Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on October 6, 1949 · Page 24
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Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, October 6, 1949
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cuv City r i, °*r 5> 1949 ! An sgar, and Mr. and Mrs. Clay-Gazette. Mason City. I a . iQJ f Kittleson of Rock Falls, 111., HERE and THERE Goodcll — Mr. and Mrs. Fred' Carolus pf New Hartford are guests this week in the home of their nephew, Albert Carolus. Meservey—Mr. and Mrs. Lovell Diddy, Gary and Kathleen visited with relatives at Des Moines recently. Thompson—Mrs. Amelia Awe returned home after visiting for a month at the home of her son Russell and family at Maquoketa. Meservey — Mr. and Mrs. Carl Dorenkamp were recent guests at the Hugh Sharp home at Belmond. Fredericksburg- — Mrs. Flora Plantz of Windom, Minn., is the guest of her sister, Mrs. Belle Ey- gabrood. Bancroft—Stanley Hatlestad is making plans to open an electric appliance and radio shop in the front of the building owned by Mrs. Lillian Devine. Meservey—Mr. and Mrs. John P. Pals and Mrs. Harm Groen, Sr., were recent Belmond callers. Rake—Mrs. Arnold Egemo of Rapeljo, Mont., came by plane to Des Moines and is visiting at the home of her sister, Mrs. R. M. Gravley, for a few days. She came to attend the wedding of her sister, Ruth Herem, and Paul Larson, Friday. Calmar—Mr. and Mrs. Earl Mc- Lahe and daughter Constance, Mr., and Mrs. Henry Twedt and son Dean, and Mr. Ervin Clock of Postville attended a postnuptial shower for Mr. and Mrs. George Nesjor at Sande. Thompson — Mrs. James Duncan and son James Steven came from Newark, N. J., and are now settled in the Earl Harkness house. Mr. Duncan has been employed at the Courier office this summer and has finally located a house for his family. Meservey—Mrs. Minnie Fischer of Fort Dodge is visiting hex sister, Mrs. G. Lanster, and other relatives and friends. St. Ansgar—Mr. and Mrs. Julius Beyer and 3 children of St. STOKCR mOTOR S€RVIC€ returned from a vacation trip to Minnesota. Burohinal—Mr. and Mrs. Howard Hackley of Rowan, and Mr. and Mrs. Boyd La Pau and family of Eagle Grove were recent guests in the Murl Bates home. Greene — Pfc. Stanley Shook, who has servpd with the marine corps the past year, has received his discharge and arrived home Wednesday from Oceanside, Cal. Allison—Leonard Norman is a patient at the Lutheran hospital at Hampton, where he is under observation and treatment. Northwood — Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Markel, Mrs. Bertha Juhl and Alvin Ransem of the local Coast- to-Coast store, attended a district appliance sales meeting at Mason City. Thompson — Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kadera and daughters, Nancy and Helen of Iowa City, were recent visitors at the Frances Clark home. Mrs. Kadera is Miss Clark's niece. Northwood—Leonard Spilde of Northwood is at Mercy hospital, Mason City, suffering from viru pneumonia. Wesley—The Joe Studer family visited recently at the Julius Studer home in Luverne. Mutual Fire Insurance Group Meets Allison — The Butler County Fire and Lightning Insurance association held its annual meeting at Allison and reported it now has in force §24.969,425 in insurance. During the past year $38,812.52 was paid in claims for losses as compared with $59,935.76 the year previous. The largest claim paid this year was $4,150 to C. F. Dreier for dwelling and contents. About $3,000,000 reinsurance is carried in the Farmers Mutual Reinsurance association of Grinnell. An assessment of 2 mills will be made this year as compared with 2i mills last year. Officers elected are: President, Ed Dekker, Aplington; vice president, Will Harms, Allison; secretary, E. F. Perrin, New Hartford- treasurer, O. A. Bailey, Parkersburg. Directors elected are: Fremont township, H. F. Deike, Plainfield Coldwater township, C. H. Wegand, Greene; Bcnnezette town- ship, Milton F. Dye, Bristow; Dayon township, H. W. Brinkman, ^larksville; Madison township, ?red F. 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