Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on June 29, 1948 · Page 16
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 16

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8 June 28, 194S MM«B Citr Gl«k«-G»iett« ( Ma**n City, I» Rites Set for Spillville Gl Cresco— The body of Raphael Soukup, 24, son of Mr. and Mrs. James Soukup living southeast of Cresco, who died in the Admiralty islands July 30, 1944, will arrive in Cresco Thursday. It will be received at the Bradley funeral home. Funeral services will be held in St. Wenceslaus Catholic church at Spillville at 9:30 a. m. Saturday. Burial will be in the cemetery near the church. Raphael died of a heart ailment. He served with the 7th cavalry in the army during World war II. * Doty Rites Held Fredericksburr—Funeral services were held at the Baptist church Sunday afternoon for Mrs. Genevieve Brace Doty, wife of Fred Doty, who died Thursday of a heart ailment at a hospital in New Hampton. Besides her husband she leaves a brother and 2 sisters. Furniture Business Sold at New Hampton New Hampton—William M. Larkin, who has been in the furniture and funeral directing business here for 26 years, has sold the furniture business to W. E. Anderson of Manchester, who took possession Monday. Mr. Larkin will continue to operate the Larkin mortuary. Mr. Anderson will move his family here as soon as he finds living quarters. OSAGE WOMAN DIES . Osage — Funeral servic* for Mrs. Sophia Swann, 83, who died at a rest home in Mason City Saturday, were held Monday afternoon at the Champion funeral home, the Rev. Glenn Hartong officiating. Her husband, Alfred Swann, died in 1941. She leaves a brother, Ed Beneway, of Des Moines, and a sister, Mrs. Martha Westcott, of Mason City. ENLIST IN ARMY Wesley—A very Muliin and LeRoy Seiler have enlisted in the army air corps for a 3 year period. Avery resigned his job as 2nd man at the creamery effective July 1 and LeRoy severed his connection with the Newbrough truck line. NOW! 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Dies Near Armstrong- Swea City — Funeral services for Mrs. Roy Hartshorn, 70, who died at her home near Armstrong Friday, were held Monday afternoon in the Methodist church. Site leaves her husband, a daughter and a son. She was the only daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Jim Mayne, early residents of Grant township. GODSEND FOR PILES "SEL-O-PON — a real godsend to anyone suffering from piles" says C. J. Martin, Des Moines. At last! Those who suffer from piles can look for quick, clean relief (no mess or grease) from distress due to piles simply by swallowing harmless capsules of SEL-O-PON Attack main cause of piles with clean, internal self-treatment— no old-fashioned mess or grease! All ingredients of these capsules meet highest standards known. HARMLESS but EFFECTIVE! Satisfaction or Money Back! SEL-O-PON SOLD LOCALLY AT OSCO DRUG Send Nashua Soldier to Panama Canal Zone Nashua—Lt. Clarence E. Strike, whose little daughter, Judy Ann Strike, makes her home with his uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Leaman, has received orders from the army department that he is being transferred from El Paso, Tex., to the Panama Canal. He must report at New Orleans not later than Sept. 7. He has been stationed at El Paso since his groduation from the ground general school at Ft. Riley, Kans., in December. Lt and Mrs. Strike will visit Nashua the middle of August at t h e Leaman home, and with Mrs. Strike's brother, Dr. Emmett Ayers, and sister, Mrs. Ameil Kiedel, of Charles City. Col. C. . Strike, of Seattle, Wash., father of Lt. Strike, will retire from the service this year after completing 30 years of service, entering the army when his son was 4 months old after the death of his wife. GOP TO CONVENE Allison—The Butler county republican convention will be held at the court house Friday starting at 1 a. m. The convention' will select delegates to the regular republican state convention and the state judicial convention in Des Moines. WE HAVE MOVED to our new location REAR OF 417 NORTH WASHINGTON We appreciate your business in the past and hope to be of service to you in the future. Mason City Auto Body Repair JOHN VESTERBY swallow time! HERE and THERE Corwith—Mrs. Harold Brown ubmitted to surgery a/ the Mercy lospital, Fort Dodge. Goodell — Marilyn, Doris and Dale Schriner of Moville are pending a few days with their randparents, the E. J. Schneiders, while their parents are attending m R. E. A. convention and visiting elatives in Chicago. Marble Rock—Mr. and Mrs. Claude Ewald are the parents of a daughter born at the Cedar Valey hospital in Charles City Thursday. Britt—Alden Thompson recently returned to his home in Britt after spending several weeks in the University hospital at Iowa City. Thornton—John Belmond and Bill Jensen, who have been pa- ients at the Veterans hospital, Des Moines, have returned home. Wesley—Mrs. L. L. Pfeffer and 3 children went to Traer to visit ler sister, Mrs. Vern Dan Schmidt and family over July 4. Latimer — Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Johnson and Mr. and Mrs. John A. Johansen went to Yankton, S. Dak. The Johnsons will visit with :heir son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Burke, and family. Mr. and Mrs. Johansen will visit relatives near there. Goodell — Lt. and Mrs. Virgil Sellers and Virginia of San Angelo, Tex., are visiting in the parental Everett Sellers home. Thornton—Mrs. Harry Sornsen entertained the Girl Scouts and leaders in honor of her daughter,' Mavis's birthday. ' Osagre—The Rev. and Mrs. T. P. Solem and daughters, Solveig and Andrea, left Sunday for Riverside Bible camp, Story City, for a week, then Mr. and Mrs. Solem will go to Epping, N. Dak., to attend the Upper Missouri Bible camp for another week. Carpenter—Mr. and Mrs. Chester Throne of Little Falls, Minn., are visiting at the home of the former's mother, Mrs. Anna Throne. Belmond—Carmen and Gertrude McLaughlin visited Mr. and Mrs. Ed McLaughlin at Pioneer. Forest City — The Rev. A. L. Halverson and family are in Parkland, Wash., where Mr. Halverson is attending the University of Washington. Fertile—Mrs. Phil Sheimo was appointed chairman of a committee in getting a school nurse for the Worth county schools. Wesley—Mrs. Tilly Loebeg visited her brother. John Jacobs, of Marshalltown several days recently. Nashua—Mrs. Ernest Klinehart, Nashua, is suffering from weed poisoning. Her face is badly swollen and her entire body is affected. Corwith — Mr. and Mrs. Ferry Smith of Schaller visited Mr. Smith's daughter and family, Mrs. W. G. Erdman, recently. Wesley—Louis Kellner, 12 year old son of the Matt Kellners, was aken to Des Moines recently for reatment of bulbar polio. 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