Clipped From The Mason City Globe-Gazette
1ft Nov. 25, !«9 Glob«.G*zttt«, Mason City, la. E 272 graduated from Iowa State University AMES—As the fall quarter of :udy came to a close at Iowa tate University Tuesday, de- rees and certificates were warded to 272 at graduation eremonies in State Gymnasium. THE FOLLOWING students rom the North Iowa area were mong the 272 graduates: Algona, Alvin Christiansen; Osage seaman in Pacific area during typhoon OSAGE — Claras W. Tibbets, nachinist's mate third class, USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lesie Lesie V. Tibbits, Osage, has returned returned to Long Beach, Calif., aboard the destroyer USS Lynian Lynian K. Swenson after a five- month.tour of duty with the U.S. Seventh Fleet in the Western Pacific. Despite the Far East's worst typhoon season in history, the Swenson, a unit of Destroyer Destroyer Division 92, managed to participate in various anti-submarine anti-submarine exercises and to visit Japan, Hong Kong, Hcfwaii and the Philippines. Bancroft, James Antoine and Philip Soderberg; Britt, Paul :rockett; Buffalo Center, Elizabeth Elizabeth Wubben Gifford; Clarion, Ronald Samson; Clear Lake, Alan Randolph;' Cresco, Joseph Schmitt; Greene, Paul Mather; Hampton, Jay Van Wert; Kanawha, Kanawha, Patricia Benson; Mason City, Gerald Cohen; Rockford, Wilber Baker; Rockwell, Ernesl Boehlje; Thompson, Lanny Myers; Thornton, Rolland Miles; Wesley, Jack Bohn and Davic Seaberg. PRESIDENT HILTON pre sented the diplomas, and spoke briefly to the graduates. them were 31 who received Ihe legree doctor of philosophy, am 38 who received the degree mas er of science. Immediately following t h SEPARATED FROM NAVY ALTA VISTA— William Nehl, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Nehl, has arrived home after receiving his honorable separation separation from the U.S. Navy. He enlisted. Jan. 3, 1956, received his boot training at the Great start ceremonies a reception svas held n Memorial Union for the graduates, graduates, their relatives and friends. Hosts were the Iowa State Alumni Association, the class of 1959 and the university. Tuesday marked the' beginning beginning of a week's holiday for all students, covering Thanksgiving and the usual recess between quarters. Winter quarter classes will begin Dec. 1. Lakes Naval Training Station and for the past year was stationed stationed at Atsugi, Japan. TRANSFERRED GOODELL — Merlin Lowenberg, Lowenberg, an employe at General Mills, Belmond, has been- ap pointed assistant superintendent and office manager,of Genera: at Sidney, Neb. He wil; work there Dec. 1. Mrs Lowenberg, Marsha, Cynthia and Joleen will join him aboui Jan. 1.