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12 SATURDAY, APRIL 1, 1939 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE Mason City Musicians Dominate Scoring at Sub-District Meet CLEAR LAKE AND OTHER SCHOOLS WIN HIGH RATING Norlhwood, Lake Mills, Hanlontown and Manly Among Winners CLEAR LAKE-- With three of the five programs of the sub-district music contest being held at Clear Lake completed Saturday noon. Mason 'City music students were dominating the scoring, having taken all firsts in the 20 events entered. Clear Lake stood next with 13 firsts out of 15 events entered and Northwood followed with eight firsts out of 12 entries. _Hanlanlown had four out of eight, Forest City four out of thir- . teen, Manly one out of two, Lake Mills one and Garner one. Contestants are rated I. II and III with those rating I eligible to enter the district contest to be helci at Eagle Grove later this month. Saturday morning John Kunz Mason City, and Charles Barlow, Clear Lake, rated I in trumpet or cornet solos, Mary Lewis, Hanlontown, rated II and Wanda Olson. Kensett. and, Mario Meyer Rockwell, III. Betty Church, Mason City, and Katharine Hughes, Clear Lake, each won I in French horn solo work. Brass Sextet Wins In the baritone-- euphonium division Patricia Hushaw, Clear Lake, and Dwaine Marvick, Northwood, rated I, Bethel Pollock, Garner, II, and Fanny Marie Wilson Hanloniown, III. Evelyn Otis, Forest City, won I in marimba xylophone and Jean Ouverson Fertile, II. Clear Lake's brass sextet placed in I, North wood's in II and Garner's, Kensett's and ManJy's in In the vocal contests Saturday morning Clear Lake and Northwood rated I in boys' glee clubs, and Forest City, Lake Mills and Garner, II. Northwood and Forest City rated I in girls' glee clubs; Garner, Clear Lake and Lake Mills, JI. Lake Mills won I in the mixed chorus competition and Clear Lake, Forest City, Northwood and Garner, II. Judges Are Named Judges for the vocal contests are \V. E. Hayes, Iowa State Teachers college. Cedar Falls; Elias J. Hailing, Teachers college, Mankato, Minn., and Addison : Alspach, University oÂ£ Iowa, Iowa City. O. E. Van Dorn, University of Iowa; Frank Noles, Drake university, Des Moines. and Frank E. Kendrie, Carletoii college, Itforthfield, Minn., are judges of the instrumental entries. Mr. Noyes. Mr. Hayes-aiid Mr. Alspach judged the piano contestants. In the Friday evening instrumental events Charlene Horn, Mason City, and Barbara McCoy, Clear Lake, vated I and Alice - Barnes, Northwood, II. In B flat clarinet Fred O'Green, Mason City, Raymond McGowan, Clear Lake, Janice Hanum, Worthwood, and Stanford Helton, Hanlontown. rated I; Ordean Otis, Forest City, II, and Glen Snell, Kensett, III. Rosalyn Kopecky, Clear Lake, rated I in oboe solo; Lola Pine, Clear Lake, and Garnet Gilbertson, Manly, rated I is bassoon; Ray Kunz, Mason City, rated I in saxophone solo and Ai-Ienc Cooper. Kensett, II. Fertile ranked II is miscellaneous groups of strings. Clear Lake 1 in woodwind quintet. Clear Lake I and Hanlontown II in brass quartet and Clear Lake I in orchestra. Hanlonlomi Bands "Win In vocal events Friday evening the girls' glee clubs from deal- Lake and Northwood rated I; Kensett, Hanlontown, Jotce. Ventura. Garner. Forest City and Lake Mills. II, and Thornton and Rockwell. III. Mason City classed I in boys' quartet, mixed small vocal group and mixed quartet In the latter event Garner, Forest City, Lake Mills and Northwood were II and Vetnura, III. Other entries from Mason City were girls' small vocal group, boys' small vocal group, girls' sextet. girls' glee club, boys' glee club, and mixed chorus, all rating I. Hanlontown won I in class C concert bands Friday afternoon, Kensett and Ventura II and Hay- lield, Rockwell and Swaledale. HI. Soprano Solos Rated In the soprano solo event Delores Brason. Forest Ci JVIeriz, Garner. Doris Hu PLAYIN' IN THE RAIN Early April Showers Kept Them Indoors at Sub-District Music Contest at Clear Lake BLAST AND FIRE DESTROY HOD Three Are Injured by Explosion in Cedar Rapids Residence CEDAR RAPIDS, (.'P;--Explosion, followed by fire, Saturday morning razed ttie home of Mrs. Marie J, Borland and caused serious burns and injuries to three men. The front of the house 'was blown into the yard. The walls were bulged from the foundation, the roof fell ip. and pieces of furniture were hurled in all directions. The injured included Leo Dorland, brother-in-law of Mrs. Dorland. The injured brother-in-law are Leo Dorland, of Mrs. Dorland, RAILROAD NEWS- Spring Comes'First to Milwaukee Road Spring has come to the Milwaukee Road. ' Saturday tivo bridge crews and one building crew started the season's work, with 26 men on the Car Inspcctoi has started wt George i and Vance Gardner and Virgil McKasson, roomer in airs. Dorland's home. Mrs. Dorland. her daughter, Patricia. 14 and her sister, Bertha McGreen of Muscatine, who had rushed into the yard when they realized gas was escaping, were uninjured. The blast came when the gas' reached the coal fire furnace. Mrs. Dorland said her brother- in-law and McKasson and Gardner had gone to the basement to shut off the gas -supply, preparatory to disconnecting the stove. E. E. Hahn, Cedar Rapids' was company superintendent, and firemen who entered the basement after the fire, said they found the valve had been broken men's effort to close it. in the roster. And Buehler straw hat. March 29 was the exact day-and it's the first straw hat oÂ£ the season. 4 - * 4 Supt. W. F. Ingvaham, and Di- i vision Engineer C. H. Tusler of the Milwaukee Roafl returned to Mason City .this weekend after a business trip tc Sioux City. '' ~ u W. L. Mueller, train master of the Chicago North "Western railway, was in Norfolk, Neb. Thursday and Friday. ,T. 71. MclVaters. division freight and passcnsor agent -of the Chicago Great Western railroad, attended a staff meeting at Omaha Friday and Saturday. M. J. Hannum, traveling freight and passenger agent of the T. P. W. railroad, Minneapolis, transacted business in the local offices St. L. railroad A district safety meeting of the Milwaukee Road will be held at St. Paul, Minn., April 3. Superintendents and other officers of the district will attend. of -the M. Wednesday. J. E. Bjorkholm," assistant superintendent of motive power of tile Milwaukee Road. Milwaukee. t Wis.. transacted busine.-.-s in the l local offices of the roacl Friday. of the Monon Mrs. Anna Thorpe Rites e J- (i o. Held Here; Burial at Memorial Park Cemetery LU|, representative railroad. Minneapolis, transacted business in the local offices of the Chicago Great Western railroad during the past t general superintendent and A. T. Nelson, train master, Oskaloosa. transacted business in the local offices of the M. St. L. railroad Tuesday. O C 9 A. W. Novak, general boiler, foreman, of the Milwaukee Road, Milwaukee, Wis., -was in Mason City during the week on an inspection trip. W. F. Brink, district claim agent of the Chicago North Western railway, Mankato. Minn., transacted business in the local office of the road Thursday. W. F. Cody, division freight and passenger agent of the Milwaukee Road, was in Austin, Minn., during the week on business. A regular meeting of the Milwaukee Service club will be held nt 7:30 Monday evening in the club rooms. * f * | Chief Engineer for |M., St. L Retires MINNEAPOLIS. f/Pj--Ritchie G. Kenley, chief engineer for the Minneapolis and St. Louis railroad since 1923 retired Saturday. He will be succeeded by Cedric S. Wcatherill. a member of the road's engineering staff for 33 Clear Lake Globe-Gazette LUCIA E. O'NEIL, News Editor Residence Phone 296-J OFFICE PHONE 239 TEP ADAMS, Advertising--Ph 464-W . JACK CHRISTIE, Circulation--Ph. 513-W CITY COUNCIL ADOPTS BUDGET Â· Approves Intended $56,925 Amount For Coming Year CLEAR LAKE--Adoption of the 1939-40 budget of 556,925 was approved Friday night by the city council meeting in regular session. Other resolutions passed were: An appropriation of $200 from the general fund to the planning commission fund, for use by the city planning board; a resolution designating specifications lor erection of docks at the end streets; and assigning ot public the First National bank to be the depository for city funds during the coming year. Permission was granted the Stewart brothers, Ira and John, to build cement steps at the rear of the Callanan building. The council will meet next Monday night as a board of health and review. Mrs.E.E.Chappell Entertains Guests for Missionaries CLEAR LAKE -- Mrs. E. E. Chappell entertained a group ot 40 women at her home Friday afternoon complimentary to a number of guests from India. Among the latter were Mrs. Grace Wood, Pardi, India, who has been in educational work there since 1917 and Miss, Doris Schultz, Kedeaon, India, who is on her first leave after five years' work. Others present were Miss Josephine Patterson, Philadelphia, Pa., United States secretary of Hammibi mission, and Miss Katherine Sewell and A. Johnson, Minneapolis, Minn. week. Funeral services for Mrs. Anna j Thorpe. 69. who died at a local hosiptal Wednesday night, following an illness of 9 weeks, were held at the chapel of the McAuley and Son funeral home Saturday afternoon. The Rev. J. Lee Lewis, pastor ot the first Baptist church, was in charge of the services. Attending the rites were Mrs. Charles Green and daughter, Jacqueline, Baltimore, Md.. Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Eye. Hampton, and Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Eye, Floyd. Pallbearers were Ray Ferrer Dewey Paul. William " Maxwell and Zora Guthric. Burial was at Memorial Park cemetery. Colvin. engineer super- sor of B. ;inii B., of the Chicago North Western sacted business Minn.. Friday. If a republican isn't supported by advertising or subscription, .it is fed by something more secret railroad, tran- -and "whose bread 1 Rochester, \ I sing.' 1 Â· nal. Wisconsin State Jour- Ice Goes Out of Lake; Water High This Season CLEAR LAKE--The ice went out of the lake Friday night before a strong wind which simply dissolved what was left of the winter's accumulation. The ice was coming in toward the east shore quite heavily Friday afternoon but the wind went down toward evening so that not much was piled up along the shore. April 1 is a comparatively late date for the ice to disappear although in 1936 the date was April 11 and in 1937 April 12. In 1938 the date was March 22, and in 1931, March 3. The guage for measuring the heighth of the water will be set soon. The lake is high this spring. Girl Scouts Plan Early Bird Hikes CLEAR LAKE--Girl Scouts of troop No. 1 will hold bird hikes at 6:30 o'clock three mornings next week. On Monday the Nightingale and Sacajawea patrols will go, on Tuesday the court of honor and patrol leaders and on Wednesday the Chippewa and Trail Blazer pa'trols The regular meeting will be held Monday afternoon from 2 until 4 o'clock since there is no school to interfere. eveni ue- -,. T , ., ,-, , , Â»Â·. Joanji\io April rool o - - . --iso, worth- ,, r J wood, and Wilma Walters. Mason L, flrnrpr Ic ~ " City, were graded 1; Amanda j " UlULCL Jt a Haugo, Lake Mills, and Elsie Juhl ,._ Q, L D I' Lee Bas^ *0 OlOl'e by TOllCe , Ventura. II, and Emma Thornton, and Evelyn Scholl, Rockwell, HI. Mezzo soprano ratings were: Virginia Bringolf, Mason City, and Ruth Thovson, Hanlontown. l- Dorothy Thurston. Forest Citv. DES MOINES. (P;_It was no April fool joke when police called Peter Cunningham, 53 year old grocer, Saturday morning and told him to come to his store, which of Ancient and Modern . . and Bethel Pollock. Garner. II had bccn broken into. and Marjorie Lou Zickelfoose. I . '\ u ' oman had called police at \ Thornton'. III. In contralto 5o!o= Virginia Stoaks. Mason Cilv. and Mary Jn- cobson. Forest City. I: Garnet Bankroff. Ventura, "Opal Fields. Lake Mills, and Joan Phillips. Gamer, II, and Kathryn Bergman. Rockwell, III. Mason Cilyans Sing Tenor soloists rating 1 were Hubert Cabell, Mason City, Harold Field, Hanlontown, and Maurice Larson, Northwood. Roger Peter" "" Â· -- Â· - Kenneth son, Forest City, and Dammen, Ventura, II. Bill Wright, Mason City and Zhvaine Marvick, Northwood. rated I in baritone solo.-. Earl Martinson, Lake Mills, Wan-en Brooker. Forest City, and Ruebcn Tcn- 1:22 a. m. and told them a rock! h;id been thrown t h r o u g h the store I window. " ' Capt. \'els Pastel snid the police squad ent to investigate found a quantity of alcohol anil whisky Â· in the store. " I When Cunningham arrived he j was taken to headquarters and charged \vith illegal possession of liquor. He was released on S500 bond for hearing next Friday. Christian. Ventura, and Lorciu Hueneman, Garner, III. Clark Swcetfcr, Mason City. ranked I in bass solos. Victor Gu- tafaon. Forot City, and Merlyn -- j - -*Â«~~^.. **.,,- Â· Upmcyrr. Garner, ranked II. and Kensett, rated II, and Winton 1 Glen. Echclbcrgcr, Ventura, 111. prcfcrcnce for a mass of parked ; on this dale au- Clear Lake Briefs Century club will meet Mouday evening at the Congregational church parlors with Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Constock, Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Clark, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Fistler, Mr. and Mrs. Austin Minette and Mr. and Mrs. Verne Peterson as the committee. Garage for rent. Phone 464-W. U'an-Tan-Ye club will meet at the Lions cafe for dinner Monday evening. Members are to respond to roll call with current events. Mrs. Nita Church and Mrs. Bertram Morse are the committee. Apt. for rent. Phone 89. Daughters of Union Veterans will practice for inspection and hold the regular business meeting at Legion hail Monday evening. Members are to bring some item ot interest for the good oE the order. Nicest Sunday dinner in town? Pok-A-Dot Cafe. Bliss Netha Carr will be hostess to the O. N. O. club at her home Monday evening. For your aches and pains try chiropractic. A. C. Rorvig, D C Mr. and Mrs. William Anderson will arrange the program for the Clear Lake Poultry Improvement association which meets at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Fur- lefgh Monday evening. Members are to bring cake and sandwiches for the lunch. Enjoy your Sunday dinner with us. Peter's Restaurant. Mrs. H. II. AValrod will entertain the Laf-a-Lot club at her home Monday afternoon in honor of her birthday anniversary. Special showing- of Easter hats S1.95 and $2.95. Nichols Shop. Boy Scout troop Nos. 17 and 30 will meet as usual Monday eve- ing. Each troop is planning a number of hikes for vacation week. New L'Aiglon dresses 52.95 up. Nichols Shop. Odd Fellows loage will meet in regular session Monday evening. Sirs, Jens Wind will entertain the Double Four Bridge club Tuesday afternoon. E!ec. pump service, well repair and drilling. Art Butis. Ph. 224-W. Mrs. A. B. Knutson left Saturday noon for New York City from where she will sail April 4 on the "Oslofjord" for Oslo, Norway, to spend six months with relatives and friends. It's fun to be April-Fooled by Ambrose the Magician, at Clear Lake Golf club through Sunday. Mrs. F. E. Gentry, who has been ill for some time, is showing some improvement. A. C. Sater is recovering from a second attack of the throat infection with which he has been ill for a month. Miss Joyce Hushaw, student at Iowa State Teachers college, Cedar Falls, spent the weekend at home and attended the sub-district music contest. Mrs. Pierre McCoy returned Friday from Iowa Falls, Alden and Nevada where she had visited relatives since Monday. Mrs. Oliver Braeer, who was dismissed from Mercy hospital in Mason City Wednesday after receiving treatment, is being cared for at her home on East Division street by Mrs. Emma Hudson. She is quite ill. Mrs. A. C. Sater will be hostess to the 'Jolly Eight Card club Tuesday afternoon. D. and D. Bridge club will meet Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Shirley Kimball. The Civic League will begin the new year with an open meeting and 1 o'clock luncheon at the Congregational church Tuesday. Memberships will be received and a program given. Anyone interested may attend. Reservations for the luncheon may be made before Monday noon with either Mrs. H. Vf. Knutson or Mrs. Arvig Nelson. Miss Dorothy Geer and Richard Millington, Mason City, are spending part of the spring vacation at the home of their aunt, Mrs. Homer Briar, 421 South Second street. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Christie have moved from 509 South Third street to 314 South Third. Mr. ana Mrs. James AVaughfal, Fresno. Cal., who have been visiting at the home oÂ£ Mrs. Waughtal's father, E. H. Sampson, the past week, planned to go to Sherbourne, Minn.. Sunday to visit a sister, Mrs. Claude Wilcox. They will also visit a brother, Lloyd Sampson at Jackson, Minn., and a sister, Mrs. Manna Jackman, Estherville. They have been visiting Mrs. Mel Jacobson, another sister, the past week and were present for a family gathering of 30 persons last Sunday. Miss Anna Mae Jensen, Chicago, is spending the Easter vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Jensen. Miss Jensen is recovering from an attack of flu. Mr. and Mrs. Levi Seversike, Ames, arrived Saturday to spend the weekend visiting Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Lantz and family. Mrs. Myrtle Alder is recovering slowly from a siege of flu and asthma. Clear Lake Calendar Sunday--Epworth league, Methodist church, 7:30 o'clock. Trail Blazers, Congrega'ional church, 5 o'clock. Congo club, C o n g r egational church, 6:30 o'clock. Monday--Century club, Congregational church, 8 o'clock. Wa-Tan-Ye club, Lions 6:30 o'clock. D. U. V., Legion hall, o'clock. cafe, 7:30 Metho- O. N. O. club. Miss Netha Carr, 204 West Division street. Clear Lake Poultry Improvement association, Robert Furleigh home, evening. Laf-a-Lot club, Mrs. H. H. \Valrod, North Center street. Boy Scout troop No. 17, Junior high school, 7 o'clock. Boy Scout troop No. 30, dist church, 7 o'clock. Girl Scout troop No. 1, Junior high school, 2 o'clock. Odd Fellows lodge, I. O. O F hall, 8 o'clock. Tuesday--Double Four B r i d g e club, Mrs. Jens Wind, 208 Burden street. Jolly Eight Card club. Mrs. A. C. Satev, 215 Holt street. D. and D. Bridge club, Mrs. Shirley Kimball. Civic league, Congregational church parlors, 1 o'clock. Wednesday--Friendship C h a i n club. Mrs. George Kimble, 803 North Sixth street. Colonial club. Mrs. Irving Ashland, dinner meeting. American Legion auxiliary, Legion hall. 8 o'clock. Â· Methodist aid, at church, 2:30 o'clock. Bethlehem Lutheran aid, at church, 2 o'clock. Congregational aid. group No. 1, Mrs. A. I. Sondrol, 301 Jefferson street. Group No. 2, Mrs. Robert Williams. East Main street, 2:30 o'clock. Â· Group No. 3, Mrs. George Peterson. 108 East Division street Group No. 4. Mrs. Ollie Peter- ron, 301 Clark street. Group No. 5, Mrs. Miles Borton Group No. 6. Mrs. C. F. Crane . 309 North First street. Lions club. Legion hall, 12:ir o'clock. Home Improvement club. Miss Esther Tesene, 513 Caroline street. Thursday -- stitch and Chatter club, Mrs. H. E. Neal. South Third street. Sorosis Hahn. Zion Lutheran aid, at church Busy Bee club, Mrs. Ed Latch Holy Thursday services. Methodist church. 7:30 o'clock Rotary club. I. O. O. F. hall. I 12:15 o'clock. j Royal club. Mrs. Clarence Prcs-I cott. 301 West Division street. Crescent club, Mrs. W. J. Mc- Mrs. Carl Bruchner Fetes Husband at Birthday Celebration C L E A R L A K E--Mrs. Carl Bruchner entertained a group of 12 friends and relatives at her home Friday evening, complimentary to her husband, whose birthday anniversary it was. The evening was spent in playing cards and Chinese checkers and lunch, including birthday cake was served. Mr. Bruchner received a number of birthday remembrances. Cal.. MRS. C. A. PEASE ENTERTAINS CIRCLE Mrs. Louis Basse, Garden Grove, il., was a guest of the American Legion Auxiliary Sewing circle which met Friday afternoon at the home of Mrs. C. A. Pease with a good attendance. The time was spent in sewing on girls' dresses and earpetrags. Lunch was served at the close. The next meeting will Sarg's Marionettes Coming to High School CLEAR LAKE--Tony Sarg's Marionettes, which have been presented on Broadway in New York City for the past 20 years, will be featured in two programs at the high school auditorium April 14, afternoon and evening. The music accompanying the show is electrically transcribed and the program is designed to continue more than an hour. Clear Lake Congratulates-Lawrence Schmoll, whose birthday anniversary was April 1. Bill Ouverson, whose birthday anniversary was April 1. Miss Arlys Grell, whose eleventh birthday anniversary was April 1. -infrÂ»alÂ»lions it f mÂ« Â», e newt hence Hits- art published without ebÂ»rit. it possible pttKe phone year items to Â£.19 Ihr it? b e f o r e pobliotlon. club, Mrs. William Gowan. 304 Jefferson street. Holy Thursday services, Zion Lutheran church. 8 o'clock Friday--W. R. C., I. O. O. F. hall Circle No. 4. Methodist aid, Mrs. C. E. Lantz, 300 East Main street, Townsend club. Mrs. Ollie Peterson, 301 Clark street., 8 o'clock. Good Friday services. Bethlehem Lutheran church, 11 o'clock, morning. -Church services, Zion Lutheran church, 8 o'clock, evening. Saturday--Loyal Queens 4-Ii club, Art Enabnit home. Peppy Pals 4-H club. Ardyce Edgitigton. WAIVES DRIVING HEARING HERE Ferdinando Gonzales Charged With Driving Car While Intoxicated Ferdinando Gonzales, 1714 Pennsylvania avenue northeast, waived preliminary hearing before Police Judge Morris Laird Saturday and was bound to the grand jury on a charge of operating a motor vehicle while intoxicated. Gonzales 1 bond was set at $500. He was arrested by police at his home at 12:30 o'clock Saturday morning, after the truck he was alleged to have been driving collided with two parked cars on Washington avenue northwest. Parked on Street The cars, owned by Kenneth Schultheis, 409 Washington avenue northwest, and B. Harris, 417 Washington avenue northwest, were parked between Fourth and Fifth streets. Socoarro Rodriquez, 1615Â·Â· Monroe avenue northwest, who was riding with Gonzales at the time of the accidents, was fined 510 and costs on a charge of intoxication Frank McCauley, Cedar Rapids was fined 525 and costs on a charge of intoxication. McCauley was arrested at - the Milwaukee station at 8:05 o'clock Friday Fined $10, Costs J. Mattson, St. Paul, was and costs on a charge .(:,,,, - Â» T _ - -^ . night. A. fined of intoxication. He was~arrested at First street northwest at 3:50 o'clock Saturday morning Murville Jost, Hampton, was fined $10 and costs on a charge ot careless driving. He was arrested by police at 2:25 o'clock Saturday morning at Fourth street and Qumcy avenue southwest. LAWYERS ADOPT EDUCATION PLAN John Shipley Gives. Review of American Bar Survey The Cerro Gordo County Bar association at its regular monthly meeting at the Eadmar hotel Saturday noon voted unanimously to adopt a group publicity educational program. The program, which is in compliance with the recommendations of the American Bar association and the resolutions adopted by the Iowa State Bar association at its convention in Des Moines last June, consists oÂ£ a series oi newspaper articles calling the attention of laymen to the various types of work that can best be performed by the lawyer. Several outstanfllng points were brought put by John C. Shipley, Mason City attorney, in a review of a survey made by the American Bar association. The survey concerned the economics of the legal profession and discussed the earning power and functions oÂ£ the old and young lawyers. It also was shown in the survey that it is proper for the lawyers to collectively acquaint laymen with the various functions of their, profession. The meeting, which was attended by 33 members, was presided over by Hugh H. Shepard president. ' Aged Woman Sets Fire to Clothes; Is Fatally Burned SIOUX CITY. (--Mrs. Mary McGee. So. is dead from burns suffered at Hubbard Saturday morning when she undertook to light a lamp and set fire to her clothes. Hubbard is located in Dakota county. Nebr., 14 miles from Sioux- City. The deceased woman belonged to the Hartnett family, members of the Father irecy colony which came from e ? cf trn , Iowa in 1856 ' and set "ed at St. John's, Ncbr., which later became Jackson. Th'e deceased woman was a sister o'f John Hartnett of Hubbard and Thomas and Will Hartnett of Jackson. REIURED AS SEXTON DUMONT--Lloyd Margretz was rehired as sexton and caretaker of the Dumont cemetery at a special meeting of the directors Wednesday evening. ANNOUNCE THE SALE OF GRIEBLING'S ICE CREAM STORE together with all machinery, trade names, formulas, etc., to L. W. HESS of Clear Lake. The s(ore is now located on highway 18, 1 block north of the Surf and Is now called THE SHIRLEY RAE ICE CREAM STORE The store will be open for business Sunday, April 3.