Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on October 4, 1949 · Page 13
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Jerry Frahm Rites Conducted; Burial at Memorial Park Prayer services for Jerry Charles Frahm, 3 year old son of Mr. and Mrs. John F. Frahm, Clear Lake, were held Sunday afternoon at the McAuley and Son chapel, with the Rev Warner M. Hubbard, pastor of the First Methodist church Clear Lake, officiating.. ' Mrs. Roscoe E. Patton played ' Lullaby" and "PreciXS Mrs. Mike Ames and Mrs. Ed Bluhm were in charge of flowers Many friends and relatives attended the services. Pallbearers were Ed Bluhm and Mike Ames. Interment was at MP- morial Park cemetery. The McAuley and Son funeral home in charge. |Charles City Briefs Aviation boatswains mate 3/c and Mrs. Malcolm Huffman of Memphis, Tenn., are the parents of a son born Sept. 22, in the Naval hospital in Memphis. Pater- iral grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Feltus, 107 Stony Point Road. . Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Champion, 900 Ferguson street, received a phone call telling, of the birth of a daughter Sept. 24 to their son, Edward and wife, of Mt. Leonard, Mo. Mrs. Champion is the former Lillian Brandau of Rudd. Mr. and Mrs. J, S. Staudt of Marble Rock, received a cablegram Sept. 24 announcing the birth of a daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Francis Wilkie of Havana, Cuba. Mrs. Wilkie is thS former Elizabeth Staudt of M,arble Rock. She was formerly superintendent of the Anglo American hospital in Havana. FREE BOOK ON ARTHRITIS AND RHEUMATISM Excelsior Springs., Mo., Oct. 3— So success ,u t ,as « ^ ^a system proven for treating rheumatism and arthritis that ~n amazing new book will be sent free to any reader of this paper who will write for it. For those who suffer with aches, pains, stiff or sore joints nervousness,, over acidity, systemic toxemia, colitis, or other rheumatic symptoms, this book entitled, "Rheumatism," fully explains why drugs and medicines give only temporary relief and fail to remove the causes of the trouble. The Ball Clinic, Excelsior Springs, Missouri, has perfected a specialized system of treatment for rheumatism and arthritis combined with the world famous min- cia-L .eis «i,d baths. This system of trt. •i.c-'t is fully described in the book u.M tells how it may be possible for yon to find freedom from rheumatism. You incur no obligation in sending for this instructive book. It may be the means of saving you years of untold misery. For writing promptly, The Clinic will send their newly enlarged book entitled, "Rheumatism.", Address your letter to The Ball Clinic, Dept. 1419, Excelsior Springs, Missouri, but be sure to write today. TVTTH,H-> rnr»TT/iiy TV • A -. «-.»•, • Sheriff's Of'lce Photo DUMI J 1KUCK —Driver Andrew Chnstensen escaped senous injury when this new panel truck went off the,road H/o miles south of Central Heights Saturday. The new truck, belonging to the Mason City Tent and Awning company, was loaded with metal frames for winter tractor cabs. A deputy sheriff who investigated said it appeared the truck may have struck a 4 by 4 post which was lying in the roadway. Estonians Arrive Decorah—Through the Lutheran welfare society, Liane Kruusma and her 4-year-old son Otto have come to Winneshiek county and are living in the home of the Rev. and Mrs. Oscar E. Engebretson of the Washington Prairie Lutheran church. They are Estonians. Greene — Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Dreier and Mr. and Mrs. Eldo Fick attended the funeral of Mrs. Walter Meyre at Denver, Iowa. mftten you smoke PHILIP MORRIS r Just a few PHILIP Everybody talks about PLEASURE, but only ONE cigarette has really done something about it. That cigarette is PHILIP MORRIS! Remember :'less irritation means more pleasure. And PHILIP MORRIS is the ONE cigarette proved definitely less irritating, definitely milder, than any other leading brand. NO OTHRR CIGARETTE CAN MAKE THAT STATEMENT. YOU'LL BE GLAD TOMORROW- YOU SMOKED PHILIP MORRIS TODAY! NEWS of RECORD Court Borland Elected Vice President of State Association Mr. and Mrs. Call Borland, 206 4th N. E., have returned from Des Moines where they attended the meeting of the Iowa Sewage Works association at which Mr. Borland was elected vice president. Paul Bolton of Des Moines, assistant engineer of the state department of health, was elected president, succeeding Lloyd J. Heller of Fort Dodge. Leo Holt- kamp of Webster City was named secretary-treasurer and P. J. Houser, Des Moines, H. S. Smith, Muscatine, and Prof. W. E. Gallagher, Ames, directors. The sessions were held in the Hotel Kirkwood. The next association convention will'be at Davenport. Oct. 3, 1949 7 Mason- City Globe-Gazette, Mason City, I»» Name Too Apt Denver, (U.R)—rThe. list of names' disqualified for the job of Colorado liquor law enforcement officer included that of Ryland A. Drinkwine. Swaledale — Born to Mr. and Mrs. John Hart at Mercy hospital in Mason City, Sept. 28, a son. Ask Ray Seney 19 EAST STATE STREET Overtime Parking—E. J. .lenson, M:i )lh N. E.; Itusscl Cook. S02 Virginia S. Keith McCoiirt. HIH Ilitli N. E.; Harold chimrr, -K:> Ultli S. W.: Louise Miickct. •Ith N. W., and Sirs. JLeo Donnelly, !(i 8lh N. W., each forfeited SI hond. Improper Tiirklng—A. M. Smith, (ill) cffersim N. \V.; Tom F. Cain, 701 S. ederal; Jim HiiUcll. W'.'.t Virginia S. E.; omlnlc Trank, 17:U Delaware N. E.; Villiam Benson, l:J7 2nd S. W.; Lloyd L. .per, r.'l Mth S. E.; Mrs. Harold L'lcn, !:i 7th S E.; Earl 1.. Gerard. 1:107 Jcffcr- on N. W.; Leon Adrlon, :m 21st S. U.; icliard Koonc, Nnra Springs; ICobert leery, 1(33 'Jlh N. E-; Mrs. Cecil V. 1'etcr- on, route ~; Kusaell V. Ketso, t-ia 5th W.; Elmer Nelson, 2M fllh N. K-, and rvlng Fross, 005 1'^tli N. E., each torched SI bond. Careless driving and leaving scene of ccldciit—Kayniond I'. Mugan, 1 l!l 18th S. fined S'ir, on first count and SU'O on nil. Leaving scene and failure to report evident—John S. Crawford, route ~, orfeltcd $1110 bond for each count. Careless driving and no driver's II- cnsc—Joe Copas, Brill, fined ¥1111) on irst cnunl and $5 on 2nd. Disorderly Conduct—Samuel King. 821 'oik 1'lnce S. W., and Clarence N. Vard, 2H:J5 "1st S. W., each forfeited r> bond. Intoxication — Raymond F. Stelnes, lockwcll, forfeited Sli> bond. Charles . Reed, 8l;i Pennsylvania S. E., fined 10 and costs. Paul A. Hollar, Nashua, orfeiieu 510 bonii. No Muffler—Harvey G. Mullin, JiB'iU Ilh S. W., and Darrcll I. Baldwin, Iharles Clly, each forfeited t~> bonci. No Driver's License—William Gansc- cld, city, fined $5 and costs. Staff Announced for "The Shadow" New Hampton—Members of the New Hampton high school annual. "The Shadow" have been announced as follows: James Bieber, editor in chief; Betty Ward, associate editor; Dale Krall, business manager; Ruth Kelsey, music editor; Marie Weber, activity editor; Allan Sanderson, sports editor; Barbara Speicher, class and faculty editor; Evelyn Black, senior editor; Anne Roberson, feature editor; Charlotte Swanger and JoAnn Schroeder, typists and general assistants; Dick Wylder and Arnold Speltz, photographers. 3lrths Reported (At ntcrcy Hospital)— Son in Mr. and tlrs. Owen Winfleld, Marble Hock, Sunday. Son lo Mr. and Sirs. Lewis Bacon, Ventura, Sunday. Dauffhlcr to Mr. and Mrs. Rafter Vnnec, 'i:w - :i)tU S. W., Sunday. Daughter ta Mr. urn] Mrs.- Jona* Thompson, Thorntun, Sunday. Son lo Mr. and Mrs. William Wii-LC, l .'i 10th N. W.. Sunday. Son ta Mr. and Mrs. done KrODnlnff, i'il) 'ind N. W., Su*vJn.y. (At I'ark Hospital) — Son ti> Mr. and Mrs. Charles li. Ilrubeti, Kcnsett, irday. Son lo Mr. and Mrs. Edward Herding, Jlear Lake, Sunday. Sat- New Car Sales John J. Collins, Hotel llanford, Cadilac; Raymond II. Hcrkland, "It K. St:itc, Flymnuth; U'. II. I'axton, .1:101 -Ii'ffersou V. \V., Studcbakcr; Dr. C. M. Ffanohcrc, ISO Madison N. W., nuick; M. I>. Mason, •2S lllth N. IV., Bulck; Carl Entiicr. 11U1 st N. E., Plymouth; Charles W. drove, ill 1 ,!: l!nd N. E., Plymouth; John Chris- tenscn, Clear Lake, Ford; Esther I... Scney 'M2 Taylor S. AV., Ford; l-'olsom Auto Co., :ll» N. Federal, Chrysler. NO MORE LAXATIVES FEELS 100% BETTER "Laxatives didn't < help. I was a victim of constipation for 16 years. ButeatingKELLOGG'S ALL-BRAN every morning gives me results! Now, I am regular, feel 100% better. Would like others to know I" David Brownell, Center Ossipee, NGW Hamp. One of the many unsolicited letters from ALL BRAN users. Constipated due to lack of bulk in the diet? Eat _an ounce of toasty ALL-BRAN daily, drink plenty of water. You may never need another laxative! If not satisfied after 10 days, send empty box to Kellogg's, Battle Creek, Mich. DOUBLE YOUR MONEY BACK. Fire Calls At l!:l:i a. m'.. Saturday to 1!UIM S. 7 edcral, wash house at traiicr camp. Dc- 'cctive oil stove. At 1:11 p. m., Sunday to 107 Indiana S. E., home of G. W. G J t: n n. Burning brush got out of control. Realty Transfers Skram Shirley T. & Mary M. To Carson B. Ilowcll & Alta Honker $1 other WD Iv 8 Bile 11 East Park Place add M. . n-8-49. , Graham Kenneth J. & Huth M. To Carl I;. «ch«r!»« & Kathryn SI QCn W. ^lift I. 'I Hlk (i8 Meservey's ndd M. C. l-lli-lll. t,i>orkli> Itaymond It. &• Vlviiin et al To Donald K. Fox a-. I'rgav 1. SI other Q. C. I). 1.10 cxvnpt S.MI fl.' IHkl.'i i'ounR's suhd I. !i, li. !), Ill « part I I A; 'J \V i S Lime Creek I l-!l(!--.'il. !)-•:!!- \\t. Do Your Bit Club Studies Bouquets Clear Lake—Mrs. Roy Highsmith, assisted by Mmes. C. N. Mitchell and Mel Jacobson, entertained Do Your Bit club Wednesday afternoon. Mmes. Leo Swanson and Paul Toppin presented the program on "Bouquet Arrangements." The next meeting is Oct. 12 at the home of Mrs. A. R. Cain. Mmes. Lynn Hyde and Ray Willis will assist. Mrs. Ubbe Winters was presented a wedding anniversary gift by members of Camp Ground Social club at a session held at the home of Mrs. George Edmundson Wednesday afternoon. Mmes. Lyle Medlin and Alvin Mcdlin, Jr., Mason City, and Mrs. Willis Jones, Clear Lake, were guests. Mrs. Ernest Garloc-k entertains in 2 weeks. Mrs. T. A. Hein won high, Mrs. Shirley Kimball 2nd and Mrs. Merle Scanlon consolation at a session of the E. T. C. Bridge club at the home of Mrs. E. A. IVlus- gjerd. Mrs. B. C. Myhr is hostess Oct. 12. Mrs. Walter Wagner entertained O. N. O. club at bridge with Mrs. Herbert Jensen winning high, Mrs. James Lane 2nd and Mrs. Hyle Lowman traveling pmc. Mrs. Vincent Minctte is hostess in 2 weeks. Editors Named Decorah, (U.R)—Marlin fngebrel- son, Forest City, will edit the IflnO edition of the Pioneer at Luther college. Dale Peterson of Warren, Minn., will be assistant editor of the year book. $20, $100, $200, up to $300 MONEY WHEN YOU NEED IT! If you need cash to pay hoapital or dental bills, repair bills, seasonal expenses, or to consolidate overdue bills, come to HFC—Household Finance Corporation. Get a Fresh Start An HFC loan is the fast, sensible way to pay all your bills in one lump sum. Then repay one obligation in monthly instal- ments arranged to fit your need; Fast Service We specialize m fast service. If you need a loan in a hurry, telephone for extra fast service. Loans made on your signature, car or furniture. Cash You Gel V S50 100 150 200 300 MONTHLY PAYMENT PLANS 20 Imrnits $6.75 9.93 13.11 19.31 15 fraynjts $8.40 12.47 16.44 24.31 12 {lay nits $5.03 10.07 14.97 19.78 29.33 6 fraymts $9.24 18.48 27.59 36.60 54.55 1'aymenls include charRes of 3% fer tnntilk on that f,arl of a balnittr not cxcrnlitit fJOO, ami 2% fter month on that part of a balanct in excess of $100. Repayment plans specially arranged to fit your personal need. The sooner you repay, the less ymir Innn rnst.s. Charges jiro made for only the actual time you keep the money. Phono or come in today. MONEY WHEN YOU NEED IT HOUSEHOLD FINANCE I17V 2 N. Federal Avenue 2nd Floor PI1ONR: 541-Mason City /.nim.1 made lo Ktsiiltnts iif Nrar/iy Tainit PENNEY'S Doll AT... BIG... BEAUTIFUL t TRY A G-G CLASSIFIED AD in Penney's Downstairs Store Away her doll today GIVE IT LATER AS A GIFT THEY COO ... 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Big rubber pants and bonnet. Cotton 'stuffed body . . open month and see her teeth and tongue. Squeeze her —she cries.

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