Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on September 29, 1949 · Page 22
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 22

Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, September 29, 1949
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Sept. 28, 194D Glofae-Gazettc, Mason City, I» School Paper Staff Chosen Dumoul —The news staff of the school paper "The Gold and Black," has been announced as follows: Editor, Anita Hausman; sports reporters, F. L. Burrows, Jack Richard and Clarence Cordes; music reporter, Virginia Ffaltzgraff; grade news reporters, Mary Jane Wagner and Marian Buseman; society reporters, Donna Cuvelier and John Folkers; humor reporters, Milo Stock, Bud' Lindaman and DeWayne Shear; interviews Roger Maier and Kathleen Buseman; lunch reporters, Mary Aim Lindaman and Floyd Benson; KXEL reporter, Marlys Tjabring; class reporters, Beulah Davis and Dorothy Benson; typists, Virginia Pfaltzgraff and Marian Buseman. Archers Return From Deer Hunt Joice—A large-number of archers from southern Minnesota and North Iowa attended the annual archers' deer hunt in Wisconsin recently. Mrs. Manly Hammer of Austin, Minn., one of the few women in the hunt, had the best luck and bagged a buck deer during the hunt. Her group hunted at Hayward, \Vis. Some of those attending the hunt from Lake Mills, Joice and Mason City, hunted at Necedah, Wis. Family Gets Together Manly:—Honoring Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Black of Hammond, Ind., who came to visit the latter's mother, Mrs. Emma Bartusek, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Norbert Huizel in Manly, a group of relatives drove to Little Cedar where they were guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Everett Newton. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bartusek, Mrs. Edith Kline and Mrs. Gerald Cassell all of Mason City; Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Lee and daughter, Jeanette, Kenyon, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. R. Bartusek and family of Plymouth; Mr. and Mrs, Norbert Huizel and Mrs. Emma Bartusek of Manly. Women Plan Auction Bode — The Ladies Aid of the Lutheran church is sponsoring a benefit auction sale, at the church Thursday to raise money toward the §80,000 church building project which began in the spring and is now nearly completed. The sale will include farm machinery, used cars, oats, corn, baled hay and other items, including fine needle work which the^women have been working on the past summer. The sale will begin at 11 a. m. and lunch will be served, featuring American and Norwegian food. HERE and THERE Bancroft — Frank Cogley and Paul Weber took Dorothy Cogley to Sioux City where she entered St. Vincent's hospital for nurses' training. The men also spent some time with Con ScJiiitz, a patient at St. Vincent's hospital, for several weeks. Garner — Mrs. Maxine Panosh was confined to her home for several clays the past week because of illness. Mrs. Panosh is the stenographer in the Hancock county social welfare office. Aredale — Mr. and Mrs. Earl Harlan and Mrs. Peter Kelt returned from a week's tour in the west. Goodell — Mr. and Mrs. Ed Eikoff of Elgin, 111., are guests in the Bill Deiger home. He is a cousin of Mrs. Deiger. Calmar — Miss Florence Meyer left for her teaching duties at the University of Colorado at Greeley after a 5 weeks' vacation at her home here. She was accompanied as far as Cedar Rapids by her brother, Fred, and sisters, Verna and Edna Meyer. Marble Rock—Mrs. Ida Biggs is visiting relatives in Rockford this week. Osaffe—Oswald Strand, cattleman and extensive landowner of Manly, purchased the 80 acre farm of the Sam Costlcy estate west of Osage. Ackley — Elizabeth McGreevey, Ackley, was among 17 new candidates for the Iowa State Teachers college marching band. Garner—Mrs. Harlan Hayes of Fort Dodge is assisting at the parental Ed Boehnke home while Mrs. Boehnke is recovering from an illness. Mrs. Hayes is the former Marilyn Boehnke. Fcntou—Among those attending the U. C. L. A.-Iowa game Saturday at Iowa City from this vicinity were Mr. and Mrs. Fred Geigel of Algona and Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Voigt of Fenton. Bancroft—Mr. and Mrs. Charles Baker and Monica, and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Welp, Fort -Dodge, have returned after a week's trip through Canada. Carpenter—Pfc. Robert E. Ensrud arrived home after completing 13 weeks of basic training at Lackland air force base in San Antonio, Texas. After a 10-day furlough he will report to Kessler Field, Miss., as a radio operator. Calmar — Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Belchner of near Ossian were recent guests at the Norval Strom- sorit home. Osage — Mr. and Mrs. Glen Weber and son, Lynn Charles, Austin, Minn., visited the Harry Studer home. Chester — Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Thomas left on a trip visiting relatives and friends at Mazeppa, Minn., Yankton, S. Dak., Lehigh, Waterloo and Estherville. Garner—Mr. and Mrs. Charles Jackson attended the funeral services for John Fisher at Spencer recently. Mr. Fisher and Mr. Jackson were associated together in the Iowa Life company and were close friends. FALL SALE Thursday Friday Saturday Armstrong 9'xl2' RUGS Were $10.95 Now $9.95 Hampers, Were 5.95, now. 2.95 Chimney Sweep, (3 Sixes) 19c - 49c - 79c 1.59 49c Waste Baskets. ....... 9c Children's Lunch Buckets, Were 49c, Q JrC Wash Tubs, Were 1.95, now. Milk Paifs .......... 29c Lasko Toaster, (Pop-Up) «m Was 22.95, now 1/• Pyrex, all numbers, nothing over. .... Set of Dishes, Service for 12, Was *%A tffci* 34.95, now. . . 29*95 Revere Teakettle, «**££* Was 3.19, Now.. A»*7 Enamel Wash Basins, 29c, 39c and 49c Hot Pods, Set 19c 9c 9c 2.95 29c Aluminum Chicken Fryer, 2.49 Soap Holders . . . Candy Dishes Electric Hot Plates Glass Pitcher . . . now Look at the Many Other Items at BARGAIN PRICES Galvanized Bushel Baskets — Aluminum Frying Pans — Cake Pans.— Cookie Sheets — Enamel Teakettles — Roasting Pans — Enamel Double Boilers — Spice Sets — Irons — Silverware Sets — Paint — Bread Cans — Coffee Pots — Cake Dish Sets — Jar Fillers — Orange Juicer and many other items. 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Handsomely tailored. Regulars and longs, sizes 35 to 48. 42 50 Same as above but with Zip-Out Liner . . . 52 50 30 E. State WHERE GOOD CLOTHING IS NOT EXPENSIVE

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