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Mrs. Howd Is New President Birthdays Observed by Sing, Sew Club Clear Lake—Mrs. Charles Howd was chosen president of Sing and Sew club at the home of Mrs. Art, Pederson Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Gerald Watson is retiring president. Mrs. Clarence C. Branson was named vice president, Mrs. Ervin Pederson secretary, Mrs. Glen Amosson treasurer and Mrs. Miles Borlon press reporter. The new officers take over in October. The birthdays of Mmes. Watson, Amosson, Borton, James Barlow, Howard Oehlert, Earl Miller and Ray Bast were celebrated. Mrs. Donald Oehlert, Rockwell, and Mrs. J. J. Hanley, Jr., Clear Lake, were guests. The club voted to give $5 to the polio fund. Mrs. Amosson entertains Oci:. 18 when new officers will be in charge and mystery friends will be revealed. Mrs. W. H Wagner entertained Neotera club at the first fall ses- sion, Plans were made for the I year's activities which will include service to needy school children as indicated by the school nurse. The program committee includes Mmes. Carl Anderson, Burton Bohlen and Wagner. Mrs. Alfred Jostcn, Garner, will entertain the club at her cottage in Oakwootl park Oct. 18. Husbands will be guests. Lucky Nine club met Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. George Prest- holdt. Prizes were wen by Mmes. John Kopecky, H. A. Ehrreich and H. J. Sutcliffe. Mrs. Ehrreich entertains Oct. 4. DECAY-FIGHTING AMMONIATED TOOTH PASTE! Licensed by the University of Illinois Foundation! nitflT LJIfVl I lllW I N AMMONIATED TOOTH PASTE Get the anti-decay PASTE with the wonderful TASTE THANK Y N E WS of RECORD New Car Sales Alvlu V. Miller, Thornton, Ford truck; Jerry L. Aia r rman. -ill :i«lh S. li., Kurd; Treloar i Son, Clear Lake, Chevrolet truck; Hay llaglin, Clear Lake, Chevrolet; Roy I,. Itarman. 1'lymouth, Chevrolet; E. B. lliglcy Co.. •!(>!) S. federal, Chevrolet truck; N. L. Licsencr, Ventura, Dodge; Vcrn L. Fullmer, 10!) 15th S. E., Croslcy; Mariitus Peterson, Thornton, Hudson; Tanners' Co-Op. Dairy, Clear Luke, Chevrolet truck; F. E. MaSl- lurd, 2f>15 Jefferson S. W., Oldsmohilej the Rev. Paul A. Madden, 331 W. Stale Oldsmohilc. Marriage Licenses Kenneth James Miller, 21, and Ka Jtuth Tanner, ID. Clear Lake. Divorces Filed K. D. Brown from Marian Brown 01 grounds of cruel und Inhuman treat tnent. Married at I.uma, Ariz., Sept •IT, 1!M7. Separated Oct. 10, 1!H7. Irma \VinUlcr from Jack W. Winkle on grounds of cruel ami inhuman treat incut. She asks custody of 2 minor chil drcit and $100 monthly child support lltlc to household foods and a 1!M!) Kaiser registered to the defendant, S'idO temporary alimony, permanent alimony of SICn per month and S-^U attorney fees. vlrs. F. Swanson Heads M. M. Club Clear Lake—Mrs. Frank Swanson was installed president of the Music Mothers' club Tuesday afternoon i.i the music room of the high school. Mrs. Arthur Hammond was installed vice president; Mrs. Virgil Allen secretary, and Mrs. E. M. Duesenberg treasurer. Mrs. Hammond is retiring president. .Band uniforms have been called in next Tuesday at 12:30. It was decided to hold future meetings the 3rd Tuesday of each month from 2:30 to 4 and that composers would be studied this year. Financial projects and social activities were discussed and an informal talk was given by John Kopecky, instrumental music instructor. Mrs. Swanson announced that the books have been audited. The next meeting is Oct. 18 with Mrs. Hammond as hostess. The "Mason and Dixon Line" actually was surveyed by two Englishmen, Charles Mason and Jeremiah Dixon, in the 18th Century to settle territorial disputes between the proprietors of Maryland and Pennsylvania. Mason City Globe-Gazette, Mason City, I*. Sept. 21, 1949 21 Ask Ray Seney 19 EAST STATE STREET Night AUCTION AT TIJE Kanawha Sales Pavilion KANAWHA, IOWA, ON HIGHWAY NO. Ill \ FRIDAY NIGHT, SEPT. 23 STARTING AT 7:30 P. M. Nearly new FARMERS FRIEND elevator, about 42 feet long, will be sold at our auction this Friday night. Look it over. For full value, for dependable livestock auction service, consign your stock to Kanawha. Buyers for all kinds of cattle, pigs, hogs and sheep at all of our Friday sales. We have a big sale every week. It will pay you to be on hand if you are interested in selling or buying livestock. Before you sell your stock, pqpfit by seeing us. H. Brummund, Auctioneer & Manager RAIZES Births Reported (At Mercy Hospital)—Daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Peterson, 1C17 Pennsylvania N. E., Monday. Son to Mr. and Mrs. Leslie D. Whippie, 121 W. Stale, Tuesday. Son to Mr. and Mrs. Harlls Moore- licad, Ventura, Tuesday. Son to Mr. and Mrs. James Blackman, GUI 1st S. E., Tuesday. Daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Vcrner Hamilton, Garner, Monday. <At Park Hospital)— Daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Eugfcne R. Eldrldge, route one, Tuesday. Daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Tony Bar- Ilk, Brltt, Tuesday. Fire Calls In The Reader's Digest you learned how effectively ammoniated dentifrice in powder form combatted tooth decay. "' Now you can have the same active principle in tooth paste form. Yes, paste, not powder. And that's the way most Americans prefer to clean their teeth. PEB-AMMO Tooth Paste fights decay . . '. brightens teeth . . . tastes wonderful. Children will love it. And so will you. - Use PEB-AMMO with CONFIDENCE. It is compounded by Lehn & Fink, for 75 years makers of anti-bacterial products! At 32:21 p. in., Tuesday to 408 15th S. E., electric wire down. Police Court Intoxication—r,i'o S. Dyer, tJO'J 7th S. W., and Krland J. Erickson, -110 2nd N. W., each fined 510 and costs. Overtime Parking—Robert L. Bliss, 5^i S. Federal, forfeited $3 for II offenses. George D. Dunn, 414 Jefferson N. W.; N. E. Barsness, !>0l Pennsylvania N. E.; and T. II. Wilson, SI2-J Madison N. W., each forfeited S'J liond for '.'. offenses. Lewis Wilson, !)-.T, Washington X. W.; I..CC See Co., ;>ll N. Federal; Eugene Wailcs, 3M 20th S. E.; Tom Kelly. 2119 2nd S. E.: Otto I.chmann. 55L 7th S. E., Mrs. Harry Helgason, JJ(il) Maple Drive S. E.; llusscll B. Gray, U13 4th S. W.; F. R. Focklcr, :t!8 Isl S. VV.; Everett Hnnseii, route 2; G. V. Wllfong, 30 Louisiana S. E.; Alfred II. Roberts, route one; Stanley L,. Haynes, 10-t Jefferson K. W.: C. I. Snydcr, IS 1st S. 1C.; John S. Hamilton. 210 Jefferson N. W.; Clifford May. Kensrtt; Hubert Cidcman. 115 Van Burcn N. W.. and Margaret Wolf, Charles City, eacli forfeited St hond. ; Improper Parking—B. F. Goodrich .Co., HO N. Federal; Suzanne Senneff, 1025 Tyler N. W.; Mrs. Katherinc Lucky, route 3; Lonff and Yuhousc, 417 Olli N. W.; Richard Leln, Minneapolis; Melvin Kliven. Rockwell; Jim Mclaughlin, 1205 Georgia S. E.; Carlos Chavez. 328 29lh S. W.; Georce Maskovinti. SIfi >llh S. W.; Bernard Marsdcn, Dougherty; Mrs. George Strectcr, ?828 Harding S. W., and Stover Electric Co., 10 Enterprise S. «'., each forfeited SI bond. Passing School Stop Sign —William Ward, route 4; Lloyd Haag, 1145 15th N. W.; Warren Schwab, route 3, and Charley R. Moore, 1212 Monroe N. W., each forfeited 53 bond. Double Varhlng—Vcrn Hunter, 107 7th S. W.. and Chuck Rvjindl, 22!) 27tli S. W., each forfeited $2 hond. Mason City merchants wish to express their sincere thanks to all who took part in the "What's New In Merchandise?" guessing contest. HERE ARE THE WINNERS. YOUNKERS . Mi's- W. H. Wrye, Hotel Hanford, Mason City YELLAND & HANES Esther Prall, 824 N. Carolina, Mason City F. W. WOOLWORTH CO Mrs. Howard Cook, Rockwell, Iowa R. S. WEBER CARPET CO Paul Fandel, 203 Oth St. S. E., Mason City STORKLAND Mrs. Verne Lace, South Shore Drive, Clear Lake, Iowa SEARS ROEBUCK & CO Mrs. H. -Ayers, 1611 N. Jefferson, Mason City jjAY SENEY Laura Osterhage, Nora Springs, Iowa SAM RAIZES DEPARTMENT STORE, Mrs. D. E. Watts, 22 S. Louisiana, Mason City ROY EDGINGTON, INC Lloyd Kellogg, 716 N. Monroe, Mason City J. C. PENNEY CO Elnora Ayer, Rock Falls, Iowa NICHOLS & GREEN .Mrs. Frank DeVary, 2027 S. Harding, Mason City MULLANEY HATS Mrs. Charles Weber, 725 N. Harrison, Mason City MONTGOMERY WARD & CO Mrs. Paul Daugherty, 328 S. Federal, Mason City MIER WOLF & SONS Mrs. J. H. Leibrick, Belmond, Iowa MERKELS-ALDENS Elsie Schmidt, 236 20th S. E., Mason City MASON CITY FUR SHOPPE, Samuel Hinrichs, 716 1st Ave., N. E., Hampton, Iowa MARSHALL & SWIFT FURS Mrs. Paul Reed, Round Lake, Minn. S. S. KRESGE CO., South Federal, Mrs. H. J. Hanson, 416 4th St. N. W., Mason City S. S. KRESGE CO., North Federal Mrs. Harold Ouverson, Fertile, Iowa KLIPTO LOOSE LEAF CO. Jim Gallogly, 228 West State St., Mason City KEMBLE'S GREENHOUSE . .Mrs. Dorothy Luker, 1225 N. President, Mason City KATHRYN'S CHINA & GIFT SHOP, Rev. E. G. Scott, 320 6th Place S. W., Mason City JOHNSTON'S FLOWERS . Nola Holub, 617 S. Jefferson, Mason City IOWA TEA AND CHINA CO Mrs. John Dvorak, Route 2, Mason City GILDNERS Mrs. Lois Springer, 315 21th St. S. W., Mason City THE FABRIC CO Mrs. Nina Basham, 228 1st St. S. E., Mason City BATONS Mrs. J. Timmcrman, M20 N. Washington, Mason City DILLON COMPANY, INC Mrs. A. W. Peterson, 548 15th St. S. E., Mason City DAVIDSONS Mrs. Don Marshall, 18 Beaumont Drive, Mason City DANIELS JEWELRY, INC Mrs. Alice Cookman, 41 24th St. S. W., Mason City DAMON'S Mrs - H - °- Brahm, 1029 3rd St. S. W., Mason City CURRIES • Mrs. Clarence Patterson, 694 1st St. S. E., Mason City BUTTREYS Mrs. Chester Diehl, Northwood, Iowa BOSTON STORE Ethel Tuttle, Route 3, Clear Lake, Iowa BOOMHOWER HARDWARE Mrs. John Frahm, Clear Lake, Iowa BLANCHARD JEWELRY Mrs. Walter Balek, 121 N. Washington, Mason City BARON'S Goldie Michalek, Manly, Iowa B & B SHOE STORE Mrs. Mina Hunsen, 811 N. Adams, Mason City ABEL & SON, INC J ac|{ MacNider, Jr., Route 2, Mason City Realty Transfers Brown. Charles R. and Mildred 11., lo Lowell E. Shepherd. SI and other, (WD> L. 9. Illk. 8, Highlands, !)-lf!-49. Oswald, Albion R. and Myrtle E., to Elizabeth Hlimins, SI and other, (WD) KVc L. «, ISlk. 1, Robert's -Add., M. C., •J-lli-4!). Wolf, Louis and Bernlcc, to Joseph S. Simon and Rosalyn, SI and other, (WD) L. 4!), Blk. I, And's Replat Blks. 1 and '!, N. Shore Add., Clear Lake, jt. ten.. Kniglit,' Russell 1C. and Mary Went- \vorth Knight, to NWlern .National Life Ins. Co., 51 and other. (QCD) L. :i, Blk. o, Norrls' 2nd Add., M. C., !>-8-4D. Link, S. L. and Glee L., to Virgil T). 1 Baker and Marjorie, jt. ten., SI and other, (WD) L. 0, Blk. 3, Younrhlood's Add., M. C., 8-10-lD. Ell. Herman E. and Dorothy, to Claude A. Booth and Masgic May, jt. ten., SI and other. <WD) Lot J, Blk. 2, Law's 2nd Add., M. c.. n-ir.-in. I'ulliam, Hazel Blanche, to K. J. Wcn- rich, SI and other, N. ll.'t feet L. ."> and li, Hill. 23, M. C., 0-19-49. Associated Builders, Inc., lo William E. Curtis and Helen B., jt. ten., SI and other. Lots :t!2 and 313, Midland heights, M. C.. (WO) !l-20-4!>. Wlllowhrook Development Co., to Adelaide ]'. Amen, (WI>> SI and other, S. '!.", ft. L. 2, Blk. 0, Wlllowhrook Add., M. C., R-'.»2-4!>. Willowljrook Development Co., lo Adc- laidr P. Amen, SI and oilier, (WD) L. :i, Blk. 9, fVlllnwhrook. McCiillnugh, Alma, to Straitls G. llrc- ffolis, 51 and other, L. 2.1. Blk. 1. W. Haven Ddd.. (WD) Mason City, 9-2-4!). McCnllouKii, Glenn F..-, In Straitis G. Krccotis. SI and other, (WD) L. i'R, Blk. 1, West Haven Add., Mason City, 8-23-l!». Scnncff, .Tno. A., to John L. Paul and Opal L., H. ten., SI.1I), (WD) L. 9, Blk. 0, Law's Add., M. C., 9-20-1!). Land Bank Commissioner, to William C. Boyle and Lorclta E., releases 1S5-24U, O-li'-lf). Rohcrtson, John, to Harold R. Trimble and Elizabeth M., releases 10S-I27, a-20-49. Dammen, Margaret and Kenneth, Jt. ten., to W. H. Pritchard, W. S., Jr., and Mary. jt. ten., SI and other. (WD) Lots 12 and 1H, Clear View Add.. 7-7-49. Police on Job Denver, (IP) —Ten policemen in a half-dozen siren-screaming automobiles raced Tuesday night to the First National bank. With hands fingering their revolvers, officers deployed and cautiously covered the entrance while other policemen hurried inside. Inside they found Henry Whitted, 43, an engineer in the building, just recovering from a faint An excited fellow worker aftei seeing Whitted collapse had called police and asked for "help for the watchman." Fish Comes to Pinner Greenville, Miss., (U.R)—Seaman A verm W. Cochran got tired o fishing and decided to take night-time spin in his motor boat Within 10 minutes he returne ^vith a 17-pound catfish. "It jus | jumped in the boat," Cochran explained. Heart Disease Worst San Francisco, (U.R) — Statistics released by Dr. J. C. Geiger, city health director, showed heart disease accounted for 33 per cent oE all deaths here last year. Cancer, No. 2 public enemy, accounted for 17 per cent of San Frnncisco fatalities during the year. NEW Phones 264-5*6 Regular $1.98 WOMEN'S SLIPS "Thriftex" Guaranteed An economical gored rayon slip. All sizes in white and tea rose CLOSE-OUT SPECIALS 1 Group of SLIPS to close out at BRAS — Special Selling Rayon body sizes. 34-36-38, each 59c 2 for $1 First Quality, Reg. 49c RAYON HOSE Regular 49c Seller Sizes 8V 2 to 10!/2. NOW ONLY pr BARGAIN BASEMENT SPECIALS NOTIONS Reg. 29c KNIT CRO-SHEEN 24c Reg. 29c Clark's "Big Ball" Crochet 24c Reg. lOc Cards BUTTONS, SNAPS, THREAD, HOOKS, TAPE, ETC. • EVERYDAY LOW PRICE . CLOSE-OUT SPECIALS Odds and Ends among which you'll «* find Reg. lOc cards of buttons for only^ Reg. 5c Coats MERCERIZED THREAD Reg. lOc Sansil CROCHET COTTON Reg. 63c Skein, 2-oz. WOOL YARN cards for IOC 2 for 15c skeins REX QUALITY SHEETS 81x99 each Reg:. 29c Flour Sacks • No. 1 Bleached While. • Large 100 Lb. Size. 4 for 87c RAG RUGS Just what your child needs for kindergarten Regular 89c. f*f\ Size 22x36 UiJC PLENTY OF SEWING at 39 yard Size 22"x44" • 80 SQ. PERCALES, NEW TOPMOST FASHIONS SANFORIZED • GINGHAMS • DENIMS « CHAMBRAYS FOR BARGAIN SEWING NEEDS SHOP RAIZES DID YOU KNOW? That Raizes is Mason City's Only Home Owned Department Store That Serves YOUR ENTIRE FAMILY NEEDS UNDER ONE ROOF! Snow Suits We have everything for your children in I and 2 piece suits. $8.95 Coat & Legging Sets Beautifully Made Smart Colors SAVE UP TO $4 ON THESE up 1-Pc. Twill Snow Suit fP*^' Cap to Match. ^/ Sixes 1 to 14 This is an ideal garment for .Fall, Winter and Spring wear. Our Entire Stock of Boys' and Girls' Snow Suits are Priced to Give You the Best Quality at REAL BARGAIN PRICES. Wash Dress Sale Special Group ^4 |tA Fine Quality, 80 Sq. V AAJ7 Prints in a Gorgeous Array of Prints and Patterns. Many Styles. AM Sixes 2 ^r $3 00 Girls' DRESS BAkGAIN Finest quality and makes we've seen in many years . . . Loomcrafts . . . Mitzys Dot and Dash. Sixes 1 to 14. $149 $1.98 $249 $1 1 Group of Dresses. Bargain Basement Specials Regular $1.00 CHILDREN'S SWEAT SHIRTS Sli&htly Irregular. Sizes 4 lo 8. Donald Duck Mickey Mouse Designs 69c Women's FLANNEL NIGHTGOWNS Full Cut/Washable Heavy £4 |CA Weight yl«O? up Skintees Panties • Kiiil Briefs, RCR. 59c • Individually Wrapped, Ready to Wear • Blue, While, Tcarose, Maize 39 FREE PARKING For Our Customers Drive In! ... Delaware Entrance Just Off Second Street S. E. "Verve" GIRDLES by Bi-Flex The girdle designed to fit your height. Regular $2.49. All Sires $1.69 OTHER c 'ouV GIRDLES 98c "P" Reg. $1 Value BOYS' KNIT UNION SUITS • Short Sleeve and Leg • Sizes 6 to 12 BARGAIN PRICED Reg. to 79c BOYS' T-SHIRTS Short Sleeve Lit' Abner, Shmoo, Superman, Tom & ^ Jerry Designs ~ for — r ~ $1 T-SHIRTS White with Red Indian Design and Mason City Printed on them. SPECIAL There's a Great New Department In the Making! WATCH FOR THE OPENING OF OUR SHOE DEPT. Shoes For the Entire Family Raizes Dept. Store 213-301 South Federal Phone 264-5-6

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