Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on October 11, 1949 · Page 23
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Kiwanians to Attend District Convention at Waterloo Oct. 16 AD. Kiwanians planning to attend the Nebraska-Iowa Kiwanis district convention at Waterloo, Oct. 16-18 were urged Monday by President Max Boyd to register in advance with their local secretary at the earliest moment possible. The local club members and their wives are especially • urged to attend on Monday, Oct. 17, which the group has designated as Mason City day. The local club members are desirous of as close to 100 per cent attendance as possible on this day in order to help boost their fellow member, George S. Marty, ^or district governor. Local Delegates More than 80 clubs in the district which embraces a membership of. 6,000 business and professional leaders, are expected to send delegates to the 3-day meeting, Boyd said. Local delegates will be Herman Knudson, delegate at large by virtue of being past governor; President Boyd, .President-elect H. E. Van Essen, and Past President D. G. Klempnauer. ^Alternates are Robert L. StoyleSj John J. Adams and Harlan Girton. The speaking program will feature the appearance of Mearl L. Fagg, Billings, Mont., postmaster and trustee of Kiwanis International. Raymond M. Grossman, Omaha, Nebr., attorney and a past international president of the community service organization, also will participate. UN Representative At the Monday program Sir Hartley Shawcross, United Kingdom chief representative at the United'Nations and former attorney general of Great Britain, will be the featured speaker at the evening banquet. There will be a special luncheon at noon for Ki- S Slmemon'i Pk, C. Ik. 10-4-49. ' Pike, Nell B. To Clly of Clear Lake, Iowa $1.01) Deed Begin ul point on Ely line S Shore Dr. which is fl.r Sly of pi. of Intersection of Ely line of said drive and Ihe N line of Lot 1!) In Sir- Hue's Sub of Lots 1 & 4 of Lot 5 In SF.Vi IX-M-2Z. Nly to lit of intersection of Ely line of Huld drive and B line of 8 Avcs.; E 13', SWIy to pt. ft' E of beginning, thence West to beginning. 10-1-4!). Moore, Lydla \V. & Fred R. To Lawrence 1. Hehm & Helen C., JT. $1.00 WI> Lot 11 In Wlnnebago Hts. 10-7-4U. Graham, Joseph T. & Dorothy M. To Earl C. Westcolt & \Veenonah M., JT. $'..00 WD Lot :t8:i in Midland Hts. Mason City. 10-1-4U. Gorman, Luella J. To Joseph T. Graham & Dorothy M., JT. $1,500.011 WD Lot 38H In Midland His., Mason City. 0-10-40. Halrd, Mr*. Louise II. To Emma Harrington & Edward F. $1.00 WD Lot M in Aud. Sub of Lots t & 4 Blk 1)7, i'aul Felt's Plat, M. Cy, 10-7-41). Mostrom, Otto To Claude F. Wallace & Grace, JT. $1.00 WD Lot 21 In Blk a "The Highlands" Mason City. 10-fl-43. Snugflns, O. B. i Jessie Alleuti To William W. lioyd $1.00 WD !ST (i3' of Lot 8 Sewell Slmenson's Sub of 3.9 A. In S\V part of Lot 4 in NE'ANWli 18-Ufi-IM. 10-7-4!). Meyer, Charles W. To Luella J. Gorman $5.00 QCU Lot «83 In Midland Hts., Mason City. 9-:'9-40. Parrlsh, Robert It., Jr. & Dorothea M. To E. W. Clark fllOO WD S BT of Lot t n C. H. D»y'« Sub of NWttSWft 3-90-20. 10-4-4U. Glljlis. C. A. and Emma, to Raymond F. Hciiish and Mary I)., JT., SI.00, W!i Lot :i in Itlk. 7, 1'arkcr's tth Add. to Mason. City. 10-3-1!). Hamilton, John S. and Patricia II., to Joseph W. Traycr and Naomi J., JT. $1.00, \V1), Lot 8 in Blk. Ill, in College Add. to Mason City, la. U-IG-1U. Kidgewny, Klhel, County Treas., to Floyd Wlrti, $1.00, TSD, Lot 'M, Blk. 3, Crano & Hill's 1st Add. to Oakwood Park, Clear Lake. 10-G-ID. UuesrMberg, Edgar HI. and Opal L., to Frank L, Knulson and Anna K., JT, $1.00. WD N Sfi' of Lot Sj Ely HO' of that strip KI'.V wide which runs NEly and SWIy from North Shore Dr. to I.akeview Dr., between Lot 2 and Lots :i and 4,\B)k. !), In Clear Lake, la. 10-0-4!). ' I'lath. Wilbur and Dulcte, to Albert Edward Ewers and Shirley Jean, JT., $1.00. WD, Lot 0, in Reynold's Second Add. to Mason City. 10-7-4!). Plain, Wilbur and Dulcle, to Wilbur I'lath and Dulcie, JT, $1.00, WD, Lot 24. Blk. -.', in Oakland Place, an Add. to Mason City. JO-7-JS. Police Court Intoxication—Hilmer Beenken, Tltonka; John Jlmeiic/, 31814 (ith S. W., and Henry Van Lacre, Sheffield, each for- 110 tond for Intoxication. George A. B rummer, Cleveland, fined $10 end costs. Marriage Licenses Ralph K. Thomas. '.'.<>, and lona Bailey, 20, both of Mason City. Mrs. Sig Klemesrud, Osage, and 2 brothers, Elmer Churness, Osage, and John Churness, Mt. Sterling. Wis. Former Osage Woman Dies at Mason City; Rites to Be Tuesday Osagre—Funeral services for Mrs. Oline Forslund, 76, will be held Tuesday at 2 p. m. at the Luther* an church, the Rev. T. P. Solem officiating. Burial will be in the Osage cemetery. She died Friday at Mason City. Born in Ferryville, Wis., Aug. 25, 1873, She was married to John Forslund in 1906 and the following year came to Osage where she lived until the past year. She leaves a son, Odell, of Forest City; a daughter, Mrs. Erling Dahley, Nora Springs; a sister, Garner Men injured in Car-Truck Crash Garner—E. G. Greiman, Garner contractor, received cuts about the face which required several stitches and Bill Evans, manager of the Garner airport also received facial cuts when a car driven by Contractor Lovrien of Spencer collided with a semi-trailer near Hot Springs, S. Dak., Friday. Greiman and Evans were en- route by plane to Newcastle, Wyo., where Greiman has equipment on a project and ran into bad weather which grounded them at Hot Springy, S. Dak. From there they drove to Newcastle with Lovrien. who has work on a project near there, in his new Pontiac. It was on the return trip 1'rom Newcastle to Hot Springs only about 8 miles !rom where they had .eft the plane that the mishap occurred. Greiman and Evans attempted to return to Garner by plane Saturday but bad weather again forced them to land and await more favorable conditions before returning home. Lovrien received compound fractures of an arm and the car was demolished. Board Enjoys Picnic Greene — The creamery board and families enjoyed a picnic at McGregor following a drive along the Mississippi river. Included in CORNS 60 FAST Enjoy quick relief and speedily remove aching Coroti with thin, cushioning Dr. Schoil'a Ziuo- pads. Coat but a trifle. fScnolls Zinopads Oct. 10, 1949 3 M»««n City Glofcc-GaietU, Jtttn Cltjr, I*. the group were the families of Mr. and Mrs. John Pyatt, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Rodman, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Cheney, Mr. and Mrs. Harley Hanson, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Taylor, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Isaacson, Laurence Beninga and Tom Stanton. DENTIST PRACTICE LIMITED TCT PLATE WORK 302 SOUTH FEDERAL Mason City CEDAR RAPIDS! DESMOINES; SIOUX CITY, MEARL, L. FAGG —International Trustee waniqueens. Bernard T. Caine, Sioux City, NEWS of RECORD Births Reported (At Mercy Hospital)—Son to Mr. and Mrs. Dale Roberts, 10S !28th S. W., Monday. Son to Mr. and Mrs. Howard \Vood- hury, 22fi 5th N. E., Sunday. Son to Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Wilson, 505 Taylor S. W., Saturday. Daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Edward F. Fleming, Rockwell, Saturday. Twin sons to Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Nelson, Clear Lake, Saturday. Son to Mr. and Mrs. Frank R. Jeffrey, 60!) Maryland S. £., Saturday. Son to Mr. and Mrs. Lester Kraft, attorney and governor of the Nebraska-Iowa district, will preside at the convention, which will highlight committee conferences, a discussion of plans for the coming year, and election of officers. Fagg, who. will serve as +>e official representative of Kiwanis International, long has been active in the civic affairs of Billings. Former governor of the Montana Kiwanis district, he was instrumental in forming the Billings recreational council, has served as Montana state softball commissioner since 1942, is president of the Y. M. C. A. and a member of the American Legion. Northwood, Sunday. Son to Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Rush, 1235 Carolina N. E.. Tuesday. (At Park Hospital)—Son to Mr. and Mrs. Pete VerBrugge, C17 Carolina S. E., Sunday. Daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Bernard A. Abrahams, Northwood, Sunday. Daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Alfred G. Bergdale, Kensett, Sunday. Calls Births Reported Forest City—Babies born recently at Municipal hospital here include daughters to Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Sorenson, Britt; Mr. and Mrsf James Rusley, Lake Mills; Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Fjelstad, Lake Mills; Mr. and Mrs. James Wolf, Forest City, and Mr. and Mrs. Juel Boman of Forest City. Sons were born to Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Huso of Jcice and Mr. and Mrs. Francis Pitkin of Forest City. Now Many Wear FALSE TEETH With Little Worry Eat, talk, laugh or sneeze without feai of insecure, false teeth dropping, slipping or wabbling. FASTEETH holds plates firmer and more comfortably This pleasant powder has no gummy, gooey, pasty taste or feeling Doesn't cause nausea. It's alkaline Inon-acid) Checks "plate odor" (denture breath). Get FASTEF.TB •t any drug store. f-ire At 4:27 p. m., Saturday to 25 1st S. W., Central Auto company. Smoke investigation showed wood block smoldering under vat and smoke and odor in basement due to hot soot in bollcrroom. At 0:39 p. m., Saturday to '.iliOO block on Sooth Federal. Car of Evelyn Boycr, emergency brake left on. At 8:22 p. m., Saturday to 78 Crescent drive. Leaves burning In driveway probably from dropped clgaret. At 9:40 p. m., Saturday to front of S02 S. Federal. No fire. Auto belonging to Verna Shunkwller, 201 15th N. E., leaking gas. At 5:28 a m., Monday to front of 712 lUth N. W., car of Marlon Bryant, 1228 Adams N. W., sparks' from olgaret set car afire. BEGINNING AT 8:18 A. M., MONDAY, FIRE ALARM OPERATOR W. P. Mc- GRATH REPORTED ALL EQUIPMENT AT THE STATION WAS ON CONTINUOUS RUNS FOR POLES AND' WIRES DOWN, WINDOWS OUT, TREES DOWN CAUSING PROPERTY DAMAGE AND OTHER EMERGENCIES. ' New Car Sales James C and Floy I. Whltehead, 81 Linden drive. Dodge; E. J. Bonn, 1120 3rd S. W;, Buick; Elmer Ilerbst, Ventura, Bulck; Fred R. or Lydia. W. Moore, route 4, Plymouth; Max Christensen, Ventura, Ford; . John G. Marker, Manly, GMC truck; II and H Motors, 12 7th S. E., Packard; C. O. or Pearl Wilkinson, Hotel HunCord, Packard; W. S. or Ilaiel M. Nelson, Thornton, Chevrolet. Realty Transfers Branch, Harrison R. & DonnaTjelle L. To D. M. Hummel & Thelma C.. JT. 51-00 WD Slfe of Lots 1 Jk 2 in Blk S A. T. Parker Place, an Add. to M Cy. J1-1-19. Anderson, James S. & Helen M. To Park Board of the City of Clear Lake, Iowa $l.«fl WD Lots 1, y, 3, 4, 5 & « Blk SHEPHERD'S Mason City's Most Colorful Address 15 PASTEL TINTS 9 DEEP COLORS ONLY FORD IN ITS FIELD OFFERS A V-8 ENGINE the type of engine used in America's costliest cars A BEAUTIFUL DULL FINISH SO WATERPROOFED IT CAN BE WASHED 10 TIMES OR MORE I I • O'BRIEJI i • • Mason City's Most Colorful Address SHEPHERD'S PAI NT & WALLPAPER 27 First St. S. E. Phone 1362 ONLY FORD OFFERS A TOO H. P. V-8 No other low-priced car offers you so much horsepower . . . eight cylinders ... a V-type engine. No other offers so much hip and shoulder room. No other has the Ford "Feel." Whitt sidtwolt lifts evof/aU« at tflra coir. ONLY FORD HAS THE FASHION ACADEMY MEDAL Take the wheel. Yes, Ford was selected by New York's famed Fashion Academy as the "Fashion Car of the Year." And it feels as good as it looks. Try the new Ford "Feel." You'll want to order today. try the new Ford FEEL at your Ford Dealer's PRITCHARD MOTOR CO. "Your Friendly Ford Dealer" 202 1ST ST. N. E. PHONE 921 ENTER FORD'S $1OO,OOO CAR-SAFETY CONTEST * SEE US FOR ENTRY BLANK

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