Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on October 13, 1949 · Page 52
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..Dinner Events Announcedby .V.F.W. Post Two free dinner events were announced at the meeting of San Juan Marne post of the V. F. W. Tuesday night. One will be a stag dinner and floor show at the next regular meeting, Tuesday, Oct. 25. and the other will be an Armistice day dinner-dance for members and their wives, or girl friends and members of- the auxiliary- It was announced that John F. Stone, service officer, would soon iave Minnesota slate veterans bonus applications available. The poppy sale conducted recently was the best ever, according to the report given. An announcement was made that 1950 dues are now payable. Six new members were elected and, along with a number of others, will take the obligation at the Oct. 25 meeting. They are Thomas F. Cavanaugh, Jacob Bas- gall, Barrel L. Judd, Donald .7.' Vlonahan, Norman A. Sampson and Lawrence H. Shepoiser. Russe!! Dennis Bohl Rites Held; Burial at Memorial Park Prayer services were held for Russel Dennis Bohl, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert D. Bohl, 923 Polk N. W., at the chapel of the McAiiley and. Sou funeral home at 2 p. m. Tuesday, with Doctor Earl Seeliger of Jehovah's Witness, Minneapolis, officiating;. Mrs. R. E. Patton played obse- quial music on the organ. Mrs. Simon Weydert was in charge of flowers. Attending the services from out of the city were Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Laverne Miller, prville Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Orville Heimendinger and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Huntington, all of Clear Lake. Burial was at Memorial Park cemetery. The McAuley and Son funeral home in charge. Keep Your Home Bright the cosy way use SINONIZ We Have a Complete Line 59c Quarts 98c Simonix Self-Polishing Floor Wax, Pint 20 E. State Phone 17 3 Local Students Members of I. S. C. Marching Band Three Mason City students at Iowa State college, Ames, have been named members of the 100- piece marching band of the school this year. They are Richard Dean, alto saxaphone, and Gerald Dean, clarinet, both sons of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Dean, and Joel Hanes, Jr., bass clarinet, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joel E. Hanes. Attired in new uniforms, the band will make its first home appearance Saturday at the homecoming football game with Kansas State at Clyde "Williams field. Frank Piersol is director of the marching band. Fall* In Granary Hutchlns—Carl Watson suffered minor bruises when a plank broke in his granary and he fell 12 feet. His fall was broken when he landed in the bin which contained oats and corn. He is under a doctor's care. Calmar—Mrs. Donald Severson is spending the week visiting her mother at Charles City and her sister in Waterloo. Oct. 12, 194» 13 M»»n City Gl«be-Gmi*lU. MIMB City, to. 3-Yeor-Old Injured When Struck by Auto Carol Zuke, 3J, daughter of Mrs. Augusta Zuke, 326 3rd S. W., was treated for abrasions at Park hospital and released Tuesday afternoon after she was struck by an auto. A witness told police that the little girl ran into the street in the middle of the block on 1st S. W., near Monroe where she was hit by an auto driven by Donald Kepley, 13-U N. Federal. P. O. BRUNSVOLD —Chairman FRED CAHALAN —Co-Chairman CLIFF HAMBLIN —Co-Chairman THE? HEAD PUBLIC EMPLOYES DIVISION—The 3 pictured above head division VI, made up of public employes, in the Community Chest campaign, now being organized in preparation for the general solicitation to start Oct. 24. The $84,929- sought in this *campaign will go to 8* Don Van Every ts Elected President V of Junior Hi-Y The junior Hi-Y group elected Don Van Every president at the election of officers meeting held at the Y. M. C. A. Tuesday night. Other officers elected were Jerry Price, vice president; Jack Motter, secretary, and Paul Rogness, chaplain. Bill Bowers was named club leader. Boys from Roosevelt and Monroe junior high school totaling 72 have applied for membership this year. Some of these are holdovers from last year but many are new members, according to Gordon Blanchard, boys' work director. The new members will be inducted Tuesday at 7 p. m. in the Hi-Y room of the Y. M. C. A. The induction ceremony will be preceded by a "good old-fashioned" bean feed. at 30 E. State Look at All 3 TOPCOAT VALUES Admiring glances — respectful attention ... an inner air of confidence ... a rare feeling of ease and elegance . . . months of wear. These many extras make either of these three topcoats the least costly you can buy. The Valu-Paka $37.50 Handsomely styled, expertly tailored, long wear, warmth and comfort at a price that makes these covert and gabardine topcoats a real value. ,, The Crestknit $42.50 Perfect year 'round coat handsomely tailored. It works full time for you . . . light for cool wear yet warm when it's cold . . . wrinkle resistant! 100% wool knitted fabric. The Hart Schaffner & Marx $60 The good appearance you pride yourself on, during business hours, is carried over with easy grace to vour leisure time by the H. S. & M. Topcoat. >* UM Our Lay-Away or Budget Flan 30 E. State go agencies. Team members are: Team 51, federal employes — Captain, L. P. Sanborn; lieutenants, W. E. Sheka, J. W. Gi : ieb- ling and Harold McKenzy; team 52, state employes—Captain, Arlie Christiansen, lieutenants, Clay Cowan, Lowell Hahn and Elias Kelroy; team 53, county employes —Captain, E. O. Babcock, lieutenant, Lyle Pickford; team 54, city employes—Captain, F. C. DeSart, lieutenants, Lillian Rice, Willis Fitzgerald, Charles Tuning, Carl Borland, Earl Shearer, Pat McGrath and H. Wolfe. Team 55, schools—Captain, Helen P. Fullerton, lieutenants, school principals: Marvin Wolter, Miss Alma Partridge, G. E. McEldoon, Francis M. Maxwell, Vernon L. Kirlin, Mrs. Blanche D. Skovlin, Miss Hazel E. Coon, Miss Eva B. Scott, Miss Lena P. Nicholas, Miss Elvira Peterson, Miss Carrie M. Pfahler, Donald C. Henn, A. G. Krager and P. O. Brunsvold; team 56, civic organizations—Captain, John Calhoun, lieutenants, Mrs. Carl Fick, Peter DeJong and Major Edgar Tieman. Move to Mankato Scarville —ML-, and Mrs. Arlow Hanson moved their trailer home to Mankato, Minn., where the former will take up electrical engineering. DOUBLI-DUTY NOSE Works Where Most Colds Start Don't delay 1 At the first warning sniffle or sneeze, put a few drops of Vlcks Va-tro-nol in each nos- trtl.For if used In tune,Va-tro-nol helps prevent many colds Irom developing. Relieves head cold distress Jast. Try it! Follow directions in package. V1CUVATRONOL FREEMAN TM« rOOTWEAR Or *UCC I « r UL W (• Strap-and-Buckle .. * a lively version by Freeman . . . with popular moccasin toe. To appreciate the richness of the Antique Calfskin . . . and the easy-walkin' brown rubber soles ... try on a pair! Brown. 95 at 30 E. State Milwaukee Road Reduces Train Service To conserve coal because of the controversy in the mining industry the Milwaukee road has announced it will temporarily reduce its passenger train service Chicago and Milwaukee; Milwaukee and Madison (Wis.); Sioux City (Iowa and Aberdeen, S. Dak); Yankton and Platte (S. Dak,); and between Channing and Ontonagon (Mich.) beginning Thursday. This change in schedule does not affect the trains on the road running through Mason City, Supt. R. C. Dodds said Wednesday. Train No. 29 > which has been leaving Chicago daily at 9:20 a. m., due in Milwaukee at 10:40 a. m.; and train No. 12 from Milwaukee at 9:15 a. m., due in Chicago at 10:35 a. m., will operate only on Sunday. The daily except Sunday 2:18 p. m. train from Milwaukee to Madison, which has been connecting in Milwaukee with the 1 p. m. Hiawatha from Chicago, will be discontinued. From Madison the daily except Sunday 10:10 a. m. train, due in Milwaukee at 11:50 a. m. will be discontinued. Train No. 115 from Sioux City, routed via Yankton and Mitchell, S. Dak., due in Aberdeen at 1:50 p. m., will be annulled as will train No. 116 from Aberdeen at 4:20 p. m., due Sioux City at 11:25 p. m. Trains Nos. 503 and 508 bet w e e n Yankton, S. Dak., and Platte, S. Dak., daily except Sunday will operate only on Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Train No. 21, which has been leaving Channing, Mich., daily at 8:02 p. m. following arrival o£ the "Chippewa from Chicago and Milwaukee, will operate only on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, due Ontonagon, Mich., at 10:50 p. m. Train No. 14, from Ontonagon at 11:10 a. m. will operate only on Sunday, Wednesday and Friday, due Channing at 1:50 p. m. to connect with the Chippewa for Milwaukee and Chicago. Look at All 3 Suits For Style and Wear When you buy a suit you want more than just a suit, you want today's style . . . you want comfort . . . you want wear . . . you want approving nods from your friends and above ail you want personal satisfaction with your own appearance. In the long run it costs no more to have what you want and either of these three groups give you just that. The Wickdale $45 The quality combined with its long wear and downright good looks makes this suit one of the most popular among the men who want the best for less. The Phoenix $52.50 Styled and tailored by men who know what men want. The Phoenix with its har.d needled edges and top quality fabric is a hit for social or business wear. The Hart Schaffner & Marx $69.50 The quality, style and wear are denoted by the name these suits bear. They're here now in smartly tailored clear cut Worsteds, Nailheads and Sharkskins. WHERE GOOD CLOTHING IS NOT EXPENSIVE TO FLEET SONAR SCHOOL— Lt. (j. g.) Henry A. Steddom, Jr., TJSNR-V, has been accepted for a Z weeks volunteer course in Fleet Sonar school at San Dicgro. Steddom is training officer for the electronics warfare company 9-163 in Mason City. During the war he was with the amphibious forces for 34 months where he had duty on LSTs. lie has had 7\ years active and volunteer duty. You'll Find Your Size and Choice of Color in Any of These • Use Our Lay-Away Plan 30 E. State WHERE GOOD CLOTHING IS NOT EXPENSIVI

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