The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on April 30, 1936 · Page 12
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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 12

Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, April 30, 1936
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TWELVE MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, APRIL 30 H 1936 48 CHURCHES REPRESENTED AT ALGONA DISTRICT SESSION MCMICAN, FONDA NEW MODERATOR 200 at Each Day's Meeting: of Presbytery; Several Give Addresses. ALGONA -- At the eightieth spring meeting of the Fort Dodge Fresbyterial society for Missions Tuesday and Wednesday at Algona, there were 48 churches represented at sessions at the Presbyterian and First Lutheran churches. About 200 attended each day's sessions with the Rev. C. P. Carlson host-pastor. Officers elected to the Presbyterial were: Mrs. J. H. Orvis, Estherville, treasurer, Mrs. G. S. Thomas, Carroll, intermediate secretary; Mrs. William Tingling, Carroll, secretary of education; Miss Helen Kennedy. Rolfe, children's work and Mrs. M. WhitehiU, Boone, stewardship. The Rev. H. C. McMicaa, 'Fonda, was elected moderator for the coming year. The retiring moderator, Mr. Carlson, preached the sermon and the Rev. Norman E. Nygaard, pastor of the-Westminster church of Des Moines delivered the main address. Among important speakers of the session of the Presbyterial were Mrs. LeRoy D. Weld, Cedar Rapids; Mrs. Norman Nygaard, Mrs. Paul Shedd, Rockwell City; Mrs. H. C. Schneider, Boone; 'Mrs. C. P. Ferguson, Lake City. Speakers, before, the Presbytery included Dr. L. Myron Boozer, Des Moines, Dr. Henry Olson and the Rev. Mr; Stevens of Buena Vista college, the Revs. Paul B. Shedd, W. O. Harless, and H. A. Sinning. The Rev. S. M. Gladstone, Lonerock and the Rev. S. H. Aten, Burt, were the county pastors who took part. The Rev. 0. H. Freking, Lakota and the Rev. W. O. Harless were elected commissioners to Synod and Gener- al Assembly at Syracuse, N. Y., May 26 and 27. Five year old Cynthia Nygaard, daughter of the Rev. and Mrs. Nygaard sang two verses of "Jesus Loves Me" in Spanish. Rock Falls Boy's Rites to Be Conducted Friday ROCK FALLS--Norman Johnson, 5, son of Mr. and Mrs. Grant Johnson, died at a Mason City hospital Wednesday. Norman was born Dec. 7, 1930, at Rock Falls. He is survived by his parents and two sisters. Funeral services will be held Friday at the Methodist church at Rock Falls at 3 o'clock. AGED MESERVEY RESIDENT DIES r uneral for Harms, North lowan Many Years, to Be Friday. MESERVEY -- Earnest Harms, more than 85, died at his home near Meservey Tuesday. He was born in Ostfriesland, Germany, and :arne to this country more than iO years ago. He resided here for many years. Surviving are his aged wife, four sons, John, Heiko, of Titonka, Stenus of Thornton, Taos at home and one daughter Mrs: Ataitka Gruis of Belmond. The funeral will be held at the Reformed hurch here Friday afternoon and burial will be in the local ceme- ery. :-: HERE AND THERE :-: Miscellaneous Items From 125 Globe-Gazette Correspondents North Iowa and Minnesota in Held on Anniversary. LELAND--The immediate family Mr. and Mrs. Hans Thompon gathered at the tead. now occupied old home- by Gilbert 'hompson and family, for a dinner Vednesday evening to comemorate lie wedding day of Mr. and Mrs. Hans Thompson which occurred 50 ears ago that day. Visitors From Rockwell City. LATIMER--Wendell Hicks and Richard Martin of Rockwell City were week-end visitors at their homes. Visitor From Dupree. · MITCHELL--Ab Robertson of Dupree, S. Dak., an old time Mitchell resident, is visiting relatives and friends in and around hare. Given Farewell Shower. ROCKWELL -- Friends of Mrs. Alex Russell met at the Dr. J. C. Kaiser home Tuesday afternoon and gave her a handkerchief sh'ower prior to moving with her husband, the Rev. Mr. Russell, to Gilbert, where he assumes pastorate of the Congregational church. Return From Wahpeton. KANAWHA--Dr. H. C. Struck left Saturday for Wabpeton, S. Dak., where he went on business. Ho returned home Sunday. Honored on Birthday. GOLDFIELD--A large group of relatives and friends gathered at the Fred Madison, Sr., home on Sunday to assist Mrs. Madison in observing her birthday. A family dinner was enjoyed at the noon hour. Meets at Lovrien Home. GARNER--The Women's Progressive club met Tuesday night with Mrs. Clark Lovrien in their home in Sunset View addition with Mrs. Robert Sinclair presiding and Mrs. Louise Greiman, secretary. Mrs. W. H. Mewgrew was in charge of the program who presented the article "Wake Up and Live" from the Readers Digest. Mrs. James Carr told of Schumann-Heink getting into the movies at the age of 74 and Mrs. Spayde told of the development of flowers. FRIENDLY ADVICE TO MOTORISTS See the 1936 Mobiloil Chart for Correct Grade forYour Car-. H AVE YOUR Mobilgas or Mobiloil dealer « - L drain and flush your crankcase--then refill with fresh, summer Mobiloil. Users everywhere -are proving Mobiloil made by the Socony-Vacuum Clearosol Process is clean, tough, long-lasting--protects engines 10056--gives longer mileage. Mobilgas and Mobiloil dealers will replace winter gear oil with the proper grade of Mobiloil Gear Oil for summer. They'll give your car complete chassis lubrication. Get these money-saving services. Drive in to yq,ur nearest dealer--at the Sign of the Red Gargoyle or the Flying Red Horse. R. C. BECKMAN, SOCONY-VACUUM AGENT, MASON CITY, IOWA STOP AT THE FRIENDLY MOBILGAS OR MOBILOIL DEALER NEAREST YOU CARIERSVILLK-- MASON CITY-- MASON CITY--Bert Theiderman Cartersville Supply Co. Raymond C. Beckman NOKTHWOOD--S. L. Marvick HANFORD--C. C. Carle MASON CITY--Delbert McCain ROCKWELL--Ed Calahan iiASfw rj-rv TJW, T»«««ii. ROCKWELL--A. K. Finlayson LITTLE CEDAR- -MASON CIH-Leo Donnelly ROCKWELL-Leo McEvoy Little Odar Garage MASON CITY--S. R. Garage THORNTON--Thornton Auto Co. Test Case Subject A test case that may clear the way for the sterilizataion of approximately 500 convicts in the Oldahoma state penientiary, A be held soon at McAlester, with Hubert L. Moore, who is serving a four year sentence for burglary as the subject. The state law, no; enforced to date, provides for the sterilization of twice-convictec criminals. Moore is serving his fourth term. Know Your State A Fact a Day About loway! Most of the high schools in low are small, Miss Samuelson said, i noting that 87.6 per cent of the 94 high schools have an enrollment o less than 200 pupils each and 68 pe cent have less than 100 pupils each Last Meeting Friday. LELAND--The last P. T. A. meet ing for this school year will be heli Friday evening, May 1, at the gym nasium. The topic for this meeting is "The School, Yesterday, Today Tomorrow." The committee charge is composed of Mrs. R. Bran stad, Mrs. Arthur Gunderson am Mrs. Albert Olson. Guests From Waterloo. COULTER--Floyd Morgadant o Long Beach, Cal., and W. C. Me Kelvie of Waterloo visited their sis ter, Mrs. H. G. Greiser in Coulter Many Hear Operetta. COULTER--The Coulter publii school gave an operetta, "The Kin^ Sneezes'," to a full audience at the school auditorium. Miss ThelmaRig gert was director. Hostess to Society. THORNTON--Mrs. Alfred Inge bretsen was hostess to the Woman' Home Misionary society Tuesday evening. Mrs. Margaret Petersen o Sheffield, who is visiting here with her niece, Mrs. Myrtle Grace, was a guest. Hi With Pneumonia. LAKE- MILLS--George Stain] who has been seriously ill with toxic pneumonia at the Mercy hospital in Mason City is improving. New Instructors Visitors POPE JOY--Mr. and Mrs. C. E Hall of near Perry, were callers on Supt. and Mrs. J. N. Lohner and Mr and Mrs. J. E. Carr Tuesday. Mr and Mrs Hall have signed contracts to serve as superintendent and ath, and English instructor respectively, in the high school next year Supt. and Mrs. Lohner will go to Greenville where Mr. Loaner has been elected superintendent. Infant Is Buried. PLYMOUTH--The infant child of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jones was buried at Plymouth in Oakwood cemetery Tuesday. Daughter Is Born. LELAND--Mr. and Mrs. John L 3uren are parents of a girl born Monday evening at the Irish hospital at Forest City. Large Crowd at Shower. BELMOND--A large crowd at- ended the amateur show held in the ugh school auditorium Tuesday light. Prizes were won by Miriam Sankey in a dance specialty num- er and Daryl Hanson in a piano olo. The show was sponsored by tfrs. C. F. Nolte's division of the Methodist Ladies Aid. Mrs. Hodson Hostess. PLYMOUTH--Mrs. Belle Hodson ntertained the F. W. D. club at her lome in the east part of Plymouth Vednesday afternoon. The game of tales was conducted by Mrs. Frick-, nd a magazine article reviewed by tfrs. Chesebro. Visitor From Chicago. STACYVILLE--Mrs. Mary Burke f Chicago will spend the summer with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Burke. Will Meet Friday. CLARKSVILLE The Woman's lub will hold the last meeting of the ear at the farm home of Mrs. Logan Ressler Friday afternoon. Home From Hospital. HANSELL -- Haretlh Wilkinson, ·, a patient in the Lutheran hos- ital at Hampton, suffering from a roken hip, returned to his home orth of Hansell from the hospital. "he boy will wear a cast between 0 and 12 weeks. The accident hap- ened when he was riding a bicycle nd pumping up hill. Visit in Minneapolis.. THORNTON--Mrs. Simon Anerson is visiting this week with her other and other relatives in ilin- eapolis. i Return From Chicago. ORCHARD--Ralph Fox and John Lack returned Tuesday from Chicago where they went on Sunday with two carloads of cattle of their own feeding. Bride Honored at Shower. KANAWHA -- A miscellaneous shower was held Friday evening for Mrs. William Gorley at the home o: her sister-in-law, Mrs. Linsworth Cleveland. Visitor From Chicago. CALMAR--Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Yager and son of Chicago spent a few days here visiting at the Yager and Snow homes. Return From Perry. HANLONTOWN--Mr. and Mrs, J. Lielebo, daughter LaVae, their houseguests. Mrs. Tofte and two sons of Tofte. Minn., have returned from Perry and Des Moines where they visited relatives. Guests From Grand Kapids. RAKE -- Mr. and Mrs; Chris Howe and son of Grand Rapids, Minn., visited at -the Frank Hesseldahl home and with other relatives the first of the week. Mrs. Carl Larson of Grand Rapids, Minn., was a guest at the Henry Quame home Monday. Attend District Meeting. LIME SPRINGS--A group 01 women drove to West Union Wednesday, in company with Mrs. M. B. Davis, president of the W. F. M. S., to attend a district meeting of the Foreign Missionary at the M. E. church. Son Is Adoptefl. GARNER--Mr. and Mrs. Ben V. Greiman, prominent farm folks, adopted a three months old boy. They picked him out from a number of babies in a home at Minneapolis last Saturday and brought him to their home. They have named the baby Clayton Lee. Uncle Seriously III. STACYVILLE--Mr. and Mrs. Harry Dankert of Milwaukee, Wis., were called here by the serious illness of her uncle, George Gerhart. They also visited her mother, Mrs. Laura Anderson. Return From Des Moines. HANLONTOWN--Mr. and Mrs. Sli Colby, Janice and .John Eli returned from Des Moines where they spent Friday and Saturday on business. Visitors From California. HANSELL--F. R. Hammond and daughter, Gwendolyn, of Long Beach, Cal., were visitors at the tome of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Van Koten Monday and Tuesday when they returned to California by train. Return From Chicago. RAKE--Andrew Sandvick, Carl Jacobson. E. O. Halvorson and Arthur Halvorson accompanied livestock to Chicago on Sunday returning Wednesday. Study for year Concluded. BELMOND--The Progress club closed its study'for the year with a 1 o'clock luncheon Tuesday afternoon which was held at the home of vlrs. Ben Hogenson..The members' held the annual election of officers vhich will serve the new year which opens in September. They are: Pres- dent, Mrs. Albert Hanson: vice president, Mrs. Marian Martin; recording secretary, Mrs. H. L. Gowdy and corresponding secretary, Mrs. M. F. Christie. Rites for Woman Who Died in California to Be in Hampton Church HAMPTON--Funeral services for Mrs. Julia Olson, 82. pioneer resident of Franklin county, will be held Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the Baptist church with the Rev. H. L. Rust, pastor, officiating. Mrs. Olson died suddenly of heart disease Friday at the home of her daughter, Mrs. S. A. Baker of San Gabriel, Cal., with whom she lived. She was born in Cedar Falls in 1854 and lived for many years with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Simon Johnson, on a farm east, of Chapin. She was a pioneer teacher ,in the rural schools of Franklin, county. After the death of her parents she moved to Hampton and about 14 years ago went to San Gabriel, Cal. Surviving are a daughter, two sons, and a brother. WOMAN FOUND ON FLOOR DIES Mrs. Brown of Dumont Fail: to Regain Consciousness Following Stroke. DUMONT--Mrs. Harry Brown, 54, died at her home early Wednesday where she suffered a stroke last Friday afternoon. She was found on the floor unconscious by Mrs. John Murphy about 4 o'clock and never regained consciousness in the 104 hours. As Clara Dot Bolander, she was born Sept. 12, 1881 at Ackley, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Bolander. She was married about 31 years ago to Harry Brown at Hampton and went to Chamberlain, S. Dak., to live 10 years. After one year at Parkersburg they came here in 1915. Surviving beside the husband are four sisters and one brother; Mrs. Acel palmer, Iowa Falls; Mrs. Charles Pepperling, Ackley; Mrs. Arthur Gordon Rippey, .Des Moines; Mrs. Roe Stuart, Webster City and Samuel C. Bolander, Dubuque. Funeral services will be Friday afternoon at the United Brethren church with the Rev. E. M. Miller in charge. Burial will be in the local cemetery. Three Injured in Car Accident Near Calmar CALMAR--An accident occurred about four miles east of Calmar on highway 52 Tuesday when a car from Minneapolis collided with a Dubuque Star beer truck. The Minneapolis car had turned out to pass a car and met headon with the beer truck. The occupants of the car were Mr. and Mrs. Henry Oxborough and Evelyn Carter of Minneapolis. Mrs. Oxborough received a fractured arm and the others cuts and bruises. They were enroute to Davenport. Both cars were damaged. The driver of the beer truck was uninjured. Visitor From Germany. CLARKSVILLE -- Dr. Martin Funk of Leipzig, Germany, was an over Sunday guest of his cousin, Carl Scharpff and family. He is a delegate from the Central Methodist conference of Germany to the conference to be held at Columbus, Ohio, soon. They're Something To Chirp About! PHOENIX Bobbed Hostes 79c and $ PAIR I · Popularized by you women who know comfort, coolness or style when you see it. Lastex top is your assurance that they're up to stay. Get acqnainted. You'll like Bobbed Hosies in the new Blushing Shades that will set your vacation feet tingling! EXCLUSIVE WITH HOME AT ACKLEY TO BE DEDICATED Services at Presbyterian Institution Will Be Held Monday. ACKLEY -- Dedication services for the "Presbyterian Home" at Ackley will be held Monday at 4 p. m., under the auspices of the Synod of Iowa. Dr. A. B. Thutt of Clarinda, moderator of the Iowa Synod, will preside. Dr. L. M. Boozer will speak. An enlarged picture of Mrs. John Rath, Sr., will be unveiled beside that of her husband, John Rath, CRASH .Goes Nautical in this frock by G E O R G I A N A A 1 No wonder crash" holds its high position among spring fabrics when it can look as smart as it does in this dress. The sailor collar may be unbuttoned to reveal a clever sun back. In yellow, rust and green trimmed with white braid. Sixes 14 to 20. SECOND FLOOR \\ Jia C'cumlle front lace, adjustable corsets are recognized for their superior fitting today. Style shown No. 36060; fancy batiste, sizes 25 to 36--at '5' 00 Ollim from to $7.10 each. inches away from your hips , . . Light and dainty. . . yet secures for the fuller figure that firmer, slenderizing control so es-' sential to your best appear* ance in today's frocks. MRS. M. H E N L 1 N E and her expert knowledge is at your disposal. If you have had trouble in obtaining real comfort when selecting a corset, let her prescribe for you and your troubles will be over for a long time. Mrs. M. Henline, of La Camille fame, will be with us Thursday, Friday and Saturday Be sure to see her while she is here. builder of the home, and father of the family which gave the home to the synod four years ago. The synod committee will have luncheon at the home at noon and conduct their annual business meeting previous to the dedication service. The Ladies Aid society of the church will serve light refreshments following the dedication service. All Presbyterian pastors .have been notified. Will Appear May 5. OSAGE--John E. Bergawen and Edward Bergawen of Bailey appeared in justice court here before Justice Donald P. Chchock and each furnished $500 bond to appear in justice court before Justice A. L. Hungerford Tuesday, May 5, on a charge of intoxication. * E : l i l t

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