Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on October 13, 1949 · Page 54
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 54

Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, October 13, 1949
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'Lithuanian DP Attends Luther -7 Decorah—Newest addition to the Luther college student body is leva Asmyte, 26 year old Lithuanian girl. Misg Asmyte was graduated from high School in 1941 and clerked in a municipal office, later attending the University of Lithuania. With the coming ot the Russians in 1944, she lied west with , many of her countrymen who feared the Russians even more than the Germans. » *~ Prior to coming to the United States through the re-settlement division of the National Lutheran Council, Miss Asmyte attended the University of Erlanger in Germany. Her plans for the future are undecided. In Germany she was studying English, German, and history in preparation for a high school teaching career. At Luther she plans to continue her English major. v tVill Organize P. T. A. ' Crystal Lake — At a reception held for the Crystal Lake consolidated school faculty the group decided to organize a P. T. A Mrs. A. A. Matson was electee temporary ,chairman and Mrs Harlan Sorenson temporary sec- v 'retary. The organization meeting will be held in the schoo building Oct. 18. St. Joseph ASPIRIN WORLDS LARGEST SELLER AT I0< Former Students Surprise Teacher Hampton—Mr. and Mrs. Everett Tleming o f Hampton were pleasantly surprised recently when L4 of Mrs. Flemings's former Osage normal training students and their families came with well lilled baskets, for a dinner and fellowship get-to-gether. The table centerpiece was a large 3-tier cake decorated in the Osage high school colors of green and white. There was a "little red school house" on the top and addition and subtraction problems around the tiers. The lettering on the cake was: Hamlin Garland F. T. A. This was very appropriate for these former students were all members of the Hamlin Garland Future. Teachers of America club which was organized under the direction of Mrs. Fleming when she taught in the Osage high school during 1937-1943. The group voted to form a permanent alumni organization, of which Miss Arlene Christianson, of Clear Lake, was elected president and Mrs. Lloyd Olson of Osage, secretary and treasurer. The meeting next year will be held at Brownville state park Sept. 17. New Neckline Sell White Clover Northwood — The Northwood Amvet auxiliary will hold a white clover sale Saturday. The Amvet flowers will be on sale all day. Proceeds of the sale are to be used for the organization's program for aid to disabled and hospitalized veterans of World war II. HERE and THERE Garner — At least 4 Garner school board members and Supt. S. A. Ballantyne expect to attend a state convention of school boards Oct. 13 in Des Moines. Aclcley—Mrs. Laura Scallon has left for Stockton Cal., where she will assist her daughter, Mrs. Richard Balch, and family in preparation for a trip to the Philippine Islands where they will make their home with Mr. Balch, who is stationed there. Fenton—Bertel Berkland recently spent several days in Duluth, Minn., with 2 of his brothers and their families. Bode—Mrs. Tom Olson, who is a surgical patient at Lutheran hospital, Fort Dodge, is expected home the first of the week. She is recovering nicely. Greene—Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Schuknecht and Mr. and Mrs Galen Schuknecht and daughters of Greene returned home after a 2 weeks' visit at Alexandria, Va. and Washington, D. C. Brilt—G. W. Judd, who has been associated with M. F. Bilbrey in the Judd Appliance store, has sole his half interest to Mr. Bilbrey who took possession as sole owner Lake Mills—Mr. and Mrs. Sigfred Raadt of Northfield, Minn. were recent guests at the home of VIr. and Mrs. Rudolph Groe. Mrs. Groe is a sister of Mr. Raadt. Calmar — Phil Giesen returned lome Sunday from a week's fish- ng trip to White Indian rescrva- ion in Minnesota. Manly—Tke Lions club met Wednesday evening at the Sunset 'nn for a steak dinner which preceded their business meeting presided over by the president, Leonard Simmer. Kanawha—Mr. and Mrs. Floyd foster spent some time in the lome of the former's late sister, Mrs. Guy Eggers, at Peoria, 111. Ralph Foster also attended funeral services for Mrs. Eggers, Burchlnal—Dpnavan Bates, who cracked 2 ribs in a fall last week, is reported getting along nicely. Kanawha—Mr. and Mrs, L. V. Deibler and Mary and Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Rerner of Garner visited in the William Scott home in Austin, Minn. Goodell—Mrs. Pete Steenblock Sr., and son, Harvey, are enjoying a few days visiting relatives in Freeport, DeKalb and Rockford 111., and went to Rydott, 111., to visit the former's childhood home Northwood—Mr. and Mrs. C. F Ashman drove to Dubuque for a meeting of the Dubuque youth council which is sponsored jointly by the Lions club and othe Dubuque service clubs. Mr. Ashman, who is district governor of lions clubs, spoke on child wel- are activities sponsored by Lions lubs. Plymouth—Mr. and Mrs. S. L. eeley returned Wednesday from a trip to South Dakota where they /isited their youngest son, Donald, nd family and other relatives. Meitonville—Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Levorson were recent visitors at he home of Mr. and Mrs. Gus ..unde near Nora Springs. Dumont — Recent luncheon juests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Vogel were Mr. and Mrs. Edward Vogel of Salem, Mo., and Dr. and Mrs. C. E. Stokes of Lime Springs and Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Austin. Grafton—Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ditweiler of Mason City were accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Walk of Grafton and Alvin Beltz of St. Ansgar, to Ely, Minn., for a 2 weeks' fishing trip, Lake Mills — Attorney A. K. Grinley and family of St. Paul and Oct. It, 1M9 MM«B City GUb«-GM*U*, M»(«* City. U. Alonzo J. Moe, who works for the state civil service commission, \vere guests at the Isaac Moe home, Latimer—Ernest A. Meyer and Dick Muller were business callers at Mankato, Minn., recently. ITCH Don't Soitef Anothc* Mhntc Ho matter how long you have suffered or bow many remedies you have tried for the itching of psoriasis, eczema, injections, athlete's loot or other externally caused skin irritations—you can get wonderful results (ran tb* use of WONDER SALVE—* wmr time discovery. Developed for the bays IB the array— BOW (or the home folks. No acids, no alcohol, no painful application. WONDER SALVE Is white, greaseless, pain relieving and antiseptic. No ugly appearance. Get WONDER SALVE—get results. It Is wonderful. Sold In Maion City by Ford Hopkln« Engler, OSCO Drnf Stores or your horac< town drafcEst. United Financial Service Family Finance Counsellors GEORGE F. OLSON. Mgr. 15} North Federal (Over F»rd HopklM Drug) Phon« 57 l» liff(•«...»» CMS... Oi Tip... tit QiMi/rr it fit s»t (OONTRY(LUB SI2K 12 . 44, The new low curved neckline and rounded collar, the gentle flare of a 4-gore skirt—all make this the perfect frock for Fall's gay festivities! Choice of smart sleeve length included in pattern. No. 2985 is cut in sizes 12, 14, 16, 18, 20, 36, 38, 40, 42 and 44. Size 18, 4 3/8 yds. 39-in. Send 25c for Pattern with Name, Address and Style Number. State size desired. Address Pattern Department, Globe-Gazette, 121 W. 19th St., New York 11, N. Y. Every home sewer needs the Fall Winter Fashion Book—a delightful, inspiring presentation of the best in fashion. Over 150 smart, practical easy-to-sew pattern designs for all ages. Price just 20 cents. Send now for your copy. PILSENER BEER •.icom unmeet^ 000) Results of TB Test Revealed in Howard Cresco — Mrs. George Kinnamon, secretary of the Howard County Tuberculosis association, reports 45 persons were given examinations in the contact program in Howard county during August by Miss Mattie Peterson, staff nurse of the state tuberculosis association. According to Miss Peterson's report, 27 Mantoux tests were given, with 9 positive findings. Two cases of minimal tuberculosis were discovered in 27 persons examined arid x-rayed for the first time. Of those persons re-examined, 2 were found to have moderately advanced tubercular cases. Four were found to have non-tubercular ailments such as heart disease, tumors rand bronchiectasis. ; The .contact program which ended Sept. 1, covered 43 homes in Howard county. Top value when you buy! Top value when you sell! That's the New Hudson! ^thrilling Newi Hudson is riding J. a rising tide of popularity with, new- car buyers—where latest reports show sales foe 1949 more tlian 30 per cent ahead of the same period last year— arid with used-car buyers, as official resale prices, prove! In fact, the "step-down" designed New Hudson has won such sensational public acceptance for its years-ahead styling and its great stamina and durability that, as a used car, it is now a leader in restate value! Here to the right are figures that speak volumes—the latest resale price figures taken from the National Automobile Dealers Association Official Used Car Guide for this region. These resale prices are reported by dealers themselves—dealers for all makes of cars. Enjoy a thrilling Revelation • Ride in the brilliant New Hudson—only car with the "step-down" design. See for yourself why, with new-car and used- car buyers alike,' Hudson is the new measure of motor-car value! Hudson Region C N.A.D.A. Official Us*d Car GuUU Av« i !•*•« Fife** Buick40 ". $1,695 BuickSO 1,995 BuickVO 1,995 Chrysler Royal 1,795 Chrysler Windsor i 1,845 Chrysler Saratoga 1,990 Chrysler New Yorker 2,045 DeSoto DeLuxe 1,645 DeSoto Custom 1,695 Dodge DeLuxe 1,595 Dodge Custom 1,645 Hudson Super-Six 1,995 Hudson Super-Eight 2,04O Hudson Commodore Six 2,O95 Hudson Commodore Eight .... 2,145 Mercury 1,520 Nash Ambassador Super 1,745 Nash Ambassador Custom .... 1,785 Oldamobiie 78 1,945 Oldamobile 78 DeLuxe 1,995 Oldsmobile 98 .- . 2,095 Oldsmobile 98 DeLuxe 2,145 Packard Eight 2,045 Packard Eight DeLuxe 2,145 Pontiac 8 Torpedo 1,785 Pontiac 8 Torpedo DeLuxe . . . 1,835 Pontiac 8 Streamliner * 1,825 Pontiac 8 Streamliner DeLuxe . . 1,875 Studebakcr Com. DeLuxe .... 1,895 Studebaker Com. Regal DeLuxe . 1,945 Studebaker Land Crui«er 2,025 •Inattt i priett givtn far 1948 four-Jour ttdan*. — HERE'S WHERE TO COME FOR YOUR REVELATION RDE Lapiner Motor Co., Inc 125 So. Delowor* Phon« 1182 when the cold winds blow protect the young set with warm-for-winter Coats and Coat Sets t. l»ap button hele* 2. button* back with «Uy button. 3. all arvnnd belt ».* •». in play and dress-up styles Here are warm wearables to put winter in its proper place ... to keep the youngsters toasty warm through hours of snow play. We've a warm collection fashion-detailed for the miss . . . sturdy and handsome for the fellow . . \ in styles for the toddler to teen. 4. water moleskin 5. electrified shearling- llnthc 6. knitted cotton wristlets 7. blanket ileeve linlnj 8. Z mutt p««k«t»—S flap pockets 9. leather cuff and packet trim 10. ilnile needle armhole eonstrnetlon for perfect fit 11. leather armpit shield ,12. waterpraof raenton lamb cellar 13. chain hanfer sheeplined moleskin coat 13.98 Boys can dress for winter weather in our biscuit-warm 'sheeplined moleskin coats. Check the 13 important-reasons for this added .warmth and wear! Brown only. Sizes 6 to 20. Depi. — Flrrt Flow S«nUi : I? K A. The Sinfle Breasted Coat . . . tailored with an air of distinction . . . raglan sleeves, important pocket detailing. Eight and warm for school, dress and play. 100% wool fleece. Red and spice. Sizes 7 to 14. 22.95 B. The Weather Winky Snowsuit with the exclusive Automatic Dress* feature that means a young lad can don it himself even with his rubbers on! Finest Zelan poplin, alpaca lined and trimmed. Putty or brown. 3 to 6x. 19.95 C. Zipper Front Jacket for boys and girls ... a gay combination of solid colors and bright plaid. Warm with close fitting neckline, knitted wristlets and waistline, sl^sh pockets. Plaid front. Brown, green and navy. 4, 5, 6 and 8. 5.95 D. Warm Gray Flannel Coat with match ski slacks ... set complete with gay plaid scarf and matching button trim. Sizes 3 to 6x. 16.95 —Specially Priced Toddler's Coats . . . E. Pastel Coat Set ... flaring coat with delicate embroidery trim, angora trimmed collar, suspender leggings with zipper closing. Pert matching bonnet. Pink and blue. 1 to 3. $10 F. Velvet Touched Coat Set for the toddler. Velvet collar and buttons spice the coat, embroidery trim points up the the yoke. Suspender leggings and zipper closing. Matching bonnet with velvet brim facing. Maize, aqua and coral. 2 to 4. G. Grey Flannel Coat with matching slacks . . . bright with plaid lined hood, collar and trim. Sizes 7 to 12. 19.95 —Children's Shop • First Floor Use your CHARG-A-PLATE for convenient, quick •hopplnc.

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