Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on September 29, 1949 · Page 19
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READY FOR DUTY—Signs such as this will call attention to the polio benefit dance to be staged by Mason City Amvets post 92 at the Surf, Thursday, Oct. 6. Getting ready to take this one to its display point is Harry Lewis, publicity chairman of the Amvets, while Ray Stephenson adjutant, looks on. The signs were made by Roy Mathews of the post. to Sponsor Benefit Polio Dance at Surf Oct. 6 Mason City Amvets post 92 is sponsoring a polio benefit dance at the Surf on Thursday, Oct. 6, •with all of the proceeds above expenses to go to the Cerro Gordo county chapter of the National Foundation for Infantile Paralysis. The Surf facilities for the night have been donated by the management. Music will be furnished by Morrow's Melodians, an all-girl orchestra from Des Moines. So far, the special drive for polio funds has been entirely for the national chapter. But tickets for the Surf dance, at $1 each, will benefit the county chapter. Tickets are on sale at Decker Brothers, the Legionnaire club, V. F. W. club, Moose lodge, Elks lodge, Seney jewelry, and Vets club. Bill Oertel and Wayne Wilson are in charge of ,• Amvets ticket sales. Harry Lewis is publicity chairman. At Least 5 Killed in Argentine Air Crash Buenos Aires, (£>)—At least 5 persons were killed Tuesday night m a crash of an Argentinian airliner. One crewman is missing. The ministry of transportation said 19 persons were injured in the crash near Castilla, 155 miles west of Buenos Aires and only 45 minutes away from the airport here. The plane was returning from a mercy mission in Ecuador, where thousands died in an earthquake recently. Waiting at the airport here to greet it was Senora Eva Peron, the wife of the Argentine president. Lake Mills — Mrs. Steven A. Gould of San Diego, Cal., was a guest recently at the home of Agnes and Elizabeth Costello. AIRLINES NEED . . . unmanned young women for glamorous positions as Reservation- ists, Communkationut* or Ho*te**es. At least High School Graduates; age* 17% to 30. Nationwide placement service to graduates. Find out if you can qualify. For Full Information—Mail Coupon ftrhnnle *" srn«c«u Bid*.. DCIUJUIS Mlnne.polti. Minn. J would lik* complete information about Airline opportunities Name „ A». MF.MCG27 IF YOU WANT TO SAVE MONEY THEN YOU SHOULD SHOP B & 0 EXCHANG 1312 North Federal Prices are split wide open during: this hupc stock clearance of Fall and Winter Clothing and Shoes. Come in and see these price smashing: values. GENUINE ARMY WORK SHOE $245 UP Genuine M-43 FIELD JACKET Water repellent, wind resistant . . . has drawstring at waist Wool Lined, Zipper Front Field Jacket $1.96 up Wool SWEAT SHIRTS 49c Herringbone Twill WORK JACKETS or PANTS 98c ea. All Wool O. D. PANTS 2.45-3.92 WAC Cotton Suntan JACKETS 73c SKIRTS 49c Genuine Army O. D. Cotton SOCKS, TOpr. 98c Brand New, All Wool O. D. BLANKETS 3.67 30 or 50 Caliber AMMUNITION BOXES Leather Shell Case 19c 49c Wool Lined COMBAT OVERALLS. 1.96 Brand N«w, Nary, White Wool Cushion Sole SOCKS... 39c Sixes 10 to 12 3 pair 98c HERE and THERE Marble Rock—Mrs. Daisv Varloy and Mrs. Edith Smith of "California, who have spent the summer with their sister and husband, Mr. | and Mrs. Russell Smith, have returned home. Bancroft—Mrs. Elmer Gaddy of Vinton visited with Mrs. Bertha Mansmith. Rake—Glenn Larson submitted to an appendectomy at the Naeve hospital in Albert Lea Friday. Goodell — Mrs. Charles Dahl- rymple of Wichita, Kans., and Mr and Mrs. Clifford Hanson of Benton, Kans., were guests Friday in the Sandberg-Hanson home. The former is an aunt and Clifford a double cousin of Amos Hanson. They came north especially for the golden wedding of Amos' parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Hanson held Sunday at Hartland, Minn. Kensett — John Berry, W. R. Christiansen, Russell Perry and M. E. Boyett will visit the Cateri pillar tractor factory at St. Louis and the men hope to take in a few ball games. Calmar— Miss Minnie Twedt, chief operator of the Northwestern Bell Telephone company, Mrs. Elnice Dalen, retired night operator: Percy Koepp and Mr. and Mrs. Edward Dnlen and children attended a Northwestern Bell Telephone picnic Sunday at the fairgrounds in West Union. Marble Rock — Mr. and Mrs. Keith Conklin and Linda and O. K. Conklin of Nashua were visitors in the Charles Hodges home recently. Osage — Miss Mathilda Small, Cedar Falls, left Tuesday for her home after a week in Osage, visiting at the Alden Small, Elmer Heusman and Ben Johnson homes. Marble Rock—Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Asmussen are the parents of a son born in the Cedar Valley hospital. Emmetsburg—Mrs. J. E. Brereton is a patient in the Park hospital at Mason City. Mrs. Herbert Baker, who spent several days there with her mother, has returned to her home here. Chester — Mrs. Milt Thompson began work at the Eckstein radio and television plant in LeRoy, Minn. Osage — Mr. and Mrs. Alden Small have rented the H. R. Dieterich farm. 8 miles south of Osage, with possession March 1. The farm, recently purchased by Mr. Dieterich, is the former James Casey farm. Teuton — Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Muir of Sacramento, Cal., are here visiting Mr. and Mrs. Howard Bierstedt and family and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Lufkin. Mrs. Bierstedt is a daughter of the Muirs. The Muirs are former Fenton residents and c-re here to sell their farm. Marble Rock—Miss Doris Ewald, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Ewald, who recently was graduated from the American university of beauty culture in Des Moines, has accepted a position in Dorothy's shop at Greene. Grafton—The first fall meeting of the Minerva club was held at the school house with members and teachers present at a picnic supper. Connie Bruesewitz will be hostess at the next meeting. Marble Rock—Mr. and Mrs. Art Hessie and family of Cedar Falls were recent visitors in the home of Mr. Hessie's sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Krull. Rake—Selmer Sorenson spent a few days in Rochester, Minn., where he went for a checkup at the Mayo clinic. Dumont—The Van Horn family reunion was held Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Kampman in Dumont. Garner-r-Mr. and Mrs. Walter Edelen, accompanied by the parents of Mrs. Edelen, are on a trip to the southwestern states. Mrs. Pauline Stokesbary is staying with the Edelen children during their absence. They plan to be gone about 10 days. Goodell—Lt. Virgil Sellers, Mrs. Sellers and Virginia of Enid, Okla., are visiting in the parental Everett Sellers home. Calmar—Mr. and Mrs. Charles Peterson of Davenport visited at Sept. 28, 1949 7 Mason City Globe-Gaxelt*, Mason City, It, the home of the former's parents, family. 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