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10 Oct. 8, 1949 M»on Clly Globe-G«iette, Mason Ctty, IB. North Iowa Football Waverly Gohawks Drub Charles City 32-0 Waverly—The powerful Waverly Gohawks ran their undefeated string to 5 straight here Friday night by drubbing the Charles City Comets 32-0 in a N6rtheast Iowa conference game. Coach Mart Brandes' team has now; scored 152 points to 20 for the opposition this season. Waverly led at halftime 14-0 as the Comets had only one yard in the gain column by intermission. John Vilmont scored 2 touchdowns on short runs, and Bill Garner added another, Kromer passed to Dale Coonradt for 2 scores, covering 32 and 7 yards. Myron Ziebarth played the best defensive ball for the losers. Webster City Lynx Peat Eagle Grove 34-21 Webster City—The high-flying Webster City Lynx scored their 3rd straight North Central conference win by defeating Eagle Grove 34-21 here Friday night in a hard fought game. Gene Twedt, Webster City back, scored 3 touchdowns for the Lynx and figured in 2 others. The Lynx garnered 24 first downs and connected on 14 of 23 tries on passing. The passing of Lynn Howell, and the running of Dick Ellsworth and Doc Morgan were the outstanding features of the Eagle Grove eleven. Ventura Vikings Dump Manly 18-13 Clear Lake—The Ventura Vikings dumped a favored Manly team 18-13 here Friday. Mike Kinsella and Doug Tienan paced the Ventura offense which rolled up 263 yards. Kinsella scored on a 15- yard run and Tienan on 8 and 10- yard jaunts. Both of the Manly touchdowns came in the 4th period, one on a Open Drive to Detect Unknown Diabetics pass and the other on around right end. a sweep Northwood's Unbeaten Club Triumphs 45-0 Northwood — Scoring in every quarter, the Northwood Vikings scored their 5th straight win of the season and their 4th North Iowa • conference victory by downing the Britt Eagles 45-0 here Friday night. Touchdowns were scored by Alvin Anderson, Dave Johnson, Hubert Hinds, Russell Schaub, and Harlan Williams. Anderson and Schaub were the offensive mainstays for Northwood • while Williams did an outstanding job on defense. Lions, Emmetsburg Battle to 0-0 Tie Emmetsburgr—In a game where there was all defense and little offense, the Emmetsburg and Clear Lake high school football teams played to a 0-0 tie here Friday night in an non-conference game. John Monaghan and Dean Anderson were the Clear Lake Standouts while Papadakes was outstand ing for Emmetsburg. Both teams threatened several times but were not able to score. Pocahontas Gridders Trim Livermore 6-0 , Livermore—Scoring their only touchdown in the 2nd period, the Pocahontas high school football team downed a fighting Livermore team 6-0 in a game played here Friday night. D. Monkelien scored the only touchdown of the game when he plunged over from the 5-yard line. Bloomburg and Johnson were the outstanding players for Pocahontas while Davis and Vaudt looked the best for Livermore. Livermore outyarded Pocahontas but couldn't score the needed points. Cresco Shuts Out Lime Springs 19-0 Cresco — In a non-conference game, Cresco defeated Lime Springs 19-0 here Friday night. Don Hunter, Bud Klingle and Roger Waller scored for the Spartans. . Skip Dureff converted the extra point. Cresco piled up 206 yards to 66 rushing and Klingle made the game's longest run, 57 yards. Wayne Betz and Don Gooder stood out on defense for the winners with Bernie Lammers looking best for the visitors. Decorah Bumps Osage in 19-6 Loop Contest Osagre—Decorah maintained its Medical Units May Take Part Everyone Urged to Consult Physician Des Molnes — Nearly 800,000 persons are believed to be suffering from diabetes in the United States without knowing that they have it. Their first knowledge of diabetes may tome when they must be rushed suddenly to the hospital, seriously ill. . Action to find these unknown diabetics will begin Oct. 10 to 16 when a nation-wide diabetes detection drive will be sponsored by the American diabetes association in co-operation with the Iowa state department of health. County medical societies are being asked to take part in this drive by facilitating the screening of the population in their area for possible diabetics. A urine examination properly performed may detect an otherwise unsuspected condition of diabetes and everyone is urged to consult their family physician, particularly if there are any symptoms of diabetes. These are: Loss of weight, unusual thirst, frequent xirination, unusual fatigue or blurred vision. A diabetic, controlled by modern methods of treatment, can be assured of living a natural lease of life. Educational materials on diabetes may be obtained from the Iowa state department of health, Des Moines 19, Iowa, or the American Diabetes association, 81 Bay State Road, Boston 15, Mass. A new film on diabetes, "T h e Story of Wendy Hill," is available on loan without charge, from the division of public health education, Iowa state department of health, to schools, clubs or other groups in the state. FRESHIES COOL OFF —Shown here are the freshmen of Upper Iowa university at Fayette as the sophomores dragged them across the Volga river as part of the annual scrap day. The result of the tug-o-war is still being argued. When the rope broke the sophs pulled the freshmen across the river. The freshmen retaliated by throwing the sophs in. The judges got wet and obligingly called the contest a draw. As a result of the series of contests held, the freshmen will have to wear their beanies 6 more weeks. FHA Experts to Explain Loans Iowa Falls — Plan^ are announced for a meeting Monday evening for an explanation of FHA loans. The meeting will be in the Central school auditorium with Harry L. Ladman of Clarion and Irwin C. Christiansen of Iowa Falls, FHA supervisors in this territory, in charge. Frederick R. Schneider of Ames, state field representative, will be one of the speakers. Others who wil take part are M. Dewey Gilbert of Iowa Falls, Verner Eller of Hubbard, Marvin Schwebke of Eldora, members of the FHA county committee. The meeting will be open to the public. There will be an opportu- H E R E T H E R Greene, Nora Springs Play to 6-6 Deadlock Greene —,- Greene apd Nora •Springs played to a 6-6 tie here Friday night in a Corn Bowl conference game. Both clubs scored in the 2nd period. Greene finished off a 50-yard march down the field with Bob Weiss, cracking over from the 2-yard line. The Orioles came right back and Bob Buehler went 60 yards on an end-around play for a touchdown. Greene threatened in the 3rd period when they moved to the Nora Springs 2-yard stripe but after 4 plays Greene was still on the 2. Weiss was a standout for Greene on both offense and defense with Buehler and Kollman, playing best for Nora Springs. Nashua Scores 41-6 Victory Over Riceviile Nashua—Leading at halftime 34-0, the Nashua high school football team went on to win a 41-6 football game from Riceviile, here •Friday night for their 3rd straight Corn Bowl conference win. Jim Conner and Harold Bigelow each scored 3 touchdowns for Nashua with one of Bigelow's coming on a 72-yard run. Conner carried the ball 9 times for a net yardage of 91 yards. Keith Mclnroy scored the lone Riceviile touchdown in the final quarter. With Conner out of the game in the 2nd half, the teams battled on fairly even terms. 3rd place rating in the Northeast Iowa conference with a 19-6 win over psage here Friday night. Osage is still looking for a loop win after 4 tries. Elwood Syverson scored twice for the Vikings and Roger Rima once. Hamlet Peterson converted the successful point. Bob Swanson counted for the hosts. Decorah held only a 138-130 yard edge in rushing and a 10 yard edge in passing. George McGuire paced the Osage attack. Rude looked good on defense lor the Vikings. Belmond Wins 43-20 From Lake Mills Belmond — The Belmond Broncos retained slim hopes of capturing the North' Iowa conference crown here Friday night by beating Lake Mills 43-20 after a 24-6 halftime edge. Keith Greenfield and Jack; Riggs each counted 3 touchdowns for the victors with one of Riggs' coming on a 65- yard run. Thompson and Christenson played the best ball for the losers. Hampton's Bulldogs Defeat Algona 12-0 Hampton—The Hampton Bulldogs kept their North Central conference title hopes alive here Friday night and knocked Algona from the running by scoring a 12-0 victory at homecoming. Don Heins went around end for 26 yards and a score in the first period and he counted again in the 3rd stanza by intercepting a pass Debate Farm Measures at Club Program West Union — Five experts on the domestic agriculture situation will debate proposed farm legislation in a special meeting to be held here Tuesday evening. The session, which is being sponsored by the West Union Citizens club, as a part of its service to agriculture program, will begin at 8 p. m. at the West Union high school auditorium. Speakers will include Rex Conn, farm editor of the Cedar Rapids Gazette; Prof. Don Kaider, Iowa State college, Ames; Harvey E. Hazen, Des Moines, chairman of the USDA Production Marketing committee for Iowa; Dan Ryan, Parkersburg, democratic candidate for congress in the 1948 election, and Doctor Elliott Waples, farm loan supervisor for the Midland Mortgage company, Cedar Rap- Fertile—Mrs. Lawrence Jenkins and twin daughters, Bonnie Ray and Donnie Kay, were dismissed from Mercy hospital at Mason City. Mrs. Jenkins' cousin, Ed Zobel, and wife of Clear Lake are also the parents of twins, a boy and a girl, born on the same day. Wesley—Mr. and Mrs. George Hirner returned recently from Quincy, 111., where they spent a week with Alice Hirner and -Mrs. Henry Soebbing. They also spent several days with his 2 brothers, Leo and Loren at Palmira, Mo. St. Ansear—Mrs. Delia Larson plans on leaving this week for Dallas, Texas, where she will nity for asking questions conditions under which loans may be granted. about FHA ids. Bernard W. Ebbing, vocational agriculture instructor for West Union high school, will serve as moderator for the panel, which will discuss the Brannan plan as well as other proposed farm legislation. St. Ansgar Victor Over Rockford 13-0 Rockford—Scoring single touchdowns in the first and 2nd quarters the St. Ansgar Saints rolled to their 3rd straight conference win by beating Rockford 13-0 here Friday night in a Corn Bowl game. Andy Houg was the outstanding player of the game and figured in several long runs. Iowa Falls Cadets Defeat Clarion 20-13 Iowa Falls—The Iowa Falls Cadets scored their 2nd straight North Central conference victory here,Friday night by downing the Clarion -Cowboys 20-13. Gene Sprout scored all of the Cadet touchdowns which came in the first, 3rd and 4th periods. Chester Henry went 40 yards for a Clarion score in the 2nd period and Dick Rohrer counted in the final period. and going 40 yards to score. Forest City Wins 3rd Loop Game 13-0 \ Buffalo Center—The rampaging Forest City Indiarjs racked up their 3rd straight North Iowa conference game here Friday night by defeating the Buffalo Center eleven 13-0. The Indians combined all their scoring punch in the 2nd quarter with Fox and Eddy going over for the touchdowns. Both touchdowns were scored after 2 long marches downfield. Forest City used spinner and reverse plays to fool Buffalo Center in the first half but the Bisons played the Indians on even terms during the final half. Farmer Near Ackley Erects Largest Bin for Storage of Corn Ackley — Ollie Janssen, farmer living northeast of Ackley, erected the longest bin in the county for corn storage. The bin, 50 by 100 feet, has a reported capacity of 100,000 bushels and also contains room enough for tractor storage. In addition to his farm near Austinville, Janssen also owns and manages a farm near Bradford. spend 2 weeks visiting in the home of her cousin, Lillian Yale. Lakota—Mrs. William Schadendorf is at her sbn Alfred's at Lone Rock helping >in the home. Her 12 year grandaughter has polio and is at the Blarik Memorial hospital at Des Moines. Joice—Herbert Trettevik of Seattle, Wash., and Stanley Bogge of New York City, a student at Luther college, Decorah, were guests in the Iver Stensrud home The men were former colleagues of Robert Stensrud at Fergus Falls Minn. Swca City — Dr. R. F. Snydei was in Des Moines recently taking a refresher course at Still college Joice—Mr. and Mrs. L. O. Randall, local business persons, and Mr. and Mrs. William Bryant, Jr., and Steven of Mason City were recent guests at the paternal C. A. Randall home at Balsam Lake, Wis. They also attended the golden wedding of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Randall at Luck, Wis. Greene—Mrs. Alice Goffett of Allison is a medical patient at the Riverview hospital, Greene. Goodell—Messrs. Harvey Harberts, Ira Langlitz and Howard Dominy went to Sioux City Monday and bought cattle to feed. Corwith — Kathryn Kelch and her uncle George Kelch are visiting relatives near Peoria, 111. Buffalo Center—Mrs. Fred Limberg and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Limberg visited in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Westendorf at Lake Mills recently. Mrs. Westendorf fell from the porch and fractured her ankle. Marble Rock — Frank and Ada Shultz returned home from Canada where they spent several weeks visiting and looking after harvest- Kiester, Minn.— Mr. and Mrs. James A. Underwood returned lome after spending a week vacationing at Winnipeg, Canada, rand Forks, N. Dak., and northern Minnesota. Hanlontown — Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hauber of Canton, 111., were recent visitors at the home of .Mrs. Ida Lockrem and Virgil. Scarville—Mrs. E. G. Oppedahl is convalescing at her home following major surgery at a Mason City hospital. She is being cared for by her daughter, Mrs. Kenneth Toresdahl, of Eagle Grove. Ionia—Hubert Testroat left for Chicago where he has employment. Hubert returned recently from 8 years of service in the navy and spent 2 weeks here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Tes- troat, and family. Alexander—Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Latham of Hampton and Mr. and Mrs. William Latham and children of Eagle Grove were guests at the Willard Latham home. Thompson—Mrs. Golden Combs and Mrs. Lyle Authier visited at Topeka, Kans., with Cpl. Lyle Authier. \Vaucoma—Mr. and Mrs. Leon MacDonald of Elma, who bought Young's cafe, took it over Oct. 1. Hanlontown—Mrs. John "Waitman of Tina, Mo., spent the past week at the home of her son-in- law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs, E. Horton Bolin. Hampton—Dr. and Mrs, K.' L. Sykes were called to Grand Island, Nebr., by the illness of Mrs. Sj'kes' sister. Goodell—Mayor and Mrs. J. J. Cook, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Rienhart, Merrie June and Nancy Jean visited in the parental Melvin Rienhart home at Huxley. Stilson — Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Huling and children of Spencer Hear Experts Garner—Assessors from 11 north central Iowa counties met at the courthouse in. Garner and engaged in a roundtable discussion with Louis Cook, tax consultant for the state tax commission as moderator. Cook also discussed methods used by the state tax commission in equalization work. Leo English, Greene county assessor, talked to the group on the method of assessment used in Greene county the past year. Greene count^ was assessed by mail without fieldmen and the experimental process has received the attention of all county assessors and the tax commission. Assessor English advised that considerable more personal property was listed by individuals and the method was worked very sat- Adult Groups Study Farming, Homemaking West Union — A series of 10 adult classes in agriculture and homemaking, sponsored by the West Union public school, will begin at 8 p. m. Wednesday with separate classes for men and women. The 2 groups will combine on the last meeting, Dec. 21, for a potluck dinner and special program. Topics for the homemaking lessons will be on how to use color in yout home, overcoming architectural defects in your home, a step-saving kitchen, frozen food demonstrations by International Harvester company, how to make your own drapes, holiday gifts, wrappings and table decorations, refinishing furniture, furniture selection, new dessert and baking ideas, and outlook for prices in the home. Miss Marion Johnston, high school homemaking instructor, will be leader. Agriculture meetings under Bernard Ebbing, vocational agriculture instructor; will be 2 on swine type, 2 on soil conservation, animal protein factor and vitamins, lamb production, corn varieties, swine diseases, wills and farm out- QUEEN OF GREEN DEVILS— Mary Lee Lievrouw, 16, senior in the Osage high school, was crowned homecoming queen at the game with Decorah Friday night. She has dark hair, deep blue eyes, measures 20 inches around the waist and has to stretch to make 5 feet. .The little bundle of energy is twirler, color bearer for parades, cheer leader, member of the Osage high school band, plays basketball and is a member of the Thespian dramatic society. isfactorily. A more detailed study of the system will be made at the annual school of instruction for assessors in Des Moines Nov. 14, 15 and 16. County Auditors W. R. Christiansen of Northwood and R, D. Moorhead of Hampton were present for the meeting. Counties represented were Mitchell, Worth, Cerro Gordo, Franklin, Wright, Greene, Kossuth, Palo Alto, Emmett, Winnebago and Hancock. look. A nursery will be operated by the Y-Teens, with an adult supervisor, for the convenience of families attending. Light refreshments will be served after the meetings, which will be held every Wednesday evening. Rites Held at Garner for Victim of Crash Wesley—Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Rasmussen were .called ot Brookings, S. Dak., by the death of tha latter's nephew, Danny Alborn, aged 2. months, in an auto-truck collision Oct. 3. Mrs. Alborn never regained consciousness and died the same evening in a Brookings hospital. Mr. Alborn suffered a broken jaw bone and head injuries. His condition remains critical. A 4 year old son of the Alborns escaped with minor cuts and bruises. The family was returning from a weekend visit with the Rasmus- sens and were nearly home when the crash occurred. Funeral services were held in Garner Saturday. ing. Hanlontown — Mayor and Mrs. Ed Whiteside have purchased the former Steven Fryer house from Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Eckard, Jr., and are moving into it this week. Mr. Whiteside is the operator of the local welding shop. Mr. and Mirs. Eckard have moved to Ma- Oelwein's Rice Runs Wild Over Cedar Falls Cedar Falls—Dusty Rice broke loose for the greatest spree of his career, 6 touchdowns, as Oelwem won its 3rd Northeast Iowa loop •test without defeat, 46-6 over Cedar Falls here Friday night. The Huskies are tied at the league top with unbeaten Waverly. Rice went 95 yards with a kickoff for his longest T. D. and converted one of 4 extra points made. Bobby Clark scored the other Hustle marker. Gene McGrew counted for Cedar Falls. Football Scores NORTH IOWA Belmonfl 43, Lake Mills 21). Clear Lake 0, Emmetsbarg 0. Cresco 19, Lime Spring! 0.. East. Des Moines SI. Mason City 13. Decorah 10, Osaje fl. Forest City 13, Buffalo Center 0. Greene fi, Nora Springs 6. Hampton 12, Alrona 0. Iowa Falls 20, Clarion 13. Nashua. 41, Ktceville 6. Northwood 45, Britt 0. Oclwcin 4B, Cedar Falls (5. Pocahontas fi, Livermore 0. Kenwick 7, Garner 6. St. Ansftar 13. Rockforil 0. Ventura 18, Manly 13. Waverly K, Charles Clly 0. Webster City :U, Eagle Grove 21. AROUND THE STATE Albia 39, Perry 0. Atlantic 25. CUrlnda 0. Bonne 30. Grliinell 0, Burlington 35, Fort Madison 7. Creston 153, Red Oak 10. Cedar Rapid* Wilson 0, Cedar Rapids McKinlcy 0. Carroll H. Denlsan ID. Dubnqne 14, Iowa City 7. Esthcrvllle SM, Sibley 0. Knnxvllle 20, Ccntervllle 0. Mount Pleasant fl, Mmcallne 0. Otlumwa 38, Keokuk 12. Spencer 34, Storm Lake fl. Sioux Clly Catholic 32, Blonz City Eait 0. Shenandoah 20, Corning 0. Waterloo West 37, Ames II. FRIDAY COLLEGE Washburn 13, Omaha (I. VTartburg 6. nnena Vlita 0. Iowa Central 13, Parsons B. Iowa Wesleyan 32, Eureka 13. Drake 48, Sor.th Dakota (J. Alabama 48, Dnquesne 8. Sun Francisco 88, Detroit 14. North Dakota 21, Autu»Un» (SD) 0. Temple 27, Syracuse 11. Former Resident of Nora Springs Dies Nora Springs — Word was received here of the death of William E. Sprague, 84, former resident of Nora Springs, who died at Portland, Ore., Sept. 21. Funeral services were held at Portland Sept. 24. Mr. Sprague, a son of Henry and Charlotte Sprague, was born March 24, 1865, on a farm in F16yd county, lie was one of 6 children, all of whom have preceded him in death with the exception of a brother, Wilbur, who resides in Nora Springs. On Dec. 19, 1887, he was united in marriage to Elizabeth Whitbeck. Six children were born to the couple, and all but one survive. One daughter, Carrie, died son City. Marble Rock Mr. and Mrs. William Bucklen of Long Beach, Cal., are visiting in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Bucklen. Northv/ood—Mr. and Mrs. Glen Rye and 3 children, his father, A. O. Rye, and uncle, Clarence Rye, of Florida, visited Mrs. Christine Rye near Hanlontown on Sunday. Feb. 19, 1922. Mr. Sprague lived in Floyd county until 1911, when he moved to Oregon, living at Silverton until 1918. He moved to Portland then and became associated with Blake, Moffett and Towne, where he was employed for 30 years, retiring in 1947, due to poor health. He is survived by his wile, Elizabeth; 5 children, Mrs. Ralph (Nina) Breakey, Mrs. Fred (\Vil~ ma) Standring, and Harry Sprague, all of Portland, Mrs. Warrel (Doris) Baker and Leon Sprague of Seattle, Wash.; one brother, Wilbur Sprague of Nora Springs. Dies at Minneapolis Bancroft—Funeral services for Miss Hulda Hulterstrum, 67, who died at a hospital in Minneapolis Oct. 4, were held at the Lutheran church Friday with burial in Greenwood cemetery. She leaves a sister Hattie and a brother Victor of Bancroft and a brother Ed of Baraboo, Wis. Another sister lives in North Dakota. Miss Hulterstrum moved to Minneapolis 15 years ago. Garner — The Garfield Lively Workers 4-H demonstration team has been selected to represent Hancock county at the Dairy Cattle Congress at Waterloo Saturday. Scavville—Mr. and Mrs. Thelford Throntviet and son Mark left for a visit at the home of Mrs. Throntviet's parents Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Bilstad at Callandar en- route to their home in Chicago. Leland — Mrs. Donald Bailey, who before her marriage was Helen Bakken, came from Waverly and visited in the home of her father, Albert Bakken. Garner—Mr. and Mrs. James Wolf are the parents of a daughter born at the Municipal hospital in Forest City Monday. This is the couple's first child. Wolf is employed as bookkeeper at the Hancock County National bank. Otranto — Mr. and Mrs. T. P. Lenz have returned after spending several weeks at Glenwood harvesting their peach crop. Coulter — The C. P. Christiansen family enjoyed an annual reunion and picnic at Greenwood park at Eagle Grove recently. Lake Mills—Mr. and Mrs. M. O. Godtland, Mrs. F. C. Nash, Duane Field and Floyd Nash left for Eagle River, Wis. Mrs. Godtland and Mrs. Nash are visiting Elvina Carlson at Minneapolis while the men are on a fishing trip farther north. Plymouth—Mrs. Minnie Sheka Reindl of Minneapolis Is visiting in the homes of her brothers, W. H. Sheka and Fred Sheka and Mrs. Julia Sheka. were recent guests in the home of the Virgil Everetts. Wesley—Mr. and Mrs. Chester Hugelen and family and Mrs. Annie Hugelen of Leland and Mr. and Mrs. Martin Erickson of Thompson were recent guests of Mrs. Anne Funnemark, Alma and Julius. Chester—Mrs. Mabel Howe and son, Kenneth, of Decorah and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Howe of Waukon were recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. George Ness. Hayficld—About 75 women relatives and friends held a post nuptial shower honoring Mrs. Darreld Petersen, nee Zelma Schnebly. Klemme — Mr. and Mrs. Will Bielefeld and Mr. and Mrs, John Kruckenberg of Sheffield visited Charles Bielefeld recently. LeRoy, Minn.— Sandra Brownlow is home from Minneapolis where she was a polio patient a few weeks in the Sheltering Arms hospital. Britt — The Methodist junior choir met at the home of Mrs. Lowell Brooks on Saturday and elected officers. Miss Kathy Hayes is the new president. Carpenter—A postnuptial shower was held at the parish house recently in honor of Mrs. Eugene Priem, a recent bride. Briti^—Mrs. Clara O'Rourk have returned after a 3 weeks' visit at Madrid and a week at the home of her granddaughter and hus- Mitchell County 4-H Girls to Enter State Contest for Records Osage—-Longtime records of 2 outstanding Mitchell county 4-H club girls have been selected for entrance in the state 4-H contest. Mary Lou Woodward's record has been entered in the girls' record contest and Helen Angell's competition is to be in the clothing record book. Helen has a 4-year record of club work and is 15. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Rollin Angell. Mary Lou has a 7-year record and this past year was a member of the East Lincoln Larks. She is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Woodward of Orchard and this fall entered Iowa State college, Ames, as a freshman. Reports Approved Garner — Hancock county supervisors Monday approved the quarterly reports of County Clerk Ruth Hughes, County Auditor" Maynard Schoneman and County Recorder Fern Peck Katter. The ,clerk's report listed receipts totaling $1,299.25 which included $600 in fines. The recorder's report listed fees totaling $534.50, and the auditor's report fees totaling $35.75. Officers Elected by U1U Student Council Fayette—Election of officers for the Upper Iowa university student council resulted as follows: Wayne Schictl, Burt, president; Dallas Moon, Prescott, vice president, and Darlene Patterson, Wadena, secretary-treasurer.' Sponsors Party Lakota—The Legion Auxiliary is sponsoring a Halloween party for the young people Monday night, Oct. 31. Each of the business places has a box to receive polio fund donations. A queen will be crowned that night. LYONS/] Complete Grading on Farm-to-Market Road Garner—Greene and Groesbeck, Des Moines contractors, have completed the grading on 2 miles of .farm-to-market road in Ellington to\vnship, according to County Engineer Charles F. Merten. The firm has 5£ miles to complete and with favorable weather will finish the project early in November. Hanson Rites Held St. Ansgar — Funeral services for Mrs. H. B. Hanson, 71, were held at the First Lutheran church Friday at 2 p. m., the Rev. Olaf Langehough officiating. She died Wednesday after an illness of 4 months. She is survived by her husband and 4 sisters, Mrs. Mina Hanson, Mrs. Eddie Hanson, Mrs. Magnus Hanson and Miss Matilda Johnson, all of St. Ansgar. band, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hayes, at Maquoketa. Northwood — Mr. and Mrs. Ed Struck of Austin, Minn., visited Mrs. J. J. Page recently. Alta Vista — A fellowship dinner was held in the Evangelical United Brethren church parlors here as a welcome reception for the new minister, the Rev. John Allsbury. Bancroft — Dean Mortenson entered the Veterans hospital at Des Moines for treatment. Lake Mills — Mr. and Mrs. La- Noyne Ault of Ostrander, Minn., are the parents of a daughter born Sept. 21. for AMANA Home Freezers it's 20 East State Phono 17 ~ GARAGE MEN AND REPAIR MEN USE OUR COMPLETE MACHINE SHOP SERVICE Special tools, machinery and facilities combined with years of experience In the automotive field assure substantial satisfaction. Avail yourself of this most complete automotive machine shop and replacement parts service. Give us a ring: when you have a job. We'll do the rest. Berry Machine and Motor Parts 118 South Delaware Ave. Mason City, IOWA Yelland & Hanes 11 EAST STATE

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