Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on September 29, 1949 · Page 16
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 16

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10 Sept. 28, 1949 Mason Cify Globc-Gazetl*, Mason City, la TEN CUBS GRADUATED-Ten Cub Scouts of Harding School Pack o'we^gmduated into scouting Tuesday evening at the Y. M. C. A., with about 100 parents, Cubs and S-vf m , ^tendance. The group is sponsored by the Harding Parent Teachers association The photo shows the graduation ceremony. From left to right are Scoutmaster Leslie bnyder of Harding Troop 9, conducting the ceremony; Paul De Jong, Boy Scout, who assisted with the ceremony;* ! Howard Clearman,' Scoutmaster of Troop 10; and the 10 Cubs respectively, Clarence Koppen, Carl Nichols, Volney Hansen, Jimmy Findlay, Jack Huzl, Jack Fisher, Billy Holder, GO/ New Treatment Gets Real Results Don't let your child suiter a single needless rainute ot distress with Pin-Worms. And it can happen. Medical experts report that an amazing number of children'{and adults too) are victims of these ugly pests that live and grow inside the human body. You should and can do something about Pin-Worms. A new, scientific treatment— Jayna's P-W Vermifuge-offers real relief. P-W contains a special, medically-approved ingredient that destroys Pin-Worms in the intestine and removes them from the body. So watch for the warning signs of Pin- Worms in your family... fidgeting, nose picking and especially the nagging, irritating: rectal itch. Then ask your druggist for P-W, the small, easy-to-take tablets perfected by the famous Jayne Co., specialists in worm remedies for over 100 years. De- ttroy those Pin-Worms... relieve that itch. Just Remember: P-W ® for Pin-Worm«l Larry Schollian, Jerry Sweiger and Michael Clearman. Seven new Cubs were taken into the pack. They were Russell El- 1 • _ ii. T^. • •«• w __ with impressive candlelight cere- of Cedar Rapids called on Ches- mony. "*. . -Awards were presented to the ter friends recently. Mr John- following Cubs: Charles Utter, son spent his boyhood days in this wolf; George Ruszat, assistant community ari '° W , M badge ' SllV6r ai " Webelos badges, the highest rank in Cubbing, were awarded to Jerry Sweiger, Michael Clearman, Jack Huzl and James Findlay. Roy Findlay, Cub committee chairman, introduced the committee men and den mothers and announced the October committee meeting at the Howard Sampson home, 745 15th Place N. E., Oct. 4 at 8 p. m. Willis White, Cubmaster, presided, with Frank Huzl, assistant. MERCHANDISE MART ONLY 3 DAYS LEFT — OF OUR GREAT ANNIVERSARY SALE EXTRA SPECIAL Brand New — O. D. Herringbone Twill COVERALLS 3.99 NEW —AIR CORPS FLIGHT SUITS Made of tail Bryd clolh — zipper front anil zipper pockets — Medium sizes. 5.95 SPECIAL — BRAND NEW Wrist Watches 1 Yr. Factory Guarantee. Luminous Dial. • Unbreakable Crystal. PLUS TAX Brand New — H. B. T UTILITY JACKET, 36 to 44 $1.77 New — Grey Fleece Lined SWEAT SHIRTS, All Sixes $139 Cotton WORK SOX 5 Pair $1.00 50% Wool WORK SOX 3 Pair $1.00 Brand New Brown Jersey GLOVES 5 Pair " $1.00 SPECIAL Men's Dress Anklets WHILE THEY LAST 10 PAIR Brand New — Army Style COMBAT BOOTS, 7V 2 to 12 $5.55 Brand New — 100% Wool ARMY BLANKETS . . $4.88 BRAND NEW CAN-VAC TREATED TARPAULINS ALL SIZES AVAILABLE LOWEST PRICES IN TOWN Compare Them and See For Yourself mcKiriMrai/ioe IYIHK i "THE STORE WITH THE BRIGHT R.ED *R6NT" 119 SOUTH FFDFKAL - PHONE 1605 HERE and THERE Rapids, and Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Merritt, Grundy Center. Chester — Atty. E. A. Johnson Rapids, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Robertson, came for a week's vacation from her duties at the Peter Pan bakery. St. Ansgar— Byrene Lou Lowman of St. Ansgar has reported as a candidate for the Iowa State Teachers college marching band at Cedar Falls. Calmar—Miss Florence Yager, who teaches at Lone Rock, spent the weekend at her home here. Marble Rock—Mrs. Eno Reiter has returned home from the Cedar Valley hospital. Ackley—Miss Jule Spengler of Santa Ana, Cal., who was accompanied by Delores Quaid of Anaheim, Cal., is visiting in the home of Mrs. Emma Gresslin. Miss Quaid is attending the Sacred Heart school and is staying with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Sicard. Hanlontown — Janis Colby returned to her home here Monday after being in a Mason City hospital for almost a week. She underwent minor surgery- Janis plans to return to Iowa City later in the week to resume her graduate work at the State university. Lake Mills — Harry S. Tvito, town marshal, accompanied by Homer and Lucile, left for a short vacation visit at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Tvito at Atchison, Kans. Fertile—Mrs. D. R. Welch has been 'confined to her bed the past week. Lake Mills—Mrs. Carl Opsahl of Holstad, Minn., the former Olina Trontvet, a daughter of Mrs. Sarah Trontvet, has been visiting here at the home of her mother and 2 brothers, Joseph and George Trontvet. Lake Mills—Warren A. Nelson has returned from Minneapolis where he has completed his law course at the University of Minnesota. Bancroft — Mr. and Mrs. John Orvick, Ledyard, are the parents of a daughter born Sept. 20 at the C. J. Stauder home. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Hutchinson are the parents of a daughter born Sept. 21 at the Stauder home. St. Ansgrar—Mrs. Meta Kroneman is spending a few days at the home of her son, Clarence Kroneman, and family at Mason City. Scarville — Mrs. F. J. Yineman left for Chicago where she will visit with Mrs. M. G. Dakin at the Oscar Berg arid Roy Dakin homes. Wesley — Mrs. Pearly Haynes and her granddaughter, Katherine Farnum, will leave Oct. 2 for Ft. Worth, Tex., to visit the Harley Haynes family for 10 days. Scarville—Recent guests at the C. N. Larson home were Mr. and Mrs. Martin Holland of Brownsdale, Minn., and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Walvick and Mrs. Sam Ellingson of Elbow Lake, Minn. Wesley — Mr. and Mrs. Pearly Haynes, Jr., left recently for their home in El Paso, Tex., following a 2 weeks' visit with relatives. Chester—The Lutheran congregation gave a welcome reception to their new pastor and wife, the Rev. and Mrs. Elmer H. Dohle. Guest speaker was the Rev. Mr. Nelson of Ostrander. Lakota — Mr. and Mrs. P. C. Gielenfeldt and son, Junior, and John Spear have returned from a week's fishing trip at International Falls, Minn. Manly — Mrs. O. I. Wren, who has lived for many years in her home at Manly, has moved to Kensett where she will live in the home of her daughter, Mrs. Russell Daniels. Harry Morgan has rented the Wren property in Manly and will take possession Oct. 1. St. Ansgar—Mr. and Mrs. John Dixon of Van Nuys, Cal., and Mr. and Mrs. John Johnson of Council Bluffs were recent guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Anderson. Ionia—Ivan Pfanku came from Arena, Wis., for a visit with his cousin, Roy Wright, and family. Rake — Mr. and Mrs. Morgan Havnen and Jon of Des Moines and Mrs. Orville Anderson of Story City visited at the A. J. Havnen and Fred and Carl Havnen homes recently. Ionia—Mr. and Mrs. Peter Roths received word, of the death of their sister-in-law, Mrs. Jacob Roths, who lived at Colwich, Kans. Osagc—The 90 acre Leo Jontz farm near Mclntire has been sold to W. P. Snydcr, Des Moines, with possession March 1. Mr. Snyder has been employed in DCS Moines. Ionia — Mr. and Mrs. Amos Springer and Mrs. John Marvots visited relatives at Monona. usmess All Sales No Refunds or Lay-aways ALE FIXTURES FOR SALE . . .PRICED DRASTICALLY LOW • Building For Rent I Have Bought the Entire Stock of Men's Clothing of the CLOTHIERS 212 North Federal Every Item in the Store Must Go!... Check These Give-Away Prices ... You're Sure to Find Many Items You'll Want. Be Here When the Doors Open.—Sidney Reuben Sale Starts Thurs., Sept. 29 - 9 a. m. Men's Summer LACKS ALL WOOL Scarfs Values to 3.50 Men's Alpaca Lined STORMCOATS 1 Lot Only Values to 8.95 MEN'S DRESS HATS '4.00 Values 1 Lot Values to 42.50 All Wool Men's MEN'S TIES! Top Coats 3 Only Values to 1.50 DRESS SHIRTS I Over Coats 27.95 Values Men'j Rain Coats Reversible $9 Value Suits $60 Value Values to $5. Whites and Colors, Including French Cuffs. Known Brands. Marlboro & Shapley 1 Only Tuxedo Size 38. $60 Value 3S 89 Values to $40 ALL WOOL SLEEVELESS Sweaters Values to 4.95 1 Lot Slacks Values to 4.95 1 LARGE LOT OF MEN'S ALL WOOL WORSTED SUITS 3 Men's SUMMER SUITS 29.95 Value 12.95 $55 Values 4 Only—All Wool Hand Tailored TROPICALS Value 21*89 Fancy All Wool DRESS GLOVES 79c All Leather and Leather Trim DRESS GLOVES Men': Topcoats Men's Long Sleeve SPORT SHIRTS Values to $5 Hand Tailored SUITS 47.50 Values JACKETS Galore Prices Slashed $70 and $80 Values KATZ CLOTHIERS 212 North Federal Mason City

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