The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on August 28, 1952 · Page 8
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August 28, 1952

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

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», mi Ctty. I*. One Injured, One Fined in · · , ~ * Motor Crash . H A M P T 0 N--CharJes Duvall, Austin, ,Tex., was fined $10 and costs by Justice George D. Palterson on a charge of failure to have his vehicle under control after his pick-up truck with trailer was involved in a three-vehicle accident. Harlan Stull, T»m», was taken to the Lutheran Hospital with an injured shoulder and facial cuts and bruises. The accident occurred three miles north of here on highway 65, Two semi-trailer trucks and a ear driven by Carlus Fockler, Mason City, going south, had slowed for two farm tractors. When Duvall, behind the cur, tried to stop, the trailer hitch broke, throwing the truck and trailer into the path of a truck load of watermelons' and cantaloupe being driven north by Stull. The two vehicles sideswiped, The pick-up truck, which was a spray paint outfit, skidded into the back of the Fockler car, spilling a large quantity of red paint over the highway. The truck load of watermelons tipped over in the ditch and was demolished. Damage to the-Fockler car was set at $125 and to the pick-up truck at $1,800. Stull was released, from the hospital later the same day, Popejoy Schools Will Open Sept. 1 POPEJOY--The Popejoy Schools will:open Sept, 1. Eighteen kindergarten students arc enrolled at present... The school faculty Is compete as follows: Emory E. Johnson, superintendent; Gordon Scverson, coach, manual training and science; Miss Kathleen Cassens, home economics and commercial; Miss Margaret Ellingson, English and dramatics; Robert Dean, band and vocal Iti- structor. Miss Margaret Shearer, seventh and eighth grades; Mrs. Marian Snyder, fifth and sixth grades; Mrs, Roberta Svvanson, fourth grade; Miss Frances Amundsen third grade; Miss Patricia Parland, second grade; Miss Verdelle Hubbell, first grade; Miss Anna Seim, kindergarten. ^Ed Nolle assisted by Mrs, Nolle will again serve as custodians and the bus drivers r wlll be Glen Fuller Lyle Sharar, Ronald Fuller and EC Nolle. The hot lunch cooks are Mrs. Lloyd Kurd, Mrs. Elsie Kbffke and Mrs. Leonard Kelly School lunch will start Tuesday. Lunch tickets are 20 cents from kindergarten \o the fourth grade From fifth grade through high school lunch tickets are 25 cents The new addition to the Popejoy schoolhousc, which includes the new gymnasium, also new lunchroom, home economics .and kindergarten rooms in the basement has recently been completed. A considerable quantity of new equip merit has been Installed. Rites at Iowa Falls for Pioneer Resident IOWA FALLS--Mrs. Hattle C Caitic, 88,. died Wednesday night at Ellsworth Municipal Hospital, whcro she had been a patient since last April following a stroke. She was a lifelong resident of this vi cinily. She was . born HatUc Axtel! daughter of Sylvester and Cath- nrlno Axtell, near Iowa Falls, Nov. 8, 1W!3. ' She was married to Rob' crl'T, Cnlne, who died u number of years ago. A daughter, Miss Ida Caine of Iowa Falls, survives. Funera services will be held at 2 p.in Saturday at the First Methodist Church with the llev. Warren Fel ler officiating. Burial will be In Union Cemetery. The body Is «' the Harlyn W. Hoe Funeral Home INJURED IN FALL. 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