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April 26, 1934

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

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,_.R1L 26 M 1934 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE SEVEN ,, _ _ AV1JJ i«U __ 0.^^-* _ _ _ _ _ -- ' '--·"-·"· -350 ATTEND DISTRICT I. O. O. F. SESSION AT NORTHWOOD COLFLESH GIVES ORDER'S HISTORY Nine Counties Represented at Program Observing Anniversary. NORTHWOOD, April 26.--Three hundred and fifty Odd Fellows and Rebekahs from nine counties in this district gathered here Wednesday evening to hear Robert W. Colflesh of Des Moines at a program observ- · ing the 115th anniversary of the : founding; of the I. O. O. F. order in · the United States. The exact anm- '..versary is today. Mr. Colflesh, who is a candidate . for the republican nomination for governor, confined his remarks to matters of fraternal interest to these organizations and included a brief history of the growth of tr» order. Having spent seven years at the Iowa L O. 0. F. Orphans' home at Mason City, he paid a sincere tribute to the order and those in charge of the home, stating he owed a debt of-gratitude to them which he never could repay. Giving facts relative to the order, he stated its membership in America exceeds two million with 800,000 members in the auxiliary. Mr. Colflesh also stated that the order maintains 64 homes such as -."the one in Mason City in the United States, operated at an annual cost of ?1,750,000 and caring for more than 6,000 persons. Preceding his address, a concert was given by the Northwood school band with numbers by other musical groups from the high school. Degree work for the I. O. O. F. was exemplified by the Sheffield staff and the Rebekah work by the Nora Springs group. Dancing at the · Northwood music hall followed . Afternoon sessions were held in the I O. O. F. and Masonic temples. TWO SUCCUMB IN EMMETSBURG Minor Facial Blemish Causes Death of Mary Margaret Mulroney, 17. EMMETSBURG, April 26.--Two Emmetsburg young persons diec late Wednesday night. Funera rites will probably be held Saturday Mary Margaret Mulroney, 17 -high, school senior, died from an m- ^.-fection which started from a minor facial blemish. The daughter of Mrs Hugh Mulroney, she was widely known, and social functions at th school had been called off during her illness. She is the niece of Mrs John McNamara, leader in count) welfare work, and of Robert Mul roney, clothing store merchant and Eugene Mulroney, local shoe stor man. Bernard Carroll, 21, son of Dennis Carroll, farmer five miles northwest of Emmetsburg, died following an attack of pneumonia. Kossuth Rural Letter Carriers Hold County Gathering at Luverne LUVERNE, April 26.--Luverne rural letter carriers were hosts to tin rural letter carriers of Kossuth county at the Ray Stone home Tuesday evening. Afte a short business session, bridge and 500 was enjoyed. Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Berg won high score at bridge and Mr. and Mrs. L. Heifner at 500. The next meeting of the association will be held at the R. E. Berg home at Swea City May 15. H E R E A N D T H E R E » * » » « · » * · » . * · * * * Miscellaneous Items From 125 Globe-Gazette Correspondents in North Iowa and Minnesota Arrives From Oregon. HANSELL--Mrs. W. H. Caldwell f Salem, Ore., was called here by he illness of her mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Van Wert. Father Hurt in Full. CLARKSVILLE -- Mrs. Charles tfvrick was called to Waterloo by he critical condition of her father, Nathan Pauley, 93, who fell from he back door of his home. Visit in Missouri. DOUGHERTY--Francis Madden, accompanied by a sister of Elma, pent a few days at Maryville, Mo., with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. ilaurice Madden. Many Attend Convention. ALEXANDER--The following at- .'nded the Sunday school conven- ion at Gait Sunday afternoon. Miss Florence Miller, Miss Beatrice Smith, Llewllyn Dunn, Richard Dunn, John Dunn, Franz Aldmger and the Rev. Mr. Walker, who also took part in the program. His topic was "Why Must We Take Jesus in Earnest." Is Taking Treatment. OTRANTO -- Mills Baker is at Savaunah, Mo., taking treatment at .he sanitarium. Class Has Luncheon. BELMOND--Mrs. W. R- Ramsay opened her home Wednesday afternoon to the members of the girl s Sunday school class of the Methodist church, and of which she is the teacher, in their annual spring luncheon in which they honored members of the class who will be giad- uated. Attend Tlephone Convention. GOODELL -- Mrs. Vida Conlan went to Slayton, Minn., with the manager of the Central West Public Service company and other em- ployes from Belmond. Alexander Sheffield. Meservey, Thornton and Latimer to attend a telephone convention. . Will Go To AVaShington. OTRANTO--Miss Beatrice 'Blakestad left Monday evening for Chicago for a few days' visit before leaving for Tacoma, Wash., to resume her hospital duties. Visiting In Mascatinc. GOODELL--The Rev. and .Mrs. Harvey Herlein are visiting at the home of his mother, Henry Herlein at Muscatine. Visiting at Waterloo. OTRANTO--S. J- Sine is spending the week with relatives at Waterloo. Leave for Buffalo. GRAFTON -- Frank Gattschalk and four daughters left for Buffalo, N. Dak., Wednesday where they will visit another daughter of Mr. Gottschalk. Couple Given Charivari. GOODELL -- A group of boys gave a charivari for Mr. and Mrs 0. Johnson. Mrs. Johnson was Miss JIary Louise Edwards of Mason City prior to her marriage to Mr Johnson Saturday. She will continue her work as grade teacher in the school here until the end of the term. Mr. Johnson is manager of the Champlin Refining Sugar service station here. 100 Per Cent in Membership. ST. ANSGAR--The Rural Letter Carriers of Mitchell county held a monthly meeting at the H. W. Rowland home. The carriers and auxiliary members are 100 per cent in membership. Moves to Orchard. FLOYD--Mrs. Clayton Tribbs went to Osage Wednesday to help her son move to Orchard where he is to operate a cafe. Daughter Is Visitor. PLYMOUTH--Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wilford have as their guest their oldest daughter, Doris, of Minnesota. ON REVIEW BOARD one A- single room with bath at TheAstoi--at as low as $3 today--gives--leading Hotel service; finest New York location; smarter hotel prestige; larger, airier rooms; luxurious furnishings; the leading hotel value. H A T E S With balh or shaver One FcrMm ^3 up Two Persons '·4 up Twin Beds *5 up Two 1'ersons: Two rooms, one balh *J up Three Persons: Two rooms, one bath *6 »I» Four Persons: Two rooms, one bath * 4 up Suites: Parlor, bedroom balh . *9 "P ASTOR Only great Hotel entering right on TIMES SQUARE-- the heart of NEW YORK Daughter Is Born. DOUGHERTY--Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Kelly are parents of a daughter born at their home west of town. Visit With Brother. DOUGHERTY -- Mrs. A n n a Murphy, Webster City and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Murphy of Williams, visited their brother, Will Logan, v-'ho is improving from his illness of the past few weeks. Return to Fort Dodge. BRISTOW--Mr. and Mrs. Jack Perkins and son, who have been visiting at the home of Mrs. Perkins 1 parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edward C. Graham have gone to Fort Dodge. Chicago Visitor Honored. CLARKSVILLE--Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Kirk entertained a company of 14 at dinner Sundaj' in honor of bis aunt, Mrs. E. A. Schulze of Chicago. Baptized in lltver. AREDALE--Sunday afternoon eight persons were baptized at the West Fork, three miles west of here by Oliver Smith of Waterloo. R. C Stewart of Detroit, Mich., and W. Warke of Chicago addressed the 600 who attended. --I. D. P. A. Photo. Louis E. Koddewig, Davenport attorney, is a. member of the state bourd of assessment and review, which devoted much study recently to formulating rulings of the retail sales tax. Sir. Roudcwig, a democrat, was formerly mayor of Davenport. WORTH WOMAN'S CLUBS GATHER Several From Mason City in Program Presented in Manly School. MANLY, April 26.--The Manly Study club entertained the Worth county Federated clubs Tuesday afternoon in the Manly school gym. Clubs represented were the New Century, Delphinian, Interstate and Semper Fidelis of Northwood, and the Tuesday Study club of Manly. The morning program opened with three numbers by the Manly school band, followed by a girls' vocal trio composed of Gwendolyn Murphy, Elsie Bartlett and Grace Rumbley. Reports were given by the club presidents. A committee report was presented by Mrs. J. A. Senneff of Mason City on "Education of Youth Out of School:" The morning program was concluded with a talk by Dr. S. S. Westly on Russia. The meeting was adjourned for luncheon, served by the American Legion auxiliary in the home economics rooms. The afternoon session opened with vocal numbers by the Northwood high school girls' sextet. Eleanor Irvin gave two selections on her piano accordion. Mrs. Haeger of Waukon, fourth district director, reported on the year's work, and Mrs. H. S. Bryant of Mason City reported on the scholarship and loan fund. George Pitman of Northwood. accompanied by Miss Urban at the piano, gave two vocal selections. A report was read by Mrs. C. H. Irvin, written by Mrs. Myra Nailor of Clear Lake, on "Education of the Deaf and Blind." Mrs. Joyde Vermond, accompanied by Rosemary Hess, played a cello solo. A report on motion pictures was given by Mrs. Nichols of Osage, followed by a report on education by Mrs. J. L. Pauley of Mason City. Mrs. W. H. Hathoru of Mason City, state auditor of the Iowa Federated clubs, and Mrs. Clarence Knutson, Clear Lake, chairman of public affairs, spoke on the activities of the clubs. Mrs. R. E. Romey of Mason City read the play. "Ah. Wilderness," by Eugene O'Neil, which concluded the afternoon program. Mrs. Lawrence Thompto of Northwood, county chairman, presided at the meeting. Mrs. C. H. Irvin of Manly was appointed secretary. Program for Mothers of Waldorf Students May 12 FOREST CITY, April 26.--Mothers of Waldorf college students will be entertained Saturday, May 12. at the annual Mother's day tea. Miss Helen Lindebak, Radcliffe, Marvin Anderson, Blue Earth, and Miss Hyla Bcroeu, Story City, will serve as committee on arrangements. YOUR IOWA An Interesting Fuel IJnlly About tlio State Vou Are 1'rouil to Call Your Own! If all of Iowa's annual production of grain, beef and pork were placed in box cars, the string of cars would be long enough to extend three times around around the state with enough left over to reach from Council Bluffs to Chicago. MEYER, BELMOND PASTOR, IS DEAD Minister at St. John's Is Survived by Wife and Five Children. BELMOND, April 20.--The Rev. Arrm'ne Paul Meyer, 6l. pastor of St. John's Lutheran church, died at his home here early Thursday morning. He had occupied the pulpit here since last August when he came to fill the vacancy caused by the leaving of the Rev. Mr. Langholz. Mr. Meyer, who came here from Stockton. 111., leaves his wife and five children. He had been a semi-invalid for the past three years. TWO HELD FOR THEFT OF CAR Arrested in South Dakota for Taking Automobile at Britt. GARNER, April 26.--Sheriff E. P. Hanson said Wednesday night that two men are being held at Parker, S. Dak., for the theft of a Rockne coupe stolen from August Schnath at Britt Friday night. The car was taken from his garage in the west part oC Britt. A car stolen from a stockbuyer at Northwood was located Wednesday ono mile north of Ventura. Charles Tompkins who operates a filllinj station at Ventura lost his car to thieves Tuesday night. It was located later in the day at Nortli- wood, A number of automobiles have been stolen in Hancock county the past two weeks. All have been located however. Sheriff Hanson warned persons who leave cars in garages at their homes to remove the switch key. Weirof Named Auditor. HUMBOLDT, April 26. (.1-1--W. K Weirof, Gilmore City, has been appointed auditor of Humboldt county to succeed J. C. McFarland who resigned. Keturns to Cedar Falls. WHITTEMORE--Mr. and Mrs. Steve Cole and son, Jerry, of Cedar Falls visited a few days with Mrs. Cole's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Cullen. Mr. Cole returned home but Mrs. Cole and Jerry remained for a longer visit. '.Teacher Honored on Birthday. LEDYARD--Freshmen gave their English teacher, Miss Marjorie Stranahan, a basket of fruit in , honor of her birthday. | Leave for Rochester. | WHITTEMORE--Mr. and Mrs. [ Joe Cullen and Patricia Ann of Minok, 111., visited Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Cullen a few days. Mr. Cullen left for Rochester and Mrs. Cullen and baby remained here. Serves on Federal Jury. MARBLE ROCK--Philip Baltimore left for Dubuque to serve on the federal jury. In Charge of Service, NORA SPRINGS -- The young people of the Evangelical church took charge of the services last Sunday evening and gave a fine program. Winners Are "Entertained. CLARION--The four members Of an evening bridge club, who held low scores in a recently completed round, entertained the four high members at a dinner Tuesday night. Following the dinner, which was served in an original fashion, the guests played bridge. Miss Helen Jones held "high score for the evening. The hostesses were the Misses Juanita McCulloch, Genevieve Lesher, Mildred Allen and Hazel Ballou. Those entertained were the Misses Helen Jones, Lura Nelson, Evelyn Whitten and Gladys Cook. Eagle Grove Bride Guest. CLARION--Miss Margaret Taylor entertained the Tuesday Bridge club at her home, this week. Mrs. Wynn McCoy. Eagle Grove bride, was a guest. High prize at bridge was won by Miss Wilma Wakefield; second went to Miss Ruth Roosevelt. Visits With Daughter. L O N E R O C K--Mrs. Margaret Davison of Mason City arrived Tuesday for a visit at the home of her daughter and family, the L. R. Rodericks. ] Guests at Banquet. j OSAGB--Mrs. J. H. Hagar. district chairman of Women's clubs, was a guest from Waukon at the Shakespearean dub banquet Tuesday evening. Other out of town guests were Mrs. John Rehmann, an honorary member of the club, and her three daughters, all of Des Moines. Pastor Is Honored. NORA SPRINGS--The congregation of the Evangelical church gathered in the basement of the church Tuesday evening in honor of the Rev. J. M. Krafft. it being his birthday. A program was given and a meal served. A beautiful birthday j cake with TO stars on was pro-! , sentcd to Mr. Krafft. I I 30 Women Entertained. FLOYD--Thirty women were en- 1 tsrtaincd at the home of Mrs. Will Wulff Wednesday afternoon at the regular meeting of the Dorcas society. The social" hour and lunch followed the business meeting. Mrs. Hendrickson, Kansas, was an out of town guest. Enter Rochester Hospital. LUVERNE--Dr. A. L. Spooner. local physician, went to Rochester for medical treatment. He was accompanied by his son. A. Lloyd Spooner, Fort Dodge. Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Lowmiller drove to Rochester where Mrs. Lowmiiler entered the Mayo hospital for a major operation. Rrotlirr Seriously 111. R U D D--MIS.J Lena Nicholas, teacher in Rudd consolidated school, left for her home in Mclntire immediately after school Wednesday because of the serious illness of her brother. She mny go to Minneapolis , but her plans were not definite, dc| pending on his condition. 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