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Mason City, Iowa
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Friday, April 27, 1956
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Flemming Rites to Be Saturday at Charles City CHARLES CITY—Funeral services will be held Saturday at 1:30 p.m. at the Hauser Funeral Home for Everett Dain Flemming, 81. He died at the Harris Nursing Home in Marble Rock where he had made his home for the past 11 years. The Rev. Max Paige, pastor of the Marble Rock Methodist Church, will officiate and buria! will be made in Oak Hill Cemetery at Nashua. He was born Nov. 5, 1874. He married Edith Farley, who died a year after their marriage. He is survived by one daughter, Mrs Harold Grimmes, of Blooming ton, m. His parents and one brother, besides his wife, pre ceded him in death. MAN, OH, MAN THAT BUDWEISER IS TERRIFIC . . . TRY IT. YOU'LL AGREE THAT udweise IS KING OF BEERS CRAYCHEE SALESJne. 510 So. Delaware Phone 360 EUGENE HULSHIZER GERALD HULSH1ZER BROTHERS IN SERVICE—Eugene Hulshizer and his brother, Gerald, sons of Mr. and Mrs. Fritz Hulshizer, St. Ansgar, have returned to their duties after a furlough at home. Eugene has completed recruit training at San Diego Marine Recruit Center. Gerald sailed from Boston for 15 months with the 2nd Armored Division in Germany. Rites Scheduled for Miss Kinney at Elma Church ELMA—Funeral services will be conducted Saturday morning for Kathleen Kinney, 46, \('ho died Wednesday. The services will be at 8:30 at the Immaculate Conception Church here. She is survived by eight brothers and sis- jters, Steve and Dan, San Berna- jdino, Calif.; Joe, Bremerton, iWash.; Matt, Elma; Mrs. Peter ;Kifch, St. Paul; Mrs. John Mad !den, Mrs. George Egan and Mrs. jDon Ostermann, Bremerton Wash.; Mrs. Gerald Brennan, Anaconda, Mont., and Mrs. Ray Boehmer, Elma. DANCE FRONTIER BALLROOM Rademaker Rites Sunday GRAFTON—Mrs. John (Anna) Rademaker, 90, died Thursday at a Mason City nursing home following a short illness. Funeral services will be Sunday at 2 p.m. at the Immanuel Lutheran Church here with burial in he Grafton Cemetery. The Bride ?uneral Home, Manly, is in charge. She was married to John Rademaker on March 11, 1888. In 1891 hey came to the United States rom Germany. They lived in Franklin County for 22 years and moved to a farm near Grafton in 1913. In 1930 they retired and moved to Grafton. Surviving are six childlren, Mike Rademaker and Mrs. Edwin Walk, both of Kensett; Mrs. Al- jert Walk and John Rademaker, 30th of Grafton, Mrs. George Schultz, Northwood, and Mrs. Lawrence Braun, St. Ansgar. Her husband John preceded her in death in 1949. Three daughters are dead also. as Apr!) 17, ' IfW S Globe-Gazed*, Mason City, I». President; to ELC Post Saturday, April 28 MALEK'S ACCORDION Band Admission SOc until 9:00 P. M. — Regular Admission After 9:00 P. M.— COME EARLY AND SAVE Nashua Woman Dies at Charles City NASHUA—Miss Edith Notton 83, died Wednesday at the Cedar Valley Hospital where she was a patient for treatment of pneu monia. She had lived here all her Life and in her early days was a saleslady in the Woodbridge Drug Store. She is survived by one sister, Mrs. Lawrence, Al gona, and one brother, Elmer Nashua. CHARLES CITY—Mr. and Mrs. Harold Bell, Coos Bay, Ore., are the parents of twins, a son and a daughter. They have two other children, Gordon, 4, and Gary, 22 months. Mrs. Bell is the former Selma Cagley, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Cagley, Charles City. Glenville Man Dies at Albert Lea Hospital GLENVILLE, Minn.—Funeral services were held from the Bonnerup and Son Funeral Home for Earl L. Pierce, 79, who died at Naeve Hospital, Albert Lea. He had been suffering with a heart ailment. Pierce was born Aug. 14, 1876, at Winona, Minn., the son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles T. Pierce. In 1896 he was married to Ida C. Jensen at Midford. He was employed at the American Gas Machine Co. in Albert Lea until he retired three years ago. Surviving are his wife, five children, Lester Pierce, Austin; Lyle Pierce, Fairmont; Stella Pierce, at home; Mrs. W i 11 i a m (Ella) Engelmann, Bertha, and Mrs. Hattie Loper, Glenville; a sister, FOREST CITY—Sidney Rand, president of Waldorf College since the summer of 1951, announced Friday that he is resigning his post as college president. President Rand has accepted the position of executive director of the department of Christian education of the Evangelical Lutheran Church, which has its offices in Minneapolis, Minn. He and his family will move to Minneapolis this summer. The college board has been aware of the offer to President Rand by the ELC and is expected to approve his resignation. To Replace Pr*us The 39-year-old college president will be replacing Dr. J. C. K_ Preus who has served in the ELC post for several years. Dr. Preus is retiring. An executive director of the department of Christian education of the ELC, Pastor Rand will direct and promote work of Christian education hi the church, both through higher education and in parish education. Materials are prepared by the department for the various parishes, vacation Bible schools, Sunday schools, Sunday school teacher institutes and camps. Is Consultant IP YOU LIKE Live Music . . . Come To The SOUTH SEAS MANLY, IOWA Saturday Nite APRIL 28 Music By SHORTY BICKFORD AND HIS ORCHESTRA Booths Art Not Being Reserved Wayne's Cafe 25 WEST STATE Across From Central Part TRY OUR DELICIOUS.. TENDER STEAKS! Serving All Kinds. Complete Steak Dinner Priced <£! r\r from »P1*OO up Open Weekdays and Sundays 6:00 A. M. to 1:00 A. M. It's SENSATIONAL it's DIFFERENT It's NEW It's FUN The PIANO BAR at SAMMY'S Have a Song Fcst and Party Every Night Entertain Yourself — You'll Hove the Time of Your Life — Any Night — Piano Player After 7:30 — Something Else Coming . . . ? ? Watch For It SAMMY'S ELBOW ROOM Mrs. Elmer Minn. Leibold, Bertha, 70 Acres Plowed in Plowing Bee at Rockwell Farm ROCKWELL — Neighbors of Frank Armatis plowed 70 acres of his land at a plowing bee Wednesday. Twelve tractors were used in the completion of the task. Armatis was injured in an auto accident at Clarion about two weeks ago and is unable to do bis own work. A dinner was served at noon to the workers. SATURDAY NIGHT In The Cored Room Musla By OZZIE PALENYK At the Hammond Organ V.F.W. CLUB 1315—tth St. S. W. Funeral Conducted for Mrs. Schoepske CHARLES CITY—Funeral services were "held in Waterloo for Mrs. Martha Augusta Schoepske, 61. She was a sister of Mrs. Adolph Wolff, Nashua; Mrs. Ben Hess, Floyd, and Mrs. Ed Manke, Charles City. In addition, the department acts as a consultant to the higher education of the church, co-ordinat- ing the work of the various colleges, academies and seminaries. The Evangelical Lutheran Church operates five colleges, St. Olaf at Northfield, Mum., Luther at Decorah, Augustana at Sioux Falls, S. D., Concordia at Moorhead, Mum., and Pacific Lutheran at Parkland, Wash. Waldorf Junior College is also a ELC school as in Augustana Academy in Canton, S. D., and Dakota Lutheran High School in Minot, N. D. President Rand began his duties at Waldorf July 1, 1951, coming here from Concordia College in Moorhead, Minn., where he was associate professor of religion for six years. Previous to this he served as pastor of a church in Nashwauk, Minn. Is Graduate Pastor Rand is a graduate o: Concordia College and Luther Theological Seminary in St. Paul He has taken graduate work a Union Theological Seminary in New York and at the University of Chicago. While heading Waldorf, Presi dent Rand has spear-headed the construction of a new girls' dor mitory, Tiilie Rasmusson Hall the college has erected a new president's residence, and the new industrial arts building wa dedicated, although it was com pleted in the .spring of 1951. Wai dorf's enrollment has also in creased following a drop-off when veterans of the war completec their schooling Rand did exten work in a fuwi-raismg drive SIDNEY RAND Butz Rites Are Saturday GARNER—Funeral services for VilHam F. Butz, 80, will be held t the First Methodist Church in Garner at 2 p.m. on Saturday vith the Rev. Trevor Baskerville n charge of the service. He will C assisted by the Rev. Philip 'faltzgraff of Meservey. Interment will be in the Meservey Cemetery with the Bonn Funeral Home of Garner in charge. The body will lie in state at the First Methodist Church from 12 noon Saturday until the ime of the service. Mr. Butz died at his home in Garner Thursday following a lingering illness. William F. Butz, the son of Henry Butz and Mary Knoll Butz, was born near Independence, on Jan. 25, 1876. He was married to Christine Blocker on Feb. 20, 1902. They lived on a farm near Meservey and later went into the hatchery business in Meservey, [ater entering the same business in Garner and operated the business in both towns. The family lived in Meservey until 1933 when they moved to Garner and have lived here since. The Meservey Hatchery is now being operated by a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Butz and the plant at Garner is being operated by a son, Vern. Surviving are his wife, a daughter, Irene Butz at Meservey; three sons, Lloyd of Excelsior Springs, Mo., and Vern and Don of Garner; two brothers, Earl Butz of Clear Lake and Dr. Joe Butz of Los Angeles, Calif.; and a sister, Ella Gambrill of San Francisco, Calif. Former Greene Resident Dies in California GREENE — A former Greene resident, Mrs. William E. Reid, 74, died at her home in Corona De! Mar, California. Services were held at the Blatz Mortuary there. Burial was in Norfolk, Neb., in Prospect Hill Cemetery beside her husband, who died there in 1945 when they lived at Norfolk. She moved to California in 1949. Mrs. Reid was the former Alma Yates, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Yates, former Greene residents. Survivors are her daughter, Mrs. Louise Heet, Arcadia, Calif, and two granddaughters and * brother, George Yates, Scotland S. D. Chaplin Services to Be Saturday at Iowa Falls IOWA FALLS—Funeral services for Emery Chaplin, 63, who died Wednesday evening at Ellsworth Municipal Hospital will be at 2 p.m. Saturday at the Amderson Home for Funerals with the Rev. H. V. Bartz, pastor of the First Methodist Church, officiating. Burial will be at Union Cemetery He suffered a heart attack earlier in the day while working on hi: farm. He was born near Iowa Falls on Sept. 27, 1892, a son of Joseph and Katherine Chaplin. He mar ried Elsie Brightwell at I o w Falls on Jan. 24, 1917. Survivors include his widow, a daughter, Mrs. Donald Robinson of Iowa Falls; a son, Merle o Iowa Falls; five granchildren; a sister, Mrs. Lucy Hoffman o Ackley; three brothers, Roy o Hollandale, Minn., and Leo and Claude, both of Iowa Falls. Cashman Services Will Be Saturday ELMA—Funeral services fo: Will Cashman, 72, will be con ducted at 9:30 a. m. Saturday in the Immaculate Conception Church. A former Elma resident Mr. Cashman died suddenly at his home in Chicago Tuesday night. The Conway Funeral Home is in charge. He is survived by his wife, the former Irene McGrane of Elma. HAS BEEN HIRED—Fred Hilton has been hired by the Woden-Crystal Lake Community- School District as superintendent of schools. He is now superintendent at Bagley. A graduate of Drake University, Des Moines, Hilton has spent all of his adult life in the field of education. Mr. and Mrs. Hilton and their two children will move to Crystal Lake in July. Anne Stearns fo Represent Osage at Girls State OSAGE — Anne Stearns, 17, laughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Stearns, Osage, has been chosen to represent Osage at Girls State. She has had three years each in chorus, glee club, band, and as a member of small singing groups. She is a member of the Thespians, Speech Club, Modern Dance, and a past student council member and member of the Girls Athletic Association. She is active in the First Congregational Church and is a member of Rainbow Girls. Pier alternate is Kay Lesch, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Lcsch. CALMAR—Mr. and Mrs. Edward Halse are the parents of a daughter. • >;r ~ Announcing THE SODA GRILL ,,v, ' 16 South Federal will be CLOSED SUNDAY'S All summer ... Starting this Sunday—April 29 Open as usual all week Serving DELICIOUS BREAKFASTS, LUNCHEONS and DINNERS. You'll like our food and our service. The SODA GRILL OPEN Sunday, April 29 Open AM Day 'Til Dusk Deer Farm ZOO 4Vi M£le» Sooth on Gravel Road Just East of Stale Brand Creamery on HJfhway 108 OB C MUes South of State and F«dtnl on Hlfhwaj 65, then 1 MUe West and M) Mile North. ADMISSION: ADULTS SOc, Tax Included CHILDREN, Under 12, 25c Tax Included CHARLIE'S DRIVE-IN OPEN DAILY AT NOOJf • Tender Young CHICKEN Fried a crisp golden brown • BARBEQUED RIBS SHRIMP—FISH—STEAK- SANDWICHES For TAKE-OUT ORDERS PHONE 6898 Hwy. IS West of Mason City Nent To Drivf-ln Theater marking the college's 50th anniversary. Mrs. Rand has taught English and economics at the college several times. They have two children, Peter, 12, and Mary, 11, both students in the public school. ANNUAL CONCERT LAKOTA — The annual spring vocal and instrumental music concert will be held Tuesday night at the Lakota gymnasium. Margaret Murphy is in charge of the vocal portion and V. A. Bar rett of the instrumental. Dumont Sailor Serving in Mediterranean DUMONT—Albert W. Reints, boatswain's mate third class, U. S. Navy, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Reints, Dumont, and husband of the former Miss Odelia Gop- page, Roanoke Rapids, N. C., is serving aboard the Atlantic Fleet heavy cruiser USS Albany, operating with the 6th Fleet in the Mediterranean. Ports of call have included Gibraltar, Naples, Italy; Cannes, France; Beirut, Lebanon and Athens, Greece. NORA SPRINGS — Mrs. Mary Waage, who has been a patient at the Pringle Nursing Home in Nora Springs since Easter, was Laken to Iowa City where doctors were to decide whether amputation of her toe would be necessary. • Wardrobe Service For Your Clothing. • Free Estimates. • Equipped To Move All Heavy Household Appliances. • State-Wide Moving. • & Years Experience. ROBINS VAN SERVICE E. L. "Robin" Kendall, Owner 612 N. Van Buren Phone 506 Day or Night ^'fes'V^ 1 ;' • '&VMJL'?'-'* s ».f,. i _JWrSLK^i, * t f j • n f FRI., APRIL 27th MIDWEST CARAVAN SAT., APRIL 28th Keith Killinger & Orch. SUNDAY, APRIL 29th The Fresh Approach The No. 1 Male Vocalist of the Nation Star of The Godfrey Television Show PAT BOONE New Recordings: "Long Tall Sally" "Just As Long As I'm With You" KEITH KILLINGER AND HIS ORCHESTRA For Your Dancing Adm. SI.60 Plus Tax Tot. $1.80 RELAX . . . ENJOY The Nation's Quarter Sensation The Four of Us • TERRIFIC VOCALS • WONDERFUL MUSIC Now At - - - The PALLADIUM NO ADMISSION CHARGE Before 9:00 P. M. After 9:00 P. M.—25c OPEN HOUSE GOODELL—Mr. and Mrs. Paul Half pop are having open house i jSunday from 2 to 4 p.m. to cele-j brate their .silver wedding anniversary. POPEJOY-Mr. and Mrs. Dean Schwebke are the parents of a boy born at the Lutheran Hospital in Hampton. HAVE YOU TRIED BROASTED CHICKEN at DRIVE IN HASSE'S IT'S DELICIOUS Stop In for • TASTY NOON LUNCH Special Rapid Service Open tl:»0 a.m. to 11 Midnlfht Frl. L Sat. 11::IO a.m. Mil 1:00 a.m. Orders to Take Home If You Prefer STOP at the SIC.N »t the CAB HOF Try Our Steaks They Are Scientifically Aged Tender—Juicy and Prepared To Your Individual Taste THE Town House Next To Younkers Junior-Senior Banquet Planned at St. Ansgar ST. ANSGAR—The Junior-Senior prom of the St. Ansgar Community School will be held on Saturday evening at the parlors of the Immanuel Lutheran Church. The faculty and school board members and wives will attend also. The banquet will be served by the mothers of the junior class. Following the banquet, entertainment will be provided at the school auditorium. Skip Day will be observed by a bus trip to Minneapolis to spend the day. WITHOUT FILLING Storz Brewing Co., Omaha, Neb., U. S. A. THE TROIKA SERVES SPECIALS Friday Night 6:00 to 9:00 Shrimp or Pike $1.00 Fillet Mignon.. $1.25 Saturday Night 6:00 to 9:00 Fillet Mignon.. $1.25 YOUR CHOICE OF SALAD WITH ANY OF THE ABOVE DINNERS The Troika Club 25lh Street Northwest WE CLOSE SUNDAYS Little Cedar Co-Op Erects Building LITTLE CEDAR—The Little Cedar Co-Operative Elevator has erected a building 34 by 100 feet for storage of fertilizer and feeds. They are installing a 26- inch burr mill and a two-ton feed mixer. This will enable them to mix feed to the farmers' specifications and to make use of he—iC grown grain. I TO CELEBRATE BIRTHDAYS LYLE, Minn. — Mrs. Hannah Jacobson and her niece, Mrs. Bertha Slinde, will celebrate their birthdays Monday at the home of Mrs. Jacobson in Nevada Township. Mrs. Jacobson's birthday is Monday and Mrs. Slinde's is May 11. LAKOTA — Mr. and Mrs. La- Verio Tollman are the parents of their first child, a girl born at Esthervilie. Mrs. Follman is the former Carolee Rippentrop, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Rippentrop. MORTGAGE LOANS G.I. F« HL A* CONVENTIONAL LOANS ATTRACTIVE RATES CONVENIENT TERMS PROMPT ACTION FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF MASON CITY. IOWA REAL ESTATE LOAN DEPARTMENT EAST END OF MAIN LOBBY

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