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Mason City, Iowa
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Tuesday, May 5, 1936
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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, MAY 5 M 1936 THREE Funeral for Trauger, Who Died Fishing, Is Conducted at Algona ALGONA--Funeral services were planned Cor Tuesday afternoon for T. A. Trauger, 53,'at the Presbyterian church with the Rev. J- H. Edge officiating. Burial will be made at Luvernc. Mr. Trauger dropped dead while fishing Saturday afternoon. Mr. Trauger was born Jan. 2, 1883 at Goldfield where he spent his childhood. On March 8, 1905 he married Hulene Fechncr of Luverne and the family moved to Portland, Ore. At that time he was in service on the Mexican border with the regular army. In the spring of 1911 his wife and two sons returned to Luverne. Upon his return in the fall the family moved to Algona in 1915. From August 1917 to April 1918 he served 18 months on the Italian fronts. He was made honorary captain and received two citations from the Italian army. He acted as Y. M. C. A. secretary and was assigned to first aid service. Later the family moved to Ames for five years where he was a member of a wholesale grocery concern. He also managed a one stop station there. He returned to Algona and was head of the local national reemployment service for one year. At the time of his death he was employed at the Kent Motor company and was a candidate for county sheriff on the republican ticket. He was a member of the American Legion, Masonic lodge, U. C. T., the 40 and 8 army honor, Kiwanis club and the Congregational church. Surviving are his wife and three sons, Paul. Mason City; Don, Ames, and Bob, Annapolis; two brothers, Earl, Palmer and Guy, Livermore, and three sisters, Mrs. Myrtle Norton, Canada; Mrs. Henry Tillson, Livermore, and Mrs. Harold Derr of Watsontown. Pa. Kicked ly Horse. BUFFALO CENTER. -- Gordon Frcttc, second son of Mr. and Mrs. Wier Frette, south of town, suffered a broken leg and many bruises Saturday evening. He entered the bam to turn out one of the horses when one of the animals kicked him. Correct this sentence; "When I scatter public money," said the district scatterer, "I make no effort to favor those who vote right." -Wisconsin S r ate Journal. I owa's largest most distinguished hotel. Hotel Fort Des Moines DES MOINES A Tangney-McGinn Hotel Commencement Exercises First Woman Superintendent iii Iowa to Graduate Son at Rock Falls; Record Class to Get Diplomas at Alexander; Risse of St. Ansgar to Speak at Grafton; Hamilton on Hanlontown Program; Sermons to Graduates Announced. tub program and the various pio- ects which are available. An effort s being made to organize a boys' -H club in Union township and one n Scott township. It was felt that t would be worthwhile to hold this meeting in order that the parents might become acquainted with the purpose of the 4-H club work. ROCK FALLS--In Falls township ommenccment exercises this year he class will include the first child f a woman superintendent to be raduated in Iowa. Lucile Usher is he superintendent and her son, Leand Usher, is a member of the gradating class, one of the largest in he history of the school. Mrs. Usher s Cen-o Goido county's first woman uperintendent. Falls township commencement ex- rcises will be May 20. The speaker s Edmund T. Anderson, head of peech department. Hawarden. The commencement sermon May 17 will be by the Rev. William Galbreth, Olivet church, Mason City. The valedictorian is Ruth Isaacson and salntatorian Russell Edgar. Members of the school board are Charles Shelhorn, president; Robert Craw,. Glen Calvert, Louie Borchardt. Paul Hansen, Carl Hansen, Paul Matzen. The faculty consists of ^ucile Usher, superintendent. Principal Leonard Hoadley, Howard 3orup. Students to be graduated are: Ruth Isaacson, Russell Edgar, Lc- and Usher. Lorraine Hansen, Faye Niewald, Mildred Navratil, Arlene Jiian, Forrest Jones, Mollie Napoletano. Jtecord Class Scheduled. ALEXANDER--Alexander's con soliclated school commencement exercises May 21, will be addressed by Judge Sherwood Clock of Hampton The commencement sermon is set for Mav 17 by the Rev. A. C. Walker, pastor. United church, Alexander, The school board is composed of G. P Richards, president ;Herman Braun Lewis Bell, Hilko Pals, Louis Peters. On the faculty are Clyde D. Thease, superintendent; Vera Davisson, Alfred M. Gowan, principal, Howard P. Berry. Diplomas will be given to Rex. T. Aldinger, Carroll A. Bcenen, Eldon L Bell, Edward D. Blau, Herman J. Braun, Alice E. Buterbaugh, Lillian L. Carr, Richard Dunn. Edna Frohling, Magdalene Frohling. Alvah G. Gillett, Genaveva ·Jruis, Ruby Jensen, Kenneth M. Jensen, Kenneth L. Kinseth, Lyle J. Larsen, Wayne A. Larsen, Berniece L. Scott Donalan J. Shillington, Arnold Smith, Doris H. Thompson. This is the largest class ever to be graduated from Alexander high school. Will Hear Kisse. GRAFTON -- Plans have been completed for Grafton public school commencement exercises to be held May 13. The speaker will be Supt. H. F. Risse of St. Ansgar. The commencement sermon will be given by the Rev. Mr. Landdeck of the Immanuel Lutheran church. The valedictorian is Pearl Bublitz and salutatorian. Ruby Borchcrt. Members of the school board are W. A. Wagner president; Alfred Schmidt- Otto Buechele, Alfred Bruesewitz John Koci. On the faculty are A. K. Ruebel superintendent; Margaret Conrardy Arlene Grimm, high school and Martha Kroll and Doraine Pinta grades. Students- to be graduated are Pear! Bublitz, Marcella Trettin Ruby Borchert, George Jorgenson Esther Landdeck and Verna Plath School closes May 15. Hamilton Will Speak. HANLONTOWN--At the Hanlon town high school commencement exercises May 15, W. R. Hamilton of Mason City will speak. The commencement sermon May 10 will Be by the Rev. H. E. Okland, local pastor. , The school "board is composed ot G E Toustem, president, William Lovelace, T. G. Kaasa, E. H. Phillips B A. Payne. The members of the'faculty are R. J. Elliott, superintendent; Melvin Sekkink, Merlin Seipp Olive Larson, principal. Diplomas will tie given to Junior Methus, Clarence Sparby, Frank Seidel, Pearl Brunsvold, Adelaide Thorson, June Rye and Madeline Payne. Training School Friday. CHARLES CITY--The third and ast of the scries of girls 4-H club .raining schools will be held Friday, May S, at the Y. M. C. A. in Charles City by Miss Gladys Adams, cloth- ino- extension specialist of Iowa State college. The subject for discussion will be "The Complete Costume" for the 4-H girl, in which she will be given valuable information on the selection and making of accessories as well as the problem of altering and remaking garments. Kally Day Plans Under Way. CHARLES CITY--Rally day plans for the Floyd county 4-H girls are how well under way according to an annoTOcement made by Miss Lenore Thome, the county home demonstration agent. The county club committee composed of Mrs. E. L. Morey, chairman, Mrs. R. C. Wilcox. Mrs. Charles Katcher and Mrs. Delwin Otto met with Miss Thome at the Farm Bureau office to complete the plans. Rally day will be held June 18 at Floyd. Further plans will be announced in the near future. Kctiirn to C'U'cro. CHARLES CITY--Jerome Sokolowski, 33, and Edward Czaplinski, 14, were given some money by Sheroff B. F. Atherton to get to 'their home in Cicero, ill., after being held here since last Thursday. The boys told a story of how they were forced into a box car while playing in the railroad yards and slugged and did not know where they were until they reached Mason City on a freight train. They hitch hiked to Charles City. Charles City Briefs jjone to Washington to accept a josition in the veterans' bureau. He ,vas accompanied by Mrs. Hoyer. A free kindergarten clinic for children who will enter school this fall is being held in the schools. Monsignor W. J. Convery. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Campbell and T. J. Kcefe attended the funeral of Monsignor John Stewart at Waukon Monday. The annual banquet of the First Methodist church will be held Wednesday evening in the church. The sum of $253 was paid as inheritance tax on the estate of Helen Baldwin Olds. The sum taxed was $17,588. CHARLES CITY--The history of the motion picture industry was related at the meeting of the Rotary club Monday by R. M. Phillips. The growth and astonishing improvements constantly going on in a field which reaches more persons than any other industry were explained by Mr. Phillips who was presented by Milton Dunlap, chairman. State Senator George Wilson, candidate for the republican nomination for governor of Iowa, will speak here Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Lorcn Nehls arc the parents of a son born in the Cedar Valley hospital. H. C. Hoyer, who has been employed in the purchasing depart, ment of the Oliver company, ha: New Outlets for Farm Products Stressed by Wilson at West Union WEST UNION--A plan to search out further new outlets for Iowa farm products and their byproducts, as a direct responsibility of the state government, was advocated here by Senator George Wilson, republican candidate for governor, in addressing a young republican meeting here Monday night. "One of the prime duties of this, the greatest agricultural stale in the union, should be finding new and greater markets for our farm products. In fact, I know of nothing the state government can do, which ,1'ould have greater lasting benefits to Iowa's prosperity," Senator Wilson declared. "The research department ot Iowa State college has already pointed the way with its pioneer work in this field--developing new commercial products from corn and other Iowa products. I propose, in the event of my election, to extend the scope and service of this agency in searching out new outlets and markets for Iowa farm products. I shall also encourage every other college in the state to devote an important part of its department of science to research and marketing' work of this same type." Class Banquet Held. LEDYARD -- The junior class gave the junior-senior banquet Friday evening at the school. The banquet was, "The May Day Festival." Forty-two students and teachers were served. WIN $500 CASH Or $250--Or $100 What well-known Georgia town does RAYSCOWS spell when the letters are properly arranged? Rush your answer on a POSTCARD to Contest Manager of American Life, Dawson, Ca.. and you will get an opportunity to win one of 20 cash prizes to be awarded in the Georgia Cities Game. CHARLES CITY NEWS 23 Counties Will Be Represented at Soil Conservation Meeting CHARLES CITY -- Representatives of the soil conservation committees of approximately 23 counties will attend a district meeting in the courthouse in Charles City Friday, May S, starting at 9:30 a. m. The purpose of the meeting will be to explain the listing sheets, county quotas and any rulings which have been made since the training school for committeemen was held. Fred Stover, fieldman, will attend the meeting along- with a representative of the state sta- TEN . SMART STYLES 1 "A BEAUTIFUL'FABRIC THAT IS ," ^USUALLY SEEN ONLY^IN ,, I .DRESSES OF MUCH ,..[ HIGHER .PRICE., ' " |. - 'See Them' , '. in the Window: Tonight. 101 North Federal Avc. tistician's olficc, representative of the state soil conservation committee and probably a representative of the -office at Washington. The meeting will be for members of the county soil conservation committees and tabulators. However, other township committeemen may attend if they like. Plans for Achievement -Show for 4-H Started CHARLES CITY--E. M. Wright, field secretary for Iowa State Dairy association, met with boys club leaders of the county at the Farm Bureau office along with the club agent, Jay Vendleboe and County Agent W. H. Brown. Mr. Wright ex- plaincu the purpose of the dairy club and the opportunities for farm boys to gain valuable experience in this project. Tentative plans for holding a two day 4-H club achievement show in Charles City, Aug. 21 to 26 were discussed. It was suggested that the county hold a 4-H club party on the evening of May 23. This date is only tentative and is subject to change. All Officers in Floyd Seeking Re-Election CHARLES CITY--Fifteen candidates have filed nomination papers for offices on the republican ticket. All the present county officers are seeking re-election and only Jens Grothe, county attorney, has opposition. Weston E. Jones, who was a candidate against Mr. Grothe two years ago, is opposing him again this year. The present officers are as follows: Horace Slingcr, clerk of the district court; Charles Laun, treasurer; Gus Michcll, auditor; Grace Rex Curtis, recorder: B. F. j Atherton. sheriff; Charles Snyder. coroner. Roy J. Sours, present Floyd county representative, has no opposition in the republican primaries. Fred Brenner," Charles Harding, Fred Miner and William Schaper are candidates for supervisor in the Charles City district. Andrew Nelson who will retire next year is not a candidate. Dick Cummings, democrat, present supervisor from district number one is being opposed by Ben H. Johnson, republican. Charles City Delegation to Go to Legion Session CHARLES CITY--Several members of the American Legion auxiliary will go to New Hampton Wednesday to attend the fourth district convention. Zella Messersmith, Charles City, will read the resolutions of respect and thp. local auxiliary quartet, composed of Mrs. Irving Smith, Mrs. Kenneth Springer, Mrs. Harry Shaffner and Mrs. Albert Schilling, will appear on the program in the music contest. Mrs. J. P. Henry 'S ' ne accompanist. Many Legionnaires will accompany Auxiliary members to attend the banquet and program in the evening. Boys and Parents Asked to Marble Rock Session CHARI/ES CITY--All boys of 4-H club age and parents living in Union township and surrounding territory have been invited to attend a meeting which will be held at the high school in Marble Rock Wednesday evening at 8. 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