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May 4, 1936

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

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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, MAY 4 1936 THREE GROUP MEETINGS OF IOWA BANKERS STARTED AT OELWEIN FOUR OTHERS IN STATE PLANNED Members of Two Groups to Assemble at Each of Gatherings. DBS MOINES, UP) -- Starting Monday, group meetings of the Iowa Bankers association, headed by Melvin Ellis of Charles City, got under way at Oelwein. and will continue on a set schedule as follows throughout the rest of the ·week: Monday, May 4, groups 3 and 4 at Oelwein. Tuesday, May 5, groups 7 and 8 at Muscatine. Wednesday, May 6, groups 6 and 10 at Ottumwa- Thursday, May 7, groups 5 and 9 at Atlantic. Friday, May 8, groups 1 and 2 at Sac City. :-: HERE AND THERE :-: Miscellaneous Items From 125 Globe-Gazette Correspondents in North Iowa and Minnesota Several New Teachers Are Elected in Dumont DUMONT--All the teachers were rehired, the grade teachers with a raise in salary of 5 per, cent OP more. Only 3 grade teachers signed contracts, Miss Jeanne Christianson, Eagle Grove, for second grade year; Miss Eleanor Stoddard, Waterloo, who taught fourth grade last vear, will teach third next year, and Miss Marian Hotchkin, Mason City, sixth grade for her second year. New grade teachers who have contracts are: First, Miss Ethel May Northey, teaching at Pleasant Plain; fourth, Miss .Winifred Dodd, New Hartford; fifth, Miss Gladys King, Hubbard; seventh. Miss Bernadine Vike, Eagle Grove; eighth and domestic science. Miss Vera Davisson, Hampton. Supt. R. H. Atchison has signed for his fifth year at last year's salary. Principal and coach, Franz Rausenberger; Mrs. Rausenberger, music teacher; Miss Idella M. Quill. English, and Albert Langerak, mathematics and science, have not signed as yet. Three Injured in Auto Accident Near Algona ALGONA -- Automobiles driven by H. K. Lampe, Bancroft and C. E. Dearchs, Burt, crashed Saturday evening 4% miles north of Algona on the pavement. The Lampe car was coming toward Algona and the other going north. The Lampe car was hit directly past the engine and is beyond repair. Occupants of the Lampe car were Mr. and Mrs. H. K. Lampe and two daughters and Marguerite and Evelyn Wilhelmi, also of Bancroft. Three of these were brought to the Kossuth hospital for treatment. The injuries ware not considered serious, however. New Schoolhouse Will Be Put Up at Sexton SEXTON--Sexton will get a new schoolhouse this summer. Irvington township voted on the project Friday night with a good majority in favor of it. 60 at Homecoming Held by Rebekahs at Thornton THORNTON--About 60 attended the annual homecoming meeting of the Rebekah lodge Friday night. Mrs. Walter Parish read a history of the local chapter. Mrs. Leland Jacobson of Clear Lake gave a talk. Betty Christensen and Audrey Hendrickson offered readings and Helen Hartwig and Alvin Mayhew sang solos. Fredencksburg Victim of Pneumonia Is Buried ' FREDERICKSBURG -- Funeral services for Peter Arne, 46, were held here Friday afternoon in the Congregational church with the Rev. Walter Koch officiating. Mr. Arne died at his home here Wednesday after several days' illness of pneumonia. He was a member of the local American Legion post. He is survived by his wife, three daughters, Maren, Betty and Mildred, and one son, John, all at home. Enters National Contest. HUtMBOLDT, UP)--Under the sponsorship of the Junior Chamber of Commerce, James Suiek, Humboldt high school student who won first place in the state forensic finals at Jefferson, has entered the national contest at Oklahoma City. Submits to Aperation. . CLARKSVILLE--Mrs. Pearl Walter was recently operated upon for internal tumor at Mercy hospital, Waverly. MADE 'TIL HE DISCOVERED ALL VEGETABLE CORRECTIVE For years he suffered with constipation. Blamed it on his work. Then a f r i e n d told him about the natural all-vegetable corrective. Nature's Remedy NR Tablets contain a balanced combination 01 ine laxatives provided by nature in plants and vegetables. Sec for yourself. Note how dificr- cnUythcywork.Non-ipinc.GcnUcbutthoroiich action, leaving you refreshed, alive. Wonderful forhcadachcs, bilious spells, Non-habit form- inc. Only 25o- all druggists. Classes Take Trip. GRAFTON--The junior and senior classes went on their class trip Saturday to Niagara cave near Decorah. 4-H Club Elects. FREDERICKSBURG--The Happy Hearts 4-H club elected: President, Ella Steege; vice president, Janet Purdy; historian, Mae Frances More; secretary and treasurer, Eva Mae Klotz; news reporter, Margaret Stem. Move to Fertile. ST. ANSOAR--Mr. and Mrs. William Jordan and two children, who have lived .here the past two years, moved Sunday to Fertile, where he is employed. Arrives From Chicago. SWEA CITY--Miss Ellen Berg of Chicago arrived Saturday, called here by the critical illness of her niece, Elma Berg, who is suffering from a brain infection. Miss Berg was music instructor at Bode, when taken ill. Visitors From Chicago. SHEFFIELD--Mr. and Mrs. Roy Lawbaugh and two children of Chicago, came Saturday for a week's visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Reynolds. Visitor From Chicago. LIME SPRINGS--Miss Evans of Chicago was a week-end visitor at the home 01 her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. Evans. Coach Is 111. THOMPSON -- Sylvan Osmundson, athletic coach and instructor in the local high schol, is unable to teach, due to a case of mumps. He became ill Thursday morning. Milton Stewart of Thompson is substituting for him. Home From Collcsc. LIME SPRINGS--Charles Moore and Vernon Stingi of Coc college. Cedar Rapids, and Bernard Hughes of State- Teachers college, Cedar Falls, spent the week-end at their respective homes. Teachers Visit at Homes. BRISTOW -- Miss Marguerite Waalkes, who teaches at Buffalo Center, and Duane M. Stewart, teacher at Grant consolidated, arrived here Friday night for a two days' visit with their respective families. Will Spend Summer. OTRANTO--Miss Beatrice Blakestad is at Garrison, Minn., to spend the summer assisting her sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Grube. who are managers of a summer camp there. George Scelcy, 83, 111. PLYMOUTH--George Sccley, Sr.. is ill with what physicians think 'may be a paralytic stroke. Mr. Seeley is 83 years old. j Visits in Nebraska. j ST. ANSGAR--Claire Carson left for Columbus, Nebr,, to visit a : week with his sister, Mrs. Harold j Field, and husband. On his return j he will be accompanied by his sis- | ter, who will visit here until May j 26 when her husband and his or- j chestra has an engagement at i Manly. ' i Move From Waverly. I GLENVILLE, Minn. -- Mr. and j Mrs. W. E. Nelson of Waverly, Iowa, have moved into the A. T. Cook building and will operate a lunchroom and soft drink parlor. Holds Revival Series. SWEA CITY--The Rev. E. H. Hamilton is conducting a series of revival meetings at the M. E. church. Leave for Emmetsburg. BUFFALO CENTER -- Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Galagan left Saturday for Emmetsburg and from there they accompanied relatives to Storm Lake to attend the funeral of an aunt of Mrs. Galagan. Meets at Jensen Home. LONEROCK--The American Legion 'Auxiliary met Friday afternoon at the home of Tena Jensen. The afternoon was spent in sewing carpet rags. A committee was appointed in charge of poppy day. Candy will also be sold. Return From Des Moines. HANSELL--E. W. Shaw, R. E. Roberts and K. E. Butson of Hansell motored to Des Moines on business Friday. They returned later in the day. Three Taken to Hospital. GREENE -- Three persons were taken to the hospital at Waverly. Mrs. Alviu Dailey, who lives 3 ] ,i miles northwest of Greene, Clyde Lockwood of Greene, both for erner- ;ency operations, and James Pringle, 85, Greene, who received injury from fire while he was burning grass at his farm near Aredale. Move to Forest City. THOMPSON--Mr. and Mrs. Tobe Peterson, who have made their home in Thompson the past three years, moved their furniture to Forest City Friday. Mr. Peterson has a position as a bake r in the Anderson bakery there. Twelve years ago he was head baker in the same place. Visits in Sioux City. BUFFALO CENTER -- Raymond Patterson left Saturday for a visit in Sioux City with friends. Double Shower Held. HANSELL--A double miscellaneous shower was given in honor of two Hansell teachers, Miss Marjorie Clock and Miss Jane Becknell. who intend to be wed this summer. The shower took place at the home of Mrs E. W. Shaw. About 36 attended. Will Live in Sioux City. THORNTON--Mr. and Mrs. R. G. .Schumacher accompanied t h e i r daughter. Mrs. Lamnr Chaffin to Sioux City Friday, where she will reside. Mrs. C h n f f i n recently was transfer red from Mason City to Soiux City, whn e he is employed a? I'.fsistsnl manyg: 1 .) 1 of a Kresgc store Tornado Victim Mrs. Julius Heuer, 36, farm woman near Evcrly, who was killed in the tornado last week, was buried following funeral services Sunday afternoon in the M. E. church at Hartley. Mrs. Hi'iicr, to whom a daughter had been born a few days before the tornado, was unable to get to safety. (Iowa Daily Press Photo) Woman Is Hurt in Fall as Town Is in Darkness THOMPSON--During an electric storm here, the town being in darkness, Mrs. John Field, 68, fell down the cellar stairs. She was found by her husband in a bruised condition. She wag taken to the Irish hospital. It was found that no bones were broken. Returns From Dubuque. OTRANTO--Allan 0. Gordon returned home Friday from Dubuque where he thad been the past week as a federal juror. Senior Flay Given. PLYMOUTH--The senior class play, "Huckleberry Finn," a comedy directed by Miss Emma Jansen, home economics teacher, was given Friday night at the high school auditorium. Operator From Albert Lea. ST. ANSGAR--Ben Brown of Albert Lea is the new linotype operator at the Enterprise office. Kcturiis From California. SHEFFIELD--Mrs. Ole Anderson returned Friday from San Gabriel, Cal., where she spent the past few months at the home of her son, Ralph Anderson. Visitors From St. Paul. GRAFTON--Mr. and Mrs. Olto Christians and Mrs. Arthur Wagner and children of St. Paul are visiting Mrs. August Wagner and relatives. Final Concert Given. ALGONA--The final high school band and orchestra concert was given Friday evening at the high school auditorium. A novel stunt of having students direct the various selections was carried out. Maxine Larson and Wayne Moore each directed an orchestra selection. Betty Merritt gave a bassoon solo. Given Farewell Party. BRISTOW--The Charles W. Stewart family is leaving for DeWitt to live. Mr. Stewart left a few weeks ago and is assisting at a filling station. The women of the United Brethren church and other friends and neighbors gave Mrs. Stewart a farewell reception at the home of her mother-in-law, Mrs. Robert H. Stewart, Wednesday. Kanawha Odd Fellows to C o n f e r Initiatory Degree Monday Night KANAWHA--The Kanawha Odd Fellows lodge, No. 667 will confer the initiatory degree Monday night at a meeting of the Northeastern Iowa Anniversary association which is to be held at Clarion. A program has been planned for the day at 10:30 a. m. with reception and registration at the I. O. O. F. temple. The program in the afternoon will begin at 1:30 o'clock and in the evening at 7 o'clock. A supper will be served at the U. P. church for the members. Members of. the Rebekah lodge will register at the Masonic hall. Following the evening session a dance will be held. Funeral Services Held for Mrs. Lee at Algona ALGONA--Funeral services were conducted Saturday morning at the St. Cecelia's Catholic church with the Rev. Father Davern officiating for Mrs. Mary Lee, 51, who died at her home Thursday evening, having been ill since last July. Burial was made in the Catholic cemetery. Mary Babcock was born Oct. 6, 18S1 in Carmon, 111. She later married Tom Lee and in 1927 they made their home in Algona. At intervals they spent part of their time each year in Florida. She is survived by her husband, two brothers and one sister in Dallas City, 111., and one sister in Miami, Fla. Ordered Returned to Mother. NEW HAMPTON--Leighton Eidler, 15. Ionia high school sophomore, was ordered to return to his mother's custody in a decision handed down here Friday by Judge H. E. Taylor of Waukon. The youth's father, Ellsworth Eidlcr, Ionia farmer sought to have a divorce decree granted in 1924, modified. WILSON SPEAKS IN NORTH IOWA Candidate to Talk in Mason City Thursday; Other Speeches Listed. DES ; MOENES, (.-?)--State Senator George Wilson, candidate .for the republican nomination for governor, announced Monday an intensive campaign in northeast Iowa during the week. Wilson said that for the next month he would increase his schedule to include three and four meetings a day. His schedule for the week is: Monday--Waverly, Oelwein and West Union, where he will address a young G. 0. P. rally. Tuesday--Postville, Waukon and McGregor, where he will speak before an all-county republican rally. Wednesday--Monona, Ossian, Decorah, Crcsco and New Hampton, where he will meet a group of workers. Thursday -- Charles City, Nora Springs. Osage. Northwood and Mason City. Friday -- Sheffield. Clarksville,. Greene, Hampton a,nd Iowa Falls. Saturday -- Grundy Center aiK Marshall town. Seniors at Rake Will Give 'The Green Ghost' RAKE--The senior class of Rake high school will present the three act mystery play "The Green j u , or k have been urged to attend. Know Your State A Fact a Day About loway! State examiners reported to Auditor C. W. Storms that total net operating costs of the state hospital for epileptics and school for feeble minded at Woodward, increased $19,247 during the fiscal year ending June 30, 1935. INSTITUTE TO BE IN MELTONVILLE Worth County Sessions lo Hear Herbrecht From Des Moines. MELTONVILLE The Worth county institute of church school work will be held in the Methodist church in Mcltonville Tuesday. Registration is at 9:15 a. m. with Mrs. H. L. Sundcrman, registrar. O. G. Herbrecht, state worker of DCS Moines, will speak on the following subjects during the day: "Teaching: for Christian Living," ''The Educational Power of the Teacher's Personal Life," "Making the Most of the Lesson Material," "The New Standard Leadership Curriculum," and hold a "question box." Others who appear on the program are the Rev. Carl Spiekcr, Mrs. Carl Spicker, Mrs. L. A. Baken and A. B. Carberry. Lunch will -be served in the N. V. Huber home at noon. All interested in Sunday school Ghost." at the school gymnasium May 15. The cast includes Burton Njoes. Alice Norton, Sidney Johnson, Arline Rake. Irene Okland, Christine Sabin. Gladys Halvorson, Clarence Burkhow, Harvey Lund, Maynard Monson, Emil Kallestad and Clarice Halvorson. J. W. Lindsey is coaching the play. Daughter, 7, Buried. GLENVILLE, Minn.-- Mary, 7, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kaspcr Kycck of near Hayward, was brought here and interment was made in Greenwood cemetery Sunday afternoon. ALGONAN DIES ON BANK OF STREAM Trauger Drops Dead While Fishing; Leaves Wife and Three Sons. ALGONA--T. A. Trauger, 51, dropped dead Saturday afternoon about 5:30 while fishing six miles south of Algona. Mr. Trauger and O. G. Thompson were fishing near the Fisher bridge on highway 163. The county coroner, Dr. Evans and Deputy Sheriff Cleo Cullen were immediately ummoned. Mr. Trauger was a salesman for the Kent Motor company and a republican candidate for the county sheriff this June. He was born in Goldfield and moved with his family to Portland. Ore., for about two years, later moving back to Luvcrne where ho was married to Hulene Fechncr. With the exception of five ycar.s spent at Ames they made Algona their home. He had be«n a salesman most of his lite, traveling for a large grocery concern and until a. year ago last summer was head of the local national re-employment office. In 1917 he served overseas with the Y. M. C. A. in the Italian service. Mr. Trauger was well known and a member of the Kiwanis club and Masonic ilodgc. He is survived by his wife and three sons. Paul of Mason City. Don of Ames and Bob of Annapolis, Md., two brothers. Guy. Livcrmore and Eiirl of Palmer and throe sisters. No funeral arrangements have been made yet. Nunicd County Chairman. NEW HAMPTON--Rcinhold Den- ncr of New Hampton has been named chairman of the Young Democratic club of Chickasaw county according to an announcement JTKU!R Monday by M. L. Mason. Mason City, fourth district chairman. a 1000 pound hogshead of leaf tobacco ... what's, happening in these 40 houses --the curing and ageing of leaf tobacco, that's what's going on. Thousands of hogsheads of mild ripe tobacco are under these roofs... just lying here ageing and sweetening and mellowing for Chesterfield cigarettes. Like Rip Van Winkle, they sleep--the tobaccos getting mellower and milder for the cigarette that Satisfies. (C I n 3(*. Lir.r.ETTA Mvr.Ks TopACCoCo,

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