Mason City Globe Gazette in Mason-City, Iowa 17 Jan 1966
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Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - January 17, 1966, Mason City, Iowa
Job corps in Hancock co j persons be tween the Ages of 16 through 21 who Are interested in paid sum Mer employment with a limited amount of Job training Are encouraged to make application for the neighbourhood youth corp the neighbourhood youth corp nyc p r o v i d is meaningful work experience and employ ment for our Young people a nyc program can be organized in Isu cultural architects Iodel shows the theater auditorium first unit to be c o instructed in Iowa state University new cultural Center approval was Given by the state Board of regents for plans for the Structure to be built equipped and furnished at an Esti mated Cost of the Iowa state University foundation has con ducted a fundraising Campaign for the establishment of the cultural Cen Ter which will include a coliseum continuing education Center and Little theater in addition to the theater auditorium bid taking and construction will be scheduled by Spring the theater auditorium is to be four stories High seating a total of 2622 persons on the four Levels by local Comour Titis As provided for by the economic Opportunity act of j964 provided there is evidence of a need for such a program in order to determine or not there is a need for this program applications for sum Mer employment and Job train ing Are being accepted if there Are sufficient number of applications a nyc program will be organized and will Start around june 1 and will last for eight o 10 weeks Young men and women will do assigned to jobs in local governmental bodies and nonprofit organizations according to their future vocational plans interest aptitudes and abilities such jobs As office clerk clerk typists Road maintenance Labora tory assistants school building maintenance Library aide rec North Iowa deaths 4h girls in Chicago for study tour of Art Iowa 4h girls Are in Chicago for a study tour designed to increase their awareness of Art As it appears in All phases of Home improve ment rotarians hear talk on business Charles City a discus Sion of business conditions including the factors causing expansion contraction and revival was Given before members of the rotary club at a dinner meeting by Joseph Frommer marketing research manager for the or Salsbury Labora tories the program following the Mart dinner held in the elks dining room was opened by Herman bos vice president of Market ing of the Salsbury firm next weeks club program Wil feature a talk by Susana Iri barn Exchange student from Buenos Aires Argentina she is making her Home with the Wai Ter Rose family while attending Charles City High school Carl f Hauser is the program chairman for this meeting representing Northern Iowa counties the girls were selected or the eighth 4h Home irm in vement study trip on the basis of both their 4h records and their project work in Home prov cent the study tour is sponsored y Sears Roebuck foundation and the cooperative Extension ervice of Iowa state University the girls will spend half a Lay at the Chicago Art Institute a Here they will observe Many Art forms As Well As tour the Horne rooms 50 miniature Ooms of traditional furniture they will also visit the Pruden Ial building and the City i Rary to explore the artistry of architecture another feature vill be a display of furnishings rom the Middle and far East and Scandinavia at the Carson Pirie Scott import shops they will also visit the merchandise poetry contests announced Joice mrs h Oscar Aamodt Joice representative of Iowa poetry association has released information concerning the 1966 contests of the association residents of Iowa Are invited to submit poems with the Clos ing Date feb 15 1966 poems should be sent to Ruth Delong Peterson new London for the adult contest Mildred Bens Miller Iowa Wesleyan College it pleasant College contest Oneita Fisher West Chester elementary and High school contest poems must be original unpublished and submitted by the author except that teachers May submit work of their pupils Andrew Askeland Dies at Thompson Thompson Andrew Aske land 82 died saturday morning his car stalled and he walked to a Gas station where he suffered a heart attack he was a retired Farmer funeral services will be wednesday at p m at Bethany lutheran Church in Thompson surviving Are two sons Art Mason City Oluf Albert Lea two daughters miss Ruth Aske land Minneapolis mrs Milford Helen Solon son Rural Lake Mills seven grandchildren five following each Days tour the girls will be engaged in a combination stud evaluation session led by miss Marie Bishop assistant state Leader of 4h and Kossuth co republicans plan Campaign Algona a group of Kos Suth county republicans met in Algona with Oliver s Carlson county chairman plans were discussed for the coming Campaign plans Are being drafted for a meeting of the Kossuth county Central committee 1o take place in the near future Carlson asks that anyone interested in running for the of fice of county treasurer county recorder county attorney and two supervisor ships As Well As state representative write to the Republican Post office Box Emelda Kuna Extension specialist in applied Art others accompanying the girls on the trip Are mrs Alice Wal ters Greene county Home economist mrs Ethyl 0 1 d a k e r Obrien county Home economist and mrs Robert Mckee Home maker Clarion North Iowa county winners making the trip Are Karen Long Mason City Cerro Gordo county Karen Kahn new Hampton Chickasaw Barbara Katcher Greene Floyd Linda Dudley Lampton Franklin Gwendolyn Amke Garner Hancock mar enclose a stamped Seliad dressed envelope for return of unused poems and notification of contest results in april each person May Send from one to five poems preferably of 20 lines or less no one can receive More than one prize Highway worker is honoured on retirement great grandchildren his wife preceded him in death Flavia Everett rites wednesday Iowa Falls Flavia Ever Ett 90 died sunday at a hos Pital in Boone mrs Everett had been a resident of the Eastern Star Home there the last 1m years a service will be held at the Chapel of the Eastern Star Home wednesday at 10 a m with a graveside service at Union cemetery Here at 2 p m surviving Are two daughters mrs Arnold Dorothy Helland Des Moines Helen Donegan Al Dora two sons Harvey Iowa Falls Franklin Rockford Iii 10 grandchildren and 14 great grandchildren Kermit Borg rites Charles City rites for mrs c Green Charles City mrs Charles Bertha May Green 72 died of cancer saturday at the Floyd county memorial hos Pital she was born in new Haven aug 30 1893 1o Casper and Eleanor Orr Toelle she was married Jan 15 1913 surviving Are her husband a son Harland Green new York City a daughter mrs Robert Mary Eleanor Vokaty Charles City seven grandchildren eight great grandchildren two Sisters mrs Perle Green and mrs Wil Liam Meyer both of new Haven two Sisters preceded her in death funeral services will be tues Day at 9 am at immaculate Conception Catholic c he r c h rosaries will be said monday at pm at Grossman Hage funeral Home burial will be in new Haven cemetery Merle e Sanders rites in Iowa Falls Iowa l Sand ers 54 died unexpectedly at his Home near Hampton saturday services will be at 2 p m tuesday at the Immanuel Luarthur e Snyder rites set tuesday Charles City Arthur e Snyder 68 died saturday at Floyd county memorial Hospi Tal funeral services will be tuesday at am at immaculate Conception Church burial will be in Calvary Ceme Tery Rosary will be said Mon Day at 8 pm at Hauser funeral Home or Snyder h a d been employed As a Salesman for Cash Man and Sherman nurseries for Many years he had lived Here 32 years and was a member of knights of Columbus holy name society and veterans of world War i the son of Albert and Agnes Snyder he was married to Al Freda Heisterkamp june 20 cation aide Etc would prob ably be available the Young persons Are paid on the average of or hour and will be working 32 hours per week four Days per week will be spent on Itic Job and one Day will be spent in class room instruction or related activities an enrollee will be paid Only for the hours on the Job and not for the extra hours put in on class room work Young persons who Are selected for this program must meet certain eligibility require ments age 16 through 21 As of june 1 1966 unemployed at the 1925 at Preston Minn he is Ime of enrolment in the pro Gram not working for remuneration in excess of 20 hours per in need of paid work experience in order to stay in school or increase their employ ability established financial need More information and application forms May be obtained from the principal or guidance Counselor in the following Community schools Garner Hay Field Britt Woden Crystal Lake Corwith Wesley Kanawha and Klemme also application forms can be obtained from the county superintendent of schools office courthouse Garner Applina first annual Hancher David r Mason 21 Lime Springs senior in political science at the University of Iowa looks Over a certificate with professor Rhodes Dunlap director of the u of i honors program the Hancher award was Given to Mason in recognition of his Scholastic and Campus leadership achieve ments in memory of the late or Virgil m Hancher u of i president for 24 years he died last january the award was presented during the official opening of the University new honors House facility for honors program students Mason who Lias been an honors student since his freshman year plans to enter 1 a w school upon graduation in june tons should he completed and survived by his wife two Daug returned As soon As possible at Forest City 22 primary election is to be lick sept 6 ene Clay Cresco Howard finely Long Algona Kossuth Dorothy Schmidt Osage Mitch Ell Mary Schmidt Woden Winnebago Sharon Moe Decorah Winneshiek Lois Felland Joice Worth Mary Ann Drury Clarion Wright livestock nutrition Garner Garnoc Hayfield adult Farmers evening school will discuss livestock nutrition at the regular session on monday evening Jim Hale nutritional technician with the Farmers regional cooperative will be the guest speaker w Christen sen was honoured at an Oyster Stew supper Given by his fellow workers at the county shed at Rockwell he received a Golf cart Christensen retired Jan 1 from his duties with the Road maintenance department of Cerro Gordo county he held this position 30 years with a years absence during world War ii at a recent meeting of the pleasant Valley Golf course Board of directors Christensen was appointed As greens keeper Guild to meet Alexander Circle Forest c i t m Borg 35 died saturday at his Home funeral services will be tuesday at 10 am at first Baptist Church Here with Bur Ial in the Church cemetery Olson funeral Home is in charge surviving Are his wife Bev cry a son Kevin 4 Daugh Ter Vana 6 two Brothers Tex and Able parents or Anc mrs Linnea Borg grandparents or and mrs Martin Borg All of Forest City Garner clubs plan meetings Garner Garner Lucinda club will meet with mrs Doris Hanan wednesday at pm Garfield Hobby club will meet with mrs Harry Horecka at noon on wednesday a cancer film will feature the program the if Force Olson Post of the american legion will be Host to the county legion meeting at the Garner memorial building at 8 pm wednesday Theran Church in Iowa Falls burial will be at North Awn memory Garden Iowa Falls survivors include his wife 2dna parents or and mrs Clyde a Sanders Bradford stepdaughter mrs Sherman Cleveland Alden a sister mrs Glenn Porter Ackley three grandchildren Anderson funeral Home is in charge of arrangements services at Omaha for John c Suhr ii of the Guild will meet at the reformed Church at 8 pm tuesday mrs Herbert Muhlenbruch will give lesson i mrs Dickie Dirksen will give devotions mrs Gene Draper Wil Ibe the hostess and will present a skit Charles o h n c Suhr 89 died saturday night at a nursing Home Here he had lived in Omaha Many years born in West Side Iowa he was married to Amanda Peters in 1902 he is survived by a son Russell w Suhr Charles City two Brothers Henry Kansas City to e h Suhr Fresno Calif a grandchild and two funeral services will be tuesday at pm at Crosby Kunkol funeral Home in Omaha burial will be in for est Lawn cemetery there Hau ser funeral Home is in charge of local arrangements first Bathtub Benjamin Franklin is believed to have imported the first Bath tub to America from France ters mrs Loren Betty Koes Ling Menominee Mich mrs Steve Shirley Schmitt Charles City two sons James r Sny Der Cedar rapids Raymon e Snyder Kingston by 13 grandchildren three Brothers m s g r r j Snyder Adams Minn Bert Snyder for Dodge Glen Snyder Minneapolis two Sisters mrs Mary Lusk new Haven mrs t h Gorman Tacoma Wash a brother l b Snyder preceded him in death Burnice Beane rites at be grand be grand Burnice h Beane 86 inter natio n a 11 y known Fossil expert died Satur Day at a Marshalltown Hospital funeral services will be tues Day at pm at friends Church in be grand Este per Rin funeral Home at Marshall town is in charge or Beane received an Honor Ary degree from William Penn College he had discovered and named 11 new species during 30 years of work on sea fossils in quarries near be grand where he was born at 85 he was honoured for naming a Spe cies which was placed on Dis play at the state historical museum in pcs Moines he had spoken Many times to groups in the Mason City area surviving Are two sons Ray mond Ralph h a Beane Beane be grand principal of the Marble Rock school grandchildren including David Beane of Mason City tuesday rites for mrs f f Taylor Osage funeral rites be tuesday at pm at the Champion funeral Home for mrs f f Taylor 79 she died saturday burial will be in the Osage cemetery did you know Morris paint is Burgess flashlight batteries size d steel Case band mothers Alexander band mothers will meet at the Junior High school tuesday at 2 pm hostesses will be mrs Griffith Troester mrs Ray mond Vanasse mrs Elmer Varrelman mrs Hugh Porter Field mrs Clarence vestweber Doit yourself an estimated s3 billion annually is spent on Doity Ursell Home first first first m experience in color in service in Quality new farm equipment Acuti i have decided to quit farming and will offer the following machinery for Sale at Public auction at the farm located from Clear Lake 4 Miles South on 107 2 Miles West and i mile South or from Ventura 4 Miles South 3 Miles East and a mile South or from Thornton 8 Miles North 2miles West and mile South wednesday january 26 Sale starts at 1 00 pm Sharp farm machinery and equipment semigloss Latex thins with water dries in 30 minutes scrubs like enamel Beautiful semigloss Lustre 5000 colors at no extra Cost no other paint like it youll love Silky Morris paint is sold on a Mone Yback guarantee Morris paint Willowbrook Plaza shopping Center monday thru sat 8 am to 9 pm to i pm phone 4237655 paint experts to help you Bob Nelson manager 1960 in 560 diesel tractor 155 tires fast hitch Remote Cylinder and swinging drawbar excellent condition 1955 Ford 650 tractor with Remote Cylinder Large Hydraulic pump Good condition 1950 ton jeep pickup with 4wheel drive recently Over hauled John Deere 414 trip Bottom plow with trash Moldboard excellent condition Case 14ft tandem disc 18inch Blades Good condition 1964 John Deere 14vzft c Ca Field cultivator with drag hitch John Deere no 490 planter rubber press wheels fertilizer attachment Hydraulic lift John Deere 48ft elevator 1 5inches Ford 2row cultivator front mounted Ford 7ft Mower with wind rower Ferguson 6ft rear mounted Blade John Deere running gear with steel flare Box and Midwest hoist running gear with steel flare Box and Midwest hoist Montgomery Ward running gear with steel flare Box All with Good sideboards John Deere 7sec Tion drag Continental 2row stalk Cutter 12ft Western cult Packer Sears manure spreader John Deere endgame seeder two wide to drive John Deere 4 Section rotary Hoe in 455 4row cultivator Case a6 6ft Combine to scour clean pick up attach ment Hume reel variable Speed Cylinder drive Good canvasses Al ways shredded and in Good condition 1962 1h 2mh Corn picker with grease Banks in excellent condition in no 15 shelter attachment also in excellent condition 1964 in 2001 manure loader with dirt plate Snow bucket Large double acting cylinders 1963 Sears Roebuck sprayer Trail Type 8row 300gal plastic lined tank with drops and pump also hand gun sets of 1h wheel weights pair of tractor chains 12ft Grain Auger Power Hack saw Tarp 16x16 23 rough boards 16ft Long 300gal fuel barrel with stand two build Ings 10x12 and 10x18 one 3section drag in 3bar Side delivery Rake John Deere 15ft single disc 18 Blades one Flat rack heat Houser for 560 one set of Ford wheel weights 500lb Fairbanks Morse scale four Rolls Slat cribbing electric Fence Charger some fencing and steel posts terms Cash or make arrangements with your banker before the Sale no property be removed until settled for not responsible for accidents Benny Smith owner to auctioneers Pedelty Bros clerk Clear Bank a Trust co folgers Coffee 1 Pound Wrigley gum 10 pack with Purchase not including Coffee distilled water regular 49c in plastic throw away Jug 37 Western maid salad dressing it 33 safeguard soap complexion site 2 bars 29 Light bulbs 406075100 regular 25c 19 wafer cookies Reg 49c 37 46 of can Reg 169 1 Pound can free 50 Gold Bond Stamps with Purchase of in greeting cards your Choice Delsey toilet tissue Reg 27c 2 Roll pack 17 infrared heat lamp Reg 49c Brachs Houcks Price plump tender cherries covered with chocolate
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