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SATURDAY, APRIL l, 1939 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE NORTH lOWANS FIRST IN STATE Muscatine Ties With Burlington for 2nd Place at Iowa City IOWA CITY, (ff) -- Waldorf Junior college of Forest City Saturday held first honors in the debate contest held in connection with the annual. Iowa Junior Forensic League tournament here. Muscatine and Burlington Junior colleges tied for second place. Members of the Waldorf team were Verne Anderson, Lawrence Anderson, Marjorie Peterson and Ardyce Branstad. Results of other contests, held Friday, were: Extemporaneous speaking -Ruth Moyle, Maquoketa Junior college, first; Dwight Grotonhuis, Northwestern Junior college, Orange City, second. Original oratory -- Jeannette Bylaarsdam, Northwestern, first, Glen Augspurger, Bloomfield Junior college, second. James I. Dolliver Will Address Wesley Seniors Plan Refinishing of Walls and Ceilings of Church at Joice" JOICE--The men of the Beaver Creek church have decided to refinish the walls and ceilings of the church. At a meeting of the Beaver Creek Ladies Aid Wednesday, the women decided to put in a new floor. Lowering of the pulpit was also discussed. The pulpit at the Bethany church was lowered this week because of poor circulation of air for the speaker. Regular Meeting of Rockwell PTA Held; Program Presented R O C'K W E LL-- The regular meeting of the P. T. A. was held at the gym Thursday evening when the following program was presented: Music, orchestra; duet, Elaine Eilers and LaDelle Nicholson; piano solo, Emma CaLtahan; talk, "Denmark," Miss Ingeborg Lund of Hampton; shadow play, third and fourth grades; piano selection, Dick Smith, Junior Nelson and James Simon. St. Ansgar Woman Describes Scenic Wonders for Club ST. ANSGAR--Mi's. V e 1 m a Mueller, a member who recently returned from a trip to the west coast, presented a paper describing the features of Crater Lake and Yosemite National park, at the regular meeting of the Progress club. Mrs- Hazel Rosel conducted the club institute and a lesson in parliamentary law was given by Mrs. Irene Groth. Charles Dickens Is President of J. C. C. at Decorah in 1939 DECORAH--The Junior Chamber of Commerce will be headed by the following officers in 1939: President, Charles Dickens; vice president, Carleton Baker; secretary, H. C. Smith; treasurer, Ralph Jones. The Board of Directors is composed of Hubert McCauley, Arthur Solheim, Alvin Renaas and the Rev. A. J. Kindred. Dr. R. M Dalquist is chairman. Easter Recess Will Begin on Wednesday IOWA CITY-- The annual Eas ter recess of five and one-half days will begin next Wednesday noon for University, of Jowa students. Equal in length to the spring va- 9a,tions .of recent years, the recess will end Tuesday, April 11, whe classes in all. colleges. re-convene. Hundreds of campus student \vilj lea/v.e. for.th.eir. homes when classrooms close April 5. but many who live long distances will re main here. , SOS Group Meets in Home at Clarksville CLARJCSVILLE-^The SOS met with Mrs. Joe Molsberry on Thursday afternoon. After the business of the meeting games and contests were in order and were carried out with the April Fool idea as the theme. Refreshments were served. Next meeting will be with Mrs. Fred McVeigh on April 14. Blacksmith Suffers Injuries in Mishap SHEFFIELD--Rheinold Skeries, local blacksmith, suffered severe injuries to his right hand Friday m o r u i n g while grinding disc blades. He was taken to the Lutheran hospital at Hampton where it was discovered that the tendons were severed at the wrist ' JAMES I. DOIJJVER CONTEST HELD FOR MUSICIANS Announce Results of Sub-District Held in Clarion School CLARION--Results of the sub- district music contest held here: Trumpet solo, class A: Robert Yochey of Webster City and Harlan Hall of Eagle Grove placed in division 1; class B and C: Peggy Newberg of Clarion placed in division 1. Piano solo, class B and C: Daryl Hanson of Belmond and Lucilie Nelson of Goldfield were rated in division 1. French horn solo, class A: Don Noyce of Webster City and in class B and C Betty Lou Wion of Clarion placed in division 1. Trombone solo, class A: Marvin Heyer of Webster City, and class B and C: Elsie Ward of Klemme and Max Sadoff of Clarion placed in division 1, Violin solo, class B and C: Kathryn Hackbarth of Dows placed in division 1. Cello solo, class B and C: Carol Hofert of plover placed in division 1. Miscellaneous strings: Clarion was rated in division 1. Saxophone quartet:. Goldfield .placed in division 1. Woodwind quintet: Hampton, division 1. Chamber woodwind:- Alexander rated division 1 , Concert band, class C, division 1: Alexander, Goldfield, Sheffield. Girls' sextet, class B and C, division 1: Goldfield, Hampton, Clarion. Mixed small vocal group, class B and C, division 1, Belmond. Girls' small vocal group, class B and C, division 1: Kanawha. School Activities for Remaining Six Weeks of Term Announced WESLEY--School activities for the remaining six weeks of school are to be rather crowded, beginning this weekend with several entrants at the sub-district musical contest being held at Burt. This is followed by the local spelling contest on April 3; Kossuth county spelling contest at Algona April 12; Junior-senior banquet, May 1; Senior class play, May 12 and 13; Class sermon, May 14; Senior breakfast, May 17; Commencement, May IB and the closing day community school picnic on Friday, May 19. James I. Dolliver of Fort Dodge lias been procured to give the commencement address to the class of 1939 which consists of 17 members and include Ruth Mary Bauer, John Bottom, Ralph Carlson, Lavon Gerdes, Lilian John- -frson, Charles Kraus, Jack Lickteig Alvin Loebig, Pauline Moore, Vic:or Mullin, Imogene Neuroth, Ruth Mary Seefeld, Hose Mary Seller; Bernice Stalzer, Bob and Vivian Studer. Conduct Funeral of George Willsie, 63; Burial in Bun: Oak DECORAH -- Funeral service., ./ere conducted Friday for George Henry Willsie, 63, who died at hi home in Prosper, Minn., after several years of poor health. The services were held at the Prosper Methodist church, with burial in Bun- Oak. Three sisters who survive are Mrs. Mark McLaughlin, Olympia Wash.; Mrs. Ed Sprague, Osakis Minn., and Charity Willsie ol School Children to Take Part in Sale mum., ana jjnaniy Willsie o f / . . . T , . , _ . Prosper, with whom he made his for Aid Ot Crippled .. Decorah Grocery Is Purchased by Hagen DECORAH--Clarence Hagen o£ Waterville, brother of Dr. E. F. Hagen of Decorah, has purchased the former Nali grocery store, and took possession Friday. This was known as the Peterson Grocery store for nearly half a century. The purchase was made of Otto G. Olson, administrator of the estate of M. M. Nali, who purchased.the store in 1938. Mr. Nali died tile same year. Mr. Hagen has operated grocery stores in Elkader, Elon and Waterloo. His wife and two sons will join him soon. " -- *·". aim iviia. lonard Gorkovvski were attend- its at a wedding Tuesday eve- ing at Northwood of their friends Vliss Ella Krueger and Alfred tmdahl of Fairchild, Wi«s On return trip Mr. and Mrs. i Rmdahl visited in Madison, Moves to Mankato, Miuu FOREST CITY -- Archie R. iier a visit ai me nome at Mrs. ^reen of Forest City left Thurs- Jenson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. day morning for Mankato, Minn Olp Tpfianri o take a position in the office of the Thompson Lumber company here. Mr. Green has been employed at the Forest City Thomp- ont yards for the past five years. LIT !·*- f! An.-. J H - t . ^ 2,100 TURKEYS LOSE. LIVES'.IN VENTURA BLAZE VENTURA--Fire destroyed a building and 2,100 young turkeys Friday on Vick Myers farm. It was thought a gas tank fell on a brooder stove which caused the explosion. SERVICES FOR FARMER HELD William Rompf, 63* Eagle Grove, Dies; Burial in Rose Hill EAGLE GROVE--Funeral services for William Rompf, 63, prominent farmer, who died Wednesday at his home here, were held at the Wilson chapel, Saturday in charge of the Rev. J. R. Tumbleson of the Methodist church. Fall- bearers were: Webb and Walter James, David Grandgeorge, Ed Davis, Russell Smith and Carl Groves. Burial was made in Rose Hilt cemetery. ."· Surviving are a daughter, Marjorie, a student in Drake university, and one son, Winner, a junior in Eagle Grove high school. One brother, Henry, living at Marion, also survives. Returns to Keusett KENSETT--Clinton Bjorgo, ac- ompanied by his mother, Mrs. lalvor Bjorgo, his sister, Miss Jernice and Miss Luella Thompon, motored to Rochester, Minn., Tuesday where Miv Bjorgo re- eived treatment for his arm. On Vacation Visit PLYMOUTH -- Mr. and Mrs. Jeorge Chesebro of Austin, Minn., :re here vacationing with friends ind relatives. Visits in Des Moines POPEJOY--Mrs. Elmer Classon accompanied Mrs. Will Smith of owa Falls, on a trip to Des Moines Monday for a visit with friends. Return to Minnesota EAGLE GROVE--Mr. and Mrs. dichael Benson of Northfield, »Iinn., have returned to their home ifter a visit at the home of Mrs. Ole Teg] and. Visit at Des nioines : MESERVEY -- Miss Harlena IVatermiller and Mr. and Mrs. lenry Ludeke all o£ Meservey left or Des Moines for a few days' risit. Returns to Fort Dodge K A N A W H A -- Mrs. Jerry 'rainor of Fort Dodge returned to -er home Tuesday following a 'isit at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Trainor arid Mr. and Mrs. .laus Preusman. Leave for IVesl EAGLE GROVE--Mr. and Mrs.' "eorge Sather left Tuesday for ianta Fe, N. Mex., ; arid will visit enroute at Sioux Falls and Rapid City, S. Dak., and in Denver, Colo. South Dakotan Visits LUVERNE--Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Anderson, Huron, S. Dak., ar- ·ived Wednesday evening for a ·isit at the home of her mother Mrs. W. F. Godfrey. Son Is Born LATIMER--Mr. and, Mrs. Rich- ird Lemke are the parents of a boy born Saturday, March 25. From Redwood Falls, Mimj. EAGLE GROVE--Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Buhner and Clarence Buhner of Redwood Falls, Minn., 'isited for a few days at the Buhner home. Visitors at IHcIntire McINTIRE -- Mr. and Mrs (eorge Roberts of Faulkton, S. Dak.. Mrs. L. G. Meek and daugh- er, Mrs. Everett Nelson and hus- and from West Concord, Minn., vere guests of Mrs. Bertha Shipman in Mclntire Thursday. Daughter is Born PLYMOUTH -- Relatives here save received word of the birth of a daughter-to M. and Mrs.;Al Johnson of Kansas City, Mo. They have named her Hethet- Jo. Mrs. Johnson wil be remembered as Miss Una Hodson formerly of this Manly Bakery Will Resume Operations; Intenor Repaired MANLY -- The Manly Bakery will resume operations Monday. A fire which destroyed the flooring under the ovens and the interior woodwork necessitated the moving of the ovens. They have been placed on concrete base now and the interior of the bakery has been refinished and redecorated. The steel ceiling is the feature which saved the building from being destroyed during the fire. The equipment has been rearranged for more efficient service. CALMAR--All the school children of Winneshiek county will participate in the annual nationwide Easter Seal sale which is sponsored by the Iowa Society .for Crippled children. FARM BUREAU MEETS KENSETT--The Kensctt Township Farm Bureau women of District No. 5 met at the home of Mrs. Tom Williams Friday afternoon. Iowa Falls Woman's Services Are Held IOWA FALLS--The funeral of Mrs. James Hogan was held at the Wilbur funeral home F r i d a y afternoon with Mrs. L. H. Sours, pastor of the Christian church, officiating. Mrs. Hogan had been a resident of Hardin county most ot her life, living at Hubbard before coming to Io\va Falls. Mr. Hogan died several years ago. Mrs. Hogan is survived by eight children, most of whom live in Iowa Falls. IS AWARDED SILVER PIN LAKE MILLS--Ray Lande was awarded a silver pin, in recognition of his sales record of Skel- gas equipment. He has only a few more sales to make to become eligible for a gold ring. Roy is associated with his brother at the Lande hardware. Is Insurance Commissioner Shoxvn at his desk in the state insurance department is Charles R. Fischer of Onawa, appointed I o n- a insurance commissioner for the next {our years by Gov. George A. Wilson. Since February he has been serving as commissioner during- the short term. He ivas Governor Wilson's campaign manager during the 1536 and 1938 election years and previously served as head of the state securities deparlmcni, under former Gov. Dan W. Turner. (Iowa Daily Tress photo.) CONTEST HERE and THERE Tuberculosis Association MTMTM. ,._,,-.,«_._ - Meets Monday at Kanawha Dr. C. K. McCarthy to Know Your State Speak at Program in Foot « Dav About Joway! Methodist Church Chambers Miscellaneous items From 125 Globe-Gazette Cone- spondents in North Iowa ond Southern Minnesota ' John" place. iVIove to Davenport OSAGE--Mr. and Mrs. Burnell Flack and two children are mov- .ng to Davenport to make their iiome. Mr. Flack is a salesman for the Fifth x Avenue Beauty Supply company and will make his headquarters in Davenport. Guest From California ROCK FALLS--August Kossack of Pasadena, Calif., visited at the home of his niece, Mr. and Mrs. John Dedina and son William Tuesday. On Business Trip GREENE--Mrs. Ed Thompson left Wednesday night on a business trip to Indiana. Minncsotan Visits EAGLE GROVE--Miss Mary Helen Gunderson, of Worthington, Minn., is visiting at the home of her aunt, Mrs. Joseph Gunderson Returns From West RAKE--A. E. Anderson returned Thursday from Los Angeles, Cal., where he spent the winter months. Visit at Des Moines JOICE--Oscar Armodt, local Chevrolet dealer, and Oscar Twito of Lake Mills spent Tuesday in Des Moines. Visitor From Wisconsin POPEJOY--Mr. and Mr= ^ Taylor, of -Roberts, \Vis., visited her grandmother. Mrs. C. Grupe, and aunt, Mrs. Ed Nolle and family Thursday. Returns to Boston ' ~ "· A, E ne^ L f E BoSo R n°'K r who a was Cemetery at Dumont , , .. called here on account of the death of his foster-father, Knute Rolland, has returned to his hom Visitors From Wyoming Rollins, Wyo., and his mother, Mrs. Henry Zwonitzer. Fulton Kans., were recent visitors at the home of her son, Fred and wife, who are tenants on the L. S. Pearson farm, east of town. Leave for Omaha. Xcbr. McINTIRE--Mrs. William Kor- tcnback of Mclntirc left Thursday evening for Omaha, Nebr., to be with her daughter, Mrs. R. E. La- Grandeur of Missoula, Mont, who Spencer. S. Dak. was operated on Thursday morn- Pallbearers were ing, March SO". Goes to Faribault d James"ciark C "were V the"three KANAWHA - The Hancock rritorial governors of Iowa be- - M u y , Tubei 'culosis association re it was admitted to statehood · d an eai ' ly diagnosis cam- "° ld ' P a 'g» moling at the Kanawha Methodist church Monday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Mrs. W. G. Williams of Garner, county chairman, will have charge Attend Wedding ROCK FALLS--Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Green and . their two sons ^ ^--^^ii anu U1CA1 CWO SOUS Raymond and Richard, will reside in Forest City until school las closed and Mr. Green has es- abhshed a home in Mankato. Serves as Substitute JOICE--Oscar Bang delivered lail on the rural route the past ·eek during the illness, of L. L bfcuttle, the regular carrier, who vent back on the job Thursday. Taken to Hospital ROCKWELL--Robert Gallagher, oldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Gallagher, was taken to the Rockwell hospital Thursday for an ·mergency operation for appendi- Is From Cedar Falls LIME SPRINGS--Miss Marjorie Baker of Cedar Falls is a guest at the Charles Fish home. Leaves For Milwaukee CALMAR--Mrs. C. H. Brad- Jury left Wednesday for Milwaukee, Wis., where she will spend a few days visiting at the home of her sister and family. Return From West NORA SPRINGS--Edna and Wary Roberts relumed Tuesday from a winter's stay in the west, visiting relatives in Windtchee Wash., and Fresno and Los An- f« Ies . . Calif., also visiting the Worlds Fair at San Francisco. Leaves^ For Visit BURT--Mr. and Mrs. C W Patterson left Thursday for a few days visit with their sons, Wendell in Chicago and Gardner at Ann Arbor, Mich. Son Js Born GARNER--A nine pound boy was born to Mr. and Mrs. Walter Woiu-ood Monday night. Visit at Easrle Grove ...EAGLE GROVE--Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas Juliar of Mankato. Minn arrived Wednesday evening to visit relatives and friends. Mr. Juliar returned to his home Thursday, but Mrs. Juliar wil remain. Visitor From North Dakota ROCK FALLS--Harold Andres of Buchanan, N. Dak., is visiting at the home of his sister, Mr. and Mrs. John Dedina. From Steamboat Ifock CALMAR--The Rev. and Mrs. F. Zissler returned to their home in Steamboat Rock Tuesday after a few days visit at the home of their son-in-law and daughter Prof, and Mrs. Marlyn Jamicson. On Western Jaunt BURT -- Mrs. Freda Bauman, who had spent the winter here with her sister. Mrs. Lydia Koestler, has left for Burley. Idaho where she will visit a sister before returning to her home at Middle Lake, Sask., Canada. Former Pastor Visits POPEJOY--The Rev. Miriam E. Hotchkiss, Mrs. Nettie Hotehki^s and Mrs. L. E. Still, of Crystal Lake, are visiting with friends here. of the meeting and will be sisted by the Early Diagnosis chairman, Mrs. H. H. Stewart of Kanawha. The program to be presented is as follows: Music by the hi-»h school girls trio; talk by Dr C K McCarthy of the State Department of Health Division of Tuberculosis; moving pictures, "Let My People Live;" talk by Miss Seaman, registered nurse of the 'State TM Department of Health and music * PE - c - K - MCCARTHY by the high school boys quartet ~~ ~~--" A silver tea will be held sponsored by the American Legion Auxiliary Woman's L and lub. the Kana \vha Charles City News OFFICE AT 603 RIVERSIDE DRIVE, PHONE 1052 DON K. SANDELL, Mgr., Residence, Phone 937-J . News Correspondent, Phone 318 MAESTRO HELD IN FLOYD JAIL Minnesota Officers Seek to Link Rudd Man With Robbeiy CHARGES CITY--William L. Roehler, sheriff, Fairmont, Minn, accompanied by V. B. Clark and another witness from Fairmont, were in Charles City Friday afternoon to identify Gerald "Happy Jake" Earnist who was wanted in Fairmont for alleged robbery of a rooming house owned by Mr, Clark. It is claimed he obtained S230. '·Hnppy Jake,'' former orchestra leader from Rudd, lias several other charges he will have to face. Sheriff B. F. Atherton of Floyd county said Earnist had entered the Rudd elevator seven times. Charles City Briefs recently brought Mr. Atherton Earnist from Brookfield, Mo.~ where he was located by officers after he escaped from the Floyd George Cunningham, 69, Is Interred in county jail last November. Earnist is also said to have served time in The Osage jail. Lynch Fined $100, Costs on Reckless Driving Violation CHARLES CITY--Nathan Lynch pleaded guilty to reckless driving in Justice John McGeeney's court and was fined S100 and costs. He paid the fine and costs and surrendered his liquor permit for one year. Lynch was recently bound over to the grand jury on a charge of driving while intoxicated but this was dismissed on his pica of guilty to the lesser charge. Lodge Is Invited to Nashua Meeting CHARLES CITY--St. Charko lodge No. 141 A. F. and A. M.. has been invited to join the Bradford lodge at Nashua in a meeting Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock. The meeting is in observance of the annual "Simultaneous Meeting Night'' called by Grand Master Realiff Otteson who will address the lodges over the radio. DUMONT-- George Hough Cun- mngham, 69, was buried in the local cemetery Thursday morning. »umors rrom Wyoming *-"" cemetery inursday morning LUVERNE--Chester Zwonitzer, He ^ e d suddenly Monday evening at his home in Spencer followin" a stroke. He is survived by one brother Perry Cunningham, Spencer. S. Dak., and a sister-in-law, Mrs Mary Cunningham and her son Walter of Mason City, all of whom came for the services at the grave in charge of the Rev. Peter Stahl. The body was brought here by Undertaker C. H. Lindekugel, Slayer of Former Resident of Hurt RUDD--E. W. Cheney, agent o the Ohio National Life Insurance company of Cincinnati, Ohio, attended a meeting Wednesday a Faribault, Minn., which was helc for the Ohio National Insuran company's agents of Minnesota. Home From Kansas NORA SPRINGS -- The Drs. Fred and John Richmond brought their mother to her home here the first of the week after she had spent the winter with them in their homes in Kansas City, Kans. Accepts Position EAGLE GROVE--Miss Dorothea Keller, of Winona, Minn., who has been a student of St. Teresa college in that city, visited at the home of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Art Keller. She has accepted a position in the general offices of the Watkins company in Winona, Peter Lieuwen. Will Stock, August Stock Jacob Pfaltzgraff, J. A. Barlow and J. F. Pfaltzgratf. Conduct Rites for Leonhard Weinberger in Church at Lakota LAKOTA -- Funeral services were held Thursday afternoon at St. Paul's Lutheran church for Leonhard Weinberger, 73, who died suddenly Tuesday from heart disease. -Mr. Weinberger was born in Germany and came to this country in 1888. He leaves his w i f e and five sons, Frederick of Buffalo Center. William of Charles City, George of Zion. 111.. Leonhard and Julius of Seattle, Wash. CHARLES CITY--E. A. Sheldon, director of the municipal band, which is being reorganized has called the men to the first rehearsal .in the Legion hall Tuesday evening. C. N. Everson, Decorah, showed motion pictures of the Scandinavian countries which he took during a recent tour with the Luther college band. Jay Ferguson sang a solo accompanied by Mrs R. L. Malmsten. Dr. Ray Fox was chairman of the program. Officers elected at the meelin* of the Baptist World Wide Guild are as follows: Marjorie Lockhart president; Bernadine Thomas vice president; Sylvia Mashek, secretary and Wilda Fulcomer, treasurer. The members enjoyed a picnic supper after which Lucia Merrick^rei'iewed a book on India. E. J. Austin, manager of the Railway Express Agency, went to Des Moines to attend a division meeting and dinner in the Hotel Fort Des Moines. Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Humphrey and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Jenkins left Friday for Florida where they will make their home. Severn! employes of the F. W. Woolworth store attended a party in Mason City Thursday night when employes of the Kresge and Newberry stores in Mason City and Albert Lea joined them. The city council granted a uig- avet permit to Ivan Sewright who operates the White Castle hamburger shop and granted a cisjarel permit and class B license to C. L. Rash, operator of the Star Beer Garden, 97 South Main street. Ruth Counsel o£ Osage had a major operation in the Cedar Valley hospital Thursday night. Mrs. J. R. Lonie of Osage is a patient in the Cedar Valley hospital. O. J. Weisner. O. J. Mayfield and Ira Lawrence attended the Reserve Officers' stag party in Mason City Thursday night. VORECK DIES AFTER ILLNESS Native of Germany, Retired Shoemaker Leaves 6 Children CHARLES CITY -- Rupert T. Voreck, 80. died Friday afternoon at -1:35 in the Cedar Valley hospital. He was a relived shoemaker and had lived here 30 years. Mr. Voreck was born in Germany and t-ame to the United States in" 1884. He lived in Rudd ten years before coming to Charles City. He is survived by si.v children- Rupert G. Voreck. Hot Springs, Mont.: John S. Voreck, Davenport: Mrs. E. N. Clark. Michigan City Ind.; Mrs. V. W. Crowe. Burbank Cal., Mrs. A. H. Arnold, Santa Monica, Cal., and Dr. W. E. Voreck, Charles City. Funeral services were planned Sunday afternoon at 2:30 in the Hauser funeral home with the Rev. J. K. Hawkins, pastor of the Central Methodist church, officiating and burial will be in Riverside cemetery. PICK WINNERS INBURTTESTS Musicians of North Iowa High Schools in Sectional Meet BURT--Further results of the St state sectional music contest North "" Central district being held here follow. : The final event Thursday afternoon was the Girls' Glee clubii Class C. Fifteen schools were en-S tered and results were as follows: $a Graettinger, Burt and Hingsted, 1 division 1; Wesley, Titonka, Arm- ·* strong, Mallard, Thompson Swea : City, and West Bend, division 2- and Luvei-ne, Dolliver, Ledyard' and Fenton, division 3. The first event Thursday evening was the Class B-C mezzo-soprano solo event. Elaine Kluger, Swea City and Alice Camden Armstrong, were rated division 1; Doris Henningson, Grettinger, Ann Lickteig, Wesley, and Virginia Walley, Corwith, were in division 2; Gladys Satern, Ottosen, and Virl June Higgins, Burt, were in division 3. Britt, Lakola Kank High The second event was the Boys' quartet, Class B-C. Britt and Lakota were in division 1 and .Burt and Bode in division 2. In the mixed chorus Class B only Britt competed and was rated division 1. In the Girls' Glee club Class B event, Britt was in division I and Buffalo Center division 3. Britt was the only entry in the Boys' Glee club" Class B event and rated division 1. In the mixed quartet Class B-C West Bend and Britt rated division 1, Corwith and Lakota division 2 and Fenton, division 3. Paul Garry Is Winner Friday morning the Bass solo Class B-C was the first event. Paul Garry, Ledyard, and Leo Grady, Graettinger, were in division 1.; Victor Mullin, Wesley, was in division 2. Bode and Titonka also competed. Friday morning it was announced that only the winners hereafter would be announced and other schools would receive their ratings by mail. Winners in the Soprano'solo Class B-C event were Marjorie Christiansen, Kingsted, Helen Barber, Graettinger, and Harriet Lockwood, West Bend. In division 2 were Charlotte Johnson, Bode, and Patricia Ball. Titonka, Corwith, Ledyard, and Thompson alsoJ completed. '"" Two in Division 1 In the Contralto solo B-C event: Lucile Leland, . Swea .City, ariij Alice Kuchenreuther,. Titonka;^ were in division 1. Jean Merriam,^ Corwith, Lucille R o b i n s o n,"f Thompson, and Marjorie Gable, Ledyard, were in division 2. In the baritone solo class B-C ' Dean Shay, Thompson; Dale Dunn,, West Bend, and Alan' Hersleff, Graettinger were in division 1. Sterling Bay, Armstrong, and Lowell Kalvig, Corwith, were in division 2. Burt, Dolliver and Buf- · falo Center also competed. In the mixed small vocal group class B-C, Ottosen and Burt, the-: only contenders, rated division 2. Thompson Chorus Wins Friday afternoon in the mixed chorus, class C event Thompson was irt division 1 and West Bend, Graettinger, Burt, Swea City, Titonka and Mallard in division 2. Bode. Fenton, Dolliver and Wesley alsu competed. In the boys' glee club class C event Titonka was in division I ;md Thompson and Ledyard in division 2. In the tenor solo class B-C event, Donald Looft, Ledyard, and Marlyn Kansing, Thompson, were in division 1. Robert Thaves, Burt, and Harley Chambers, Corwith, were in division 2. Itobcrt S. James (above), Los Angeles barber, will pay with his life for the murder of his wife, the former Mary Bush, once a Bnrt girl, sisfer of Mrs. Walter Genrich of Luverne. James, also known as "Rattlesnake Bob," was convicted on a charge of committing the murder a few montlts after he ha.d had his wire's lite insured in his favor for 510,000. BRITT MAN GETS PERFECT HAND IN CRIBBAGEGAME BRITT -- Gus Solstrom and Lyman Niiser were playing cribbage Thursda/ night and Mr. Naser was dealt a perfect cribbase hand. aiiu 5umu· Briers o r ~ ~ April Term Opens Monday; Grand jury to Meet on Tuesday CHARLES CITY--Judge Henry Graven. Mason City, will open the April term of court Monday. The grand jury will meet Tuesday and the trial jury one week later. Twenty-three criminal cases are on the docket, 47 new civil cases and 176 old cases. The date for hearing applications for naturalization will be April 6. Judge T. A. Beardmore who held court in Northwood, Mason City and Garner this week will hold court in Charles City Saturday. The British aren't simple. They provide relief, but an independent committee of taxpayers investigates every applicant for tax money.--Cedar Rapids Gazette. THE stry OF YOUR LIFE fun tn rtr tKf«p~*fiTn'» "". 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