The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on April 26, 1934 · Page 28
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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 28

Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, April 26, 1934
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TWENTY-EIGHT MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE APRIL 26 1934 NASHUA HOUSE BADLY DAMAGED Occupants Forced to Fie in Nightclothes When Fire Spreads. NASHUA, April 26.--Several res idents, including one who bad jus returned from the hospital, wer forced to flee in their night clothe when fire late Wednesday nigh badly damaged the farm 'house o Ward B. Smith, four miles east o Nashua. The house was also ten anted by Mr: and: Mrs. Verno Laird and family. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Bonzer, em ployes,; and 1 Mary Rodamaker, .hire girl were also in the house. Mrs Smith, who had returned after beto in the hospital four weeks, and. he infant son were carried to the horn of a neighbor. . Some bed clothing was also saved. The fire started in the pantry from unknown origin. 1,100 Students Will Qualify for Finals of Academic Competition IOWA CITY, April 26.--From a field of - about 55,000 competitors will emerge - about" -1;100 of' the smartest boys and girls when the results · of; the every -pupil contes' of May 8'are.'compiled."" The every .-pupil, affair,., in. which students of 200 Iowa high schools will participate,- is -the- first -even of the University of Iowa's academ i s meet. · ' · · · ' - . - · Qualifiers, at least two from each school, will appear at the^university June 4 'and 5 for the state indiv'idua scholarship' contest:. No ihdividua honors '-are awarded' 'in the' May 8 contest; it is strictly a competition between schools Gertrude Overby Soloist With Waldorf Orchestra FOREST CTr-y,- April 26--Gertrude Boe Overby, soloist of the'St. Olaf choir, will be .the guest 'artist at the third annual concert of the Waldorf college Little Symphony orchestra, Sunday afternoon at ? o'clock, at the Forest theater. Mrs. Overby is an assistant in the voice department at St. Olaf college. She will be accompanied by Miss Edith Quist of Waldorf college. Prof. Soren Lura. is director of the 30 piece orchestra. Robert Holmau, 15 Oak Drive, Mason City, will play the percussion instruments. Raced in Jail. OSAGE, April 26.--Paul Chrenclk was committed to jail for 10 days Wednesday on a charge of intoxication. STOP USE OF PRISON INMATES AS MULES I Cresco Stockbuyer to Be Buried on Friday CRESCO, April 20.--Leslie M. Barnes, nearly 61. Cresco stoclcbuy- er who suffered a stroke a week ago, died at his home in Cresco Tuesday evening'. He la survived by his widow, four sons and a daughter, the Rev. Father Leslie V. Barnes of Lincoln, Nebr.; Dr. Reginald Barnes of Greenwood, Wis.; Paul Barnes of Fremont, Nebr., and a younger son and daughter at home. He also leaves two brothers and a sister, Mrs. John McDermott of Cresco. Funeral services will be held at the Assumption church Friday morning-, with burial at Calvary cemetery. Associate pastor,, the Rev. F. Leo O'Connell, will officiate. These pictures show men doing the work'of mules on the Tucker prison farm In Arkansas. When the matter was called to the attention of Gov. J. M. Futrell, he issued an order that the practice be stopped immediately. (Central Press 1'hoto). Decorah Veteran Will Be Buried on Saturday DECORAH. April 26.--The body of Claude ; Helgeson, 44," son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Helgeson of Decor- al, who died at a government hospi- al in Portland, Ore., arrived in Deorah today, accompanied by his fa- :her, who had'been with him. the jast -five weeks. Funeral services vill be.held Saturday afternoon a( he United Lutheran church with he Kev.'O. G.'Glesne'officiating. Mr. Helgeson was a World war eteran. His wife and three children urvive. . . . flinisters Hold Sessions at Church" in Alta Vista ALTA VISTA, April 26.--About ) ministers of the Northeast Iowa onference gathered here Tuesday morning at the Zion Lutheran hurch for their two day spring re- reat. The conference covers the orthern two tiers of counties from itonka to Castalia and West nion. The Rev. A. F. Kasten occu- ed the. chair. A committee composed of Mrs. Mist 'Poulsen, Mrs. Harry Fichtel, !rs. Archie Homeyer and Mrs. O. . Steihnhas prepared the meals in the- church parlors. The conference ided Wednesday night. Group at Miller Sows Sick Neighbor's Oats MILLER, April 26.--V. P. qas- person assembled a number oi neighbors Tuesday and they went to the farm of Mrs. Charles Maben with teams and machines and put in about 40 acres of oats for her. Kr. Maben has been gone nearly all winter. The last report from him stated he was confined in a hospital at Aberdeen, S. Dak., with pneumonia. Gain in Circulation Is Shown by Garner Library GARNER, April 26.--The circulation of the local public library-last year was 21,309, a gain of 900. The average daily circulation was 73. The largest daily circulation was 208. J. N. Sprole, Alva Pollock, Mrs. H. V. Reed, Mrs. Wilbur Carr, J. *. Mounce, Mrs Thomas McMahon, tfrs. Frank Zeiger and Mrs. B. L. Prouty are on the board of trustees. -lenrietta Pals Elected Belmond Club President BELMOND, April 26.--The' Progress club met at the home of Mrs. 3. W. Luick Tuesday Afternoon. Of- ficers elected were: President, Miss Henrietta Pals; vice president, Mrs. Ben Hogensoc; recording secretary, Mrs. A. H. Anderson, and corresponding secretary, Mrs.' Marian Oberhauser. Mrs. R. E. Coursan was appointed chairman of the calendar committee. The club voted to join the »;*unty federation of Women's clubs. £lma Cafe Sold. ELMA, April 26.--Jack Braden, owner of the West Side cafe here, sold his interests to Ed Haberman of Elma. Mr. and Mrs. Braden and family expect to move to Story City soon. Mr. Haberman took possession of tt*2 cafe and will operate under t'" 1 same policies as Mr. Braden has during the past three years. 100 Apply for Aid in Worth County Gardens NORTHWOOD, April 26.--Emergency relief administration officials in Worth county received application from 1(W who desire assistance of that organization in planting and maintaining: garden plots as re- r-iired of all such persons under the plan as now in operation. O£ this number 39 are in Northwood, 50 in Manly and 11 in Kensett. A plot of one and one-half acres has been planted to potatoes on the Ed Anderson farm in the sdge of Northwood as a part of the program. A district supervisor from the Des Moicns office, Miss McGregor, was in Northwood Tuesday assisting the members of the local office force in installing their record systems and outlining the budget for the Worth county work. Cemetery Men to Meet. AMES, April 26.--Iowa cemetery officials in annual convention at Iowa State college June 13 to 15 will include a short course in the care of lawns, trees and shrubs in their program, according to word received here yesterday from George E. Lane of Waverly, president of the group. Face Red and Inflamed at $ All Times. Healed by Cuticura. "My sfcin trouble began about a year ago and my face became so bad and I was so embarrassed that I dreaded to appear in public. The pimples were large, red and very hard, and they festered and scaled over. 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