Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on September 24, 1949 · Page 16
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„ 4 8et»t 21, 19401 MIIOR Citjr ai»b«.Gaie(te, " — Bureau Heads to Make Study of Resolutions Cresco — Chester Perry, chairman of the Howard county Farm Bureau resolutions committee, has called a meeting of all township chairmen to be held at Saratoga Thursday evening in the town hall. The purpose of the meeting is to acquaint .the committee- members with the various legislative issues of interest to all Farm Bureau members, according to Perry. L, J. Bodensteiner of Decorah will speak on farm legislation and Mrs. Bess Fye of Cresco, Howard county women's health chairman, will speak on the various health plans proposed. New Hampton Divides Insurance Policies . Among Local Agents New Hampton—The New Hampton city council has set up a plan to handle the , insurance policies for the city. Only agents who have insurance as the main support will be given business in the future. Five individuals or firms have qualified and they will receive the following percentage of the business: Carney & Schnurr (Harry J. Carney and Clarence J. Schnurr), 30 per cent; John H. Kelly, C. B. Phillips and Tim J. Sullivan, 20 per cent, each; F. W. Bearman, 10 per cent. Fenton Man Returns From Trip Overseas , Fenton—Carl Beck has returned from a trip to Detingen, Germany, to visit relatives, among them his 83 year old father. The trip was'made by plane and took 16 hours, including 2 stops. It was his first trip home in 26 years. He did not tell his famDy he was coming. Upon his arrival his sister was speechless and later cried. His father was overcome with surprise and had to sit down to rest before he was able to talk. Fayette County Youth Assistant Begins Duties West Union—Harold Boulton, Columbus Junction, has assumed duties as youth 'assistant for Fayette county. He is a recent graduate of Iowa State college, with a major in animal husbandry, and comes here with 6 years' experience in club work in Louisa county. He is hired jointly by the Iowa State college extension service and Fayette county Farm Bureau. He will, work principally with 4-H and youth groups in the county. Prior to graduation, Mr. Boulton served in the armed forces from Dec. 9, 1943, to May 30, 1945. He was with the 36th Inf. Regt., of the 3rd armored division, in the European theater: He is married and will make his home in Fayette. Over half the injuries to children pedestrians are caused by playing in roadways and by their emerging from behind parked cars. FOB St.Joseph°ASPiRiN WORLD'S LARGEST SEUER AT »CK New Teachers Introduced to Kiwanians "Last year I asked the new teachers what they liked and what they did not like about the special programs and meetings conducted to make them feel a part of the community life," Lawrence H. Shepoiser, superintendent of schools, told members of the Kiwanis club and their guests, the new teachers, at a luncheon Thursday noon at Hotel Hanford. "And first of all they listed this annual Kiwanis luncheon—which surprised me since I'm a Rotarian.," he said smilingly and then added, ''Seriously, they said meeting you men here was a start in giving them the feeling of belonging." Before presenting the teachers to the Kiwanians, Supt. Shepoiser said, "Invite these people into your homes to attend community organization, get to know them better and let them get to know you better for that is the way you'll have better schools." Gave Background In presenting each teacher, Supt. Shepoiser gave a brief background of their education and teaching experience. President Max Boyd presided at the meet- Doctors Find Body Odor On 13 Parts of Body Soap with purifying ingredient gets skin cleaner, gives all-over protection. It's true—though few people realize this unpleasant fact! 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I IF F RlIflY GeU Skin Cleiuier * *' Slop * " B '°*' No Other Leading Soap Can IT'S 'HEADS UP—The Globe-Gazette photographer had to climb on top a stepladder to i. _i_ o n ?T___ ___i_i__ <»___. P j i s~\ r\ _ i _ •* **i 11 •» •+ * . .. _ _ catch 38 smiles on the faces of the 38 new teachers after they had been entertained and dined by members of the Kiwanis club Thursday noo.n at Hotel Hanford. These teachers, gathered in the park across the street from the hotel, are gradually commencing to find their place of belonging as Mason City people welcome them into their community events as well as into their schools. Charles City Briefs ' District Court Clerk L. V. Leigh Thursday issued a marriage license to Joseph M. Mullesch, 27, of Waterloo, and Gloria N. Kalvig, 16, of Nashua. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Anderson nf Charles City are the parents of a son born at the Cedar Valley hospital Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Jay Frank and VTrs. Doris Schlick have returned r rom a 10-day trip into Canada. They spent 6 days on an island 15 miles south of Kenora, Ontario, on ,ake of the Woods which is owned by Mr. and Mrs. Frank. Mr. and Mrs. Engelke Heddens who live near Charles CHy ; are vacationing in St. Louis, Mo., visiting relatives there and attending major league baseball games, Pfc. Robert L. Olmsted, who is stationed at .Fort Bliss near El Paso, Tex., came Sunday night on ing and welcomed the 38 new teachers, saying, "Those who knew, told me that Mason City has the 'cream of the crop' of new teachers and I surely believe it." Entertainment was furnished with a vocal solo, "When Irish Eyes Are Smiling," sung by Tom Mitchell and accompanied on the piano by the Rev. Halsey R. Carstens. Piano selections were provided by Lester Milligan. In opening the program, Henry Pendergraft introduced members of the board of education seated at the speakers table and said that, "These men on the board of education give willingly and unselfishly of their time that parents might have the right kind of schools for their children." Board Members Guests Members of the board present were, Dr. George Crabb, R. F. clough, F. J. Olson and Jay Decker along with Bernard Main, secretary. Kiwanians were urged to make plans to attend the Waterloo district convention in a body, one of the 2 nights, Friday or Saturday, to give support to George Marty who i» being boosted for district governor. Members were also urged to support the airport program in the same activity as that of last March. Guests included John Knuz, Chet Randolph, Bill Minshall and a visiting Kiwanian, Jake-Heffner of Richland, Wash. Officers Elected - Goodell—The P.T.A. elected the following officers: Mrs. Herman Hegigner, president; Coach Chellis Evanson, vice president; Mrs. Bill Dewey, secretary, and W. E. Harris, treasurer. The members voted to have a box social with a program, Monday evening at the community hall. Proceeds will be used to buy equipment for the hot lunch program. YOUR FUTURE ASSURED*™ INSURANCE BY GREGERSON Insurance Apency Phone 3983 Nash Airflyte Has Aerodynamic Design Two new lines of automobiles are being offered by Nash in its new 1950 Airflyte series — the Statesman and the Ambassador in two and four-door sedans and club coupes. Both lines, aerodynamically designed to minimize wind resistance, feature fully-enclosed front fenders, •uper-sized passenger compartments, four-wheel frictionless coil springs, redesigned curved instrument panels and twin convertible beds (can be made up single enroute, double when See the new 1950 Nash models on display at the MASON CITY NASH CO. CHARLES E. CORNWELL, Cornwell to Head World Federalists Charles Cornwell was elected president of the United World Federalists of Mason City at a meeting Wednesday noon at the Cerro Gordo hotel of the members of the executive committee of the local chapter. Mr. Cornwell succeeds T. J. •Ciesselbach; who resigned because i£ business commitments, but will ontinue to be active in the organ- zation. The new committee chairmen ire: Membership, J, L. Swab; peakers, Clayton L. Wornson. David Stanley, ex-director of United World Federalists of Iowa, met with the group. He also vis- ted Charles City Tuesday night and Cedar Falls Monday night. The movement is beginning to et support from world leaders, according to Mr. Stanley. The local chapter was organized in Fuly. Plans are being made for a meeting Oct. 4. Postville Man Passes Naval Reserve Tests Postville — J. M. Oversen is among 30 Iowa State college freshmen students who have successfully passed tests for inclusion in the naval reserve officers' training corps at the college. These students will receive uniforms and naval science books free for their first 2 years of college. The 2nd 2 years they will be granted money allotments while completing their work. Upon graduation from their chosen college courses they will be commissioned ensigns in the U. S. navy reserve. Manly Couple Honored Manly—Mr. and Mrs. Leland Pinta were honored guests in their newly purchased home when a group of friends surprised them for a housewarming, Wednesday. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. William Jonkeer, Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Roberts, Mr. and Mrs. F. Mead, Mr. and Mrs. Cyrus Bogue, Mr. and Mrs. F G. LaMont, Mr. and Mrs Stanley Francis and Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Ford. A gift was presented to the couple. a furlough with his parents, Mr, and Mrs. H. E. Olmsted. He and his mother .went to Humboldt Tuesday to visit relatives. Mr; and Mrs. Emii Venz of Washington, D. C.,-left Thursday night for their home after visiting 2 months with the former's brother, Harry Venz, 208 South Iowa street, relatives in Waterloo and their friends, Mr. and Mrs. William Adams, at Rockford. Rebecca Werk, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Werk, West St. Charles township, returned Sunday from Rochester, Minn., where she was employed as a dietitian in St. Mary's hospital. Mrs. Werk, accompanied by her daughter, left Thursday by auto lor Mitchell, S. Dak., to visit with relatives, also tc Sioux Falls on business. Emma Shelgren, 713* Clark street, returned Thursday from a 2 weeks' vis.it with relatives in Milwaukee, Wis. RENT A NEW CAR AND DRIVE IT YOURSELF It's easy, it's convenient. For an hour ... a day ... a week or as long as you need it. Everything furnished. Rent a Truck — For Those Odd Jobs LANE BROS. 801 So. Federal Phone 447 1311 N. Federal Ave. Phone 935 Manly Study Club Will Open Season Manly—Mrs. Lisle Smith, president of the Manly Study club, announces its opening meeting will be held Monday at the English Lutheran church parlors at 8 p. m. Other new officers who will serve this year will be Mrs. Glen Pogeler, vice president, Mrs. H. Fred Herzog, secretary, and Elsie Benjegerdes, treasurer. Mrs. Smith has appointed her committee on program which includes Mrs. Clair McKercher, Mrs. Arnold Garnass, Mrs. R. J. Legreid, Mrs. Forrest Godden and Mrs. R. B. Spearing. Serves on Transport Osage—Marshall L. Hogan, fireman apprentice, son of Mr. and Mrs. Burton W. Hogan of Osage, is serving as a crew member of the attack transport USS Pickaway, which is participating this fall in "Operation Miki," a large scale amphibious exercise in the Pacific. ELECTED SUPERINTENDENT —The Rev. Russell E. Pope, former pastor of the Mason City Open Bible church and now of Gasper, Wyo., was elected superintendent of the MontanaWyomins: district at a meeting: held at Brodus, Mont., Sept. 13 to 15. Mr. Pope is the son of Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Pope, 739 10th N. E., Mason City. American Legion Auxiliary RUMMAGE SALE Saturday, Sept. 24 8 P. M. North Entrance of the Legionnaire Club 317 No. Federal to enjoy a Mellow Moment Pour a sparkling glass of Hamm's Beer. Sip it. Linger over its luxurious flavor. For you'll never know how smooth and mellow a beer 'can be until you've tasted mellow moments. Forjiour mellow moments, say "Here's How!" with Hamm's. THEO. HAMM BREWING COMPANY, St. Paul, Minn. American Legion and Meyer Aerial Photo Service of Rockwell, Iowa PRESENT THEIR SECOND ANNUAL AIR SHOW One of the Greatest Events in Iowa's Aviation History SUNDAY, SEPT. 25, 1949, AT ROCKWELL, IOWA AIRFIELD LOCATED 3 MILES EAST OF GEO. H. MEYER PHILLIPS 66 SERVICE STATION ON HIGHWAY 65, ROCKWELL, IOWA A full squadron of AIR FORCE F-51 FIGHTER PLANES will do inverted maneuvers at TREE TOP LEVEL as they thunder before the crowd at 400 MILES PER HOUR YOU THRILLED TO THE DARING ACTS OH OUR 1948 AIR SHOW. WE PROMISE YOU AN EVEN GREATER AFTERNOON OF ENTERTAINMENT THIS YEAR WITH MORE PLANES, MORE ACTS. DON'T MISS THIS FULL AFTERNOON OF ROARING ACTION, THRILLS AND EXCITEMENT AS THE NATION'S MOST FAMOUS STUNT PILOTS SEND THEIR POWERFUL SMOKE BELCHING PLANES THROUGH TERRIFIC MANEUVERS THAT DEFY DESCRIPTION. THIS EVENT WILL NOT BE WITHOUT COMEDY. YOU WILL THRILL. YOU WILL CHILL. YOU WILL LAUGH. YOU WILL HAVE A DAY NEVER TO BE FORGOTTEN. EXTRA!! SEE Howard Libersky ciimb from a speeding car to an airplane in flight! SEE Lowell White land his plane on top of a speeding car! SEE Ray Henry and Johnny Vasey in the greatest roaring smoke streaming dual act in the world! THIS THRILLING PROGRAM STARTS AT 2 P. M. 1. Howard Libersky will spin his plane from an altitude of 10,000 feet. 2. Roy Timm in a daring act in his highly aerobatic PT-19. 3. Ray Henry will cut ribbons of paper with his Cub followed by an exciting Switch Off Landing. 4. Howard Libersky flies the world's smallest tri-motor airplane and how! 5. Johnny Vasey and Ray Henry in a roaring dual act with 2 Stearmans that will amaze you. 6. Howard Libeisky in a beautiful act in his tiny Rose Parakeet. 7. Lowell White—This one will keep you guessing! 8. Howard Libersky in a delayed Pai-achute Jump. 9. Lowell White will land his plane on top of a speeding car in an act calculated to make your hair stand on end. 10. Howard Libersky will transfer from a speeding car to an airplane in flight! 11. Parachute Jump by Dave Harris. 12. Roy Timm stands on top wing of Stearman doing loops and other maneuvers. 13. Ernie Meyer in High Gallonage Crop Spraying demonstration with Stearman. 14. Air Force F-51 demonstration. 15. Announcement of Free Awards. Music By the Rockwell High School Band Under the Direction of Charles Bush Entire Event Will Be Policed by Co. "H," Iowa National Guard, Mason City, Iowa Master of Ceremonies—JIM MANGO Nationally known Air Show Announcer.' will keep you well posted on all the events of this day. Admission: Adults $1.00; Children 50c (Tax Included) FARMERS You will be interested in seeing a High Gallonage Liquid Spray demonstration for Corn Borer Control. All fields sprayed in 1948 by this method resulted in an above average kill of the European Corn Borer. Dr. Harold Gunderson, state entomologist, will give a brief talk about the latest facts concerning corn borer control. THE AMERICAN LEGION AND LEGION AUXILIARY HAVE MADE ARRANGEMENTS FOR PLENTY OF FOOD AND REFRESHMENTS THROUGHOUT THE DAY. BRING THE ENTIRE FAMILY. 40 ACRES OF FREE PARKING SPACE ON OUR 180 ACRE FIELD. AIRPLANE RIDES BEFORE AND AFTER AIR SHOW

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