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Mason City, Iowa
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Friday, August 29, 1952
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The wives arc invited to this meeting and Lions and their wives from Kenselt, Manly, Hanlontown, Fertile, Northwood, Floyd and Charles City will be invited. Plymouth Lions are indebted to the Kensett Lions Club for a lot of help and information in organizing their club. Officers include Charles Ciner, Waldorf College Annoilincds Orientation Week Program president; Lloyd Stevens, first vice president; J. O. Hanson, second vice; M. L. Molsberry, third vice; D. G. Goctschius, secretary-treasurer; L. D. Snell, lion tamer; Herman Hansen, tail twister; M. J. Mikkalson, Lester Warn, Frank Peshak and Harold Graham, board of directors. The Rev. George Scheidder is the chairman of the charter committee. Newell Hugi -is FOREST ' CITY--The week of Sept. 7 through, 14 has been set aside as orientation week at Waldorf College. Many activities have been arranged to help .the new students learn more about the college where they will be spending their next nine months. The full,week of activity for the students will start Sunday, Sept 7, with a meeting of all the women students upon arrival on the campus. The opening convocation will be held Monday, Sept. 8 at 3:30 a. m. in the chapel. President Sidney A. Kaud will give the. welcome address. The balance of that day will be in a testing program for all new students and the beginning of registration for all returning students. The day's activities will be climaxed by a "Newcomers Mixer" to be held at the Forest City Civic Auditorium beginning at 7:30. All students and faculty are invited. Tuesday and Wednesday, Sept. 9 and 10, will be laken up by a con Linuation of the registration and orientation for the high school students. An "Activities Whirl" will liighlight the students' time, scheduled for 7:30 p. m. Wednesday at the college gym. The actual registration period chairman of membership committee. The club has 18 members. Rader Speaks at Ringsted Celebration SIDNEY A. RAND --Waldorf Pr«std«nt RINGSTED--A large crowd attended the community picnic here Thursday featured by a big dinner at noon with free ice cream and pop. Highlight of the day was an address in the afternoon by the Hon. Leroy Rader of Storm Lake, Democratic candidate for justice of the Iowa Supreme Court. The remainder of the day was devoted to ball games, races, horseshoes, a water fight by the firemen and a dance at night. will close on Thursday afternoon, Sept. 11, and at 8 that evening a formal reception ;will be held in the college lobby with the faculty and students participating. Friday, Sept. 12, will see the starting of classes for the school year at 7:45 a. in. That evening, the students will be roller skating at the local rink giving all a better chance to meet informally and have an enjoyable evening. Sunday, Sept. 14, will find the conclusion of a very busy week for all Ihe students and faculty, and all have been invited to Immanuel Lutheran Church, the col- ege church, to participate in morning worship. The evening has been set aside for a gathering of all interested students at 6:30 p. m. at the college gym, upon invitation of the Lutheran Student Association of the college. MEETINGS In North Iowa NORA SPRINGS--The September meeting of the American Legion Auxiliary will be held at 8 p. m. Monday in the Legion hall, according to the president of the local unit, Mrs.'C. G. Kraupa. GARNER--The Rebekah Lodge Circle was to meet in the home Give Proceeds to Recreation 10 O'Clock Parade to Feature Kiddies KANAWHA--The annual Youth Day Celebration will bo held here Monday featured by a pnrado nnd a queen contest. Receipts from the celebration will go to recreation activities o£ tho youth;of tho commu- nlly next summer, including swimming instruction. Tho parade will bo .staged at 10 a, m. There will be three marching bands and entries by the younj folks. It will be a "kiddie parade" with prizes offered for various entries. Prizes Offered Prizes will be awarded to parade winners for comic, bicycles, tricycles, doll carriages, novelly, impersonations, children's f l o a t s , business floats and pets. The H,on. LeRoy A. Rader, Storm Lake attorney, will speak in · the (own park at 11 a. m. Tho Kanawha school band will give a short concert in the park at 10:45 a. m, preceding the address. A queeii conlesti will be held, votes being given for purchases of merchandise. The'queen candidates will ride in the parade.' Races and contests of various kinds for youth will be held at the school ground at 1 p. m. Prizes will be given for first and second places in each. At 2:30 p. on. the speedy Eagle of Mrs. Mabel Love Friday at 2 p. m. Mrs. Abbie Tierney assisting hostess. CRYSTAL LAKE--The American Legion Auxiliary will meet Tuesday afternoon in the hall with Mrs. Howard Rose, Mrs. Kermit Delgar and Mrs. Leo Morman as hostesses. ENDS SERVICE--Lr. John Luchan of Kensett received his discharge from the Army at Camp McCoy, W i t . , ending service which began In April, 1951. He served In Korea, later returning to Japan with the 24th Division. Luchan, a three-year veteran of World War II, I* in Kensett with his wife who was Donna Mae Houston before their marriage. Need Urgent for Hospital Nurses' Aides IOWA CITY--Men and women between the ages of 18 and 50 are urgently needed to fill nurses' aide Tosltions in the State University of Iowa Hospitals. According to Marie Tener, direc tor of nursing service at University Hospitals, the primary qualifi cation of a nurses' aide is the do slro to help care for sick people. They must, of course, be in good physical health because of the great amount of walking and standing, May B« WE SPECIALIZE IN TASTY SANDWICHES POPULAR BRANDS OF BEER Burgener's Cafe 631 6th Street S. W. (formerly Costa's Cafe) E X P E C T GUESTS GRAFTON--Mr. and Mrs. Art Tretten are awaiting the arrival of their son-in-law and daughter, S. Sgt. and Mrs. Elery Kruegcr of Travis Airfield Base, Fairfield, Calif. Upon their arrival the Tret- tins will accompany them to Alabama where Sgt. Kruegcr will attend a medical school for 12 weeks, Mrs. Krueger will return home with her parents and will again join him after he has completed his school course when he will be stationed in a hospital at Omaha, Neb. D A N C E SATURDAY NIGHT, AUGUST 30 Music By The RHYTHM-AIRES HIDDEN INN MANLY, IOWA. Buffalo Center Community Club to Show Flowers BUFFALO CENTER--The Woman's Communily Club is sponsoring a flower and vegetable show at its first meeting Sept. 2. It is hoped to make it a community affair. The flower show includes: 1. Mixed bouquet. 2. One variety bouquet (different colors). 3. Miniature bouquet. 4. T a b l e arrangements, using flowers alone, or flowers with either fruit or vegetables. 5. Novelty arrangement which may include holiday cenler pieces, etc. G. House plants. 7. Specimen class--To be in plain glass jars. Any variety such as zinnias, m a r i g o l d , calendula, phlox, aster, delphinium, pansy, snapdragon, petunia, sweet peas, cosmos, rose, etc. Vegetable show will include: 1. Exhibit of three each 'of any vegetable, such as carrots, pota- loes, cucumbers, lomatoes, clc. 2. Combination group of vegc- lables. Prizes will be awarded. Grove league team will play the Kanawha teanv at baseball. . C r o w n i n g of Qut«n The crowning of the queen will take place on a specially constructed stand at 9:15 p. m. There will bo a program of local talent in the evening. Ample eating stands have been provided for the day and plenly of food will be available at all limes during the day. There will also be the usual concessions and rides, with stands at which all carnival novelties may be obtained. The day will be climaxed by n big dance sponsored by the Veterans of Foreign Wars at their hall. Music by the Cavaliers. 4-H Boys Complete Projects for Year GARNER--County Extension Dl rector Paul Henderson this week Is advising Hancock County 4-H boys that their record books on the various -projects must bo completed and filed in his off i c e - b y Sept. 1, Those members \yho exhibited at tho annual achievement show will not receive any of the premium money unless books have been completed and turned in by the deadline. The books will be graded and classified in blue, red and while groupings. 4-H members who did not exhibit at tho achievement show are urged to complete and turn in their books as they are eligible for further competition. Each member is required lo keep an accurate record of feed and other expenses required by his project as well as a record of his 4-H ncliv- ilics for Ihc year. PLAN BAZAR, SUPPER Previous experience as an aide would bo helpful, but it is not essential, Miss Tener said. She added thnt a high school education is desired and that all applicants must pass a physical examination. Those persons accepted for employment ns nurses' aides will be given a three-week training c6urse by tho nursing staff of the) University hospitals. The first week will nclude orientation and demonstrn- :ions; the second week the aides will be assigned to wards with continued classwork two hours dally, The third week tho aide will be as signed to her work where she will bo closely supervised during the next few weeks until she feels confidence in herself. Miss Toner pointed out that nurses' aides arc urgently needed lo assist the nurses in carrying out such duties as giving patient's baths, making beds, taking temperature, pulse and respiration readings, transporting patients in wheel chairs and s t r e t c h e r s .hroughout the. hospitals, feeding iclplcss patients and answering the patients' calls, R»ll«v« Nurttr "In short," Miss Tener said, "the nurses' aide is another pair of hands for tho nurse, to relievo the nurse of many routine duties so that she can'givo her time to the more complicated duties of nursing.' Mason Ciiy Trades and Labor Assembly INVITE YOU TO THEIR ANNUAL 1 IflBOR L BENEFIT MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 1 SURF BALLROOM CLEAR LAKE, IOWA MUSIC BY JULES HERMAN and His Orchestra Adm.: $1.00 Per Person, incl. tax Forest Ranger, Once North lowan, Killed NORA .SPRINGS-- Frederick U. Bergemey'er, assistant chief ranger in Zion National Park, was "killed in line of duty," according to a telegram sent to friends here this week by his father, J. E. Bergc- meyer of San Bernardino, Calif. No further particulars were available, except that the .wire also stated that services would be held in a mortuary at Las Vegas, Nev., at 2 p. m., Aug. 27. Frederick Bergemcycr, o T i l y child of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Berge- meycr.'was reared in Nora Springs and altendcd school here. He was graduated from Fowa Slate College at Ames and had since been Bristow School Enrollment 104 BRISTOW -- Schools at Brislow opened this week with almost a full new staff. The faculty includes the following: Eleanor Nettleton, first and second grades; Margie Nettleton,i third, fourth and fifth; Mrs. CaUi- 1 erine Winficld, sixth, seventh and eighth. Richard L. Bcncsh is superintendent; Paul Paine, conch and commercial; William Lawrence, English and social science; Kathryn Benesh, music. Mrs. Richard Rindels is lunch room cook, with Mrs. Percy Merrill Sr., assistant. The enrollment in the grades was 72, in the high school 32. New seats of the most modern design were purchased by the board for the high school assembly room. These arc adjustable to each individual. NORA .SPRlNGS-The Christian Church Circle will hold a bazar and supper Saturday, Oct. 4. JOINS PARTNIRSHIP-- Dr. K. J. Krotch will [ein Dr. H. C. F«ld!ck and Dr. L, F. Crtms In th» Buffalo C«n»«r Clinic S*pt. 1. For th« p««t two yoir* h« hat b««n practicing mtdicln* and *urgtry at W«hp*ton, N. D., and Br«ek«nrld0«, Minn, H« U · graduate of tho Stato L'nlvorsity of Iowa and complotod hit ihforn- ihlp at St. Franci* Hoipital in LaCrosto, Wit. Ho sorvod In tho ·rmod forcoi from 1944 to 1944 at chlof of · surgical ward In tho A.A.F. rogional hospital/, Pattor- con Flold, Dayton, O. Immediately aft«r hit dlschargo from tho Army ho wai associated with tho department of general .surgery in the Memorial Hospital, Elklns, W . V a . . Schoblhduse ' \- 'r, at Plymouth Good as New PLYMOUTH--Plymouth .students' will onjoy a clean new atmosphere in -the High School:. this' year. "Ren" Snell and Cliff Mprrow have spent many 'long ,hours ' cleaning' and refinlshing the floors of the high school building preparing for a record attendance the coming year. , , , · , f ; ·· , ,. ; The walls ami hallways '· have been redecorated in new pastel colors which make the atmosphere, light and pleasing to the eyes. The cntiro grade building has been,' cleaned from top to bottom. .The band room has been repainted., The beautiful, well-'c a r e d-for school lawn is. in top condition ready for the tramping foot-falls of more than 300 students. Former Resident of Nora Springs Dies ,NORA ' SPRINGS:-- Graveside services for W.'P. Henry', 89, were held at the Rock Grove Cemetery south of town Thursday following services at DCS Molnes that morning. Sheffield Man Seeks Damages for Collision HAMPTON --- William Ubbcn, Sheffield, has filed suit in District court here- for $1,000 damages against'Harold "R. Shepherd, Sheffield , as 'the v result. of /a'' two"-car collision tn Sheffield in July, 1951. Ubbcn stales that he was going! south, and Shepherd west^ and that the latter ran'into him at the center of the intersection.. He charges that; Shepherd was negligent' on several .counts and that his negligence caused the acci- . dent. _ ·' / '-::\, , V ' ' ' · Ubbcn lists the amount of damage to his car as $206.66, and injuries to himself as a bruised and sprained back and neck for which he asks $793.34., , · \ . ' fice In AJnaon City, lawn, until Vclnclf, A.M. cm . Soplomtier '19th. LEGAL NOTICES employed as a His parents forest ranger. moved to Mason City from Nora Springs and then to California. They had spent a vacation here only a fevy weeks ago, and visited at their son's home on their way back to Cali fornia. Plymouth Teachers Took Summer Work PLYMOUTH -- Ten of the 10 teachers of Plymouth attended summer school this summer. Mrs. George Reynolds nnd Harry Anderson attended at Drake. Mrs. Martha Ehlcrs attendee] and was graduated from Mason City Junior College. Miss Lura Kinney spent the summer at Cedar Falls. Miss Esther Clans attended Northern Illinois Stale Teachers College at De Kalb, 111, Earl Mason finished his work for his masters degree at the University of Iowa, ter Farmakis spent his second ummer on his doctor's degree at he Chicago Musical College. Mr. and Mrs. Don Blanchard and Donald Goctschius spent the summer at the University of Wyoming in Laramie. NOTICE TO BIDDERS 3. Sealed bills will ho received by Ihe A u d i t o r of C'orro Qortlo County n t I d * of"- - " -- - 10,00 'or the various items of construction work Islod below / 2. A certified check drawn upon * solvent Town bank. In an a m o u n t j» net torth In lliu proposal form, m n d o payable to the County Auditor, shall be filed with cnch proposal. This check may be cashed nnd the proceeds retnlnud by the County Auditor an liquidated damages IF the bidder falls to cxccuto n contract and file nn approved bond for the f a i t h f u l performance thereof, within ten dny» after the acceptance of his bid. :i. Plans, specifications ami proposal forms for thu work may bu scon and may !a secured nt the office nt the County Auditor. ; 4. All proposals must be on the form* r 'irnlshcd by thu County, Healed untl plain- d marked. Proposals containing any res- , ivnllons not provided for In the forms furnished may bo rejected, and litn County Board reserves tho right to waive technicalities and to reject any or all bids. 5. A t t e n t i o n of bidder* Is directed to the Special Provisions covering the qualifications of- bidders ami sublcllInK or Inn of the contract. Work shall consist of I--24'x22' hrtdgo located In Socllnn 29. Township 9fi north, H.intie ID west, and Involving Item* a* follows: Class "A" concrete (fnipcr«trucliiro) lass "A" concrete (substructure) She added that nurses' aides work on a 40-hour week with a one-week vacation after the' first year and .wo weeks the second year. Pay ranges from $150 to $170 monthly. Other benefits are 30 days of sick leave annually, accumulating lo 90 days, Blue Gross insurance and life insurance, and the provision am laundry of uniforms by the hos pitaJs.' . '' ; Miss Tener urged that anyone In- .eresled in employment as a nurses' aide at the State University of loWa Hospitals contact her immediately, at the Nursing Service Office) Unl vcrsily Hospitals, Iowa City, Iowa. A former resident ,of Nora Springs, Mr. Henrynlied · Tuesday at his home In .Des , Molnes. His parents were pioneer'residents of the Nora Springs' community. Survivors , include his, wife,- one son, Lloyd Henry'of .Charles City, and a granddaughter, 'Mrs, Larry (Patricia) Thurston of Hutchinson, Kan. Mr. Henry was an uncle of VTrs. E. iC. Ilofler and Mrs.-Maude Bittcrman of Nora Springs. Mr. r a n d Mrs, E. C. Hofler'and Harry Helnsclman of Nora Springs, accompanied by Mr. and 'Mrs Uoyd Henry of Charles City, drove to Ues Moines to attend the rites. ,, HOLD LAST RITES J O I C E--Fluneral ''services for Miss Johanna Field, 82, were to be held Friday'at 2 p. th'e.Bea-, ver Creek Lutheran , Church.', She" died Wednesday at the Winnebago County Home where'.she had been, removed from the"Forest City,Hos-, pital. She suffered a broken hip th«' veek before. , · .'- ~lass "C" concrete Flnlnforclnpr steel 15.210 pounds Class 10 cxcnvntlon .... Class 20 excnvntlon .... Class 21 excavation ... Class 22 excavation ... August l l t h . 1932. Boarrl of .Supervisors County. INJURED IN FALL NORA SPRINGS--David Amlcr sen, 10, son of Mr. and Mrs. Svent Andersen, is on crutches as the re suit of a fall in which he broke two small bones in his left fool The accident occurred as David and a group of his young friends were playing on the banks of the Shcllrock River. "He fell from a seven or eight-foot cliff, landing in the water. 21.3 cubic ynrtl* 07.1 cubic ynrds 1.7 cuhlo yards 179 cubic yards 104 cubic yards J31 cubic yards 15 cubic ynrds of Ccrro Gordo By KEITH RAW, County A u d i t o r NOTICK OP A P P O I N T M E N T OF uxKcirroR STAT15 OF IOWA, Cerro Gordo County, an. No. 7906. Notice Is hereby given, that the undnr. signed lias been duly appointed and q u a l i - fied an Executor of tho estate of Ilattlc M. Harlow. Deceased, lalo of Ccrro Cordo County. All persons Indebted to nald estate are requested to make I m m e d i a t e payment! n n d those havlntf clnlms against (he K me will present them, d u l y authenticated, to the underslffncd for allowance, iml rile In the office of the Clerk of tha District Court. FHED S. HAHLOW D. H. FITZPATHICK, Attorney Dated August 13, 1952. S. II. MacPEAK. Clerk District Court By J E A N KOIIDE, Deputy -Alto Vista School Plans Hot Lunches ALTA VISTA -- A limited hot lunch program may be inaugurated in St. William's i school here this year. Details regarding the proposed plan will be made known later. The school year is to open Sept, 2 when pupils in the six lower grades will be given an opportunity to buy milk in half-pint containers. ·· The faculty includes the Rev. E. F. Uccker, superintendent; Sister M. Justin, Sister M. Leonessa, high school teachers; Sister M. Charline, first room; Sister M. Mnxinc, second room; Sister M. Carola, third room. Sister M. Agnolla will be in charge of music in all grades, and Sister M. Sarita will be .'in charge of the domestic department. Miss Edna Donahue will be utility teacher. DIES IN WASHINGTON t , ''GOODELL -- Mrs. * Eaton Avery received; word that /Thomas ; Murphy died at his home in Tacoma, Wash,, with burial there Aug. ,23. Mr. and MVs. Murphy have visited annually with local relatives. She is a niece of L. G. Avery and is the former Gladys Schmalle Bennett. Garner School Band Plays at State Fair GARNER -- The Garner High School marching band will appear at the Iowa State Fair on Labor Day. The band, one of the outstanding organizations in North fowa, hns won six successive top ratings in state competition. It is directed by Miss Barbara Jean Rankin. The band also appeared in the hobo parade at Brill on Wednesday. 7 Bands took Part at Britt Hobo Day BR1TT -- Bands.from Hayfield, Garner, Crystal Lake, Kanawha and Woden in addition to the Brilt and Algona bands reported in Ihe Globe-Gazette took part in the Hobo Day celebration at Brilt earlier this week. NOTICK OF PHOI1ATE OF WIM, STATK OF IOWA, Cerro Gordo County, ss. In District Court. No. 733J. June Term, 1D32. To All Whom II M«jr Concern: You are hereby notified, that an Instrument of writing purporting to bo Ilia List W i l l nnd Testament of C. O. Johnson, Deceased, dated April 12, 1531, having been this day filed, opened and Monday the 8th dny of .Seplcmber, 1932, Is fixed tor he«r- InK proof of Hncnc at the Court House in Mason City, Iowa, before tho District Court of said County, or the Clerk of said Court; and at 10:00 o'clock A. M., cf the day above mentioned all persons Interested are hereby n o t i f i e d «nd required to, and xhow cause, If any (hey have, why Instrument should not ho probated nnd allowed as and for the last Will and Testa- m e n t of snld deceased. Dated at Mason City, Iowa, August 27, 1952. S. U. MacPEAK, Clerk of District Court By J E A N HOHDE, Depuly Shoes For Wom»n ol DUtinctibn le orison's 15 South Federal WAYNE E. PEDELTY MID-CONTINENT A I R L I N E S now He* I N T E R N A T I O N A L A I R W A Y S , for fijwvotioni inside U.S.A. or Latin America call your travel agent or phone the Broniff offici Phone 654 RADIO SERVICE ICK UP a oiLivtoi 019 So FEDERAL T E L . 5 0 4 WE SERVICE C. Q. Win. K. A. Silibiry ALL BOTTLED GAS APPLIANCES RAPID-THERMOCAS CO. PHONE 1542 MASON CITY, IOWA NOTICE OK THE APrOfNTMENT OF E X K C t J T R I X STATR OF IOWA, Ccrro Gordo County, n«. No. 7895. Notice I* hereby Riven, that the undersigned ha* been duly appointed and fiuall- flrd a» Kxccutrix of tiio c«Uto of .ramcn W. Spivitl. Dccouicd, lain of Cerro Oordo County. AH persons Indebted to laid cslntc are renuented to m.iko Immediate- pny- ment; and those having claim* agalnnt the 'same will present them, duly authenticated, lo the underilgncd for allowance, and file In the office of tho Clerk of the District Court. M A K V SPnATT GEOrtGE n. HM.KE, Attorney Datcif August 27, 1952. S. If. MacPEAK, Clerk District Court iiy JF:AN HOHDF:, Deputy ARE Y O U R GLASSES DATED??? You certainly aren't wearing a 5 or 6 year old hat . . .and yet/ it is less conspicuous than your glasses. W« have many modem' ityles to choose from . . . Including Ihe most conservative and rugged to the most modem and elaborate. Opticians, Inc. Room 2 , . . First Notional Bank Bids.- PHONE 2257 -MASON CITY, IOWA Owned and Operated by Mason CHy Men

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