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March 31, 1939

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

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^'^^-^^^Mu^a^i^itfj^ ^ TM~7-- - ". ---- ;· FHIDAY, MARCH 31, 1939 CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE Many of North Iowa Schools Entered in State Competition . BURT--The state sectional music contest of the North Centra] district opened here Thursday afternoon Twenty-three towns and about 900 contestants are tak- · W iiP ar y n e tt 11 " 66 dav contest. Ihe first event was the girls' sextet group for class B-C, in which. Ottosen, Wesley, Mallard, Burt - Corwjth, Ringsted, Thompson,. West Bend, Lakota, Graet- unger, Ledyard, Buffalo Center et d J ^ mstron S and Britt com- Those receiving ratings in divi- c sion one were Mallard, Hurt Arm* strong and Britt. Division two ratings were given to Wesley, Corwith West Bend, Lakota and draettinger. Division three ratings - went to Ottosen, Ringsted, Thompson and Bode. Division four ratings went to Ledyard and Buffalo Center. The second event was -the class a-C girls' small vocal group Ringsted and Fenton were the only entries in this event Ringsted was rated in division one and Fenton in division 2. Fifteen schools had entries in the girls' glee' club event: Wesley Luverne, Titonka, Dolliver, Swea City, Ledyard, Bode, Fenton, £?£. *J? D ««lL. Thompson, RESULTS OF CLARION CONTEST ARE GIVEN CLARION--Following are the results ol the first session of the sub-disfnct music contest held *f re '- Contralto solo, class B and C--Marian Smith of Clarion, Pee- gy Christie of Hampton, Lucille Nelson of Goldfield and Lcona iiaiiey of Rowan were given ratings in division one Boys' quartet, class B and C-Hampton was rated in division one. Boys' glee club--class C-Renwick in division one and in class B--Hampton and Clarion in division one. Cantata Planned in Plymouth on Sunday , r - T h e senior cho! of the M. B. church will sing the cantata "Rise Glorious Conqueror" ounday morning at 10:30 Mrs ^^ 1 * Peshak is chorister, direct- Ing the choir of 15 voices. Come ana hear this cantata. CHICAGO--From stenographer to railroad president in 40 yeaj-s was the story-book climb that has been completed by Edward J. Engel, newly-named head of the Atchison, Topeka. and Sanla Fe Railway company. Announcement of Mr. Engel's appointment to fill the vacancy caused by the death of Samuel T. Bledsoe, president and chairman of the executive committee of the 13,000 mile Santa Fe System since 1933, was made following Thursday's meeting of that company's board of directors. r FORMER NORTH IOWAN KILLED Charles Dunn, Once From Eagle Grove, Is Victim of Accident EAGLE GROVE -- Word has been received by friends in this city of the death of Charles Dunn at Downey, Cal., as the result of an automobile accident. Mr. Dunn was agent for the American Express company here, about 20 years ago, and was active in the American Legion. He is survived by the widow and three children, two sons and a daughter. CONDITION OF CONWAY BETTER Graethnger Farmer Seriously Injured in Headon Collision EMMETSBURG -- The condition of John Conway, Graettinger farmer who was seriously injured Wednesday night in a headon auto crash- near here, was reported to be improved late Thursday by attendants at the Palo Alto county hospital, where he was taken following the crash. Conway, who is 'about 45, suffered a broken collarbone, a fractured shoulder blade and several fractured ribs. He also suffered severe facial and head lacerations in the crash. Conway's car collided with a car driven by Robert Darrah, 19, o£ Emmetsburg, on highway 18 3 miles northwest of Emmetsburg. Palo Alto county officers investigating the crash said that no cause had been set, but indicated that a heavy fog over the highway might have been partly to blame. Both cars were demolished by the impact of the accident. Mrs. Pfaltzgraff Is Elected President of Group at Dumont DUMONT -- Twenty members of the Christian Home Makers Sunday school class met Tuesday evening for a social and business meeting at the Vern Ahrens farm home. Mrs. Louise Harms assisted Mrs. Ahrens with refreshments. Officers elected were: President, Mrs. Raymond Pfaltzgraff; vice president, Vern Ahrens' secretary, Mrs. Willard Dennis, and treasurer, George Rosenstock. The class will meet April 4 with Mrs. Raymond Pfaltzgraff with Mrs. George Rosenstock assisting. ATTEND FUNERAL ROCKWELL--Wayne and Robert Elsbury were called to Sutherland to attend the funeral of their father, E. C. Elsbury, on Wednesday. Mr. Elsbury died following a cerebral hemmorhage. He will be remembered as a resident of this locality for a feiv years prior to moving to Sutherland. New war aphorism: You can conquer land and kill people, but you can't conquer people.--Dubuque Telegraph-Herald. Another Triumph! The 21st Annual Globe-Gazette Cooking School Was a H u g e Success! In the Spring of the year we are always glad to see the Cooking School begin. Now the twenty-first one has opened and closed. We feel that this year's school surpassed even last year's great program. We all endeavored to attain that end. It has been a pleasure indeed for us to take part in this community project and to contribute musically to its success. John D. Vance MRS. H. C. HOUGUTON WOMEN'S CLUB PLAN MEETING County Federation Convenes at Forest City for Program FOREST CITY--Announcement has been made concerning plans for the April meeting of the county federation of women's clubs to be held In the First Methodist church in Forest City Tuesday April 11. " It will be an all day meeting with lunch served in the church basement at noon. Ten clubs belong to the federation, and the meetings are also open to guests Mrs. H. C. Houghton of Red Oak, main speaker on the program, will talk at 11 a. m. Mrs. L. H. Ladd of Pomeroy, eighth district director-elect, will also be here to hold a club institute. CONFERENCE ON HEAT PLANNED 4th Annual Parley to Be Held April 11, 12, 13 at Ames AMES -- The fourth annual heating and air conditioning conference sponsored jointly by the Iowa-Nebraska section of the American Society of Heating and Ventilating Engineers and the engineering extension service of Iowa State college will be held here April 11, 12, 13. The three day conference will feature more than 30 exhibits of recent developments by firms manufacturing heating and air conditioning equipment, as well as discussions led by men of wide experience in this field. Heating and ventilating of public schools, contracts, water supply and disposal for air conditioning m Iowa, installation and maintenance of oil burners, the dustless treatment ot Iowa coals and stoker servicing and operation will be a few of the topics discussed. Confirmation of 20 Planned at Manly in Lutheran Church MANLY--On Palm Sunday at the morning service 12 boys and eight girls will be confirmed at Manly Lutheran church. The rite of confirmation will be administered to Leone Adeli Hagen, Virginia Mae Moore, Dolores Esther Frommhold, Betty Amelia Christiansen, Lila Harrit Cooper, Dorothy Helene Rachut, Mildred Louise Bachman, Carol June Tatro, Junior Lorvelle Christiansen, Laird John Moore, Eldon Sanford Lemler, Robert Eugene Holmquest, Vergil Philip Hendrickson, Roger Leon Swisher, Victor Jule Madsen, Maynard Ernest Flatness, Max John Oltman, LeRoy Ernest Grefc Lawrence Arthur Banker and John Henry Schulte. Elfred Kaiser will sing "The Palms;" the choir will sing "God So Loved the World," by Stainer under the direction of Mrs G S Westly. The service will begin promptly at 10:30 o'clock. Dentist Formerly of New Hampton Dies in St. Paul. Minnesota NEW HAMPTON--F u n e r a 1 services were held Tuesday for Dr. Paul McAloon, 47, who died Saturday in St. Paul. The dentist was born here. He was graduated from the parochial schools and a school of dentistry in Kentucky. Besides his widow and daughter he is survived by his mother, Mrs. Peter McAloon: three brothers Robert and Harold of New Hampton, Leo of Sumncr, six sisters Mrs. G. C. Thorsness of Minneapolis. Mrs. Mnry . Glass of St Paul. Mrs. M. H. O'Neill of Seattle, Wash., Mrs. R. J. Sullivan of New Hampton, Mrs. Carl Braham of St. Paul and Mrs. Edward Sheridan of Lawler. H T H r a E Visitor From Grasslon, Minn DUMONT - Wayne Whit" a former resident, came Saturday from Grasston, Minn., and spent until Wednesday with his cousin, Claire Woodley, and wife and other relatives. Return From California ST. ANSGAR _ Mr. and Mrs. Herman Dieterichs returned from Long Beach, Cal., where they had been since December. Returns From Wisconsin CALMAR--Mrs. William Hazelton arrived home Tuesday morning from Fall River, WK where J tas . , spent the P ast three months at the home of her sister On Business Trip EMMETSBURG - L a u r e n c e Brennan of Emmetsburg returned Tuesday mght from Des Moines where he had spent the day on business. At Parental Home ST. ANSGAR -- Mrs. Harold tield and son, Terry, who have been spending the winter at Ciearwater, PJa., are visiting at the parental Nute Carson home On Weekend Visit CALMAR--Prof, and Mrs. Donald Hanson spent the weekend visiting relatives in Davenport and in Cardana, 111. Visit at Roland ST. ANSGAR -- M,-. a n d Mrs Irvin Thompson accompanied Dr Paul Thompson and Mr. and Mrs. Wenry Thompson of Forest City to Koland Sunday to visit relatives Coloradoans Visit CALMAR--Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lauer o f Denver, Colo., are here visiting relatives and friends being called here by the death of Mr. Lauer's sister of Hawkeye. Move in Olson Home ST. AKfSGAR--EImer Halvorson and family moved Wednesday into the house which he purchased from the Misses Anna and Jennie Olson. The E. L. Harden family will move April 11 into the house vacated by the Halvnr- sons. Presented in Recital KANAWHA--Miss Mildred Potter of Des Moines presented Everett Tande In a violin and piano recital Tuesday evening at the high school auditorium. Is From Rochester CHESTER--Mrs. Charles Anderson of Rochester visited her brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs Harold Jones Tuesday evening Returns to Thompson THOMPSON -- Mrs. C. W French, who has spent the winter months with her daughter at Austin, returned to her home here Tuesday. to Dubu^ue T ,:vr~~"--"^uben a n d George IP?IP T- rf° nS ° £ Mr - a " d M «. wh · returned to Dubuque gHSIxBS CHElTl^^'^h^Thomas Vn»^ £ Stal Lake Wednesday ,T"^l/ e J tlamde r , of her Go to DCS Moines pSAGE-Mrs. H. C. Hill and Miss Josephine Kingsbury drove to Des Moines Wednesday to visit Mrs Hill's daughter, Mrs. Robert Hanlon^ and husband. Undergoes Operation RAKE--Lillian Beaver, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Guy Beaver underwent an operation for ap- pend^citis at the Naeve hospital night. ' mn '' on ay Visits at S(. Anssrar ST. ANSGAR-RichardI Loren?en, who attends college at Ames is spending this week at the par- entol Nick Lorenzcm home Arc From Pccatonica, 111 iih W F A B C , ITY ^ Toe Johnson and Albert Peterson of Pecotonica, lit., were visitors at the Paul W Larson home on Tuesday, returning from a business trip to Bismarck-, N. Dak. They are relatives of Mrs. Larson. . Submits to Operation ROCKWELL --Lavonne Scholl daughter of Mr. and Mrs Nick Scholl, underwent an operation at the local hospital for appendicitis ana tonsils. At Parental Home CLARION -- Wayne McCoy of Des Moines visited Tuesday at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. J. McCoy. At Parental Home SHEFFIELD _ Miss Alberta Lockram, Chicago, is visiting her Parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Cockram. From Utah ana Nevada HUTCHINS -- Mr. and Mrs George Prull and Miss Ruth Siler of Salt Lake City, Utah, and Miss Donna Mae Sandberg of Ely, Nev are visiting at the home of a brother, Will Prull. Return From Boone KENSETT--Mr. and Mrs. August Krumm, Sr., returned Monday from Boone where they visited relatives and friends. LESTER E. ARMSTRONG GARNER GROUP MEETS TUESDAY Mrs.A.F.Fritscri, Public Librarian Is Also on Program GARNER--A review of "The Prairie Rim" by the author, Lester E. Armstrong, well known Iowa author from Mason City, will be given at a meeting of the Garner Woman's club to be held at 7 P- m. Tuesday in the C D of A hall here. The program will follow a dessert luncheon, which will be served by a committee. Also appearing on the program will be Mrs. A. Frances Fritsch public librarian here, who will give her annual "Book Jacket Review" in which she displays new books received at the Garner library and gives a prevue of the literary treats in store during this year. April 1 Moving Day for Several Lime Springs Families LIME SPRINGS--April 1 is a popular moving day for several Lim» Springs families. The Willard Thomas family will move into the home of Mrs. S. H. Hall who is moving to an apartment in one of her other houses. The Earl Me- HARRYWOODLEY SERVICES HELD Clarion Man Dies in Phoenix, Ariz., Was HI Since Holidays CLARION _ Funeral services Tor Harry Woodley, 59, who died h ?S rnu ln Phoenix Ariz., were vf 1 TM ui ' sda y afternoon at the Methodist Episcopal church. The :, e Y' "· E. Harvey, pastor of the -»»;?S ISt « church . officiated, assisted by the Rev. Mr. Beebe pastor ot the Congregational church Mr. Woodley became ill shortly before Christmas and althoueh he ^TMSht i-elief by change of cli! £,»!% d ,'. od in phoe ni*, Ariz., baturday afternoon, March 25 Mr. Woodley's father a n d ' t w o sisters died several years ago Surviving are his aged motheV his wife, three children, Everett »«rt M % Lawrene e of Rowan, and Mrs. Pearl Pardun of Clar ion; one brother, Roy, of Clarion-' and two sisters, Mrs. Mayme ?? anee ° f Windom. Minn., and Mrs. Ohve Cundall of Clarion; Neu fSSSHf Clarion. 0 " ^ Homemakers Meet in Ryburn Home in Rockwell Vicinity ROCKWELL - At the farm home of Mrs. Monroe Ryburn "T «Tv, kwc "' wiih lle GeneseS and Bath township "Homemakers m attendance, 12 ladies were present at a meeting given by Mrs. Florence Ferguson on "Making the Most of the Child's Heredity. Many phases of the lesson were discussed, such as "Future Generations," "Physical Traits" Mental Traits" and many oth- A lunch was served at the noon hour. The listening numbers to be used for the Achievement day recognition test were played. Causaand family will move into the house vacated by tho Thomas family. Lester Moar will move into his own home from the apartment above the Dunlap cafe while Mr Dunlap will move his family into the apartment vacated by the Mpar family. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Klomp will move into an apartment in the C. H. Moore house Mr. and Mrs. Ben Bergen and family will move into the John Moore house. 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