Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on January 13, 1949 · Page 18
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„ 10 ^Jan. 12, 1949 Mai«n City Globe-G»ette, Mason City, la. Former North lowan Takes Library Post at Bismarck, N. Dak. Swea City—Mrs. Hazel Webster Byrnes, formerly of Swea City, has been named secretary and director o£ the North Dakota state library commission at Bismarck. She has been librarian at Mayville, N. Dak., teachers college since 1924. She is the wife of F. L. Byrnes who was superintendent of the Swea City schools until he moved to his farm at Petersburg, N. Dak., in the early '20's. Prior to her marriage, Mrs. Byrnes received a B. A. degree at Iowa State Teachers college, Cedar Falls. HERE and THERE Thief Completes Job Rock Island, 111., (U.R) — R. D. Johnston and his wife managed to salvage a few possessions after a fire in their apartment. A few weeks later, a burglar finished the fire's work. He took the Johnston's remaining property: A mattress, 4 pillows, 2 coats and a radio. TYLER-RYAN JANUARY Furniture Sale NOW ON Innerspring Mattress Special Pre-Built Inner Rolls, 209 Coil Innerspring Unit, Sag-proof Border Wire, Flex-A-Lator Pads to hold the white fluffy feit in place, embroidered border, stitched handles, extra heavy weight woven stripe ticking. Regular Price $37.50—Sale Price Only You Save $13.00 You Save $13.00 Full Size or Twin Size SAVE ON ALL FURNITURE Buy On Our Convenient Payment Plan Free Delivery — Free Storage You Can Save — Buy Now TYLER - RYAN FURNITURE CO. 29 2nd St. S. E. A1 e x a n d er — Mr. and Mrs. h'arlie Rector had as guests Mr. and Mrs. August Steinmeyer and children of Grundy Center, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Rector and Mr. and Mrs. Laverne Jansser. and daughter. Swaledale—Mr. and Mrs. Gus erdes of Mt. Vernon returned fiome after a visit at the home of their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Carrol Rice, and family. Plymouth — Word was received here that Phillip Strand was admitted to a hospital in Des Moines. He had gone to Des Moines with Mrs. Strand to visit their son-in- law and daughter and family when he became ill. Alexander — F. D. Rodemeyer, who has been a patient for some time at the Ellsworth Municipal hospital at Iowa Falls, underwent major surgery. Chester—Mrs. Don Hanson and baby of Le Roy were recent guests at the home of the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Milt Thompson. Alexander—Mr. and Mrs. George Dunn of Des Moines called on friends here Monday and Tuesday. Fertile—Willard T. Larson has become proprietor of the Fertile hardware store since recently buying the interest of his former partner. Riceville — Keith Walker, son of Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Walker, Mrs. Robert Wagner and Leo Weber had tonsil operations at the City hospital. Dumont—Word has been received here that a daughter was born Jan. 4, to Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Elliott of Aplington. Mrs. Elliott was formerly Ella Mae Curelier, former residents of Dumont. Fertile—Mr. and Mrs. Gussie Haugen and Esmer Hill of Virden, Manitoba, Canada, and Mr. and Mrs. George Hall were recent guests of Mrs. D. R. Welch and Myna Smith. Stilson—Charles Terpstra, who is employed by the John Deere company at Waterloo, has been ill for the past few weeks and was taken to the Veterans hospital at Des Moines for medical treatment. Ackley — Mrs. Charles Pepperling, who underwent a major operation at St. Francis hospital at Waterloo, is making satisfactory recovery. St. Ansgar—Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Fossey have moved to the Ernest Hollatz farm residence and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kleinworth have moved to the house the Fosseys vacated. Rake — Mrs. Mente Asmus underwent a major operation at St. Mary's hospital in Rochester, Minn., recently. Dumont—Mrs. Velma McWilliams and children, Loyce and Max, have returned to their home in Oklahoma City, Okla., after visiting Mrs. McWilliams' mother, Mrs. Henry Ebling. Joice—Carl Granskou, who suffered an emergency appendectomy 2 weeks ago at a Mason City hospital, was back at his post as cashier at the local bank this week. Soy 97,000 Pints of Blood Are Donated New York, (U.R)—American donors have given up 97,000 pints of blood in the first year of the na- .ional blood program of the Red Cross, statistics showed Tuesday. The blood has been used to save ;he lives of infants, the treatment of burns, prolong the lives of leu- Icemia sufferers and help children through attacks of the measles. The figures on the blood dona- tions came from the Red Cross whose blood program marks its first birthday Wednesday. Since the first blood center was established at Rochester, N. Y., a year ago there have been 19 programs begun throughout the nation, and it is expected that 30 regional centers will be in operation by June 30, 1949. At the beginning of last December, the Red Cross announced, the blood program embraced 234 counties, involved the participation of 371 chapters and served more than 600 hospitals. Garden peas require cool weather for growing and should be planted early. Maxwell Award Goes to Benarik Philadelphia, (/P) — The 12th annual Maxwell football club award for the outstanding football player of 1948 Tuesday night was given to Chuck Bednarik, Penn's All-America center. Bednarik accepted for ,3 people in Bethlehem, Pa.—his parents and his wife, who had supplied him encouragement in his football career. The 1947 winner of the Maxwell award was Doak Walker, Southern Methodist's All-America back. Claims British Stay Too Long in Hospital London, (/P)—"The Lancet," British Journal of Medicine, urges that ailing Britons should leave hospitals more quickly in order to relieve the general over-crowding. It says: "Nobody should occupy an ordinary hospital bed after he has become fit to be moved to some less elaborate, ancillary institution—a convalescent home, a re-ablement center or a hostel for old people- or to his own home." The Wright brothers' airplane was named for the village near which it first flew: Kitty Hawk. N. Car. Ask Ray Seney 19 EAST STATE STREET The Pause That Refreshes And It's Only Five Cents Ask for it either way ... both trade-marks mean the same thing. BOTTIED UNDER AUTHOUITY Of 7HK COCA-COIA COMPANY IY MASON CITY COCA-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY ftl-B South Federal Avc. Phone 1800 o )9<9.Th. c« 0 -Coia Learn How the thrifty Penney way 50 Outstanding Values in WINTER WEIGHT COATS Long-Wearing, All-Wool Fabrics Always a leader in right style, these casual coats combine top quality at lowest possible prices and come to you as bargains you won't want to miss! 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