Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on September 22, 1949 · Page 23
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 23

Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, September 22, 1949
Page 23
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„ 8 mi Sept. 21, 194 M««on City Globe-Gazette, Mason City. la Worth County in Emergency Polio Drive Northwood—Atty'. Floyd Ensign county chairman lor the Nationa Foundation for Infantile Paralysis, urges quick completion of the current emergency drive for funds. With 19 cases in Worth county the funds to treat victims of the crippling disease is urgent. He asked all town and township chairmen to complete convasses a soon as possible in their areas. He aJso asks that any persons not contacted get in touch with their local chairman to make contributions. Or, if they prefer to mail their contributions to "Polio In care of the local postoffice. Chairmen of various Worth county communities for the polio drive are as follows:, Northwood, Mrs. C. O. Christianson; Graf ton, Armand Walk Kensett and Kensett township Otto Brunsvold; Manly, Clau: Randall; Hanlontown, M. O. Hall Fertile and Fertile township, the Rev. Benjamin Coltvet; Silver Lake, Mrs. Carl Loberg; Hareland, Mrs. John F. Sime; Grove O. S. Butler; Deer Creek, Mrs John Lofthus; Bristol, the Rev. L. F. Scheie; Brookfield, Clarice Tenold; Barton, Mrs. Oscar Wagner; Lincoln, Arthur Doebel; Danville', Elsie Benjege'rdes. HERE and THERE Lake Mills—Mr. and Mrs. Norman Clark of Des Moines visited at the home of Mrs. Clark's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Moen. Bradford—Mr. and Mrs. Walter Jacobsen of Nevada were recent visitors in the parental L. B. Kratz home. St. Ansgar—Norman Olson, 7th grade teacher, visited at his home in Scarville. Crystal Lake—Mr. arid Mrs. Junior Anderson of Walker have been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Paul Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Jumpp, Mrs. Carrie Sorenson, Mr. and Mrs. Maynard Sorenson and Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Sorenson. St. Ans&ar—Mr. and Mrs. Jean Neeley are parents of a daughter born Saturday at the Memorial hospital in Osage. . Fertile—Mr. and Mrs. 'John Larson of Stock City, Minn., were guests in the home of Mrs. C. ,O. Sheimo and Art Brenden. St. Ansg-ar — A post-nuptial shower for Mrs. Arnold Holstad was held at the Toeterville parish hall recently. Mrs. Holstad is the former Viola Koethke and was employed at the St. Ansgar Citizens State bank before her marriage. Fertile — Ivan Deuel, Fertile, Raymond • Purcell, Fertile, and Archie Larson .of Clear Lake left for a 10 days fishing trip in northern Minnesota arid Canada. St. Ansgar—Mrs. Nelle Scoles and her daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rohrbach of Glendale, Cal., are visiting Mrs. Scoles' sister, Mrs. Agnes Caldwell. Northwood—Luther Little, son of Mrs. Stella Little, Ames Monday to resume his studies at Iowa State college as a sophomore. Alexander—Mr. and Mrs. Gordon demons, formerly of Eldora, were recent guests at the parental Ross Riggins home. They were on EVERY DAY PRICES Cigarettes, Carton. . .$1.79 Candy Bars, 3 for. ... 12c Open Evenings 'Til 6:30 Morris Food Store their way to their new home at Humboldt, where Mr. demons ha.<= taken a position with a Humboldt newspaper. Kensett—Mrs. H. P. Bang and son, Roger Warren, have returned home from Mercy hospital in Mason City, where the boy was born Sept. 2. Mr. Bang owns and operates a hardware store here and Mrs. Bang is a former teacher in the Kensett school. Alexander—Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Jones are the parents of a ,son born at the Steele Memorial hospital at Belmond Friday. Geneva—Mrs. A. L. McNiel has returned to her home in Rockingham, N. Car., after spending the past 6i weeks with her daughter, Mrs. A. J. Larson, and family. Lakota—Born to Mr. and Mrs. Walter Schaumberg Friday, a daughter, at the Dolmage hospital at Buffalo Center. • Geneva—Mr. and Mrs. Martin Breimhearst of Jordon, Minn., were recent-guests of Mrs. Anna O'Laughlin and 4 daughters. 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