Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on October 7, 1949 · Page 34
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 34

Mason City, Iowa
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Friday, October 7, 1949
Page 34
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Oct. 6, 1949 Mason City G!obe-G»iett«, Mason Clly, I». HERE THERE Rockwell —Mr. and Mrs. Martin Treston and Mr. and Mrs. Denver Schofield left Monday for a trip to California. Meservey —Mr. and Mrs. Herman Bcelman and girls of Alexander were recent callers at the parental John R. Schmidt home. Fenton —Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Yager of Yankton, S. Dak., are spending several days here with the Weber Yagers and the Carl Kerns, parents of the couple. Waucoma — Hugh John Lynch will return from Minneapolis, Minn., where he has been on a buying trip. Lake Mills — Anna Larson of Hanlontown has been a guest for the past week at the Alice Tvito home in Lake Mills. Waucoma —Miss Donna Wrede is home from Waterloo where she underwent the removal of a tu-, mor on her left foot. ' Lake Mills— Dr. Nels J. Olson has returned from a 3 weeks' auto trip to the west coast where he visited at the homes of 2 of his sons, Mons at Los Angeles, and Naven and family at San Diego. Alexander —Miss Nielsens Hansen of Chicago and Mrs. Alfred Hansen and daughter Palma of Rowan were recent visitors at the Sperry Richards home. Osage — Mrs. Ora Snyder left Wednesday for a 3 weeks' vaca- . tion in New York state. WATCHES DIAMONDS 12 East State Meservey—Mr. and Mrs. Herman Statlander, Patty, Gary and Jerry visited at the Carl Statlan- der home at Rockford. St. Ansgar—Eli Back of Fergus Falls, Minn., is a guest in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Gus Gunderson. Alexander—Mr. and Mrs. Lew Richards of Cuba City, Wis., and Homer and Doris Richards of Madison, Wis., were recent guests at the Edward Richards, G. R. Richards N a n d Sperry Richards homes. Ionia—Robert Clark and Miss Norita Testroat of Vinton spent a day recently with the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Testroat. Alta Vista—Mrs. Clarence White of this place and Mrs. Mike Ries and Duane of Charles City left Monday for Minneapolis, Minn., to visit at the H. H. Timmermans home and with other relatives and friends. They also plan to spend several days north of the Twin Cities vacationing. Mclntire — Mr. and Mrs. A! Fisher and daughters, Mary arid Kathryn, and 2 other daughters and husbands, Mr. and Mrs. Fay Davis and Mr. and Mrs. William Wensel and Mike, all of Rochester, called on friends here. LeRoy, Minn., — Mr. and Mrs. K. Stevens have leased their home on north Broadway to Mr. and Mrs. John T. Jacobson and they have moved to the home of his mother, the late Mrs. Anna Boycl. Alexander—Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Winfield and children visited with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Winfield, at Charles City. Scarvllle—Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Pries of Le Claire are guests at the Mrs. Minnie Wuerflein home. Leland — Melvin Foss, Sewell Nelson, Herbert Hanson and Jerry Baker have returned from Canada where they spent a week fishing. Garner—John Hayes of Clear Lake and Francis H. Allen of Fort Dodge were business visitors at the Hancock county courthouse Monday. 'Lone Rock—Mr. and Mrs. William Hanson and Miss Helen Jensen entertained the faculty of the Lone Rock public school at the Call State park, Algona, Monday. Luverne—Recent guests at the Jesse Jugerson home were Mr. and Mrs. George Harvey of Palm Harbor, Tenn. Forest City—Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Aspenson have returned to their home in Lansing, Mich., after spending 2 weeks here visiting the former's mother, Mrs. Mary Aspenson, and his brothers, Cecil and Sylvan, and their families. Hampton—Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Little left for an extended visit with relatives and friends in California. Scarville — Mr. and Mrs. Paul Jones of Alden, Minn., are the parents of a son born Sept. 27. Old to Observe Birthday Nashua —Mrs. Mary Boerschel, 1 next to the oldest Nashua resident, will hold open house Friday afternoon when she celebrates her 90th birthday anniversary. Mrs. Boerschel was born in Watertown, Wis., and came to Nashua when 18 years old to keep house for her brother, making the journey in a covered wagon, which required 5 days on the road. At the age of 87 she had an op- eration for gallbladder and recovered. Two years later she fell ol'f the runningbpavd of an auto, fracturing her hip. She recovered so as to be able to be around the house. She has 2 children, Mrs. Jerome Walsh and Mrs. Jesse Frost of Nashua. Charles City Briefs Chapter JQ-PEO met Monday afternoon with Mrs. Florence Murphy presenting the program, "On American Historical Spots." Maree Frudden assisted by Mrs. Angie Patten, helped in the entertaining. The group met at the Frudden home. Births at the Cedar Valley hospital Sunday included daughters to Mr. and Mrs. Wesley R. Banks of Charles City, and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Lackore of Rockford. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Wilcox, 70,6 North Iowa street, received word Sunday of the birth of a son to their granddaughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Lee of LaPorte City, Sunday morning. Mrs. Lee is the former Dolores Hansen of Waterloo. The baby, born in Allen Memorial hospital, Waterloo, is the first great grandchild born to the Wilcox family. Officers Elected Garner — Mrs. Glenn Kelling was elected chairman of the Amsterdam Homcmaker's club at a recent meeting at the home of Mrs. Art Mulholland; Mrs. John Eenhuis was elected vice chairman; Mrs. Louis Rust, library chairman; Mrs. Robert May, health chairman; Mrs. Wendell Johnson, school chairman; Mrs. Ed Gabel, international relationship chairman and Mrs. Robert Smith, music chairman. County Home Economist Hazel Van Wert discussed lessons for the 1949-50 project year. , Joice —Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Huso, local business people, are the parents of a son born Saturday at ithe Municipal hospital at Forest City. 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