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Mason City, Iowa
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Wednesday, December 30, 1964
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JH4 Clot»«-G«i«rr«, M«t«A City, »•. Subject to action of board Hospital bids opened IOWA CITY — Bids for r«- modeling at The University of Iowa General Hospital were opened recently. Award of contracts is subject to action by the State Board of Regents. Remodeling will include construction of an eye research clinic within the Department of Ophthalmology. The one-story clinic will be built between the two west wings on the south side of the hospital, and will add 7,000 square feet of floor space to the present eye clinic. Also included in the remodeling will be the conversion of 17,- 000 square feet of floor space into offices, a coffee shop area! and an expansion of the nuclear medicine clinic. The remodeling will also permit consolidation of the business office, cashiering, admissions, re-admissions and quota control sections. The area to be remodeled, on the south side of the General Hospital's first floor, was formerly occupied by kitchen and dining rooms, relocated earlier this year. BAM bids op«n«d include: General construction — Viggo M. Jensen Co., Iowa City, $109,000; R i n derknecht Construction Co., Cedar Rapids, $116,800; Burger Construction Co., Iowa City, $120,700; Don Gannon Construction Co., Iowa City, $131,187; Frantz Construction Co., Iowa City, $132,600; Schoff Construction Co., Lisbon, $139,895; and Henkel Construction Co., Mason City, $154,171. Mtchanicil construction — Universal Climate Control, Iowa City, $26,238; Natkin and Company, Omaha, $29,990; Larew Plumbing and Heating, Iowa City, $34,773; and Kehrer-Wheatland Inc., Cedar Rapids, $41,775. Electrical con struction — O'Brien Electrical Contractors Inc., Iowa City, $23,449; Paulson Electric Co., Cedar Rapids, $23,750; Cedar Rapids Electric, Cedar Rapids, $23,938; and Fandel Electric, Cedar Rapids, $23,946. Sheet metal construction — Universal Climate Control, Iowa City, $20,372; Climate Engineers, Cedar Rapids, $26,680; Schebler Company, Davenport $27,392; and Larew Plumbing and Heating, Iowa City, $29,787. North Iowa deaths HAZARDS OF WINTER—A car and a tractor remain in ing the tractor west. The Pals car struck the rear left tire of the r\fi»ti*-i-«r» -i m ** r L* l n Li ll^sli* I II vt >•! n ,1 .* r t ...... ,, ^- , !.l^ J. J . • 1 J J w * i * . , . _ _ «**«.fcrfci*m,v.\^*. Is I J «^ the positions in which they landed after an accident two miles tractor. Both men were treated for minor injuries ~at a'Belrnond south of Meservey luesday morning. The air at right was being hospital and released. Franklin County Deputy Sheriff Ralph .TonRs driven east on a gravel road by Lambert Pals, 48, Meservcy, at said the road was slippery and visibility was hampered bv foe at the time of the mishap. Allen Mennenga, 22, Meservcy, was tiriv- the time of the accident. No charges were filed Hancock Co. assessment will get under way Jan. 4 GARNER—The inc>5 rca! and personal property assessment will gel under way .Ian. 4 with fieldmcn meeting taxpayers at central locations as in former years to list personal property. The town.ship.s in the west half of Hancock County will meet at designated places other tlian the courthouse. All township.'; in the cast half of the county will meet at the Courthouse Annex in Garner. Real Estate rolls in rural areas will be mailed from the office of the county assessor shortly after .Ian. J. Heal estate rolls in urban areas will be delivered in person cither at the owner's home or ccnlniJ location at the time of making application for homestead nr military service credits. Business forms will he delivered to business houses and crop report blanks nnd confidential personal p r o p c rty statement forms will be mailed to nil rural taxpayers. It i,s important that these forms be completed before meeting fieldmcn. Assessments may be made by mail but in this case detailed and complete Information is necessary to enable the assessor's office to make an assessment roll. Dog license fees will again be $1.!5(J for male or spayed female and $4 for each female in township and towns having no license requirement. In towns where dog.s arc licensed the rate is $1.00 for each male or spayed female and $3 for each female. Taxpayers are to appear at the following locally designated arc. UK: Jan. <I find 5, Hingham Township, region Hall, Woden; Madison Township, Courthouse Annex, darner. .Ian. (i and 7, Crystal Township, Legion Halt, Crystal Lake; Ellington Township, Courthouse Annex, Garner. Jan. 8 «nd 11, South Half Boone Township and Magor Township City Half, Corwith. .Ian. 12 and 13, South Half Erin Township and Amsterdam Township, I.O.O.K. Hall, Kanawha; Twin Lake Township, Courthouse Annex, Garner. Jan. 14 and 15, Orlhel Township, Legion Hall, Britt; Avery Township, Courthouse Annex, Garner. .Inn. 18 find .1!), Britt Township, Legion Mall, Britt; Liberty Township, Courthouse Annex, Garner. .Ian. 20 and 21, North Half Boone Township and North Half Krin Township, Legion Hall, Itrilt; Ell Townsh-p, Courthouse Annex, Garner. .Ian. 2. r > and W, Garficld Township, Annex, Garner. Jan 27 and 28, Concord Township, Courthouse Annex, Garner. All hours are 0 a.m. to 4 p.m. Luther radio station has new home on campus ManyCorwith residents on holiday visits COHWITH — Many Corwitl residents arc visiting relatives fit n distance during the holiday week. Mr. and Mrs. Chnrlc.s Higgle upcnt Christinas with llicir son- in-lnw and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Arric at Tulsn, Okla.; Mr. and Mrs. Jlichnrd Nail arc with her sister, Mrs. Richard Gifford, and family at Dallas, Tex. Mrs. W. O. Woodbury has re turned to Arlington, Va., with her son, Wcmlell, to spend n few weeks; Mr. and Mrs. John Hancock accompanied their daughter, Mrs. Don Dunfec, am family to Chicago; Howard Mul Jin and Cecelia Cornvny spent Christmas wilh her parents a Campbell, Neb. Visiting in Corwilli we're Mr and Mrs. I'aul Crockett, Mil) ncapolis, who were guests o her parents, Mr. and Mrs George Gn.skill; Mr. and Mrs Kugcne Man- and son, Knlama 7.00, Mich.; and Mr. and Mrs Try A Want Ad — 423-427C HOME ON LEAVE—Kcnton Stille, SOD of Mr. JIIH! Mrs. George St.illo, in bnsic training at Fort Leonard Wood, Mo., is visit ing his p n r o n I s in Goodcll din-inn 'he holidays. He enlisted in November for four years \villi Ilio U. S. Army. Kichnrd Mnrr, Knoxviile, guest? at Iho Klmor Marr home. Mr. and Mrs. Kermit Kngl and family of Houlcler, Colo, spent several days with hei mother, Mrs. Viola linnvn. 816 Value from 'Small Change' Joice clubs report on Yule gifts JO1CK — Mrs. John Evcnson, chairman of the Child Welfare deportment of the Joicc American Legion Auxiliary, reports i lotal of 5,771 poinls credited lo the unit in Ihe coffee strips collected to help furnish Christ- nns gifts for Iowa orphaned children this year. This is the highest record reached by the Unit. Last year it had Ihe highest per capita average of points in Ihe slate in ;hc coffee strip records of the Iowa Department of the Amen an Legion Auxiliary for tlu DECORAH, — Luther College radio station KWLC has a new home on the Luther campus. The radio station, which had been operating from, and sharing facilities with, Dccorah radio KDEC in downtown Decorah since 1961, now has studios and broadcasting facilities in Valdcrs Memorial Science Hall, broadcasting from the new facility began this week. . Luther Radio KWLC operated from C. K. Prcus Gym, until a fire in November 1961 destroyed all the radio facilities when the building was destroyed. Since that lime, Die station has been sharing facilities with KDEC i» downtown Decorah, although some production was done on campus. Included in the new operation is a production room, studio, onlrol room, announcing booth, taff work area-workshop and reception area. The control room contains some of the latest and finest in adio equipment, i n eluding tems manufactured by Collins ladio of Cedar Rapids and Am- 5cx. Also included is a unit that jcnnils reading of outside lem- icraturc inside two broadcasting ireas. Because of the design of the new radio area in the science 1011, production work can now )e carried on while the station is broadcasting. The new equipment also permits one man to broadcast without requiring an engineer, giving greater versatility to the station's operation. On the staff of KWLC now arc 18 Luther students. Full time year. The average ycnr and the is higher thij credit carnei station manager and chief engineer is Curtis Lutz. Paul Wier:on, Luther student from Story >ity, is program director. Paulette Lutz, Luther student from Oelwein, is head record librar- an. Operation of KWLC now is un- Jer the public relations department at the college. Ne/s C. Pedersen LATIMER—Nels C. Pedersen, 1, diet'. Tuesday at the Frankin General Hospital in Hamp- on. He was a retired businessman here and a veteran of World War I. Funeral services vill be Thursday at 2 p.m. at Nazareth Lutheran Church here. Burial will be in Coulter Ccme- 'cry with Van Hove Funeral Ionic in charge. II C was preceded in dcalh by his wife, the "ormcr Martha Peterson; two listers and a brother. towfird Kifls hy the Joicc uni' totals $571.10. Mrs. K. C. Kmmous, prcsi <lotil of the Joicc Fcdcrntcc Study Clul), reports member;donated » total of 7:t items to he sent lo Ihe Woodward Slates Children's Hospital and .School for Chrislnuts. They mndt> 12 clolh scrap books, fourteen .stuffed toys, one story-book scrap book, arid .sent k'nmos nnd loy.s. In addition lo this, the rluh members donaled 17 wrapped fjifl.s for mon and women nl the Slate Hospital at Cherokee and took Christmas remembrances to local .shut-ins. Supervisors plan meeting in Hancock Co. CJAKNER — Hancock Counly Hoard of Supervisors will meet al. the courthouse on Thursday for the final meelinfi of the current year. Kelward Mnlek, chairman of le board, has been appointed n committee lo make settlement wilh the various county officers at the close of the year's business. The board will hold it's organ- i/ntion nicotine Jan. •? for the ensuing year. Members of tiio board • THE COINS you hand your onr- ricr-boy each collection day pay for one of the bijy,#osl barpfnin.t in your family budget—the hip newspaper that is so enjoyable and ao essential a part of your daily life. IT BRINGS you sill of each day's important news and exciting pictures! Thrilling sports pages! Fascinating fashions! Top-flight features, columns, comic.s and cnr- loons! Latest store news and money-saving shopping tips! Plus, fust delivery 1o your door by a reliable carrier! No one else brings you BO much for so little! Scholarship awarded by association NEW HAMPTON — James Hlict'/. of New Hampton, a slu dent at Stale College of Iowa Cedar Falls, was awarded .1 $100 scholarship last week in a program innaugiiralcd this year ,)y the Chickasaw County Association for Retarded Children, The award was one of two which will be given each year, according to Association president Ilarley Trcwin, by the Chickasaw County organization. Hliet 1 /. is in his first year at SCI after attending Mason City Junior College for two years. He completed his schooling in the lop one per cent of his class at Mason City and is majoring in special education with concentration on the field of mental retardation. Trcwin stated the lone stipula tion for those applying for one of (he two Association granls each year is that the recipients work in the field of retardation as teachers. The Association encourages any students interested in the specialised field to con- tart officers <if the argani/ation. GRADUATE-Judy Thome, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Thome, was among the 58 girls to be graduated from the Rochester School of Practical Nursing Sun day. She will be on the permanent staff at St. Mary's Hospital in the pediatric ward Jan. 11. Miss Thome is a graduate of Visitation High School in the class of 1963. Henry J. Bluhm CHARLES CITY — Funeral ervices will be held Thursday at 1:30 p.m. at the Hauser Funeral Home for Henry J. Bluhm, 17. A long-time businessman in harles City, he died Monday evening at the Chautauqua Guest Home where he had been a patient 3'/z months. Burial will >e in Riverside Cemetery. He owned and operated the Bluhm Electric Co. from 1910 until he retired and sold the irm to his nephew, Kenneth 31uhm, in 1963. He was a member of the First Methodist Church, the Knights of Pythias .odge and the Golden Years Fellowship of the Congregational Church. Henry J. Bluhm was born Jan. 24, 1877, near Charles City, he son of Theodore and Anna Marie Rockzien Bluhm. He was married to Aletha Patten, Sept. 9, 1908, in Charles City. She died April 14, 1943. He married Florence. Foster, Sept. 15, 1948. She died April 10, 1962. He is survived by a son-in- aw, Dr. Christian Sannes, Madson, Wis., a grandson, Norman Sannes, also of Madison. Besides lis wives, he was also preceded n death by an adopted daugh- er, Mrs. Lenore Sannes, who died Oct. 11, 1945. Margaret Picker NEW HAMPTON — Funeral for Mrs. Margaret ckar, 79, New Hampton, who lied at a nursing home here lunday morning, were held Tuesday morning at St. Joseph's atholic Church in New Hampton. Interment was in St. Mary's :emetery at North Washington with Larkin-Martin Funeral Home of New Hampton in charge. Survivors include a brother, William Lentz, New Hampton, and numerous nephews. nieces and Charles Dawson ROCKFORD—Charles Dawson, postmaster of Rockford in the 1920s, died Dec. 24 at Banning, alif. Funeral services and burial were held there. The family had lived in California the last 30 years. Mrs. Dawson died there five years ago. He is survived by two sons, Beryl and Burton, and a daughter, Mrs. Dick Schriever, all of California. His boyhood was spent in Marble Rock. He was in the restaurant business in Rockford before going West. Ella Wagoner BELMOND—Mrs. Ella Wagoner, 78, the widow of Julius Wagoner, died Tuesday at the Heritage Home at Clarion. Funeral services will be at Fulton funeral Home Friday at 2 p. m. The Rev. M. L. Jones will officiate. Burial will be in Belmond Cemetery. Surviving are her mother, Mrs. Alice Miller of Traer; four sons, Ezra, Salem, Ore.; Carl, Brooklyn, N. Y.; Leo, Lee Hall, Va.; Lloyd, Sacramento, Calif., five daugh- :ers, Mrs. Gertrude Eggers, Belmond; Mrs. Ralph (Treva) Jones,, Belmond; Mrs. Jack : Dorothy) Schroeder, Clarion; Mrs. E. R. (Ruby) Klinefelter, 3elmond; Mrs. Marvin (Patty) 31au, Latimer. Donald J. Nolan BELMOND — Donald James Nolan, 52, Belmond druggist, died Tuesday morning at the Belmond Hospital. Born Sept. 23, 1912, at Palmer, he was the on of James and Jennie Gough Nolan. He was a graduate of the University of Iowa and Drake University and was married to LaVon Stahly. Surviving are his wife, two daughters, Mrs. Larry (Donna) Larson, Ankeny; Mrs. Larry Bonnie) Wedeking, Davenport; two sisters, Mrs. F. L. (Mary) \lcCartin, Fonda; Mrs. R. C. !Catherine) LeWarne, Des Moines, and a grandchild. Funeral .services will be Thursday at 10.a.m. at St. Francis Church at Belmond with bur- al in the church cemetery. Rosaries will be said Wednesday at 8 p.m. at Fulton Funeral Home. Emma token SHEFFIELD — Mrs.. Emma Loken, 62, of Canton, S.D., died at Good Samaritan Home in Mason City Wednesday. Funeral services will be Saturday at 2 p. m. at the Canton Lutheran hurch in Canton, S. D. Surviving are three sons, the Rev. Palmer Loken, Sheffield; the Rev. Eugene Loken, Newtown, N. D.; Dr. Merle Loken, Minneapolis, and 15 grandchildren. .In mi's, (he Mrs. Albert son of Mr. and Bliet/. of New Kdward Malrk and Daniels, (larner, nnd Sheets, Rrilt. are Clinton Kvorcll IN COUNTY JAIL NEW HAMPTON — A Now Hampton man, Edward Eugene Slolfus, 23, was being held in Chicknsnw County jail here Tuesday in lieu ot $500 bond. Slolfus was arrested by Chick- asnw County .sheriff Galen Folkers Monday nnd charged with bootlegging, lie has been bound over to Ihe district court. GLOBE-GAZETTE HOME FOR HOLIDAYS SHEFFIELD-Mr. and Mrs. Henry Stoffcr Jr. nnd family from Washington, D, C., are spending the holidays at their home here. Stoffer, local postmaster on leave, ts president of the National League of Postmasters, Hampton, is a TOfiO graduate ol New Hamilton High School, where he finished in the upper bracket of his class scholaslical- ly. He will apply his grant to the second .semester of his schooling al Cedar Kails this year. FAREWELL PARTY AI/I'A VISTA— Youth Fellowship groups of the local K.U.B Church and the Colwell Churcl gathered to honor the Rev. Rob or Moyor nt a farewell party a Ihe Milo Schwartz home. He leaves for his new pastorate in Pennsylvania (his week. VISIT IN TEXAS STACYVILLK-Mr. and Mrs Clayton Clausen and daughter Linda, are visiting their son Allan, who is stationed at Good fellow Air Force Base at San Angelo, Texas. They also plan lo vi.sif relatives in Wichita Kan., on the New Year's holiday and return home about Jan. 3. OLD MILWAUKEE America's Light Beer FOLLOW THE AUCTION SIGNS FARM AUCTION Since I am quilling Ihe f«rm and reltrlni. t will ,rll all Ihe Tollowinr roerl a! "' bTrr 'i,,"' 1 , 1 , 0 -"«"•«'-™"~.«.- IMI m" „ •;:.*•,, ^zzz*<„ hlack op then U, mllr, , nl ,ih, or , rnm nnurhrrlr B mile, w e "t hen ', mTle ,'nrTh 0 - '""" **""*" * ""'" ""'" '"" '' •"»»««« -"3 THURSDAY, JANUARY 7 SAl.K STARTS AT tlr.ln A.M. SHARP Ilnl l.imrh Served Ily The S.crtd Me»ri Guild. Of Rockwell 51 HEAD OF LIVESTOCK * y ?""* riire-hred An x u« Cnwj. nn piprr>. coming with second calf Meetings scheduled by Extension GARNER — Hancock County Extension Director Paul Henderson announces the following ichedule of extension meetings in the week ahead: The county 4-H Leaders' training meeting for men will be icld at the Extension office in Garner at 8 p. m. Monday, Jan. 4. The Extension Training School 'or Homemakers on "Harmony Establishes Family Ties" svill be presented at the Bank Meeting room, Garner, at 1:30 p. m. Monday. The pesticide meeting for dealers will be held at Ken's Cafe, Clarion, Jan. 5. The Extension Council organization meeting will be held at the Extension office jn Garner at 1:30 p. m. Jan. 6. Home (ec) classes scheduled in Hancock County GARNER— Mrs. Frankie Schwenk, extension specialist in dome management, will present the next home economics extension lesson to homemakers in Hancock .County, according to Miss Elsie May Van Wert, county extension home economist. The topic to be presented by Mrs. Schwenk is "Harmony Establishes Family Ties." It will be at the social room at the Hancock County National Bank in Garner at 1:30 p.m. Monday, Jan. 4. Farm Bureau announces meetings GARNER — Hancock County Farm Bureau officials announce the following schedule of important meetings ahead: The newly elected board members will be officially installed at the meeting of the old and new boards at the Farm Bureau office in Garner Tuesday, Jan. 5. Township and area membership captains in Hancock County will attend the state captains' meeting at Des Moines, Jan. 7. County Farm Bureau Membership kickoff meeting will be held at the Garner Memorial Building at noon Jan. 11. HOLIDAY VISITORS MARBLE ROCK—Guests during the Christmas holidays in the home of Mrs. Cora "Wilson were Mr. and Mrs. Charles Goetzinger and family and Mrs. Marian Ludwig, Minneapolis; Mr. and Mrs. Harold Wilson, Joyce and John, Hot Springs, S.D.; Mr. and Mrs. Bill Wilson and baby, Ames, and Mr. and Mrs. Lester Wilson, Waterloo. The Goetzinger family also visited in the Ed Goetzinger home. Good Assortment of RELIGIOUS PICTURES at Greatly Reduced Prieesl BOOMHOWER'S 113 N. Fed. 423-2752 OPEN TONIGHT and Monday Through Friday 'TIL 9 P. M. MASON CITY FURNITURE 324 South Federal Dial GA 3-0756 FARM MACHINERY end EQUIPMENT »Pr'«<l« "ti »1rcl: M.M. 4 - 5 b6ltom plow on rubber Ml. Olt.ner combine with pick op; I.H.C. five Action fle.lbl. rfrm, I.HC. »«der. John Deere. J.|«" plow, J.H.c. ;MI - , lat plo ,j. «H ItZt' ia£V »l«»»lor on rubb.r. O.K.: Ow>lnnn. 40' elevator «n nihher. l»<Ti Fr« m ,n manure to.der and .now icoop (or -IT M.M.; »Mh K V? ".' «" V ' d Br * dl «' 5 " -' '««» «"ln «u f er on rubber. " "' * '""~ *" "• l "«'" «*«e •« rubber. Ilk. -tl uteri Unki. BUILDINGS, HOGS And CHICKEN EQUIP., MISC. *•"»«• «»*«l 1 chicken » - - , __ :~- -. | - r _, ---- '••- »•• «--n«:i* nimacr urea wBcei barren Handy Man Jack. Some fenclnt eqalpmenli Hearr dut r tjp« m.ehanlcal J.j-k, Screw Jack: Air c.mpre>»n Vl»e, M,,« wrenohe. nt all tlicti Anvil; Electric fencer and po,i, (10O>, S*eket »«li Ral< : ery charier. « volUi l.o r chalni: Flr«; Veterinary «qnipm« Several heal l.mpn r.rrair «in>; Camp Hove. Ilk* miwi .. *°^' il? J?!V e L Wl " b * 1U! Kllcll( " » i » lt •"« «*tn»U Pfmy harnei* ami »a4<flei Bull h»leri Kl«rtrle m.t.r.i I<« ikatt.t roller ikatet! nut many ltrm» (no numtroui t* mtnthmi 10 ba ear mm !• erlh CON'SIONMKNT - W l.r.e p.»hre4 Black F.»»d S.fMik Ev.i * "„« aid, to lamb In May. eicclltn! quality. f TERMS — CASH, or make arrangement! wild your kankrr h«f«ra 1k« lale. No properly In be reme,ve4 aalll icllled lor. N.I r«M«ilkl< for *f clrfmli, Harold Wolcott, owner In 1899, when Jacob Decker started making franks, top-grade meats were a whole lot harder to come by.than today. But he stood pat. It was the best or nothing for his Quality brand. So, some days it was nothing. No Decker Franks. Times have changed. Decker Franks haven't. They still have to be made of the finest meats- tender beef, hearty pork—or the Deckers won't make them. All meat? You'll never catch the Deckers handing you a frank that isn't. All solid meat for solid flavor. (Not to mention solid nourishment, in case you've thought franks were just for fun.) Jacob Decker was a stubborn old codger about the meats he put in his franks AUCTtONEEHS: G.r«»n E. TayUr. Maim, City. l<iw*i n*a* C. Huff. KMkwill. I*wt. Cl.KltK; Community BUI*. Bank. H«tkwtll. I*wa. FOLLOW THE Al'CTIOK RlflNS DECKER Decker—the name to count on for Quality meats

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