Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on January 7, 1949 · Page 18
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 18

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Marriages, Divorces Off in Butler County Allison—Records in the office of Hugh L. Mosher, clerk of the district court, show, that during 1948 114 marriage licenses were issued as compared with 142 in 1947. Ten divorces were granted in 3948 compared with 13 in 1947 During 1948, 93 death certificates were recorded and 50 birth certificates. Many of the babies born to residents of this county are born in hospitals in adjoining counties and as the law requires that the certificates be filed in the county where the birth occurs, not many certificates are recorded in Butler county. Teacher Quits Osagre—Mrs. Joyce Williams, instructor in grade 6, Washington grade school, has resigned, effective Jan. 28, and plans to join her husband who is now at Mason City. She was a bride last summer. To complete the school year is Mrs. H. F. Haakenson of Osage. Stacyville Crew Ends Ice Harvest Slacyville —Ernie Adams and his crew of workmen have completed he season's ice harvest just as the blizzard was reported ready to strike. The ice is 13 inches thick, clear as crystal. Adams furnishes ce to the surrounding communities. PAY MORE St. Joseph ASPIRIN WORLD'S LARGEST SELLER AT IO< ACCEPT LESS? Most Decorated Gl to Wed Film Actress Hollywood, (U.R)— Actor Audie Murphy, America's most decorated soldier, and film actress Wanda Hendrix will be married Saturday night. The couple has been engaged for nearly a year, but the marriage was delayed while she was, in England making a movie. Murphy holds every American decoration an infantryman can be awarded, including the congressional medal of honor. Stllson — Mr. and Mrs. Jerald Richardson sncut several days in Des Moines v/ith his parents,. Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Richardson. PICTURE FRAMING SHFPHFBIV<2 ^lljLrllJLitli/ »> WALIPAPER 27-29 1st S. E. O'BRIEN PAINTS [Wholesale-Retail PHONE 1362 TRADEHOME DRASTIC REDUCTIONS WOMEN'S - MEN'S - CHILDREN'S SHOES FOR EVERY PURPOSE FROM OUR REGULAR STOCK NOT ALL SIZES IN EACH STYLE BUT EVERY SIZE IN THE LOT , i FOR DRESS WORK OR PLAY SANDALS—PUMPS—OXFORDS f WOMEN'S ARCH SUPPORT SHOES WHILE THEY LAST H^BH^^^^^^^HHMMHBH^^^^^^-^ Children's and Misses 1 Shoes 99 SIZES TO BIC 3 INFANTS" and CHILD'S COWBOY BOOTS SIZES 5 TO 12 WOMEN'S OVERSHOE SPECIAL , TELEVISION 2 SNAPS WHILE BOOTS Social Agency Group Hears Security Talk "Why We Have Social Security" was the subject of a talk given by John R. Goldman, manager of the Mason City social security office, as guest speaker at the January luncheon meeting of the Council of Social Agencies held at the Y. W. C. A. Wednesday noon. The increase in the search for security through social action has come about with the increased sense of insecurity brought about by modern life, Mr. Goldman pointed out. The country has had a great development in private insurance companies, he said. Figures show that when the average man dies his life insurance is about the only thing his family has with which to carry on. Society More Interdependent The question might then be asked why not continue to depend on them alone, Mr. Goldman said, adding that many factors need to be taken into account to answer that. People are more interdependent on one another in modern society. They have become more concerned about their fellowmen. There seems to be a common desire to arrange things so that every individual shall have a reasonable financial security in time of misfortune or old age and his family a reasonable security if the breadwinner dies. Generally, speaking, the wages of unskilled and semi-skilled workers have not been sufficient to meet their current needs and still accumulate enough savings to provide adequately for old age, the speaker said. After they are forced to quit work it is apparent that some helping hand must be given. And social insurance—social security—is such a helping hand, said Mr. Goldman. Feeling It Can Be Afforded The greatest stimulus of all to the adoption of social security measures has simply been the feeling that we can afford them, he explained. The country has a powerful, wealthy economy. If there are desirable standards of living which individuals cannot achieve for themselves, people are more willing to use social means to accomplish them, he said. Mr. Goldman's talk included an explanation of how the law operates. Briefly, the benefits accrued are paid to the person who has worked under the law upon retirement at 65, to his survivors if he dies before 65 and if there are no survivors a lump sum is paid to take care of his funeral ervices. Benefits are based on an .verage monthly wage covering a period of 10 years. Expansion Sought The law is not geared to present iving costs and the sentiment is ! or expansion to include some [roups of workers now excluded as religious and charity workers, onsequently a recommendation jvill be made to congress this year o amend it. It was previously amended in 1939 and again in 1946. A discussion period followed Mr. Goldman's talk. The program was in charge of the family wel- "are group, Maj. E. H. Tieman, chairman, presented the speaker. President John Calhoun presided. Dorothy Hanes of the American Cancer society office here was introduced. I Special recognition was given to the immediate past president of the council, Jim Norfolk, Winnebago Council Boy Scout executive, who will leave Mason City soon to take a new position. The next meeting will be held on Feb. 2 with the health group in charge, Bill Reed, chairman. 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Your money refunded on the very first box if you fail to lote weight Come, phone or write. The PEANUT BRITTLE 'Olde English' Finest Made. 1-lb. Box 33c Hershey's Chocolate SYRUP 1-lb. Cans for 25c HERSHEY'S BITTERSWEET CHOCOLATE DAINTIES 6-oST. Bag 19c SERVING TRAYS All Metal Decorated Size 123x17 \ in. 57c GENUINE THERMOS BOTTLES Pint Size Keeps liquids hot cold for hours. or $1.29 Latimer Man Dies at Mason City Hospital Latimer—Funeral services for Frank Harris, who died Jan. 1 in a hospital at Mason City were held Tuesday at the Greenfield funeral home in Hampton. The Rev. Glenn Rowley, pastor of the Methodist church in Hampton, officiated and burial was made in the Hampton cemetery. Frank Harris was born in Ellisburg, N. Y., Oct. 1, 1874. When a small boy the family moved to a farm northeast of Hampton and later to their home north of Latimer. He was married to Mrs. Marie Menning on April 29, 1920. Mrs. Harris died June 27, 1947. Mr. Harris is survived by 5 brothers. Clinton Harris, Charles Hrjrris, Arthur Harris and Grover Harris of Latimer, Silas Harris of Iowa Falls, and 4 sisters, Mrs. Claus Tjarks of Wesley; . Mrs. George Hansen of San Juan, Texas, Mrs. J. E. Dillehay and Mrs. Andrew Menning of Latimer. 18 So. Federal Mason City, Iowa OPEN FRIDAY EVENING TILL 9 P. M. Retired Farmer Dies at Home of Daughter Iowa Falls—Funeral services for Henry Rommel, 89, .who died at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Guy S. Acuff, Tuesday, were held at the Wood funeral chapel Thursday afternoon with the Rev. R. J. Eilers, pastor of the Evangelical and Reformed church at Alden officiating. Burial was made at Alden. He was born in Sangamon county, 111., Feb. 15, 1859, son of John and Elizabeth Rommel. In 188 he was married to Miss Christine Banner, who died in 1934. For a number of years the family lived on farms near Williams and Iowa Falls. He is survived by 3 daughters Mrs. J. W. Birdsall of Los Angeles Cal.; Mrs. Rex Ickes" of Washington, D. 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