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August 14, 1952

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 7

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Grade School Nearly Ready Rush Work on Roods and Drain Projects BELM.OND--Belmond.and vicinity currently is a bee-hive of construction activity. Of major interest is the new Belmond'Commu- nity Hospital which has been recently completed. The new Ramsey elementary school should be ready for use about Oct. 1. Constructors on this project are Henkel Construction Company, Mason City, Poeffett.Plumbing Heating, Ames, and Packard Electric, Belmond. Another Belmond project is a 12 inch storm sewer serving the north part of town. Approximately 15 new homes are under construction. . ,.". Drains Constructed Last year's rains have giveri impetus to land drainage with activity under way on drainage districts near Belmond, Meservey, Goodell, Dows, Eagle Grove, and Woolstock. All these projects are reconstruction of existing systems with the exception of drainage district No. 116 which Is a new open ditch and tile system. Farm-to-market and local county projects are in full swing.- Grading by the local Wright County ;crew is being, accomplished near Belmond, Eagle Grove, and. Clarioni Mickle Ross, Contractors, Newton, are grading la rm-to-market projects near Woolstock, Renwick, Belmond and Rowan. Weather permitting, these projects should be completed before Sept. 1, Road Graded , Farm-to-market projects n e a r Goldfield and Woolstock are ready to let. Iowa Highway No. 60 from Renwick north is being graded un dor the supervision of the Iowa Highway Commission.. , · One more farm-to-market paving project is being completed by the in Belmond Area Aug. 14V Mil 7 Milan Cltjr GIok«-G»ittt«, MMW CHj, U. Audience of Crippled Girl Sees Show Troupe Perform Hancock board of supervisors at fCanawha. This project runs east Vnd west out of Kanawha and is 1.25 miles in length. PAVING NEAR FINISH--A new farm-to-market paving project is being completed by the Hancock County board of supervisors at Kanawha. .This^project runs.east and west through Kanawha and is 1.25 miles in length. Ronald Kenyon of DCS Moines is contractor 1 . .'· ; Goodell Native Succumbs at 78 GOODELL--Funeral services for S. G. Fuller, 78, will be held Saturday: at, : 9 ' a . m . ' 1 at St. Mary's Catholic Church in Goodell, with burial in the Catholic Cemetery at Belmond. The Rev. R. A. Ormsby will officiate with the Fulton Funeral Home of Belmond in charge of arrangements. Sumner Fuller, son of the late L. W.,and Sophronia Fuller, was born April 7, 1874, at Goodell. He was married, to Kalhryn Mongahen Oct. 1G, 1901, and they lived all their lives in'this community. His wife died daughter, Wava, several years ago at the age of 7. J Mr. ' Fuller. had been in failing lealth two years and the past summer had been .cared for in t h e ionic of his daughter, Mrs. Francis McNulty, at Belmond. Survivors include tho following children, Marcellus and Mrs. Lee Robbing of Goodell,,Mrs. Carl Rob. bins and Mrs. McNulty- of Bel- mbnd, Sumner of; Goodell, Mrs. Everett Bussa of Franklin Park, 111., and Mrs. Charles Studebaker of Belmond; 26 grandchildren and five great grandchildren; also a sister, Mrs. L. P. Metcalf of Warm Springs, Mont. By FRED C. MISSAL Globe-Caiett* Correspondent ' GARNER--Joyce Holta, daughter of Charlotte Holta, 23, thinks show people are just about the finest in the world. Tilton Comedians, a road show troupe, recently gave a performance for her in her apartment where/she is recuperating from a hip ailment. Born With Handicap Born with a physical handicap she was forced to submit to much surgery and medical treatment 'at the Shriners Hospital in Minneapolis. In spite of all that, was done, she never fully recovered and it is difficult for her to walk. Thus sho is unable to enjoy the physical activities of other people and her en tertalnment consists chiefly of movies and shows. : Last year when the Tilton Come diahs played in Garner, Joyce nt tended each performance of the week's stand and was thrilled will each performance, so when the announcement appeared that they were to show in Garner again tht year she was awaiting with eager ness the opening performance. JOICE-- Mr. and Mrs. LaVerle Field, local merchants, returned home from a 5,600-mile trip into old Mexico and to California' and the .West Coast. They were gone The day before the opening per formance, Joyce had tho misfor tune .to fall and crack a bone in her hip which forced her to remain in bed at her apartment while thi Injury mended. Her apartment less than a block from : the spo where the Tilton Comedians set up their lent theater and through Kc open window Joyce was able. t hear the music and-; the singin and she was a very unhappy gh to miss the one big week (»f th year she had looked forward to. Show Come* to Joyce Some of the cast and,M. .11. Ti ion heard of her plight and hd\ her spirit had been crushed, so th low troupe decided inasmuch as uyce was unable to como to. tho nl theater, the show would go o Joyce's apartment. They staged performance especially for her. laud Kevins presented her "Chalk \ilk" act; Duke arid Mnrnella [oulaguu presented a magic rou- nc; Dick Ellis appeared in a omcdy routine; F l o y d Ditto laycd his guitar and ho and Mrs, 1. R. Tillon sang; Barbara Stock ntcrtnincd as did Don Wcago with song and daiice act. The Tilton Comedians, adept ai voducing tear jcrkers or hilarjovu omcily have often bcei\ tluillcc iy deafening applause from an ap irecialive nudienco b u t , t h o · little ear of appreciation that (ricklec .own Joyce's cheek '-which came rom the bottom 'of a thankfu icart for tho generous and klnt courtesy extended by tho Tilton Comedians exceeded tho applnus f the inost receptive audience ac cording to M. R. Tilton and player vho performed for Joyce. The company completed n very successful stand in Garner and i playing this week at Charles City. Former Sheffield Businessman Dies SHEFFIELD-C. L. Kammeiei 58, who had been in tho : hardwar nisincss here over 40 years, re Iring five years 'ago, died Thurs day at 2:30 a. m. after an'illncs of six months. Funeral services were incon pletc pending : word from u ' s o n Arnatt, of Arcadia, Calif. Other survivors are tho wldo 1 and a daughter, Mrs. B. B. Web sler, of Lawrence, Kan. Mr. Kammeicr was .born on farm cast of Sheffield and live all his life in this community. MARINE TRAINS --Pfc. Frank D. Ko«h(«r, ton of Harry Ko»h- l«r of Sw»Ud«l«, it taking a count of training at Fort Bin- ring, Ga., th* homt of th* Army infantry. H* anlUttd Jan, 29, thU y*ar. Car Hits Ditch, Couple Injured GOODELL -- Mr. a n d Mrs Charles Halfpop were coming to .own Tuesday mill cast of the Joe 3urgcss farm met two cars whlcl ·aiscd much dust. ' It; blinded Hnlf pop causing him to go off ',th ;rado. The horn kept blowing and attracted tho attention of Joe Bur css and Sumner Fuller, w h rushed to the scono. They took th ilalfpops to tho Belmond Hospital Mrs. Hatfpop's leg was brokeu',1 two places, also a wrist broken and Mr, juries. Halfpop hna chest in MARINE ON FURLOUGH STACYVILLE -- Sylvan - Fas who has been serving with th Marines-at Santa Ana,' Calif., on a 25-day furlough at the horn of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Be Fa ss. John Teigen Dies at Home in Lake Mills LAKE MILLS-- Funeral services ir'John ir. Teigen, 80, will bo hold rlday at 1:30 p. m. at the Andcr- on Funeral Home and' at 2 p. m. ; the Snlem Lutheran Church. He ied at his homo Monday after, a ng illness. . , . , ' Mr. Teigen was born in Winnc- ngo County, to Hans 'and Signe cigon July 29, 3872. He. lived In nd nonr Lako Mills alLhls life. On ob. 25, 1905, ho was married too lllda Thompson of Lako Mills. Survivors include Mrs, Teigen nd tlio following children: Mrs. nvin Wessels, Buffalo Center; Gila Teigen, Los Angeles, Calif,; Irs. H a r o l d Kellum, Santn Tonica, Calif.; Mrs. Glen Splkcr, ]Icero, 111.; Mrs. Charles Boise, MEETINGS In North Iowa GARNER-- The' Ellington Prairie . Lutheran Ladies Aid was to meet at the home of Mrs: Clifford Larson Thursday at 2 p. ni.-Mrs. Ida Larson and Mrs. C. E. Larson were to bo hostesses. SWALEDALE-- The Baptist Mis- meet Thursday home of Mrs. sion Aid was to afternoon at the Tillte Benson with Mrs. J,' C. Ward as leader. i ,,. *, -, GARNER-- The Hancock County, Farm Bureau resolutions .. committee will attend a, district meeting' at the Lutheran' Church 'in Mason City at 6:45 p. m. Tuesday, · nnta Rita, M.; Mrs. Lewis IcKco, Spokane, Wash,; Hans Tel;on, Duncan; Milton, with the U, . Air Force In England; Bcnhart t the U. S. Veterans Hospital at Cnoxvillo, and Joseph .of Lako Wills. Mr. Teigen served as, city as- ossor for 30 years and was master mechanic, at the Cool Spring Canning Company for 25 years. Butler Elects Committee Chickasaw PMA ' Election Held NEW HAMPTON-i-Cletus Flick, ! Ionia, has been elected chairman of the Chickasaw -County -PMA succeeding John E. Ralph of'Law- ler, who has served as chairman since Paul Steegc of Fredericks-','' burg was' named n fie!dman last spring, Uotp'h was elected vice chairman. Kenneth J. Niemann of Frederleksburg, who has'served as third member since Stecge re- 1 *",' ceivcd His appointment/ was elec- · ted the- Ihlrd member. 'Miss Vlr- - glnia Snider, of Fredcricksb'uri--' was named secretary-treasurer. ALLISON-- Butler County PMA committee elected for th'e' follow- ng year to' carry out the AGP pro; gram consists of J. F.^Hartwlgi hell Rock,^ re-elected chairman; Oman Barnott, Clarksvillo, reelected vice-chairman; Guy Patterson; ' of 1 Dumotit, elected thir'd member. ' JOICE--Mr. and Mrs.' LeRoy Ul- stod and Mr, and Mrs.'Palmer Cal- gnard and Ronald left this wccklo spend 10 ' days , touring eastern states. They plan' 1 to visit Niagara Falls and Washington D,C. , , PLAN CLOVER SALE , , , RUDD--Amyets Auxiliary 119 o£" Rudd will sponsor a, .while t clover day to be held in Rudd and' sur« rounding towns Saturday." Proceeds^ from the sale of clovers are'usedZ- for hospitalized, veterans of'World** War II. ' ,., ,, 'Dp \ , FALSE ;TEETH "i , ROCK, SLR.bR SLEPT , ,, ' FASTEHTH, l 'ati' Improved powder '(a'" b« »prlnkl«d ,on? upper or v 'lower' plates, holdi fain teeth more,firmly In tl»c«. Do rtot,«Hd«, illp'or-rock,, No'Bummy. Kooey, putty Uite or'feeling. TASTEgl'H Ii »lk«ltn«.,(non-«cidi: ,Doe» not, tour. Chcpki "pint* xlor" {denturi, breath),"" 1 ', QetP^STEKTH »t »ny dru«"»tor«,' . "'' . 1 102 South Ftdaral 102 South Federal 2.88 BACK-TO-SCHOOL SALE\ Washable Acetate Taffetas! Plaids or checks 3 Juniors', misses',) L a special purchase makes this low price possible. Look ati these desirable features. Generous white touches, self ruffles,' button trims. Peter-pan, sweetheart, V-necklines. Many with big,' handy pockets, puffed sleeves. Some with skirts 100-inches wide. '/il fresh, crisp--and washable. Outstanding at this low price;, LIMITED QUANTITY-SO COME EARLY WARDS FAMILY SHOE SALE-SAVE UP TO 20% This annual sale is our way of inviting new customers lo Iry a pair of Wards proven-qualily Shoes. Known for their fine craftsmanship, carefully selected materials end easy, day-long comfort, we believe lhat once you've tried a pair of Wards shoes you'll come back for them again and again. Every pair is right from oor regular sfock, all priced extra low for exceptional value. Save now. (A) R«g. 2.98 Ballatf for girls. A dainty, demure style offering slipper- like comfort. Smooth black leathsr. 4-9 2.66 (B) R*g. 2.98 girls' Bow Ballets. Crafted of smooth black suede, so fashionable this season. Sizes 4 to 9 2.66 (C) Girl*' Loungers--equals our 4.98 quality. Specially purchased for this sale. Goody ear-welt. Brown. 4-9. 4.44 (D) Refl. 3.98 Two-eyelet Tie--a popular favorite with boys everywhere. Durable rubber solos. Brown. 10-3 3.18 ( E ) Reg. 3.98 Saddle Oxfords--a clas- 'sic, year-'round style for children. Brown-and-whlte leather. 8'/:-3. 3.44 (F) Reg. 4.98 girls' black patent leather Pumps--sharply reduced. tVi~ 3 4.44 Reg. 4.39 infant's Pumps. 5¥2-8. 3.IB ( G ) Reg. 7.50 men's Work Shoes. Cork rubber soles. Brown. 6-12 ...;....6.83 Reg. 7.25 Brown Work Oxfords. 6.66 (H) Reg. $.65 Herald Square Oxford* for men--reduced for this sale. Rich burgundy leather. Sizes 6 to 11. 4,U (J) Reg. 5.50 men'* brown woven- vamp Lounger*, now cut-priced. 4" : .).....v .;/.'.;.» Reg. 4.98 boy*' Oxford*. 2Vi4. 4.44 ( K ) For teen-ager*. Brown leather oxfords styled for the younger set. Light weight red foam rubber sole*. 4-9.' .............................. 4.44 (U) Reg. 2.W Basketball Ship* for men. Black duck uppers. 6'/j-12 ........ lei . 2.89 boys' Skip*. 2V4-1J. ...J-«* . (M), R«fl. 3.» women'«;ray«n Slippers with dainty Flexible" leather sole*. BhM, Mtck. 4-9 .................. .. .......... :"· JL j \

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