Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on October 6, 1949 · Page 16
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 16

Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, October 6, 1949
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w 12 Oct. 5. 1949 Mason City Globe-Gazelle, Mason City, la. Fined for Failure to Signal When Car Was Hit From Behind Bill E. Baker, 18, 1739 N. Federal, was fined $10 and costs in police coujt Wednesday on charges of failure to signal and having no stop light. The charge was made by the highway patrol in connection with a mishap near the drive-in theater, west of Mason City on highway 18. Baker attempted to turn into the theater entrance without signaling and had no stop light, the patrol said. His car was struck from behind by one driven by Clifford Smith, 18, Britt. Slight damage resulted. GENERAL ^ ELECTRI de luxe table radio 34.95 Value Model 202 GETTING INSTRUCTIONS —Precinct workers in the com- J ing Community Chest campaign are shown above getting their supplies at the Y. W. C. A. Tuesday afternoon. From left are: Mrs. Fred Wagner, Mrs. G. B. Carlson, Mrs. Roy Baldwin, Mrs. Leo Hickey and Mrs. N. J. Moreland. Women's Division Organized for Community Chest Canvass The zone chairmen of the woman's division of the 1949-50 Community Chest campaign met with their precinct chairmen and ward chairmen in the Decker room at the Y. W. C. A. Tuesday afternoon to receive the instructions and materials for taking the next step in the organization of this important phase of this annual drive. Mrs. Jay Tubbesing, women's division chairman, presided at the meeting and told her co-workers that the women of Mason City have a particular interest in the sue-* Mason City One of 6 Cities to Open Course Mason City is one of 6 cities in !owa in which a guidance counselor training course open to admin- strators and teachers will be conducted, it was announced Wednesday by the state board of voca- .ional education. Registration for the course here took place Sept. 29 and at thai time 45 persons were enrolled. The first class will be held on Thursday, Oct. 13, at 6:20 p. m. in room 102 at the high school and junior college building. Arrangement for conducting the 10-lesson course in Mason City was made last spring when Doctor Ray Bryan, professor of vocational education at Iowa State college, Ames, met. here with Dean C. H. Beem of the local junior college. The coui-se was developed by the board in co-operation with Iowa State college. May Still Enroll Frank Wellman, former University of Nebraska instructor in guidance, has been employed as Ihe counsellor trainer and will conduct the classes, which are held once every 2 weeks. Some of the teaching will also be done by Doctor Bryan, Dean Beem said. j Dean Beem emphasized that anyone still wishing to enroll in the course may do so by appearing at the first class. However, there will be no opportunity for enrollment after that time. The guidance course gives instruction in the fundamental techniques of guidance and in the principles of organization. A guidance testing program will be suggested. Doctor Bryan expects each school represented to set up some guidance program project in that school so as to have something practical at once. In Mason City 7 members of the junior college faculty including Dean Beem have enrolled for the course and are planning to set up a complete guidance program for the college to put into practice in cpn- I nection with their studies. The other cities in which the ourse will be given are Boune, airfield, Centerville, Marshall- own and Council Bluffs. The class here meets on the ame evening and at the same hour as the night school classes for eachers, sponsored by the local TAKK TABLKTS A modern, m*dl* colly.* oundtraat. mint thai gill real college and Drake university, In which 116 teachers are enrolled. BUYS INTEREST New Hampton — Victor Ganske has purchased the interest of Joseph McSweeney in the Wholesale Food Market here. They have operated it since Jan. 1 as a partnership. United Financial Service Family Finance Counsellors GEORGE F. OLSON, Mgr, 5} North Federal (Over Ford Hopkins Drur) Phone 57 26.95 Value Model 115 Natural Color Tone Rich Rosewood Plastic Cabinet! DECKER BROS. SPORTING GOODS cess of the Community Chest for through its 8 health, welfare and group work agencies thousands of services are given each year to TRY A G-G CLASSIFIED AD 105 EAST STATE HAMILTON .• ELGIN H O R O L O G the slc ^ t(J the families and to the boys and girls of the cornmun ity She pointed out that if it were not for the Chest, many of her listeners would be called upon at several times throughout the year to help in raising money for individual agencies and that in times when everyone is so busy, it is good to know that with one solicitation 8 agencies will be given the means to carry on for a full year. Chairmen Introduced Up with comfort! Down with fuel costs! seal warmth in with HOME AIDS To help you prepare your home for winter's chilly blast, all at Sear's Savings prices. shorter **«. *ett t/ict Suedes 12.95 Paris says so! And an inch less skirt is good newg for the foot that's wearing Rhythm Step's dusky, velvety Suedes. So deliberately flattering you can't blame anyone for stealing an extra look. MORE than just beautiful shoes... Jhree invisible rhythm treads cushion every step WHERE THE (jQK9ct C>/U>€<t COME FROM Mrs. Tubbesing introduced her divisi9n co-chairman, Mrs. T. G. Peterson, ward chairmen and cochairmen, precinct chairmen and co-chairmen and zone chairmen. For ward 1, the northeast, Mrs. C. E. Blanchard is chairman and Mrs. E. O. Babcock is co-chairman. Chairman of Precinct 1 is Mrs. James Brown and her cochairman is Mrs. D. J. Farrer. Zone chairmen in Precinct 1 are Mrs. Harvey Major, Mrs. W. A. Berry, Mrs. Steven Vician, Mrs. S. L. Julson, Mrs. J. J. Fitzgerald •and Mrs. Darrell Pross. In precinct 2, Mrs. J. A. Bittner is chairman and Mrs. Robert W. Hamilton is co-chairman. They have selected Mrs. Carl Swab, Mrs. S. W. Lock, Mrs. Ruth Chesebro, Mrs. Allen Patton, Mrs. J. J. Gerard, Mrs. J. E. Mason, Mrs. E. P. Ruszat, Mrs. Velma Warnke and Joy Farrer as zone chairmen. Mrs. Louis Wolf and Mrs. R. L. Jackson are chairman and cochairman, respectively, of ward 2. Mrs. Howard Haydon is chairman and Mrs. H. C. Bennett is co-chairman in. precinct 1. Their zone chairmen are Mrs. J. P. Borup, Mrs. F. N. Van Skike, Mrs. Glenn Morrison, Mrs. M. W. Burns, Mrs. Foster Elliot, Mrs. F. B. Burley, Mrs. B.- M. Humbert, Mrs. M. E. Clayburg and Mrs. Floyd James. Mrs. L. J. Moore and Mrs. Ray Rorick have agreed to act as chairman and co-chairman in precinct 2. They have enrolled Mrs. Lester Milligan, Mrs. A. E. Flynn, Mrs. B. W. Banker, Mrs. C. E. Fisher, Mrs. E. L. Gerard, Mrs. C. C. Clark and Mrs. Nels Andersen as zone chairmen. Other Chairmen Named Mrs. Marion Olson is chairman and Mrs. Samuel E. Wolf is cochairman in ward 3 the southeast part of Mason City. Mrs. W. R. Strong and Mrs. Jack Duncan are chairman and co-chairman of precinct 1. They have chosen Mrs. William Haynes, Mrs. Ben Murray, Mrs. Don Giesen, Mrs. Robert Kinsey, Mrs. Robert Major, Mrs. W. P. Tyler and Mrs. R. J. Cramer as zone chairmen. In precinct 2, Mrs. F. J. Wagner is chairman and Mrs. G. B. Carlson is co-chairman. Their zone chairmen are Mrs. Larry Schneider, Mrs. N. J. Moreland, Mrs. J. P. Hogan, Mrs. Roy E. Baldwin, Mrs. Leo Hickey, Mrs. Lyell Holmes, Mrs. Kenneth Roth, Mrs. Carl Anderson, Mrs. E. P. Fleckenstein, Mrs. Norman Stillwell and Mrs. Bert Lieuwen. In ward 4 in southwest Mason City, Mrs. Keith Wormhoudt is chairman and Mrs. W. H. Rees, co-chairman. Mrs. Guy Blackmore is chairman and Mrs. A. C. Frisk, Jr., is co-chairman of precinct 1. They have asked Mrs. Louis Kipper, Mrs. E. A. Engler, Mrs. C. R. Boyer and Mrs. Kenct Pearce to act as zone chairmen. In precinct 2, Mrs. H. F. Schwanke is chairman and her zone chairmen are Mrs. Henry Hvattum, Mrs. R. R. Nesje and Mrs. N. F. Wurth. . The women's division enrolls some 300 block solicitors who call on housewives and all persons who would not be reached through the downtown general solicitation. Last year this division accounted for 1,177 pledges and $5,127 in contributions. ' Mrs. Tubbesing urged her coworkers to even better this record in the 1949-50 campaign. Mason City women have been the prime movers in the establishment c/f 4 of the Chest agencies, Family Service, Inc., the Public Health Nursing Service, the Girl Scouts and the Y. W. C. A. Hair Felt Strips Rcf. 15o lie Weatherstrip windows, door5, inside or out. Easily installed with carper tacks. IT pkg. Storm Sash Set IOC Hangsrs for easy hanging and removing of screen or sash. With "•* screws, hook, eye. 1 Sash Adjuster 55c Holdswindowopen al any anglej stops rattle. Cadmium plated steel. With handle and screws. Sash Adjuster 30c 1 0-inch cadmium plated slorm sash J adjuster. Complel* * with screws. Sturdy; Kalk-Kord 98c Ro11 Eaty-lo-apply Kalk- Kord. Adheres to any surface. Won't dry up or fall out. 60-ft. length. WEATHER STRIP Regularly 3.49 100-Foot Roll, 1-inch Wide Reg. 4.19 100-Ft. Roll* . $0.98 li-In. 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