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Mason City, Iowa
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Friday, March 24, 1939
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FRIDAY, MARCH.24, 1939 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE __ ______ lUfvovjix \jiii. ULiUClLi-KjA^m LEj n CLARKSVILLE_HIT AND RUN DRIVER IS ARRESTED DEGORAH MAN DIES SUDDENLY Funeral Tentatively Arranged on Sunday in Burr Oak Church DECORAH--Lewis Halse, 68, ol West Decorah, dropped d e a d Thursday morning in the doorway of his home. He had just finished his breakfast when he suffered a heart attack. Tentative funeral arrangements are made for Sunday, with the Rev. A. J. Kindred officiating in the Burr Oak church. Burial will be made in the Burr Oak cemetery. Lewis Halse was born, in England and came to the United States with his parents when a baby. His widow and five children survive. The children are Marjorie, Dorothy. Clyde, Clifford and Roy. The following sisters and brothers also survive: William, Mrs. William Morton, Cresco: Mrs. Wesley Wicks, Mrs. William Cameron and Miss Mary Leonhart, all of Winneshiek county. Amund Hovden, 60, Ridgeway, Buried in Church Cemetery RID GEW AY--Fun era! s er vices for Amund Hovden, BO, who died Saturday were held Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the Madison Lutheran church. The pastor, the Rev. M. B. Quill officiated. Interment was made in the cemetery adjoining the church. Hymns were sung by the Madison church choir and by Russel Bakken. The pallbearers were Hovden, James Soukup, *»..»., Christen, Gotfred Qualley, Berger Guttormsqn and Orville Anderson. Among those attending the funeral were Sir. and Mrs. Andrew Hegle and Mrs. Connor ot Tlan- dreau, S. Dak. ' Olvin Henry Gifts From Royalty of Norway to Luther Reach United States DECORAH -- Ten boxes, containing articles from Norway for the Norwegian American museum in Decorah, have arrived in America, nd will be forwarded to Decorah ' soon.. These articles nre gilts to the museum from Prince Olaf of Nor: way, and will be formally .. f way, cuiu \viix utr .luiiiicui^ PAU- ·- sented. to the institution in the ^ 'C. K. Pretis""gyrnnasium : when ::g C. K. Preus gymnasium . when --~' '·rithe royal couple arrive in Decorah tllc ' 'on May 7. . Among the relics that will be sent to Decorah are shawls, tapes Kline Speaks to Buffalo Center Farm Bureau Group Residents of Three Vicinities Gather at Dinner, Program BUFFALO CENTER--Members of the Farm Bureau of Buffalo, Grant, Lincoln and Eden townships entertained the businessmen of Buffalo Center. Thompson and Rake at the Buffalo Center schoolhouse Wednesday eventng. A seven o'clock dinner was served to 415 guests by the Band Mothers club of Buffalo Center. Allan Kline of Vinton was the guest speaker of the evening. A brass quartet from Thompson and a male quartet from Buffalo Center furnished the music. Earl Ostrander acted as master of ceremonies. The "first robin" of spring often has passed the winter in the locality where it is reported. ALLAN KLINE HERE and THERE Miscellaneous Items From 125 Globe-Gazette Correspondents in North lowo ond Southern Minnesota Visits in Des Moines .RUDD-- Mrs. E. E. Stalker spent the weekend in Des Monies with Sirs. May tie Stalker and Lola and Doyne Stalker. Called by Illness FERTILE-- Miss Helen Davies. primary teacher, returned to her duties on Monday morning after being called to Minneapolis by the illness of her mother. At Home of Parents WODEN -- Emeralda Kruse, principal of Buffalo Center high school, is spending s week or spring vacation at the home of her parents, the Rev. and Mrs. Henry Kruse. Daughter Is Born THOMPSON-- Born to Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ostrander Saturday at the Irish hospital a girl weighing eight pounds. ,. Son Is Born CLARKSVILLE-- Born to Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Hesse Saturday March 18, a boy weighing 7 pounds. Goes to Missouri MANLY-- Mrs. Gus Rumbley and son. Ted Rumbley. drove to " . . "Unionville, Mo.. Tuesday called there by the illness of her mother. Mrs. Emil Wendt was called to Minot, N. Dak., by the serious itl- ness o£ !lel " mother and Mrs. Tom . om Cur rie was called to Kansas by is a niece of Mrs. Rygmyr. At Parental Home LONEROCK--Viola and Harlan Hutehinson, students at Iowa State college, Ames, are spending spring vacation- at "the' parental A. H. Hutehinson -home. Visitors at Decorah ,. .- ,, ., no ,,,,,, DECORAH--Capt. Luther Bur- trie.s."rodin'g""c!iah-s!'"old' «Tlvcr. "5'ting with relatives at Geneva £*"£· superintendent of the first wedding gowns, and some rare old 1 al - d Dows..called on friends here Ll_U camp in Decorah. and Mrs. Norwegian linens. Wednesday. , ° ..^r. mother. Visitor From Oregon POPEJOY--Mrs. Fred Reimers " " " Ore., who has been Visitors at Joice JOJCE--Mr. and Mrs. J. H. MARTIN ASK, 69, IS BURIED Frankville Township Farmer's Rites Held;' Burial Is in Decorah DECORAH -- Funeral services were held Friday afternoon for Martin Ask, 69. of Fvankville township, who died Tuesday at the home of his daughter, 'airs. Harry Haugen. The services were held in the Fjelstul funeral home and the Glcmvood Lutheran church, with the. Rev, Alfred Bredesen officiating. Burial was made in the Decorah Lutheran cemetery. His wife died two years ago. Three children survive, M r s. Harry Haugen, Decorah; Clarence and Orlando, of Winneshiek county. Two brothers and two sisters who survive are Albert ot Mason City, O. C. Ask, of Glenwood township; Olava Rye and Gena Ask, both of Mason City. Petersburg and son, Harland, of Elaine, Wis.. arrived Monday at the Bonnie Anderson home for ; short visit with many relative^ and friends in this community. Mr. and Mr.=. Petersburg are former business people of Joice. Return From Minnesota RAKE--Raymond and Sidney Jensvold returned Tuesday evening from a few days business trip to northern Minnesota. Go to Cedar Falls ROWAN--Miss Orplia Michaelson of Humboldt and Miss Billie Whitteii went to Cedar Falls to visit friends. Arc From Blairsburg RUDD--F. H. Burcham and daughter, Kathryn o£ Blairsburg. came Tuesday for a visit at the Homer Burcham home. Visit at Forest City FOREST CITY--Mrs. Rose Murray of Great Falls, Mont., and Mrs. A. P. MooU of St. Paul were visitors with the former's sister, Mrs. Bertha Rygmyr, and other Forest City relatives. Mrs. Mootz FORMER MASON CITYAN DEAD J. Matt Maitland, ' 13 Graduate, Dies in Veterans Hospital NASHUA--J. -M a i t Maitland. who formerly lived at Goodell, and was graduated from the Mason City high school in 1913, died at the Veteran's hospital in Minneapolis, Minn., Friday, March 17. The funeral was held in Minneapolis the following Monday, and the body was placed in a vault until spring, when it is expected that a National Legion cemetery will be established. The funeral was in charge of the American Legion post ot Minneapolis, of which he was a member. He was born at Goodell, April 12, 1896, and is survived by his wife, and nine children; his parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Maitland; one brother, Thomas L. Maitland, Nashua; three sisters, Mrs. Laura Crooks, Nashua; Emma Gehrt. Bradgate; Adah Peterson, Storm Lake. "TEN GIRLS AND A ROOM" READY FOR ROYALTY DECORAH--The prospect of a visit to Decorah of royalty next May brings out many amusing incidents. Ernie Bergmann, manager oE the Winneshiek Hotel, was asked to reserve one room and bath for ten girls from Waterloo, all to share the same room, on the day of the royal visit. Miss Sonja Henie, skating star ot Norway, has been invited to Decorah to be the guest of Wonder Cave on (he day tlieir Royal Highnesses inspect Decorah. POSTMASTERS HAVE ELECTION Kossuth Group Has Meeting in Lichty Residence, Luverne - SWEA CITY--The National League of District Postmasters of Kossuth county met at the home o£ Postmaster J. H. Lichty of Lu- veinc on Wednesday night. H was a joint meeting of postmasters and clerks. Election of officers ot postmasters of the county group was held with Postmaster Maude Hanna of Burt named as president: Postmaster Walter Leslie, Lakota, vice president; Postmaster Lucy · Newville of Titonka, secretary and I treasurer. The postal clerks held ! their first election with the lol- j lowing result: Richard Krumm of j Swea City, county chairman and i Doris McDonald of Ledyard, sec| rotary and treasurer. Oldest Greene Man to Be 93 TEXAS TRUCKER IS FINED $50 Warden Is Charged i With Overloading i Vehicle at Algona j ALGONA --- Faulty pavement j and an overloaded truck cost W. D. Warden, Edinburg, Tex., i trucker, 350 and costs in the Justice of Peace court of P. A. Danson Thursday. He was charged with overloading his truck. Warden, enroute to Mankato, Minn., with a load of grapefruit, pulled up to the stop sign Wednesday night on the corner of v Call and Jones sheet, the-latter'other- wise known "as highway 169 when his semi-trailer broke through the pavement. The rear wheels of the semi-trailer sank through, but the ," -· -- ""^^ U * J » G U u? ^. driver was able lo «et out when I McAllester of Rockwell City HIT BY TRUCK Donnie Schaap, 2 1 /-' Suffers Head Gash," Cuts and Bruises ALGONA--Donnie, 2'.i year old son of Dr. and Mrs. C. D. Schaap, was struck by a truck driven by C. ._ p,,.. ,,,,. wnen ... ~ ~-~ l " v im\,n.wtiL ^.ny both rear wheels of the tractor Wednesday afternoon a b o u t 3 broke through. After six hours °'clpek_iiv front ol llis home, able lo get the workmen were truck out.. Frost boils caused the pavement to heave in places and weight of truck broke through the asphalt. j After the truck was removed an- i I other heave in the pavement was i formed and a few feet west on i highway 163 going north and south. Another frost boil caused traffic to be detoured on west McGregor street Wednesday. Another case heard by Justice .Danson late Thursday was that ot William Burden of Mason City, Negro, charged with drunkenness! He was fined $100 and costs. Musical Comedy of. "Paints, Patches," Planned Wednesday EAGLE GROVE--The Attend Sale FAULKNER--John Laipnle and Bui-bank are visiting in Decorah this week with Mrs. Bui-bank's mother, airs. Louis. Arness. The -- e a n - . . son. John, Jr.. left Monday for ea P lain is superintendent oC mo- Lisbon. N. Dak., .where they will attend ihe closing out sale oE the Lawrence Watts estate. Arc From Newark, 111. KANAWHA--Mr. and Mrs. Bert Larson and Eli Olson of Newark. HI., who are visiting relatives in _ musical comedy : 'Paint and Patches'" w i l l , ,, ,.^ . ia .n,i s leuuves in be staged at the auditorium of I Kanawha spent Sunday at Rowan the high school Wednesday eve- j where they visited relatives fe^cho^ 1 '^ ° C "'I MITCHl^r 1 ? ', , The potion will be in twn 1 son'nf^a^"'GeoTM^-' 8 C £_VTMTMV*^ c ^°^:? r lTMM hurst and a freshman at iovv^ lowing: Roger Newburn. Dick Shoenhair, Ray Baker. Phyllis, K n u t -L o n, Beverly McVieker, Virginia Wixom, Mark Tumbleson, Eileen Knudson, Phyllis McCallum, Beverly Reuvers, Mary Parsons, Virginia Engleman, Donald Conway, Al Larson, George Elwick, and Robert Burger. Mrs. Rose Rhiner Dies at GoldBeld EAGLE GROVE -- Mrs. Rhiner. 8a, died Thursday at the home of her son, George A. Rhiner. at Golcttield. Funeral services will be held Sunday in charge of the pastor at the Methodist church in Hardy. She was born in Switzerland. Beebe Retires From Business at Hampton HAMPTON--N. W. Beebe. head ] of the Beebe Lumber company | since its organization nearly 501 years agOj has announced his retirement. The busincess will be conducted by his grandson, Edwin M. Beebe. who has been assistant manager the last several years. CLASS CHOOSES PLAT POPEJOY--The seniors have selected their class play, the cast of characters chosen, and soon \vill be rehearsing. Date for presentation will be announced later. * ESCAPE ^ much of the. misery of COLDS £" g-VA \/V\^ BONT WATT until a miserable cold dqyclops. At the first nasal Irritation, sniffle or sneeze, use Va-tro-nol AT SS C ? · ·' a !CTr dl '°P s "P each nostril. This hcips PREVENT development or many a cold. WHAT'S MORE--when xmr head Is all clogged up from a cold, V^-tro-nol clears away the stuffiness, brings comfort-lets you BREATHE Sgain! JUSTAFEWDSOPSOF... vtCKS VA-TRO-NOL a week's vacation with his parents. Son Is Born RUDD--A son, 6ii pounds. wa= born to Mr. and Mrs. Jack Kamm Monday, March 20. Return From Chicago ALTA VISTA -- Mrs. E. C O Connor and two children. James and Mary Jane, returned to then- home here Tuesday morning from Chicago where they had been vis- Hin.G relatives and friends the past week. Returns in School LUVERNE--William Chapman who has been spending his spring vacation at (he home of his parent? returned to his school work at Ames Thursday mornin" Visit With Farenfs BELMOND--Barbara and Marjor,e Hewlett, students at Grinnell college, visited their parents. Mr and Mrs. B. C. Hewlett. Is Plvmoiitli Visitor PLYMOUTH--Miss Lulu Dvorak m Cedar Raoids is here visiting ter Mrs. Mary Helmor and orotncr John and familv. Attends Meeting SHEFFIELD--M. A Sandc- mejer is in Kansas City this week attending an order of railroad telegraphers meeting. Mrs. Sande- meier and son, John Dean, accompanied him and went from there on a trip to New Orleans. E G Fent. Kensett. is operator at the depot during their absence On Trip to Wyoming TITONKA -- Ed Miller left Wednesday for Gillette. Wyo where he expects to look after business interests. Mr. and Mrs. A. i\r. Peterson will accompany him and assist with the driving Visitors at Kanawha KANAWHA--Miss Lilly Ersland of Ames is visiting at the homes of Mrs. Lewis Michelson and Mr and Mrs. William Engl. Visitors at Fertile FERTILE--The Rev. and Mrs. Alvin Prestholt of Chicago, 111. visited friends here on Mondav. Visit a f Kockford ROCKFORD -- Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mitchell. Sioux City, and .Air. and Sirs. J. G. Mitchell. Cedar Rapids, visited in the Mitchell homes here over the weekend. Parents of Son SCARVILLE--Mr. and Mrs. T. G. N'elson are the parents of a boy born Tuesday. tor transports for all CCC camps in- Nebraska and Kansas and headquarters in Omaha. Conduct Rites for Child on Saturday ELMA--Funeral services for Alna Johnson, II year old daughter of Mr. and. Mrs. Karl Johnson, will be held Saturday afternoon from the Jeri'co Lutheran church with the Rev. H. M. Tjeraagei. pastor, officiating. She died Wednesday evening in a New Hampton hospital from heart disense. Surviving besides her parents are three brothers. McAllister was driving a panel truck west when the little boy dashed across the street. He was knocked to the pavement, but the wheels did not pass over his body. He was knocked unconscious and was taken lo the Kossuth hospital where he recovered consciousness. He was removed to his home later. He suffered a sever gasli on his head and other cuts and bruises. Fred Gerhart Rites Planned Saturday STACYVILLE--Funeral services for Fred Gerhart will be held Saturday in Presbyterian church in Union township with the Rev. H. B. Froett in charge. 40 Students Enter Spelling Contest HAMPTON -- Forty students Thursday had entered "the annual Franklin county spelling contest to be held in the courtroom Saturday afternoon. Checkers, judges and pronouncers were chosen from among teachers of the county. H. G. Doeringsfeld, county superin- [ tendent. is in charge. · i R T i m r n a ~ o C^K |^ D i ^Ummage O31C IO D Held at Garner on Saturday by Club DINNER IS HELD McINTlRE--The Ladies of the _ _ . ,, w . Methodist aid served a chicken j was" m : igriiaTly""scheduied dinner in the dining room ot the] on this group but was forced to church Thursday. ' w i t h d r a w because of illness. GATl5lER--An annual rummage sale, one of the chief yearly activities of the Garden department of the Garner Woman's club, will be held at the town hall here all day Saturday, with sale 01 lunches all day planned in connection with the event. Mrs Charles Marks is chairman of -the rummage sale committee, and collection of items for the sale has been in charge of her and Mrs. Chris G. Ob-on. the latter president of the club. On the lunch committee will be Mrs. Ed Wetterling - and . Mrs. Charles Engstler. Mrs. R. J. Cory GREENE--Thomas Huff, the oldest local resident, will celebrate his ninety-third birthday Tuesday and his family will hold open house at the home for friends from Z to 5 o'clock p. m. At noon the family will serve picnic dinner. Mr. Huff was born at Dayton, Ohio, in 1847 and has lived In Butter county the past 68 years. One daughter, Sirs. Dan Milloy, and family of Vcsher, \Vis., will not be present. //:, Phillip jyujp ' plOTOR FOX A BOND IS $500 FOR MEHMEN, 17 Admits Knowledge of Accident Which Occurred March 12 ALLISON--Ralph Mchmen, 17 year old son of Mr. and Mrs. George Mehmen of Clarksville, was placed under S500 bond here late Thursday, following his arraignment on a charge of failure to stop and give assistance at the scene o£ a motor accident. Mehmen was arrested by Patrolman Clarence Shim-, following investigation of an a c c i d e n t March 12 in which Pete Hinders of Clarksi'ille was struck. Hinders was taken to a Waverly hospital with a broken leg and bad cuts, and is recovering there. A door handle was broken from Mchmen's 1935 model Chevrolet in the accident, and found by Marshal Abe Markel of Clarksville. Patrolman Shirer learned that a garage at Greene had replaced a door handle shortly after the accident, and identified the type of automobile. A search through nearly 10,000 registration cards for Butler and Floyd counties aided in identifying Mehmen's machine. The boy admitted that he knew of the collision at the time of the accident, but had not supposed he struck a person. He learned that Hinders had been struck a day Infer, but did not report the mishap. He was arraigned before Justice W. P. Miller of Allison, and bound to the juvenile court. His bond was not immediately furnished. SALE IS PLANNED SHEFFIELD--B. F. Bigg, executor o£ the late A. R. Rowe es- late, will hold an auction sale of the household goods at the residence Saturday afternoon. Food Sale at Lime Springs Saturday LIME SPRINGS--The second food sale of the Civic club will be held at the Dunlap cate Saturday at 1 p. m. The east section of town will donate for this sale. FIRE-PROOF STORAGE WE SPECIALIZE IN HOUSEHOLD MOVING We 'hove proper equipment for moving Pianos and Electric Refrigerators · SATISFACTION GUARANTEED · Once a Customer , . . 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