Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on October 13, 1949 · Page 28
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HERE and THERE Mtson City Globe-G»i«tt*. M»ion City, U. Oct. 13, 1949 a vr- F1 °rence Gardner and Mrs. Maude Farrow of Seneca vuff re ** U u rn ?S from several days' visit wth the Frank Loofts of East Chain, Minn. -. Swaledale— Mr. and Mrs. Ivan fv! 1 £ and fami ly visited his father Fred Enabnit, a former resident of this vicinity who is ill in a Charles City hospital. Northwood — Mr. and Mrs. George Thompson and baby have rented an apartment in Ben Troe's home. Calmar — Steven Brom, 3, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Brom, was released from the Decorah hospital bunday following treatment for bronchial infection. Northwood — Relatives from Joice, Northwood and Glenviile, Minn., gathered at the home of Mrs. Gertrude Everson on the occasion of her 90th birthday. Thompson— Mr. and Mrs. Mar- 1m Fisher are parents of a son born Friday at the Forest City Municipal hospital. Thompson— Elmer Holtan, Nina Sandell and Majella Schnebly attended a district meeting at Clarion for AAA employes. Kanawha— Mrs. E. N. Erickson, 92, a patient in the Belmond hospital, is in very poor condition. She recently fell and broke a hip. Thornton— Herd Ward of Martha's Vineyard, Mass., is visiting at the home of his son and family, Dr. and Mrs. Frank Ward. Joice — Mrs. Telmer Huso, the former Hazel Bang, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Bang, was the guest of honor at a post-nuptial courtesy held at the school auditorium Saturday. Thornton — Mr. and Mrs. Mel- yln Hughes and son of Tranquility, Cal., left for their home after visiting several weeks with Mrs. Caroline Floy and family. Lake Mills — Edna Rolands left for Wendover, Ky., where she will take a 6 months' nursing course in midwifery at the Frontier nursing school. Calmar — Mrs. A. K. Faldet returned home from the Decorah hospital where she had been receiving treatment for a heart ailment. Lake Mills — Mrs. S. Melvin Johnson left for Nome, Alaska, where she will join her husband who is employed by the government, and her son who has been there since his graduation in June. She plans a stay of at least 3 months. Thornton — Mr. and Mrs. Harry Engebretson returned home from Paw Paw, 111., where they visited the latter's sister, Mrs. Jack Hanners, and family. Swea City — Esther Charlotte Smith spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter G. Smith, returning to her school duties at Charles City Sunday. Calmar — Miss Phylis Noehl and friend Lefty Steiner of Prairie du Chien, Wis., visited at the, home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Noehl and family. Thornton — Mrs. Sam Schmalle, Mrs. Harry Engebretson, Mrs. Morton Schumacher, Mrs. Tom Petersen, Mrs. Dale Mahl and Mrs. Elmer Christensen and Don visited at the home of Mrs. Mary Ann Simmons at Arnolds Park. Rake — Mrs. Joe Larson is a patient at the Naeve hospital in Albert Lea, Minn., where she is receiving treatment. Goodell — Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Conklin received word of the birth : of a grandson, Jerald Lynn, Sept. 26, to Mr. and Mrs. Richard Baxter at San Diego, Cal. The mother is the former Zelda Conklin. Thornton — Mrs. George Dyhdal of Lincoln, Nebr., visited at the home of her sister, Mrs. Tom Petersen. Thornton — Mr. and Mrs. Nels Ytzen of Ladysmith, Wis., spent a few days with the former's mother, Mrs. Lena Ytzen. Stilson — Mr. and Mrs. Ray Doughan had in their home for a visit Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Coates and Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Stille of Mason City. Hampton — Mrs. A. L. Wood left Friday for a visit at the home of her sons, George at Denver, Colo., and Lawrence at Boise, Idaho. Noia Springs — Mrs. Bertha Lorentzen and Lloyd Lorentzen, accompanied by Mrs. W. H. Dickerson of Clear Lake, left Sunday for Waseca, Minn., where they spent 2 days visiting in the home of Mrs. Dickerson's son, Glen Dickerson. Rake — Miss Betty Havnen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Havnen of Rake will be copy edi r tor for the 1950 Pioneer, the Luther college annual, it was announced this week. Goodell— Mr. and Mrs. Leland Jenison and Bill of Ames were recent guests in the grandparental O. Sandberg home. Alta VisU — Mr. and Mrs. Ben Kramer, Norbert and Shirley, Msss Lorraine Haskovec, Mrs. Jack Fitzgerald and Bobby, Mr. and Mrs Peter Hentges of this place, Mrs. Mike Pickar of North Washington visited Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hentges at Mason City and also motored to Clear Lake. fc Goodell— Mrs. Heiko Brass returned home from the Mercy hospital at Mason City where she submitted to an operation 10 days ago. _ _ __ CHECK THESE MONEY SAVING VALUES! SHOP EVERY DEPARTMENT! DURING DAMON'S This pup has been missing since last Thursday — If anyone has him or has seen him, please call 3103-R There is a liberal reward for his return. 9 BIG DAYS OCT. 13th TO OCT. 22nd COTTON PLAID SHEET BLANKETS Regular 2.25 Value ... a fine cotton sheet blanket at a special low price. . . . Size 70x80. . . . Save while on sale now . , . 2.25 VALUE 1.39 WHITE COTTON SHEET BLANKETS Regular 3.39 value . . . You can always use these fine white cotton sheet blankets in your home. Shop now and' save . . . 3.39 VALUE 1.99 50% WOOL SINGLE BLANKETS 72x90 size . . . Regular 8.95 value . . . 50% wool. ... A value you don't dare miss. . . . Buy several at this low price . . . 8.95 VALUE 5.84 Vanity Cabinets Always a handy item to have in the home. You will love to have one of these. Store those necessary items you have lying around. ... A real buy at this price . . . 3.98 VALUE 2.74 CHINA TABLE LAMPS Regular 3.95 Value. . . . Replace your old one with an attractive new China Table Lamp while you can save . . . 2.88 SALE! New WOOLENS THAT YOU WILL BE EXCITED ABOUT Beautiful novelty plaids, small checks and plain flannels. . . . Just the right price for good looking wearable practical clothes for school, office and sports. ... At this new low price you will want to take advantage of it. ... See this lovely material today! 100% WOOL, 54 INCHES WIDE 2.98 BATH TOWELS Fancy stripes in size 20x40. . . . This is a fine quality bath towel, and you will more than appreciate its fine quality ... REGULAR 79c VALUE 49 BOXED TOWEL SETS Attractively boxed Cannon sets ... 2 large Bath Towels and 2 Wash Cloths. . . . Buy them for holiday gifts. . . . You save $1.06. , ; . Be sure to check this item! WOOL RUGS 27x54 size. . . . Regular 10.95 Value. . . . Now on sale at this special low price , , . 5-88 FLOOR LAMPS Regular 12.95 Value. . . . You have always wanted a new one, here is the value you have been looking for. 9.88 13.95 VALUE 36x28 MIRRORS A new shipment just received for this anniversary sale. . . . Size 36x28. . . . Check its former value . . . and save . . . 10.94 4.50 VALUE 3.44 CRUMP HASSOCKS Regular 4.95 Value ... in many styles to select from. . . . Hassocks are a very important item in every home. Come in now and pick yours. 3.44 JEWEL BOXES Leather assortment of colors and styles. . . . Slightly irregular. . . . Values 3.95 and 4.95. . . . A real buy at this price . . . 2.94 1.00 VALUE STATIONERY In white and pastels. You will find a grand selection to choose from. boxes $ LADIES HANDBAGS All styles, top handles, underarm, boxy bags, pouch bags, tailored. ... In navy, green, grey and tan. . . . Regularly 2.95 values. ... You will find a marvelous assortment to select from. REGULAR 2.95 VALUE 1.94 FANCY PLAID FLANNELS Heavy plaid flannel. Ideal for boys' and men's shirts and robes, etc. ... A special on our Anniversary Sale. You will find plenty of yardage on this special saving. REGULAR 69c VALUE 49 YARD • DOMESTICS — THIRD FLOOR Lifetime Pinking Shears Unconditionally guaranteed for one year. . . . Forever stainless surface, precision construction. . . . Here is the buy you have been [poking for in good quality pinking shears. . . . Buy them for yourself or for those on your gift list, they make real gifts, 5.98 NOTIONS — STREET FLOOR GOLD PLATED PENCIL ON CHAIN with pen. ... A very handy gadget to have on hand, especially nice for office work, etc. . , l.OO PEN AND PENCIL SET In case, just right to carry in your handbag. l.OO MEN'S DRESS GLOVES Fine quality leather gloves. Also wool arid fur lined ... in sfzes 8'/2 to 101/2 . . . Pigskins, Deerskins, Capes and Mocho. Brown, Tan, Black, and Grey. This really and truly is a great value. Better look them over. 3.29 VALUES TO 5.95 THE STORE YOUR CONFIDENCE HAS BUILT VALUES THAT WILL SAVE YOU MONEY — SHOP NOW FOR YOURS! 9 BIG SHOPPING DAYS NECKWEAR In fall's newest shades . . . small patterns. ... At this special low price you will want five or six of these smart patterns . . . REGULAR 1.00 VALUE! BABY CRIB BLANKETS Fine quality Esmond Crib Blankets. . . . Sizes 36x50. ... In the Bunny patterns. Colors. Pink and Blue . .. 1.57 REGULAR 1.98 VALUE INFANTS' WEAR . . . THIRD FLOOR SALE OF Nylon HOSE SLIGHTLY IRREGULAR 51 Gauge, 30 Denier . . . Slightly Irregular . . . These are ideal for your work, so come in and save now while on sale . . . 1.35 VALUE 87 54 Gauge, 15 Denier . . . Slightly Irregular . . . Another good buy in Nylons so take advantage of this low price. 1.75 VALUE 97 PURE SILK SERVICE WEIGHT in all the wanted shades. . *. Slightly irregular ... at a low price. 1.35 VALUE S7

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