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Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, October 6, 1949
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" Clear Lake Briefs Miss Angeline Koorda re-entered Colonial hospital, Rochester, Minn., Friday for further treatment. • Holeproof Nylon hose §1.25 up. Nichols Shop. Mr. and Mrs. Leo LHtlefield, Clarion, and Mrs. Stacey Dingman, Inglewood, Cal., were dinner and evening guests at the Holden Nelson home recently. The women are cousins of Mrs. Nelson. They also called at the Alvin Nelson home. Notice—No burning of leaves on city streets. Police Department. Mrs. Holden Nelson returned Monday from Ames where she went Sunday to meet her cousins, Mr. and Mrs. E. Bruce, Kincardine, Ontario, Canada, who were visiting their daughter, Mrs. Gordon Bell, and family at Ames. They ,also visited Mrs. Nelson's mother, Mrs. C. Wilson, and her daughter, Miss Lillie Wilson, at Fort Dodge. New Nelly Dou Cotton Dresses. $8.95 ea. Nichols Shop. The drama department of the Clear Lake Woman's club will meet at the home of Mrs. Don Browning, 104 S. Oak street, Thursday at 1:30. Lay your Christmas doll away now. Ange & Woody's. Mrs. A." N. Michaels received word Monday of the safe arrival home in Los Angeles of her brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and • Mrs. C. A. Comstock, and their son and his wife, Mr. and Mrs. Willis Comstock. They visited at the Michaels and Fred Davis homes recently and were entertained at dinner and other events by old friends and neighbors. The Comstocks returned to California ' via. the Black Hills and Yellowstone National park where they took in the scenic beauties. Luxite Nylon Briefs; blue, pink or white. $1.95 pr. Nichols Shop. Jerry Scott, student at the Northwest School of Medical Technology, Minneapolis, returned to his work Sunday after spending the between quarters vacation with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. ' J. W. Scott, 1107 W. 2nd street. He was accompanied by his friend, Thomas Anamizu, Honolulu, T. H., who spent the vacation '.here, and by Tom Strike, Osceola, who came to spend Sunday. For Sale: Baby buggy, teeter• babe, iron, etc. Ph. 781-J1. Mr. and ,Mrs. Ed Nelson, 704 Jefferson street, are the parents of a 9 pound, 6 ounce son born at Mercy hospital, Mason City, Tuesday noon. He has not yet been named. He has a sister, Jane Ann, Clear Lake Globe Gazette IF VOUR FAl'CK IS NOT OELIVERKD U* (>:UO P. til.. PH. -fM OR -,'3'J, NO COMPLAINTS CAN UK ACCEPTED AI'TEU U:4a. WINS HANDICAP—Dr. Don Phillips won the men's golf handicap tournament Sunday by defeating' Duane Ec.kert one up hi 10.holes in the finals. The prize is a membership in the golf club for next year. Eckert, rumierup, won over Jim Lane 2 and 1, over Bill Bickford Z and 1 and "Bed" Olson by default to reach the finals. Phillips won over Charles Schissel 4 and 3 to compete in the finals. In the women's tournament Mmes. E. P. Martin and Lovell Diddy reached the finals through defaulting of their opponents and played Monday with Mrs. Martin winning 2 up. The prize was a free membership for next year. Woman's Club Forum Topic Is Announced Clear Lake—"Fundamentals of Peace" is the theme of the forum discussion to be presented by the National Conference of Christians and Jews, Incorporated, for the Woman's club program in City hall next Tuesday evening at 8, Mrs. E. L. Yeager, chairman of the national community service department of the club announces. Members are entertaining their husbands at this special event. The personnel of the group presenting the program includes'Aus- tin Finnessy, director of public relations for the Iowa Federation of Labor; Newton Margulies, attorney; Telfer M o o k, attorney, and 1. E. Metcalf, director, who will also act as moderator. Refreshments will be served by the. tea committee, Mmes. Eldon Finer, John Roseland, T. L. Sears, and L. E. Ahland. The hospitality committee includes Mmes. G. W. Atkins, Dean Anderson and A. R. Elsbury. The national and community service committee includes Mmes. Yeager, Finer, Robert Hayden and Robert O'Dea. Lake Woman's Club Opens Gym Classes Clear Lake—A good attendance was noted at the initial meeting of the womens' gym class for members of the Clear Lake Woman's club held Monday evening at the high school gym with Mrs. and Ralph Ott served. The next meeting is Oct 17. Cleve Monaghen leader. With the exception of next and months. a brother, Roland, 15 New Luxite Rayon slips; pink, white or black, $3.95 each. Nichols Shop. For Sale: Washing machine, laundry stove, kitchen cabinet, other articles. 115 Clara St. Mrs. , Walter Teseiie was dismissed from the Hampton hospital Tuesday and returned home by ambulance. Mrs. Tesene was injured in an auto accident Saturday. • - For Sale: Painted bedroom set, comp., $30. 214 S. Elm. Call after 5 p. m. Mrs. John E. Zobel returned to her home Wednesday from Mercy hospital, with her twins, Cathy May and Gary Ray, born Oct. 4. Hey, Mom! Better make your app't. now for baby's Christmas pictures. Ph. 1383, Mason Gerard Photo Service. City, Clear Lake Calendar THURSDAY — Red Cross home service worker, City hall. 8:30 till noon. Hotary club, All Veterans Social Center, , 12:15. Crescent club, Mrs. Edward Huntting, 512 5tlv street, 1. Twentieth Century club, Mrs. C. A. Pease, Sr., 406 N. 2nd street, 1. Linger Longer Birthday club, Mrs. H. Mnrkworth, 501 Winnie street. Drama department, Clear take Woman's club, Mrs. Don Browning, 104 S. Oak street, 1:30. Sorosis club, Mrs. Frank Daker, 2:30. Double Dozen ckib, Mrs. Verne Hennis. , Zlon Lutheran aid, church parlors, 2:30. Brownies 4-2, Girl Scout troop G, junior high building, 4. Cub Scout den 9, Tomachicks, Mrs. M.. L. Knutson, 4:15; den 8. Indians, Mrs. Tom Wood: den 2, Flying Eagles, Mrs. Tom Wood, 4:15. Lutheran Brotherhood, Zion Lutheran church, 7, Amvet Auxiliary, Legion hall, 7:30. Odd Fellows Encampment and Auxiliary, I. O. O. F. hall, 8. Renaming Streets to Become Reality Clear Lake—Plans for renaming the streets and renumbering the houses in Clear Lake seems in the way of becoming a reality through the efforts of members of the Junior Chamber of Commerce, it was announced Wednesday. Already the Jaycees are on the last half of the project. This week a city-wide campaign will be conducted by the Jaycees in an effort to wind up the entire project by Oct. 17. Team members and the streets they will be working are: A. W. Schultz-Lloyd Basler, Main Ave. and 1st Ave. N.; Russ Shay-Walter Cookman, 2nd and 3rd Ave., N.; G. H. Randelman-John Harrod, 4th and 5th Ave., N; Roger Miller-Keith Neal, 7th and 8th Ave., N; Paul Satter- C. A. Pease, North Shore Drive; Dr. D. M. Phillips-C. F. Lovell, 1st and 2nd Ave., S; Archie Larson-Verne Goyette, 3rd and 4th Ave., S; Dr. G. H. Gits-Warren Jacobson, 5th and 6th Ave., S; G. W. Wilcox-Don Standley, 7th and 8th Ave., S; Dr. R. E. Calhoun- Byron Schnug, N. 5th street and 5th Place North; Bob Ingersoll- Jerry Jensen, N. 6th street, N. 7th street and 6th Place North; B. D. Plumb-Dr. J. D. Hugins, 10th, llth and 12th streets; Milt Dawson-Bob Stuart, 8th and 9th streets; ..Jim Kennedy, 20th, 21st, 22nd, 23rd, 24th streets south; Richard Van Slyke-Harlen Reid, North 3rd and North 4th streets; Roger Swisher-Ray McGowaii, South Shore Drive from Main Ave. to city limits. Persons who have not purchased numbers will assist in the work if they will voluntarily stop at Satter's Sporting Goods store and get them soon. Mrs. Winans, 86, Feted on Birthday Clear Lake—Mrs. Henry Winans, whose 86th birthday was on Tuesday, was honored at a surprise birthday party at the home of her sister, Mrs. Cora Hill, Tuesday afternoon. Mines. S. S. Hudson and Victor Neishem arranged the courtesy and about" a dozen relatives and other guests were entertained. Mrs. Winans received many flowers, some boxes of stationery, candy, books, and other gifts besides birthday cards and letters. Refreshments, including a birthday cake, were served at the close. Postoffice Service Curtailed at Joice Joice—In 'connection with 3 nation wide cu,t in postal budget expenditures, the postal depart- rfient has ordered that there be no window service at the local post- office during the noori hour. The windows will be closed from 12 noon to 1 p. m. daily, but the lobby will remain open with access to lock boxes. The hours of postal clerks have also been cut. The orders were effective Monday. ANNOUNCES MEETING — Dr. R. A. Winkle, president, Wednesday announced the 4th annual meeting of the All Veterans Social Center organization to be held at the A. V. S. C. clubrooms Monday evening. All Veterans having a Clear Lake address are considered members and are entitled to attend and participate. A free dinner will be served at 7. Fred Baum, secretary, urges all members to at- \ tend. Cards sent by mail may be returned or, in case 110 card is received, reservations may be made by calling the A. V. S. C. clubhouse, phone 227. Services Held for Mrs. J. W. Beery, Nee Myrtle Grimm Clear Lake-r-Funeral services for Mrs. John W. Beery, nee Myrtle Grimm, formerly of Clear Lake, were held at the Holton and Son Mortuary, Long Beach, Cal., Saturday afternoon and burial followed in Green Hills Memorial Park, San Pedro, Cal. Mrs. Beery was born in 1890 at Hinkley, 111., daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Grimm, and died at her home, .133 E. 132nd street, Hawthorne, Cal., Sept. 29 after an illness of 4 years. She moved from St. Louis, Mo., to Lymvood, Cal., in 1938 and to Long Beach in 1942, thence to Hawthorne last January. Her girlhood was spent in Clear Lake. She was a member of the Mother Church, First Church of Christ, Scientist, Boston, Mass., and was active in the Press-Telegram cheer fund at Christmas time Surviving are her husband, a son. William G. Beery, Hawthorne, and a grandson, William K. Beery. She was preceded in death by her parents and a brother, Birney. week when Ihe group will meet Wednesday evening because o£ the "husbands' night" club meeting, tegular classes will be held at the high school gym each Tuesday evening at 7:30. Classes are free to members of the Woman's club. Women may become members for the express purpose of attending the classes if they so desire. The club dues are $1.50. Regulation gym shoes are required. The lessons will include a period of calisthentics followed by such games as volleyball and bas- kelbal! If enough women are interested a class in badminton will DC Conned, it was staled by Mrs. Donald Browning, club president. Poultry Improvement association met at the home of Mrs. Ed Rushia for a potluck luncheon. Mrs. Charles Findson was a guest. Articles were read on "This Chicken Was Made to Order," "A New Strain With a Good Record" and "Gooc] Profits in Geese Production and 'Partnership Poultry." Discussion followed. The mooting November 7 is at the Charles Ransom home. Rogness Speaking to Lutheran Men Clear Lake — The Rev. Alvin N. Rogness, pastor of Trinity Lutheran church, Mason City, will be guest speaker at the opening meeting of the Lutheran Brotherhood at the Zion Lutheran church Thursday evening. Naomi circle of the aid with Mrs. Kenneth Petersen chairman, will serve at 7 o'clock The men's chorus will furnish special music. Pack 9 Committee Makes Fall Plans; To. Help in Drive Arrangements .for fall activities of Cub pack No. 9 sponsored by the Harding P. T. A. were made at the pack committee meeting Tuesday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Sampson, 745 15th place N. E. The Cubs will take part in the Community Chest drive and parade Oct. 15, the committee decided, meeting at the school at 9 a. m. to distribute handbills about the drive and going to the Hotel Hanford park at 10:30 a. m. for the parade. The den mothers reported on outdoor meetings and wiener roasts held and farewells for Cubs entering socuting. All boys in den 4 were graduated into scouting and presented a gift to the den mother, Mrs. Frank Huzl. New den mothers are to be named and new committeemen nominated at the. next pack meeting, Oct. 27, in the school com- Miss Clack Talks to Progress Club Clear Lake — Progress club members opened, the year at a luncheon at Witke's Monday and than adjourned to the home of Mrs. George Urbatch while Miss Ida Clack presented the lesson on "Women in Poetry." Mrs. F. O. LoveH, Gendale, Cal., was a gues^. Mrs. Arthur H. Latimer is hostess in 2 weeks. Daughters of Union Veterans voted to purchase 5 new flags for the tent at their meeting in Legion hall. It was announced that the district convention at Ames, which several had planned to attend, has been postponed until Oct. 20. Mmes. Willis Miller, S. J. Ott Oct. Si 1949 19 Mason City Globe-Gazette, Mason City. I*. numity room, it was announced by Chairman Roy Findlay. Bobcat pins also will be awarded to 8 year old boys making applica- said Cubmaster Willis next committee meeting will be held Nov. 1 at the home of Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Collins. Nineteen attended the Tuesday evening meeting. tions, White. The Convention Honors Nprthwood Druggist Northwood—John S. Veenker, druggist, has been advanced to the position of 3rd vice president of the National Association of Retail Druggists. His election occurred in Statler hotel, New York City, where the convention was held. His daughter, -Mary Ellen, of Des Moines attended part of the convention in New York as ;t guest of her father. Salvation Army Gets $645 for House, Garage on New Building Site While plans and specifications for a new Salvation Ar.ny building are nearing completion, $645 has been added to the building fund by the sale of the house, garage and shed on the newly acquired "army" property at Adams and First S. W., it was revealed by Maj. E. H. Tieman Wednesday. The sale oC the property took place at public auction Monday evening, with Joe Reisch, Mason City auctioneer, in charge. •Plans are being prepared by Hansen and Waggoner and will be ready for bids within a couple of weeks, the major stated. I DAY AUCTION AT THE Kanawha Sales Pavilion KANAWHA, IOWA, ON HIGHWAY NO. Ill FRIDAY AFTERNOON, OCT. 7 STARTING AT 1:30 P.M. Commencing this Friday our Livestock Auction will be held in the afternoon, starting 1:30 p. m. . . . and every FRIDAY AFTERNOON until further notice. Please do not forget about the change in time . . . 1:30 p m. Fridays. Bring in your livestock . . . cattle, pigs, hogs, sheep. Many buyers at every sale and they want all kinds of stock. Help us supply the demand. Get full value . . . sell without delay . . . for satisfaction, consign to Kanawha. H.Brummund, Auctioneer & Manager at 30 E. State t's I 1 ^ Jacket Week at 30 E. State Decorah Chamber Plans Halloween Party for Youth Decorah—The retail trades committee of the Decorah Chamber of Commerce is planning a Halloween party for the entertainment of the youth of the community. The plan Is a contribution toward minimizing property damage, which has become too general in many towns. In recent years there has been relatively little complaint on this score locally. Livestock AUCTION Friday, October 7th—12:00 Noon 500 CATTLE STOCK CATTLE 100 Young Hereford Feeding Cows, weight 900 Ibs. 70 Hereford Yearling Heifers, weight 600 Ibs. 50 Hereford Steer Calves, weight 400 ,lbs., suitable for club calves. 60 Hereford Yearling Steers, weight 700 Ibs. 25 Native Shorthorn Steers, weight 800 Ibs. 1 White Faced Breeding Bull, 15 months old. Good one. And many consignments of Native Cattle not listed. FAT CATTLE 30 Steer and Heifer Yearlings, weight 850 Ibs., corn fed. 15 Fat Steers, weight 1100 Ibs. And many consignments of odd lots. DAIRY CATTLE 12 Holstein Springing Cows and Heifers from one herd. 7 Shorthorn Springing Heifers from one herd and many others. The demand is very good for good springing cows and heifers. HOGS Feeding pics of all weights and bred sows are in demand. Pastel Broadcloth Shirts That Fit and Platter You The Handsome SNO FO SUR-COAT $29 50 They're warm . , . comfortable . . . flattering and made for action. Water-repellent cavalry twill shell, with soft full 100% alpaca pile body and sleeve lining. Mouton collar, zipper front and knitted storm cuffs. Grey and Taupe in sizes 36-48. NOTICE: We sell replacement cattle at private sale every day of the week. We finance these cattle if desired by purchaser. We Appreciate your consignments. Consign your livestock to the CLEAR LAKE AUCTION COMPANY for prompt sale and complete satisfaction. CLEAR LAKE AUCTION CO. Pastels ... an addition to your personal satisfaction with your own appeai'ance . . . these fine quality broadcloth shirts with wide spread collar and regular cuffs will remain long on your list of "first choice." Yellows, Pinks, Greens, Blues, Tans and Greys in sizes 14 to 17. Charge It If You Wish 30 E. State and speaking of McGregor Jackets there's ... Drizzler wind and water repellent 10.95 Canadian Super .lac. plaid blanket cloth ....13.50 Fjordsheen Blouse, battle jacket style ....16.95 Fourcord, all corcluroy, 4 pockets 22.95 Paddock, hound's tooth corduroy check 22.95 Stormy Gab, grey niouton collar . .25.00 Platinum Mounty, grey mouton collar .-. 39.95 Use Our Lay-A way or Budget Plan The Smartly Styled Julmor Sport Jac $ 19 50 Styled for your good looks and comfort from water impellent poplin with quilted inner lining of 100 % virgin wool. Mouton collar and knitted cuffs and waist band. All sizes in Silver Grey, Tan and Maroon. 30 E. State WHERE GOOD CLOTHING IS NOT EXPENSIVE

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