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NEWS of RECORD New Cor Sales Rozen Chevrolet Co., Clear Lake, Chevrolet; C'hnrllc s. and Elizabeth Berry, Kansas City. Mo.; Itlcluril II. Norton, 11 Jack30!< 8. VI., Mercury, Marriage Licenses Sherman Douglas Taylor, 8(i", and Elizabeth Ann Escobar, 22, both of Minneapolis; Lyle Bunslon, 2"., and Patricia Freiberg, IK, both of Charles City; Vlrgtl L. Erbe, 22, Charles City, and Shirley Ilennlclt, 18, Floyd; Gerald J. Kobuck, 22, and Jean Lucille Olejnlcak, 2B, both of Minneapolis; Oscar Fleltman, 31, and Frances T. Link, 2B, both of Minneapolis; Arthur Wagner, 23, and Florence Hubacher, 21, both of Mason City; Francis J. SturgcB, 25. and Margaret Mary Ca- hlll, 21, uoth of Rockwell; Donald M. Gilchrlst,. legal,, and. Anglyn. Bruland, legal, both of Ames; Robert \V. Dirkseii, 25, and Theodora Pappss, 20, both of Mason City. . Divorces Filed Evelyn Blakcsley against R o b e r I Blakeslcy on grounds of cruelty. She asks custody of a child and of an unborn child, $10 weekly for their support, a J300 property stlllemenl, a $JUO attorney fee and 111 at he be required to pay outstanding debts. Married March 115, 1817 separated July 30, 1BJD. Police Court AUTUMN SCENE—This is what 'once was Ttypical^u- tumn scene :ln North Iowa but corn shocks are not so familiar any more: With field cutters practically replacing the old silage cutter beside the silo, the extra handling of the heavy bundles has almost been done away with."This scene \yas photographed just west of Mason City on the south side of highway 18 on the Mason City Brick and Tile company property. Mrs. Delia A. Baumgartner Services to Be on Monday Mrs. Delia A. Baumgartner, 80, died Saturday morning at her home, 226 14th N. W., following a lingering illness. She had been a resident of Mason City for the past 31 years. Mrs. Baumgartner was born Nov. 1, 1868, in Germany. Surviving are a daughter, Mrs. J. J. Julsen, a son, Clarence L. Baumgartner, Clear Lake, 7 grandchildren and 4 great grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her husband. Otto B. Baumgartner, May 22, 1944. Funeral services will be held at the Major Memorial chapel at 3:30 p. m. Monday, with the Rev. F. W. Wenctland, pastor of Grace Evangelical church, officiating. The Major funeral home in charge. WMT to Meet at Radcliffe Radcliffe—The Story City circuit W. M. F. of the Evangelical Lutheran church will hold its annual fall convention Oct. 4, at Our Savior's Lutheran church here. The Rev. P. L. Mork is host pastor. The theme of the convention will be "Righteousness Exalteth a Nation." The morning sermon will be delivered by the Rev. Harold Rye of the Fjelberg Lutheran congregation at Huxley. Principal speakers for the afternoon will be Sister Magdalene Klippen from the deaconess home, Chicago, and the Rev. Douglas Jacobson, su- MRS. D. A. BAUMGARTNER perintendent of the new Lutheran children's home at Ames. Members of the executive board include , Mrs. A. C. Lehman, Slatter, president; Mrs. Norris Egeland, Roland, vice president; Mrs. A. F. Holm, Des Moines, secretary; Mrs. Dwayne Hill, Ellsworth, treasurer. Delegates and guests from Ladies Aids, representing a total membership of more than 2,700 will be attending. Illinois has 14,101 schools—the most of any state in the Union. NOW IT'S SILK- The Finest Typewriter Ribbons for Execuftfve-Qwa/i'/y Correspondence No ribbon can beat the beautiful, sharp typing impreiiiorti made through "Silk Game" silk, which immediately beloken "front office" authorily. dignity and conviction. The super strong lilk and quality I'nking of Silk Gouze Ribbons will give yow on entirely new conception of joperb typing,, extra-long wear, typewriter ribbon economyl Aik vi far prictt and dtmontlration \ * YELLAND «t HANES 11 EAST STATE ST. September Was Cool and Dry; Corn Nearly Ready for Picking Crops matured normally through the cool, dryer than normal weather in September. With the arrival of October farmers are surveying their fields with the expectation of getting corn picking under way soon. The corn is dry, nearly ready for harvesting and should be picked as soon as possible to avoid losses from the dropping of ears, a condition aggravated by the corn*- — '. borer, according to Marion E. Olson, Cerro Gordo county extension agent. Surveys the last few days, Mr. Dlson stated, reveal the corn borer has done more damage than anticipated. Early and late corn is damaged the worst. Nevertheless there will be bulging cribs of corn after the picking gets out ol the way. The corn will not all be top grade, but will provide an abundance of feed for North Iowa hogs. Attacks in Waves Following is the temperature table for the month: Jan. Feb. March April May- June July Aug. Sept. TEMPERATURE 1949 1948 1947 12.18 22.00 19.54 29.12 51.28 56.55 66.86 73.99 72.92 66.54 14.45 14.10 29.95 46.08 62.88 70.19 75.04 72.56 57.81 13.74 28.30 46.58 53.17 63.08 10.57 77.23 65.03 Nor. 13.50 16.90 30.40 45.90 57.50 66.19 71.60 68.70 60.90 Intoxication—Harold L. Tanner, 1* W Slate, and William A. O'Donnell, 2004 S Federal, each forfeited $10 bond. Disorderly Conduct—Darrow I). Gates Marble Hock, forfeited $50 bond. Overtime Parking—C. W. Cowan, 1004 N. Federal; Mrs. Ralph Hart, 14.23 Rhod Island N. E.; John Bartlett, Clear Lake and Mrs. Raymond Gallagher, Burchinal cucli forfeited SI band. Parkins In Restricted Zone—Mrs. II Rljipcn, 302 IStli S. E.; Don Mutli, Rock well; Betty McCoy, 1041 (1th S. W., and Tom Burke, o28 Pennsylvania S. E., each forfeited $1 bond. Births Reported (At Mercy Hospital)—Son to Mr. and Mrs. Richard J. Smith, 303 Georgia N. E. Friday. Son to Mr. and Mrs. Milton Phillips Clear Lake, .Friday. (At Park Hospital)—Son lo Mr. an Mrs. Harold J. Klein, Clear Lake, Friday THE REV. R. L. WILLIAMS —Conference President CLIFFORD H. BEEM —Laymen's League Governor ELECTED TO IMPORTANT CHURCH POSTS — Two members of the First Christian church in Mason City were named to important posts at the northeast Iowa conference of Christian churches at Vinton Thursday. The Rev. R. L. Williams of the* local church was elected president of the conference for 1949-50. Clifford H. Beem was elected governor of the northeast Iowa district for the Laymen's League of the Christian church, which is organized also on a state and national basis. Attending the conference .from the local church were the Rev. Mr. and Mrs. Williams, Mrs. Francis Kirkpatrick, woman's council rep- resentative, and Mr. and Mrs. One of the more important res- Ivan A. Barnes. olutions adopted was the recommendation to the state board for a living memorial lor the late Doctor J. Arthur Dillinger, who so faithfully served churches of Iowa years. the for Christian so many The outstanding speech of the conference was given by Virgil Sly, director of African missions who has just returned from Africa. Oct. 1, 1949 7 Mason City Globe-Gazette, Maton City, I*. Elmer 69, Succumbs Rites to Be Held on Monday Morning Elmer L. Tanner, 69, died at his home, 109 19th S. E., Friday evening after a short illness. He had been a resident of Mason City for the past 33 years. Mr. Tanner was born at Rockwell June 6, 1880. He spent the greater part of his younger life there and was married to Nell Gaffney June 5, 1901, at Rpckwell. Later they moved to Mason City, where they had since resided. Surviving are his wife, 3 sons, John Tanner, Clear Lake, and Pat and Marvin Tanner of Mason City, 3 daughters, Mrs. H. L. Heimeh- dinger and Mrs. Luella Olson, Clear Lake, and Mrs. Marion Thompson, Mason City, and 2 sisters, Mru. Dell Miller, Runnels, Iowa, and Mrs. Lottie Henderson, Rockford. He was employed as a cement contractor the greater part of his life and recently retired. The body will lie in state at the Colonial funeral home, where the Rdsary will be said Saturday and Sunday at 8 p. m. Funeral services will be held at 10 a. m. Monday at the Colonial chapel. Burial will be at Sacred Heart cemetery at Rockwell. The Colonial funeral home in charge. U.C.LA.-lowa Movies to Be Shown at JCC Here Monday The corn borer attacks have come in waves throughout the growing season, the extension agent stated. The first wave hit the early corn. The medium planted crop was not affected so much, while the 2nd echelon of borers attacked the late crop. Small borers are now eating into kernels in some fields. Mr. Olson is starting a systematic survey of the corn situation and effects of the corn borer. This study is expected to be helpful in mapping out corn crop handling next year. The study has already revealed that where spraying was done exactly as recommended, when the borer 1st emerged and then again 7 days later, it was effective in stopping damage. Much of the spraying was done after the borer had done serious damage, which although it helped, was too late to be completely effective. Rain Needed Despite the fact that there continues a moisture deficiency,.grass and pastures continued in good shape and beans are about average. Combing of beans is under way. Soil conditions, however, are dry and heavy rains before freeze up time would be most beneficial, Mr. Olson stated. Rainfall in September totaled ".17 inches compared with a lormal 3.90 inches, although double the 1.58 inches that fell in September, 1948. Practically all the rain fell the 1st half of the month, the largest coming in the 24 hour period end- ng at 8 a. m. on the llth, which totaled 1.34 inches. Measurable precipitation fell on ) days. Twelve days were clear, 8 partly cloudy and 10, cloudy. Following is the moisture chart for the month: Below is the chart showing the daily readings as taken each morning at 8 at the KGLO traps- mitter for the 24 hours previous: Date 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 IB 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 SEPTEMBER, 1949 Max. Min. Tree. 68 34 76 52 82 57 .f>5 74 60 .15 77 52 .76 70 51 .10 58 53 .02 67 43 72 42 79 49 66 55 1.34 69 59 .06 76 40 .14 57 34 69 46* 73 49 79 58 81 43 79 43 65 38 80 48 68 44 71 36 63 34 74 48 76 52 trace 77 43 .05 64 38 56 24 65 33 Realty Transfers Lewis, Ambrose V. & Dorothy A.. Leo Warner SI other WD L 378 S Hgts. April 5, 1948. Nelson, Robert B. i Harriet Woodrow to Albert C. Green & Beulah A., Jt. Ten SI other \VI) L3 Virginia Place add M. C. Sept. 23, 1(149. Thomas, Charles H., Jr., & Marcella M., to Henry O. Peterson & Pearl C., Jt. Ten. SI other WD L 47 Iloyt's 1st add. M. C. Scpl. 17, 194!>. Weaver, Elmer E. & Mary S., to Jacob E. Spratt $225 WD L 11 llfk. S, Beaver's add. C. L. Sept. 3, 18-19 Belt, Malcolm G. & Gertrude H., to Earl F. Jacobs & Vcrda Irene, Jt. Ten., SI other WD L 18 Blk. 8 Highlands M. C. Sept. 3D, 1919. Roben, Henry & Louisa M., to Henry Roben <t Louisa M., Jt. Ten., SI other WD Lots 5 & G Blk. 3 Titus' add. Rockwell. Sept. 29, I9I». Roben, Henry & Louisa M., to Henry Roben & Louisa M., Jt. Ten., SI other All N>i NE 89-91-20 East Kwy. R. R. Sept. XI, 1010. Decker, Edith L., By Milton H. Decker, Atty. in fact, to Howard A. Poshusla & Marian Jessica, Jt. Ten., $1 other QCD L a B 17 Aud's. plat L It In EM; SE Jt E ',4 'NE ]8-9(i-2(h May 13, 1917. Eddy, Glenn A. & Mary E., to Crawford Homiihill $] other 1VD Lots 11 & 12 B 4 Swnledalc. April 28, 1949. Birth Certificates Tcrrence LI can, born Sept. 2 to Mr. and Mrs. Dclmer Jenkins, Manly; Chcrylc Kay, born Sept. 5 to Mr. and Mrs. Newell E. Dcufschcr, 725 Kentucky N. E.; Dennis Palmer, born Sept. 7 to Mr. and Mrs. Palmer C. Dahl, Manly; Carol Ann, horn Sept. 7 to Mr. and Mrs. Eugene W. Bailey, 1729 N. Federal; Evcrettc Lewis, Jr., born Sept. 7 to Mr. and Mrs. Evcr- ctte Lewis Plnla, 121 Georgia N. E.; Kenneth Vern, born Sept. 7 to Mr. and Mrs. Wayne L. Blgelow, route 4; Karen Louise, born Sept. 8 to Mr. and Mrs. Willarrt L. Aldrlch, 1708 Taft S. W. Judith Lynn, born Sept. 8 to Mr. and Mrs. Henry J. Kroon, Sioux Center; KIchard Etvin, born Sept. 8 to Mr. and Mr,,. Merle E. Clipperton, Thornton; Jay Patrick, born Sept. 8 to Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Duane Stork, Clear Lake; Frances Ann, born Sept. 8 to Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Roy LIndaman, Rockwell; William Kent, Jr., born Sept. 0 to Mr. and Mrs. William K. Barker, Osagc; Bonnie Lou and Connie Sue, born Sent. 9 to Mr. and Mrs. Marion IV. Saffell, 301 Indiana S. E.; Max Hawkins, guard for the' University of Iowa's 1939 Iron! Men, will show movies of last' week's UCLA-Iowa football game at the opening meeting of the Mason City Junior Chamber of Commerce at the V. F. W. club Monday night. The movies will be open to the public at 8:30 p. m. The jaycees will hold their 6:30 p. m. dinner meeting with coaches of the local high schools and junior college as guests. President Steve Stahl announced. Hawkins, now field representative for the university, will give some highlights of this year's team before showing the pictures of the Uclans 41-25 victory. Don Woodhouse of Mason City "looks very good in the pictures" Hawkins said Saturday. Woodhouse caught 4 passes for 70 yards gain and returned one punt for 26 yards. Persons coming for the movies only are requested to use the main door of the V. F. W., at the north side of the club. Lloyd Loers is the program chairman for the jaycees this year. They will meet semi-monthly at the V. F. W. A report will be given Monday on the recently completed membership drive. Jan. ...-. Teb. .. March April . May .. June . July . . August Sept. . MOISTURE 1949 1948 ,. 2.53 . .27 ,. 2.74 ,, 1.18 ,. 1.56 ,. 5.57 .. 5.08 .. 2.06 .. 3.17 .09 2.52 1.91 2.71 2.48 3.84 1.24 1.91 1.58 1947 Nor. 1.17 .86 .98 1.40 2.30 4.38 4.71 3.50 4.16 .43 .39 3.03 3.34 9.95 2.88 2.98 1.61 3.90 Totals 24.16 18.28 25.78 26.19 The month just past was one of the coolest Septembers for years with a mean of 57.81 compared with 66.54 in September, 1948, and a normal of 60.90 degrees. L o w e st temperature of the month was 24 degrees registered on the early morning of the 29th, which brought the first killing frost of the fall. Light frosts were also on record for the mornings of the 1st and the 14th, on which days the mercury was down to 34. Highest temperature for the month was 82 reached on the 2nd. Sheriff's Office Photo CALIFORNIA CUTOFF—Alfred Gale, 54, Los Angeles, missed the turn east on MacNider corner, east of Mason City on highway 18 Friday night, and found no road going on south enroute to Charles City. Gale escaped injury as the car upset in the ditch. He was able to drive it away, however, after a wrecker righted it. Ask Ray Seney 19 EAST STATE STREET Globe-Gazette Photo TOO HOT TO HANDLE—Ernest Voaklander of Little Cedar found himself making a quick adjustment to driving Saturday morning. He was traveling towards Mason City on highway 65 when, about 5 miles north of the city, flames burst out under the front seat. Voaklander made hasty exit but not in time to keep the interior and much of the exterior from burning. Note left rear tire burning here. Cause of the fire was not immediately determined. Michael Timothy, born Sept. 0 to Mr. and Mrs. Francis H. Charles, Manly; Janet Lydla, born Sept. 9 to Mr. and Mrs William L. Martin, 19 Ohio S. E. John Cary Elmer, born Sept. 9 to Mr and Mrs. Carlyle Eugene Sheldon, Manly; Glorianna Esther, born Sept. 10 to Mr and Mrs. John MIndock, 417 3rd S. W.; Judith Lu, born Sept. 10 to Mr. and Mrs George H. Jackson, Rockwell; Renlta Kay, born Sept. 10 to Mr. and Mrs Arnold P. Hogcn. Kensctt; Kerry Alan born Sept. 11 to Mr. and Mrs. Henry L Winders, 1412 Pennsylvania S. E.; Darry: Lee, born Sept. 11 to Mr. and Mrs. Clarence L. Ellingson, 15 W. State; Bonnie Lou, born Sept. 12 to Mr. and Mrs. Harold E. A. Boettchcr, Grafton; Larry Dean born Sept. 12 to Mr. and Mrs. Dwigh V. Elwood, Nora Springs; Jean Marie born Sept. 13 to Mr. and Mrs. James A O'DonncIl, Jr., 340 21sl S. V?.; Rene Irene, born Sept. 13 to Mr. and Mrs Arlo D. llalvorson, 904 12th N. W.; Jo seph Jerome, born Sept. 13 to Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Joseph Adams, Slacyvllle Robert George, born Sept. 13 to Mr. and Mrs. Marvyn S. Renshaw, Clear Lake. Lcunne Grace, born Sept. 14 to Mr. ant Mrs. Leo A. Schullz, 216 2Glh S. E. Kobce K. born Sept. 14 to Mr. and Mrs Charles R. Lennon, 411V= E. State; Jcralc Merl, born Sept. 14 lo Mr. and Mrs. Mer R. Jackson, roulo 1; Jill, born Sept. 14 I Mr. and Mrs. Richard F. Lockwood, 23 13th S. E.; Kendall Dean, born Sept. 1 to Mr. and Mrs. Cnrroll E. Boehlje, Shef field; Konald Gaylord, born Sept. 14 t Mr. and Mrs. Gaylord M. Bendickson llGii N. Federal; Connie Lynn, hor Sept". 11 to Mr. and Mrs., Fred Florcs route 1; Calhy Susan, born Sept. 15 t Mr. and Mrs. Bernard E. Spanglcr, Cor •with; Dean Lorainc, horn Sept. 13 to Mr and Mrs. Marvin B. Gepharl, route 1. Larry Allen, born Sept. 15 to Mr. an Mrs. Miles S. Chenaiilt, ll)7Vi 12th N. W. Terry Lcc, born Sept. 1(1 to Mr. and Mrs Clarence A. Simmons, -104 fith S. W Diane Marie, born Sept. It! to Mr. and Mrs. Allan F. Doughan, Brill; Knthcrine Ann, horn Sept. t(i to Mr. and Mrs. Al- phnnse E. Wlhlm, Dougherty; Deborah Myrlc, horn Sept. 1G lo Mr. and Mrs. Eggo E. Frcrlchs, Osagc; Joan Ellen, horn Sept. 1<( to Mr. and Mrs. John J. Jlnd- rlch, Swalcdale; Thomas Robert, born Sept. 17 lo Mr. and Mrs. Robert T. Chlsholm, Clear Lake; Roseanne Mary, born Sept. 17 to Mr. and Mrs. Doycc E. Woodlwiss, Rudd; Barbara Lynn, born Sept. 17 to Mr. and Mrs. John T. Mattls, Garner. Donald Raymond, horn Sept. 17 to Mr. and Mrs. Walter F. Hagen, !i09 Washington S. W.; David George, horn Sept. 18 to Mr. and Mrs. George II. Brown, Brltt; David William, horn Sept. 18 lo Mr. and Mrs. John. .W. Vanoskl, 324 l:Hh S. E.; Diana Mac, "born 1 Sept. 19 to Mr. nnd Mrs. Harold A. Lane, 20Jr> Harding R. W.; Vicky .lean, horn Scpl. 19 to Mr. and Mrs. Mclvin J. Peterson. 1017 Pennsylvania S. E.; Laurel Jean, born Sept. 19 to Mr. and Mrs. James V. Hamilton, Garner; Jerry Dale, born Sept. 19 to Mr. and Mrs. William D. Linahon, Klcmme. Dale Elton, born Sept. 20 to Mr. and Mrs. Harlta E. Moorchead, Ventura; Frederick Gerald, born Sept. 2A to Mr. nnd Mrs. Leslie I>. Whlpple, 124 W. State; Robert James, born Sept. 20 lo Mr. nnd Mrs. Jnmcs C. Blackman, (110 First S. E.; Sharilyn Kny, born Sept. 20 to Mr. nnd Mrs. Eugene R. Eldrldgc, route I; Sue Ann, horn Sept. 20 to Mr. and Mrs. Anthony II. Bartlk, Jr., Brltt; David Elliot, born Sept. 21 to Mr. nnd Mrs. Dnn- nld A. Green, Clear Lake; Crnlg Alan, horn Sept. 21 to Mr. nnd Mrs. Harold W Smith, route 3. Martin Eugene, horn Scpl. 21 to Mr. nnd Mrs. Roger A. Rusl, Chap In; Mary Kny, born Scpl. 21 to Mr. and Mrs. Howard J. Crowlcy, MO Tyler S. W.; Myrna Rac, born Sept. 21 to Mr. and Mrs. F.I gar L. Smith, Nora Springs; Gerald Dean, born Sept. 2'J to Mr. nnd Mrs. Vernon C. Rlstnu, Thornton; Steven Leslie, horn Sept. 22 to Mr. nnd Mrs. Vernon B. Hoi- lister, Clear Lake; Rosrann Louise, born Sept. 23 to Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Legler, route •!; Lavern David, horn Sept. 24 to Mr. nnrt Mrs. Shcrrll O. Banner, route 1: Paula Mnrlc, born Sept. 24 to Mr. and Mrs. Norman L. Suhy, 21(1 14th N. F..: Dennis Engcnf, horn Sept. 24 to Mr. nnd Mrs. Lloyd K. Hcggcslail, Norihwond: Michael Milan, horn Sept. 24 to Mr. nnd Mrs. Mikr M. Onsen, fH8 Polk place S. W.; Jacrpiclyn Sue, horn Sept. 21 to Mr. and Mrs. Wnyno I). Jnnobson, Clear Lake; Scott Mnrtln, born Sept. 2-1 lo Mr. nnd Mrs. Earl M. Ferlcman, Jr., 221 Adnms N. W.; Mary .Tane, born Scpl. 25 In Mr. and Mr*. Arthur L. Bowman, Leland. Missal Appointed on Road Committee of Officers' Group Garner—Stanley Martin, president of the National Association of County Officers, has appointed Fred C. Missal as a member of he roads and highways commit- ee of the national association. The mid-season conference of the association will be held at the itevens hotel in Chicago Dec. 2 and 3, at which time the various committees will meet on legis- ative matters and to make plans 'or the annual conference to be held at Atlantic City, next July. Pastor to Address Club on Communism Garner—Msgr. W. C. Hradecky of Duncan will address the Garner Progressive club at its initial meeting of the current season at the Hull cafe dining room, beginning with a 7 o'clock dinner Monday evening. Msgr. Hradecky will speak on communism. Hradecky has traveled extensively in countries now dominated by communistic influence. Charles City an Dies at Home of Daughter Charles City — Mrs. Jennie Klunder, 81, died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Herman Tur- beck, 512 17th avenue, at 10:30 a. m. Friday. Mrs. Klunder had been in failing health for several years. Burial will be in Grundy Center. Born May 21, 1868, in Germany, she was the daughter of John and Agnes Oken Muhring. Her first husband, Hiko Isder, died in 1902. Henry Klunder died in 1924. Mrs. Klunder had made her home with her children. Survivors include 4 daughters, Mrs. Agnes Holl, Estherville; Mrs. Turbeck, Charles City; Mrs. Elmer Whitmire, Modesto, Cal., and Mrs. George Reil, Grundy Center, and one son, John Isder, Ether- ville. A brother,. Pat Muhring, Grundy Center, ajso survives. Reports Poppy Sales Game r—Mrs. J. T. Denney, president of the V. F. W. auxiliary, reports the recent sale of poppies netted the sum of $122.38. More than 1,000 poppies were sold with Mrs. Irene Daniels holding the honor of selling the greatest num- her and Mrs. Harry Quintus, 2nd place. The members of the Rainbow Girls' organization did a fine job, too. Study for Ministry Thompson — Marlyn Hansing and BurneLL Lund began their sophomore year at the Lutheran Theological Seminary at St. Paul, Minn. Robert Mattison began his freshman year at Augsbury college at Minneapolis, Minn. All 3 boys are studying for the ministry. for AMANA Home Freezers 20 East State Phone 17 GARAGE MEN AND REPAIR MEN USE OUR COMPLETE MACHINE SHOP SERVICE Special tools, machinery aud facilities combined with years of experience in the automotive field assure substantial satisfaction. Avail yourself of this most complete automotive machine shop and replacement parts service. Give us a ring when you have a job. We'll do the rest. Berry Machine and Motor Parts 118 South Delaware Avc. Mason City, Iowa NOTICE On Account of a Religious Holiday This Store Will Be CLOSED * Monday, Oct. 3 Open Tues., Oct. 4 at 9 a. m. MIER WOLF & SONS

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