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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 16

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SIXTEEN MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, MAY 6 B§ 1936 S1ATJKJUW ___ . TT-V T^V A ~\ 7" GOVERNOR WILL REVIEW UNIVERSITY R. O. T. C. SATURDAY UOOAREIN MILITARY UNIT High Ranking Army Officers From Omaha Will Be U. Guests. IOWA CITY--Governor's day, an occasion exceeded in age only by commencement at the University of Iowa, will be observed Saturday as Gov. Clyde L. Herring reviews the R. 0. T. C. unit of some 1,400 students. It will be the fifty-fifth annual affair, and, replete with military pageantry, one of the most colorful events of the year. Herring to Be Honored. Governor Herring will be honored at an informal reception and luncheon between 11:15 a. m. and 1:45 p...m. At this affair, given by the military department, some 500 guests will represent university, State, military, and civil organizations. . Talks at the luncheon will be given by the governor and by Dr. Eugene A. Gilmore, president of the university. Col. George F. N. Dailey, head of the military department, is incharge of Governor's day ceremonies. High Officers Attend. High ranking United States army officers from seventh corps area headquarters in Omaha will be guests of the university. They include Maj. Gen. Frank C. Bolles, area commander, and Col. R. H. McMaster. The regimental review will occur on the parade ground between the stadium and fieldhouse beginning- at 2:15 p. m. During the ceremonies, victors in various types of military competition will receive their awards. NOAH NADEN OF OSACE IS DEAD Pioneer Resident Survivec by Widow and Four Children. OSAGE--Noah Naden, pioneer resident of this vicinity, died at 5 o'clock Wednesday morning following complications. Born May 3,1848, in Illinois, he came as a small boy to this vicinity with his parents. He was married Dec. 22, 1877, to Julia Sprague. They fanned for a while and 40 years ago moved to Osage Surviving are his wife and four children, Joe of Douglas, Kans., Mrs Pearl Sherwin of Winfield, Kans. Mrs. Maude Brown of Osage and Will of Webster City. To Open Shop at Algona. 1 ALGONA--A. E. Kresensky o Algona will open a ladies' and chli dren's exclusive shoe and hosierj shop May 8 in the building former ly occupied by the Holecek Radi shop. Mr. Kresensky has been, em ployed by the Goeders Departmen store for many years. The Geder store is in the hands of the recei- ers and is closing out. xHEREviM) THERE:-: Miscellaneous Items From 125 Globe-Gazette Correspondents in North Iowa and Minnesota POLICEMEN MAY GET JOBS BACK Called to Chicago. I LAKE MILLS--H. A. Cowles was ailed to Chicago Friday night due o the death of his father. Surprised by Sorosis. DUMONT--About 20 neighbors and friends of the U. B. Sorosis ame to the Mrs. Mary Davis home unday afternoon and surprised her is she returned from the home of er son, Howard, where she had been or a birthday dinner. Mrs. Davis was 82 and lived here about 64 ears. Mr. Davis died last fall at 90 ears. Mrs. Davis attends church wice each Sunday. Return From South. GRAFTON--Mr. and Mrs. Glen 3ringolf returned home Saturday rom a several weeks trip. They had been visiting in the southern states and at New Orleans. Leaves for Walker. THOMPSON--Mr. and Mrs. Adrain Austin left Sunday for Walker, tfinn., to operate a summer resort. Jlr. Austin was formerly manager of Brown, elevator. Visitor From Anies. MANLY--George Bockman, who is attending Iowa State college at Ames, spent the week-end at the iome of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bockman. Visitors From Minneapolis. ROCK FALLS--Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Cook of Minneapolis, were week- T 1 guests of Mrs. Cook's sister and )rother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. William tfaher. Visits With Parents. ROCK FALLS--Miss Carolyn Wilkinson, who is teaching at Orange township near Waterlooo, vis- ted her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R- V. Wilkinson. Grandfather Seriously IU. PLYMOUTH--George Seeley, Jr., drove to Ogden Sunday and brought iis sister, Miss Alice, home because 3f the serious illnes of their grandfather, G. B. Seeley, who is suffer- ng from a cerebral hemorrhage. Several Are Entertained. SWALEDALE--Miss Mildred Benson teacher in Franklin county spent the week-end with home folks and entertained the following Sunday: Mr. and Mrs. Dick Swieter and Robert of Geneva, Mrs. I. Tjarks of Ackley and Florence Swieter of owa Falls. Visit at Estherville. THOMPSON--Mrs. Anna Jensen's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Knute Op- leim and the former's sister, Miss Irene Opheim, spent Sunday with the former's cousin, Mr. and Mrs. George Kibbee at Estherville and also visited places where the storm of Thursday night had destroyed homes. Visit in Des Moines. THOMPSON--Fred Fraizer motored to Des Moines Saturday where he will attend to business and also visit his brother and family, Mr. and Mrs. Edd Fraizer. Mrs. Amos Recovers. MANLY--Belle Amos is able to he up and around again, after having been quite ill for the past few weeks Her daughter-in-law, Mrs. RC Amos of Des Moines, returned to her home, having been here to care | for her. Seeks State Office Mrs. Henry Wood of Moville is a. candidate for the republican nomination for secretary of state. Mrs. Wood, u-ho is a farm woman, declared she is interested in improving farm conditions and will also campaign for the welfare. o£ interests of women and children. MISSION CROUP HOLDS SESSION M. E. Churches in Northeast Iowa Send Delegates to Decorah. DECORAH--A missionary program for Methodist churches of northeastern Iowa was held Tuesday at the Methodist church in Decorah Registration was followed by greetings to the delegates by Mrs. M. D. Whitney of Decorah. Devotions were led by the Rev. Arthur C. Prust of Burr Oak. A study group in leadership training, under the direction of the Rev. Glen McMichael of Waucoma, and the Rev. Sandbach of Decorah, concluded the morning session. At noon a picnic lunch was served by the local ·ch. . le afternoon session, opened with devotions led by the Rev. George W. Turner of Monona, followed by a short talk by Mrs. Townsend of Decorah. A short program and demonstration by the Cresco Auxiliary, and a play by the Monona Missionary Society, made up the ·Teater part of the second session. "The Girls' Golden Year," by Mrs. Reginald Adams, preceded the closing announcements. Prize Winning Babies in'Merkel's Better Baby Contest Conducted by. Dr. C. M. Franchere ONE YEAR AND UNDER FIRST PRIZE--Phyllis Ann, age 5 months, 986%. Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Thrams, R. F. D., No. 1. . ' SECOND PRIZE--Belva Dawn, age 8 months, 97.9%. Daughter of Mr. and Mrs.. W! C. Rucker, 1704 S. Pennsylvania. THIRD PRIZE--Lucille Ann, age 11 months 97.8%. Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Popp, 811 llth street N. E. HONORABLE MENTION--Elaine Ives, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Ramsey. Shannon Lee, son of Mr and Mrs. Claude Johnson. Patricia Kaye, daughter of Mr and Mrs. J. E. Kudej.' Sharon Sue, daughter of Mr and Mrs R. J. Morris. Marsha Lee, daughter of Mr.'and Mrs. Herbert Kuhlemeier. Paul Robert, son of ·Mr. and Mrs. Mark Pirkl. Dolly Mae, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Determan. TWO YEARS AND UNDER FIRST PRIZE--Lois, age 15 months, 98.4%. Daughter of ' Mr.'and Mrs. G. Gooder, 310 South Kentucky. SECOND PRIZE--Beverly June, age 22 months, 98.3%. Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mark Mulhern, 830 Vz 15th street S. E. THIRD PRIZE--Dean Tracy, 18 months, 98.2%. Son of Mr.'and Mrs. A. Paste, 10 17th street N. E. HONORABLE MENTION--MaDona, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Winter. Doris Jean, daughter of Mr. and Mrs LeRoy Severe. Corinne, daughter of Mr. and Mrs Halger Carston. Nancy Lou, daughter of Mr. and" Mrs. Lyle King. Kay Ann, daughter of Mr. and Mrs A. W. Cinkle, Marrili Mae, daughter of Mr. and'Mrs. Max Rhode. Jeanyce, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Johnson. Reports are available if called for in our Baby Shop. Steel Remover From Eye. KENSETT--Ray Boutelle was injured when a piece of steel got in his eye while he was using an electric drill at the county shed Saturday. It was removed by a physician. Honored at Shower. THORNTON--Mrs. Esther Sorensen Will, whose marriage of last September was recently announced, was honored at a miscellaneous shower in the English Lutheran church Saturday evening. Daughter Is Born. GARNER--An 8% pound baby girl was born Tuesday to Mr. and Mrs. John Doll in .their home in northeast Garner. The Dolls have one other girl and three boys. Visits in Chicago. STACYYILLE--Ralph Green and Bud Hartnell accompanied two carloads of cattle to Chicago and will visit Wayne Limbert a few days while there. Hostess at Party. ' GORDONSVTLLE, Minn. -- Mrs. Jay Turbett entertained at May day party Tuesday afternoon at her home south of town. Taken to Rochester. GLENVILLE, Minn.--Mrs. Visitor From College. ROCK FALLS--Miss Mary Jane Bliem, who is working at the college at Ames, spent the week-end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Bliem. · Visit in Minneapolis. RAKE--Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Halvorson and son Harris, and Mr. and Mrs. Earnie Halvorson, visited at the Rasmus Oswald home in Minneapolis Sunday. Works in Minneapolis. BRISTOW--Ray Hass left Sunday for Minneapolis where'he will have charge of a group of men, who are employed in marking the 'highways. Are Parents of Son. RICEVILLE--A son was bom to Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Richmond Saturday. Are Parents of Son. RAKEI--A 10 pound son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Otto Sheldon, May 2 The entire family is recovering from scarlet fever and the home is still under quarantine. Leave for Ozarks. OSAGE --' Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Hill left Sunday on a trip through the Ozark mountains. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Taylor of Oskaloosa accompanied them. Were in Austin. BRADFORD---Mrs. John Buttjer and daughter, Irene; Mr. and Mrs. Ed Caton and Albert Cordes were in Austin Minn., last week, called there by the illness of the former's aunt. Visit in Colorado. KENSETT -- Mr. and Mrs. Joe Enerson and family left Friday for Denver, Colo., to visit relatives and friends. They expect to be there six weeks. Visits in Chicago. RICEVILLE--John Servoss spent the week-end in Chicago visiting his son Evard, who with a group from Radio City is singing a week's engagement at Chicago. Home From Beloit. RAKE--Marcella Benson, daughter of the Rev. and Mrs. T. H. Benson, arrived home after finishing the term as a teacher in the children's home at Beloit. Mother Dies in Waukon. GREENE--Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Mahnke took Gordon Goede to Waukon Sunday. He was called there bv the death of his mother,. Mrs. M. H. Goede who died Saturday night Prayer service was held at their home at Waukon Monday and the body taken to Jackson, Minn, for burial. Arrive From Chicago. WESLEY--Mrs. Oscar Erickson and son, Forrest, arrived in Wesley from their home in Chicago Saturday to visit her aunt, Miss Arabella McPherson until after school is out, to be here for the senior class activities, in which her daughter, Evelyn, is a graduate. Birthday Is Celebrated. HANLONTOWN -- Chris Schott celebrated.his birthday Sunday with a large group of relatives at his farm home for the event. Pallbearer at Des Moines. GARNER--Maurice Hanson, son of Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Hanson, went to Des Moines to serve as a pallbearer at the funeral of George Deskin with whom he worked in the receivership section of the state banking department a few years ago. Move Near Albert Lea. OTRANTO--Mrs. Jorgerson and Likely to Collect Back Pay as Result of Ruling on Graft Cases. SIOUX CITY, (JP)--Three Sioux City policemen who were discharged from the police force almost a year ago when they were indicted in connection with the Woodbury county graft investigation probably will be returned to duty as a result of the supreme court's action in dismissing the graft indictments. Chief of Police Chris N. Dahl announced that barring some unfor- seen development as soon as he had received notice officially of the supreme court's decision he would notify Nile V. Luke, John Diebert and Kirby that they had been reinstated The three officers were suspended May 17 on the basis of grand jury testimony in the graft investigation When the grand jury indicted them on June 13, they were discharged from the force. It is also probable, the chief said that the officers will be able to col lect from the city full pay for tin time they have been off duty. Back pay for nearly a year would amoun to about $1,700 for each of the men. Auxiliary at Gamer Entertains Children After Flag Code Tests GARNER--The Gifford Olson unit f the American Legion auxiliary ntertained 85 grade school children Saturday afternoon. These children lad passed an examination in "The Hag Code" on the history and ett- [uette of the flag. Thirteen others who had passed the examination were unable.to be resent. This course of study of the American flag was introduced this Chinese Missionary Is Guest at Nora Springs NORA SPRINGS -- Mrs. C. B Wahl, a missionary in China for 2 years, was a guest at the home o her sister-in-law, Mrs. J. M. Krafft She spoke at the group rally o missions held here at the Evangel! cal church with about 60 in atten dance, from other towns. Mrs. Wah will return to China in the fall, tak ing two of her children with her and leaving two children with rela lives at Cedar Falls to attend schoo C. B. Wahl, brother of Mrs. Kraff died in China a year ago last March year as a part of the general Americanism program designed to promote an informal patriotism among the children. The Garner unit distributed 1000 flag codes and also other material. This work was under the direction of Mrs. Mae Strate, chairman of the committee on Americanism and national defense. Sentenced on Check Charge. ALGONA--Kelaey Burtis, Algona was given a 10 day jail sentence, eight of which were suspended on payments of costs on bad check charges by Justice Danson. Swaledale Seniors to Present Play 2 Nights SWALBDALE--Swaledale senior class will present the play, "Campus Quarantine," a comedy in three acta by Robert Ray, in the. Swaledale high school gymnasium, Thursday, May 7 and Friday, May 8, directed by Reva McNabb. The cast includes Lucille Krause, Georgia Cable, Mm- nie Hess, Anne Penny, Lucille Finnegan, Leota Hunt, Delbert Raw- sen, Alvin Hobbiebrunken, Merl Taylor, Glenn Eddy, Cato Lundt and Harold Kuhn. DARING ARTISTE. Vera Kimris (behui) has found the way to case the strain on digestion of her daring, breathtaking act! "Thanks to Camel's action in stimulating digestion," she says,"Ialways getmote enjoymentom my food." "CAMELS are a brigat spot even on the most trying days of housework," says Mrs. Frank Smith. Enjoy Camels-for their matchless flavor -remarkable mildness-and aid to digestion! Ed Weineth, who has been in poor health for some time, was taken to Rochester Sunday for treatment. Attend State Convention. LIME SPRINGS--Dr. and Mrs. S R. Jones motored to Des Moines where. Dr. Jones will attend a dental convention. They were accompanied by Mrs. Sally Haven who will visit her parents at Minburn. Shipped to Chicago. KENSETT--The Lestrud Brothers and Ole O. Moen, farmers from west of here, shipped two carload of cattle to Chicago Monday. Are Parents of Son. GLENVILLE, Minn.--A son was born Saturday to Mr. and Mrs. Willard Young. This makes three children in the family. The other two are girls. Visitors From Illinois. GRAFTON--Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Behnke and daughters, Grace and Alice, Arthur Behnke of Hamilton, family who have been living on the Corbin acreage east of town the past month moved to a farm near Albert Lea. Visit at Lake Wilson. RAKE--Benone Erdahl, accompanied by his sister, Mrs. Martha Stokes of St. Paul, is visiting their brother, Iver and Oscar Erdahl at Lake Wilson, Minn. Are Parents of Son. GARNER--A seven pound baby boy was born Saturday to Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Hejlik. This is their first child. Mrs. Hejlik was Helen Walrod of Clear Lake before her marriage. Beturos from Owatonna. FERTILE--Mrs. George Hall returned home Sunday after visiting 10 days with her husband's parents at Owatonna, Minn. Miss Dorothy Hall, a sister of Mr. Hall and f nend, Rose Rishavy ( returned here with Mrs. Hall for a. two weeks' visit. Ill With Scarlet Fever. ROCK FALLS--Warren Duff, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. Winifred Duff, is confined to his home west of town with scarlet fever. Class Elects Officers. ST. ANSGAR--The Elizabeth Rossiter Sunday 'school class was entertained at the Rev. Mr. Allshouse home Monday evening. Election of officers was held with following results: Mrs. Norval Hendrickson, president; Mrs. R. L. Valentine, vice president; Miss Flossie Dodge, secretary, and Mrs. E. I/. Hansen, treasurer. Will Remodel Home. GARNER--Mrs. J. E. Wichman is here after spending the winter in the homes of her daughters, Mrs. Lois Fenton. in Clinton and Mrs. Charlotte Hindt in Rock Rapids. Mrs. Wichman plans to remodel Eat up distance, but iutt your bearings Get alloyed oil... and you'll get the difference El. George Behnke of Wayland, Mo., and Mrs. Edna Star of Ferris, 111., spent the week-end at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Artzberger. They came to attend the funeral of Mrs. Artzberger's aged brother, Edward Behnke, whose funeral was held Saturday at Plymouth. 4 Arc Reported 111. a home she owns, now occupied by Ericksons and use it for a permanent home. Move to Waterloo. WESLEY--Mr. and Mrs. G. F. plummer and family have moved their household goods to Waterloo where they are making their home. While here they occupied the T. P. Doerr residence and he worked at Ask your wife: The least little heat makes smoke out of some of the oily substances she puts in her frying pan. They'vanish double quick, while others stay put. That's the sort of difference your hilliest hot-weather drive will show you in Germ Processed, the alloyed oil. Patented. It not only stays up around "Full," but stays right up in every working surface of your engine. Yes, the pistons, cylinders, valve gear, and any types of bearings ever used, can really take in this alloyed oil. You might say they become lastingly, smoothly "oil-glazed." And you can see that this added sleek oil-surfacing, together with the high-durability Germ Processed oil-film, easily doubles your guard against summer grief. Now when you want to go farthest fastest, get Conoco Germ Processed oil-the alloyed oil. Continental Oil Company. t /MU *ve|ju*«*w -»"» i --···«*·- ---· PLYMOUTH Four old settlers the blacksmith trade. are reported quite ill at their homes here, Mrs. S. M. Hart, J. C. Hugi, George E. Seeley in town and Joseph Vikturck, two miles north- cast. : uien*f*-Ji«.u« nt**-« Visits Parents at Brownsdalc. OTRANTO--The Nels Gordon family spent Saturday and Sunday at the parental James Clayton home near Brownsdale, Minn. CONOCO GERM PROCESSED OIL Drive to Texas Centenniai-this year's greatest show. Open June 6. 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