Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on October 12, 1949 · Page 25
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 25

Mason City, Iowa
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Wednesday, October 12, 1949
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Oct. 11, 1949 MUM City Gleb«-Gaiet<«, M»sen CKy, U. ICE HOUSE ROOF IN FLIGHT—Don Mugan, 119 18th b. &., got this picture of part of the ice house roof as it was being flung through the air not far from his home along the football stadium wall Monday. H. E. Swarner Is Honored at Credit Bureaus Convention H, E. Swarner, manager of the Security Collection Bureau, 30 First N. E., was succeeded by Ray Gorsuch of the credit bureau, Des Moines, as president of the Associated Credit Bureau of Iowa at the annual meeting held in Des Moines from Saturday through Monday. Mr. Swarner received a Sheaf- ier pen desk set inscribed with the title of the office for the year 1949. He also received one of 10 achievement awards for services performed for the state association and in recognition of his work/locally. Otfiers who received collection awards were Donald C. McCormack, Manchester; Patricia Barloon, Muscatine; Fred Engle, Jr., Spencer; and H. W. Fortner, Sioux City. Also Awarded Credit reporting awards went to Mrs. M. W. Hanna, Jefferson; W. W. Melchcrt, Shcnandoah; Edith Bather, Clinton; E. A. Goes, Marshalltown; and R. .E. Walker, Cedar Rapids. Other officers elected were V. L. Winterowd, vice president, adjustment division; Dean Nellis, Waterloo, vice president reporting division. New directors are Herbert Fortner, Sioux City; William Fluegel, Cedar Rapids; James Russell, Council Bluffs, 9***. •WITH THIS ASPIRIN TABLET MADE JUST FOR YOUR CHILD... £<uv to give, no tab- K -~ let cutting. Assures! ST.JOSEPH accurate dotage, Vt adult dose. Easy to flavored. ASPIRIN- _ FOt CHIUREX Globe-Gazette Photo H. E. SWARNER and E. A. Goes, Marshalltown. George Johns, manager of the credit bureau of Decatur, 111., and vice president of the Associated Credit Bureaus of America spoke on "How We -Do It in Illinois." As dean of the school of instruction at the University of Illinois refresher course for credit bureaus and collection service division affiliates, he reviewed what was being offered by the university for those who did not attend the school last year. On Program Other prominent speakers were Rueben Austin, professor of economics of the University of Dubuque and N. B. Critzer, man- CHARMER Genuine Snake Sandal with Platform Sole. Brown and Green. 12.95 GLEN DA Elasticized .black suede step- in. A perfect fitting pump. So comfortable. 11.95 BETTY Glove soft kid leather. Comfort from the start. Needs no breaking in. 10.95 IF you have trouble finding comortable shoes try these and you will have a happy surprise. WHERE THE ager of the credit bureau of Wisconsin, who covered their operation under the • banking department of Wisconsin. The state meeting was one of the bent attended by its members. Attending from Mason City other than Mr. Swarner were Betty Swarner, Charles Schaffer and Bob May of the credit bureau of Mason City. Jaycees Hold "College of Knowledge" New Members Are Guests at Meeting New members of the Mi -;on City Junior Chamber of Commerce were guests of the organization at a steak dinner and "college of knowledge" at the V. F. W. club Monday night with a total of 42 attending the meeting. Tom Irvine, vice president in charge of membership, conducted the session. A welcome to the new members was given by F. J. Olson, president of the Mason City Chamber of Commerce. Steve Stahl, president of the junior division, presented the opportunities offered by the local chapter; Ed Foster, the national setup, and Norman Allison, state vice president, the state organization. Lester Milligan, Chamber secretary, discussed the proposed budget for the year, aided by Stahl; Marvin Pearson outlined the programs and projects of the local and Rick Meredith explained the grapevine. The new jaycees will receive their pins at the next regular meeting, Monday. New members are: Richard Blake and Vincent Urgo, Younkers; Clifford Kittleson, Balduf- Hawley; Paul Oldham and Ralph Shelton, Monarch Life insurance- Charles ' G. Huntley, Huntley plumbing; Robert Eichenberger Jr., First National bank; Richard Trezona, B. F. Goodrich company; Gerald W. Studer, Mason City Warehouse company; Donald E. Griffith^ Standard oil station, 19th and South Federal; James R. Helling and Paul Cropley, Standard Oil company; Alvin E. Nockels, Nockels super service; Paul B! Patrick, Stover Electric; Newlin Jensen, Klipto Loose Leaf; Lyman Way, Kirk studio; A. L. Stamand, and Paul Jacobson, International Harvester, and Robert Gettman, Pritchard Motor company. J. E. Knapp, Frozen Foods; Paul R. Hoye, Federal barbershop; Ronald W. Korth, Farmers Elevator; Leonard Zotmann, Fareway store; the Rev. Joel Dobbe, Our Saviour's Lutheran church; Paul A. Tantow, Mason City Tent and Awning; Dale V. Faulken, Home Insulation company; David L. Hirsch, Mason City fur shop; Ken Kew and Gene Kroening, KGLO; J. Henry Hvattum, Como photo; Marvin D. McKee, Colonial funeral home; Robert H. Guild, real estate; R. J. Cramer, Fisher Typewriter company; Dean Peterson, W. L. Patton company; Herb Anderson, KICM; Maynard H. Gaarder, Smith furniture; Jack Larson, Sign Art studio; C. R. Goudreau, Superior Furnace; Guy F. Zach, Elmwood cemetery association; Robert J. May, credit bureau; Darrell Jones, John Gallagher, Inc., and Bob Benson, Davidson's. Guests were President Marvin Rex and 3 other members of the Osage Junior Chamber of Commerce, Merrill Kelley, Joe Beneke and Sam Holcomb. JOHN STROM —Chairman JERRY ALDERMAN —Co-Chairman WAYNE PEDELTY —Co-Chairman HEAD DIVISION HI IN CHEST DRIVE—These men head division III, made up of retailers and the building firms in Mason City in the forthcoming Community Chest campaign. Their organization will take part in the general solicitation campaign set to get under way Oct. 24 to raise §84,-* : 929 for 8 welfare and character building agencies. Team members are: Team 21, creameries, dairies, supplies— captain, George Brown; team 22, shoes, sporting goods— captain, Chet DeSart, lieutenant, H. L. Gore; team 23, pool, billiards, tobacco, bowling, shuffleboard—captain, F. S. Kling. Team 24, limited price variety stores—captain, V. Chmieleski, lieutenant, Warren Whitlach; team 25, service station—captain, Bob Chambers, lieutenants, Kermit Larson, Lou Kaufman, R. O. Pettit and Wally Kittleson; team ^6, automobile dealers—captain, Harold Raizes, lieutenants, Sidney Hovda, Keith Rozen, Jack Zenor, Sam Richer and Delos Rickey; team 27, general contractors and architects —captain, Robert Johnson. Team 28, building industries, furnaces—captain, Keith Worm- houdt, lieutenants, E. Carl White, R. T. 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