The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on March 31, 1939 · Page 10
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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 10

Mason City, Iowa
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Friday, March 31, 1939
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l IS 10 BODY OF FARMER FOUND IN YARD Services Are Held for Charles King, Palo Alto Resident EMMETSBURG--Funeral serv Ices were held Friday afternoo for Charles King, (35, well-know Palo Alto county farmer who die suddenly late Wednesday at th home of his brother, Frank King six miles north of Emmetsburj Burial was in St. John's cemeter, here, with the Foy funeral horn in charge. Pallbearers at the services \ver Arnold Doerning, Edward Brad ley, Earl Mortland, Frank Smith James King and John King. Mr. King was found dead Wed ncsday evening in the yard of tin King farm by relatives. His deatl was believed due to heart disease His survivors include the following brothers and sisters'. Frank King of Emmetsburg, James A King of Jefferson, Wis., Mrs. C F. Comstock of Clear Lake, Mrs Sarah Mowder of Bismarck, N Dak., and Mrs. Frank Day o Bennington, Midi. Eastern Star Order Conducts School of Instruction in Hall KANAWHA--The Eastern Star held its school of instruction Wednesday afternoon at the Masonic hall with Mrs. Lucille Johnson of Eagle Grove as district instructor. At 7 o'clock a banquet was held at the Methodist ehureli by Circle No. 3 of the Methodist Ladies Aid Waitresses were Betty Brummond Donna Jean Hanson, Darlene Thorson and Peggy Muhm. Following the banquet initiatory work was put on with D. Lusk Wilkie as the candidate. The chapter presented the worthy matron, Mrs. David Herdman and the instructor, Mrs. Johnson, gifts of corsages and Mrs. Herdman each of her officers a flower. A beautiful basket of roses was presented Mrs. Herdman, Wesley Association Will Meet April 11 WESLEY--The annual meeting of the Wesley Cemetery association win be held at the Exchange State bank directors' rooms at 8 p. m. April 11. Directors will be elected, as well as the naming of other officers, and bids will be received for caretaker. A. E. Giddings is-president,.. BOON IS 2E-ELECXED -. TITONKA^-Supt. C. A. Hoon who is serving his eighth year as head of the consolidated school was re-elected for another year' E. P. Hans en was elected president of the board. MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE FRIDAY, MARCH 31, 1939 Babies Receive Daily Dozen sSH^KEFxls^SrSSisI 3 '""---^ sufficient to give the muscles the needed exercise normal kickme and squirming arc not )istrictNo. 1 of jrove Township Is iighest in Contest NORTHWOOD--G r o v e town- !u"p district No. 1 placed first in he one-act play contest for schools f that township held in connection 'ith the Grove township Farm ureau meeting this week and wil epresent the township in the ounty contest to be held in April District No. 4 won second place nd district No. 3 was third. Included on the program were eadings by Charlotte Kruse and ee Walswicfc, songs by the Hart- xnd township 4-H girls' club uartet, a quartet of Grove town- hip girls, the Northwood high hool girls' quartet, and a solo by liss Ferae JIcQuatters, who ac- ompanied her own song with a ·uitar. A lunch was served followed by social Hour at the close of the ·ogram. BUYS BARBER SHOP NORTHWOOD -- Ted HaUand, ho has been employed in the A. Marshall barber shop for the ast five months, has purchased e James L. Taylor barber shop nd will take possession on April Mr. Taylor will devote his full me to his local automobile lency, Conduct Rites for Philip Depuew in arksville Home MAKE RESERVATIONS for MERKEL'S Style Show Luncheon No Reservations Accepted After 10 A. M., Tuesday, April 4th. Calf operator or head waitress for arrangements for parties of 2, 4, 6 or 8. Luncheon Served Promptly at 1 P. M. 50c PER PERSON HOTEL HANFORD Tad Martin, Manager. ROBERTSON'S POSTOFFICE TO CLOSE APRIL 1 IOWA FALLS -- The post- office of Robertson in this county will officially pass into history Saturday. Insufficient business caused the postoffice department to discontinue this office. It was established in 1880 but was not opened until the following year. A. Hisse was the first postmaster. The town was platted in 1880 when the B. C.-R. N railroad built north from Vinton to Spirit Lake and Sioux Falls. Mr. Risse built the first building in the new town, and was soon followed by an elevator built by A. A. Robertson of this city. CLARKSVILIjE -- Philip Depuew, 84, died suddenly at his lome in Clarksville Wednesday of heart disease. Mr. Depuew lived alone, but a son who lived near, upon seeing no smoke from the chimney, investigated and found his father 11. A doctor was summoned but he died soon afterward. He is survived by six children by his first marriage, William of Weldon, Bert, address unknown, Earl, Loyd and Ben of Clarksville and Mrs. May Graves of Hock Falls, 111. Also 7 grandchildren and 8 great grandchildren. Funeral services were conducted from the Christian church at 2 p. m. Friday and burial was in Lyn- vood cemetery. Andrew Angell to Represent Mitchell in Record Contest OS AGE--Andrew Angell will epresent Mitchell county in the soys' 4-H long-time record con- est, according to Harlan Geiger Mitchell county agent. AngeU's record covers seven years in club work, during which time he has beer, president and vice president of his club. He is now treasurer. He was a member of the hybrid corn demonstration team which won fourth place at the Iowa State fair last year. at Special Prices EASTER STOCKINGS When every inch of you is subjected to critical scrutiny, as it's sure to be on Easter, make certain that your stock- gs do justice to your outfit. Si«rj ii»1l Lovely to ear, lovely to give-- Easter- §1.00 No-Mends of 85c $1.15 No-Mend* ot 95e Short Medium Long Saturday Is the Last Day MISS WILLRETT HEADS SOCIETY Annual Meeting of Plum Creek Literary Group Is at Algona ALGONA-- At the annual ejection of the Pulm Creek Literary society held Wednesday at the MiT i£ f . ^:,, Ray McAVhorter, Miss Elsie Willrett was elected Bode succeedin e Mrs. Harry Other officers elected weve Mrs Mrs F n °r' T Wt - VI " Ce P reside "U MIS. b. C. Tonne, second vice h h H ' thud vice president; Mrs. R. H secre ' ary and treasurer! assistant corresponding secretary* ihe meeting was devoted to MRS, N.E. FIELD RITES MONDAY Services for Joice Woman in Home and Beaver Creek Church JOICE--Funeral services will be held Monday at 1:15 at the country home and at 2 o'clock al Beaver Creek church for Mrs. Nels E. Field, 54, who died early Thursday at a Mason City hospital. Mrs. Field underwent a ma jor operation Monday. She is survived by her husband, her twin sister, Mrs, Louise Fen- saas of Pine River, Minn., a brother, Osmund Suby of Denver, Colo.; five sons, Edwin of Hanlontown; Lloyd of Mason City; the Rev. Carl of Litchfield, Minn.; Johnny of Joice and Raymond at home and two daughters, Mrs! Lora Anderson of Thompson and Mrs. Le- Nora puverson of Fertile. Burial will be at Beaver Creek The Rev. L. F. Scheic will officiate. Suffers Eye Burns, Congestion of Nose, Throat From Fumes H A M P T O N--Harold Walsh employed at the Bryan ice cream factory, suffered serious eye burns and congestion of the nose, and throat Thursday afternoon when sulphur dioxide fumes escaped as ho was fixing a valve in a -large refrigerator at the plant. The valve, which- had been stuck, was suddenly released, allowing the fumes to escape. Mason Cityan Buys Farm Near Plymouth PLYMOUTH --Victor McCIung of Mason City has purchased the 220 acre farm l\f- miles northeast of town known as the William Graves farm. This farm has been owned by the Graves family since the sixties when William C. Graves, a Civil war veteran purchased the patent from the government shortly after the war. SCHOOLS ARE CLOSED LAKE MILLS -- The public schools closed Friday for the spring vacation. School will onen April 10. gardening with Mrs. Harry Bode, d member of the Kossuth Flower ;lub, giving a talk. A special feature on the program "was tests given by Mrs. Ray McCorkle and a flower seed and bulb exchang the new Jjawizon straight cut slip P U R E S I L K SATIN DOSCHE If youve been wonting o real good straight cuf slip to wear with your sheer wools and knitted dresses, see the new Dressmafe! It's THE straight slip . . t 0 i| ored as only Barbizon can tailor! Sleekly fitted f o the body because it is bios cut at the bosom where you wonf curved contours. Pure silk Satin Dosche, regular and half sizes, three lengths, four colors: BLUSH WHITS BLACK NAVY Daughter of Nora Springs Couple Is Dead in Paris, 111. NORA SPRINGS--Word came oE the death of Mrs. Elston Unsold, 32, at a hospital in Paris, 111., Thursday. Mrs. Unseld is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Scheffel of Nora Springs and had lived here all her life until moving with her husband to Paris, 111., last June. She is survived by her husband and parents and one sister. Funeral arrangements have not been completed. Emmetsburg Club to Convene on April 7 EMMETSBURG -- Members of the Emmetsburg Friday club will meet on the afternoon of April 7 in the home of. Mrs. E. G. Swanton here for their annual election of officers for the coming year. Mrs Dwight G. McCarty will give a book review before the business meeting. SPARKS IGNITE FARM RESIDENCE Damage Is Estimated at $450 in Blaze in Vicinity of Algona ALGONA--The Algona fire department was called to the farm 7 miles south of Algona Thursday afternoon when sparks from the chimney set fire to straw banking around the house and burned a portion of the northeast corner of the house from the foundation to the roof. The Ed Wolfe, family tenants the farm which belongs to Mrs. Ruth Kellaher of Superior, Wis. . Nobody was home at the time of the fire, but when the small Wolfe boy came home from school he discovered it and ran to a neighbor for help. D a m a g e amounted to about $450. The Wolfe family, enroute to Algona, passed the fire truck as it was going to their home. Services Saturday for Mrs. Miller, 66, Algona Woman ALGONA--Funeral services will will be held Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the McCullough funeral chapel for Mrs. George Miller, 68, who died Wednesday eve-j ning at the Kossuth hospital lowing a major operation. The Rev. David R. Martin, pas-? tor of the Congregational ehurchj officiated and burial will be made* in the Riverview cemetery. Survivors are her husband and two children, Charles H. Miller and Mrs. Jewell Larsen of Algona. Five'grandchildren also survive. "SLIPPERY SNAKE CITX" SIOUX CITY, (/F)--Chief White Feather, who says he is a great grandson of Sitting Bull, explained that Sioux City to an Indian is "Slippery Snake City." Chief White Feather is assisting with religious meetings being conducted here. We Know What You Want And We Have It. .. L/RESSING UP for Easter Is as.mudi of an American tradition as is trimming the Christmas tree! And this Easter, you have more reason than ever to want to dress up! Fashions are fresh, colorful, young. r An-d:no:fflattervwhafyoui *ype, size or coloring, weknow-whafyott want for .Easter and we have it! STYLE SHOW AND LUNCHEON HOTEL HANFORD V/EDGEWOOD ROOM Tuesday, April 4 Dresses Coats, Suits, Furs, Millinery, Accessories Cor sets, Sports Wear, Negligee and Children's Wear by MERKEL'S Shoes and Handbags by B. B. SHOE CO, Reservations must be made in advance Luncheon and Program 50c Per Person" ^· r ':',:f-sv

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