Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on October 12, 1949 · Page 28
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Clear Lake Globe Gazette ir^voum rAPKB is NOT DELIVERED B» B:»O r. M.. PH t-.» OB 25». NO COMPLAINTS CAN BE ACCEPTED AFTER <>:45. Buy Halfords "Grill" Cafe Hockadays to Take Over Rogers Hotel Clear Lake—Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Halford have purchased the Grill cafe and began talking inventory Tuesday. The Halfovds are not without experience in the restaurant business having owned and operated the Lake cafe a few years ago. Mr. and. Mrs. M. J. (Charles) Hockaday, who sold the Grill, have operated it the past 4 years. Their future plans are somewhat indefinite but Mr. Hockaday stated that they plan a vacation this winter. Next spring they will take over the management of the Rogers hotel which they own. The sale of the cafe in no way affects the management of Mr. Hockaday's stand at the Drivein theater on highway 18, he stated. Globe-Gazette Photo TOO CLOSE FOR COMFORT—Mrs. Carl Wessels, 6 Wesley avenue, Camp Grounds, Clear Lake, points -to the spot where her 16 months old grandson, Marlyn Merritt, was sitting when the branch of a large oak tree, broken off in the hurricane about 11 a. m./ Monday, rammed through the ceiling of their living room and stopped about 2 feet above his head. Another, branch made its way into the bedroom. The Wessels had moved into the home recently purchased, less than a month ago. They are now living temporarily' with a brother, Guy Wessels, and family. Docks Go Out Lake residents got their share of damage from the storm. Dock owners who had not taken in their docks do not have to now. Boats on the beach have gone other places and some in lifts were blown out. So many trees blew over no attempt will be made to list them. Child's Colds To relieve miseries Without dosing, rub on Some narrow escapes for people and cars were reported. The largest window reported broken was the plate glass at the Larson Hatchery. Windows in residences went out by the score, also shingles from roofs flew about wildly. The roof of one large shed belonging to the Clear Lake Lumber company was laid over in the street and it was reported that DeBruyn and Pugh's new cement block warehouse was flattened. Archie Larson's television set just isn't any more. It is reported that the Saucke set and another on the Camp Grounds are wrecked too. A woman reported that she looked out of a window at the Rogers hotel and saw the standpipe in City park waving like a palmleaf fan in the breeze. These items could be multiplied many times but all go to show why insurance agents and adjusters, glaziers and carpenters, also the telephone and electric repair men were busy men Tuesday. L Come and See! One Acre of CHRYSANTHEMUMS A RIOT OF COLOR AND BEAUTY On Julia Copley Form, Highway 18, East of Clear Lake. Located Between the Nicholas Turkey Farm and the Copley Chicken Hatchery. I Will Be at the Field Every Afternoon Including Sunday From 1:30 to 5 O'clock. Bringr Your Friend. HARDY A || Colors, MUMS All Sizes .... . LEONARD RODEWALD SPECIALS WEDNESDAY ONLY FRESH GROUND HAMBURGER 1 Pound 43c Clear Lake Briefs The Young Adult group of the Methodist church has scheduled a meeting at the church Oct. 18. For Sale: New coil bed spring Windsor chair. 518 Washington. Mrs. Don Browning, president of the Clear Lake Woman's club announced Tuesday morning that the Barbershop quartet, L. C. Stuart, Wilbur Hollatz, B. Dayton Merriman and Duane Eckert would sing at the club meeting at City hall Tuesday evening at 8. Appreciation Day Special—10% off on all slacks. Ange - Woody's. The Chamber of Commerce office announced Tuesday morning that participants in the Appreciation Days trade activities would hold a meeting in the Chamber of Commerce office Tuesday evening at 7:30. Rummage Sale Tluirs., Fri. 720 Crane St. Ph. 606-W. E. L. McDonald was initiated to membership in the Odd Fellows lodge at I. O. O. F. hall Monday evening. First degree work will be given next week. Club dances will begin. Oct. 19 and continue every 2nd Wednesday evening with Everett Peterson, vice grand, in charge. For Sale: near new davenport very good cond. C. C. Johnson, 104 2nd Ave. N. The Zion Lutheran church will go on winter schedule next Sunday, the Rev. Ruben Mostrom pastor, announced Tuesday. One morning service will be held al 11 o'clock instead of the 2 held during the summer. Sunday schoo will be at 9:45. Dale Fattschull will be at Hansen's all day Wednesday with complete line of fur coats. See th attractive bargains. Mrs. Nellie Troutner, Whittier Cal., and Mrs. Mary Paul spen Saturday afternoon and evening at the home of Mrs. James Miller Mrs. Troutner is visiting othe: relatives and friends. H o u s e c I e a 11 i n g made easy Painted walls washed expertly with no muss, the machine way Call the G and W Wallwashing Co for free estimate. Phone 296-W. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Atkinson, Mrs. Ed Rushia and Mrs. Charles Woodward drove to Pilot Knob Sunday afternoon, Daughters of the American Revolution will meet at the home of Mrs. L. C. Stuart Thursday evening at 7:30 for the regular meeting. Wesleyan Service Guild will meet at the Methodist church parlors Wednesday evening at 6:45 for dinner followed by the lesson period. Miss Ethel Car-' pentcr will give the lesson and Miss Verna Carpenter, devotions. Reservations for dinner are to be made with Mrs. Dewey Ouverson by Tuesday evening. Russell Alan and Roger Craig are the names of the twin sons born to Mr. and Mrs. Tom Nelson, 314 Burden street at Mercy hospital, Mason City, Saturday. They weighed 7 pounds 6 ounces and 7 pounds 1 ounce respectively. Mrs. Cecil Fuller underwent a major operation at Mercy hospital, Mason City, Monday. Her room number is 309. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Murray and daughter, Lucile, Plymouth; Mr. and Mrs. Martin Pederson, Osage; Mr. and Mrs. Randolph Jackson, Mason City; Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Holstad and daugthers, Ardis and Carmon, and Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Bisgrove were guests Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Eibey. Happy Hustlers 4-H club will meet at the home of Dean Grattidge Thursday at 8. Officers are to be elected. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Ilenly, who spent the weekend at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Claus Carstens, Burchinal, returned to their home in St. Paul Monday. Globe-Gazette Photo PASTOR THANKS AID PRESIDENTS—The Rev. Ruben Mostrom, left, pastor of the Zion Lutheran church at Clear Lake the past 12 years, Sunday thanked his members anc the officers of tho Zion Lutheran Ladies' aid for their helpfulness and co-operation during his pastorate. In the picture, left to right, are the Rev. Mr. Mostrom and in the back row, Mines. C. O. Lomen, Hans Henriksen and William Kirchgatter. In front are Mrs. Peter Miller and Mrs. Ed Erickson. Mrs. Kirchgatter is current president. Mrs. Lawrence V. Brown, has also been a prcsi- d e n t as %vas Mrs. Carl Ashland, who was not present when the picture was taken. The aid sponsored the big parish picnic Mrs. C. Ashland dinner Sunday t the church rather than at State park" because of the inclement veather. The event honored the Mr. Mostrom who is leaving his month for a new pastorate in St. Paul, also Mrs. Mostrom and heir sons, Jon and Mark. Keith Holt was master of ceremonies for the afternoon program. F. B. Osnes led devotions, reading the 27th and 91st Psalms which were followed by prayer. Glenn Erickson directed the singing of ''What a Friend We Have in Jesus," "Ye Lands to the Lord Make a Jubilant Noise," "I Love to Tell the Story" and "Blest Be the Tie That Binds." The men's chorus, Torger Froiland, Melvin Evans, Glenn and H. L. Erickson, Mr. Mostrom, Don Gabrielson, Verne Lace and Earl Anderson, sang "O Master, Let Me Walk With Thee" and "Onward, Christian Soldiers." On behalf of the congregation Peter Anderson presented a purse of money to Mr. Mostrom. This was in addition to the radio given him by the Lutheran Brotherhood last week. Mr. Mostrom expressed his thanks and appreciation for the cooperation received during his 12 years at Clear Lake and urged the members to continue that same co-operation for his successor. "Only together can the pastor and congregation accomplish the purpose of the church, to save souls and develop spiritual life," he said. "The total results cannot be measured," he continued, "for they are in the hands of God." New members of the year 1949 were special guests at the picnic. To date the accessions have numbered 105. CARD OF THANKS I wish to thank relatives friends and neighbors for all th flowers, gifts and cards I receivec while in the hospital, also thos who called on me. Zharlesworth Writing Series "British Economic Situation" Theme Clear Lake—Harold K. Charles- vorth, who is in England atlend- ng the London School of Economics, writes that he was unable o attend the session of the house of commons Sept. 27 at which Sir Stafford Cripps spoke on devalua- ion of the pound. The commons are sitting in the house of lords which is a smaller section of par- iament and less seats are available. v However, Mr. Charlesworth states that he is making contacts which will enable him to attend press conferences and other meetings where important persons wil; speak. Through the kindness oi Mr. Hamilton, formerly of Fort DoVige and now press relations officer to Mallory Brown of the American embassy, he was to attend a conference Oct. 6 at which A. Bevan, minister of health, was the speaker. Mrs. Hamilton Helps Mrs. Mary Agnes Hamilton o the British foreign office helpec in getting his name on the list o American correspondents entitled to hear and question differen British ministers and official whenever a press conference is Mrs. Pearl Raw. Oct. 11, 1949 5 Maion City tiUfc»-G«i*lU, HUM City. ended a luncheon of the American Association of Correspondents at vhich Prime Minister Atlee spoke, ie is to join this group as an as- jociate member. . Luncheons are held every 4 to 6 weeks. At the next Winston Churchill is expected to talk. To Write Series During his stay in; London Mr. harlesworth is sending, to the rlobe-Gazette a series of articles dealing with the British economic situation. The first article, "Causes of Britain's Economic Plight," will appear soon. The articles will be written, Mr. Charlesworth states, from the standpoint of an interested American attempting to understand the workings of the British economy. The first article will contain some of the remarks made by Mr. Bevan Oct. 6. The series will be written without economic jargon or political prejudice, Mr. Charlesworth states. held, Oct. 5 Mr. Charlesworth at- FIRMS TO HOLU AUCTION SALES Clear Lake—The W. H. Ward furniture store and the McGowan Hardware store are opening a joint daily auction sale of new quality furniture and appliances at the Ward store Friday. Auctions will be held daily at 2 and 7:30 p. m., it was stated. This is a new feature in Clear Lake, no such event having been held recently. ft goes eases so man/ people /fe nQy/ AMERICA'S LARGEST SELLING POPULAR-PRICED BEER PREMIUM QUALITY BEER Q1949, FAISTAFF UIW1NO COIF, ST. LOUIS • OMAHA • NIW OtUANi TUNA c. n 29c SUNSHINE CRACKERS SUGAR 10 Pounds. 89c TOKAY GRAPES 2 Pounds 45c 5 pounds 25c LINDSTROMS - FOOD STORE - I CLEAR LAKE I ^^•••••^•••••••••••••••••••^•J Clear Lake Calendar WEDNESDAY—Lions club, V. F. W. clubroom, 12;l!i. Congregational Women's Fellowship, church parlors, l:4r>. North Side Jolly club, Mrs. Myron Prescolt. Do Your Bit club, Mrs. A. R. Cain, 70f 6th street. T.ake Township Oweso club, Mrs. C H. Blakewell. W. S. C. S., Methodist church parlors. 2 Brownies 4-1, Lincoln building; Girl Scout troop 7, junior high building. 4 Senior Girl Scouts, high school homemaking rooms, 5:30. Cub Scout den 0, Mrs. C. E. Ashland Catholic Daughters of America, End- mar hotel, Mason City. 6:30. Annual meeting, Congregational church dinner, 6:30. Methodist W. S. C. S., circle 1, churcl parlors, 6:45. Woman's club gym class, high schoo ftym. 7:30. Senior Scouts No. 303, junior higl building, 7:30. E. T. C. Bridge club, Mrs. B. C. Mylir 300 5th street, 7:30. Today's club, Mrs. Peter O. Pctcrscn 515 Clnrn street, R. O. N. O. club, Mrs. Vincent Mine tic 405 N. 4th street, 8. Verity locifio No. 250, A. F. and A. M Masonic Temple, H. 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