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April 29, 1936

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 8

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EIGHT MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, APRIL 29 · 1936 MRS. KLEMME, WINNESHIEK PIONEER, DIES IN RIDGEWAY WIFE OF FORMER STATE SENATOR Funeral to Be Conducted at Church Friday for Early Iowa Resident. R I D G E W A Y --Mrs. W. H. Klemme, 85, pioneer resident of Winneshiek county and wife of former State Senator Klemme, died at 7 o'clock Wednesday morning at the Decorah hospital. She had been at the hospital more than a week receiving treatment. Mary Augusta Holies was born Jan. S, 1851, at Pleasant Lake, Stuben county, Ind., the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Bolles. She came to Winneshiek county with her parents in 1867. They located at Bluffton and later came to Ridgeway, where Mr. Bolles operated a dry goods store for many years. On March 22, 1870, she was married to W. H. Klemme. They h'ved on a farm in Howard jounty two years before coming here to live. Her husband was a member of the house of representatives during the twenty-fifth, twenty-sixth a n d twenty-seventh general assemblies and the extra session. He was elected senator in 1926 and re-elected in 1931?. Also surviving is one daughter, Mrs. James G. Parker of Fayette. Funeral services will be conducted at the M. E. church Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock. :-: HERE AND THERE :-: Miscellaneous Items From 125 Globe-Gazette Correspondents in North Iowa and Minnesota Rites for Mrs. Hansen, 94, Are Conducted in Buffalo Center Church BUFFALO CENTER--F u n e r a 1 services for Mrs. Karrie Kristena Hansen, 94, who died Monday night after a long illness and several strokes, were held Wednesday afternoon in the Congregational church. She came to this section in 1875 and in 1892 to Buffalo Center. Her husband died in 1923. Surviving are one daughter, Mrs. Anna Bohl, nine grandchildren, 25 great grandchildren and eight great great grandchildren. Visitor From Minnesota. STILSON--Miss Helen Jeffords of Hopkins, Minn., is visiting at the Mr. and Mrs. L. Callison and Mrs. Anna Jeffords homes. Are Parents of Son. SHEFFIELD--Mr. and Mrs. S. H Biery are parents of a son born April 26. At Rochester for Operation. SWALEDALE--Mrs. Edward Moroney has gone to the Mayo hospital in Rochester, Minn., to undergo a major operation. Visitor From Araes. ALEXANDER--Willard Latham of Ames spent Saturday and Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Latham. Guests From Preston. ROCKWELL--Mrs. Robert Powers and Miss Rose Ormsby of Preston visited over the week-end with relatives at Rockwell and Dougherty. Mrs. Powers is a sister of Mrs. John Dolan of Dougherty, Miss Ormsby is a sister ' of Father Ormsby and after finishing her school year at Preston will make her home with him at Rockwell. Submits to Operation. BUFFALO CENTER _ Warren Mitchell, who underwent a mastoid operation the last part of the week, is gradually improving. John Freis- enberg, farmer living north of town, who has been in the hospital several weeks, is also showing improvement. Visit at Kose Creek. RUDD -- The Fred Muller and George Adrian families visited at the Earnest Miester home near Rose Creek, Minn., Sunday. Miss Mildred Zinser, Miss Hazel Bemis and Miss Anna Kohler of Estherville were guests Saturday of Mrs. Cora Wadsworth and daughter. 70th Birthday Observed. NORA SPRINGS -- Ira Roberts celebrated his seventieth birthday anniversary at his farm home southeast of town on which he was born and lived all his life. Two parties were given him by his two daughters, Edna and Mary, and relatives from this vicinity and from Mason city helped honor him. Given Surprise Party. RIDGEWA f -- A surprise party was held in honor of Miss Ona Melaas by friends and relatives at the Ole Melaas home Sunday. The guests brought baskets and a dinner was served at noon. Miss Melaas, who spent the winter at the Ole Melaas home will leave some- A D J U S T A B L E HIDDEN LAGERS Concealed lacing," e start* ling new idea in corsefay, now makes possible the slenderizing firm control of a front lacing with the smooth front of the suavest non-lacing garment. Conceals:* All-in-One,«it* futtntcd, "It of peach broc*dt, stmt'dclachcd bmticrc, with brocaded Ltilex front pantt. oY*r laecri. Talon f««ntd. Six«34 Professional; Cor;ef/ere$/ A SOLUTION OF EVERY CORSET DIFFICULTY MRS. M. HENLINE Here Thursday, Friday and Saturday Mrs. Henline's wide knowledge of modern corsetry, gained through years of experience, is at your disposal. North Iowa women, who have experienced difficulty in obtaining real comfort from their corset, ore invited to bring their problems to Mrs. Henline. Mothers, with young daughters to be corseted, will avoid regrets during later years by having them fitted by Mrs. Henline. Mrs. Henline's presence in Mason City is possible through the courtesy of the makers of La Camille corsets and is in keeping with the La Camille policy of unrivaled service to their wearers everywhere. Telephone Mrs. Henline lor an appointment. This service is entirely without charge. Know Your State A Fact a Day About loway! "Within a generation the public high school has been taken to every community in Iowa until at the present time the number of pupils enrolled in high schools in Iowa is greater than it ever has been befor. time in May for her home at Maddock, N. Dak. Return From Milwaukee. STACYVDLLE--Miss Irma Kinney,. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Kinney, returned home Sunday after having completed her college course at Milwaukee, Wis. Will Meet Thursday. HANLONTOWN -- Mrs. W. J. Loveless, Mrs. John Hegne and Mrs. O. A. Thovson will be co- hostesses to the Lutheran Ladies aid Thursday afternoon in the church parlors. Leaves for Hollywood. MARBLE ROCK--Miss Lorene Gates, R. N., who has been employed in the Lutheran hospital at Fort Dodge several months, left Monday morning for Hollywood, Cal., where she has a position in the operating room in,the hospital. Miss Gates is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lloy Gates of this place. She is a grad uate of St. Mary's hospital Rochester, Minn. Return From Rochester. RAKE--Mr. and Mrs. Helme Jorgenson and Harold returned Sal urday from Rochester, Minn., wher Mrs. Jorgenson went through th clinic. CLAIMS RECOUNT NOT YET MADE Legal Action Is Started b; Felix on Rockford Vote for Mayor. ROCKFORD--Legal action has been started by Ed Felix, candidab for mayor in the recent city elec tion, through his attorney, Erwin Larson of Charles City, asking th( city council and mayor to take step; toward a recount of the ballots. Mr Felix was defeated in the race fo mayor by a one vote majority by J J. Wilson, incumbent. Mr. Felix stated he served notice through the county auditor on April 7 asking for a recount of the votes. It is the duty of the mayor and council to selecl one to serve on the recounting board, he said, and to set the date for recount. Since they have failed to do so, notice was served warning them that if this is not done, Mr Felix will start suit at once. BURNS VICTIM'S RITES ARE HELD Mrs. Rex Jeremy, 43, Osage : Buried; Husband and One Daughter Survive. OSAGE--Funeral services were ' held Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the Champion funeral home in charge of the Rev. John Kern of the Osage Baptist church for Mrs. Rex Jeremy, 43, who died at the Nissen hospital Monday afternoon after being "burned at her home about noon when she poured kerosene on a. fire in the cookstove and the can exploded," saturating her with kerosene. Ethel Babcock, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Babcock, was born Jan. 19, 1893 in Mclntire; she. attended high school in Osage but was graduated from the Little Cedar high school. After attending State Teach'ers' college in' Cedar Falls one year she taught School in Montana, On March 21, 1913, she was married to Rex Jeremy In St. Paul. They lived in Montana awhile and then moved to North Dakota. Nin e years ago they moved to Osage where they have lived since. Surviving are her husband and one daughter. Neva, a junior in high school; a sister, Mrs. Lee Lewis of Orchard; two brothers, Ray Babcock of 'Priest River, Idaho, and Earl Eabcock of Nashua, Mont. Burial was in the local cemetery. Relieve ijour itching burning skin.ujith soothing At .all drug stores Use Riiinol Soap rfai/r. it's Static, rctrtlMns* kind to tht tltin. Semp/e tttcht free. Write ifao/, Otpl. 67, So/lo,, Md. Meets at Bell Home. ALEXANDER--The girls of th 4-H club held their first meetin of the season in the home of Mis Inez Susie Bell. On Saturday afte noon, Miss Clara Blake, counl leader of the girls' clubs, Mrs. Jess Latham, assistant leader of Wisne and Scott townships, were als present. 26 Visitors Entertained. GREENE--Mr. and Mrs. Franl Freeman entertained relatives from Clarksville, Waverly, C r e s c Charles City, Marble Rock an Greene Sunday at their farm horn seven miles southeast of Green The guests numbered 26. Son Is Born. GARNER--Mr. and Mrs. Charle T. Owens were at Forest City Mon day to see their new grandson Charles Fredrick born Sunday nigh at the Irish hospital to Mr. and Mr Fred Bakke. The boy weighed 7V pounds. In Critical Condition. ROCKFORD--Mrs. A. 'N. Benson 81. suffered a broken hip when sh fell in the kitchen of her home her She was taken to Cedar Valley hospital at Charles City. She is in critical condition. Taken to Freeport. AREDALE--Mrs. Matt Miller fe last week and hurt her right hip. A first it was thought to be a ha bruise. Saturday she was taken t Hampton hospital and the bcne wa found to be fractured. Sunday morn ing her daughters, Mrs. Ruth Duf of Chicago, Mrs. Erma Stauffer o Lena and Mrs. Elsie Cramm of Lan ark, 111., came to see their mothe and thought it best to take her t Freeport, HI., where one of them could stay with her. An ambulanc took her to Freeport Sunday after noon. Mrs. Miller will have to wea a cast. Visits at Marshalltown. CARPENTER--Alfred Stehn spen the week-end at the home of his sis ter, Mrs Nanie Dobson, Marshal] town. Guest From Chicago. SWALEDALE--Mrs. John Trac: has been enjoying a visit from he sister, Mrs. Jones of Chicago wh has spent the winter in Houston Tex., and Los Angeles, Cal. Home From Hospital. ALEXANDER -- Charlie Showal ter returned home from the hos pital in Hampton where he under went an operation for appendicitis He is getting along fine. Hushed to Hospital. GRBENE-^John Debner, proprie tor of the Debner- drugstore wa rushed to the Waverly hospita Monday have suffered a collapse caused by anemia. Return From Funeral. CLARKSVILLE--Mr. and Mrs Frank Forrey and Arch Forrey ar rived home from Savannah, 111. Sunday where they had been callec by the death of the mens' brother "llmer, 62 who was found dead in his bed. Birthday Is Celebrated. AREDALE--Mrs. Lois Leese was surprised when her children and thei families came to her home Sunday to help celebrate her birthday Those present were Mr. and Mrs Milo Peterson and son, Mr. and Mrs Raymond Leese and daughter, Roj Leese all of Mason City, Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Leese of Spencer, Lyle Leese of Charles City and Mr. and Mrs. Percy Leese of this place. Returns From Sioux City. LATIMER--Harry Roberts re turned Sunday from Sioux City where he attended the funeral Chris Iblings. Present at Graduation. GARNER--Miss Catherine Barnes was graduated Monday from Ham Iton's College of Commerce, Mason City. Those attending the ex ercises were her parents, Mr. and Mrs.. C. E. Barnes, Mr. and Mrs Walter S. Pritchard of Garner, Mr and Mrs. C. G. Pritchard of Buffalo Center, Betty Lou Barnes, Garner tfrs. Mayme Martin and Miss Mary Wallace of Belmond. The day also marked the birthday anniversary of Vliss Barnes and on Sunday a dinner was given in her honor at the iome of her parents, Mr. and Mrs "!. E. Barnes. Mrs. Ervin. Hostess. ROCKFORD--Mrs. H. H. Ervin was hostess to Chapter E. D., P. E O., at her home Monday. The pro- ;rami "An Hour of Music," was iressnted by Mrs. Gertrude Bird The first part consisted of solo num. 3ers from the cantata "The Child- lood of Hiawatha," Mrs. Bird play- ng her own accompaniments, while or the second part she played piano olos. Mrs. Anna Wyatt presented .humbnail sketches of possible pres- dential candidates. Return to Sac City. LATIMER--Mrs. Paul Nesby and aby of Sac City returned to their ome Sunday after an extended visit t tie home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Johnson. Visitors Are Entertained. CARPENTER--Mr. and Mrs. F. Culbertson and children, Bonnie and John Dale, Mr. and Mrs. H. W. arrett of Tripoli, spent Sunday at IB home of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Culbertson. ' Will Entertain Friday. SWALEDALE --· Mrs. Sherman wensen's division of the Catholic adies aid will entertain with a ance and lunch Friday evening, May 1, in the hall. Honored at Shower. AREDALE--Mr. and Mrs. Lee iTangas of Waterloo spent Satur- ay and Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. '. Tindall. Mrs. Mangas was a re- ent bride and was formerly Miss ois Tindall. A miscellaneous show- r was given in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Mangas Saturday evening. Missionaries From China MR. AND MRS. ARTHUR NYHUS Welcome Service Held at Fertile Hall for Couple Mr. and Mrs. Nyhus Served 1 for 7 Years in China^' Were Kidnaped. FERTILE--The Mission Sunday school held a welcome home service at the Mission hall for Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Nyhus who returned home last Saturday from China. Arlen Halverson of Minneapolis spoke at 11 o'clock and at noon a picnic lunch was served. At 2:50 another service was held when several speakers took part, Mr. Hal- verson, the Rev. James Miller, the Rev. Joseph Aaihus and the Rev. H. E. Ekland. Mr. and Mrs. Nyhus gave short talks in response. Special chorus numbers were given by the young people and a duet by the Rev. Mr. Aarhus and Joseph Levang. In the near future Mr. and Mrs. Nyhus will tell of their kidnaping by bandits. Mr. and Mrs. Nyhus and two children, Ruth Janet and Phoebe, are at the home ot Mrs. Nyhus' parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Elthon. They were at Fraayang, Hupek, China, for the past seven years. Mrs. Nyhus was formely Ruth Elthon, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Elthon. Would-Be Estherville Safe Crackers Take Hardest Way at Job ESTHERVILLE, UP) -- Would-be safe crackers took the hardest way when they tried unsuccessfully for two hours to open the safe in the Farmers Elevator company building at Wallingford. Had they turned the handle instead of knocking off the combination the door would have opened. Go to Dog Show. BRISTOW--C. A. Waite and E. B. Hewit drove to Minneapolis Sunday to attend the dog show. Premium Quality ISO=VIS"D" Plus 2% Iowa Retail Sales Tax .U a qt. plus Federal Tax 1 f a JL-- total 2Sf a quart. First in pulling power · · · First in all-round economy · · · WORLD'S THRIFTIEST HI0H-PQWEREB TRUCKS NEW PERFECTED HYDRAULIC BRAKES always equalized for quick, unswerving, -straight line" stops NEW FTTtL-TRIMMED DELUXE CAB with clear-vision instrument panel for safe control I N TRUCKS, it's pulling power that counts ;;; and the new Chevrolets for 1936 have the greatest pulling poiwr of any trucks in the entire low-price range! 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