Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on September 26, 1949 · Page 12
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„ 6 Sept. 24, 1949 Mason City Globe-Gazette, Mason City, la. MEETINGS in North Iowa LATIMER—The Franklin Consolidated P. T. A. will meet Monday evening in the Coulter school. Program will consist of numbers by the school trio and sextet under the direction of the vocal instructor, Miss Kathryn Meyer. CORWITH —Ruth circle, will meet Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs. Lyle Gourley. GOLDFIELD — The Goldfield Parent Teaqhers association will hold its initial meeting of the school year at the school house Monday evening. SWALEDALE—Mrs. Kate Hess will entertain the town division of the W. S.'C. S. at her home Wednesday evening. SHEFFIELD — Gladys Gross will entertain the Business and Professional Woman's club Monday evening. Helen Mitchell, Mason City, will speak on her recent trip to western Europe. PLYMOUTH —- The Farmers' Wives and Daughters club will meet Wednesday afternoon with Mr. arid Mrs. Boyd Hodson at their farm home at the wesj; edge of Plymouth. Teachers College Plans Homecoming Celebration Waucoma Woman Hurt in Peculiar Accident Waucoma—Mrs. Charles H. Miller suffered facial injuries and cuts about the eye in an unusual accident near the family home. Mr. Miller's pickup truck refused to start and 2 persons were pushing it while, Miller stood on the runningbpard guiding the vehicle. ••' The truck gathered too much speed causing the door to swing onto Miller, throwing him off the runningboard, against Mrs. Miller who had been helping push the vehicle. She fellface downward on to a large pile of logs. The right lens of her glasses was broken, her eye bruised and she received jagged injuries below and above the eye, both requiring stitches. Mrs. Miller was taken to a doctor's office where an hour and a half was required to remove slivers from the injuries in her face. It is thought the sight of her right eye will not be impaired. 3-Day Event Opens Oct. 20 Play/Dance, Football Game to Be Features Cedar Falls — The "Home of Champions" is the theme of the 1B49 Iowa State Teachers college annual homecoming celebration Oct. 20, 21 and 22, according to Dean Paul Bender, chairman of the homecoming committee. Returning' alumni and .students will see, their first Teachers college homecoming football game under the lights Saturday, Oct. 22, at 8 o'clock. The 28th annual homecoming classic will be a battle between Coach C. L. "Buck" Starbeck's Panthers and August- ana college of Sioux Falls, S. Dak. The campus walk from the campanile west to the men's gymnasium will be decorated to portray the championship athletic teams at Teachers college during the past 15 years, according to Tom Larkin of the department of art. The 3 day celebration will begin with the presentation of the homecoming play, "Street Scene" by Elmer Rice, Thursday, Oct. 20, at 8 p. m. in the college auditorium For the benefit of visitors, the play will be repeated Oct. 21 at 8 p. m. and Oct. 22 at 2:30 p. m. The traditional homecoming dance at the Commons has been shifted from Saturday to Friday at 9:30 p. m. There will also be informal dancing in the Commons alter Saturday's game. The on and off campus housing decorations will be judged Saturday morning. The homecoming parade will be Saturday afternoon featuring floats ,by college residence halls and campus organizations. Climaxing the parade will'b a giant pep rally west of the Commons. After the pep rally individua organizations have planned cof fees and teas for visiting alumni The homecoming weekend wil end with chapel services in. thi college auditorium Sunday morn ing, Oct. 23. er Meservey—Mrs. Julius qf Hampton called on Wheel Mrs Amelia Gobeli recently. Fieldman Warns of Corn Picking Danger This Fall Osage—Marvin Rovang, field- man for the Mitchell county Farm Bureau, says there may be more corn picker accidents this fall because of broken stalks piling up in the picker. "Let's STOP the picker," he adds. "It may save an arm. Rovang also states that some ON WESTERN TRIP—>Vice Admiral Olaf Hustvedt, retired, and Mrs. Hustvedt, of Washington, D. C., are in Decorah guests of Admiral Hustvedt's sister, Miss Katherine Hustvedt, and his brothers. They are on their way to Oregon for a visit with other relatives before returning to Washington. Gold Star Mother Addresses Lions on Trip to Europe West Union—Mrs. Maude Culbertson, a gold star mother who just returned from a trip to Europe, was guest speaker at the Lions club dinner meeting. On her trip she visited the grave of her son, Dean Culbertson, in the American National cemetery at Mar- garten, Holland. farmers in the county estimate that corn borers have reduced their corn yield up to 40 per cent. Whether that is true or not will soon be determined when picking starts. There is no doubt that the borer has done some damage. St. Ansgar Bank Will Be Improved St. Ansgar—The St. Ansgai Citizens State bank is being remodeled by a 43 foot one-story addition on the back of the building The new addition will allow for a 11 by 16 foot directors' room in front. There will be 2 cages with wickers in each and a bookkeeping department. The lobby will be 9 feet wide and extend back 38 feet at the end of which will be a booth containing 2 -tables for customers to go with their safety deposit boxes Just north of this will be a nev. safety deposit vault 12 by 17 feet A cloak room will be back of the vault and a customers' room 8 bj 11 feet will be at the north end o the building. The latest lighting! Attend Convention Greene—Miss Elizabeth Waugh, Butler county director of social welfare; Mrs. Delila Amick, junior worker of Allison, and Miss Freda Maass, board member of Greene, attended the fall conference of the northeast chapter of Iowa Walfare association at Hotel Tall Corn, Marshall-town, Thurs- HERE-ond THERE s Rucld — A miscellaneous post nuptial shower was held at Memorial hall for Mr. and Mrs. Boyd Stiles, who were married in August. Kiester, Minn. — Mr. and Mrs. Torrest Christiansen and Mrs. M. 2. Christiansen and son, Dennis, are spending a week with relatives at LaPorte, Ind. Goodell — Mrs. Elmer Harrison of Seattle, Wash., is visiting in the nomes of her nieces, Mrs. Francis Mason and Mrs. Bill Sheriff, Jr. Kiester, Minn,— Mr. and Mrs. Herman Thorson and family of Leland, Iowa, visited at the Chester Braund home, Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Braund, of Emmons, were alsn evening guests. Osage — Mrs. Glen Craig, Orchard, submitted to major surgery Sunday at the Mitchell county •Memorial hospital. Bode — Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Helvick and family of Humboldt were recent callers at the Carl Opheim home. Feiiton — Gladys Mueller was chosen editor-in-chief of the high school news called "Fenton School Notes." . Rudd — Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Van Eaton of Waterloo are visiting in the home of their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Homer Burcham. Northwood — Mrs. Ella Johnson, who went to > Chicago with Mr. and Mrs. George Hoban 2 weeks ago for a visit, is now visiting in Minneapolis for a week before returning to Northwood. Mrs. TTr»V*r>n nnH TVfve _Tr»V\ncr»n avo cio_ Rudd — Guests of Mrs. Minnette Bishop of Rudd and Mrs. Lizzie Morphew of Nora Springs were their sister, Mrs. Myra Hyatt of Las Animas, Colo., and their brother and wife, Dr. and Mrs. Floyd Hutchinson of Tiskilwa, 111. Kiester, Minn. — Miss Carmen Mundahl of Washington, D. C., visited Tuesday at the William Otterstein home. Chester — Mr. and Mrs. Hewitt of Riceville called at the Rob Larson and Irvin Isaackson homes recently. Goldfielcl— Mrs. Tillie Zinser and Miss Iva Zinser of Ft. Dodge are spending several days this week with relatives and friends in this vicinity. Goodell — Postmaster Lula Wilkins is enjoying a 15-day vacation. In company with Mr. and Mrs. Bill Knisley of Rockwell, she is visiting relatives in the Dakotas and Minnesota. Osage — Word from Akron, Ohio received by Mrs. Pearl Hobkirfc tells of her first grandchild, a boy born to Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Hynd Wednesday morning. Chapin — C. A. Banker returnee home from Rochester, Minn. where he had been for a feu weeks recovering from an injury received in a team runaway. Rake — Mr. and Mrs. Bert Lund Gerald, Ramona and Avon, re turned from a trip to Ray, N. Dak where they visited at the Howar and Arnold Lund homes. Bode — A son was born to Mi Child .Locks Grandma in Tiny Closet Waucoma —Mrs. George Stribley sounds a« warning to property owners who have closet doors which cannot be opened from the inside. While she was taking care of her grandson, Stephen Tassio, 22 months old, while his mother is a patient in a hospital, she had occasion to go upstairs into her closet to get a pair of shoes. As she was inside the child closed the door and she found her- sfclf confined to the tiny room with no one else in the house but the child. She tried to tell the little fellow how to open the door, but she failed and she kept talking to him to keep him nearby so he would not fall down the long flight of stairs. In the kitchen, food was cooking in the pressure cooker and she feared the child. might pull it off the stove and get badly burned. Searching the high closet shelf, Mrs. Stribley found a piece of an army cot frame which she used to pound the door\ which finally fell on to the bedroom floor. She was confined in the closet for nearly an hour with no fear other than for the safety of the child. Her husband did not return home from work until 2 hours later. fixtures will be installed. Wheelchair Author Returns to Hospital Joice—Frank Olson, local •wheelchair author, who suffered the amputation of both of his legs since the first of the year, has returned to the Children's hospital at Iowa City, after being at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hartwig Olson, farmers east of Joice, for about a month. Friends may write to him in care of the hospital. ters. Joice—Mrs. J. H. Bang, local resident, underwent surgery at the Mercy hospital at Mason City Tuesday. Latimer—Mr. and Mrs. Verland Roed of Albert Lea, Minn., were recent guests of the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jen* Roed. LeRoy, Minn.—Mr. and Mrs. David Price and Richard came from St. Paul to visit his parents and left for Windom to visit his brother, William, and family before leaving for Colorado Springs, Colo., to resume his studies at the university. Here's what's underneath Advance-Design value and Mrs. Orville Olson at Lutheran hospital, Fort Dodge, Sept. 14. Rudd—Mrs. Will Eichmeier, in company with her brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Chet Demaray of Floyd, has gone to Freeport, 111., for a visit with relatives. Greene—Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Lockwood of near Dougherty have rented the Stober residence for the winter and will occupy it soon. Northwood—Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Olson and 2 sons of Burlington, Wash., visited in the home of Mr. Olson's brother, Dr. R. L. Olson and family. Joice—Mr. and Mrs. Russell Sundsvold and Larry moved to Emmons, Minn., Tuesday. Mr. Sundsvold has been employed the past few years as a mechanic at the L. O. Randall auto repair shop. Latimer—Mr. and Mrs. Will Rogers of Dayton, Ohio, left for their home after a 10 days' visit with the latter's mother, Mrs. Margaret Main, and other rela- Idaho Pastor Takes North Iowa Charge Fredericksburg—The Rev. and Mrs. P. J. Bruns of Gooding, Idaho, are moving to Fredericksburg where Mr. Bruns will assume his duties as pastor of the Baptist church, the first Sunday in October. Mr. and Mrs. Bruns have 3 daughters, Doris, who has entered Sioux Falls college at Sioux Falls, S. Dak., and Marilyn and Arlene at home. Mrs. Bruns and the 2 younger girls are already here, so girls may commence tives. Calmar—Joseph Luzum has purchased the Martin Larsen residence in West Calmar. Popejoy—In honor of Faye Ingebritson, a visitor from Staples, Minn., a large family gathering was held in the Lyle Miller home. Rockwell—Mrs. Walter Miller was called to Lawler Monday by the illness of her another. Rake—Mrs. Neil Smith, Marsha and Mary, left for a visit at the Mrs. F. Smith home at Allertpn. Mrs. Randi Swenson accompanied them to Story City to visit friends. Kiester, Minn.—Mr. and Mrs. Harvey J. Kinder visited their brother, Roy Kinder, at a hospital at Perry, Iowa. Mr. Kinder suffered a broken leg. Rockwell—Anthony Scholl and that the school. Mr. Bruns returned to Idaho for their household goods, but expects to return next week. Both Mr. and Mrs. Bruns were born and reared at George, but have done most of their ministerial work in the tri-state area, comprised of Idaho, Utah and Montana. The local church has been without a resident pastor since early in the year. D. A. FITZGERALD FitzGerald to Speak at New Hampton New Hampton—Dennis A. FitzGerald, chief of the food division of the Marshall plan, will speak here Tuesday, Oct. 11, Thomas R. Beal, president of the Rotary club, announced Friday. Doctor FitzGerald will be a guest of the New Hampton Rotary club at a dinner meeting. He will also speak at a mass meeting in New Hampton Tuesday evening in the high school auditorium. FitzGerald is making this trip to New Hampton in order to take part in "Agriculture .Day" festivities which will deal with farm problems and outlook. He is in charge of buying food in the United States for western Europe and last year purchased more than 2 billion dollars worth. Several other speakers will participate «in the panel discussion. They will be announced later, Beal said. Before becoming head of the food division of the Marshall plan, he was head of the foreign agriculture department of the federal department of agriculture. You're looking at the "backbone" of a Chevrolet Advance-Design truck ... the source of Chevrolet's massive strength and durability. Run your eyes over that rugged frame and those sturdy springs. Here's the rock-solid foundation that keeps Chevrolet trucks hauling at peak efficiency mile after mile, year after year! Add Chevrolet's power-packed Valve-in-Head engine, Synchro-Mesh transmission and Hypoid rear axle, and you've a combination that's built for the load . . . powered for the pull! Come see these great trucks ioday! Featuring VALVE-IN-HEAD ENGINES—Greater power per gallon. Tower to»t per load • DJA- PHRAGM SPRING CLUTCH-Smooth engagement • SYNCHRO-MESH TRANSMISSIONS-Qutek, •moolh *hiftlng • HYPOID REAR AXLK-5 time* stronger Ihon spiral bevel type • DOUBIE-ARTICU- IATED BRAKES-Complela driver control • WIDE-BASE WHEEIS—Increased lire mileage • ADVANCE-DESIGN STYUNG-WHh the cab that "Breathe*" • BALL-TYPE STEERING-Eaiier handlina • UNIT-DESIGN BODIES—Precision built PREFERRED BY MORE USERS THAN THE NEXT TWO MAKES COMBINED I ADVANCE-DESIGH TRUCKS S&R Chevrolet Co., Inc. 18 So. Washington Phone 665 sister, Mrs. 'Minnie Murray, have returned from a 10 days' visit at Bagley, Minn. Northwood-^-Mr. and Mrs. P. I. Peterson, have sold their 160-acre farm in Brookfield township' to Donald Gaskill of Joice. Goodell—Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ruka and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Carpenter are enjoying a trip to the east coast. Rockwell—Mr. and Mrs. Lee Kaplan have returned from a trip through the southern states. Popejoy—Joe Hoversten came from Des Moines for a few days' visit with his family. Mr. Hoversten is beirfg cared for at the Veterans hospital following the loss of a finger and severe injuries received in a saw mill. Popejoy—John Abels will enroll in the fall term at the Prairie Bible 1 institute at Three Hills, Alberta, Canada. Lake Mills—Mr. and Mrs. Bernhard Peterson of Blooming Prairie, Minn., accompanied by Mrs. William Dixon of Austin, Minn., and Mrs. Gerald Bjerke of Spring Grove, Minn., were guests at the O. H. Anderson home Wednesday, Forest City — Mrs. J. C. Hansen, Huntington, Cal., left for her home this week after spending several weeks visiting friends and relatives in this area. Greene — Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hildebrand and Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Hildebrand are visiting with relatives in Cedar Rapids. Forest City — Miss Charlotte Bridge has returned from Chicago where she was a delegate from the Forest City chapter of the P. E. O. to the Supreme Chapter convention there. While in Chicago she visited her brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Spencer Bridge. Forest City—Patty Ates, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. J. Otes, r.nd Carol and Helen Bartleson, daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Anton Bartleson, went to Minneapolis the first of the week where they enrolled in the Fairview hospital school of nursing. Osagc—Yvonne Olson returned to her stenographic work at Washington, D. C., after spending a month's vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Allert G. Olson. Mr. Olson is state representative from this district. Garner—James Reinig has accepted a position in the office qf the Hancock County Co-op. Oil association and began his duties recently. Osagrc—Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Conner, Big Lake, are spending' the winter with Mrs. Conner's brother, County Clerk Donald Tuttlc. Mrs. Conner is the former Ruth Tuttle, Stork Makes Stops at Forest City Hospital Forest City—Recent births at Municipal hospital here include daughters to Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Lamping, Lake Mills; Mr. and Mrs. Melburn Knutson, Forest City; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Beal, Garner; Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Larson, Forest City; Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Otis, Forest City; Mr. and Mrs. Donald Reisetter, Forest City; Mr. and Mrs. George Doble. Garner, and Mr. and Mrs. Myrlen Nelson, Clear Lake. Sons were born to'Mr. and Mrs. Walter Quisling, Lake Mills; Mr. and Mrs. Lee Hansley, Britt; Mr. and Mrs. James Barrett, Forest City; Mr. and Mrs. Jerome_Rogness, Lelanit; Mr. and Mrs.' Lester McCplloch, Forest City: Mr. and Mrs. Homer Mote, Forest City, and Military Honors Accorded at ISC Ames—Military honors in the Iowa State college ROTC cadet corps were accorded 144 students the first week of the school year, according to Col. Glenn McConnell, professor of military science and tactics. For excellence in military work, the following North Iowa basic course students have been authorized to wear the gold star on the left sleeve of their uniform: John Taves, Charles City; George Beran, Riceville; Charles Birdsall,. Clarion; Jesse Chapman, Waverly; Maurice Clark, Gait; Melvin Peterson, West Union; Jerald Twetten, Spencer. Mr. and Lei and. Mrs. Joseph Ch?uisori, Reports on Drive Greene — Mrs. James Graven, chairman of the polio drive held in Greene last week, reports receipts amounting to .$£>81.30 to date with more to be brought in. Dies in Texas Wesley—Word was received by the Carl Storquists of the death of her brother, Charles Seaburg, at Dayton, Texas, Sept. 22. Funeral services were held there Sept. 24. He was a former resident here and a brother of the late Pete Seaburg. Dies in South Dakota Wesley — Word was received here of the recent death of Charles Corey, 90, at Pierre, S. Dak. Mr. Corey for many years lived north of town and was a brother of Art Corey and the late Fred Corey and Mrs. Ella Yorker. Sorority Fledges Among North lowans pledged to various sororities at Iowa 'State college after a 9-day rushing period are the following: Mary Lou Woodward, Orchard, to Delta Zeta; Janet Peterson, Osage, to Gamma Phi Beta; Virginia Scanlan, Algona, to Kappa Kappa Gamma. LUSCIOUS TREATS Meservey—Ed Gruis of California, is visiting at the parental Herman Gruis, Sr., home. stop in after the show or dance THE SODA GRILL JA ^/vrfiei* ENJOY A DELICIOUS DINNER •CHICKEN • STEAKS • CHOPS AND REGULAR MEALS Everything Sparkling New and Clean at THE NEW HOLLYWOOD CAFE 220 South Federal OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK — 7 A. M. TO 1 A. M.

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