Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on July 9, 1948 · Page 20
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Mason City, Iowa
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Friday, July 9, 1948
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10 July 8, 194« Maton City GIofee-GaxetU, Mai*n City. I*. Democrats in Worth County Draw Slates Northwood —Organization of the county democratic central committee was completed at the recent convention with W. E. Conners, Manly, re-elected chairman; Mrs. DeEtta Peterson, Manly, vice chairman; Mrs. Ruth B. Carey, Northwood, secretary; and John A. Tietz, Manly, treasurer. Resolutions were passed endorsing the local, state, congressional and senatorial candidates of the party, and endorsing the national executive department. Judge M. H. Kepler of Northwood, a republican who will be a candidate for re-election this fall as judge of the 12th district, was also endorsed and the delegates to the district convention were instructed to support his candidacy. Delegates and alternates to the state invention are: Delegates—Norman Norland, W. E. Conners, Paul I. D. Ostby, Mrs. Hazel Larson, Mrs. L o r e 11 a Thompson, Mrs. L. E. Plummer, Clarence Ausenhus, Alfred Kingland, Mrs. Cordula Buechele, Art Molsberry, Mrs. De Etta Peterson. Alternates—Mrs. Ruth Carey, W. W. Hudson, Mrs. W. E. Conners, Miss Marjorie Brunsvold, A. J. Conner, Irvin Ausen, Mrs. S. S. Expect W Children's Home Festival Westly, Donald Petersburg, John A. Tietz, Mrs. Anna Doughan, Mrs. Alfred Kingland. Delegates to the state judicial convention are L. E. Plummer, Dr. S. S. Westly, C. B. Broderson, Mrs. Norman Norland, R. L. Calkins, Lewis Blattspieler, C. R. Doebel, Leslie Larson, W. W. Hudson, Henry Doebel, T. J. Lindstrom. L. E. Plummer and W. W. Hudson were named delegates to the district judicial convention; W. W. Hudson was designated congressional committeeman, and Dr. S. S. Westly as senatorial committeeman. ^ Former Grocer at Emnietsburg Dies Emmetsbursr — Funeral services for Mrs. P. F. Gylling, 76, a resident of Emmetsburg for over 50 years, will be held Friday afternoon at 2:30 at the Bethany Lutheran church, with the Rev. M. C. Thompson, pastor, officiating. Mrs. Gylling owned and operated a grocery store here for about 40 years following her husband's death. She sold her store a few years ago and has been in ill health for many months. HERE and THERE Wesley — Mr. and Mrs. U. E. Marco and Gary spent several days recently with relatives in Harlan and Omaha. Popejoy—Jacqueline Schneider, Betty Abels and John Abels are enrolled at Camp Methoji for the M. Y. F. institute which is in session at Lake Okoboji this week. Corwith—Mrs. George Schnetzer and her daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Mossman of Osceola, Mo., are visiting at the C. E. Mortimor home. Dumont—Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Paulson and family of Rock Island, 111., and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Steffen and family of Davenport spent the holidays in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Misfeldt. Allison—Sheriff Frank Neal entered St. Mary's hospital at Rochester Sunday for observation. Mr. Neal became ill June 27. Mrs. Neal accompanied her husband to Rochester, Osage—Constance Odden, bacteriologist for the Minnesota state department of health, Minneapolis, spent the holiday at the parental Lutherans to Greet Guests Noted Speakers Have Part in 1-Day Event Wavcrly—Iowa's largest "family reunion" will have double significance this year. When thousands of midwestern- ers gather at the Lutheran Children's Home Sunday for the annual festival, they will also commemorate the home's 85th birthday anniversary. Visit Means Much More than 5,000 persons yearly attend the all day gathering, but it has a special meaning for the hundreds who return as adults to the home which served as father and mother to them in childhood. Most everybody brings the entire family and a well filed picnic basket to the festival. They'll hear well known leaders, good music and the clear young voices of today's children of the home. Headline speakers this year will be Doctor B. J. Holm, president of Wartburg Seminary at Dubuque, JERRY MELDRUM Juvenile Bound to Grand Jury Charles City Youth Taken for Break-in Charles City — A 17 year old Charles City youth waived prelim- nary hearing in justice court on charges of breaking and entering a building in the night time and receiving stolen goods and was pound over to the grand jury. He was arrested in conection with the theft of 14 radios from a loca warehouse on the night of March 10 Four other Charles City youths against whom charges were filed earlier also face court action arising from a break-in at the Meusel Hardware company warehouse. Charges against them include breaking and entering and receiving stolen property. DIES IN HOSPITAL Rockford—Ross Ritter, 49, died Tuesday noon at Mercy hospital Mason City, after a prolonged illness. He is survived by a sister several brothers, his wife and children. Funeral services will DC held in Marble Rock at 2:30 p. m Friday with interment at Westside cemetery, Marble Rock. Arrangements are in charge of Grossman's of Charles City and Rockford. Family Holds Picnic Ackley —Mrs. Florence Hartema, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Schachterle, son Ronny and daughter Patricia, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Voy son Larry and daughter Judy, Mrs. William Knoll of Ackley and Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Hartema, Arlene and Carol, Lansing, Minn, enjoyed a family picnic recently at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Castjen Wildeboer north of Parkersburg. r KEEP COOL WITH THESE ELECTRIC FANS Lowest Prices in Years 45 to 1 84.50 Complete Selection on Hand We have a large selection of fans from small oscillating to large 24-inch blade, pedestal type. Fans for every need. Well known makes. MASON CITY APPLIANCE STORE 211 South Federal Phone 1103 Hans Odden home Marble Rock — Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Smith of Fort Wayne, Ind., are spending their vacation in the home of Mr. Smith's father, Ray Smith. Dougherty — Paul Conners of Chicago visited relatives here. Alexander—Mr. and Mrs. Frank Jackson of Shullsburg, Wis., are guests at the homes of Ed and Ray Richards. Geneva—Mr. and Mrs. Carl Ellenberger of Rockford, 111., visited their friends, Mr. and Mrs. B. D. Hunt, recently, also their son-in- law, Mr. and Mrs. Farioe Hamm of Livermore. Alexander — William Orr of Laurens is the new manager of the elevator at the Quaker Oats company. Mr. Orr has been with the Quaker Oats company at Ware. Wesley — The Victor Loebegs and Ray Doughans attended the funeral of an aunt, Teresa Lyons, at Adell, 111., recently. Fredericksburgr — Donny Foresman, older son of Mr. and Mrs. Don Foresman, was badly injured when he fell from his pony recently but is improving. Ackley—Miss Louise Flessa, 83, was taken to the Christcnsen nursing home at Sheffield for care and treatment. Wesley—Mr. and Mrs. Bill Nadelhoffer and Mrs. R. J. Saunche of Eau Claire, Wis., spent several days recently at the parental Pearly Haynes home. Dumont — Mrs. Gerald Raisch has returned to her home here following a 2 weeks' tour of Yellowstone Park. Mrs. Raisch accompanied her mother, Mrs. Walter Hanseil and son of Manchester. Marble Rock — Mr. and Mrs. Harold Brown and son of Galesburg, 111., are visiting in the home of Mrs. Brown's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bullcmer. Chester—Mr. and Mrs. Don Sattler and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Derr of Austin, Minn., were recent guests at the parental Jake Derr home. former pastor of St. Matthew's Lutheran church in Washington, D. C., and Doctor Carl F. Reuss, who on Sept. 1 will assume his duties as dean at Wartburg college in Waverly. Reuss on Program Doctor Reuss, who is to address the gathering at the afternoon program has been executive secretary of the board of social action of the American Lutheran church. Opening the program at 10 a. m. will be a religious service in German, a tradition at the festival. It is to be conducted by the Rev. William Burrack, pastor of St. John's Lutheran church at Readlyn. The Rev. Paul Matthias, pastor of St John's Lutheran church at Clarksville, will conduct the liturgy. The 11 o'clock service, at which Doctor Holm will preach will be given in English and will be broadcast over radio station KWWL of Waterloo, WMT o Cedar Rapids and WNAX of Yank ton, S. Dak., by the Christian Crusaders and Byron G. Benson announcer and executive director The children of the home will sing Waverly Band to Play The Waverly Municipal ban will give a concert prior to th 2 o'clock program when Docto Reuss speaks. The Rev. H. M Adix, pastor of Zion Luthera church of Waterloo, will read the scriptures and the Rev. Paul Moeller, superintendent of the home, will give his report. An operetta, an annual feature of the day rehearsed for weeks in advance, \vill be the children's big contribution. A stage and bleachers are under construction, ample parking facilities are arranged and refreshment stands arc being built. Will See Exhibits Inside the buildings, church organizations from throughout the state are preparing exhibits of needlework and other handmade articles. These will be sold to raise funds for the operation of the home. One year the picnickers consumed 1,806 bags of popcorn, 150 gallons of ice cream, 350 pounds of hamburger and 275 cases of pop. Will Check Oats Plots Near Osage Osage—Jerry Meldrum, Iowa State college, Ames, will visit Mitchell county July 22 to check the oats variety test plots m "West Cedar township, near St. Ansgar, and near Riceville. The varieties in the test plots are Marion, Mindo. Bond, Zephyr. Shelby, Benton, Clinton, Cherokee, Tama and Iowa 105. Farmers and others have visited these plots in past years and have shown considerable interest in crop experimental work. George Gast, Albert Fleming and County Extension Director Harley Walker will assist with the meetings and demonstrations. VFW Plans to Celebrate at Sheffield Sheffield — George Eckhardt Post Veterans of Foreign Wars is ompleting plans for Sheffield's day celebration to be staged July 27-28. July 27 will be the big day with „. parade at noon. A ball game vill be played each day and there will be a dance in the Memorial hall each evening. Merriam, Robinson shows have been engaged for the 2-day event. The first patent for a refrigerating machine was granted to Dr. John Gone of Apalachicola, Fla., in 1851. ^1^^ Completely carefree . .. Time for Summer Motoring and miles of fun with Hi-V-l. It cleans as .t lubricates, giving motors the increased power and reduced fuel consumption necessary to happy vacation driving. . .. Give your car the lift it needs ...Hi-V-l Motor Oil! It protects those close-moving motor parts against friction. It won't thin out.. .Stands up at boiling and above! 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GARNER — Beverly Haberkamp will be hostess to the Liberty Busy Bees girls' 4-H club at her home Thursday, July 15, at 2 p. m. GARNER—Celia Bredlow will be hostess to the Madison Live Wires girls' 4-H club at her home Wednesday at 2 p. m. GARNER—An all day workshop program will be the feature when the Boone Magor Pals girls' 4-H club meet in regular session at the home of Mrs. Percy Bailey at 10 a. m. Thursday, July 15. DUMONT — The Past Noble Grands will meet Friday with Mrs. Minnie Lcese at the Enos Pfaltzgraff home in Waterloo. Mrs. Leese was a former resident here. GARNER;—The American Legion Auxiliary will hold its next regular meeting at the Legion hall Friday at 8 p. m. There will be installation of the newly elected officers. RUDD—The Amvet Auxiliary will meet Friday afternoon with Mrs. Claude Babcr. 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