenly of heart disease at his home in Davenport early Friday morning, were held Tuesday morning at the St. Aloysius Catholic church, the Rev. Joseph Volmacke officiating. Besides his wife and daughter, Mrs. Florence Klein, he is survived by two grandchildren, Lois Jean and Marilyn June Klein; three brothers, Joseph, .of Austin, Minn.; Peter .and his twin brother] Matt, of Calmar, and by two sisters.,' Mrs. B. C. Bernatz of Minneapolis, and Mrs. Ralph Bloomfield, Austin, Minn.. Mr. Graf moved to Davenport about a year ago. He was at the time of his death occupied as special officer for the C. M. and St. P. railroad and had 40 years' train and yard service. He also served as chief of Winneshiek county vigilante organization and had served .as sheriff of Winneshiek county for three terms between 1930 and 193B. He was a member of the Woodman of the World lodge. Pallbearers were Anthony Huber, Frank Man-on, Fred O'Boy, Sylvester Handley, Dennis Horane and James Burns. Burial was made in the Catholic cemetery. Annual Coffee Day Is Held at Dumont DUMONT--About 500 visited the Farmers Elevator company Saturday for the annual coffee day. The four Katter Kids from Garner entertained with musical numbers for the Sargent company, Des Moines. J. R. Britcher is manager for the elevator. 1VTLL BUILD PLANE BRISTOW--Clayton Folkerts left Monday morning for Kansas City where he will build a speed airplane. Buffalo Center Girl at Iowa University Is Honored by Board BUFFALO CENTER--Mr. and Mrs. John Daum received word that their daughter, Mildred, who attends school at the University o£ Iowa has received a scholarship award of §25 from the Mortal- Board, an nssociation of university women at Iowa City, for having the highest grades among the women of the sophomore class at the university. Annual Father and Son Banquet to Be at Osage Wednesday OSAGE -- The annual Father and Son banquet will be held Wednesday evening, in the basement of the Methodist church. The program follows: Invocation, the Rev. John D. Kern; music by male quartet, Roy Witt, Robert Flack, Jack Conklin and Ross Russell; greetings to the lads, Clinton Hill; group singing; greetings to the lads, Ernest Moran. Address by Dr. Samuel Garvin of Dubuque university. WILL BE 88 FENTON--Mr. and Mrs. Fred Brown entertained Sunday in honor of Mrs. Brown's father, Anton Nelson of Ringsted, who will celebrate his eighty-eighth birthday anniversary, Wednesday. RETURN YOUTH TO MINNEAPOLIS Admits Taking Bike and Planning to . Ride to California HAMPTON--Richavd Willianis, 16, of Minneapolis, was returned home Saturday by his parents after being held here by authorities on a charge of stealing a bicycle. Williams was picked up Thursday on highway 65 between here and Mason City by Jay Gould, owner of the Gould Shows, who found him suffering from exposure. Williams admitted to authorities that he had stolen a bicycle at Minneapolis and was planning to ride to California. STACY STARS MEET STACYVILLE--Stacy Stars 4-H club was held at the home of Mary Theresa Niess on Saturday. Electric Motor Repairing By Experienced Meo NEW AND USED MOTORS BOUGHT AND SOLO ZACK BROS. ELECTRIC CO. 306 2pd S. W. Bfaone 97? 14 BIG REASONS WHY PEOPLE ARE BUYING PLYMOUTH THERE'S NOT ANOTHER LOW-PRICED CAR THAT OFFERS SO MUCH FOR SO LITTLE! A The 1939 Plymouth has ^^ glamorous new sty ling. Of leading low-priced cars, Ply mouth is biggest --5 inches longer than one;6 inches longer than the other! The only low-priced car with coil springs standard on all models. Time-proven Hydraulic Brakes--safest type. Every Plymouth model has the same big, 82- h. p. "L-head"engine. It combines power with great economy. The only low-priced car with a new "Safety Sig- Speedometer. O New Streamlined Safety Headlights. Quiet, "radio studio" sound-proofing. nal /TV The only low-priced car ^* with Floating Power engine mountings. /TV The only low-priced car ^ with a completely rust- proofed Safety-Steel body. (ft True-Steady Steering... ^ easier handling. Only low-priced car with safety styling. m Highest Resale Value w of "All Three." PLYMOUTHl$ SEDAN ILLUSTRATED BELOW 685 DELIVERED IN DETROIT--including all federal bxes. State,local taxes.if any,and transportation not included.* irs CURED SMARTESTOFTHE *.\LOW PRICED CARS "PRICE INCLUDES fro"rTt and rear j · i - j- ' bumper guards, .pare wheel, tire and tube, foot control f o r headhght beam w,th indicator on da.h, ash-tray front and rear, sun vi.or, lafety glass and big trunk .pace (19.3 cubic feet). Price, include all federal laxts. Tran.portation andslau, local ta*«, if any, not included STREET SALE HELD KENSETT--A large crowd attended the street sale held here Saturday aiternoon. ·MO WONDER THOUSANDS are changing to Plymouth ! A ^ It's so big--so beautiful--yet look howlowit'spricedl Did you know Plymouth is the biggest (and roomiest) of !'AHThrec"low-pricedcars?What'smore,youcnjoyflash- ing, full-powered performance...exceptional economy.. . and an unbelievably smooth, soft new ride! Try it! PLYMOUTH DIVISION OF CHRYSLER CORPORATION. Detroit, Mich. TUNEIN MAJOR BOWES'ORlCtNAl AMATEUR HOUR. COLUMBIA NETWORK,THURSDftYS. 9 TO 1O P. M, E. S.T. DON'T FAIL to See and Drive this Great Plymouth _ it's the Year's Best Buy! PLYMOUTH BUILDS GREAT CARS

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