Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on September 28, 1949 · Page 21
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D. Pdttschull Tells History of Fur Trade Clear Lake—Dale Patlschull, Cownie fur representative, spoke on the use of furs for human clothing from the dawn of history to the present time for the program of Beta Omicron chapter of Beta Sigma Phi at the home of Mrs! Richard VanSlyke Monday evening. He said that the United States leads in the production of mink and muskrat and invited the members to visit the fur factory in Des Moines when possible. He stated that the company every year sends out questionnaires to find out what the fur wearing public wants. This year 28,000 were mailed out and 20,400 replies were received. Mr. Pattschull also advised on the selection of furs with regard to type, figure, personality and other points. Members of Xi Mu chapter of Beta Sigma Phi were guests. The committee on international night Oct. 4 reported and a model meeting to be held Oct. 10 was announced. Mrs. William Bickford, Jr., will be hostess -at the home of her mother, Mrs. T. L. Sears, and Mmes. Dale Olson, Robert Young'and Arleigh Eddy will assist. Xi Mus will again be guests. Plans were made for a food and rummage sale at Legion hall all day Oct. 8. HEARING AID PRICES REDUCED T0*75 SPECIAL EAR MOLDS EXTRA 00 WHY PAY MORE? THIS WOMAN WEARS A HEARING AID 'Impossible!" you say! Where's the button? ' Where's the receiver? The answer is that there 1 is no button or receiver in her ear, yet sound is transmitted with power and clarity. It's all made .possibleby the amazing "HIDEAWAY" that is (hidden completely in the folds of the ear. Yes, here is the ultimate in concealment for the hard- of-hearing.No one can suspect.. .or even ftuessthatyou'rewearing an aid! YOUR HEARING LOSS TESTED FREE. Write, phone or calf for an appointment. DR. J. H. LEPPER Hearing- Aid Specialist Mason City's Hearing: Aid Center 28 First Street S. E. — Mason City, Iowa BATTERIES FOR ALL MAKES — MAIL ORDERS SOLICITED Asks Cub Scouts to File Applications Clear Lake — All Cub Scouts, both new and old, will take a hay- ride at 7:30 Friday evening as the first event of the Cub Scout pack meeting at the V. F. W. clubroom, it was announced Monday by Tom Wood, Cubmaster. All boys, 8 years o£ age or older, are eligible to become Cub Scouts for the new year which opens next week. Boys interested should get their application in before Friday evening, Mr. Wood states. While the Cubs are hayriding their parents will see moving pictures at the hall. When the Cubs return they will be registered in the pack and assigned to dens. The new committees for the year will be announced. 8I»son Cltr Globe-GMelte, M.ton Ctty, Ts. Sept. 27, 1S49 5 ' Fund Passes 5200 Swea City —Mel Krumm reports the polio emergency fund taken on a voluntary basis totaled $211.61. Contributions were collected in milk bottles placed in the business places about town. UUST LIKE A MAN •!" /W- Woman / WP SonttrAfag r16wt ft /' Globe-Gazette Photos DOUBLE HEADER—Two bad auto mishaps occurred within a half hour of each other on north 65 Monday afternoon. In upper photo is the auto driven by Frederick C. Albecht, 30, Hutchinson, Minn. It was almost a total wreck after Albecht hit the right' shoulder and careened off into a left ditch, rolling over twice, the highway patrol reported. Albecht and his wife, Mrs. Henry Rickemann, 60, and Mrs. Henry Albecht, 55, were treated at Park hospital for cuts and bruises and 15 So. Wash. Phone 860 EXPERT SERVICE On AH Makes Of RADIOS Specialized service on Wards Refrigerators; "Washers and small Appliances. Have Our Expert Check Your Oil Heater THIS MAGNIFICENT NEW LEWYT CEDARIZED CHEST ssa- Ivory, brown or maroon, Antiqv* nail trim. eleased. Richard Peterson, 25, 410 nd N. W., is being held by deputy leriffs in connection with the acid ent involving his 1936 Chevro- et, in lower photo, and a car riven by Donald Honken, 17, oute one. A deputy said Pe'terson /as going south on the Sugar Beet urve when his car skidded and an into Honken's which had been ulicd over on the right shoulder. «Jo charges have been filed. The Albecht machine left the highway bout a mile south of Manly. Mason Elected President of District Bar M. "L. "Larry" Mason was elected president of the 12th Judicial District Bar association at the legal institute held here Monday. Other officers named included James Graven, Greene, vice president, and B. C. Sullivan, Rockford, secretary-treasurer. The election took place during :he evening session following a dinner at the Hotel Hanford. Jess Marshall, Sioux City, spoke at :he evening institute 'on "Examining Abstracts of Title." The sp'eaker at the afternoon institute held at the courthouse was Jock Miller, also of Sioux City, former professor of taxation at Notre Dame law school, who discussed "Federal Tax Problems of Attorneys for Estates." Attendance totaled 92 lawyers from the 8 counties in the district. We Have on Hand 3 GOOD USED SINGER Sewing Machines 2 ELECTRIC PORTABLES 1 ELECTRIC CONSOLE PRICED FOR QUICK SALE Just in time to start your fall sewing. Better, hurry, they won't last long. See Them at- SINGER SEWING CENTER 123 No. Federal YOU BE SO RI6HT-AND I WANT IN ON YOUR SECRET. TELL ME WHAT MADE VOUR PINNER TASTE SO WONDERFUL ! MY HENRY REALLY MADE A TOOL OF HIMSELF ATTET? YOUR PINNER RAm MY DEAR I LOVED] JUST THAT 1 DISCOVERED HOW A CERTAIN SPECIAL COFFEE SEEMS TO MAKE EVERYTHING TASTE BETTER ! BEING SO APPRECIATED- \\ WHAT WOMAN Y DOESN'T? J SURE LADY-IT'S THE FAMOUS MOUNTAIN CROWN COFFEE IT 15 UNLIKE ANY OTHER COFFEE AND MEN SIMPLY ADORE ITS VIGOROUS FLAVOR . WHAT A SUCCESS.... 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Plans were outlined for the entire troop to visit the camp on the Winnebago river Saturday for passing tests. Explorer Scouts of troop 17 will attend the Explorer Scout Rendezvous at Backbone State park near Strawberry Point Oct. 8 and 9. The meeting opened with the flag ceremony followed by patrol sessions, study periods and games. S.' P. Hansen is scoutmaster. Roy McKinney and Tom Wood were guests of troop 30 at the Zion Lutheran church basement. The latter wac in quest of den chiefs for the Cub Scout dens to be formed at the Cub Scout pack meeting Friday evening at the V. F. W. clubrooms. Scouts past 14 years will attend the Explorer Scout camp at Backbone State park. About 150 are expected. The boys take their own supplies. Yearly inspection wa? held and games were played. George Starkey is scoutmaster. BIGGER DODGE VALUE MEANS YOUR DOLLAR DUYS MORE! 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