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March 29, 1939

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 3

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WEDNESDAY, MARCH 29, 1939 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE ~' - _ .. . . _ . . . . ._ ~ '*"·*·»-' "W ·* » -WA.-I- -*- X-t JLJ V/ 3-J J_J~ VJ^AtJJj i J J'j HOME PROJECT LEADERS WILL MEET AT GARNER APRIL 13 DATE FORGATHERING Mrs. Wynne Jacobs Will Preside at Annual Conclave GARNER--Mrs. Wynne Jacobs, d i s t r i c t committee woman, will preside at an annual contact meeting lor home project club leaders of Hancock · county to be held in Garner Thursday, April 13, according to an announcement made by Mrs. Florence Ferguson, home demonstration agent. Chairmen, publicity, music and health chairmen from all townships of the county are expected to attend the annual contact meeting. Mrs. Ferguson announced a series o£ meetings for club leaders to be held in the next few weeks at which time plans for the annual Hancock county Achievement day will be made. Ell and Liberty chairmen and leaders will meet Tuesday, April 11; Madison and Ellington officers, Wednesday, April 12; Twin Lake and Avery, Friday, April 14; Concord and Garfield, Monday, May 1; Magor and Amsterdam, Tuesday, May 2; Britt and Erin, Wednesday, May 3; Boone and Orthel, Thursday, May 4; and Bingham and Crystal, Friday, May 5. At each of the meetings special feature booths and program numbers for the various townships will be arranged. Luverne Students to Compete in Contest LUVERNE -- The local h i g h school band, the girls' glee club and a chamber group of woodwind instruments and others wil take part in the annual subdistricl music contest to be held at Burt Thursday, Friday and Saturday o: this week. The chamber group of the woodwind instruments consists of Erwin Meyer, Katherine Dimler, Richard Brink and Arlo Dehnert. Baritone euphonium solo Doris Eggleston, flute solo, Katherine Dimler, French horn solo Barbara Wolf, clarinet solo, Erwin Meyer. Hog House on Farm Destroyed by Fire THOMPSON -- The large hog faduse on the A. T. Keil farm wa ; destroyed; by. fire Tuesday. Origin of the r fire wasJunknown. · - 'As Mrs.-Kelt was preparing thj noonday meal she noticed smok and, flames doming through th windows of the house. The fire company at Fores City was called, but nothing coulc be saved. Several small pigs wen burned. The structure was insured The Keil home is five miles south west of Thompson. . E. Davenport Is Elected Mayor at 'Ail-Writein" Vote GENEVA--Since no candidates iled papers preceding the local municipal election, voters had to ·rite in all names. F. E. Davenport was elected mayor to succeed H. T. Page. The councilmen were W. F -iaurer, B. F. Hicks, Les Mitterer, toward Richards and Glenn Jones, ones being a new member, re- ilacing L. D. Clock. Henry Reeve s assessor and C. M. Lambert, reasurer. OVERCOME AS HOUSE BURNS Farmer in Woden Vicinity Is Taken to Mercy Hospital WODEN--John Ward was overcome by smoke while trying to ex- inguish a blaze at his home Tuesday morning about 5 S'clock at his "arm southeast of Woden. He was .aken to Mercy hospital at Mason City where he was placed in an oxygen tent. The fire was of unknown origin Considerable damage was done io an upstairs room, where it was believed the fire started. A dresser was destroyed by the blaze and also the floor of the room. There was some damage to other parts o£ the house caused by the heavy smoke. Relative of Belmond Woman IsKilled at Huntington Park, Cal. BELMOND--Word was received here by Mrs. Arthur C. Hinman that her brother-in-law, Charles L. Dunn o£ Huntington Park Colo., had been killed. Mrs. Hinman left Tuesday afternoon for Omaha to meet he brother, Walter McGrann. · They will go to California tc attend the funeral. Mrs. Hinrna will remain indefinitely. Halverson Couple Is Honored at Shower RAKE--A large crowd of rela tiyes and friends attended a post nuptial shower given iiiThonor c Mr. and' Mrs.. Marian ;Halyerso: at the Liberty^ Lutheran dhurc parlors Monday evening. Mrs. P Okerland gave a 1 talk and a vo cal solo, "I Love You Truly" wa sung by Inna Mae Okland. Re freshments were served after th many gifts were shown. IONDUCT RITES OR RUDD MAN Henry Pomeroy Was Charter Member of Methodist Church RUDD--Funeral services for ienry Pomeroy \ycre held at the "ludd M. Er church Tuesday at 2 'clock with Dr. Will Kirwin in harge. Burial was in the Rudd emetery. Pallbearers were M. A. Kalen, Jeorge Millard, Otto Kollman, 'red Lacoste, E. H. Bartz and W. '. Frevert. A mixed quartet, Mrs. I. W. 3die, Miss Verna Zimmerman, van Bartz and Paul Stalker sang 'Face to Face" and "One Sweetly Solemn Thought," the same songs vhich his late wife had selected or her funeral songs. Mrs. Helmuth Kamin was pianist, Mrs. Paul Stalker and Mrs. J. Kollman vere the flower committee. Mr. Pomeroy was active in church work until his health 'ailed, being a charter member of the Rudd M. E. church. He was also active in the. affairs of the community, being: a trustee o£ the cemetery association for 20 years, also a member of the town council for 20 years and agent for the Town Mutual Insurance company. He is survived by one sister, Mrs. Clara Sanders of Charles City, and one brother, F. H. Pomeroy of Buffalo Center, and many other relatives and friends. Two Brothers and one sister preceded him in death. Services of Cresco Teamster Held at Evangelical Church CRESCO -- Funeral services were held Tuesday afternoon al the Evangelical church for Frank Bronner, who died at his home in Cresco Sunday night at the age of 70. His pastor, the Rev. A. L Walker, officiated with burial at Cedar Hill cemetery near Zion church, Albion township, eigh' miles north o£ Cresco. Mrs. Bronner survives. A daughter, Mrs. H. \V. Rutherford preceded him in death a few months ago. Mr. Bronner was a teamster in Cresco for many years. Rites of Forest Cityan Thursday FOREST CITY--Funeral services for Leo Nelson, Forest Citj jeweler, will be held at the Im manuel Lutheran church Thurs day afternoon of this week at . o'clock. The Rev. B. A. Benson wil be in charge of the services. Whiskers Don't Bother Me' MRS, GELNER'S SERVICES HELD Conduct Last Rites of Austria Native in Catholic Church FOREST CITY--Services were held Monday at 9:30 at the St. James Catholic church for Mrs. Edward Gelner, who died at her farm home west of Fertile, March 23. Burial was made in the St. James cemetery. Mrs. Gelber was born in Austria Aug. 25, 1801, and came to this country in 1912. The following year she was united in marriage to Ed Gelner. She is survived by her husband four daughters, Mrs. Raymond Kirschbaum of Fertile, and Dorothy, Geneva and Vera at home; her mother, a brother, a step-sister and two step-brothers all of Petersdorf, Sudetenland. Two grandchildren also survive. One daughter died in infancy. owon to Talk to Boston Club Whiskers don't bother me," that refrain from a well known sone, might well be the conversational keynote in the above scene in which Esther BesterfeH, waitress in Green's cafe at LeRoy, Minn., illustrates that she doesn't mind the growth on the features of Carl Oby, one of the members of LeRoy's famed Whisker club. A group of ;C??o y /J! en ' membcr s of the club, have vowed not to shave until the Old Settlers' celebration, which is scheduled in June Services for Mrs. Luanda Hauser, 80, Held at Luverne LUVERNE--Mrs. Lucinda Hauser, 80, died at the Kossuth hospital, Algona, Monday morning. She is survived by three daughters, Mrs. M. L. Barton and Mrs. James Godfrey both of Luverne, Mrs. Viola Schultz, Livermore, and two sons, Fred of VInton and George of Cedar Falls. Funeral services were held at the Evangelical church, Luverne, Wednesday afternoon at 2:30, the Rev. E. R. Walter in charge. Burial was in the Luverne cemetery. Becomes 111 on Way , Home for Vacation; Is Forced to Return ST. ANSGAR -- Miss Frances Peshak, who teaches music in the Riverdale School of Music, New York City, became il! with flu at Akron, Ohio, on her way home to spend the Easter vacation at the parental Sylvan Peshak home, vacation time being so short that after remaining a few days in a hotel at Akron she was obligee to turn back to New York City without visiting at home. It won't fly A N K E U S C a . B U S C H Katirt of lit What a waste of time, says Age- building contraptions that won't run and making plans that won't work. Wasting time? Not at all! These youngsters are showing us how to look facts and fate right in the eye. Failures can't squelch true courage. Today's errors are the ABC's that spell Tomorrow's success for all of us Discouragement ^can't undercut confidence when we see Hfe as an inviting program. Precious spirit of youth! It made America! Isn't it more precious than ever when the calendar says, "Look how old you are!" and the heart answers back, "I am young in. spirit"? Budweiser ofi /a cbuf ofitt M A K E T H I S T E S T DRINK Budweiser FOR FIVE DAYS. ON THE SIXTH DAY TRY TO DRINK A SWEET BEER. YOU WILL WANT Budweiser's FLAVOR THEREAFTER. - earn. Dr. J.F.Walter Is Again Re-EIected as Vlayor of McGregor McGREGOR--Serving the town )f McGregor as mayor for the past .0 years Dr. J. F. Walter was re- ilected for another term at the election held here Monday. Before -hat Dr. Walter's father. Dr. John Walter, held the office for 21 years. Two councilmen, Ben Tayek and Harry Gerndt, who went into office with Dr. Walter 10 years ago were also re-elected. With 125 votes cast for a straight ticket the vote was considered light IRE DESTROYS INANT HOUSE Puppy Perishes in Blaze on Farm in Vicinity of Algona ALGONA -- Fire of unknown rtgm destroyed the tenant house ccupied by Mr. and Mrs. Robert I'Leary Monday night about 9 'clock at the Brown's Dairy Farm ' miles south of Algona. Neither of IB O'Learys was in the house at le time of the blaze. Only a pair of overshoes from ie back porch was saved from ie house and a young puppy perched in the flames. The house ,'as covered by insurance. The Algona fire department ucceeded in saving other nearby mildings. Loren Brown operates he dairy. ie $70 Is Taken From Desk in Office of Company at Hampton HAMPTON--Officers Tuesday were attempting to obtain fingerprints from the desk in the Farm Products office in an effort to obtain clews as to thieves who early Tuesday morning took a money bag containing about $70 in currency and checks from the desk drawer. The drawer had been pried open after the top of it was bent down Miss Phyllis Jennings, bookkeeper discovered the theft. Manning W. Howe]], owner and manager, stated that he did no know how entrance was gained. Sheffield Club to ~ Meet on Thursday SHEFFIELD--T h e Thursdaj Study club will will meet with Mrs. J. W. Rust Thursday afternoon. Mrs. H. O. Webb will hav. the lesson on "Women as Nurses. 1 HOLD RITES OF BURR OAK MAN Sylvester Wilbur Dies at Home in Wmneshiek County DECORAH -- Funeral services vere held Tuesday afternoon for Sylvester Wilbur, 88, of Burr Oak, vho died Sunday at the county iome. The services were held in the arlors of the Winneshiek County Burial association and were in charge of the Rev. Otto Schmidt. Burial was made in the Burr Oak cemetery. Mr. Wilbur had been a resident of \Vinneshiek county for 75 years. 3is wife was ihe former Florence White of Burr Oak. WASHINGTON, (IP)--Senator Guy M. Gillette (D., Iowa) will address the Iowa club at Boston, Mass., April IS. Mrs. Sylvia Rud Is Interred at Decorah DECORAH -- Funeral services were held on Wednesday for Mrs Sylvia Reed. o£ Burr Oak, whc died Monday at the John Rollin: residence in Burr Oak, where sin was employed. Chapin Ladies Aid Will Meet Thursday CHAPIN--The Methodist Ladie Aid society will hold its last al day meeting and dinner of th season in the church basemen Thursday. Mrs. James Law i chairman of the dinner committee Mrs. Eric Knutson, 72, Eagle Grove, to Be Buried Thursday E A G L E G R O V E -- M r s . Eric Knutson, 72, died at her residence Monday. Funeral services will be held Thursday at the East Side Lutheran chui-cli, in charge of the Rev. T. J. Severtson, with burial in Rose Hill cemetery, Eagle Grove, by Kubitschek and Kastler. She is survived by the husband, six sons and three daughters. She was born in Stavanger, Norway. 90 Ye^r Old Woman Dies at Hampton as Result of Fall HAMPTON--Mrs. August Sehae- fer, 90, died at her riome Tuesday morning as the result oE a fall a week ago in which she fractured her hip. BAKE SALE NETS 510 6 WESLEY--The Willing Workers circle of the Methodist Ladies Aid cleared $10.40 at its bake sale held Saturday at the Charles Kraus store. / Plymouth Landmark Being Wrecked After Sixty Years PLYMOUTH--An old landmark on South Broadway street, in which John Gottlieb started a blacksmith and wagon shop nearly 60 years ago and continued to operate until his death about 15 years ago, but which has since been vacant is being wrecked by his son-in-law, Gilbert Peshak. The lumber will be used to repair buildings on his farm two miles north of town. Mrs. Dyrland Rites Planned at Decorah DECORAH -- Funeral services will be held Thursday afternoon for Mrs. Ralph Dyrland, who died Tuesday morning at the hospital in Yankton, S. Dak., after an illness o£ two weeks. The services will be held in the Olson-Iverson funeral home, with the Rev. O. Glesne officiating. Burial will be made in the Lutheran cemetery. 1.98 Dresses You'd expect to pay more for such ·mart rayon dresses 1 Print and solid colors--so pretty you'll wear them everywhere! Tiny waists, flaring skirts! Boleros I Basque- waists! Sale ends Saturday night 1 Sizes from 12 to 44. BtMtr Doyen DTMII 3.98 NEW! Spelling Bees Come Back HUTCHIKSON, Kans., (U.PJ-- Reno county rural schools are turning to old fashioned spelling bees for entertainment and education. LEARNS OF DEATH THOMPSON--Mrs. H. F. Crawford received word Tuesday that her mother died at her home in Indiana. Her mother has been in poor health for a long time. SITE IS SELECTED ANAMOSA, UP)--Officials announced the property across from the city hall had been chosen for the site of the new postoffice building here. Know Your State A Fact a Day About lowoy! Iowa abounds in natural beauty. Us scores of charming lakes: its great system of scenic and well kept state parks; and the rugged bluffs that border its great rivers, offer vacationists all they could ask. Brooder Shoulder Styles--IN BOXY COATS! MANNISH SUITS! 98 B NEW! High or Shallow Crowns IN PRETTY NEW HATS 1 So p r e t t y -- a n d so low priced you'll want one for every dress! Brimmed styles and toquos-fairly smothered with veils, flowers and bows! New Spring shades. It's hard to believe they're so low-priced! Full length swaggers and trim little boxy coats I Man-tailored 2-picce suit! toot Light-weight wool and rayon in the newest Spring colon. Styles for everyone. Sizes from 12 to 20. BtHw Coort. lilt i 11-46. Toppw SuHi tool I2-7O . . . 7.It NORTH IOWA'S LARGEST DEPARTMENT STORE 102-4-6 South Federal Ave. Telephone 860 or 851

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