Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on December 23, 1948 · Page 17
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Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, December 23, 1948
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Moth Seniors Will Joke Year's Training , ,v. *e N S$ 0 ^ ns in *« list include lawns Sl^fe M ? ec S l>ah - Broad C hospital, Des ' ° Unty h i H S-'; -. l °nal hospitals, Fox Places Second in Skirmish With Farmer PRESENTS AWARD — Acting for the National Creamery But- termakers' association, A. W. T^ 1U cK Cxtenslon dai ryman at Iowa State college and association secretary, presented a check for $2,000 to the University of Minnesota Farm. The $2,000 is for the purpose of establishing «^1 J L to be known as the u. A. Storvick Memorial Fund" which Is intended to stimulate college student interest in quality dairy products. The fund was so named to honor O. A Storvick, a nationally known butter j r — Case Result of Car Collision Negligence Charged for Careless Driving «Rifftnn fiel u~ A . damage suit for SJ' 8 5,°. has J> een brought in Fiankhn county district court at Hampton by Mrs. Grace Williamw"n- on behalf of her son Wray Williamson, Sheffield, against Harry Treganza, Sheffield, for injuries suffered in an automobile accident at Sheffield Jan. 24 Both Williamson and Treganza were employed-at Hannah's food Tnnvb-Qf ;» CM **;_i i . .. .. tune HERE «* THERE Ogden because his father. of the death of fox' 1 e W1U Good - Bluff encounter with chai " as he the river bank and k, Officers Named by Conservation Club Latimer — The Latimer chapter, of the Franklin County Conservation League elected new officers for the^oming year as follows: ,u e ^T G - S P rau . President; Kenneth Nowell, vice president; Vin- Sl Kolb - sec ^etary-treasurer. The chapter is divided into 2 teams and Fritz Paullus is captain °L° ne l eam and Leo Barz of the other. _The winners of the most points in a given time will be feted oy the losing team. There will be «•» fi-itf \~L-,,~.2- r-« ____ i ^ u m . Sheff ield at the the accident. On the date mentioned, the de- tendant Treganza was ready to f. 0 . 1 ' 1 |>»s car to the dairy in Sheffield to obtain milk for the food market and requested Williamson if£-Y" th him > t* 16 Petition states. While on the way to the dairy, the defendant Treganza lost control of the car and ran into a post causing injuries to the plaintiff Williamson, described in the petition as multiple cuts on the face and 3 fractured vertebrae. It . is claimed in the petition that Williamson was disabled and unable to resume employment for 19 weeks, that medical treatment was necessary, that his face was Marble Rock —Mrs. Fred Hel- rners, who has been in failin« health for the past 2 months wal taken to the Waverly hospital for treatment. Swaledale—Mrs. Elmer Gibson has returned home after several weeks' stay at the Rockwell hos- received treat- the and Mrs. Rex pital where ment. Cresco—Miss Carmen Hendrickson arrived Friday from Minne"?°i is> Minn., where she is a stu- nursing —n i i » *" *•!•'**'• iciive collected bounty on 5 foxes. — ..._x,^ u .ju4. j, iiiab iiiti lUUe WHS permanently disfigured and that the injuries to his back will cause future disability of a permanent nature. Negligence is charged on the part of Treganza because 'he tailed to have his car under control, drove at a dangerous and excessive rate of speed considering road conditions and that he applied his brakes when on an icy sp9t on the road, failing to keep a proper lookout for icy places which he knew existed. United Financial Service Family Finance Counsellors GEORGE F. OLSON, Mgr. 15J North Federal (Over Ford Hopkins Drur) 3 Cresco Residents Suffer Broken Bones Cresco—Icy conditions in Cresco and vicinity caused 3 persons to sustain broken bones in this area Deputy Assessor Bernard Roman of Cresco broke his left ankle while visiting at the home of his parents, Mr . and Mrs. Anton Roman, southwest of Cresco, Sunday. He fell as he started to'walk around his car. He was brought to Mercy hospital in Cresco where the ankle was placed in a cast and he was released on Tuesday. He expects to be back on duty next week with the aid of crutches. Mrs. William Stevenson, living in the west part of Cresco, broke her arm when she fell on ice as she was walking to the business district. Mrs. Henry Rimrodt, living southwest of Cresco, broke her right arm below the elbow when she fell on ice in the yard at her home. „ u i <>i , ""••"tj.u «uising school. She will spend the Christmas and New year's holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Abner A. Hendrickspn. LeRoy, Minn.—Cpl. U K. Findley came by plane from California aAnc * visited his grandmother, Mrs. A. Engstrom, here and his parents in Rose Creek. Popejoy—The Birthday club gave a party for Mrs. Peter Nelson and Mrs. Frank Erts in the home of Mrs. Nelson recently Clarfcsville — Mrs. Ferdinand Fahsholz and Ehvin Fahsholz of Wolcott, N. Dak., Mr. and Mrs. Charles Denoun of Barney N Dak., and Mrs. Rosa Busching of Wyndmere, N Dak., are visiting Clarksville relatives, having been called here by the death of Henry Muller. Bristow—Mr. and Mrs Wilbur Franken have moved to Vilmar to the acreage he purchased of Mrs. Will Meyers. Included in the purchase were the house and storo where Mr. Franken plans to operate a feed store. Swaledale—Mr. and Mrs. Clark Rice have left for an extended visjt with relatives in Los Angeles and Berkeley, Cal., and Portland Ore. St. Ansgar—Mr. and Mrs Frank Larson left Thursday for Tucson Ariz., where they will spend the winter. Swaledale—The Rev. and Mrs. E. Lansing Holland have moved their household goods to the home of their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Nelson near Humboldt where they will be at home for the present. Garner—Jack Steinberg, Bob Kirschbaum, George Paca and Don Formanek students at Loras college arrived home for the holi- Pearl Walker, ---- . - — 4rit . aim mrs .ttex Pierce and son, Alan Ray, left for m 0 ™ 1 * ^ het '? r >hey will visit her mother, Mrs Vmnie Homan, during the holidays. Garner— Supt. S. A. Ballantyne reports the public ° r schools vacation Thm. as vacaon Thmsday and reopen Jan. 3. There sch001 Christmas Bock — Mr anc * Mrs . c rs S. M. Dolan of Mason City have . Garner—Patricia Phillips, Gordon Specht, Orville Eness, Don Greiman, Marvin Rasmussen and Joy Rasmussen, students at I S C., Ames, are expected home for the holiday vacation. Osagre— Mr. and Mrs. Jerry El- an ' Ml and Mrs - Hu gn Delaney j V.—, "*"•* -""a- nugn ueianev and Barbara Birum left Saturday for New Orleans, La., then to Edgewater Park, Miss., for a few days with their return journey through Mobile, Ala. wmey Wesley—A son was born Dec 17 to Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Rasmussen at Kossuth hospital, Al gona. Marble Rock—Mrs. Peter Moser visited Antonia Hillman who is a patient in Mercy hospital at Mason City where she was taken with a broken hip after a fall in her home. Waucoma—Mrs. Clem Scbnurr ill .one week, was taken to St Joseph's hospital, New Hampton, Saturday. Waucoma — Supt. Elmer W .Kj-etzschmar has announced that school will close Thursday for Clinstmas vacation and will convene on Monday,*Jan. 3 Goodell—Mr. and Mrs. Cecil fateepleton, Doris and Celia Kay moved back to their home MEETINGS In North Iowa DUMONT— The Amvet Auxiliary • wjJl meet Wednesday Dec 29 in — — -" "» ci t nume jii Monroe. They have been living here the past 6 months while the former was dredging the West river. ^ *£ b 1 ^ **? ck —Merrill Staudt and Russell Parker left for the south where they plan to spend the winter. Bristow—The Oak Hill Cemetery society was entertained in the home of Mrs. Harley Duffield at a Christmas party and gift exchange. Nashua—Mrs. Gertrude Norton of Des Moines has arrived The game of quoits apparently originated along the borders of England and Scotland in the 15th day vacation. Corwith-Mrs. __ „„ who makes her home with her brother, W. E. Puffer, left for « e31 '« m " to visit relativ es until after the holidays. i ^ ar ? J f, Rock — A shower was held at the city hall Saturday for the former Miss Maxine Oswald wno became the bride of Albert Kranz the past week. Kensett—Because of the illness of her mother, Mies Mildred Roshen has resigned her teaching duties at Anoka, Minn., and returned to the home of her mother, Mrs. faophia Roslien, where she will rrve n JVashua to spend the holidays with her son, Carl Simerson, and wife and her other children, brothers and friends in this vicinity Kanawha— Mrs. Isabel Bingham of Dubuque visited in the home of her father, William Larson, and other relatives here. Nora Springs— Bobby, Jay and Susan, children of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Treioar, are ill with scar- letma. cn^T;"" r bnn S a prize* to be sent to a hospital. CORWITH-New officers for the coming year for the Delta Victory club are Mrs. John Muilin president; Mrs. Harvey Enfie d vice president; Mrs. George Yoe- rnan, secretary, and Mrs. Percy Bailey, treasurer. « SRISTOW-The Bristow Am- vet Auxiliary will meet at the home of Mrs. Lloyd True Wednesday afternoon, Jan. 5. Assistant Jjfrf 8 Wl11 be Mrs - William Sid- SWALEDALE—The Christmas program of the TabemacleB?p! ,ist church will be held Friday at LATIMER—The St. Paul's Lu- tneran Ladies Mission Society el- elected the following officers for ne coming year: Mrs. Harold Bor cherding, president; Mrs. C. W. Borcherding, vice president' Mrs' Richard Lemke, secretary' and Mrs. Edwin_Paullus, treasurer the h,,~ e an »«^ business _ meeting of the Bethel Ladies aid, the following officers were elected: president, Mrs. Milton Sime; vice president, Mrs. Gaylor Engebretson; secretary, Mrs. George Grunhovd, and treasurer, Mrs. Arthur Albertson. Prepare fee Rink for Yule Skaters Decorah — An ice rink, to be ready for students when they return from the holiday vacation is being prepared on Luther college campus. A warmed room where skates may be put on will be provided, and the rink will be lighted for night skating. 6 SCHEDULE CHANGES—Mason *£?' dean of the co "ege of law at the State University of Iowa announces that the college will return to its pre-war schedule after February. This means that , W , f tudents at the university will have only one more opportunity to begrin their law courses m the middle of the year. Be- tinningr law classes iu February were started as a special aid to veterans. ing officers were elected: Mrs Herbert Perl, president; Mrs' August Friesleben, vice president '• Mrs. Leonard Stadtlander, secretary, and Mrs. Milford Olsen treasurer. Dec. tt, IMS 3 Mtira Cltr <5Jib«-GMttU, Mum CMjTS Rites for Hero Set at Bristow Lt. Roger K. White to Be Inferred Thursday Bristow — Funeral services will be held for Lt. Roger K. White at the United Brethrenchurch Thursday at 1:30 p. m. He was killed m action by a bursting shell on Anzio beachhead Feb. 23, 1944 He is survived by his wife! a yce, and a son, Charles Roger, Sir Sv lc ?- go> a sister - Mrs - Russell W. Curtis of Riverside, Cal., arid «rt.* mother ' Mrs - Mae Trindle White, of Waterloo. He was preceded by his father, Dr. Logan A. White. The body will be brought to the A. N. Morford home in Bristow Wednesday. No Gift- Exchange, Money to CROP , A , 1Iiso »-The high school students of New Hartford voted that hey do away with the annual Christmas gift exchange and donate the money to the CROP pro' This proposal met with the approval of almost 100 per cent of he students. The high school $31.50 in this manner mak- « a ™ ° r lhe New Hartford ™ « contributed to the program according to V A 'attison, superintendent ' ' In a single day, New York City , y ises more than one billion gallon* f water and 2 3 7 5 00 tons of food. UNITED CIGAR STORE CORNER FEDERAL AND STATE I OFFICERS NAMED Latimer—At a meeting of the Women's Guild of the Evangelical and Reformed church the follow- QUALITY DIAMONDS ADY'S WATCH SHOP 19 West State i* ARANC Of All Our Christmas TOYS ONE GROUP COMPOSED OF SMALL TRUCKS . . . MECHANICAL MONKEYS RUBBER ANIMALS • CHILDREN'S TOOL CHESTS • CHRISTMAS TREE LIGHTS MANY OTHER TOYS AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES SUGGESTIONS FOR GIFTS FOR THE HOME • CROSLEY SHELVADOR REFRIGERATORS • CROSLEY FROSTMASTER FREEZERS • CROSLEY ELECTRIC & GAS STOVES • APEX IRONERS e APEX WASHERS • APEX IRONS • APEX VACUUM CLEANERS | THIS COUPON WORTH $2.OO ~\ I | on the purchase of any regular priced item of i I $10 or more. EGGERT and THOMAS, Successors to Joe Daniels Auto Supply Co. P*ion«363121 North Dclowore North Iowa's Leading Tire Service Headquarters For One-Quarter Century * ~.^w»-^,*4j >VAACL\J EJIIC Will take over the care of her mother. Nora Springs — Mr. and Mrs Max Runge of St. Ansgar have purchased a house in Nora Springs from W. P. Haight. The house is at present occupied by Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Hanson. Mr. and Mrs. Runge, who are the parents of Mrs. Harry Gallup of Nora Springs, will move here Feb. 1 or March 1. Clarion—Miss Lucy Umbreit is recovering at Park hospital in Mason City from a broken hip suffered in a fall on Main street here. LeRoy, Minn.—Elaine and Philip Price, Ann Eckstine, Elmer Hungerford, university students of Minneapolis,, are at their homes for Christmas vacation. St. Ansgar—Mrs. John Danielson left Monday for Pullman, Wash., where she will visit with her son, Donald Miller, until the middle of February. St. Ansgar—In a letter to Mr and Mrs. R. P. Spencer Lt. Wendell Buringrud states he has been assigned to the medical company of the 14th regimental combat team at Camp Carson, Colo., and expects to go to Camp Hale, Cal., in January for ski training. Stilson—Mr. and Mrs. Ray Paine of Nora Springs recently visited the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs Henry Steinlicht, at Stilson. Other visitors included their son-in- law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Thompson and Patty of Britt. Rake—M\ and Mrs. Eli Severson and daughter, Phyllis of Boyceville, Wis., are spending a week visiting at the Henry Quame home and with .other relatives here and al the Julius Mork home at Kiester, Minn. Goodell—Mrs. Hans Nielsen and •Mrs. Laton Avery wffnt to Des Moines for a few days' visit in the home of the former's daughter Mrs. Earl Ruka. Fredericksbure— Mr. and Mrs Newell Waggoner and family left Saturday to make their new home at Outlook, Wash. Garner—County Extension Director Paul Henderson was confined to his home for several days suffering with the flu. Chapin—Mr. and Mrs. Warren Froning are the parents of a son born at Mercy hospital in Mason City Thursday. DENTIST WACTICE LIMITED TO" .PLATE WORK MASON CITY SIOUX CI •- \ \ ^ ••*. t'"\ ••• Si\V*'V^*>-. -i*» ^^^^&^j^^ m >-v "l t't. **y«*'-'' N * f V- ''/£?' *':*•%' \ ^\e Phone 889 HEADQUARTERS FOR • CIGARS • CIGARETTES • TOBACCOS • PIPES AND • CANDY Wishing You a Very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year! '»*ai»>i»»>»»»*»,» >tMtMatMdat j We'll do our best to put your Christmas calls through year at this tine "Long Distance" is swamped with calls to every part of the country-famiUes calling each other wishing the folks !.'Merry Christmas." We organize equipment and personnel to meet the rush but when nearly everyone reaches for the phone, calls are bound to be delayed. Over the week-end some calls will be delayed as much aa eight hours and others won't get through at aU. Lines to tha Southwest and West Coast, in particular, will be heavfty overloaded. Our operators will do everything they possibly can to move theodb along but, if yours is delayed, we hope you'll under- Thanks—and a Merry Christmas. C. R.DWYER, Manager NORTHWESTERN BUI TELEPHONE COMMNV ai^ f.f'. ^ •%f'J!tf!iL'£fiiiit::y.. 7r>tli;<T-.TrrrJT »• t •* <• *-,•.-••«.•»-• ,.*» •* r

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