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March 30, 1939

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 28

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THUHSDAY, MARCH 30. 1939 HERE and THERE Miscellaneous Items From 125 Globe-Gazette Correspondents in North Iowa and Southern Minnesota Visit at Des Moines COUWITH--Laurena Robinson, Greta Chamberlain, Margaret Hanbui-y and Angela Higgins drove to Des Moines Saturday to spend the day. Visit at Esthcrvillc BUFFALO CENTER--Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Olson and Dick spent Sunday with relatives and friends at EsthervHle. Submit to Operations LAKE MILLS -- Miss Lydia Iversou of Scari'ille underwent an operation for appendicitis Thursday at the Kingland hospital. Annora Reiness underwent an operation Friday for obstruction of the bowels. Returns From C'CC Camp PLYMOUTH -- Howard Hedegard, son of Mr. and Mrs. Victor Hcdegard, has returned to his home here after a year's service in the CCC's. He received his discharge at Zumbrota, Minn. At Parental Home LIME SPRINGS -- David fish, student at Cornell college, Mount Vernon, is spending the spring recess at the home of his Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fish. Go to Rockwell City BRISTOW -- Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fahr and Mrs. Gertrude Frick drove to Rockwell City Friday lo visit the Paul Jones and Arthur Sidmore families .The trio will return Sunday. Parents ol Son ALGONA--Mr. and Mrs. Keith Stephens are parents of an 8 pound boy born Friday morning at the General hospital. He has been named Jasper Lances. .. .Visit at Oskaloosa LEDYARD--Miss Muriel Reece Miss. .Cleo Gobel and William Stubbe left Saturday for Oskaloosa. where they visited friends at Pemi college. Mis. L. W. Wicmer accompanied them to Ames where she will visit at the John TIHmoney home for a week. Minnesota Visitors BELMOND -- Orvis Pitts and Keith Madsen, students at the University oE Minnesota, and former residents of Belmond, spent 1 the weekend visiting relatives and friends. Are From Magnolia GALT--Mr. and Mrs. John Schmidt of Magnolia spent Sunday at the home of his brother, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Sehmidfi Attends Wedding LAKE MILLS--Miss lone Geving, who is employed in Minneapolis, came to attend the wedding 'of her sister, Delores, Friday evening to Ellsworth Nelson. Visit Near Ottescn RAKE--Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Oakland were weekend guesla at the Ernest Jensen home near Ottesen. Visit at Dougherty DOUGHERTY--P. V. Dougherty and children of Elkader visited relatives here Sunday. Visits at SI. Ansgar ST. ANSGAR--Delbeii Sherman of Lake Center spent Monday in St. Ansgar. Are From Minneapolis CHESTER--Mrs. Laurie Ness, son and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Ness o£ Minneapolis were weekend guests of Chester friends. Visit at Oelwein LEDYAHD--Mr. and Mrs. Elvin Carpenter and son left for Oelwein SUtlday tO Visit at the home Of *VKsrrn:iiu \ V i U l 111UU~ pHl'CIl Mrs. Carpenter's parents, Mr. and and Mrs. R. V. Wilkinson. Mrs. Swartzell. Submits in Operation Daughter Is Born LAKOTA--Julius Strobie C R Y S T A L L A K E -- A nine pound daughter was born Friday night to Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hoick at the home ot her father, Oak Martin. At Parental Home LEDYARD--Miss Evelyn Mayne of Mason City spent the weekend at the parental H. D. Mayne home. Visitors at Perry KANAWHA -- Mr. and Mrs. Charles Brower and daughter, Itclurn (o Goldfield (JOLDFIELD -- Mr. and Mrs. Homer Lyons and children, who have been spending the past several months at Minneapolis, Minn., returned here Sunday to make their home. Visitors at Gall GALT -- Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Carlson, of Colfax and Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Southard and family of Altoona were Sunday guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Stanton Schroder. .At .Parental Home RAKE--Audrey Engum, who attends Sh Olaf college at Northfield, Minn., spent Ihe weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Odin Engum. She came to attend the funeral of her uncle, Car! Kallestad. Visitors From Gilbert _ A R E D A L E -- Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cormaney had as dinner guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Rainbolt, parents of Mrs. Cormaney, and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Crawford and daughter, Pauienc, ail of Gilbert. On Vacation Visit ST. AiVSGAR--John and Laura Halvorson, who attend Cornell college, are spending the Easter vacation with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Ha'lvorson. Visit at Chester CHESTER -- M. R. Jones and son, Percy, of Minneapolis came Sunday for a visit with Chester friends. Is From Campus, 111. LONEROCK --.Edward O'Donnell of Campus, 111., arrived Friday for a visit with relatives. Attends Sale T1TONKA--Alfred Oesterreicher attended the Angus sale sponsored by the Iowa State Breeders association in Des Moines recently. On Vacation Visit KANAWHA--Syrus Tande, student at the University of Minnesota at Minneapolis, came Sunday for a visit at the home of his parents. Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Tande, during the spring vacation. Visitor From Kansas C R Y S T A L L A K E -- A l m a Kirschbaum of Leavenworth, Kans,, came Sunday night to spend a few days at the home of her friends, Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Stewart and daughters. Visit at Glidden ALEXANDER -- Mrs. C l y d e Mease and daughter. Donna Jean, have been visiting the past week with her folks. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Gregory, at Glidden. Sou Is Born RUDD--A son was born (o Mr. End Mrs. Phillip Naumann Thursday, March 23. Guests From t'edir Falls ROCK FALLS--Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Calvert of Cedar Falls spent Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Edgar. Return to Burt BtJRT--J. H. Schroeder has returned from a visit with his daughter at Atchinson, Kans. In company with his wife and daughter he also visited his son, John, at Houston, Tex., and old Mexico. Visit With Parents ROCK FALLS -- Miss Carolyn Wilkinson of Waterloo and Johnnie Wilkinson, student at the University of Minnesota, spent the weekend with their parents, Mr. MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE operated on at the Dolmage hospital Saturday for gall stones. Goes to Parker, S. Dak. LELAND -- Mrs. E. B.«Buren motored to Parker. S. Dak., Saturday and remained until Sunday as a guest at the Ray Gallagher home. Mrs. Buren and Mrs. Gallagher are sisters- Returns From Illinois W E S L E Y -- Mrs. Barbara -- ML .« -«« 6 ,,i t 4, Scnrauth. who has visited rela- Jean, visited Saturday and Sun- tives in Chicago and other Illi- day at the home of Mrs. Brower's nois towns, lias returned home brother and wife. Mr. and Mrs. A. following a two months 1 visit. A. Heiser at Perry. j With her came her niece and Attend Convention i nephew, Mr. and Mrs. .lack Keim. RUDD--The Rev. and Mrs. C. i and son. Jackie, of Chicago, for H. Baruett are attending a min- i a lew days' visit, islerial convention in Waterloo Return to St. Paul this week. Ministers are attending j LEDYARD--Mr. and Mrs. Emit from Minnesota, Illinois. Iowa and Weise returned to their home at Nebraska. The Rev. C. H. Barnett St. Paul, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. of Rudd Is the chairman of this Vfeiae spent the winter at the Al- convention. ! berl Brandt home. Return to Barnsdale, Okla. I Guests From Austin. Minn. ALEXANDER--Mrs. Alexander j ROCK FALLS -- Mrs Edit!) Are From Ox Bow, Canada ROCKWELL -- Mr. and 'Mrs. John Patton of Ox Bow, Canada, arc here for i visit in (he homes o£ George E. Moorehead and Max Kruggle. Mrs. Kruggle is a sister of Mrs. Patton and Mrs. Moorehead is a sister of Mr. Patton. Mlnnesolans Visit HANLONTOWN--Mr. and Mrs, Seymour Hall, managers of a · skating rink at Redwood Falls,' Minn, spent Monday to Wednesday at the R. M. Hall farm home. On Vacation Visits RAKE--lone Nesheim, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. K. Nesheini, and Emery Erdahl, son of Chris Erdahl, students at the University of Minnesota at St. Paul, are spending a week's spring vacation at their parental homes. At Parental Home KANAWHA--Wallace Darrab, Jr., student at the University of Iowa ut Iowa City, spent the weekend at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Darrah. Visit at Alexander ALEXANDER--Mr. and Mrs. Jess Arends of Toledo visited in tile John Arends home Sunday. Attend .Sleeting- ALEXANDER--The Rev, and Mrs. Neelo Boomgarden and Peter and daughter left for their home at Barnsdale, Okla.. Thursday. They have been visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Rodc- meyer the past several weeks. Called by Death Stanley and Mrs. Eisabelle Delaney and children of Austin \vere guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Olden Sunday. Visitors at Kcnsett KENSETT--Mr. and Airs. Ern- TjiTDin "Luin j rvnixoi^A i--:wr. a.ia JMFS. £,rn- _BURl_Mrs. Ross Weaver left i est Thompson. Melvin Thompson .Monday evening for her home at I from Northwood, Mr. and Mrs. Delphi, Ind. She was called here | Olaf C. Thompson and John Joe ?J ,,* l eath of llcr ""«· Mrs. I ot Spring Valley. Minn., and Mr. Ida Kuchenreuther. | and Mrs. Ray Rygmyr and Kris: From Dubuquc j teen of Forest City spent Sunday --Nathan Studer and ! at the home of their' mother. Mrs. daughter, Emma, returned home from the St. Joseph's home in Dubuque where they have been since last fall enjoying (he winter months. Son Is Born LAKOTA--A son was born in , ~ - - - -- -~" ""~ ·-""" "» tmi mi. tvimam aianmson Mr and Mrs. Lawrence Tiipp, last Lake Mills were entertained Saturday. Visit Over Weekend ALGONA--Representative P J Kohlhaas and his daughter. Anita, who clerks for him during sessions at Des Moines, spent the weekend at their home in Algona. Goes to San Antonio, Tc~\ LAKOTA--Mrs. R. L. Williams has left for San Antonio, Tex., and will bring her mother home on the train. Home From Fargo. X. Dak LELAND--Mrs. Frank McGreevey returned Monday froni a three weeks' visit at the hom Christine Thompson, am! sister, Luella, on Sunday. Visit at Kenscll KEiVSETT-- Mr. and Mrs. George Sumner and son of Corning. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Ellingson. and Mr. and Mrs. William Martinson of the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Johnson Sunday. Fort Dodgers Visit BRITT-- Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Cosgriff of Fort Dodge spent tiic weekend with parents, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Cosgriff. Go to Wells, Minn. WODEN -- William Phillips, Henry Blank and Harold Ludeking were business visitors at Weils, Minn,. Monday. On Vacation Visit CORWITH--Russell Ross, music instructor in the Oto school, is with his pr.ients. Mr. and Mrs. B. . -- .. ----- . «,,-.., ,,. ,,,f mjiiii: \\ i » n J U S piil eJ)l. j V l l , Hlla J \ j r ' O o£ her daughter. Mrs. Pcny Rob- A. Ross, for a week's spring va'ca- inson at Fargo, N. Dak. tion. Trti^ c . Vi l ! , lors at Joicc Is From Bf«:c1.vn, Minn. JOICE--Mr. and Mrs. DougU.s FOREST CITY--Mrs. Clarence Bey and son of Maquolccta vi.- Blair of Bi-icclyn. Minn., i-- vpcnd- ited at the Dr. C. W. Peterson j ins the week vi.-iting friends and home Monday. Mr. Bey is the for- j relatives in Forest City. Mr- Blair mer bandmaster at !hc Joite high ; is a guest in the Frank Green school. · hoiijc. Gruis left for Sibley where they will attend a church meeting. On Business Trip SHEFFIELD -- Wilfr 'd Rohn and Ralph Brower are in Plank- ington, S. Dak., looking after the Rohn farm interests. Are From Cedar Rapids POPEJOY--Mr. and Mrs. Golden Wear of Cedar Rapids, visited at the K, M. Dodd home. Visit -at Minneapolis RAKE--Mr. and Mrs. A. K. Nesheim accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Jensi'old and son, Bryant of Buffalo Center, to Minneapolis Sunday where they vis- ited at the Johnnie Midthune home. . · Visit a( Eagle Grove EAGLE GROVE--Mr. and Mrs. Murray Colcman of Valparaiso, Jnd., where Murray is taking a course in radio, are spending u few days with relatives and friends in the city. Has Tonsil Operation j WODEN--Mrs. W. L. Tindall i underwent an operation for the I removal of her tonsils at the Gen- I eral hospital at Algona Tuesday. I Parents ol'^Boy i FERTILE--Mr. and Mrs. Glea ' Hall are parents of a boy born on Tuesday. He weighs 7 pounds, 6 ounches and has been named Marlyn Eugene. Returns From Illinois ST1LSON --Orville Nail returned Monday from Freeport, 111., where he had been with Mr. and Mrs. W. McKee, to visit relatives. Leave for Arkansas POPEJOY--Mr. and Mrs. L. Kenneth Dietrich and daughter, Marlys Avon, who came from Wapello a week ago and have visited in the Jake Dietrich and A. R. Trousdale homes, left Monday for Seranton, Ark., where he ex- pects to be located for a few months employed on the REA. Home For Vacation BRITT--Miss Jeanetle Richardson arrived home this week from Des Moines where she is taking nurses training at the Methodist hospital. She has a three weeks vacation. Visit at Iowa City ALEXANDER--Mr. and. Mrs! Howard Krutsinger and children, Alberta and Richard, and Mrs. Harry Hardy and children left for a few days visit in the Wilbur Phelps home at Iowa City. TRADE-IN Your old mattress NOW -- w e will allow you $10.00 regardless of the condition, on these 4 groups of Nationally Advertised Inner Spring Mattresses. GROUP ONE The "SLUMBERLAND" Inner Spring Mattress Words will mft describe this value. Here is one of the finesr in mattresses. Now is the time to give attention to your bedding requirements. At these prices you con outfit several rooms. See this mattress in our display window. GUARANTEED Regular Price . . . . $24.75 Trade-in Allowance . $10.00 You Pay Only . . $14.75 50c Down -- 50c Week GROUP TWO The "DAVEN-REST" Inner Spring Mattress A mattress you'd never expect to find for less than $27.50 offered at a saving of $10.00. Here is comfort you cannot afford to overlook and construction that is lasting with the famous sisal insulation between the springs and the soft padding. Built to provide sound healthful rest. Choice of ticks. Pay as convenient. GUARANTEED Regular Price . . Trade-in Allowance $27.50 $10.00 You Pay Only . . $ 17.50 50c Down -- 50c Week GROUP THREE The "CHIEF" Inner Spring Mattress Don't delay , . . these prices for a short time only. We urge you to come and personally inspect these values. This mattress has all the newest features. Beautiful covers. GUARANTEED Regular Price . . Trade-in Allowance GROUP FOUR The "TUFTLESS" Inner Spring Mattress Never before could we offer a tuftless mattress at such a low price. Best of inner spring construction. Finest ticks. And as an extra health precaution, all the cotton felt used in this mattress is purified by ULTRA VIOLET RAYS. GUARANTEED Regular Price . . $39.50 Trade-in Allowance $10.00 You Pay Only $29 5 ° 50c Down 50c Week . $29.75 . $10.00 You Pay Only . . $19.75 50c Down -- 50c Week Every Old Mattress Traded in On This Sale Will be Given to the Local Salvation Army to be Given to the Needy of Mason City, IER WOLF SON SEE WINDOW DISPLAY 50- DOWN 50- WEEK "F-;^;^^

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