Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on October 13, 1949 · Page 56
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 56

Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, October 13, 1949
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-Improvements Made at Bristol Ctfurch Jolce—Approximately 300 persons attended a chicken supper *nd bazar sponsored by the Bristol Lutheran Ladies Aid at the church parlors. Total proceeds were more than $450. Carl Sheimo of Northwood served as auctioneer. During the past year, many improvements have been made at the Bristol church. The interior has been completely refinished and the woodwork redecorated. The exterior is being redecorated at the present time and a new oil burning^ furnace has arrived and will _be installed as soon as possible. A new $600 carpet was purchased for the church chancel, and the new altar ware was just recently dedicated. It included a set of candelabra from the Ladies Aid and a cross from the H. E. Tenold family. Three hundred dollars in new equipment added to the kitchen included .a new bottle gas stove .and gas plates, linoleum flooring, dishes and cooking utensils. The Ladies Aid has been instrumental in raising funds for these various improvements. The Rev. Christian Notsund is serving the congregation; as pastor. Eyes Sore? Tired? Here's prompt relief! Bathe eyes with Lavoptlk. Burning, intlammu'Ion. sore^ness. tired feeling, itching. from local irritations all relieved. Cools, soothes, refreshes or money refunded. 30 years •uccess. Praised by thousands. Get Lav- optlk today. (Eye-cup Included). At all druggists. INewlyweds Guests at 'North Iowa Wedding Nora Springs—Mr. and Mrs. eorge Lavery of Chicago attended the Crabb-Petersen wedding Sunday afternoon. Mr. Lavery returned to Chicago Tuesday, liis wife remaining here to spend Begin Fund Drive Swca City—In a campaign to raise funds for r.ew band uniforms, members of the high school band are selling magazine subscriptions. Fifty per cent of the proceeds from the sale of Curtis publications will be available for the purchase of uniforms. Swaledale—Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Eddy attended the wedding of a friend in Austin, Minn., Sunday. Can Fit any man! Osage Man Succumbs at Ft. Dodge Hospital Osage — Charles Gaffney, 57, died at 6 a. m. Wednesday at a hospital in Fort Dodge following a heart attack. He was taken to the hospital Wednesday and had suffered no previous illness. Funeral services were pending. Survivors are the widow, a son, Willson of Forest City, 3 brothers, Fred of Des Moines, Earl of Charles City and Frank of Rockford, 111., and 2 sisters, Mrs. John Goodbrand and Mrs. Sam Smith, Osage. Mr. Gnffney had been employed on a cream route by the Osage creamery and by the Gardner nursery. Globe-Gazelle Photo J NEWCOMERS WELCOMED — The Chamber of Commerce Greeters club Monday noon welcomed a group of newcomers to the business and professional life of the community at a luncheon at the Hotel Hanford. The newcomers, pictured above, are from the ' [eft: Front row—Jack Lavson, proprietor of the Sign Art studio; Kenneth Casper, proprietor of th,e Farm Equipment and Supply company; Robert J. May, manager, collection department of the credit bureau, and Tom Rich, field man for the Farm Bureau. Back row—William J. Bussman, sales representative, Texaco Oil company; E. A. Mitchell, assistant manager, J. C. Penney company store; R. S. Matheny, manager of the Household Finance company office; R. W. Selby, manager, motor truck sales, International Harvester company; C. R. Sharp, proprietor, Sharp Shooters Supply company, and James Morrow, assistant manager, Sears Roebuck and company store. George H. Harrer presided at the meeting. Cousins Visit Swea City—Postmaster Ida E. Larson was happily surprised by the arrival of cousins whom she had not seen for 37 years. The cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Worth Stickney, Port Edward, N. Y., and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Johnson, Pecatonica, 111., spent 3 days here and at Fairmont, Minn., where they visited another cousin, Sam Anderson. the rest of this week with her mother, Mrs. Marie Petersen. The Laverys were quietly married at Cicero, 111., on Tuesday, Sept. 27. Mrs. Lavery was the former Joan Petersen of Nora Springs. The bride is an x-ray technician at Evangelical hospital in Chicago. Mr. Lavery is associated Oe.t 12, 1949 Maion City Gl.b«-Ga>«tlc, 9 M»I*I City, U. with his brother in the automobile business in that city. Goodell — Walter Mason is spending a few days in Des Moines in the home of his daugh- 'ter, Mrs. Max Barnes. the pride of the campus ... the original SNOW FO Storm Coat by Excel ISt Yes, whatever your size ... we can fit you perfectly because we have an outstanding selection of fine suits and Calmar High School to Hold Homecoming Calmar—Homecoming celebration for the Calmar high school will get underway on Thursday evening with the traditional sn&ke dance, bonfire and pep fest. The parade Friday at 2 p. m. will be led by the Calmar high school band with Norma Rothmeyer as the new drum major, followed by 3 twirlers, Deane Iverson, Janet Martin ^nd Madonna Nulty, under the direction of Miss Dorisgene Doerr. Featured in the parade will be the homecoming queen and her attendants. Contending for the Plfur Cub Acronco Monocoup* topcoats hard-to-fit Big or small... tall or short . . . thin or stout... we have tHe size honor of queen are Gladys Huinker, Elsie Kiel, Marian Klimesh and Agnes Schneberger. Also featured in the parade will be floats sponsored by each of the high school classes, by the vocational agriculture department and also one by the students of the grade school. Climaxing the events of the day will be the homecoming game between Calmar and Lime Springs. Corwith—Mrs. Robert Barrack and infant daughter have returned home from Mercy hospital, Mason City. WHAT A WONDERFUL VALUE! BRYIV CHIC for men 2 The exclusive, Barbizon^ patentee! 3-piece cut follows each curve and turn of your, body to perfection. Beautifully underlines every costume in your wardrobe!, You'll love its comfort, easily consider it your most useful slip. Rayon crepe in petal or while. Come and be measured for your perfect ^'Body-Contour'^ size. and type to fit you correctly. Come in today! Ask for a superbly tailored suitor coat by HART SCHAFFNER & MARX BOTANY BRAND 500 STYLEMORE Miss (10-20) Lady (38-42) Little Miss (9-15) Little Lady (14i/ 2 -22i/ 2 ) — 31 to 39 * -- Tfte slip (ftat fits like a dress . .. \ <; a made-to-your-figure dress Llnrerie — First Floor Easy to Build in an Evening! Plastic Prop and Cowl! Completely Finished Parts I 3 New Models MIDGET MUSTANG BOEING CADET FT-17 ERCOUPE Every part of the six SPEEDEE-BILT KITS is completely finished, Including molded plastic props and cowls. Every p»rt fits . . . they go together in a jiffy ... to make the most realistic -rubber flying models you ever saw . . . with little work and lots of fun. Dagle's Hobby Shop 12 2nd St. N. W. Phone 1079 39.95 Excel's cozy, warm storm coat takes snow, wind or rain in its stride. This .. handsome gabardine coat, cotton-backed and alpaca lined, is a campus companion you'll want for football games . . . for winter- long class wear. Snugly belted, trimmed with mouton-lamb type collar. Taupe and grey. 10 to 18. —Coats • First Floor East He is a big game hunter He is a diplomat He is a banker He is a lawyer He is a general He is an admiral BY DAROFP •Reg. U. S. Pat. Off. but» . . who is fie? He is a man who does not 4, wear a hat and thereby passes the best opportunity of stressing his social position, his business standing and his sartorial correctness. (Also he ruins his hair, his health and our business.) Get to Kaow Sold Here Exclusively KENSINGTON HATS $7.50 Sold Here STETSON HATS $10 TO $20

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