Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on July 19, 1948 · Page 8
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», 8 July 17, 1918 Mason City Globe-Gazette, Mason city, I a NEWS of RECORD Realty Transfers Brooker, Louis & Anna B., to George F. * Vivian A. Olson, Jt. ten., $1 <WD) N','of L 4.'Blk. «, South MCI. 7-IC-48. Schneider, Leta. J., to John & Ethel Kltner, jt. ten., SI <WIi) L 0 & 10, B!k. 7,E. Lake PI., Add to CL. 7-I3-48. Grain, Fern L. & Carl to Bernard M. Urenn, $1 (WD) ii Int. in Ste NE',4 2-1)71!>. 3-J3-48. Carrlck, Mabel E. to Manse! W. & Nellie M. Burns, Jt. ten., SI (WD) L 1 in Ramson's Replat of L 5 & (), Blk. 4, 11. A. Dyer'i Add. to MCI. 7-10-48. Mason City Loan & Investment Company to W. Wayne Wilson & Ruby Wilson, }t. ten., $1 (WD) N 1C, Blk. 8, College Add. to MCI. 7-15-48. I'eterson, James & Ida. May to Clara L. O'Neill, SI (WD) NEV't 35-95-21. 0-23-1K. Galloway, R. J., Ex., to Alice & J. W. Lanilingham, $4,1)1)0 (Ex.D) L 21, Clear Lake Highlands, CL. 7-7-4S. Pedcrson,'Esy»er, to F. B. & Helen Hart, Jt. ten., $1 (WD) E',i of S 1 A. in L I in Subd. of NE'A NU"/i J8-»8-:.'l. 7-10-48. Crawford, Sam and Fleeta, to Kermif O. Myll. $1, (QCD) L1S, Rlk. ll In East I'ark Add. to M. C., L, 7-1H-48. Duffy, Stephen II. and Margaret HL, to Frank Conrad Hall and Carma Bcr- nice Hall. it. ten., SI, (\VU) Lift, Rlk. 8, cxc. E (II feet In Auditor's Subd. of L14 in I«-fl(i-M, 7-13-4H. MacDoimld, B. A. and Alice L., to Virginia Ruth Anderson, SI, (WD) L15, Blk. 1, tho Highlands, Add. to M. C., I., 7-!l-47. Marriage Licenses Robert L. Anderson, 2(1, and Patricia Kinsella. IX, both of Ventura; Samuel Linsay Grove, 21, and Johanna Cordelia Meyer, 21, both of Mason City; Richard F. aiaher, !>4, St. Paul, and Dona M. Eii- gcbrclso!i, 31, LaCrosse, Wis.; Wallace Earl Luther Wlcklnnd, 'J7, Alexandria, Minn.,'and Wanda Otilia Telkcr, U<i, Sturgeon Lake, Minn. Maintenance Decrees Anna Kiroff against Alex Klroff on grounds of cruelty. She asks custody of 6 minor children, title to the home at ]U^1 Tyler N. IV,, that the court fix the amount of temporary alimony and soil money and that she be allowed $100 a month permanent support. Married Dec. 31, t!)'J2, at Mason City. Divorces Filed Vcrnlece Aspland against Charles Aspland on grounds of cruelty. She asks custody of 0 children, SKIO attorney fees and i>0 per cent of his monthly earnings as a farm hand of approximately SI~T>. Married nt Galena, 111., Nov. 30, 19S'2. Separated July », IfllH. New Car Sales Cunningham Farm Products, l(i (!th S. YV.. International truck; Clear Lake Sand and Gravel, Ford truck; John R. Dougan, route 1, Chevrolet truck; Iowa 'Company, First National bank, Chevrolet; Zenor Motor Co., UM 2nd S. E., Oldsmobile; Robert H.• Siiydcr, Thornton, Chevrolet; Harold Scllon, il Virginia S. E., Chevrolet truck. Police Court Parking Violations—Clarence J. Ersland route 4. overtime, and George Olson. 62! Perm. S. E.. overtime, each forfeited $1 bond. Harry J. Riskos. Fort Wayne, Inc!., improper parking, forfeited $1 bond. Intoxication—Walter F. Pcarce, Plymouth, Mike Yuddish. 1626 Perm. N. E.. each lorfeited S10 bond. Lawrence Simonson. Keister, Minn., fined $10 and costs. Arvid J. Anderson, city, sentenced to 30 days in county jail. Careless Driving—Murville A. Jost. 410 Jackson S. W.. fined $100 and costs. Disorderly Conduct—Floyd W. Rowe, Keister, Minn., fined 525 and costs. Correction—The Ralph Harris of Sheffield fined for intoxication Juiy 1 was Ralph J. Harris and not Ralph LeRoy Harris. Births Reported 'At Mercy Hospital I—Snn to Mr. and Mrs. Charles Thrams, 4','j Madison N. W.. Saturday. Fire Calls At 2:42 p. m. Friday to the rear oi 22; Teim. S. E. At 10:40 a. m. Saturday to I[303 Carolini N. E. Kerosene stove flnrcql up. Clear Lake Courts Traffic law violations: Failure to ob serve stop sign—Robert Kimball, Vcn tura, fined $5 and costs; failure to observe stop sign and no driver's license Robert D. Asbe, Clear Lake, fined S10 and costs. Intoxication—Charles Gassoway, Mason City, forfeited 525 bond. TAKES 4-II TOST Algona — Conwell Johnson o Odebolt is new assistant 4-H club leader for the county. Mr. Johnson's college career was interrupted when he was a sophomore a Ames. He enlisted in the army anc served 45 months. On discharge he resumed his college course anc was graduated last spring from Iowa State with an animal husbandry major. Drunk Sentenced Allison—Gene Miller, Parkersburg, was sentenced to 5 days in the county jail by -E. C. Trager justice of the peace, on 'a chargi of intoxication in a public pla^ He was picked up by Deputj Sheriff Henry W. Burma at Parkersburg. Globe-Gazette Photo LEARN TO DIVE —Sally Houser, water safety instructor at the Roosevelt junior high school pool, is pictured above at the extreme left, instructing an 18 pupil beginner's class in the rudiments of diving in a session of the summer swim campaign. A student may repeat a class as often as it is necessary for him to acquire the ability to successfully pass a test before transferring to a more advanced class. If sufficient interest is shown, a junior life saving course will be included in the swim program at the Roosdvelt pool. Marion Wolltenhauer, assistant instructor, is not shown in the picture. Safety Talks Given Kiwanis Wardleand Hahn Urge Need of Caution Dick Hahn of the Iowa highway patrol and N. J. Wardle, chairman of the farm committee of the Iowa safety council, were joint speakers on the subject "Farm Safety" at the weekly meeting of the Kiwanis club Thursday noon at the Country club. Harry Brown, chairman of the Kiwanis club , safety committee, stated that traffic eruditions in Mason City are very congested and that each individual must exercise caution in an effort to reduce the number of mishaps. He reported that in* excess of 6,000 bicycles are registered in Mason City. Tractors a Menace Sgt. Hahn asserted that improperly lighted tractors on public highways at night constitutes one of the major menaces to safety on Iowa farms. He stated that because tractors are not required to licensed in compliance with state laws, an increasing number are being used to transport farm produce to market. "All trailers must be licensed, and the state law provides that the license plates must be displayed on the trailer," said the sergeant. Although a farm tractor does not have to be licensed, or the operator licensed, when it is on the highway it is considered a motor vehicle and must abide by all laws governing the operation of automobiles." Have Incorrect Viewpoint Mr. Wardle stated that many persons have an erroneous conception concerning the cause of accidents. Many people attribute the appalling number of fatal accidents to the increased employment o£ machinery, but, said Mr. Wardle', "Machines kill only when placed in a position by humans from which they can't escape without killing." Mr. Wardle stated that many people have the incorrect viewpoint that accidents always happen to the other person. He said that all persons must assume personal responsibility for the prevention of accidents if the programs outlined by safety commissions are to be rendered effective. Guests at the meeting included, Carl Rasmusson, Sioux City; Harry Helgason, F. F. Wunder, I. A. Lovell, Walter Rae, Jr., W. C. Hicks, Floyd James. Chuck Smith, Kenny .long, Jack Heffner, Robert Davies nd Marion Olson. (*«S!aK2w'rc:«!K«*K«*MW2HH««fl«e«««Cw«->.««»>.:«Cie<«<.-~l»-^'«wr *-..»« "«T~»'f™~" ,—— — 11^ > CAMPING TRIP A total of 30 boys, under the direction of Gordon Blancnard, boys director of the Y. M. C. A., and Sam Edgar, physical director, are shown as they prepared to leave for Camp Moraine Point, Albert Lea, Minn., for a. 3V<> day camping trip. The boys display a tarpaulin that will be used in the event of adverse weather. Transportation for the journey was provided by the Mason City Kiwanis club. SWIM REGISTRATION —Janet Burns and Suzanne Senneff, swim instructors at the Monroe junior high school pool, are pictured above registering school children for the 3rd 2 weeks session of the summer swim program, jointly sponsored by the American Red Cross and the Mason City recreation department. All classes are under the direction of qualified Red Cross instructors. NEW SUPERINTENDENT—Ell more E. Coover, 1143 W. State, has recently assumed duties as superintendent of the northern Iowa division of the Chicago North Western railroad, succeeding J. II. Klein. Mr. Coover, who was assistant superintendent in Milwaukee prior to acceptance of the Mason Ciiy post, was attached to the Freedom Train when this train, bearing priceless historical documents, was in Wisconsin. LYONS/ Dale E. Wentworth Services to Be on Monday Afternoon Services for SM/lc Dale E. VenUvorth, 2U17 N. Federal, -who lied in the service of his country vliile aboard the U. S. S. Nichol- on in tiie south Pacific, near New Guinea, May 12. 1944, will be Tckt at the chapel of the Mc- \tilcy and Son funeral home at [ p. m. Tuesday. The Rev. F. W. Wcndland, pastor of Grace Evangelical church, vill officiate. Interment will be nt the Veterans Field of Honor in Memorial Park cemetery. The jody will arrive in Mason City at 10:02 a. m. Monday via tho Rock island Lines. Signalman Wentworth was born March 7, 1918, in Mason City: He attended the Mason City schools and was graduated from .he Mason City high school, lie enlisted in the navy June 10, 193(5, at De:s Moinc.s, and was honorably discharged June M, 1040, at Sai~> Diego. He re-en listed Feb. 21. 1!M1, at DCS Monies, and had completed 7 years of. .service in the navy at the time of his death. He was a member of the San Juan Marne post of the Veterans of Foreign Wars. Surviving arc his lather, diaries R. Wentworth, 2 .sisters, Clarabell and Ruth Wentworth, 2 brothers, Quatermastcr Chief Lyle C. Wentworth in the U. S. navy and Wayne Wentworth of Mason City, and a grandmother, Mrs. Elizabeth Hutton, Council Bluffs. The McAulcy and Son funeral home in charge. ATTEND LAST RITES Wesley—Funeral services were held at the Immaculate ( Conception church in Haverhill'Wednes- day for DanieL Drummer, aged 2 years, son of. Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Drummer, who was crushed beneath his father's tractor wheels Monday. Relatives attending the funeral from this vicinity were the grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. John Weig, John, Jr., and Eugene, Walter Drummer, Mrs. Joe Drummer, Mr. .and Mrs. Joe Weig and Mrs. Ed Weig. DIES AT ALGONA Swca City—Warren A. Ice, 82, of Liberty, Kans., was buried in an Algona cemetery Thursday. He died at the Kossuth hospital Wednesday after 2 weeks' illness. He was taken to the hospital from his rooms at the L. E. Polton home. Little is known here of his background but he is believed to have 2 daughters living in the west. Hungary produces 700,000 Ions of raw steel per year. That is more than the combined steel production of Rumania, Yugoslavia and Turkey. Sheet steel manufactured in ome mills speeds past the oper- >tor of the manufacturing ma- ihines at nearly 70 miles per hour. Borers Too Deep in Corn for Spraying Ames, (U.R)—Further treatment for control of first-brood corn borers in Iowa corn fields is not considered practical this year, except in special cases where high clearance ground sprayers are available, Iowa State college extension entomologist Harold Gunderson said Friday. While there are still a few unhatched egg masses to be found in the northern part of the state, ne\v borer concentrations are not building up enough to warrant continued treatment, Gunderson said. Borers Under Leaves Borers in most parts of the state arc no\y in the whorls and undci the leaf sheaths of the corn plants They can still be killed there i high gallonagc equipment is used to force the DDT down into con tact with them. Airplane sprayin, will not get enough of the solu lion on the plants for it to rur down into the whorls and lea sheaths. Borers that have moved insid the corn stalks cannot be y spraying. Those found dead v-ithin the stalks have died from atural causes, not because of any ecent sprayings, Gunderson said. Where high "alienage, high learance equipment is available, armers wanting to spray should ve at least an average of 2, i nch long borers per .stalk in their ields before treatment is begun, f infestation is less than that, the potential damage from the borers ill not offset the treatment cost. Use DDT Powder DDT wettable powder, applied it the rate of 1 pound actual DDT n 25 gallons of water per acre, should be sprayed on the corn from above with high clearance equipment. Add one cupful of wetting agent to each tank of solution. Emulsifiable concentrations of DDT should not be used. Applied in high gallonage, DDT emulsions will burn growing corn. Farmers who spray are advised by GunderKon to leave a test strip in each field as a check to determine whether or not the treatment was worth while. BEL, MONO CAFE SOLD Belmond—Mr. and Mrs. Harm Seals sold the Belmond cafe to Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Jordan of Mason City. Mr. and Mrs. Jordan are now in possession. Jordan is a former employe of the J. C. Penney company in Mason Citj'. RECTAL SPECIALIST RESULTS ARE WHAT COUNT: You want to get well. If you are suffering from any form of rectal trouble I can help you. Treatments arc given at the office and are absolutely painless in most cases. DELAYS ARE DANGEROUS: You may take a chance on the Market but it is foolish to do so with your health. Now is the time to get well. Cancer is due to neglect. Why take a chance? Special attention to venereal diseases OFFICE: Hi E. STATE ST. — OVER YELLAND and HANES mate than ev&t DALE E. WENTWORTH ••—Signalman 1/c 2 More Teachers Resign at Osage — Ralph Morgan has resigned as principal of the Washington grade school. He was recently elected president of the Rotary club. He plans to go to Boulder, Colo., where his wife has been visiting, thence to their fruit ranch in the Rio Grande valley. His wife is instructor in junior high, leaving a vacancy in that position to be filled here. Both arc graduates of Iowa State Teachers college at Cedar Falls. Limited Quantity 3 HP— 1800RPM Bali Bearing Motors For Use on REA Lines K.8H. Electric 308 South Delaware Mason City, Iowa Only Chevrolet brings you all these major advantages of BIG CAR QUALITY AT LOWEST PRICES . . . prices now decidedly lower than those of any other car that even remotely approaches it in quality! You'll have ifo much more riding-smoothnu.t with the genuine Unitizcd Knee-Action Ride —exclusive to Chevrolet and higher-priced You'll enjoy more thrills and more sacings with Chevrolet's world's champion Valvc- in-Head engine. Valve-in-Hcad, too, is exclusive to Chevrolet and higher-priced cars. 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