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August 18, 1952

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

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, DIES AT ACKLtY ACKLEY--Funeral services for Miss Minnie Borneman, 74, Were held Monday at the United Brethren Church at Dumoot. She died here Thursday »fter a long illness from palsy. She lived here \vith a sister, Sophia Btirncmnn, and a cousin, Herman Essmau. She also leaves a sisler, Mrs. Gus Maifield, and two brothers, Louis and Adolph, all of Dumont. Fans were used in China 5,000 years ago. Nothing But "A't" PORTSMOUTH, 0. UP)-^School officials here said that when Janet Gail Teeters received her high school diploma it marked the end AU«. ii, mi f M City Ol.l«.G»»tiU, MMW CHj. fe. of 12 perfect academic years for her. All of her grades were "A's:" ANNUAL Cilobc-Gnzcttc iholo by Musser AT FISH FRY --Bishop Gordon V. Smith of the Episcopal Diocese of Iowa serves fish to men of the church at their annual weekend gathering at Clear Lake. Seated, left to right, are Hobart Morris, Oskalooaa; the Rev. Charles Fletcher, Maquokela; Wayne Fluent, Charles City; James Addison, Des Monies, and the Rev. A r t h u r E.Pritchett, rector of St. John's Church, Mason City.* The 'weekend conference was held at the Iowa Diocese's Bishop MorrisorrLodgc. A i d e Buhr, Mason City, hew president of the Episcopal Men of Iowa, and Bishop Luther League to Visit Decorah CLEAR LAKE--Luther ^League Quickly Solved NEW HAVEN, Conn. UP--Fif- .cen minutes after learning 'that a radio had been stolen, Detective Smith described the 'conference as very successful. A three - point program for the organization was developed. The conference: (1) Organized discussion work by laymen .keyed to .a greater understanding of the Christian religion and the Episcopal Church; (2) organized lay evangelism in all parishes; (3) planned a confirmation campaign in connection - with the centennial celebration of the diocese in 1953. The campaign starts this Nov. 17 and continues through the convention 'in Davenport in May, 1953. members were entertained at supper and a social session at t h e Hans Henriksen home Sunday evening. Franklin Enfield gave the topic, "Praper." Plans were made to visit Luther College, D corah, Labor Day. Miss Vernelda Nelson gave the lesson on "Finding God's Way in Our Lives" for Youth Fellowship of the Evangelical Free Church. Choruses were sung. Anthony Popolixio spotted two men carrying it into a pawnshop. Tournament Committees Are Named CLEAR LAKE-- J. H. Bimncll, Minneapolis, chairman; Mrs. J. Brownlee, Minneapolis, and Her- inan Hess, St. Joseph, Mo., were named to the tournament committee for the 33rd annual tournament of the Summer Outing Whist Club which opened at the Lake Shore Hotel Monday morning. The resolutions committee includes Hess as chairman, Mrs. E. W. Meis, Sioux City, and Mrs. Manley. On the nominating committee are Mmes. Brownlee and Meis and John Evans, Perry. A business meeting was held Monday morning after . which there was open play both morning and afternoon. In the evening the play was to be for the President's Ribbon. The club received a message Monday that Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Brown, Sioux City, are unable to attend this year. Mrs. O. D. Nickle, Sioux City, who has attended annually many years, died during the winter. H. C. Anderson, president, Sister Bay, Wis., and John Evans won the preliminary pair play Sunday eve- Still Voting at 101 COLUMBUS, 0. UP--diaries D. Heacock of West Unity, is Ohio's oldest voter. Heacock, 101, cast his first ballot in 1872 for the re-election of Gen. Ulysses Grant. Heacock hasn't missed an election since. Happy Is The Day When Backache Goes Away .... NntrghiB backache, IOBH of pep andcncriry, henduch03 nnd dizziness may be due to slowdown of kidney function. Doctors say «ood kidney function is very important lo Kood health. 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He played the accordion while he sang in Spanish, "I Want to Be a Worker," with Mrs. Hobart. Hobart gave a talk concerning his mission school for the blind in Laredo, Tex., his present home. The Rev. George Strum, pa.stor, was in charge. NOTHING LIKE IT ...Ever Before! RUSCO COMBINATION SCREEN AND STORM DOOR A screen door and storm floor ·11 in one. Just raise glass for ventilation -- like, a window! Tridt-ln Allowance For Your Old Door Home Improvement Co. 4t9 N. F«d. 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