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April 5, 1939

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 4

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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE APRH, 5 , 1939 11 TOWNSHIPS TO PARTICIPATE Mrs. Sarah Porter Ellis of Ames to Pick Best Exhibits ALLISON -- Farm women of Butler county are planning a public home economics exhibit and program at the Legion hall in Allison on Wednesday, April 12, to mark the close of their home project study on "Family Good Times. 1 Each ol the 11 townships participating in the home economics program will plan a booth exhibit demonstrating some a p p r o v e d home making practice studied during the year. This will be scored by Mrs. Sarah Porter Ellis, state home demonstration leader from the I. S. C. extension service. The exhibits to be shown at state fair this fall will be chosen at this time. A luncheon will be served at noon. Featured on the afternoon program will be the township selections consisting of playlets, demonstrations and music. A music recognition test will be given for the women who have studied "Half Hours From Famous Operas," during the past year. Township groups will take part in a song memory contest based on the music project. A county booth will be prepared under the direction of Mrs. W. B. Ufford, county home project chairman. Committees in charge of plans are: Music, Dayton township; registration, Coldwater township; hostess, Bennezette and Jefferson townships; room, Shell R o c k township. Decorah Township Couple Celebrates 48 Years Marriage DECORAH--Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Voegeding of Decorah township celebrated their 48th wedding anniversary Saturday by entertaining 50 friends arid relatives at dinner, a number of guests in the aiternoon and 20 young people during the evening. The Voeged- ings. were the parents of three daughters and a son, Harold, who died at the age of 23. Missouri, bee keepers are wor- .ried lest the people of the nation have lost-'their "sweet tooth." Demand for honey, has declined and one of the best"of honey producing seasons is in prospect. To Preside at Clarion Court CLARION--The April term of the Wright county district court will convene April 11 with Judge T. G. Garfield presiding-. The petit jury Is called for April 17. The bar docket lists 16 cases noted for trial of which 12 are equity and 4 are law cases There are 128 old cases pending and 22 new cases. Two criminal cases are listed and 7 widow's pension cases. FUNERAL HELD FORARTHANNA Farmer in Woden Vicinity Dies at Home of Pneumonia WODEN--Funeral services were leld Wednesday afternoon for Art ianna, farmer living north of Woden, who died Sunday evening at 7 o'clock following a three weeks' illness of pneumonia. Serv- ces were held at the Grant Nor- vegian church at 1:30 o'clock vith the Rev. Gjerde of Elmore n charge. Mr. Harma is the son of Mrs. K. r. Harma and he is survived by his wife, two daughters, Marjorie and Gloria, and an infant son, Arden. Besides his mother he is also survived by two sisters, Mrs. Clarence Hall of Miller and Mrs. Ma- ael Anderson of-Badger. His father preceded him in 'death a few yearns ago. ON APRIL 12 TWO INJURED AS GAR OVERTURNS Dumont Editor and Family Involved In Grundy Center Wreck DUMONT--While taking their daughter, Miss Miriam Hough, back to her duties as student nurse ?» l t e Dea cormess hospital at Marshalltown Sunday, Orville Hough, editor of the Dumont Journal, and.family, were involved in an auto accident. Mr. Hough was driving and in passing another car going the same direction near Grundy Center, they sideswipped, throwing the Hough car end over and landed in the ditch. The front of the car was badly damaged and the occupants shaken up. Mrs. Hough received a cut on her left wrist which required seven stitches at the Marshallio\vn hospital where they were taken by passing motorists. A son, Willie was cut on the left hip and his left leg bruised. Mrs. Hough will remain at the hospital a few days. The other car, driven by a farm woman from Grundy Center, was not damaged. Ralph McCord, Once of Hampton, Dies at Monroeville, Ohio HAMPTON--Word was received here of the death of Ralph McCord, 54, formerly of Hsmpton- which occurred Friday at his home at Monroeville, Ohio, after a two weeks' illness of heart disease He was the son of Mrs. Julia McCord of Hampton and was born and reared here. Surviving are his wife and four children; his mother, a sister, Mrs. O. T. Nolte of Harmony, Minn and two brothers, I. C:, of Albert ^ea, Minn., and C. L., of Laurel Mont. A brother, Will, died six weeks ago. Plans Made to Give Easter Cantata, in Crystal Lake Church CRYSTAL LAKE -- An Easter cantata, "The Glory of the Cross," will be presented Easter Sunday morning at the Upper Flat church. Those taking part are Mrs. Alvin Matson. 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You sit naturally. ©Your Champion's safety steel doors shuMight without slamming--This Champion has Hancock rotary door latches that close with a finger touch and shut more tightly as car moves. ©You get lha extra night safety of wide ranga headlamps that arc faired into this Champion's fenders and give you an extra margin of width for oa- eoming cars to steer clear of. ©You steer ond shift gear* more safely--Nocrtracharge for Studebafccr's exclusive fast-action dual-range steering and Stude- bakcr'a nswclear-of-thc-floor steering wheel gear shift lever. Come io today! See this oenr Studcbakcr Champion, Low down payment-easy C. I. T. NORTH IOWA MOTOR CO. 520 North Federal Are. Mason City, Iowa Rites for New Hampton Druggist to Be Thursday f\] , i n i J Olmsted Served as Chickasaw County's Treasurer 4 Years NEW HAMPTON -- F u n e r a l services for E. N. ermsted, 84, New Hampton druggist for 61 years, will be held Thursday at 3 p. m. at the Perry chapel with the Kev. W. D. Spiker, pastor of the Congregational church, officiating. Mr. Olmsted died Tuesday morning from complications. Four weeks ago he underwent a major operation in a Rochester, Minn., hospital. He attended the Bradford academy near Nashua and the Physicians and Surgeons college at Keokuk. In 1877 he joined the drug firm of W. G. Gardner and it was changed to W. G. Gardner and company. In 1890 the firm changed its name to Olmsted and Gardner, the oldest business firm* operated by the same members, in New Hampton. He was formerly a member of the Knights of Pythias. From 1913 until 1917 he served as Chickasaw county treasurer. Surviving are his widow; one son, H. H. Olmsted of Waterloo. Burial will be in the Graceland cemetery. New Hampton business houses will be closed during the N. OLMSTED ' services. derbliigh and Mrs. Joe Mikkleson. The quartet, Alvin Matson, Alberta Matson, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Olson, will sing the hymns. HOLDliTESlF GENEVA WOMAN Burial for Mrs. Harry Stevenson Made at Liscomb GENEVA--Mrs. Harry Stevenson died Monday evening. She is survived by her husband and son, Kenneth, o£ Geneva and by two brothers, George and Edwin of Geneva, and three sisters, Mrs. Laura Otis! Hoquam, Wis., Mrs. Gus Boughtin, Spokane Wash., and Mrs. Delia Russell, Vancouver, British Columbia. There was a brief prayer service at 10 o'clock Wednesday, after which the body was taken to Lecomb for services and burial. Pallbearers were R. A. Waddington, Frank Davenport, W. F Baurer, Charles Roegner, A. E. pi Gillette, Glenn Stoddard, all of feneva. Kenneth Goodrich Speaker at Nashua Meeting of Lions NASHUA--The district governor of Lions International, Kenneth Goodrich, Boone, addressed the regular meeting of the Nashua Lions at a ^banquet at Steelo's Cafe Mondny- evening. Other addresses were by Mr. Kahili of the Rath Packing company. Waterloo, and Cairoll Anderson, Boone. Roy Milligan, former president of the club, now employed as a junior custodian' in the federal penitentiary at Fort Leavenworth, Kans was a guest. Freeman Re-Elected Head of Association ALGONA--At the annual meeting of the Algona Cemetery association held Monday afternoon at the Kossuth Mutual Insurance office, W. H. Freeman was reelected president; M- P. Weaver vice president; D. D. Paxson, secretary-treasurer, and H. E. Bruns superintendent. C. E. Chubb was elected to succeed himself for a three year term as trustee. Steady improvement is being made at the Riverview cemetery. Elma Man Purchases Alta Vista Buildina O ALTA VISTA -- Virgil Kirma- mon of Elma purchased the Joe Hoverman building here. This building is occupied by the Peoples Tavern and by the Reinhart Service Station. According to the transaction Mr. Kinnamon will obtain immediate possession. MEET ON THURSDAY CRYSTAL LAKE--Mrs. Hans Mortensen and Mrs. Robert Kellogg will be hostess lor the Ladies Aid \vhich will meet Thursday afternoon in the church basement. SUFFERS BROKEN ARM STACYVILLE-Merle Loney of. me Little Cedar Creamery suffered a broken arm Saturday" while adjusting a butter churn. RICHARDS DIES INOSAGEHOME 82 Year Old Man Former Resident of Nashua Vicinity OSAGE--John A. Hichards, 82, died Tuesday afternoon at the home 6£ his daughter. Mrs. C. E. Juhl, where he has made his home the past two years. Born May 12, 1856, near Quincy, 111., he came to Nashua in 1900 and made his home there. His wife died in 1929. Surviving are four daughters and three sons, Mrs. Juhl of Osage, Mrs. Walter Willey of Sib- LUVERNE--The regular meeting of the cemetery association will be held at the community hall Thursday afternoon of this week with the following hostesses, Mrs Bernard Wolf,' Mrs. Irvin Chapman and Mrs. Ed Hof. Will Give Sermon on Thursday Night CRYSTAL LAKE -- The Rev. Vliriam Hotchkiss will preach a Good Friday sermon centering iround the crucifixion on Thursday night in-the local Methodist church. The Junior choir will Airnish the singing. Mrs. Irving Martin of Estherville" Claude of North Dakota, Frank of Nashua and George of Waterloo, and two brothers, Will of Independence, Mo., and Jo of Ferris, Third Annual Easter Cantata for Greene Is Planned Sunday .GREENE--The local Lutheran church will present its third annual Easter cantata Sunday night at the church. The choir group consists of 30 members with the pastor, the Rev. E. A. Bischoff as director and Miss Freda Maass, pianist. The cantata, "The Resurrection Hope," by Carie H. Adams, consists of 13 numbers including choir, solo, duet, quartet,'chorale and chorus numbers and soloists are Miss Collson Kollman, soprano; Mrs. E. J. Koester, alto; E. J. Koester, and Marvin Kollman, tenors; and .L. Guenther and Wilbur Maass, basses. Couple Married 25 Years Honored by Friends at Dinner FOREST CITY--Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Ransom, Dr. and Mrs. E. W Alder and Mr. and Mrs. C. w' Stevenson helped Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Dunn celebrate their silver wedding anniversary Monday evening. The wedding date falls on Easter this year, so the observance was held early. A dinner was enjoyed in Mason City after which the group attended the movies. The honorees were presented with a gift appropriate for the occasion. Mrs. Arthur Johnson Services Are Held NASHUA--Mrs. Arthur Johnson died Monday from the in- firmaties of old age. She was married to Arthur Johnson 59 years ago, and had lived in the same house from the time of her marriage until her death. She is survived by her husband, and two sisters, Mrs. Emma Neighbor, Pasadena, Cal, and Mrs. Hettie Lacey, Chicago, III. Her nephew, Alton Boyer and vyife of Chicago, and niece, Mrs. Omro Horton of Pittsburgh, Pa., attended the funeral, the latter coming by airplane to Chicago. The funeral was held Wednesday. Spring Vacation to Begin on Thursday CRYSTAL LAKE--The Crystal consolidated school will close Thursday night and the following teachers will leave for their homes for Easter: Glen Schally at Marathon; Rheon Zack at Mason City; Alice McGuire, Forest City; Ethel Schmidt, Garnavillo; Gyla Shriner, Rolfe, and Lois Blattspeiler. Manly. Legion Auxiliary to Meet in Wesley Home WESLEY--Mrs. Robert Welter and Mrs. George Vitzthum as co- hostess will entertain the American Legion Auxiliary group at its regular carpet sewing and radio party m the former's home Wednesday afternoon, April 12 MASON GITYAN HURT IN WRECK Mrs. R. J: Feagin Suffers Bruised Hip in Hampton Accident HAMPTON--Mrs. R. J. Feagin of Mason City suffered a bruised hip Monday evening when the car in which she was riding, driven by her husband, collided with a car driven by Fred H. J. EUing of near Hampton. Mrs. Eliing, riding with her husband, suffered a bruised knee. The accident occurred on the S curve near the viaduct west of Hampton on highway 10. Feagin, traveling east, had made the first part of the curve when his car skidded and the rear end struck ^ the front of Elling's car. Feagin s son and daughter-in-law were also in his car. emetery Group id lather at Luverrie Joins I. D. P. A. News Division Robert Jarnagin, 22, of Peterson (above), h a s succeeded* Robert Bliss of Ames in the aews bureau division of the Iowa' Daily Press association. Bliss resigned to accept a position with the Consumers Cooperative association of Kansas City, Mo. (Iowa Daily Press photo.) . Fenfon Society to Convene on Thursday FENTON -- The Woman's Foreign Missionary society meets Thursday in the church parlors. Leaders are Mrs. J. A. Mueller and Mrs.'Art Voight. ,The lesson wilr be on '-'Christian Education in India." Hostesses are Mrs. -J. .A.- Mueller, Mrs. Fred Brown and Mrs. W. P. Weisbrod. . " · '. ELLEN LARSEN SERVICES HELD Decorah Woman Was Operator of Lyric Theater 25 Years DECORAH -- Funeral sen-ices were held Sunday for Miss Ellen Larsen, 69, manager of the Lyric theater, who died Friday morning at her apartment on Water street, where she made her home with her sister, Sarah. The' services were held in the United Lutheran church, with the Rev. O. · Glesne officiating. Burial was made in the Lutheran cemetery. Miss Larsen was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Iver Larsen, the former a pioneer .clothing merchant of Decorah. Se was born in Decorah and spent almost her entire life in this vicinity. For nearly 25 years she operated and managed the Lyric theater, with the help of her sister, Sarah. The following sisters survive: Mrs. C, W. Tullock, Minneapolis, and Miss Sarah, of Decorah. A brother, Dr. Wallace Larsen, died this year. Kanawha Society to Gather on Thursday KANAWHA -- The Ladies Aid society of the Kanawha Lutheran church will meet Thursday afternoon at the church with Mrs. Elmer Anderson, Mrs. Joe Anderson and Mrs. Melvin Thompson as hostesses, - AID WILL MEET = LIME SPRINGS --.Mrs!' Nels Larsen, east of town,'will entertain the Bonair Ladies Aid at her home Thursday. WARDS in Time for Easter! MEN'S BOYS' SUITS tirriifed O u a n t i t l e s ! ATI P r i c e s S l a s h e d ! Men's 19.75 Suits Just 45 a I- fhis price . . . while they lost . . . Reduced to .save you money right in time for Easter! Every suit comes from Wards regular stock--no "special buys" pad the assortment! Sport backs, plain backs, single and double breasted models in rich ALL-WOOL fabrics! Smart patterns! But not every sire So HURRY to Wards ... . and Save! Men's 16.75 Suits Just 28 at this price! While they last! 14 .77 .Longer-wearing fabrics! Careful tailoring! 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