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February 23, 1954

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 24

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^·-"» ' . P0b. 23/ 17Ji NIMH CUr Cfobft-Cakcltc, Mason City, U. Herring Lauds Washington of f j, * i ' Imperial Mold \Clyde - E. Herring; 38, Des Moines, Democratic candidate for ? Governor, in 'speaking before the North Iowa Builders Exchange .-Monday night at the VFW Club on the* occasion of, George Washington's birthday, related a few historical facts as they might apply to the present day. Herring, who is a student of , "Washington's -life, having 76 volume's of the letters written by the ! first President of the country, pointed out that to be called "The Father of Our Country," Washington. stood out among the gianis of his times, The young lowan agreed with Robert Irfgersoll that America "speaks of Washington as a stajtue and of the- man we know but little. . , , - ; . Classifies People /··People of History-"may be class! 'fied in four categories, according to Herring: The nobodies, who are needed to make the progress and bear the brunt of the marches and campaigns; those above the nobodies, who are remembcrec but not. too widely known; those who are different, such as a Sampson or Nero; and those who are of the imperial mold, who really contributed to the progress of mankind, such as the Ceasars, Napoleon and, in our times, Winston Churchill. "Washington, known as the Father of Our Country, was not at heart a rebel," said Herring. "He was known as a Revolutionary general, but he began' his life as a soldier of the king, son of a southern planter and far from the rebels of the north in his ideals. Not Rebel at Heart "There was nothing revolution-! ary about Washington, but he had the courage to overthrow the con- . of the south when he recognized' the need for change." "After the revolution he re turned to the plpnt^tion again and lived there'until called to Philadelphia to take over as the first President, and h e " was the onlj President who couldn't blame anything on to 'the previous administration." Herring said that Washington asked the people what they wanted and how much they were willing to pay for it. He realized there could be no freedom for anyone unless there was freedom for all-and he realized that taxation without representation was tyranny. Need for Nobodies "World events have forced us to rediscover the meaning and significance of Washington's life in making our form of government different. Why shouldn't we apply his principles for the government of our state? "It is needful in Iowa today that we nobodies be faithful to the imperial mold of Washington, that we have the vision of the revolutionary pioneers and overcome our own natural reluctance to change, that we recognize a need in our state government for in- tellectual'study. _ "It is up to -us to seek a solution for the problems of our state, for -only we, the people, are its power an.cl U.S. hope,". Herring was introduced by Jim Gallogly.. Park Itinard presided. DIES IN WISCONSIN ALTA VISTA--Peter Hentges and Reynold Hentges of this place, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hilsman, Mr. and Mrs. Hob Convray of Ehna, went to Wisconsin Rapids, Wis., where on Monday they attended the funeral of Mrs. Ben Dclsing, 62, who dice there. Thursday. She was a sistei of Peter Hentges and Mrs. Hilsman. DIES IN CALIFORNIA CHARLES CITY--Mrs. George Uetchor, of Charles City, received vord Saturday of the death of her brother-in-law, Edward Fletcher, 17, Nonvalk, Calif. Death was at- ributed to a heart condition. Bural will be in Nonvalk. 2% INTEREST On 12 Month Certificates of Deposit, Minimum 5500 FIRST NATIONAL BANK MASON CITY, IOWA -- FOUNDED IN 1869 Invested Capital more than $1,600,000.00 A GOOD BANK TO TIE TO Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation George E. Bradd Service Thursday at Shenandoah Funeral services for George E. Bradd, 89, who died at the IOOF Home Sunday, will be held Thursday at Shenandoah. The body was taken to the C. E. Uuntz Funeral Home at Shenandoah. SULLIVAN RITES HELD LATIMER--Funeral services for Robert M..Sullivan, 58, employe of the Great Lakes Pipeline, were held al the Methodist Church Saturday, the llev. E. A. Cochell of Geneva officiating. Burial was'in the Alexander cemrtery: He died at a hospital in Bclmond Feb. 17. Death was due to a heart ailment. He was a member of the American Legion at Lalimer. Survivors include a step-son, a sister, a brother and two half-sisters. Match books were used as an advertising medium by 19 per cent more companies during the first nine months of 1953 than in the comparable period of 1952, the Match Industry Information Bureau announced. Former Oliver Workman Dies CHARLES CITY--Funeral services for George Kapkii, 61, who died'at noon Monday in the CcdaV Valley Hospital here, are ' t e n t a - tively set for 2 p. m. Thursday at the Hauser Funeral Home, with the Rev. Walter M. Fritschel, pastor of St. John Lutheran Church, officiating. Burial will be in Sun- 4 Day Sale! of O'BRIEN RUBBERIZED SATEEN Sale Prices Good Wed. - Thurs. - Fri. - Sat. Only Gallons Regular 5.29 SALE PRICE GALLON $ 4 QUARTS. Reg. 1.70 SALE PRICE · Redi-mixed ... easy lo use · Apply with brush or roller · Dries amazingly fast Extra washable -- scrubbable Uniform, velvety sheen Many smart exciting colors Made with emulsified synthetic rubber. Sateen provides a beautiful, durable finish to the interior surfaces over which it is used. Almost anyone can apply it with brush or roller. If is economical to use ... economical to maintain. , BE AN EARLY BIRD ... DO YOUR INTERIOR DECORATING NOW SALE PRICES GOOD THIS WEEK ONLY ·, ' ' v SHEPHERD'S PAINT WALLPAPER 77 First S.E. Phon« 1362 The D A N D Y . . . Mohair and Alpaca Town Suit Distinguished diagonal detail on a lovely imported fabric that holds its crisp lines... large pearl b u t t o n s m a r k t h e d o u b l e - breasfed closing . white pique blouse ond cuff*-. , . pencil skirt. Sizes 8 to 18, Cinnamon, Chocolate, Navy, B l a c k , D f o r Blue, 79.95 Other Suits from $25 If it's unexpected, expect it from The look of importance ihis Spring-Anne Fogarty's nr for spec.al occasions. You'll love the moulded contour into; gentle fullness; the while linen facing pecking slightly from beneath neckline and sleeves. In navy y rayon taffeta with white linen. Sizes 5-15.^ $25 Fashion Centre nyside Memory Gardens, near Charles City. . : Mir. Kapka, machinist at the Oliver Corp. plant here for many years, had been a patient at the hospital since Feb. 12, undergoing major surgery there the past week. Survivors include his wife, the former Bessie Guiick Krucgcr; a step-son, Ronald Krueger, in the service in Korea; two daughters, Mrs. Don Graff, Tonawanda, N, Y., and Mrs. Audrey Webber,'Lin- coln, Neb., ami two brothers, Frank/Charles City, and Henry, Saginaw, Mich. Mr. Kapka was a member of St. John Lutheran Church. Last Rites Monday for Kenseft Infant KENSETT -- Funeral .services for Bruce Van Sabbcn, 14-month- old son of Mr. and Mrs. Philip Van Sabben.were held Monday a t ' t h e Conner Funeral Home at Northwood. The chijd died suddenly at the home of his parents southwest of Kcnsett Friday. Surviving besides the parents are two sisters, Carolyn, .4', and Janet 3, maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. John Dca'rduff, Rockwell,'.'and paternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Van*'Sabbcn, Northwood. 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