Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on September 22, 1949 · Page 20
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 20

Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, September 22, 1949
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ISTC Offers Conferences Cedar Falls—Four fall confer- ices are scheduled on the Iowa r ate Teachers college campus this juarter, according to. Doctor E. L. .itter, director of the bureau of xtension service. Leading the parade of fall quar- >r conferences is the first annual rt workshop conference for ele- lentary teachers, Saturday, Oct. 1, The annual county superinten- ints' conference on supervision county schools will be held fct. 3. Approximately 60 county iperintondents are expected on campus for the one day meet- Ifs- ' . m The kindergarten conference to , 'Icplain the implications of the ? lew entrance age law in the vari- ~ -Ls types of schools will be Sat- HERE and THERE rday, Oct. 8. i Closing the Marble Rock—Mrs. Sam Lasser of Minneapolis is visiting in the home of Mrs. Bertha Angel. Ionia—E. R. Wright of Stockton, Cal., came for a visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Wright. He expects to move his family back to Charles City where he has a job as chef in Wallgreen's cafe. ' Alta Vista—Mr. and Mrs. Joe J. Kolbet arc the parents of a son born at the New Hampton hospital Sunday. Dumont—A group of relatives from Waverly, Waterloo and Dumont honored Mrs. Nellie Bennett on her 67th birthday recently. Alta Vista — Mrs. C. E. White, Mrs. John Meirick and Larry, Mrs. Harold Vick and Judy attended the Rose Hoverman-Howard Pink wedding at New Hampton Monday. Joice Site of 14 Corn Bins fall conference :hedule will be the 4th annual wa high school invitational dis- .ission conference Nov. 11 and 12. ,ites to Be Thursday or Aged Ackley Man Ackley—Funeral services for rend Cobie, 81. will be held hursday at 1 p. m. at the home nd at 1:30 p. m. at the Eastfries- md Presbyterian church, the ev. Calvin Siemsen officiating, urial will be in the church emetery. Mr. Cobie died at his home londay following a.heart attack, [is wife found him lying on the round near the woodshed. Besides the widow he, leaves a on, Richard, and 2 daughters, [annah of Ackley and Mrs. Dick ohnson of Avon, S. Dak., also 2 isters and 3 brothers. Bristow — One hundred fifty-five friends and neighbors of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fahr called at their home to congratulate them on their 45th wedding anniversary Sunday. Stilson — Mr. Steven have and ' Mrs. George returned to Des STOKCR mOTORS€RVIC€ Moines where Mr. Stevens has entered Bible school for another year. Alta Vista—Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Lentz went to New Hampton where they called on Mrs. James Chihak, who is a patient suffering with pneumonia. Calmar—Mr. and Mrs. Ray Donnelly and daughter of Mason City visited the past week here at the Celestine Klimish home. 'Mclntire—Mr. and Mrs. Kersey Byrd and Jimmy visited the latter's brother and family, Mr. and Mrs. John Wentworth, at Pee- waukee, Wis., also at Milwaukee, Wis. Calmar—Sgt. William Winn and Pfc. Vernon Stenseth of Chanute Field, 111., spent a furlough here at their respective homes. Calmar—Mi's. Matt Noehl celebrated her 80th birthday at her home on Friday, Sept. 16. Among callers was her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. John Barnett of Mason City. Stilson—Mr. and Mrs. William Knox of West Union and Mr. and Mrs. Jake Gashel of Nora Springs visited Mrs. L. Callison and Christyna recently. Dumont—Mr. and Mrs, Edwin Brown and daughter Charlotte of Boulder, Colo., former residents of Dumont, and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Brown, Waterloo, were recent visitors in the F. M. Sorenson home. Ionia—Hubert Testroat has been released after 8 years of service in the navy. He arrived at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Testroat, where he will visit for some time before going to Chicago where he has employment. Hutchins — Mrs. Forest Loonan of Waterloo accompanied Mr. and Mrs. William Weiland to northern Minnesota for a week of fishing. Joice — Arleigh Dahl, farming east of Joice, was released Sunday from the Naeve hospital at Albert Lea where he spent several days receiving treatment and blood transfusions. Rockford—Mr. and Mrs Joice—Joice has one of the <t government bin sites in Worth county. Roy Bergan, local farmer, is in charge of sealing corn. There are 14 bins each with 2,800 bushel capacity at the site at present, them have been As many as 25 larger bins may be added to the site. About half of filled this fall. Kensett Man Heads Worth CROP Drive Kensett—Norman Norland of Kensett has been chosen as Worth county convenor of the Christian Rural Overseas Program (CROP) for a meeting to be held in the near future. Rites at Luverne for Former Mayor Luverne — Funeral services for F. G. Hagist, 75, former mayor and businessman of Luverne, will be held at the Presbyterian church at 2:30 Wednesday, the Rev. A. R. Smith, pastor, officiating. He died at a hospital at Fort- Dodge Saturday. Burial in the Luverne ceme- ' tery. Survivors besides nis widow, are I a daughter, Mrs. Cathryn Croker a son, Orbin Hagist, both of Chicago, and 6 grandchildren. ber of the Masonic lodge and was affiliated with the Presbyterian church. He was ordained a ruling elder in the Calvary Presbyterian church while h^ lived in Chicago. r K & H ELECTRIC 308 So. Delaware Phone 1139 G. I. CAB LINE PHONE731 Non Meter Cabs 35c ANY PLACE IN TOWN FOR 1 OR % PEOPLE lOc Extra For Each Additional Passenger. MASON CITY NASH CO. 1311 North Federal Ave. Livestock AUCTION Friday, September 23 — 12:00 P. M. 400 CATTLE NOTICE: We start selling: veal calves and butcher cattle at 12:00. Please have your stock in early. Stock Cattle 100 Hereford Yearling Steers, weight 600 to 700 Ibs. 25 Hereford Yearling Heifers, weight 700 Ibs., fleshy 25 Hereford Yearling Heifers, weight 600 Ibs. 60 Hereford Wet Heifers, weight 800 Ibs. These are very good quality Western cattle. Also many consignments of good native cattle of all weights. Dairy Cattle 6 Good Holstein Springing Heifers, Calfhood Vaccinated. 7 Shorthorn Springing Cows and Heifers from one herd. 4 Holstein Springing Cows from one herd. 3 Guernsey Springers Close up. And many others not listed. Fat Cattle 20 Good Fat Heifers, weight 800 Ibs. 15 Fat Steers, weight 1200 Ibs. And many small lots of fleshy yearlings. Hogs Bred sows and feeding pigs of all weights are in demand. We have been receiving good runs of replacement steers and heifers —If you aro In the need of cattle plan to attend Uic sale this Friday. You Will he plened with the reality of these cattle. We appreciate your consignments. Consign your livestock to us. CLEAR LAKE AUCTION CO. Palmer had a happy surprise when their son-in-law, Ralph Birchard, of Stillwater, Okla., dropped in to call on them. He was accompanied by his father and mother, Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Birchard, of Cedar Falls. Ralph has enrolled in the college at Iowa City and expects to move his wife and 3 children there as soon as living quarters can be found. Marble Rock — Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Adams visited Mr. Adams' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Eli Adams, in Charles City. Alexander—Mr. and Mrs. William Jones of Des Moines spent several days at the J. J. Stoffer home. Ionia—Mrs. Kate Watts received word that her brother-in-law, Albert Watts, of Billings, Mont., is ill and was brought to Rochester, Minn., for observation. St. Ansgar—Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Mooney of Minneapolis visited recently with the latter's brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. James Jensen. Chester—Mr. and Mrs. Darrall Grouse of Waterloo visited Mrs. Grouse's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Tibbals. Northwood—Merrill Gilpin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Gilpin, a polio patient in Iowa City for 6 weeks, has returned home. He is on crutches but getting along fairly well. Rake—Mr. and Mrs. Joe Jordahl and Jerry of St. Ansgar, Mr. and Mrs. Palmer Olson, Claire, Donald and Kenneth, Mr. and Mrs. Millard Olson of Minneapolis, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Limd and James of Viroqua, Wis., and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Olson and family of Westby, Wis., were recent guests at the Martin and Henry Olson home. Marble Rock—Mrs. Harold Anderson of Waterloo, Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Rath and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Will Pen-in and 2 daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Dallas Woods and son and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Rath o£ Charles City were visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Will Biekert the past week. Thompson — Mr. and Mrs. Al Payne left for a 2 weeks' visit at the home of their daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Bittner, at Aberdeen, S. Dak. Alexander—Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Bruchner of Clear Lake and Mrs. Myrtle Grace and Fred Schumacher of Thornton visited at the Sperry-Richards home. Rockford—Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Birchard of Cedar Falls and son, Ralph Birchard of Stillwater, Okla., were callers in the Merle Nelson home recently. Manly—Guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Nels Brunsvold are Mr. and Mrs. Burnell Brunsvold and 3 children of Ottumwa and Mrs. C. A. Geilenfeld of Algona. Fertile — Mr. and Mrs. Guy Walker returned home from Burlington where they visited their daughter, Catherine, and other relatives. St. Ansgar —Mr. and Mrs. Al Cook of Waterloo visited at the E. M. Houg home. Crystal Lake — Mr. and Mrs. John Mortenson left for Ames where Mr. Mortenson will enter his senior year at Iowa State college. St. Ansgar—Mrs. Ed Gould is a patient at Cedar Valley hospital in Charles City where she is receiving treatments. Fertile — Mrs. Pearl Younglas and son, John, of Waterloo, drove to Fertile to see their nephew and cousin, James Sanderson, who is home from Detroit, Mich., where he received his basic training in the navy band. Stilson—Mr. and Mrs. Robert Steven visited in Boone with his sister, Mrs. Ruth Grimm, and from there to Adel to visit the Roy Grimm family, Stilson—Mr. and Mrs. Gene Huling and Mr. and Mrs. Norman Mehl were in Lakota to see Bud Olson, who was injured in an auto accident. Rake—Mr. and Mrs. Gale Kal- verson and sons of Sioux Rapids and Mr. and Mrs. Don Gill and Julie Louise of Minneapolis visited at the parental Ben Monson home. Mrs. Gill and infant daughter returned home after spending a week here. Thompson—Mr. and Mrs. Sumner Issacs left Sunday for Rosemount, Cal., where they will visit their son, John Ellsworth and family. Marble Rock—Margaret Herman returned to her work after a few days' visit in the home of her sister, Mrs. Leonard Greiner, and family at Dike. Hutchins—Mr. and Mrs. George Weiland, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Steenhard, Mrs. C. E. Steer.hard and Mrs. Anton Weiland visited recently with Mrs. K. K. Steenhard at Latimer. Joice—Since the death of Mrs. P. J. Fibelslad, Sept. 5 ; Mr. Fibelstad has decided to sell his home and furniture and plans to spend the winter at the home of his son- in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Grandlund, FarKo. N. Dak. 2 Hurt In Crash Ackley—Miss Darlene Kothenbeutel, junior in Ackley high school, is in a hospital at Waterloo 'with a crushed vertebra which she suffered when the car in which she was riding was struck by one driven by Donald W. Laipple. Robert Eichmeier suffered a concussion. , For many years he was a mem- New Hampton Rotary Invited to Waterloo New Hampton — Members ol the New Hampton Rotary club will go to Waterloo Thursday evening, Sept. 29, for their regular meeting. The Waterloo club will hold a meeting at Rotary Reserve northwest of • Waterloo. Thomas R. Beall, president of the club here, , appointed L. S. Holman, Harry Knight and Frank Kraft, all automobile dealers, on the transportation committee, to arrange transportation for the 38 club members. Attend Conference Goodell—The Rev. and Mrs. W. T. Boston left Wednesday for Al- Sept. 21, 1949 11 Mason City Globe-Gnette, M»ion City, I*. bia to attend the 106th annual U. B. conference. Mr. and Mrs, O. C. Evanson, who are the local church delegates, will attend Thursday. It closes Friday evening. st prize H content with my cake from Cinch Cake Mix.*? cake United Financial Service Family Finance Counsellors GEORGE F. OLSON, Mgr. 15} North Federal {Over Ford Hopkins Drug) Phone 57 gistered P D nee in ct $120 Only once can you give her that most important of gifts—her engagement $180 ring. $250 A diamond from Blanchard's brings a lifetime of pleasure and satisfaction. $250 $350 $336.00 Each diamond at Blanchard's is in- dividually selected by experts for its fine quality, great brilliance and beauty. That is why people who know —choose diamonds at Blanchard's. $150 $450 $120 $480 'All Prices Include Federal Tax. 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