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Mason City, Iowa
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Monday, March 27, 1939
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MONDAY, MARCH 27, 1939 m MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE 31 SCHOOLSJENTER DEBATE TOURNAMENT AT S. U. I. NORTH IOWANS WILL COMPETE Thompson, McGregor and Algona Listed as Having Entrants IOWA CITY --Debate 'teams from 31 high schools will argue for championships in three classes in the tournament of the Iowa High School Forensic league at the University of Iowa Thursday through Saturday. Prof. A Craig Baird, secretary of the league, has announced the qualifiers for the tournament. Championships will be determined in classes A. B, and C. Some of the schools will be represented by two two-speaker teams arguing on the question that the United States should establish an alliance with Great Britain. Three of the four 1938 champions will defend their honors. They are Iowa City in class A, Teachers college high school of Cedar Falls in class B affirmative, and Mapleton in class B negative. Along with the debaters, pupils in extempore speaking, interpretative reading, original oratory, and radio speaking will decide debate honors in the contests. These are the schools to be r'epresented: Northwest: Class A, Central, Sioux City; Fort Dodge, Algona. Class B. Laurens, Lake City, Hawarden. Class C, George, Northwestern academy of Orange City. Northeast: Class A, Oelwein, West Waterloo, Cedar Falls, Ames, Manchester. Class B, Iowa Training school, Eldora; Teachers high, Cedar Falls. Class C, Thompson, McGregor. Southwest: Class A, Lincoln of Council Bluffs, Harlan, Boone. Class B, Mount Ayr, Mapleton, Osceola. Class C, Minburn, Waukee. Southeast: Class A, Iowa City, Davenport, Mount Pleasant, Burlington. Class B, Moulton, University high of Iowa City. Storm Lake Pastor Speaks at Father and Son Banquet ALGONA--The Rev. M. P. Ar- 2'asmith of Storm Lake was the , guest-..speaker at the annual Fa- -tber and Son banquet held Friday ,. evfeuing' at the Methodist church " under the sponsorship of the Ep- s=jWorth league. · -~ ~ - About 150 were in attendance Don Johnson gave a trombone solo, Richard Cook and Merle Pratt each a cornet solo. A ' brass sextet, composed of Merle Pratt, Dick Cook, Charles Bilsborough, Wayne Bjustrom, Kenneth Furst and Russell Buchanan, gave selections. HEAK PADEREWSKI DUMONT--Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Brown and two children, Maurice and Adelaide, Miss Miriam Roder and Mr. Westbrook from Hampton drove, to Minneapolis Sunday to hear Ignace Jan Paderewski give a piano concert that afternoon. CLUB WELL MEET RUDD--The Culture club will meet Saturday afternoon, April 1 with Mrs. Willis Buckler. IS ELECTED CHAIRMAN JOICE -- Marvin Rovang, student at Ames, has been elected chairman of rural community planning for the Veishea program to be held May H and 12 at Ames. Know Your State A Fact a Day About loway! In 1803 the famous Louisiana purchase was made of the territory of which Iowa was a part and gave to the territory thus secured its first government. STUDENTS EARN HIGH RATINGS Contestants From Rockford Place in _ Highest Division ROCKFORD--Rockford contestants in the sub-district music contest at Waverly held Thursday, Friday and Saturday came through with flying colors, winning 10 division I ratings out of 14 entries, and will enter in the district contest to be held in Charles City April 14 and 15. The first place winners .were the girls' glee club, class C concert band, the brass quartet composed of Bob Leigh, Carlyle Cun- ,ningham, C. W. Bartley and Aileen Vala; the brass sextet, composed of Junior Gruver, Carlyle Cunningham, Marian Hubbard, C. W Bartley, Mildred Wilke and Donald Mosher; the clarinet quintet with Jim Ervin, May Fort, Anna Koepke and Mildred Willert; Donald Mosher, tuba solo; May Fort clarinet solo; Evelyn EUertson' flute solo; C. W. Bartley, trombone solo, and Dorothy YerKes bassoon solo. The music department is under the direction of Joseph Haugen and the · accompaniment was played by Mrs. C. G. Fort and Mrs. Vera Mosher. CONCERT GIVEN BY 81 STUDENTS Northwood Musicians to Compete in Clear Lake Sub-District NORTHWOOD -- Northwood high school's 81 students who will compete in the sub-district school music contest to be held Friday and Saturday In Clear-Lake gave a final pre-contest concert in the auditorium of the high school Sunday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. · . - . ' - - · . . · · : , Vocal numbers 'included, a soprano sold by Doris Huso, a tenor -solo by Maurice Larsen, a baritone solo by Dwaine Marviek, the boys' quartet, girls' sextet and quartet of mixed voices. Larger vocal groups were" the girls' glee club, the boys' glee club and the mixed chorus. Instrumental numbers included a piano solo by Don Brager, flute solo by Alice Barnes, clarinet solo by Janice Ranum, baritone-euphonium solo by Dwaine Marviek, brass sextet, clarinet quartet, the program closing with a group of numbers by the concert band. L. T. Dillon is director of the band and instructor of the instrumentalists. Miss Elizabeth Shoulberg directs the vocal groups and soloists. Sentimental Songs "JEFFERSON CITY, Mo., (#)-In choosing state songs, the sentiment is more important than the music, the Missouri house of the legislature has decided. Representative Oliver Schick of St. Louis criticize a proposed "official state song" as "melodically and harmonically" unsuited for the honor but the house approved it anyway. 'Dclircrcd at Ponliae, Michigan. Prices subject (a change without notice. Transportation, slate and local taxes (if any}, optional equipment and accessories--extra. AND ONIY GREAT ENGINEERING MAKES POSSIBLE THE PRICE P R I C E S R E D U C E D A S M U C H A S B E L O W L A S T if) GENERAL-MOTORS' SECOND LOWEST-PRICED CAR GALLAGHER, INC., 116 SO. DELAAVAKE, PHONE 1567 GEORGE GEIBEL SERVICES HELD Britt Man, 87, Was Born in Germany and Came to U. S. in 1870 BRITT -- Funeral services for! George Peter Geibel, 87, who died Friday, were held Sunday at 1:30 o'clock at the home in Britt and 2:30 at the U. B. church in Stilson with the Rev. Mr. Miller in charge and assisted by the Rev. B. A. Rust of Britt. Mr. Geibel was born July 23, 1852 in Germany. He came to America in 1870 and settled in Io\ya, 60 years being spent in the Britt community farming. He retired from the farm Marchl, 1921, and since that time has been a resident of Britt. r^is survived by his wi£e and three sons, John, Joe and George and a daughter, Mrs. Marie Stevenson, all of Britt, five grandchildren, Wilbur and John Robert Stevenson, Carol and Carmon Geibel of Britt and Mrs. Lyle Gourley of Mason City and one great grandson, Jay Gourley of Mason City. Pallbearers were Shotwell Higdon, Walter Fox, E. H. Arnett, Jacob Sweers, Wren Smith and Swen Nelson. Burial,_in charge of Boughton's Funeral Home, was in Boone township cemetery. 200 AT JOICE WOMAN'S RITES Mrs. Olaf Haugo, 87, Is Buried in Concordia Cemetery JOICE -- Approximately 200 friends and relatives attended the funeral services Saturday at the Bethany church for Mrs, Olaf Haugo, 87/who died Sunday, March 19, at her home in Joice. The Rev. L. F. Scheie officiated m both the Norwegian and the English languages. Burial took place at Concordia cemetery. Mrs. Harry Johnson and Mrs. H. Oscar Aamodt sang a vocal duet, accompanied by Mrs. L. F Scheie Mrs. Thora'Flaaten Haugo was born m Moc Telemarkin, Norway April 14, 1852. After being united m marriage to Olaf Haugo in 1874, they came to the United States in 1883 settling- in Worth · county where she\bas. lived the rest of her life, 58-years. ' · ' · " ';-;· A mother of 10 children Mrs Haugo was preceded in death by two sons in infancy, a daughter at 13 and her husband in 1908 She is survived by seven children: Mrs. Sign: Osseng, Saave and Ole of Joice; L. Ole o£ Crosby, N. Dak · Andrew of Scoby, Mont.; Ed of Annetfa N. Dak.; Gilbert of Haugland, Mont.; 15 grandchildren and three great grandchildren. Merchandise, Money Stolen in Breakin of Mclntire Store McINTIRE--The Jack ' Sprat store at Mclntire was broken into some time Friday night and a large amount of cigarets, tobacco meats and pastry, also merchandise, candy and money was taken The thieves broke the glass in one of the windows in the back of the store and pried three heavy iron barrs off. They left by the back door. Sheriff Charles Kathan of Osage investigated Saturday. This same store was broken into about six weeks ago. ' Services Held for C. S. Thomas, 66, at Clarion Church CLARION--Funeral sex-vices for C. S. Thomas, 66, who died Thursday at his home near Clarion were held Saturday afternoon at the Church of Christ, the Rev. Bruce B. Matthews- officiating. Burial was in the Clarion Evergreen cemetery. Surviving are his widow and three children, Melvin, Mrs. Lc- Roy Shupe and Walter, all o£ Clarion; his aged father, S. H Thomas of Washington, 111., four brothers, Charles of Washington, 111., Clarence of Peoria, 111., Harding and Frank, both of Washington, 111., and two grandsons, Melvin and Thomas Shupe, Clarion. Girl From Meservey Singer in Jubilee Concert at L S. T. C. _CEDAR FALLS -- C a r o l i n e Kampman, daughter of the Rev. and Mrs. E. Kampman, Meservey, was one of the participants in the Cecilian Golden Jubilee concert presented at the Iowa State Teachers auditorium Thursday evening. Each year the Cecilians present an anniversary concert. This year's program marked the 50th year in its existence and was attended by many alumnae, former members o"f the Cecilians. In keeping with the celebration of 50 years from 1889 to 1939 the Cecilians sang only music of contemporary musicians living at that period. Miss Kampman, a sophomore at Teachers college, is studying elementary education. · "Torzan" Held Up His Bank FORMER GARNER RESIDENT DIES Conduct Funeral of Mrs. Anna Hartke, 86, in M. E. Church GARNER--Funeral services for Mrs. Anna Hartke, 86, a former jarncr resident, were held Sun- lay at the Methodist Episcopal ;hurch in Garner with the pastor, :he Rev. V. V. Schuldt, officiating. Mrs. Hartke died Thursday at .he home of an adopted daughter, Mrs. Clarence Bernhard, at Monona, with whom she had made her home in recent years. The body arrived here for burial Sunday. Pallbearers were Will Kraus, Will Cast, Will Meckstroth, Fred Steiff, Fred Blackstone and Henry Moll. Burial was made at Concord cemeteVy. Among surviving relatives in Garner are Mrs. Minnie Josten, a sister, also Mr. and Mrs. Ted Tok- iicim, Mr. and Mrs. Art Kluckhohn, Mrs. Howard Duesenberg and Mrs. Louis Abele of Liberty township. Mrs. Hartke also had numerous relatives at Klemme and was an aunt of Mrs. Charles Busch of Mason City. t- ?',TM Kelson - President oE the bank at Powell, Vfyo., in which fcarl Tarzan' Durand was shot aflcr an attempted holdup, is a nephew of Miss Nellie Nelson of the Broadway cafe at Eagle Grove Aelson was used as a shield by Duranfl. The desperado was shot by a 11 year old youth as he left the bank, then shot himself in the head. Rudd Woman Descendant of Daniel Boone and Custer RUDD--Mrs. Emory Allen will celebrate her 78th birthday anniversary Saturday, April 1. Mrs. Allen was born in Boone county, Ind. When 6 years old she moved to Grundy county. Mo., where she lived for 10 years, then moved to Harrison county. Her father was a second cousin of Daniel Boone and also of General Custer. Her great-grandmother Custer was made a prisoner by the Indians, lied on a pony and taken to Montreal from Kentucky. Pris- oners were exchanged but when she was within a day's journey of her husband, she died. Mrs. Allen moved to Kansas at the age of 19 and there met and married Emory James Allen. A daughter, Mrs. Myra Sanders, lives with hen: When they came to Iowa, Rudd was their postoffice and throughout the years they have never changod their address. In 1917 they moved from their farm northeast o£ Rudd to their house in Rudd. MRS. ASKELAND DIES SUDDENLY Rites of Lake Mills Woman, 61, Will Be Held on Wednesday LAKE MILLS--Mrs.* Andrew Askeland, 61, died suddenly Sat- urday morning at her home west of town o£ heart disease. She is survived by her husband and daughters, Helen, -at home Ruth at Des Moines, and sons Olaf, · Anders--, arid ' Art, · and four grandchildren. Funereal s e r v i c e s will be held Wednesday afternoon at the home at 1 o'clock and 2 o'clock at Salem Lutheran church in charge o£ the pastor, the Rev. Joseph L, Knutson. Talks to Algona Club on Safety OLIVER S. REILEY SERVICES FOR NUN TUESDAY Sister Mary Ligori, 68, Was Native of Chickasaw County N E W H A M P T O N--Funeral services will be Tuesday 'morning at Cedar Rapids for Sister Mary Ligoi-i, 68, who died Saturday evening from a paralytic stroke. For more than a quarter of a century Sister Ligori was superior at St. Bel-Chan's seminary near Marion, a private boarding school for boys under 15 years o£ age. The nun was born Bridget Kearney, daughter o£ David and Sarali McGinnis Kearney on a farm in Chickasaw county on Feb 14, 1E71. In 18D3 she joined the sisterhood with the Mercy Order. Surviving are two sisters, Mrs. Sarah Dendlingei- o£ 'Omaha, Nebr. Mrs. William Murphy of New Hampton and a brother, Michael Kearney of Lawler. Former Resident of Mclntire Succumbs KcINTIRE -- Funeral services for Nortom Chamberlain, 35, formerly of Mclntire, were held Sunday afternoon at the Meyer funeral home at Austin, with burial in Austin. He died in an Austin hospital a day before his thirty- sixth birthday. WOMAN'S CLUB PICKS OFFICERS Mrs. H. E. Woodward of Whittemore New President of Club ALGONA--Mrs. H. E. Woodward of Whittemore was elected president of the Algona Woman's club at the regular meeting held Friday afternoon at the public library. Other officers elected were Mrs. A. E. Kresenshy, first vice president; Mrs.,C. C. Shie'rk, second vice president; Mrs. Albert Granzow, corresponding secretary- Mi's. D. C. Hutchison, treasurer; Mrs. D. T. Nugent recording secretary; and Mrs. L. W. Keith, historian. Oliver S. Reiley, secretary of the Chamber -of Commerce at Marshalltown was the guest speaker and spoke on safety. Mr. Reiley was the former secretary of the Algona Chamber of Commerce. Billy and Joan Godden gave a piano duet and Mrs Wayne Wright a piano solo. 60 Attend Farewell · Meeting at Greene for Minister. Wife GREENE -- Sixty persons attended the local Eastern Star farewell reception and 6:30 o'clock picnic dinner held Friday as a courtesy for the Rev. and Mrs. F. A. Munneke, who leave soon for their new home at Coggan. Members of the local Presbyterian church served a noon dinner in their honor in the church dining room Sunday. JUDGE GRAVEN TALKS AT JOICE "Bumper Business in Crime" Is Subject Discussed at Church JOICE--At a public meeting of the Lutheran Brotherho.od at Bethany church Friday evening Judge Henry N. Graven spoke of the past year's bumper business m crime and the prospects of more business in the future. Mr. Graven stated that six out of 10 of the children who go wrong come from homes broken by divorce and that many of the divorces come from runaway marriages and marriages performed by a justice of the peace. "Ninety-eight per cent of church going people are not seen in court Only 2 per cent of the church goers including those who go only at Easter, at Christmas and funerals are found in court." "A stream can rise no higher than ils source. A country can rise no higher than its homes. If we ao not build up our Christian homes we will sink." Judge Graven stated he thought he could "faintly detect a rising interest in the church" because m times of trouble we huddle closer together." Music was furnished by a men's chorus. The meeting was attended by a large number of representatives from other local churches. Refreshments were served by the brotherhood. Mrs. J.R. Santee of Iowa Falls Is Dead IOWA FALLS--Mrs. Joseph R. Santee died at her home Saturday evening, following an illness of- several years. Mrs. Santee is survived by her husband, father, and by tiu-ee sisters and three brothers. Funeral services are being arranged. stuffiness of head COLDS IT'S AMAZING how Quick the tor- mentfag stuffinessof ahead coldbeglna to ease when you put a lew drops of va-tro-nol up each nostril. It reduces swelling, clears away stuffiness brtara comfort-lets you BREATHE again 1 BUT PJXT TIME, us« Va-tro-noi at the first sniffle or sneeze-to help PREVENT the development of many colds. JUST RFIW DROPS OF... ^^ VICKS VA-TRO-NOL CAMELS ARE BETTER FOR STEADY SMOKING. THEY'VE GOT MILDNESS AND GOOD TASTE TOO JUST WHAT I WANTED! I NEVER GET TIRED CAMELS FOR SMOKING PLEASURE AT ITS BEST Let up-Light up a Camel THE CIGARETTE OF COSTLIER TOBACCOS

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