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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 18

Mason City, Iowa
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Saturday, December 26, 1964
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•, M«Mn Ctoy, 1«. Births announced by North Iowa residents BR1TT — Girl, Teri Lynn, to Mr. and Mrs. Glen Schkuger girl, Christina Marie, to Mr aad Mrs, Robert Buren, BUFFALO CENTER — Girl Kristie Sue, to Mr. and Mr* Jack EiMnhauer; girl, Tamm Lea, to Mr. and Mrs. Donald James-, boy,' Bruce Alan, to Mr and Mrs. Jack Wessels; boy Todd Warren, to Mr. and Mrs Roger Winter, Sioux City. CHARLES CITY— Boy to Mr and Mrs. Larry Lodge, Clarks ville; boy to Mr. and Mrs. Rob ert Waidelich, Nashua; boy t Mr. and Mrs. James Chambers Jirl to Mr. and Mrs. Marlyn Wunsch, Greene; boy to Mr RECEIVES GRANT — Dr. S. D. Fauske (right), president of Waldorf College, !• orest City, receives a check for $400 from L. A. Jewett, manager of Sears store in Mason City and representative of the Sears-Roebuck Foundation. The money in part of ,$17,900 distributed by the foundation to 27 Iowa colleges and universities this week. In all, the foundation presented nearly $700000 to 600 colleges and universities in the United States. Britt firms relocated after fire BIUTT — Firms and offices which lost their business sites n Monday's fire have set up emporary headquarters. Mike Wilson of the Wilson leady-to-Wcar has nn office in he new Kelly & Wellik building m South Main. The Highway Commission bas moved into the Burgardt Build- ng on West First Street. Much f their records, maps and sur- ey reports were lost in the amcs. The highway engineer's ffice is an important employer n Britt, affecting some <14 men nd their families. The Selective Service of Ilan- ock County has set up offices ver the First Slate Bank. Their ecords in the office over The lub were charred but some may be siilvage. Duplicate records of some of their material arc kept in the DCS Moinos olticc. So Brltt It »diustVng »nA getting back on its feet ngnin after the most destructive fire in the. lown's history. Ambulance service set to go CHARLES CITY—Equipment for Chnrlcs City's new private ambulance service here is ready to go, according lo Wesley Hnnks, co-owner of the service. A new infif) vehicle and one purchased from a locnl funeral home NAVIGATOR - BOMBARDIER—Second LI. Hnrlnn V. Smith, son of Mr. and Mrs. Elfiar Smith, Nora Springs, has completed U. S. Air Force navigator - bombardier course :\t Mather AFB, Calif, lie will be, assigned as a B-52 Slritto- forlvcss navigator-bombardier wiUv a Strategic Air Command (SA.C1 unit at A.Tt\»rtt\o AFB, Tex. SAC keeps the nation's intercontinental missiles and jet bombers on constant nlcrt. LI. Smith, a gra<iua!o of Nora Springs High School, attended Cornell College. Ho wns commissioned through the aviation cadet program in Farm hand arrested on morals charge CHARLES CITY - A hired farm hand in Orange Township, Black Hawk County, was itr- rcstcd and charged Wednesday with lascivous ads with a child. The Black Hawk's county sheriff's office said Kenneth Dean Lindloff, 2-1, whose permanent address is Marble Hock in Floyd County, has been implicated in recent immoral acts with two girls, nge six and eight. lie i-urrcnlly is on parole after receiving a six month sentence on a similar charge in Charles City. Lindloff, in municipal court in Waterloo Wednesday, was given until Monday to consult an attorney who is to he appointed for him by the court. Bond was .set nt $1,000. will begin Inking ambulance calls tho morning of Dec. 30, Wally Kay is co-owner of Hie service. Phone numbers for lhe new service will be 2'JR-li.'))fi or 228- Hanks and Hay will furnish two fulllime drivers on a 2-l-hoiir basis, with standby replacements to be provided by the city and county. The city's substitute will either be a police officer or member of the fire department; a slier- Memorial building in (Inrner at noon .Inn. n. All membership captains nnd workers ,iml their wives will attend lhe dinner mecling to set in motion the final <lrivc to gel Ihc l%r> membership over lhe lop. The mail campaign for mem- _ _ iff'-s deputy will be furnished by Try A Want Ad — 423-4270lthe county, FREEMAN HEADBOLT EXTERNAL HEATER ENGINE HEATER KAT'S"'" ENGINE HEATER 750. KO. 1000. I WO. 1000, M*{ 3MO ».m. morftii equipped with an «il«t for Moil -J ..«,< U. plug K.,fw ok- t«nlbl«. Puti Ik. ) f* M.4 l« kx. B.t.d It iM W.H., 110 ralti. •CAT'S BATTERY HEATER * your . *t 65 ««»>. 120 v»Ht. Ec*- r KAT'S VOLKSWAGEN HEATER^ •* P*"*p . ». R<t«J «| |U KAT'S * OIL HfATER ililnl.n >)••) •!•• irwnf. thumm it ti bi ii«l>)M In «1 ot il'x KMJ« of I//' „ *. o3 mi W !• »» cr*4. C.M. Kil.J rf W wnMi. IK . Vwy •c»»ml«l t» MANUFACTURED IY FIVI STAR MANUFACTURING CO. CUMSIA'LE, iumurri,i. i, A. SILVER W I NGS—Second Lieutenant Larry L. McMas- tcrr, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. McMnstcr, Chester, has been awarded silver wings upon graduation from the U. S. Air Force navigator school at James Connally AFB, Tex. lie is being assignedto Mather AFB, Calif., for specialized aircrew training betore to- porting to his first permanent unit for flying duly. The lieutenant was commissoncd in 1063 upon completion of the Reserve Officer Training Corps program at Iowa State university. His wife, Karon, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Allen Skjeic of Chatficld, Minn. Membership kickoff set by Farm Bureau North Iowa Deaths Chris J. Nelson NORTHWOOD - Chris J Nelson, 79, a resident of this community all his life, died Thursday at a Mason City hos pital. Born Sept. 18, 1885, at Gor donsville, he was the son of Mr. and Mrs. Christian Nelson. He was a laborer and hac served on the Northwood police fofce some years. His first wife, Mabel Sande, died in 1947. He was married to June Christianson Nov. 27, 1957 in Louisiana. Surviving are his wife, June; three sons, Clifford, Lime Springs; Calvin, Albert Lea; Milford, Northwood; a daugh .cr, Mrs. David (Mildred) Helgoland, Mound, Minn., three sisters and four brothers. Funeral services will be Mon day at 10:30 a.m. at the First Lutheran Church in Noithwood The Rev. H. A. Wilke will of iiciate. Burial will be in Sunset Rest Cemetery with Conner Fu ncral Home in charge. Mrs. Virgil Winter ST. ANSGAR — Funeral serv ces for Mrs. Virgil Winter, 21, ind her infant daughter, Lake Mills, will be held at Salem .utheran Church in Lake Mills Monday at 2 p.m. Burial will e in the church cemetery with dnderson-Mittelstadt Home in harge. She died Friday morning at a 3uffalo Center hospital after iving birth to a daughter who id not survive. She is the former Sandra Wells, daughter of vir. and Mrs. Creston Wells of It. Ansgar. She was born May 24, 1043, at RiceviUe. She was a i961 graduate ol St. Anagar High School and attended Hamilton College in Mason City. She was married~ib Virgil Winter March 28, 1964. Surviving are icr husband, parents and a brother, Philip, at home. William Goud MANLY — William Goud, 77, died Thursday evening at a Mason City nursing home. Funeral services will be Monday at 9:30 a.m. at the Sacred Heart Church here. Burial will be in the church cemetery. The parish (he Iowa . JOICE— Boy, Paul Michael, to Mr. and Mrs. Larry Slattum, Minneapolis. LELAND — Boy, Thomas Iraig, to Mr. and Mrs. Allen Brown. RICEVILLE— Girl to Mr. and Mrs. Claire Adams; girl to Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Inns; boy to Mr. and Mrs. Freddy Bartels STACYVILLE - Girl to Mr. and Mrs. Ambrose Theobald. FOR CHRISTMAS TREES? CHARLES CITY - Police are ceking the person or persons who cut down two 12-foot cedar rees on the Ed Becker property across from Riverside Ccme- ery. and Mr*. Jerry Sudol, Nashua; girl to Mr. and Mri. Mark Wait, Nashua; boy to Mr. and Mrs, Wesley Chamber*; boy to Mr ; and Mrs. Rodney Ellis; boy to Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Peters, Greene. GARNER — Boy to Mr. and Mrs. Francis Rayhoni; girl, Nancy Jane, to Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Nygaard, Hubbard; boy to Mr. and Mrs. Harold Bium- er; girl to Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Bredlow; boy, John Allen, to Mr. and Mrg. Don Auchampach; boy to Mr. and Mrs. David L Boekke, Rhode Island. GARY EUGENE BOHACH RICHARD MICHAEL BENSON 1 r, TWO /°R THE NAVY _ Gary Eugene Bohach, 19, son of Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Bohach, Geneva, and Richard Michael Benson, 18, son of Mr. and Mrs. TT°^ d v?' Be " son ' Charles City; have enlisted in the U.S. Navy through the Mason City recruiting station Bohach, a 1963 graduate of Fredericksburg .High School, has enlisted in the general field Benson, a 1964 graduate of Charles City High School, enlisted in the aviation field. They will both go to ban Diego for basic training. GUESTS FOR CHRISTMAS LELAND — Becky Holland came from Pasadena, Calif., to spend a two week vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Holland. Becky is a student at the Pasadena City College. Other guests in the Holland home for the Christmas weekend will be their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Greg Michel and their daughter, Jeni, of Cedar Rapids. Rural fire department buys truck NASHUA — Benny Siems, fire chief here, has announced the new rural fire district has ordered a new truck. When equipped with necessary equipment it is valued at $13,500. It was purchased from the Mickel- so« Motors in New Hampton, low bidders. It is a Ford chassis with a 361'cubic-inch engine and U to be delivered the last part of January. It will be driven to Marshalltown to be equipped. The Nashua department will house the truck and answer fire calls. The present rural fire truck, owned by the Community Protective Association, will be bought by the town of Nashua. It is a 1948 International. The old truck a 1933 Reo which is owned by the town of Nashua will be used as a utility truck to clean streets and sewers. A. H. (Prudy) Dickman has been given a certificate of service for 24 years in the department and also a retirement badge. Benny Siems has been re-elected fire chief of the Nashua Fire Department. Other of- assistant cmei, ficers re-elected are John Gogg.'Gogg, secretary. HOME FOR HOLIDAYS— John Neuhaus, son of Mr. and Mrs. Helmut Neuhaus, Hampton, has just completed re- •cruit training in the U.S. Navy and is spending the holidays at his home. A 1964 graduate of Hampton High School, he will report to Memphis, Tenn., for jet engine school. POLIO CASES DECLINE In 1953 there were 35,592 cases of paralytic and non- paralytic polio in this country, as compared to only 431 new cases reported in 1963. assistant chief, and Robert In- annual Hancock County Kami Hureaii membership It is to l>e held nl the kickoff cm P l °y c d by a railroad. He was married to Emma Busta at Man- be rs is now in progress. Of- finals believe the 1!)0. r ) will be reached at nn enrly date Former resident visits in Nashua NASHUA - Allan (Tony) While, son of Mr. and Mrs. Burlon White of Uenlnn, Wash., is a visitor in the home of bis maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. John Taylor. He also will visit his brother and sister-in- law, Mr. and Mrs. .lack White, and family at Cedar Kails. They nrc t all former Nashua residents. Ho is a graduate of tho Nashua High School and is now at- the University of Washington at Scatlle, where he is majoring in zoology nm! minor- 'iifi in chemistry. He will return lo his classes Jan. .(. Knights of Pythias name chancellor CHARLES CITY - William Melcalf was ejected chancellor commander of local Knights of Pythias Monday night in Castle Hall. Other new officers for 1965 include Dean Boynton, vice chancellor; Merle Waters, prelate; John Sherman, mister of work; Earl Dodge, master at arms; Bernicc Lambert, secretary; Curtis Morey, financial secretary; Sam Waid; inner guard; Theodore Wilhclms, ont- ( cr guard; Marian Pcrrin, trus- ilec, and Carl H. Hauser, lodge deputy. The Knights of Pythias and Pythian Sisters will have Born Sept. 30, 871, at Ncw- rk, N.J., he was the son of Villinm and Emma Goud. He came to Manly in 1912 and was ly. They went to Cedar Rapids in 1922 and came back here in 1935. He was preceded in death by his wife and a brother. Surviving are two daughters, Mrs. John D. (Marie) Shannon, North Plalle, Neb.; Mrs. Elmer (Delores) S k o o g, Superior, Mont., and a grandchild. Albert Jenness NASHUA — Albert Jcnncss, 80, died at n nursing home here Friday. Funeral services will be Monday at 2 p.m. «t Cheno-.vcth & Son Funeral home with burial in Chickasaw Cemetery. Surviving are three daughters, Mrs. Steve Burke, Heron, Mont.; Mrs. Ray Courtnay, Pollatch, Idaho; Mrs. Harold Huffman, Wis.; five .sisters, Schtiltz, Waterloo; joint I installation of officers Waukcshn, Mrs. Joe ___________ ...... Mrs. Mnry Wiltsc, Charles City; Mrs. Andrew Rodamaker and Miss Anna Jcnncss, Faribault, Minn.; Miss Adeline Jenness, Minneapolis; 19 grandchildren nnd five great-grandchildren. Flora B. Morehouse SHEFFIELD — Funeral services for Mrs. Clyde (Flora Bell) Morehouse, 81, were held Saturday at the Wartnaby-Grarup Fu- ncrnl Chape) here. Burial was in Hillside Cemetery. She died Thursday at a nursing home here. She is survived by her husband. Glen A. Clark BRITT— Funeral services for Glen A. Clark, 78, wcrn held Saturday at the Grupe Funeral Home. The Rev. Warren S. Paige wns in charge. Masonic rites were conducted in Ever- grccti Cemetery here by Darius Lodge, A.F.&A.M. He died Wednesday at the Golden Valley Hospital, Golden Valley, Minn. SAVINGS AND LOAN There are about 6,300 savings and loans in tho United SUtcs with assets of more than $1»0 billion. Get to Know FAMOUS AFTER CHRISTMAS QUALITY CLOTHING AT GREAT SAVINGS! Tailored by Hart, Schaffner Cr Marx, Stylemore, Crick- efeer, Varsity Town and the Nation's foremost $75 advertised . brand. SUITS TOPCOATS OVERCOATS This is a Clearance Sale that value and quality minded men wait for. Actually this is one of the biggest and most complete sales we've ever had. Stop in'now! for the fine clothing you need. Reduced To Six Major Price Groups $ 28 Fourteen suits and topcoats priced to sell fast! Regularly $45 to $55 $ 44 $ 48 Reg. $49.95 to $59.95 , Reg. $55 to $69.95 $ 58 Reg. $65 to $75 $ 68 Reg. $75 to $85 No Chirg« For Regular Alterations $ 78 Regularly $85 to $100 Sal* Pricts Also Include Our Young Men's "CAREER SHOP" Clothing. Get to Know 3S.SI^^ Good Clothes For Mtn and Boys Sine* 1898 SPORT COATS 20% OFF 27 TO CHOOSE FROM

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