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Tuesday, March 31, 1931
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H SCTOOL STUDENTS W1JLL UN \JK t IS TO BE \ | MAY 7-9 ' res of 40 Iowa i t \reExpected i Present. i ' ] 31.--The'- annual 'sts for high school annual congress of ^·mera of America · owa State college 'fording to A. H. \or in vocational 'hair man. ! l - school voca- j students. More Veers will be repre Jcate sessions. The Ito all high schoo HI include: Grain Spring, - farm me- jhluding concrete v\H', rope work anc find demonstration Jfarmers alone an -Jiapter contest ant pntest in which the lacviss a! problem o Aural significance, /conference will b I time in connection I farmer conference igate sessions wil }ind 8. during which }ys will be given th l Farmer," the high | the state organiza t 3 jtes Are garble Rod March 31.--Fu Mrs. Peter Se Mdenly at he e^ c !:.3mng, were hel afternoon i . Inman nov 's.'^Sebaugh is sur iband, ar daughter __it,'. two sons. Oil! ·5ugh % , two sisters, Mrs , jrner of Marble Hoc rgline Gates of 'Califor 3f/Frank ' , s at Carpente '. Marrft SI .-L."Mrs , March 31.|died Sunday jf'ss yv\th pneu: 5 'not been $886,360 RICHER! Here Is Clayton Woods of Buffalo, N. Y., who won a prize of 5886,360, according to official figures of the Irish sweepstakes in the Grand National Steeplechase at Liverpool, England. Woods had a ticket on Gregalach which finished second. Body of Woman, 80, Taken to Wisconsin After Rites Are Held. OSAGE, March 31.--Mrs. Eliza beth Nelson, an aunt of Mrs. O. C Myrhe, who died at the Rev. Mr Myrhe's home Saturday after a long illness, wag buried intjjNelson, Wis She was 80 years of age. She cam to this country f ron}* Norway and lived at Nelson. For:*14 iears BJ made her home with herrniece, Mrs Myhre. A short service was held a the Shelledy funeral home: Monda; morning and the body taken to Nel son for burial beside her husband. Plan Potato Market Conference. DULOTH, March 31. ' - RITES HELD FOR LAWLER WOMAN Mrs. Anna Kant Dies After Stroke; Is Survived by Two Sons. LAWLER, March 31.--Mrs. Anna Kant, two miles north of Lawler, who died Sunday afternoon, was buried this morning. Her death was caused by a stroke Thursday. She leavea two eons, Mathew, who lives north of Lawler, and Oswald, at home. Funeral services were held in Our Lady of Mt. Carmel' church, the Rev. J. D. O'Donnell officiating. Choirs and Chorus at Decorah Give Concert DECORAH, March 31. /B-Easter week was ushered in here Sunday evening hy the combined choirs of the two Lutheran churches of the city and the Luther college chorus which appeared in concert under the direction of Prof. Theodore Nickle, director of tlie Luther college chorus. The combined chorus included 120 voices and was accompanied by two pianists, Miss Catherine Hustvedt and Caroline Jacobson Moe, both of Decorah. Hoon Elected Head of Titonka School TITONKA, March 31.--C. A Hoon of Dickens has been elected superintendent of the Titonka consolidated school for the coming year. Mr. Hoon is at present superintendent of the Lake Center consolidated school near Dickens, a position he has held for two years He is a married man with a family of two small children. Mr. Tidman who has been superintendent at Titonka. for three years, did not wish to be considered an applicant foi the position. Harvey Roy, Rudd^ Hurt : . When Kicked by Horse UtTDD, March 31.--Harvey Ro; wa^s kicked Saturday morning by ; hoirse. He was unconscious for some time and is in bed with a badly in jursd back. \ Succumbs in Cedar Rapids. . Confirm blarch 31. -- A o boys was c ig at the Presbyferla* other: pnierof the neiot Arrowhe fe.helh \fanesday- a '""' station country wil!' ! Northwest; ; Duluth '' ROCKFORD, March 31.-- Wor was! received by relatives of Mr: Marir J. Orourke, Cedar Rapids, o her ileatli Monday from he^* dis followi)"' 'Ji^.stJ'o' - at'-wTRura Mrs. u r o u r k e i s the motneiTofcMatthew, Benjamin, Dav- t c i Orourke and Mrs. HERE AND THERE * * * * * * » » o * * * * * * * * * Miscellaneous Items From 100 Globe^Gazette Correspondents in North Iowa and Minnesota Twin Is Buried. SWALEDALE--Mr. and Mrs. Edward Crabb buried one of their twin hildren Sunday afternoon in the ^leasant Valley cemetery. Visit at Vinton. CARPENTER--Emery Vick, Hazie Robertson and daughter, Lucile, drove to Vinton Sunday for a visit at the Henry Larsen home. Spring Vacation Given. GLENVILLB, Minn.--Pupils and :eachers are enjoying a week's spring- vacation. Some of the teachers who returned to their homes were Miss Sherman at Sherburn, Miss Caldwell to Minneapolis and Miss Sauer to Duluth. Ill at Bristow. BRISTOW--Bobby High, young son of Mr. and Mrs. John High, is 11 with flu and pneumonia at his home here. Is Minnesota Student. BELMOND--Donald and Madoni McNulty have been spending their spring vacation from the University of Minnesota at the parental Thomas McNulty home. Miss Marion McNulty, also a student, spent her vacation with a friend. Ladies Aid to Meet. PLYMOUTH--The Ladies Aid society of the Methodist church meets Wednesday in the church parlors, entertained by Mesdames Bliem, Harmon and Ed Chehock. Teacher Has I'neumoniia. CARPENTER -- Julius Tesch Grafton, is substitute teacher for Parker Hegg, who has been ill with pneumonia. Arrives From Minneapolis. LYLE, Minn.--Miss Agnes 'Gleason of Minneapolis has arrived for a visit at the Charles Howard home Celebrate Wedding Anniversary. GLENVILLE, Minn. -- A few friends surprised Mr. and Mrs. Wilton Greengo on their tenth wedding anniversary. Goes to Center CLARKSVILLE -Reynolds left Monday __, 1 ........,,_,.._,, visit with her parents, Mr.'.and Mrs W. C. Neighbor at Center Point. ;· Visits with Parents." 1 , ;;,-:··:.- BRISTOW -- Alwyii. T'j .Stewarl arrived Sunday from Centerviile fo; a week's visit with hiS'p"arents;'Mr and Mrs. Charles S. Stewart,'?''?.·:.; Will Give Prograira. :; jy'U : v ( '' BELMOND--A grptip :5bf ,'ipieppli from the M. E. chur^liwiil^imper senate the Seth Parke'rt'grQ v up;afcth ·; rfmt has wd JKraes . "JJlfank Psulus all living in this lo- Tjte funeral will be held at cnurcli;- .'.' Is Dl at Hospital. LYLE, Minn.--Mrs. Rena ^,'"T" er is reported as quite ill at St. C. hospital where she underwent operation last week. YOUR IOWA One- Interesting Fuct Every Day About the State Vou Are Proud to Call Your Own! Iowa expends 59.50 per cent of ts taxation revenue for school purposes, 27.77 per cent for institutions operated under the state board of control, 4.72 per cent for administration purposes, 3.39 per cent for administration of justice, social and miscellaneous expense, 2.26 pe' cent, and regulatory expense, 1.64 cent. i 111 nt Hoqiitnl. FLOYD -- Mrs. Lena Colwell is ill at the Cedar Valley hospital. Goes to Webster City. OSAGE-- Mrs. Will Gardner left for Webster City to care for her daughter, Mrs. William Naden, and also her mother, Mrs. Welden, who is also ill at the Naden home. Daughter Is Born. AREDALE -- Mr. and Mrs. Fred Schreiver are the parents of a girl born to them early Friday morning. Honored at Shower. LUVERNE -- A shower was given by Mrs. Kelsey Burtis at her home honoring Florence Wermerson, who is soon to wed Wayne Dorn- herger, Miller, S. Dak. The, evening was spent playing progressive rook Mrs. Archie Sanford winning high score and Leoua Ranius the consolation prize. Study Club Meets. CALMAR -- The Study club met Monday afternoon at the home ot Mrs. Ralph Wcssleman. Given Farewell Party. Dows -- Mr. and Mrs. Dan Mood plan to move to Shellsburg today Mr. Moody has been section bos. here. The Tridens held a farewel surprise party for Mrs. Moody. Visit at Grafton. URAFTOV-- Mrs. Louis Schotter bach and son of Cedar Rapids ar visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs John Bork. In Substitute Teacher. FLOYD-- Will Caaey is substitut ing as teacher in the Floyd schoo in Mrs. Colwell's room this week. / Are From Hollandale. ALEXANDER-- Mr. and Mrs. Jo Veeder and daughters, Virgin! th and Lorraine of Hollandale n., visited Mr. and Mrs. Nel pids Wednesday morning Go to Independence. =a4r_an4 r Mr^.q£Qrg: ..·^·^nanScsr jl^itij Return from California. GOLDFIELD--Mr. and Mrs. A. D Beisell, who have been spending the vinter with relatives and friends in California, returned Sunday. v Returns From Trip. CALMAR--W. Boettcher returned Sunday evening from a business trip o Fenton. 35 Are Confirmed. GRAFTON--A class of 15 were onfirmed at the local church Sunday. Como From 'Minneapolis. PLYMOUTH--Mr. and Mrs. Lee rleironimus and children of Minne- .polis are here spending their Easter vacation with Mr. Heironimus' 'ather. and mother, Mr. and Mrs. J. Heironimus. Class Is Entertained. ALEXANDER--The Delta Alpha Sunday school class was entertained at the home of Mrs. Buckwaller. hostesses were Mrs. Fred Larsen. Mrs. Charles Bucltwalter and Miss Jessio Bell. More Nenr Stacyville. OSAGE--A newly wedded couple :rom Austin, Mr. and Mrs. William Miller are moving to the Dave Palmer farm near Stacyville. Mrs. Miller is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Smalley of Austin. Services are Held. AREDALE--Passion week is being: observed in the M. E. church with services every night except Saturday night, the Rev. J. J. Gough of Bristow assisted in these meetings. Visit With Grandmother. MITCHELL--Mr. and Mrs. Henry Walston and family also Mr. Walston's sister, Mrs. Ruth Cole of St. Charles, Minn., are visiting their grandmother, Mrs. Jane Chambers. Are From Minneapolis. PLYMOUTH--Mn and. Mts Har ry Armstrong and son/ Jay, ot Mm ncapolis drove here.fojf if tfiw, day; visit with their p^aven^s, ilr. and Mrs. J. L; Stevens and*"Mr. and Mrs. Charles Armstrong 1 *^ '* ,* Return to Homo,'* CARPENTER--Mrs. McCarthy, who has spent most of the Winter with her daughter, Mr aild MrS John Meyers has returned; to her home at Sigourney. " · Crew Is Dclaje'd. V^ RUDD--A Fox Construction J K pany road crew, enroute ffom Forest City to Grundy Center, waa'de T layed in Rudd because of the Snowstorm. About 30 mules \vere-, cov-r railed at the stock yards One_inem- of the-erew, einui Pins Are Awarded to Boys Qualified as Scouts at Titonka TITONKA, March 31.--Boy Scout pins were awarded to boys who have qualified aa scouts under the direction of the scoutmaster, the Rev. L. G. Gartner and his assistant, Guido J. Sartor. The following boys comprise the first troop: Kenneth Carlson, Raymond Heifner, Harley Larson, Wilbur Godfredsen, Ernest Godfredsen, Arthur End- long, Edward Boyken, Merwyn Hansen, Woodrow Peterson, Henry Harms, John Gartner, Harold Gartner, Clifton Shultz, Clifford Krants and John Rippentrop. The first call was for boys 35 years and older. Boys more than 12 will now be asked to join. Jensen Sentenced in Bremer County Court WAVERLY, March 31--Nels Jensen was given a suspended sentence of six months in the Bremer county jail on a plea of guilty to a charge of obtaining property by falso pretenses, before Judge M. H Kepler in district court here. Jensen was paroled to Sheriff Frank Snger with 1 hia appeal bond set at ?200. OSAGE VICTIM OF BURNS IS BURIED Funeral Services Are Held for Mrs. Christiansen; Husband Survives. OSAGE, March, 31.--Mrs. Antoa Christiansen, 69, who died Saturday 'as a result of burns when her clothing caught fire from the lillcn- en stove three weeks ago, was buried this afternoon. She came here as a child from Renirlka, Norway, living in the Rock Creek community and later in the home of Judge Cleland in Oaage. She was married in 1888 to Anton Christiansen, who served the Osage schools 24 years as janitor. She is survived by her husband, three daughters and five sons. The funeral service was hold at the Osage Lutheran church, in charge of the Rev. T. P. Solem. 60 Present at Silver Anniversary at Stilson STILSON, March 31.--Mr. an^ Mrs. Joe Leerer celebrated ther silver wedding anniversary Sunda\ Sixty relatives - - - - ' - · · present. and friends c wei\ icepted a stejioj _/ne state ' k "'' CRESCO, . niajjvvrti'} has igBib^tgition at ylillcr-Jones presents the season's most popular Footwear Styles At Low Prices! ilrens'^Shoes Neaf, dressy, long wearing styles correctly fit will convince you of their real value. \ Sixes,51/2 to 11 M79$|99 I and | Goodyear 'Welts $2.49 Boys' Shoes Misses' Sixes ny 2 to a I and, } Goodyear Weltg $2.79 f ants'Shoes Mo $J49 loft Solei \ 49c ttible First tops 99c Vren's f u l l li, % length lockcttes of \i rayon. and S1ERY teams reg aormitor with eac| Styles as fresh as apring- timcl Ml the n e w e s t leathers a n d patterns, Pumps, straps, tics. Sea Sand Kid Broton Kid Black Kid Black Calfskin Patent Leatlier Manly styled oxfords of black or tan leathers, Sturdy long wearing soles. Children's Sizes S'/z to 11 $ H I Men's Shoes Miller-Jones men's shoes have all the style of high priced footwear. Black or tan leathers in very dressy or brogue patterns. EXPERT SI MEN'S SOX Rayon tif\ Lisle iUCpr. Sox 5 prs. $1 Silk and ^ayon, :dium or Light Weight. 3 prS. $1 19 South Federal Ave, services \vere helcl'ltoidiiy'tbrenocm at St. Joseph.'^·'G«UbUoV4hurch, Cresco, for the UitfMiti'cliildSjf Mr. and Mrs. Joseph\ of Cresco. The bll birth. Honored a'i CALMAR--MrsT. entertained at a It of Mrs. W. Boettcl Visits DOWS--Dicl*/ -J .. ... r r ,.._ helper, at Worthingnfc'|flij!ni, ited here Sunday. "SKfcJVv' : '·' ,·· Will Hold De^HoWjj-j ·:·# RUDD--The young/'^rtonJ^vwil meet at the M. E. ^cb^tt^'StalM o'clock Sunday mornmg^'foriijdSvJ^ tionals and an Easter'-ir^aWwjitmjf 10 the Sunday school '-w!jl cony(pe for a short time an i?aster program. A class will be tfken into church membership. The llfhted cross communion service will e in tho eevnlng. Visited in Floyd. FLOYD--Curtis Allen Rielardson returned to Mason City havirg spent hia vacation at the A. E. Lain home at Floyd. "Daughter Is Born") WHITTEMORE--A gi; / named Mary Ann, was born to Mg^md Mrs. Connie Doyle. They havcigine other child, a boy. . ;|j Goes to Evans t : /. OSAGE--Mrs. Myrtlp Killis went to Evanston, 111., to visuyaer daughter, Dorothy, who is a pitcher in the public schools there, faae will also visit her son, Randall at La Grange, Dl. Leaves for Detroit. AREDALE -- Julius Mahlstadt and Clarence Richfrd drove to Detroit. They left Sunday afternoon and expect to be away about one week. Services Are Arranged. CKESCO--Passion week will be observed at ths Cresco Congregational church from Wednesday to Sunday. The state superintendent, the Rev. P. A. Johnson of Grinnell will speak. Farm Bureau to M^et. FLOYD--A Farm Bureau meeting- will be held at the Howardville schoolbouso Tuesday evening, April 7 and will take the place of the regular Neighborhood ' chib meeting scheduled' frr Friday evening, April 3. ; Hand Hurt In Whlttcmore. WHITTEMORE--Peter 'TVtergen, son of Nic Jtergen, is suffering with a badly infected hand. He was attempting Jo crank an engine when his hand slipped and knocked some nkin off. Blood poisoning rapidly developed. Pageant Scene Is Given. RUDD--The fourth scene of the nageant, "Children of the Bible" was given Sunday night by Earl Kuhlemeier and Russell Dockstader with Donna Eichmeier as reader. After the scene, Mrs. Hillmnn, Carol Johnson and Irene Decker s-V-ig, with Mftrie Andersen at the \no. a resident 45 years'ago on a southwest of Rudd. Will Give Progrn.n. ' n . GLENVILLE, Minn--Ihe SunV school of the First Lutheran church will give an Easter program^ Fri- cay evening. Several Births Reported/ CLARKSVILLE--Mr. and Earl,Bolin have a I 1 ', pound biy horn Sunday. Mr. and Mrs^ Harold Hardy if Waterloo, a boy bo: """" d^y^J^V Hardy was formerly Vae TftaTtin of this plac Mrs. Ge\ r ff e Melbastad apolis, a\S' rJ born, Saturd»$r. Melbastad; wa3 formerly »*--·' Shofer of t his P'ace. 12 Are Conflr: TITONKA--A. class* confirme j Palm Sunday ',, ._,., church in Titonka by the Rev. gi. W. Schoenlein. Attend Aunt's Rites. CLARKSVILLE--Mr. and Mrs. George Haney and son, Darold, attended the funeral .of Mr. Haney's aunt, Mrs. Sarah Duke at De Witt, Sunday. Visits nt Truman. CORWITH--Dr. and Mrs. P. E. Wally visited John Wally at Truman, Minn., Sunday. Visits nt Plymouth. PLYMOUTH--Mrs. A. C. McLeod, who spent the winter in Minneapolis with her niece, Mrs. W. W. Claus, is here visiting. Suffered From Pneumonia. LYL13, Minn.--Mrs. I. L. Johnson arrived home from Osage, where she was confined to her bed with pneumonia. Goes to Vinton. SWALEDALE -- Mrs. George Hanks went to Vinton for a few days, her grandson, Joe, accompanied her. Culture Club Meets. RUDD--The Culture club met at the home of Miss Lela Armstrong Saturday afternoon. Because of the storm, only nine members were present. Mrs. Esther Cords spoke on Iowa's artists. Visit at VIntnn. CARPENTER--Ed Durkee and niece, Miss Pearl Hogan, were weekend visitors at Vinton. Ixuive on Tour. MARBLE ROCK--Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Reis and Mr. and Mrs. Russell Smith left for a week's trip to Washington, Annapolis and other points in the east. Routes Were Blocked. CLARKSVILLE--Arthur Fisher and Donald Knapp truckers, were unable to get over their milk routu from Friday until Sunday on account of snqw drifts between here and Waverly. Comes From Minneapolis. BRISTOW--Ted Hass came Sunday from Minneapolis to visit his narents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Hass. Returns to Minneapolis. BELMOND--Miss Helen Luick daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Luick, returned Sunday to Minneapolis, after spending her week's vacation from Minnesota university Choir Given Invitation. STILSON--The Rev. and Mrs. L. B. Foster and their choir have been invited Tuesday evening to the prn- Easter services at the U. B. churi-h at Goodell. ~\ !: NEW! SMART! STRICTLY MODERN! AAA lo E E E . . . Sim SW lo 9. ARISTOCRATIC S H O E S LISTEN I THE BILLIKEN Every Tuesday at National Broadcasting System-- This phantom \\inr ihows tho h i g h l y llmpllflod, roll nnu nit OF the. nBW Sarv afterward with Haj he guards .ty, carrying arrived at the d not recognize by the b itted Haggert "unmolested. jvas arrested herd jiorities who seize , narcotics shipped ond Time Police! Same "Hot" Coupf From St. Paul. o, i _ . - - · ime car came back bu Style Correctness » » pl^ge to squeeze thru quality » » plus ecpnomeven the second time. s of the police departm a Chevrolet coupe wltr That's what you'll find look about 1 o'clock Ti iKis new Phoenix homing and thinking the i . Here are its features ,»"» " hot " st °P ped lts -' low price. All silk | » Sheer 1 edge ' « f « n 3 -Narrow si ankle » Silif St. Paul, were arrested and fitted to theft of the car at 'anl. ... _ But the car had a familiar J |to policemen because they pi( Ithe game machine up Jan. 2 v {it was stolen from St. Paul oncd (fore. The automobile was rctu to St. Paul at that time and » Tipl-toe I mileage » driver apprehended here was died according to law and was able to accompany the car 01 second trip to Mason City. KI L i ' Now Schantle and Wagner Never has,your HOSM. ;,, ncW for st. Paul authori purchased such an ide^ nd the car, twice stolen froml nation of fashionable quPaul and twice recovered by 1 serviceability. Ask for hlice, will again be returned tJ in every new desirable me city. them taken away we have men in the_ue ' { / · ' V ' f?. \ .-use we nave jn«u »" ·-'·*- -- j't here who can tell a 'no' df Just putting their hands cj faughcd F. R. Sanford, cbiof C lice, Tuesday morninc. \

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