Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on October 7, 1949 · Page 26
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 26

Mason City, Iowa
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Friday, October 7, 1949
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12 Ocf. 6, 1949 Mason City Globe-Gazelle, Mason City, la. ,Homemakers Meet Garner — The EH township Homemakers held their organization meeting recently at the home of Mrs. Clarke Lackore and elected Mrs. Lackore president again for the ensuing year. Mrs. Louis Wei- land was elected publicity chairman. Garner Librarian A. Frances Fritsch explained the public library system to the group and advised how Ell township might avail itself of library service. Alexander—Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Xapka and children were recent guests at the Harold Slagel home at Calender. Talk About THRIFT Here's the most thrilling new bargain for your home entertainment. Harmony RE O CN T YDS 49° Now you can get big name artists and hit tunes for a ridiculously LOW PRICE. Look at this list of OUTSTANDING TUNES, all on wonderful, laminated 78 rpm ords ... to play on the machines you already own rec- no investment in extra cost players). POPULAR The Hucklebuck Blue Skirt Waltz Torever and Ever Honey Bun I'm Gonna Wash That Man Jealous Heart Let's Ta'ke An Old Fashioned Walk Maybe It's Because Room Full of Roses You're Breaking 1 My Heart WESTERN Lovesick Blues Slipping" Around Don't Rob Another Man's Castle Candy Kisses I Wish I Had A Nickle Money, Marbles and Chalk Tennessee Moon Bar Room Polka I Love You So Much It Hurts Tennessee Saturday Night There ore hundreds of other hit tunes by great artists . . . classical and children's records too. USED RECORDS each The Record Nook Open From I P. M. to II P. M. Daily 222 South Federal SEE THESE TODAY RHYTHM STEP • VALLEY Globe-Gazette Photo "HAPPY BIRTHDAY"— Past Grand Master Oliver F. Repp (left) bestowed the honors on W. M. Huffman, grand master of the I. 0. 0. F. grand lodge of Iowa, when 110 members of the lodge wished Mr. .Huffman a "happy birthday" Wednesday night at the First Congregational church. National! Advertised SHOES FOR LESS v Every Pair of Shoes a New Fall Style - Oxfords Straps - Pumps — Just Look at the List of Famous Shoes You can Buy for one-third to one-half the original cost. Odd Fellows Fete Huffman on Birthday A birthday dinner in honor of W. M. Huffman, grand master oC the I. O. O. F. grand lodge of Iowa, was held at the First Congregational church Wednesday evening, with 110 persons attending. Tables were decorated with fall flowers and leaves. Jesse Davis, chaplain of the Mason City lodge No. 224 gave the benediction and Charles Cornwell acted as master of ceremonies. Past Grand Master Oliver "F. Repp presented Mr. Huffman a gift from the members present. Family Introduced Mr. Huffman's family was introduced, his wife, Doris, their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Huffman, daughter, Lucile Huffman, and the mother of Mrs. (Doris) Huffman, Mrs. Matilda Love. A. program in charge of Mrs. Al Clemens and Miss Bernice Reynolds was presented, including a number of tap dances given by Mary Beth Sartor and Dick and Donnie Senneff. They closed their part of the program singing "Happy Birthday" to Mr. Huffman, accompanied by Donna Sartor at the piano. Present from out of the city were Mr. and Mrs. Art Crawford, past grand master and past president, Cedar Falls; Mr. and Mrs. John "iVoods, department commander of Patriarch Militant and past president of assembly, DCS Moines. Attend Party Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth_ Stokka, department inspector of patriarch Militant and past president of the department association of L. A. P. M. of Ames, Mrs. H. W. Erickson, messenger of the Rebekah assembly of Iowa, Fort Dodge. Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Nelson, department chief of staff of Patriarch Militant and warden of the Rebekah assembly, Clear Lake, Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Knutson, chairman of the board of instruction, Clear Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Damon "Woodbury, the latter past president of the Rebekah assembly, and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Larson, Forest City, Mrs. Earl Leaman of Oelwein, Henry Hokle, George Coburn and Friend Bras of Belmond. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Smith, Nevada, Mr. and Mrs. Upton Helwig, Manly, Mrs. .A. D. Diercks, department association of L. A. P. M. secretary, Mason City, Mrs. Oliver F. Repp, past president of the department association L. A. P. M., Mason City. Also Attend Mrs. Frank Brookings, chaplain of the Rebekah assembly of Iowa" Mason City, Jack Farrer, grand marshal of the grand lodge, Mason City, Harry Vick, member of the board of control of the grand lodge. Mason City, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Delahoyde, superintendent and matron of the I. O. O. F. homes. A birthday cake was presented to Mr. Huffman by Mrs. J. C. Dickinson, noble grand of Queen Rebekah lodge. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Dickinson, Mr. and Mrs. G. G. Weida and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Farrer were hosts. They were assisted in the ticket sale by Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Brown, Harry Vick and Bernice Reynolds. The dinner was served by group 5 of the Congregational church, with Mrs. Howard Stewart as chairman. Investigate Fire in Schoolhouse Davenport, (/P)—An investigation to determine whether arson caused a fire which destroyed a nearly - completed addition to a school near here, is being conducted by Iowa and Scott county officials. Batie Ray, director of the Green Acres school where the $30,000 addition was being constructed, said Wednesday spontaneous combustion could hot have been the cause. He explained that no paint or oily rags were left in the former army barracks units composing the addition. Ray said workmen had disconnected the electric current before they left the building Monday, and there was no fire in the heat- ing plant. The early Tuesday. addition burned MANY NEVER SUSPECT CAUSE OF BACKACHES Thi« Old Treatment Often Brings Happy Relief When disorder of kidney function permit* poisonous mutter to remain in your Wood, it may cause nagging bacltache, rheumatic pains, leg: pains, loss of pep and energy, getting up nights, swelling, puffmesa under the eyes, headaches and dizziness. Frequent or scanty passages with smarting and burning sometimes shows there la something wrong vritli your kidneys or bladder. Don't wait 1 Ask your druggist for Doan'9 Pills, a stimulant diuretic, used successfully by millions for over 50 yeora. Donn'fl give happy relief and will help the 15 miles of kidney tubes Hush out poisonous waste from your blood. Get Doan'a Pills. GET READY FOR COLD WEATHER BIG SAVINGS! AT THE OUTLET STORE'S $15,000 STOCK REDUCTION * SALE! Save On Work Clothes LONG WEARING O. D. WORK PANTS Just the thing for cold weather. Sturdily built for long wearing . . 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The Yugoslav ministry of information declined immediate comment. But sources at the 2 embassies said the expulsion demands were delivered Wednesday following Polish and Czechoslovakia!! denunciation earlier this week o!! friendship pacts with Marshal Tito's regime. In addition, Czechoslovakia had expelled the Yugoslav ambassador inJPrague. The reported action would strip the 2 embassy staffs to a single diplomat each. In the case of Czechoslovakia, a 2nd secretary will remain. The chief of the consular section of the polish embassy was the only Polish diplomat in Belgrade not affected by the order. U. S. NAVY TYPE WORK SHOES $ y* Leather Soles and Uppers. SPECIAL Work Shoes Ariny Style Rough I-eather $4.88 , ; ., ,^; SEE OUR SELECTION OF JACKETS - BRAND NEW GENUINE DOWN FILLED JACKETS MOUTON COLLARS, LARGE POCKETS Brand New Army Type TANKER JACKET &1 MAKE YOUR DOLLARS GO FARTHER AT THE OUTLET STORE 228 - 230 So. Fed. 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