The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on March 16, 1937 · Page 24
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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 24

Mason City, Iowa
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Tuesday, March 16, 1937
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J l 0 I -j I '1 *, I V i ;i -~i t TWENTY-TWO Safety, Traffic Demonstrations ^ , MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, MARCH 16 · 1937 , ' - e . 8 D N LY AT MIER WOLF SONS ARTHUR KRAGER GERALD KEISTER -nr r. i TJ TI ·', . · · --Mioto by look. . "· Earl «¥. a1 '' President of Iowa state safety council, with the assistance of Arthur t Krager, principal of Lincoln school, Gerald Kiester, director of boys' shop classes, and Miss Hazel Thomas county superintendent, have planned a. education demonstration to he staged between addresses by Dr. John Guv Fowlkes and William McKInloy' Bobinson Friday morning at the teachers convention. Charles City News Body of Hart to Be Brought to Charles City For Interment CHARLES CITY--The body of Charles W. Hart, one of the inventors of the tractor, will be brought from Missoula, Mont., to Charles City.where burial will take place · in Riverside cemetery beside his first wife. Word was re- 'ceived Monday of his death at the age o£- 66 years. Mr. Hart was born in Floyd county and .with the exception of a few years made his home here until 1917 when he retired' from the presidency, of the Hart-Parr company and moved to Montana. With C. H. Parr, who lives at Charles City, Mr. Hart started the first tractor factory in the world after they had worked out the idea while the university of Wisconsin. It was in 1902 they first placed on the market, the machine which revolutionized agriculture. The pioneering in the tractor industry was difficult as they had to design the machinery to make the tractors. After building up a market in the northwest they established a large foreign .trade and in July 1914 the capitalization was $2,500,000. About 'eight years ago.the factory merged ·with the Oliver Equipment company. Mr. Parr is now employed in the local office. Mr. Hart is survived by his wife and six children. He has a nephew, Albert Hart, who lives here and the family of'his deceased brother lives in Nora Springs. His parents were pioneers in Ulster township coming here from Wisconsin in 1871. Charles City to Vote on Swimming Pool Bonds · CHARLES CITY--There was only one ticket filed in the city election to be:held Monday, March 29. Mayor J. I. Scofield heads the list for re-election and a vote will also be taken whether or not bonds shall be issued to build a swimming pooL Voters must register for this election as a new ordinance was passed making this effective. Formerly · voters had to register and later this ordinance was rescinded. A couple of months ago the council again passed the registration requirement. The swimming pool proposition is for a bond issue not to exceed $30,000. Divorce Is Granted. CHARLES CITY--Before Judge T.'A. Beardmore went to Northwood Monday to hold court he granted a divorce to Carroll L. Zielsdorf from Lecna M. Zielsdorf on the grounds o£ cruel and inhuman treatment They were married in Charles City in 1933 and lived together until December 1936: Mr. Zielsdorf was given the custody of a six months old son, Allen. Charles City Briefs To Give Concert iVIiss liza Niemack, violinist and instructor in the music de- parlment of Iowa Slate college at Ames, will present a half hour program before the convention of the north central division of Iowa State Teachers association on Thursday in?. Her career as a famous violinist reads like a drama for she Jtos toured with success both in the United States and Europe. Besides playing many solo recitals, .Miss Niemack has appeared as soloist, with the New York symphony, the Cincinnati symphony orchestra, the Berlin Philharmonic, the Hamhurg orchestras and "others.: A few years ago 4,000 persons stood for an hour to hear her play at the Dvorak memorial monument in Spillville. before the G. V-. Black Dental Study club. ' -.Mrs. Mary Martin of Wayland is visiting at the home of her daughter, "Mrs'.Jens Grothe.' CHARLES CITY--County Attorney Jens Grothe filed an information against Gerald Earnist of Hudd, charging him with larceny in.the night time. It is claimed he stole a small sum pt money from the Cheney filling station in Nora Springs, Nov 3, 1936. He has been in jail since Nov. 19. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Gulick have rented a'house at 300 Ninth avenue and are starting housekeeping. They -were'married in the Little Brown church in Nashua last : week. Mrs. Gulick was Miss Clara-Royal. Jesse, Mclntpsh, who pleaded guilty to the illegal possession of liquor was fined 550 and costs ol $7.10. Joe'Cerwinski, son of Mr. and Mrs. O.'A. Cerwinski, is one of 28 men selected at Iowa State college to tour with the college glee club during the week of March 18 to 25. Weston Jones talked at the Ho- lary club on computing the state and federal income'tax'at the regular 'meeting Monday noon. Mr. and Mrs. Tony - Obermeier are the parents of a daughter born in the Cedar .Valley hospital. A/B 'Coacher,- Dale Twining, Harriet Juhl, Plainfield, Mrs. Minnie Dewitt, Rockford, had major operations in the hospital. Dr. A. L. Miller was in Des Moines Monday (o conduct a clinic on "Immediate Dentures" Wjiclow^bf Civil War Veteran at Wesley · · : Dies; in California ' WESLEY--Word was received here of .· the'.'death of Mrs. Nettie Turgeson, 92, which occurred suddenly at her home in Pasadena, Cal., Saturday. Mrs. Turgeson lived here until October 5, 1935, when she and her daughter, Mrs. Carrie Hedges, went to California .to; Jive. She died of heart disease. She leaves seven daughters of whom three are quite well known here, Mrs. C. M. Sage of Mason City, Mrs.'Milda.Niles of Cherokee, and Mrs. Carrie Hodges. Mr. Turgeson; was the-last Civil war veteran in the Wesley community and died four years ago. Frances Darrow, 85, Is Buried at Cresco C R E S C O--Funeral services were held Tuesday for Miss Frances Darrow, 85, who died Sunday The Rev. W. H. Mitchell of the Methodist church officiated at the last rites. She was born in Vermont June 4, 1851, a daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Darrow, early pioneers of Howard county, settling in Albion township, north of the present Cresco in 1855.. She had lived in Cresco for many years. . AMERICA'S SMARTEST! ADD-A-P1ECE FURflITU RE Halvorsons of Rake Return From Norway .HAKE _ Mr. and. Mrs. Anfin Halvorson and family returned to Rake Sunday evening 1 after a. six months' visit in Norway with his parents and other relatives. Chris Erdahl and Arnt Rake went to Minneapolis Sunday to meet them. The Halvorson family,' who sold their farming equipment last fall, will move to town to the upstairs apartment at the Mrs. K.'K."Herein residence. Methodist Aid Meets. ·WODEN--The Methodist Ladies aid met at the home of Mrs. Henry Bode Friday afternoon, A potluck luncheon was served. Fashion-Flow---one of'the loveliest themes ever to come from a designer's dream. New, different furniture you've always wanted! Smart, modern, .beautifully proportioned, strikingly simple... so very livable.-. 9O D I F F E R E N T G R O U P I N G S Fashion-Flow will suit you perfectly, for you choose it by f/ie pi'ece. Just those that fit your room, that please your taste. A complete bedroom or a single piece! You can add more any time. So wide is your selection it is truly possible to create 90 different bedroom groupings with Fashion-Flow! , 3 G O R G E O U S F I N I S H E S You'll like Fashion-Flow walnut for your boy's room, Fashion-Flow cherry for daughter's room, the guest room--Fashion-Flow mahogany with blond maple tops for your room. Highest quality of course --hand-rubbed woods, heavy plate mirrors, full dust'proof construction, water fall .contours^ Plan your bedroom in our beautiful Fashion-Flow Hall today i Furnish it on our easy term plan! ONLY IN EACH PIECE IN WALNUT ! , copjzighred 1937. B.P.Joha Furniture Corporation. MIER WOLF SONS

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