Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on September 23, 1949 · Page 29
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 29

Mason City, Iowa
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Friday, September 23, 1949
Page 29
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Damon's Layaway SALE OF TOYS •i? Be ready when Christmas comes with tha toys you want to give. It's simple ... A small down payment will hold your selection . . . Pay a little at a time ... or the full balance when you take them out ... You will find a grand assortment here to choose from, so come in today, and start laying yours away. You'll be glad that you did'! TRAIN SETS NEW YORK CENTRAL DEISEL SET 67.50 "O" GAUGE FREIGHT TRAINS 37.50 to 50.00 "027" GAUGE — PASSENGER 15.95 to 49.50 TRANSFORMERS, 110-250 WATT 13.95 to 25.00 EXTRA CARS, ALL TYPES 3.75 to 14.50 ALL TYPES ACCESSORIES INCLUDING • STATIONS • BLOCK SIGNALS • GATES • SEMAPHORES • GATE MEN, ETC. 1.75 up • COAL LOADERS • LOG LOADERS • MAGNETIC CRANE $-| • SWITCHES, ETC. . ...,.„ I TOYS OF ALL KINDS FOR BOYS AND GIRLS * OF ALL AGES . . . CHOOSE NOW IN THIS GREAT LAY-AWAY SALE PLENTY OF DOLLS OF ALL KINDS CHILDREN'S FURNITURE, DOLL FURNITURE TRICYCLES . . . SCOOTERS . . . WAGONS DOLL BUGGIES GIRLS' DISHES AND ALUMINUM SETS POOL TABLES ... GAMES *•— MECHANICAL TOYS . . . WIND-UP TRAINS STUFFED ANIMALS . . ROCKING HORSES .. SLEDS TINKER TOYS . . . EDUCATIONAL TOYS MUSICAL TOYS . . . ERECTOR SETS CHEMISTRY SETS . . . AND A HOST OF OTHERS SEE THIS GREAT PRE-VIEW OF TOYS ON DISPLAY IN OUR DOWNSTAIRS STORE . . . MAKE YOUR SELECTIONS EARLY WHILE THE CHOICE IS COMPLETE, HERE and THERE Goodell—Capt. Carl R. Sandberg, Mrs. Sandberg, Bill and Carla, have moved to Chicago Heights, 111. Capt. Sandberg is an army electrical engineer, having recently been transferred from Omaha to Chicago. They have spent the summer at their home at Beed's Lake near Hampton. Carl is a son of the O. Sandbergs. Hanlontown—The Boy Scouts will begin their regular meetings again Monday evening after a vacation of several weeks. Woden—Mrs. George T. Gerdes underwent surgery at Mercy hospital at Mason City. Rake—Carrie and Leslie Lande of Slater were recent guests at the Mrs. P. J. Christcnson home. Woden—Mr. and Mrs. Glaus Smith, Dr. and Mrs. W. L. Tindall, Mr. and Mrs. Laverne Smith, and Mrs. Goslin were among those attending the 30th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Dirksen at Mason City recently. Rake—Mrs. Jeanette Oswald and Leon Martin of Anoka, Minn., visited relatives and friends here a few days. Latimer—Miss Rhogene Sorensen left for Decorah, where she will resume her studies at Luther college. Hampton—William Bottke, E. J. Stonebraker and Claude Patlon are at Cut Foot Sioux, Minn., on a fishing trip. Thompson—Mr. and Mrs. Arden Clark and Andy Anderson, of San Francisco, Cal., and Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Clark of Bimidji, Minn., were recent visitors at the Frances Clark home and with relatives at Former Resident of Charles City Dies Charles City — Word was received Wednesday by Mrs. Cora Boyd, 102^ Main street, . of the death of Mrs. George Failor, resident of Charles City, approximately 8 years ago. Mrs. Failor died of a heart attack early Wednesday morning at the home of her son, Clarence, in Arvado, Colo., where she was visiting. Mrs. Failor was a resident of Grinnell. She was the wife of Dr. George Failor, former Charles City optician. Funeral services will be held Thursday in Grinnell at the James Funeral home at 2 p. m. Surviving Mrs. Failor are her 2 sons, Clarence and family at Arvado Colo., and Loell and family of Washington, D. C. Maion Cliy Globe-Gazette, Mason City. la. Sept. 22, Forest City. Waucoma — Mr. and Mrs. George Stribley have received word of the birth of a son, Sept. 17, to their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Tassio (Betty Jean Stribley), at Allen Memorial hospital in Waterloo. Chester—Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Hughes of Clovei-ton, Minn., are guests at Irvin Isaacksons. Swaledale—Mr. and Mrs. Fred Redman and family of Edgar, Wis., and Mr. and Mrs, Ed England and family of Byron, 111., came for a family reunion with their mother, Mrs. Susan England, and other relatives. Chester—Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Reitz of St. Paul were guests of Robert Laisons. Garner—Mrs. Ada L. Clement and Millard left recently for Bradford, 111., where they will visit relatives and friends. They will also visit relatives and friends at Henry, Sparland and Peoria, 111., before returning to Garner. Leland—Mr. and Mrs. George Ostby of Elk River, Minn., who are visiting relatives in this vicinity, were guests Monday at the Halvor Ambroson home. Marble Rock — Miss Shirley Adams, who is employed at the courthouse, has been ill and unable to work the past 2 weeks. Leland—The Rev. and Mrs. Perry Sampson had as their guest for the past few days Elmore Dokken of Ft. Worth, Tex. Charles City Briefs Births at the Cedar Valley hospital here included sons to Mr. and Mrs. Donald Dexheimer, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Seeley, Mr. and Mrs. Francis Mehmen, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Marth, and Mr. and Mrs. Dale Kellogg, ail of Charles City; Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Cox of Colwell; Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Betteswortg of Rockford; Mr. and Mrs. James Reams of Marble Rock. Marriage licenses issued by District Court Clerk L. V. Leigh included Arnold Litterer, 23, of Greene, and Yvonne Wagner, 19, of Marble Rock, and Joseph U. Ricci, 24, Aswatama, Kans., and Frances Lawler, 23, of Charles City. Mayor and Mrs. Harold S. Henry left Monday night by train for a 2 weeks' visit in New York City, with Mrs. Henry's sister, Mrs. Charles Eckman, and in Washington, D. C. Dr. and Mrs. O. H. Banton left the past weekend on a trip to Small... Smart... Verg New '6.00 the eastern Canada. Mrs. David Charles City, United States and S c r i m g e r, rural returned Monday night from Des Moines where she had accompanied her husband who underwent an operation in the Veterans hospital. Scrimger, who entered the hospital Friday morning, is in fair condition. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Walker of Elma are now residents of Charles City, living in Hobert's cabins. Mrs. Walker is the former Janet Amsden of Charles City. Miss Marjory Sturm, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Sturm, 105 College avenue, left Wednesday for Washington, D. C., after visiting with her parents. Miss Sturm is employed in the capital as secretary to Senator Burke Hickenlooper. Falls Into Jar \Villiamsburg — At Williamsburg, little Janice McAllister, 16 months old, put her head into a 10-gallon jar, slipped over the edge of the jar and lit upside down in it in about 6 inches of water. A niece found her almost immediately and pulled her out. Janice recovered quickly. 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