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' '4 Oct. 4, 1949 Mason City Globe-Gazelle, jMasuu City, lu. Youth Center May Be Discontinued at Nora Springs Nora Springs — The executive board of the American Legion Auxiliary decided to relinquish the sponsorship of the local youth center. That decision was significant in that it will mean'the end of the youth center project in Nora Springs unless some other local organization will assume the re ^sponsibility. The youth center has been in operation here for the past 3 years having been opened in the fall ol 1946. The Auxiliary has sponsored the community project during tha entire period, having conductec the campaign for funds, purchasec the necessary equipment and furnished chaperones for the youngsters at the , hi-weekly opei nights, as well as "planning specia parties and meeting the various problems which have arisen in connection with the youth center. Before being opened this fall, the center, located on the second floor of the town hall, would require plastering, painting, rewiring and the refinishing of the floor. The Auxiliary executive board decided that the expense of such repairs and renovation would be more than they felt able to assume at the present time. HERE and THERE Wesley — Mesdames Margaret and Alvin .Loebeg attended the uneral of John Doll, 79, at Stockon, 111., Sept. 29. Mrs. Doll is a ister of the late Ed Loebeg. St. Ansg-ar—Mr. and Mrs. Justin Lund of Muscaline spent several days at the parental John Lund lome. Goodell—Judith Chase; who was graduated from the Richmond, Cal., high school in June, has enrolled in City college at San \\\\u\\\m 11 / / //// GRUEN Francisco, Cal. She is a grand niece of Eliza Cashman. Garner—Mrs. Floyd Kelly was admitted recently to the Mercy hospital in Mason City for observation and treatment. Thornton — Ruth Ann Floy, teacher at Waukon, visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Floy. Britt—Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Summers of Andover, S. Dak., came to Britt for a visit at the C. F. Wigton home. Thornton—The Thornton stores will be closed Wednesday evenings beginning Oct. 5 until spring. Lone Rock—Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Bierle are parents of a son. Mrs. Bierle is a former Lone Rock teacher, Lucille Harmon. Thornton—Mr. and Mrs. George Gipple of Winfield and Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Gipple, of Columbus Junction were recent guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Berkshire. Nofthwood—Mr. and Mrs. Ormanzo Butler and Mr. and Mrs. A L. Linter drove to Northfield, Minn., to visit their children, Mary Marie Linter and Robert Butler, both freshmen at St. Olaf college. St. Ansgar—Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Anderson and family have moved from the M. E. Ralston farm to their new home recently Thornton — Mr. and Mrs. Peter Juhl, Patricia and Mae, were recent guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Nelson at St. Paul, Minn. Chester—Jake Jacobson of Seattle, Wash., is visiting Chestei friends. Lake Mills—Walter Hagen, who is attending Waldorf college a Forest City, spent a few days a Des Moines undergoing a physica checkup at the Veteran's administration. Norlhwood — Morrio M y 11 o Long Beach, Cal., is spending week with his mother, Mrs. Mari Vlyli, his niece and her husband, Mr. and Mrs. Gilman Sanden; and other relatives. Mr. Sanden is critically ill. Lake Mills—Mr. and Mrs. La Noyne Ault of Ostrander, Minn., -lancock Clergy Sheets at Garner Garner—The Hancock county ministerial association met recent- .y at the Methodist church here for the initial meeting of the 1949-50 year. Eleven ministers of the county association were present. The Rev. S. W. Cunningham, pastor of the Garner Methodist church led in devotions and the Rev. E. M. Egeland, pastor of the Klemme Methodist church, presented the topic on "The Relationship of the Church and the State." The next meeting of the group will be held at the Nazarene church in Britt on Oct. 17 at 10 o'clock. 'The Rev. L. E. Gatch of Brit is president of the association; the Rev. E. M. Miller of Ventura, vice president and the Rev. J. D. Gib son of Garner, secretary. Sibley Woman Guest of Charles City Club Charles City — Miss Elizabeth Trei, Sibley, was to be the guest peaker at the general meeting of le Charles City Woman's club Tuesday. Miss Trei is chairman of the 8th district yearbook contest and in hat capacity has during the past year conducted several program clinics and spoken on program building. Miss Trei's subject for Tuesday's club meeting was to be 'The Signs of Our Time From a Woman's Club Point of View." Mrs. L. S. Wentworth, Marble Hock, who Is Floyd county's chairman of the Iowa Woman's Club Tederation, was also to be a guest of the club. completed in town. the east part of Wll. ^,1-1 Wesley—Mr. and Mrs. Gaylord are the proud parents of a daugh ter born Sept. 21. Mrs. Ault is a daughter of Mrs. Hattie Thoe. Osage — Robert Thompson left Saturday for Omaha, Nebr., where he has enrolled in the electronic radio television institute. His family will join him when suitable housing quarters are found in Omaha. Kanawha—At the first meeting of the Parent Teachers association, 63 persons signed as members. The guest speaker was Mrs. Wayne McGowan of Mason City. Lunch was served following the meeting. Britt — Th= formal opening of the new Britt junior college lounge was held recently. Garner—Kenneth Heddens visited recently with his mother, Mrs Tena Heddens, and his brother Henry. He has been attending a teletype school in Chicago and plans to teach at Floyd Bennett field outside Hempstead, N. Y. Wesley—Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Erdman of Lisbon spent the week- Attend Wedding Bode—Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Rossing, accompanied by their daughter, Wilma, who is attending Waldorf college in Forest Qty, have returned from a visit in Ridgeway with the Rev. and Mrs. M, B, Quill, and also attended the wedding of Mrs. Rossings' nephew, Robert Powell, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Powell of Waco, Texas, and Miss Jean Wickett of Canton, Minn. Polio Fund Grows Cresco—Total receipts of $2,500 are anticipated in the polio epidemic emergency drive for funds now in progress in Howard county according to Nehl J. McKone, county campaign chairman. Chairman McKone reports $2,200 al- ready collected by solicitation in the towns and townships with 25 per cent o£ the districts still to be heard from. WATCHES . BkmeHarcTi DIAMONDS 12 East State Lander and daughter, Pamela, and Matt Hildman of Long Beach, Cal., arrived recently for a visit with relatives. Both men are employed in a body and fender shop. Manly — Bernard Ward is the name of the new son at the home of Mr. and Mrs'. Walter Deets, born at Mercy hospital, Mason City, Sept. 25. The child was delivered by caesarian operation. Kanawha—Emery Sanford is a patient in a hospital at Mason City. Britt—Mrs. Otto Jacobsen has been hospitalized at Mason City several days suffering from a throat infection. Kanawha — Three storage bins, each 36 by 96, are to be erected in the northeast part of town. St. Ansgar—H. M. Bjortomt has purchased the George Kuehl residence in St. Ansgar. , Garner—Miss Barbara Sberal is enjoying a week's vacation from her duties in the office of the Northwestern Bell Telephone company. SpillviUe—Mrs. Elsie Sager and daughter, Dorothy, of Los Angeles, CaL, visited at the Mrs. Victoria Cekal and Mrs. Louis Soba- lik homes. end at the Jack Robinson and Paul Erdman ' homes. Mr. Erdman's mother, Mrs. Paul Erdman, returned with them to University hospital, Iowa City, where she will undergo major surgery. Northwood—Mrs. Alta Karschner, county nurse, attended a district public health meeting at Decorah recently. . Wesley—Mr. and Mrs. Joe Weig and Michael, John Oniell, Paul Flaherty and Larry visited recently at the George Rinehart home in Nevada. Northwood—Calvin Johnson Wahpeton, N. Dak., visited at the Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Stendel and Mr. and Mrs. G. O. Hultman homes. Wesley—Guy M. Butts returned recently from an extended trip through western states and a 2 day attendance of Odd Fellows grand lodge at Sacramento, Cal. Popejoy—John Schager and sisters, Mrs. Anna Johnson and Mrs. Mary Johnson' of Waukon, were recent visitors in the home of Mr. Charles City Briefs Births at the Cedar Valley hospital here Sept. 23, included a son to Mr. and Mrs. Merle Sparenborg of Charles City, and a daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Jean Vonderhoe of Nashua; Sept. 25, daughters to Mr. and Mrs. William Eickhoff of Plainfield, and Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Marker of Charles City, and a son to Mr. and Mrs. Robert Frisbie, rural, Charles City; Sept. 26, a daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Ludwig Moeller of Charles City; Sept. 28, daughters to Mr. and Mrs. Edward Druehl, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Meyer and Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Emmel, all of Charles City and sons to Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Weber of Dougherty, Mr. and Mrs. Russell White of Charles City, and Mr. and Mrs. Warren Stanbrough of Marble Rock. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Shipp of Plainfield are the parents of a daughter born at the Cedar Valley hospital here Thursday. HEALTH: If you are in the quest of health, it will pay you to consider Chiropractic as the most logical road back to normal, happy life. Chiropractors maintain that the spine is the key to the nervous system and, therefore, to health because all nerve trunks are distributed from the spine. Chiropractors restore health to the sick by making skillful manual adjustments of the spine to release pinched nerves. Handsome looking; shoes in many styles with matching bags to complete your smartest Fall ensembles. AND at our FAMOUS LOW PRICES. Dr. Maurice Win. Masters On radio station KSMN every Wednesday — 11:15 a. m. Plan Dinner, Bazar Manly—Women of the English Lutheran church will hold their annual chicken dinner and bazar Thursday. Serving, which will be family style, will start at 5 p. m. Office Hours: 9 A. M. to 5 P. M. Open Monday Evenings Closed Saturday at Noon Phone 854 For Appointment Neurocalometer X-Ray Laboratory MASTERS BROTHERS Chiropractors Weir Building Mason City, Iowa THE BAG $•(99 • WINE • GREEN • BROWN THE SHOES 99 10 Style* CUBAN HEELS HIGH HEELS S-M WIDTHS Mason City's Most Modern Popular Priced Shoe Store 21 SOUTH FEDERAL GOOD/TYEAR "• TIRES ^ UNI-BOND PROCESS BRAKE REL1N1NG 35 This modern way of bonding tough, long wearing Goodyear lining to brake shoes eliminates most causes of scored drums . . . gives you half again as much wear as ordinary relining methods. Plymouth Ford or Chevrolet STOP AT TIRE SERVICE HEADOUARTERS COMPLETE INSPECTION Expert service now by ow -wheel specialists may save you expensive parts replacement bills . .. and prevent wasted tire mileage. Let us set your wheels to proper toe-in today.) Eggert At Thomas, Inc. Successor to Joe Daniels Auto Supply Co. 121 NORTH DELAWARE Phone 363 GOOO/VEAR and Mrs. Lars Schager. Thornton — Mr. and Mrs. Don Payton of Williams visited at the home of Mr, and Mrs. Laurence Miller. Marble llock—Jens Arends, who was injured in a train-auto accident recently, underwent surgery in the-Cedar Valley hospital. Thornton—Marvin Nelson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Nelson, has been pledged to Pi Kappa Phi fraternity at Drake university, Des Moines. Lake Mills—Mr. and Mrs. Bill Waggoner of Crystal Lake visited recently at the home of Mrs. Waggoner's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Cunningham. Kanawha — Lawrence Espe, Oscar Lein, Glenn Russell and Henry J. Johnson arc on a fishing trip to northern Minnesota. Lake Mills—Mrs. Nels Lockrom, Mr. and Mrs. Magnus Lockrem left Thursday for Sisseton, S. Dak., to visit at the Mr. and Mrs. B A. Jacobsen home. Mrs. Nels Lockrem is a daughter of the Jgrobsons. Marble Rock — Mr. and Mrs. Warren Stanbrough are the parents of a son born at the Cedar Valley hospital Thursday. \Vesley-Mr. and Mrs. I. A. Eisenbacker and son, the Rev. Linus Idscnbacker of Alvord returned recently from Racine, Wis. where they visited the Richarc Hammonds. They also attended the golden jubilee of Msgr. George Eisenbecker at Chicago Sept. 23 where the Rev. Linus Eisenbacker officiated at solemn, high mass. Thornton — Alvin Ahrends wa granted a permit to replace the present structure of his grocery store with a block building. Britt Mr. and Mrs. Michae Malloy of Minneapolis, Minn., and Mrs. Margaret Quinn of Lincoln Nebr., visited at the Tom O'Rourke °Tnoniton —Betty Jane Christensen of Washington, D. C., is spending a few days at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Christensen Fenton — Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Stoeber of Fenton and Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Zumach of wniue- more are vacationing in North Dakota and Minnesota. Goldiield—Mr. and Mrs. James Gangstead are the parents of a daughter born at a Fort Dodge hospital Wednesday. Wesley—Mesdames Nellie Felt and Nina Ranck left for their home in Rockledge, Fla., following a 3 months' visit with Mrs. Blanche Wagner. Goodell—Mr. and Mrs. Roy Boiler of South Gate, Cal., are guests for 10 days in the parental Anton Boiler home and in the homes of he former's brothers, Bill, Harve, Walter and Kenneth Boiler. St. Ansgar—Dean Carlson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ted Carlson, has been enrolled as a regular member of St. Olaf's concert band at Northfield, Minn. He is in the cornet section. Wesley—Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Cox of Vallejo, CaL, and Ralph Draheim o£ Friesland, Wis., visited the Orville Smith family recently. ropejoy—Mr. and Mrs. Renier Elenbaas and son, Joseph, of Linden, Wash., are visiting in the home of his uncle, D. M. Crabtrec. Wesley—Obed Larson of Clarion visited his brother, Lester Larson and family one day recently. 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