The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on February 25, 1954 · Page 24
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February 25, 1954

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

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Fek. V, 19S4 CHj CHj, U. Tibbets Admits No Other Thefts OSAGE--In an article in the Globe-Gazette Feb. 1C concerning he arrest of two young men fol- owing thefts at Little Ce'dar, it was stated that Clarus Tibbets of Osage, who was bound over to the grand jury, "also admitted thefts at Riceville at various intervals." Investigation reveals that this particular reference was to Mer- .yn Turner, 1G, of Mitchell, and not to Tibbets. Turner is now serving in the training school for boys at Eldora. Tibbets made no admission of other thefts. AP Wirephoto BIG PAYOFF--Forty-four years of letter writing paid off for Mrs. Ressie (cq) Elder (right), 64, shown in a joyful reunion with her sister, Mrs. Mabel Hicks of Midland, Tex. Mrs. Elder wrote 4,000 letters before finding her sister in Denver. Mrs. Hicks left home in 1910 and had not been heard from since. 4 Cubs Receive Wdbelbs Badges IOWA FALLS--Four Cub Scouts received Webelos badges Monday evening following a dinner for Cub Scouts and their parents at Caroline hall. About '250 attended the ; dinner. Those who received Webelos badges. are Craig' Peters, Larry Morgan, Robert Poland, who will be members of the Congregational Church troop, and Michael Laugh- lih, who will be a member of the American Legion troop. Also 'awarded were one wolf badge, three bear badges, three lion badges, eight gold arrows, anc 23 silver arrows. CHANGE MANAGERS CHARLES CITY -- David Kues ter, Radisson, Wis., has taken over as manager of Lamport Yards, 1110 North Grand Avenue. He replaces R. W. Metcalf, 604 Hildreth Street who has resigned. Metcalf ha: made no future plans. Kuester wil move here with his wife and one child Monday. He had been man ager of a lumber yard in Radis son. Current models of cars have an avearge of 20 lights. 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