The Mason City Globe-Gazette (Mason City, Iowa) 23 January 1963

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The Mason City Globe-Gazette (Mason City, Iowa)  23 January 1963 - TO HAVE BIRTHDAY--J. W. Heinselman opens up a...
TO HAVE BIRTHDAY--J. W. Heinselman opens up a set of boxes which he made. Woodworking is a hobby Heinselman who will be 91 years old Sunday. J. W. Heinselman to 91st birthday at party Open house is being planned] Mr. Heinselman who was to honor J. W. Heinselman, 328 in Joliet, 111., has lived ·24th SW on his 9lst birthdav cit y for m a n v years. He farmedi " ' {Sunday. The party which is for lives and friends will be T? 06 . ,,,, i t y v Field rela- from the parlors of Church at 14th the the e e n when full e southeast of .Mason City for years, engaging in truck farming and supplying Mason City and vicinity with his produce. In 1906 he had a milk route. Woodworking has always a hobby of Mr. Heinselman he is still engaged in some cabinet making. Mr. Heinselman enjoys music and he has a special feeling for poetry. He enjoys reciting verses which he has committed to memory. has recited poems at Senior zens meetings and two weeks ago he gave poetry readings the Good Samaritan Home. Mr. and Mrs. Heinselman attend Senior Citizen meetings occasionally. They are also mem- Cradleroll gets year's first baby Mason City's first baby of the year is on the cradleroll of the First Covenant Church. --- ^ -- --- "·-«*- At a meeting of the Cradle- bers of tne Golden Anniversary roll Mothers Tuesday evening'TM"^ "~ J "" ""' ' the church. Mrs" Kenneth Rogness, mother of the. first Club and the Pleasant Ridge baby, Beth Marie Rogness, showed pictures of the infant Club. The Heinselmans are members of the Grace EUB where 1 their anniversary observ- «jiiui^w ^i^tuica ui uic miani -- -- *»**"*Tv.AUtt*.j WWJCJLV- and told of the gifts she had ance w . iu be lield - No invitations received in connection with this ;are Dem £ issued that distinction. A skit, "Now Where is Sunday School Book?" staged by a group of mothers, tfrs. Robert Christiansen, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Heinselman a daughter, Mrs. R. A. Rodman of Madison, Wis., and son, Everett Heinselman of Wayzata, Minn. They also have '". .K.UUC.H, ^urisuanson, jvirs. "-"-» ·"*·"*"· +IKJ euau u«*ve Johnson, Mark and Mar- stepdaughters, Mrs. William Johnson and Miss Bonniei Carson and Mrs - Willis White

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