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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - March 13, 1935, Mason City, Iowa                                SIX MASON CITY MARCH IS 1935 HAMPTON WINS 2 FIRSTS IN DECLAM TILT HELD AT GREENE I r 7 I 14 ALLISON TAKES HIGH RANK ALSO Speakers From Seven Towns Compete in Declamatory March won two firsts and Allison one in the district declamatory contest held here Tuesday night when seven Marble Nora Springs and Greene Results were Eleanor Johnson of first Shad rach Davis of second dra Betty Jennings of first Elinor Cutter of Nora Springs second Maxine Codner of Fen Newcomber of Judges were Robert De Naris Kitch and Lee Smily of Charles Lucile Downs played a clarinet solo and Clifford Bur roughs offered two vocal HERE AND THERE Miscellaneous Items From 125 GlobeGazette Correspondents North Iowa and Minnesota in Clara Wagner of March services for Clara were held at the Wenceslaus cemetery at Spillvllle Monday The Broz Clara Kosatka was the daughter of and Frank She leaves her Quinton three sis Ed near Wilma Georgina Frank Protivin one Funeral services were held at Protivin at the Trinity church Mon day Father Hradecky of Will Gather Ladies Aid will meet Friday at the parish Hostesses are Culbertson and Nuel Culbcrt Goes to New Anna Webste has gone to New York City wher she will be a dietitian in the Fift Avenue where she too her interneship a year Dismissed From BUFFALO An drew Wallace and daughter was dismissed from the hospital Mon Department Plans GARNER For the rummagi sale to be held in the city hal March 30 sponsored by the garden department of the Womans club Charles Marks and her com mittee met with generous success A great deal of new merchandise and good qualities of second hand clothing has been Leave for and C Casod and left for their home in af te having been called here to at tend the funeral of Fred Speaks at Walter Smith who has graduated from the Alex ander high school in 1921 and has been practicing dentistry the past Mitchell County Makes Achievement Day Plans March township chairman wo men of Mitchell county met Tues day afternoon at Osage rest room Jacobs of Forest district to make plans for Achievement Seven girls of Osage township or ganized a 4H club at the home of Ralph Hogan will be Officers elected Presi Lois Carter vice Kathleen Bowers Mari lyn Warrington Theresa Bodensteiner Margaret Kelley Ruby Students Present March Wal ter as chair presented seven high school students in oneact play at the March meeting of the American Le gion auxiliary Monday night Tap jjigh members of the scbooj were j njor Mrs Houghton is his daughter Tk tl three years in spoke in the afternoon before the assembly on India and the customs and habits of its Smith will be going back to India in a few Iteturn to Ttock Ralph Kwikkle and Arnold and left for Rock after a visit at the Tony Ahrenkiel Carpenter met at the Carpenter home and elected presi dent vice presi dent Gus secretary Edgar treasurer secretary of Beier secretary of reading Evenson and secretary of the thank William Submits to BUFFALO Harry Hanken of near underwent an operation for appendicitis Mon day morning at the local Hanken was formerly Mar garet Smith of this Leave for Harberts left by bus for to visit Joe Houghton and Ju directed by Miss Ursula SchooT Plans Carnival March The Will Meet sewing circle will meet Thursday at the home of annual carnival March Plans far It are being made and the usI good time is Genuine Willord Farm Lite Batteries JACOBY Battery and Electric Service 110 Delaware Phone 319 Ellgen will Recovering From j Frances An l derson is employed in the Rau wolf store while Miss Catherine Mortenson is recovering from an at tack of scarlet Honored at large crowd attended a ghower in the hall Sun day in honor of Leroy formerly Mary Donnelly of this Return From Spearing and and Enabinit re turned from a twoweeks trip down They observed the Mardi festival in New Orleans March 4 and They also visited in Flor Hot Kentucky and Had Fainting Spells WOULD SHAKE AND QUIVER ALL OVER Found Great Relief by Taking Lydia Pinkhams Vegetable Compound Honored on SCARVILLE Juvelanc was given a surprise Sunday after noon when a number of friends gathered at the Synod Lutheran church parlors to help him cele brate his seventyfifth birthday an Refreshments were serv ed by the Ladies Aid and a purse presented the guest of lleturas to Madonna Day infantile paralysis re turned to the Iowa City hospita Tuesday for further treatment in her left She had returned from there 10 days Moves Near Puffer hes leased the Wesley Kehl farm near Britt and moved Spends BURCHINAL Miss Georgia Best of Minneapolis spent the weekend at the Fred Best Student Nurse POPEJOY Florence student nurse at the Des Moines Methodist is visiting a few days in the parental Joe Han sen Honored on Will Stockdale entertained three tables at bridge at her home east of Austinville Monday night In honor of her sis TALMON 66 Girord New Do you feel weak and dizzy Is your housework too great a burden Build up your general health and life will seem worth living Remember that thousands of women that Lydia Pinkhams Vege table Compound helps It may give you just that extra energy you Why dont you get a bottietodfcy Every druggist sells Mm Tmlnion toys I used to have fainting spelts would and quiver all My husband saw Lydia Pinkhams Vegetable Com pound advertised in the paper and I finally decided to try I tool three bottles and it built me up I have gained weight and Everybody is remarking about my I think there is no medicine to compare with yours for rundown Had to Ue Down Every Day When I was mother gave me your Vegetable Compound and it helped I am now 44 and the mother of six healthy I got rundown so that I had to lie down every I took the Com pound again and feel much I can do all my work and I am in good Sophie Boat Louise Pier Eaat New Was All Run Down I used be all rundown with pains in my back and Since I took the Vegetable Compound I SID getting along My skin has cleared up and my color is Route Box Dillon Stewarts meets in Lee Womans Pro gressive club met Monday night with Lee in her Ted Bracwell gave a study on the courtesan city and and Return from Jorgenson and children drove to Ottumwa Satur ay returning Tuesday bringing Jorgenson home with Jorgenson has been in a hos jital at Ottumwa for treatment mder the direction of her Dinner to Be Ladies aid society will hold a regular meet rig in the church basement Thurs day for a picnic to be served at Each family to bring picnic Alva Personett is chairman of the dinner commit Honored at LAKE Sev erson entertained a group of 34 on Monday afternoon in honor of er Howard Hills Submits to Henry Hou north of was taken o the Dolmage hospital at Buf nlo Center Monday where she un ierwent SB operation for appendi citis the samp Conducts Bible MARBLE has organized and is con lucting a class in a correspondence ourse in Bible the course being put bv the Moody Bible nstitutp of Will Renresent Hutchins Edward son il and Frank will epresent the Hutchins school in he Hancock county spelling con cst to be held in Garner Aaron Honored at and liver ipsme attended a oarcel shower onorine Vivian Dahl held at the ome of her and Jeorge who reside 4 miles outh of Two Havine Leonard Walk 7as operated on Monday at the Tercv Her Ed a Walk is Rlsn having ha1 n operation for appendicitis Fri At Hall Hall fara j iies attended the funeral for j Ben Hall at Forest Citv 1 She leaves a husband and Arc Parents of CRYSTAL and Everett Austin are parents of a the first child of the born at the Irish hospital in Forest Austin is the local as sistant Home From NORA Richard Ekstcdt who underwent a major operation at Mercy hospital was broujrht to her home here Sunday Return From after spending the winter with relatives at has returned to his home A accompanied him to help with the farm WASTE When you burn cheap a loi of you i fuel dollar gu up in and you gd ICM SAVE Home owners ire saving up to JOJo on fuel hilK with new improved wind Hnqum They jjUi more hell Of yuur money1 Fireside Fuel Ill ONE 888 Are Parents of boy was born Sun day to and Harry Miller of Greene at the home of her par and Sam He has been named Submits to of and Fred Rath under went an apendectonomy at the Al gona Burclilnal Woman Is John Bon who has been failing in health for some has gone to Hamp ton for Surprised on 50 neigh bors and friends gathered at the Floyd Rowe home Saturday night and surprised Rowe on her The evening was spent in Honored on Catherine Ship accompanied by and Joe celebrated her birthday at the home of her George Downing in Meets at Purcell Bureau women of Fertile township met at the home of James Purcell for the fourth clothing Tail ored Miss Macumber Born at and Maurice Wolf are parents of a daughter born and Palmer were spending a few days with her Peterson and Sunday a baby Sandra 7 was Dorn to and Palmer live near Lake Couple Is Meta Nelson and Miss Hattie hon ored the bridal and erbardt by a family dinner Sunday at their Goes to Sac Wenzel was a business caller in Sac City Tues Men Give THORNTON At the Mens Vight service at the Sunday evening there was a dis cussion of the question What can we do to prevent war Paul James Zickefoose and Cham pion Honored at LAKE Vivian Dahl was honored at a prenuptial miscel aneous shower at the home of her and George A mock wedding was a feature of entertainment during the Hostesses to Louise Youngerrnan and Georgiana Murphy enter ained the school faculty members Monday evening at the Stalk er Murphy handled the Conditions of Keturn to Lake Smith from Lake Park left Monday for his home after spending the week visiting his and John who live on a farm south of Born at to and Truman March a This is the first child in the Roisen a Go to Des Riggle and Raymond and Betty and Gertrude Dunlap went to Des Moines Monday to visit who is a patient at the vet erans Jensen Suffers Rasmus Jensen suffered a relapse from her recent illness and is again critically and Chris Schmidt are substituting for her in doing jan itor duties at the Street Sale HANLONTOWN The business men will hold a street sale to be held March This is an annual Return to Cedar Evelyn Bader returned to Cedar where she is after visiting her par and John Bader and also other friends and Daughter Is LITTLE daughter was born to and Morse Wolff at their farm home northeast of Myra Whitinger erf Ricevillo is taking care of moth er and Visitor From Herbert Stokley ol visited at the j Knowlton Stokley is a guest of her Cas Charles From Council Charles An Council is visiting at her Hazie Visit at MELTONVILLE and Albert Bradwcll went to Angus to visit her who has been They will also visit oth er relatives near Brad well returned home Monday but Bradwell will remain for a few days Are Parents of FLOYDBorn to and C Ramsey of the Floyd Motor a This is the second boy in the Birthday Is and George Peknrek entertained 2fi friends at j a card party Monday evening in 1 honor of Pekareks Nearly 100 Will Take Part in Play Planned at Plymouth Thursday March Night in will be pre sented Thursday night by the Plym outh of the American Nearly 100 persons will be in the Well known movie stars will be The cast in cludes Everett Mikkel Howard Rollie Jones Delmar Rudy Hansen Frank Roy Ira Leon Winnifred Duff Ray George Reynolds anc Jake About 70 other local persons wil NEW HAMPTON WORK APPROVED Sewer Project to Be Built at Cost of 25 Men Will NEW March Approval was given Wednesday by the Iowa emergency relief admin istration for a sewer project in New Hampton that will cost The project consists of feet or eight inch outfall sanitary sew er in the northeast section of New It will give that sec tion of New Hampton an outlet for their Material in the project will cost an estimated Twenty five men will be given employment until The work will com mence as soon as the weather is Mrs Dies Funeral to Be in Garner Church March Charles Alvin died Monday in a hospital at where she has been for sev l weeks following an operation or Genola Phoebe Hanson is the only daughter of George Hanson and Nellie Mil er She was born near filler and came with her Barents o Garner at an early She was graduated from Garner high school n Early last summer she was mar to Charles Alvin McColgin of at vhere she had gone with her par nts to make their home a few months Following their marriage they went to where they had lived She is survived by her jer and George F and two Du ane and who are expected o arrive from early Wednesday her Frank filler and Art Miller of rrank Hanson of Garner and Charles of Bancroft and ieveral aunts and The body arrived in Mason City Vednesdav accompanied bv her lusband and was brought to services will be held at the Jnited Presbyterian church here afternoon in charge of the Girl Scout Troop Will Be Organized at Titonka March cout troop is to be organized at Mtonka and the following appoint d on the Girl Scout committee Mary Ann Martha Boy Martha Bonacker and Nel e Were in and Sheldahl spent Monday in Des Moines and OFFICIAL SPRING OPENING ST PATRICKS WEEKEND MARCH IS to iryGw RESERVE NOW The Great Outdoors Calls to EXCELSIOR SPRINGS MISSOURI Come out and Thrillto the call of the fairwaystiie bridle Appease a new found appetite with delicious Win new health with the famous mineral waters and in cluding all meals day for or a day single ELMS HOTEL CAUTHORN MANACftt 2 TEACHERS AT OSAGE RESIGN VanVoorhii to Study Law Bruce Lybarger to Take Charge o March mem iiers of Osage high school faculty have given their who has been with the schools six is resigning to take a law During that time be has taught social general dur ing a greater part of the time act ed as athletic the school winning conference Bruce director of band and orchestra the past five resigned to take over the responsi bility of the Lybarger farm at Burr a few miles east of The death of his father a few months seemed to place this responsi bility on the sons for the During his work with Osage the orchestra has won state honors three Bruce Kingsbury won second in national baritone and Lybargers resignation is to take effect He will move to the farm June but will direct the band through the Howard County Opens Drive to Give Work to Seekers of Relief March united effort is being made to have all re ief clients in Howard county re moved from county relief as rapid y as circumstances will permit and o be placed in their normal occu according to a statement released Tuesday by County Chair man Thomas Howard coun y being agricultural relief rolls are epected to be ma terially reduced with the coming of Reports to the effect that some persons on relief have refused o work on the farm have led local relief officials to request that all employers who have found this con dition to be true to report to the county director of relief any man to whom work was offered and refus giving name and address of such the job offered and the rate of Carney Again NEW March The New Hampton Golf and Coun ry club Monday evening reelected Sarry president Ray vice president Walter treasurer and Miss Louise Made Archbishop Word was received from the Vatican that Bishop Joseph Hummel of Omaha had been appointed archbishop of New He is shown in a new Associated Press Pho 2 Held in Probe of Holdup Near Cresco Released by Officers March Stev ers and Joseph who were arrested at Charles City and brought to Cresco on charges of at tempted holdups at Davis 9 miles west of were released for lack of ac cording statement of Sheriff Al bert Wiil Leave March Callies of Titonka who purchased the Hampton Trading company stock and opened a dry goods and readytowear store last is selling out his stock and will leave Hampton April 300 AT ALGONA CLUB BANQUET Community Club Directors Elected Leo Dailey Gives March of the largest meetings in the history of the Algona Community club was held in the high school gymnasium Monday evening when 300 attended the banquet and Women of the Congregational church The high school band furnished retiring presi dent of the presided at the meeting following the He gave a short talk in which he urged greater cooperation among the members of the club and pointed out that with improved economic condi Algona should profit from a business Leo secretary of the Spen cer Chamber of Commerce and Clay county fair was the guest He complimented Algona on its ma aterial progress during the past few years and gave a brief resume of the manner in which the budget is handled in the Spencer After the Christen La Robert Chrischil Fred Joe Norton Wal ler were elected for the coming year as board From these 10 a new president will be chosen at a called for Tuesday evening at the Algona Hears March the monthly meeting held at the Titonka school Monday evening Torgersen spoke about the success of the local dental cam Crabb of Mason City was the principal his topic being DELCOLIGHT Complete Plants and Water Pumps i ELECTRIC PHONE 494 IIT 119 VICTOR McLAGLEN and EDMUND LOWE have battled each other around the through thousands of miles of But theres one thing they never quarrel Both smoke Old It was throatease that won Urilbri ClC4RETTE VICTOR McLAGLEN and EDMUND stars of THE GREAT HOTEL Fox Picture   

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