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Kuan City Gtobe-Gaielte, Mason City. 1.. 2 Violate Game Laws, Arrested . l r Lee and aid D. Rafferty, both of Mason City, were arrested by Conservation Officer F. E. Morley on charges of violating state hunting regulations. Lee, charged with having an assembled gun in his car, pleaded guilty and was fined $25 before Justice O. H. Swenson. Rafferty pleaded guilty to charges of shooting a rifle over a highway and was fined $25 and costs by Justice Emory*t)leson. New Hampton Pioneer Succumbs to illness; Hold Rites Saturday New Hampton—Funeral services for Michael Leichtman, 85, will be held Saturday at 2 p. m. in the Perry chapel with the Rev. Theodore L. Fritschel, pastor of 'St. Paul's Lutheran church, officiating. Mr. Leichtman died Oct. 5, after an illness of 10 days. Michael Leichtman, Jr., was born near Spillville Oct. 4, 1864, son of Mr. and Mrs. Michael Leichtman. He was married to Miss Anna Smuh. His wife, one daughter, Mrs. Clarence Schmidt, of New Hampton, a sister, Mrs. Elizabeth Konzen of New Hampton, 2 brothers, Joseph of New Hampton and Frank of McHenry, N. Dak., survive. Alumni, Friends to Be Honored at Teachers College Funeral Thursday for Forest City Pioneer Forest City — Funeral services were held Thursday afternoon for Nels Peter Nelson, one of Forest City's oldest residents and a businessman here for 34 years, who died Monday at the age of 89. Funeral services were held at the Olson funeral home with the Rev. Floyd Bergfalk in charge and the Rev. C- H. Pettersen assisting. Burial was made in the First Baptist cemetery. Mr. Nelson was born Feb. 10, 1860, in Smoaland, Sweden, and came to Forest City in 1894. He operated a shoe repair shop here from 1912 until 1946. He is survived by his wife 'and 6 children, Hulda and Mrs. Kenneth Benson, both of Chicago, and Florence, Esther, Harry and George of Forest City. A son Paul, died in October, 1918, and a daughter, Ruth, died in October, 1937. AS PURE AS MONEY CAM BUY RECEIVES AWAHD—Dr. N. G. Alcock, retiring head of the department of urology at the State University n't Iowa college of medicine, was recently presented with the distinguished service award for 1949 by the Mississippi Valley Medical society. Rites Friday for New Hampton Man New Hampton—Funeral services for Dan Donohue, 82, were held Friday morning in St. Patrick's Catholic church in Iowa City. Mr. Donohue died Thursday from a heart attack. He had been ill 5 weeks. He was married to Julia Fitzpatrick there in June, 1898. Besides his wife, 5 children survive. They are E. P. Donohue of New Hampton, Joseph Donohue of Fond du Lac, Wis., Dr. Leonard J. Donohue of Muscatine, Dr. J. Louis Donohue of Iowa City and Mrs. Alberta Arnold of Louisville, Ky. Will Be Guests at Homecoming Annual Celebration to Be Held Oct. 20-22 Cedar Falls—Approximately 50 campus organizations at the Iowa State Teachers college will honor returning alumni and friends at the 28th annual homecoming celebration Oct. 20 to 22, according to Dean Paul Bender, chairman of the homecoming committee. One of the features of the weekend celebration will be the many teas, coffee hours, breakfasts, luncheons and dinners planned for homecoming. The 5 residence halls—Bartlett, Lawther, Baker, Seerley and Stadium—are all having "Open House" Saturday afternoon (Oct. 22). Returning alumni who lived off campus while attending Teachers college will be honored in the small lounge of the Commons Saturday afternoon. .Several college departments— business education, mathematics, music, art and industrial arts— will welcome returning grads with Special parties. Most of the fraternities and sororities as well as many clubs and church groups are also planning group activities to honor home- comers. The 3 day celebration starts Thursday, Oct. 20 at'8 p. m. with the presentation of the homecoming play, "Street. Scene." The play will be repeated Friday night and Saturday afternoon. The climax to the weekend's activities will be Saturday night when the Panthers meet August- ana college of Sioux Falls, S. Dak., under the lights at O. R. Latham field. Gun Club Reorganizes West Union — The West Union Gun club has reorganized and will hold meetings every Tuesday and Thursday evening in the courthouse basement. Officers named for the coming year are Carl Stendel, president; John Kiple, Sr., vice president; Clayton Schreiner, secretary and treasurer, and Theol- bald Philips, instructor. The Bronx Zoo displays its brilliantly colored tropical birds in the Jewel Room, where visitors stand in darkness and look into small beautifully planted compartments lighted by fluorescent tubes in order to see the brilliant plumage to best advantage. JC's DINE AT BRUT—At a dinner meeting at Britt the Junior Chamber of Commerce was honored by the presence of Don Hutchings of Des Moines, president of the Iowa state Junior Chamber of Commerce. The occasion was the first anniversary of the Britt club. Standing in the background are, left to right, Stanley C. Brandt, president of the Britt Junior Chamber, and Mr. Hutchings. HERE THERE When Your Appearance Counts For the business appointments or that evening date you'll want to look your level best'. . . and that requires clean and neatly pressed clothes. Assure yourself of your best appearance by sending your clothes to us for tops in Cleaning and Dyeing service. Phone 396 For First Class Dyeing and Dry Cleaning Service Mason City Dyers & Cleaners! Mason City, Iowa I 1414 North Federal Ave. • »• Now, try this lighter beer—old favorite of millions. How light it is ::: how smooth and ] mellow! Words can't tell you; i but one taste can! THEO. HAMM BREWING CO. ST. PAUL, MINN. So Smooth ... So Mellow So Light . IHSTRIBUTF.n BV; MASON CITY BROKERAGE CO. 7«1-S Snulh Federal A vim* Phone 1800 Franklin Jury List Selected Hampton—The October term of district court will open here Oct. 24 with Judge H. E. Fry, Boone, presiding. Petit jurors are: Myrtle Sheets, C. L. Huff, Mrs. Lee M. Lemke, Mrs. Henry Cahill, L. L. Garrison, Mrs. Fred E. Hugh art, Mrs. Merle Johnson, Jack Werth, Mrs. Rex. I. Manatt, Mrs. H. R. Smith, Mrs. Ralph Thompson, Mrs. Dwight Little, Claude Jackson, Hampton; George Boehlje, Emma Wearda, Pearl Orr, W. A. Bokmeier, Edith Humberg, George Boelk, H. R. Atkinson, Ambie Barnes, Harold Oldag, G. W. Rust, E. E. Hawke, Sheffield. Harry Lind, Coulter; Harm Miller, Mrs. Roy Morgan, Mrs. Chris Lambert, Henry Brower, Mrs. Leon Clock, Mrs. Tom Schear, Geneva; Mrs. Louisa Lehmann, R. B. Williams, Henry F. Brower, B. A. Rankin, Mrs. Russel Wagner, Mrs. Ottile Duit, Henry Thies, Grant; Alfred Jorgensen, Hamilton. Mrs. Glen Davis, Mrs. E. T. Hannah, Grace Taylor, Mrs. J. C. Garrett, H. A. Missildine, Ingham; Floyd Muhlenbruch, Gerald Beenen, William Pruyn, Latimer; Walter Kelderhouse, Lee; Martin Larsen, Mrs. Raymond Krabbe, Mrs. J. B. Sanders, Marion; Mrs. LaVeene Lemkc, Adolph Butenhoff, Mrs. Harry Hograbe, Morgan; Alva Personett, J. S. VanWert, L. D. Dudley, Roily Koenigsberg, Mott; Blanche Busch, Myrta McMurray, Oakland. Luke King, Harry Sinning, John Roegner, Fred Schachterle, Perl Hembd, Henrietta Meyer, Osceola; Birdell Butson, Reeve; Will H. Bruns, L. B. Freie, Richland; C. A. Banker, Peter DeVries, Ross; H. A. Peters, Fred Larsen, Scott; Mrs. Dale Agler, Wisner. John Halfwassen, The percentage of Americans who own life insurance increases as the income increases, with 45 per cent of those earning under $1,000 a year owning policies and 91 per cent of those earning $7,500 or over owning them. Chester—Lt. Comdr. and Mrs. R. E. Larson of San Diego, Cal., are spending a 10-day leave with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Larson. Wesley—Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hildman and son Matt visited the Herman Lyons family at St. Paul. Calmar — Mrs. William Hazelton left recently for Waukesha, Wis., where she will visit her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Shephard, and family. Lakota — Dr. and Mrs. H. H. Murray left for San Francisco, Cal., to attend the national dental convention. From there they will go to Bremerton, Wash., to visit Mrs. Murray's brother. Waucoma—Mr. and Mrs. Nick Balk brought their son, Robert, home from Worrell hospital, Rochester, Minn. St. Ansgar—Mrs. Mary Erdman is visiting at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Ervin Ehlke, and family at Bertha, Minn. Mclntire — Mr. and Mrs. Roy Grace, Mr. and Mrs. Riley Sloan and Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Grace went on a pleasure trip along the Mississippi river. Alexander—Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Lentz and daughter Carol Ann of Austinville, and Mr. and Mrs. George Schulte and children were recent guests at the Harm Harms home. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Harms of Steamboat Rock also visited at the Harms home. Lake Mills—Mrs. Tom Nelson of Faith, S. Dak., and daughter, Mrs. Fred Tadsen of Minneapolis, are guests at the Gus Sheimo home. Hayfield — Mr. and Mrs. Art Abele celebrated their 40th wedding anniversary in the church parlors recently with about .50 relatives attending. Botle—Mrs. P. "W. Qually has returned from a visit with her aunt in Wiota, Wis. She was accompanied by a sister from Humboldt. Fertile—Miss Mabel Elthon returned home from Dallas, Texas, where she assisted with the work at the station of the Central American Mission board. Geneva—Mrs. Melvin Johnson and Mr. and Mrs. Loris Daily of Nora Springs were recent guests of their daughter and sister, Mrs Lester Thomas and family. Wesley—A daughter was born Oct. 1 to Mr. and Mrs. Ed Thissen at Mercy hospital, Ft. Dodge Mrs. • Thissen, nee Lillian Johnson, is the daughter of Mrs. Helen Johnson. Stilson—The Clarence DeWaarc amily of Milaca, Minn., visited n the home of Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Zuehl, and Fred Zuehl and other relatives. Wesley—Mr. and Mrs. L. L .ease attended a reception in Boone honoring Mrs. Ralph D Jacobson, recently elected state Dresident of the Legion Auxiliary She and Mr. Lease served a president and commander of th< 8th district in 1H42 and '43. MACES DR. D. E. BOYENGA, O.D. Eyes Examined - Glasses Fitted AH of Dr. Maces' Records Still on File. . New Location: 8 So. Delaware Phone 577 \\\\\\\MU111//////, WATCHES DIAMONDS 12 East State Alexander—Kenneth Myers and lomer Wirtz of Hampton spent days at Mankato, Minn., fish- MEETINGS In North Iowa DUMONT — Members of the American Legion Auxiliary and their families will hold a potluck supper Monday at 6:30 p. m. in the Legion hall. ALLISON—The annual mission rally will be held at the St. James Lutheran church Sunday. BURCHINAL—PTA will meet at the Burchinal school, Oct. 14 Lunch will be served. OSAGE—The Jenkins' Sunshine club elected Nancy Halverson president; Dixie Wilkes vice president, Lois Fuoss secretary. Ann Law treasurer, Joan Noble report- er, Peggy Zobel music chairman and Joan Theis photographer. KANAWHA—The Twin Lakes Conservation League held election of officers recently. John Brummund is president, Roy McNeish, vice president, and Bob Hewlett, secretary and treasurer. DIES IN CANADA Greene—Word has been received here of the death of Bert L. Fisher, 65, former resident of Greene, at his home in Canada. He died Sept. 19 of a heart attack. He is survived by the widow, 3 children, one brother and 2 sisters. He was married to Emma Heller of Greene and the couple moved to Canada 38 years ago. TICKETS AT DILLONS Gooclell—1C. B. Conklin o Clarkston, Wash., is visiting in the home of his niece, Mrs. Carl rreen. Corwith—Mrs. A. A. Miller has returned to her home from the Mercy hospital, Fort Dodge. Goodell—Jean Ahlstrom has returned to her college studies in Ames. Corwith—Mrs. Ona Jacobs accompanied Mr. and Mrs. John Chambers of Klemme, and Mrs. Mary Aldrick to Rutland, Pcoria and Chicago, in. Buffalo Center — Mrs. Anton Boeckholt left for Minneapolis, Minn., where she will visit her daughter, Mrs. Harry Olson. Bancroft-—Mrs. Nettie Peterson and Mr. and Mrs. Don Peterson of Los Angeles, Cal., returned home after several weeks' visit with relatives here. Marble Rock— Mr. and Mrs. Fred Gates of Faribault, Minn., spent a few days recently in the home of Misses Stella and Dorothy Bear. Hanlontown — Mr. and Mrs. Paul Greene of Vinton were recent visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Orcutt. Marble Rock—Mr. and Mrs. Dale Dixon are the parents of a daughter born at the Cedar Valley hospital in Charles City. T.akota—Mrs. Ernest Wnrtman and son, Billy visited in Kirksville. Mo., with her mother and stepfather, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Wiles. Alta Vista—Mr. and Mrs. John Frantzcn, Leo Hilsman, Miss Joan Frant7.en of this place, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Reynolds of Lourdes, Mr. nnd Mrs. Joe Ralph ot Jerico, Mr. and Mrs. Wnllcr Fair and Mr. and Mrs. Waliy Fair of Elma called on Joe Frant/on at a hospital in Rochester, Minn. Mrs. Leo Hilsman, who had been with her father there for a few days, returned home with them. ng. St. Ansgar—Mrs. Meta Krone- nan entered Mercy hospital, Maon City, Monday, where she will undergo surgery. Alexander—Mr. and Mrs. Ross liggins were visitors at the Gordon demons home at Humboldt, recently. Chapin—Mr. and Mrs. F. A. VEcCoy visited relatives at Craw- ordsville. Popejoy—Mrs. Anna Peterson of Ottawa, 111., is assisting in the care of her brother, Thomas Thompson, who is seriously ill in .he Kenneth Thompson home. Ionia—Roy Moore of Washing- ion, Iowa, spent a few days here with his wife and son, Ralph. Alta Vista—Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Ketberling of Dubuque were •ecent guests of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Alt. Mclntire—Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd S T elson enjoyed a visit with the former's mother, Mrs. Nelson, and 2 brothers and families, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Nelson and Mr. and Mrs. George Nelson, all of St. Paul, Minn. LeRoy, Minn.—H. Seese of Los Angeles is a guest in the home of his brother, K. Seese. Joice — Mrs. Tom Nelson oi Faith, S. Dak., and her daughter, Mrs. Fred Tadsen of Minneapolis visited friends at Joice a few days. The late Mr. Nelson, an uncle of Mrs. Ted Ramsey of Joice, served for/ some time as rural mail carrier at Joice several years ago. Kicster, Minn. — Mr. and Mrs. Karl Knudtson of Clear Lake, Iowa, were honored at a shower at the Walter Thompson home near Kiester, recently. Waucoma—Mrs. Sam Tassio of Dubuque is with her parents, the George Stribleys, since Friday when she was released from Allen Memorial hospital in Waterloo. Fenton—Loren, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Menz, recently submitted to an appendectomy at the Holy Family hospital in Estherville. Waucoma — Mrs. Lorraine Schichte is suffering from a back injury as the result of a fall at her home several days ago. Dumont—Recent guests in the Mrs. Lena Manifold home were Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Stamp and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Swanson and Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Davis all of Cedar Falls. Rake—Mrs. Edwin Sunde, Mrs. M. W. Smith, Mrs. Harold Johnson, Mrs. Ramon Nelson and Kenneth Nesheim attended the fall P. T. A. clinic at Clear Lake Wednesday. Wesley—Mae Studer, on vacation from work in Bell, Cal., was honored at a farewell dinner party at the parental Alf Studer home. Calmar — Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Kurth attended the silver wedding anniversary of her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Ross Rayner, at Lone Tree recently. Ionia—Jack Siglin was released from St. Joseph's hospital in New Hampton and brought to his home here to recuperate. Thompson—Robert Awe of Albert Lea, Minn., was a recent guest at the home of his mother, Mrs. Amelia Awe. War I Veteran Dies Suddenly at Charles City Charles City—Funeral services will be held at 2 p. m. Saturday at Grossmann's funeral home for William A. Hamm, 60, of 307 Thirteenth avenue, who died unexpectedly at the Cedar Valley hospital Thursday morning, where he had been a patient for the past 6 days. The Rev. James K. Delahooke, pastor of the First Methodist church will officiate and military rites will be conducted at Riverside cemetery. Born Oct. 27, 1888, in Cook county, Nebraska, he was the son of Riley and Sarah Hamm. He was a veteran of World war I. Mr. Hamm grew up on a farm in Chickasaw county and was a resident of Charles City the past 8 years. He had been employed at the Oliver plant here. Survivors include his wife, Florence and 2 sons, Bill,- of Charles Cityi and David, of San Sanali- ton, Cal., and his mother, Mrs. Sarah Hamm of Charles City, 5 brothers, Milo, Cleston and Charlie Hamm, all of Charles City, Arthur Hamm of Waterloo and Jerry Hamm of Waukon, and 4 sisters, Hazel and Josephine Goddard, Bessie Spurbeck, all of Charles City, and Clara Baumgardner. Rites Saturday for Rockford Resident Charles City—Funeral services will be held Saturday afternoon at Amery, Wis., for Andrew Rasdal, 68, of Rockford, who died Tuesday afternoon at the Cedar Valley hospital after a week's illness. Grossmann's. of Charles City and Rockford are in charge. Mr. Rasdal was born Feb. 17, 1881, in Norway, son of Ole and Mary Rasdal. He has been in the United States for the past 42 years and the last 6 years had resided in Rockford in the Charles Aurand home. He is survived by 1 brother, Ole, of Amery, Wis. Get MORE Rest Every Sleeping Hour for SPEED QUEEN; WASHERS • Come in and let UB show you why Spring-Air "Controlled Comfort" is best for you, and •very member of your famQy. 20 East State Phoue 17 • GUARANTEED FOR 15 YEARS Tyler-Ryan Furniture Company tni St. 8. E. Phon. Rail THE BIGGEST THING ABOUT OUR PLACE IS THE APPLAUSE WE GET ABOUT THE WE SERVE: • STEAKS — Cooked the Wqy You Order Them • ITALIAN SPAGHETTI • REAL HOME-MADE PIES « LARGE TASTY HAMBURGERS AIRPORT DINER Municipal Airport . . . Highway 18 ... West of Mason City Reservations For Late Dinners Appreciated r. IN PERSON CHARM All-Girl ORCHESTRA and CHOIR UNOEP THf OIKK1ION OF PHIL S P IT A L N Y with EVELYN and her MAGIC VIOLIN ... at Roosevelt Fieldhouse ^TJESDAY, OCT. 11. One performance only at 8:30 p. m. One of the finest attractions ever' presented in Mason City. Adm.: $3.60, $3.00, $2.40, Student tickets $1.20. All tax included. Sponsored by Business and Professional Women's Club and Lions club. TICKETS on sale at THE DILLON CO., clothing store, 14 East State. Here's the Shirt with the Soft Collar that won't v Wrinkle ... Ever! VAN HEUSEN "Century" THE SHIRT YOU'VE DREAMED ABOUT IS NOW AT DILLONS Its collar is soft and comfortable as a fine linen handkerchief—yet it stays neat, wrinkle-free all day long •—without starch or stays! Can't wilt, can't wrinkle—• and the collar points can't curl up! Not fused, not stitched—the patented can't-be-copied Van Heusen Century collar is one woven piece of special fabric. Wrinkles can't even be ironed in ... woven in fold line, can't be ironed wrong. Easy to launder . . quires less ironing, no starch—that means more comfort, more wear. re- NOBODY but VAN HEUSEN can make the CENTURY. 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