Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on October 13, 1949 · Page 23
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City under Exchange at ' l — All-day Armistice day observance with football game at 2 p m and and S? OEC m <"'« contractor, Conference sponsored by Tite « >nnual ria,,Jli 1 'l£ m ), lial tf' rist '"as Party of w«£? £~ W , ord ., en post ' American Legion, 7 P- m ' dinner. club P^n* Robert First Methodist church p. m. - S JJ— Community Concert. Columbl* . 27— Community Concert. Slgl Weli- Planist - hlfih sch001 auditor- p. m. HERE IN MASON CITY O'Brien Paints at Shepherds. Get Spred Satin at Payne's. Major Ambulance Service. Ph. Bll. Wall washing; by machine. Free estimate. Ph. 812 or 967J. "Insurancewise." Let G e o r g e, Bob or Jerry Harrer do it. Ph. 321. A joint meeting of the board and the fire prevention committee of the Mason City Chamber of Commerce will be held at the Hotel Hanford at 12:10 p. m., Friday to hear Emmett T. Cox, field officer for the Western Actuarial Bureau. Board members will also hear several important reports, President F. J. Olson announced. A. C. Frisk is chairman of the fire prevention committee. Am. Vet. Auxiliary rummage sale all day Fri., Labor Temple. Dr. R. W. Shultz, D. O., ftm. 641, Hanford Hotel. Phone 2960. Keeley's Cho. Creams 75c Ib. Kislia's 16 1st S. E. Storm sash repair, window glass. Boomhower Hdwe. 1950 V. F. W. dues are now due. Payable at office of quartermaster, 12 2nd N. W. Dick Halsor, 11 Rock Glen, has been initiated into Alpha Tau Omega social fraternity at Drake university in Des" Moines. Used Clothing Sale Fri. and Sat., Oct. 14 and 15, 9 to 5, back door. 1004 N. Quiricy. Certified Metered Service, Spark Circulating Heaters and quality fuel oil are all available through Red Star Oil company. Ph. 1328. $4.98 Millinery clearance sale, Fri. and Sat. One hundred "better hats." Loftus Hat Shoppe, 8 1st St. N. W. Chicken md ham dinner, country style, St. Michael's parish hall, Plymouth, Iowa, Sun., 16th, starting at 4 p. m. Adults $1, children 50c. SKALDEN SINGERS COMING—The Sknlden Choral Group, pictured above, is part of the Norway Ensemble, which is to give a concert at the Mason City high school auditorium Sunday evening, Nov. 6, at 8:15 p. m. under sponsorship of the brotherhood of the Trinity Lutheran church. NEWS of RECORD Clear Lake Court Tr»!fle Law Violations—Raymond Hild- raan, K. 3, Clear Lake, passing stop sign, fined 53 and costs. Marriage Licenses Koberi E. Lemon, 30, Minneapolis, Minn., and Emily M. Lemon, 27, Springfield, Mo.; Ira Glenn Bromley, fi., and Beverly Ann Leath, 21, both of Mason City. New Car Sales L. A. Moore, 671 E. State, Cadillac; Mrs. Agnes Kelsh, J.OIU 2nd N. W., roii- tiac; John L. Conway, Dougherty, 1'on- tiac; Arthur E. Carlson, Clear Lake, Pen- Use; Charles 11.- Tunlns. !M)8 lilh S. W., Crosley; Ernest Andersen, Clear Lake, Cadillac; Harry Brunner, Hotel Hanford, Chevrolet; Merlen .1. Xhada, Thornton, Ford truck; S & R Chevrolet Co., Mason City, Chevrolet truck; Oswald Strand and Sons, Plymouth, Chevrolet; the Kev. Dale J. Nicholson, Plymouth, Chevrolet. Births Reported (At Mercy Hospital)—Daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Fuller, 1.032 17th N. E., Wednesday. Son to Mr. and Mrs. Robert White, Clear Lake, Thursday. (At Fark Hospital)—Son to Mr. and Mrs. Earl Hanson, 115 15th N. E., Wednesday. Daughter to Dr. and Mrs. Donald M. Phillips, Clear Lake, Wednesday. Fire Calls Singers From Norway Coming Here on Nov. 6 The Norway Ensemble, a group of singers from the fjords across the ocean, will present a musical program at the high school auditorium Sunday evening, Nov. 6, at 8:15. The music in song, violin and At 9:35 a. in., Wednesday to rear u? 411 1st S. E., Ralph Shepherd, owner; George Chapdelaine, occupant. Sparks from incinerator Involved leaves and rubbish close by. At 1:11 p. n>., Wednesday to front of 9 2nd S. E., gasoline delivery truck. No JJre. Gns leaking front track. At 5:47 p. m., Wednesday, 88 Linden drive, home of C. II. Koplen. Sparks from incinerator involved leaves and old wood near garage. At G:3(i a. m., Thursday In front of lil 1st S. W. Auto belonging to Dean Thompson, Clear Lake. Defective muffler involved floor boards and spread to front seat cushions. At 8:15 a. m., Thursday to trailer of Milo Klenke, 2004 S. Federal. GAS pressure stove flared up. 1st Christian Church Adopts Year's Budget Budgets for the First Christian church were adopted at a business meeting held following the fellowship dinner at the church Wednesday evening. Clifford Beem, president of the church board, presided and presented the budgets recommended to the congregation. Alfred Halsor. was chairman of the finance committee and Neil Garrison of the World Missions department. Each spoke in regard to the budget. In Charge of Dinner The dinner vyas in charge of Mrs. Louis Brpoker and her committee, including Mesdames Bertha Hansen, Sam McKee, Neil Garrison and Ella Bryant. Serving as hostesses were Mesdames Jack Barnes, David Garlock, Max DeWees, Stanley Hayncs, Lula Kis- lea, Frank O'Hearn and Pearl Walters. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Browning of Mason City were guests at the dinner. A song service followed, led by Frances Kirkpatrick, with Mrs. Ivan Barnes at the piano. A quartet also sang, composed of the Rev. R. L. Williams, Frances and Richard Kirkpatrick and James Fitzgerald. Conducted Service Mr. Williams conducted the devotional service and a reading was given, "New Venture." Eugene O. Moore, youth worker, will be at the church Oct. 14 to 19 and the anniversary service will be held at the church, Oct. 23, with a potluck dinner following the worship service, it was announced. Members also were urged to attend the international convention at Indianapolis, Oct. 25 to 30. Police Court Parldnf Violations—C. K. Barlow, 13 Hth N. W.; G for ft Wenken, Manly; Mrs. Lois Katz, route 8; Burl Stepleton, 202 21st S. W.; H. E. E-cherlch, 331 2Jst S. E.; Floyd Rov/c, ronte one; Leg Reed, 108 Delaware N. E.; Mike Zack, SOG 2nd S. W., and Mrs. Roy Dull, 81!) Monroe N. W., each forfeited $1 bond. Realty Transfers Woodward, Lee R. A Lynne A., et al To W. J. Jennings $8,000.00 WD Lot 5 Blk 6, F; M. Norrls' First Add. to Mason City. 8-10-48. Ready, Vern E. & Lurine S. To Paul B, Patrick & Jeanne, JT $1.00 1VD Lot 1 Blk 5 in The Highlands, Mason City. 7-30-49. Hngo, Tjark A'May, JT To Joe Pnrcell $1.00 WD Lot 3 Blk 14 in Central Ills. Add. to Mason City. 10-5-49. Chrltloff, Fete A Mary Ta Pete Chrii- loff & Mary, JT JI.OO WD Lots 11 & 10 in Blk Z Lehigh Add. to Mason City; and the .NEtt 31-97-20. 8-25-4B. Salmon, Ross R. tc Urmah C. JT- To Ormah Salmon * James K. Moore, Trustees of Ross R. Salmon Trust $1.00 WD Lot 17 Blk 10 Dodge's Point Fark. 7-1X-40. piano will consist of a variety of numbers drawn from a rich store of folk melodies that are enjoyed by peoples of all nationalities, but are special favorites among those of Norse descent. Form Background The ensemble includes the Skal- den choral group, 10 men with excellently blended voices, who form a background for 3 noted soloists, Kari Frisell, soprano; Alf Sjoen, violinist, and Eline Nygaard, pianist. The Skalden group was organized in 1933 in Sandefjord, Norway. Under the leadership, of Gunnar Hansen and later his brother, Rolf Hansen, Skalden has become one of the favorite singing units in Norway. A number of North Towans heard .Miss Frisell at the University of Oslo chorus concert at Albert Lea last year. Her singing of such numbers as "Solveig's Song" and "The Saeter Girl's Sunday" was the high point of the concert. Is Talented Artist Mr. Sjoen, the violinist, is regarded as one of Norway's most talented young artists. He is well known on the concert stage of his homeland. In 1947-48 he was an honored fellow at Columbia university. Miss Nygaard, the pianist, has appeared with the Oslo Philharmonic orchestra as a featured soloist. The concert here is sponsored by the brotherhood of the Triiaty Lutheran church with proceeds going to the church building fund. Tickets may «be obtained from the pastor, the Rev. Alvin N. Rogness, pastor, members of the brotherhood, of which Mark Giere is president, and at the Vance and Reed music stores. 4 Breakins Are Reported in One Night Little Missing at Stations, Lumber Yard Mason. City police reported Thursday that 2 more filling stations and a lumber yard were broken into during the night Wednesday or early Thursday though little was taken. Harlan Truesdall, 26, Waterloo, is being held in the county jail in lieu of $2,000 bond after he admitted breaking into and entering 2 stations Saturday night and breaking into another one. Police found 2 stations entered One was discovered at 1:47 a. m. Thursday, Elmer's service station at 422 Monroe N. W. Entry was made by forcing the front door with a tire iron. Nothing was taken, it was reported. The Red Star station at 40L 3rd N. E., was found broken into at 3:08 a. m., by police. Entrance was made by breaking a window and entering through the north door to the office. The station was ransacked but no loss revealed. At the D-X station at 1013 N Federal, employes found the south side window had been broken anc that 2 copper, Ray-o-vac flashlights were stolen. A brown leather case with .22 shells in it wa; found outside the window. Employes of the Page Lumbe: company, 415 S. Federal, said $2 in nickles and $1.35 left in th cash drawer was taken sometime during the night. Entrance wa made by crawling under a gate and breaking a window. Frank Shima, owner of s gro Reception Is Held at Church for Gusto/sons The First Methodist church held reception for its pastor and wife, Doctor and Mrs. Lloyd A. Gustafon, at the church Wednesday evening with F. C. Heneman, lay eader, in charge of the program. Doctor Gustafson s h owed olored movies of, the extensive European honeymoon trip taken jy the Gustafsons this summer. Many historic spots of England were shown including St. Paul's cathedral, the Universities of Ox\>rd and Cambridge and Picadilly square. The movies also showed he Wesley chapel in London, a monument of Methodism, which was not touched by war ^MM^bombings though most of the tructures around it were. Also shown were scenes from he Swiss Alps, including the United Nations building, Norway and Sweden. Mrs. Gustafson spoke briefly and mentioned that their first tea n England was spread, on a large, 'lat tombstone in a cemetery. Mrs. Harold Snyder sang 2 numbers accompanied by Mrs. Harold Payne. Introduced were the Rev. eorge Sheils, associate pastor, and wife; Mrs. G. S. C. Andrick, church secretary; and Antonius Jensen, church custodian. Mrs. Howard Dodge, church organist, played several numbers during the reception. In the receiving line preceding the program with Doctor and Mrs. ustafson and the Rev. and Mrs. Sheils were Mr. and Mrs. Heneman, Dr. and Mrs. T. E. Davidson, Mr. and Mrs. Carl O. Klath and Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Cornwall. Mrs. Davidson was in charge of the social hour which followed. Mrs. Ralph Millhiser and Mrs. M. D. Kubicek were in charge of the dining room assisted by Mrs. Russell G-irton, Mrs. George Gitz, Mrs. C. W. Thomas and Mrs. Howard Jackson. Pouring were Mmes. Frank Currie, J. A. Van Ness, Maurice Miiier, W. P. Butler, E. R. Dunlop, G. S. C. Andrick and the Misses Marie Kober and Esther Pagenhart. Barbara Gross Services Held Funeral services for Mrs. Barbara Gross, 66, who died Saturday following an illness, were held Wednesday at St. Joseph's Catholic church, with Father Alvin Heuring officiating. Attending the services from oul of the city were Walter. Gross San Lendro, Cal., Mrs. Bertha Collins, Axiburn, Wash.^ and Mrs Helen Hagemeister and Mrs. J. B Clos, Minneapolis, and Roberl Newman, San Diego, Cal. Pallbearers were Frank Pirkl Mark Pirkl, James Coyle, J. L Rice, J. L. Switzer and Mark Sessions. Burial was at St. Mary's cemetery, Minneapolis. The Colonial funeral iiome in charge. I Have Opened Electric Shop at 408 North Jackson. Call me for all kinds of Electrical work. PHONE 1334 Clyde Buck Electric Co. Piles Hurt Like Sin! But Now I Grin Thousands chan« groans to IT In •.Us* s' formul dlMomfort Cfr way. Got tube Thornton s Rectal Ointment or Hoctal Sup- torteatoday. Follow label direction.. fr «ala atall drug stores everywhere. * ad In M«i»n MCO Cltf *•'* GET YOUR COPY OF THE SINGER SEWING BOOK This handy sewing manual contains complete sewing instructions and detailed illustrations to cover all sewing problems as well as the use of all attachments. Beautifully cloth bound with glossy pages, S 3 95 These books make ideal Christmas presents. Get yours today . . . SINGER SEWING MACHINE 123 North Federal Phone 2211 eery at 622 Monroe N. W., told police someone broke into h i s store Tuesday between 7:30 p. m and 8:30 p. m. and stole some cartons of cigarets. An unsuccessful entry had been attempted through the back door, it was stated, and glass broken in the front door to gain entrance. STOCK REDUCTION CLEARAHCE Of INLAID LINOLEUM Your Choice of 2 Weights -- BARGAIN PRICED Complete Color Selection in Marbelized Patterns HOUSEHOLD WT. 6 FT. WIDE *«IU\ m Per Running Ft. STANDARD WT. 6 FT. WIDE Per Runnin* Ft. 9x12 FT. FELT BASE RUG 54 Inch WALL COVERING Was 59c Running Foot NOW Run. Ft. Durable FELT BASE ATS Bordered 18x27 Inch Ea. WALLPAPER PATTERNS FOR ANY ROOM! Lovely Living Room, and Bed Room Patterns Washable Designs For Kitchens and Baths Choice Selection of Sunfast & Waterfast Papers SOME AS LOW AS ROLL COOK'S PAIK^i Atk About Our Tim* Payment Flan ! 1.18 South Federal Phone 1017 Globe-Gazette Photo AT CHURCH RECEPTION—More than 500 persons attended tie reception for Doctor and Mrs. Lloyd A. Gustafson at the First Methodist church Wednesday night to welcome them back from their honeymoon trip to Europe. The pastor and his wife are shown here in the reception line which preceded the program. Colored movies, taken on their trip, were shown and Doctor Gustafson narrated the points of interest. landy Store to Be'Opened on Federal R. P. Carmean, Albert Lea, Minn., plans to open a candy store, Gretchen's Sweets, at 10 S. Federal, next to Alden's store, Oct. 20. He is operating a similar store at Albert Lea at the present time, having opened this store about 2 years ago. It will be a candy store throughout, featuring high quality bulk candies. Some candy will be made in the store and some in, the factory at Albert Lea. Carmel corn, buttered popcorn and caramel apples also will be manufactured at the local store. The entire store interior is being remodeled for this opening. The front of the building will be remodeled at a later date after the store is in operation. For the present, Mr. Carmean will manage the local store and train the local personnel for the store. He expects to employ about 8 persons here. Kanawha—Mrs. Olaf Thompson is confined to her home with an attack of virus pneumonia. Luck With Catfish Upton, Mass., (U.P.)^In a single ivening, 76-year-old Mrs. Mabel Alexander caught 5 hornpout ranging from 10 to 14 inches long and weigling a total of 9 pounds. Serene Simplicity No one who has seen the beauty of a fine MONTELLO monument, the most enduring granite in the world, set and landscaped in its peaceful cemetery setting, will question its eloquent tribute to the memo-y of loved ones. We are exclusive dealers for MONTELLO Beautiful Monuments. See our large display. Mason City Monumental Works, Inc. 150 10th St. S. W. GEORGE MILLER HOME OWNED Phone 3f>2 CONVENIENT WAYS AT EATONS TO USE IT...WEAR IT...WHILE YOU PAY FOR IT! ALL THE WOMEN IN TOWN ARE \ ENTHUSIASTIC ABOUT OUR 3-WAY PL/N! i It's your answer to have what you need when you need it. Besides it is easy on your purse, and it is easy to use. There is no down payment, no contract, no carrying charge. Come in tomorrow, select your garment, just ;ay to the salesperson: "3-Pay Plan, Please." It's as easy as that! ACROSS FROM THE P A (t K

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