Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on January 6, 1949 · Page 21
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 21

Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, January 6, 1949
Page 21
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„ 4 Jan. 5, 1949 M»soii CJty Olo1)e-G»Mlle, Mason Cily. la. Dutch Inn Sold at Nora Springs Nora Springs—Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Balsley and Mr. and Mrs. Corwin Dodge, who have been operating the Dutch Inn in Nora Springs since October, 1947, when they purchased it from Mrs. Thelma Tucker, have sold the restaurant to Mr. and Mrs. Tom Leonard of Waterloo. The new owners will take possession Feb. 1. Mr. and Mrs. Dodge have been occupying the apartment over the cafe and Mrs. Dodge's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Balsley, have been occupying an apartment at the Charles Strate home. Hancock Board Names Official Newspapers Garner—The Britt News Tribune, the Garner Leader and Signal, the Klemme Times and the Kanawha Reporter were named as official newspapers for Hancock county for 1949 by Hancock county supervisors Monday. The Klemme Times and Kanawha Re- Mrs. William Paschen, 95, Dies at Worth Farm Home MUS. WILLIAM PASCIIEV porter will act jointly as the third official newspaper in the county by special agreement. Diamond joli- taire Engagement Ring, j/ ON TERMS fncfuc/ing fedtraf Tax ARE YOU A DIAMOND EXPERT? If you. are a diamond expert, you will immediately recognize the outstanding quality of our j diamonds, their clarity, their brilliance. If you 'are not a diamond expert, place your reliance on our reputation for high quality and value. (You buy safety, when you buy here. WATCHES manehard^ DIAMONDS 12 East State Mrs. William Paschen, 95, died at her farm home 2 miles north of Fertile about 2:30 a. m. Wednesday, following an illness. She had ived on the farm in Worth county 'or 65 years and was cared for by ier only daughter, Mrs. Gertrude Walscr. Mrs. Paschen, nee Barbara Elizabeth Hoffmann, was born Dec. 17, 1853, in Germany, the daugh- ;er of Christian Hoffmann and Katrina Brehm. She was the youngest .of a family of 5 children and is the last survivor of her own family. She came to America in 1864, making the trip in a sailing vessel, requiring 27 days to cross the Atlantic. After 2 years in Schenec- tedy, N. Y., the family moved to Muscatine. She was married to William Paschen in Muscatine, March 5, 1874. They moved to Worth 'county in 1884, purchasing the farm home on which they continued to reside. Mrs. Paschen was preceded in death by her husband April 28, 1944, also at the age of 95. She was also preceded in death by her only son, George W. Paschen, in 1902. Mr. and Mrs. Paschen had spent 70 years together, and were charter members of the Golden Jubilee club. Surviving are her daughter, Mrs. Gertrude WaLser, at the farm home, 2 grandchildren, Mrs. William Wilber, of St. Francis, Kans., and George W. Paschen, 3 Willow drive, and 3 great grandchildren, Mary Jean Paschen, Mason City, and Robert and William Wilber of St. Francis, Kans. Funeral services will be held Saturday at 2:30 p. m. at the Methodist church at Clear Lake, with the Rev. Warren Hubbard officiating. Interment will be at the Clear Lake cemetery. The Major funeral home in charge. Pack 9 Plans Meeting, BlueandGold Barquet Twenty-two members of the committee of Harding school pack 9 met at the home of H. O. Maass, chairman, 929 8th N. E., Tuesday to plan the January pack meeting and the blue and gold banquet. The pack meeting will be Jan. 27 in the scout room of the school. Movies will be shown. The banquet is tentatively set for Feb. 16 at the Y. M. C. A. Wiliis White, cubmaster, announced that dens have been revamped and there are now 6. The next committee meeting will be at the Howard Clearman home, 805 15th Place N. E., Feb. 1. Flies From China to Make Home in Manly Munly—Ying Q. Wong returned from New York where he went to meet Mrs. Wong who came from China, and have arrived in Manly where Mr. Wong owns and operates the Midway hotel. Mrs. Wong was one of 40 Chinese who flew from China to America, taking 6 days to make the trip. Met in New York by Mr. Wong, they flew to Chicago, and from there they traveled by train. Mr. Wong came to America in 1927, but returned there in'1935 and did service in the last war serving as a gunner, participating in 35 missions in Europe. The couple are parents of 2 sons, age 12 and 13, who remained in China with the grandparents and are in school. Mrs. Wong speaks no English, but seems most enthusiastic to learn the American ways. Patient Visits Home Woden—Marilyn Aukes, 7 year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Beti Aukes, who has been a polio patient at a Des Moincs hospital for several months, was able to spend the holidays with her parents at her home near Woden. She returned to Des Moincs where she will be confined for some time. Marriage Licenses in Chickasaw Show Gain New Hampton — Chickasaw county clerk of the district court. Donald W. Darnell, Monday said that he had issued 1,399 marriage licenses in 1948, an increase of 10 over the previous year. During the same period divorces granted dropped to 8 from 12 in 1947. Will Erect Signs Eagle Grove—The members of the Eagle Grove Lions club will place 2 signs stating time and place of the meeting of the club on the highways approaching the city. LANE BROS., INC. Will Save You Dollars when you MOVE-UR-SELF and DRIVE-UR-SELF Cars and trucks for rent Everything furnished but the driver. Phone 447 — 801, South Federal PROFIT BY USING THE G-G WANT ADS! 2 APPOINTED Garner—Mr. and Mrs. Herman Paul were re-appointed steward and matron at the Hancock county home for 1949 by Hancock county supervisors in session Monday. Feel Shopworn? 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Peasant prints, Tie-silk designs, Paisleys, Dresdens, Persians, stripes, plaids and juveniles. All washable and so practical. 36" wide. IT TAKES NOTIONS TO SEW! Penny's is famous from coast-to-coast for 4c and 8c notions. Sew and save! Just Received! 500 yds Penney's famous Nation- Wide* quality, known from coast to coast for its smooth durable finish and long wear. Penney's has ],500 precious yards of this hard to get, no seam casing, but it won't last long. Hurry in, buy only what you need. PILLOW TUBING AS ALWAYS, PENNEY'S CONVENIENT AND EFFICIENT LAYAWAY PLAN IS AT YOUR SERVICE!

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