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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - May 26, 1948, Mason City, Iowa                                Gov Blue fo Address Wart burg Graduates June 1 D HUNGERFORD Schoolman at Manly Resigns Hungerford to Take Up Farm Operations The board of education has accepted the resignation of Hungerford principal of Manly high school for the past 7 years who will move to a farm near Rockford and engage in act ive farming Mr Hungerford has been active m church and community affairs at Manly He is president of the Brotherhood at Bethel United Brethren church taught a boys class in the church school for the past 5 years and has been secretary of the Schoolmasters club for the past G years He is a member of the Masonic order Mrs Hungerford has also been a teacher doing supply work in the grade school for a part of one term She is a member of the Order Eastern Star and active in the Study club They have a daughter 3i years old Lake Mills Woman to Teach German School Lake Haugen daughter of Mr and Mrs Andrew Haugen has been selected to serve for one year as an English teacher at Martin Luther college Risn bach Germany Miss Haugen is a senior at St Olaf college North field Minn Her year in Germany will be financed by members of her graduating class as a part of a class project Catches Prize Fish Keller son of Mr and Mrs Ted Keller won a prize for the largest game fish caught on opening day of the sea son His catch was a 9 pound northern pike in a contest spon sored by the Clarksville Fish and Game club Medical Group Report Findings on Rheumatism In a 48 page booklet a committee of 12 a the nations leading doctors have issued a com plete report of their study of rheumatism and arthritis covering a period of many months of niedicl research From their findings a formula for the quick relict of rheumatic pain was de veloped by a wellknnwn pharmacist This formula called RuTcl was first tested by physicians hospitals and clinics and has achieved remarkable results in relieving the pain of rheumatism arthritis and neuritis They found that RuTcl Tablets are pleasant to take do not upset the most cases give quick soothing relief sometimes overnight Now these RuTcl Tablets are available with out prescription through all dnif stores First bottlemust help or your money refunded Alumni Day to Be Held May 31 Commencement Week Begins Sunday May 30 Robert D Blue will deliver the address at the Wartburg college commencement exercises June 1 at a m at St Pauls parish house Waverly Commencement week will begin Sunday May 30 with a 6 a m communion service for graduates faculty and guests at St Pauls Lutheran church Waverly Presi dent C H Becker of Wartburg college will speak Baccalaureate service will fol low on the same morning at the same place at with the Rev Bernard Holm Ph D president elect of Wartburg Seminary Du buque delivering the sermon President and Mrs Becker will entertain the graduates at a 6 p m buffet supper that evening Monday May 31 will be alum ni day with an alumni luncheon and business meeting scheduled for 12 noon a golf tournament for men at the city links at p m a tea for alumni in the Wartburg hall lounge at 4 p m the day be ing climaxed by an alumni ban quet and program at St Pauls parish house at p m Banquet speaker will be the Rev Alvin E Park of Bartonville 111 8th Graders Advance to High School Osase Mitchell county rural 8th grade students were gradu ated Monday evening at the St Ansgar high school auditorium with County Supt L P Orlane giving the address Principal Ralph Morgan Washington grade school at Osage who is president of the Mitchell county board of educa tion presented the certificates Roy B Grace Mclntire member of county board of education pre sented the I letters given to stu dents who have ranked high school Students eligible for promotion are by townships Burr Oak Mary Bonoff Leone Comisky Ed win Copper Vera Jacobs Clarence Johanns Bernard Wagner Monaghan Douglas Leo Bird Dorothy Foster Lucile Johanns Dclphlne Reicherts Joseph Roethler Loecher A Kilian Shir ley McFarlane and JoAnn Noble East Grinstead Eugene Pint Paul Oeltjenbruns Bonnallie Virgil Lee Glassel Beverly Pike Rich ard Sheumaker Roger Dean Wild er Jordan Carroll Nel son Lucille Neumann Phyllis Scheideger Durben Cyn thia Gerhartz Clement Hemann Kenneth Hemann Lawrence He mann Peter Hemann Eugene Kasel Dionisius Koenigs Henry Koenigs Quentin Kramer Ann Michels Anita Mueller New Haven Mary Dostart Larry Fox Peter Fox Thomas Fox Jerome Hemrich Ann Meir ick Gary Mork Arnold Schweiger and Mark Sullivan SUFFERS EYE INJURY Algona LeRoy Graham 35 employed at Allen Motors here was seriously hurt whena piece of steel lodged in his eye He was re moving a rear hub and drum from the car when a piece of steel flaked off a tool he was using and entered his eye Mr Graham was taken to a doctor here and later to a Fort Dodge eye specialist Introducing the service a million car owners asked for COMPLETE SAFETY CHECKUP I HERES the answer to todays increasingly hazardous driving scientific analysis oi your car designed to prevent dangerous condilions from developing Our specialists will go over every inch of your car checking brakes steering controls wheel alignment lights condilions and very other item on which the Jives of your family may some day depend Many kindi of trouble may develop without giving to a highly trained mechanic Our service the surest way 1o prevent this Have us make a Complete Safety Check of your car at regular Intervals Today Isnt too soon to start FOLSOM AUTO CO 315 NORTH FEDERAL We aim to take care of our own with ChryslerPlymouth service that matches ChryslerPlymouth engineering HERE and THERE and Mrs Marcel lus Fuller and 5 children are spending 2 weeks With her mother Mrs Holmes and brother Merle and family in Anthony N Mex Popejoy Mrs E L Warman was brought home from the Iowa City hospital recently Mr War man who is confined to his bed at the Iowa City hospital is still under observation John Hammill while in Omaha also visited her niece Mrs Robert K Woker who lives at Council Bluffs Mrs Woker is the former Anita Richards of Gar ner Plymouth Mrs Nora Hunt who spent the winter in a rest home in Mason City came home recently for a visit St and Mrs Fran cis Schroeder from McAlIen Tex were recent visitors at the Walter Wilde home Everett Barr fam ily visited 4 days recently at the parental Glenn Sergeant home in SiouxCity St O Borsheim of Seattle Wash who has been visit ing atthe C G Goplerud home left to visit relatives at Decorah Fredericksburg Mrs Laurel Posiel and son of Independence who spent a week at the J D Trip Ictt home have returned home and Mrs M R Hunt of Greene were recent guests of Mrs Hunts mother Mrs Lillie Lewis Kate Spalla enter tained the members of the Catholic Daughters of America at her home to a May breakfast Ella Mae Fos ter was a delegate to the recent slate conference in Muscatine daughter of the August Studers and Shirley daughter of the Joe Studers have enrolled for summer term at State Teachers college Cedar Falls Both girls plan to teach this fall and Mrs Charles Denham of Webster will spend the summer with their 2 daughters in Oregon The latter is supcrintend ent of the local school Marble Walter Max son Charles City is helping care for her mother Mrs B J Losse whose health has been poor Velma Patrick has returned from Sioux City where she went as a delegate from the P E O chapter of Britt Bettic Vinson of Davenport visited her son and daughterinlaw Mr and Mrs Lloyd Vinson St C V Paulson will leave soon to join a former classmate in partnership in a pet shop at Maderia Cal He will be succeeded by Dr Robert Van Nice of Toledo Mrs Herman Hillmer came from Florida by plane to assist in the care of her sister Mrs Clara Eygabroacl who is seriously ill A niece Mrs May nard of Waterloo who has been caring for her aunt returned home Nora and Mrs O L Hansen were among the guests at the annual Blue Goose banquet and dance at the Moose auditorium in DCS Moines Mcservcy Gust Wickersheim of Isanti Minn is spending a few days with his sister Mrs C F W Paul and other relatives and friends Garner Mr and Mrs Elmer Katter hava purchased a home in Monmouth Ore and plan to leave soon for their new location Elmer Katter served as deputy county sheriff of Hancock county for a number of years Royce Thompson and sons of Mason City were re cent guests in the parental Men no Frohling home Marble Mrs Tom Lines and son and Mr and Mrs Arthur Lines and Kay were recent guests in the home of B H Losce at Rockford Lctn Allen of Los Angeles Cal is visiting in the home o Mrs J W Fisher SI Jack Tucker left recently to join her husband Major Jack Tucker at Sail An tonio Tex where he is stationed in the General hospital at Ft Snm Houson O Cole of Whit tier Cal former county superin tendent o schools oE Corro Gorclo county and one time superintend ent of the Plymouth schools was here visiting friends and relatives St P Hcndrickson spent last week at Washington D C visiting his brother Roy Hcn drickson and family Wesley Mr and Mrs Lester Larson and son Arvin and Bur rell Lease attended graduation in Renwick recently Mrs Larsons nephew Andrew Oppeclahl Jr was valedictorian of the class Garner William F Wicr of Humboldt was a business visitor at the courthouse recently Frcdcricksburff Mr and Mrs Fred Earth who recently flew from the west coast called by the series illness of Mr Earths father were gucsts of Mrs Earths sister and family Mr and Mrs Ray Whitnabel Nora Mae Claude and Bette Thiclc both nurses on tho staff of Mercy hospital at Ma son City were recent guests of Miss Thieles parents Mr and Mrs Fred Thiele Geneva Edward OBrien un derwent an operation for appen dicitis in tho Lutheran hospital in Hampton recently Roy Halfpops and Fred Halfpops have returned home from Green Valley 111 where they attended the funeral of a cousin John Jibbin Nellie Folt cele brated her 87th birthday May 19 in her winter home at Rockledge Fla She and her daughter Mrs Nina Ranck will spend the summer here with her daughter Mrs Al Wagner Former Algona Physician Dies Dr Tribon Succumbs in Sleep at His Home services for Dr F L Tribon Kossuth county phy sician for 44 years will be held Thursday at 2 p m at the Meth odist church the Rev F Earl Bur gess officiating He died in his sleep at his home early Sunday Had the doctor liveduntil Wed nesday he and Mrs Tribon would have observed their golden wed ding anniversary A daughter Mrs Otis Paddock of Phoenix Ariz flew here and arrived Monday morning another daughter Mrs Herman Leeftink of Mountain Wis also arrived Monday Dr Tribon was a son of Mary and Joseph Tribon He was born in Lester township Black Hawk county He had a grade school education then attended Upper Iowa university at Fayette and later attended the University of Iowa where he was graduated in the school of medicine in 1892 He came to Algona in March 1893 and established an office On May 26 1898 he was married to Miss Vallie Frost at West Bend He built a home here prior to marriage and it was finished after the couple started housekeeping It was their home all their mar ried life Due to ill health the doc tor retired 15 years ago He is survived by Mrs Tribon the 2 daughters and a son Donald in Washington D C Burial will be in Riverview cemetery here Twin daughters preceded their father in death The plural of octopus is octo puses octopodes or actopi There are some 140 species PLAN NEW of St Marys Catholic church at New Hampton are making plans for a new brick church with a seating capacity of 550 persons at an esti mated cost of The main part of the church will be a buff colored brick The tower is to be of stone The church largest in New Hampton will be 150 feet long and 46 feet wide at the narrowest part The Rev Victor Hintgen is pastor Plan Course in Farm Soil Management managers apprais ers real estate brokers and others will come to Iowa State college June 3 and 4 for the 20th annual soil management and land valua tion short course Last year more than 100 attended the 2day session on the campus In addition to members of the college faculty who will serve as lecturers J B Cunningham asso ciate professor of farm manage ment extension at the University of Illinois will appear on the pro gram Topics up for discussion include soil management fertility produc tivity and conservation as well as land values farm leasing prob lems and the outlook for agricul tural prices On the second day of the session there will be a field tour which will include a visit to the farm of Frank Jorgenson near Winterset After viewing the farm in the morning the group will meet in the Winterset courthouse to dis cuss the appraisal and manage ment aspects of the farm Arrangements for the course are being made by Frank F Rieken professor of agronomy and H B Howell extension associate pro fessor of agricultural economics PLAN POPPY DAY Dumont The annual observ ance of poppy day in Dumont will be held Saturday May 29 spon sored by the American Legion Auxiliary Mrs Marguerite Borne man is the Auxiliarys poppy chairman Music Teacher at Luther Dies Prof Larson Found in Home at Decorah Decorah J Lar son 41 associate professor of mu sic and wartime head of the music department at Luther college died here Sunday night of a heart at tack He was found in his room when he failed to appear as accompanist in a recital Larson joined the Luther college faculty in 1937 after receiving his bachelors degree in music from the University of Wisconsin and serving as organist at the Lutheran Memorial church in Madison Wis While at Luther he worked for his masters degree which he re ceived from Temple university in 1941 He had also studied music at Minnesota university and was an associate in the American guild of organists May 25 1948 17 Mason City GlobrGaieUe City Vet Groups at Nashua Make Memorial Plans day will be observed in Nashua on May 31 The morning speaker at the high school auditorium will be the Rev Alf Dodds of the Nashua Bible center Union services will be hojd at the Methodist church on Sun day morning May 30 BIBLE SCHOOL OPENS vacation Bible school began Monday and will continue through Saturday May 29 Classes will be held in the Sa lem Bethany and Methodist churches Sessions will be held each morning from 9 to oclock and is open to all from 4 years to 15 NEW POLICE CHIEF Verl Friedrich of Albert Lea Minn was appointed chief of police at Iowa Falls by Mayor Floyd Klippel He is a veteran of both world wars In the second world war his work included service as a special investigator for the military police He will succeed the late J B Sallee Friedrich is a native of Rockwell City Conservation Club Plans Member Drive Lyle Lyle Conser vation club will open a drive for members it was announced by Wayne Hartson chairman of the organization committee The club is sponsored by the American Le gion J RADIO SERVICE 16 First St S E Phone 1079 102 South Federal iday Tire SALE THE 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