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February 22, 1954

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 14

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F»b, 1954 Mason Clly Globe-Gazette, Mason Clly, 'in, Here and There-News of Your Neighbors in North Iowa and Minnesota . _ . f--Mrs. Elaine MHch-| ell * began work at the Peoples State Bank. She formerly was cm- ployed as receptionist at the hospital at Buffalo Center. LEROY, Minn.--Dr. G. A. Hal- vcr and Dr. John Sperry will attend the dental convention at St. Paul next week. ,WESLEY--Mr.'and Mrs. Lawrence Hansen observed their silver w e d d i n g anniversary recently. Friends gave them a card and gift shower. THOMPSON--Mrs. Adron Tin- dcrhplt recently visited her mother, Mrs. E. Flugum, who has been convalescing at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Milton Stout at Albert Lea, Minn. Mrs. Flugum is much improved. GOODELL -- Margaret Graebci Df Chicago, and her mother, Mrs. Fred Graebcr, of Kanawha, spent .Thursday in the home of the former's uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Graeber. CORWITH--Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Cram are on a three weeks' vacation in California. CHARLES CITY -- Art Farrcll, manager of the DCS Moines Drive- In Theater, is managing the two theaters here, while Mr. and Mrs. Royce. Winkclman arc visiting in Spencer. GOODEUL -- Eugene Robbins, who recently received his honorable discharge from the armed forces, is now working at the Allied Mills in Mason City and stays in the home of his uncle, Stunner Fuller, at Clear Lake. CORWITH --Mrs. Addic Livingston is visiting at the home of her son and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Hoover, in Council Bluffs. THOMPSON--Mrs. Leonard An-, dcrson returned home after spending a week at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Saunders, at Fairmont, Minn. MAKE ERSIER? GARNER--Word has been received here that M-Sgt. Elmer Me- Mahon, son of Dr. Thomas McMahon of Garner, has been transferred from Harvre Grace, Mel., to Augusta, Ga. CRESCO --Cpl. B e n j a m i n Phillips, veteran of hard fighting in Korea with the Marines received his discharge in California, and spent several days with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Phillips at Fort Atkinson. WESLEY--Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Brims and f a m i l y visited relatives in State Center recently and brought back with them Mrs. Brims' mother, Mrs. Louise Osborn, who will spend several weeks in the Brims' home. GOODELL -- Josephine Dominy had major surgery this week in the Bclmoml Community Hospital. THOMPSON--Howard Clark returned home from the Veterans Hospital at DCS Moines where he had been a patient for several days having submitted to major surgery. BANCROFT -- Mrs. Ida Behr- m a n n celebrated her 88th birthday recently when several of her children wore home for the clay. Mrs Behrmann has spent most of hei life in Bancroft. THOMPSON--Mrs. Emma Erickson returned home after a visit at the home of her son-in-law anc daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Mehl at Minneapolis. CRESCO--Henry Ludens, a i r m a n first class, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Ludens, of Lime Springs, has received his discharge from the Air Force at Offutt Air Base in Nebraska. LEROY, Minn.--Mrs. Anna Crat senberg of Oskaloosa, Iowa, is visiting in (he home of Dr. and Mrs. J. Sperry. She- is Mrs. Sperry's grandmother. BANCROFT-L. C. Haltcn underwent amputation of his left leg at a hospital in Estherville. WESLEY--Mr. and Mrs/ Will Martinek and his nephew, Harold Martinek, were called to Crcsco by the death of a cousin, Mrs. Joe Mlady,. following a heart ailment. GARNER--Henry Heddens has returned from an extended visit and vacation trip to Florida*. He visited with his brother, Kenneth; at Miami. CHARLES CITY -- The Cedar Valley Hospital Thursday reported (the birth of a son to Mr. and Mrs. 'Leonard Burricr, of Greene. 1 BANCROFT -- Mr. and Mrs. Frank Richards arc'the parents of a daughter:born February 14 at St. Ann Hospital. ROCKWELL^Mr. and Mrs. Ivor Oraker of Canton, Minn., arrived his week to visit the latler's brolh- ?r, Charles D. Smith, and family. THOMPSON -- Recent guests at he Mrs. Emma Batton home in- :lude Mr. and Mrs. Robert Batton and f a m i l y of Emmetsburg and Mr. and Mrs. John Batton of Swea City. CRESCO--Pvt. Gordon L. Nagel, son of Mrs. Ira Nagel of Lime Springs, has been assigned to the 27th Car Company, 1st Special Troops batallion at Fort Benning, Ga. P v t . Nagel will serve as a driver. LEROY, Minn. -- Miss A r d i t h Dray, south of LeRoy, is learning :he switchboard at the telephone office. WESLEY -- Forty-two neighbors and friends gave a surprise farewell party for Mr. and Mrs. Lester Blain at? their home. The Blains are moving soon to the Mrs. Ida Funnemark f a r m . ROCKWELL--Dr. and Mrs. J. C. Kaiser left Friday for Sante Fe, N. M. for a month's vacation. They will visit friends and relatives along the way. NEW HAMPTON -- Art Larson has opened a new shoe repair shop in the Fliger building. C 0 R W I T H--Tony Tebbin re turned to his home from Mercy Hospital, Mason City. CHARLES CITY--Mr. and Mrs. Jack Winterink, (iOO Eighth Avenue, left Friday for a two weeks' vacation in Florida. CORWITH--Mrs. Boyd Staley anc two sons of Iowa City are spending a week with Mrs. Staley's parents Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Bonnstettcr. s*» ' s s S M E * * A lielp on the $®b enl °t "*?'· youVe ' ·'· 11 Jet hours drag. Chew Wngley's Spearmint Cum. Gives you a nice little lift. Helps work go smoother, easier. C H E W I N G Gl Chicken Manor Has Own Story REDDING, Conn. Wl -- This 'ashionable Fairfiold County Community once was known as the Manor, of Chicken, because of its founder's sense of humor. John Read, one of New Eng- and's most capable lawyers, and a chronic land speculator, secured a large tract of land from the local Indian Sachem "Chicken," in 1714. Read drew up a formal patent, with Chicken as lord of the manor and himself as tenant. But it didn't last long. The General Assembly, moving to secure the white m a n ' s ' t i t l e to the land of the Indian, had the land sold at public auction. A parish was organized in 1729 and became known as Reading, for Read. The name of the (own was changed to Redding when it was incorporated in 17G7. BLONDIE By CHIC YOUNG The Danube River, 1,750 miles long, courses through six European nations enroute to the Black Sea. Most of the developments that m a k e up modern grinding came about in the past 50 years, according to Electro Refractories Abrasives Corp. As harder.metals, and alloys are discovered, harder and more efficient abrasives are needed. These developments led to new, man-made abrasives, which arc among industry's most vital tools. AbAH NOAH-- IF SKIM MAKES THE -STREET SHOES , WOULD BANANA SKlM MAK6 THE BEST SUPPERS r 3 AARS. 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