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August 27, 1952

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 8

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8 ' Aug. 27, 1952 Slason 'C'lly R l n b f - C i J M M t r , Mmon C l l y . I*. Hanlontown School Will Open Sept. 1 · jIANLONTOWN-Supl. Harold E. Colo hns announced that the school here will open ScjH. 1. Registration ·am! assignments will he made that morning and .school will !o (Us- ;misscd at noon. All day clns.ses will 'begin Sept. 2 anl hot lunches will begin t h a t day nlso. 1 The f a c u l t y is complete and it ilrrclutles Supl. Cole, Mrs. Hus.sell Baker of Northwooil, Knglish and 'social studies; Donald \Vcnads, mathematics and typing; Cordon Jcnson, athletics and science; .Wayne Prince, music; Mrs. C. K. Ausenhns, homo economics; Mrs, Dorothy Hiirllell of M a n l y , sev cnth and e i g h t h ; Mrs. Leonard Juhl of Clear Lake, f i f t h and sixth; Mrs. Oliveria, third nml fourth, and Mrs. rills, first and second. Present plnns arc for the kinder- garlen classes to open sometime in November if a teacher can ho secured ni that time. . M r s . Cole find Mrs. Jay M i l l e r will he hot. l u n c h cooks a g a i n this ycjir with Mrs. Henry Doebel a^ assistant. A r t h u r .1 onsen is school eusto- (Hnii. Bus drivers will be hired within the next fow days. Work is progressing nicely on the new g y m n a s i u m - a u d i t o r i u m WASHINGTON STATE FRUIT COMMISSION nit it will not he ready or several months. lor use Ghapin Schools Open With Complete Staff C I J A P l N - ' f ' h e Chapin Consoli- lated school opened this week with the following teachers serving: W. M. Sherman, superintendent; Thomas Lane, social science and coach; .!. M. .Smith, Kngiisb and science; Sybil Sherman/ commercial; William JCabilka, hand and vocal music. Knastasia K a l n n , seventh and eighth; Leoaa Wait/.er, 5th and s i x t h ; Roberta Olsen, t h i r d and f o u r t h ; H a r b a r a Snrensen, first and second; Tlirrlrna .Simonst-n, kindergarten. Frank I'hllpol v/ill again serve as custodian. Tlio bus drivers are Kvcrett Mitycr, Lloyd A b r a m s and Charles Pratt. The hot lunch coolq are Mrs. Frank fiurwell, Mrs. Carl ( i r c i r n a n n and Mrs. Kvoretl Cran d a l l . Name Elthon Chief Swine Day Speaker NOHA SI'IUNdS-Tlie program committee announced this week that -Senator Leo Klthon of Fertile, Republican candidate for lieutenant governor of Iowa, will be the featured speaker at the a n n u a l Swine Day here Thursday, Sept. 4. Klthon has been senator from In- 41.t senatorial district from 19XJ to 1952; senate majority leader, IOXi-iy.12; and served on all major sennte committees, having been chairman of. several. At present he owns and operates, jointly with his son David, a 280- acre f a r m in Worth County. · H E A R I N G C O N T I N U E D G A f l N K R -- T h e hearing on the f i n a l estimates and the report of Knfiineer William Henschen on the completion of a clcanout of drainage district No. G and lateral 4, which was to have been held Monday afternoon was continued to Sept. 2, at 10 a.m. Gjerset Portrait Added to Museum DECORAIf -- A large portrait painting of Dr. Knut Gjersol, former faculty member at Luther College and also former director of the American Norwegian Museum in Dccorah, has been added to the portrait collection at the museum. The portrait was done in 1937 by the well known Chicago artist, Richard Chase, and was presented to the museum by the Gjerset family. Dr. Gjerset died in 193G. Previ ous to that time he wrote a "His lory of the Norwegian People,"j and a "History of the People ofi Iceland." Also, he was a prime mover in establishing the t Norwegian American Historical 'Association in 1925. In J925 he was proclaimed a Knight of the First Order of St. Oiaf by the King of Norway for his contributions to Norwegian culture. RESUMES DUTY HAMPTON -- Orin Johnson Jr., airman third class, who is stationed at Scott Air Force Base, 111., has returned to duty after a week's furlough with his mother, Mrs. Kay Towlc and family. WHAT'S NEW? MACHINE BOOKKEEPING SERVICE AT YOUR LOCATION Fast -- Accurate -- .Economical ASK FOR A DEMONSTRATION. Machine Bookkeeping Service 428--1st S. W. Phorw 4155-R PROFIT BY USING GLOBE-GAZETTE WANT ADS 1 NOTHING LIKE IT ...Ever Before I _ RUSCO MI-Stetl,S«lf-Storlnj( COMBINATION SCREEN AND STORM DOOR A screen door nnd fllorrn door all in "in;. J u s t raise ({Inss for vcnli lilt ion--like n window! Trade-In Allowance For Your Old Door Home Improvement Co. 409 N. Fed. Ph. 946 Flexible Cord-Soled WORK , Uttkir npp«ri! 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