Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on October 1, 1949 · Page 46
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 46

Mason City, Iowa
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Saturday, October 1, 1949
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Farmer Succumbs Near Forest City Forest City—Funeral services will be held at 2 p. m. Saturday in the American Baptist church here for A. F. Segerstrom, 74, who died at his farm home 5A miles northeast of here Wednesday. Mr. Segerstrom had lived in this vicinity for 62 years as a farmer and as operator of a hardware store here. He is survived by his wife: 5 children, Milton, Mildred, Benjamin of Red Wing, Minn., Charles of Cumberland and Bob, and 5 grandchildren. Aged Woman Dies at Home in Greene Greene—Funeral services for Mrs. Margaret McCracken, 93 were held at the Hann funeral home Thursday afternoon, the Rev. Marlin Reyburn, pastor of Calvary Baptist church officiating. Buria' Kvill be in Rose Hill cemetery She died at her home Tuesday from infirmities of age. She leaves the following children: Clarence McCracken, Mrs. Bertha Thomas and Mrs. C. M. Grouse, of Greene and Wayne McCracken, Charles City. She was the widow of Calvin McCracken who died in 1922 About 10 per cent of the stee workers of the United States are classed as unskilled. VEt ME OUT AT GREGERSON Insurance Agency PHONE 3983 I NEED INSURANCE Mason City GIobe-Gaielle. Mason City. It. Sept. 30, 1949 5-A 'T MISS THESE Globe-Gazette Photo 2,000 QUARTS IN ONE LOAD—One truck load of canned goods received by the Good Samaritan Home this week consisted of 2,000 quarts of food. Otto Nuehring, driver of the truck is standing on the'platform with a case in his hands, and the Rev. E. M. Mueller, superintendent of the home, is directly behind him as they start to unload the truck. Other ; : ^helpers in the picture are Hold Memorial for Naval Hero Forest City—Memorial services will be held for Lloyd O. Askildson, lost at sea Nov. 3, 1948, at 2:30 p. m. Saturday in the Immanuel Lutheran church here with the Rev. A. L. Halvorson in charge. Askildson was crew member ot a navy plane which crashed ' off the coast of Alaska. He had been in the navy for 4 years and 11 months. Survivors are his wife and son, Linn; his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Olai Askildson; his maternal grandmother, .Mrs. Josephine Halvorson of Leland; 6 brothers, Raymond, Eldon of Goldfield, Robert, who is stationed at an army air base in South Dakota, Dale Arlyn and Donald, and 2 sistefs, Betty, and Mrs. Donald Albertson. Dies in Minnesota Bancroft — Paul Schmidt received word Wednesday of the death of John Schultner at Verne- dale, Minn. Mr. Schultner lived here for many years and was a brother-in-law of Mr. Schmidt. He leaves one brother, Barney, and 2 sisters, Mrs. John Lang, Mason City, Mrs. Theresa Slayer, Winncbago, Minn K besides his wife and several children living at Vernedale. The funeral was to be Friday at the Catholic church at Vernedale with burial there. The U. S. rapid transit Industry carried a number of passengers in 1948 equal to about 10 times the population of the earth. in Richard Krieger, Albert Johnson, Gerhard Luecht and Bob Papach. Food donations of canned goods, including fruits and vegetables, have been coming in from various sources, individuals, churches, societies, clubs and congregations. Much of this is delivered personally by the donors. The dedication of the home will be on Oct. 9, when open house will be held from 1:30 to 5 p. m. and from 6:30 until 9 p. m. The dedication service will be at 3 p. m. at the Congregational church and the final rites of dedication will be at. the home at 4 p. m. Heads U. I. TJ. Juniors Bancroft—Don Froehle of Bancroft was elected president of the junior class at "Upper Iowa university, Fayeite. ft Honor the by Helping the Living Poppy The liny replicas of the Flanders Poppy were introduced 28 years ago as a symbol of the sacrifices made by our war dead . . . and as an endeavor to help the families of the valiant. Your purchase of this symbolic red flower means a smile on the face of the disabled veteran who made it for you. It is an active token of your remembrance of faith and of mighty deeds. Buy a an d help a noble cause. SATURDAY OCT. 1st Sponsored By V. F. W. Members and Ladies' Auxiliary* of SAN JUAN-MARNE POST 733, Veterans of Foreign Wars This Ad Sponsored By SAM RAIZES DEPARTMENT STORE STARTING IN THIS SUNDAY'S CHICAGO SUNDAY TRIBUNE '%T.*k Women f— Go vrr?*l -^«s££r //w** 5 *?VNW ^•^w 0" DA , ALL THESE REGULAR FEATURES: * The Big Main News and Sports Section... 9 • ' • * The World's Greatest Comics ... * The Color GRAFIC MAGAZINE ... * The ROTOGRAVURE PICTURE SECTION ... * RADIO PROGRAMS ... HOUSEHOLD HINTS .. And Many Other features.' IN THIS SUNDAY'S Itttfltf undau tribune THE WORLD'S GREATEST NEWSPAPER Order It In Advance From Your Newsdealer] For Home Delivery, Phone MASON CITY NEWS AGENCY, MASON CITY 334

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