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Mason City, Iowa
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Monday, September 26, 1949
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II \ Circle 8 Meets at Wood Home 'Mission at Grass Roots" Study Topic Clear Lake —The Methodist W. S. C. S. circles met Friday afternoon at various homes with circle 8 at the Harvey Woods home. Mmes. Wayne Wood and Tom Rumeliote assisted. The Jesson, "Missions at' the Grass Roots," was given by Mrs. Harlan Ott. Mrs. William Madsen led devotions. Mmes. Jerry Laskowski and Sterling Barber, Mason City, were guests. The next meeting is Oct. 28, the place to be announced. Mrs. Jack Dominic, assisted by Mmes. Art Dominic and R. C. Ludeke, entertained circle 6. Mrs. R. D. Robbins presented the lesson and Mrs. John Bohning led devotions. Mrs. Willis Miller is hostess Oct. 28. Hold Auction Sale Circle 9 met with Mrs. Carrie Watts wi,th Mmes. H. A. Lord and John James assisting. The Rev. and Mrs. Warner M. Hubbard were guests with the latter presenting the lesson. Mrs. Harvey Franks gave devotions. Twenty- two members were present. The auction sale netted $35.25 -which will be used for supply work Mmes. H. N. Halvorson and H. E Freeman were auctioneers. Mrs Halvorson entertains Oct. 28. Mrs. Lewis Leckington, assisted by Mmes. W. H. Duesenberg, J Z. Stevens and Ernest Bump, entertained circle 7. Mrs. Lester Fuller gave the lesson and Mrs Lester Schwietert devotions. The firs. Charles Jorgenson with rtmes. Delbert Owen and Frank Daker assisting. -Mrs. Walter Wood ad the lesson and Mrs. Ed Rushia ed devotions. Mrs. L. A. Hunt nd the Rev. Mr. Hubbard were uests. Mrs. Wood entertains Oct. 8. Guests Attend Mrs. Frank Miller, Mechanics- /ille, was a guest of circle 10 at the lome of Mrs. E. J. Lincicum who was assisted by Mrs. Ralph ~chneider. Mrs. L. M. Treloar ;ave the lesson and Mrs. Arthur lammond led devotions. Mrs. Hammond is hostess Oct. 28. Mrs. J. G. Reiff, Cleveland, Ohio; Mmes. Robert Findson and r ames Mason, Mason City, and rs. James Kennedy were guests of circle 3 at the home of Mrs. 'rank Rich. Mrs. Mark Bacon led devotions, Mrs. George Fuller ave the lesson and Mmes. 'harles Hewett and J. A. Johnson assisted the hostess. Mrs. R. C. Taylor entertains Oct. 28. Mrs. Joe Anderson was welcomed as a new member of circle 4 at the home of Mrs. Grant Fox. VTrs. Lena McMullan and the Rev. Mr. Hubbard were guests. Mrs. O. Ford -led devotions and Mrs. Lyle Stevens the lesson. Mrs. H. M. Goodwin assisted the • hostess. Mrs. George H. Gitz, Jr., is hos? tess Oct. 28. The afternoon was spent in making plans and table decorations for the membership dinner which the circle will serve at the church Tuesday evening. Rev. and Mrs. guests and 16 Hubbard members were were present. Mrs. A. C. Sater is hostes Oct. 28. Mrs. M. A. Hintzman presentee the lesson for circle 5 at the horn of Mrs. Wayne Wolford who wa assisted by Mmes. J. A. Buck anc Robert Hickok. Mrs. Holden Nel son led/ devotions. Mrs. Glenn Franks is hostess Oct. 28. Circle 2 met at the home o MRS. GUY DODD PRESENTS LESSON Clear Lake—Mrs. presented a lesson Clear Lake Globe Gazette F YOUR PAPEK IS NOT DELIVERED BY OlOtt P. M., PH. 2S9 OR NO COMPLAINTS CAN BE ACCEPTED AFTER 0:43. Guy from Dodd "The Sermon of the Week" for Christian Workers who met Friday at the home of Mrs. G. W. Atkins. Mrs. O. T. Balmat presided and Mrs. E. M. Duesenberg led devotions. Plans were made for the fellowship potluck supper at the church Oct. 3. Mrs. T. L. Sears is hostess Oct. 14. The annual oyster harvest in the United States yields about 63,000,000 pounds of food. GARAGE MEN AND REPAIR MEN > USE OUR COMPLETE MACHINE SHOP SERVICE Special tools, machinery and facilities combined with years of experience in the automotive field assure substantial satisfaction. Avail yourself of this most complete automotive machine shop and replacement parts service. Give us a ring when you have a job. We'll do the rest. Berry Machine and Motor Parts 118 South Delaware Ave. Mason City, Iowa Globe-Gazette Photo PEACHES GROW IN CLEAR LAKE, TOO—To the list of edible and other products grown in or near Clear Lake from fish on out, add peaches as the latest. In the picture, right, standing on a steplaclder, is Lynette Burnett, titian- haired daughter of Mr. and j Mrs. S. A. Burnett, 201 N. W. Center street, who reaches into the topmost branches of the 8 year old trees to pick the fruit which she hands to 10 year old Marlys, blond, standing on 'the ground. Note the basket of delicious looking fruit she holds. tyoNS: The Burnetts have 10 trees brought from the vicinity of Mit- chollville 8 years ago and this is the 3rd crop. Four years ago the trees bore approximately a half bushel, 2 years ago Mrs. Burnett canned 40 quarts in addition to those they ate fresh and this year she estimates several bushels. The trees seem to bear only every 2nd year. The fruit is of average size for peaches and is said to be of better than average flavor. riome of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Harry. They came Tuesday. Other guests at the Harry home are Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Hull, Youngstown, Ohio, who came Monday and plan to return home Sunday. G. S. Council Adds Member Mrs. H. Thompson Joins Organization Clear Lake — Mrs. Harold Thompson has been added to the Girl Scout council as a new member, Mrs. T. G. Burns, commissioner, announced Saturday, and Mmes. M. L. Knutson and Peter Miller have been chosen to take the places of Mmes. H. W. Lang and W. A. Medaris who resigned. Other members are Mrs. E. Christiansen, Thornton, and Mmes. B. A. Morse, Arthur Hammond, Otto B. Petersen, Arleigh Eddy, George P. Newman, W. C. Carroll, Henry Volstad and John Roseland. The membership, Mrs. Burns states, is chosen to be representative of the various churches and civic groups of the city. Plan Roundup The council met at the home of Mrs. Newman Thursday evening and made plans for the "Fall Roundup" session to be held at Mclntosh Woods Slate park Sunday afternoon. All Girl Scouts and Brownies are to meet at City park at 2 o'clock when sponsoring groups will supply transportation to the scene of the roundup. Each girl is to bring a nosebag lunch and $1 dues. The council will fur-, nish drink for the lunch. Belmond, Garner and Thornton troops will also participate in the roundup. At the park the girls will be divided into 7 "Dude Ranch" groups, each of whigh is to present a stunt lor the program. Badge recognition will be accorded those who have earned badges during the summer months. Camps Praised Committee reports were heard at the meeting and a letter from Mrs. Cyril T. Carney, Des Moines, Leaders of 2 Organizations to Broadcast Clear Lake — Members of the Veterans of Foreign Wars and American Legion posts were reminded Saturday to tune in on Fred Fisk's "The Veteran Wants to Know" program over the Mu- .ual Broadcasting company network Sunday, 12:30 p. m. CST. Commander - in - chief Clyde • A. Lewis, V. F. W., and George Craig, national commander of the American Legion, will inform veterans and the public of plans whereby 'the 2 groups will work closely together at the national level in matters where aims anc mandates of the 2 organizations coincide. Studies reveal that they are on common ground on such lems as veteran housing, p effs >rpb- !sibns and veteran preference. Likewise, both are pledged to continue the fight against communism and to promote Americanism in all its phases. Radio stations on the Mutual network in Iowa are located at Des Moines, Fort Dodge, Cedar Rapids, Clinton, Davenport, Decorah, Dubuque, Marshalltown, Mason City, Ottumwa, Shenandoah, Sioux City and Spencer. Clear Lake Briefs Cleaning by hour. Ph. 589LW. L. C. Stuart, realtor,- was elected a director of the Iowa Real Estate association at its final session in Des Moines Saturday for a 3 year term. W. H. Buchleiter, Veterinarian. 1137 W. 2nd. Ph. 866. Mrs. Clarence E Heide, nee Ella Mae Knop, Dubuque, who had been visiting her mother, Mrs. Albert Knop, 310 Clara street, and other relatives since Tuesday, returned home Saturday. Mr. Heide came for her. Neal, the Cleaner, to close Oct. 3 to 9 for vacations. \ Mrs. James Trower went Wednesday to Pierz, Minn., to spent 10 days or more with her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Funt, and family. Two very good circulating oil ^ heaters. R. H. Holt. Ph. 69W. Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Campbell Sheldon, arrived Friday evening to visit Miss Bessie Baker. Mrs. Campbell and Miss Baker were schoolmates at Cedar Falls. Dale Pattschull will be at Hansen's Monday, Sept. 26th with a fine selection of Cownie furs. Lincoln Township Farm Bureau, scheduled at the Ernest Katz home Tuesday evening, has been postponed until a later date. H. Gene Frenz, ET 3, arrived Saturday morning from Great Lakes, 111., to spend the weekend with his father, Hilbert C. Frenz, who is ill at Mercy hospital, Mason City. Among those attending the lowa-U. C. L. A. game in Iowa City Saturday were Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Yeager and Allen; Dr. A. B. Phillips, Dr. Don Phillips, Carl Schneider, Garner, and Mr. and Mrs. Don O'Neill and Jerry. Today's club will open the year with a 7 o'clock supper at Witke's cafe Thursday evening. Mmes. Roscoe Miller, Arnold Moeller and John Perkins are hostesses. Mrs. Clyde Enfield, route 1, entered Mercy hospital, Mason City, Thursday morning for observation and treatment. Her room number is 222. Mr. and Mrs. Paul R. Berry, Mason City, and William B. Fankell, arrived home Friday night from Washington, D. C., where they visited their brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond H Shogogue, 2 weeks. The Berry twins, Douglas and David, stayec with their maternal grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Fred Fankell, during the absence of their parents and their sister, Kathleen Ann with her paternal grandparents Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Berry, Mason City. Forde Lee and Henry C. Anderson of the Clear Lake Masonic lodge motored to Sutherland Fri- a member of the national camp committee, who was sent by the Mrs. D o.n a 1 d Eastman and daughter, Miriam Aileen, planned ;o leave Sunday for Warroad Minn., to visit the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry York. national v organization to inspec' the Island camp and also the Brownie day camp at Clear Lake this summer, was read. Mrs. Carney's report to national and district Girl Scout officials was mos favorable as to camping conditions at both sites. Following the ceremonies at the park Oct. 2 the troops will begin their meetings after school on th days previously announced. Mrs. Otto B. Petersen will' enter tain the counciLOct. 19. Cleor Lake Calendar SUNDAY—Kainbow Girls public installation. Masonic temple, 3. Youth Fellowship, Methodist church, 8:30. Congo club. Hlway club, Congregational church, 0:30. Luther League, Zlon Lutheran church, 0:30. Youth Fellowship, Evangelical Free church, 7. MONDAV—Quarterback club. Randy's cafe, noon. Library Reading club. Mrs. T . J. Kutschara, 215 Jefferson street, 2:30. Newcomers Card club, Witke's cafe, 7:30. Boy Scouts, troop 17, junior high building: troop 75, Zion Lutheran church, 7:30. Navy Mothers club, Legion hall, 8. Beta Omicron chapter, Beta Sigma Phi Mrs. Richard Van Slyke, 214 N. 4th street; XI Mu chapter, Mrs. John VV Anderson, 210 S. North street, 8. Odd Fellows lodge, L O. O. F. hall, 8 Grant's Blue Ribbon Feeders, Duanc Toppia, 8. TUESDAY—Red Cross home service work er. City hall, 8:30 a. m. until noon. Happy Eight Card club, Mrs. A. C Sater, 215 Holt street. Prlscilla club, Mrs. Guy Hill, 211 Hoi street. Membership dinner, Methodist church 0:30. Clear Lake Boat club, Billy's Casino G:45. Boy Scout troop 30, junior high build ing, 7:30. Saratoga Post No. 4868, V. F. VV., club rooms, 7. s Tina Rebekah lodge, I. O. O. F. hall, WEDNESDAY—P. T. A. district fall workshop, All Veterans Social Center, registration. 9; coffee hour, 9 to 10; morning session, 10; luncheon, 1; program, 2. Lions club. V. F. W. clubrooms, 12:15. Camp Ground Social club, Mrs. George .Edmundson. Do Your Bit club, Mrs. Hoy Highsmith. Cub Scout den 6, Mrs, C. E. Ashland, 4:10. Today's club, Witke's cafe, 7. Stafford Post No. 4868, American Legion, All Veterans Social Center. _7:30. Senior Scout troop 303, junior high building, 7:30. E. T. C. Bridge club, Mrs. E. A. Musgjerd, 104 Jefferson street. 7:30. Verity lodge, No. 250, A. F. and A. M.. 1 Masonic temple, 7:30. O. N. O. club, Mrs. W. H. Wagner, North Shore. Elementary P. T. A., high school auditorium, 8. THURSDAY—Red Cross home service worker, City hall, 8:30 a. m. until noon. Girl Scout Leaders, Mrs. John Roseland 415 N. First street. 9:30 a. m. Rotary club. All Veterans Social Center, 12:15. Double Dozen club, Chuck Wagon, -I. Drama department of Clear Lake Woman's club, Mrs. M. Brownstone, 203 S. 2nd street, 1. Cub Scout den 9, Tomachicks, Mrs. M L. Knutson, 4:15. O. H. Bridge club, Mrs. A. C. Sater. 215 Holt street, 8. Grant Township Farm Bureau, 3er Sept. 24, . 1949 3 lasou City Globe-Gazetle, M»s«n City, Prcscott home, 8. K1DAY—North Central Association, Congregational church, all day. American Legion Auxiliary Sewing cu> cle, Mrs. R. H. Nichols, Norlh Shore. Cub Scout pack meeting, V. F. W. clubroom, 7:30. City council, city offices, 8. SATURDAY—Cub Scout den 1, Mus•tangs. Mrs. Syd Thompson, 10. Cassel Gets Curb, Gutter Contracts Clear Lake—The contract for construction of curbs and gutters in Clear .Lake as previously advertised, was granted to Al Cassel, Mason City, the iBw bidder, at a special session of the city council Friday evening. . , Building and. building repair permits were granted Jim Harlan, A. M. Knutson, Pat Patterson, C. A. Knutson and Pate and Dunkleberg. Mr. Patterson is building a new residence and Mr. Harlan a garage, Pate and Dunkleberg are moving a house into town. The cigaret permit of the Lake Shore hotel was cancelled. The council meets in regular session next Friday. NEW ALL MODERN Winterized LOG HOME FOR RENT This attractive home at Clear Lake is completely furnished including utilities. Gas heat, electric refrigerator, hot water, showers, insulated, 2 bedrooms, beauty rest mattress, built-in cupboards, kitchen bar and library. Thermo-pane picture window. BELL'S RUSTI COVE South Shore Clear Lake For Sale: Union No. 6 school day and participated in the part of the funeral services conducted building Wed., Sept. 28, 1:30. 6 mi. by the Masonic fraternity for S., 1 mi. W. Clear Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Reiff and daughter, Marcia, Cleveland, Ohio, are making a 10 day visit at the FREE HEARING CLINIC James Patterson Martin, a 62 year Mason and the . last Iowa Civil war veteran. Gov. William S. Beardsley, representing the state of Iowa, fittingly said, "He now belongs to the ages." Mr. and Mrs. Roger Rust, Chapin, are the parents of a son, Martin Eugene, born Wednesday at Mercy hospital, Mason City. He weighed 6 pounds, 10 ounces, and has a brother, Ronald Wayne, 14 months. Mrs. Rust is the former Arlene Buss. MONDAY - SEPTEMBER 26 ^ Globe-Wernicke "Streamliner" Steel Table for executive and general office use... The perfect companion piece to the Globe-Wernicke Streamliner desk, this graceful table affords extra work space in the office, or provides a handsome conference table. It is 30 W' high, 60" wide, 32%" deep, and is equipped with one drawer which fits flush against the apron. Available in beautiful seal gray or dark green finish. We invite you to see it ... come in today. YELLAND and HANES SCHOOL AND OFFICE SUPPLIES 11-13 East State St. Mr. Harold \V. Woodard, authority on deafness, now demonstrates the 36 new ways to hear—in the way people who have no impairment hear— BALANCED HEARING! Learn the amazing news—how ONE special hearing aid among the 36 new and different Acousticoii Constellation hearing aids is designed for YOU— for your kind of hearing loss! PLAN to come in for FREE CLINIC Wed., Sept. 28 Hotel Hanford MASON CITY Fri., Sept. 30 Coonley Hotel HAMPTON Hours: 10 A. M. to 2 P. M. ACOUSTICON Woodard Co. 307 Securities Bldg., DCS Moines 9, Iowa Batteries and repairs for all hearing aids Services Held for Miss Anna Bervin ' Clear Lake — Funeral services for Miss Anna Bervin, 71, who died at her • home, 600 Kimball street, Wednesday noon, were held at the Wilcox funeral chapel Friday afternoon. The Rev. L. E. Barrett, pastor of the Evangelical Free church, conducted the rites and burial was in Rose Hill cemetery, Eagle Prove. The Rev. LaReau N. Thorwall, a former pastor, sang "All the Way My Saviour Leads Me" and "Hiding in Thee." Miss Betty Knudson accompanied. Pallbearers were J. B. Osnes, T. E. Nelson, Sr., L. G. Slunkard, P. W. Fistler, Charles Hansen and Albert Christenson. Attending the services from out of town were Miss Bervin's sister, Mrs. K. C. Kirkeberg; a sister-in- law, Mrs. Bdrvin; a niece, Mrs. Chris Mickelson, and Mr. Mickelson, and other relatives and friends from Eagle Grove. A"-* . 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' Gerald Dean Ristau Services Saturday Ciear Lake—A graveside service was held at Clear Lake cem- tery Saturday afternoon at 2 for Gerald Dean Ristau, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Ristau, Thornton. The Rev. C. A. Hinz, pastor of the Bethlehem Lutheran church, Mason City, read the committal service and also offered prayer at the Wilcox funeral chapel. Gerald Dean was born at a Mason City hospital late Thursday and died Friday morning. The Ristaus have 4 other children. w POWER LAPINER MOTOR CO., Inc. 113 So. Delware Phone 1182

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