Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on December 22, 1948 · Page 31
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 31

Mason City, Iowa
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Wednesday, December 22, 1948
Page 31
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School to Give Yule Program Plymouth High Vocal, Band Units Take Part __..3, VOCal auu w, Vu ,- e P artme nts of the Plymouth high school, under the direction of Dorothy Anderson, Charles Bush and Donna Hansen are presenting "Christmas by Can- ih!iKrt' Wednesday eveni ng in the high school gym at 8. A tableau of the manger scene will be the center of Interest with the vocal departments and the band forming a background. Costumes were loaned by the Plymouth Odd Fellows lodge. Last Friday night a large audi- *5£ e S r a ^i the S rade school present "The Little Fir Tree" by the primary children, and "The Cross Patch Fairies," an operetta by the 2nd, 3rd and 4th grades. This was under the direction of Mrs. Anderson assisted by the grade school teachers. INJURED IN FALL Manly—Mrs. Rose Yezek, 81, Jell at her home when she slipped on a rug and suffered a dislocated shoulder. Osage Youngsters annual free Christmas movies for all boys and girls in this area will take place Wednesday at 1:30 p. m., at the Osage It infn to f th< L rural chi Wren and at 3.30 for the town children. fu ug ~ £ unn y' Popeye, Little Lulu, the 3 Stooges, and Santa Claus all will be on deck to greet the kiddies. The program is sponsored by the Osage Chamber of Commerce and Mr. and Mrs. J W Watts of the Osage theater. North Iowa Assessors Will Meet at Garner Garner — Assessors from 10 north Iowa counties will meet at the courthouse in Garner Tuesday to discuss personal property assessments and schedules for 1949 Compensation of field assessors ana matters relating to real estate assessment will also appear on the agenda. Loses Fingertip Osagre — Frank Moore, retired mail clerk, suffered the loss of the tip of a finger while attempting to repair the belt on the stoker while it was in operation. PHt 11T LITTLE by Pfefffer's fea*licr light'>.ar^« satin soft Fluffy Mfith nifties trmt Ift/Je scuffs lov«« White, Black, Red, Blue, $3.50 tin«*c . . , iMtt} col*** i* soft r*y Mt Mrtwh, j in a fe»H MMtgt pf WHERE THE COME FROM Open ^Wednesday and Thursday Evenings 'Til 9 ARROW SHIRTS Arrow shirts are one of the finest gifts a man can receive. We have them in a choice of collar styles. Choose from whites or fancy patterns . . . either way they are sure to be the highlight of his Christmas gifts. All sizes. 30 E. State WHEKK GOOD CLOTHING IS NOT KXTKNSIVK Only One With Origin in U. S. Draft Type Found in North Central Area Iowa Falls — The American uream horses have been given recognition as a- breed, according TO c. T. Rierson of Radcliffe vice president of the American Cream Horse association. The American Cream horse is the only breed of draft horses which has originated in the United States. It originated in north central Iowa, in Hamilton, Hardin and Story counties. Rierson .went to Chicago recently to appear before the National fataluon Registration board, and a few days ago received a letter stating that the breed is recognized officially. There are 33 members of the association; all live in Iowa with the exception of 2 in Illinois, and one in Minnesota. There are 144 registered American Cream horses. Recognized as National Breed i .. -' * _~ ' — — HERE Kanawha—Mrs. John Johnson entertained the Kanawha Evening Guild at her home recently. Mrs Matilda Huling of Britt was an out of town guest, party was held. A Christmas Scarville—Bruce Smith returned home from Mercy hospital in Mason City, where he recently submitted to a major operation. Rudd—Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Duesenberg will celebrate their silver wedding anniversary Monday by holding • open house from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p. m. Allison—The annual meeting of the Amvet Auxiliary was held at the Community hall with about 35 William Bing- present. Kanawha—Mrs. ham, nee Isabel Larson, was honored by a post nuptial shower at the Kanawha Lutheran church recently. The program was in charge of her cousin, Mrs. Lester Johnson, of Corwith. Popejoy — Mrs. John Schneider is visiting in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Volbruck at Waterloo. Meservey—Miss Gertie Suntken left Belmond by bus Thursday for Iowa City. She assisted her brother, Onno Suntken, in bringing home Dennis from the hospital. Burchinal—Buddy, son of Mrs. Woodrow Perham, suffered a severe cut on his head at school. Ackley—Miss Inny Mastersoh of Los Angeles, Cal., who was called here by the illness and death of her uncle, the Rev. Father J. J. Murtagh, has left for Storm Lake to visit an aged aunt. Alexander—The children and grandchildren of Mr. and Mrs.' D. L. Pals helped them celebrate their 54th wedding anniversary at their home. Ackley—Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Hadley are leaving this week for Laguna Beach, Cal., where they will spend the winter. Swea City—The First Baptist church has received a circulating library. The books were presented by friends of the Rev.- and Mrs. Pete Peters, who own a fruit ranch in Texas. Woden—Mr. and Mrs. Elmer, Ziegler are parents of a daughter ! born at the hospital at Belmond i Dec. 10. Kanawha — The birthdays of Mrs. James Yeakel and Mrs. Cecil Adams were observed with the members of the Neighborhood club having a supper at the Yeakel home. Crystal Lake — Mr. and Mrs. Paul Sadak of Chicago and John Sturba of Wisconsin are at the home of Steve Kadlecik. They came here to attend the funeral of their nephew and brother-in-law, Conrad Skilbred. Latimer —Mr. and Mrs. Henry Fahrmann, Mrs. Fred A. PauUus, Mrs. Emil Tabbat, Dick Fahrmann and Ed Fahrmann of Hampton, went to Detroit Lakes, Minn., to attend the funeral of their brother, Fred Fahrmann, who died of a heart attack. Luverne—Mr. arid Mrs. Henry Kubly and son, Elmer, and daughter, Mrs. Evelyn Marty, were visitors in Fairmont, Minn., Thursday. They attended the funeral of Albert Kirkgatter. He was a former resident of near Luverne. Popejoy—Mr. and Mrs. Wilmer Johnson entertained a group of relatives in honor of the birthdays of their sons, Jerry, 9; and Marlyn, &. Fredericksburff — Mr. and Mrs. U. S. Ridgeway plan to leave soon to spend the winter with their daughters in California. Meservey—Mr. and Mrs. Bill Sandry, former, residents of near Meservey, are the parents of a daughter born Sunday at the Stule Memorial hospital at Belmond. Fredericksburgr—Mr. and Mrs. Harry Creager are announcing the birth of their first grandchild, a daughter, to Mr. and Mrs. Richard Creager, at Allen Memorial hospital, Waterloo. West Union —At the annual meeting of the Fayette Medical society at the county home, Dr. C. C. Hall, Maynard, was elected president of the association to succeed Dr. Morris Beddoes, Oelwein. Chester — Madonna Cummings and Betty Maurer returned from a few days' visit at the home of Mrs. Joe La Rose in Minneapolis. Allison — Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Knoll, who have been living at Colorado Springs, Colo., have returned to Iowa and are visiting at the home of Mr. Knoll's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Irving Knoll, southwest of Allison. Jo)ce—The Luther league will meet at the Bethany Lutheran church Sunday at 6 p. m. for their Christmas party. E. P. SYLWESTER Conference on Weeds Pjanned Annual Sessions at DesMoines Jan. 6,7 Ames—The 2nd annual statewide weed control conference will be held in Des Moines Jan. 6 and 7. E. P. Sylwester, extension weed control specialist at Iowa State college, announced Saturday. The conference brings together county supervisors, county weed commissioners, county auditors, county engineers, custom spray operators, county extension directors and others interested in weed control. It is jointly sponsored by the Iowa State college extension service and the state department of agriculture. • In addition to weed control recommendations, Sylwester pointed out that the use of disinfectant sprays in livestock production and the control of corn borers and grasshoppers by sprays will be discussed during the 2-day conference. • Weed control will be discussed from every angle, according to Sylwester. Cultural practices such, as using clean seed, crop rotation,' and smother crops will be on the program. The place of chemicals in a good weed control program will be emphasized. The conference will be held in the Coliseum in Des Moines. Registration will begin at 8 a. m., Jan. 6. ATTEND WEDDING Kensett — Mr. and Mrs. R. H Miss City. , Dorothy Bartlett of Divorces to 3 Cow Yields 444 Lbs. at Charles City <*-fat-in 314 Days Chari»e *.,,!„„ m < Brattleboro, Vt.—Doe-B Charles City — Judge T. A ^nanes vny — Judge T A —•-»»•«••"••«»• **•—^UC-DCH Beardmore in district court Sat- ° eau *y in . registered Holstein- urday granted 3 divorces, all on t r j es ^ n , COWT owned b y c - R - D °e- ornol o«^ :~i i , ; Del. Mamv. Iowa, has pnmnlptprf n urday granted 3 divorces, all on cruel and inhuman treatment charges. Ida R. Thelen, 28, was given a divorce from Almon Thelen, 32, both of Charles City They were married at Charles City, Oct. 29, 1939, and separated Nov. 10, 1948. Two children were the custody of the Varner, 21, was granted,a decree from Robert Eugene Varner, 22. They were married at the Little Brown church Nashua, Jan. 3, 1947, and separated July 21, 1948. They have no children. Plaintiff given the right former name of given into plaintiff. Betty W. Louis Stevens, 59, was granted a divorce from Mary H. Stevens, 37, who had originally filed a divorce petition, on his cross petition. They were married at Sioux Falls, S. Dak., Nov. 25, 1946, and lived together until Jan 29, 1948. They have no children. Teacher Hurt in Fall at Manly Manly—Miss Crescense Sobolik, teacher in the public schools at Mason City, fell in front of the locker plant here Saturday, fracturing her ankle in 2 places. Dr. S S. Westly, the attending physician, says she will be absent from her school work for several weeks. Goodell Farm Woman Succumbs to Illness Goodell—Funeral services for Catherine Agnes Costello, 77, were held Tuesday at 10 a. m. in the St. Francis church at Belmond with the Rev. Father R. Ormsby officiating. Burial was in the St. Francis cemetery at Belmond. She was born Feb. 24, 1871,'on a farm near Rockford, 111. When a small child she came with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Costello, to Wright county living there one year and the remainder of her life on the. Costello farm northeast of Goodell. She died Saturday at 5 p. m. following a year's illness. She is survived by one brother, John Costello of Klemme, one sister, Mrs. John Dominy of Goodell. Three bi others, Frank, Joseph and James and a sister, Mrs. Will Smith, preceded her in death. BANKERS ENTERTAINED Kensett—All directors, officers --------- *•••" • v*"^ ^.i.u. w. A.V* **.. A».V..II^\;*« - .TVH UJLJ. CTL.LUJL S f UillCGrS McCallum will return this week and employes, including wives or from New Wilmington, Pa., where husbands, of the banks at Manly they went to witness the jmarriage Plymouth, Grafton and Kensett, of their daughter, Miss Lois Me- were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Otto Callum, on Dec. 17. They were Brunsvold at a 7 o'clock dinner accompanied by Mrs. A. W. War- here Sunday. There was a beauti- ner of Spring Valley, Minn., and ful Christmas tree and an ex- Sioux change of gifts. The rest of the evening was devoted to cards. -Doe-Bell . Manly, Iowa, has completed a 314-day production test of 444 pounds of butterfat and 13,665 pounds of milk in Herd Improvement Registry. Testing was supervised by Iowa State college in co-operation with the Holstein-Friesian Association of America. "Beauty" was milked twice daily and was 7 years 11 months of age when she began her test period. Schools Close Thursday Swaledale—The Swaledale consolidated school will close Thursday afternoon. Christmas parties for the pupils will be held in their respective rooms. School will be resumed Jan. 3. Bureau Seeks New Members Garner—The Hancock county Farm Bureau is planning its annual membership kickoff meeting for Jan. 10, according to announcement by Jack Pethmers, president. A quota of 1,636 members has been set and the membership campaign will be conducted under the direction of Paul Shurts, newly appointed organization director. Team captains and township leaders have been appointed and briefed on the forthcoming campaign. The Hancock county Farm Bureau voted to increase dues of members from $10 to $15 at the annual meeting held recently. Recollections of his childhood of poverty are found In Henrik Ibsen's great work, Peer Gynt. Doe. tl. IMS 3 MAMB Cftjr QUto-CtaMtt*. »•••• CHjr, I* Meetings in North lowi JOICE—The Beaver Creek x Sun« day school program will be presented Saturday at the church beginning at 7:30 p. m. GARNER—Hancock county supervisors were, attending a tri- county drainage meeting at Forest City Tuesday. Supervisors from Hancock, Worth and Winnebago counties met to discuss drainage, matters on districts administered jointly by the 3 counties. JOICE-^Jomt services for the Joice Lutheran parish (3 congregations) will be held at 11 a. m. Christmas day in the Bethany Lutheran church, the Rev T L. F. Scheie .officiating. CLARtON—The W. S. C. S. of the First Methodist • church will meet Wednesday afternoon at the church parlors. Schools to Close Scarville—Scarville ( schools will be dismissed Wednesday afternoon for their Christmas, vacation. Classes will be resumed Jan. 3. Serve Plenty! 6 Bottles Then you get 12 full glasaee —6 12-ounce bottles—in every carton! You can! serve plenty to family and friends. America'^ biggest cola value t NO FINER COLA IN ANY BOTTLKl PEPSI-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY OF MASON CITY Under Appointment lro» Pepii-CoU Company, New York Tune In KENRV ;. ABC Network, eve// Monday ildtwatl ll,n ovoMob/o of txlra cod. H Better than JOm Bargained ( ERE'S a case where patience pays off—and how! For if you're one of those who have been waiting your turn on a Buick dealer's list—1949 is going to reward you handsomely. JL/oot ok over the sleek carriage that will roll up to your door on D-for-Delivery Day. Take in the grace of it, the sweeping lines, the bold, gleaming chrome, the precise and perfect styHng of every detail from grille to taillight. Take in that big broad windshield, gracefully curving back to narrow corner posts, and the new visibility of definitely stepped-up window area. in and size up the room— room for arms and legs and elbows — room overhead, cunningly provided by super-soft cushions you sit in not on. Wh*m *e*ter mmiomim Step on the gas treadle and thrill to the lift and swing of Fireball power, cradled on Hi-Poised engine mountings for velvety smoothness. Ihen note this: On every 1949 ROADMASTER that sensational engineering success, Dynaflow Drive, is standard equipment. On all SUPERS this super-smooth drive is yours as optional: equipment at extra cost. "~ And wherever there's Dynaflow, there's lasting engine quiet and efficiency from self- adjusting valve lifters that keep valve-fit factory right. Clearly, this all means you get more than you bargained for when you first placed your order. More room, more visibility, more ease, more comfort—more value for every dollar. 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