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Mason City, Iowa
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Tuesday, April 21, 1936
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E1GHT MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, APRIL 21 M 1»36 15 JUDGES NAMED FOR IOWA HIGH SCHOOL MUSIC FESTIVAL 70 CONTESTS TO BE IN IOWA CITY Three Experts to Hear Each ' Event April 30, May 1 and 2. lOV.'A CITY--Rating of contestants in the eleventh annual state high school music festival at the University of Iowa next week will be done by 15 expert judges from eight states. The judges, whose appointment was announced for the affair of April 30, May 1 and 2, include a dozen music educators, a radio program director, choral conductor and concert cellist. Four of them have served in at least one other Iowa festival. It will be the task of the judges to decide the rating of individuals and groups in 70 contests. Three judges will hear each contest. These are the appointees: Oscar W. Anderson, Lane Technical high school of Chicago; Hugo Anhalt, head of the music department of State Teachers college, Milwaukee; Harold Bachman, director of University of -Chicago bands; Harold W. Baltz, head of music department at Cornell college; Noble Cain, National Broadcasting company program director, Chicago; Philip G. Clapp, music department head at University of Iowa. Stanley Deacon of the Kansas City, Mo., conservatory of music; N. DeRubertis of the Kansas City Orchestral training school; Raymond P. Dvorak, director of University of Wisconsin bands; George C. Krieger, West high school, Minneapolis, Minn.; George L. Pierce, professor of piano at Grinnell; Gerald R. Prescott, director of University of Minnesota bands; John R. Roshorough, "conductor of Lincoln, Nebr., Cathedral choir; Cornelius van VHet, concert cellist of New York city; and Ralph W. Wright, director of music in Indianapolis, Ind., public schools., Mrs. Chrystal, Wife of State Senator, Dies DES MOINES, UK--Mrs. Dorothy Garst Chrystal, 40, of Coon Rapids, wife of State Senator I. G. Chrystal, died in a hospital here of heart disease. Her husband, three children and two brothers survive. :-:HERE AND THERE:-: 'Miscellaneous Items From 125 Globe-Gazette Correspondents in North Iowa and Minnesota Births Are Reported. WESLEY--Mr. and Mrs. Vic Loebig are the parents of a boy born Sunday morning. Other babies born recently to esley couples are a daughter for Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Ricke, and a son to Mr. and Mrs. Louis Licktieg. Visit in Chicago. PLYMOUTH -- Ruth Nolan is spending several weeks visiting in Chicago. . Keturns From Iowa City. MANLY--Mrs. Anna Howe . . turned Saturday from Iowa university hospital at Iowa City when she had been confined for the pas six weeks. Keturns From Des Moines. HAYFIELD--Miss Fae Hawley returned Monday from a short visi with friends in Des Moines. Are Parents of Son. BURT -- Mil. and Mrs. Geral Meier are parents of a son born April 18. Daughters Are Born. LEDYARD--Mr. and Mrs. D. B Mayer are parents of a 9% pound girl born to them at their homr Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Jen son are the parents of a girl born Friday. Visitor From Memphis. LUVERNE--Milo Gardner, Mem phis, Tenn.,'eldest son of Mr. am Mrs. B. Gardner, came Monday fo a short visit with his parents. H- now has a government position. Returns from Des Moines. DOWS--Mrs. Myrtle Denger re turned Monday from a visit in th homes of her son and daughtei Charles Denger and Mrs. R. L Gillam in Des Moines. Freeport School Closing. DECORAH--The annual Freepor school picnic will be held on th school grounds next Saturday. Thi is the final week of school for th 1 pupils under the supervision o Miss Bernice Feltis, but pupils o Sliss Mabel Hamre will have classes next week as well, before their sum mer vacation starts, to make up for a · week's loss of time when Miss Hamre was ill. Plan Farm Bureau Meeting. OTRANTO--What can our town ship and Mitchell county do to beau- USE PREMIUM QUALITY ISO VIS "D" * MOTOR OIL * PER QT. PLUS TAX Plus 2% Iowa Retail Sales Tax .5(5 a Federal Tax I {. a at. -- total 26 ji a quoit. ARE YOUR £eg$ HARD TO FIT? 9 No need to put up with wrinkled, twisted stockings these days! Just wear Belle- Sbarmeer, the stockings that are individually sized for your The Fool Size Has a Number . . . The LEG SIZE Has a NAME BfW . . . . . for uoall · for Modsta · Dochen Classic . ium* . for falls for plumps leg as well is your foot. They fit like your skin and do wonders by your ankles. NewSpring colors. $ | .15 Here exclusively. J^ and up, ' D M CI the pair " Delle-jharmeer S T O C K I N G S ed for the i n d i v i d u a l Learn More About These Famous BELLE- SHARMEER STOCKINGS from Miss Mclaughlin, factory representative, who will be here Wednesday and Thursday. Know Your State A Fact a Day About low ay 1 A colony of beavers is to be placed in Backbone state park, near the fish hatchery at Strawberry Point. The beavers will be trapped near Duluth, Minn., and brought to Iowa. tify our homes" is the subject to be presented by Mr. Closs at the meeting of the Otrauto township Farm Bureau at the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Pettit Thursday evening, May 7. Visitors From Marshalltown. SWALEDALE -- Mr. and Mrs. Bert Ferin and children of Marshalltown were Sunday visitors at the home of their relatives, Mr: and Mrs. Bob Ward Sunday. Many Are Entertained. WODEN--The following were entertained by Mr. and Mrs. John Bode Sunday: C. L. Cunningham of Ventura, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Guard and family of Ventura; Peck Hanson and family of Garner; Mr. and Mrs. John Crane and family, Mr. and Mrs. Andy Pbillip3 and family. Goes to Webster City. WODEN--Miss Eunice Baack accompanied by Harry Hutchinson and Henry Buns went to Webster City Sunday. Miss Ruby Baack will return home with them, after having been employed there for the past three weeks, doing general housework. Arrive From Canada. FERTILE--Mrs. Mina Smith and daughter, Darlene from Success, Sask., Canada, arrived in Fertile to make their home with Mrs. Smith's mother, Mrs. D. R. Welch. Mrs. Smith lived in Canada the past 20 years. Last winter Mr. Smith died. Go to Rochester, GLENVILLE, Minn.--Mrs. Alfred Holty, who has been in poor health for some time, went to Rochester Sunday for an examination. On Way to Oregon. OTRANTO--Mr. and Mrs. L. Perkins and son, Merle, of Ferndale, Minn., enroute to Oregon are spending a few days at the home of his Brother, Clifford Perkins. Returns From Minneapolis. NORA SPRINGS--Miss Ada Trevett who has been spending the winter in Minneapolis - with her sister, Mrs. .Lizzie Dailey, returned to her home here Saturday. Mrs. Daley and her two daughters, Ruth and Jessie, and the latter's husband, Mr. Olson, all of Minneapolis, brought her here and returned Sunday. H. D. A. Gives Talk. GLENVILLE, Minn.--The community club met at the hall Friday evening. Miss Egland of Albert Lea, Freeborn county demonstration agent, gave the first of three lessons in small fruits and berriss. Guest From Nortli Dakota. GRAFTON--C. R. Cole of Tioga, N. Dak., was a dinner guest at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Schultz, Monday. He was on his way back to Minneapolis, after having visited his aged father at Lamont since Friday. Guest From Red Wing. CARPENTER--Mrs. Emil Oleson of Red Wing, Minn., is visiting her mother, Mrs. Betsy' Gilbertson and sister, Mrs. Ed Dreher, at the lat- ter's'home. Leaves for Rochester. PROTIVIN--Mrs. Mary Snopek left for Rochester to undergo an operation. Partnership Is Dissolved. HAMPTON--Ralph Jones and Joe Simonsen dissolved their partnership in the Mid-Continent service station. Jones will have charge of the station and Simonsen will be in charge of the bulk station and tank wagon. District No. 1 Wins. RIDGEWAY -- A declamatory contest for rural schools of Lincoln township was held at the schoolhouse of District No. 1 Friday afternoon. Judges- were Ruth Hamre Marlys Melaas and Gertrude Hanneman. School district No. 1 was the winner, giving "Little Brother.' This school will compete with win ners of other townships at the county contest to be held' at Decorah Saturday. Miss Helen Magnus is the teacher of Dist. No. 1. Visitor From Randall. HANLONTOWN -- Supt. Nels Quam of Randall visited Saturday at the R. M. Hall home. Was in Rochester. JOICE--G. G. Brunsvold, aged lo cal farmer, spent the past week ' Rochester, where he has been receiving treatment. He has been ser iouusly ill for some time. Surprised on Birthday. SWALEDALE--Lloyd Ames was surprised Friday night by a numbei of his friends coming to spend thi evening on his birthday. Dancing was enjoyed. | Will Be Hostess. FERTILE--Mrs. Bud Oswald and Mrs. Larry Ritter will be the host esses at the ladies aid at the Lu I theran church Wednesday after noon. Visit in Minneapolis. CARPENTER--Mr. and Mrs. L N. Priem left Sunday for Minne apolis for a couple of days' stay They were accompanied by Mr. an Mrs. Hall Luaun and Mr. and Mrs William Groth of St. Ansgar. Honored nt Shower. RUDD--A miscellaneous showe was held at the Louis Blunt horn for Mr. and Mrs. Orvie Blunt. The received many gifts Are Parents ot Son. LUVERNE--Tne Rev. and Mrs. /. V. Schuldt are the parents of a on born'at the Algona hospital April 15. This is their first child, tfr. Schuldt is pastor of the local M. E. church. Will Meet Friday. POPEJOY--The April meeting of the Oak Hill society will be held at he home of Mrs. H. D. Decker Frilay 'afternoon. Visitors From Ormsby. HUTCHINS--Mr. and Mrs. Rusell Slagle of Armsby, Minn., were allers at the John Fank, Sr., home iunday afternoon. Are Parents of Son. LONEROCK--A 6% pound son, Dennis Carl, was born to Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Priebe Saturday. Mrs. 3 riebe's mother, Mrs. Martin Larion and daughters, Gladys and Ella if Decorah, drove here Saturday, returning Sunday, Mrs. Larson remaining. Visitor From Newton. STILSON--Miss Kathreen Terp- tra of Newton is spending a week with Mr. and Mrs. R. Terpstra. P. T. A. Holds Meeting. WHEELERWOOD--The P, T. A. meeting was held at the school- louse. The next meeting is to be on Hay 12 and Mrs. Hogbin and Florence Pforr are on the program committee. 100 Present at Shower. HUTCHINS--A group of relatives of Mr. and Mrs. John Ostercamp, "Jr., gave a miscellaneous shower for them at their home in he Mrs. Downing property in west 3ritt Saturday. Over 100 were in at- ;endance and gave the couple many iseful gifts for the new home. 3oy Scouts Advanced -at Charles City Court CHARLES CITY--Several Boy couts were advanced to upper ranks at the Court of Honor held in tie Y. M. C. A., and tie meeting- tas arranged by Seat Scout ship umber 366. Six scouts were ad- anced to second class rank includ- g Lloyd Anderson, Marvin Eger- ahl, Dewain Hildebrand, Fay iaurer, Archie Norelius and Veron Quisling. Twelve scouts were iven first rank' and four' received tar awards as follows: Tommy Ceefe, John Mitchell, Alfred Wolff and A. T. Ohme, Nora Springs. Lylan Henry was made a life rnem- er. The presentations were made y Russell McMains. Dr. A. L. filler, Carlisle Ellis and John ·litchell. NOT SO WILLING TO FORGET AGAIN Mrs. Griffin Asked to Forgive Sister Who Eloped With Husband. CRESTON, /P)--Once willing to forgive the sister who ran away' with her ex-preacher husband. Mrs. Perry E. Griffin was dubious Tuesday she could condone the act a second time. · Informed that her sister, Mrs. Madge Copeland, again asked her to "fergive and forget," Mrs. Griffia, mother of thre small children, said "I can't say anything about that until I have heard from her personally." Miss Copeland is held at Kansas City after her recapture last week with Perry Griffin. The two fled the home of her parents at Creston in March, later were captured and charged with robbery. At Harrisonville where they were held Madge delivered Griffin from his cell, but after wandering across fields and sleeping in hay stacks they were again arrested. After their first arrest Mrs. Griffin said she was willing to forgive the runaway pair if they would come home. Mrs. Shadbolt, 77, Emmetsburg, Is Dead EMMETSBURG--Funeral services for Mrs. H. C. Shadbolt, 77, prominent Emmetsburg woman whose death occurred here Monday afternoon, have been tentatively set for Wednesday, members of the family said. Mrs. Shadbolt. widow of a pioneer Emmetsburg lumberman, came to Emmetsburg as a bride in 1880. She is survived by one daughter, Mrs. Walter G. Middleton of Emmetsburg, and three grandchildren. CHARLES CITY NEWS Conservation and Iowa History Week Observed CHARLES CITY -- Conservation week and Iowa History week com- ng at the same time this year were oth featured at the Rotary club irogram Monday noon. Milton Dunap, past president of the Rotary Jub, reviewed the beginnings of the American continent, including Iowa. He had a 'Specially prepared map showing the different tribes of Indians and the territories they inhabited. Four Girl Scouts, Beth Lar. son, Jean Patten, Mary Malmsten and Barbara Henry gave short talks on conservation. The girls will repeat the program for some of the lome rooms in the junior high schoo as part of the conservation week program. Art students have made posters as part of the project. Leo Schula was chairman of the meet- ng and C. C. Smith presided at the business meeting. ilthel Spurbeck, Nashua, Is Wed to Charles Cityan CHARLES CITY--Miss Ethel M. purbeck, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Spurbeck of Nashua and Raymond W. Swant, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Swant of this city, were married Sunday afternoon at the Christian parsonage by the Rev. G. ^.. Hess. The attendants were Miss na Brandt and Glen Spurbeck of Nashua. The couple will live on lichings street. Mr. Swant is a ma- iinist employed by the Oliver lant. ' - ' ' Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Schildrqth /ho were married last Friday have one to Stronghurst, 111., on their /edding trip and later they will live n a farm near Reinbeck. Mrs. childroth was Miss Ruth Lacour nd the wedding took place at the | onie of her parents, Mr. and Mrs Charles Lacour of this city. Home Projects Leaders Will Gather Thursday CHARLES CITY -- Mrs. Jacobs district Farm Bureau committeewoman from Forest City, will mee' with home project leaders of the county for an all day meeting -to be held in the Y. M. C. A. in Charles City, Thursday. The meeting wil start at 10 a. m. The group will no be limited to township chairmen anc county officers this year as has been done in the past several years. Eac] township chairman has been asked to invite three of her local leaders Arrangements have been made fo; the group to have lunchon togethe: at the Garden cafe at the noon hour I. N. Snyder Funeral Held at Charles City CHARLES CITY--Funeral mas. for I. N. Snyder was said in th Catholic church with Monsignor W J. Convery officiating followed bj burial in Calvary cemetery. Donalc Snyder, a son, arrived Sunday nigh after an airplane flight from Lo Angeles, Cal. Another son, Carl lives in Mason City. Two Argue When Car Is Pulled Out; Arejaile CHARLES CITY--W. C. Shaffe and Charles Hoeft are in jail as result of an argument with Georg Dahmer in Oak park Sunday nigh Their car got stuck and Mr. Dahme pulled them out with a tractor. The got stuck a second time and askc Mr. Dahmer to pull them out agair but before he did so they argue about the price. It is alleged Shaffe , struck Mr. Dahmer and rulkd hi" | off the tractor. Work Progressing Rapidly ·Steel work Is practically completed on Iowa Falls' new hospital and brick work is progressing rapidly. The building is scheduled to be completed by Sept. 1. In the background of this picture, supplied through the courtesy of the Iowa Falls Citizen, is the Ellsworth hospital which the new building will replace. The Kye Construction company and the Henklo Construction company of Mason City have the general contract. BARN IS BURNED AT EAGLE GROVE Loss Put at $1,750; House in Town Also Damaged by Flames. EAGLE GROVE--The barn on the William Young place, three miles west of Eagle Grove, was destroyed by fire, started by lightning Sunday night. Owing to the direction of the wind, the house and other buildings were not endangered. There were seven cows in the barn, and two were killed in some way, but were not burned. The barn was about 36x70, and 18 feet high.-; Thc loss is estimated at about $1,750, partly covered by insurance. The same barn was partly wrecked in the wind storm of last fall. Fire in v the roof at the McCausland residence, 502 North Cadwell avenue Sunday afternon, caused damage of about $75, by fire, smoke and water; loss covered by insurance. A large hole was burned in . the roof. ' , DIRECTS VERDICT FOR H, J, NEHRING Judge Finds for Sheriff in Suit Brought on False Search Claim. WEST UNION--Judge H. E. Taylor directed a verdict for the defendant, Sheriff H. J. Nehring, in the $10,000 damage suit brought by Clarence Rommel of Waterloo, for false search. The ruling came after all testimony for both sides had been submitted. The trial occupied exactly one court day. Young Democrats Meet. CHARLES CITY--At the meeting of the Young Democratic club the following officers were elected: John Droz, president; Mrs. Wallace Smith, vice-president; Clyde Waid, secretary and Owen Burns, treasurer. The delegates selected to attend the state convention are: Franklin Dunn, Rose Schmidt, Mrs. Duward Lindaman, Clyde Waid and John Droz. The convention will be held May 28 in Davenport. Sister Dl at Austin. GENEVA--Charles Canfield left Sunday for Austin, Minn., because of the illness of his sister, Ella. 'Minute Men" to Hold Meeting on Wednesday CHARLES CITY---I. E. Trottnow of Dysart, representing the Iowa Tarm Bureau federation will meet with the minute men of the county n the courtroom at Charles City Wednesday evening at 8 p. m. The purpose of the meeting will be to iomplete organizing the minute men of the county and to discuss the purpose of the organization and the Juties of the minute men. Mr. Trottnow will present valuable information. This material will also be mimeographed and handed out to the minute men who attend at the close of the meeting for their use in discussing information with their neighbors. Mr. Trottnow has been spending considerable time in holding similar meetings in other counties over the state. WELL WORTH DRIVING 100 MILES TO ATTEND! Four Plays to Be Given by Class Friday Evening CHARLES CITY--Four one act plays will be given by the pupils of the advanced speaking class of the high school, Friday evening, April 24. Different types of plays will be represented as follows: "The Swamp Spirit," a fantasy; "The Take- Off," a comedy; "Trapped," a tragedy and "A Girl to Order," a farce. Robert J. Greef, a member of the high school faculty, wrote "The Take-Off" which will be presented for the first time.' Charles City Briefs CHARLES- CITY--The fire department was called to put out a grass fire between the Riverside greenhouse and Lion field Monday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Hume went to Oskaloosa Tuesday to spend a week. R. E. Strunk. Minneapolis, will have -charge of the Western Union office during Mr. Hume's absence. Miss Margaret Allen returned Monday evening from a visit at Eldora. Mrs. Ann Tait returned from a business and a pleasure trip to Mason City, Ames and Des Moines. Miss Caroline Smith of Chicago is visiting her mother, Mrs. W. H. Smith. Mrs. Walter Ebert and son, Eldon, went to Iowa City Monday where Eldon will receive medical treatment. Mrs. J. C. Whistler, Leroy, Minn., has been dismissed from the Cedar Valley hospital following a major operation. A marriage licence was issued to Marion L. Huffman. Ionia, and Dor^ othy E, Hass of Crcsco. TO BE HELD AT CLEAR LAKE GRAIN CO. Cleor Loke, lowo SATURDAY, APRIL 25 12 O'clock Noon ^MACHINERY NO MATTER WHAT KIND OF USED MACHINERY YOU'LL BE WANTING, WE'LL HAVE IT HERE! 35 Good Used 2 Row Cultivators. 20 Good Used Single Row Cultivators. 25 Good Used Gang Plows. 10 Good Used Discs, including 1 12-foot wide type almost new, and 1 2.\8 foot Tandem Disc that's just like new. Several good used Mowers, Hay Kakes, one Side De-livery Rake, just like new. Several Grain Binders. Practically any make and type of Used Tractors, and both 2 and 3 Bottom Hows, We will also sell some new machinery including manure spreader, mower, corn planter, etc. About 30 head of good work horses. 5 good brood Soivs. Some Cattle. Also 6 sets of Harness, one never having been used. WE ARE REALLY GOING TO SELL THIS EQUIPMENT FOR WHATEVER IT WILL BRING! Responsible parties who desire terms may make arrangements . at our office before sale. W 41 M m IP Hff" $;) I Coming to Mason City HOTEL CERRO GORDO Tuesday, April 28 FROM 8 A. M. to 5 P. M. £ And Monday Evening, April 27 8 P. M. to 9 P. M. RETURN EVERY 28 DAYS Dr. J. F. Shallenberger, M. D. The regular and reliable Chicago Specialist. 1 will make my regular visit on the above date and will be glad to see those afflicted with rectal or chronic trouble. Anyone ailing is welcome to come in for free examination. I treat diseases of the Stomach and Bowels; Liver and Gall Bladder troubles; Piles and other rectal diseases; Nervous diseases; diseases of the Heart; Skin diseases; Kidney, Bladder and Prostatic troubles; Catarrh; Catarrhal deafness; Asthma; Bronchitis; Rheumatism of the joints and muscles; Neuralgia; Sick headaches; High Blood Pressure; Goiter; Diabetes; Constipation; Varicose Veins and Leg Ulcers; Female disorders; Hydrocele; Epilepsy and other chronic diseases. Trusses and abdominal supporters fitted and rupture treated. Remember I have had 28 years of successful experience treating this class of diseases and have successfully treated thousands of patients ·--many of them avoiding operations through my treatment and advice. If you call and after an examination you desire treatment, the cost will be reasonable. I have facilities to give you high class, scientific service. If you are ailing and will come in on the above date, it will be a pleasure for me to examine you and advise you accordingly. Address letters to DR. J. F. SHALLENBERGER, M. D:, 768 Oakwood Blvd., Chicago, Illinois vtVt'V Vsfc'iSR; M - :V'«i mm'- M* y- r, REMEMBER THE PLACE Clear Lake Grain Co. AUCTIONEER: LOU MATERN REMEMBER THE DATE Saturday Noon, April 25 « £ ft ' r - £? f)

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