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Mason City, Iowa
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Wednesday, September 28, 1949
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Hancock County Plans Survey of School Districts (Sept. 27, 1949 9. ££»*«n City Glok«-GM«tU, KMM City, I*. Block Captains Will Be Chosen Program Required by Law in AH Counties Garner—Hancock county Supt. Charles S. Whitney announces that the school district reorganization survey required by law will get underway in Hancock county the week of Oct. 3. Materials for natural community areas will go to all families in the county taking part in the survey during that week. The materials will be delivered and collected in most independent and consolidated areas by school students who have been organized to distribute and collect the questionnaire by setting up block captains. The materials in the country will be handled by the rural teacher and her pupils, with closed subdistricts being serviced either by a school officer, or a block captain from the high school servicing the area. The whole program is possible because of the close co-operation between the county board of education, Hancock county Schoolmaster's club, school officers and school pupils. The high school seniors in most cases, show much interest and enthusiasm in their part of the program. MEETINGS In North Iowa ACKLEY—Mrs. Howard Mumby was to be hostess to the Ackley Women's club at her home Tuesday. HANLONTOWN—The Lutheran Ladies' Aid will meet Thursday in the church parlors. ACKLEY—St. John's Brotherhood meeting was to be held in the recreation room Tuesday at 8 p. m.- JOICE — The Concordia Ladies' Aid will meet Friday with Mrs. Hartvig Olson,' Mrs. Amos Gilbertson and Mrs. C. A. Brunsvold. MANLY — The Rev. David M. Funk will attend a council of Lutheran churches at Mason City Saturday. GARNER—Mrs. Herman Bode will be hostess to the Boone township Homemakers at an organization tea at 2 p. m. Thursday. JOICE —The Bethany Ladies' Aid will meet Thursday with Mrs. Lyle Brones, Mrs. Oscar Thompson and Mrs. Orlando Olson. Mission boxes will be turned in. GARNER—The board of directors of the Hancock county Farm Bureau will meet at the Farm Bureau office at 8 p. m. Thursday. MANLY—Lady of Victory guild will meet at parish hall Wednesday night. ACKLEY—W. S. W. S. of the First Evangelical United Brethren church will meet Thursday with Miss Keller. IOWA f ALLS—There was to be a meeting, in the city hall to explain the provisions of the new city 'Zoning ordinance Tuesday evening.. The new zoning ordinance became effective Sept. 15. GARNER—The stockholders of the Garner Airways, Inc., will hold a special meeting at the Hull cafe dining room at 8 p. m. Thursday, according to announcement made by C. H. Bethke, secretary. MANLY—Family night will be held at Bethel Evangelical church Thursday with potluck supper at 6:30 p. m. Rites Wednesday for New Hampton Man, 67 New Hampton—Funeral services for William Heit, 67, will be Wednesday at 9 a. m. in St. Mary's Catholic church with the Rev. L. W. Klassen, pastor, officiating. Mr. Heit, who had been ill for a week, died Monday. William"Heit was born Aug. 13, 1882, in Chickasaw county, son of William and Margaret Heit. Surviving are 7 brothers and sisters: Miss Matilda Heit of New Hampton; John Heit of Charles City; Joseph Kelt, Anthony Heit, Frank Heit, Martin Heit and Alphons Heit, all of New Hampton. Rosary will be said Tuesday at 8 p. m., in the Larkin funeral home. MARY ANN PAPOUSEK Garner Girl Weighed Down With Badges Garner — Mary Ann Papousek, 16, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Papousek, has earned enough merit badges to make her a "Curved Bar" Girl Scout several times over. When all badges she has earned have been delivered she will have 57 for her 7 years of scouting, most of them having been earned in the last 4 years. She became a "Curved Bar" scout about 3 years ago - ^- r. Mary Ann is a junior in high school, plays a clarinet in the high school band. She now is active in the girls' senior scouting program and her interest in scouting has even carried to a foreign land. She has a pen pal in Scotland, a member of the "Girl Guards" there, with whom she has exchanged scouting pins and carries on. a regular correspondence. The active, outdoor life of girl scouting is likely to develop Mary Ann's dominant interest in sports into a career. She plans to attend Iowa State Teacher's college after her graduation from high school and become a physical education instructor. She takes an active part in the girls' physical education program in school and often pitches for the local girls' softball team. Jurors Called in Winneshiek Decorah—The first fall term of , district court for Winneshiek county will be convened on Oct. 4 by Judge T. H. Goheen of Calmar. Sixty trial jurors have been called to serve. They are: Decorah—Irene Alberts, Mrs. E. F. Bakken, Elmer Borsheim, Paul Courtney, Ed Denning, Anna Fadness, Madge Donielson, Helen. M. Haatvedt, Andrew Hauger, Carl Hovden, Walter Iversqn, Leonard Kiel, Hazel Kirkeby, William -Klinkenberg, Mrs. Harold Larsen, Mrs. Marie Lennon, Margaret Lick, Carl Losen, Melvin Noecker, Olive Noeckei 1 , May Novotney, Nathan Onsager, Carl Oyloe, ' Merlin Pierce, Mayme SmithLing, Nels Wennes. Mabel, Minn.—Galen Earth, Palmer Peacock. Ossian—Bernice Giblin, Irvong Bengfort, Knut K. Lee. Waucoma—Leonard Barloon. Ridgeway—Lloyd Benson, Morris Bergan, Wallace Gunwall, Louis Woolridge, Frank Sobolik, Rudolph Humpal, Glen Hovden. Dorchester—Theo Bjerke, Joseph Mestad. Castalia—Earl Gilster, Kenneth Schultz. Harmony, Minn. — William Goldsworthy, William Smith. Calmar—Elsie Halverson, Frank Hauber, Kenneth Reisner, Elmer Tweedt. Canton, Minn.—Joe Knox, Roy Snell. Fort Atkinson—Luvern Huinker, Monroe Leuenberger, Art Rausch, Art Riha. Burr Oak—E. M. Reed. Spillville—Mary Klimesh. Cresco—Levi Roberts. Festina—Greg Leutkenhaus, Jerome' Lensing. HERE THERE Church Plans Dinner Manly — Women of the New Bethel Baptist church will serve chicken dinner at the dining roorr of Bethel Evangelical church on Tuesday, Oct. 4, starting at 1" o'clock. William Howard Taft was th first U. S. president to receive salary of §75,000 a year. SEEKS CROWN — Gloria Dahl, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Claire Dahl, of near Joice, will represent Worth county in competition of 36 entries for dairy queen of the Cattle Congress at Waterloo this weekend. She is immediate past president of the Worth county 4-H ciub. She represented Worth county last year as "good grooming" girl at Iowa State college and the previous year she was a member of the Worth county demonstration team at the state fair. Kanawha — Russell Burnquist, Ernest Nelson, Everett Hanson, Roy McNeish, Clarence Johnson, Wiert Brower and Eph Holm enjoyed' a fishing trip in Minnesota. Bancroft—Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Kramer of Phoenix, Ariz., and Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Schiltz and Mrs. Angaline Haupert left for Comfrey, Minn., to visit the women's sister, Mrs. Theresa Bollig. Northwood—Eva Phillipson, formerly of Northwood, suffered a broken hip when she fell down 2 steps at the Mrs. H. B. Logerman home at Manly. She was taken to Mercy hospital, Mason City, where an operation was performed. Meservey — Mrs. Henry Hartwig returned home from Eagle Grove where she spent a few days visiting friends. Kanawha—Abe Geddes is visiting relatives at Hayfield while he is recovering from injuries he suffered recently in a fall. He is a carpenter. Stilson — Roland Williams attended the Hamilton county fair at Webster City where he assisted with the 4-H stock show. Rake — Mi 1 , and Mrs. Milburn Johnson are the parents of a son born Sept. 18 at Blooming Prairie, Minn. Lake Mills—Miss Belle Ander- St. Ansgar—Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Olson of Minneapolis are spending a week's vacation with the former's sister, Miss Jennie Olson. Coulter—Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Freese and Mr. and Mrs. Allen Freese attended the funeral of a friend, William Christiansen, at Sleepy Eye, Minn. Rockford — Mrs. Edna Ballard and daughter Miss Violet have returned to their home in Visca- lia, Cal., after spending several months in Rockford and Charles City. Mrs. Ballard has 2 daughters living in Charles City, Mrs. Delwin Otto and Mrs. Merritt Pike. Meservey—The Rev. and Mrs. E. Kampman were at Allison a few days, where they attended a meeting. Coulter—Mrs. Ed Boesen and son Ray Boesen of Los Angeles, Cal., visited at the A. R. Sorensen home recently. Lake Mills—Ben Geving and Ed Moe of Decorah spent a few days at the Ole Moe and Martin Geving homes. Scarville—Miss Emma Sande is spending a week at the Wilfred Housmann home in Minneapolis. Waueoma—Mr. and Mrs. Carl Udehn left for Chicago where the Boy's Eye Injured When Gun Explodes Waucoma—Robert Balk, 17, son of Mr. and Mrs. Nick Balk, is in a hospital at Rochester, Minn., with an eye injury suffered Sunday when his gun exploded while hunting with 2 high school pals, Jack Treloar and James Smith, in the Balk woods 3i miles northeast of Waucoma. A fragment hit Robert in the right eye just below the pupil and caused hemorrhage. JURY EXCUSED Allison—The trial jury for the September term of court which was summoned to appear Oct. 3 has been excused by Judge William P. Butler for the term. son of Forest City and Mrs. Josie Hanger of Milwaukee, Wis., visited at the Mrs. Stella Severson and Hanna Thompson homes. Osage—Dr. and Mrs. Hugh Starr, Norwalk, Cal., left Osage Saturday after visiting at the home of Mrs. Starr's sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. Stannard Hill. Fenton—Mrs. John Menz is in a hospital in Estherville. Kanawha—Mrs. Edward Tegland has had word of the serious illness of her father in a hospital at Waterloo. Osage—Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Gemaehlich, and son, Duane, will leave sometime in November, for former will study dentistry. They have been at the parental Dr. and Mrs, Paul H. Beldings in Waucoma for several weeks. Scarvllle—Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Larson accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Ole Bilstad of Mason. City, attended a golden wedding honoring Mr. and Mrs. Pete Anderson, at Loretta, Wis. Osage—Oscar A. Olson was taken by ambulance to the University hospital, Iowa City, for treatment Bancroft—Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Coates, Detroit, Mich., came for a visit with relatives. Osagre — Elizabeth Klemesrud formerly employed in the office of Drs. J. O. and Merrill Eiel, is Houston, Texas, to establish a | enrolled in nurse's training at St permanent residence. They haye wintered in Texas prior to this, but think this is to be a permanent change. Luke's hospital, Davenport. Rake—Mr. and Mrs. Henry Alvestad of Williams visited at th R. V. Stowe home. Church Plans Fall Meeting ScarvHIe—The annual fall convention of the St. Ansgar circuit of the Evangelical Lutheran church will be held Sunday and Monday Oct. 2 and 3 at the North Prairie Lutheran church here. Pastors and laymen representing 16,000 church members in the circuit will be in attendance. The Rev. Nesel S. Johnson is the host pastor. The convention will open at 3 p. m. Sunday and a communion service will be conducted at 7 p. m. with the evening session at 8 p. m. The Rev. J. M. Haaland of the Silver Lake congregation near Joice will introduce the general theme, "I Believe in the Holy. Christian Church." The text is Philippians 1:1-11. The final session will be held Monday evening at 8 o'clock. LEAVE NEARS END — Donald Carlson, seaman guard, who has spent the past 18 months at San Dieffo, Cal., is visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Carlson, at Manly and will return to his duties Oct. 3. r uneral Tuesday for >lew Hampton Woman New Hampton—Funeral services 'or Mrs. H. A. Gaffney, 68, were leld Tuesday at 9 a. m. in St. Joseph's church with the Rev. Em- :nett Kelly, pastor, officiating. Mrs. Gaffney, who had been ill for a year, died Saturday evening. She was born Anna Mae Stanton, daughter of Thomas and Mary Stanton, April 4, 1881, in Chickasaw county. She was married to Harry A. Gaffney June 16, 1902. She was preceded in death by 4 children. Besides her husband, she leaves the following children: Elmer Gaffney, Francis Gaffney, Mrs. Lloyd Linkemeyer and Mrs. Charles Hoil, all of New Hampton; a sister, Mrs. Percy Walker of Clear Water, Minn., and a brother, John Stanton of Sioux City. Church Holds Week's Mission Cresco—A week's mission is in progress at St. Joseph's Catholic church here with the Rev. Justin Smith, C. P., of Detroit, Mich., in charge. Services which began Monday are being held at 6 a. m.*, 8 a. m., and 7:45 p. m., daily. A mission for children of school age is being conducted at 11 o'clock on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday mornings. Special se r v i c e s are being planned for the closing session Sunday evening. The Rev. William H. Blessington is the pastor in charge of St. Joseph's parish since the death of the pastor, the Rev. A. G. Woerdehoff Sept. 9. Wong, used by at least 150,000,000 Chinese, is the world's most common family name. Men, Women! Old at 40,50,60! WantPep? Want to Fee! Years Younger? Do you blaoat «lunjH*<J, wcrn-out footing oa uel Thousands amaied at wh*tft UtUe pepplnc up wiUi Osuei bug (Son*. ConlalM toolo many nrcd at 401 50. CO, tor body old Just b«c*u» low ID Iron; aim supplementary 6oa«3 Vitamin Bi. calcium. New "get acquainted" sl«« only 6Ofl, Try O«trtx Ton)* Tablet! tor Dtp. younger reeling, thla very ilaji At all drug stores everywhere—in Mason City, at Ford Hopkins and OSCO Drug. Many Attend Anniversary of Lutherans Joice—The .annual fall conference and COth anniversary observance at the Beaver Creek Lutheran church held over the weekend was well attended. A public address system was installed to accommodate the attendance. The conference opened Thursday evening when the Rev. O. L. Hofstad of the Waldorf college faculty spoke and Missionary Willie Rindahl, home from the mission field in South Africa, began his series of talks. The Rev. Peter Anderson of Miller spoke Friday afternoon and the Rev. Irvin Suby of White Water, Wis., a son of the congregation, spoke Friday evening. Missionary Rindahl spoke at both sessions and showed films of the mission field. At the mission festival services Sunday morning, special music was furnished by the Luther League choir and the L. D. R. chorus. The sermon was delivei'ed by Missionary Rindahl and the festival offering totaled SI,336.13. Members of the Ladies Aid served dinner in the church parlors at noon. The anniversary program Sunday afternoon was well attended. The anniversary address was delivered by the Rev. Carl Field of Fisher, Minn., another son of the congregation. Missionary Rindahl gave his final address. The Rev. H. F. Huseth of the Winnebago congregation west of Joice brought greetings. Beaver Creek was formerly a sister congregation of the Winnebago Lutheran parish. The Rev. L. F. Scheie of Joice was host pastor of the 3-day conference. presents the * power that pleases" in America's Most Distinctive Car BOY INJURED Ionia—Billy Siglin, 10, son of Mr. and Mrs. Dan Siglin, was injured when a jack slipped from undei- a car under which Billy had been playing in the John Kraft garage. 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