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Mason City, Iowa
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Friday, February 19, 1954
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F*b t 19, 1954 wa.CHy Clobe-Ciietie, M»»ou Ciiy, la. Mason City FEB. IS--MJSOII CUT High School Dra' jnntlci Department, "T h o Great Big Doorstep," liifto' school auditorium 8:15 p.m. FKK. 23--Red Cross fund campaign kick off dinner, the Hev. Raymond McCa lister,pe»ker, VF.W Club, li:30 p.m. TEH. ·«, MARCH I--*--Fifth annual "Dark (own Varieties'," Mason City High Schuo Auditorium, 8:15 p.m. HERE IN MASON CITY Free Odd Fellow and Rebekal dance Sat. night, Feb. 20. .All Odd Fellows, Rebekahs and their in vited guests welcome. Church rummage Sat. 9 a.m. 12; I So. Fed!. Public Card Party, Amvers Aux iliary, Feb. 22, 7:30, Amvets Club Venetian blinds cleaned, taken down, del. free of charge. S204W Good rummage. Back door, 215 So. Rhode'Island Fri. and-Sat. C h a r l i e Nelson, Yensine Fedder sen, Marian Leonard and Mrs Henry Factor, all ot Mason City left Thursday noon for Rice Lake Wis'., to attend the services Fri day for Mrs. Andrew Nelson, for merly of 'Plymouth. Payne's do picture framing. Efficient tuning service by mem ber of American Society ot Piano Technicians. Kenneth H. Lasson 118'2lst S.E. Phone G298. . Get your Travelers checks a the United Home Bank Trust Co F o r Sale: Maternity s u i t s dresses, size 16, Reas. Ph. 4411. Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Brooking 1430 Wilson S. \V., received word Friday morning that they are grandparents. A call came that a daughter was born to their son- in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs Roy Hinecker, of Marshalltown 1 at · St. Thomas Hospital in thai city. · Rummage sale, miscellaneous, p.m., Sat., garage, 744 4th S.W. Unsolicited reports say Lyons new -Lyon-ize synthetic dry cleaning is unbelievable. Ph. 600. Rummage Sale Deluxe. 731 14th N.E. Sat. Bea's Beauty Salon, 723 N. Fed., will be open Monday, Feb. 22. by Make your appointment now phoning Kay or Bea at 473. C. E. Schultz Service Held Funeral services for C. Ear Schuitz, 55, who died Monday were held Thursday afternoon at the Wesley Methodist Church, with Doctor Paul A. Peterson officiating. Mrs. Paul Peterson was the soloist and Mrs. W. L. Holt, organist. Mrs. W. L. Constable, Mrs. Howard Miller and Mrs. Leroy Axeen were in charge of flowers. Ushers were Rudy Bey and Winston Hansen. Car escorts were C. W. Seidel and Mrs. W. L. Constable. Members of the BPOE 375 and the IOOF 224 attended the services in groups. Attending the services from out of the city were Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Andresen, Mr. and Mrs. Riley Campbell and Miss Ella Wilzel, Rudd; Mr. and Mrs. Duane Andresen, and- daughter, Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Witzel, Clara Robeson and'Mrs. Morris Smith, Charles City., Mr. and Mrs. L. V. Jacobscn Loyal Sellon, Mr. and Mrs. Har old : Sellon, Mr. and Mrs. Welcli.c Dowd,: Mr. and Mrs. William Durant, Mr. and Mrs. George Marshall, Mrs. Russell Luncle, Mrs Henry Steidl, Mrs. Lester Diege and.Mrs. Eugene Wamstad, Nora Springs. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Larson Coulter; Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Wit ,'zel, Rockford; Mrs. Walter Bycrly Ventura; Eugene Wagner, Corwith and Miss Betty Voss, Sioux Falls S. D. Pallbearers were Vcrnon Gashel Charles' W. Seidel, Carl Johnson Le\V:Zirbel,.Orville, GUson and Her man Rippen. Interment was at th Park Cemetery, Nora Springs. Th McAuley and Son Funeral Horn was in charge. AWARDED SILVER'BEAVERS--Ray Roiick (left), treasurer of the Winnebago Council; Father J. G. Schmitx, Meyer, Catholic chaplain of tho council, and Arthur H. Ahrens, Eagle Grove, Scoutmaster of troop 59, Thursday night received the highest honor that am be awarded to a scouter when they were awarded the Silver Beaver at the annual appreciation dinner of the Wamebago Council. Father Schmitz, Ahrens Win Mrs. Frost Rites Held at Assembly of God Church, MarshaIItown Funeral services for Angelin, Frost; 85,, were held at the Assem b'iy of God Church in Marshalltown with the,Rev. Allen UHstad, Mason City, officiating,' assisted by the Rey.;M. E. Parlotz, Marshalltown. V Mrs.. M'.''E. Pariotz and Mrs. Allen Ullslad, were soloists, accom- .panicd by Mrs.' Wayne Gazaway. Mrs. Noel Boldt, Mrs. Donald Dam' man, Mrs. Paul Mains and Mrs. Edwin Schultz were in charge of flowers. ' Pallbearers were Edward Lenning, Duqne Sloan, John Frost Jr., 'Cecil' Thorn, .'Edwin Schultz and Robert Merritt./.Interment was at Riverside - Cehietery, Marshalltown. The McAuley (1 and Son Funeral Jlomc wa6 in charge. .''In "the i7th, century,, laundry ·Urchcs^ \yer;e colored, and yellow ·Urch"wa» ultra-fashionable' for ·ten.- ' .' ' Over 250 people Thursday night ·ittcncled ' the a n n u a l appreciation dinner- of the Winnebago Conn'ci of the Boy Scouts of America, nek at the .VFW hall. The dinner, was held to honor the outstanding men/women and insti tutions' who have voluntarily givei. time 'and -resources to help boys advance, .in . the , Scout program Scouters from throughout the coun cjl joined in a program which was climaxed with the presentation ol Scouting's highest award, the Sil vcr Beaver, to three men. Silver Beaver Awards Hay Rorick, council treasurer; Father J. G. Schmitz, Meyer 'atholic chaplain of the council; and Arthur H. Ahrens, Eagle rove, scoutmaster of troop 59, were decorated with the Silver 3eaver in a simple ceremony. The nward was made by Herbert R. Ohrt, past president of the council and now chairman of the camp and activities committee. Two men and one institution re ccived 30 year awards for service to the Boy Scouts of America, Dr. J. L. Pauley, past president o[ the council, and S. P. Hansen, Clear Lake,' were, presented 30 year award's by Milton Raizes, council vice president. J. E. Decker re ccived a 30 year award in behal of the Wilson School PTA. Theodore H. Leaver, chairman of the leadership training commit- :ee, presented Scouter's Keys to N. B. Anderson, Clarion; Warren Dalon, Mason City; Howard L. Hay- ion, Mason City; Dr. M. L. Knut- on, Clear Lake; W. R. Maillard, Vfasorj, C j t y; Arthur MitcheiJ, 'hompson; Adrian C. Ilingold, Maon City; and Leslie J. Snyder, Maon City. Ray V. Bailey, Clarion; iconard J. Cramer, Clarion; L. G. folley, Clarion; Mrs. Milton W. ineisel, Charles City; and Donn E. V h i t c, Clear Lake received Scoutcr's Awards. Veteran Awards Ten year awards to veteran in- ititutions were to Central School PTA, Charles City; Immaculate lohcep'tion PTA, Charles City; McKinley School PTA, Charles City; "lincoln School PTA, Mason City; St. Ansgar American Legion Posl 358; and the Roosevelt Elementary School PTA, Mason City. The Britt Commercial Club anc the Osage Lutheran Brotherhoqc received 15 year awards. A 25 year award was made to the Ma son City Congregational Church. Glen Buchanan, Mason City; R W. Courson, Belmond; Martin Niel sen, Thornton; Herbert R. Ohrt, Mason City; R. G. Parks, Mason City; Roger C. Patton, Mason City; Joseph Slepicka, . M a s o n City James Stevenson, Goldficld; If. E Van Essen, Mason City; and Don aid Watts, Mason City, got 10 year awards as veteran scoulc'rs. Fifteen year awards were made to Robert R. Doubet, Charles City James Hunter, Mason City; M. E Olson, Jr., R o c k w e l l ; Herb Schwanke, Mason City; Ed Rocclel Charles City; and Dr. R. A. Phil lips, Corwith. A. G. Huber, Clarksville, anc. Robert A. Klec, Ricevillc, were given 20 year awards. Dr. E. H. Phillips, Garner, was presented a 25 .year award. THIRTY YEAR VETERAN--Dr. J. L. Pauley, past president of the Winnebago Council of the Boy Scouts of America, is congratulated on becoming a 30 year veteran scouter by Milton Raizes, vice president of the council. Dr. Pauley received the award Thursday night at the annual appreciation dinner of the council. S. P. Hansen, Clear Lake, was awarded a like honor. Police Receive Reports on Four Auto Accidents Four auto accidents were reported to Mason City police Thurs- lay, one involving a city bus. At : 16 p.m. a bus driven by Victor Casperson. Clear Lake, collided h a car driven by George F. ilstel, 207 Rhode Island S.E., at th and S. Federal as the bus pulled away from the curb. The nly damage was to the front Dumper of the Estel car. Earlier Helmcr S. Sorenson, Han- ontown, in a pickup truck and F. H. Westerman, M o n t g o m e r y , Minn., were involved in a collision at 13th and N. Federal. Montgomery's grill, right headlight, fender and hood were damaged. The only damage to the Sorenson truck was to the rear bumper. Mrs, \V. Closson, 1-102 Delaware S.E., reported to police that she had been Involved in a collision with Raymond Amunclson, 550 3rd N.E., as she backed out of her parking place at the Thriflway parking lot. D a m a g e was to the Closson right rear fender. At 5 p.m. Thursday John W. Tubbesing, ]209 3rd S.W., backed out of his drive and collided with a parked car belonging to Dolores GRASS F I R E S P R E A D S GARiN'ER--The fire department was called out to the Clarke Lackore farm Thursday afternoon to assist in extinguishing a grass fire which' had gotten out of hand and Marie Harpsler, 920 11th N. E. 'The Realty Transfers left rear fender and left half rear bumper were damaged on the Harpstcr vehicle. NEWS of RECORD Births Reported (At Mercy H o s p i t a l ) -- ( l l r l to Mr. a Mrs. Kay O'Dell. K i l l Delaware T h u r s d a y ) hoy to Mr. and Mrs. Morris Trauh, UllO l » t N.W., Friday! girl to Mr. and M r s . James Hughes. 1 I V i Jackson S.K., Friday. lAt I'ark Hospital)--l)i- to Mr. anil Mrs. Donald L. Sturgi-s, Kutkwcll. Thursday. Death Notices ADAMS'.'Archer I..; ~ti. who operalcd ilie Adams Sheet Melal Works hi Mason City died Wednesday at tho Ktks iNutlonal Home at Bedford, Va. fr'uner;il services w i l l he held at £ p.m. Saturday at tho I'uttersciii- Jaiue.-. Aluson Clly Chape!, with the J t e f . I'ctt-r Junseh, pastor of the Virst Cougre- K a t l n i i a l Church, o f f i c i a t i n g . Uurlal will be in Elnivvond Cemetery. \ V I I . D K l i , Mrs. Frank, I I I , died of heart ' a t t a c k at her home, 'III S. Dili Street. Clear Lake. F r i d a y . Funeral arrangements are Incomplete. The Wtlfox Funeral Home, Clear Lake. Is In charge. Fire Calls Crass Fire--Pith S.1C. anil Carolina, vacant lot. I:'JJ p.m. Thursday, Warehouse I'lre--101 Sth S.W.. Slubbs Motor Freight, 0:ir Thursday. Overheated Molur -- 5U Carolina S.K., Dr. T . ' A . iS'eltlnloii. II:M p . m . Thursday. Police Court Intoxication--Uniuild Henry Mentis, :!7, ?;! Adams N.W., :t days lu cunuly jail. Overtime Marking--Hubert M. (.'arson. : l l l l Vi-riniint S.E.i Fred .tones. IU3 rMth S.W.; C'. A. I'opc. '.'! Vermont S.K.; l)on- ute F u l l e r , . I5;i' . P e n n s y l v a n i a N . E . ; W A. Vein L K V C I I . :II5 l l l i i S.I5.i Mrs. Chris A x o l s o n , Clear Lake; J. 11. Smith, 11): York S . H . i Omar Lcimlng. Clenr L a k e ; Mrs. K. It. Le/fler.' Sf (Jr. Dr.; Jeiin Johnson, (in .Massachusetts S . K . ; l,a Veru Klt- tleson. (ill) D e l a w a r e N.E.; Lnn Klenest l l n n f n r d H o t e l ; M. It. llcrj;. ll!l)t Washing- Ion N.W.: Robert K. Hair. CMiarles C i t y ; Hob Englcman, Koute 1: -Mrs. Uoherl Sniltli, M^anly; Paul I*almer T Garner; Albert 1'als, Thornton; Dunne Walker, 7 1 1 Councftlctit S . K . ; M:iric Krelund. IM'JIi Dc-1- a%vare N.12,; Liny it Me'Cicc, 8-'S Ith S.W.i Mrs. Truman Prlhbenou*. Nora Springs; Mrs. Henn Denzel, I IK Khode Island \.E.i Mrs. V i r s l l Uice. Uockircll; Wanda Daniels. MU X. Federal; Jule Jensen. l.V.'l Adams N.W.; I.ola Mne Ilhem. :;l« lith !·!. S.W.; Kil Aiiilerson, ti 1st N.W., each for- f e i t e d SI. Improper P a r k i n g -- l l a l t i c llatchelor. D2-I Delaware N.I-:.; C. J. Merkel. tlllli J e f f e r son N.W.: Minnie Ingcbrelsun. Thnrnlon. e a c h f o r f e i t e d S I . Marriage Licenses Jerry Lee I'elersnn, '.'I. UrJtl. and Mar lyn Irene Weilalid, IX. K a n a w h a ; Fred Adnlph K a h l c . W. and Marie Angellne Ilaitffan, :'.T, holh of St. Paul; liarl IMppert, legal, ami Kerntce Reynolds, legal, hoth of Ma sci n C i t y : H u b e r t Alfred Hunt Jr.. ·,'(, SI. Paul, and Arabellc Theresa Uanuorn, Minneapolis. New Cor Sales John Paul Tailor. ;-»3 1st S.W., I t u i c k ; John Sherman P r i t c h a r d , ?10 Jefferson N.W.. Ford p i c k u p ; George McClcllan Gordon. ·,'·.';) Taft S.W.. Ford; Robert E d w a r d or Helen J e a n Casey. 115 nth N.E.. Ford; O l i v e r Wendell or F-lva Ellen Ong, Clear Lake. Chrysler. Divorces Filed Ella K. Edwards against Archie J. Ed wards on 'grounds of cruelty. She a s k ! custody of a child, that the court f i x l l \ amount he shall pay for child support that she be allowed SIOO temporary a l i - mony and SI,not) permanent alimony and title to the home at .Ifi'.'t; Wilson S.W Married Jan. IS, 3!IIO. at Mason City Separated April is, l!)n:i. W a r d , James L. and A l i a Mae to Call nill Sl.OO WD SW'.'iSW'/, nf Sec. 19-B1 lit. '_'-l7-"(. Spooner. Leon 12. to Guy C. Heals Sl.OO »VI) Lot 1, «lk., Oalfn-noii park. 1^-17-.-,;;. Van G r c v e n h o f , Harold and A r l e n e to Theo. A. Holm and Anna E. JT S I . t J D ( W D ) Lot .1 lllfc. IX "The Highlands" Add., M Cy. 1-1!-.-,!. COULD BE HARTFORD, Conn. (UP)--When William Hcmmerly was giving a GRAY LADY VISITS--Mrs. John Jansson, Gray Lady of the C e v r o Gordo Chapter, American Red Cross, is making- one of her regular visits to tho G o o d Samaritan Home, where she is writing- a letter for Alta Obermier, Charles City. This is one of the services given regularly by the Red Cross. Besides visits with these people and writing- letters nml *doing errands, the Gray La- H. S. Choir Entertains Kivvanians The Mason City High School Choir entertained Kiwanis Club Thursday afternoon at the Hotel Hanford. Paul Nisscn, director, --~.... 0 ....- ... »...«, was introduced hy Bob Jsensce, Cornwell, president, program chairman ior February. ' they sang "Oh Spirit, Who From Jesus Came." The choir received a g i f t of §20 from a Kiwaniun, Two new members, dipt. Robert Stiglemnn of the Salvation A r m y and Gordon McCourt, a longtime resident o f ' M a s o n City, were presented to the club. Dan Klenip- naucr introduced Russ G r a y who welcomed them into the group. Vcrnon Kirlin introduced the guests and visiting Rotarinns. H. C. Keister gave the invocation. The meeting was in charge of Charles The outstanding presentation of the program was a soprano solo, "One Kiss" from Rom berg's "New Moon," with a choral background. Elgene Kurtz was the soloist. Eddie Allen, tenor, was the soloist in the Fred Waring arrangement of Anywhere I'Wander." Other Waring arranged selections were "No Man Js an Island" and "Battle Hymn of the Republic." . "Salutation to the D a w n,"i Bread of Tears," "Be Thou Not Still" and "Our Father" were sung a cappella by the choir. Deloresi McPherren accompanied them as| Tulip bulbs have considerable quantities of starch a n d , during World War 1, the famous tulips of Holland were used for m a k i n g starch. dies also take their patients out for short w a l k s or rides in a wheel chair when the weather is nice. They even do shopping for these patients for gifts and acccs* sories. This is all part of the service of lied Cross, the, fund drive for which will be started with a kickoff dinner Tuesday evening at the VFW Club. The 1954 drive will emphasize the opportunity for service to others. The Cerro Gordo County Chapter is asking $28,370 and 10,000 members this year. More than 200 million people, roughly a tenth of the h u m a n race, live within the Yangtze River basin in China, s a y s the National Geographical Society. EMIL C. MARTIN INSURANCE AGENCY .?· 8 Ninth Street N. W. PHONE 2390 was burning over meadows and talk to his Cub Scouts on the role 'ields. The fire crossed several parents play in shaping the lives fields before being brought under of children, one of the youngsters control. The stiff breeze fanned interrupted with: "The only trou- flames and hastened the spread. wtih kids is grown-ups." Phone 1010 GRAND OPENING LEONA'S DINER 31 FIRST S. W. SATURDAY, February 2O Specials Saturday-Free Coffee FROM 9 A. M. TO 10 A. M.--3 P. M. TO 4 P. M. MALTED MILKS . . . . . . . 19c : DOUBLE DECK HAMBURGERS WITH LETTUCE AND FRENCH FRIES. HOME MADE PIES . OPEN SUNDAYS A I R E - O - R O O M MASON CITY MUNICIPAL A I R P O R T DINNERS Served Every Evening Except Friday from 5 P. M. to 8 P. M. SUNDAYS from Noon Until 3 P. M. . SMORGASBORD Sundays from 4:30 to 8 P. M. We Specialize in Luncheons--Dinner Parties and Meetings--PHONE 463 MAE CONREY, Manager lo USE You can color-style a room for only a /aw dollars with easy-to.apply SUPER KEM-TONE colors. Come in end USB our free color service. You can have a "new" room in a day with · Super durable, super washable. · No thinning--jus) stir and apply--drici in one hour. · Luscious pastels, high-fashion dcop lone», gorgeous intermediate shades. · Easy lo apply--over painted walls, wallpaper or plaster. Quart Gallon 1.75 545 C L E A N E R S T A I L O R S f'.WE CATER TO THOSE WHO CARE" 8 HOUR SERVICE JF DESIRED 3: HOUR EMERGENCY SERVICE PHONE 523 C O M P L E T E T A I L O R S H O R ·CUSTOM GARMENTS ·ALTERATIONS All Garments Fully Insured Against Loss by Fire or Theft "WE OPERATE OUR OWN CLEANING PUNT" 27 1st S.W. TIONAL PRICES EFFECTIVE FRIDAY AND SATURDAY P O R K L O I N S Whole or Half Cut As Desired 49 Fresh 12 to 14 Lb. ID. Average

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