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Wednesday, August 20, 1952
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Mitchell County Fair Wil I Open at Osage Thursday - · "" . , . , ,. ,,_. , , . 1 -X- , 1 ' M. r ,· y · · __ j l t T _ L ^ l .,_:.__. ^, _ _ r . | _ _ _ . ; -\^_ .'. _ ' _ _ _ _ . _ . ' ' _ . . . ; _ . ' ' ^^^^ '' . · ' -. ^* -· Square Dance Aug. M, mi 3??. M»i«n CIl? OUbe-G*»lU, M»»M CKj, la. CONRAD GISSELQUIST Plan Bible Sessions at Eagle Grove EAGLE GROVE--The 15th anniversary Lutheran Bible conference will be held beginning Sunday at G r e e n w o o d through Sept. 1. Park, continuing Speaking will be four leaders in the work of the sponsoring organ ization, the Lutheran Evangelistic Movement. These include the Rev. Eyald J. Conrad, the Rev. J. 0 Gissclquist, and the Rev. A. E Windahl of Minneapolis, Minn., anc the Rev. L. G. Hinderaker of Es therville. Music will be furnished by Wil Ham Windahl of Fergus Falls Minn., and the Messengers male quartet. The latter will be at the conference only on Labor Day. Sunday sessions arc listed for 11 a. m., 2:30 and 8 p. m. On week days the schedule is 10:30 a. in., 2 and 8 p. in. E. L. Scotvold, well known Lulh eran evangelist of National City Calif., and one of the founders o the Eagle Grove conference, wil not be able to speak at this anni versary week. In past years this conference has attracted visitors from 30 to 50 sur rounding communities.' Old Landmark at Britt Torn Down BRITT--One of Britt's old land marks, the frame building jus west of the First State Bank; wa torn down by Dr. D. F. Shaw, own er of the building. Dr. Shaw plan to build an office building on th · site at a later date. The old building was erectei about the year 1896. It was bein used as a postoffiee in 1900 whe; L; G. Roberts came to Britt. Late it was used as a tailor shop by th late Paul Schesburg, and for se\ oral years as the sales office of th late Adolf Anderson, whose bak ery building joined it on the north but was later removed. Then Albert Durnin ran a pro duce business there for man years. At one time it was used a a real estate office by the late Jo Bullis and A. W. Dana. to Open Event Entertainment to Be of Highest Quality OSAGE--A free grandstand eri- erta'inment Thursday evening : \vil! fficially open the Mitchell County 'air under the direction of Presi- ent Al Chrislensen. A square arice will feature the opening ight. There will be, more than 100 in prizes in competition, Special entertainment F r i d a y vill include the "Grand Ole Opry," tarring liusly Gabbard. .;· Indians Appear Steele's Frontier Days including :hief Split Cloud and his troupe f Iroquois Indians will appear laturday. Entertainment Sunday will fea- ure Ted Weeks' Amateurs on Tour rom the ABC radio network and VBC TV network. Thursday will be entry day for most exhibits of a general nature. The 4-H girls entered their cx- libits on Tuesday and judging was o he completed by Wednesday. The 4-H girls' style revue was to be at 7:30 p. m. Wednesday, it. will also be presented to the grandstand audience Thursday evening. The vinner will compete at the Iowa State Fair Sunday. Senior 4-H girls' demonstrations will be held Thursday at 9 a. m. and junior demonstrations Friday at 9 a. m. Nine 4-H boys' learns will demonstrate at the fair Friday at 7:30 p. m. Four teams will enter slate competition--Iwo at the State Fair and two at the Waterloo Dairj )attle Congress. Judge Livestock The junior livestock judging con .est will be at 2 p. m. Thursday 3aby beef judging at 8:30 a. in Friday. Junior dairy is at 9 a. m Friday and atUhe same hour open class swine. Afternoon judging Friday will in elude junior purebred swine, jun !or lamb, open class dairy, open class beef and fruits, grains ant vegetables. At 7:30 p. m. will take place the 4-H demonstralion con test. Saturday at 8:30 a. m. junio: market swine will be judged. The The livestock parade will tak place at 7:30 p." m. before the grandstand. The sale of baby beef market swine and lambs wUl tak place Monday at 9 a. m. Sponsors Bak« Sal* LELAND--The Martha Circle o Our Savior's Lutheran Church wil sponsor a bake sale Saturday at p. m. at the Gunderson Grocery in Leland. WESLEY--The Mike Arndorfer and August Studers left Tuesda for a two weeks' trip to California GRAND CHAMPION PIG--"Don;-Bernard, second-year FFA student at Eagle Grove High School, took top honors in the market pig division at the Eagle Grove. District- Fair with his 193-pound Black Poland China barrow. ·Re- serve champion was Avon by n Chester White barrow, owned ami showed by Roger Faulkner, Eagle.Grove. Doing Good Often Hurts, Jones Finds CHARLES CITY -- Calvin II. Jones almost decided that trying .0 do a good deed has too much backfire for him. Jones, standing on a stool, tried to untangle a fish ,ng line for some youths from some ;elephohe lines at the back of his domicile on the bank of the Cedar River. He found that he could nol reach high enough on the chair stepped down off the chair to get a stepladdcr. As he stepped down, the hook on the line caught him in the flesh} part of the right ear and pulled clear through, causing a very painful injury. Undaunted he wen to the police station, wiping blooc from the injured ear, obtain slepladdcr and finally untanglec the line to the great delight of th young anglers. The last previous injury sustainei by Jones trying to do a good deed- was about a year ago. Whil standing at the window of his home facing the river, he saw a yotitl throw a small kitten over the guarc rail p of the Main Street bridge into the river. The frightened kitten was able to reach some rocks that were not submerged, meowing piteously all the while. Jones could not stand the sounc of the hapless kitten and went to the nearby fire station where with he help of Tony Colonhese, a boa vas rowed out to the kitten's refuge nd it was taken shivering into tho ioat. On the way. back to shore he kitten sunk all of its teeth into he arm of Jones just above the vrist, causing a painful injury. Jones took the kitten, placed it in a grass sack in some excelsior so would not freeze during th light on the outside of his home and next day found a^iome for it. Delightfully fashioned of fabulous furs!! See These Gorgeous New Styles at LYONS Preview of Fall Fur Fashions Including the laiest 1952-53 fur fashions at prices that are the Icwest in years. Buy now . . , take advantage oE these values. Northern Seal from $199.OO Mendoza Beaver Persian Paw, black or grey . . . from Muskrats from Chekiang Lamb, brown or grey . .. Mouton Grey Persian Lamb 189.OO 179.00 199.00 269.OO 149.00 599.OO ALL P R I C E S INCLUDE F E D E R A L TAX Let Lyons Master Furriers RESTYLE YOUR OLD FUR COAT into a FUR CAPE or JACKET Open Any Evening by Appointment BUY 3 WAYS: CASH - CHARGE or LAY-AWAY MEETINGS In North Iowa ·pll MONT-- The Amvet Auxiliary will meet Wednesday evening Aug. 27, at the Chester Card homo. LKLAND -- The next regular meeting of the Ladies Aid of Our Savior's Lutheran Church will be icld in the church parlor Thursday, Aug. 21. · · ,, . · . ' · : . i COULTER-- Helping Hand Society will meet at, the home of Mrs, varl Guldberg Aug. 27 at 2:15 p. m. JOICE-- The Concortlln Ladies Aid will meet Friday with Mrs. Jorgen Brunsvold and Mrs. Duayne Dahlby. RUDD-- WSCS will meet .Thurs- lay at the churcli. COULTER-- The Nazareth Luth eran Sunday school stuff will meet at the M. G. Johansen home Aug. 26 at 8 p. m. JOICE -- The Junior L u t h c r League is planning an outing at Clear Lake Sunday afternoon. SWEA CITY -- Baptist Guild groups will meet as follows: Group one with Mrs. George Butterflekl Jr., Helen Gcerdos assisting; Group two will have a polluck lunch nt Guild hall, both meetings being on Aug. 22. postponed till Aug. Group three, 29, will meet with Mrs. E. E. Thompson. JOICE-- The Bethany Ladies Aid will meet Thursday with Mrs. Orland Relnsmocn and Mrs. Oscar Thompson;. Charles City Briefs Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Hoger and AVO children, Norman and Mary Beth of Phoenix, Ariz., are visiting Mr. Hogcr's parents, Mr. and Mrs, II. A. Hoger, 103 Sprlgg Street. The Knights of Columbus ladies dinner will be served at 6:30 p. m. Thursday at the K. C. club rooms. Mr. and Mrs. John Doolittle and family are vacationing at Cross Lake, Minn. Mrs. Gladys Ackers was to return to the University Hospitals al Iowa City Tuesday for a checkup. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Majewski oJ Greene are the parents of a son and Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Landers also of Greene, are the parents of a daughter born at the Cedar Valley Hospital over the weekend. Mrs. Don Malvern and daughter Mary Don oC Manchester, visltec relatives and friends in Charles City Monday. Mrs. Jennie Emerson and daughter, Laura, of Marion, Ind., are visiting friends and relatives in Charles City and vicinity. Stanley DeKoveh of Hermosa Beach, Calif., is visiting his mother, Mrs. Sophia Undem, and his broth er-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bishop, 309 Third Avenue. Mrs. Lena Gregory, 209 Mi Main Street, returned Friday from San Francisco, CaJif., where she was called by the death of her sister, Mrs. Kalhryn Clemmont. The Happy Hour Club meeting has been postponed from Aug. 20 to Aug. 27. The group will meet with Mrs. Ada Kock at RockforcL Mr. and Mrs. Elwyn Katcher and family and Mrs. Charles Katcher, rural, left Saturday, for Carrol!, to visit Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Brown and famiiy. Mr. Brown \vn.s ex tension director here about five years ago. Mrs. Brown is the former Marian Katcher. Mrs. H. G. Gerling and daughter, B a r b a r a , 80Hi North Main Street were to leave Monday for a vacation in Chicago, 111. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Ortman anc daughter, Nancy, GOO Fifth Avenue left Saturday for a week's vaca tion at St. Paul, Minn. Boatswain First Class J. F. Brod- reck left by plane from Waterloo for duty at San Francisco, Calif Mrs. Brodrcck and daughter wil make their home in Charles Citj with her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Charles Cross, 013 E. Street. Mr. and Mrs. DcWayne Wesse! and daughter, Janet, Augusta, Ga. are visiting in their parents homes Mr. and Mrs. Tom Kccfc, 106 Ferguson Street, and Mr. and Mrs G. F. Wessel, 400',^ North Gram! Avenue. Mrs. Wcsel is the former Nancy Kcefc, Charles.City. Leonard Lloyd, 300 Fifteenth Avenue, has been admitted to the Spears Chiropractic Sanitarium and Hospital at Denver, Colo. Tomato Grower Comes Up With Two Pounder CHARLES CITY--Tomatoes are taking the spotlight nowadays. EC Keller of Charles City said he was tired of hearing about those xmnd tomatoes that are bcint rown around this area, so he came p with a 2 pound Ponderosa, fo :ielr consideration and envy. Hold Rites Thursday for Mrs. Dale Hewitt FREDER1CKSBURG -- Funera! services for Mrs. Dale Hewitt, 22 will be held Thursday at the Rich field Lutheran Church. She died a a hospital in New Hampton after a short illness. She was born Shirley Pleggen kuhl, daughter of Louis and Norma Pleggenkuhl on Jan. 7, 1930, a Hawkeye. On Aug. 7, 1949, she was married to Dale Hewitt. ' Survivors include her husband one son, Gregory, her parents, a brother, Richard, of Hawkeye, ^ .sister, her maternal grandpare'nts Mr. and Mrs. George Hucke o Fredericksburg and her patema grandfather, Henry Pleggenkuhl, o Hawkeye. r. List Faculty for Schools at Swea City SWEA CITY--Aug. 26 will he the irst day of school, but will include only n half-tiny, of classes. School vlll be dismissed for tho dny at loon, with buses returning tho \mils to their homos at thnt tlinc. Die h,ot lunch program will begin hb next day. Aug. 27, with Minos. Gertrude Bcek, Henry .Johnson, Julius Hill, Nnda Pehrson nnd Wnl- aco Schfleffcr as cooks. Tho bus .drivers include JUilo Svcmlson, Uoss Elliott, h-an 121- lott, Elmer Svvanson, Clayton Roal- SOM -ami Alvin 'Bock. Jens Mogcn- en nnd Junior Doocy continue as custodians. Twenty-three teachers, tho cst number hero to date, will instruct what promises to bo the .argcst enrollment in the school's history. Most of last year's teach ers aro returning. The 1952-5:1 stuff is as follows; Kindergarten, Wamln Olson, Fen ton; first grade, Edith* Swanson Swea City; second grade, Marlon Orcmmcl, Burl; first and SCCOIH combination, J o y e c Greischiir Swea City; third grade, Beverly Schenck, Esthorvillo; third ; am fourth combination, Claudia Sit rum, Forest City; fourth grade Audrey Loofl, Swea City; fiftl grade, Mary Lee Cole, Burl; sixtl grade, Gwcn Jutting, Buffalo Con tor; seventh grade, Virginia Qunm Hake; ciglith grade, Brycc John son, Swea City. Grade vocal music and higl school English, Phyllis Johnson Swea City; home economics anc commercial, Mildred Johnson, Dp! liver; band nnd chorus, Cliniio vomarek, Swea City; vocational grlctilturc, Armond Ruppel»Swea )ity; mathematics and athletics, ·"red llaycn, Ochcydan; English, 'ramntics, girls' physical training, 'atricia Motter, Des' Moincs; bi- ilogy, drivers training, athletics, Paul Stunrt, Swoa City. , Industrial arts and world history, lerald Grcischar, Swea City; higl: chool principal and social science, Webb, Ames; speech anc learing therapist/ Dale -Biugham, Cedar Hapids; veterans' cm-Hie arm training, Donald Budtong, Ti onka; '.superintendent, E d w a r, d stcwart, Swea City; secretary to he superintendent, Lorraine Carr Swea City. Joicc Business Area Shows Improvements JCMCE--Heavy machinery. was at work most of tho .week digglhi ho basement for the new Jennings business place nnd also h'ripping Hit several foot of sidewalk whicl s being replaced. Business place doing this work include Abraham's store, Field's store, the Farmers"' Savings Bank and Aamodt Motor. Jompany. · · . . . · '· Work is continuing on the new rural telephone program. Cables have been laid and dial .phones are being installed daily. Glenn' Bergland, UTA manager , from Thompson slated that if the' work ,progresses as planned the new'dial'; system may be in use by Nov. 1; · Joice Club Girls Win Fair Ribbons |;, JOICE--A total of 28 blue ribbon's" 1 ' was won by the Bristol ^Happy Hustlers' 4-11 girl's club of Joice df' the Worth County Fair.- A demonstration on cherry pie by,Carole' Arneson and Marjorie Kalheim won a blue ribbon in the senior group · and they will give a demonstration/'* at the Cattle Congress at Water* · lOO, ' ; '·! Marilyn Lindflott and Marion Dahlby won a 6lue ribbon on their- demonstration "Liverloat" in, the Junior division. Vivien Aasland."' rated a blue ribbon on her cookie exhibit and was chosen to enter her exhibit at the Stale Fair, | I HOUSEHOLD HOW-TO-DO-ITS I+'s a/ To clean cut the petcock of your preosure cooker quickly and easily, use · pipe cleaner. .. .and for « faster shopping trip, first locate the products you. need in TELEPHONE DIRECTORY YELLOW PAGES "·uytri 1 Gu«V« far ft*rytn»" · \ ·' SEE IT D E M O N S T R A T E D at your dealer! Iff W IRONMASTER STEAM OR DRV PLUG-IN far STEAM just as you do for current Jff YOUR SUNBEAM DEALER: Let him demonstrate for you this nmazing new Sunbeam iron for both steam and dry ironing that's the same size and weight as a regular lightweight dry iron, 2% pounds. Think of ///Now, when you want to steam iron, you simply plug-in the water supply just as you do the electric current. You can switch from steam to dry ironing, and back again, as often as you wish. There is no filling or spilling. The water for steam is supplied from your bottle of distilled water, outside the iron. You get steam any time you want it, because the water is fed directly to the soleplate where it is instantly converted to steam. You never have to fill or empty this iron. It can't go dry in the midst of steam ironing. It gives you MORE steam and DEEP-STEAM penetration--steam gets down into thickest fabrics instantly, ironing out deep creases from woolens and rayons with tailor-like perfection. You get a constant EVEN steam-flow, without spurting, puffing or dripping. Onlyafteryou have seen this amazing new Sunbeam Combination Ironmaster DEMONSTRATED can you truly appreciate what a blessing it can be for you. , Ji

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