Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on September 29, 1949 · Page 15
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 15

Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, September 29, 1949
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Rites Set for Crash Victim Clarksville — Funeral services for Mrs.. Theodore Garrison, 42, will be held Thursday at 11 a. m., at the home here and at 2:30 p. m. at the Methodist church at Riceville,.with burial in the Osage cemetery. Mrs. Garrison was killed at 7:50 p. m. Sunday a mile east of Plainfield as the family was returning from their former home at Riceville. The car struck a bridge railing, plunged down an embankment into 4* feet of water. Death was due to a broken neck. Mr. Garrison and the 2 younger for it's 20 East State Phone 17 sons were taken to a hospital at Wavcrly and dismissed Tuesday. Survivors include the husband, C sons, all of Clarksville, 1 daughter, a sister and 2 brothers. A son, Christy, was killed near Osage several years ago when struck by a car while on his way to school. Peace Officers Plan Beed's Lake Meeting Hampton — A meeting of the North Iowa Peace Officers association will be held Thursday evening at the American Legion clubhouse at Beed's lake. Dinner at 6:30 will precede the business meeting and program. About 80 law enforcement officials are expected to attend. Ralph Jones, Franklin county deputy sheriff, is secretary of the organization. Officers Named Garner — The Madison Lucky Seven 4-H club held its annual meeting recently and elected David Casper son, president; Jimmy Hayes, vice president, and Dennis Hayes, secretary-treasurer. The club voted to hold its meetings on the 3rd Tuesday of each month, and will meet next at the Franklin Bienert home Tuesday evening, Oct. 18. Saber-toothed tigers are now extinct. Quick, easy lawn treatment with SCOnS Spreader, $7.95. Builder Fail feeding quickly restores lawn health and color. Die 1 Hj per 100 iq ft; 25 lb», $2.50 feed 2500 sq ft. This is the favored time to fix up old lawns or new ones. Feeding and seeding, the proven SCOTTS way, gives your lawn the "beautiful look" .all year. £c*&& LAWN SEED Permanent type seed for lawm in full sun or light shade. Use lest, the 3,000,000 seeds per pound go three times as far as ordinary iced. 1 lb-$1.35; 5 lb» - S6.45. 20"East 'State Phone 17 Norwegian Couple Likes U. S. But Prefer Their Homeland Manly—Mr. and Mrs. Kristoffer Wcstlye of Sandnes, Norway, who have spent the past 3 months here visiting at the homes of Dr. S. S. Westly and Dr. G. S. Westly, brothers of Mr. Westlye, will leave Thursday on the return trip home. They were accompanied to Minneapolis by Dr. and Mrs. G. S. Westly where they will leave for New York Thursday night sailing Saturday on the ship Stavangers- jord for the return trip, which will take 9 days on the water. During their stay at Manly the couple made many side trips and were entertained in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Douglas McPeak at Minneapolis. The McPeak's are son-in-law and daughter of Dr. and Mrs. S. S. Westly. They also visited Dr. and Mrs. J. Stephen Westly and Dr. and Mrs. G. Travis Westly of Des Moines, and Malcolm Westly of Iowa City, all 3 sons of Dr. and Mrs. G. S. Westly. While in Manly, they also visited with Mr. and Mrs. Soren Westly, son of Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Westly. . They were accompanied by Dr. and Mrs. S. S. Westly on a trip to North Dakota to visit a sister, and just returned last week when Dr. and Mrs. G. S. Westly drove there and the group vacationed in other states before returning. The couple was thrilled with the ways, the people and customs of this country and both were getting along very well with our language when ready to leave. Both Dr. S. S. and Dr. G. S. Westly speaking the Norwegian language, simplified matters. Many foodstuffs are hard to get in Norway, many of them still being rationed. Coffee is especially hard to get and high priced. The clothing situation in their country, they said, was good. The couple have 2 sons, both married, who took over the business of\ retailing for their parents during their absence. They were thrilled with this country but when asked would they like to make this their permanent home, replied "Oh, no. In spite of all the joy of this summer spent among relatives here and in other states, we will be happy to reach home again, with the hope of sometime making another trip here." Earns Promotion Osage—Word from Miss Grace Kathan, Dallas, Texas, states that she has had a splendid promotion. Employed since July with Chance Vaught Aircraft corporation, the native Osage girl has been promoted to assistant. supervisor in her department to the manager. Grace is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles B.' Kathan. The penultimate day of the month is the next to the last day. HERE and THERE Scarville—Mr. and Mrs. Lester Helland and Mr. and Mrs. Judene Benson visited with Allen, 4-year- old son of Mr. and Mrs. Benson, who is a polio patient at Sister Kenney's institute in Minneapolis. Scarville — Friends here received announcement of a daughter born Sept. 15 to Mr. and Mrs. Don Reisetter. Mr. Reisetter is employed with the Forest City Summit. Kanawha—Mrs. Severt Jacobson is a patient in a hospital in Iowa City, receiving treatments. Mr. Jacobson, who also is ill, is being cared for in the home of his daughter, Mrs. Ole Jacobson, in Mason City. St. Ansgar—Mr. and Mrs. Dale Van Horn are parents of a daughter born at the Mitchell county Memorial hospital in Osage Sept. 19. Wesley—The John Werlands returned recently from a week's vacation in the Black Hills area. The Marvin Ackersons recently spent a few days in the Black Hills and at Brainerd, Minn. Plymouth — Mrs. John Pearce and son, Vernon, returned from a trip to Illinois to visit the former's mother, who is seriously ill. Wesley—Mr. and Mrs. Ray Homan and Helen and Mrs. Cessler of Ackley were recent guests in the John Weig home. LeRoy, Minn.—Mr. and Mrs. H. Deden and son of Zumbrota and Mrs. Margaret Holmes of Goodhue visited at the Carl Erie home. Britt—Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Williams returned from a week's vacation at the David Williams home at Rochelle, 111., also at the Harold Mau home at Paynette, Wfs. LcRoy, Minn.—C. O. Strone spent a week in Canada fishing at Lake of the Woods while his wife remained at Mankato with relatives. Ackley—Miss Delores Boland of Whipple, Ariz., has been a guest in the George Hanjg home. She is a registered nurse in the Veteran's hospital at Whipple. Britt—Mr. and Mrs. B. R. Boldt returned recently from a vacation trip to Chicago, 111., where they spent 5 days. Ackley—Robert Carroll, who lives near Eldora, underwent a major operation at the Eldora hospital. He formerly lived around Ackley for many years. Britt—Otto Ostercamp of Clear Lake took his sisters, the Misses Mildred Ostercamp and Tilda Ostercamp to Rochester, Minn., where Mildred entered St. Mary's for possible surgery. Thompson—Mrs. Maxine Smith has purchased the Claire Wilson property and will move to town about Nov. 1. Her husband, Floyd Smith, died about a month ago so she is having a sale and she and ler G sons will move to town. The John Shcehan family live in the Wilson house at present. Britt — Mr. and Mrs. Charles Nordstrom of Minneapolis, Minn., brought her mother, Mrs. Marie Jacobsen, who has been visiting in their home for 2 weeks and Mrs, Gertie Cook, who has been visiting her daughter, Mrs. R. Haig, to Britt. They visited at the Martin Cosgriff, Jr., home. Goodell—Mrs. Ben O'Niel and Mrs. John Wright of Princeton, 111., came for a few weeks' visit with their children, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Farris, who are tenants at the Gerald Swyter farm. LeRoy, Minn. — M/Sgt. Karl Moe, brother of Mrs. N. R. Engelsen, has been discharged from the army and arrived here from El Paso, Tex. Popejoy—Mr. and Mrs. Charles Frieden of West Bend and Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Dobson of Ames visited in the Kermit Mendell home. Kanawha—A reception and dinner was held recently in the John DeWall home in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Donald DeWall of Mason City. Guests from a distance included a sister of Mr. DeWall, Mrs. * - ..,-..•..... . .-•• ••-.••-, --..-...-, • . • Hudson salesizpomitig coast to coast Louis Napoletano and family of Mason City. S\va!edale—George Hess, who purchased the Swenson meat market building, is remodeling and plans to move his grocery store there. Wesley — Mr. and Mrs; Roy Johnson and his mother, Mrs. Mary Johnson, of Battle Creek, Mich., came Monday for a week's visit with Lease relatives. Britt—Miss Catharine Calter, R. N., of the University hospital at Nashville, Tenn., is spending a few cloys at the parental home. Wesley—Mrs. Albert Dirkson and son Danny of Albert Lea, Minn., spent several days recently with her father, J. B. Meuhe. Goodell—Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Nolle and Mr. and Mrs. John Peterson have returned home, from Lake Lillian, Minn., where they DEALS IN OUR HISTORY It just had to happenl When America is presented with a car—the New Hudson— that is obviously years ahead in styling and performance, there's action every- where! And now, from Maine to the western Rockies and beyond, Hudson ranks first, second, third or fourth in sales among cars in all price classes in markets of all sizes! 40 YEARS OF ENGINEERING LEADERSHIP TT THAT a picture! Hudson sales for W the first seven months this year over 30 per cent ahead of last year! Already more than 114,000 people have switched from cars of other makes to own a "step-down" designed New Hudson! So why shouldn't we join in this surge of success with the best deals in our history? You're invited to enjoy a Revelation Ride in the only car that brings you the most of the four great things people want most— beauty, roominess, road-worthiness, and all-round performance. Yes, it's America's 4-Most Car! For road-worthiness, as an example, Hudson's "step-down" design provides the lowest center of gravity in any stock car—yet there's full road clearance! Result: the safest, steadiest, hug-the-road ride ever known! Come in, real soon. Bring your car along. See how much it will bring right now, traded in on a years- ahead New Hudson! HUDSON A LEADER IN RESALE VALUE! National Automobile Dealers Association Official Used Car Guide books show "step- down" designed Hu<1sons commanding top prices in the nation's used car markets. NEW HUDSON I ONLY CAR W/TH THE STEP DOWN DESIGN HERE'S WHERE TO COME FOR YOUR REVELATION RIDE LAPINER MOTOR CO. 125 So. Delaware Phone 1182 PATTERSON-JAMES "ALL WHITE" AIR and AUTO AMBULANCE SERVICE spent a week visiting their .aunt, Mrs. George Garberich. Thompson—Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Helgren and family of Toledo were recent guests in the parental A. B. Myhr home. Wesley—Mr. and Mrs. Howard Funnemark have a new son born Sept. 12 at Dolma'ge hospital, Buffalo Center. Mr. and Mrs. Mervin Sept. Z8, 1949 H Mason City Globe-Gazelle, Mason City, Is. Dimond also have a son born Sept. 16 at Hansen's hospital, Titonka. Fen ton—Henry, son of the Rev. and Mrs. W. H. Fr'iederick, left for St. Louis, where he is attending Concordia Theological seminary for his 2nd year. United Financial Service Family Finance Counsellors GEORGE F. OLSON, Mgr. 15.} North Federal (Over Ford Hopkins Drug) Phone 57 E/N4 I SEAPSNCW RAYON CORD \. m You can't get more... why pay more? IN SETS OF 4 OR MORE and your old tires 6.00x16 :.' -j*^».l;" ; &.' A * . 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