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Craw has been working. Craw was enroute to Mason City at the time of the mishap. . The left 'side. of the truck cab was caved in", and the grill smashed. Sand bags in the truck were thrown into the ditch and the wheel alignment sprung. Grinnell was in the South Pacific, he had a pet monkey, "Herman," but the navy wouldn't let him bring Herman home. Lonesome, Finley sent to Brazil recently fo~r another monkey. The new arrival, months old, has' 'been namec "Fiio"—after Finley's father ' and mother. llth N. E., struck the" rear of on driven by George Schneider, Les ter hotel, 2i miles east of Clear Lake, in iront of the J. H. Han ley farm, on highway 106 abou 11:30 p. m.,' Thursday, causing considerable damage to both ma chines, the sheriff's office reportec The accident occurred when Scott, attempted tc pass Schneide Commerce, City of Mason City and the Iowa Legion of Guardsmen. The program .will open with "The Star Spangled Banner," arranged arranged by Geoffrey O'Hara, and sung by the Chamber of Commerce Commerce chorus under the direction of Clayton L. Wornson. •The chorus also will sing "0 Light Divine" by Alexander Ar- and Arlene Esther Lubben. Jack H. Cora,31, and Helen 20, both of St. Paul, Minn. Bocer A. Rust, 23, Sheffield, lene Buss, 20, Clear Lake. Divorces Filed Dorothy Patterson afalnst Tatterson on ' grounds of cruelty section. They were married

Clipped from The Mason City Globe-Gazette08 Aug 1947, FriPage 4

The Mason City Globe-Gazette (Mason City, Iowa)08 Aug 1947, FriPage 4
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