Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on October 13, 1949 · Page 11
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Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, October 13, 1949
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HERE and THERE on ? s **«— Mr. and Mrs. Olaf Hanson and daughter, Patty, left Wednesday n 0on f or their home- to San Lines. their home- Mateo, Cal., employed as man lor the United Ail- Geneva — Mr. and Mrs. James Richards and son Jimmie of Des °^ s visite <l Mr. and Mrs. Howard Richards and Mrs. Grant Hoffman and family. Ackley—Mr. and Mrs. William Hanig son Billy, and daughter, Kay of Fort Dodge, Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas Hanig, daughters, Jana tad Maria, Waterloo; Prank Ca- mll, Dubuque, and Mr. and Mrs. Howard Christiansen were recent Kuests in the home of Mr . and Mrs. George Hanig. Lake Mill*—Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Kallheim and Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Groe left for California to visit relatives of Mrs. Groe and Mr. Kallheim. . / Fertile — Mr. and Mrs. Leo Stokke and family, Mr. and Mrs. Gus Haugen, Mr. and Mrs. Mort Haugen, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Calgaard and baby, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Orcutt, Mr. and Mrs. Pat Nissen and Mr. and Mrs. Hans Johnson attended the wedding of Francis Stokke and Sonja Nam- vedt of Terril.. Duraont _ Mr. and Mrs. Will Brandt of Kanawha and Mr. and Mrs. Everett Freerks and son of Clarksyille were recent visitors in the Will Popinga home. Bancroft—John Long resigned as night, operator in the light plant. Latiiuer —Mr. and Mrs. Herman Merz left for their home after a 10 days' visit with relatives in Latimer and Hampton. Goldfleld —County Attorney and Mrs. Harlan L. Larson are the parents of a daughter born at a Fort Dodge hospital Oct. 6. •< Lake Mills —Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Fjelstad are the parents of a daughter • born Sunday at the Forest City Municipal hospital. Fenton — The Seneca Lutheran church is being extensively remodeled. Chapin—The Rev. H. M. Tiffany left Monday for a few days' visit with his son, Morelle Tiffany, and family at Fowler, Ind. St. Ansgar—F. Fleming of Stuart is visiting in the home of his Son, Albert Fleming, at St. Ansgar. Woden — Mrs. Jessie 'Goslin of- Fort Dodge visited at the home of her sister-in-law, Mrs. May Gos- r lin. Garner — Mrs. Otto Lehmann submitted to major surgery at the Mercy hospital in Mason, City recently. Nora Springs—Mrs. Viola Clifford plans to return this week to her home in Los Angeles, after • spending several weeks visiting with relatives and friends in Charles City, Osage and Nora Springs. Mclntire—Mr. and Mrs. Frank Meter enjoyed a visit from the latter's nephew and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Pierce, of St. Paul, Minn. - Searville —Mrs. Nels Johnson of Dalton, Minn., was a recent guest at the Miler Nelson home. Kanawha —Henry Hoick, aged resident, is very ill at his home. Hatching— Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kelly and daughter of Indianapolis, Ind., are spending 'a couple of weeks at the Frank Kelly and Mrs. Jack Kanawha —Klaas Pruisman accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Vic Wil- lodson of Britt to Omaha where they visited their sons, Jerry Pruisman, and Victor Willodson, •who are attending school. Alta Vista—Ory Phippen went to Albert Lea, Minn., and was accompanied home by Mr. and Mrs. Arnie Koed and baby who came to spend several days with relatives and friends hera. Wesley —Mrs. Victor Loebig and Elmer Doughan went to Cedar Rapids to get Mrs. Doughan who had been a surgery patient at Mercy hospital there for the past 10 days. Mrs. J. L. Haverly ac- compan'ed them and visited her sister, Mrs. Merle Ferguson. Chester—Mr. and Mrs. Willai'd Wolf have moved to their new home at Orchard. Manly—Mrs. W. S. Ford, who underwent surgery at Mercy hospital in "Mason City, expects to leave the hospital this week. Garner —Paul Loomis, state examiner, has completed the annual audit of Hancock county records and is enjoying a short vacation from his duties before beginning a' new assignment. Woden—Dr. W. L, Tindall and Charles Lounsberry of Ames left on a 10 day fishing and hunting trip' in Canada. Corwith — Mr. and Mrs. Milo Risvold and Mr. and Mrs. James Tindall spent a few days at Detroit, Mich. Geneva —Dr. and Mrs. William Mourmond and 2 sons of Everly were recent guests of G. E. Hoffman and family. Lake Mills — Otis Olson, •who fractured his arm while delivering tomatoes to the Cool Spring Canning company, is still under a doctor's care. St. Ansgar —Mr. and Mrs. Ed Sherman of Wibaux, Mont., is visiting at the H. B. Hansen home. Lake Mills — MX*, and Mrs. Palmer Peterson, who have spent 10 days at the Martin Geving home, returned to San Diego the latter part of the week. Goodell — Lud Johnson of Des Moines visited with his mother, Mrs. Lewis Johnson. Alexander — Mrs. John and daughter, Irma, of Chicago, were visitors ai the G. R. Richards home. They with Mrs. Richards attended the funeral of an uncle at Creston. Woden —A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Meyer at the hospital at Forest City Oct. 7. Lake Mills —Lovella Thorvilson returned to Seattle, Wash., after spending 2 weeks at the home of hes; mother, Mrs. Andrea Thorvilson: She is employed by the Grcy- tiotind bus lines in Seattle. Corwith—Mr. and Mrs. Earl Wilhite received word of the birth of a daughter to their son and wife, the Rev. and Mrs. Kenneth WiL- hite, at Montrose. Pa,, Oct. 3. Dumont —Recent guests in the Ezra Schaefer home were Mr. and Mrs. Enno Schaefer and family of Elmore, Minn., and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Kothe and daughter of Humboldt. Bancroft —Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dransfelt returned after a week's sightseeing trip through Minnesota and Wisconsin. Goodell —Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Lowenberg, Joan and Merle Janssen went to Pocahpntas where Joan accepted a position as secre- tary in the R. E. A. office. Enroute they visited Mrs. Lowenbe"g's sister's fan-lily, the Andy Johnsons, at Huinboldt. Goodeil—Mrs. V. E. Harris left for Murdock, Kans. ; to visit in the homes of her mother, Mrs. C. M. Hardesty and brother, Carl. Poyejoy — Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Chandler and children, Eddie and Charlyn Kay, of Long Beach, Cal., were recent visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. L. W. McBurney. SI. Ansgar — Mrs. Andy Lund left for her home at Sturgis, S. Dak. She came to attend the funeral of her aunt, Mrs. H. B. Hansen. Crystal Lake — Mr. and Mrs. Everett Arnet of Canton, 111., left for home after coming here to visit her brother, Willis McFai'- land, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Shipler, where Mr. McFarland is ill. Bristow — Mrs. Clayton Arnold of Minneapolis is visiting in' the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Yost,- Sr. Mclntire — Mrs. Matt Klassen visited with her daughter, Joan, at Winona, where she is attending St. Teresa college, Lakota —Mr. and Mrs. Bert Ley of California are here visiting the W. E. and W. D. Ley;. Jiutchlus — Mr. and Mrs. Joe Forman have movtici to their farm near Rochester, Minn., which they bought last summer. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Naser have moved into the place they bought from the Formans. Goodsll — Ray Woods of Marshalltown visited in the home of his niece, Mrs. Walter Boiler. 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