Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on December 22, 1948 · Page 26
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 26

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Wednesday, December 22, 1948
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r Soys There's Fur on Iowa Farms ~, college ai)eciai ist at Iowa State around? furs that /i 4 J°, wa tra PP pr 's income. One- of two-thirds of the animals . P pec * m the state are muskrats, with about 1 mink being caught to.every 7 or 8 muskrats. Other animals that contribute materially to the Iowa trapper's income are the raccoon, the striped skunk, the spotted skunk or civet cat, the iox and the weasel. "With such a wide variety of animals, trapping can be an interesting and profitable winler activity, Moorman believes. Only prime furs have quality suitable for the garment industry, Moorman cautions. Most land animal furs in Iowa—foxes, skunks, mink, raccoons and weasel—are prime when the season opens the 2nd week in November. Muskrats and beaver and other animals living in water may not be prime until midwinter, but they usually remain prime until April, while land animal furs may lose prime about February. Kanawha—Mr. and Mrs. John Rietema are the parents of a son born Dec. 11 at the Belmond hospital. Open .Wednesday and Thursday Evenings 'Til 9 WHITE SCARFS 2.50 up Top quality white silk or rayon scarfs. Long fringe and monogrammed. A gift that will be pleasing for his dress- up wear. 30 E. State WHERE GOOD CIA>THIN T G IS NOT EXPENSIVE CHESTER BRUCE Chester Bruce, Jr., Shows Improvement in Leukemia Fight One family is spending a cheering Christmas season optimistically looking to the day when their 3-year-old son may recover from leukemia enough to walk again. Globe-Gazette readers contributed nearly ?800 to the "Chester Bruce fund" in September to aid in the youngster's battle with leukemia, blood disease which had already claimed the use of his legs. His parents have moved from Enid, Okla., to Boston where they took their child for a last ditch attempt to save his life. Express Appreciation After many tests, the infant was started on what is hoped will be a recovery course with one of the few leukemia specialists in the country in charge. The family has upon several previous occasions expressed appreciation for the Globe-Gazette fund and sent this Christmas message: "We wish to send Christmas greetings to all of the readers of the Globe-Gazette and its staff who so generously helped us when misfortune struck our family so suddenly. Using: Legs "At this time we are happy to say our son is somewhat improved. He has been holding his own for the last 3 weeks. As yet be is unable to stand -or walk but he is learning to use his legs by crawling. He is very slowly regaining strength in his body to move about by himself. "May you one and all have the best for Christmas and New Year's." Mrs. Bruce was the former Betty Cottrell of Mason City. She was left an orphan at an early IT'S HERE! 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They have a number of relatives residing in Mason City and North Iowa. Mary E. Webb Rites Held; Interment at Elmwood Cemetery Funeral services for Mrs. Mary E Webb, 84, who died Saturday following an illness, were held at the Patterson-James chapel Monday afternoon, with the Rev Ervin Funk, pastor of -the 7th Day Adventists church, officiating. Mrs. L. A. Bascom of Nora Springs sang "Beautiful Isle of Somewhere" and "Some Day He'll Make It Plain." Mrs. Earl Ehlers accompanied at the organ. „ Mf s - Lillian Peterson and Mrs William Muhlstein were in charge of flowers. Pallbearers were D. A. Roderick George F. Lehman, O. J. TMlott, Arthur Stevens, John Thompson and Donald Albertsen. Interment was at Elmwood cemetery. The Patter son-James funeral home in charge. Indian Wants Data on Chicks at Osage Osajfe —Raymond -Ziegler, manager of the Leonard Hatchery and Breeding Farm, has received an inquiry from India asking for information concerning the breed of available chicks the local firm can supply. The letter came by air mail from S. G. Manmud Shah, Pandharkwada, India, an agriculturist interested in poultry farming. He wants to know all the breeds the local firm can stock and the fertile eggs for hatching which can be successfully shipped by air express. Serves on Carder Hampton — Joseph F. Klapper, seaman apprentice, son of Mrs Marie Klapper of Hampton, is serving aboard the aircraft carrier USS Tarawa which is now undergoing intensive training in the western Pacific and the China Sea area. Chester—Mr. and Mrs. Milt Thompson were in Austin Sunday to get acquainted with their new granddaughter, born to Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hanson Dec. 11. PLAID FLANNELETTE Dark cotton flannels that are ideal for shirts, quilts and many other uses. 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