Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on December 27, 1948 · Page 22
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Mason City, Iowa
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Monday, December 27, 1948
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:yWifvJw TAKES ISC POST— O at Central high school in Sioux City In his new position he wiil have charge ISO Jf U i*, 1 aids P ro <luclion at slinl I "f udin « motion pictures, S. f " m «- exhibits and dis- £?« ?« UHl I 8r World war « h e films director of navy training Small Business Clinic Planned Give Information on Starting, Developing Iowa City— "You and Your Business" will be discussed by representatives from the State University of Iowa, Drake university and Iowa State college at the Iowa Small Business clinic being planned by the Business and Professional Women's Federation of Iowa. Scheduled for Jan. 16 in the Fort Des Homes hotel, Des Moines, the clinic is designed to give information and counseling on all phases of starting and developing a small business. The clinic will begin with a joint meeting followed by separate discussions on the problems of manfacturing and of retailing. The day's program will end with a style show. Attending the conference from Iowa will be David Day, service associate in the bureau of business and economic research; James Mc- Raith, assistant professor of commerce; Wendell R. Smith, professor of marketing, and Philip Ward Burton, professor of advertising. . The Iowa Development commission and the planning committee of the businesswomen's federation are working in conjunction with the educational representatives on this service project. Iowa-Minnesota Soil Drainage Group Organized HERE THERE Garner—Dorothy Kupke, daughter of the Rev. and Mrs. G. J Kupke, has arrived home to spenc the holiday vacation at the parental home. She is a student a Valparaiso, Ind. Nora Springrs—Mrs. Ned Baughey slipped on the ice and sustained injuries which left her carrying her right arm in a cast and her left arm in a sling. The bone was chipped in her right wrist and her left shoulder was wrenched. Garner—Mr. and Mrs. Dic Waller and Evelyn Waller of Miami, Fla., are spending the holidays at the parental Wayne Waller home. Nora Springs—Mrs. Ralph Treloar and Ellsworth Treloar drove to Wabasha, Minn., to visit with the former's sister, Mrs. Roland Graves at the Buena Vista sanatorium. They returned home accompanied by 2 of Mrs. Graves sons, Larry and Denny. Garner — The Gamer Motor Sales company held the annual Christmas party of the firm at the Hull cafe dining room Wednesday evening. Members' of the management and guests feasted on turkey. Prizes and gifts were awarded to employes and their wives. Thirty- six were present. Sheffield—Mr. and Mrs. Charles Smith and 2 children have arrived nere from California to spend Christmas with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Webb. Clarksville—Mrs. Harvey Sher. aurne left for a month's visit with relatives in California. Nora Springs — Mr. and Mrs. Fordyce Vikturek are the parents of a daughter born Monday at the Cedar Valley hospital at Charles "ty. They have 5 other children, rerald, Marion, Dale, Betty Jean and Roger Lee. Garner — Miss Dorothy Runcie, field representative for the state lepartment of social welfare, vis- ted at the local welfare office recently. Nora Springs — Mr. and Mrs. lay Young and son, Tom, arrived "rom Ames where Mr. Young at- ends Iowa State college. They vill be guests in the home of Mrs. Young's sister-in-law, Mrs. Ned Baughey, until Mr. Young's classes are resumed Jan. 3. Garner—The Garner Auto company entertained employes at a Christmas party at the Hull cafe dining room recently. Following 3-course dinner guests were jresented with Christmas gifts and ;ickets to the Jimmy Dorsey show ,nd dance at the Surf. Popejoy—Anna Peterson has re- urned to Waukee following a /isit in the Chris Peterson home. Sheffield — Betty Fansler left Monday for Kingsville, Tex., where he will visit her parents, Mr. and VIrs. O. W. Fansler. o oOo o Oo oOo oOo oOo oOo oOo oOo oOC oO o oOo oO»oOo Sure dear old SANTA could make a mistake Sure, the dear old man could make a mistake in all his hurry — and with all his orders. So if he did — bring it back to us — fresh and folded and we'll be glad to exchange for size or color. Chester — Dr. and Mrs. T. S Walker of Riceville were recen guests of Mr. and Mrs. Winfiel< Cray. Latimcr—Miss Rhogene Soren sen of Decorah is spending he Christmas vacation with her par ents, Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Sorensen. Rake — Mr. and Mrs. Elme Christenson and family visited he parents at Estherville this week. Latimer—Miss Mardell Meyer a student at Iowa State college a Ames, is spending her Christina, vacation with her parents, Mr and Mrs. Ernest A. Meyer. Rake—Loyal Lester of Wahpeton, N. Dak., spent a couple o days at the Ingvold Jacobson home. Dennis Jacobson, who attends State School of Science a Wahpeton, accompanied him here to spend his vacation at his parental home. <• Kanawha—Miss Dorothy Gifford of Winnipeg, Mo., visited in the Ray Gifford home recently. Sheffield — Frank White fractured his hip when he fell on the ice. He was taken to the Lutheran hospital, Hampton. Clarksville—Elsa Reints of Port Clinton, Ohio, is spending the holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Will R_eints. Nora Springs—Mr. and Mrs. J E. Moore of Nora Springs were informed this week of the birth of their first great grandson. A son was born Dec. 8 to Lt. and Mrs Scott Wilson of Mather Field, Sacramento, Cal. The Wilsons also have 3 daughters. Popejoy—Mr. and Mrs. Verne Suthern and daughter, Doris, of Los Angeles, Cal., are visiting in the L. A. Tietz home. Joice—Otto Paulson, 65, of Mt. Horeb, Wis., visited this week with his brother, K. S. Paulson, 78, local banker. Otto is the youngest of Mr. Paulson's brothers. Chester — Curtis Tibbals came irom Chanute Field, Rantoul, 111., .o spend his holiday furlough at icrne. Rake — Roger Hanson k and his liance, Bette Johnson, of Duluth, Minn., were honored at a prenuptial shower in the Liberty Lutheran church parlors recently. Latimer—Mr. and Mrs. Rolland Troester of Hampton, Nebr., and Vlr. and Mrs. Fred Imerman of Hampton spent an evening recently with Mrs. Lizzie Imerman ind Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Meyer. Rake—Mr. and Mrs. Tom Fjet- and of St. Paul are visiting at the Sdwin Knutson home. Nashua—A family gathering at ;he home of Mr. and Mrs. Max iVeiss Sunday was attended by Mr. and Mrs. Joe Herzog, Mrs. Josephine Vowell and Jimmy, all of Ionia, and Helen Herzog of Rockford, 111., who has been a guest in the Weiss home. Rake — The December meeting of the P. T. A. was held at the chool house when the grade eachers presented their pupils in he annual Christmas program. Garner—Carlyle Abele submit- ed to a major operation at Mercy aospital in Mason City recently. Garner — Bernice and Richard 3uintus, children of Mrs. Lillie 3uintus, who are residents of Bend, Ore., will arrive home this veekend to spend Christmas with heir mother. Nora Springs—Mrs. Frank Meryman was a recent guest in the Jean Denzel home at Mason City. "VIrs. Denzel's mother, Mrs. Mary Faltus, sister of the late Fred lasik of Nora Springs, died last 'riday. Garner — Kermit Greiman and Iharles Housh are home from iheppard Field, Tex., where they are stationed in the U. S. air force, nd will spend the holidays at heir homes. The boys will return o duty Jan. 3. Nora Springs—Mr. and Mrs. Bob leskett of Iowa City are spend- ng the holidays with Mrs. leskett's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Bellows. Classes will be esumed Jan. 3 at the state uni- rersity, where Mr. Heskett is a tudent. Garner—J. M. Stoppes of Min- icapolis, Minn., engineer for the VI. and St. L. railroad, was on business at the Hancock county :ourthouse Wednesday. Chester — Russell Doughten of Drake university is spending his loliday vacation at home. IF YOUR GIFT COMES IN A HELZBERG BOX . . . you're entitled to some unusual services If it's a ring we will size it to your finger, if it's a watch we will regulate its timekeeping. If it's a duplicate we'll enchange it for anything you please, and whatever it may be, it carries Helzberg's guarantee of your complete satisfaction . . . you are cordially welcome to exactly the same service as if you had purchased it yourself. If you gave the gift in a Helzberg box ... we know . . . you . . . GAVE IT PROUDLY ... If you receive a gift in a Helzberg box ... we know . . . you'll . . . WEAR IT PROUDLY. To Draw Plan of Education Result of Meeting Held at Mason City Ames — A new association o soil drainage and conservation men, known as the Midwes Drainage and Soil Conservation Contractors Association, is being organized in Iowa and southeri Minnesota. The organization will promote a program of education designec to improve the work and effici ency of tiling and drainage contractors and conservation men, according to Dale Hull, agricultura engineer at Iowa State college who has been named executiv secretary of the association. The new association is the result of a meeting of contractors and extension men at the 4th farm drainage contractors and tilers conference in Mason City Nov. 29. Problems in surveying and mapping, transportation of equipment methods of computing cost, drainage laws, and quality of tile and equipment will be studied by the group, according to Hull. President of the new organization is Fred Farquhar, Jefferson Francis J. Nugent, of Manchester is vice president and R. G. Sutherland, of Lake Crystal, Minn., is treasurer. Members of the board of directors are Pete Cathelineau, Rochester, Minn.; Robert Sieh, Spencer; George W. Svoboda, Jackson Minn.; Carl Rickert, Gladbrook and Emil Trovland, Alden, Minn Other members include the Hansen Brothers, Sumner; Kenneth W. Hotchkiss, Ames; Ray Jarvis Lake Crystal, Minn.; Emmett Murphy, Cedar Rapids; Jens S. Paulsen, Mason City; Louis W Young, Lake Park; Henry Van Den Bosch and Glen Purcell, of Fertile; and Lloyd Evans of Cresco. O. W. Nolting, Waterloo; Ed Bartachek, Brooklyn; L. R. Sutton, La Porte City; H. C. Young Monroe; Henry Kilmer, Dysart and Roy L. Yoder, of Wollman. Give Memorial Library Books Clubs, Individuals at Nora Springs Assist Nora Springs—Local clubs and individuals who wish to contribute books to the Memorial Bookshelves, a project which is being sponsored by the American Legion Auxiliary in memory of those who died in the last war, are asked to >ring their books to Mrs. C. D. Moody, who will prepare them with bookplates for the library. Some of the books already chosen are "The Great Fisherman" by Lloyd Douglas, selected by the Three W club to honor the memory of Lloyd Hagen, whose widow s a member of this organization. The Harmony club has chosen 'Peace of Mind," by Rabbi Joshua Loth Liebman. The Legion Auxil- ary will purchase 7 books, one for each local man who died in service. One of these is to be 'Crusade in Europe" by Dwight Eisenhower. Many communities in Iowa are honoring the memory of their fallen heroes by means of Memorial iookshelves, to which every organization and many individuals contribute. Names of donor organizations and individuals who participate in his local movement to bring fine iterature to our little library with heir book selections, will be announced from time to time. It is hope that club presidents vill see that their book purchases are made in January so that a ormal dedication can be planned or Washington's birthday. A book may be dedicated to the memory .of a specific individual, or in memory of all the local men vho lost their lives in service. College Grads Tal^e Places in Industry Hampton—Three Hampton students received degrees this month at the close of the semester. William H. Boehmler, son of Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Boehmler. was awarded the degree of bache- or of science in aeronautical engineering from Iowa State col- ege and has accepted a position vith the Douglas Aircraft company at El Segundo, Cal. Clifford McBride, son of Mr. and Mrs. George W. McBride, received the degree of bachelor of cience in chemical technology rom Iowa State college and has accepted a position with the Vlallinkoldt Chemical company It. Louis, Mo. James H. Boehmler, Jr., was graduated from the University of Minnesota as a bachelor of civil engineering and has accepted a josition as a structural engineer with the Pennsylvania railroad with headquarters at Philadelphia. Boehmler was graduated with high honor and distinction oeing one of th% highest In a class f nearly 1000. Hurt on Toboggan Garner—A group of young men uffered bruises and other minor njuries in a toboggan accident at ^ilot Knob recently. Merlin Bor- hers suffered a back injury. Bob Anderson and Jimmy, Alfred and 3ene Brugman escaped with mi- lor bruises. More than 8,500,00(J acres of and are included in the big timber areas of New Mexico. NEW BOYS TOWN HEAD-Msgr. Nicholas H. Wegner, new director of Boys Town, famous little Nebraska city school ° ne ° f hiS charges in the gymnasium of the Penney Store at Osage Sold Tesch and McLean Buy Weil Known Business Osagre—A retail partnership in automotive parts and accessories has been formed in Osage, with A F. (Arthur) Tesch and Wilbur (Mac) McLean, owners. The 2 men have purchased the location formerly held by Penney Brothers, and will handle the entire stock of Dupont paint and United States tires formerly sold by Penney Brothers, as \vell as the tire repair shop and battery station formerly operated by Penney Brothers. Trade name for the new firm is Mac-Art Service. McLean, for 26 years has served in the capacity of foreman for Penney Brothers in their repair shop. Tesch, former lessee of the Continental Oil company, has had 15 years of experience in that work. The new partnership will occupy the former quarters of Penney Brothers and Penney Brothers will now have their business in the recently vacated quarters of Attorney Carl F. Conway that adjoin :he new business. Plans are for an expansion of the wholesale department. Penney Brothers partnership consists of S. Earl Penney and Hartley L. Penney, who have dealers in 6 counties. Herbert Gelner, :ormer longtime employe, is to remain in the capacity of store division manager. Lester Krones is manager and contract lessee of ;he automotive machine shop George P. Wright is outside salesman and Asa Mills and Jack Ullevig, assistant and bookkeeper. Visit Kinfolks „ Nora Springs—Mr. and Mrs Rexford Clark of Seattle, Wash., were guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Bitterman. They were on their way home afte'r saving spent the past 7 months in Europe, where they had had charge of youth hostel excursions. VTr. and Mrs. Clark, on a "tandem bike" have visited all of the counties of western Europe and thus gained an intimate knowledge of he peoples of the various coun- ries. Forest City Will Boost Power Output Forest City — The city council has authorized the addition of a 1,000 horsepower, 700 kilowatt generator to the municipal light and power plant at an estimated cost o£ $160,000. Increase in the amount of electrical current being used daily in Forest City has made it necessary to add this 5th generating unit at the plant. The Stanley Engineering company of Muscatine has been authorized to proceed with the drawing of plans and specifications for the motor and generator and an addition to the present building to house the new unit. It is estimated it will take 12 months from the time the contracts are let until the new gen erator can be put into operation. Auxiliary Donates Kanawha—At the regular meeting of the American Legion Auxiliary it was voted to send $8 to the gift shop at the Veterans hospital at Des Moines, and $2 to the Underkofer memorial fund. The sum of $72 was realized at the recent rummage sale. LOOK BIG BALLOON DANCE Christmas Eve Gifts to Be Awarded Don't forget our New Year's Celebration. The place to have your fun and meet your friends. Booths reserved for New Year's Eve HERMAN & IRENE'S Tavern Manly, Iowa >S090GOOQOSeoe60SOOSGOG9SO9OOOC MERRY CHRISTMAS! | Randy's Cafe CLEAR LAKE Open Christmas Night "CHICKEN IN THE NEST" Also Regular Meals — Juicy Steaks and Barbecued Ribs Open AH Day Sundays — 4 P. M. Weekdays 'OOGGOOGOCQGGOOGOG& syz/z* seccccceeooosoccoS SPECIAL inner (Children's Dinners 75c) mar Lowly Goat Gives Santa Help at SUI Iowa City—A lowly Iowa goat has become a Christmas hero to the children in the State University of Iowa hospitals. Francis Kueney, Van Home, decided to do something for the children whose Christmas holidays would be spent" in the hospitals Kueney donated a goat, to be sold at the Merchant's Sale pavilion at Vinton, the proceeds going to buy Christmas gifts for the children m the hospitals. Early this week a check for $52 was in the hands of University hospital officials. They will purchase gifts and see that they are distributed to the children Christmas morning. And what of the goat? Well he probably won't replace Santa Claus in the children's Christmas lore, but he's definitely found a place in their hearts rivaling that of the ]olly old whiskered cent himself. 2 Teachers Leave West Union Posts West Union—Two veteran instructors of West Union high school, Myron L. Kruse and Leon C. Burright, have resigned their positions and will leave here Dec. 31. Mr. Kruse and his wife will go to Charles City where he has accepted a position as vocational agriculture instructor in the schools. Mr. and Mrs. Burright will move to Mendota, 111., where he will be engaged in farming land belonging to his father-in-law, H A Dierwechter. Mr. Kruse came here in 1947 and Mr. Burright this summer. King Richard I of England died of a shoulder wound inflicted by a crossbow bolt during the wars m France, a wound which was fatal because of unskilled treatment or his own lack of care. Nashua Native Writes Novel C. Laird, Graduate of S. U. 1., Produces Book Iowa City—Charlton Laird, a graduate of the State University of Iowa and a former instructor here, will soon have his first novel published. The book, entitled "Thunder on the River," will be released Jan. 19. "Thunder on the River" is an historical novel about the upper Mississippi valley area in which Laird grew up. It covers the period of the Black Hawk war. A native of Nashua, Laird received his bachelor of arts and master of arts degrees at Iowa in 1925 and 1927. He held traveling fellowships from Columbia university for 4 years and in 1940 received his doctor of philosophy degree at Stanford university in California. 1 Laird is now an English professor at the University of Nevada. LEAVE FOR VISIT Sheffield—Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Kammeier left for Lin ton, Ind., to spend Christmas at the home of their daughter Mrs. B. B. Webster. From there they will go to Arcadia, Cal., for a several weeks' visit at the home of their son Arnette C, Kammeier. Mrs. Webster and 2 children will accompany them to Arcadia for a 2 weeks visit. DANCE RUDD, IOWA Sat., Dec. 25 CHRISTMAS NIGHT Music by The Ridge Riders --- '^^^••^^••'•••••••••iMM^MMOTMMM^^^^^MHM^^^^^^^HMMM^^^^H^^^MHIi^B We Wish You a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year PINES***** West 011 Highway 18 Christmas Weekend Menu Roast Turkey • Sage Dressing Virginia Baked Ham Plus All the Trimmings Open At 5 P. M. Christmas Day Continuous Serviiigr Barbecued Ribs — Chicken — Spaghetti Steaks — Sea Foods • For Take Out Orders Phone 612 DANCE AND ROMANCE at #u?BEAUTIFU. SUPF ^^^^^^K< /~\ f I * j^v r-» *» ^v P-> ^> • NO. SHORE OF CLEAR LAKE '• IOWA'S WONDER S^HOWPLACE Don't Forget HINK PINK is every Wednesday night at the SURF. Tune to KGLO at 9:30 if you can not attend. Gay Leap Year Dance Wed., Dec. 29 — Last chance girls! PRL, DEC. 24 (Closed) SURF wishes you all a very Merry Christmas and Happy New Year. May the coming year be prosperous and happy for you all. SAT., DEC. 25 GALA CHRISTMAS DAY DANCE with Henry Charles and his orchestra SUN., DEC. 26 Music designed for romance with Jules Herman NOW! THRU SAT. "OUR~HAPPY CHRISTMAS PROGRAM! THE IRRESISTABI^E LOVE SONGS OF TONY MARTIN! YVONNE TONY De CARLO. MARTIN KTEX LORRE • MARTA TOWN SS>. ANO rm KATHER1NI DUNHAM DANCtRS •"urnnuimrngfjagg. CO-HIT — Continuous Show Christmas From Z P. M, ADDED — COLOR CARTOON SUNDAY — MONDAY and TUESDAY CONTINUOUS SUNDAY FROM 1 P. M.

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