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April 5, 1939

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

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WEDNESDAY, APRIL 5, 1939 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE WARNS AGAINST ISMS IN U.S. Supreme Knight of K. C. Outlines 5 Crusade Principles EMMETSBURG--Members ol the Knights of Columbus lodge from North Iowa councils and chapters in surrounding states Tuesday heard the national head of the order, Supreme Knight Martin H. Carmody o£ Grand Rapids, Mich., outline the plan and the pressing reasons for the "Crusade for Ch'ristian Justice" which the society is now carrying on through its various councils. The supreme knight was guest of honor at a banquet in the Ker- more hotel, which also honored the visiting clergy and lodge officers. The speaker was introduced by State Deputy Lawrence D. Brennan of Emmetsburg. Speaking of the crusade being sponsored by the lodge which he heads, Mr.-Carmody said: Warns Against 'Isms . "While we. may all be deeply concerned with the communism and the other totalitarian forces that today plague Russia, Germany, Spain and Mexico, destroying as far as possible all knowledge of God, crushing the spirit and free will of man,- eliminating family ties and influence, destroying morality, decency, integrity and those homely virtues of thrift, frugality and honest toil, yet we are far more deeply con- c"erned that communism and the other isms which would destroy our institutions, our schools, churches and our democratic principles of government shall not obtain a firm, foothold in America." "It is your responsibility," he pointed out to his audience, "to prevent this happening here, and, so far as I'm concerned, the Knights of Columbus -will continue to apply the entire, united strength of its membership to see that it doesn't happen here. Condemns Marx, Stalin Mr. Carmody condemned what he called the "godless philosophies of Marx and Stalin." "The crusade of the Knights of Columbus to combat these destructive philosophies," he said, "will be continued with augmented zeal and devotion, but to this there must also be added the corrective principles of Christian charity and Christian justice. There must now be promoted in pur councils and impressed upon bur mefnbers the five important principles of our Crusade for Christian Justice. These call for ' devotion to God and sanctification of self, for knowledge of the truths a'nd the faith we profess, lor ~ action in - imparting those truths and that faith to others, lor unity in the great crisis we are facing that there may be no divided' counsel, and for strength in numbers, and more in spirit, that we may stand unyielding, a mighty force for God and country." Injured When Airplane Fell CHARLES HANNA DIES AT HOME Swaledale Man, Flu Victim, to Be Buried Thursday Afternoon SWALEDALE -- Funeral services will be held at 2 o'clock on Thursday afternoon in the Baptist church for Charles Hanna, 69, who died at his home here of flu Tuesday night. The Rev. L. McCauley will officiate. He was preceded in death by his wife on March 25. Surviving are his two daughters, Mrs. Charles Crabb of Mason City, and Mrs. Harvey Polsdorfer of Swaledale, and one son, Andrew Hanna, of Swaledale. Mrs. Elston Unseld Funeral Held at Church of Christ N O R A S P R I N G S--Funeral services for Mrs. Elston Unseld, 32, were held Sunday afternoon at the Church of Christ in Nora Springs with the pastor, Stanley Haynes, officiating. Mrs. Henry Buckman and Mrs. Roy Kraupa sang, with Mrs. Carl Crowell as accompanist. Burial was in Park cemetery. She is survived by her husband, Elston Unseld, her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Scheffel, and sister, Velrria, of Nora Springs and h e r grandmother, Mrs. Etta Breakey, Nora Springs, and many other relatives and friends. 1860: The great rail-splitter: 1940: The great party-splitter.-Davenport Tiroes. PLAN SERVICES OF HEIKO STOHR Woden Man Dies of Heart Disease; Is Found Dead in Bed WODEN--Death came suddenly during the night Monday to Heiko Stohr who died of heart disease at the age of 60. He was found dead in his bed Tuesday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Stohr and family moved to Woden in 1921 where Mr. Stohr was in the implement business until a few years ago. Previous to moving here they lived on a farm northwest of town for many years. Surviving Mr. Stohr are his wife; a daughter, Mrs. John Osier- man, who lives near Woden, and .wo sons, August and Irwin at lome and three grandchildren. Also a brother, John Stohr of 3uffalo Center and a sister, Mrs. Enno Eden of near Clear Lake. Funeral services will be held Thursday afternoon at the Lutheran church northwest of Woden with the Hev. A. Killian officiating. . Comedy Scheduled in Scarville on May 12 SCARVILLE--The cast for the domestic comedy, "Simple Simon Simple," to be given May J2 by the Scarville high school seniors includes the following: Rueben Johnson, Elinor Oppedahl, Dorothy Bye, Lila Felland, Elvin Hagen Agnes Stalheim, James Rygh, Rosalie Hebel, Mildred Hovland and Raymond Dale. PLAN PARK FOR ALTA VISTANS Approval Given by Council to Purchase of 5 Acres of Land ALTA VISTA--Approval w a s given Monday night by the town council of the purchase o£ a five acre tract o£ land from Louis Wegner to be used for Municipal Park purposes. A committee comprising John Lauck, Adolf Alt, Joe Menges, Mrs. Harry Fichtel, Miss Ida Gardner and E. J. Weber was in charge of making the purchase and submitting a report of their actions at the meeting Monday night. The land purchased abuts the present municipal hall property and it will be generally agreed that the site is an ideal one for park purposes. GAVEL IS PRESENTED BRITT--Forty-one members of Lhe Rebekah lodge of Britt went to Kanawha Monday night taking the traveling gavel to be presented to the Kanawha lodge. Noble Grand Avis Swanson made the presentation. Weight for weight, dried fruits contain more minerals, especially iron, than fresh fruits. New Costume Jewelry $1.00 WATCHES fUonehorcCd DIAMONDS 3 West Slate limping painfully on crutches, Cap!. Paul Chemidlin, of the French air ministry, arrives at Newark by plane, He was the mysterious passenger injured when plane crashed in army test in California, revealing sale of planes to France, Music Mothers of Manly Plan Bake Sale on April 15 MANLY--The Manly Music Mothers held their monthly meeting Monday- evening at the schoolhouse with a large group present. A bake sale to be held on April 15 was decided on and the proceeds to go in the fund to pay expenses of contest. The next meeting will be the first Monday evening in May and election of offficers will be held. Home Demonstration Agent 111, Unable to Conduct Meetings HUTCH1NS -- Due to illness Mrs. Florence Zollinger Ferguson, home demonstration agent for Hancock county, will be unable to conduct the Achievement Day Help meetings as planned, according to word received from Mrs. L. F. Weaver, county home project chairman of Garner. The joint meeting of Boone and .Orthel townships originally scheduled for April 6 and later postponed until May 4, will be held on the later date as planned, however, with the township chairmen, Mrs. Hay Doughan and Mrs. Lyal Fox, in charge. Mrs. Weaver presided at a county committee meeting af the Farm Bureau office at Garner Saturday afternoon at which it was decided to go ahead with Achievement Day preparations, carrying out ideas and plans already formulated by Mrs. Ferguson. ' . Meffert Re-Elected as Superintendent of Allison School ALLISON--Holland Meffert has been re-elected as superintendent of the Allison public school for the coming year. Mrs. Bertha Varnum has been retained as home economics "teacher and Delmer Kingery and Gordon Cosner will again teach coaching and band, respectively. Miss Melinda Hantle- man was re-elected as third and fourth grade teacher. Board Picks Otranto Teachers for Year OTRANTO--The board of directors of the Otranto Consolidated schools have elected teachers for next year. All the present faculty were re-elected with the exception of Miss Helen Reuling, D. S. instructor, and Wilson Miller, high school instructor, who were not applicants for re-election. Union Services Are Conducted at Cresco CRESCO--The Rev. Charles Edwards, pastor of the Cresco Episcopal church, officiated at the opening service in his own church Monday evening, for the union of five churches in Passion week. With him on the platform were the pastors of the Baptist, Congregational, Evanglical and Methodist churches besides two retired ministers of other denominations. Meetings of Clubs Held in Residences GARNER--The Recital club met with Mrs. Charles Merten in their home Monday night. Mrs. I. C. Hastings conducted a study from the Atlantic Monthly. The Progressive club held its regular meeting Monday night with Carl Schneider. A book review of "A Wayfarer in Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania" by E. C. Davies was specially well given by Mrs. E. W. Bradwell. ATTEND FUNERAL KANAWHA--Mr. a n d M r s . Charles Brown attended the funeral of Mr. Brown's brother, Tom Brown, at Marysville, Sunday. PERSONAL Optical Service HEALTHY NORMAL EYES . . After the age of forty. Require glasses for Reading or close work M A C E S Smith Optical Co. Many Visitors at Manly for Weekend MANLY -- Mr. and Mrs. Gus Bortz and children of St. Paul, Minn., were weekend guests' at the K. W. Moore home. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Pappas of Clarksville were Sunday visitors at the home of Mrs. Gilbert McKercher. Mrs. Warren Lee of Clinton, Ind., Mr. and Mrs. Herman Rachut of Burt visited at the Emil Rachut home this weekend. Mrs. Lee, mother of Mrs. Rachut returned to her home Tuesday evening. Mrs. -Frank- V. Sweems and children returned Tuesday from a visit in Kansas City. Ed Clemenson of Inver Grove has been visiting friends in Manly this weekend. Algonan Enters Plea of Guilty to Charge ALGONA--Bernard S p e r a w, Algona, withdrew his plea of not guilty Tuesday morning before Judge F. C. Davidson of Emmetsburg and pleaded guilty to charges of larceny from a motor vehicle. 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