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February 26, 1954

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 5

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300 to Enter Hancock Co. Music Festival at Garner tf m ' « ' ' ' " -------- ~ -- -- - - i i -- - L. ._ i L- i ^^^^^^ ^^^^^ ^* ^* ^* ^^H^^ ^f Include Band, "~ Vocal Groups Gordon Bird, Drake, to Be Band Director .GARNER--More than 300 high school musicians Will be in Garner Monday, to take part in the a n n u a l Hancock County music festival. ' Instrumental and vocal students from all oC the hif-h schools in (Ian- cock County will arrive early m the morning for a full day of re hearsing in irep;ir;ilioii for the evening concert. The concert will be given for the public at 8 p.m. in the new auditorium. Admission for adults and students will be 50 and 25 cents, respectively. The band of 100 students has a program of music prepared, ami promises to be a big treat. This group will be under the direction of a conductor from Drake University, Gordon Bird. The mixed chorus of more than 200 students, will give a program complete with sacred, spiritual, and modern, musical arrangements. The chorus will be under the direction of another conductor from Drake. Families in Crystal Lake Area on Move CRYSTAL LAKE -- Many have moved to new homes and others will move this week. The Cecil Sykes family has moved from the Laurice Larson f a r m to a farm and the Virgil near Swea City Lunning family moved from the Kluvcr farm to the f a r m vacated by Sykes. The Bob Ennen family moved to the farm vacated by Gerald Vold- S E R V E S IN ASIA--Marine Pfc. Larry Myers, son of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Myers of Alexander, has arrived at Beirut, Lebanon, where he began his duties with the American E m b a s s y , He is one of six Marines stationed there. On the plane flight from )he Azores, tho passengers v/ere grounded in the desert of Libya for three days on account of a sandstorm. They crossed the Mediterranean t o A t h e n s , Greece; then boarded a Dutch plane for Beirut. His duties will consist of security guard work and reception guest. He v/ill study Arabic and French at the American University at Beirut. stockholders at (lie Memorial build, rence Juhl, Erwin Rosendahl, Wal to a farm near ler Lau.ster and Roy Hnilsbael ing who moved Glenvillc, Minn. The George Baker f a m i l y will!Jerson, Cai-l^ViHe. Emerv Brown move to a f a r m near Hulchins and.'Alvm Coll, Carl Woiwod J L the Cohen Brock f a m i l y will moveiAbde, and Oscar Grcim'an to the farm vacated by Baker. The Jnkc Delger family will move to their farm near Glenvillc, Minn., and the Elmer Hrubes family of near Hayfield will move to the farm vacated by the Delgcrs. The Ernest Peterson family moved to a f a r m near Buffalo Center. Vcrnon Hanna will move to the farm vacated by Peterson. Clifford (Biff) Hanson, who op crates the lumber yard here, moved from his Clear Lake home to a tenant house at the Frank Haan home in Crystal Valley which was vacated by the Orville Bltrress family who moved to L'itchfield, Minn. The J. E. Foley family, who operate the -Crystal Lake feed mill, will move to the upstairs a p a r t m e n t at tho Ten a Higgles home and Mr. and Mrs. R a y m o n d Hobbs will move to the farm home vacated by the Foleys. Join Clearing House Program in Citizenship IOWA CITY--Harvard University, the University of Iowa and M i a m i University of Ohio have recently established citizenship clearing house programs. These three bring the total number of state or regional affiliates to 1G. The citizenship clearing house here will be under the direction of Prof. Robert P. Ray, and the action of the Stale Board of Edit- Garner Co-Op Creamery in Record Year G A R N E R . -- The Farmers Co-op Creamery, one of North Iowa's finest, has completed the best year m the history of the co-op both from the standpoint of dollars and volume of produce handled, it was disclosed at the a n n u a l stockholders meeting held at M e m o r i a l Hall. The total dairy products income for 1053 was $550, 700.02, of which butter sales accounted for $498 378.37. Olco Sales Hurt A total of 780,042 pounds of butter was manufactured according to Manager O. .1. Kloock, who reports that the loosening of restrictions on oleo sales resulted in a drop of approximately 10 per cent in butler sales to u r b a n customers but did not affect the sales to f a r m e r customers. The local co-op brought into the Garner c o m m u n i t y new wealth the past year totaling app r o x i m a t e l y $450,000, which was distributed to its 400 patrons. The a n n u a l meeting opened with a free lunch served at noon to approximately 500 customers by the directors and cream haulers. Most of the Garner business men were present and Roy Railsback, welcomed the group in behalf of the Garner Chamber of Commerce. Frank Barker, executive TRAINS IN MEDICINE-- Pvt. Noel D. Curley, son of Mrs. Marion E. Curley of Thompson, completed basic training at the Medical Replacement Center at Camp Pickett, Va. The training consisted of eight v/eeks of basic infantry training and eight v/eeks of medical training. List Cresco in Top 10 in School Costs CRESCO--Cresco was among the op 1U in the state in per pupil costs ast year, according to the report im» nrnm-im - i i i , ' " - " of tllc Iowa Taxpayers Association ^rt. Pn Trad n v!r5SrHc h u e rSS rClea " d ^ ^ ^ " lhis secretary of the Iowa Dairy Commission in DCS Momcs, headlined the speak- Sales Shown by Co-Op Oil Association GARNER--Five members of the board of directors of .the Hancock County Co-op Oil Association were R. C. Weaver, from Iowa State rc-e eclcd at a meeting of the Brand at Mason C i t y through ti n r* L* hi n I/·!/«*·*· ^.4 11. A n r ,, ..,, :,. i i, ,, :t _ i . _ _ t _ · i i\ i * ' . fa . that patrons contribute one-half cent per pound butterfat to be spent for advertising dairy products and the stockholders present voted 100 per cent to carry out the sugges- . group were West,.Union, Rockwell Vity, Algona and Sioux City. The 10 low cities listed were At- antic, Marion, A 1 b i a, Council Bluffs, Colfax, Mystic, Shenandoah Toledo, Pleasant. The cost for , which the local co-op markets all . .....~.. vi.i. iwx_«i L-U-VJJJ !Utlln.tJvS ail ing. I h e y arrj Emil Ollcnburg, Lau-of its out-of-state sales slressed t - f i n ft *-. 1 . . 1.1 "771 _' . V* . . i i i ... i . . . ) * * ' t . ^ . J i 3 U . U « 8144,3 , quality and speculated on what might happen to the industry on " .. . . . " · --a " r » · * - · · «-" »-*it; tinman V Oil Holdover directors arc Elmer An- April 1 when supports are reduced /I /.*-r-y-.n /*,, ..I 11 r: 11 .. T-* ^ »\ ** * 1-1 t · v*x-v,u. County Extension Director Paul Henderson advised that the results . of recent brucellosis tests will be The co-operative's f i n a n c i a l and mailed to individuals p a r t i c i p a t i n g operating statements were rend from the local extension office The organization said these figures^, and disclosed sales totaling $618,034.20; gross commodity savings, $150,126.26; gross savings and income, $159,771. H; expenses, $114,790.85; operating savings, $44,980.20; net savings $45,482.20; total assets, $188,051.12; total liabilities and member equity, $188,051.12. Employes of tho association are tank wagon and service men, Ray Radloff,' Garner; Clarence Gatchel, Garner; Donald ; Peck, Ventura; Dwight llummclj Kiemme; Graydon Back, Klemrnc; and Elmer Kicnenberger, Goodcll; service station employes, bcutcl, Klemme; KIcmmc; Galen Ernest Gcrbcr, Harold Kothen- Henry Kaducc, Gruis, Klemme; , Garner; James lioehnkc, Garner; Gene Tannahill, Garner; Franklin Bredlow, Garner; Fred Schneider, Ventura; Willard Bragcr, Ventura; transport; driver, Fred Kuyper, Garner; of-i fice personnel, Bill Gilbert, Gar-j nor; Duane Scv'erson, Garner, and Manager Kloock, gave the annual report. Directors Named Percy Howland of Madison Township, Kenneth G r c i m a n of Concord Township and Alfred Jurgemeyer of Ell Township, were re-elected to the board for a three year term Holdover directors are F. A. Bred low, Harold Rockow, Paul Tlach Harold Hall. The board, .will meel Saturday afternoon to reorganize for the year and to hire personnel. The local co-op now has assets totaling $125,139.40. , -,,,_,, , , E 19a3 ' sd ° f01 TM Kass ? cmtlon The biggest increase 658 per cent, was for construction .0 another and spent by the other, also revolving accounts. De New Manager for Glenviile Cream Plant GLENVILLE, Minn. -- The Glcn- ville Creamery Association and Locker Plant held their annual meeting and dinner !n the Glcn- villc Community Halt. The Ladies Aid of the First Lutheran Church served dinner to approximately 225, which included visiting speakers, creamery patrons, local merchants and wives, Howard Lyons, formerly with the Co-Operative Creamery of Albert Lea, is the new operator-manager. Lee Johnson, formerly having this position, has accepted a creamery at Madison Lake. Assistant but- lermaker is Harold Williamson and MEETINGS In North Iowa GARNER--The Woman's Club will hold regular monthly meeting at the Hull Cafe dining room at 8 p. m. Tuesday. FENTON -- The annual meeting of the Fcnton Co-Operative Cream- ON BRITT PROGRAM -- Cliff Cairns of Albert Lea, Minn., v/ill be guest speaker at the first Feb. U, 1«4 -!§ Mnion City Globr-fifciettn, Mkion C\\j, 1m. Arrest Man for Improper Use of Auto ALLISON-Richard Junior Wilson, Independence, was- released from the Butler County jail after posting a $750 appearance bond to cry Co., w i n * be "hcTd" Saturday dL ? 1t , r . icl court on a charge.of per- afternoon at the Fcnton Commu-iu lng a molor vchicle owned by nity Center. Election nf rliTMMnr,i h l m lo hc opeiated by another nity Center. Election of directors! and other annual business will he transacted. GARNER--The Chamber of Com- upon a highway while his operating privileges were under suspension. On Feb. II, 1954, Wilson was in- merce will hold regular monthly jurcd about thc facc and ri ^ hl l i m b meeting at the Hull f'nfp H i n i n o w n c n hls car which he states was meeting at the Hull Cafe dining ropm Thursday evening. The business session will follow the 6:30 dinner. POPEJOY-Oak Hill Cemetery Association was to meet with Mrs. Lloyd Hurd Friday afternoon. C'AL"MAR--The American Legion lermaker is Harold Williamson and 9tjesl s P e a k e r "» «ie f i r s t ^ A L - M A K -- i no American Legion manager of the meat and locker H a n c o c k County meeting on live- Auxiliary of Halvorson-Giesen Post plant is Elmer Wen/ell s f o c k loss P r e v e rUi°n at Britt j w511 TMcel Tuesday evening in the plant is Elmer Wen/ell. Officers of the association are: C. II. Ulajaa, president; Galen Miltag, vice president; F. C. Gillard, secretary-treasurer; A. C. Storvick, Martin Broitzman and If. Follmuth, directors. H. Brunsvoid Rites Held at Northwood High School M a r c h 4 at 7:30 p.m. jLegion Hall. The hostesses will be He w i l l appear again al G a r n e r Mesdames Guy Christiansen, Otto High School Auditorium March | B erge, Hugo Barthelme and Bob 9 at 7:30 p.m. lo address H a n - 'Hitesman. cock County extension service. poline for the school athletic department. I N J U R E D I N P A L L GREENE--Miss Imogene Girl, 6, Injured in Fall From Tree CHARLES CITY--Vickie Glea Barn-,son, 6, daughter of Mr. and Mrs Mr. Brunsvoid was born April 2 M o u n t 1865, in Nes Hallingdal, Norway, and came to America with his f a m - ily when a boy. He lived in Worth at County most of his life. Survivors are two sons, Norman and Leonard of Kensett, two daugh- Shiclds, ., Northwood, 18 grandchildren, four great grandchil- Tom public funds increased more than 172 per cent in the nine-year period, from 1944 to 1953, to $123 416,072, in 1953. Also during the nine-year period, balances on hand increased more than 142 per cent to a total of $44 467,280, in 1953. The average daily attendance gained by more than 17 per cent in the nine years, and totaled 448,903 in 1953. The number of teaching positions advanced by more than 2 per cent and amounted to 23,951 in 1953. . and three sisters, Miss Barbo Brunsvoid and Mrs. Nelsine Over)y, Northwood, Mrs. Guri Ruston Edinburg, N. D. arm. will probably be off duty for some jand suffered a ' broken left ami. time. She'is convalescing at the'jThe little girl is a kindergarten home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. pupil at the Immaculate Concep- I . n c l J o *P n «· *t Vi i t»i : i · __ (···_ i i Leslie Barnhart. jtion School. hart sprained her back while at E d ' Gleason" 301 South Jackson NORTHWOOD--Funeral services w °rk in the First State Bank and Street, fell from a tree Thursday for Halvor N. Brunsvoid, 82, were u_i.i.. \.~. ~,,.-,.., \ , ... . held Wednesday at the Elk Creek Lutheran Church, the Rev. H. J. Westberg, pastor, conducting the service and the Rev. Thor Sigmund of Mason City, assisting. He died Saturday at the home of his daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Moretz, just east of Northwood, having been in failing health for several months. driven by another person hit a bridge on Highway 14 south of Allison. He was picked up by a passerby and taken to the doctor's .office in Parkersburg and from there to Allen Memorial Hospital until hc was released Feb. 22, and was brought to Allison. To date officials have been unable to learn the name of the driver and no reports have been received as to another person being injured in this crash. The car was badly demolished. Wilson was also fined $25 in justice court on a charge of knowingly making a false and fraudulent statement when he applied for registration of a motor vehicle. His operating privileges were suspended. CHAPIN -- M r s. Carl Sorenson and son left this week for their home at Los Angeles, Calif., after a 10-day visit in the parental T. T, Spainhower home. Sponsor Benefit Dance at Wesley WESLEY--Lions Club will span sor a benefit dance at the Legion Hall Saturday evening. There wil! be a basket social. Air talent is facing donated and the proceeds will go toward the purchase of a tram- Burglars Left Wills at Garner Untouched GARNER--A number of inquiries lave been received by County Clerk D o r i s Young inquiring whether burglars who recently broke into the .vault might have destroyed such instruments as last VFW Awards 10-Year Pins at Swea Gity SWEA CITY--In''an impressive ceremony during the regular meeting of the VFW, 10 members were honored with the presentation of 10 - year continuous membership pins. Those present to receive the ^;^±\-±S; -iS-^SM T.TJM Axel Enckson, Vivian Kmncy and Leonard Appekmi.st ; who we're charter members: of the post. Also receiving (he awards were Elmer Berg, Norinc , Danielson, Ellis Jongberg, . Elmer Swanson and ment of a clearing house provided that ' its program should include such activities as: 1. Referring students to the political party of their choice. 2. Encouraging college graduates to participate in pbtitics. 3. Sponsoring research by students and faculty for the political parties. 4; Developing new courses and teaching techniques designed to encourage political participation. 5. Publishing a newsletter. Prof. Charles Cherington will head the program at Harvard, which will be directed primarily 'toward the Boston metropolitan area; and this, program, withAhe activities of the affiliate at Amherst ; under' Prof. Earl Latham, will provide state-wide for Massachuse'tis. coverage . Prof, Howard White will direct the affiliate at IVfiami University, which will work with the colleges and universities in Southern Ohio. HANIG RITES HELD ACKLEY -- Funeral services for George .Ilanig, 86^ ; were. held at. St. Mary's Catholic Church Thursday, with burial in the church cemetery. Death followed n stroke. He leaves his wife, three daughters, four sons, 18 grandchildren and one great grandchild. £. - · LAST RITES HELD ACKLEY--Funeral services for Mrs. Anna Daniels, 60, were held ·t St. John's Evangelical and Reformed Church. Burial was in Pleasant Hill Cemetery north of Acklcy. Earl Berg. Art Christensen, who now lives on the West Coast, was also, presented 1 a ,pin fto^ be sent to him by mail. ' ' - * , , Deputy Chief of Staff Oliver C. Thorson of Kanawha made the presentations. Also witnessing th,e ceremonies with the post members were H a l p h S p r a l t , district commander, Boone; Lloyd Rockne, district' quartermaster, EsthervHIe, and Deputy Inspector Herb Montgomery of Algona. ' V Roy Osborn, a charter member of the local post, came from Stcw- artville, Minn., to witness the event and renew acquaintances of his old buddies here. MESERVEY--Mr. and Mrs..Ben- nic Stadtlandcr and family were hosts to a family gathering at their home recently. DENTIST *ATiC6 li'Ml 110'^ PI ATE WORK filed in her · ' ----- -· "j ·-" -ivjvji njau u Roy Railsback, manager, Garner, wills and testaments office. A careful check of the records reveals that no such records were tampered with and all records are intact, according to Mrs. Young, The thieves did rifle some other files but 'left last wills and testa-! mcnts untouched. LYONS Cleans Furniture It's time now to s e n d your upholstered furniture to LYONS to remove winter's smoke and grim. Makes old coverings like new. 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