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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 13

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Mason Gity Calendar AUG. BO-23-Hlgli School registration. AUG. tz-'it--Iowa Op«n GoU Tournament, Mason city GoU and Country Club. AUG S»--Buslness-Industo'-Educalion Day. SEPT. 5--Alt Mason City schools reopen; SEPT. SO--E] Kahlr Shrine ceremonial. SEPT. 27--Iowa High-Twelve convention. HERE IN MASON CITY Seven calls for office help in one hour recently. Salaries ranged from $175 to §250. How would you like to have one o£ these? Just a little "special" training will do it. Phone 945 or write land ask us about this. The Hamilton School. Get your travelers checks at the First National Bank of Mason City. Convenient and spfe. Dr. Schultr, Osteopath, room 641, Hotel Hanford. Ph. 2960.- Glidden's Everon outside white paint, $4.89 gal. at Payne's. Evans does upholstering. Prompt service. Ph. 2277, 621 S. Fed. Dry your l a u n d r y at the Laun.- drile Self Serve Laundry. "A single trial tells the tale." Try Lyons Family Bundle. Ph. COO. Paper Headquarters. Shepherds. Boomhower's for large group of gas stoves for heating and cooking. Alterations. Mrs. E a r l McKibben, 706 9th N. W. Ph. 5994LW. Dear Mary: If you will take me to the Town House Restaurant for their delicious tender fried chicken ail will be forgiven. Love, John. Big News--You can see and feel the difference with Marshall Swifts Sta-Nu finishing process at no extra cost. 1 will not be responsible for any debts contracted by anyone other than myself. Elbert L. Murray. NEWS RECORD Fire Calls Reserves Training at McCoy Mm on C11, GLobt-Gii«tt«, Mawm City. ». Aug. 18, 1952 At. 10:11 p.m. Saturday lo (rout of '26 S. Federal, car owned by Robert (J. Brown, Manly, leaking jrasolinei »t 11:1)5 p.m. Suud.y to 1X11 S. Federal, Sirs. J»ck Spnlt, occupant, noise In water n for' noise in furnace. pipes Births Reported ( A t Mercy Hospital)--Girl to Mr. and Mrs. Don SeriUhl. 2V1 lib N.B., Sulur- ilaj'l cirl' tu Mr. anil Mrs. John F. I'loii- »lcy. lit 3rd N.W.. S a t u r d i y j bo- to Mr. and Mrs. Johu Kunkrrt. 101 Tennessee S. K., S u n d a y ) tirl In Mr. and Mrs. Gerald J e f f r e y , R o c k w e l l , S a t u r d a y girl lo Mr. and Mrs. Leonard McUulre, 509 i'olk fluce S.W., Suudityt boy to Mr. and Mr*. Lawrence Tanner, Huute 1. Mason City, Sun- J i y ; f-irl lo Mr. and Mrs. Her! Coon; Ml 8lh N . K . , M o n d a y ; ( I r l to Mr. and Mrs. Carl Intone, trf Hampshire N.li., Mond a y . ' ( A i I'ark Hospital)--Boy to Mr. and Mrs. N'urrli O. Ausenlmes, Jolcc, Sunday. Police Court Drunk Driving--Kdlvaril O. Hose, Itoulc I, Mason Oily, bound to grand Jury, r«- leased uu 5150 bond. · Careless Driving--Leo A. Olrres, !.'8, Route 1. Mason City, forfeited $13 bond. Disorderly Conduct--Milton (i. CUrk, 30, Home ::. Forest C i t y , f o r f e i t e d S.'S bond. Noil* Support--Marlon K. Glesseman, 3D, (III 1st S.K.. arrested on warrant from Troy, O., released on 51,000 bond. Selling Magazines Without a Permit-Helen A. Krlvanee, :.'?, K u n e r f , Itl.i Kkli- ard L. Culp, '1(1. Davenport; Pauline 11. Harris, XI, North Kansas C i t y , M o . t De lorls M. Kettoralb, 18, Meyer, la., each forfeited SIO bond. Speeding--Heail Ei - Jolin.lon, !i!, 1511 A i i a m i N.W., forfeited 810 bond. Shootllif Fireworks--Donald G. Simon, I I , Waterloo, f o r f e i t e d S'ii boiul. Illegal l.cf» Turn--M.I), llarth, 27, Tirecne. forfeited SLt bonu. I n l o x l c u l i o n -- J a m e s U. Royd, HO, 2:^5 2nd S.W., paid $10 am! costs; Clifford O. C.odl- uiul, Mason City. Sit) and costs or tliree l a y s ! Francis M. Ashford, :17. J l ! l Con- lecllcut N.E.! W i l s o n I,, llertrlolt, 1!T. Koute I. Mason Cltj-; Sidney E. Jorteiison. - I I , A u s t i n ; Frank M". Percy, »'^, Nora Springs! E. Ileynolds, SI, Stanlon Hotel, cacli f o r f e i t e d S15 -bonds. O v e r t i m e Parking--Norman Tlarsuess, !»(·; N. FeUeral; William' Tappaa, 71il lUlh 'U.K.: It. D. K e l l y , lltts 1st S . W . ; Art Rodriquez. 'JIVi S. Federal; Tom Mcllvain, Haute I, Mason City; Isailorc Stephanl. -1'iH lib N.E.! Mri. Glen Oarnas. Ken.ielti Jack t i a f f n e y , Itoulc !l. Mason C i t y ; Dale Weber, 11 Olobc-GiuallB pliolos by Mussev OFF FOR McCOY --Looking: from the windows of the bus taking them to Camp'McCoy, Wis., for the annual encampment of thci 410th Infantry Division of the Organized Reserves are, from left, Pfc. Darold Schmock, M, Sgt. Ray Stcphenson and Cpl, Albert Rn- bio, all of Mason City, The group, members o£ Company F, 4.10th I n f a n t r y Division, left Mason City Sunday morning. Guard Back From Camp in Wisconsin Twenty-seven officers and men of Company F, 410th Infantry Ilog- imcnt, Mason City's viflc unit of tho 103rd Infantry Division of the Organized Reserves, Monday be?an two weeks of training nt C a m p McCoy, \Vis. The Mason City group, :i cadre unit,, loft Sunday inoniing by bus ind private cars for McCoy, where they joined more t h a n 3,000 members of tho Iowa-Minnesota 103rd Infantry Division' and nine non-divisional units from seven other mid-wustcrn states. As the Organized Reserves begun its training program at McCoy, the Iowa-Nebraska 34th Infantry Division, including Hciulquurlcr.s Company and Company H, and Battalion of. Mason City, returned home from its annual two-week encampment. "Father of the Bride" to Be First Little Theater Play; Tryouts Set Next Monday ~iM 18lli S.E.; I.ars Route .1, Mrs. Halphide Services Held Rites Conducted at Mason City C h a p e l Services for Mrs. C. C. Halphide, 7S, were held Saturday afternooon at the Major Memorial Chapel, with Stuart N. Grummon, first reader, First Church of Christ, Scientist, officiating. Mrs. Roy Servison was organist. Mrs. D. A. Davis and Mrs. C. L. Loomer were in charge of flowers. Pallbearers were Roy Felt, D. A. Davis, John Miller, W. H. Dresser, Orla Buchanan and August Johnson. Members of the Eastern Star-attended 1 the services in a group. Interment was at Memorial Park Cemetery. The Major Funeral Home was in charge. Mason City; Arden Evans, '-Mil l.oulsana S.B.. each forfeited SI. Iinproper Parkinfr--Roy h. Dunn. Dc.s Moincs; M. I.eroy A x c e n , 701 Ith S.W.; l.eo Chisholm, V". inil N.U"., each forfeited $1. Double Parking--Mason t'ity Warehouse, A. W i l l i a m s , Dc.s Mollies; IMS 8th S.K.I Dennis H a l l c j . 0011 -Ith S.W.i Henry each forfeited K. Keeker, S h e f f i e l d . Marriage Licenses CartEon Francis M u l l a n e y , 4H. and Kthcl Mullen Hay, 17. h o l h of St. V n i i l s Clyde I l r a d l c y W i l l i a m s , ·-!!, and B e a t r i c e Marie H o l d e r . botli of SI. I'aul; Uuaue M. Ilaiin. 30, ApUneton, and Jinnnle Teeter, Inwn Falls. Divorces Granted C O R R E C T I O N -- Betty Groli was grant d i v o r c e from Anffust ',TO!I J r . . a not vice versa, as reported In Saturday's Globe-Gazelle. Realty Transfers Marlln. K. I. and afae «'., to (truce !·'. Tarliox and Nancy I,., jt. ten., SI, (WI» f.ot 1. ISIk. It In Cheney's Palrneter's S. Add. to C. l.ake, ex. S. ;:r, feet of Lot I, »-S-.Vi. A l a n o l l s , r,enr|;c. ID C l a r e n c e Kransen, St., ( W D ) Lot '« and Ihe E',i of l.ol »l In lllk. :, Home I'ark Add. to M. C., 8-l:l-W. Granddaughter of Mr. 7 Mrs. Laurie Dies in California Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Laurie, 1204 2nd S. W., have received word of the death of a granddaughter. The baby, born to Mr. and Mrs. Donald Klitsch of Spring Valley, Calif., died at birth Sunday. Mrs. Klitsch was Frances Laurie before her marriage. This was their second child, the first one dying shortly after birth six years ago. Rose Freed On Bond; Charge Drunk Driving Edward G. Rose, G2, Route 1, Mason City, has posted a $750 bond and been released after being charged with drunk driving. The charge was filed in Police Judge B. R. Dunn's court by highway patrolmen. They arrested Rose early in the morning of Aug. 3 a mile north of Mason City'on High- Mrs. Studyvin * Dies at Home Services to Be at W i n n i p e g , Canada Mrs. E. E. Studyvin, 75, (nee Harriet VanEvory Hill) of RFD 2, Clear Lake, died at a Mason City nursing home at 7:15 a.m., Sunday, following a long illness. Mrs. Studyvin was born Sept. 29, 1873, at Apple River, 111., the daughter of David E. and Anna Goldsborough VanEvery. S h e moved to Chapin with her family in 1880 and was married there lo Fred Hill, June 1, 1894. They made their first residence in Arkansas, and Dion moved to Canada, where they spent considerable time until the death of Mr Hill in 1933. Mrs. Hill returned lo the United Stales in 1945. She was married to 33. E. Study vin June 15, 1947, and they scttlcc on a farm home near Clear Lake She was a member o£ the Congre gational Church at Chnpin and th Queen Rcbekah Lodge 10G. Surviving are her husband, ii Clear Lake; two sons, Brian Hill and .Percy Hill, and a daughter Mrs. Everett (Margarite) Kerna han, all of Winnipeg, C a n a d a ; grandchildren; seven great grand children a n d a brother, George VanEvery, Mason City. She was preceded in death by a son, Martin, and a sister, Mrs. Jo scphine Hazelton. The body will lie in state at th McAuley and Son Funeral Horn until noon Tuesday, and will thci be taken to Winnepeg, Canada where services will be held Thurs day afternoon at Park View Unitec Church in Winnipeg. Intermcn will be at St. James Cemetery The McAuley a n d Son Funcra Home is in charge. D R I V E R F I N E D BRITT--Leonard Rust of Kanawha was fined $15 and costs in Mayor H. E. Metiers court on charges of illegal parking and m a k - ing an illegal U turn. Marshals L. M. Naser and Kobic Hemmen made the arrest. Patrolmen said Rose's auto was weaving on the road and they had difficulty stopping him. At the station, they said, Rose admitted having "a few too many drinks" when he declined a blood lest. The bagpipe is regarded as Asiatic in origin and is counted among the most ancient of music-makers, says the National Geographic So- |ciety. Mrs. G. Denzel Rites Tuesday Services to Be at Mason City Chapel Mrs. George Denzel, 7-1, of 63 Terscy S. E., died early Sunda morning at a Mason City hospita 'ollowing an illness. She had bee a resident of Mason City 3'! year? gof s 200ofHFC to pay o Idb Wl fhout endorsers! '/OO a/ HFC /( payments for 30 d or no ays $300 on signature, car or furniture. Fast service! R e p a y m e n f plans arranged to fit your in- come.Take6,12,18 orup Jo 20 montfis to repay. MONEY WHEM VOU NEED ITI CaiH You Gflf * $50 100 150 200 .100 M O N T H L Y P A Y M E N T PLANS 20 fiaymlf $ G.7: 10.1^ i3.:ts ]).67 m fiaymtt S 7.29 10.9J M.-I8 21.33 12 fraymtl s r.o3 10.07 15.10 20.03 29.68 (, Paymtt k 9.24 J8.-18 27.73 se.as M.90 Payments include charges of J% ftr niomh ttn ffiat farf ofabatarxt not exceeding S15O, and -% Per month on thai part of a balance in rxctssofflSO. HOUSEHOLD FINANCE - C^o-o^ffTft.'o'ft, - : - _ LAST-MINUTE RUSH --Packing a barracks bag before their departure for Camp McCoy are Cpl. Donald J. Cuellar, Route 2, Clear Lake, (left) and Sfc. Dale Lahner, Sheffield, members of Company F, Mason City's unit of the Organized Reserves. Mrs. Denzcl was born Sept. 23 877, at Forest City, the rtaughic of Mr. nnd Mrs. Andrew Drugg. She was married to George Denzcl Inn. 8, J8.99, at Forest City. They made their home at Garner until 918. when the f a m i l y moved lo Mnson City. She was a member of the First Methodist Church. Surviving are her husband, a son, D e a n ; a daughter, Mrs. Victor ( R u t h ) Ostby, Mason City; five grandchildren and three great grandchildren. Also s u r v i v i n g are two brothers, harles and Albert, and three sisters, Mrs. Thomas Mocn, Mrs. John A. Olson, and Mrs. Kliss -harlson, all of Forest City. F u n e r a l services will he held at the Major Memorial Chapel, Tuesday at 2 p. m., with Doctor Lloyd A. Guslafson, pastor of the First Methodist Church, officiating. Interment will be at Madison Cemetery near Forest City. The Major Funeral Home is in charge. Files $3,160 Accident Suit for Daughter A suit, fot §3,100.71 has been filed n district court by Charles P. Miler for his daughter, M a r y Lou Miller, against George Linne as an outgrowth of an accident xScpt. 30, 1051. Miller charges lhat the mishap, ,vhich happened, t h r e e ' m i l e s west of Mason City on the Sugar Beet Road, caused injuries to Mary Lou forcing her lo lose 34 weeks and foil rdays of work costing her $'150 in salary and incurring a $210.71 medical and hospital bill. lie also asked $2,500 for pain and suffering. operating his car at a h i g h , excessive and dangerous rale of speed when it left Ihe road and wcjil into the ditch. It charges t h a t Linne "did not'have his car under control and that he was under the influence of intoxicating liquor." The tblnl attendance at McCoy's summer training program, which began on ,lune 15, was boosted to inoro than 26,000 with'the arrival of the 103rd Infantry. Division of the Organized Reserves. Cactus Division Nicknamed the Cactus Division, the 103rd has 127 active units, 18 of them from Minneapolis. It is commanded by Maj. Gen. George H. Olmstcd, DCS Moincs, who moved from assistant division commririUcr to commander in November, 1051, shortly after the retirement of Maj. Gen. Hanford MacNidcr of Mason City. Col. Harold E. Price, who wns chief of staff when the 103rd trained at McCoy last sumincr, now is assistant division commander. Miij. Hines Mount, Mason City, is division provost m a r s h a l , Officers of Mnson City's Company F are Capl. Tony M a g u a n i anil 1st LI. David Patrick. Group Listed Other members of the group include: Master sergeant--Ray E. Steph- cnson, Mason City. Sergeants first class--Glenn F. Fuller, Wesley; kob'crt N. Jorgcn- son, Fertile; Dale P. L'aimer, Sheffield and Paul L. Hcinz and Gabriel B. Wileh Jr., both of Mason City. Sergeants--Robert D. Suby, Fertile, and A l v i n . J . Jensen, D u l o C . M c C a u l l e y ' a n d Thomas Patlcc, all of Mason City. Corporals -- Donald ,T, Cucllar, Clear Lake; Clarence R. Kirchhoff, Sheffield, and Walter P. Bender, Larry Cunningham ami Albert HubJo, all of Mason City. Privates first class--Darrcll Arnold, Osage; Robert J. Lindsuy r Nora Springs', and R a m o n L. Holt, William L. Nicholas, Pat C. Patrick, Darold L. Schmocfc, Carl E. Swaim, Ellsworth B. Tcvis and John H. Umbargur, Mason City. Private--Dean, L. Suby, Fertile. Charles T. Morrison Jr., the new director of the Mason City Little Theater, Monday announced the five plays the organisation will present this season, · l Tryouls for the first play, 'Father of the Bride," will be held next Monday and Tuesday. They arc scheduled for 7:30 p.m. at the Little Theater Studio, KJ'A N. Federal. 'Father of the Bride" will he prescnte'd at the High School Avidi- ioriuni Sept. 30, Oct. 1 and 2. Other plays to bo presented by the Lilllc Thcutcr are: 'Ang.l Street," Nov. 4, S and 6; "Born Yesterday," Jan. 20, 21 and 22; "The Heiress," March 3, 4 and 5; "Harvey," Apr^l 21, 22 and 23, Morrison said ho and the Little Theater board of. directors believed the lineup--three comedies nnd two dramas--will bo suitable for the entire family, "Tho plays were- chosen with the family in mind," he said, "and \yo Hope lhat entire families will purchase season tickets nnd sittcnd Iho plays."; Season tickets this year nro selling for the same price as lasl--$4. Student tickets again are $2.50, Kenet I'carce, Mason City real estate salesman, is heading a subscription campaign anil the Little Theater organization hns scheduled a meeting at his home, 2 Circle Ter- CHARLES T. MORRISON JR. Coal-carrying self-unloading lake vessels can discharge their cargoes at the rate of 2,100 tons per hour. The petition charges Linne with| QUALITY SERVICE at Katz Cleaners and Tailors 1 Day Service Everyday, If You Wish. Call For and Deliver 27 First S. W. Phone 523 race, Wednesday .evening ntS'ixm. to discuss plans for the ticket drive. Th« n»w director of tht LIHIt Thaater said h# hopes to introduce ritw taltnt and personalities in th« five playi. Th«r» are torn* 20 part* in "Father of the Bride" and Morrison said casting the play will be * difficult task. He urged all who are Interested in the theater to turn out. All of the plays to be presented this year have been on tho screen. "Angel Street" In tho motion picture version was called "Gas Light." U is a,psychological melodrama that, takes place in the Vic- torian'poriqd. "The Heiress" also is a period play. The drama lakes place in the 1870s. The three comedies are modern. "Born Yesterday" has heavy political undertones aml was selected especially foe election year presentation. Morrison brings lo the Mason City Little Theater a solid academic background in theater work. He is 27 and recently received an M.'A. Degree in tho theater at Norihwesl- crn University. He was 'graduated from the University of Illinois in February, 1050, with'a'B.A. Degree nnd majored there in drama. Mrs. Morrison, ( the former Mar-' jory Hnlvorsen, also majored in drama at the University of Uliriois.- Shc wns^,general; mnnager" of' the IHIni Theater Guild, the main dra- matlc organization o f , t h e University o£ Illinois. She will'assist'her husband In all the productions,, The bagpipe "drones," or tubes, arc capable of only one note. ADAMS PRESCRIPTION PHARMACY i "Where PhdrmacY la a Profession" 21 E. State St. PHONE 872 POLIO, CANCER PROTECTION - i . For $10.00 a year you and . your, family can buy, protection of. your financial status 7 against Polio, Cancer) and 6 other Dread Diseases. See us'' now. ' ' TRY A G-G CLASSIFIED AD! FOR THE FfRST TIME! 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