Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on July 8, 1948 · Page 15
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 15

Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, July 8, 1948
Page 15
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Nashua Young Man Joins Coast Guar<J . Nashua — Danny Fritcher, 18 year old son of Dale Fritcher, enlisted in the coast guard for 3 years and left this week for Cape Maine, N. J., where he expects to receive his assignment. Fritcher was a student at Yankton college, Yankton, S. Dak., and formerly was a student at Cornell college, Mt. Vernon, where he spent a year and a half before going to Yankton to continue his studies. 2 Parties Convene at Cresco Friday Cresco— -fhe Howard county re. publican and the Howard county democratic conventions will be Bu "Pardon my PautUBELL-ANSUbleUfor HEARTBURN" WhenexetMstoinachaeldrauMapnInful.siifrorit- Ing gis sourstomAcl] aad heartburn, doctors usually prescribe the fastest-acting medicines known for symptomatlo relief—mcdtcInM tike those la BclMns ?. 2 bleta -No ! native. Bell-ons brines comfort In • nay Ot return bottle to us for double money back © BELUNS for Acid Indigestio held in Cresco Friday at 10 a. m. The republicans will meet at the courthouse and the democrats in the lecture room at the public library. Both parties will select candidates to attend the state conventions which will be held in Des Moines in July, the state judicial and 13th district judicial conventions. The republicans will nominate a candidate for county treasurer to fill the vacancy resulting from the withdrawal of A. C. Weinkauf who was nominated at the primary. Weinkauf who is now county treasurer has resigned effective July .1 VISITS OLD HOME Faulkner—Ernest Fritz of Acampo, Cal., is visiting relatives and friends here. In 1919, Mr. and Mrs. Fritz and family, who had been farming at the south edge of Faulkner, moved to California. Mrs. Fritz died a year ago and Mr. Fritz, now 74, drove his car and made the trip here alone. He expects to return Aug. 1. HERE and THERE The original "One-Hoss Shay," immortalized by the poem of Oliver Wendell Holmes, is in the historical collection of the Berkshire Museum at Pittsfield, Mass. More Fun for You Yours" lor the asking ... Our beautiful, illustrated photographic' catalog."It's new. Tells you how to gel more fun out of photography/ Shows you everything you want for snapshots ... home movies ... advanced photography. 44 fun-filled pages, 360 illustrations. Drop in or phone for your FREE copy. Easier yet — just put your name on a penny post card and mail today. Supply limited ... going fast. ACT NOW. Popejoy—A reunion of the Drury kin was held at the Loren Hadley home in honor of Mr. and Mrs. L. Kenneth Dietrich and family and Mr. and Mrs. Don Pascoe and family. The Dietrichs are moving to Alcester, S. Dak., and the Pas- coes have not decided as to a new location. Bradford—Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Hushka were recent visitors in the home of the latter's sister, Mrs. W. H. Halpenny, in Des Moines. St. Ansgar—Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Wagoner of St. Paul were recent guests at the L. A. Bless home and attended the wedding of Francis Bless and Donald Morasch at Immanuel Lutheran church. Rockford — Mr. 'and Mrs. C. W. Strate of Nora Springs visited in the Elmore Nelson home. Marble Rock—Mr. and Mrs. Alden Hendrickson of Mankato, Minn., were recent guests in the home of Jobr y^idric'c^on cmU Ivlr. and Mrs. Charles Grouse. Plymouth — Mr. and Mrs. R. Pearce and daughter of New York arrived for a visit in the John Pearce home. Swaledale—Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Hansen of Hedfield, S. Dak., were recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Ames and of Leonard Peter and sons. Osage—Mr. and Mrs. Tom Large and son, Steven, Chicago, are visiting at the parental Fred Sprung home. Dumont — Kathleen Bohlen of Minneapolis arrived here for a few weeks' visit with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Rube Wearda. Meservey — Henrietta W i 1 k i n s and grandsons, Larry and Jerry Suntkin visited at the Lloyd Jasperson home near Rockwell while the Jaspersons enjoyed a trip to points in South Dakota. • - Britt — Miss Josephine Salstrom was in Coon Rapids to attend the wedding of her college friend, Colleen Davis. Kanawha — Mrs. Mamie Lisps- QUALITY DIAMONDS ADY'S WATCH SHOP 19 West State Phone 889 102 South Federal Phone 860 Cool, Cool, Cottons Fashion-smart, Washable only Cottons :::colorful; casual; and fun-loving under smiling skies; pert as a wink on vacation! See how smoothly they 'fit, how versatile their styling! Choose from a gala variety of prints and solids, l-and-2- piecc styles...all aimed at keeping your budget down when the temperature goes up! Sizes 9-15, 12-20, 38-44. ADD EACH nmCHASI TO YOUR MONTHLY PAYMENT ACCOUNT^ comb and Frankie of Normal, 111., are visiting in the home of Mrs. Harry Raber and family. Swaledale—Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Claxton and David of Rochelle, 111., and Mr. and Mrs. Ed England and Dolly Mae England of Oregon, III, were recent guests of relatives here. Kanawha—Mrs. Peter Enge, who spent several days in the Methodist hospital in Des Moines, has returned home. Wesley—Mrs. Julius Matz and daughter, Rose Marie, attended the vcJding of the former's niece, i 1 e e n Schweppe, to Edward Schuh of Milwaukee at Williams une 26. The Schweppe family are ormer farmers in this vicinity. Marble Rock—Mrs. Agnes Harington left for Ardale to accompany her daughter and family, Mr nd Mrs. Milton Dye, to Dubuque vhere they \yill attend the Harington reunion at Eagle Point lark. Wesley—Kenneth and Leonard Jtuder, representing the boys 4-H lubs in Wesley and Prairie town- ihips, are attending the 3-day hort course in Ames. Rudd — Mr. and Mrs. Forres' Vluller are parents of a son born une 13 at the Cedar Valley hospital, Charles City. Dumont—Mr. and Mrs. F. G VTcKinley and son, James, moved Wednesday to Dunkerton where VIr. McKinTey will serve as super- ntendent of the Dunkerton. schoo" next year. Lakota—Sue, young daughter o: he A. C. Schissels, has the mumps Dumont—Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wilier and family of Waverly were -ecent guests of Mrs. W. B. Miller Fertile — Mr. and Mrs. George Humphrey of Salem, Ore., visited few days with their son, Rogei Tumphrcy, and family and'Mrs William Humphrey. Rudd—Mrs. Iva Foster of Por Angel, Wash., was a recent gues of Mrs. Anna Hodge. Mrs. Foste came to bring the ashes of he mother for burial at Orchard. Joice—All business places wil close at noon July 5 in observance of Independence day. Riceville—Alton Knight, farmer from northeast of town, was a jatient in. the local hospital the past week. Rudd—Mr. and Mrs. Gayle Eth- ingtoii have returned from a weeks' vacation near Park Rapids, Minn. Acklcy — Mr. and Mrs. Roy Pickens, daughter, Mony Estelle, and sons, LeRoy and Larry, of Storm Lake, were recent guests in the Joe Hanig home. Swea City—Capt. and Mrs. Irving Kuehnast are spending the week at the parental Sam Rystad lome after visiting Capt. Kuehnast's parents in Fort Dodge and the Curtis Twedts in Des Moines. The Kuehnasts are moving from Rantoul. 111., to Albuquerque, N. Mex., where he is stationed at the army aviation base. Woden—Mr. and Mrs. Fritz T. Gerdes, and Mr. and Mrs. Joe McGurk and children of Britt visited at the Ted Bode home at Ceylon, Minn. Barbara Ann erdes returned home with them after spending last week there. Crystal Lake—Miss Donna Rae Cottington left Saturday for Waterloo to visit with her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Diebler, and family. * Swea City—The Rev. and Mrs. Pedor Peders were at Rcmvick Wednesday on official business of the Northern Baptist association, of. which he was recently elected moderator. ScarviHc—Richard Nelson Is ill and has been confined to his bed the past several weeks at the home of his brother and sister, John and Bertha Nelson, near Glen- vine, Minn. Marble Rock — Mr. and Mrs. Claude Ewalcl are the parents of a daughter born Thursday at the hospital in Charles City. Wesley — Mrs. Ethel Yates of Cedar Rapids visited recently with her parents, the Ed Myers. Marble Rock—Ed Morgan, Sr., arrived home after spending 2 weeks looking after business interests at Albia and visiting his wife and daughter there. Corwith—Miss Gertrude Dunlap and Miss Dorothy Henry returned home after a 3 weeks' trip to the e&btc-rri stales. Aredale — Mr. and Mrs. Frank Richard held a family gathering in honor of their son, Dariel, who leaves Monday for Des Moines to enter the navy. Dougherty—The Legion has completed plans for its annual celebration Thursday. Faulkner—Mr. and Mrs. William T. Diamond and daughters, Judith Ann, Janncs Kay and Jean Ellen Diamond, who have been visiting at the parental William Diamond home, left for their home in Elmhurst, 111. Rake—Mrs. Lud Lund, who has been a guest at the home of her sister, Mrs. Alex Lewis at Superior, has returned home. Chester—Mr. and Mrs. Dallas Reed of Fayette were recent guests at the parental Winfield Cray home. Fredcricksburif—Reno Bravener, who has been having a vacation, resumed his duties as rural mail carrier Monday. Waucoma — Lloyd Lynch returned io Washington, D. C., Monday after a visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas F. Lynch. Bradford—Recent guests in the Hugh LaRue home were Floyd LaRue and son Larry of Lemmon, S. Dak., Mr. and Mrs. Orville Boweri of Clarksville, Mr, and 1 Mrs. Tom LaRue and Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Boyington of Dowi. Rake—Mr. and Mrs. Martin Olon visited at the Ole Olson home at Glenville, Minn. Chester—Mr. and Mrs. Charles Vlurphy were in Riceville to visit Dr. John Graf, who has been a patient in the hospital for several months. St. Ansgar—Miss Mary Lange- sough will leave this week for Denver, Colo., where she will spend the summer. Spillville — Prof. J. S. Mikesh and brother, M. A. Mikesh, arrived f,rom New Jersey for a 2 weeks' vacation with relatives. Frederlcksburr—Miss Peggy Ball of Waterloo is spending a 2 weeks vacation with her parents, Mr and Mrs. Wiley Ball, and brother June. Rake—Mrs. Rena Kallestad i relief clerk at the local postoffice this week while Mardelle Quamme is taking a vacation. AHa Vista—Mr. and Mrs. Harry Fichtel and Tommy left Sunday to spend their vacation visiting friends in Minnesota and doing some fishing at Pequot Lakes. 2 Algona Churches Unite for Summer Alcana— Conforming to a custom of 3 years standing, the Methodist and Congregational churches will worship together during July and August. The July services will be held in the Congregational church to permit a remodeling program at the Methodist church to be carried forward. The Rev. J. P. Clyde will have the services and the Congregational choir will furnish the music. During August the services will be held in the Methodist church and the minister will be the Rev. O. W. Brand. June 30, 1948 7 Mitan City Globe-Gis*U«, MM** City, la. Hill Children Helped HolUster, Mo., (U,R) — Underprivileged children in the "Shop- herd of the Hills" country soon will be receiving benefits from war surplus supplies. 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