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March 25, 1939

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II MUSIC STUDENTS IN COMPETITION Many of North Iowa Schools Represented at Howard Festival CRESCO -- Following are the ratings of the contestants in the subdistrict music contest at Cresco Friday: Event No. 39. Snare drum solo. Class B-C--New Hampton, Walter Pose 1 (formerly rated as superior). Cresco, Katherine Walsh 2 (formerly rated as excellent). Lansing, no name 1. Event No. 30. B flat clarinet solo. Class B-C: Waucoma Ro Mary Balk 1. Cresco, Gordon Be son 2. Rudd, Bernice Brandon Waterville, Betty Sorenson 2. S Ansgar, Calvin Packard 2. Ne Hampton, Paul Munson I. Osag Shirley Pecht 1. Mclntire. Mar Hume 2. Event No. 28. Flute solo. Clas B-C: Osage, Marie Schmidt Cresco, Lloyd Lowry 2. Cresco Girl Firsi Event No. 34. French horn solo Class B-C: Cresco, Lucille Kolinc ]. Rudd, Henry Fieseunan 1. Ne\ Hampton, Jeanette Pose 2. Nor Springs, Lorraine Taylor 2. Event No. 35. Trombone solo Class B-C: Nora Springs, Lorime Olson L Osage, Metz Drew 1. New H a m p t o n , Robert Genung 2 Cresco, Joyce Culbertson 1. Event No. 37. Baritone-Euphonium solo. Class AA-A: Waukon, Lee Smith 1. Decorah, Hermit Hendriokson 1. Event No. 37. Baritone-Euphonium solo. Class B-C: Hiceville, William Swancutt 1. New Hampton, La Von, Barnhart 2. Rudd, Jean Shanks 2. Osage, Leo Kelly 2. Waterville, Dorothy Gronna 1. Cresco, Earl Stevens 2. Waucoma Jack Adams 1. Six Winners Listed Event No. 32. Saxophone solo. Class B-C: Waterville, Norma Sorenson 1. New Hampton, Imelda Roths l. Cresco, Franklin Searcy 2. St. Ansgar, Evangeline Bublitz 2. Rudd, Milly Jean Cords 1. Event No. 31. Bassoon solo, s New Iowa Curator A veferan newspaperman and secretary to the late Gov. Warren Garst of Iowa in 1908 and. 1909, Ora Williams of Des Monies (above) will officially succeed O. E. Klingaman as Iowa curator Monday. He has worked on newspapers in Iowa, Souih Dakota ana Nebraska and has served.as editor of the state °"'?** register (red book). In 191o he was editor of the Iowa Census. Originally from Add, miliams was a member of the first class to be graduated from the high school there, in 1880 (Iowa Daily Press photo ) . . . Class B-C: Rudd, Phyllis Brandon 1. Cresco, Donald Phillips 1. Oage Margaret Gemaehlich 1. ' Event No. 33. Cornet or trumpet solo, Class AA-A: Waukon, Betty Olson 2. Decorah, Howard Owen 1. Is From St.-Ansgar Event No. 33. Cornet or trumpet solo. Class B-C: St. Ansgar Ehvyn Neeley 2. New Hampton James Woodruff 1. Rudd, Ward Hofler 1. Nora Springs, Charles Rowley^. Cresco, Donald Lyb- bertl. Little Cedar, withdrew "Event No; 24. Brass quartet Class B-C: New Hampton :. Lansing, withdrew. St. Ansgar 2 Event No. 46. Chamber group of woodwind instruments. Class B-C- Osuge 1. New Hampton 2. Si' Ansgar 1. Rudd 2. Event No. 25. Brass sextet. Class B-C: Cresco 1. New Hampton 1 Rudd 2. Nora Springs 2. Waterville, withdrew. Waucoma 2. CONDUCT RITES OFW,E.FOX,79 Retired Fanner of Burt Dies at Home, Heart Disease Victim ALGONA -- Funeral 'services ere held Saturday afternoon at e McCulIough Funeral Chapel for William E. Fox, 79, retired farmer, who was found dead in bed at his home in Burt Thursday morning, an apparent victim o£ heart disease. He was school director f n Riv erdal township for many years. Survivors are his children Leo Mrs. Jesse Volentine, Mrs. Ira Hansen, aE of Burt and Mrs. Hairy Putz, Algoua and Mrs. J J Farry of Superior, Wis., 20 grandchildren and two great grandchildren. Three sisters who also survive are Mrs Ellen Dixon Savanna, 111., Mrs. Emma Jones Clinton and Mrs. Howard Brutsman, Cedar Rapids. The Rev. George W. Wessek HERE and THERE Move to VTorthlngton, Minn. .NORA SPRINGS-- Mr. and Mrs Frank P. Pool have moved to Worthington, Minn, where Mr Pool is now an employe o£ the Commercial Credit Exchange at Worthington. Goes to Ann Arbor, Mich CALMAR-- Miss Frances Meyer R. N departed Wednesday for Ann Arbor, Mich., where she will ·esume her work after several veeks. spent here caring for her . mother who has been seriously ' Visit With Relatives RUDD-- The Rev. and Mrs. A. v Gauger and son, Stanley, of Buffalo Center, called Wednesday fternoon at the home of his sister Irs. E. R. Bartz. Called by "Death ' LAWLER ·_. Mrs. Elizabeth v f£i'' MrS ' Joe Wolfe and Mrs. Kathleen Banks of Chicago are 'siting in Lawler this week hav- ng been called by the death of heir aunt, Mrs. Kate Lewis Home From Hospital POPEJOY-- Delpha Mae Brown-a ee was returned home Wednesday om the Iowa Falls hospital. ^ T IT ,,y ishors «' I-uverne LIA^ERNE _ Mr. and Mr arry Schurlz, Eagle Grove wer eekend visitors at the home o as brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs . E. Rogers, south of town far Know Your State A Foot a Day About lovgyl^ The territory of Iowa was the ancient abode of the Sac, lowav i I Ja Ifrtt** inrl ·£»,,.. i. · t_ . -r .. ·* ' MANY PRESENT FOR CONCLAVE Officers Elected at Annual Meeting of Kanawha Group KANAWHA- The annual meet- Go to Detroit; Mich. Vamum and daughter with a large crowd attending A Fred ' ° n ? C calib TM«ng for left Tuesday where Mr. Varnum is employed at Motors . the General ' - , * round kernels of * Clea " ing and was held at 9 momin S- Kanawha - " into Irene is one of the 30 places in the state cated by the Varnum's. Attends Steelinr SCARVILLE-- The Peterson . ? 1 '°TM 11 S *« demonstration the Rev J -A I th T °n ?T S ' meetin S was'held at NORA cella r ORA S P pRING I S^Mis f Mir S^if dir .f ct o« re-elected were W · r^^^r^fe? B^^-s/of .-- , ,. ..:·-· w a s taken to Britt. niai-pnTM « T^U.,,--- _r T^_ Called by Illness CLARION-- Arno Myers an , rydon Myers, , both of Chicago , arnved Wednesday because o Leaves for Des Moines UGHERTY-Dan Mullen lef Wednesday 101- Des Moines wher W r t h q Veteran s T , T ,^ at PJ.vmoulh PLYMOUTH -- Mr. and rs Francis Evans of Orchard motored to Plymouth Saturday afternoo Mrs rd mot day afternoon rs " Ca ^ i ' and two s t e r s ' -,,, , Leav « for Missouri STACYVlLLE-Mr. .and left for Col Mrs. Is From Nora Springs Event No. 25. Brass sextet. Class AA-A: Waukon 2. Decorah 1 Event No. 36. Tuba solo. Class B-C: Nora Springs, Donald Ueker 2. New Hampton, Edwin Maurer 1 Kudd, withdrew. Cresco, Glen Kyam 2, Osage, Ernest Moran 1 Waucoma, Euane Perry 1 Event No. 13. Orchestra. Class B: New Hampton 2. Cresco 1 Osage I. _ Event No. 22. Concert band. Class C: Waucoma 2. St. Ansgar 2 Nora Springs 1. Waterville 3. Rudd" . 1. Lime Springs 2. 22 ' band. *-M -n ·»*· -- ·t.utiv.ci. t UcuiU. Class B: New Hampton 2. Cresco I. Osage I. Town Election Will Be Held on Monday at Kanawha Polls ,,- r h er father. A. Hastings and sister, Miss Audrey Hastings. nTT^ SUmes Schn °l Duties RUDD-Don Willctt. Donald Roberts, and Carlyle GauW re turned to their school dS«e, Dak0tan Visits retired Methodist pastor, officiated and burial was made in the Rivcrview cemetery in Algona. FRANKMILES TALKS AT BURT 100 Attend Banquet Given by Business Men for Farmers BURT--About 100 men attended the'banquet given by the Burt businessmen for a group o£ farmers Thursday evening. The meal was served by the American Legion Auxiliary in the high school gymnasium. M. M. Chipman acted as master of ceremonies. The address of welcome was given by the Rev. Thoburn Speicher and the Rev \ H , wood of the Good Hope-chu'rch're- | sponded for the farmers ! -.-I , _ . ------ ---wmwii id i, iur a \VPPK!'^ ofF A?J* Mlle ?.- D .« Moine*. editor Cation to .southern I owa and of the Iowa Lcgionaire gave the *' Ilssouri L" 3 .'!, 1 . .fid'"**. The high school ! _ . ?5»«-n '« **gh Grove Attends Funeral _LEDYARD Mrs . Geraldine Rhodes , who has spent postmaster, and Mrs. Walter McDonald K - P r e s e n . red !* M? » n r i' ? nudtsen - secretary and Weil Han- Talk * were given Fly to Colorado =,,,! a ,, ^ D T,~ J ames Reynolds and Alfred Barslou left by airplane for Denver, Colo., where they will spend several days M ,_ Siudents Visit Home ' NORA-SPRINGS-Aniong college students who have been vis- g home folks for a few days Venola Steidl, daughter of Mr and.Mrs. -Henry Stiedl, attending -lark college at Dubuque, and Ted Bruuner, son, of Mr. and Mrs. at lowa-Siate college "at AniesTMnd is majoring in the dairy industry, "airy jn- ~ls From Casadi " ,cL-,f '^D^Paul ' Albright of vith h- l Vai JL Ca . nada - '^ visiting vith his brother and family, the Harold Albrights/ - - . On Business , Trip '-. LIME SPRING_Mr. and Mrs *·; Jones made a business trip o St. Paul on Wednesday. P Chester Holcomb spent WedneV- aay in Renwick where they at the home of - Mrs mother, Mrs. J. F. Kell- TonS? ^iT F y°!l sM , C , UyFrank emetz of Duncan was a Visitor the home of her W --^-7---... u . P r o g r a m nh a Review of 1938." At noon a free dinner was served p°rv«?°i g eople ' b y the American crystal Sugar company of Mason city. J. B. Davidson gave a talk on Spirit of Service." . The program in the afternoon I^ C ^ d 5? talks by w - F - Buchholfz C. M. Wagel, C. R. Eckhardt, Martin .Veiss, Ai-thur L. Anderson Lauren K. Soth and C. S. Reddy. Former Mclntire Man Dies at Austin, in ' St OlaFs Hospital McINTIRE -- Norton Chamberlain, 3o, of Austin, Minn., 6ut formerly of Mclntire, died in the St OJaf s hospital in Austin Thursday rught. J He had undergone an. operation for mastoid at Minneapolis a few weeks ago. He \vas a taxi driver No funeral arrangements have been made. Mrs. Raymond ; Sayre Is Speaker at New Hampton Occasion Is Annual Chickasaw County's Achievement Session NEW HAMPTON--The Chicka saw county Achievement day Fri" reYorrt' 35 h 6 m ° st successful on lecoid with more tiyn 200-farm women representing each of the 12 - i^Tthe o UPar " Cipa " nSf - I " dude d Bremer, Howard, ~MHohell a°nd fjJJ-d-counties. i n the forenoon iot unicKasaw county women and 20 guests from the adjoining coun- hefn r ? SJStered - A r ""ohe 0 n was ?,?;£ T,? 0011 at the Baptist »A J D P ersons attending. A i arm Bureau Message' delivered by Mrs. Raymond oayre of Ackworth, Chairman of the Women's, committee of the fowl farm Bureau Federation. specialist a "n 0 "home' a mln 3g eiSnt.'^J MRS.'RAYMOND SAYRE men was the judge. The Fredericksburg township home project club waf ?",!" rec °g?«n for their or*an- ation RTM, .-,,° n ' Wa sh »Urt°ii and'Jack- sonville clubs were honored for results on a percentage basis; Dayton and Dresden for their publicity work; Dresden, Day?o£ Uuckasaw and Jacksonville for their features. The features will be used at the Iowa State fai" uairy Cattle congress, Big Four fair, North Iowa fair and thl Farm and Home .exposition at New Hampton. ; In the song memory contest four townships competed. New Hampton had the largest number, 23 Chickasaw, 17; Dresden, 14, and Bradford 10. The health play had the following cast: Mrs. Henry Kingsfield, Mrs. L. J. Winter Miss Laura Bottin, Mrs. Lloyd Frazee Mrs. Vern Miller, Mrs. Harry Endres, Mrs. Mont Grim, Mrs. Floyd Sargent, Mrs. Owen Edson, Mre Floyd Eckenrod, Mrs. H. C Mc- liroy and Mrs. V. A. Pattison. The panel discussion was led by Mi=s Florence Donnelly of New Hamp- ews OFFICE AT 603 RIVERSIDE DRIVE, PHONE 1052 DON K. SANDELL, Mgr., Residence, Phone 937-J News Correspondent, Phone 318 uesday T A W LAWLER-Ed Carlin of Ai-m- \«V R 3 f- visitl ' n S h 's sister, Tnh n° S ?- Ca !v lin apti his brother John Carhn, this week. . Attends Military Ball'v _BELMOND -- Ruth Tr where she attended the military ball at Coe college Fridav evening. Parents of Son CLARIOK_Mr. and Mrs. Euene Nagle are the parents of a f^u TM ny Eu S en ^, born Tuesday at the Tompkins and Walker hos- On Vacation Trip and e » Mrs. , iin address. The hi j band and Little O6rman mslicd music. The affair _ office are ail candidates i°\ r , e -^ ctio " under the Citizens tlck l S y are L - E. Faber, may- T'U- i Shelda!l1 . treasurer, Mrs. iiuie i,vans, assessor, Charles Brower, Tom Kinseth, Jack Johnton H H. Riekens and James Yeakel for councilmen. u j e . £ nJe P e "dent t i c k e t is headed by John Hoveland for mayor and C. R. Powers. E. H dick and L. P. GilHgan as 'candidates for councilmen. The Peoples' ticket is with the only candidate Knute Fosen for assessor The New Deal ticket has Herbert Emmons and Albert Coopei ss candidates (or counciimen. CALLED BY DEATH LEDYARD--Monday Mrs. Ed T Halvorson was called to Frost" Minn., as her brother. Carl Kolle- stead, 33, died. Funeral servi sday afternoon Blue Earth church. filed being ^-t^sin^meF^*^^ P. T. A. Will Meet at Chapin School on Monday E -vemng CHAPIN-- The P. T. A w meet in the school house Monday e m will program as fol- Electric Motor Repairing By Experienced Men ZACK BROS. ELECTRIC CO. 306 2 n c s . \v. W,oncS7 b S n d U 5 m V U , e Chapin high E oik '^ ^, CaI l e a d l n g^ by Lucille OIK and Mary Heuberger accom- pan.ed by Jean Rust. A one TMt _, . , '" Engle Crovh i WHH-S jE F GR «- VE Mr ' and ""TM- i \villiam E. Warnes. who have [been soendmg the winter months in Laliforma. have returned to their home here. The time was whpro Pa tl y - - SPent in Ri ^erside where their son, W. H. Warnes lives with his family. Born at Forest Citv """" CITY_Mr. and Mrs. = K ,,, j n lsen are the Parents of a 6 pound 9 ounce daughter, Mar- I?kh ^ OUIS -^ , b ° rn ^ farch 15 in the d»f ? h °j pltal - ot her babies born dm ing the past week in the Irish hospital are a? follows: A 7 pound In ou nc e daughter, Bonell Kay, to i,!' ? , ,, Mrs : Robert Ostrander and ,,. aughter, Mrs. F. C. Dull family. Girl Is Xamed POPEJOY-The girl born to Mr. and Mrs. Ed Gai-dalen. recently, has been named Glenda Visit in St. Paul FOREST CITY-- Mrs. B. J ihornps on, accompanied by ·""- Spent Wednesday j -i *I TIL 1 « *-- ^-vnicsurt v i and Thursday in the Herbert Galloway home in St. Paul. j On Trip to Detroit GREENE--Mrs. S E Bigelow left Tuesday night-"for Chicago, 111., and Detroit, Mich. ' Visit With Patient LITTLE CEDAR_Mr. and Mrs t. £,. Robinson soent the weekend m Rochester. Minn., where they visited Mrs. Robinson's sister who Mrs Go to Rochester LONEROCK-- Mr. and AJex Krueger have gone to Roch- MC by the glee club, and by the Litile German band. Those taking par t in th e ,,lav f re !. Da j; c » Green. Bernice Heitland Belva Wurthman, Edna Markwardt, Annie Laura Park= died J. P. Geibel, 87, of Britt, Succumbs at Home After Illness BRITT-J. P. Geibel. 8 7, a I£?? yf(m01 ' ning at his home in Bnlt after a short illness _ He is survived by his wife and three sons. George, Joe and John and a daughter. Mrs. Marie Stevenson, all ot Britt, and a number ot grandchildren. Funeral arrangements arc in cnaigc of Bouqhton's funeral home. luncial : an 8 pound 6 ounce son , n-l 3 "?'' 0 Mr - an^ 1 Mrs.' y Wheeler of Spring Vallev. ounce'«o TM'~ * 7 " DouncJ . 12 and Mrs. Leon Hanson of"Bi-iV r " Visits AVith Sister pUMOA-T-Mrs. Icea Wilcox, fw,"^ C iir ^ n ; stnia5t sr here, came [,.°r? We ^ 1 ?'- City to spend weeks visiting her sister Grace Fransham and family Stoves From Jlanlv PLYMOUTH -- ·Tr,. has moved h Manly into rooms in the" Hedegard home in the ot town. . ,, v«is. iu ^uun- ester where the former will have a checkup. Is Visitor at Rake ",--Mrs. Dnii Jacobson of - is visitmt; at the Selmer borenson home this \veek At Parental Home CLARKSVILLE -- Mrs Paul Hiniz and daughter, Mary" Lou'ise of Davenport, are spending the Ray Services Held for Mrs. Ellen Jordan; ' Burial at Riceville McINTIRE -- Mrs. Ellen Laurretta Jordan of Mc-Intire, 73 died at her home in Mclntire Thursday night of branchial pneumonia Funeral services were held in the Mclntire Catholic church Sat" rc ^y morning. Burial was in the Catholic cemetery at Ricevilie. PLANlifiOF TURKEY RAISERS Free Educational Program Planned Wednesday in. Lab CHARLES CITY-A free educational program for turkey raisers will be given by the Dr. Salsbury's Laboratories from 10 a. m. until 4 p. m. Wednesday, at the laboratories in Charles City. The program will include lee- GALT--J. p. Denger*a I nd returned after j"-iscr reiurnea after spendine four weeks at Phoenix, Ariz * Mrs. part Attend Funeral . SHEFFIELD-A. L. Wartnaby With Mr - ^d Mrs' , Charles City, were in Wpri nd ' In - Tuesday InS Wednesday to attend the funeral of an aunt. Will March ac panied them to New Diggint "'here he visited relatives ' POPWOY^r.'SrSfB H Tr,', ^ 1 ?, r 3 - nd ffm ' ly mtVed from Icnva Falls into the vacant house belonging to Esther Long Tues- ,, Enters Belmond Hosnital P ? EL ^°ND - Louis Mienders entered the Belmond hospital Wednesday afternoon for an pendectomy. Mr. Mienders lives on a farm east of Belmond. , T _ Home From Hosnilal NORA SPRINGS-Miss Ha.el coon who undeTM-ent a major operation in a Rochester hosnital three weeks a.»o has returned her home^in Nora Springs. "" . . Homc Kathe: AFFILIATION IN C, 1.0. SOUGHT Sherman Nursery's Employes Ask NLRB to Certify Agent CHARLES CITY--George H. Eldridge, CIO organizer, nounced the employes of the Sher,man Nursery compa'ny have petitioned the National Labor Hela- .tions board that the CIO be certified as sole collective bargaining agent for them in regard to wages, hours and working conditions. Mr. Eldridge. Carl Runyard. union representative, and the field examiner of the National Relations board met with M. W. Wallis, J. F. Christensen and Harley J. Deems, officers of the Sherman Nursery company, and asked for a conference which will be given March 30. The local CIO claims that over 80 per cent of the em- ployes are members of the union. . Mr. Eldridge also states that Roy Melvin, manager of the Oliver Farm Equipment company, has consented to hold a conference with him. Monday, March 27, to discuss recognition of the United Farm Equipment Workers of America, local 115. 22 New Members in Legion Auxiliary CHARLES CITY-The American Legion Auxiliary-has-22 n ev v members, making a total of 189 · " 31 im ' tlati °n ceremony was GOLDFIELO MAN IS DEAD AT 72 D. H. Keith, Manager of Elevator, to Be Interred on Monday GOLDFIELD--D. H. Keith, 72 manager of the Farmers Elevator company here for over a quarter of a century, died at his home here on Friday afternoon. He was a native of Scotland, coming to America. in early manhood. He was preceded in death by his wife several years ago. ; He is survived by two sons and three daughters, Robert P. Keith of Rockwell City, J. Russell Keith ?L TM ner J Mrs - Do ra*y Smith and Mrs. Enid Smith, both of Nashua, and Mrs. Marian Dean ot Moines. He is also survived. number ° f grandchildren as «, a brother, Robert H. , i ^ £ - ? , O W a n and a sister . Miss sie Keith of Montreal, Canada t uneral services will be held at - m e ? t l Mond ay afternoon ,-«, + u , , ernoon with the Rev. John Haunt, pastor o£ the United Presbyterian church n charge. Burial will be in the G2etw °°d cemetery. Ke »h Arrived here ' be at ^e bedside o£ her brother. AVEL GIVEN BRITT LODGE Rebekahs of Forest City Give Gavel at Candlelight Ceremony Charles City Briefs to tz _ _ j f, ,. _, --" » * « m c i . » i i c rvtitz and Ruth Seal, students of Iowa ^ £ C ° 1Iege ,° E Ames - a " visiting m the Paronfal Will Reitz home. At College Meeting SCARVILLE--The Rev- S J Tretheim attended a meeting at Luther college at Decorah on Tuesday. Returns From Seattle Mitchell Ames, concluding a week's "vaea- cr,?- M'-° the h ° mC ° f h i s P"- hTt'i' ' '' and Mls - Guy R - Ca mp- CORWITH -- George returned from SeaUle/'Hvash' where he spent the winter with his sister. Miss Lillian Mitchell Visits in Chicago EMMETSBURG _ _ _, -- - · · · ~ 1-^1.^1 CTII vi ijl , O. H. Copenhaver and other members of the staff will conduct the clinic. Mrs. Carl Magdsick Speaks on "How lo Teach Children Sex" CHARLES CITY--Mrs. Carl Magdsick. chairman of social hygiene committee of the Iowa Congress of Parents and Teachers spoke at the Washington, P T A' study club .Friday afternoon Her topic was '-How to Teach Sex to Children," a subject she has been asked to present to many other schools in Iowa. This was the second meeting of the Washington P. T. A. this week. Tuesday was Dads Night and the children of the school presented the program. The Rev. Walter M Fntschcl, pastor of the Lutheran church, gave a talk on "The Family Forum.' 1 The executive committee screed a lunch. Winter Travelers Speak of Cruises CHARLES C I T Y - Returned winter travelers are having the opportunity of telling about their cruises. At the meeting of Mrs. Campbell's group of the Congregational Churchwomen at the home of Mrs. Waggoner, the hostess told about her trip to points touching the Caribbean sea. Mr. _ _ j » _ " _ , . · -- « - « * * Ottl. 1 H . andI airs. Waggoner went by way Chicago, III. in the homes friends until Tuesday. CHARLES CITY--Mr. and Mrs. George Fluhrer and daughter, Arlene, have returned from a motor trip to California. There was a large crowd at the concert, given by the grade school band and orchestra Friday night in the high school auditorium. Both Earl VanRees and Leo Schuln directed and the program included several solOj trio and quartet 'numbers. Mrs. J. P. Clark reviewed "The Nile" by Ludvvig at the meeting of the First Methodist Church-' women Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Clark is past 80 years of age and keeps up-her interest in club and church affairs. James Bentley sang a solo, accompanied by his mother, Mrs. George Bentley. Circle number five served. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar ,Gabel are. the parents of a son born in the Cedar Valley hospital. Lawrence Allen of Floyd is a patient in the Cedar Valley hospital. Mrs. Leo Shafer, who has been visiting relatives in Cedar Rapids, expects to return to her home in , - .» ceremony was held for the new recruits and Mrs Corrine Michel], Rockford1, county chairman, acted as Installing officer. Mrs. Wesley Henke-if Ule head of the local unit. 8 SOLOISTS IN CONTEST WIN EacK Earn Ranking in First Division of Sub-District CHARLES CITY-Charles City high SchnnVc-oSahf ,,_!_:_._ - ..* sub-d Soloists music contest at Wav- Those earning the high honors D rT° thy Bl ' yan *PTM»? De- Dumont, mezzo-soprano- Laura Jean Moi-ison, alto; LoweU Lapham, Bentl tenor; James Lapham ' an Frudden, baritone-euphon- Lore a " ley Dawson, ^ e * x - t step in competition v. district contest, which is scheduled at_Charles City! , a- Rebekah lodge. There were H f GJ ?- ° f f t e lod at F °"-est ty attending. The gavel was presented to the noble gra ndi Ethel Oak TM| Bntt lodge by the noble grand Nora Gordon, of the Forest City " 3 andleli g ht ceremon Mr l , ceremony. Mrs. Alma Drews sang a solo and was accompanied by Mrs. Fern Hirt. Mus Jean Mssen played a saxophone solo and was accompanied by Miss Lorraine TreTM Smith, who sang a son? andtaa c=ompanied himself on the · ^er the program.. cards were played .until a late hour when .tfe- Rebekah lod S e served a Sheffield Legion Plans Sponsorship of June Celebration SHEFFIELD -- At the regular meeting of the American Legion post this week, it was decided that the local post would sponsor a Big Day celebration and the date was set for June 22. Preliminary plans for 'the celebration are already under way -and committees _._ iemg appointed to take charge in booking the day's program. ATTEND CONVENTION BRISTOW--School was closed lere Friday in order that the teachers could attend the teachers' convention at Mason City. Colwel! Sunday. The town .of Colivell will have an unusual election Monday. "o nominations were filed for town officers, so names will have to be written on a blank ballot. Mrs. Stella Niemack and daughter, Ilza, who have been spending the spring vacation with Mrs. Nie- mack's mother, Mrs. Louise Blumenstiel, returned to Ames Saturday. Miss Niemack teaches violin at Iowa State college. ( The Rev. Donald Artman, pastor of West St. Charles Methodist church, has been to Cedar Rapids to see his new grandson. Carl Ortmeyer of West St, Charles township is ill with pneumonia at the University hospital t Iowa City. Reports are he is I steadily improving. welcome for the families have moved into the West | arles community was held ' ·Ns?S:"-=^is^ll!£SSj YOUR SUPPORT IS REQUESTED AT THE CITY"ELECTION Monday, Mar. 27th . For three years I have served as city councilman and ask for re-election on the basis of service rendered. I have attended every meeting of the council in the three years except one called when I was out O f the city. I have questions voted on all t h e w a y I thought w a s ' f o r "the best interest of all the citizens. If you approve of the Ray E. Pauley Phone 963 If Transportation to Foils i s Necdcd

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