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Mason City, Iowa
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Saturday, October 1, 1949
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18- A Sept. 30. City Globe-G«eU.'. Mason Mason City Calendar speaker club V J irst Mothodtat m " John Vandercook, ruction meeting. Y OCT. 24— Charles Eagle Plume addresses " a? NOV. 2-First number Albert auditor l"m. KOV i« auor "m. ais p m N °V. 3— New York Civic Opera presentation ot "Carmen" at Roosevelt field- Excha "S« club p <? hrlstlan Science lecture E. Simms, C. S., of Austin w Drainage contractors tilers conference sponsored bv Brick & ™ e -company. y ' 8pm.' annua! club presents Robert * Methodis ' church. Conce «. Columbia ,. Schoo) au - rEB. 27— Community Concert, Slgl Wels- e ' Pianistl hiEh gch001 p. m. HERE IN MASON CITY Paper Headquarters, Shepherds. Dry Your Clothes in 10 minutes at the Laundrite. Storm sash repair, window glass Boomhower Hdwe. See Spred Satin ad in "Life" Get Spred Satin at Paynes. > Professional tuning improves any piano, neglect ruins the best Kenneth H, Larson, 118 21st S. E. K of C's announce the first of their regular dances for members and friends at the hall Sat., Oct. 1st. Good music. Chicken dinner, Sun., Oct. 2, Sacred Heart church, Rockwell Iowa, starting 4 p. m. $1 adults, 50c children. Rebekahs will meet at I O O F. hall at 1:45 p. m. Saturday to attend the funeral of ' Sister Eva Turnure. Noble Grand. Red. Star Oil features Certified Metered fuel oil deliveries; Quantity discounts. See us for famous "Spark" circulating heaters. Ph. 1328. Rural Teachers Improve Music, Art Instruction Cerro Gordo county's rural teachers worked this week to bring art and music instruction up to modern standards in their schoolrooms, Mrs. Hazel V. Chappell, county superintendent of schools, reported Friday. Saturday Mrs. Mabel Root, elementary supervisor, and a large group of the teachers are going to Cedar Falls to take part in an art workshop sponsored by Iowa State Teachers college. The trip will include an inspection of the new art building at the college. John W. Mitchell, assistant professor in the music department of Iowa State ^Teachers college, conducted 4 workshop sessions in various parts of the county Tuesday and Wednesday to instruct the rural teachers in the use of the new music textbook. New songs and records are being introduced this fall in the rural schools for the first time in many years, Chappell said. Mrs. Song in the Air," a radio instruction program over station WOI, Ames, each Monday afternoon at 2:30 is part of the regular classroom routine for most of the rural schools, the superintendent said. Most of the schools have radios. The program is conducted by Prof. Mitchell. Mrs. Chappell and Mrs. Root also will be in Cedar Falls Monday attending a workshop conference on supervision, she reported. Tuesday Mrs. Chappell will attend the bi-monthly meeting of the county superintendents of the North Central Iowa district County Supt. Harry Doeringsfeld Hampton, will be host. Oct. 7 Mrs. Chappell will leave after a summer's by car with other Iowa county sence superintendents for Memphis, Tenn., to attend the National Conference of County and Area Superintendents, Oct. 9 to 12. The Cerro Gordo superintendent will be the panel leader for a discussion of public relations. are all forms of pure carbon. 4-H Boys and Girls Cited for Records w^^k W l t i M - ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^HMHHHHMBMttMMMHHHb'& vx^&iJVo/e. » A . >>:>&v»y.v.v.'.,... fJ . u 25 Members of Cerro Gordo Clubs Honored Given Awards by KiwanisClub Twenty-five Cerro Gordo county 4-H club boys and girls were honored at the Mason City Kiwanis club meeting Thursday noon for keeping the best record books on 4-H projects for the year. They were judged the best from among the near 500 4-H members in the county. Two girls merited distinction in the boys' division as a 4-H club leader pointed out a number of the girls have farm as well as home projects. The girls were Betty Wilson of Clear Lake and Doris Gruis of the Meservey club. .. This is the first year that the Kiwanis club, through its agriculture committee, has recognized this achievement. The 15 winners for farm project records were: Andy Oswald Roger Katz, Roger Diercks' Robert Pruin," Bud Schurtz, Ralph Diercks, Gerald Dean and Delmar Diercks, all of Mason City; Doris Gruis, George Diercks, Lee Uruis, Galen Gruis and Leonard Gobeli of Meservey, Betty Wilson and Franklin Enfield of Clear iake. Diercks and Dean were unable to be present as they are attending Iowa State college. Topping the home project record keepers were: Merry Lou Foster Irma Carle, Sarah Oswald and Ruth Kelck, Mason City; Ardella Watson, Connie Albers, and Lois Zook of Clear Lake, Verna Hansen, route 3, Garner; Eunice Ax. Ventura, and Virginia Lair, Rock Falls. 7 From One Club Farm project 4-H leaders present were Leo Oswald, Robert Wilson, Gene Janssen and W. S. Fulghum. Oswald's club had 7 of the winners and Janssen's had 5. Home project leaders attending were Mrs. Leigh Curran, Mrs. Howard Sorenson, Mrs. Charles Momyer, Mrs. Earl Dean and Mrs. Grant Johnson. Mrs. Harlan Toppin was unable to attend. Six of the county's 16 girls' clubs were represented on the honor list. Paul C. Taff, assistant director of extension of Iowa State college, was speaker at the meeting. He congratulated the winners and the Kiwanis club for sponsoring the project. Taff said 4-H club work has succeeded because of co-operation with a number of other groups. First, parents in the home must be willing to co-operate, he stated. Then there is a need for good leaders, public aid and private aid, such as the Kiwanis club, federal, state and county appropriations. He concluded by citing a proverb, "If you want to plan for one year, plant grain; if for 20 years, plant trees, if for 100 years, plant men." Van Essen Nominated Dave Diercks, chairman of the agriculture committee, introduced the speaker and the winners, each of whom received a $4 check. Other members of the Kiwanis agriculture committee are: L. V. Lee, George O'Neil, R. B. Gray, C. O. Wilkinson, Jack Dickenson, Rudy Anderson and Russ Johnston. President Max Boyd announced a proposed slate of officers to be presented at the annual election. H. E. Van Essen has been nominated for president; Ed Sippel, vice president; and R. C. Keister, treasurer. Seven nominated for directorships are: Roy Axeen, Glen Doty, Carl Grupp, L. W. Kornbaum, John Mackin, Roger Patton and Chan Welch. C. E. Cornwell was in charge of the induction ceremony for 3 new members. They are: W. H. "Bill" Tate, insurance and real estate: Guy Zack, manager of Elmwood cemetery, and Oris "Tommy" Thompson, manager of the A. & P. store. Cliff Koenigstein of the Central Auto Electric was welcomed back into the club. He has returned to Mason City after residing at Fort Dodge. C. E. Clement, was also welcomed back leave of ab- Lester Milligan and the Rev. Halsey Carstens led the singing. At Convention Garner—Mrs. R. J. Fritsch, Garner -librarian, is participating in the state meeting of the Iowa Li- Diamonds; coal and graphite brary association in Des Moines •f* ol 1 f /^VrVl O f\f rMTT*£l f>«-» V»l^^\r» f l-\ I r* ^»r r\f*]rr\-r\ rl this weekend. NOW OPEN ALL NIGHT SATURDAYS AND SUNDAYS SERVING DELICIOUS TASTY DINNERS Specializing in Juicy, Tender Steaks — Chicken and Ribs DRIVE OUT WHERE IT'S EASY TO »ARK BRING THE FAMILY s Cafe • i L ? LED COUNTY—Receiving girls' awards were these "4-Hers" shown with their leaders. Front row, left to right, Merry Lou Foster, Mason City; Irma Carle, Mason City; Ruth Kelck, Mason City; Sarah Oswald, Mason City, and Virginia Lair, Kock tails. Second row, Ardella Watson, Clear Lake; Eunice Ax, Ventura; Mrs. Leigh bin-ran, Jeader; Mrs. Grant Johnson, leader; Lucile Buchanan, county extension home economist; Mrs. Earl Dean, leader; Mrs. Charles Momyer, leader; Mrs. Howard Sorenson, leader, and Lois Zook, Clear Lake. Not present were Verna Hansen, route 3, Garner and Connie Albers, Clear Lake. 1730 South Federal rn/-v T - ¥ -.-l * Ti ^t r T-*V-»y~v ~*~r-\ *~*rr» •»-».•»•*T^-^-.•»« - Globe-Gazette Pholos TOP FARM PROJECT DIVISION—Recognized by the Mason City Kiwanis club for their outstanding record keeping were these 4-H club members and their leaders (in the boys division, it says here, but 2 girls also qualified). Front row, left to right, Wallace Johnson, county youth assistant; Betty Wilson, Clear Lake; Doris Gruis of Klemme who belongs to the Meservey 4-H club; George Dierks, Meservey, and Andy Oswald, Mason City. Second row, Marion Olson, county extension director; Roger Katz, Mason City; Roger Diercks, Mason City; Robert Pruin, Mason City; Lee Gruis, Meservey; Galen Gruis, Meservey; Gene Janssen, Meservey leader, and Paul C. Taff, assistant director of extension at Iowa State college. Third row, W. S. Fulghum, Mason City; Franklin Enfield, Clear Lake; Leo Oswald, Mason City leader; Bud Schurtz, Mason City; Ralph Diercks, Mason City; Dave Diercks, Mason City, chairman of the Kiwanis committee; Leonard Gobeli, Meservey. Not present were Delmar Diercks and Gerald Dean. NEWS of RECORD Births Reported (At Mercy Hospital)—Daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Olson, Xorthwoud, Friday. Daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Herbert II. Baker, 512 Carolina S. E., Thursday. Daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Roy D. Coslow, liritt, Thursday. Son to Mr. and Mrs. Clifford "Bill" Thomas, 302 14th N. W., Friday. Son to Mr. and Mrs. Richard C. Madson, 70» Washington N. W., Thursday. Son to Mr. and Mrs. George Gordon, Gordonsvllle, Minn., Thursday. (At Park Hospital)—Son to Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth J. Graham, 2510 S. Federal, Thursday. Police Court Overtime Parking — George Mcndon, ll:<6 3rd S. \V.; Jack Murray, 16li Crescent Drive; Norman W. Rice, lin 3rd S. W.; Hugh M. Gilmorc, 41)1 1st S. K.; Kenny Thompson, 320 14th N. W., and John Mocn, (i llth N. E., each forfeited 51 bond. Kenct Pcarcc, 2 Circle Drive, forfeited $3 for 3 tickets. Disorderly Conduct—Kenneth IJ. .Hunt, Chicago; Arthur C. 1'ugh, Sajfus, Mass., and Everett Ijcc Ozment, Cairo, 111., each forfeited $10 bond. Intoxication—Arnold .1. Paulson, 315 Dth S. W.; John P. Swleolskl, Chicago; Cashmir .T. Granze, Hastings, Minn.; William H. Conroy, Chicago; John W. Gore, Eliza- bcthtown. Ky.; Calvin Eptlng, Macon, Ga.; Frank Altkcns, Minneapolis; William C. Costln, Rocky Mountain, N. Car., and Oils E. Meyers, Iluntington, W. Va., each forfeited $10 bond. New Car Sales Fred Slockbcrger, Mason City, While truck; Zenor Motor Co., Mason City, ^ Oldsmohilcs; A. E. Edgington, H'JII Elm drive, Chevrolet truck; Eugene Curry, Clear Lake, Chevrolet truck; M. A. Arneson, Clear Lake, Mercury; Marvin Alfred Pctersen, Rockwell, Bulck. Marriage Licenses T..CO U. W.irrter, ^3, and Helen I). Tfckal, 211, liolh of Mason City; Orln A. nratrud, '-'">, Kcnsett, and Belly -Tanc Bcincl, ^5, Mason City; John Francis Stephens, Jr., 2'J, New Richmond, AVis., and Anita MH- rlf Simon, J8, Hqnrdman, Wis. Realty Transfers Un Hm Bk & Tr Co To M. S. Sleece Jl other Q. C. P. L. II! 131k -I It & O add M. C. O-'ia-JB. Springer Johanna To Charles E. Flcm- ming & Josephine Rosa $t other Q. C. D. Lot T Blk I South Haven add Clear Lake. fi-JS-'tS. Hansen Harold ,T i Dorthea. F. To Donald W. Lamtiie & Candacc Packard U'. 1). L 13 Blk 1 Andersen & Christensen add Clear Lake. 9-'i7-l!». Frederick Orlln C. To C. F. & Lcona Belle Klnncy SI WI) L ft & W!i Lot 10 Blk 'Zr> N Plymouth. 11-27-18. Wolfe Harold K & Lcnna E. To Ralph N. McCarron & Margaret -It. Tent. $1 WD L :t Blk 51 Horace G. Parker's add M. C. 0-29-1D. Attend Services of Mrs. Ike Thompson Mrs. Alta Olson, 211 14lh N. E. and son, Melvin E. Olson, attended the funeral services for Mrs. Ike Thompson, at Boonc, Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Thompson died suddenly Tuesday afternoon. Surviving arc her husband, daughter, Mrs. Edgar T. (Thelma) Olson, California, a daughter, Mary Ellen, 0 at home, and 2 sons, Clyde Thompson, Ames, and Earl Thompson, California. The Russian books in the U. S. Library of Congress outnumber those in any other library outside of Russia. HARVESTER MOTOR TRUCK MANAGER — Richard Selby, pictured above, has assumed the position of retail motor truck branch manager of the International Harvester company here. He came to Mason City from the International Harvester company district office at Omaha, where he was sales promotion supervisor. The Conosloga wagon used in the U. S. covered wagon days was 16 feet long and its wheels were as high as a man. MOVING PROBLEMS SIMPLIFIED when you call 1070 HEIMENDINGER TRANSFER LINE owned and operated by Lloyd L. McGee office — 823 4th St. S. W. « A* LOANS or conventional loans for purchasing HOMES — FARMS COMMERCIAL BUILDINGS OR REFINANCING EXISTING LOANS attractive rates good terms prompt action THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK of Mason City. Iowa Real Estate Loan Department A. M. Hnlsor, Mnnngar Mnln Floor Kcl Nuddlemnn, AssU Nortlv Lobby James Cassidy Services Held Rites Conducted at Holy Family Church Requiem Solemn High Mass wa^ celebrated for James J. Cassidy al Holy Family Catholic church Thursday, with Father John T Reed, celebrant, Father Vincent C Merfield, deacon, and Msgr. A, J Breen, sub-deacon. Alter boys were Tom Sheehy Mike Ryan and Roy Hutson. Pallbearers were C. H. Beckman, D. E. Lannon, Dan Gallagher, Earl Carney, Frank Berry and Ray Van Note. Interment was at St. Joseph's Catholic cemetery. The Patterson-James funeral home in charge. 200 Luther Leaguers to Meet Sunday Represent 12 North Iowa Communities St. James Lutheran church will host to some 200 Luther Leaguers from 12 communities in Morth Iowa Sunday in the all-day '.all rally of the Hawkeye Federation of Iowa District Luther Leagues. The visitors are expected for the Sunday school session at 9:45 a. m. and will attend the 11 a. m. service, which will be preached by the Rev. W. Hulme, new Christian professor at Wartburg college, Waverly. The noon luncheon will be a poltuck meal and the afternoon meetings will open with a project clinic. After devotions, which will be led by the host league, a business session will be held to elect officers. The afternoon will conclude with choral union practice and fellowship games. At 6 p. m. a banquet will be held in the Garfield school gymnasium to be followed by installation of . officers. Included in the banquet program will be a number of skits. Theme of the rally is taken from the Scriptural passage: "The Earth Is the Lord's and the Fullness Thereof." Towns sending leagues are Corwith, Dows, 2 from Titonka, the Good Hope and the Immanuel church leagues, Britt, .Renwick, Woden, Lakota, Rockwell, Thornton, Sheffield and Hampton. Jerry C. Frahm, 3, Dies at Hospital; Services on Monday Jerry Charles Frahm, 3 year old son of Mr. and Mrs. John L. Frahm, route 3, Clear Lake, died at a local hospital at 7:30 p. m. Thursday following an illness. The child was born Aug. 10, 1946, in Mason City. Surviving are the parents, 2 brothers, Gary and Larry, and the grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Nettleton and Mrs. Minnie Frahm, Mason City, and other relatives. A prayer service will be held Monday at 2 p. m. at the chapel of the McAuley and Son funeral home, with the Rev. Warner M. Hubbard, pastor of the First Methodist church, Clear Lake, officiating. Interment will be at Memorial Park cemetery. The McAuley and Son funeral home in charge. Tiny Hill's Band Climax of Harvest Festival at Surf America's biggest bandleader, Tiny Hill, will climax the week of Harvest Festival dances at the Surf ballroom, Sunday, Oct. 9. He tips the scales at 386 pounds and is noted as one of the most entertaining leaders in the band business. The week opens Tuesday, with the Six Fat Dutchmen playing foi an old time dance. The entire theme of the week will be cencereo around harvest time of the year and the Surf will be decorated with bales of hay, corn shocks, pumpkins and other harvest decorations. The schedule continues ou Thursday, Oct. 6, with a special polio benefit dance for charity with an all girl band, Morrow Melodians, providing the music. On Friday night, Oct. 7, tne 3rd harvest event will be featured with western music by Bob's Hillbillies, while on Saturday night, Oct. 8, Mai Dunn will be host to a modern dance. Sunday night will be the climax with Tiny Hill's band, currently on tour to the west coast. His is the personality responsible for such famous songs as "Angry." Lutheran Hour Adds ABC Network Broadcast Beginning Sunday, Oct. 2, Bringing Christ to the Nations will be heard also over the nation-wide facilities of the ABC network, in addition of the chain of the Mutual Broadcasting system, it was announced Friday. The time of the ABC network broadcast will be: 3 to 3:30 p m CST. '' "The use of the ABC network involves tremendous additional responsibilities and costs," sponsors of the program stated. "We are confident that friends of the Gospel everywhere will stand by Bringing Christ to the Nations in this milestone of progress for Christ. Pray, work and give for the forward march of Bringing Christ to the Nations." The Rev. C. A. Hinz of the Bethlehem Lutheran church, Mason City, which is affiliated with the Church of the Lutheran Hour stated that 111 stations in Japar have been placed? at the disposal of the Lutheran Hour broadcast. DMA BURGENER will UNLOAD your CARLOAD Phone 1010 HOUSEHOLD GOODS MOVING Packing and Crating ANNOUNCING NEW STORE HOURS BEGINNING MONDAY, OCTOBER 3 Hours Will Be 9 A. M. to 6 P. M. Daily 9 A. M, to 9 P. M. Fridays Closed All Day Sundays EARL'S FRUIT MARKET 1607 South Federal Why Save Here? Because we offer a savings plan that is ideal for the average person. Accounts may be opened with a small or large amount. Small accounts are welcome. Worthwhile dividends paid on accounts June 30th and December 31st each year make your savings grow faster. We offer a two fold service, one for Home Owners, one for savers. Home Loans. Here the principal and interest is taken care of in a single payment, each month. No delays—no red'tape. MUTUAL FEDERAL S AVINGS AND LOAN A SSOCIAT| °N 19 First St. N. E. Phone 365 Mason City, Iowa $,. Savings accepted in any amounts TINY HILL Rock Falls Resident Returns From Europe New York —Mrs. Ernestine Wilkinson of Rock Falls arrived ir New York Thursday on the Cu- h a r d White Star liner Queer Mary, after a trip from Southampton, England, and Cherbourg France. Among the 1,975 passengers aboard the ship were 3 congressmen who made a survey of socialized medicine in the Scandi. navian countries and England. Ir outspoken terms they denounced all forms of socialized medicine which they said was not working well over there and would bank-;] rupt any country. RADIO PICK UP A Dfuveav 819 SQ.FE&ERAL . TEL. 50 4 15 So. Wash. Phone 860 EXPERT SERVICE ' On All Makes Of RADIOS Specialized service on Wards Refrigerators; Washers and . small Appliances. Have Our Expert Check Your Oil Heater Effective Monday, Oct. 10,1949 regular scheduled bus service will begin to fhe S. E. part of the city over the following streets: Buses will leave 15th and Virginia S. E., on the hour and half hour, traveling north on Virginia to 8th St. S. E., West on 8th St. S. E. to Federal, North on Federal to 15th St. N. W. This service will be in effect between the hours of 6:30 a. m. to 9:00 a. m. Resuming service at 11:52 a. m., from State and Federal until 6:00 p. m. GO THE MOTOR COACH WAY MASON CITY MOTOR COAGH CO. HOTEL HANFORD SPECIAL SUNDAY DINNER October 2, 1949 APPETIZER: Tomato Juice, Grapefruit Juice, or V-8 Juice SOUP: Chicken Noodle or Cream of Mushroom with Croutons SALAD: Chef's Tossed or Health Salad RELISH: Celery, Olives, and Pickles ENTREE: BAKED VIRGINIA HAM, Pineapple Ring $1.75 ROAST PRIME RIBS OF BEEF, Au Jus. . 1.85 Vi FRIED SPRING CHICKEN, Disjointed .. 1.75 STUFFED PORK TENDERLOIN, Apple Sauce 1.35 CHICKEN A LA KING, en Casserole 1.35 BABY BEEF LIVER, Bacon Saute. : . . . .'.'.1.45 FRIED NEW YORK COUNT OYSTERS, Tartare . . 1.50 FRENCH FRIED SHRIMP, Cocktail Sauce 1.50 GRILLED LOIN PORK CHOPS, Appie Sauce 1.60 BROILED TOP SIRLOIN STEAK, Mushroom Sauce 2.00 BROILED FILET MIGNON, Bordelaise 2.25 VEGETABLE: Fresh Frozen Peas or Baby Lima Beans POTATOES: Whipped or Candied Sweet Potatoes DESSERT: Apple Pie, Peach Pie, or Ice Cream BEVERAGE: Coffee, Tea, or Milk BREAD: Parkerhouse Rolls, Butter Dinner Served Continuously from 11:30 A. M. to 8 P. M. Noon Day Lunches Excepting Sundays from 55c HOTEL HANFORD

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