Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on June 30, 1948 · Page 14
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 14

Mason City, Iowa
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Wednesday, June 30, 1948
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8 June 19, IMS City GUkv-GucU*, M«i«a CHr, U. Cresco Orders Parking Meters City Dads to Install 218 in 10 Block Area Cresco —The Cresco city council has placed an order with the Dual Meter Co. of Canton, Ohio, for 218 parking meters to be placed along 10 blocks in the business section of the city. The council believes that installation of the meters will improve the parking sit< uation in the business area. The meters are being installed on a trial basis and will be in operation within the next 2 months. They will be paid for by the city sharing the revenue, 50-50 with the meter company. ' The meters are to. be of the penny or 2-nickel type, a penny for a maximum of 12 minutes, a nickel for 1 hour and 2 nickels for 2 hours. The pay system will be in force from 8 a. m. until 6 p. m. 5 days a week and from 8 a. m. until 9 p. m. on Saturdays. On Sundays and holidays, parking will be free. Swea City Pastor Named Moderator of Baptist Group Swea City—The Rev. Peter Peters, pastor of the First Baptisl church, was elected moderator oJ the Northern Baptist association a1 that body's annual meeting al Eagle Grove recently. Affiliated with the state and national groups of the denomination, the Northern association is a district organization including 15 churches in 7 counties, as follows: Algona, Ayrshire, Bancroft, Burnside, Corwith (First church), Eagle Grove, Estherville, Fort Dodge (First church), Fort Dodge (Riverside church), Goldfield, Holmes, Renwick, Rockwell City, Swea City and Webster City. Ranch Type Home Near Completion at Manly Manly — Mr. and Mrs. Joe Macku are anxiously waiting for their beautiful $20,000 ranch type home to be finished. It is moving along rapidly under the supervision of the Kraubetz Construction firm. Three large lots were chosen for this building 2 blocks east of the main part of town. It will be a spacious house of 6 rooms. Mr. and Mrs. Macku for manj years operated the Jack Sprat store here, but retired from tha work a couple of years ago when their son-in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Clark Oltman, took over. Iowa Farm Bureau Expects 135,000 Members by July . • M. • -— — ' • ---" " t "" • ' ' ' " '" " -». HERE <«d THER E Rake—Mr. and Mrs. Ole Jorgenson left tor Monticello, Minn., to visit at the Swen Erickson home and at the Attorney Carroll Larson home in Buffalo, Minn. V O»a«e—A son was born Sunday to. Mr. and Mrs. Erwirr Byrnes of Osage. Rake—Mr. and Mrs. James Thomsen and family and Jenet Okland spent a few days at the iverete Oliver home at Sandstone, Minn. Galen remained for a longer visit. Plymouth—Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Hugi and daughter, Charlene, left the first of the week for Kent, Wash., for a visit in the home of their daughter and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Juergens. Bassett—Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Taylor of Minneapolis are visiting at the home of Mrs. Taylor's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Bigelow. They have been teaching the Bible school at the Bassett church. Nora Springs—Mr. and Mrs. Earl Gratias have returned from Hamilton, 111., where they attended the funeral of the letter's uncle, Albert Behnke, Saturday. Rake—Mrs. Delmar Haugen is a patient at the Dolmage hospital in Buffalo Center. . LeRoy, Minn.— Miss Elizabeth Ann Price spent Sunday in the home of her sister, Mrs. E. E. Fager at Racine. Bassett—Ed Meyer, who has been receiving treatments at the Cedar Valley hospital in Charles City, was taken to the Veterans hospital in Des Moines where he will submit to an operation on his foot. Chester—Mrs. Jerry Meier and children spent a week in New Hampton visiting relatives. Waucoma—Mr. and Mrs. Willis Smith and daughters, Marian and Marjorie, of Phoenix, Ariz., came for a visit with Mr. Smith's mother, Mrs. Hattie Smith, and other relatives. Britt—Mr. and Mrs. Ed Baker of New Albany, Ind., came to visit relatives including Mr. and Mrs. K. F. Boughton and A. W. Baker. Nashua—Mrs. George Stevenson, who has been ill at her home in Nashua for several weeks, was taken to the Charles City hospital on Saturday for treatment. Manly—James Prantle has resumed his duties at his filling station after attending the funeral of a brother-in-law, Mart Butler, 71, at Alpena, Mich. Waucoma—Miss Rena Daily of St. Paul, Minn., is a guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Daily and her sisters, Mesdames Conrad Hauer and Lowell Scalloh. Osagre—Will Madison was taken to the Park hospital, Mason City, for observation. Britt—Mrs. Ed Meleney is in Sterling, 111., visiting her sister, Mrs. Blanche Sauer, and other relatives. Goodell—Gene McNutt fell from a swing recently and broke 3 bones in his foot. LeRoy, Minn.— Guests of Mrs. F. Felton and son, Corliss, are her sons and their wives, Mr. and Mrs. Warren Felton of Chicago and Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Felton of Waterloo. Garner—Mrs. Emil Rekow submitted to a major operation at the Mercy hospital in Mason City. She is making a satisfactory recovery. Joice — Warren and Sharon, children of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Fredrickson of Forest City, are spending the summer with their great great aunt, Kristina Knutson, west of Joice. Rake—Gladys Sunde returned from a visit with friends in Primghar. Betty Jane Lyng accompanied her home for a visit. LeRoy, Minn.—Mrs. K. C. Iverson, son Elwood, and daughter Betty, of Pasadena, Cal., came to visit at the homes of relatives. Rake—Mr. and Mrs. Steve Field. Michael, Karen and Kathleen o. Council Bluffs were guests at the T. O. Larson home recently. Goodell—Mr. and Mrs. Andy Jasperson and Karen of Glendale, Cal., are visiting in the homes of Mrs. Ralph Hofer and George Leuiwen. Hayfield—Mr. and Mrs. Guy Geddes and Mr. and Mrs. Matt Porter and daughters left for several days' fishing trip in northern Minnesota. Garner — Leonard Phillips, of New Haven, Conn., was at home for a few days to attend the wedding of his sister, Jean Phillips and Mason Hicks. Joice—Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hanson received word of the arrival of a grandson, born to Mr. and Mrs. Duane Hanson of Mason City Thursday. Waucoma—Mr. and Mrs. William J. Burns and daughter of Phoenix, Ariz., were recent visitors here. Lakota—Mr. and Mrs. Alton Anderson and 2 daughters left Saturday for Houston, Minn., to visit relatives. Kossuth Rates Second Highest Total to Exceed Any State Farmer Group Des Moines, (U.R) — The 1948' quota of 135,000 farm bureau federation members in Iowa will be reached in July, Wayne E. Tyler, organization director, predicted Monday. Tyler said a total of 133,007 farm families were listed as having paid dues for the current membership year at the end of last week, representing 98.5 per cent of the 1948 state quota.' For the state as a whole, Tyler said, it appears that a gain of about 10,000 farm families will be made over 1947. He said the 135,000 figure will be the highest membership ever recorded by any farm organization in Iowa. Tyler said 51 of 100 county farm bureaus have reached or exceeded their 1948 membership quota. Benton county held the highest membership, with 2,578 paid memr bers. Kossuth county was second with 2,461. Mrs. Warren Kin of Early North lowans Swea City—The recent nomination of Gov. Earl Warren of California to the vice presidency on the republican ticket had more than passing interest to resident of Swea City. The popular governor is relatec by marriage to the late Capt. R. E Jeanson, landowner and capitalist of the 70's, who brought hundreds of Swedish immigrants to northwest Kossuth county and built a 21-room manor house on his Eagle township estate. Capt. Jeanson's late wife's niece is the wife of Governor Warren Mrs. Rosa Jeanson Tuttle, De Moines, who was a guest of honor at Swea City's golden anniver sary in 1946, is a first cousin o Mrs. Warren. Maximum corn yields can b obtained from three stalks pe hill. BUILD QUONSET GARAGE—Woodrow W. Kline of Manly is building a new quonset type garage at the intersection of highways 9 and 65 which will house his Kaiser- Frazer business. The structure will be 40 by 60 feet. Former Police Officer Dies John Vance Was Once Chief at Charles City « Charles City—A former Charles City chief of police, John W. Vance, 80, died at 6:30 p. m. Sunday in the Falk Nursing home at Stacyville. Death was attributed to the complications of age. Funeral services will be held at the Grossmann funeral chapel here at 2:30 p. m., Thursday with the Rev Wesley F. Belling, officiating anc interment will be in the Floyd cemetery. Mr. Vance was born Aug. 29 1868, in Vernon county, Wisconsin, to Mr. and Mrs. Jack Vance He came to Iowa as a young man and spent the remainder of his life in Floyd and Mitchell counties. On Dec. 10, 1889, he was married to Irene Nelson at Readstown Wis. She died 4 years ago. Vance was an officer of the police under G. G. Walleser in 1925 and 1926 and later chief of police here Earlier he was in the real estat business. He is survived by 7 children Mrs. Ray Brown, Floyd; Mrs Melvin Olson, Osage; Ola Vance Chicago; Mrs. Thomas Jones, Oak land, CaL; Mrs. Abe Mont, Sant Monica, Cal.; Mrs. Clarenc Hump, Los Angeles, Cal. Also sur- iving are 17 grandchildren and 18 great grandchildren, a sister, a ialf brother, and 3 half sisters. Friends may call at Grossmann's until Thursday noon. Meetings in North Iowa MARBLE ROCK—WSCS will meet July 1 at the town hall. JOICE—The Charity club will be entertained Friday in the Bethany church parlors by Mrs. M. O. Evans and Mrs. Walter Felland. GOODELL — Legion Auxiliary will meet Thursday evening in the Dempsey Tea Room. Installation of officers will be held. MANLY—First quarterly conference will be held at Bethel Evangelical church Saturday at 8 p. m. CLARION—Mrs. Kenneth Firkins, Mrs. Elwood Iverson and Mrs. V. O. Anderson of Dows will be the committee in charge of the golf luncheon at Clarmond Country club Thursday. PLYMOUTH—The W. S. C. S of the Methodist church will mee Wednesday afternoon. Ray Whorley of Mason City will conduct a flower arrangement demonstra tion. Juhl Family Meets Ackley—Due to the rain at Pine ,ake park at Eldora Sunday the annual Juhl family reunion was ield at the home of Kenneth Meyer at Ackley. Thirty-nine were present from Tripoli, Shell Rock, Hear Lake, New Hampton, New Hartford, Garner, Melbourne, Mason City, Charles City and Nora Springs. Visitors were Eldean Brewers of Forest City and Nellie Marie' Hughe;; of Spooner, Wis. MARBLE ROCK — Rebekah will hold their regular meetinj at the hall July 5. This is to be in stallation of officers. Former Woden Resident Dies Rites to Be Thursday for Lawrence Lester Woden —Relatives have received word of the sudden death of Lawrence Lester, 35, at his home at Austin, Minn., Saturday night following a fall. Mr. and Mrs. Lester lived at Woden until several years ago and are well known in this community. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Goerge Lester who live miles south of Woden. Surviving are his wife, formerly Alvina Twedt, and 2 children, his parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Lester, 2 brothers, Herman of Woden and George of California, and 2 sisters, Mrs. Alice Shoemaker of Algona and Leona at home. Funeral services will be held Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock at St. John's Lutheran church with the Rev, H. J. Knoploh officiating. There will be less iats and oils for foods this year than last. Medical Group Report Findings on Rheumatism In a 48 page booklet, a committee of 12 01 the nation's leading doctors havi Issued a complete report of their study of rheumatism and arthritis, covering a period of many months of medical research. From their findings a formula for the quick, relief of rheumatic pain was developed by a weU-knowa pharmacist. This formula, called Ru-Tel wan first tested by physicians, hospitals and clinics and has achieved remarkable results in relieving the pain of rheumatism, arthritis and neuritis. They found that Ru-Tel Tablets arc pleasant to take, do not upset the stomach—in most cases give quick, soothing, relief, sometimes overnight. Now. these Ru-Tel Tablets are available, without prescription through all drug stores. 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