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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 17

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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE · · =--· IYIAOUJN i;iTi ujuuBtt-UrAaflTTJbi . THURSDAY, MARCH so, 1939 17 ANNUAL BANQUET IS HELD FOR RURAL TEACHERS PASTOR TALKS AFTER DINNER Mrs. Harley Sheka Describes Visit to . Golden Gate Fair .NOHTHWOOD--The second an nual banquet of the rural teachers of Worth county and the directors and directors' wives of the rural districts was held Wednesday evening in the diningrooms of the Masonic temple. The Rev. Russell S. Phillips of Northwood was speaker at the program following the banquet. Mrs. Harley Sheka of Union township, recently returned from California, told interesting facts relative to her trip, especially as to the Golden Gate exposition. Miss Claudia Michalek, one of .the rural teachers, gave a read- ·ing and Miss Gloria Frandle, ·daughter of County Superinten- ;dent G. J, Frandle, played a piano .solo, Audrey Stratton, one of ·Worth county's few Negro rural pupils, gave a tap dance. ". Marshall Stoddard, Noi'thwood, president of the Worth county -Rural Teachers association, pre- 'sided as master of ceremonies. .Superintendent Frandle gave the ·formal welcome to the guests and ·N. V. Huber, Meltonville, re- Isponded on behalf of the directors, Plymouth Auxiliary if Legion to Meet ; PLYMOUTH--Plymouth Ameri- .can Legion Auxiliary will meet ~with Mrs. William Fulk Tuesday ·afternoon, April 4, for their semi-monthly meeting. ·Farm Sold for $148 ·an Acre Near St. Joe ; ST. JOE, (fP)--A 160-acre farm .northwest of here was sold by the Aetna Life Insurance company to Mike Bormann for $148.50 an acre 'cash. Bormann said he would farm · the place after next March 1. Work Begins in April : on $4,500 Project "· EMMETSBURG, (£)--Work. will · start next month on a $4,500 sew ·: age extension project here. · A man shoper isn't easier to sat r lsfy. He just takes what is offered I because he is afraid of seeminj ^ cheap or cranky.--Kewanee Star - Courier. BACKACHE, LEG PAINS MAY BE DANGER SIGN Of Tired Kidneys nusersble, dan't just complain and do nothin about them. N'atura may bs warning you tha . your kidaej-jt need attention, Tbo Icwineys »« Nature's chief way of t«Via .. eictw acids and poisonous wsute out of th blood. Moat peoplo pass about 3 pints day o * about 3 pounds of waste. Frequent or scanty paaaaaea with omartin * and tmrninc Ac-tea there may be aomethm ·· wronjt with your kidneys or bladder. " It the 15 miles of kidney tubes and filteti * don't wort well, poisonoua waate matter ataj ,,- in the blood. These poUona may itart noggin , backaches, rheumatic pains, Ie$ painj. losa mzhts. , ptp aad energy. Betting up . _ ._, . poSness under 1 the eyes, headaches and dizzincs Don't - · · - - I Pills, ujed IUCCCM. ...., ..,, ~ .,,. ,,.,, . yean. They give happy relttf and will help th 15 mild of kidney tubes flush out (io«onoti * «Mt« from tho blood. Get Doan'a FiUi. , Ask your dnnRtst for Doan .ifu!ly by million* for crer 4 Baby's Eyes Are Removed RITES FOR MRS. SCH AEFER-HELD 90 Year Old Hampton Woman Came to U. S. on Sailboat at 17 HAMPTON -- Funeral services for Mrs. August Schaefer, 90, were held Thursday afternoon at the Congregational church with' the Rev. P. T. Meyer, pastor of St. Paul's Lutheran church in charge. Mrs. Schaefer died Tuesday as^the result of. r. fall two weeks ago in which she fractured her hip. She came to the United States from Germany when 17 on a sailboat, the trip taking six weeks. She was a resident of Franklin county since her marriage 68 years ago and moved to Hampton in 1918, two years after the death of her husband. Surviving are eight children, 28 grandchildren, 27 great grandchildren and one great great grandchild. The children are Mrs. C. T. Howe, Mrs. Bertha Freudenberg, R. F. Schaefer, W. C. Schaefer and Martin Schaefer, all of Hampton, Mrs. George Morehouse of Sheffield, Mrs. A. ~L. Rhatasel of Chapin and August C. Schaefer of Latimer. Mother, Sister of Clipper Pilot Live Near McGregor Former North lowan Now Blazing'Trail Over Atlantic Ocean CAPT. HAROLD E. GRAY $250 in Cosh, Checks BURNS When Janitor Throws Sum in Hampton Furnace SHENANDOAIf--Forced to choose between a life of darkness for their baby or probable death from the dreaded jiioma disease, Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Hughes of Shambaugh had their daughter, Nola Jane's, eyes removed at a Shenandoah hospital Tuesday. Mr. Hughes is an auto mechanic employed in Clarinda. The baby is 18 months old. Her sight was practically gone. Tile glioma tumors spread to Ihe brain, lungs or other vital spots. Nola Jane is shown with her mother. (Iowa Daily Press photo.) HAMPTON--The Swartz Apparel shop suffered a loss of about $250 in cash and checlts when that amount, a part of the day's receipts, was accidentally thrown into -tile furnace by the janitor. E. L, Swartz, manager, stated the money had in some way become mixed with the waste paper and put into the waste basket. The error was discovered about 20 minutes later, too late to save currency or paper. HOLD RITES OF ELMOREWOMAN Mrs. Nina Krosch, 75, President of WFMS for 40 Years ELMORE, Minn.-- Funeral services were held on Monday afternoon at the M. E. church for Mrs. Nina Kroscli, 75, pioneer resident of the Elmore community. She was born in Green Lake, Wis., and came here with her par- Garner School Entry in S. U. I. Play Fest Earns "Excellent" GARNER--"Pink and Patches," Garner high school's entry in. a state one act play contest at Iowa City, placed excellent Tuesday night, according to a telegraphic report received here Wednesday from Miss Gladys Cooper, director of the play. Barbara Ann Schneider was cited for superior ranking as an actress by the judges, and other members of the cast included Alice Bolaml, Lorraine Knoll and Earl Erdrnan. Bernice Quintus was student director and in the party from here that went to Iowa City was Truman Glassell, who served as driver. This is the first year that Garner high school has entered the annual dramatic festival staged by the University of Iowa, but Miss Cooper has had winners in previous years in other schools in which she has taught. This is her first year as speech and English teacher in Garner high school. DR, COURT TO GIVE SERMON Preaches at Geneva Methodist Church on Palm Sunday GENEVA--District Superintcn- ent Dr. Frank Court of Waterloo vill preach at the Methodist hurch Palm Sunday morning'and old the business meeting in the fternoon. During Holy Week the pastor, he Hev. C. R. Garland will hold ervices each evening except Sat- irday. There will be an Easter message nd special music by the choir faster morning. At 8 o'clock that :vening the choir will sing the antata "Redemption Song." To determine which one is at fault, observe which one begins to do better as soon as they are separate Dubuque Telegraph-Herald. PALM SUNDAY APRIL 2nd Beautiful BOYS SUITS FOR THE OCCASION When you see these beautiful styled boys' suits you will certainly want the boy fitted in one of them. They carry all the style that our men's suits carry and you will be surprised to know that a stock of boys' suits like this can be found in Mason City. P RUSIA DILLON VO. Aged Resident From Lakota Dies; Rites Not Yet Arranged LAKOTA -- Funeral arrangements are being made for Leonhard Weinberger, aged resident, who fell dead as lie was entering his home on his return from town. The day of the funeral services has not been set, as arrival of two sons who live at Seattle, Wash., is awaited. ents at the age of 4. Her husband, Will Kroscii, died in 1932. She is survived by three sons, 10 grandchildren and six grandchildren. She had been a member of the Elmore M. E. church for 4S years and the president of the W. F. M S. for 40 consecutive years. MCGREGOR -- Although Mrs. Bertha Gray, mother of Capt. Harold E. Gray, commanding the Yankee Clipper on its 2,880 mile flight to the Azores blazing the trait '{or a trans-Atlantic air passenger service, listens constantly to the, radio for reports of his flying progress, she never fears for his safety, according to Captain Gray's sister, Mrs. A. E. Wickersheim, who lives on a farm near McGregor, Nor does Mrs. ·'Wicker- sheim. "He has never had an accident since he finished his flying course," she said. "We have great^ confidence in his ability as a flyer. He uses such great care in preparing a plane for a long trip that the thought of fear for. his safety is quite unknown to us," "My sister, Miss Adelaide Gray, *a teacher at Monticello, and I visited our brother, Harold, at Seattle ast summer," Mrs. Wickersheim continued. "We saw the Yankee Clipper taken for a 30 minute trial flight. During that flight it was found that the design of the tail of the ship was wrong and a new one had to be designed. We were 7iot allowed to go through the ship, however, for it was sealed." Yes, we've all flown with Harold when he was stationed in Texas -- but in smaller planes. I was a little frightened," she admitted, "but I'm very sure I wouldn't be now." Captain Gray usually brings home gifts for the family, according to Mrs. Wickersheim. Both she and her sister and their mother treas- GARMODY WILL SPEAK APRIL 4 Supreme Knight of K. C. to Appear on North Iowa Program EMMETSBUKG -- Martin H. Carmody of Grand Kspids. Mich., supreme knight of the National Kniehts of Columbus, will speak at a Knights of Columbus meeting In Emmctsburgr on April 4, It was announced here by Laurence D. Brennan, state deputy. The meeting will be preceded by a 6 o'clock banquet at the Kermore hotel here. John Hammes of Emmetsburg, district deputy, will preside at the meeting and Tom Cullen, local grand hnight, will give the address of welcome. Al Downing. district deputy at Fort Dodge, will give the response. Kay Conley of Des Moines, state secretary of the Knights of Columbus, will give a brief speech. Music on the program will be supplied by the Rev. Joseph Filzpatrick of Sanborn and the Hamilton orchestra of Bancroft. State Deputy Brennan of Emmetsburg, a personal friend of Mr. Carmody, will introduce the speaker of the evening. ure numerous articles he has bought for them on his long trips. Mrs. Bertha Gray, the mother, now visiting friends at Grimes; and Mrs. Wickersheim, have each had messages regarding his progress relayed to them by Captain Gray's wife at Baltimore. re- the our One Act Plays o Be Given Friday n Crystal Lake Gym CRYSTAL LAKE--Four one act plays will be presented in the :chool gymnasium Friday night y high school students under the direction of Hheon Zack. 'Few Words" \vill be given by Vlarjorie Stewart and Roscoe Finer; "The "Villain Still Persues ier," Noreen McMahon, Elsie ·Telson, Marlen Monson, Walter Rose, Merril Swan and Curtis Jensen. "Orvjlle's Big Date," Ellen =lose, Dorothy Hobbs, Doryce VTikkleson, and Luverne Holland. 'Midnight Fantasy," Gladys Frogg and Gladys Mortenson. PLAN RITES OF MICHAEL BAKER Swea Cityan Dies of Pneumonia; Widow, 9 Children Survive SWEA CITY--Michael Baker, 46, ditfd Tuesday night from pneumonia. He is survived by his widow and nine children, all at home. Mr. Baker had been working with county highway maintenance for the past four years. Funeral services are being arranged, which will be held at the St. Mary's Catholic church at Armstrong. Also surviving are his aged mother at Clark, S. Dak., and four brothers. Former Resident of Osage Dies in West Following Illness OSAGE -- Relatives here ceived word Wednesday of death of Miss Emma Starr, a former Osage resident at her home in Santa Monica, Cal., Sunday after a lingering illness. She is survived by her mother, Mrs. Herman Starr of Santa Monica, and four brothers and sisters, Mrs. Leo Werts of Chicago, 111.; Ella Starr oE El Segundo, Cal.; Hugh Starr of Onawa and Earl Starr of Jamestown, N. Dak. IS 70 TEARS OLD BELMOND--The home of Mr and Mrs. D. D. Pals, retired farm,01-, was a scene of a happy gathering Friday, March 24, in celebration of the seventieth birthday anniversary of Mr. Pals. FAMILY REUNION HELD CALMAH--A family reunion was held Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. N. A. Klein SEEKS RECOUNT IN NEW HAMPTON H. L Hettler Bases Action of 4 Counts, Asks for Recount NEW HAMPTON--H. L. Heller, New Hampton filling station owner, Wednesday afternpori filed notice of intent to contest the elec- :ion of R. F. Faragher, abstractor, for the office of first ward councilman. Attached to the notice was a bond signed by the contestant and a certified check for $100. Mr. Heltler based his contest on four counts. They are: 1. Judges and clerks of the election of the first ward and the board of canvassers counted certain ballots that should have been rejected. 2. Stickers that were attached to certain ballots were illegal. 3. It is alleged that through the use of stickers their votes were not cast on the ballots provided. 4. It Is alleged that 3 number or stickers bearing the name of R. P. Farajher were found in the voting booths, had th'e space marked, this was illegal. The notice asks a recount and recanvass of the ballots'and that all ballots marked with the alleged illegal stickers not be counted and the -contestants be declared elected. Miss " 'Louise Klatt, county auditor, will set''.the date of opening of the contest..: At the official "canvass made Tuesday afternoon, the vote''lor first ward councilman was R. F. Faragher, 212; H. L. Hettler, 102 and William Wilkins, 77 votes.' Nine people in ten can tell you all about Spain. They are the ones who never take time to get facts from an encyclopedia.-- Lincoln Star. AID PLANS SUPPER',; : ST. ANSGAR--The Ladies 'Aid society of the. First .Lutheran church is sponsoring a covered dish supper which is to include the families of that congregation Friday evening. The soap-box orator suffers a ;reat handicap now. It is hard to change after 20 years of yelling: BRIDE IS HONORED . ALLISON--Mrs. Clarence Cashman, recent bride, was honored at a Royal Neighbor party held at the home o£ Mrs. Harold Opperman Tuesday evening and was presented a gift Son-of Resident of Dumont Dies From Pneumonia in East ' DUMONT--Mrs. Minnie Kurtz just received word of the death oE her son, Glen Kurtz, who lived in New York. He died from pneumonia and leaves a wife and 15 month old daughter and three sisters, Mrs. Lester Williams, Dumont, Mrs. Leslie Becker, Victor, and Mrs. Clinton Shaffer, Minneapolis: one brother, Will Kurtz, Keystone, Okla., and an uncle, Albert Schultz, Mason City.. He left here about nine years ago. ATTEND CONCLAVE WHITTEMORE -- Prof. F. J. Roclcford, Miss Greteman, Miss Kain, Miss Sammin and Mrs. Leo Buttermorc attended the North Central Teachers' convention in "Free Tom Mooney."State Journal. ·Wisconsin i the: high school auditorium Mason City. Coming to Mason City HOTEL CERRO GORDO Tuesday, April 4 From 8 A. M. to 5 P. M. And Monday Evening, April 3 - 8 F.' M. to 9 P. nr. RETURN EVERY 28 DAYS Ledyard Co-Op Will Install System of Lockers by May 1 LEDYABD--The Ledyard Co- Operative creamery is going to install lockers. Tile locker system is to be installed by May 1. There will be a man to cut meat, wrap it and take care of the system. A large number of farmers have rented lockers for the year from the creamery. The lockers are used chiefly for meat in this locality. Dr. J. F. Shallenberger, M. D. The regular and reliable Chicago Specialist. I will make my regular visit on the above date and will be glad to see those afflicted with rectal or chronic trouble. Anyone ailing is welcome to come in for free consultation. I treat diseases of the Stomach and Bowels; Liver and Gall Bladder troubles; Piles and other recta] diseases; Nervous diseases; diseases of. the Heart; Skin diseases: Kidney, Bladder and Prostatic troubles; Catarrh; Catarrhal deafness; Asthma; Bronchitis: Rheumatism ot the joints and muscles; Neuralgia; sick headaches; High Blood Pressure; Goiter; Diabetes; Constipation; Varicose Veins and Leg Ulcers; Female disorders; Hydrocele; Epilepsy and other chronic diseases. Trusses and abdominal supports fitted. Remember I have had 32 years of successful experience treating this class of diseases and have successfully treated thousands of patients-many of them avoiding operations through my treatment and advice. H you call and desire treatment, the cost will be reasonable. I have facilities to give you high class, scientific service. · Write for free booklet on rectal and chronic diseases. Address letters to DR. J. F. SHALLENBERGER, M. t_ 1544 E. 53rd St., Chicago, Illinois Union Lenten Service Planned in Churches at Dumont Two Weeks DUMONT--The United Brethren. Methodist and Evangelica churches are holding union evangelistic services each evening for the two weeks prior to Easter. The ministers take turns preaching and services are four nights in each church. Good Friday service will continue from 12 noon unti 3 o'clock with a different speake; each. 20 minutes, at the Evangelv cat church. Re-Elect L. E. Faber as Mayor of Kanawha KANAWHA--On the town elec tion held Monday L. E. Faber wa re-elected mayor and all coun cilmen were re-elected. They ar Jack Johnson. Charlie Brower, T L. Kinseth, H, H. Hielfens an James Yeakel. Know Your State A Fact a Day About ioway Nearly 6,000 lowans enlisted fo duty during the Spanish-Ameri LUTHER GROUP HOLDS MEETING Plans for Proposed Women's Dormitory Discussed in Gym DECORA?! -- Meeting for the econd time within a week the pecial nine-man committee of the roposed nc\v women's dormitory t Luther college, the Rev. N. S. lagelsson, Peterson, Minn., chair- nan, named a committee of five o meet within the next two weeks /ith the board of education and oard o£ trustees of the Norwegian ^utheran church of America, in · linneapolis. · The session held in C. K. Preus gymnasium at Luther college,' Wednesday, had also in attend- nce two prominent men of the hurch group, Dr. A. J. Bergsaker nd Dr. H. O. Shurson of Minne- ipolis. Several representatives of he Decorali region v/ere also present. ; The gi'oup that was chosen at he meeting was: The Rev. Mr. Ma- ielsson, the Rev. S. J. Fretheim, Scar%'ille, the Rev. George Ulvil- den, La Crosse, Wis., Karl H. ^Tordgaard, director of public re- ations of Luther college, and A. -. Bishop, publisher of the Decorah Public Opinion. Most enthusiastic discussion vas in order for the meeting, which lasted for three and a half iQurs, Luther college has received much notice through the manner which she is going about making jlans for the women's dormitory. The "Pig Club" plan has,met with wide acceptance, and the meeting Wednesday was an added spur to 30 ahead with plans. (The plan in simple foim is for members of each congregation of the Decorah area, and frienSs, to brand one spring pig for the proposed dorm. When this animal reaches maturity it will be turned over to the project and turned into cash.) PONTIAC **' . . . "THE MOST BEAUTIFUL THING ON \VHEBLS" is the official car at the GLOBE-GAZETTE COOKING SCHOOL Ann Kingsley, director of the cooking school, says, "My biggest regret is that I don't get to spend as much time as I would like in this smooth riding PONTIAC. It is certainly a pleasure to ride in." We congratulate the women of Mason City for their interest in the mechanics of good cooking. Now! We invite you to our showrooms to learn the mechanics of a truly great automobile. John Gallagher, Inc. 16 South Delaware Fontiac Salus-ScrvSce Phone 1567 MOTHER'S WORRY OVER SON, 6, SOON ENDED BY NATEX Happily Declares He's Just Like Any Normal Boy His Age Since She Started Him on Grand Compound. Wis., who offered the plan of having "Pig Club" toy banks for coins donated to the fund. Among the many friends of Na- tex in this section arc scores of children--whoni few would sus- pect o£ enjoying anything taut the best o£ Physical condition. Yet . If authorities show a fender and anxious regard for his rights, he is a criminal or a trouble-maker who is trying to injure the country.--Cedar Rapids Gazette. Head COLD Discomforts WRE you at the mercy of jfl a s n i f f l y , s n e e z y , smothery head cold right now? Cheer upl A little Mentholatum, applied Sn each nostril, will soothe tho irritated nasal membranes, help check the sneezing and relieve the stuffiness. Also rub Mentholatum vigorously on the chest ana back to stimulate sluggish circulation. Youll be grateful for Mentholatum's effective relief. MENTHOLATUM 6i,r* C O M F O R T Da,l-y helps these youngsters just as it helps their mothers and fathers. One of the many such cases is that of 6 year old John Chesmore. This was brought out very emphatically by Mrs. Gertrude Chesmore, 712 O Ave., N. W., Cedar Rapids, who says: "I don't think anyone ever worried more over a child than John's farther and I did. You see, his bowels were so badly constipated that we were forced to give him a laxative almost every night, and he never seemed to have the least pep or interest in things that you'd ordinarily expect of a youngster his age. He never craved food and even when we made him eat just a little he'd often be distressed with sourness, gas and indigestion; sometimes, in fact, we wouldn't even be able to keep milk on his stomach. At night he could never get the sleep he needed, which was due, I suppose, to his high state of nervousness. "Finally, his grandmother persuaded us to start him on Natex, however, and we were soon to see some big changes. "Though we gave him smaller doses than is usual, it required only a day or two to get his bowels moving just excellently. It wasn't long after this, either, that he was actually asking for food! And he \yas eating everything put before him without any of that old distress. Yes, and his nerves settled down so remarkably "that U- . _ ,,, _!,,,,,, ,;,.,, ,, » ,, ,, ,, ,, ,, , ,, John Chesmore night. Now he's Just like any boy; his age, getting real pleasure ouh of his play. I can never thank Na- lex enough for relieving our mind3 of this great worry, and I hopa my experience will benefit other mothers who " are worried about their children." Natex is sold by most all leading druggists everywhere and is being especially featured here by the Engler Drug Co., 5 South Federal Ave. SPECIAL OUT-OF-TOWN DEALERS Free Drug Store,, Gamer; Nerby Drug Store, Lake Mills; Finclo. ney Drug Store, Forest City; Marschall Drug Store, Hampton; Corner Drug Store, Clear Lake; Bass Pharmacy, Clear Lake; Veenker Drug Store, Northwood; Bokmeyer Drug Store, Sheffield. $1(tO R F W i D D wm *· p*" t. ' I U U IICIIHHII «r.tpm»npr»T. iiff Init w« tTet-knowIncIr «r willlnrlr ««1^ lBlimonl.1 that wu not ktn.li. F--

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