Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on December 23, 1948 · Page 14
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" arrtt °nica player. Concert series. HERIN MASON CITY Pay your 1949 VFW dues now. Table Xmas trees. Boomhowers. club ^ iu have special y Paul V - ™S essa ge from Doctor iu n at the Thursday luncheon at Hotel Hanford. Fuller Brushes. Ph. 1358-W. Wash-Iron at the Laundrite. *™ Ha L° ld Thoma s, son of Mr. Mrs. Harold Thomas, Sr., Man& '? presentl y serving with ««,. w "r bo "»e division located near Hachmohe, Honshu, Japan His work is clerical. Dachshund pups. Ph. 5498J. Time tested paints at Paynes. Notice has been received by the local secretary of the U. S civil service commission, W. Earle Sheka of examination for printer proofreader for duty in the government printing office, Washing*° n ; D- C. Mr. Sheka may be contacted at the postoffice for further Information. Watkins Products. Ph. 5197J. Franciscan China. Iowa Tea Co. 4.1, ^^ ^I as beeu "ceivcd here that Virgil L. Lunning, son of Mr and Mrs. H. E. Lunning. 632 6th S. E., has been assigned to the traffic section at Lagens field, Terceira, Azores. His wife, Virginia M. Lunning, Hampton, will join him as soon as quarters become available. Paper Headquarters. Shepherds. • Xmas tree lights, complete as- •ortmnt of gifts. Boomhowers. Merchant marines in Mason City and around North Iowa will hold an organizational meeting at the Legionnaire club Tuesday at 8 p. m., it was announced by Stanley Haugland, who may be reached for further information by telephoning 3848-J, The Laundrite will close Friday noon for Christmas holiday. Open Monday, usual time. Mrs. Lucy Smith, secretary of the home service department, Cerro Gordo Red Cross office, went to Pipestone, Minn., Tuesday, called there by the illness of a sister. Royal Neighbors will meet at the Patterson-James funeral home at 1:45 p, m. Thursday lor the funeral of our beloved neighbor Nellie Sherwood. J. F. Stott Succumbs at His Home J. F. Stott, retired businessman and old time resident of Mason City, died at his home, 16 Conn. N. E., at 12:20 p. m. Wednesday. He had been in poor health for several months. Surviving are his wife and family. Funeral arrangements are incomplete. The Major funeral home in charge. Kadcliffe College, a college for women in Cambridge, Mass., is associated but not corporatedly connected with Harvard University. FREEDOM — A Principle of, Chiropractic Practice The philosophy of Chiropractic might be given one word— freedom! The freedom of the parts of a thing determines the freedom of the whole. The freedom of the whole determines purpose of the whole. The freedom of the parts determines the functions of those parts. To understand precisely the freedom which should exist between parts of the human body, a careful study of anatomy is necessary. The essential principle of chiropractic is that there should b« freedom of the regulating and controlling forces of the body, if one would have health. Today, more than ever, the principle of freedom should be applied to the human body as well as the body politic. Dr. W. C. Grainger CHIROPRACTOR 6 North WMbincton Ave. CKy, Christmas Mall Setting New Record 98,400 Cards and Letters Sent in Day Parcels at 19 Per Cent Over Last Year The volume of Christmas mail is setting new records in Iowa this year, reports from throughout the state showed Wednesday. Here in Mason City Postmaster Fred A. Cahalan reported an all time record breaking day on Monday when the cancelling machine recorded 98,400 pieces of mail (letters and cards). "That is the largest day we have ever had," the postmaster said. "In the last 10 years there have been only 2 days on which the cancelling machine recorded 90,000 or more. Those days were Dec. 20, 1939, with 90,300 and Dec. 22, 1C41, when 91,600 cancellations were recorded." The largest day here last year was on. Dec. 17. The cancelling machine count on that day was 80,400. Sacks of packages dispatched show an increase of 19 per cent over last year in December. Sacks of packages received show an increase of 20 per cent over last year. Postal receipts for the first 21 days in December this yeav were 13 per cent in excess of last year at the same time. In figures this xvas $34,631 as compared with $30,470 of last year. Add 43 Employes An additional 43 persons are assisting at the local postoffice with the mails, Postmaster Cahalan reported. Of these 37 carry temporary substitute carrier appointments and 4 hold temporary substitute clerk appointments." A new all-tune record for a single day's outgoing first-class mail and parcel post was set in Des Moines Tuesday, when the postoffice made 1,164,000 cancellations. The previous record was 908,000, set last year. Postmaster Edith M. Johnson said incoming mail also set a Des Moines record Tuesday. But figures were not yet available. Parcel post Monday almost doubled the 1946 peak. Miss Johnson said 38,500 packages were mailed out, compared to 22,760 on last year's peak day and 20,600 in 1946. The reports were duplicated over the state. "Never before in history has there been so much Christmas mail," Postmaster L. H. Hughes said at Cedar Rapids. John H. Cochran. assistant postmaster at Fail-field, echoed his words. He said the mail is running Ifi per cent higher than a year ago. New Mark in Cards A new 'mark in the number of Christmas cards mailed in one day was set Sunday at Waterloo. Superintendent of the mails John Barlow said 40,000 cards were mailed for distribution in the city alone. At Fort Madison, Postmaster Zoe Nabers estimated that the postof- fice will have handled more than 507,000 Christmas cards and packages by the time the last postman eases his shoes off weary feet on Christmas eve. Cedar Falls Postmaster L. H. Hughes said that "never before in local history has there been so much Christmas mail." However, the postoffices were keeping up with the record business in most cases. About 400 extra employes were hired in- Des Moines and the department borrowed 35 trucks to help its own fleet of 50. Mrs. Andersen Dies Suddenly Funeral Services Are Not Complete Mrs. Karen Dortea Andersen, 80, of 403 12th S. E., died suddenly at 10:45 a. m. Wednesday from a heart attack suffered while she was walking 'on the sidewalk in front of the home of Mrs. E H Friend, 420 14th S. E. Mrs. Andersen was born Oct. 6, 1868, in Norway, and had resided in Mason City since 1011. Surviving are 4 sons, Edward Andersen, Mason City; Arthur and Norman Andersen in California; and Palmer Andersen, Waterloo; and 2 daughters, Mrs. Robert Bidwell, of California, and Mrs. Roy TurnbulJ, Tacoma, Wash. She was preceded in death by her husband, Abraham Andersen, Oct. 10, 1947, and by one son and one daughter. Funeral arrangements are incomplete. The Meyer funeral home is in charge. 5 From Mason City Students at Creighton Five students from Mason City are attending Creighton university in Omaha, Neb., this semester. They are Paul J. Marek. son of Dr. and Mrs. J. E. Marek of 810 North Jefferson, a junior; Raymond T. Martin, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Martin, of 221 Delaware, N. E., a freshman in the college of dentistry; Mai'ie E. O'Brien, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. S. A. O'Brien of 932 Adams N. W., a junior in the college o£ medicine; James J. Pattee, son of Mr. ;md Mrs. L. C. Pat- tec of 224 Virginia, S. E., a junior, and Patrick T. Phalen, son of T. D. Phalen of 517 4th S. E , a freshman in the college of medicine. Creighton is a Catholic university, founded in 1878 by John and Edward Creighton, pioneer businessmen in the midwest It is administered by the Jesuit Fathers. BACK TO NORTH POLE—Santa Glaus came through Mason City Tuesday "oThTs way back to the North Pole workshop to pick up his pack for the Christmas Eve trip around the wor,ld. His hurried roundtrip checkup of conditions on the globe was made by airplane, of course, and he stopped for only a few minutes with the northbound flight of Mid-Continent airlines to talk to North Iowa youngsters. That's Paul Tice, who will be 2 years old in January, whom Santa Glaus is holding. His parents are Dr and Mrs George Tice, Mason City. terian congregation will have their Christmas services brought to them at their own firesides this year through a broadcast on Christmas eve from 8:30 to 9 p. m. over KICM. The Rev. Wilbur F. Dierking, pastor, will speak on "The First Bethlehem." Christmas . music has been planned for the broadcast to include a solo, "Jesu Bambino," by Yon, to be sung by Tom Mitchell who will be accompanied by Mrs. Roy Servison. David Jones of the primary department will sing "Away in a Manger." distribution and also provided transportation home for all the mothers of the- children who attended the party. Members of Girl Scout troop 11 from St. Joseph's school sang carols under the direction of Mr>. Fred Ebeling, Scout leader, with Irene Sweeney as accompanist. H. B. Hook led the community singing and acted as master of ceremonies. The dinner was provided by the Legionnaire club. Miss Doris Bruce, Miss Loretta Welch, Mrs. B. R. Sweeney and Father Ambrose Giannoukos were guests. LANE BROS., INC. Will Save You Dollars when you MOVE-UR-SELF and DRIVE-UR-SELF Cars and trucks for rent. Every thine furnished but the driver. Phone 447 — 801 South Federal Trusses Sufferers from Hernia (Rupture) may now enjoy our NO CHARGE SERVICE offered to all truss wearers by our experienced fitters. Let them help you in your selection and application from the finest line of surgical appliances manufactured. COMFORT — SECURITY — SATISFACTION GUARANTEED Always consult your doctor— if he decides you should wear » truss let our experienced fitters serve yon. "PRESCRIPTION SPECIALISTS" THE PRESCRIPTION SHOP 9 EAST STATE STREET W. B. Ca»ey, Prop. yy. B. MeGrane, BUT. PARTY AT LEGIONNAIRE CLUB—There were 169 children at the^ annual Christmas party of the Legion and 40 and 8 at the Legionnaire club Tuesday evening. They were served a complete Christmas dinner and Santa Glaus in the person of Roy B Johnson distributed several hundred dollars' worth of gifts at the Christmas tree afterward. In addi Presbyterians to Broadcast Christmas Eve Service on KICM Members of the First Presby- *fcion dinners and toys sent out to 12 families with a total of 41 children. The Legion Auxiliary had charge of setting and decorating the tables and helped serve the food and distribute the toys. Members of the Legion and 40 and 8 also helped with the serving and Cerro Gordo CROP Drive or $5,193 Dougherty Leads in Reports of Townships A partial report of $5,193 in Cerro Gordo county's drive for the Christian Rural Overseas program was made Wednesday noon by Roy B. Johnson, treasurer, to the county board and he was authorized to send a check for $5,000 to the state office in Des Moines. Dougherty township led the list of reports with $580, Johnson said, with Lake in 2nd place with $561 and Grimes a very close 3rd with $560.97. Chairman R. M. Hall, Clear Lake, noted that several townships had not yet been heard from. He urged that all get their reports in this week so as to be included in the first published listing by townships next Monday. Those who do not have their canvass completed, he suggested, should make a partial report or indicate activity to date. Reports should be made to Mr. Johnson at the First National bank in Mason City. Charles W. Barlow Named Reporter for Supreme Court At. -*t \t \t \f ML \* **. Charles W. Barlow, Mason City, clerk of the Iowa supreme court, on Feb. 1 will take over the position of court reporter and code editor. The change in the official staff of the high court is occasioned by the decision of Charles H. Scholz, New Hampton, to resign Jan. 31 in order to go into law practice. Scholz took his $5,000 a year job as court reporter and code editor in 1947. He previously was assistant attorney general. Miss Helen Galvin, Pleasantville, deputy clerk, will take Barlow's job which pays $4,200 annually. Until he accepted the appointment on the supreme court staff in Febraury, 1942, Barlow was a member of the Mason City law firm of Fitzpatrick and Barlow since 1919. He was graduated from the University of Iowa law school in 1917. He served here as both Cerro Gordo county attorney and U. S. commissioner. He is 55, and a veteran of World war I. Hearing Jan. 20 at Charles City on Truck Business Des Moines, (/P)—The Iowa Commerce Commission Tuesday set for hearing an application of the Des Moines Transportation company to expand its truck freight business in north central Iowa. The hearing will be held at Charles City Jan. 20. The company wants to do connecting line business to and from Charles City, Mason City, Nashua, Waverly and Allison. The commission authorized the company last July to do direct line business to those cities. The company now says it has had repeated requests from shippers and consigners in that area for connecting line service. " Almost 13,000,000 people live in the New York metropolitan area, at least three million more than live in Greater London. MACKET'S Furniture Shop DISTILLED WATER 417 2nd Street N. W. Phone 782 Cubs Have Christmas Tea for Mothers at Home of Den Mother Den 2 of pack 3 Cub Scouts gave a Christmas tea for their mothers Tuesday at the home of the den mother, Mrs. P. O. Brunsvold. Mrs. Robin Shoop assisted with the serving and Mrs. Murray H. Finley poured. The Cubs had a gift exthange and presented the gifts they had made for their mothers. Glen Haydon, den chief assisted. Lance Masters announced the program of solos by the Cubs as follows: Paul Sentman, vocal, accompanied by Mickey Brunsvold: Jimmy Pathoulas, r>iano; ArJen Nissen, trombone, Lance Masters, vocal; Douglas James, piano; Richard Bergin, accordian, and a recitation by Mickey Finley. CHARLES W. BARLOW Large Crowd at Raizes' Kiddie Show Raizes Department store, 301 S. Federal, sponsored a free kiddies' show at the State theater Tuesday, which brought many squeals of delight and laughter from a large number of Mason City's children who attended. Frankie Simms of KSMN was master of ceremonies and carried on the distribution of presents in the spirit of the season. There were gifts for the children, including candy bars. The show was a western thriller. 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