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Mason City, Iowa
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Saturday, September 24, 1949
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Clear Lake Briefs F. H. Allen was called to Geneva, Iowa, Wednesday evening by the death of his mother, Mrs. Jane Allen, 90. Funeral arrangements are incomplete. W. H. Buchleiter, Veterinarian. 113? W. 2nd. Ph. 866. Leonard Rodowald, authority on chrysanthemums, will be the speaker at a meeting of the Mason ity Garden club at the Iowa Hardware Mutual building in Mason City Thursday evening at 8. Now! Rocket Action Gas. Why pay more? Bulk Oil Co. Hgwy. 18. Byron Pierce, who was at the Iowa Soldiers home at Marshalltown several weeks for care and treatment, has arrived home and is able to be about some. For Sale: Davenport and chair. 408 W. Benton. Clear Lake Globe Gazette IF YOUR HAPIiK IS NOT DELIVERED BY 0:1)0 I>. M., P». 2SB OR 259. NO COMPLAINTS CAN DE ACCEPTED AFTER 8:45. DANNY GET YOUR Lock Photo GUN — Young, handsome, and SINGLE, Dau Palen, KGLO staff announcer, could have used a gun Thursday night when he was soundly hugged and kissed by four lovely Hamilton coeds, Joan Idso, Bonnie Witt, and JoAnn Peterson, of Nora Springs and Mary Ann Tribbensee of St. Ansgar. Radio Station KGLO played host to a group of the coeds at a Quiz show and after the regular quiz show ended the girls' started quizzing the announcer. When they learned he was single — Dan was mobbed, in Hollywood Peter Farmakis on Elgin, ill., High School Faculty Peter J. Farmakis, son of Mr. and Mrs. James Farmakis, 615 Adams N. W., has joined the fac- fashion and left wondering who uuy put the girls up to the trick. The quiz show was a part of the opening festivities of the Hamilton School of Commerce. After the show the girls were conducted on a tour of the Y. W. C. A. with Miss Ester Schwartz acquainting them with the yearly program. Music was furnished on the accordion and piano by Miss Jfean Kingery of Greene. Mrs. Gladice Sears, principal of the school, served refreshments. Robert Ward Hamilton, vice president of the school, is in charge of social activities for the year. Liit; Elgin high school and junior college as band conductor. Mr. Farmakis, a graduate of the Mason City public high" school, completed his advanced studies in music at the Chicago Musical college where he is now completing studies for his masters degree in music education. During the past 2 years he was the band and orchestra director in the Rockford high school. Almost three-fourths of pedestrians killed in traffic accidents are struck down between 5 p. m. and 8 p. m. during the seasons when these hours are dark. Mrs. Rilla Stanlield, Sheldon, Is spending several weeks at the home of her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Pramer. For sale: Good Norge 13-inch oil burner. Silas Fatland, 6 miles S. on 107, li mi. west. Rainbow Girls will meet at Masonic Temple for practice Saturday at 2 o'clock, Mrs. Ralph Re- plpgle, mother advisor, announced Friday. She asks that every member be present. Public installation of the new officers will ba at 3 o'clock Sunday afternoon. No meeting will be held Monday evening, the regular date. J. J. Gerard, child photographer, will be in Clear Lake Mon., Sept. 26. For appointment ph. Mason City, 1383. Mr. and Mrs. Hyle Lowman and Gary and Mr. and Mrs. David Nelson left Friday afternoon for Grinnell where they will attend the football game Friday evening. Vic Lowman is coaching the Grinnell high school team. On Saturday the group will attend the lowa-U. C. L. A. game at Iowa City. Fvl. George Laiigner, who was recently discharged from the U. S. army at Ft. Louis, Wash., left Wednesday for his home in Chicago after visiting for a week with his uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Markworth. Sorosis Club Opens Series Study "Community Service" Lesson Clear Lake—Mrs. William Madsen presented "Through Community Service" as the first les- so of the series, "A Better Tomorrow," chosen for study this year by the Sorosis club. Luncheon was served at Witke's cafe and the meeting was held at the home of Mrs. Clair Davis, president. Other officers are Mrs. Walter Wood, vice president; Mrs. Madsen, secretary; Mrs. Herschel Murphy, treasurer, and Mrs. E. H. Rich press reporter. The program committee includes Mmes. S. A. Watts, R. D. Robbins and Frank Rich. Mmes. Wesley Collins and Henry Curvo, honorary members, were able to be present. Mrs. Frank Daker is hostess Oct. 6. Lake View club held an auction sale which netted ?46 at the home of Mrs. Everett Paulson. Mrs. Lyle Stevens was auctioneer and Mrs. Warner, Mason City, and Mrs. L. J. Cook were guests. Mrs. F. A. Coe was welcomed as a new member. Mrs, Stevens will be hostess at a 1:30 p. m. luncheon Oct. 13 with Mmes. C. N. Prest- holt and Paulson assisting. SPEAKING AT LAKE—Doctor Juclson Fiebiger, Grinnell, superintendent of Iowa Congregational Christian churches, will be one of the speakers to appear on the program at the fall meeting of the North Central Association of Congregational Christian churches at Clear Lake next Friday. The sessions will be held in the First Congregational church instead of at Methodist Camp as first announced. P.T.A. Room Mothers Hold First Meeting Clear Lake—Room representatives for the Elementary P. T. A. met at the home 'of Mrs. Leonard Juhl Wednesday evening for organization. Duties and commiUee activities were discussed. The room committees at the Lincoln building are: Kindergarten—Mmes. Glenn Orth and D. L. Rowson; First grade—Mmes. John McGill and Jack Dominic; 2nd grade—Mmes. Arthur Merwin and R. E. Bonini; 3rd grade— Mmes. Edwin Fuller and Clifford Ellgen, and 4th grade—Mmes. Jake Spratt and E. A. Oehlert. At the junior high building: Kindergarten—Mmes. John Per- Wisgerhof; First Richard Hanley Music Events Precede RNA Camp Oct. 27 Clear Lake—Plans for a musical program to be presented Oct. 27 at 8 o'clock for the Royal Neighbor lodge were made at the meeting in I. O. O. F. hall Thursday evening. Mrs. Harold Winterstein is program chairman and Mmes. Orville Olson and Loyal Cox • will serve. The camp is invited to attend a district convention at Waterloo next Tuesday, Mrs. Harold Grattidge will entertain the Royal Sept. 23, , t 1B4I fl M%ion City Glol»«-O»i«lU, MM«B City, ners received prizes. Mrs. Hennis is hostess Oct. 6. # # * , Mmes. Ted Truax and John Cunningham were guests of Lake Township Oweso club at the horn* of Mrs, Melvin DeRock Wednesday. Mmes. Don Gabrielson and Earl Bergerfer won prizes in contests. Mrs. G. H. Blakewell is hostess Oct. 12. Oct. 7 and Mrs. Oct. 20. Mmes. Verne Petersen and F. G. Cookman served. Neighbor club Frances Skene •Sf * kins and Guy grade—Mmes. 9x12 RUG SPECIAL While They Last • AXM1NSTER RUGS $4250 Regular Price $52.50 TYLER-RYAN Furniture Co. 29 Second St. S. E. Phone 3910 St. James Church Conference Host St. James Lutheran Sunday school staff will be host to the Mason City area conference of Sunday school workers, which will be held in St. James Lutheran church Sunday afternoon at 2. Doctor John Hiltner of Wartburg college, Waverly, a member of the board of parish education of the American Lutheran church, will be the speaker for the sessions. Welcoming the visitors will be Herman Frenz, superintendent of the St. James Sunday school. The local committee on arrangements is composed of Mrs. Reuben Schaefer, Mrs. Lloyd Russel and Miss Dorothy Krieger. ^ The Bev. H. Hein of Sheffield is chairman of the conference. Ralph Wandrey of Mason City is secretary. In charge of registration are Miss Virginia Lauer and Mrs. H. Frenz. Mrs. L. Washburn Entertains Society Clear Lake—Mrs. Leonard Washburn entertained Dorcas society of the Evangelical Free church Thursday afternoon at the W. W. Jones home. Mmes. Fred Luker, Curtis Humphrey, Virgil Lovik and Jasper Humphrey were guests and 15 members were present. Mrs. L. E. Barrett read the scripture and Mrs. John Knudson gave the lesson. Mrs. Barrett presided at the business meeting in the absence of the president, Mrs. Tom Nelson, Sr., who has resigned. Mrs. Washburn was appointed to act as president for the remainder of the year. A letter was read from Mrs. T. L. Foster extending an invitation to the group to attend a convention in October at Marathon. Boxes will be sent to the Kentucky Mission and to Miss Anna Lund, former Clear Lake resident, at Cherokee. Clothing for the boxes must be in by Oct. 10. Mrs. Knudson is hostess Oct. 20 with Mrs. Earl H,ill, lesson leader. Chapter AQ, Iowa TTT society, opened the year with a luncheon at the All Veterans Social Center in charge of Mmes. W. H. Duensenberg and B. Dayton Merriman, program committee. Mrs. R. B.' Kennedy, a charter member of the Altrurian club from which Chapter AQ originated, was presented a corsage in recognition of 25 years of membership. Mrs. Duesenberg presented the corsage. Mmes. Roy Petersen, Merriman, V. E. Young and Fred Rogers were named delegates to the convention at Waterloo, Oct. 14 and 15. Mrs. Duesenberg will be hostess Oct. 13 when Mrs. Petersen will present "New Trends in Homemaking" for the lesson. Get MORE Rest Every Sleeping Hour Promotion Program at Baptist Church Sunday The, First Baptist church will have promotion exercises Sunday morning at 9:45 at the church. Youngsters from the beginners, primary and junior departments will take part in the program to which parents and friends have been iiivileu. Each youngster will receive a certificate showing he has completed the course of study for the department he has been attending and awards for years of attendance will be given students who have been faithful in attendance, averaging from one to 11 years. Acting Postmaster at Northwood Named Northwood—Mrs. Doris Hudson received word from Postmaster General Donaldson that she has been appointed acting postmaster at Northwood to succeed Hans C. Johnson. The appointment will not become effective, however, until a postoffice inspector comes to Northwood to supervise the office. No date has been set for the change. In the meantime Mr. Johnson who resigned will continue in transfer. An open competitive examination will be called to establish an eligible register of nominees. The date for the open competitive examination has not yet been announced by the'U. S. civil service department. Methodists to Hold Membership Dinner Clear Lake—The annual membership dinner of the Methodist church will be held Tuesday eye- Ring at fi:30 in the church dining room. All persons who have, united with the church during the past year are to come as guests. Doctor Lloyd Gustafson, pastor of the First Methodist church, Mason City, who spent the past summer touring Europe, will be guest speaker. Circle 4 of the Woman's society, Mrs. James Lane, chairman, is in charge of dinner arrangements. Reservations may be made at the W. S. C. S. circle meetings Friday, at the church Sunday or may be phoned to Mrs. Clair Davis or Mrs. Chris Johnston. All reservations must be in by Monday evening. Com* in and let us show you why Spring-Air "Controlled Comfort" is best for you, and •very member of your family. GUARANTEED FOR 15 YEARS Tyler-Ryan Furniture Company ••< St. ft. I. Fhon* 8911 She doean'l neefl medicine — Just rest — And perhap* an occasional dinner «t — »»y MAPLE INN f . K 1979 Has Good Clothing for Rummage Sale Clear Lake—Mrs. A. B. Phillips, chairman of the Soldiers Memorial fund committee, reported Friday that the group has a wonderful assortment of good, clean clothing for the rummage sale being held in the Phillips basement Friday and Saturday. Good men's suits and overcoats, women's suits and dresses, children's coats, suits and play clothes, some articles of food, furniture and kitchen utensils are available. More articles are coming in every hour. All money received goes to the permanent memorial fund to be used for building a soldiers' memorial in Clear Lake soon. Homecoming Committees Are Chosen Clear Lake — Committees for homecoming Oct. 21 were named Thursday by members of the Student Council in a special session at the high school. The committee on organization includes Juana Kay Baurri, council president, Frances Davis and Larry Miller (senior). Miss Baum, general manager, will be assisted by Gaylord Treu and Frances Davis Advisors are Miss Catharyne Chambers and Dwight Anderson Publicity is in charge of Calvin Ashland, Gordon Bruchner, Mary Lou Ludwig and Mary Furleigh Winston Weaver, Miss Gladys Kehm, Miss Irma Gqlberg and Verne Lace are the advisors. To Arrange Parade Larry Miller (senior) is genera chairman of the parade. The sen ior class chairmen are John Mon aghen and Ellen Newman, th junior, Joan Swanson and Jerrj Amundson, the sophomore, Larr Kitchen and Dixie Evenson, th freshman, Margaret Newman an Jim Wright. Dick Banning and William C. Rich are advisors. Reuben Grell and 9th grade industrial art students will decorate the field. For the pep meeting Myrna Jean Miller is chairman with Helen Edwards, Duane Groath and the cheerleaders, Arlene Prestholt, Frances Davis, Barbara Wood and Eunice Renberg, assisting. Advisors are Vic Weber, Miss Nancy Cave and Jon Edwards. John Kopecky and the band will arrange specialties on the field and the Boys C club will take charge of the Homecoming Queen and attendant ceremonies. Will Hold Dance For the dance following the game the committee is Gaylord Treu, chairman, Lester Nichols, Richard Decker, Marjorie Baum and Patty Roseland. Advisors are Mr. Anderson, Miss JoAnne Campbell and Miss Verna Kartens. Tickets are in charge of Nancy Clear Lake Churches ZION I.UTUERAN Morning worship, 9. Senior choir an- Ihem. Sunday school and Bible classes, 10. Morning worship, 11. Junior choir anthem. Mission offering tor Christian education at both services and sermon on: "They Never Fail." Senior Lutheran league, G:30. Ruben Mostrom, pastor. CONGREGATION At, Church school, 9:43. Robert Stuart, superintendent. Adult Bible class, 0:45. Mrs. T. R. Sammis, leader. Morning worship, 11. Sermon: "The Victorious Church." A. B. Engen, soloist. Chorus choir. Hearing aids, nursery. Congo club, 6:30. Hiway club, 6:30. Edward W. Day, D. D., pastor. METHODIST • Sunday school, 9:45. Morning worship, 11. Promotion service lor the Sunday chool. Youth fellowship, 6:30. Social our following. Warner M. Hubbard. astor. EVANGELICAL FREE CHURCH Sunday school, 10. Morning worship, 1. Sermon: "Faith Lo." Youth fel- owship, 7. Evening service, 8, with the oung people in charge. Wednesday, Bi- 'le study and prayer meeting at 8. L. E. Barrett, pastor. CHURCH OF THE OPEN BIBLE Sunday school, 10. Morning worship, I. Sunday evening services, 7:30. Tuesday e'vening, Bible study and prayer meeting, 7:30. A. C. Wegner, Jr., pastor. , CHRISTIAN Sunday school, 9:45. Morning worship, 0:45. Christian Endeavor, 7:30. Bible study, Wednesday evening at 8. Guy W. Carrell, pastor. ST. PATRICK'S CATHOLIC Sunday masses, 3:30 and 10:30. Daily mass at 7:30. Confessions Saturday evening, 7:30 to 9. J. J. Buzj-nskl, pastor. BURCH1NAL Sunday school, 10. H. C. Ludeke, superintendent. CHURCH OF CHRIST, SCIENTIST Sunday school, 9:45. Church services, II. Wednesday evening service, 8. BETHEL CHAPEL Sunday school, 10. Classes for all. Morning worship, 11. Evangelistic service, 7:30. Thursday evening Bible study, 8. David Gaub, pastor. GRANT CENTER Sunday school each Sunday at 10 a. m. Mrs. Dallas Clapper, superintendent. REDEEMER. LUTHERAN (Ventura) Sunday school, 10. Worship, 10:30. Young people's league first Thursday. Sunday school teachers meet second Tuesday. Dorcas society meets second Friday. Choir rehearsal Thursday evening. VV. T. Wolfram, pastor. and Elmer Erickson; 2nd grade— Mmes. G. E. Clough and Thomas Wood; 3rd grade—Mmes. C. R. Minkner and Jim Hildreth; 4th grade—Mmes. Phil Ong and Everett Graves; 3rd and 4th combined—Mmes. Bud Weaver and James W. Brown. Fifth grade — Mmes. Charles Whitney, J. R. Buttleman and Dale Lindstrom; 6th grade— Keith McGowan and Albert Wessels; 7th grade—1, 2 and 3—Mmes. Chris Johnston, C. L. Baumgartner, R. A. Monaghen and G. Wendell Wilcox; 8th grade—Mmes. A. M. Pugh and Otto B. Petersen. The October P. T. A. meeting will honor the room mothers. Refreshments were served with Mmes. Herman Erznoznik, Fred Lysne and R. B. Leibendorfer assisting the hostess. W. L. A. M. club met Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. John Ashland who was assisted by Mmes. Herman Holland, William Schober, Sr., Milton Halsne, Laurice Huritley and Herman Schloemer. Roll call was answered by members giving their experiences on the first day of school. Mrs. Ed Ashland entertains Oct. 27. # * * Mrs. Paul Rsder was hostess to Linger Longer Birthday club. Re freshments were served and games played. Mrs. Herman Markworth is hostess Oct. 6. # * •Si- Plans for a 1 o'clock luncheon be held at "The Chuck Wagon' Mrs. Helen Smead Entertains at Bridge Clear Lake—Mrs. Helen Smead ntertained at bridge at her home, 00 North street, Wednesday eve- ling complimentary to Mmes. L. V. Brown and T. A. Hein who ar« caving soon for winter trips. Mrs. Brown starts Monday for Michigan and Illinois and thence o California. Mrs. Hein is leav« ng next week for Portland, Ore., .o visit her daughter and family. Each honoree received a guest prize. First, 2nd and 3rd high were won respectively by Mmes. B. C. Myhr, R. M. Cole and E. A. Musgjerd. next Thursday were made by members of the Double Dozen club at the Ross Hill home. Mmes James Anderson and Roy Westcot are in charge of arrangements Mrs. George Zirbel led devotion and Mrs. Verne Hennis presente a program of games in which win VERNON RISTAU INFANT DIES •• Clear Lake—The infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Ristau, Thornton, born at a Mason City hospital late Thursday night, died within a few hours. The body is at the Wilcox funeral chapel. Funeral arrangements are incomplete. Ask Ray Seney 19 EAST STATE STREET Clear Lake Calendar SATURDAY—Memorial fund rummage sale, A. B. Phillips basement, all day. V. F. W. Auxiliary poppy sale, all day. Cub Scout den 4, Mrs. Loren Whalen, Ventura, 10 a. m.; den 1, Mrs. Syd Thompson, 10 a. m. Danish Brotherhood, lodge No. 219, I. O. O. F. hall, 8. Danish club of '49, Legion hall, 8. DeMolay dancing party, Masonic temple, 8. . Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Ikenberry, 213 S. First street, plan to move to their home in Mason City Saturday. IT'S ASPIRIN AT ITS BEST StJoseph ASPIRIN WORID'S LARGEST SELLER AT IO< 15 So. Wash. Phone 860 EXPERT SERVICE On AIL Makes Of • RADIOS Specialized service on Wards Refrigerators; Washers and small Appliances, Have Our Expert Check Your Oil Heater Ludwig, Max Reynolds and Pat Linahon. Dean Anderson, Carol ,ee Garvin, Donna Bisgrove, Norma Huntley and Calvin Hede- are the dance program C. Ashland Chosen Master Councilor Clear Lake — Calvin Ashland was elected master councilor of the Clear Lake Order of DeMolay to fill vacancy at the regular session at Masonic temple Thursday evening. Don Hewitt was chosen senior and Lawrence Fell junior councilor. They fill the places of Rae Bieber, Gerald Carrell and Robert Replogle, respectively. Plans were made for dance at the temple Saturday evening at 8. DeMolay members and friends are eligible to attend. Largest dinosaur found in South Dakota's White River area, home of pre-hislorlc monsters was the brontotherium. This was similar in appearance to a rhinoceros and reached the size of a full-grown elephant. ^ committee. Jon Edwards, E. Burnett Engen and John Kopecky are DRIVE CAREFULLY SAVE A LIFE IT MAY BE YOURS advisors. M. E. Gilmore is chairman o£ the junior high school activities and Miss Grace Anderson of the Lancoln building contributions. Additions may be made to any committee by the chairman of that committee. * * * Duke Montague, sleight of hand artist popularly known as "The Wizard of 'Ahs' " gave a program at, the high school Thursday afternoon for high school students and children in grades 6, 7 and 8 from the junior high building. His work was reported exceptionally fine, entertaining and clever. His mystifying illusions, wit and personality made a great hit with the student body. W I DENTIST PRACTICE LIMITED PL ATE WORK 302 SOUTH FEDERAL Mason City CEDAR RAPIDS DE5MOINES SIOUX FARM BUILDINGS AUCTION The following: buildings must be sold and moved to make way for new construction: LOCATED IMMEDIATELY NORTH OF RUAN TRANSPORTATION CO., HIWAY 106, CLEAR LAKE Saturday, Sept. 24 - 2 P. M. — BUILDINGS FOR SALE AS FOLLOWS: — No. 1 HOUSE—28 x 32, two story, plumbing 2 years old, 8 rooms, in good condition. Good gas space heater, built in sink, tub, water heater, etc. No. 2 BARN— 26 x 26, lots of good lumber and timber in this building. No. 3 CORN CRIB—8'/ z x 10 x 16, fair condition. No. 4 WASH HOUSE—8 x 10 in good condition. Would make a good child's playhouse, farm building or granary. No. 5 OUTHOUSE—2 passenger, like new. 5>/z x 5. No. 6—CHICKEN HOUSE—10 x 16, good roof. No. 7 CHICKEN HOUSE 12 x 14, good roof. No. 8 SHACK 8 x 9, miserable shape. No. 9 SHACK 8x8, good shape. No. 10—GARAGE, 10 x 16, good shape. GENERAL INFORMATION Terms of sale are, all cash date of sale, all buildings to be removed from premises cm or before Oct. 16, 1949. Outbuildings may be inspected at any time. House may be Inspected Sept. 22 and 23 between the hours of 4:30 and 5:30 P. M. This Is a wonderful chance for someone to ret a good home at fair market value. Kenet Pearce, Agent, Romey Realty Co. Estate Auction Sale of Household Goods The household goods belonging to the late Amelia. Kisner will b« sold at Public Auction at her former home at 214 North Clara Street, Clear Lake, Iowa, on Saturday, Sept. 24, at 2 P. M. This will include all of the furnishings in the home, being 2 bedroom suites; davenport; % large chairs; desk; 9 x 18 rug like new; 74 foot Westinghouse refrigerator practically new; complete Maytag washer nearly hew; a Dixie gas range almost new; all kitchen utensils; dishes; and some antiques. This is choice furniture and merchandise. i The auction will start promptly at 2 o'clock at 214 North Clara Street at Clear Lake, Iowa. M. A. ARNESON, Administrator E. B. Stillman, Attorney Phil Sheimo, Auctioneer fashion at your price... lovely, breathtaking furs . . . created by mastercraftsmen for years of satisfaction ... "curs at 1949 low Cownie prices *•• on convenient terms. See the large selection, ICownie's "are bringins » • » ONE DAY ONLY MONDAY, SEPT. 26 Dale Pattschull " A factory trained Cownie fur expert will be here to advise you about the various furs and their qual-j Hies. there is still time to have your furs Luster- jglo cleaned or repaired. Have your furs taken care of NOW, before winter. pictured, • So. kct» Mended Mutfe**. priced 1 «t only 4298. Including the Ux. thorized Cownie representative^ OLUF T. HANSEH STORE CLEAR LAKE

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