Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on April 3, 1939 · Page 3
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Mason City, Iowa
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Monday, April 3, 1939
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MONDAY, APRIL 3, 1939 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE PLAN DISTRICT MUSIC CONTEST AT EAGLE GROVE -- _ .K SUB-DISTRICT EVENTS CLOSE Winners at Clarion, Clear Lake, Burt Prepare for District North Iowa musicians successful in the sub-district contests at Clarion, Clear Lake and Burt last weekend are preparing for the north central district contest which is scheduled at Eagle Grove on April 14 and 15. ANNOUNCE WINNERS OF BURT CONTEST BUHT--Final events Friday afternoon were the piano solo--Class B, C, in which Gloria Vasey, Graettinger, was in Division I and Paul Ukena, Lakota, was in Division 2, and tlie Boys' Small vocal group--Class B-C, in which Armstrong was in Division 1 and Led- y,ard, Fenton and Ottosen in Division 2. The Friday evening session was attended by the largest crowd of the contest, the evening being devoted to the Class C concert bands, in which nine towns participated. Swea City, Thompson and Armstrong were in Division 1, and Luverne, Ringsted, Burt and Tiionka in Division 2. Graettinger and Ayrshire also competed. Solo Events Judged Saturday morning-was given to various solo events. Dot Kuchynka, Algona, was the only contestant in the ilute solo--Class AA-A event and was rated in Division 1. Marlyn Hackhaus, Britt, was the only contestant in the oboe solo--Class B-C event, and was rated in Division 1. Merle Pratt, Algona, was the only contestant in cornet solo--Class AA-A, and was rated in Division 2. Alice Higgle, Corwith, was also the' only contestant in the marimba-xylophone solo--Class B-C, and was rated in Division 2. Burlette Erickson, Corwith, only contestant in snare drum solo-Class B-C, was rated in Division 1. From Briff, Thompson In the saxophone . solo--Class B-C event, Dean Nissen, Britt, and Lucille Robinson, Thompson, were in Division 1 and Eloise Preston, Swea City, and Agatha White, Mallard, were in Division 2. Ti' tonka also competed. In the flute solo, Class B-C, John Thomson, Armstrong, and Patricia Ball,\Titonka, were in Division 1, and Kathryn Dimler, Luverne, was in "Division 2. In tiie B flat clarinet solo--Class B-C event, BUI Kushner, Emmetsburg, Myron Teague, Thompson, and Wilma Preston. Swea .City, were in Division I; Darlene Osted- gaard, Ringsted, was in Division 2. Luverne, Corwith, Titonka, Buffalo Center and Dolliver, also had contestants. In Baritone-Euphonium In the baritone-euphonium solo --Class B-C, Ardyce Dohl, Swea City, Warren Underwood, Ringsted, and an Emmetsburg contestant were in Division 1. Jerald Johnson, Mallard, Mary Jean Hachut, Burt, Lloyd Miller, Ti~ tonka, and Stanley Bartleman, Graettinger, were in Division 2. Luverne also had a contestant. Saturday afternoon in the cornet solo, Class B-C evenC Joyce Hanson, Armstrong, Ellis Pehrson. Swea City, were in Division 1, and Marjorie Isaacs, Thompson, and Margaret Richman, Burt, were in Division 2. Titonka, Dolliver, Buffalo Center, Graettinger, Britt and Emmetsburg also had contestants. Britt Only Contestant In the orchestra, Class B, Britt, the only contestant was in Division 1. ·In the orchestra class" C event, Armstrong, the only contestant was also in Division 1. In the brass sextet, Class B-C, Burt was in Division 1 and Su r oa City, Armstrong and Britt in Division 2. Shirley Frank. Fenton, the only contestant in violin solo, Class B-C, rated in Division 1. . CLARION CONTEST RESULTS ARE TOLD CLARION--Following are the results of the sub-district music contest held here: Soprano solo, class B and C-Helen Latch of Renwick, Vera Verna Moore of Goldfield, Verlene Carrell of Clarion, all rated in division 1. Mezzo-soprano, class B and C-Betty Freeksen of Kanawha and Virginia Sernett of Hampton were Will Visit in North Iowa Rites Conducted at Cresco for Watros; Burial in Oak Lawn CRESCO--Funeral services for Omer G. Watros, 63, were held Monday at the Bradley funeral home with burial at Oak Lawn cemetery, Cresco, the Rev. T. M. Neilsen, pastor o£ the Methodist church, officiating. He is survived by a son and a daughter living elsewhere, a sister, Mrs. Ruby Hampton of Cresco and a brother. Dr. Roy Watros of Davenport. royalty scheduled to visit North Iowa this spring includes these representatives from the Scandinavian countries. Crown Prince Frederik of Denmark and Crown Princess Martha of Norway thus met at a party in Stockholm, Sweden, and may meet ajain on American shores, when they arrive for a tour cf cities--and two rival world fairs. Crown Princess Martha, with Crown Prince Olaf, will be at Luther college in Decorah on May G and 7, while Crown Prince Frederik and Crown Princess Ingrid of Denmark will pass through aiason City on the Rocket on April 21 cnroute from a visit at Iowa State college to Minneapolis. Royalty to Reign Briefly at Iowa State on April 21 Danish Crown Prince, Crown Princess Plan Ames School Visit O'BRIEN PETS 3 MONTHS IN JAIL Sentenced on Drunk Driving Charge in Court at Cresco CRESCO--Judge T. H. Goheen of Calmar, in district court at Cresco Saturday, sentenced the following: Ai-lene Peacock, 14, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Peacock of Cresco, on a charge of delinquency was committed to the Girls' Industrial school at Mitchellviile. Charles O'Brien was sentenced to three months in the county jail and §300 fine for drunken driving and his driver's license revoked for one year. James Bailey, on a charge of desertion, was sentenced to six months in the county jail at Cresco. Bond fixed at $1,000. He was paroled to the county sheriff and ordered to support his family. He must also pay the costs of this prosecution. Francis Stevenson, arrested on a charge of larceny and poultry, was sentenced Saturday to pay a fine of 51,000 and costs after pleading guilty to the crime. He had been indicted by the grand jury on information filed by County Atty. George F. Mikesh. Stevenson paid the fine and costs and was set at liberty. BURGESS DIES AFTER STROKE Served as Goodell Bank President for Past Twenty Years GOODELL -- Funeral services will be held at 2 o'clock Tuesday afternoon at his home for T. R. Burgess, 71, president of the State Savings bank of Goodell, who died Sunday after suffering a stroke on Saturday. The Rev. Harry Herlein of Des Moines will officiate at the last rites. Surviving widow and are the banker's five children, Mrs. Leon Proper of Reading, Minn., Mrs. Paul Halfpop, Joseph and Betty of Goodell, and Richard of Decorah. Mr. Burgess, a retired farmer, had been head of the bank for the past 20 years. Legion Amateur Contest Is Conducted at Latimer Malm Introduces Various Contestants in Latimer School · LATIMER--The amateur contest sponsored by the Hanson- Hare American Legion post and Auxiliary No. 658 held at the Latimer gymnasium Friday evening was one of the most successful programs held in this community for some time. A large crowd was present and responded well to all the numbers presented. The program was opened by Perry Kime of Alexander, a member of the post, who introduced the announcer, Nels Hampton. Mr. Malm Eagle Grove Man Is Sentenced on Drunk Driving Violation CLARION--Clifford Spires of Eagle Grove was sentenced Saturday by Judge O. J. Henderson to pay a fine of 5300 or serve 90 days in the Wright county jail on a charge of driving while intoxicated. Spires is in jail. Annual Meeting of Goldfield United Presbyterian Held GOLDFIELD--The congregation of the United Presbyterian church held its annual dinner and business meeting at the church pav- lors on Thursday evening. Two hundred members were present at the dinner after which the business meeting was held. The Rev. John Haupt, pastor the past two years, was voted a raise for the coming year. Malm, of introduced each number on the program. There were 17 entries. The prizes were awarded as follo\vs: Jacqueline Howell, first prize of S5; Jurgens girls, second prize of S3; Rathman and Kragel quartet, third prize of S2. Honorable mention was awarded J. C. Christensen, Charlamaine Christensen and Professor Sleinback's music students. All entrants rated highly with the judges. The judges were Lloyd Green of Alexander, Mrs. W. T. Johnson of Latimer, Mrs. Vern Pascoe of Chapin, Ave Johnson of Hampton and Mrs. Edna Aageson of Coulter. At the close of the program the ladies auxiliary served coffee and doughnuts. (now Your State Fact a Day About loway! AMES--Royalty will reign on the campus of Iowa State college for a few short hours April 21 when Crown Prince Frederick and Crown Princess -Irigrid of Denmark and Iceland make their stop here. Enroute from the San Francisco world's fair, the royal party of eight will motor to Des Moines from Omnha on Thursday morning, April 20, and will remain there until 10:45 Friday morning. A special Danish banquet will be held in the Fort Des Moines hotel on the evening of April 20 and Dr. Charles E. Frlley, president of Iowa State, will extend an official invitation to the party to visit Ames. The party will travel by auto caravan from Des Moines to Ames Friday morning where they will be greeted with military honors. Dr. and Mrs. Friley will welcome the royal guests, the first members of royalty ever to visit the college, at the Memorial union and will conduct them to the luncheon. At 1 o'clock a motor party will escort the royal party to Nevada where they will entrain for Minneapolis. Crown Prince Frederick and Crown Princess Ingrid have included this stop at Ames on their schedule because of the reputation Iowa State has in its field, even in foreign countries, and because numerous professors in the Royal College of Copenhagen have taken work here and appeared as lecturers on the campus, said Dr. M. Mortensen, professor of dairy industry and head of the committee in charge of arrangements. Also an inducement to the royal pair was the fact that more Danish-born young men have attended Iowa State than have been enrolled in any other college in the United States. rated in division 1. Tenor solo, class B and C-Francis Burnham of Kanawha, division 1. Flute solo, class A--Raymond Tumbleson o£ Eagle Grove, division 1. Class B and C--Marven Kaberlc cf Hampton and Helen Beneke of Plover, division 1. Oboe solo, class B and C--Dorothy Hagen of Clarion, division 1. B-Flat Clarinet solo, class B and C, Alice May Rankin of Hampton was rated in division 1. Clarion Girl Wins Bassoon solo, class B and C-Glennys Fleming of Clarion, division 1. Saxophone solo, class A--Dan Chase of Webster City, division J. Marimba-Xylophone, class B and C -- Jaqueline Howell of Hampton; Irene Becker of Klemme, division I. Baritone-Euphonium, class B and C--Richard Thompson of Clarion; Butler Eitel of Hampton, division 1. Tuba solo, class B and C--Ger- a!cT Lukensmeyer of Hampton, Jim Iliff of Clarion, David Barry of Bejmond, division. 1. Snare drum solo, class B and "Glory of the Cross" to Be Given Sunday LELAND--The senior and junior choirs will jointly sing the cantata, "The Glory of the Cross," a Our Savior's Lutheran church on the evening of Easter Sunday at 8 o'clock. C, Earl Thompson of Clarion Ward Saylor of Hampton, divisior Hampton Ranks High Miscellaneous brass, class B anc C, Hampton, division 1. Brass sextette, class B and C Hampton,, Clarion, division 1. Baritone solo (vocal), class B and C, Richard Middleton o Clarion, Edward Bayler of Hampton, Corwin Peer o£ Renwick, di vision 1. Bass solo, class B and C--Harold Yanney of Renwick and Pa Cook of Clarion, division 1. Girls' glee club, class B--Bel mond and Clarion, division 1. Mixed chorus, class B--Clarion division 1. Baton .twirling--Junior Beck man of Hampton, division 1. Orchestra, class C--Plover, Renwick. division 1. Class B--Clarion division 1. Concert Band, class B--Hamp ton, Clarion, division 1. The farms of 10 Iowa counties Cedar, Clint .m, Crawford, Jasper, Cossuth, Marshall, Polk, Plymouth, 'Shelby and Sioux) exceed P n value the farms in any one of he states of South Carolina, Maryland, Florida, Idaho, Maine, ^Jew Hampshire, Delaware, New Mexico or Utah. Services Held for Infant at Titonka T I T O N K A -- M r s . Clifford Krantz, who has been a patient at a Mason City hospital for several weeks, gave birth to a premature baby girl. Tt infant was placed in an incubator immediately, but lived only a few hours. Brief funeral services were held for the infant on Tuesday morning at the Buffalo township cemetery with only the immediate relatives in attendance. The Rev. L. Richmond of Burt had charge. Titonka Ladies Aid Meets on Wednesday TITONKA--The Ladies Aid society of the Methodist church will meet on Wednesday afternoon in the church parlors. Mrs. Charles Phelps, Mrs. Bernard Phelps, and Mrs. M. E. Larson are the hostesses. George H. Coleman Burial Is Made in Ashton Cemetery E A G L E G H G V E -- Funeral services for George H. Coleman, 71, who died at his residence Sunday, were held at the Wilson chapel, Eagle Grove, Monday at 10 a. m., in charge of tile Rev. A. S. Kilbourn of the Congregational church. Burial was made in the cemetery at Ashton, S. Dak., by Coltman and Son of Ashton. He is survived by the wife, three daughters: Mrs. Nicholas Juliar of St. Clair, Minn.; Mrs. Merton Coover of Menomonie, Wis., and Mrs. M. Neilsen of Chicago, anc by one son, Murray Coleman ol Eagle Grove, and one brother in Ashton. Entertained at Aid Tea LED YARD--Mrs. D. B. Mayer entertained Mrs. A. C. Sprout, Mrs. L. W. Werner, Mrs. Ed Knoner, Mrs. Glen Yahnke, Mrs. Lars Skaar and Mrs, Arthur Zielske at an aid tea at her home. Lime Springs WFMS Plans for Meeting LIME SPRINGS--The W. F. M S. of the M. E. church will have it: regular meeting at the parsonagi on Wednesday, followed by a pic nie supper. The program leadei will be Mrs. Mabel Moar. 48 AT FATHER, SON BANQUET Varied Program Is Given at Plymouth Meeting in School PLYMOUTH--Forty-eight men and boys attended the Plymouth Chapter, Future Farmers of America annual father-son banquet held Thursday night in the high school building. Gene Davis, president of the chapter, was toastmastcr. The F. F. A. is an organization of boys enrolled in vocational agriculture. The program w;is varied, consisting of musical selections by Little German band, made up of F. F. A. members, Vernon Trettin, John Hanson, Arthur Hovel, Harvey Otterness, and Lavern Grav- crson; talk, "Accomplishments of the F. F. A." by Davis; "What I've Gained From the F. F. A., by John Claus; "Purpose o£ the F. F. A." by Stanley L. Dunn, voc- ag. instructor, parliamentary procedure demonstration by parliamentary procedure team, and one reel of motion pictures. The dinner was served by the Home Economics class, under the supervision of Miss Motland. CONDUCT RITES OF GENEVA MAN Geneva Man Buried ' Following Services in Methodist Church GENEVA--The Rev. C. R. Garland conducted funeral services for F. P. Finn at 2:30 Sunday afternoon in the Methodist church. Favorite hymns were played by Hazel Masterson. The pallbearers were Jack Staclchouse, Charles Hoegncr, Harvey Richards, B. F. Hicks, Henry Brower and Dick Struthoff. The honorary bearers were Dr. F. L. Siberts, Howard Richards, Terry Grice, Henry Stems, Frank Kurtz, R. A. Waddington and Carl Lenz of Webster City. His widow and two daughters, Gwyneth, a teacher at Rowan, and Anna, a teacher at Fenton, survive. He also leaves one sister, Josephine Finn of Mason City, and three brothers, Herbert of Dumont; Will of Lake Helen, Fla., and John of Broad-.vater, Nebr. Mr. Finn's death followed an emergency operation at the Lutheran hospital in Hampton early Thursday. Fred Christ, Cresco Carpenter, Is Dead; Funeral Conducted CHESCO -- Funeral services were held Sunday afternoon at the Bradley funeral home for Fred Christ, 72, carpenter of Cresco for many years, who died at his home here Thursday night. He was born in Switzerland April 7, 1866. He is survived by three daughters: Mrs. J. P. Gethart of Mason City; Miss Mayme, Christ of Clear Lake, and Mrs. Besplie Culbertson of Cresco. Tlie" Rev. A. D. Phelps of the -Congregational church officiated':, at the funeral and burial services at Oak Lawn cemetery, Cresco. : Thieves Take $100 in Gait Burglary; Safe Is Blown Open CLARION--Thieves entered the Farmers' Elevator office at Gait early Friday morning. The safe in the office was rolled out and blown open. One hundred dollars was taken. ATTEND FUNERAL CARPENTER--Mr. and Mrs. Ed Dreher attended the funeral of a friend at Algona Fridav LEARNS OF DEATH RUDD--Mrs. Helen Alward received word from her nephew, Claude Messmore, of Austin, Minn., of the death of his mother. Mrs. Sarah Messmore of Roswell, S. Dak., who was about 70 old. SmokingPleasure L at its best*« 'Won't you have a Camel?" Those five words have opened up a new ·world of cigarette pleasure to many and many a delighted smoker... 'Right from the first puff, smokers find Camels so much milder... so appeal- ffigly delicate in flavor... in other words, America's favorite cigarette.... ,4 t, IMS. R. J, K*T**S« o.. Wrfntaa -£*:·». H. O. And every Came!, in every pack, has the same charm for your taste. You can, always depend on Camel's costlier tobaccos for the peak of smoking pleasure!

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