Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on October 4, 1949 · Page 2
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18 Oct. 3, 1949 Mison C»y Globe-Gazelle, Mason City, In. Clear Lake Briefs Mrs. Roy Benedict, North Shore drive; daughter, Mrs. Lloyd Sea- Strom, and her daughter, Pamela Kay, Albert Lea, Minn., returned Friday evening from a trip to Chicago and Elgin, 111., where they spent 2 weeks. They went to take Mrs. Benedict's mother, Mrs. Clara *M. Jackson, who had been at Clear Lake 6 weeks, home. For Sale: Carpet, 12x23. Ph. 361. Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Verbeck- moes left Thursday to spend a few days with relatives and friends at Nauvoo and Peoria, 111. Holeproof Nylon hose $1.25 up. Nichols Shop. Miss Hilda Peterson's mother was moved from Lake Mills to one of the Frank Barlow cottages by ambulance Sunday. This is an annual trip. Neal, the- Cleaner, to close Oct 3 to 9 for vacations. Mrs. Ida Zobel was moved Saturday from Mercy hospital, Mason City, to her home, 514 Vincent street, New Nelly Don Cotton Dresses. $8.95 ea. Nichols Shop. Mrs. Walter Woodiwiss, 120 Gold Nugget street, arrived Sunday from the home of her son, Arnold Woodiwiss, Manly, where she spent 2 weeks following an operation on her hip at a Mason City hospital. The hip is improving and she can get around some. L/uxite Nylon Briefs; blue, pink or white. $1.95 pr. Nichols Shop. Mrs. Don O'Neill accompanied Mr. O'Neill on a trip to Ohio Monday and will be gone about 2 weeks. Their son, Jerry, will stny with his granduncle, Leo Stork, and family, during their absence. For Rent: 3 rm. downstairs apt. Adults. Ph. 407-W. Joe Grady was honored by a group of 41 friends from Mason City, Clear Lake and Manly Sunday who gathered at his home Clear Lake Globe Gazette PAl'liH IS NOT DELIVERED BY 0:0(1 I'. M, I'll. 3SU OR TM. NO COMI'LAINTS CAN HE ACCIil-THU AFTEK li:4» V\iss Alice Riter Speaker For "International Night" 1— ....^.— ^-jL**+**~*f~aa^^*t*m Don't Neglecr Slipping FALSE TEETH Do false teeth, drop, slip or wabbli when you talk, eat, laugh or sneeze Don't be annoyed and- embarrassed o> such, handicaps. FASTEETH. an alka line (non-acid) powder to sprinkle o your plates, keeps false teeth mor firmly set Gives confident feeling of se curity and added comEorL No gummy gooey, pasty taste or feeling. Get FAS TEETH today at any drug store. Clear Lake—Miss Alice Riter, Mason City history instructor who ourcd Europe the past summer, vill be guest speaker for Inter- lalional night to be observed by Beta Omicron chapter o£ Beta Sigma Phi at the home of Mrs. Arleigh Eddy, 213 N. Elm street, Tuesday evening at 8. The change of location has been made from City hall where the meeting was first scheduled. Mrs. William Bickl'ord, Jr., president of the sorority, states that International night is being held for the purpose of acquainting members and guests with what is going on in the rest of the world. Miss Riter visited several European countries and has first hand information for her address. Smorgasbord arrangements are in charge of Mmes. Warren Jacobson and Robert Young. Mr. und Mrs. L. C. Stuart returned Sunday evening from Jackson, Mich., where they visited their daughter, Mrs. D. J. Woodworth, and family. They took a side trip to Mackinaw City and Saturday saw the Detroit-Cleveland game at Detroit. MISS ALICE RITER 102 South Federal Phone SCO A Lovelier Figure is Yours With Globe-Gazelle Photo SING WESTERN SONGS FOR "ROUNDUP"— Girl Scouts of troop 8 'pantomimed a of western songs for the program of the "Fall Roundup'- held at Mclntosh Woods o-rou! o wesern songs ^ ate park Sunday afternoon 'with about 150 Girl Scouts and Brownies from Clear Lake, G- nor and Belmond present. In the picture, left to right, front row, are Marge, Gowdy Nomi Nelson and Lds Pu B h and in thebackrow Karen Casper** Sally Carroll and Oak street, lo celebrate Duane, Mason City over the v - /tl * „ , ,. i i :,-, ^.nlaUi-o t i/-\ti r\f rnP his birthday. A p'otluck dinner was served and the afternoon was spent in visiting. * Follow "World Series on electric Scoreboard at Johnny's Recreation parlors. Dr. and Mrs. G. W. Darnell, 414 E. Main street, entertained their children and families, Mrs. R. S. Estey and Suellen, West Union; Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Gross and Gretchen, Strawberry Point; Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Darnell and Paula Jean, Fort Dodge, and Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Mason and Robert at WOLFS GOOD HI for bedridden patients! « '^Ssltt. weekend in celebration of the birthdays of Mrs. Darnell and Mrs. Gross which were on Sunday and of Mrs. Mason which is Tuesday. New Luxite Rayon slips; pink, white or black, $3.95 each. Nichols Shop. Chris Johnston and Bob Krueger and their fraternity brother, Bob White, students at Iowa State college, Ames, spent the weekend at their homes. Mr. White caught a fine string of fish while here. Arlen Duesenberg and Robert Furleigh also were home from Ames for the weekend. Mrs. George Dawson, Brampton. N. Dak., and. her sister-in-law, Mrs. George Lunn, were guests Friday of Mrs. James Miller, cousin of Mrs. Dawson's husband. Mr. and Mrs. S. G. Overholt returned to Muscatine Sunday evening after spending the weekend at their cottage which they closed for the season. On Sunday they attended a family picnic at the A B. Phillips home. Other guests were Dr. and Mrs. Allan *Corine Ashland, represented the The girls 'Bar X" ranch and Clear Lake leaders were in charge. In keeping with the roundup the m e troop 7 represented the "Sky Bar" ranch and troop 6 the "Square G" ranch. Both had Clear Lake leaders. The troop 5 "Dude Ranch," was led by Belmond women. The Brownie troops appeared in "Melody Ranch" with Gacpcr leaders and senior aides. Form Campfire Circle . All ranches met for a roundup in a circle around the campfire for a program directed by Mrs. Henry Volstad, council program committee chairman. Mrs. Robert Roseland sketched the r a n c h signs. Lunch followed the roundup. Swimmers badges earned during the summer were presented Donna Ouverson, L o r a Nelson, Diane Duesenberg, Judy White, Greta Anderson, Myrna Reynolds, Hilbcrl C. Frenz, 703 S. Oak street, who entered Mercy hospital, Mason City^, Sept. 18 and underwent surgery Sept. 24, is improving daily and hopes to be dismissed by the close of the week. [flow You Con fn/oy /Many of the Advantages] of a Hospital Bed —in You? Own Home. 1 THE NEW DJUSTABED "fifc T^--, M A K t R S OF M E N G E L GERMANIZED FURNITURE ONLY 29 95 Here's a simple, practical, moncy.-saving way to bring welcome relief to those who find an ordinary bed unsatisfactory. The new Adiustabed—made of sturdy plywood—when placed between spring and mattress—permits the user to relax in restful, comfortable positions that can be easily altered. Available now in single bed size for use with single or double bed Ask your physician about it today! The Mengel Adjustabed is made of two pieces of H ', 5-ply Plvwood In the flat position i,t becomes a bed board. It is notched «nd hinged for easy adjustments into seven different positions for the upper trunk and five different positions for flexing the hips and knees. THE ADJUSTABED HAS BEEN RECOMMENDED FOR., WHERE o bed boord is needed, as is frequently the case in treatment of backadies WHERE a patient is required to sleep in sitting, or semi-recumbent positions, os K often necessary in heart diseases WHERE breathing in the supine position is difficult, K in asthma and other chest conditions WHERE elevation of the lower extrem- «Pol«iM applied ities K prescribed, os in coses of poor circulation FOR comfort of elderly persons FOR cases where traction treatment h used, to prevent discomfort from sliding in bed FOR reducing the number of hospital days TO facilitate eating for bed-ridden patients TO facilitate use of the bedpan . Phillips and family, Des Moines; Mr. and Mrs. Harold Phillips and family, Midland Heights, .Mason City, and Dr. and Mrs. Donald Phillips and family. Mrs. John Lnngren, a former Clear Lake resident, is spending a few weeks at the home of Mrs. H$len Hansen Wistey. ' Hans Tofte, Mason City, a Danish national who had many experiences during World war II, will be the speaker lor the Congregational Men's fellowship Oct. 17. Mrs. Vcrncm Hollister, Camp Grounds, was dismissed Friday from Mercy hospital, Mason City. and is convalescing at home. She is reported getting along fine. Many members of the- Clear Lake Rotary club and of the Mason City Garden club, as well as others who had heard the news, visited Leonard Rodewald's chrysanthemum garden at the Julia Copley farm Sunday afternoon. The fame of the ffne garden is spreading and people are coming from greater distances daily lo sec the plants. The .iunior choir of the Christian church will meet at the church Tuesday at 4, it was announced Monday. This will be regular date each week. Cub Scouts Prepare for Pack Meeting Clear Lake—Cub Scouts, den 6, the Wedobs, met "Wednesday evening alter school with Mrs. C. E. Ashland. Plans were made for the pack, meet and Ralph Winkle treated. A game ot football followed the meeting. Terry Mullan and Donnie Banks were guests of den 1, the Mustangs, Thursday at the Syd Thompson home. The Cubs practiced for the pack meet and Roger Westover treated. Tomachicks oC den 9 met with Mrs M. L. Knutson for a briel session Thursday and discussed the pack meet. The next regular meeting will be Thursday at 4:15 Paul Ellgcn and Melvin Fischei were welcomed as new members to Cub Scout den 2, Flying Eagles at the home of Mrs. Charles Davis The former led the flag ceremony. The boys played games and told, stories. Mary Jo Gard, Beverly Hildreth, Sandra Swale, Janet O'Meara, Patty McGowan, Carol Anne Jordan, Jane Duesenberg, Judy Lerdal, Dianne Hintzman, Virginia Bock and Sharon Yohn. The latter are from Garner. Receive Badges Receiving outdoor cook badges were Myrna Reynolds, Greta Jean Anderson, Jane Kay Duesenberg, Mary Jo Gard, Carol Anne Joran, Diane Duesenberg, Beverly Hildreth, Sharon Stuart, Donna Ouverson, Janice Olson, Barbara Karen Hansen (Belmond), Karen Fischer and Beverly Duesen- jerg. Beginning this week, each troop vill hold weekly meetings at 4 p. m. on the designated days. SPEAKING TUESDAY — Mrs. Helen Hass Mitchell, Council Bluffs, but formerly of Mason City, will tell of her trip to Europe last spring for the Civic League program at City hall Tuesday at 2:30. Mrs. Mitchell was one of 11 Iowa women in a group of 30 who made a trip to Europe to learn what they could of the recovery program, to make friends with the women of Europe and to be able to tell what she learned to her friends in Iowa. The tea committee includes Mmcs. Manuel and Sidny Brownstone, co-chairmen, assisted by Mmes. E. R. Boyle, James E. Gilruth, H. S. Hushaw, Harry Eliasen, Dean W. Clapsaddle, E. E. Chappell, L. G. Stunkard, Floyd Shreve, Paul VanLoan, M. J. Hockaday. Syd Thompson and Lillian Overtoil. ADVENTURE ROMANCE / CORNS Go Fast! Mt. Vernon Township 4-II club wilt meet Monday evening in Burchinal hall. stantly stop painful shoo friction, lift pressure. Quickly remove corns. Cost but n trifle. Get a box todny. At drug, shoe, dept, stores. D- r SchollsZind'pads Jf EMILIELORING In a colorful art colony off the coast of Maine, Frances Phillips, beautiful young heiress, finds romance—and danger! As Fran and her brilliant young attorney, Myles JaRray turn amateur detectives to solve the mystery surrounding the disappearance of a valuable painting, the action mounts to daredevil heights. Don't miss one installment of this exciting new newspaper-serial! Begins Oct. 6 in MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE with the famous Unit of Vital Control "Hard lofit" is no longer the excuse for women who despair of having a more fashionable figure. 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