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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 11

Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, February 25, 1954
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Luther College Concert Band to Play at Lake Mills / * * -- . . _ _ O ^ "^ · i BK^Iilllil^ilfiOTI^il^iPMllM^flU' ^KM'mi^'.';i''il*i^*m^^^^ » . P.b. 25, 19S4 11, Mnon City 6lob«-O*MH«, Mae** Ctty, 1 Group Begins Its 76th Year Program Will Be at School Auditorium LAKR MILLS--The Luther Collego Concert Bund is to appear at the Lake Mills High School Auditorium Thursday, March 4, at 8 p.m., under the sponsorship of the Salem Lutheran Brotherhood of that 'community. S. T. Tweed county superintendent of schools! has been named general chairman in charge of arrangements. The Luther College Band, directed by W. I f . Noble and now on its 7(ith year, has been acclaimed from const to coast ana in a number of European cities as one of the outstanding bands of its kind. It has played concerts in most of the leading cities of this country and more than 150 concerts were given in northern and western Europe during two tours overseas. The Luther Band was one of the featured bands at the Chicago Century of Progress exposition. It was the only college band engaged to play at the Panama-Pacific exposition in San Francisco, where it played a two-week engagement. It was chosen to participate in the festivities in Norway when that country celebrated its 100th anniversary of independence. A number of members of the band are from this area, among them Ted Tweed, son of Mr. and Mrs. Tweed of Lake Mills. Others are: Barbara Nasctt, Clear Lake; June Tesch and Kalhryn Groth, St. Ansgar; Alice Johnson, Thompson; Marie Streyle, Garner; Truman Jordahl, Mason City, and Kathleen Zupp, Dale Mikkalson and Eugene Halverson, Bricclyn, Minn. Creamery at Fertile Ups Year's Output FERTILE -- T h e annual meeting of the Fertile Co-operative Dairy Association was held at the Consolidated School auditorium. L. B. Wolfe, NcJs Kilen and Henry Lovick were rc-elecied directors for three year terms. L. B. Wolfe was re-elected president and Henry Lovick, vice president. Stanley Zfrbei carries over another year as other directors Ex-Bus Queen Quits Claim to Farm Land CHARLES CITY--Mrs. Helen M. Brewer, who lives near Nashua, former "Iowa Bus Queen," has filed a^ quitclaim land deed in the county recorder's office here to Wade P. Clarke and J. Edgar Hoover. Neither are identified, in the deed but Clarke is her former attorney of DCS Moines, and Hoover is the chief of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, Washington, D. C. The land is 350 acres, lo- 'eated one mile south and one and one-half miles west of. Nashua and .was sold at sheriff's auction to Clarke last April 24. The land was described as the south 30 acres of the southeas quarter of Section 23, Township 94 north, Range 15, also the north west quarter of the southeas. quarter of Section 25, Township 94 north, Range 15, subject to the .use of the road cast one rod in width of northeast quarter of Sec tion 25 also cast one-half of north east quarter, Section 26, Township 94 north, Range 15. The quitclaim deed, according to recorder's office records, ap plies with the exception of home stead 40 acres of the land, as ex cmpted from the sheriff's sale "held April 24, 1953, at the court house, the intention being to con vey only that portion o£ above as sold by the Floyd County sheriff.' Mrs. Brewer's land was up for sale after a judgment was granted her former attorney, Clarke o; Des Moines, who had sued her for his attorney fees. secretary, are Leverne The Nei son, Irvin Hanson and Fred Luker. Report of last year's business showed there was an increase of 20,000 pounds of butter manufac lured over last year. Following the business meeting a program was given. The president, L. B. Wolfe, was master of ceremonies. Donald Roberts played the prelude on the piano and later sang two numbers and accompanied himself on the piano. Elaine Haugen sang and played the guitar . and , Marjorie Lund, Hanlontown, also played the guitar as she sang. Wendell Slokke accompanied by Mrs. Stanley Bricc sang "That Little Red School House" and gave several selections on a large harmonica and a very small one. William Maynard of Waterloo talked on advertising butter. C. L. Hackclman, Mason City, gave a talk on feeding of dairy calves. At a follow up meeting of the creamery board Edward Purcell was rehired for the fourth successive year as buttermaker and Norman Oswald .was given the contract for hauling cream. ' or wholesaler for the flags in this Church was to meet at the home area. The warning flag is mounted 0 1 Mrs ' Victor Groh at Thornton on a solid telescopic rod reaching Thursday afternoon 10 feet into the air from the base of the tractor. will retail them to the farmers They can be attached to any type tractor. '.The flags have been approved b} the Iowa Highway Patrol An ac live committee of the RYP has been working on this safety projec' for the year. Members are Bob Butler, Alvln Madson, Horace Hen drickson, Carl Citurs and Ear Backhaus. PLACE IN MUSIC FENTON--Four Fenton students were contestants in the grade school music contest held at Es- thervillc. Susan Hantelman, playing a baritone-euphonium solo, received a Division IT rating; .Janet Behnc, B-flat saxophone solo, Division II rating; Nor'ma Jean Larson, B-flat saxophone solo, Division I rating. Terry Juhl also received a first rating for a vocal solo. Mrs. Georgia Ann Voigt is their instructor. LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT " OF ADMINISTRATRIX STATE OF IOWA, Cerro Oordo County M, No. 8234. Notice \t hereby given, that · t h e under- alirncd hit been 'July appointed and qualified as Administratrix of the estate of Joseph B.Canfleld, Deceased^ late of Cerro Gordo County.,All persons 'Indebted to ·aid cslsle are requested · to mnko Imme- .rilale payment! 'and those having claims against the 'same" will present them, duly anttiontlcateri; to the undersigned for al- loivance, and file In the office of the Clerk of the Dlitrlct Court.. ETHYI,E CANFIELD · ' . B. R. DUNN, Attorney Dalcrt February Oth; 1934. S. H. MacPEAK. Clerk District Court . .By JO ANN.MULLEN, Deputy NOTICE OF AFFOIJJTMENT OF EXECUTOR STATE OF IOWA. C«rro Oordo County M. No. B231. l .. f . { · ;' Notice U hereby «lven, that, Ihc under- ·Jgned ha* been duly'appointed ami qualified as Executor of the estnlo of John If .Ooclz, Deceased, late of Cerro Oordo County. All perMiu Indebted to laid estate are requested to , make' Immediate payment! ·nil those havlnff claim* afalnst the aame · w i l l present thorn, duly' authenticated, to the underpinned for allowance/and fiht.ln MM office of the Clerk o th« Dlnlrtet Court. RALPH 8. STANBERY , ' ,, ail-BEKTiK. BOVATID, Attorney February Hth, 1934. ' ,·. MacPEAK. Clerk District .Court By JO ANN MULLEN, Deputy Honor Manager of Power Plant ST. ANSGAR--A dinner honoring Louis J. Vandcrmycie, who has been'manager;of. the Co-Op Electric Company for 15 years, was given at the Tmmanuel Lutheran Church parlors. A short program was given with *""·* "j"«u ^ uuncu uumetai about 60 guests present, including Churches in America, will officiate Glenn Bergland, manager of the -Winnebago Rural . Electric Cooperative Assn., Thompson; Louis Brown, formerly of Albert Lea, now .manager at Lancaster, Wis.; past board of directors, present board of directors and employes. A wrist watch, with a suitable inscription,.was presented Vandermyde in honor of his 15 years of service. RAKE--Miss Mardeltc Quamme visited at the home of her brother- in-law and sister, T.Sgt. and Mrs. Ronald Yahnke, at Beleview, Neb. NORTH IOWANS TO HEAR NOTED BAND--The Luther College Concert Band will appear at Lake Mills March 4 at 8 p. m. at the high schol auditorium under the direction of Weaton II. Noble. Sell Warning Flags to Use on Tractors NORTHWOOD -- The W o r t h County Rural Young People are .,. u promoting the sale of red warning i? eupr ? g ". 1 ? 1 ls ln char «e.of Mrs. flags to put on tractors oneratine K lch[ | r d Wilcox, community serv- flags to put on tractors operating on highways, a part of tho state safety program. The group will act as distributor . --·- . UK t* « v*. *ijv- *nm*iiv,tm j-it;gujll *vUJL" Manufacture will be done by a iliary will entertain the Legion at local firm, Worth County selling the annual birthday party at Methem to other RYP groups who morial hall Friday evening, March Lutherans See Ordination of Manly Pastor MANLY--More than 60 mem bers of the Bethlehem Lutheran Church of Manly, went to DCS Moines to attend the ordination o: their new pastor, the Rev. Nor man Ullestad, which took place a 1 St. John's Lutheran Church. Be cause of the graduation of the pas tor in the middle of the year, this was an especially arranged serv ice for him in DCS Moines, with several hundred persons witnessing the ceremony. Installation will take place Sun day at 10:30 a.m. at Manly when Dr. Alfred J. Boil, president of the Iowa Synod of United Lutheran ASK RAY SENEY 19 EAST STATE small eyes C O L D H E A R T ? Yea, some people do believe that, but don't fret if your eyes arc · small-- you know better! Anyway, o t h e r folks t h i n k t h a t s m a l l eyes accompany fact and even temper. There are several folks here at The House of Vision whoM eyes are small, and we know they're tactful and even tempered. Fact is, all of us aim to be. Choosing frames in a pleasant atmosphere helps you relax, makes ir.easier for us to fit your frames to feel as natural as'if you'd grown , them as you did your rioee. You see, we put precision fit on a pedestal right beside technical accuracy, make it a "muigt" for House of Vision glasses. CONSULT AN EYE PHYSICIAN (M.D.) FOR EYE EXAMINATION ViSlOH J OptScm ' · ' '· BRICK AND TILE B U I L D I N G MEETINGS In North Iowa MANLY--Mrs. Leland Pinta will be hostess to Happy Hour Circle at her home Friday afternoon. NORA SPRINGS-The American Legion Auxiliary will meet at the Legion hall Monday at 7:30 p. m. The program is in charge of Mrs. 12. Mrs. Floyd Fiero is president of the Auxiliary and Mrs. L. O. West is secretary. MANLY - Mrs. Earl Dickinson will entertain Willing Circie Friday afternoon. GARNER--The Lions ice-chairman. ·_SWALEDALE--The Ladies Guild the St. Lawrence Catholic GARNER -- The Gifford Olson unit of the American Legion Aux- Mrs. Henschen, 84, Log Cabin Pioneer, Dies GARNER--Funeral services for Mrs. Lena I. Henschen, 84, will be h«i,i ,,« '«k -n t. r. , , Cl "·«"»"»·». "mowing a angering held at the Bohn. Funeral Home'in illness. 1 Burial will be in Calvary Garner at 1 p. m. Saturday and at ~ the Zion Evangelical and Reformed Church in Garner at 2p.m. The Rev. Carl J. Mohr will officiate. Interment will be in the family lot in Concord Township Cemetery. She died at her home here at 8 a. m. Wednesday following a lingering illness. Lena Ida Roswag, daughter of Bernard and Christina Roswag, h o l d i t s regular semi-monthly luncheon meeting at the Hull Cafe dining room at 6:30 p. m. March 3. GOODELL -- Mrs. Lee Robbins was- to be hostess to St. Mary's Rosary Thursday at 8 p. m. in the home of her son, Lee Jr. G A R N E R -- The Ex-Farmers Homemakers' Club will hold regular meeting Wednesday afternoon, March .1. OTHANTO--Mrs. C. J. Schouler -- ----· -- -- v uuu - w 4 * L » o t . 4 J i « i V U - a v y o K . Workers was born in a log cabin near Elk- lion Feb. 18, 1870. At the age of Club willjfour she came with her parents to! Former Employe at Oliver Plant Dies CHARLES CITY--Funeral services will be at 9 a. m. Friday at the Immaculate Conception Catholic Church for Miss P. Marie Kos, 40, of 709 Ninth Avenue, who died Tuesday at the home of her brother, Kenneth, following a lingering illness. Bu Cemetery. Miss Kos was born June 22, 1913, daughter of Frank and Rose M. Dostart Kos. She attended the Immaculate Conception Academy here and was employed as a secretary for 18 years at the Oliver Corpora lion. She was a member of the Im maculate Conception Church, the Sacred Heart Guild and the Oliver Management Club. Besides her brother she is sur vivcd by her mother and one sister, Sister Mary Roselinc.' She was preceded in death by her father and a brother, Robert. 2 at Ventura Seek School Board Posts VENTURA--Only two men have filed for election to the Ventura Consolidated school board for the two positions which will be open. They are Max Dietrich, present chairman of the board, and Emmett Hoyt, also seeking re-election. The deadline for filing for candidates is Feb. 26. The election will be held on March 8, DRIVER FINED CHARLES CITY-Harlan Shook, Route 2, Marble Rock, was fined $25 and costs Wednesday after he pleaded guilty to a charge of operating a motor vehicle while his driver's license was under suspension. He was arrested by the highway patrol Feb. 17. a f a r m near Garner and lived in the county continuously for the past 80 years. She came to the county before the railroads were constructed and often told of early modes of travel when trails were, impassable because of wet condi-,' tions of the soil, farmers frequently packing their produce in a boat and came to town to do their shopping. On June 29, 1892, she was united , , , . ,, *-"' "«"- t^a, joai, auu was uniiecj was to be hostess to the Otranto i n marriage to Louis J. Henschen Ladies Aid at her home Thursday ' afternoon. SPONSOR DANCE 'THORNTON--The'Band Mothers are sponsoring a public benefit square dance Friday at 8 p.m. at the high school gym. Lunch will be served. todian at courthouse. Survivors . «. ho for m a n y years was tbe ^ Hancock County are one son, William Henschen of Garner, Hancock County drainage engineer. He has been employed in the office of the! county engineer in various capaci-l ties since 1917. It's Tune Now to Hcrve Your Spring Suit and Topcoat LYON-IZED YOU'VE HEARD ABOUT IT! NOW TRY IT ... 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