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August 22, 1952

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 3

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MasonCity Calendar AUG. *MS--High School re«islraiioa. 4U«. K-St--Iowa Open GoH Tournament. Mason City Golf and Country Club. . . A V£- * i --,?-Tryauts lor tlrst Mason Cily Llllje 1 heater play. "Father of the flride." at the Studio, nji N. Federal, beginning at 7:30 p.m. AUG S!--Buslness-rndustry.EducaUoa bay, SEPT. 2--All Mason City schools reopen. SEPT. 20--E! Kahir SlirSne ceremonial. SEPT. ;i-- North Central Iowa Rod and Gun Club's ninth annual field day, usual location, one-hair mile west ol lllchway 65 on Scenic Highway north of Winnebago River. SEPT. 27--Pal! stag and duck-coiling contest for the benefit of Ducks Unlimited sponsored by Mallard Club at the Com munity Kail. Ventura. SKPT. »7--Iowa Illsh-Twelve convention. IKPT. 27--VFW and Auxiliary annual Poppy Day. , NEWS of RECORD Divorces .Filed Mildred Hanuu agaluit Harlwlch H»n- ou oo fretindi of erutltgr. She »ks title o all household furniture and equipment, court cojti aiid attorney't (ttt. Married Sept. «. 1»50. Maintenance Suits Lillian Catalan agilint Koter Cahalan on froundi of cruelty. She aski temporary support, attorney'* feti and perma lent maintenance 'to be determined bj :uurl. Married Oct. iO, 1951. Mason City Briefs Mr. and Mrs, Roland Whi» and son, Gale, Route l, Mason City, have returned from a trip through the Black Hills, Montana , and Wyoming. They were accompanied by Mrs. Whitt's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Stevens, Route 3, Mason City. Mr. and Mrs. Warr«n A. TiUon of Sioux City will spend the weekend visiting in Mason City and making final arrangements to move here Sept, 1. Lt. Goy. Drake Visits Mason City Kiwanians Al'rDrake of Waterloo, districl lieutenant governor of kiwanis paid an official visit to the Mason City Kiwanis Club at the Thursday noon luncheon at Hotel Hanford. Drake emphasized the ideals o. Kiwanis as he addressed,members and said that the effort put forth is never'lost but brings its own re ward. lie had particular praise foi the Mason City club in regard to fellowship and declared that fel lowship mixed with humor.was one of the paramount goals of Kiwanis Visiting Kiwanians were W. Lor en Parr, Charles City; Harry Odle Clear Water, Fla.; William A. Bar ry, Algona. Guests introduced were Rodney Bliss, DCS Moines; Ar Fishbeck, Mason City and Tec Leaver, Rollo, Mo., formerly Mason City. Club singing was led by Bob Albrecht. In charge was A. Frisk, club president. B R E A K S HIP IN FALL Mrs. Alma Anderson, describee as in her 80s, was reported in fair condition at Park Hospital Friday after breaking her hip in a fall a the Good Samaritan Home Thurs day evening. Marriage Licenses Jamei Darvln Kiiudioii, 28, and Donna May Enileman. 19, both o( Ma ion Cltyj Klcturd F, Harding, S3, and Eleanor Fern Lauderdale, «2, both of Chicago; Vincent Charlei Koethler, -!, and DelorU Xadlne Willis, 18, both of Maon Cltr; loren K a l k w a r f , liO, and Alberta O. Ulrkten, 18, ioth of Bclmond; Deloi Emmet Cook, It; .Vorlhwooil, and Joan narllne Kerry, 18, Mason City. New Car Sales Harold O. Griffith. SOU 15lh S.T5.^ Cihrys- len Grace A. Wilklnion, SM nth N.E. Vlymoiith; Ella B. Edward, 1K» Wllion .V.W., Plymouth: William I'. Soursoi. 7 H Jrd S.W., Kaiser) F. O. Wlttrsti.dt, 807 Washlntton N.W., Ponllao. L P. Ryan, 85, Rites Monday i f Services to Be at- Rock Island Chapel Lawrence P, (Larry) Ryan, 85, died Friday morning at a Ma.son 3ity hospital. He was a retired ineman of the P. G. E., and hat! ·esided in Mason City 41 yc»rs Mr. Uyan was bom in Milan, [II., Alay 16, 1807. Surviving are four nephews, John Thompson, Rock Island, 111., and fohn, Hugh and Edward Cartin, Chicago and three nieces, Mrs. Aim O'Brien, Molirie, II!.,; Mrs. Margarite Green, California, and Mrs. Carrie Thompson, Chicago. He was preceded in death by four sisters and two brothers. The Rosary will'be said at 8 p, m. Friday at the Colonial Chapel.' Funeral services and burial will be at Rock Island Monday. The Colonl al Funeral Home is in charge. Births Reported - (At Mercy llo»pltal)-- Hoy to Mr. and Mrs. Ford Reynolds, 14imi N. Federal Thursday] aMrl lo Mr. and Mrs. Waller Chizek, Garner. Thursday: girl to Mr »nd Mrt. Richard Caslk. Albert Lea Minn., Frldayi »lrl (o Mr. and Mn. Rob ert Greene, Nora Springs, Friday. (At Park Hospital)--Girl to Mr. and Mr». Lauren W. Mchtenberf er, nil 16lh N.E.. Thursdays itrl to Mr. and Mr§ P e r c y llowland, Forest City. Thursday. Police Court Usinr Obscene L»afu»ct--John ^ O'llanion, 2T, S','07 Delaware S.K., cue continued 3 0 days. . . , ; ; . . . . . . Intoxication--Olln and Mary Bond, Rout ·t,. Mason 'City, each forfeited »15 bonds Hobert p. Bolt, «C. 103 Snd S.K., pal SU) and coils; Judion Shelton. IS. Flym ouihj Carl Hrown, Route 4, Mason City SKI anil cojls each or three days. Overtime I'arkinf--M. Kaufman. B3 1 Vermont S.E.; S. K. Honk, ftex Moluei Korer Nelioo, CUT 1 llh S.E.; C. A. Tope 3» Vermont S.E.! Herman Herroanion J".l N. Federal! U. M. Merrill, 110 2llh S.W.; Monljomery Ward. 102 S. Federal Emil Kncrhcr, MS Oth S.E.! T^i.i MoMeu nlmc,:. ins L'Sth S.W.j Tele;- DeJonri S5S7 Carolina N.E.i Joieohlr.e Cahalan, Rock well, each lur.'clterl jj; Qulnten Johnion 115 2llh S.W.. forfeited S" for three viola tlous. Improper Tarklnf^Don Wilcor. 251 15th S.E.: C. K. Schaffer, Ft. Bodies K. G Jolmjon, Del Mollies, each forfeited 31. Fire Co//s At :i:38 p.m. Thiir«day lo 12J 2nd S.W fir* In c»r owned by Byron Smith, lu volvlnr wlrlnr under hoodl at 10:21 a.m Friday to 302 2nd N.E., Good Samarlli Home, clothes burning In clothes drye also Involred rent. Realty Transfejs Anderson, Reba 1... lo Dena Bllilad, II ( W D ) Lot 5, Ulk. X, lllfhlandi, an Add to M. Cily, 8-20-32. Walker, Ralph R. anil Helen, lo G. S Randall, II, ( W D ) (SI'I Lot 17, Blk. 11 Highlands, an Add. to M. City, li-D-M. Jungllng-, John G., executor of setate. o r.eorxe 11. Uohsl, lo Donald S. Grant and Marcella, Jt. ten., (Prob. I» Lot 2, Blk ^ John J. Bums Add. to M. C., f-2'i-r.S Bobst, I,111. to Donald S. Grant and Mar oella Francei. Jt, ten., Jt, ( W D ) Lot 2 Blk. 4. in John J. Burns Add. to M. C. ;-20-r2. Grant, Donald S. and M a r c e l l a Frances Young GOP to Help With Ike Caravan Officers of the Cerro Gordo County Young Republicans made plans Thursday evening to assisl in preparations for a North Iowa caravan to Kasson, Minn., Sept. G to hear Dwlght D. Eisenhower speak at the national plowing con test. Hughes Bryant, Mason City at torney, is chairman of the caravar committee. Letters were to be sen Friday to GOP committecmen in 12 other North Iowa counties urg ing them to join the caravan. Tentative plans have the caravan leaving Mason City about 7:30 a.m Sept. 6 and picking up more autos at points along the route to Kasson The Minnesota town is some "l5 miles west of Rochester, Minn, and is less than 100 miles fron Mason City. The caravan is designed, accord ing to Bryant, to pep up parly workers and "show Eisenhower that North Iowa Republicans are going to back him all the way." to M i k e Evahoff, St.OOl). (WD) Lot a, lilk 4 In John J. Mums Add. to M. C.. H-ln-fft Cltjr of Minon Cltr. to Mr.i. Mildred K Jensen. $1. (QCD) N. 8 tt. of that purlloi of vac. E-W alley between Thorgcrson' Add. to M. C. and Reynold's and Add to M.C. Iflnf S. of and abllltlnc '·"' '·'' th. add. to M. C.. 7-1-5'i. Hartlcan, Gllmore and Ruth, to }larle' II. Haxton and Thelma 11, jt. ten., SI (ViD) I.utl 7, 8. p, Ulk Z In R. S. Young' t W. H. Dlcklrsou'l Sub. C. Lake, H-IS-M Conk, Clarence V. and Hetty G., to Rob rel B. Dallas and Martha Dallas, jt. Cen. l , I W D I Lot .1, Reynold's 2nd Add. I M. C.. 7-18-M. WALTER J. IRVING Walter Irving to Leave on Legion Tour Waller J. Irving, a member of 'lausen-Wordcn post of the American Legion and an officer in the 40 8,'\vuTleave Tuesday for New York, where he will join an American Legion Pilgrimage to Europe, The Pilgrimage, commemorating the 35th anniversary of the landing of American soldiers in France in World War I, also will participate in the dedication ceremony of the Memorial . Shrine to American Dead of World Wars I and II at Suresncs, Prance. Irving said that more than 200 Legionnaires will make tho pilgrimage, which will include a ' t o u i of France, Germany, Holland, Bel giuin, Switzerland and Italy. R. fasfwo/d, 74, Dies in Nursing Home Rasmus U. Eastwold, 7't, LcRoy, Umn , died at a Mason City nurs- "ng home Thursday afternoon,Ho .sail spent most of his life in ami near LcRoy. Mr. KusUyoid was born Oct. 19, 1877, il Slavangcr, Norway. Ho came to the United States with hi.v parents in 1884. Ho wab a mcmbei )f the Lutheran Church find the Eureka Masonic Lodge of LoRoy. . S u r v i v i n g are, three daughters Mrs. Robert LePage, Lake Elmo Minn.; Miss Venlcll Eashvold, St Paul, Minn., and Mrs. M. a (Bill) Stoddard, Masou Cily; two sons, opt. Earl R. V Eastwold, U.S. nvy, Honolulu, Hawaii, and S. Sgt. Lorcn C. EustwoW, Panama Canal Zone. Seven brothers, Dr. J. D- Enst- wold, Spooner, Wis.; Dr. C. E. Eastwold, Minncota, Minn.; 0, H, Easlwold, Lolloy, Minn.; Olo Eastwold, Swanvillc, Minn,; Col. 0. A. Eastwold, Ross, Calif.; C. R. Eastwold, Miles City, Mont,, and M, 13. Eastwold, Van Nuys, Calif., and .hrce sislcrsi Mrs. M. H. Hogan, Mrs. C. E. Lundnlo iind Mrs, S, C. East void, Parkland, Wash.. He was preceded in death by his wife, one brother and one sister. Funeral arrangements are in complete. ' Tho, Martz Fimoral Home of LcRoy, Miiin,, is In charge. Iowa Highlanders in London Shown in Cecil Newsreel Ncwsrccl pictures of the State University of Iowa Scottish High landers arc now showing at the Cecil Theater through Saturday The pictures show the coed bag pipe band performing on tho Vic toria Embankment in London. The Highlanders, now in Scotland, wit sail for home from Southampton England, Aug. 2G. ENROUTE HOME ,, BH1STOW--Mr. and Mrs.. Henry Kruger received word from then son, Mongol Kruger, who 5s serv ing On the USS Halsey, a dcstrpyei in San Francisco Bay, that he wil arrive home soon on a 14-day leave before his ship heads for Korea. Two Youngsters Hurt When Cars, Bicycles Crash Two Mason City youngsters wore injured* neither seriously, Thursday afternoon in bicycle-auto crashes. Police said David Hilton, 10, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles D. Hll ton, 21 Hivcr Heights, recoivct tmiiscs on his head nnd leg when liis bicycle and an auto driven by Mrs. Myrie M. Lowe, 317 29th S. W., collided at 1st and Virginia S . E . . : · . « ; ' · · · They siiid Gcraldinc Heivilin, 9 225 3rd N. E., received a skinnet arm when her bicycle collided will an auto driven by Jake Poohl, 803 Pennsylvania S. E. CALL 731 G.I. GAB LINE ON PRACTICE CRUISE _ Mid-- shtpman Third Class Robert N. Thomas, son of Mr.-and Mrs. S. E. Garrison, 1520 Delaware S. E., ascends to a duty station aboard the destroyer USS Moal* during the annual Midshipman Training Cruise to Europe. He will visit two. European ports before returning to Norfolk, Va., In September. Junior College Students May Enroll Saturday :..To : accommodate prospective slu dents who «rc working during itsua office hours, Iho Mason City Junloi College office will bo open Saturday afternoon. Dean C. H. Bcehv imnounced tha lirospoctivo students- may i'cgisloi from 1 lo 3. p. m. The north door lo. (lie- building will bo tho only one which will be open, ho said. Twelve Korean War veterans nl ready have registered for courses i n - t h e Junior College, Dean Been said. For Women oi Distinction S tevenson's hoe alon 15 South Federal WAYNE E. PEDELTY VA Official Clarities Gl , Bill of Rights Clarification of tho new Gl Bill of Rights which went into effect Wednesday was made in Mason Cily Friday by an official of tho Veterans Administration at DCS Monies.' Tho bill offers Korean war veterans education and training at government expense, He said there \vas really no legal snag n s : wire services ha reported, but that Ihe two-montl delay expected before students start receiving expense check would bo caused by two things: 1, Tho VA must have proof o. ono month's attendance before the payroll can bo made up. 2, It would probably take aii other month before tho veteran re celves his check, In the Korean bill, ho explained the amount is paid directly to tho Au«. 22, , __. 1W2 iM City veteran, while In t£« World War II bill the amount was paid to the school. CHr. te. Clear Lake Tot Hit by Polio v ; The llth polio case in Cerro Gordo County,'this 1 year was reported Friday, A. J, Thompson of the Cerro Gordo Chapter, National . Polio Foundation, said Janice E. Klihge, 2'A, Clear Lake, was taken to Iowa City Thursday for treatment at tho University Hospitals, Sho.is the daughter'o£ Mr. arid Mrs. James E. Klinge. ' Falls From Haymow · · ALEXANDER--Bill Root, while helping with -hay making at the Bill Kew. farm, fell from the mow to the rack fracturing ribs and suf- fortog bruises. He was taken to tH« Community Hospital in Belmond. TRY A G-G CLASSIFIED ADI 0. Q. B o a l w r l f h k Win, Thor»» E. A. ARE YOU GETTING FULL VALUE FRO.M YOUR EYEGLASSES? Perhaps a minor adjustment wilt make 6 world of difference . We'll Do Our Bett,,.lf You'll Just Com. In! $odtu)rialii Opticians, 7 ' - .. [ ( , .,'.; , . / , , , , , ' , , ; . · Room 2 ... Firtt Notional BankBldg.. » , ·,, PHONE 2257 ' MASON CITY. IOWA: Own«d and Op*ral*d by Maaon Oty Men Where were YOU when we divided up those thousands of dollars? We hope you are among the happy hundreds of savers who got those thousands of d o l l a r s in interest we paid out last year. If you weren't in on the melon-cutting last year, why not come in now? Put your sayings dollars to work for you at The United Home Bank. Let your money earn more money for you! You'll have plenty of good company-- Thousands of people in North Iowa have savings accounts at the United Home Bank. More families save here every year. Bring in your youngsters and start a Savings Account in their names. You'll get complete financial service-- Your savings account with us is a wonder ful way to begin a happy, friendly relation ship with a great bank that can offer \ a complete financial service. You'll have protection-- The strength, stability and sound management of one of the largest financial institutions in Northern Iowa -- over 11 million dollars of resources; also insurance by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation up to $10,000. You'll find a warm, personal welcome-- And the size of your account has nothing to do with it. Star,t your savings with $l'i£ you like. The important thing is to get started now. Then you are giving us a chance to help you in every way we can. If it'3 more convenient you can open your savings account by mail. Phone 4300 and ask for a free Save-By-Mail Kit. Don't let another day pass by. Get started today with a savings account at The United Home Bank Trust Co. of Mason City, Iowa and let every day add to the interest your money can earn for you!. Isn't if time you started saving at... United Home Bank Trust Co. of M A S O N C I T Y , I O W A MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION PHONE 4300 M A S O N C I T Y ' S O N L Y H O M E O W N E D B A N K

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