Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on September 29, 1949 · Page 18
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Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, September 29, 1949
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~ «, „ . **• M»»on Clljr Glob«-G»«elte, Mai«n City, la. Swinemen Plan Day's Program Ames — Swine producers ar.d their wives are promised a full day's program of timely topics at separate meetings for their respective interests Friday at Iowa State college. Morning swine producers' day program is to be held at the livestock nutrition farm 1 mile south of Lincoln way on State street. Dale Williams, WOI farm editor will conduct farmers on tours of the farm at regular intervals from 9 to 10:30 a. m. Visitors will observe hogs in animal protein factor studies and breeding experiments. The afternoon program starting at 1:30 p. m. will be held in Curtiss hall. There farmers will hear the results of swine feeding experiments reported by Damon Catron, swine nutrition specialist at the college. J. L. Lush, experiment station animal husbandman, will speak on swine breeding experiments, and L. N. Hazel will conduct a panel discussion of farmers who will tell of their experiences with inbred hogs. Francis Kutish, extension farm economist, will give the outlook on hog markets and prices. The production outlook will be given by E. L. Quaife, extension swine specialist. The women's program starts at 10 a. m., and will be held in the home economics building, Women will tour the home economics division and hear talks on planning farm homes and the freezing of pork. Home economists conducting the program include Margaret Listen and Naomi Shank, college home management authorities and Belle Lowe and Jewel Graham, nutritionists. Noon lunch for both men and women will be available at the livestock nutrition farm. Old School Bell Goes to Church in Africa Alexander—Mrs. Clara Myers and daughter Barbara presented a school bell to the Rev. and Mrs. I. T. Jensen of Gate Talmas, Liberia, West Africa, to be used for a mission church, the Pentecostal Assembly, of Canada. Pastor Jensen is a relative of Chris Jensen and is here now, but will take the bell with them when they return to Africa. This mission church was in need of a bell and Mrs. Myers and daughter gave it in honor of their late husband and father, Ellis Myers. Mr. Myers bought this bell when it was sold along with the school house where he and his 2 sisters attended school at Scott No. 5. They were sold in the spring of 1947 shortly before Mr. Myers was killed in a tractor accident. Ellis was the only son of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Myers, and Mrs Myers is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Freeks, Sr. Both the parents are well known farmers living near Alexander. ITCH Don't Suffez Another Minute Ho matter hotr long you have suffered •r howr many remedies you have tried for the itching of psoriasis, eczema. Infections, athlete's foot or other externally caused skin irritations—you can gel wonderful results from the use o1 WONDER. SAI.VB—a war time discovery Developed f*r the boys in the army— ••w for the borne foBcs. No adds, no alcohol, no painful application. WONDEK SALVK il whltfe. Breauless, pain relieving and antiseptic. Wo ugly appearance. Get WONDEK SALVE—get results. It is wonderful Sold In Mason Cilly by Ford Hopkins •nfler, OSCO Drug Stores or your home town drufcist. Congregational Churches Will Meet at Clear Lake FRED WILTS —Speaks for Laymen HERMAN KNUDSOX —Fellowship Speaker HELEN MITCHELL —Tells of Tour —*• Rites Wednesday for Victim of Collision "VVoden — Funeral services for Robert D. Goslin, son of Mrs. May Goslin of Woden, who was instantly killed in an automobile crash Sunday morning, were held at Sacred Heart Catholic church at 10 a. m.- Wednesday, the Rev, Father Flood officiating. The crash in which he was killed occurred 8 miles south of Woden when the car driven by Goslin collided with a truck driven by James Dean of Algona, and owned by the Algona Co-operative creamery. Dean escaped seri- There were no other either the car or ous injury, passengers in truck. Surviving Robert are his mother, Mrs. May Goslin; his sister, Mrs. Sylvester Hoff, both of Woden, and 2 brothers, Wayne Goslin of Oakland, Cal., and Paul Goslin of Des Moines. His father, C. W. Goslin, died April 12, 1947. Robert entered the navy on Feb. 2, 1945, and was on the USS Amphitrite in the south Pacific and China, with a rating of motor machinist mate 3/c. He was discharged Aug. G, 1946. Since then he has been employed at the K & H Co-op Oil Co. Burial was in Mingham township cemetery. Chester—Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bahr of Rochester visited at the Lars Anderson home. MOKt Htnl, room for room! MORE VALUE dolbrftrdollar! The HEPPLEWHITE Fuel Oil Home Heater by DUO-THERM You g«t mor« heot from every drop of oil with Duo-Therm's exclusive Dual Chamber Burner! Burns dean at all settings. Quiet— no moving parts. And built oversize to guarantee you extra warmth on the extra-cold days when you need it! You g«t mor« volu« because every dollar buys double when you buy a Duo-Therm Hepplewhite console! It's more than a superb heater—it's a magnificent furniture piece that beautifies your home with fine period styling and rich mahogany finish! Exclusive Duo-Therm Power-Air Blower—available at slight extra cost — saves up to 25% on fuel bills! Often pays for itself in a single heating season. More than a million owners heat with Duo-Therm fuel oil appliances. -. why take less than America's moat popular heater lor xmr home? Easy Terms. TYLER-RYAN FURNITURE CO. 29 Second SI. S. E. Phone 3910 EDWARD W. DAY —Host Pastor North Central Area Included Prominent Members of Church to Speak Clear Lake—The fall meeting o the North Central Association o Congregational Churches will b held Friday at the Congregation al church here. The Rev. Edwarc W. Day is host pastor. Moderator of the association i E. G. Enabnit, Osage; registrar the Rev. Lester Gatch, Britt, and chairman of the advisory committee, the. Rev. Harold Putney ~ harles City. Following is the program: Morning Session 9:30 to 10 Registration. 0:00 Devotional service by the Rev. Donald S. Bourne of Osage. 0:25 Announcements by the moderator and election of the scribe, and committees. 0:30 Address—The Rev. Virgil E. Foster, director of religious education, Congregational Christian Conference of Iowa, Grinnell. Topic: "Definite Ways to Improve Your Teaching Ministry." 1:00 Discussion period. 1:15 Missionary address by the Rev. Dr. J. J. Bonninga of India. 1:45 Forum. 2:00 Noon—Adjournment for luncheon. 2:15 Luncheon by ladies of the Clear Lake church. Afternoon Session 1:25 Hymn—Prayer by the moderator. :30 Conference and announcements. 2:00 "The Work of the Pilgrim Fellowship"—The Rev. Gordon Blunt, Forest City. Music from the Clear Lake church, ladies' trio. "Layman Looks at His Church and Minister"—Fred Wilts of Mason City. 3:00 Business session. E. G. Enabnit. Roll call. Separate Sessions Women's Fellowship—Mrs. Elmer Hass, associate director, presiding. 3:15 p. m. Devotion—Mrs. G. E. Genung, Osage. 3:25 Solo—Mrs. Roger Nelson, Clear Lake. 3:30 "Highlights of Our European Tour," Mrs. Helen Mitchell, Council Bluffs. 4:00 Panel discussion with key women, conducted by Mrs. Cecil Lewis, Britt. Men's Fellowship — Harry M. lark, Charles City, president of North Central Association laymen fellowship, presiding. 3:25 Address: Senator Herman M. Knudson. "The Layman's Part in the Church." 3:50 Forum discussion. 4:00 Address: C. J. Christiansen, president of Iowa Congregational laymen's fellowship. 4:30 Free time for fellowship and recreation, games, boating, bathing. Evening: Session 6:00 Dinner and fellowship hour. Introduction of new ministers, special music, reflections "of pilgrim fellowship camps. 7:30 Inspirational address, Doctor Judson E. Fiebiger, state superintendent of Congregational Christian churches. 8:00 Holy communion service with Doctor Edward W. Day, officiating minister. Offering for veteran ministers. Member churches are located at Algona, Bassett, Britt, Buffalo Center, Chapin, Charles City, Clear Lake, Colwell, Forest City, Ionia, Mason City, Mason City (Hanford), Nashua (First) , Nashua (Little Brown church). Now Hampton, Orchard, Osagc, Riceville and Rockwell. MEETINGS In North Iowa WODEN—The Presbyterian Ladies Aid were to be entertained by Mrs. Henry Albers and Mrs. ohn Hugo at the church parlors yVednesday afternoon. GENEVA—Mrs. Florence War•en and Miss Rose Wicland, as- isted by the losers in the mem- Dership drive, %vill entertain the N. S. C. S. in the Methodist church dining room Thursday afternoon. GARNER—The Garner Raia- jow girls were to hold their in- tallation ceremony Wednesday at ':30 p. m. at the Masonic hall. DUMONT—Mr. and Mrs. H. H. larnack were to entertain the school faculty, their husbands and vives at a party Wednesday evening. GARNER—The Madison township homemakers will hold their organization tea at the home of Mrs. Earl Peterson Friday after- loon. Mrs. Lewis Bell of Britt will :>e guest speaker. DUMONT — The Band Parents club will hold their regular monthly meeting Tuesday evening at the school. GARNER — The Twin Lake :ownship homemakers will hold an organization meeting at the lome of Miss Nora Eliason at 8 p. m. Friday. OSAGE—Eastern Star Kensington will meet at the home of Mrs. , O. Lashbrook Friday afternoon. GARNER—The Hancock county Farm Bureau resolutions committee will meet at the Farm Bureau office Thursday, Oct. 6, at,8 p. m. to draft resolutions for the' annual meeting of the Farm Bureau. DUMONT—The Star club will meet Friday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Harold Wills. GARNER—Mrs. Birch Robison will be hostess to the Concord township homemakers at an organization tea to be held at her home at 2 p. m. Tuesday. OSAGE—The library department of the Osage Woman's club was to meet Wednesday with Mrs. Ingwald Iverson. DUMONT—The regular monthly meeting of the Rebekah lodge will be held Monday evening. Each member is to bring a jar or can of canned food to be sent to the I. O. O. F. home in Mason Citv. Only 12 letters comprise Hawaiian alphabet. Polio Victim, Once Helpless, Can Now Do Things for Self Hauloiilown—Shirley Suby, 14, who was stricken with polio just 3 years ago this fall, is slowly getting back her strength. When Shirley was taken to University hospital at Iowa City she was completely helpless, She couldri't even move a finger. After a series of operations, massage treatments and months spent in heavy casts, Shirley can now feed herself, write a little, and turn the pages of a book with her left hand. The right hand is recovering strength more slowly. With the aid of heavy braces and some one to help her keep her balance she can walk short distances. Shirley attends school in the 7th grade in a wheel chair \ every afternoon. When the weather gets bad she will have to use the inter-communication system as she has in the past years. Shirley also attends Sunday school in the wheel chair which was bought by the Lutheran Ladies Aid for her use. NEW PLAYGROUND AT BURT—The new $10,000 athletic park at Burt is a busy spot during this ideal football and baseball weather. The park was completed a few weeks ago with lights for night playing. Known as the Burt community athletic park, it was financed by the sale of shares to residents of Burt and the sur-* rounding 1 area. Located in the south part of town west of the Burt Co-operative creamery, the land was purchased from D. L. Godden. Thirty- live years ago it was also used for a baseball field. the The lights cost approximately $7,000, of which $6,200 has been collected to date. E. R. Woltz, township clerk, is secretary and treasurer of the fund. Burt had an excellent baseball team the past season, winning many games. Wendell Ringsdorf, farmer southeast of Burt, is the manager. The picture above is from an air photo by Art Missal of Algona. Visit Injured Man Fertile — Mr. and Mrs. Martin Ouverson accompanied Mr. arid Mrs. Merle Hill of Forest City to Waterloo to visit Donald Ouverson who is in the Allen Memorial hospital following an auto accident in which he was seriously injured. He received a skull fracture and one leg was broken above the knee, also below the knee, besides cuts and bruises. Alta, Vista—Joe Menges of this place and J. P. Kennedy of New- Hampton went to Chicago Sunday for a few days. STOKCR mOTORSCRVIC€ Lakota Man Hurt Lakota—John Smith narrowly escaped serious injury while sawing a limb from a tree. Another limb back of him came loose hitting him on the back of his neck knocking him unconscious. He is able to be about again. Ionia—Mr. and Mrs. John Radamaker left for California where they will visit relatives. K & ELECTRIC 308 So. Delaware Phont 113t LYMOUTH Great Value is built into every beautiful inch of the new Plymouth. For the positive proof — compare! Put this greatest Plymouth ever built up against the other cars — feature for feature, dollar for dollar, mile for mile! Look at all three of the leading loAV-priced cars. Plymouth — and only Plymouth — has the famous Air Pillow Ride — now smoother than ever. The new, more powerful Plymouth engine has a compression ratio of 7 to 1— low-pf iced car "A" has 6.8 to 1 - low-priced car "B" has 6.6 to 1. You get greater performance because Plymouth's higher compression squeezes more power out of ever}' drop of gas. And Plymouth is the only one of "all three" with the sensational new chrome compression ring that adds thousands of miles to the life of the engine. Plymouth is the only low-priced car with the spectacular new double safety feature — Safety-Rim Wheels with Sale-Guard Hydraulic Brakes. Patented retaining humps hold the tire straight on the rim in the event of a blowout Powerful brakes give quick, safe, accurate stops, without grabbing or biting. These are just some of the reasons why the new Plymouth is the oar that likes to be compared—not just to other low-priced cars — but even to cars costing hundreds of dollars more! Visit your Plymouth dealer who will be glad to arrange a demonstration .drive. BUILDS GREAT CABS, J White sldtwjll tlrts, ctiromi wheel cav«s and rear f«ntf»r scuff fuards optional it extra cost Of 22 quality features found in high-priced cars—the new Plymouth has 21 ».. low-priced car "A" has 13 ... low-priced car "I" has 4. That's why the Plymouth today—more than ever before —Is the low-priced car most tike high-pricecf carsf DRIVE THE NEW PLYMOUTH —AND LET THE RIDE DECIDE! Division nl CHRYSLER CORPORATION, Detroit Jl. Michigm

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