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April 5, 1939

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 12

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12 HERE and THERE Interesting Items From 125 News Correspondents Throughout North Iowa and Southern Minnesota MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE . WEDNESDAY, APRIL 5, 1939 At Parental Home BURT -- Lorena Sehwietert, Mason City, and Helen Schwietert, Des Moines, spent the weekend with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. \V. H. Schwietert. Enters Navy LAKE MILLS -- Arthur Olson, son o£ Mr. and Mrs. Christ Olson, left Monday for the Great Lakes Naval station where he will be In training. On Vacation Visit MILLER -- Selmer Norland is spending the spring vacation at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chris Norland. Selmer is 1 teaching history this year in St Charles, Minn., high school. Visitors at Kensett KENSETT--Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Otasted entertained the following at their home here Saturday and Sunday: Mr. and Mrs. Joe Gilbertson of Steamboat Hock, and Mr. and Mrs. William Babe and son, Richard, o£ Millbank, S. Dak. Visit at Story City BUFFALO CENTER--Mr. and Mrs. Levi Durby spent Sunday at Story City with her father, Mr. Rognehaugh, who was 84 years old that day. Home on Furlough DOUGHERTY--Donald Logan, son of Mr. and Mrs. Mel Logan, came Saturday for a two weeks' furlough from the Great Lakes naval station. Visitors at Corwith CORWITH -- Betty Scace and her roommate, Fern Steffins, of Laurens, students at the American Institute of Business in Des Moines, spent the weekend at the Scace home. Paul Beckman, instructor in the Manchester schools, and Ardelle Hauptman of' the Fort Dodge Beauty Academy were at home over the weekend. Weekend at Burt BUHT--Mrs. D, A. Chittenden and daughter, Phebe, Waverly, spent the weekend at the Dr. R. H! Thompson home. Go to Chicago CHESTER -- Walter Mahoney and Lee Maura- went to Chicago Sunday with a truck load of cattle for W. J. Armstrong. On Weekend Visit ALEXANDER--Mr. and Mrs Will Tinkey and children, Loren Delbert and Jolene, left Saturday morning for an over Sunday visit with relatives at Guttenburg Osterdock, and West Union returning home Sunday evening Visits at Golflfield GOLDFIELD--Robert Rickard of Cedar Rapids is visiting friends in this vicinity. * Is Bradford Visitor BRADFORD--Marshall Newton or,Ames spent.the -weekend -,vith his parents,-. Mr.:-and-,Mrs. George Newton. . . , "^' s-. : ,.;- ?To Halchinson, Minn. LEDYAKD -- Mary ; Ellen and Patty McDonald accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bower to Hutchinson, Minn., where she spent the weekend with their aunt, Mrs. John Kennedy. To Parkers j?rairie CHESTER--Mr. and'Mrs. Clyde Swancutt and daughter of Rice- villc, and Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Armstrong, left Chester early ·Sunday morning on a two days' visit with relatives at Parkers Prairie, Minn. Visitors at Burt BURT--Mr. and Mrs. Dili-ward Moore and family, Cedar Rapids, spent the weekend with Mr. Moore's parents, Mr. and Mrs Paul Moore. Return to Purdin, Mo. LAKOTA -- Raymond McCoy and Earnest Billings of Purdin, Mo., left on Monday after spending the weekend at the Wade Ball home. Is From Minneapolis ORCHARD--Herbert Wellington of Minneapolis spent several days last week with his. father, Byron Mellington, and sister, Hazel. Go to Minneapolis FENTON--Mr. and Mrs. Hil bert Hantelman and children drove to Minneapolis Sunday morning. They were accompanied by Mrs. Hantelman's mother, Mrs. William Schneewind. who has been visiting here the past week. Goes to PrescoU CORWITH--Mrs. Mayme Severns went to Prescott Saturday to make an extended visit with her daughter, Mrs. Jess Brandt, and family. Return from Waverjy RUED--Mr. and Mrs. Herman Bortz have returned to their home after visiting at the Fred Bort? home at Waverly during the winter. Visits in Cliioaeo DOUGHERTY -- Mr. and Mrs John Mullin spent several days in Chicago with the latter's mother Mrs. Mary Orsmby, who has nol been so well. Go to Excelsior Springs STILSON--Harold Schwab ana Lloyd Peterson, went to Excelsior Springs Saturday. Are Hulchins Visitors HUTCHINS--Recent guests in the Leo Sankey home include Mr Sankey's parents, Mr. and Mrs. R H. Sankey of Luverne; his brother Delbert Sankey, Mrs. Sankey Bruce and Eugene of Garner; am Mrs. Sankey's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wagner Gordon and Dale of Lonerock. Transacts Business DOUGHERTY -- Fred Ginapp vas a business caller in Des Moines last Thursday. Are From Hopkins, Utinn. CORWITH--Mr. and Mrs. Milon Escher of Hopkins, Minn., pent the weekend with his mother, Mrs. Joe Escher, and his ister, Mrs. Lydia Skelly. Returns From Troy CHESTER--A. H. Barrett re- urned last week from Troy, Iowa, -'here he has spent most of the ·inter at the home of his son, Vir_il Barrett, coach and music director in the Troy consolidated chool. At Parental Home DENTIST PRACTICE LfMITED TcT PLATE WORK IB FIRST ST CEDAR RAPIDS SOUTH EAST OES MOINES MASON CITY SIOUX CITY .Go to Rochester, Minn. LEDYARD -- Mrs. William -arry and her brother, Lawrence Walsh drove to Rochester, Minn. :o bring home their mother, Mrs Mrs. Catherine Walsh who has been visiting at Rochester for the past two months. Returns to School CHESTER -- Vernon WolthofE ·eturned Monday to Dubuque uni- .·ersity after spending a week's ,'acation at home. . Visitors at Garner GARNER-- Supt. and Mrs. J. R. Mounce and sons of Jefferson ?ame Monday to spend three days ivith friends here. Mr. Mounce ivas superintendent of schools CHAPIN-Mr. and Mrs. Dwight hprp £v P f TM, ^ ', ° f SCh u° OlS ugan of Ces Moines spent the ^m^ T 7 % Ot ye ? K ' hav ' rents. Mr. ' ng _ : ^ ved _ to ..^ efferson to accept Dugan of Ces veekend with her parents, md Mrs. John Thines. Visitors at Dows - DOWS--Mr. and Mrs. Wade Vorhies and Geraldine Parkinson of Ottumwa, visited Monday in the 3r. Fred Pierce and George Fark- nson homes. Visitors From Carroll GOLDFIELD--Mrs. L. L. 'Aiken, Mrs. Bob Aiken and daughter of Carroll, visited at the Clifford Olon and Olen Klinger homes on Monday. Arrives From Kansas LAKOTA--Edgar Ball of the Veterans hospital at Wadsworth, fans., arrived here on Saturday or a visit at the home of his brother. Wade Ball. Returns to California RUDD--Mrs. Winifred Hard- nan left Sunday for her home in San Jose, Cal., after a visit with her mother, Mrs. Celia Wood who s ill. Home Prom Far West AREDALE--William Pell, who jpent the winter in California, returned home Monday. Visitors From St. Paul CHESTER--Mr. and Mrs. Marin Reitz and two children of St. 'aul were Sunday guests at the lareiital, H. W. Larson, home. Return From Florida WESLEY--Mr. and Mrs. R. B. lopkins have- returned from a month's trip to Florida. Mr. Hop;ins, returned to his duties as itation agent at the Milwaukee depot here Tuesday morning. Parents of Girl KANAWHA--Mr., and Mrs. Clifford Jordanger are the parents of a 7% pound girl born Thursday,March 30. Visit at Cedar Rapids MITCHELL--Mr. and Mrs. Tver ftedermanson spent Sunday in Cedar Rapids visiting her brother, Alvin Schulto who has been ill. Visit at Hammond, Ind. DOtJGHERTY-- Mrs. E. G. Dougherty j and son, Clark, are visiting relatives: in Hammond, , Visit at Des Moines CORWITH -- Mrs. S h e l b y Stephens and children, Jimmie and Bobbie, Wilma Stephens and Mr. and Mrs: Charles Hamrn drove o Des Moines Sunday to visit Shelby Stephens and Garfield louge who are patients at the Veterans' hospital there. Returns From California BURT--Mrs. C. C. Smith re- .urned Sunday from - a several months' visit with her sons al Ventura and Glendale, Cal. She also visited relatives in Los An- ;eles. Hospital Notes DOWS--J. M. State took Mrs. state to the Lutheran hospital a1 Hampton Sunday afternoon for ireatment as she .was suffering with pneumonia. Mrs. Susie K Denger returned from the same lospital last Saturday where she was treated for pleurisy anc ihreatened pneumonia. Mrs. J. I. Knox returned home Sunday after several weeks at Iowa Falls where she was treated in the Ellsworth lospital and in the home of her daughter and husband, Mr. anc Mrs. U. H. Walsh. Home From Hospital CORWITH--Miss Carrie Sutcliffe returned Saturday from the University hospital in Iowa City where she had received treatment lor a week. - Visit at Dougherty DOUGHERTY--Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Olson of Minneapolis is visiting at the Fat Boyle home this week. Visit at Blue Earth, Jlinn. BUFFALO CENTER--Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Weaver vacated the house they recently sold to C. G. Pritchard and Mrs. Weaver and son are visiting relatives in Blue Earth, Minn. Returns to School KANAWHA--Syrus Tande returned to the University of Minnesota Saturday following a week's vacation at the home of his parents. Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Tande. Vic Blomgren, Jr., returned Sunday to the Mason City junior college following a week's visit with his parents, Ml-, and Mrs. V. A. Blomgren. Returns to Orchard ORCHARD -- Robert Kruger, who has spent four years with the CCC camp at Decorah, returned home Saturday to remain with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kruger. Shipped From Texas MITCHELL--About 120 head of young cattle were shipped here by train from Amarillo, Tex., to be placed on the Frank West farm. On Vacation Visit D O U G H E R T Y -- Vincent Sweeney, who is attending business college in St. Paul, came Saturday for a week's vacation at the home of his mother, Mrs. Anne Sweeney. Visitors From Texas . 5 ENTON--Herman Schulenburg j and daughter. Elsie, of Dallas, Tex., arrived here Sunday night for an extended visit at the home it Mrs. Kate Menz and with other 'elatives. Mrs. Menz is a sister of I Mr. Schulenburg. similar position two years ago. Visitors From Illinois CORWITH-- Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Perkins and daughter, Evelyn of Blqomington, 111., came Sunday to visit Mrs. Perkins' father, Nick Kelch, who is ill at his home southwest of Corwith. Visit at St. Paul ORCHARD-- Mrs. Eno Onken and mother, Mrs. John Rademaker of Floyd, went to St. Paul to visit their- sister and daughter, Mrs. Alvena Kohler. Reiurns to Hake RAKE-- R. A. Oswald, who spent the winter with his son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs Rasmus Oswald, at Anoka, Minn , returned to Rake Saturday. At Parental Home BUFFALO CENTER-- Miss Carrie Larson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.Fred Larson of Kansas City spent Saturday night at her parents' home here. Visitor at Kensett KENSETT-- Lynn Blaker of Minneapolis arrived Saturday for a few days stay with relatives and friends. Visit at Lawlcr MILLER-- Mr.' and Mrs. R A Schott and family, accompanied by Miss Irene Nonnweiler spent Monday with friends in Lawler. Visitors From LeMars SWALEDALE-- Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Paulun and two sons- of Le Mars, visited Mr. and Mr* C Ulmm and family. Visits at Chap in CHAPIN-^Faye Barney of Fairfield spent the weekend here at the home of his brother C H Barney, and with his mother, Mrs! W. B. Barney, Sr. Visitor in Chicago BRADFORD -- Mrs. Fred St. George left Saturday for Chicago where she will visit her sister, Mrs. Ross Spicker, for a week or 10 days. Goes to O!in LEDYARD -- Elvin Carpenter drove to Olin Saturday to get his wife and son, Daniel, who have been visiting there. Home From Hopkins STILSON-- Mrs. E. R. Jeffords came home with 'her parents from Hopkins, Minn., Saturday. On Business Trip DOUGHERTY-Mr. and Mrs. "~-». 4. ^ .,*, . rtiiu 1H15 W. F. Conners made a business trip to^Iowa City last Wednesday. Would Pension Army Mules Life lingers for 27 year old Possum, one of nine army mules reprieved from death, to the relief of Private Georee Bellum ot Fort BIX, N, J. Legislation is sought amending army'rulc providing death for .mules no longer useful. ATTEND LUNCHEON FENTON--Mrs. E. C. Weisbrod and Mrs. Don Weisbrod attended a luncheon at the hotel in Burt on Tuesday. How foolish to have enemies when it is just as easy to make them friends by deciding that their beliefs and affairs are none of your business.--Kewanee Star- Courier. \\ IV^ » · Deluded WrthvouvP^ o\ other L """"'"'"·''''···'···········i^^^ - ^_^,^^^^_^^^ o · ^^^""^^^ H ^I Spring Fashion Demonstration FRIDAY AND SATURDAY! Featuring the New 4 Inch "Sta-Up-Top" Le Gant Girdle The beauty of this girdle is that it flattens your diaphragm and gives j-ou that tiny, wasp waist of the coming season! The "Sta-Up-Top" ·won't roll or ride up either! 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Thirty- three per cent were opposed, while 22 per cent were non-committal. The agriculture division topped the list of colleges represented in. the poll with 45 per cent o£ the students in favor of the program. Engineers voted 39 per cent in favor, veterinarians, 31 per cent, home economics students, 40 per cent, and science students, 31 per cent. While 64 per cent of the women and 54 per cent of the men thought Iowa agriculture needs a protective tariff, agriculture students voted against the question by 54 per cent. Home economics and veterinary students were strongest for tariff with a Ga per cent favorable vote. Tsyenty-six per cent of those queried were non-committaL Services at Coulter Cburch on Thursday COULTER--There will be communion services at the Lutheran church Thursday evening and church services Friday 'morning at 10:30 o'clock by the local pastor, the Rev. H. C. Jorgenson. 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