Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on October 4, 1949 · Page 10
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10 Oct. 3, 1949 M»sou City Globe-Gazelle, Mason City, la. Plant Foreman Dies of Stroke Charles City—Funeral sei-vices will be held Tuesday at 2 p. m., at the First Methodist church, for William L. Bubb, 61, of «03 North Jackson street, who died suddenly Saturday shortly after being admitted to the Cedar Valley hospital. Death was attributed to a heart attack suffered about I a. m. Saturday. The Rev. J. K. Delahooke will officiate and burial will be in Riverside cemetery with the American Legion and Veterans of Foreign Wars extending, military honors at the graveside. The Hauser funeral home is in charge. Mr. Bubb had been in failing health lor about a year following an earlier heart attack. He had, however, returned to his du- ties at the Oliver corporation, where he was a foreman in the foundry, 3 weeks ago. Born in WilJiamsport, Pa., July 31, 1888, Mr. Bubb came to Charles City in 1910. He had been employed by Oliver and its predecessor firm, the Hart-Parr. He was a member of the First Methodist church. He was a Mason, holding memberships in the Blue lodge, White Shrine. Com- mandery, and the Chapter. A veteran of World war I, he was a member of the American Legion. Survivors include his wife, Myrtle, and a son, Dr. Don Miller, of Hutchinson, Kans.; 2 sisters, Mrs. J. T. Lowe and Mrs. Luma Blair, and 2 brothers, David Bubb and Gene Bubb, all of Williamsport, Pa. Classes Organized Swca City—Two classes in baton twirling were started here by Instructor Rufus Sanders. Classes are held after school one night each week. Sanders has also organized a beginner's band. There's a HORSEMAN on the label...and Quality in the beer Copyright 1949, G. Heilemin Brewing Co., La Crossc, Wisconsin Globe-Gazelle Photo NEW LUTHER LEAGUE OFFICERS—Pictured above are the new officers of the Iowa district Lutheran League, elected and installed at the St. James Lutheran church Sunday. From left are: The Rev. Paul Lutz, Renwick, choral union promoter; Amy Fischer, Titonka (Good Hope) treasurer; Joyce Beyer, Woden, literature secretary ; Audrey Verio, Woden, service secretary; Dorothy Krieger, Mason City, president; Donald Neahring, Britt, vice president; Roberta Mechler, Titonka, (Good Hope), secretary: Paul Darnauer, (Spiritual Growth secretary), Lakota; the Rsv. 0. W. Ihnen, Rockwell, and the Rev. E. R. Sommerfeld, Hampton. Funeral Tuesday for Northwood Resident North,wood — Anton Haugebak, 58, lifelong resident o[ Worth county, died at his home Saturday after an illness of several months. Funeral services will be held Tuesday at 1:30 p. in. at the home and at 2 p. m. at the First Lutheran church, the Rev. Alt' Jorgenson officiating. Burial at Concordia church cemetery near PATTERSON-.! AMES "ALL WHITE" AIR and AUTO AMBULANCE SERVICE Joice, with the Connor funeral home in charge. He leaves 5 children, Millicent, a missionary in South Africa, Lois, a student at St. Olai' college, Northfield, Minn., Marie who farms east of North wood, Anthony of Colorado, Mo., and Marvin at Waterloo. His wife died 2 years ago. Also surviving is a brother, Tollef. Attend Funeral Garner—Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Meyer and family attended the funeral of Fred W. Struecker at Whittemore on Thursday afternoon. Struecker is the father of Airs. Meyer and died at his home in Whittemore Monday afternoon from a heart attack. He was 74 years old. Most of the mica produced in the United States cames from western North Carolina. COOK'S FOR GLASS •J*'^\, V**""- 1 ; 11 '"•*"» m j ,r*', : "'• • »*#frjt f ^* , ' t '•< yy Repair Windows * NOW Before Cold Weather We Repair in the Shop or on the Job Window Glass Plate Glass Thermo Pane Glass Block Structural Glass Glass Table Top Mirrors - AH Types Luther League Session Held at St. James With a toiai registration of 208 members of the Hawkeye Federation of Iowa district Luther Leagues held their fall rally Sunday at the St. James Lutheran church in Mason City. Early arrivals attended Sunday school under the leadership of Miss Esther Schwartz. The Rev. W. Hulme, new Christianity professor at Wartburg college, Waverly, gave the sermon at the morning worship at 11 carrying out the theme for the day, "The Earth is the Lord's and the fullness thereof." Informational' clinics were conducted after the noon potluck luncheon. The afternoon session was opened with devotions by the St. James Leaguers and welcome was extended by the president of the Mason City league, Jean Rohde, with the response being given by Maynard Hoick, Britt, federation treasurer. Election of officers for the coming year was the main business and an invitation from the league of Rockwell was extended for the spring rally to be held in June, 1950. Hold Harvest Banquet Climaxing the day was the harvest banquet, complete with colorful cornucopias, Reaves spelling out the theme on* the wall, and scattered around the banquet room, the Garfield school gymnasium. The meal, including arpha- bet soup which carried out the idea of the Leaguer alphabet, was served by the St. James Friendship society, the men garbed in overalls to complete the rural atmosphere. • A '.'Luther League Cake" consisting of leaguers as ingredients was put together by the chef, Glenn Evans. A vocal duet (comedy) by Gordon Janssen and Gretchen Krieger, "Percy Comes to the Farm" was well received. He had horn-rimmed glasses, flat straw hat, coat entirely too short for him and she, the dairy maid complete with poke bonnet and diminutive milk pail. Presented Kitchen Chorus Marian T/olkenhauer and Conrad Wolkenhauer, the busy housewife and mother of 10 children and her lazy husband presented a "Chorus from the Kitchen." Announcer for the evening was Robert Koller. There was much singing of pep songs, which typifies every leaguers' banquet. Bringing the banquet to a more serious angle was the dramatization in 3 brief scenes, "American Beauties" with Virginia Lauer and Joen Keister taking part. The Rev. A. Mardorf of Titonka conducted the installation of newly elected officers and the program was brought to a close with the sound film, "My Name is Han." 116 Enrolled in Teacher Night Classes A total of 116 have enrolled in the 1 night school classes for teachers sponsored here by the Mason City junior college, Drake university and Iowa State college, Dean Clifford Beem reports. Enrolled in the regular junior college night school for teachers are 44, all of whom have not c6m- pleted 2 years college. A number are from surrounding towns Dan Herrick is teaching a course in "American government." Instructor in "physical education for the elementary teacher" is Kenneth Church and a course in "health and nutrition" is being taught by Neva Peterson. Teachers in the other group have had at least 2 years' college work . They receive regular college credit for the courses. Forty- five are enrolled in the Iowa Stat< college "fundamentals of g u id ance" course. The 2 Drake course are "curriculum problems for the elementary school" and "psy chology of adjustment." They ar taught by Mason City faculty members. Twenty are in the cur- Porter was formerly Miss Georgia iculum course and 56 studying Patterson of Hampton, sychology. Aged Woman Dies Charles 'City—Funeral services vere to be held early this week n Grundy Center for Mrs. Jennie Klunder, 81, who died Friday at he home of a daughter, Mrs. Herman Turbeck, 512 17th avenue. Mrs. Kunder's body was taken to _rundy Center Sunday by the Grossmann hearse where the body las been since her death. Hampton— Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Porter of Chicago are parents of a daughter born Sept. 16. Mrs. G. I. CAB LINE PHONE731 Non Meter Cabs 35c ANY PLACE IN TOWN FOR I OR 2 PEOPLE lOc Extra For Each Additional Passenger. ' Federal Clothes Shop REMOVAL SALE THE SALE WITH A REASON Continues Daily Until Definite Arrangements Can Be Made ^ CLIP THIS •to CM( ^^m — COUPON i FtffS 9 3-P/r/-., _ ^^^ Write or Call For Free Estimates COOK'S Ml 118 South Federal FFA Purchases Holstein Calves Forest City—Pilot Knob chapter of the FFA in the high school here has purchased 4 registered Holstein heifer calves to be raised as club projects. They were bought from Merrill Will of Lydia, Minn. Boys assigned to care for the calves are Eugene Thompson, son of Mr. and Mts. Lawrence Thompson; Ralph Westerberg, son of Mr. and Mrs. Arvid Westerberg; Richard Hanna, son of Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Hanna, and Michael Thune, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gisle Thunc. Dies in Montana w Behnond—Mr. and Mrs. George Brady received word of the death of their nephew, Thomas M. Brady, at Miles City, Mont. He was 36 years old, was stricken with polio Sept. 25 and lived only 36 hours. He leaves a wife and 4 small children. 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