Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on September 24, 1949 · Page 10
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 10

Mason City, Iowa
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Saturday, September 24, 1949
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.. 10 Sept. 23, 1S49 Maion City Glob«-G»i«ttu, Mason'city, 1». Church Plans "Harvest Home" Cresco—The Grace Episcopal church of Cresco will hold its an* nual harvest home service Sunday evening, according to announcement by the pastor, Charles F. Edwards of Decorah. The program will be in keeping with the harvest home service which origi- nateji in England centuries ago The church will be trimmed with fruit, flowers and vegetables. Loaves of homemade bread will add a realistic note to the thanksgiving service. Hymns and psalms Appropriate to the occasion will be used. Worth County Rates 5th in Cancer Drive Northwood — Worth county is one of 9 Iowa counties listed on the "honor roll" of those which more than-doubled their quotas in the 1949 drive of the American cancer society, according to announcement by H. B. Hook, Mason City, state campaign chairman. Of the 9 counties Sac ranked first with 270 per cent of its quota, Wright was 2nd, Linn 3rd, Wmnebago 4th with 235 per cent and Worth 5th with 225 per cent Seventy-nine counties exceeded their quota. Arnold Talle of Northwood is county cancer drive chairman. In this county $1,373 was this county's quota, $3,083.02 was turned into the local committee. Plan Poppy Sale Northwood—V. F. W. Auxiliary will conduct a poppy sale Saturday. Mrs. Art Suby is "buddy poppy" chairman and the Northwood Girl Scouts will assist in the sale. The proceeds are to aid needy veterans and their dependants. PATTERSON-JAMES "ALL WHITE" AIR and AUTO AMBULANCE SERVICE NEWS of RECORD Police Court divorces Granted Overtime I'arkluc—-Jess Plppert, route K; Hughes Bryant, 928 Pennsylvania N. K.; R. II. Jacks, 125 1st S. W.; John liarran'. Hockwell; B. J. Naurhton, Sioux City; Kay IIoIU, 719 2nd S. W.; Al Diaz, 1IKO Madison N. W., and Clifford Card, 922 13th N. E., each forfeited Jl bond. Intoxication—Charles J. Reed, • 833 Pennsylvania S. F..; Robert D. Graney, 14101!: N. Federal, and Isaac Jackson, city, each fined $10 and costs. Passing School Stop Sign —M. D. Mushower, Rockford, forfeited $3 bond. Blocking Sidewalk—Jane Wells, 31U 5th N. W., forfeited ?1 bond. Improper I'arkln;—Don Thornbury, 223 Oth S. W.* forweited $1 bond. Careless Driving—Max E. Schaffer, 118 Washington N. W., forfeited $103,85 bond. CAMERA CLUB BACK IN ACTION—The North Iowa Camera club resumed its schedule with an opening meeting attended by 50 persons at the Mason City Y. M. C A. 'Thursday night. Francis Welch of Boone, not present, was awarded the trophy for the best print of last year's competition^ The 4 runnerups, presented medals, are shown, . Globe-Gazette Photo left to right, Chtf Eggert, Ted Colloton, Charles Wellen and W. R. Maillard. The latter was re-elected president, Dr. Foster of Hampton, vice president, and Howard Gage, re-elected secretary-treasurer. The next regular meeting will be Thursday, Oct. 6, at the Y. A camera hike is planned for Sunday, Oct. 2, to begin at the Y at 9 a. m. Assist at Library Eagle Grove—Miss Cleoma Rigg, librarian, has selected 21 girls to assist in. the mangement of the high school library. These girls will receive instructions in. library management and cataloging and will be in charge of the library as scheduled by Miss Rigg. At present they are assisting in moving and rearranging the reference and reserved sections. You Drive a Little Farther . . . But the DELICIOUS FOODS You're served make it worth it!! • STEAKS . ... the Way You Like Them . . . • ITALIAN SPAGHETTI Home Made PIES that folks rave about REAL HE-MAN HAMBURGERS AIRPORT DINER Municipal Airport . . . Highway 18 ... West of Mason City Reservations For Late Dinners Appreciated Bringing Christ to Nations Starting on 17th Season W When on Sunday, Sept. 25, Doctor Walter A. Maier steps before broadcasting in the following 11 the Lutheran Hour microphone, additional languages: Tamil, Ur- tne .Lutheran Hour microphone, aaamonai languages: Tamil, ur- ,,77 *-^~he will formally inaugurate the du - Albanian, Bengali, Turkish, nor w - Jensen, 59, who died sud- 17th season of "Bringing Christ Finnish, Greek, Lithuanian, Mara- denly Thursday, will be held at 2 to thp 'NTatinne " HnHioutorl ti-, f^a thi. Persian anrl Romanian ,-. r^-. 0^^,.,.^— _A ii- _ *»_• J. I LJl occt^LUl UO. -L>1 UlglJlg Will ISt --"AA'i^**, v_nv,^rx, -1-11 U1L1C1111UJ.I, to the Nations," dedicated to the thi, Persian and Romanian. nrln.,-., «.£• *"> 1 Jl Al__ _ _ 1 _ I • T T l \-\ i r« **n • (*T«"t n *•«. Of? 4 In •. _»-- ^__ glory of God and the proclamation of His gospel. Multitudes throughout this country and abroad will warmly welcome Doctor Maier's return to the air for his 17th season of evangelistic appeals. Doctor Maier has served as regular Lutheran Hour speaker since the beginning of the mission. He is currently on leave as professor of Old Testament Interpretation and- History at Concordia Theological seminary, 'St. Louis, Mo. - On 1,100 Stations Sunday, Sept. 25, will also signalize the growth of the mighty system to more than 1,100 stations. This radio mission is steadily marching forward toward its goal of using "every available and suitable station on earth for the proclamation of Christ's eternal gospel."~ Next Sunday, Bringing Christ to the Nations, the international Lutheran Hour, will inaugurate As . ni£d.cfce»rn as the i of '50, as smart as a "Phi Bete". Black and Green Suede Beautifully m a d 'and moderately priced Black Suede 105 North Federal Brown Calf Black Calf Green Calf This raises to 36 the number of - -- ------- --— — "»m»ci.i v.n«ijci, win! me jvev. v^an languages m which the Lutheran J. Sentman, pastor of Radio Chap- Hour is iirnaHra^f- Mm-P ic H™ el, officiating. Interment will be at Memorial Park cemetery. The Major funeral home in charge. The office of United States attorney-general was organized by an act of congress in 1789. Hour is broadcast. Here is the complete list: Afrikaans, Alban-, ian, Arabic, Bengali, Bulgarian, Burmese, Chinese, English, Estonian, Finnish, French, German, Greek, Hindustani, Hungarian, Indonesian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Latvian, Lithuanian, Mara thi, Persian, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Russian, Siamese, Slovak, Spanish, Taiwanese, Tamil, Telegu, Turkish, Urdu and Yiddish. . Is Pentacostal Ideal Lutheran Hour foreign language broadcasting is conducted in keeping with the Pentecostal ideal, according to which "every man" shall "in his own language" hear the wonderful works of God." While 16 languages were used on Jthe fii-st Pentecost day, what abundant reason for overflowing gratitude to Almighty Gor is the impressive total of languages in which Bringing Christ to the Nations is privileged to broadcast. The Bethlehem Lutheran church is the local church of the Lutheran Hour, which helps sponsor these broadcasts. It may be heard on the Mutual system, including KICM in Mason City. The far-flung activities of the 17th Lutheran Hour season will require a weekly budget of $27,000, an annual total of $1,400,000. Bringing Christ to the Nations is a mission of faith, looking entirely to God's grace and the support of the listening audience for the funds needed to continue and take advantage of the many open doors to carry out the Savior's great missionary command to "go . . , into all the world and preach the gospel to every creature." DOCTOR WALTER A. MAIER North lowon Attends Auxiliary Sessions of Medical Society Manly—Mrs. S. S. Westly went to Des Moines where she attended the State Medical Association Auxiliary meeting held at Hotel Fort Des Moines. She is on the committee for mental health of the 3rd district. Mrs. Westly is a past state president of the auxiliary. While in Des Moines she also attended sessions of the Federated club which also were held at Hotel Fort Des Moines. • Teachers Meet West Union — Miss Glenadine Gibb of the extension service of Iowa State Teachers college, Cedar Falls, will be guest speaker at the meeting of all rural teachers of Fayette county in the assembly room of the courthouse in West Union Salurdny. Mrs. Eleanor Jensen Rites Saturday at Local Funeral Home Funeral services for Mrs. Elea- Fire Calls At 2:03 p. m., Thursday 1o COO 4th S. W., Mason City Warehouse garage. Spark from truck motor In garage Ignited gas In pan. Out on arrival. At 4:01) p. m., Thursday In front of ','.'1 3rd N. W. No fire. Service wire shorted. At 5:18 p. m., Thursday, to 221 2nd N. IV., apartment of Miss V. Burns. No fire. Occupant locked out of apartment when door blew shut. At 12:01 a. m.. Friday, to 20 S. Federal, cleaning men locked In 2nd floor offices. New Cor Sales Fred W. Schlichtlng, route 3, Dodge; I.auritz ' Sehoneman, Swuledale, Dodge; Robert Reed, Dougherty, Ford- Ray W Whorley, 23 ]2th 8. E., Plymouth; D. J. Schmitt, 1112 4th S. W., Studebaker; Zenor Motor Co., Mason City, Oldsmo- blle; Charles Boyd, Jr., 710 4th S. E., Chevrolet truck; Fianfc or Dorothy Marquard, Clear Lake, Ford; George Cor- bln, Ventura, Dodge; Frink C. Lovell, Jr., Clear Lake, Bulck; C. J. Merkel, HOfi Jefferson N. W., Oldsmoblle; M. L. Mayo, 400 N. Federal, Chevrolet. Realty Transfers Lydla Holmen and Carl A. Holmen, to Richard II. McDonald and Claude R. Ware, ?1 and other, (WD) L. 6, except W. 40 feel and S. 22 feel of L. 5, except W. 40 feet thereof, all B. 3, Meservey's Add., 9-21-49. Brue, Engvold M. and Olfz. to Lawrence E. Hegffestad, ji and other, (WD) E. B8 feel W. 440 feet of L. 8, Subd of NW,4 3-!)G-2n, 9-21-40. Enabnlt, Doris O. and David E., to Donald R. Patterson, $1 and other (WD) L. 1, Blk. a, Beaver Add., Clear Lake o-::o-49. Pickelt, Grace Pearl, to Albert Oscar for p. m. Saturday at the Major Memorial chapel, with the Rev. Carl SPEED QUEEN: WASHERS it's 20 East State Phone 17 9 AMERICA'S FINEST BICYCLE Ride the Bike Jhe Movi'e Stars Ride! LOOK AT THESE FEATURES Electronically Welded Frame • Drop-out Retr Fork • Built-in Kick Stand E ASY to pedal . . . easy to ride, Schwlnn-Built Bicycles are smooth, streamlined and sturdy . . . designed to give you trouble-free operation and safer riding. Don't buy "Schwinn." Bring Dad in to see the bike you want.. .today! MODELS FROM $00.00 UP SPITFIRE MODEL 20 E. State Phone 17 at Curries Decorative Artificial Flowers Bring Summer Cheer To Your Home All Winter Beautiful lifelike flowers and flower arrangements that will bring to your home this winter all the glory and splendor of your summer flower gardens. Choose your arrangement today. TABLE ARRANGEMENTS $' ROSES Each .... FALL FOLIAGE up 20c up up LILIES OF THE VALLEY MARIGOLDS POM PONS DAHLIAS VIOLETS ZINNIAS PANSIES CATTAILS IVY AND MANY OTHERS 20 East Slate Phone 17 und and Anna K. Lund, jt. (en., $1 and thcr, (WU)2L. U, Blk. 2, Patriarch's Mill- »nt Park belnr part of L. 1, Subd. at , I. 9-7-19. Every, Geo. Wm., to Walter Janssen, $1 nd other, (WO) L. 8, Blk. "A," W. H. ILyn's Subd. of L. 6. 12, and W. li/16th* f L. 0. NW/ 4 NEU lfl-9ti-20, 9-32-19. Everett R. Eerrier from Geneva B. errler. He Is to retain title And cus- ody of ali his personal beloifinfi and he to hen. No alimony. He 1* to pay ttorney fees and costs. Betty Mae Poohl from Jacob Poohl, Jr. he is awarded custody of 8 children, 10 monthly child support. She Is to get Itle to all property and he is to pay 11 outstanding family obligations. Divorces Filed Mabel Dutcher afalnsl Lester I. Dutcher on (rounds «f cruelty. She .jks custody of 2 children, temporay and icrmanent alimony of $150 monthly and ittorney fees. Married March 2, 1315, at Vebster City. Mildred B. Haugen "against Byron L. Haufen tn rroundi of Cruelly. Sh« a*kl custody »f a child and |2$ monthly child support. Married A»j. 10,' IMS, at S«- attle. Separated Hay 81, 1949. Vernon Shlnn, Jr., aralnst Edythe Vir. nla Shlnn on r'«<">** of cruelty. Married May 18, 1M7, at Nashua. Separated May !i», 1949. Marriage Licenses Williard Arthur Grimm, 22, Elfin, Minn., and Beverly Anne Turner, 18, Minneapolis; James Reynolds Morse, til, and Dorothy Anna DeSumery, JS3, bath of Mason City. RADIO PICK uf* a ocLivtay 819 SO FEDERAL TEL.504 TRY A G-G CLASSIFIED AD* Merkels ALDENS 12 South Federal Phone 793 It's Formfit Week at MERKELS-ALDENS Sept. 23 to Sept. 30 And we're aiming right at the heart of your glamor A Sweetheart of a Figure This is a very special week in our corset department... dedicated to showing you proof that no mailer what your figure faults ... you can have the look of figure perfection. The secret? 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