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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 11

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junior Sftow Sto£iirHfc Forifcy Prices CHARLES CITY--One hundred sixteen head of beef weighing 109, 720 pounds brought - young bee: growers a total of $37,018.14 at the close of the FJoyd County Junior Livestock Show at the Charles City sales barn', Top beef was sold by David Gau ger,, FLoyjd, for- $37 per hundred weight to Rath Packing Company The beef ^was a Hereford weighing ^ 1,140 pounds. The beef brough $421.80. Beef averaged $33.74 per hundredweight with a, high of $37 per hundredweight and a low of $30 per hundredweight. Top selluigt sheep , bold bj , Larry Kqpisch, Nora Sprmgs, and Vern Laun, Rockford. Both 'sold to Ky Blun^, Charles C,i ^y, for $32.75 per' hundredweight.' Both were hanipshires... , Nineteen, head of sheep were sold averaging $30,40 per hundredweight, with a low o $27.25 per hundredweight. Top selling hog was sold by Jer aid Phillips, .Floyd, to Rath Pack ing Company at Waterloo for a to tal of $53.75 or $25 per hundred weight for^215 pounds. Twenty-six single hogs and 13 -litters weighing 17,460 pounds sold for a total b $3,075.12. ; ; Average price fqr hogs was $22.76'per hundredweight; high price was $25 · pier hundredweigh and low price $21:75 per hundred weight. . . . . . . . . Oldest Resident of Palo Alto Succumbs EMMEXSBURG -^ Funeral serv ices for 'Miss Emma Henry, 95 resident of Emmelsburg for nearlj CO years.Vand Palo Allo County' oldest citizen, were to be helc Thursday at the Congregation'a Church. The Rev. Paul R. John son, pastor of \the,/First Mcthodis Church, was to officiate in .the ab sencc of- Dr: F.--.T.: Mayer-Oaks Burial in-Evergreen Cemetery with the Martin /· Funeral H o m e in charge. ;'· .,, ; ...;· · ; , .Miss Henry?, died at her horn here Tuesday following an Ulnes oC several jnonths. She was born a Athens, MOiy.Nqys-4,-1856.- Survivors are three 'nieces anc two nephews. AUTHORIZED Sales Service PHONE 162 Home Appliance Co. 20 Second St. N. E. £ Veterans to Hold Labor Day Celebration Third Annual Event Monday GIFT-FOR-HIGHLANDERS--A stuffed Scottie is pre-v Dented to Bill Adamsoh, director of t h e Scottish Highlanders of the State University of Iowa on tour of Europe, by Mrs. G. Naith of Aberdeen, Scotland, Flanking Adamson are Ruth Ashton, left, of Iowa City, and Wilma Waller, right, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer J, Waller, of Charles City. · , · · Here and There-News of Your Neighbors in % North Iowa and Minnesota CORWITH--Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Schnetzer of Hunting,;Mo.; visited with the former's sister, Mrs, Charles Morlrmor, and family. RAKE--Gwen Jutting and Virginia Quam went to Swea City Monday where they will teach in the grade school. C O R W I T H--Mary and Bobby Houston of'Day ton, la., visited re cently with Mr., and Mrs. John Daniel., : LONE ROCK--The Rev. and Mrs. Delmar Buer and family of Walla Walla, Wash., and Mrs. Ellen Tluer of Hawthorne, Wis., called at the H. A.JIoImgren homer Mr.' Buer is a' former missionary in Africa. RAKE--Mr. and Mrs. Arden Ryg are the parents of a daughter born Aug. 25 at the Blue Earth, Minn, hospital. S W E A C I T Y--Mr. arid Mrs George Eden are parents of a son born Aug. 21 at Naeve Hospital Albert Lea, Minn. . · / · . . . . JOICE -- Mr; arid Mrs.' Jerome Ro'gries o£ Leland, 'formerly o: Joicei' are the parents of a ^on born recently' at the Forest City hos pital/ ' · · ' : · · · ' : WESLEY--Mr. and Mrs. . A . - N Richtsmeter and three children re turned from an 11-day trip through 12 southern and eastern stales. SHEFFIELD--Arnett Kammeier left for.Indianapolis, Ind., to attenc the secretaries' convention of the Retail : Hardware Association be fore returning to his home in Ar cadia; Calif. . and Mrs. Luke Ypungwirth ' : and~.daughter, Patty vi'sited the Louis yitzthums at Pon tiac,'111. ' " ' " . ' " . , ' R U D D--Marvin Anderson re turned from the University Hospi in Ipw'a City where he hac been" for the past'week following surgerj'. He will be using crutches for several weeks. .Fashion strikes up the U The banded shoe is marching away with all (he 11.95 fashion honors this Fall! When you sec how flattering ... how pretty these banded sho«s are ... you'll want to wear them right ·way! Gi\mm SHOES l« \tautifMj m*4t.. .m*Jtr*triy w »*eti io 1 tiding faihtoo to*R*xioc*, now t*t cbetn Stevenson's SHOE SALON WAYNE I. PEOELTY ;COODELL--Mr. and Mrs. Max Howick and children of Fort Dodge visited in the Owen Taylor home. POPEJOY--Mr. and Mrs. Don aid Iverson and son, Gary, of Oel- vein, also Mrs. Roland Camp anc laughter, Patty, of demons "arc visiting the women's/parents, Mr and Mrs. E. P. Chrislenson. BRADFORD--T. Sgt. John Mil er and family of Ranloul, III. spent a few days with the soldier's nolher, Mrs. Lee Miller. The were called here by the death o. Russell Sanders. GENEVA--Mrs. D. F. Moine and two daughters, Grctchen and Jane visited Mrs. Moine's aunt in Chi cago the past 12 days. WESLEY--Mr. and Mrs. John Voss of Luvernc and Mr. and Mrs Jim Smith and family of Lisbon N.D., and Mr. and Mrs. Sim Bcmis and daughter of Mallard were re cent guests in the Herman Wise lome. WAUCOMA -- M i s s Ann Scallan of Washington, D..q., is here, callec iy the death.of her father, James E. Scallan. SPILLVILLE^-Dr. Alois Kovarik .eft this week for New Haven Conn., to attend Yale -University after spending six weeks with his relatives and friends. PLYMOUTH--Mr, and Mrs. Ed ward Factor and Joe Novak visitec Mr. and Mrs. Joe Chopek of Glen ville, Minn. WESLEY--A daughter was born t6 Mr. and Mrs. Arvin Larson at St Ann Hospital, Algona, Aug. 20. GREENE--Missionary and Mrs Martin Heist and chjldr.cn Grcgorj and Janet arrived- from New Guinea for a visit. in the Burton Shultz and Martin . Senne homes They . arrived at Wavcrly Iron New Guinea. . ; . SHEFFIELD -- Mrs. G e o r g e Barnes left for New York City t attend the national' convention o the American Legion Auxiliary. BODE--Dr. and Mrs. P. W. Qual ly are spending a 10-day vacation it Canada. They were accompaniec on the trip by their son-in-law anc daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Rober Torrence, Caroline and Patty o Red Oak. ALTA VISTA--Leon Recker, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Recker, i spending'his leave with home folk/ here during the period of his trans for' from Brooks Field, Texas', ti Washington, D. C. LAKOTA -- Mr. and Mrs. Ho; Smith and two sons left for. Ft. Lau derdalc, Fla. The son, Conlcy, wil enter the University of Florida thi fall. Big Parade at 10a.m. to Start Festivities BELMOND -- Belmond's Legion- aires and Veterans of Foreign Wars have completed preparation or their third annual Veterans' L«- xr Day celebration here Monday. o-Chairrnan Marvin Meiriders and J. Neunian announce that a full ay of events has beea planned, Festivities vMU ;start at '10:15: v i. with a parade of floats, riding orses, farm equipment, uniforrived narchers arid kiddies' trikes, bikes nd pet entries. More than $60 in rizes will be awarded to parade inners in three divisions. Roland Brom's Belmond High chool Band will march in the pa- ado and then present a brief "pro- ram in the park while coinpeti- ors^are lined up for a series of aces and novelty contests. There -ill be sprints for youngsters up irbugh the age of 14, a nail-drlv- contest for women, watermelon ating contest for boys and prizes or -oldest man, oldest wbrhani ouhgest boy and girl babies, and he family with the largest mime r o f members present. . , · : . ' . A doubleheadcr for baseball fans vil start at 1 p.m. In the first anie, .the Belmond Junior Legion earn will 'tangle with a group of Idtimers who were local diamond tars 25 years ago and longer. In he se_eond contest, Belmond's .'omahawks will play the strong rarne'r nine for a $75 purse. Additional entertainment leat- ircs will include free ice cream ars for children in the city park uring the morning program, a iony ride for the little tots, and a .ance at Veterans' Memorial Hall n the evening as the concluding vent on the day's program. Engagement and Wedding Rings Priced From 75.00 to 360.00 . . Convenient Terms WATCHES DIAMONDS 12 East State Aged Woman Dies at Charles City; Funeral Friday CHARLES CITY--Funeral' serv ces will be held Friday at 2 p. m it the Hauser Funeral Home for Mrs. Charles Layman, 83, who dipc at the Cedar Valley Hospital Tues lay afternoon where she had been id mi tied four hours earlier. She lad been in failing health for sev oral months. The Rev. H. F. Met ccr, pastor of the Central Meth odist Church; will officiate aiu jurial will be in Riverside Ceme tcry. Mrs. L a y m a n was born Louise Ann West, daughter of Mr. anc Mrs. George West, Dec.,3,' 1868, ii L.ondpri, England. She was marriec :o Charles Layman, Nov. : 24, 1900 n'Charles City. Survivors include a son, Charles Layman; Charlc, :Hy, and two grandchildren. Her uisband died in 1948. Wounded Soldier Returns to Duty CHARLES CITY--Pfc. Dunne F Harlman, 21, husband of Mrs. Car ol Van Horn Hartman, 1207 Gilbcr Street, Charles City, · has been wounded in action in Korea, ac cording to the department o( de 'onse. Mrs. HarLman said Wed nesday that she had received a let- er from her husband saying tha a grenade which hit his helmet cu lim.'but that he was now back with lis company. . Hartman was grad lated from the Ionia High School His parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry lartman .live in California. 2 Polio Patients in Fair Condition SING AT JOICE---The Messengers Quartet of Augsburg College, Minneapolis, traveling for the third summer on a 3-month tour, will sing at tho Bethany Lutheran Church Saturday at 8 p, m. The program will bo in connection with an ice cream social. List Faculty atGoldfield * for New Year Charles City Briefs Mrs: Ed WoellhoC of Clay Cerier, Kans., is. visiting her son-in- aw and daughter, the Rev. and Mrs. Robert L. Ossman, 601 Gilbert Street. Melviri Kramer, 1312 E Street, s in the Veterans Administration Ipspital in lies Moines, receiving rcatnient for malaria. His address s Room 232, Ward C. Harry \V. Landborg has been akcn to a Rochester, Minn., hospital for treatment and major surgery. His address is, Room 320, St. Mary's Hospital, Rochester, rtlnn. Landborg operates the Landborg Feed and Seed store. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence iiBailtzer and two daughters, Jpann vand )eon of Phillips, Tex., are visiting relatives and friends here. A fafn- Waltor Kline, 405 19th Avenue, s confined to his bed with a kid- icy infection. Kline has been ill more than two weeks. ily reunion and picnic dinner was neld Sunday til 'Wildwood Park. Thirty-eight relatives were present from 'Shell Rock, Manly, Hampton, Waterloo, N a s h u a Charles City,- Ionia, Floyd anc Monroe, Wis. Mrs. Emory Field and daugh^pi Darlene have returned homo after a -visit with Mn Field, who is at the Colonial Hospital, Rochester Minn.', for treatment. Miss' Ficlc was called home from Colorado Springs, Colo., by her father's ill ness: He is in Room 403-A, fourth floor. Kenneth Jcnn, son of Mr. am Mrs.' Clarence Jenn, 1512 Sal/.cr Street, is. visiting his parents this week. Jenn ( a student at the Chi cago Academy of Fine Arts, at tended 1 , the .-summer .session anc will return Sept. 2 for the fall term. Guests at the O. H. Baumari home, 140C East Clark Street, are their two sons, Lee Bauman, A. 1 T) 3/c · and Lynn Bauman, A. E 3/c, both stationed at Mo'ffetl Field, Calif., and their son-in-la\\ and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Wit liam George and family, Dallas. Tex. Lynn Bauman has b e e n transferred to' M of fell Field after \.Vi years duly at Midway Island A family reunion was. held at the Moose grounds Sunday. Mrs. R. V. Reynolds, the former Bca Flcshcr, left Wednesday for Balnbridge, Md., to join her husband who is enrolled in the Navy's ireman technician school. Mrs. Reynolds, a Bell Telephone operator, was. transferred by the company to Havre do Grace, Md. Mrs. Herman Tomingo, 604 South r ohnson Street, has entered St, Joseph's Hospital, Waverly, . for rcatment and surgery. She is in loom. 20. Births as reported by the Cedar Valley Hospital Wednesday included sons to Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Crcger, and Mr. and Mrs. Mike Meyer, all of Charles City. Larry Mauss left for his home n Waterloo .Wednesday after spending- the summer with his grandmother, Mrs. V. Voungdahl, levi North Main Street. Eva Scrimgcr and David Scrim ger are spending the : week in Minneapolis, Minn., visiting the brmor's brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Donald .Scrimgcr. Mr. and Mrs. Frecmont Ballman and Mr. and Mrs. James G-ranncr and son, Donald, of Toledo, O., are visiting Mr. Granncr's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Granncr, 901 Jackson street. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ayers and :hree daughters, Mrs, Richard Gray, Mrs. Henry Becker, and Mrs. Harold Meyer attended graveside services at Frederlcksburg Tuesday for Joan Gray, six-year- old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Gray, of Cedar Falls, The child died Sunday at Iowa City from bulbar polio. She was a niece of Mr. and Mrs. Ayers. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Gabc, of Greene, are the parents of a son, born at the Cedar Valley Hospital Tuesday. Joseph ; Leibold, 20, of New Hampton, and Phyllis Boehmer, 18, of ^Charles City, obtained a marriage license at the office of District Court Clerk Tuesday.' Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Wall and daughter, Sue, arrived Tuesday from LaGrange,' 111., for a visit with Mrs. Wall's mother,. Mrs.,H. Blunt, 503 Blunt:Street. GOLDFIELD - Registration for the Cioldfield Independent school will be held Tuesday morning, with dismissal at noon, The first full day of school will be, Wednesday, Teachers meeting will be held on Monday. · · , · A record enrollment In the 'kindergarten, and as a result In the entire school, is expected. Kindergarten pupils must bo five years old before Nov, J5 of this year to enroll. A great amount of work lias been done in the building this summer Several grade rooms have' beet, redecorated, new doors have 'been Installed at the entrances, one classroom has been equipped with new seating. The sixth grade wil occupy the northwest room on the second floor formerly used as a high school classroom. School lunches will be serve* this year beginning Wednesday The lunches will be served to, al students desiring to ent at schoo for $1.50 per week. The lunch money will be paid to the ho'm room teacher on the first schoo day of each week. New teachers In the system In elude- Mrs. Beatrice Stockdale kindergarten; Miss Ellen Kloster, Forest City, first grade; Miss Marilyn Ellcfson, Forest City, fifth grade; and Jack Jones, Junior High. Other teachers returning are Supt. E. J. Blumeyur, James Carroll, principal; Ralph Drolluigcr, vocal, instrumental music; Truman Stclloh, social science and coach- Ing; Mrs. Trum,an Stelloh, English; Marlyn Lachore, commercial; Mrs. James Carroll, sixth grade; Mrs, Gencvieve Porter, fourth 'grade; Miss Frances Kabclc, third grade; Miss Juanita Gjerde, s e c o n d grade. Lee Plunkctt wilt serve as custodian, Mrs'. L. L. Olson and Mrs. W, V. Jones will be the cooks for the lunch program and Mrs. Betty Shirley will be school secretary. n, mt our II ,«*», fe mployes to, vote for union repye- entation, according to. G l e a n Marrs'j publicity director for Local 15-F UE. $ Marr?/,bla.njed .1 , . ,, _ . . , _ n the refusal of Raokta'ii management, to recognize laid-otf^ em- ployes.' rights 'to vote in aif ejection at an NLRB informal conference, Aug.'23. In addition, be.saJd^ta* t,rike is'a result of intimidation'of he, workers , and ,lhe, company's, attempt * to discourage and', dis- rganize the employes' ;organiia- ional efforts. , ' ' . - ^ f , \''^v,.^,;-;^ Speaking .for Rankin em ploy wi vho haye^ organized th.e union, Marrs said they can see no justi- ication of a formal'. k NLHl',he«ruig with its subsequent delays'"of in election, "An immediate; election .0 determine" union'' represebution s the desire of the employe*,"; be added. ,; . - . , ',' - ' . DIES IN DBS MOINIS CHARLES CITY-Fuaeral'Wv- ices were to bo hold in Des Moines Thursday-, with, ,burial,i in, the,, Rock Grove Cemetery near Nora Spring* for Walter P. Henry, 86, of Dei Moines, father of Lloyd U. Henry, 1310. South.. Main .Street, Charles City, who died Tuesday in a Dex Moines hospital following a week's illness. Mr..Henry is survived by his wife, hii son in Charles City, and a daughter, Ruth, in California. CORN GROWS DOUBLt CHA11LES CITY--A twin car .of sweet corn has b«en grown on the C. G. -Chambers . f a r m west of Hoseville. The ears which are atr tached to each other near the^tcm are being shown by Jerry Bill, 205 Fifth Avenue, Charles City. Rankin Plant Calls Strike CHARLES CITY--A strike, which was to be effective at 7 a. m. Frl day, was called this week by em pJoycs-of the Rankin Sales Com pany plant. The action,'decided by secret ballot about 5 p. ni. Tucs day, resulted, from^ the company's refusal-to agree to an NLRB con sent election which would allow formerly MID-CONTINENT A I ft L I N E t now Hfe I N T E R N A T I O N A L . A I R W A Y S for reservations anywhert insidt U.S.A. or Latin America, a!l your travel or, phone the Braniff office Pkont 654 SWALEDALE--T)r, W. C. Kennedy of Somcrs visited Mrs. Irene Kennedy recently. CHARLES .CITY-- Mary 20, of Elina, has been admitted U University of Iowa. Hospitals, Iowa [;ily, suffering from polio. Her con lition was listed as 'fair Thursday on the hospital polio report, Carla Scharpff, 17, Marble Rock resident who is in Iowa City with polio, was reported to be "the ·same" by a relative here Wednesday. Miss Scharpff makes her home with an uncle nnd nunt, Mr. and Mrs. W. If. Stabcnow, at Marble Rock. Hold Rites at Greene for Victim of. Burns CHARLES CITY-- Funeral serv-j ices were incomplete at the Hann Funeral Home, Greene, for Mrs.! Btirrcll Bclknap, 74, Greene, who] died early Wednesday morning at! the Cedar Valley Hospital, Charlcsj City, from burns suffered Monday! when starting a fire with kerosene. She harl been in the hospital here since the accident. Mrs. Bel knap was horn Lcnie Creedcn, June 22, 1874, in Utilicr County, daughter of Mr. and M r s . William Crccdcn. She was married to Burrell Bclknap in February, 1903, at Green. Survivors are her husband and three sons: Galen, Charles City; Harold, Minneapolis, Minn., and Everett, Waterloo, and one daughter, Mrs. Dean (Lola) Belknap. She was preceded in death by two brothers, two sisters and her parents. Sterncraft's SLUMBER-GRO SAFETY SLEEPING BAG . . . NOW IN A NEW IMPROVED *r «**"/ VERSION! "Just the thing for baby. This unique garment . , . one size grows from 3 months to 3 years. Now, with the new feature of turn-back grow cuffs! Sanforized cotton flannelette. Maize, mint, pink, blue or white solid paste] colors or nursery prints. Snip a stitch and pull. Bottom goes down as baby grows up. Two extra tucked-in folds expand 6 inches at each fold! Infants--firtt floor Moton City's Two Favorites! CREPE SOLE , . ond Kiltie* $6.95 White Bucks with the style features your* must have . . . red rubber soles, spring heels, plain toes! Suede oxfords with removable kilties, smooth-edged soles that stay neal, can be washed! In Black, Rust, Green, and Grey. SHOE SALON FIRST FLOOR Vv

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