Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on October 13, 1949 · Page 18
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W. 4-H Record Books Clear Lake—Wallace Johnson, .Mason City, full time youth as- «stant, reviewed record books at tne KPKCIS-IYI n» T_»-_I__ * . ..T schoolhouse Tuesday evening. Projects of 1949 were used for roll 'call. Ronald and Russell Wood and Betty and Roger Wilson had charge of games and served refreshments. Parents will be guests at City hall Nov. 9. Hydrogen is 14J times lighter than air. 17-«,7^^r"C : v^^^r^TTTTf^^^^^r-^ -"— ~ — - if4' : -ic«3^^^v4S?'^^'. ! . ' ' t l ^'^^ m ^^without' ' ' as Nationally Advertised •"HfUK&ii e* Mtn in SIVINTEEN Open a Charge Account BARON'S Shoe Dept. Main Floor Beautiful 24x42 Inch RAG RUGS What a Buy! Clear Lake Globe Gazette IP YOUR PAVKR IS NO* DELIVERED BY (J:W) P. M., PH. 239 OR 25V. NO COMPLAINTS CAN BE ACCEPTED AFTER 0:45. Flashlight BATTERIES Reg. 6c each ...... Now 2 for 9° Stock Up and Save MILK FILTER DISCS Rcg.49c Now 34° 100 to Box o/m Church Holds Annual Event Congregationalists Meet for 79th Tirr>e Clear Lake—Doctor E. W. Day, pastor, reported on the work of the Congregational church at the 79th annual meeting Wednesday evening,, analyzing the memberships of the various sub-divisions to show the growth in new families. The church has received into membership the past year 67 persons and lost" 7, 4 by death. They were Ira W. Jones and Mmes. C. E. Geist, Charles Eddy and T. E. Devereaux. A hymn was sung and prayer offered In their memory. B. C. Myhr was chosen moderator. Dr. G. E. Clough and J. F. Palmeter reported for the board of deacons, and Robert Stuart and Mmes. R. J. Aurdal, Clare Turnbull, Robert Kabrick, T. R. Sammis, G. I. Brooks and K. R. Rogers for the Sunday school. Fellowship Listed Mmes. L. E. Ashland and Arthur Petersen reported for the Women's Fellowship and L. G Stunkard and W. G. Choate for the men's, Larry Miller and Frances Repp for the Congo club, Mrs. Arthur H. Latimer for the nominating committee and Mr. Myhr for the board of trustees. L. W. Mahone, treasurer, submitted a mimeographed report on church finances and M. A. Arneson sent the finance report. P. E. Frettem and Mrs. W. J. McGowan were elected to ' the board of trustees and Dr. K. R. Rogers, George Klaassen and Dr. R. E. Calhoun to the board of deacons. Mr. Choate was named church treasurer, Henry G. Anderson clerk and Mrs. F. C. DeBruyn registrar. Armour Pugh was elected head usher with George Heetland assistant. Are Stewardesses Mmes. Edith Naylor, C. P. Beckett, G. E. Curphy and Russell Roberts were chosen stewardesses; Miss Beatrice Grimshaw and Mmes. William Bickford, Jr., Roger Nelson and Choate the music committee and Mrs. John Perkins prudential committee member. The welcoming committee includes Mrs. C. F. Crane, Miss Ida Clack and Messrs, and Mmes. Charles Findson and Pearl Hickok and Supt. and Mrs. T. G. Burns: The annual meeting followed a fellowship dinner served to about 140 persons by group 2 of which Mrs. Burns is chairman. The table decorations were small pumpkins, yellow squash and lighted candles. * * * PLAN SENDING BOX TO SCHOOL Plans for sending a Friendship Service box to a church school in Alabama next week were made by members of the Congregational Women's Fellowship who met at the church Wednesday afternoon. More used clothing is needed, Mrs. L. E. Ashland, president, announced, stating that anyone with clothing to give may leave it at her home. Plans were also made for the church bazar and dinner to be held Dec. 7. AIL groups will meet at the church Nov. 2 with group 3 serving a dessert lunch. A general meeting will be held Nov. 9. Initiate 30 New Hi-Tri Girls to Membership Clear Lake—Hi-Tri met in the study hall at the high school Wednesday evening for the initiation of some 30 new members, bringing the present total to 95. The goat is 100, Mrs. Arleigh Eddy, sponsor, announces. New ( members are Rogene Baughman, Marjorie Baum, Shirley Bell, Barbara Breheny, Donna Grosser, Netah Decker, Ruby Hansen, Louise Hoffman, Yvonne Johnson, Katy Jordan, Cleo Kocourek, Lola Leemhuis, Marilyn Lenning, Margaret Zirbel, Marion Haase, Dorothy Wedeking. Nancy Ludwig, Virginia Luick, Betty Markworth, Sharon Masters, Margaret McNamara, Ruth Ann Miller, L o r a i n e Moretz, Patricia Neu, Margaret Newman, Joyce Olson, Diane Patton, Barbara Rice, Joan Speaker, Ellen Wharam, Lela Wendell and Diane White. Plans were made for selling confections at homecoming and committees were appointed. The next meeting is Nov. 8. HONOR SOCIETY MAKES PLANS "A I/ook Forward" is the theme chosen for the year by members of Semper Fidelis, national high school honor society, at the opening meeting held Wednesday after school in the office of Miss Catharyne Chambers, high school principal and sponsor of the group. Guest speakers will be invited for special meetings and the students will work out other programs themselves. Plans were made to have a float for homecoming. The next meeting is Nov. 9. Ortmeyer Will Speak at Lake Superintendent to Address W.S.C.S. Clear Lake—Doctor F. W. Ort- m e y e r, district superintendent, will speak on "Advance Through Spiritual Growth" at the afternoon session of the 9th annual meeting of the Algona district, North Iowa conference, at the Methodist church Tuesday. The theme of the conference is "Christ Jesus Himself the Cornerstone." Mrs. R. E. McGowan, district president, will preside. The morning session opens at 9:30 with an organ meditation. A hymn, "We Gather Together," and prayer by Mrs. W. M. Hubbard will follow. The business session is at 10. A panel discussion opens at 10:40. Mrs. George Robb, Estherville, conference treasurer, will speak on "Advance Through Giving;" Mrs. R. C. Lawrenson, Sioux City, secretary of organization and promotion, on "Advance Legion, Auxiliary Plan Social, Dance Clear Lake—Plans for an old- fashioned dance and box social for members of the Amer !rt an Legion and Auxiliary and their partners has been announced for Tuesday evening at 8 at the All Veterans Social Center. A prize will be given the woman bringing the best decorated box Each box is to contain lunch for 2. Coffee will be furnished. Dancing will continue rrom 8 till 11 and then the boxes will be sold to the highest bidder. Three callers and an instructor have been engaged for the square dancing. A good orchestra has been retained. Cards may be played if preferred. Members and guests may come informal, hard times or-western if they wish. MM*B Cltr GUtt-Gaictte, MM«n C«y, U. Oct. 13, 1649 15 Reg. $1.59 Now Only Mrs. Jack Barnes Gives Book Review Clear Lake—Mrs. Jack Barnes reviewed "Just and Durable Parents" by James Lee Ellenwood for the program of Today's club at the home of Mrs. Peter O. Petersen Wednesday evening. Mmes. Robert Stuart, John Anderson and John Jacobs were welcomed as new members, names for mystery friends were drawn and Mrs. Petersen was named the flower committee. Mrs. Roscoe Miller entertains at bridge Oct. 26. Mmes. James Knipe and Wendell Medaris were guests of O. N. O. club at the home of Mrs. David Nelson. Prizes were awarded Mmes. Richard Harry and Jack Winkler and Miss Elizabeth Ann Branson. Mrs. W. H. Wagner was presented a number of gifts. Mrs. Vincent Minette entertains Oct. 26. ENTERTAIN C. D. A. AT DINNER EVENT Mmes. Clarence Patterson t Joe Ward and Ben Prohaski, Mason City, entertained 21 members of the Our Lady of the Lake court 1160, Catholic Daughters of America, at dinner at the Eadmar hotel Wednesday evening. Mrs. J. W. Pattie, Clear Lake, and Mrs. Barry Braheny and Miss Loretta Carney, Mason City, were special guests. Miss Carney gave a lesson on "Dolls," telling the history of the toy and exhibiting several from her collection. The next neeting is Nov. 8 when new members are to be initiated. 201-203 North Federal Lt. Roe E. Wallace Tells of Sea Duties Clear Lake—1st Lt. Rac E. Wallace was introduced by Dr. R. A. Winkle for Arthur Johnson, chairman of the program committee of the Lions club which met at Veterans of Foreign Wars clubrooms Wednesday noon. Lt. Wallace spoke on "Uncle Sam in the Shipping Business." Hf- told of the ports of departure used by army transports and of the many different types of cargo ships. He gave a detailed description of the ship he was on and how it was operated. Richard Van Slyke had Bill Farrell, DCS Moines, as a guest. G. W. Atkins asked for blood transfusions for Harlan Ott. It was decided to have a Joinl ladies night with the Mason City Lions club at Hotel Hanford, Mason City, Nov. 8. Next Wednesday the, club will meet at Randy's cafe. Clear Lake Briefs Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Peterson and family moved Wednesday from the farm near Alexander where they have lived the past 2 years to the Andrew C. Peterson farm, route 2, Clear Lake. Take advantage of Hansen's Bargains Friday and Saturday. Van Rushia, Mr. and Mrs. L. O. Rushia and Mr. and Mrs. George Templer, Jewel, have been guests of their sister and aunt, Mrs. Ed Rushia, the past few days. Be sure to see our weekend specials. Ange & Woody's. Music Mothers club will meet at the home of Mrs. Arthur Hammond Oct. 25 instead of Oct. 18, the regular date, it was announced Thursday. For Sale: New coil bed spring; Windsor chair. 518 Washington. The Chamber of Commerce board of directors meeting planned for Friday has been postponed until Tuesday at 12:10 at Curly's cafe, it was announced Thursday. For Sale: near .new davenport, very good cond. C. C. Johnson, 104 2nd Ave. N. Mrs. Frank Mullan, president of the Catholic Ladies aid, announces that but 300 dinner tickets will be sold for the fall festival and bazai- to be held at St. Patrick's church parlors Oct. 19. Persons desiring tickets may contact Mrs. Arnold Griffith. Adult tickets are $1 and children up to 12 50 cents. Serving is from 5 till 8. DAR Rummage Sale at Legion Hall Sat., 9 a. m. to 9 p. m. Bring articles on Friday. Mrs. C. A. Knutson will entertain Twentieth Century club at a 1 o'clock luncheon next week Thursday, it was announced Thursday. New Dorothy Hubbs tailored classic dresses at Hansen's. You will like the fit of their dresses. Dr. and Mrs. Donald Phillips are the parents of a 6J pound daughter, Gwen Ann, born at Park hospital, Mason City, Wednesday. She has a brother, Gregory. Wanted: Care of small children at my home. Ph. 311J, Mrs. Geo. Edmundson. Mr. and Mrs. John Boyden and grandson, John Lee Boyden, Delta, Colo., left for home Thursday after a'brief visit at the J. C. Jarvis home, 1401 E. Main street. Mrs. Boyden is a sister of Mr. Jarvis. They have also visited relatives ai Humboldt and Bradgate. For Rent: Lg. mod. bung. S. Sh. 'The Lodge." All util,, bath., ins. wint, $50 mo. L. M. Dunn, 815 Reg. and Trib. Bldg., Des Moines. Mr. and Mrs. Sig Hanson, Fort Dodge, arrived Wednesday to visit at the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Pahus, E. Main street. The womeii are sisters. Housecleaning made easy. Painted'walls washed expertly, with no muss, the machine way. Call the G and W Wallwashing Co. for free estimate. Phone 296-W. Mr. and Mrs. Charl«s Fleming:, Through Promotion," and Mrs. J. E. Feller, Cherokee, secretary of youth work, on "Advance for Youth." District officers will meet at 11:30 with Mrs. R. L. Hauswirth presiding. Mrs. Ray Baker, Britt, will conduct the noontide meditation and the Rev. Warner M. Hubbtrd, local pastor, will give the noontide prayer and grace. Luncheon and fellowship are at 12:15. Organ meditation at 1:15 will be followed by Doctor Ortmeyer's talk, Miss Charlie Holland, missionary to Japan, gives an address at 1:40. A hymn and offering are at 2:40. Mrs. Robert Smyth, Fort Dodge, North Iowa conference president, will speak on "Advance Through Faith" at 2:50 after which she will be assisted by Doctor Ortmeyer in conducting an installation and consecration service. Mrs. Clair Davis is local W. S. C. S. president. Boy Scout Troop 17 Will Make Changes Clear Lake—Changes in program and procedure will mark the meeting of .Boy Scout troop 17 Monday evening according to plans made by patrol leaders and officers at the junior high building. Don Mullan will initiate the new regime which will include changes in opening, closing work periods and games. George Heetland was a guest. None of the troop went to Backbone State park last weekend because of the rainy weather. Passing of tenderfoot tests wa? paramount at the meeting of troop 75 at the Zion Lutheran church. Older Scouts helped the new boys in preparation for a tenderfoot investiture service next week. The troop also practiced fire drill. Senior Scouts met Wednesday evening and further discussed reorganization. After collection of dues the boys had a basketball game. Mrs. Dick Grifhorst, 406 North street, entered Mercy hospital, Mason City, Wednesday. LINCOLN LOYAL LADDIES MEET Roger, Mary and Joan Pedelty entertained Lincoln Loyal Laddie's Tuesday evening with 19 members present. Last year's record books were returned and Willard Fulgum, Jr., leader, held a discussion on how to make the next year's record books better. The meeting Nov. 8 will be at the home of David Punke with a hay ride and wiener roast. Come and See! One Acre of CHRYSANTHEMUMS A RIOT OF COLOR AND BEAUTY On Julia Copley Farm, Highway 18, East of Clear Lake. Located Between the Nicholas Turkey Farm and the Copley Chicken Hatchery. I Will Be at the Field Every Afternoon Including Sunday From 1:30 to 5 O'clock. Brinff Your Friend. HARDY MUMS All Sizes . All Colors, LEONARD RODEWALD "HARRY SELLS FOR LESS!" 1st QUALITY COTTON WORK $198 Doz. Brown Jersey GLOVES 2 for . . Good Quality HancTchiefs 12 for .. 98c A-2 LEATHER JACKET, Fur Collar 15.55 ARMY HBT COVERALLS (New) 4.66 ORANGE FLEECE GLOVES 3 for 98c TARPAULINS, All Sixes 9c Sq. Ft. SUNTAN TROUSERS .2.77 USED ARMY WORK JACKETS 98c FOOT LOCKERS $777 WOODEN FRAME METAL COVERED COMPARTMENT TRAY HEAVY DUTY LOCK NAVY DRESS OXFORDS 6.66 AIR CORPS B-15 JACKET .12.88 NAVY DUNGAREES 1.88 WORK CAPS (All Types) 38c NAVY FLESH-OUT WORK SHOES 4.66 OUTSIDE WHITE or RED PAINT Gol. 1.95 314 E. South street, are the parents of a 61 pound son, James Joseph, born at Mercy hospital, Mason City, Tuesday morning. He is the first child in the family. Mrs. Fleming will be remembered as Rosa Klein. Mrs. T. L. McDaniel returned to her home at Elmhurst, 111., Wednesday after spending since Sunday with her mother, Mrs. W. F. Rich, 300 N. 3rd street, and sister, Mrs. Dayle Kretzinger, Mason City. New 1949 Army Style WRIST WATCH $3.77 Chambroy Work SHIRTS.. 98c NEW TURTLE NECK SWEATERS $147 Clear Lake Calendar FRIDAY— Christian Workers, Mrs. T. L. Sears, 114 Lake View Drive. 1:30. La£-a-Lot club, Mrs. Clifford Wilson, 214 W. Division street. Busy Bee club, Legion hall, 1. Star club, Mrs. Charles Findson, 643 E. Main street. P. T. A., Grant No. 8 schoolhouse, •. OPEX EVENINGS 7 TO 9 SUNDAY MORNING 9 TO 12 HARRY'S War Surplus Store 337 SO. FEDERAL AVE. NEXT TO CASEY DRUG CO. RODEWALD'S SUPER STORE - CLEAR LAKE SPECIAL AT OUR STORE! BLOOMING CHRYSANTHEMUMS Hardy Chrysanthemums from scientifically selected plants. They have been tested for winter hardiness, color and form of flower. What we offer here is the "Cream of the Crop." Blooming plants that will grow for years. For house or yard, potted plants. HARDY MUMS CUT FLOWERS All Colors All Sizes .. • 9S Bunch • •. 5O< Fresh Daily GROUND BEEF CUDAHY'S CORN FED ROUND STEAK Cudahy's Lean BOILING BEEF 4 Ib. Box Sliced Bacon PURE PORK SAUSAGE SKINLESS WIENERS ... DRIED BEEF, i Ib 39c Cudahy's SLICED BACON CUDHAHY'S CORN FED BEEF ROAST . . 49c 2 Large Pkgs. [With Coupon Giant Pkg. CLEAR LAKE CREAMERY BUTTER 62< Pound SUGAR FLAVOR-KIST Saltines Lbs PARKAY OLEO 30 C EVER ROYAL PLAIN OLIVES 15 C LEMONS 35 One Doz. WALDORF GLASS WAX 39 C OCCIDENT COOKIE MIX 29 C LIQUID AERO WAX 29 WEALTHY Pint START Your Set * ' AK ' Today Right in the Box AVON SILVERWARE Cholc* of Knife-Fork-T«a>p«on So lad Fork or I Tablespoon APPLES Lbs 29 C Package 2 - 8 Oz. Boxes For Oz. Box LARGE BOX LA CHOY CHOP SUEY 32* Vegetables, No. 2 Can . COCA- COLA 6 For. 25' Pockoge 35c

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