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Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - January 17, 1966, Mason City, Iowa Depression years just could thave been that l bad the reference Here is to Batman and Robin born in pulp some 30 years ago and reincarnated on to last week the masked hero of the old comic books May stir the juices of the Young would be sophisticates whose tastes be tray them As still fetal but to those of our generation who grew up with the real Batman his image suffers greatly in the rebirth the Young Lions incur of fice who go around breathlessly shouting hold Page one and get ready for a replace after you see what i dug up think the modern Batman is hot wild stuff Way out has been heard even hilarious and fun a funny but it is not honest Adula Tion it is a queer concoction of Dunder headed glee amid the inane and the knowledge that another hero of the past is being deprecated it is the language of a cult that had its inception when Frankenstein was paired off with Abbott and costello on the screen were still paying a Price today with an unfortunate legacy from this mis match the munsters John Horn of the new York Herald Tribune May or May not he a product of that by gone Era but he writes like one since he shares our ing the to Batman a queer mixture of a graders serial class a production straight Corn Square dialogue campy kidding impoverished imagination cliches laughable plotting implausible action and for Good Ridi Culous playing exclamations like holy Barracuda and sleeps lines like Check your Cape yes i wish to attract attention or Batman to girl you interest and who can forget Bat Cape and ing the Watusi on a crowded dance floor or Robins head the fiendish riddles Workbench Vise lend a hand and they both kept Busy through the Day at closing time As Rose was ready to Check up she asked anyone in the building to Hope with her that she could balance out on the first try so being across the Hall we hoped everything but the adding machine v was quiet f or in terminable minutes till Rose punched the total key cheers went up from both Rose and Ernie it was really More than either of them expected checked and double checked the receipts for the Day came to and the precious adding machine tape measured 108 inches John m Wise John Wise funeral set for tuesday the funeral for John Mack Wise 74 former fruit Market operator in Mason City will be at 2 pm tuesday at the Blake funeral Home Wesley burial will be in the Ever Green cemetery at Britt friends May Call at the Chapel make history elect women to vestry St Johns episcopal Church sunday night became the first episcopal Church in the state reported As electing two women to its vestry elected to the local congregations administrative body were Marjorie Coates and Elizabeth Collins the Iowa diocese of the Church voted last year to per Mit churches to name women to Vestrie effective in 1966 the first woman to go on a vestry was on a replacement basis in Grace episcopal Church Cedar rapids sunday night St Marks Church Waterloo reported Reg ular election of one woman to its vestry besides the two women Here the St Johns Church members elected Alfred h Debuhr g Kent Gardner and g Jerome Krieger to the vestry All the terms Are for three years in a vestry meeting following the general meeting Murray Lawson was reelected senior 17 19m 15 Milan Cut until the time of services or Wise died saturday at Sexton following a heart at tack he was born dec 25 1891 in Oklahoma son of g b and Sarah Ann Mcswain Wise in 1910 he moved with his family to Mclean 111 where he attended school and grew to manhood he moved to Iowa in 1915 with his family and engaged in farming in the North Iowa area he was married to Ger Trude Devary Jan 7 1926 at Emmetsburg in 1941 he moved his family to Mason City where he operated a fruit Market on s Federal his wife Gertrude died 1946 and he continued to oper ate the fruit Market until 1950 at that time he moved to sex ton where he operated Macks Market or Wise was married to met to Culbertson Jan 17 1955 in Mason City Warden Robert Logan was re elected clerk and Hilbert f Smith was reelected treasurer John Evans or was elected Junior Warden in the general annual meet ing which followed a potluck meal the group heard rabbi Leonard m Kaplan of Adas Israel synagogue say we often spend much Effort in making a god out of our particular religion we spend just As much Effort in making our religion a religion of god rabbi Kaplan called for efforts to appreciate strange and often exotic religions under standing that each one Speaks for god and May even have a message for us for Many of the worlds people rabbi Kaplan said religion is the most important thing in their lives and understanding them Calls for understanding their View of god r a Culbertson Richard a Culbertson 60 succumbs Richard a Culbertson 60 re tired assistant manager of the Swift co Plant in Mason City died suddenly sunday at his Home 73 Lakeview drive he had lived in Mason City the last five years the funeral will be at 10 am tuesday at Trinity lutheran Church the Rev Lavern r Hanson will officiate funeral services also will be conducted in Chicago tentatively thurs Day burial will be in the mount or Krogh is master of Lodge Drilen m Krogh was in stalled night As worshipful master of Benevolence Lodge 145 of am in pub Lic ceremonies in the masonic Temple he headed a list of 1966 officers of the Lodge who were installed other officers of the Lodge for this year Are c h Thomas senior Warden w a Pattschull Junior Warden d d Kennedy treasurer b l main Secre tary c f Sharp senior Dea con r e Halverson Junior Deacon k w Wooldridge Tyler j b Luther senior Stew Ard c w Newell Junior Stew Ard and Andrew Graham Chap lain the installing officer was l w Rumpf the outgoing worshipful master and the install ing marshal was v m Floden also a past master Floden presented the past masters jewel to Rumpf the presentation of the masters Gavel to or Krogh was by Joel Hanes also a past master Murray Lawson was soloist campers or and mrs Ken Miller presidents of the new River City roamers and or and mrs Clint swale Field directors for that National campers and hikers association show the association Char Ter just issued to the River City reamers As a new chapter form new campers group the River City roamers a new chapter of the National but the to Batman didst Sway the Prete Eners in our Home they tuned in just enough of his nonsense to prove their inborn Good taste they called Abc tvs Bluff and Back the Knob went to the More believable lost in space Batman As he is being dished out today thankfully int their cup of ectoplasm that my Gram what is a grandmother just ask any child a grandmother is a lady who has no children of her own so she likes other peo Ples Little girls a Grandfather is a Man grandmother he goes for walks with the boys and they talk about fish ing and tractors and like that grandmas dont have to do anything except be there there old so they play hard or run it is enough if they drive us to the Market where the pretend horse is and have lots of dimes ready or if they take us for walks they should slow Down past things like pretty leaves or caterpillars they should never Ever say hurry up usually they Are fat but not too fat to tie kids shoes they Wear glasses and funny underwear they can take their Teeth and Gums off it is better if they dont typewriter or play cards except with us they dont have to be smart Only answer questions like Why dogs hate cats and How come god int married they dont talk baby talk like visitors do because it is hard to understand when they read to us they dont skip or mind if it is the same Story again everybody should try to have one especially if you dont have television because grandmas Are the Only grown ups who have got time f or John Lecocq or Lecocq memorial conducted memorial services for or John Lecocq 68 Soninlaw of or and mrs William j bar Bour 933 n Van Buren were conducted saturday at Seattle he died Friday in a Hospital in Seattle following a Long illness or Lecocq an orthopaedic surgeon was instrumental in opening a Hospital in Djakarta for the children of Indonesia and had been an instructor in the medical school at Kobe Japan until he returned to the United slates about a year ago because of illness previously he had taught in the University of Hong Kong in 196061 he and his wife Florence were the first Man and wife team to serve on the is Hope Hospital ship in indo Nesia or Lecocq received his medi Cal training in the University of Oregon he received his Resi Dence training at the University of Iowa under the famed Ortho medic surgeon or Arthur Steindler there he met Flor ence Barbour who was taking her nurses training in the Chil Drens Hospital a native of Harrison s d or Lecocq was of dutch Des cent his great Grandfather was among the first settlers in Pella surviving arc his wife lure daughters mrs Donald Flor surviving Are his wife two sons Frank Brodas Wise and James Lloyd Wise both of Mason City and four grandchild Dre Todd Terry Timothy and Tina Wise two Brothers w s Wise Mason City and Herman Wise Corwith and three Sisters mrs Charles Dovie Stratton Den ver Colo Dorothy Dammar Ell Chicago and Nell Opheim Sexton also survive he was preceded in death by his first wife Gertrude one son in infancy two Broth ers and five Sisters or Wise was a member of the Doan methodist Church in a sense every religion is an open Eye upon god giving us its own Flat on dimensional View he said it is Only the totally of them All that can give us a multidimensional View of the divine and a Panorama of infinite depth rabbi Kaplan said that Many scholars Are finding they must study Mankind As a single Gigantic organism spread Over the face of the Earth or Culbertson was born june 28 1905 in Chicago where he attended school and grew to manhood he began his employ ment with Swift company at an Early age and continued to work in the Chicago Plant until 1947 when he was transferred to St Louis to later he was stationed in Cleveland Ohio and then moved to Mason City in 1960 As assist ant manager of the Swift com Pany Plant he retired from Active service in november 1965 after completing 46 years of service with the company he was married to Dorothy m Hane sept 24 1927 in Chi Cago surviving Are his wife two daughters mrs Jack Dor Othy Mcglinn Huffman estates 111 and Judith Ann Cul Bertson Mason City two sons Richard a Culbertson la Grange Park 111 and George a Culbertson Evanston 111 and 10 grandchildren a brother Frank j Culbert son Kirklan Dwash and a Sis campers and hikers association has been formed in Mason City ant has just been issued charter officers of the organization Here Are or and mrs c g or Glen Krogh Nice going the quaint style of old coun try journalism can Stie be found As evidenced by this Folksy news item clipped in its entirety from t h e West Bend journal people came in the town Hall to pay their december Utility Bills in such numbers on monday morning that Rose was quite overwhelmed she phoned to Ernie Mertz at the Light Plant to come in and ence Edna Richert Spokane mrs Arthur Jane Langley Seattle and mrs John bar Bara Mckinnis Seattle an seven grandchildren Jerry d Smith Given five years in reformatory an 18yearold Mason City youth Jerry Dean Smith has Een sentenced to five years in he mens reformatory at Ana Mosa on a charge of statutory rape he was sentenced by judge l e Plummer Smith pleaded guilty to the charge stemming from an Inci Dent on dec 14 1965 involving a 14yearold Mason City girl two other Mason City youths face the same charge As a Resul of the incident they Are being held in the county jail pending disposition of their cases Dunkelberg quits Post to Aid Turkey George h Dunkelberg son of irs r f Dunkelberg 201 s Rhode Island has resigned from is Post As mayor of Clemson pc and is leaving for Turkey be will head the agricultural engineering work at a new institution there Ataturk univer Ity his work will involve both caching and research the e Dunkelberg also has resigned flyers As planning Engineer with the Merle South Carolina Experiment Sta Ion at Clemson he had scrod one year of a Twoy Earter As mayor and had been on the Council for four years he has been in Clemson since 1938 with the exception of world War ii and periods spent in India and in Chile he went to India from 1956 to 195s where be established an agricultural engineering department in the Indian Institute of technology in Chile he spent six months on a Federal government Dairy Extension assignment Dunkelberg is a graduate of Iowa state College he consid ers the Turkey Post very challenging while on the Clemson Council Dunkelberg was Irish Simental in the construction of a modern sewage system and disposal Ilant and for the towns Acquini Ion of its own water system if it were gods purpose in creating this creature that is Mankind to create a being that perceive the divine then is it not logical that he should have Given it Many senses the Eye does not hate the ear for not seeing the ear does not despise the nose for not hearing the Many religions perceive god each in a different Way but As Long As they All look toward god then they Are one Extension Council is organized Engstrom Amsterdam township Farmer has been elected chairman of the 1966 Extension Council the organization meeting was held at the Extension office other of elected Brown for 1966 Are Vic chairman mrs Russel Hanson Secretary and Russell Swanson treasurer Ter Bessie Gallagher Chicago also survive he was preceded in death by his parents or Culbertson was a member of Trinity lutheran Church of Mason City the major Erickson funeral Home is in charge of arrangements Boyer Case goes on trial second time a retrial of a suit against the Iowa High school i Letic association was started i Cerro Gordo county District ourt monday with the selecting f 12 jurors the suit filed by mrs Cecil Oyer of Mason City is being card in judge John f stones ourt a similar suit for led by Carroll Garland for Merly of Mason City is await no trial the suits Stem from the col apse of bleachers during a Bas Babbitt see for Quality wiring and Price within reason Call 7 it Al 1t7 1 the other twelve members of the Extension Council for the year 1966 Are Clarence Nannenga Avery township mrs Che Missman Bingham mrs har old Schwab Boone mrs Orvill Thompson Britt mrs a a Matson Crystal Leland hum Mel Ell John Clement Elsing ton Don Johnson Erin mrs Aaron Stromer Liberty de Blanchet Madison and Eugen Kelch Magor this group will direct the 106 Extension program hire the Extension personnel in co opera Ion with Iowa state University and plan Extension program for 1967 the Extension staff consist of Paul Henderson county c tension director Elsie Mae a Wert county Extension Horn economist and Gary Frahn county Extension associate netball game at Roosevelt Field ouse March 13 1964 mrs boy r is claiming Back injuries As result of the mishap last december the Iowa us reme court reversed a Previ Lus District court decision Here n which judge l e Plummer Ssu cd a directed verdict in favor of the association in remanding the Case for a new trial the supreme court said that a state Law relating to school districts does not mention he association the association contended that it is a Volun Ary unincorporated association of Iowa High schools and As such is not a Legal entity that can be sued ranked 61st Dwight Eisenhower the 34th president ranked 61st in a class of 164 when he graduated from West Point in 1915 j Purbaugh funeral set for tuesday Jack l Purbaugh 40 employee of the j d Hugins transportation company died s u d Denly saturday evening in route to a Hospital following a heart attack he had lived in Mason City three years and made his Home at 217 s Delaware or Purbaugh was born oct 8 1925 at Meyersdale a son of Roy and Ada Purbaugh he served 22 years in the u s Navy through both world War ii and the korean War he re tired from the service in june 1964 he was married to buy j Wolfe in july 1964 in Mason City surviving Are his wife Betty j Purbaugh a Stepson Leslie Robert Wolfe at Home his father Roy Purbaugh Meyers Dale a and Mother Ada Purbaugh Salisbury pair Purbaugh was a member of the american legion of Osage the funeral will be at 11 am tuesday in the major memorial Chapel the Rev Leroy e Bau Man associate pastor of the first methodist Church will officiate burial will be in Meyers Dale a Clara Adams funeral set for tuesday w Johnson funeral set for tuesday William Homer Johnson 91 retired grocer died saturday afternoon in a Rockwell nursing Home he had lived in this area throughout his lifetime and had been in business in Mason City and Nora Springs or Johnson was born in Rockwell feb 25 1874 son of Andrew and Nasena Johnson he was married to Alice pier sol in october 1896 in Rockwell surviving area son Oliver Johnson Van Guys Calif four daughters mrs William Merle Osborne los Angeles Marie Labarge Cedar rapids mrs Mike Louella Curley Rockwell and mrs John Kath Erine Fike la Puente Calif and a sister Emma Bower Rockwell he was preceded in death b his wife in 1920 and by a son a daughter a sister and five Brothers the funeral will be at 2 pm tuesday at the Murphy Chape in Rockwell the Rev Leo Clint swale Mason City Field directors or and mrs Ken Miller Mason City president or and mrs Wayne Enfield Nora Springs vice presidents and or and mrs Jack Hansen Mason City Secretary Treasur ers the Board of directors in Ludes the officers and the Fol owing chapter members mind mrs Clint Wolf and mind mrs Everett Dryden a on City and or and mrs Harlys Roggeman Rockwell Wallace pastor of the firs Mason City Ca endear monday regular Public meeting of City City Hall Council pm Fay Cec Bosses night banquet hotel Hanford built by austrian the first rigid Airship with an Interior framework to main Tain its shape was built in 1898 by austrian David Schwartz it crashed on its Maiden flight the funeral for Clara Belle Adams 93 who died saturday in a Mason City nursing Home will be at 10 am tuesday at the Mauie Bremer Chapel the Rev Robert Stone pastor of the first congregational Church will officiate mrs r e Patton will be the organist burial will be in the Evergreen cemetery at Clarion methodist Church of Rockwell will officiate mrs Ross Han sen will be soloist and mrs j c Kaiser pianist pallbearers selected Are Joseph Cahill Maurice Cassidy Hugh Coyle Monroe Ryburn Dell Vosburgh and Tom saw yer mrs Clive Wyke and mrs Albert Gossweiler will be in charge of Flowers burial will be in Rockwell cemetery visitation at the Chapel will be until the time of services the Patterson James funeral Home is in charge Donald Ohalloran rites set at Manly Ohalloran 59 died Friday at a Mason City Hospital funeral services will be tuesday at 11 am at Bride funeral Home Here the Rev Harold Dellit will officiate burial will be in Buckingham cemetery at Traer born july 26 1906 in Tama county he was the son of John and Emma Ohalloran a Veter an of world War ii he had been employed by the Rock Island Railroad Many years he had lived in Manly the last five years surviving arc his wife the former Alice Steeves two step children mrs Harold Patricia act lie South St Paul and Donald e Steeves Minneapolis in the pm rare Earth information Center at Ames Ames the atomic Energy commissions division of tech Nical information has established a rare Earth information Center Rig at the Ames lab oratory operated by Iowa stat University according to ame Laboratory director f h sped Ding Ric will serve the scientific Community by collecting Stoi ing evaluating and Issemina ing rare Earth information fron available sources or Karl a Gschneidner or will be in charge of the Center or Gschneidner is a Meta Burgist at the Ames Laboratory and associate professor of Meta Luray at Iowa state help All causes philanthropic americans contributed a total of billio last year for All causes acc orc ing to estimates of the America Assn of fundraising Counse inc the system of dual officer lips reflects the association new of camping As a family of Dir each club position is held y both a husband and wife the new chapters name was a Boscn in reference to Meredith Vil sons music Man repro citation of his Home town the chapter colors Are red and Hite and its Symbol is a replica f the state of Iowa with a Star o designate the geographical location of Mason City Cha is characterized As the Idest largest and fastest grow no family camping Organiza Ion in North America besides s activities for members its in is to educate the Public on lie need for conservation of natural resources about 10 new chapters of the nonprofit organization Are Starl d monthly As of the end of october there were 25548 paid memberships with a member hip taking in husband wife and children the Cha was founded by Lank Nathan on the Beaverkill River near new York City he and a group were camping and Ishing when a doctor and his son out Riding came across the roup and became enthusiastic about the activity the doctor returned to the City to get a tent and other gear the physician suggested that a dub would be a Good idea in a conversation when Nathan was assisting the doctor in putting up his equip ment those interested in forming new chapters of the National campers and hikers association May Contact Swain world War i vets drape charter Cerro Gordo Barracks 1661 world War i veterans and auxiliary m e t at the vow club rooms saturday evening for their regular monthly potluck dinner and meeting with 55 members and guests present the charter was draped for Earl g Potter who passed away recently the auxiliary draped its charter in Honor of mrs Foster j Langhoff the next meeting was set for try a want and 4234270 an invitation to visit us soon Ai the Brick tile pharmacy if so easy to play the Hammond Organ watch our pupils wed pkg lot pm Jones Hammond Organ studio Electrio co pm no fed youll love it Lingon berries Watkins lockers wholesale retail 711 s Federal pm Dayle Krc tilter has been with Casey Drue stores for 20 years Larry p r 1 e m was Ullh cases prescription shop 8 years during our years in Mason City weve had he pleasure of serving most of would be especially Nice to see you again in our new location if we Haven had the pleasure of serving you come in wed enjoy it free delivery dial 4243756 Brick tile pharmacy Brick it bldg clip this Coupon Brake special remove front wheels and inspect Brake linings inspect Brake Drums and Hydraulic system repack wheel bearings adjust service Brake adjust emergency brakes fill master Cylinder 01 with Coupon passenger cars Only see us for the bes Brake service in town Lane Bros inc 421 specialized Brake service for All cars and trucks North Georgia 4235445 when it comes to Chicken everyone Heads for passes tub of Chicken 12 pieces of Golden Brown flavor Crisp Chicken Chicken feast luscious Golden Fried Chicken served disjointed with Golden Brown f r e n e b Fried potatoes Pickle Oil be Well buttered bread Chicken special two pieces of g 1 d e n Brown c t 11 f Chicken with up i d e n Brown French Fried Pota toes Riekele Olive Well battered bread 73 you expect Quality from hash and you get it passes driven 4730915 1003 North Federal

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