The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on March 31, 1939 · Page 5
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March 31, 1939

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 5

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FRIDAY, MAHCH 31, 1939 l\ PLAN RITES OF EMGRORIE, 80 Former Resident of Osage Dies at Home of Son in Kansas t OSAGE^Services will be held | ^Sunday at 2 p. m. at the Cham|... Jfpion funeral home for Albert Em- Ik/ erode, 80, who died at Leavenworth, Kans., Thursday -where he was making Ms home with his son, Henry. Intertnent will be in Brownville cemetery. He is also survived by his daughter, Mrs. Allene Sauers, Brown- MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE ville, a sister, Mrs. Belle Fotte, Ricevjlle. 70 Voice Choir to Present Cantata at Goldfield Sunday GOLDFIELD -- The combined choirs of the four local churches and other vocalists of the community consisting of over 70 voices will present the cantata "The Eternal King" by Ira B. Wilson at the Memorial hall on Sunday evening. Mrs. F. M. Clausen is Hie director with Mrs. G. G. Bradeu the accompanist. Hire New Operator BELMOND--Miss Jennie Bran of Renwick has accepted a position as operator in the Holland Beauty Shop in Belmond. Show v A PE PATENT DAL elasticiied s' strap. WHI' also. 354 to 1 $199 Others J.2.49 to §3.95 i n t h i s ing PATENT PUMP, rfs and a y bow. Use Your Charge .Account Dflmorr TICK TOCK SHOES Mail Orders Promptly Filled "To walk in beauty" is no trick for the girt who is slorificd the Gossard w t \y. Trie new "hotirsUss" MisSimplicity* provides the sAnic dijonal pull control.,but is smaller throush the waistline, lo give you the tiniest possible wcvHt between shoulder and hemline width. Model 3760 -$5.00 ·R if. V. S. Fal. Of. fa. No. MS} .111 GO55AR.D £ Dfimorvs Queen" Weors Pine Cones SAFETY COUNCIL MEETING STAGED List of Directors for Ensuing Year Named at Hampton HAMPTON -- Meeting o£ the ixecutive officers.was held in the :lub room of Hotel Coonley. Mem- jers present were President J. B. iungerford, Fred R o li 11 and George Dunn. , A list of directors for the en- ;uing year was named as follows: Charles Jacltson, Hansell; Supt. Wisher, Popejoy; J. W. Sehweiger, Morgan; the Rev. Mr. Getty. Geneva; S. A. Deam, Chapin; Harvey Schorling, Richland township; Carl Voster, Sheffield; Mrs. George Es- jlinger, Sheffield: Ed Dohrmann, VIott township; Mike McMeniman, West Parlc township: Mrs. L. M. Green, Wisner township; Harry Collings, Hampton; C. L. Bredt, Hampton; Mrs. A. E. Rankin Fine cones crown Ann Campos, who'll be "Plnea" in the Southern Paper festival at Savannah April 16-19 when the south honors its new Industry, paper from pine wood. NERDIG HEADS RAKE COMPANY Elected at Annual Meeting of Farmers Shipping Association R A K E -- T h e Rake Farmers Shipping association helcj its annual business meeting at the city hall Wednesday afternoon. August Nerdig was elected president and L. H. Asmus, secretary. Directors re-elected are Carl Havnen, Iver Okland, G. E. Tananger and Johnnie Jarshaw. Francis Bui-how was elected directoi to replace L. B. Erdahl, whose term expired. Ole A. Hove was veappointed manager and buyer lor the association f o r r t h e ninth consecutive year. Manager Hove served lunch alter the meeting. Pre-Easter Cantata at Britt on Sunday; 28 Voices in Choir BRITT --The Klemme Methodist choir will present a pre-Eas ter cantata Sunday night at the Britt Methodist church. This choir of 28 voices under the direction of Mrs. "William Zabilka, will sing "Hosanna." Mrs. E. G. Schaeffe is pianist and is assisted bv Mrs Matt Smith. Hampton; Mrs. R. A. Johnson, Latimer; Jerry Beenen, Alexander; Paul Newton, Bradford; Leslie Christensen, Coulter; John Kline, Iowa Falls; Charles Schachterle, Fallmer. The first business meeting of the Safety Council will be held at the Memorial hall in Hampton, on Thursday, April 6, at 7:45, in the evening. The council will consist of some of the old council members and some new members have been asked to serve. All members are asked to make every effort to be on hand at the meeting, Thursday, April 6, as the plan for the year's work in the county will be started at that meeting. Suffers Injury in Mishap at Corwith C O R W I T H--Mrs. Catherine Shipman, 72, suffered an injury to her right knee when she caught her heel on a rug in the kitchen and fell Wednesday morning at her home. She is confined to her bed. REBEKAHS WILL MEET APRIL 11 District Convention Is Scheduled for Nashua; Expect Many NASHUA--The thirty-sixth session of the Hebekah district convention will be held in Nashua Tuesday, April 11. Lodges from 13 towns in Jive north Iowa counties will participate in the program, which will include morning, afternoon and evening sessions. Counties to be represented are Chickasaw, Mitchell, B'loyd, Cerro Gordo, ' and Worth, and lodges'from the following towns will take part: New Hampton. Charles City, N o r a Springs, Marble Rock, Osage, McIntyre, Plymouth, Thornton, Mason City, Clear Lake, Manly, Northwood, Nashua. Members of the lodge serving as convention officers are: Presi- dent, Mrs. J. J. Laird; vice president, Mrs. Claude Cook; secretary, Mrs. Harold Strike; treasurer, Mrs. Maude Hanson; chairman of the executive: committee, Mrs. William Averhoff. Algona Association Will.MeetApriB ALGONA--The annual meeting of the Algona Cemetery association will be held April 3 at 4 o'clock at which time the annual election of officers will take place and other business be taken care of. Mrs. H. L. Hettler Coterie President NEW HAMPTON--The Royal Coterie held its annual election" of officers and Mrs. H. L. Hettler was named president; Mrs. John Arnhalt, vice president; Mrs. Joseph Lciehtman, secretary- treasurer. Sheffield Brick and Tile Plans to Begin Operations Again SHEFFIELD -- The Sheffield Brick and Tile company will resume operations Monday after being closed the past month for repairs. Heading the list of improvements is the installation of a new hammer mill. ^ H « r o I. JfJnailn ST ^* * ·°naitlon*; Due " ShJggVih' {towel* »/_ t .·*·!* M · If vni. » V . t ~ l . . l . . _ ^ ,1 vh nllef trota i uui aciiunteo. retm *-efund tiic purcbaae p r i c e . That'i (· Ir Get Kit T»Wea todiyt ALWAYS CARHY ffl k / T O - N I C H T ITXioMoaBo.A.Bit!.. QUICK RELIEF FOR ACID INDIGESTION District No. 4 Is Winner of Annual Play Competition KENSETT -- The rural schools of Kensett township held their annual one act play contest in the high school assembly on Monday evening. Six schools competed and were allowed 15 minutes each for their play. District No. 4 with Miss Dons Turbett as teacher received first place with her play entitled "Orville's First Date." Second place was awarded to Kensett No. 3 with Miss Nbrma Iverson as teacher. Judges were Miss Fullmer and Miss Pooley of the Kensett schools and Mrs. Nichols of Carpenter. Colfax Man Held in Wright County Jail on Larceny Charge CLARION--Hubert Yochum of Colfax is in the Wright county ! jail on a charge., ot larceny by trick. Colfax allegedly contracted with Guy State, a Wright county farmer, for hay to be paid for as he hauled away each load. Colfax allegedly paid for the first load arid took the remaining loads without paying for them when State was away from home , Charges were filed by State. Winthrop Pastor to Eagle Grove Pulpit EAGLE GROVE -- The Rev. John L. Byrne of Winthrop will succeed the Rev. Patrick Molloy in the pastorate of the Sacred Heart church here, the latter having been transferred to the church at Ryan. The Rev. Mr. Byrne was educated in Loras college, Dubuque, and in Saint Paul seminary, having been ordained there in 1914. He took post graduate work in the Catholic university at Wash ington. D. C, and at the Univer sity of Chicago; was formerly ; teacher at Loras college." and ha^ been in charge at Winthrop since 1938. New Hampton Pastor Accepts New Call NEW HAMPTON--The Rev Roy C. IongfeIIow, pastor of the Baptist church here since Apri 15, 1936, has resigned as of May 1, to accept the call ot the Firsl Baptist church in Watertown, S Dak. The Rev. Mr. Longfellow came here from Churdan. NEW GASOLINE s \ SkuQiitf I REC.T.M. ... for those who want the best o OKY CHIEF is ready--placing at your command a gasoline that is entirely new, utterly different. When SKY CHIEF goes into your tank, a great experience awaits you. For the first time, you -will feel the sensation of * flying -- while you're driving your own automobile. As you press your accelerator, note how smoothly your car responds to the continuous stream of power flowing into your engine. 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