Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on October 7, 1949 · Page 30
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8 Oct. 6, 1949 Hasan Clt# Globe-Guttle, Mason City, la. Cornell College Plans 3-Day Weekend Homecoming THE REV. O. A. LANGEHOUGH WMF to Meet at St. Ansgar St. Ansgar—The 66th convention of the St. Ansgar circuit Women's Missionary Federation of the Evangelical Lutheran church will be held Tuesday at the First Lutheran church at St. Ansgar. This circuit comprises the largest division of the Iowa district and has 36 Ladies Aid societies located in North Central Iowa, with a total membership of nearly 4,000. A large delegation is expected. The theme of the convention is "Righteousness Exalteth a Nation" and the text is 1 Cor. 15:34. Registration will begin at 9:30 a. m. and the convention will open at 10 a. m. with the new circuit president, Mrs. Larry Hitter of Fertile, presiding. Devotion will be given by the Rev. O. A. Langehough, host pastor. Mrs. M. B. Hendrickson, president of the hostess Ladies Aid will give a welcome and response will follow from Mrs. Ed Gesme of Lake Mills, circuit secretary of charities. The principal speaker of the morning will be Miss Alice Sanne, of Minneapolis, executive W. M. F. secretary- A business session will be conducted after which the new Jfowa district W. M. F. president, Mrs. Odvin -Hagen of Forest City, 'will address the convention. Mrs. Hagen also served as president of the St. Ansgar circuit a few years ago. Members of the hostess Ladies Aid will serve a dinner at noon and the afternoon session will open at 1:45 p. m. with devotion by the Rev. J. M. Haalan.d, pastor of the Silver Lake Lutheran church west of Northwood. The main address will be given by Miss Clara Jones, missionary from China. Officers responsible for planning the convention have included Mrs. Larry Ritter, Fertile, president; Mrs. C. L. Peterson, Buffalo Center, vice president; Mrs. Ed Erickson, Clear Lake, secretary; Mrs. Irigvald Sponheim, Nora Springs, treasurer, and Mrs. H. L. Erickson, Clear Lake, Mrs. Orville Erdahl, Rake; Mrs. Ed Gesme, Lake Mills; Mrs. Vernon Nystuen, Kensett; Mrs. E. J. Sprengler, Mason City, departmental secretaries, and Mrs. Floyd Oswald of Forest City, the new historian. Expects 2,500 to Participate Grid Game With Coe to Follow Torch Parade Mt. Vernon—Cornell college is planning a weekend of homecoming activities Oct. 14, 15, and 16, with more than 2,500 alumni, students, faculty and visitors expected to participate. The weekend will get off to a rollicking start Friday, Oct. 14, with plans for an outdoor barbecue at Ash Park at 6, followed by a pep assembly in the King Memorial chapel. After the assembly, the traditional snake dance-torch parade, culminating in a bonfire down the hill, will build up spirit for the football clash Saturday with the school's rival, Coe, of Cedar Rapids. Awards for Decorations All dormitories and buildings will be appropriately decorated by presidents and by members of 8 social groups in an attempt to win the coveted cups for the best and most original decorations. Plans are being formulated for the business establishments of the town, to display posters, signs, slogans and decorations in keeping with the spirit of the weekend. Saturday morning will offer a full schedule of activities with a coffee hour at 9 a. m. in Armstrong exhibition hall; open house by KRNL at the same time; freshman football game at 9:30 and cross country contest with Coe at the game half. The alumni luncheon in the gymnasium is scheduled for 11:45 to 1:30 Saturday. Radio station WMT, "The Voice of Iowa," with Dean Landfear at the mike, will be on hand to broadcast from the gym at that time. KWCR will broadcast the homecoming game on the airways at 1:45. During the half of the big game, the band under Mr. Duckwall, will perform in conjunction with the Coe band. Queen to Be Presented The homecoming queen and her 3 attendants will be presented to REPRESENTS ST. MARY'S— Miss Thelma Bakkcn, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Bakkcn of Hanlonlown, was chosen to represent St. Mary's hospital of Rochester, Minn., at the annual convention of the Minnesota Nurses association at Hibbing, Minn., this week. Miss Bakkeu took her training at St. Mary's and has been there since her graduation in 1947. HERE THERE Rudd—The Rust college group of Negro singers presented a concert Monday evening at the Methodist church. Dumont—Mr. and Mrs. J. E. l,ee and son, Gary, Mrs. Bertha Moeiting, Bonnie Ahrens, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Frantz and Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Britcher attended the wedding of Bonnie Culbertson and John W. Uricll at Waverly recently. Swaledale—Mr. and Mrs. Jim Brood, who were employed near Hampton, have moved to Swale- will work for Harold the crowd of spectators by President Russell D. Cole. Following the game, alumni will again congregate at Armstrong hall for a faculty get-together. The Noel Coward comedy "Blithe Spirit," will be presented by the Cornell players Friday and Saturday evenings. Chester J. Webb, director of the theater, is readying the cast. The homecoming queen and attendants will be introduced during the homecoming dance in alumni gymnasium at 8:30 p. in Saturday. Sunday morning, will take place dale and Evans. North wood—Mrs. Ervin Lau returned by bus from Des Moines Tuesday where she visited her sisters, Misses Minnie and Sophie Fevolcl. She also visited her granddaughter, Donna Kay Ellingson, who is receiving treatment at the Blank Memorial hospital Jor polio. Thompson—Mrs. Ralph Schnebly and daughter, Kalhryn, attended a post nuptial shower for Mrs. Darreld Petersen, nee Z e 1 m a Ichncbly, at the Methodist church basement at Hnyfield Saturday. Swaledale—Mrs. Minnie Hamil- .on has returned from a visit with ler son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Ron-linger, and family at Des Moines. the annual groups. breakfasts oC socia The cost of accidents in the United States in 1948 is estimated at $7,400,000,000. Plymouth—Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hillard arc moving to Storm Lake where Mr. Hillard has employment.. Northwood—Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Turvold of the Daily Reporter ol Spencer visited their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hove, and'Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Turvold recently. Marble Rock—Mr. and Mrs. Herold Snowden. of Old Orchard, Maine, and Mr. and Mrs. James Overby and family drove to Dubuque to visit a few days with Mr. Overby's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dias Overby. Scarville—Mr. and Mrs. Earl Tolzmann and children of Minneota, Minn., were recent guests at Roy Purdys. Hanlontown — Mrs. Ethel M. Ford and her daughter, Mrs. Paul Scliarrar of Lincoln, Nebr.. are visiting at the Bessie Ford home. Garner—Hancock county supervisors Monday approved the bonds of R. J. Fritsch, justice of the peace, and County Supt. Charles S. Whitney, who also is executive secretary of the Hancock county board of education. Osage — Arthur Bublitz, St. Ansgar, submitted to major surgery Tuesday at the Mitchell county memorial hospital. Fentoji—Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Stoeber, Wayne and Janice, and Mrs. J. Wallace Smith have returned from several days in Minneapolis. Lone Rock—Ruth, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Schadendorf, recently contracted polio. Ruth is a junior in high school. Luvcrnc—Mr. and Mrs. Fred Merkle had as their recent guests Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Rapp of Santa Ana, Cal. Forest City—Mrs. T. J. Irish is in Los Angeles visiting her sister, Mrs. G. O. Hutton, and a daughter, Alice Jean Irish, in Berkeley. Rudd—Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Tesch and son, Gary, of El Reno, Okla., were calling on friends recently. Mr. Tesch was a former teacher in- the Rudd schools. Dumont—S/Sgt. and Mrs. Richard Barrett and son of Leavenworth, Kans., and Mr. and Mrs. Loren Stock and, family of Hamp- following workers for the coming campaign: Women under the auspices of the P. T. A. are Mrs. Clifford Nostrom, Mrs. Art Werle, Mrs. Woodrow Kline, Mrs. Orin Garnass, Mrs. Ted Rurnblcy, Mrs. Paul DeLaHunt, Mrs, Joseph Deninger, Mrs. Ben Lake, Mrs. Joe Stauner, Mrs. Profit Dunn, Mrs. Robert Blattspieler, Mrs. Herman Todd, Mrs. Pete Anderson and Mrs. Hubert Webb. Men chosen on the team to coyer the business district and outlying territory are Ted Rumbley, Perry Webb, Bud Rissler, Sorcn Westly, Charles Maxon, Dr. Fred Herzog, Ivan Boulting, John Bitker, Lyse Smith. Bob Cahalan, Richard Garvey, Laird Moore, and Marl in Thornblade. ton were recent guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Stock. Lcland—Mr. and Mrs. Peter LuVa of Roland have been visiting Mrs. Lura's sisters, Mrs. John Ingebritson and Mrs. Helen Eicie, this week. Dumont—John Faber is a medical patient at the Lutheran hospital in Hampton, suffering from asthma. Bancroft—C. J. Schiltz, who has been a patient for several months at St. Vincent's hospital, Sioux City, has returned home. Hanlontown—Eli F. Colby is a patient 'at a Mason City hospital following flu and complications. Scarville — Mr. and Mrs. B. J. He in returned from a 10-day trip at Montreal, Canada, and were guests of Mrs. Hein's mother, Mrs. Gertie Peterson at the Henry Peterson home. MARVIN RUSLEY Open Scouting Drive in Manly Manly—The Friends of Scouting campaign opened in Manly Thursday morning with the new chairman, Atty. Marvin Rusley, in charge. A kickoff breakfast was held at the Park Grill where the workers met for instruction. Carl Dwyer, manager of the Bell Telephone company, Mason City, who is a member of the executive committee of the Winncbago council, gave a short talk. Nine counties make up the council, including Cerro Gor.do, Winnebago, Worth, Mitchell, Floyd, Hancock, Wright, Franklin and Butler. The Rev. R. Jacobs is scoutmaster of Troop 20 at Manly, with a membership of 37. There rt2 150 scout units in the council, including Cub packs, Scout troops and Explorer units. E. Horton Bolin, field scout executive has been working diligently with the leaders, and predicts a great year in the scout field. Mr. Rusley, has appointed the Rites Held Thursday for Aged Britt Woman Brltt—Funeral services for Mrs. Mary Kudy, widow of Mike Kudy, were held Thursday; at 9 a. m. at St. Patrick's church, the Rev. Father Leo O'Connell officiating. Burial was in St. John's cemetery with the Boughton funeral home in charge. Mrs. Kudy died at the home 6f her daughter, Mrs. John Lapitz, Tuesday afternoon. She was born in Bohemia ' and came fo this country 80 years ago. She formerly lived in the Duncan community. Surviving are 3 children, Matt, of Britt; Joe of Garner, and Mrs. Lapitz of Britt. A son William died suddenly last December. Finishes Corn Picking Oct. 3 West Union—Milton Marling claims the "early corn picking" championship of Fayette county, as he finished picking 85 acres of hybrid seed corn on his farm north of West Union Oct. .3. Marling got a yield of 6,200 bushels, or an average of about 73 bushels to the acre. The corn was planted May 4, and was waist high by mid-June. There was some borer damage to the stalks, but not too much trouble was .encountered by the mechanical pickers. The Marting farm will be the scene of a borer killing and stalk disposal demonstration Saturday afternoon, as Willsey's farm equipment will demonstrate the latest methods in this vital work. INFANT DIES Waucoma — Graveside services were held at the Waucoma cemetery for Gary Lee Tassio, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Tassio, who died Monday at a hospital in Waterloo. The child was born Sept. 17. A brother, Stephen, survives. BUNIONS \ Got this quick relief. Lifta / shoe pressure, soothes, cush- !onn, protect* the sensitive . Auk for the Bunion size. Former Resident of Fredericksburg Dies Fredericksburg—Word has been received here of the death of Ernest Karsten, 72, at Los Angeles, Cal., Saturday after being struck; by a car., He was a former resident of Fredericksburg where he operated a harness shop until he moved to California about 15 years ago. He was born at Sumner, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Karsten. Surviving are the widow, the former Louise Klausing, a daughter Mrs. Charles Mattke, and 2 brothers, Dr. H. M. Karsten of Sumner and the Rev. Albert Karsten of Waverly, for • :SPEED QUEEN: : WASHERS • ..* • • It S MEETINGS In North Iowa BANCROFT —The Lady Foresters will meet Thursday^ Oct. 13, at the C. O. F. hall. The Young Lady Foresters also will meet Wednesday at the C. O. F. hall. CLARION—The Friendly Neighbor club will meet Friday at the home of Mrs. Elias Metcalf at 2:30 •p. m. Mrs. Arthur Nodland will be co-hostess. - RUDD—The Culture club will meet Saturday with Mrs. B. A. Duesenberg. DUMONT—A potluck 6:30 dinner for members of the American Legion Auxiliary and their families will be held Monday evening at the Legion hall. BUDD — The Amyet Auxiliary will meet Friday with Mrs. William Schweizer. _ RUDD — The Methodist church are to hold a fellowship picnic supper Thursday; Oct. 6, at 6:45 P> GARNER — Beverly Etzen and Joan Jensen were hostesses to the Crystal Merry Maids for their annual meeting at the home pf Joan lensen Officers were elected and commHtees appointed, The next meeting of the club will be held at the Janice Hobbs home Oct. 11 RUDD —The American Legion Auxiliary will meet Oct. 12 at the home of Mrs. Bert Stalker with Mrs Keith Stiles assisting hostess HANLONTOWN — A mission sewing circle was organized a the Lutheran church Monday Mrs Kolmer Sorenson was elected MesTdent, Mrs. Earl McMullin, secreSry-treasurer, and Mrs Norvel McMullin and Anna Larson ad DUMONT—A women's conference of Reformed churches will be neld Friday at Wellsburg. Form Drama Club Decora h — Under the direction nf Mis" Jean Harlan, dramatics fn^ructor, a student drama c ub l as Sn f ormed at Decorah high school The object of the club is to provide an opening for all who desSeto study theater from all Uncles and also to study the le- Xtfmate professional theater from I levels, Broadway, college and high school. __ Great beer!" That goes double!" Time for "time out"—time to reach for thirst-quenching, satisfying Grain Belt! Treat yourself to the best, mister—, enjoy that Friendly flavor that comes only from skillful brewing of choice grains and imported hops. We bet you'll say—as thousands of others do—"Grain Belt is Great Beer!" Rites Set . services will survive. BEER WITH THE THE "Groin Bell" end "friendly" Trodemorb Reg. U. S. Pot. Off. Minneapolis Brewing Company, Minneapolis Minnesota FLAVOR >«^™"*vj_T'"~^^--* Oreat fleer

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