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Mason City, Iowa
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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, MAY 5 ·§ 1336 FTPHT JMASUJN utJll WA/Jon-vrtmn .ma, XTIJIJ. a t^m ·*""" -LAKE MILLS PREPARING FOR LUTHER LEAGUE CONVENTION 300 DELEGATES ARE EXPECTED Crowd of 5,000 Will Hear Choral Union Concert on Sunday. LAKE MILLS--Local committees are at work making preparations to care for large crowds expected here this week-end to attend the Young People's Luther league convention. The Iowa district includes Iowa, Missouri, Arkansas, Louisiana, Kansas, Texas, New Mexico, Arizona and Oklahoma. A registration of nearly 300 elegates is expected. Features of the program include: Group conferences, music by. the Walorf college choir of Forest City, and Schola Cantorum of Luther college. Decor?,i. A crowd of about 5,000 is expected to attend the Choral Union concert Sunday afternoon. S. R. Torgeson of Lake Mills, is the president of the Iowa district. Opens Friday Night. The opening session Friday eve- nine at 7:30 will include: Prelude, Mildred Holstad, Lake Mills; hymn, Assembly; devotional leader, the Rev. M. C. Thompson, Emmetsburg- vocal solo, "Why Do the Nations Rage," Handel, Arnold Warren Osage; addresses of welcome, Winferd Johnson,' presiden Salem Y. P. L. L., Lake'Mills; thi Rev 0 R. Sletten, Lake Mills, and responses, the Rev. H. M. Normann ·vice president Iowa district Y. P L L, Cresco; the Rev. J. A. M Hinderlie, president Iowa Distnc Choral Union, Forest City. Hymn singing directed by Prof Odvin Hagen, Waldorf college, For est City; sermon, "Our Life, Com plete in Christ," the Rev. 'Walte Carlson, Norway; anthems, North wood Senior Luther choir; electio of committees; hymn, Assembly benediction, the Rev. O. R. Sletten Saturday Morning, May 9. 9-9:30, Bible study, the Rev. O. L N. Wigdahl, Mason City; 9:30-9:4a organ recital, Mildred Holstad, Lak Mills- 9:45-10:30, business session Y. P. L. L.; 10:30-11:30, conferenc sessions. Devotionals at Salem church- Presiding officer, Prof. Morton 0 Nilssen, Luther college; vocal solo "The Path of Life," Carroll Ambro son, Mason City, sscompanied by Beatrice Wigdahl, Mason City; "Reading and Meditation Upon the Word," Norris Olson, Eagle Grove; "Best Devotional Literature,", Elizabeth Lokken, Lake Mills; "International Y. P.- L. L. Reading Fioject," Lyle O. Estenson, Luther college, Decorah; "Christian Poetry," Melva STILSON--Mrs. L. V. Wessel and on, Clair, of Belmond, were visiting er mother, Mrs. Anna Jeffords, unday. plan Mother's Day Program. NORA SPRINGS--The Progres- ive class of the Methodist Sunday chool will hold the monthly social meeting Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. George D. Gaide, the teacher. The Open Door class will be guests. There will be a Mother's day program. Visit at Marshalltown. CHAPIN--Mr. and Mrs. :-:HERE AND THERE:-: Miscellaneous Items From 125 Globe-Gazette Correspondents in North Iowa and Minnesota John Jleveland and son visited Saturday vening and Sunday with Mrs. Cleveland's sister, Mrs. Ted Brown and family at Marshalltown. Visitor From Minneapolis. MANLY -- Mrs. J. V. Raiter of Minneapolis, is visiting several weeks at the home of her sister, Mrs. Frank Garvey. Brother-in-Law Is Dead. RUDD--Mrs. E. A. Hansen was called to Delta Friday evening because of the serious illness of her jrother-in-law Homer Hardesty who died early Monday morning. Attend Oelwein Meeting. DECORAH -- All Winneshiek county banks observed a holiday Monday to 'allow bank officials anc employes to attend the annual group bankers meeting which was held in Oelwein. Hcovering Alter Operation. PROTIVIN--Will Pecinosky, who home from Louisville, Ky., where he and a friend witnessed the famous Kentucky derby Saturday. From Piper City. STILSON--John Monteleous of Piper City, 111., was a guest at the Mr. and Mrs. Emil 'Peterson home. Returns From California. EAGLE GROVE--William E. Garret returned from Los Angeles, where he spent two months investigating his claim as an heir to the estate of his sister who died recently at Calahasas, a suburb of Los. Anegeles. The estate is approximately valued at $20,000, principally in real estate. Walter McCarty of Los Angeles, formerly of Eagle Grove, las been appointed administrator. Mission Group Meets. NORA SPRINGS--The Woman's Missionary society of the Evangelical church was held at the home of Mrs. A. J. Rhutasel west of town. Mrs. James Cutler had charge of the lesson and there was an unusually large attendance. Released From Quarantine. LAKOTA--The Rev. O. H. Frerking and the Rev. A. F. Boese families have been released from quarantine, members from both families having been ill with scarlet fever. plan 40 Hour Devotions. MANLY--The Sacred Heart parish is holding 40 hour devotions Sunday, Monday and Tuesday of Rorem, Radcliffe. "The Worship Hour," at high school auditorium; presiding officer, the Rev. Gabriel Tweet, Soldier; vocal' solo, Anna Mikkelson, Decorah, accompanied by Harold Normann, Cresco; "Hearing the Word," Alice Bakken, Ridgeway; ''Receiving the Sacrament," Olga Coltvet, Thompson; "Lutheran Order of Worship," Harry Anderson, Soldier; "Singing in Church Worship," Wilbur Anders, Radeliffe. "Prayer Life," at high school study hall, presiding officer, the Rev. Carl Opsahl, Jewell; singing, Thor men's quartet, Thor; "Why Should Youth Pray," Olive Gjersten, Goldfield; "What Kind of Life Does Prayer Demand?" Ada Ruth Colby, Mason City; "Value, Purpose and Methods of Group Prayer," Nyle Heggen, Dolliver; "Deepening One's Personal Prayer Life," Amy Al- vorson, Dows.: 11:30-12:00--General convention session, at church with reports of presiding officers . of each group conference. Closing devotion. Saturday Afternoon. 2:00-3:15, Conference sessions-"Intellectual Problems," at high school study hall, presiding officer, the Rev. Amos W. Stoeh, Ames; piano eolo, Vemice Hovland, Eagle Grove;''"Can Faith and Reason be Harmonized?" Karl Torgerson, Luther college; "How Can We Be Sure the Bible is the Word of God?".Ernest Quam, Randall; "Does a Christian Life Pay in This Life?" Helen Fauske, Eagle Grove; "The Christion Student and the Pagan Teacher," Myrus- Knutson, Ames. "Religious Problems," at Salem church, presiding officer, the Rev. L. A. Mathre, Bstherville; vocal solo, "Jesus Only," Belinda Solomonson, Leland; "How Does a Young Person Become a Christian?" Gena Bakken, Nbrthwood; "How Can You Know If .You Are a Christian?" Joseph Luthro, Eagle Grove; , "How Can One Live a Happy Christian Life?" Judith Sandvig, Thor; "Why I Am a Lutheran Christian," Oliver Burkum, Forest City. "Social Problems," at high school auditorium; presiding officer, the Rev. T. p. Solem, Osage; vocal solo, · Dorothy Boyd, Roland; "What Attitude Should a Christian Take Toward Intoxicating Liquors?" Reuben Wangberg, Rolfe; "What Attitude Should the Christian Take Towards War?" Selmer Norland, Garner; "What Attitude Should the Christian Take Towards the Government?" Carroll Larson, Waldorf college. 3:15-4:00, general convention session high school auditorium; reports of presiding officers of each group conference. 4:00-6:00, Choral Union rehearsal at high school auditorium; conference of district and circuit Y. P. L. L. officers at church. SATURDAY EVENING 6:45-7:45, Salem Y. P. L. L., Lake Mills, entertains. 8:00-9:30, inspirational session at underwent an operation at Cresco, is recovering. Will Elect Officers. STILSON--The Community club will meet in the basement of the U. B. church Friday evening for election of officers. Daughter Is Born. NORA SPRINGS--Word has been receivd by Mr. and Mrs. Carl Swedberg of the birth of their first grandchild, Helen Esther, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. John Hildebrand, Jr., of Cambridge, Mass., April 27. Mrs. Hildebrand was formerly Miss Helen Swedberg of this place. Returns to Dubuque. LAKOTA--Norman Frerking who has been quarantined for scarlet fever is out and has returned to take up liia studies at the University of Dubuque Guest From Illinois. MANLY--Mrs. Joseph Tusha of Dixon, 111., who before her marriage was Miss Kathryn Garvey of Manly, 'is visiting her sister, Mrs. Lou Duclas and at the homes of her brothers, Frank and Dan Garvey. Surprised for Birthday Party. RUDD--Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ehlebrecht and sons, Mr. and Mrs. William Moeller and daughter, and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Moore suprised their mother, Mrs. Albert Decker Sunday in honor of her birthday anniversary which will occur Thursday, May 7. Returning From Kentucky. DECORAH -- Clarence Bidne, manager of the Winneshiek Equity Co-operative association, is enroute Salem church. Prelude, Mildred Holstad, Lake Mills; vocal solo, Haakon Myrvang, Luther college, Decorah; devotional leader, Arthur M. Larson, Thompson; singing, Lake Mills high school chorus, Prof. Marcus G. Boe, director; address, "One Life to Live, and the Socially Accepted Standards- of Morality," Carroll Hinderlie, student at Luther Theological seminary, St. Paul; benediction, the Rev. H. M. Norman, vice president Iowa district Y. P. L. L., Cresco. SUNDAY MORNING 9:00 Choral union rehearsal at high school auditorium; 9:45-10:30, Bible study, the Rev. 0. B. Anderson, Onawa, at church. Divine services at 11 o'clock at Salem church. Prelude, Mildred Holstad, Lake Mills; opening prayer, the Rev. H. F. Huseth, Winnebago church, Lake Mills; liturgist, the Rev. S. J. Fretheim, Scarville; sermon, the Rt. Rev. N. Astrup Larsen, president of Iowa district of the N. L. C. A.; anthem, Salem Lutheran choir, Lake Mills, Prof. Marcus G. Boe, director; convention offering to the International Y. P. L. L. project; closing prayer, the this week, with Father Buchard of Waterloo in charge of the services. Taken to Ames. RUDD--Don Willett and Howard Slocum took Donald Roberts and Carlyle Ganger to Ames Sunday evening and then went to Des Moines on business. Return From Lisbon. PROTIVIN -- William Kaliskek and Ruben Fencl returned from Lisbon, N. Dak., after visiting there a week. Visitors From St. Paul. WHEELERWOOD--Mr. and Mrs. Tom Law of St. Paul are spending a few days at the E. P. DeGraw home. Are Parents o£ Son. GLENVILLE, Minn.--A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Frank Flusic Saturday at the Naeve hospital, Albert Lea. This makes two childen in the family, the other one a girl. Are Conducting Meetings. HANLONTOWN--Evangelist and Mrs. Clarence Haaland of Eagle Grove are conducting meetings every evening this week in the Lutheran church. Is Much Improved. CARPENTER--Mrs. Olaf Anderson, who has had an attack of appendicitis,- is much improved. Returns From California, M A R B L E ROCK--Mrs. Fred Gates returned Sundry from several months' stay in California. Her daughter, Mrs. Russell Smith, and grandson, Master Frederick Smith, met her in Kansas City. Move to Manly. KENSETT--Mr. and Mrs. Perry Webb moved to the Yezek apartments at Manly Monday. Mrs. Olson Speaks. GARNER--The garden department of the Woman's club followed a 6:30 o'clock dinner in the Chris Olson home Monday night with a social hour and program. Mrs. Olson gave a study on "The Preservation of Wild Flowers." Guest From St. Paul. SHEFFIELD--Miss Eliza Wunn of St. Paul spent the week-end at the home of her father, John Wunn. Honored at Shower. LAKE MILLS--Mrs. Norman .Vennedahl was honored at a postnuptial miscellaneous shower Friday evening at the Salem Lutheran church. A program was presented which included a vocal solo by Miss Mildred Holstad, a dramatic reading by Miss -Ethel Wurilien, and several talks. Mrs. Vennedahl before her recent marriage was Luella Hanson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Helmer Hanson. Sponsoring Poster Contest. CARPENTER -- The American Legion auxiliary held a meeting at the club rooms Tuesday. The unit Visitors From Oskaloosa. LONEROCK--Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Lewis of Oskaloosa and their son, Rex, of Chicago, spent Wednesday and Thursday at the home of their daughter and sister, Mrs. W. -G. Flaig. Speaks on Health Laws. RUDD -- The Culture club met Saturday afternoon at the Rev. B. A. Fieselmann home. Mrs. H. F. Mercer spoke on Iowa state and county health laws. Mrs. Nellie Roberts gave the Bible study. Miss Lela Armstrong was the entertainment leader. Eight first and second grade · boys and girls entertained with a May pole dance. Mrs. Max Walker of Rockford, county chairman, was present. Will Reside in Washington. KENSETT--Mrs. Henry Paulson and two children left for West Bend Wash., to join her husband who has employment there. Attend Dog Show. LELAND--Mr. and Mrs. Ben Bur en-spent the week-end in the Twin Cities attending the dog show. At Forest City Session. GARNER--Some 30 members o the local chapter of the America! Legion and auxiliary attended th eighth district Legion and auxiliar; spring conference held at Fores City Tuesday. The local drum an bugle corps which is sponsored b the Legion took part in a-contest Home From Sanitarium. BURT--C. W. Schryver and Mr Elizabeth Patterson went' to Ne vada Sunday and brought home Mr Schryver, who had been takin treatment at the sanitarium ther Visitors From Dubuque. CALMAR--Mr. and Mrs. Jac Kueper and daughter of Dubuqu spent the week-end with Mrs. Ku per's mother, Mrs. Nell Giesen, an family. 400 PRESENT AT I, OIF, SESSION Northeast District Gathers at Clarion to. Observe Anniversary. CLARION--Observing the one undred seventeenth anniversary of he founding of the Odd Fellows and Lebekah lodges, 400 members of the rganizations from the northeast istrict of Iowa were the guests of the Clarion unit at an all-day meet- ng Monday. A reception at 'the I 0. 0. F. hall to greet the guests as hey arrived was given from 10:30 . m. to 11:30 a. m. Two programs had been planneo y the local organization, one for the ntertainment of the men and the ither for the Rebekahs. Mason Cityans Heard. The Odd Fellows met at their hall for the following'program: Association meeting called to order by C D. Jacobson, local president; address of welcome by G. R. Hill draping of the chapter .by Hampton ,odg© No. 218; reading by Mrs George L. Kyseth; instructions in the unwritten work; proper way o working into a lodge, by Mason Cit. lodge No. 224; program by childrer of the Odd Fellows' children's home mixed chorus, grand lodge and pas official degrees conferred. Evenm session, Methodist church quartet instrumental solo; conferring of th Initiatory degree by the Kanawha lodge No. 66T.. C. D. Jacobson as president, F M. Brooks as vice president, and I L. Perry, as secretary and trea: urer, were in charge of arrange ments for the Odd Fellow divisio of the celebation. Program Is Presented. Mrs. C. D. Jacobson,- president o the local Rebekahs, Mrs. Anr Huntley, vice president, and Mrs. V E. Lesher, secretary-treasurer, ac ed as an executive committee i charge of plans for the entertain ment of the Rebekahs. Appearing c- heir program were Mrs. S. L. Per- f, Mrs. Mable Kolwinska, Mrs. O. McGahey, Mrs. Rose Vial, Miss race McNeal, and the Misses Lois iatheson, Marlene and Joan lickleson, and Burton Casebeer. ·here were also several musical roups from the high school here, ohn Brentou in a violin solo, and verine lodge No. 196 from Iowa falls were included on the evening's rogram. A dinner served by the women of IR Presbyterian church provided an pportunity for the Odd Fellows and Rebekahs to meet and enjoy an _iour together between the afternoon and evening sessions. When ie evening's meetings were con- luded, a large crowd gathered at the I. O. O. F. hall, and members of the organization, with their piests, participated in a dance. Placements Made at Algona. ALGONA--Esther Lavrenz of the re-employment office stated that 250 P. W. A. placements have been made during the month of April to he Metz Construction company and 73 other PWA placements were made. The service made 23 private placements during the month and took 74 new applications. Nine hun dred and forty-nine persons were in terviewed with eight skilled laborers transferred out of the county. Anniversary Is Celebrated. SWALEDALE--Mr. and Mrs. Ed ward Witte, east of town, celebrat ed their silver wedding anniversarj Sunday at their home. A larg crowd of relatives and friends wa present. William Dense Buried. STACYVELLE--Funeral service were held Monday at the Methodis church for Willian Dense, 54, wh died late Friday. Burial was in th Methodist cemetery. Surviving ar his widow, three children and thre grandchildren; his mother, Mrs Christine Dense, brothers, Henna of Rochester, Minn., John of Fred ericksburg. Lions Candidate Announcement was made by the Ogden Lions club that Dean Chapman will be placed in the field for the post of district governor in district 9A. The Kev. Dean Chapman is an outstanding social worker in Ogden. His candidacy is backed by the Ogden club 100 per cent. The state convention will bo held May 22, 23 at Fort Dodge. Sails on Freighter. HAMPTON--Word has been re ceived here that Don Farran saile Sunday on a freighter with Richar Bennett and a young Englishma for Buenos Aires. They will b aboard the freighter three weeks Mr. Farran, who was telegraphe Uverman at the Great Wester tower here, will write the memoir of Richard Bennett, well known actor. FINED $300 FOR DRUNKEN DRIVING Belmond Man Is Arrested by Highway Patrolman and Pleads Guilty. CLARION--Magna Rokke of Belmond was fined ,$300 for driving while intoxicated by Judge T. G. Garfield Monday, who also recommended the suspension of Rokke'a [riving license, as provided by law which allow's a year's suspension. Rokke pleaded guilty to the charge, or which he was arrested by A. R. Senedict, highway patrolman, Sunday. Vlanly Grade Operetta to Be Given Wednesday MANLY--The Manly grade oper- »tta is to be held at the school auditorium Wednesday evening. The operetta is based on the Italian story, "Pinocchio." There are 150 in the cast. The main characters are: John Adams, Virgil Blado, Jerry Garvey, Eldon Lemler, Dorothy Rachut, Paul Collis, Bobby Douglas, Jack Dunn, LeRoy Grefe, Max Oilman Howard Andreason, Willis Hogan, Robert John Wilder, Stanley Mueske, Robert Newby, Dorothy Tate, June Clemenson, Grace Pr'ichard Corrin Martin, John Mul- Hnix Dick Upchurch, William Osborne. Miss Sobolik has charge o£ the operetta, with the Misses Aden, Smith, Benzing in charge of the costumes, and the Misses Lepley, Peters and Rogers in charge of the dances. Aged Woman Injured. LAKOTA--·Mrs. William Wiese 94, fell from a chair, cutting gash in her head that require seven stitches to close. Fined for Intoxication. HAMPTON--Mike Fielding and Kenneth Potter were arraigned before Mayor J. Sikkema Monday ^on charges of intoxication. Fielding was fined 510 and costs and Potter was fined $5 and costs. RESEARCH TEST CAB Rev. H. Rosenqvist, Zion church, Lake Mills; sermon at high school auditorium; prelude, Blanche Stensrud, Lake Mills; opening prayer, the Rev. Casper T. Fjelstul, Silver Lake; liturgist, the Rev. L. F. Scheie, Joice; sermon, "Living for Jesus," the Rev. Stanley Olsen, dean of Christianity, Waldorf college, Forest City; anthem, Immanuel Lutheran choir. Forest City, Prof. Odvin Hagen, director; convention offering to the International Y. P. L. L. project; closing prayer, the Rev. T. H. Benson, Rake. 1:30-3:00, Choral union rehearsal at high school auditorium. SUNDAY AFTERNOON Concert at 3 o'clock in the high school auditorium by the Iowa District Choral union, Prof. Odvin Hagen, director; Miss Anna Mikkelson, Decorahi soprano; Miss Edith Quist, Waldorf college, accompanist; Miss Mildred Holstad, Lake Mills, accompanist; Arnold Warren, Osage, bass; devotional leader, the Rev. H. E. Rasmusaen, Jr., Duncombe; sermonet, the Rev. J. W. Ylvisaker, Northwood; violin soloist, Miss Orene Madson, Stanhope, accompanied by Edith Quist. SUNDAY EVENING At high school auditorium. Prelude, Mildred Holstad, Lake Mills; devotional leader, Harold Newhouse. Ames. Concert Waldorf college choir, Prof. Odvin Hagen, director; address. "Divine Sonship," Prof. Theo. A. Huggcnvik, St. Olaf college, Northfield, Minn.; offertory, reports of committees, installation of officers and closing devotion. · · -. · ' : --T^§ is sponsoring a poppy poster contest and the higher grades' pupils are taking part. Visitor From Nebraska. BRADFORD--Henry Buttjer of Bassett, Nebr., is visiting his brother, John Buttjer. Papers Given on Mexico. BURT The Woman's club met for its final meeting of the year Monday evening at Mrs. F. L. Ryerson's with Lulu Hawcott as assisting hostess. The topic of the evening was Mexico. Mrs. L. A. Boettcher, Mrs. R. H. Thompson and Mrs. P. L. Dremmel gave .papers. Called to Chicago. SHEFFIELD--L. A. Strouse was in Chicago over the week-end, called there by the serious illness of his mother. Visitors From Texas. BRADFORD--Mr. and Mrs. Henry Brouhard from Texas are visiting the latter's sister, Mrs. George Wright and brother, Earl Johnson. Home for One Week. CALMAR--Miss Edna Rothmeyer who is employed at La Crosse. Wis., came home Saturday to spend a week's vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Rothmeyer. Return to Home. MITCHELL -- Willard Indra of Marcelle. Minn., and sister, Mrs. Howard Drake, also Mrs. George Dearborn of St. Paul, who have been spending a few days at the home of their aunt. Miss Amanda Cordes, and Mrs. Ed Miller and husband re I turned to their homes Monday. THOUSANDS OF MIDWEST MOTORISTS Learning the TRUTH About Gasoline Mileage · Standard Oil's gasoline.mileage test is in full swing. 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