Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on July 8, 1948 · Page 19
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Centennial of Brunsvold Family Held Hanlontown — The Brunsvold family joined in celebrating 100 years in America at their 16th annual reunion. The story of the first Barbara Brunsvold who ."with her 6 sons came to America was told by Mrs. Leslie Larson. A large picture of Barbara was on display and a costume similar to the one she wore was brought from Halling- dal, Norway, by Mrs. Norman Norland and was modeled by Mrs. Nellie Oterby. Barbara the first was born in Norway in 1798, died in Worth county in 1886 and was buried in Elk Creek cemetery. Six of her 8 sons came to America. They were Ole and Joren who arrived in 1848 and Erick, Nels, Levor and Vesle Asle who came in 1867. The last named died shortly after he arrived but the remaining 5 are the fathers, grandfathers and great grandfathers of the Bruns- Jor'en settled in Winneshiek county and saw Decorah grow from a single log house to a small city. He was one of the first trustees of Luther collese. Especially honored was the oldest living Barbara Brunsvold who will be 90 in October. She is the daughter of Nels and came with the group in 1867 when she was about 9 years old. Also honored were Barbara Brunsvold Void of Kensett and the youngest Barbara, 6 months old daughter of James and Carmen Brunsvold and a great great granddaughter of the first Barbara. Attending .the centennial were relatives from the Dakotas, Minnesota, Decorah and local communities. GREGERSON INSURANCE AGENCY SEE US ABOUT AUTOMOBILE and FIRE INSURANCE 206-207 J. C. PENNEY BLDG. PHONE 3983 Sailor Returns From Mediterranean Cruise Belmond — Robert L. Summers, fireman apprentice, of Belmond, arrived recently in Philadelphia, Pa aboard the heavy cruiser USS Rochester after a 3-month cruise in the Mediterranean sea. A postwar, Baltimore class cruiser, the Rochester is armed with nine 8-inch 55 calibre and twelve 5-inch 38 calibre guns in addition to many 40mm. and 20 mm. antiaircraft weapons. The shi carries 4 aircraft. Methodist Ministers Returned Announcement of the return of 3 Mason City Methodist ministers to their charges here for another year was included in the reading of the appointments of the entire Upper Iowa conference at the closing session of the annual meeting held on the Cornell college campus. The ministers are Doctor Lloyd A. Gustafson to the First Meth- odist church, the Rev. George A. Sheils, associate pastor of the church, and Doctor Paul A. Peterson, pastor of the Wesley Methodist church. This was the last meeting of the Upper Iowa conference. Next June the merger of the Upper Iowa and Northwest Iowa conferences will take place. It will probably be called the Iowa conference, it was stated. Other appointments were Doctor Charles S. Hempstead, who has been pastor of the First Methodist church at Clinton since Gustafson left there, to district superintendent of the "Waterloo district of which Mason City is a part. Earle Baker, former district superin- June SO, 1948 3 w Mason City Glob*-G»i«tU, Haien City, I*. tendent, became vice president of Cornell college. MEYERS GATHERS Forest City—A large crowd attended the annual -Meyer reunion at Pilot Knob shelter house Sunday. Dale Brede of Goodall was elected chairman and Mrs. Henry Meyers of Forest City secretary. The group will meet at Clear Lake next year. A single train long enough to carry a year's output of coal in the United States would stretch six times around the earth. How to be Free of Money Worries in just one day FOR WHICH OF THESE REASONS DO YOU NEED EXTRA MONEY? AocnmnlJted Bills Medical Expense! Down Payment on ft Hom* Home Hepiiri Car Repairs Insurance Clothlnf Taxes Every day . . . people tn all walks of life learn how easy it is to deal with our company and how pleasant it is to be free of money worries. 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Phone, Write or Come In STATE FINANCE CO Over United Clear Store 5 West State Street Phone 1038 Iowa Man Sends : ood Box to Homeland Hanlontown—Axel Brandt sent iis 5th box of coffee, cocoa and ther things unobtainable in his homeland to relatives in Den- Globe-Gazette Photo TJirrF^T FERTILIZER PILE IN NORTH'lOWA — Men attending the Iowa State of the newest machinery and equipment. They also had a luncheon meeting at the All Veterans Social center. mark this week. The first box he sent arrived just before his sister's birthday and it contained the first coffee ^ney had seen in 5 years. When they wrote to thank Mr. Brandt for the box they said that Stomach Distress Is Gone After Ten Tears of Suffering One man recently stated that for 10 years he felt like he had a brick n his stomach. This feeling was due to the lump of undigested food ie always had inside of him. He was weak, worn out, headachy, swollen with gas and terribly constipated. 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Mrs. Hugelin is being cared for at the home of her sister, Mrs. T. Almelien, at Joice. Last British Troops Leave Palestine Haifa, Israel, (/P)-—The last British troops left the soil of troubled Palestine Wednesday, thus ending 1 years of British military occupation of the Holy Land. In strict military order, the few remaining soldiers withdrew behind barbed wire barricades to troop ships and landing craft. British planes from an aircraft carrier task force buzzed overhead. Lt. Gen. Gordon H. A. MacMillan, Britain's last military commander in Palestine, was the last British soldier to leave Palestine, in the evacuation which began on May 15. He stepped aboard the ship s boat at 1:41 p. m., local time, just a few moments after the Union Jack was pulled down from the harbor office. Col. Joseph Hoffman of Baltimore, Md., headed the group of United Nations truce observers who will supervise the big port during the U. N. truce period. File on Ships Trim guardsmen and green bereted marine commandos filed quietly aboard the ships. Jewish police took over the guard posts as the marines retired. "It's a great day for us—one we've looked forward to for a long ime," said Capt. Sucher Spiegel, vho served in the British army's ewish brigade during World war I and now is chief of Haifa port >olice. The evacuation illustrated the enseness of Jewish-British rela- ions in recent years. Although no lostility was shown by the Jews this final day, the British staged a strict military withdrawal. As one group left its gun post it was covered by another. Delay Celebration Haifa's Jews delayed celebrating the event until late this afternoon when the new flag of Israel will be run up over the port city. Most of the marines.were plainly happy at leaving. When one column marched past a silent Jewish policeman, a marine grinned and shouted "you'll be sorry.' Aside from the traditional salute to the Union Jack, there was no British ceremony. MacMillan told newsmen "I am most sad indeed." Among those present to bid him farewell were United States consul Aubrey Lippincott and Vice Consul Randolph Roberts. A honey for saving money! Want a "date" that'll save you money? Then "make a date to OIL-PLATE" "with Conoco N'A Motor Oil, today! Because N'/' Oil (Patented) saves three big ways: (1) N'* protects against wear. . . with an added ingredient that fastens extra lubricant so closely to metal that cylinder walls are actually OIL-PLATED. This extra OIL-PLATING stays up ... won't all drain down into the crankcase, even overnight! (2) N'A protects against combustion acids ... a second added ingredient in N'/< Oil checks meeal-eating engine acids . . . stalls formation of power-choking sludge and carbon . . . helps keep engines clean. (3) N'/' protects against waste. 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