Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on October 6, 1949 · Page 18
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10 Ocl. 5, 1949 Maion City Globe-Gazelle, Mason CHf.lt. 9i .cm i-uznn Ole H. Olson Rites Friday Interment to Beat- Thompson Cemetery Funeral services for Ole H. Olson, 50, of 14541 N. Federal, who vas found dead" Tuesday, will be held Friday morning at 11 o'clock at the Colonial funeral chapel With the Rev. Alvin N. Rogness pastor of Trinity Lutheran church, officiating. Services also will be held at the Bethany Lutheran church at Thompson at 2 p. m. Friday. Bur- ial will be at Rose Hill cemetery. Thompson. Mr. Olson was born in Norway, Aug. 30. 1899. lie- came to the United States in 1900 and settled with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hans Olson, in the vicinity of Thompson. In 1939 he camo to Mason City where he was employed as a mechanic. He made his home with Annetta Lar.son. Surviving are 5 sisters and 3 brothers. The body will lie in state at the Colonial funeral home until the time of services. Mrs. Carpenter Dies in Hospital Funeral Services Are Not Complete City, and 2 sons, M. M. Carpenter, Grceley, Colo., and F. M. Car- Ijcnlci-, Oskaloosn, Iowa, and 10 grandchildren and 2 great grandchildren. Two sisters, Mrs. Jeannette GuUii'ie, Viola, Iowa, and Mrs. Maggie Shoemaker, Fail-field, and 2 brothers, Charles and John Martin, of Iowa, also survive. • Funeral arrangements are incomplete, ^he Patterson-James funeral home in charge. Almost 43 million cars of railway freight were loaded in the United States during 1948. Mrs. E. W. Carpenter, 73, of 110 24th S. W., died at a local hospital Tuesday evening, following a short illness. Mrs. Carpenter was born Jan. 1, 187G, at Flagler, Iowa. Surviving are her husband, 3 daughters, Mrs. H. F. (Blanche) Seth, Mason City, Mrs. Con (Helen) Reclc- tenwald, Arcadia, Iowa, and Mrs.. _. Charles A. (Marie) Larson, Mason I in this community lor 75 .years. Attend Funeral Garner—County Supt. Charles S. Whitney, County Treasurer Roy L. McMillin and Mr. and Mrs. Fred C. Missal attended the double funeral o£ Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Madson at Lake Mills Sunday afternoon. Supt. Whitney and Mr. Macison were 'classmates at Upper Iowa university. for Wbstinghouse Pioneer Honored Lclaiul—Pete Brandstad, pioneer settler in Lejand, was honored by his children on the celebration of his 88th birthday. He has lived < VALUABLE COUPON SWEETHEART SOAP 4 Bars for 23c Limit—3 Deals Morris Food Store it's 20 East SUte Phone 17 TRY A G-G CLASSIFIED AD Globe-Gazette Photo OUTSTANDING NEWSPAPERBOYS—These are 3 of the Globe-Gazette's top newspaperboys and the trio combined has put $225 away in savings, part of the total of §9,- . 217.50 in savings by all carriers. Left to right, they are Tom ; *W.; Paul* Smith, 217 6th S. Pirkl, 712 Jersey S. E., and Jerry Bradbury, 234 8th S. E. This, week is national newspaper week and Saturday is newsboy day to be observed by a movie party for Globe - Gazette newspaper boys. Smith has had his route for 11 months. His route of 66 goes from the Knights of Columbus building at 2nd and South Federal south to 4th and west on 4th S. W. Pirkl carries "uptown" be- \\\\\\\\UU1I//// inning at the Globe - Gazette, ; overing the Brick and Tile-bulking and circling a square block of he "loop." He's been carrying 5 months and makes 112 deliv- ries. Bradbury starts at 6th and South Federal and covers an area rom Federal to Georgia S. E., vith 109 papers. He's been on lis route for 22 months. WATCHES ftkmcharcic* DIAMONDS 12 East State Says Toostmasters Club Gives Unique Chance to Practice The fact that everyone must get on his feet and talk at every weekly session and gets plain spoken criticism according to established rules gives members of the Toastmasters club an unique opportunity, declared Dr. R. O. Masters at the Tuesday evening session. No other public speaking course gives as much opportunity for practice, said the new club president, and that practice is the reason for the outstanding improvement made by some of the members. He noted also that the club has helped most those men who were too nervous to give an acceptable speech at their first appearance Its sole purpose is the self improvement of the members, he added.. • Speakers at the meeting nex Tuesday evening at the Hotel Hanford, the president announced, wil •be 5 new members giving, thei first talks. They are Jack Sargenl W. M. Oleson, Don Helbeling, -W C. Yenerich and K. E. Kalahar. Toastmaster will be Gene.Kroen ing, R. I. MacGregor will be topic master, C. D. Hilton, chief critic and Orel Nichols, timer. A TERRIFIC PRICE CUT! in our entire stock of Quality Fall and Winter Merchandise. Compare the quality and price. Now is the time to do your fall and winter buying. We will show you that savings are immense. GENUINE ARMY Work Shoe $245 Sizes ^*'i 6 A to 13 Brand New Alpaca Lined Flight Pants . . $3.92 Genuine 100% Wool Army O. D. BLANKET $3.92 - $4.41 Army O. D. Cotton SOCKS, lOpr. . . 98c M. D. Corduroy BATHROBES 98c, Special Bargain Prices on New 100% Wool PLAID JACKETS S $7.95 New 100% Wool Navy Blue Crew Neck Small Sizes, 4 to 12, Only 4 - 98 SWEATERS Values to $4.50 Sixes 36 to 46 Heavy Wool . . . Knee Length BOOT SOCKS What a Sock . . . What a Buy Wool Lined . . . With Large Storm Collar MACK1NAWS $3.50 Brand New 50% Wool . . . Lightweight SOCKS Sixes 11-13 up pr. Herringbone Twill WORK JACKETS each Genuine M-43 FIELD JACKET Water repellent,wind-resistant . . . has draw- spring at waist TIIFSG <!IVK AWAY PRICES CANNOT BE DUPLICATED B & 0 EXCHANGE 1312 NORTH FEDERAL 12 South Federal TO EXTRAORDINARY VALUES! 27-inch White Outing Flannel Ideal for pajamas and baby things. Snugly warm. LIMITED 5 YDS. TO A CUSTOMER Main Floor 39-inch Rayon Dress Fabrics FIRM WEARING — SLEEK DRAPING GOOD QUALITY — SOLID COLORS Royal, White, Green, Brown, Wine, Tan, Light Blue. Main Floor Wrinkle Proofed f Rayon Gabardine SUITS Deeptone Luncheon Cloths 52x52 — FESTIVE • SOLID COLORS • LONG SERVICE • TABLE BEAUTY! 52x70 as above 2.29 Aldens Linen Shop SHEETS-CASES 81x99 1.79 81x108 . 1 69 Pillow Cases 42x36 Top Quality Found in Higher Priced Suits! Lustrous woven-for-wear Rayon Gabardine. Choice of Wine, Grey, Green. 12 to 20. — Second Floor — V Children's Dresses - Playwear • 3 to 6 WASHABLE DRESSES • 4 to 6x FLANNEL SHIRTS • S-M-L TUMBLE TOGS Infants' Wear — 2nd Floor Special Reductions On Phoenix Anklets Discontinued Numbers of 49c and 59c Values. Ass't. Sizes. Main Floor Savings For Men! UNDERSHIRTS - SHORTS Athletic Shirts Broadcloth Shorts • Durable Combed Cotton Shirts. Sixes 34 to 44 O Comfort Cur Sanforized Shorts Sixes 30 to 44 Most Complete Selection of HANDBAGS in Town At Plastic, Suedine, Faille, Broadcloth, Double Woven Cotton, Guimpes BLACK — GREEN — RED NAVY — TAN — BROWN — Main Floor —

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