Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on October 6, 1949 · Page 22
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 22

Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, October 6, 1949
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„ 6 Oct.. 5, 19491 MM«B City Globe-Gazette, Mason CHy, la. | Driver Dodges Calf, Auto Lands in Ditch Rockford — Miss Barbara Nissen, daughter of Will Nissen, suffered minor injuries when the Dodge coupe she was driving rolled over into a ditch near the William Milloy farm west of town. As Miss Nissen was coming over a hill -at about 30 miles an hour a calf appeared in the road and she took the ditch to avoid hitting it. The car was demolished. Plays at Congress Orchard — The Orchard high school band has accepted an invitation from the secretary of the age bins in the county had these be its guest Thursday. The band, under the direction of O. K. Conklin, will play a concert in the - forenoon and again in the afternoon. NEW LOW PRICES MEETINGS In North Iowa IIANLONTOWN—The Goodwill circle will hold a bazar at the Kittleson schpolhouse Thursday. The women will sell fancy work of all kinds, baked goods and lunches. HAMPTON—St. Rita's circle of St. Patrick's Catholic church will meet Thursday evening with Mrs. H. C. Cahill. ALTA VISTA—Officers of the local Veterans of Foreign Wars Auxiliary were to be installed at exercises in the V. F. W. hall Wednesday night. BRISTOW — The Evangelical United Brethren church will observe rally day Sunday. ST. ANSGAR—The W. S, C. S. of the Methodist church will meet Thursday, Oct. 13. GARNER —The Britt Busy Beavers girls' 4-H club held its annual meeting recently at the home of Marlys Marshall and elected Mildred Hejlik president for the new year. Carol Rasmussen was elected vice president; Lois Gatch, secretary-treasurer; Beverly Fisher, reporter; Sharon Schaper, historian. HAMPTON—Mrs. Raymond Barnes will entertain the Baptist Women's union Thursday afternoon. GOODELL —Mrs. H. M. New- gord and Lula Wilkins will be You will be amazed at the VALUES Select Your Diamond Now On Our Lay-away Plan. EASY BUDGET TERMS WATCHES OKAMONDS 12 East State hostesses to the Legion Auxiliary Thursday evening in the Newgord home. IOWA FALLS—Iowa Falls chapter, OES, will meet in the Masonic hall Friday evening. CHAPIN—The W. S. C. S. will meet in the Methodist church parlors Thursday afternoon with Mrs. W. A. Dodd and Mrs. Howard Phil pot as hostesses. HAMPTON—The Hampton Fellowship of Congregational Christian Women will meet in the church parlors Thursday afternoon. DUMONT—The Salem Ladies' Aid will meet Thursday afternoon in the church parlors. DUMONT — The senior Dorcas society of the Reformed church will meet Thursday evening in the church parlors. HAMPTON—The W. S. C. S. of the Methodist church will meet Thursday afternoon in the library club rooms. DUMONT—The Ladies' Aid of the Reformed church was to meet Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. Sweer Hovenga." MESERVEY—The fall conference of the Women's Missionary union will be held Friday in the Reformed church at Wellsburg. The delegate from the Meservey Reformed church is Mrs. K. C. Ruigh. ROCK FALLS— The Women's Society of Christian Service will hold its October meeting Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Rose Maher. Ask Damages in Death Crash Hampton — Guy L. Moore, of Hampton, administrator of the estate of the late LeRoy Moore, has filed suit in district court here for $25,000 and costs against the Capital Tobacco corporation as a result of a truck-car collision last July 8, in which Moore was killed. The accident occured at a rural intersection £ mile north of Bradford. Plaintiff charges negligence on the part of the company and its driver in that the defendant failed to yield the right of way or to maintain a proper lookout, was operating the truck at an excessive and unreasonable rate of speed and failed to have the truck under control. Driver of the truck was Loras Forrest of Charles City. 102 South Federal Phone 860 CEDAR CHEST Lay-Away Sale! 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LARGE CEDAR HOPE CHEST 95 Stlf-riting fray 44 Carefully matched Burl Walnut veneers and striped diagonals enhance the simple lines of this chest. Double strips of marquetry trim. C. COMPARE AT 59.95 :: SAVEI |95 Extra Lara* s/*z« 49 Matched and contrasting Burl and striped veneers „.. fine marquetry trim. Removable iclf-rising tray. Many other Deluxe features! VETERAN'S This Is The LAST MONTH! Diamonds (Ends October 31) Present Your Credentials! Charge - Cash - Lay-away! ASK RAY SENEY Over 40 Years in Mason City 102 South Federal Phone 860 THIS WEEK ONLY REG. 69.95 .,. A 3-IN-l VALUE! TILT-CHAIR AND OTTOMAN SALE! • High-Pile Frieze Upholstery • Kiln-dried hardwood frames A tilt-chair, a platform rocker, a generous lounge chair with ottoman at one low sale price! Operates easily with convenient hand lever. Attached innerspring seat cushion over No-Sag steel spring base . .. comfort sfyied button back, button tufted ottoman. Walnut finished v/ood arms and base. 4988 On Terms: Only Down, Balance Monthly

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