Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on July 8, 1948 · Page 17
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 17

Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, July 8, 1948
Page 17
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Joice Announces School Faculty Joice—The Joice school faculty for the fall term is now complete. High school instructors will include: Supt. Richard Schuchert, Principal Hartwick Roslien of Kensett; Mrs. E. C. Emmons and Mrs. Ernest Brunsvold of Joice, Mrs. J. Agler, west of Joice, 6th, 7th and 8th grades; Arlene Ballandby, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lars Ballandby east of Joice, 4th and 5th grades, and Mrs. Robert Holland of Joice, 1st, 2nd and 3rd grades. The school will open Monday, Aug. 30. Guests at Cresco Cresco—Warrant Officer Charles Howard, who has been stationed with the navy at Los Angeles, Cal., and Mrs. Howard, are spending 2 weeks with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Howard, and family. They are on their way to New York City, N. Y., where Warrant Officer Howard has been transferred. HERE THERE Pediatricians approve this exclusive, patented wonder sKoe Greene—Miss Irene Thompson, a teacher in Wanatchee, Wash., is spending her vacation here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Thompson. Marble Bock—Sgt. George Malloy and family of San Diego, Cal., came for a visit iri the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Lamb. Wesley—Mr. and Mrs. Jack Nelson and 2 children of Story City visited recently at the parental George Hanig home. Chester—Mr. and Mrs. Fred Baldwin were recent guests at the home of their daughter, Mrs. Lester Alberts, at Waterloo. Wesley—Methodist women will hold an ice cream social Saturday evening in the lot east of Exchange bank. Marble Rock—Cliff Reed, Edgar Parker and Malcom Ott have returned home from, a fishing trip in northern Minnesota. Greene—Miss Ruth Bethke, a registered nurse at Rochester, Minn., is visiting.her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Bethke. Wesley—Mrs. Marion Hall of Hanlontown spent several days recently with her sister, Mrs. L. L. Lease, following the latter's return from the hospital. Corwith—Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wilkinson and Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Scott of Waterloo and Mr. and Mrs. Luiden Wilkinson of Mason City are spending a week fishing in Canada. Specialists say walking shoes for toddlers (up to about 3 years old) should provide support to hold heel bones in. correct position and keep ankles from turning, yet have barefoot flexibility, so foot and leg muscles can develop. Jumping- Jacks' scientific sole feature does the trick. And with no heels or striking edge to wear, Jumping-Jacks hold their shape and looks until outgrown. Bring your youngster in and let us show you why they're better for his feet and your purse In Sturdy White and Two-Tone Elk. 105 North Federal Crystal Lake —Mr. and Mrs. S. O. Rogeness and family are enjoying a visit with their niece, Mrs. Forgeborg Jarvund from Norway. Mrs. Jarvund's brother, Capt. Anfin Rogeness, who had been in Norway visiting, accompanied her here. Capt. Rogeness left Sunday night for his home in San Francisco, Cal. liamson, who are patients in the Cedar Valley hospital. Rake—Mrs. Warren Osborne left Monday to spend a few days at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Carmen Osborne in Minneapolis. Rockford—Mr. and Mrs, Paul M. Rhodes of Portland, Ore., who have been visiting in the Elmore and Merle Nelson homes, left for Albert Lea, Minn. Plymouth—Mrs. Leah Barnes of Texas came to visit her aged sister, Mrs. Mae Butts, for a few weeks. Marble Rock — Miss Genevieve Staudt, who teaches at Elmhurst college, Elmhurst, 111., returned to her home here to spend vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Matt Staudt. Bradford —Mr. and Mrs. Nanny Gruis and family of Cedar Falls were recent guests in M. J. Anderson home. Rockford —Mr. and Mrs. Jay Cooper were recent guests in the Roy and Olive Flemming home near Little Cedar. Plymouth —Mr. and Mrs. Robert Urbatch and son of Ames are here vacationing with home folks. Bristow —Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Neal and family left for Huntertown, Ind., to visit relatives there and at Fort Wayne. Meservey —Mr. and Mrs. Frank Nissen were recent guests of relatives at Ames. Britt—Mr. and Mrs. Orville Nail were recent guests at the home of the Rev. and Mrs. Wesley T. Boston at Goodell. Stilson—Mr. and Mrs. Jerald Richardson, newlyweds, recently returned from their trip to Des Moines where they visited in the home of his father, Ivan Richardson and wife, and are now guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Richardson in Stilson. Swaledale — Mrs. Everette Knudson of Webster City and Miss Virginia Pahus of Rochester, Minn., visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jennings Pahus. Kanawha — Mrs. John Stolen, formerly Arlin Tande, was honored with a post-nuptial shower at the Kanawha Lutheran church parlors recently. The couple have returned from a wedding trip and will be at home in Des Moines, where Mr. Stolen is associated with the McCann-Clarkson Realty company. Meservey — Mr. and Mrs. Dale Zickafoose and children of Sioux Falls, S. Dak., visited relatives here.and at Thornton. Swaledale—Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Fernau and Helene of Sioux Rapids were recent guests of Mrs. Jenny Iiigham. Meservey—Bert Stadtlander returned home from Rochester, Minn., where he had been for medical aid. Stilson — The Boone 4-H club was entertained in the home of Iva and .Orella Stevens. Audrey Doughan and Carole Geibel were selected to give team demonstrations on achievement days at Garner in August. Bristow — Mr. and Mrs. Roy Frisby and Mrs. Cora Rheingans accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Everett Griner and son of near Aredale to Clear Lake where they were guests in the Hilbert Frenz home. Hogs Save Feed in Following Cattle Ames, (U.R)—Hogs following fattening cattle save "considerable quantities' of feed, a test at the Iowa agricultural experiment station showed Wednesday. p C. C. Culbertson, Iowa State college animal husbandryman, said the amount of shelled corn saved by the hogs per 100 pounds of gain put on the cattle varied from 57 to 76 pounds per lot. Four pigs followed each group of 7 steers in the experiment. The protein mixture saved by the hogs for every 100 pounds of gain made by the cattle varied from 2 to 3.5 pounds for each lot of cattle. Culbertson said many farmers "don't get good gains on hogs following cattle, because pigs usually are not fed enough in addition to what they are able to pick up from the manure." Attend Weddinr Scarville—E. K. Juveland and son Odin attended the wedding of Miss Dorothy Sorbo, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Nels Sorbo, and Irvin Hovland, son of Mr. and Mrs. Knut Hovlsmd, at the Silver Lake Lutheran church, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Hovland will reside on a farm ne?.r Emmons, Minn. TEACHER WEDS Scarville—Miss Ruth Quill, former member of -the Scarville June 30, 1948 5 Meson City Glob«-G»«etU, Mis*n City, la. school faculty, was married to the Rev. Frederick J. W. Weltge June 22 at the Evangelical and Reformed church in Oskaloosa. THE PERFECT REWARD Corwith Man Heads Schools at Seneca Corwith — Ivlelvin Stokkee has accepted the position as superintendent of schools at Seneca and plans to move there soon. Mr. Stokkee has been principal of the Corwith schools and band and music instructor. .., and in razor bladts for a cooler, quicker shove HOLLOW GROUND has the "EDGE" cm- i 4 like les- the to your skill as a progressive, soil conserving farmer is the return in increased yields. Save soil and water. CONTOURING Boosts Yields— Corn — 7 Bu. Per Acre Oats — 5 Bu. Per Acre Saves— 10% in Fuel and Power 50% in Soil Erosion Machinery Repair Bills Get Your PAL RAZOR BLADES BOOMHOWER HARDWARE See Us For FHA Loans — Personal and Business Loans — We have a loan for almost any purpose. u NITED rlOME H BA NK Member Federal Reserve System TRUST CO.' Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation OWNED AND OPERATED BY YOUR FRIENDS AND NEIGHBORS MASON CITY'S ONLY HOME OWNED BANK A WORD OF CAUTION IS NECESSARY . . . IF YOU ARE BUYING SILVER" k It has been called to our attention that sterling silverware is being offered for sale in the Mason City Area by other than established jewelers. As a word of caution, we would like to have you consider the following: Before you buy silver from anyone other than your own jeweler, compare such merchandise as offered with the sterling offered by your own jeweler. Compare it as to workmanship, as to time proven pattern and as to the reputation behind it of the manufacturer and of the jeweler who sells it. Compare prices. When you buy sterling silver from your own jeweler, you pay no more and probably less . . . and you buy nationally known makes. Many young women prefer to buy sterling by the piece or by the place setting ... as they desire. When you deal with your own jeweler, you are never compelled to sign a contract which requires a purchase to be made each month. Ask yourself ''Will the sterling pattern I choose be available a few years hence?" Matching pieces or place settings are always available from your own local jeweler if your sterling is created by a reputable manufacturer of sterling silver. Your own jeweler keeps a running account of all sterling bought by or for each individual, then when a friend or relative is giving you a gift of sterling silver, we are able to help in a selection which will avoid duplication. If you are giving sterling silver as a gift, you pay no more for the prestige and distinction that goes with a gift bearing the name of Gorham, Towle, Reed and Barton, Watson or International and in addition your purchases are backed by your own family jeweler. WATCHES Bianehard^ DIAMONDS 12 EAST STATE STREET

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