Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on September 29, 1949 · Page 21
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Mason Ciryan Robbed on Vacation in West Hanlontown—Lloyd" Payne has returned from a 3 weeks' trip in the west. While he was visiting his aunt, Mrs Laura Beyer, in San Pedro, Cal., he had the unpleasant experience of being held up and robbed of his billfold while on a stroll one evening. Luckily he had left most of his money, his tickets and valuable papers with his aunt. Lloyd is employed at the Mason City Brick and Tile company. ISC ^PLEDGES LISTED North lowans pledged to fraternities at Iowa State college are- Vmce Votteler, Fenton, to Acacia- James Johnson, Eagle Grove to Alpha Chi Rho; Calmer Anderson, Mason City, to Lambda Chi Alpha; Loren \\feselmann, Calmar to Lambda Chi Alpha; James Blanck, Lawler, to Phi Kappa: Dale Kruger, Jerry Dean, Ray Henely, Keith McGuire, Joel Hanes, Delmar Dierks and Dane Makeever of Mason City; Bob Bochmler, Hampton, and Jerry Lauritzen, Algona, to Phi Kappa PSJ; John Carson, Britt, to Pi Kappa Phi; Richard Gamm, Sheffield, and Daniel Rice, Clear Lake to Sigma Nu; Jerry Bockelman; Britt, to Sigma Phi Epsilon; Robert Furleigh, Clear Lake, to Tau Kappa Epsilon; John Felix, Ossian, to Theta Chi; Rodney Scogerbol, Forest City, and Erwin Nuss, Waverly to Concordia. Injured at Play Bancroft—Darrell Grandgenett, 12, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Grandgenett, broke his arm while playing ball at his home. HELPED BY POLIO FUND— David McEwen, his wife a polio victim, and their son, David of Corning, are pictured above. Funds from the polio fund made it possible for them to procure the needed treatment for Mrs. McEwen. $9,500 Helped This Family Battle Attack of Polio p «"" 0 , a S°. David, and his wife, Pauline, who were about ^6 had the world by tho tail. Dave had returned from the war eager to . have a business of his own. With* . some knowledge of the hotel profession and generous help of a lo- Night AUCTION AT THE Kanawha Sales Pavilion KANAWHA, IOWA, ON HIGHWAY NO. Ill FRIDAY NIGHT, SEPT. 30 ° Ur STARTING AT 7:30 P. M. NIGHT SALE f «r this season will be held this «. 1J e e s Friday night. Our auction will be in the AFTERNOON commencing Friday, October 7, at 1:30 p. m. Don't forget the change m tune beginning next week. Hope you can be with us. Get full value for your livestock. Have as little shrinkage as possible. Sell your consignment without delay. You can do this by consigning to the Kanawha Sales Pavilion. Many buyers are here every Friday. Bring in your stock. H» Brummund, Auctioneer & Manager TREMENDOUS PURCHASE AT LESS THAN HALF-PRICE! <\\\l//£> with I «•«* AM. •*>•' w I/W-U Km** «.9>. * — <•§•»•«••* »d»», f*Hf (•**•* 1*1111 | K*tw, t-Ot. Mf, T/TO-U Km'') SIMULATED ZIRCONS N STERLING SILVER AND GOLD FILLED MOUNTINGS * COME EARLY THEY'LL SELL OUT FAST AT THESE PRICES 1 .OO - 2.OO MANY WOMEN STORE THEIR FINE DIAMONDS WHEN TRAVELING AND WEAR THESE STUNNING REPRODUCTIONS ALSO A FEW FINE DUPLICATES OF REAL COSTLY DIAMOND ENGAGEMENT AND CLUSTER RINGS AT 2.OO • JEWELRY . . . STREET FLOOR cal banker, he opened the Hotel Bacon. Long, untiring hours of work followed before profits began to show up. Meanwhile, Pauline became the mother of a baby boy. Then, on that unforgettable Sept. 10, 1948, disaster struck. It was just like any other autumn day for most people—a cool, cJean crisp smell in the air; the leaves were turning from green to beautiful red and brown colors—the kind of a day that makes one feel glad to be alive. Pauline Became III But, not for Dave and his family—that was the day Pauline became seriously ill with polio. She was taken to the hospital and remained unconscious there for 3 weeks. On Aug. 20, 1949, she returned to their home—but their joy was short-lived. Pauline caught cold returned to the hospital and was put in an iron lung to save her life. Gradually she became strong enough to return home—if a lung .were kept there in the event of reccurrence. But a respirator costs nearly $2,000 and what little savings they had were already depleted. Timothy was staying in the Childreii's Memorial hospital in Omaha and Pauline's hospital expenses mounted to nearly §44 a day. Fortunately, as in thousands of cases, Dave procured help from his local chapter of the National Foundation for Infantile Paralysis. Today, more than $9,500 has been invested in this one individual case —but Pauline, Susan and Dave are all back together and optimistically looking forward to an almost normal life. Gave to March of Dimes The first of this year, Dave borrowed $500 from the banker again —not for hotel repairs, not for his home, or for their family—but he donated every penny to the March of Dimes campaign. "Our family's only one case," Dave said, "multiply that by 2,000,000 polio victims and $500 doesn't go far." Dave's right, too. All except 6 of Iowa's 99 counties have reported" one or more cases of polio this year. Most Iowa chapters of Corduroy SIZES 2 - 8 The short cut bolero-jacket, circle skirted jumper and prim rounded collar blouse total a wonderful 3-piece outfit for school wear—in sturdy corduroy. (All in one pattern!) No. 2417 is cut in sizes' 2, 4, 6 and 8. Size 4 jumper and bolero, 2 yds.*35 in.; blouse, lj{ yds. 35-in. Send 25c for pattern with name, address and style number. State size desired. Address Pattern Dept., Globe- Gazette, 121 W. 19lh St., New York 11, N. Y. Just out! The Fall-Winter Fashion Book presenting fashions they are wearing now and new styles to come. Over 150 practical, ea£,y-to- sew, up-to-the-minute pattern designs for all ages. Remember, it's smart to .sew your own find save money. Order your copy now, price just. 20 cents. the Polio Foundation are low on funds following payment of last year's accounts. The emergency fund campaign closes Sept. 30, 1949. Place your contribution in a stamped envelope addressed "Polio Fund," and drop it in the mail now. Help more Daves and Paulines fight their way back to health and happiness. Says Atom Progress Brings War Closer Iowa City, (U.R)—Russia's atomic progress brings World war III closer, George Olmsted, Des Moines, president of the United World Federalists of Iowa, said Wednesday. Olmsted issued a statement here from the group's headquarters. He said World war III is inevitable without world government. Noone expects war in the near future, but we may see a "repetition of the 1930's unless we unite all or most of the world before that day arrives," he said. Farm management specialists of Iowa State college recommend selecting boars for large, fast gaining and thrifty litters. They say that a good boar is a good investment. HERE and THERE Chapin—Supt. and Mrs. V. E Miller and family of Conrad visited recently in the home of Mi- Miller's brother, C. K. Miller, and family. Geneva—Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Clock of Los Angeles, Cal., and their daughter, Miss Marilyn Clock, of Jacksonville, Fla., arrived for a month's visit with J. H. Clock and other relatives and friends. O sage —The 80 acre farm of John Rasmusson, northeast of Osage, has been sold to LuVerne Walters, Osage. Alia Vista—Mr. and Mrs. Val Staude of Pittsburgh, Pa., Mr. and Mrs. Henry Selinger of Toledo, Ohio, Mrs. Waldon Piehn and Linda Lee were guests recently of Mrs. Fred Falck and Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Kemp. Popejoy—Mrs. Stephen I. Harris spent 2 days with her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Noble, and family at Sheffield. Bradford — Mr. and Mrs. Roy Allison are spending a few days fishing in Minnesota. Osage — The Eugene Barker farm of 14 j acres has been sold to Lawrence Paskert, Remsen. The farm has been rented to Chris Schragge and Mr. Paskert does not plan to farm the land this coming year. Geneva — Fred Clawson, who has been a patient in the Lutheran hospital in Hampton the past 5 weeks, was able to return home, Hanlontown — Eli Colby spent last week in Fort Worth and Houston, Tex. He made the trip by air. Lake Mills — L. E. Thoe has taken over as acting marshal during the absence of Harry Tvito, who is on vacation. Dougherty—Dr. and Mrs. Joe L. Westover of Los Angeles, Cal., arrived here for a short visit in the Clark Dougherty home. Lake Mills—Mr. and Mrs. Tom Swingen of Grand Forks, N. Dak., called on relatives and friends here and at Scarville recently. Dougherty—James Kanatas and daughter, Marjorie, visited with relatives in Chicago. Rockwell — Clyde, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sturgis, left for Denver, Colo., to resume his school work at the university. Wesley — Mr. and Mrs. U. E. Marco will leave Oct. 2 for Rogers City, Mich., to visit their son, Gary Marco, a radio engineer at station WHAK. Geneva — Mr. and Mrs. John Drewry and son, Eric, of St. Paul, Minn., were recent visitors with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Lambert. Chapin — Mr. and Mrs. S. O. Crom of Milledgeville, 111., and Mr. and Mrs. S. T. Levitt and Mr. Sept. 28, 1949 5 Mason City GUbe-Gazette, Mason City. !». and Mrs. Dale Levitt of St. Paul, Minn., visited recently in the Asa Mordick and C. A, Levitt homes. 7 Room House at Public Auction Monday, Oct. 3, at 7 P.M. Located at corner of Adams and First St. S. \V. TO BE REMOVED FROM PREMISES THE HOUSE: 7 rooms, 4 rooms on first floor and two rooms and bath on second floor. HOT AIR FURNACE WITH GAS BURNER. ONE CAR GARAGE: REASON FOR SELLING: BEING THAT THE NEW SALVATION ARMY BUILDING WILL BE BUILT ON THE SITE. IT IS NECESSARY THAT THIS HOUSE BE SOLD AND REMOVED. HOUSE TO BE REMOVED WITHIN 30 DAYS. TERMS: CASH. SALVATION ARMY, OWNERS Joe Reisch, Auctioneer 5 BLANCHARD'S MAKES IT EASY TO GIVE A BETTER A diamond in white gold setting- for only $180.00. There is a wedding ring to match for $18.00 DIAMONDS AT NEW LOW PRICES A favorable market enables us to offer diamonds at 25 per cent less this fall. A purchase direct from New York's largest importers is being passed on to you. All Blanchard's diamonds are "Registered Perfect Diamonds" —This is the store where you can depend on the value. Gents' wedding band, a beauty with diamond sets. $480.00 LAY-AWAY FOR CHRISTMAS NOW. TERMS TO SUIT YOUR BUDGET. ALL PRICES INCLUDE FEDERAL TAX. A platinum solitaire with two beautiful large diamonds on each side. $360.00 Seven matched fine diamonds in platinum. $480.00 Perfectly matched Threesome, in beautiful 14 K yellow .gold. $162.00 Beautifully streamlined matching set, a value at .$225.00 14 K yellow gold matching wedding rings. $28.00 for the two. WATCHES With these prices men's in demand, beauty at new low rings are See this $240.00 DIAMONDS 12 East State Street

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