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12 June 39, 1948 MIMB City GUfcc-Gucitc, MM*B City. la. Osage Pastor % to New Charge Doctor Glenn Hartong Goes to Cedar Rapids Osake —Doctor Glen Hartong, for the past 6 years pastor of the Methodist church at Osage, has been assigned to the Trinity Methodist church, Cedar Rapids, and he and his family will move in about 2 weeks for their new location. His farewell sermon will be delivered Sunday. Doctor Hartong, native of Plymouth, was graduated from. Upper Iowa university, Fayette, and from the Garrett Biblical Theological Seminary, Evanston, 111. He received his honorary degree* last year from Upper Iowa. He first served at Woodburn, Ore., for a 4 year period, then successively at Toledo and Strawberry Point. He came to Osage in 1942. Succeeding Doctor Hartong is the Rev. Clarence James, pastor for the past 9 years at Central Methodist church, Charles City, prior to which he was several years pastor at Nora Springs. There are 3 adult children in the James family. Rain Delays Hay Making Garner—Hancock county farmers are anxiously hoping for better weather to enable them to put up the hay crop. Frequent showers the past 10 days have hampered the work and much deterioration in the already short crop has been noted. More showers might also prove detrimental to the oats crop which is now completely headed and looks good. Corn is making favorable progress. SUFFERS EYE INJURY Stacyville — Gary Wageman is receiving treatment at a hospital in Mason City for an eye injury which resulted when struck by a piece of steel from a shooting gallery. At the time of the injury he was recovering from a severe burn on the leg. He is staying with an aunt, Mrs. Gus Newhaus, a't Mason City. ISC Experts on Program at Kanawha Farm Field Day DISCHARGED — Richard E. Avise has returned to the parental Cecil li. Avise farm near Rockwell following his discharge after 2 years in the navy •with a rating of fireman first class. He enlisted following his graduation from Rockwell high school in 1946. After boot training he was assigned to the USS Thomas Jefferson on which he remained throughout his service. The ship transported troops, dependents and cargo to and from Pearl Harbor, Japan, China, Okinawa,., Manila, Subic Bay and Guam. He plans to enter junior college this fall. Iowa Falls Legion Auxiliary Elects Iowa Falls—New officers of the Hyman-Peavey unit of the American Legion Auxiliary are Mrs. Guy Burton, president; Mrs. Dale Holbrock, first vice president; Mrs. Earl Kessell, 2nd vice president; Mrs. J. L. Daniels, recording seci-etary; Mrs. A. L. Thomas, corresponding secretary; Mrs. Raymond Show, treasurer; Mrs. Guy Kay, historian; Mrs. Fred Cessford, chaplain; Mrs. John Scheffel, sergeant-at-arms. Executive board members are Mrs. Fred Lemke, Mrs. lima Frederick, and Mrs. C. A. Wartchow. Show Results of Grain Tests Will Discuss Control of Weeds, Corn Borers Kanawha—Subjects of "vital interest to North Iowa farmers will be discussed at' experiment farm field day here Tuesday when experts from Iowa State.college will appear on the program. Among the highlights of the program are chemical weed control and corn borer control. Extension specialists on the program are E. P. Sylvester and Harold Gunderson of Iowa State college. The Northern Iowa Agricultural Experiment association will furnish free lunch at noon. The hourly program follows: 10 to 11 a. m.—Weed identification and control. (Bring your own weeds); plant disease identification; demonstration of the effect of 16 corn seed treatments; spray machinery exhibit. 11 a. m.—Chemical weed control, E. P. Sylvester, Iowa State college. Corn borer control, Harold Gunderson, Iowa State college. Noon—Free lunch furnished by the Northern Iowa Agricultural Experiment Association. 1:30 p. m.—Study of experiments in progress on the farm; Hawkeye soybeans; community grain trials of oats, barley, spring wheat, flax; seed treatments on oats nnd flax; chemical weed control experiments on flax, oats and corn. HERE and THERE Car Owners The Floyd an dLeonard Auto Electric, Inc./ Will Be Closed For Vacations FROM JULY 5th to JULY 12th For Emergency Calls — Phone 4984 FLOYD & LEONARD AUTO ELECTRIC, INC. 116 Sc. Washington Mason City, Iowa WORLDS CHAMPIONSHIP BASEBALL it's the WORLD'S CHAMPIONSHIP PENNANT in BEER it's good old ... a favorite for 99 years UNITED STATES BREWING CO. CHICAGO 47, ILLINOIS • HUMBOLDT 0080 TEMPLE DISTRIBUTING CO. 319—9th St. S. E. Phone 3609 Mason City, Iowa HAROLD GUNDERSON Northwood to Vote on Bonds for Town Hall Northwood — Voters oO Northwood will go to the polls July 8 to express their wishes for or against an issue oi' not to exceed $20,000 in bonds for erecting a town hail and 1'ire station. The present fire station, built in 1897 when the water system was first established in Northwood, housed the engine and pumps for nearly 40 years. Constant vibration from the machinery is believed to have weakened the walls and at present the building is in very poor repair though it still houses the 2 town fire trucks. The town jail, located in the rear of the building, was condemned for use as a lockup some time ago by the grand jury. The new building will house the trucks, will provide a town jail, and will have rooms for use by the council and a vault for storing city records, the plans contemplate. At the present time the town council and town library occupy an old brick veneer building, used as a courthouse for many years prior to 1894, and when vacated at the erection of the present court house, was used as a school building until the present high school was erected in 1915. It was then bought by the city as a town hall. Britt — Mrs. L. A. Stoner, who has been in Tucson, Ariz., for some months on account of her health, will spend the summer in Britt with Dr. L. A. Stoner. She will also spend some time in Jefferson with her'mother. Swaledale—Mrs. Elmer Barker and children of Des Moines are visiting her brother, Crawford Hemphill. Manly—Guests in the home of the Rev. and Mrs. Carl Frankhauser recently were Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Graham, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Graham, and Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Montgomery, all of Howard Lake, Minn. Goodell—Faye, Dorothy and Arthur Kater of St. Cloud, Minn., and Albie and Albert Payne of Benson, Minn., visited recently in the home of their uncle, Bill Dempsey. Manly—Miss Helen Roach, linotype operator, who has been "vacationing at Clinton with her mother, has returned to her duties at the Signal office. Bob Culver, also of that office, left the last of the week for Detroit, Mich., where he will visit his brother-in- law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Stanley. Lakota—Mrs. Ralph Sturdevant of Paramount, Cal., has come to assist in the care of her mother, Mrs. Tillie Hanson, while her sister, Mrs. Laura Penny, is at Boone with her daughter, Mrs. Hugh Gordon. Rake — Lois Heath and Gloria Heath, R. N., of Minneapolis are spending a week at their parental homes here. Their cousin, Janet Mithune of Minneapolis, accompanied them. Rake—Carroll O. Sunde of the navy arrived in San Francisco, Cal., from Johnston Island. He will await his discharge there. Plymouth — Mr. and Mrs. Ed Wyborney, Sr., and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Wyborney drove to Waterloo to visit Mrs. Morris Wyborney who is ill in a hospital. Swaledale—Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Bender and family of Champaign, 111., are visiting Mr. and Mrs. William LaDuke and other relatives. Fredericksburg—Mrs. Gene Gisel is spending a few days at Rochester, Minn., with her aunt, Mrs. Gertrude Bernatz of Decorah, who is a patient at a hospital. Mclntire—Mrs. Stanley Griffin of Thompson, N. Dak., and her daughter, Mrs. Gerald Ralston, and children of Valley City, N. Dak., are visiting Mrs. John Gabby and family and other relatives. Rake—Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Quam ai - e the parents of a_ daughter born June 24 at the Uolmage hospital in Buffalo Center. Geneva—Mrs. Fenno Holtkamp returned from a week's visit with her son-iri-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. John Rudisell, in Des Moines. Goodell—Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Richardson, Jeanett Richardson, Mr. and Mrs. Jerald Richardson of Stilson, Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Landheer of Buffalo Center, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Richardson of Mason City, Mr. and Mrs. Orville 1 Nail of Britt were recent guests in the home of relatives, the Rev. W. J. Bostons. Woden—Mr. and Mrs. Herman Buns visited at the Robert Turner home at Charles City. Corwith—Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Mullin and daughter, Mrs. Coe Sayre, of Blairsburg, left for Los Angeles, Cal., where they will visit their daughter and sister, Mrs. Kenneth Reed. Crystal Lake — Mrs. Gene Wright, who spent the past 2 weeks visiting relatives here and at Forest City left for her home in San Fernando, Cal. Geneva—Mr. and Mrs. Victor Dodd, Mr. and Mrs. George Pekarek and Mr. and Mrs. Karl Roger are spending a week fishing at Lake Winnibigoshish in Minnesota. Goodell—The 28th annual Avery picnic was held in the Laton Avery home with 40 in attendance. Cliapin—Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Manly—Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Culver have returned after spending the weekend at Iowa City where they visited their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Max Oltman, who are both students at the university. Garner — Sgt. and Mrs. Elmer McMahon left for Carlisle, Pa., after visiting relatives and friends in this community and attending the wedding of Elmer's sister, Hazel McMahon, to Thomas D. McMahon. Chester—Mrs. Knute Wilson and son, Wayne, went to Reinbeck to attend the wedding of the former's niece, Evelyn Mae Nath, Sunday at the Methodist church in Reinbeck. Lakota — Pete Thiesen, former Lakota resident, now living at Dolliver, was taken to a Fairmont, Minn., hospital with a ruptured appendix. Manly — Recent guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Chris Hebel included Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Johnson, Mason City; Mrs. Gerald Hebel and daughters, Mrs. Emil Hebel and Mr. and Mrs. Chester Anderson, all of Kensett; Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Nelson and daughter, Dixie Ann, of Waterloo. Osase —Walter McCoy, G. O. Lashbrook and Eddie Tesch left for Stony Point, Minn., for a brief fishing trip. Scarville—Mrs. Edwin Gran and Miss Nora Stephens went to Seattle, Wash., to visit relatives and friends. Fertile—Mr. and Mrs. Byron Richardson and family of Backus, Minn., visited in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Myhre. Dumont—S/Sgt. and Mrs. Richard Trousdale and son, Gary, left for Ft. Worth, Texas, completing a 10-day furlough with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Merle Trousdale. Wesley—Mrs. Mike Wingert and daughter, Patty, of Richmond, Cal., are visiting the Lawrence Wing- erts for several weeks. Mike is in the navy and at present on a cruise. Parties Plan Conventions GOP and Democratic Delegates Will Meet Garner — The republican and democratic county conventions will be held at the Hancock county courthouse Friday. The republican convention will be faced with the task of nominating a candidate for the office of county supervisor term beginning Jan. 1, 1949. Five candidates in the 'recent primary election failed to receive the 35% required for nomination. Candidates were: John Chambers, present chairman of the board; Clinton 'Daniels, Concord township farmer; Chester Williams, Boone township farmer, Robert D. Hoadley of Kanawha and Ben F. Greiman, Liberty township farmer. Following the conventions the central committees of the respective parties will meet to elect officers and transact any other business that may come before the meeting. Meetings in North Iowa Squirrels With White Tails Seen at Algona Algona—For some reason squirrels are appearing here with white tails. The first one was seen 2 weeks ago and since then many reports of white tailed squirrels have been received. Patricia Pollard saw a red squirrel \vith a black breast and a white tail and Charles Hamilton has 4 white tailed squirrels that scamper about his premises. Return From Trip Garner—Mrs. Ruth Yohn and Mrs. Hulda Wiles returned home recently from a 3 weeks' tour of the east and south. They spent a ma.ior part of the time in Kentucky. When they arrived in Charleston, W. Va., they left the car and flew to Washington, D. C., spending 3 days there. They returned to Charleston and drove the car home. CLARION—Mrs. Walter Maertz and Mrs. C. A. Bjork were to be hostesses to the Lutheran Ladies' Aid Society Wednesday afternoon. GARNER—The Hancock county Farm Bureau program planning committee will meet at the Farm Bureau office Friday at 8 p. m. CLARION — Mrs. C. J. Nagle will entertain her afternoon bridge club at a 1 o'clock luncheon Thursday. GARNER — Th'e Amsterdam township Pacemakers 4-H club will meet at the home o£ Karon Hoover at 2 p. m. Thursday afternoon. ALEXANDER—The Alexander Cemetery Society will meet Thursday afternoon at the schoolhouse. GARNER — The County Farm Bureau 4-H committee will hold regular meeting in the Farm .Bureau office at 2 p. m. Thursday. SWEA CITY—Immanuel Lutheran Ladies Aid will meet Thursday at the hall. SWEA CITY—The district convention of the Luther League will be held at Swea City from July 9 to 11. GARNER—The Garner Chamber of Commerce will hold a regular meeting at the opera house Thursday evening beginning with a 6:30 dinner to be followed by regular business meeting. DUMONT — The ladies aid of the Salem Evangelical United Brethren church will meet Thursday afternoon in the church parlors. Woden Co-Op Shares Profit Elevator Reports on Operations for Year Woden—The Farmers Co-operative • Elevator of Woden held its annual stockholders meeting in the Legion hall. A report o£ the year's operations was given by Manager W. D. Hemmingson,' showing sales in the amount of $829,142.22 with a saving of $30,420.74 of which 427,572.30 was allocated as patronage >. dividends to be paid at the rate of 5i per bushel «oii grain and 8J% on merchandise. The speaker for the evening was Glenn Pogeler, manager of the North Iowa Co-operative Soybean Processing association of Manly, who gave a talk relative to the processing and uses of soybeans. * Norwegian Pastor Assigned to Lakota Lakota—The Rev. Ellis inland, who has been serving on an ex- * change pastorate in New York City, has accepted the Lakota-Ledyard Methodist charge. Mr. Ulland and family are from Norway. Mrs. Ulland and children will remain with her parents in New York until after conference. 112 Baptist Youths Campatlowq Falls Iowa Falls — The 2nd annual camp for Baptist boys and girls 9 to 11 years old is in session this week at the Iowa Baptist assembly ground:; in Iowa Falls. Mrs. J. H. Cochrane of Cedar Falls is director, and Mrs. Stanley Anderson of Mt. Pleasant is associate director. The camp will close Saturday. One hundred and twelve boys and girls are registered and about 20 adults are serving as leaders and counsellors. DENTIST PRACTICE LIMITED TO PLATE WORK IB FIRST ST. CEDAR RAPIDS SOUTH EAST DES MOINfeS Jruhn visited the former's parents nd other relatives at Bemidji, Vlinn. They made the trip by lane. Swaledale—Mrs. Lawrence Turner and son, Jeffrey, have re- urned to their home in Somers after a visit with Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Jindrich. t Yezek-Albrecht Kin Hold Family Reunion Manly—More than 90 relatives of the Yezek-Albrecht families met at Sacred Heart church last Sunday for a family reunion, and picnic dinner. Those coming the longest distance were Mr. and Mrs. Albie Yezek and children and Mrs Maynard Reynolds, of San" Francisco, Cal. Others came from Chicago, 111. Winona, Minn.; Austin, Minn. Jackson, Minn.; Des Moines; Mason City, Nora Springs, Plymouth and Manly. 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