Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on September 22, 1949 · Page 19
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 19

Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, September 22, 1949
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12 Sept. 21, 1949 H«son City GIobe-Gaiette, Mason City, la. Clear Lake Briefs Dennis Farnan, 6 year old son of Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Farnan, entered Mercy hospital, Mason City, Saturday for treatment of pneumonia and complications. He is reported improving. W. H. Buchleiter, Veterinarian. 1137 W. 2nd. Ph. 866. Circle 2 of the Methodist W. S. C. S. will meet Friday at 1:30 p. m. at the home of Mrs. Charles Jorgenson, 533 Washington avenue, instead of at the home of Mrs. Russell Walls, it was announced Wednesday by Mrs. John Kopecky, chairman. Mrs. Walls is ill. Members desiring .transportation are to meet at 1:15 at the Red Cross workroom in City hall where cars will be available. Wanted: Woman for gen'!, hse. work. 2 adults. Ph. 755W. The Girl Scout Council meeting scheduled at the home of Mrs. George Newman Wednesday evening has been postponed until Thursday evening at 8. Quality tires and batteries lor less. Bulk Oil Co., Hy. 18. Marshall Camp, Crestoii, department commander of the American Legion, will visit the Clear Lake post Oct. 26, it was announced Wednesday by Karl F. Hass, adjutant. For sale: Gas range; circ. oil heater. Ph. 541-J. Members of circle 4 of the MethodisKW. S. C. S. will meet at the home of Mrs. Grant Fox, 540 N. W. Center street, Friday at 1:30 for a dessert luncheon. Members desiring transportation are to meet at City hall at 1:15. For sale: Good Norge 13-inch Clear Lake Globe Gazette Frank Trager, and with friends In Mason City. They plan to return home Thursday. Tickets for the Chamber of! Commerce .dinner meeting at Wit- " ™ ult «-*PB« 1S NOT DELIVERED BY «=oo i>. M., I>H. ke's Oct. 5 ewnt on sale Monday. P. E. Frettem, William Burkhardt, Armour Pugh and Harold Miller had tickets and it is expected V. E. Young will also have some. The price is $1 including tax. This is the annual meeting with election of officers and reports of the year's activities. . OR 2.VJ. NO COMl'LAIN'Xs Wll.L HE ACCEPTED AFTKR tf. H ers Benefit Sale Planned for S. M. Fund Clear Lake—The committee for the Soldiers Memorial fund is holding a rummage sale in the basement of the A. B. Phillips, residence, 117 S. 4th street, across from the postoffice, all day Friday and Saturday, for the benefit of the memorial fund. Mrs. Phillips, chairman, states that a large amount of winter clothing, dresses, children's clothes and other articles, all clean and in good condition, has already been brought in. More material will be brought before the sale opens Friday morning. Any member of the American Legion Auxiliary or other persons having articles to donate, is asked to bring them to the Phillips residence Thursday if possible. IJ transportation is needed call one of the following, Mrs. Phillips Mrs. Philip Furleigh, Mrs. L. G Stunkard, Mrs. L. Ei Ashland Mrs. Arvig Nelson, Mrs. F. P Walker, Mrs N. B. Rice, Mrs. Sid- oil burner. S. on 107, Silas Fatland, 6 miles mi. west. Mrs. Harold Grattidge, oracle, announces that Royal Neighbors of America, Camp No. 7669, will meet at I. O. O. F. hall Thursday evening at 8. A full attendance of officers is requested and a large attendance of members is desired. Ed Olson, Centralia, Wash., left Wednesday morning after spending a month with his sisters, Mmes. John Frey and Ben Skadeland, and other relatives and friends. Enroute home he will visit hii brother, Albert Olson, at Rock Rapids. Mrs. Arnot Hansen has received 'word that her father, Ben Riner, who has been in Veterans hospital, Lincoln, Nebr., for some time, underwent a major operation there Friday. His condition was reported as fair. Jack Heffner, Richland, Wash., Is expected to arrive Thursday to spend the weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Heffner, 604 S. 4th street. Lake View club will hold a bazar and auction sale Thursday following a 1 o'clock luncheon at the home of Mrs. Everett Paulson. Members are reminded to bring articles for the sale. A. N. Michaels was elected high priest of Bethel chapter No. 116, Royal Arch Masons, at Masonic Temple Tuesday evening to succeed the late C. M. Pedersen. The next meeting is Oct. 18. ' Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Branson and daughter, Miss Elizabeth Ann, re• turned Tuesday from a vacation trip north. They went through Duluth, Minn., into Canada and returned via Hibbing and Lake Mille Lac. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Brigham and children. Spencer, are spending a few days with Mrs. Brigham's parents, Mr. and Mrs. ney Halford, Mrs. T. G. Burns or Mrs. H. E. Freeman, whichever is nearest, and someone will collect the donation. Others who will assist at the sale are Mmes. F. G. Cookman, C. P. Breheny, Winston Weaver, C. P. Becket and Harlan Ott. The project is-sponsored by the American Legion Auxiliary as a community service. Mac Dresbac Heads F. F.A. New Organization Formed at School Clear Lake—Mac Dre'sbac was chosen president of the newly formed chapter of Future Farmers of America at the Clear Lake high school Friday. Sharon Skovgaard was elected vice president; Harold Olinger, secretary; Herbert Fuller, treasurer, and Franklin Enfield, press reporter. These officers attended the dis- rict leadership training meeting t Eagle Grove Monday. This is n annual event for the purpose if helping the ne%v F. F. A. of- icers learn their responsibilities and help them to improve their :hapters. Officers were presen rom 32 schools. William C. Rich nstructor in vocational agricul- ure at Clear Lake, accompanied he boys. * * Rosalyn Petersen w a s chosen aresident of the Girls' Athletic association at its organization meet- .ng Thursday. Delores Kirchgatter is vice president; Mary Lou Ludwig, secretary, and Frances Davis, treasurer. Initiation days are Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, closing with a potluck dinner in the homemaking rooms Friday evening. About 20 new girls are being initiated, •x- * * The staff of the annual is spon- <ennedy, Ott Take Charge of Troop 30 Clear Lake—Jack Kennedy and Donald Ott will be joint leaders of Boy Scout troop 30 this year, t was announced Wednesday fol- .owing an organization meeting at the junior high building Tuesday evening. Four patrols will be formed and leaders named. The troop is sponsored jointly by the Methodist and Congregational churches. The troop committee includes Delbert Owen, Keith McGowan, Glenn Westover, Jim Kennedy and Dr. George Gitz, Jr. Meetings are held each Tuesday evening at 7:30 at the junior high building. "Chuck" Miller, Scoutmaster the past 2 years, has gone away to college, leaving a vacancy. Mrs. Stanton Tells Club of Arts, Crafts centerpiece to climax the demonstration. The speaker was assisted by Miss Etl.el Conn, also of Des Moines. They drove to Clear Lake, bringing the exhibit in their car. Mrs. Stanton and Miss Conn were introduced by Mrs. Paul Kutzner, , i arts and crafts chairman in the Clear Lake — "Many people fili g. arts department. think of crafts as skills but they Mrs TJ. R. Browning presided are more than that," said Mrs. and Mrs. G. W. Atkins read the Joseph Stanton, Des Moines, ad- collect. Mrs. M. Brownstone an- dressing the Clear Lake Woman's nounced that members interested at City hall Tuesday after- in ^ama will meet at her home n on the subject, "Design Ap- Sept. 29 at 1 o Mock. Mrs. Frank club noo proach to Craft." Mackaman of the music depart- Conway Will Address PTA Reception Planned for Lake Teachers Clear Lake — Attorney Carl F. Conway will speak on "Freedom to Grow" at the first session of the Elementary Parent Teacher association this year in the high school auditorium Sept. 28, Mrs. John Roseland, local president, announced Wednesday. This will be "father's night," it was announced, and a reception for teachers will be a special feature. Square dancing will be the M te w ta «B^^ Carving, done by hand I the women's gym class this year. M. W. DUO iiugnes ab nidbii-L ui <=>' ,• .t ...m. /-.i—„„ ,,,m „*.,».(- f * nn o^t«^ n^t- Brownie Scouts, $50; department! activities, $100, making a totaUp $477. Financial projects Include** Christmas dance, variety sho\ and possibly progressive bridg parties. Mrs. Charles Georg asked members to save'material for a rummage sale and Mrs. Joh; Perkins reported 126 served., a the luncheon last week with Mrs. Stanton, vivacious and en- ment announced that more smg- thusiastic as could be, spoke first ers are needed in the Woman's of figurines, telling of types and rmb chorus and invited any one forms and advising as to color interested to come for practice combinations, procedures and fin- The chorus meets at the library ishes. "The test," she said, "should each Tuesday .morning at 10. be 'Is it useful and does it add Announces Gym Class beauty to the home?'" She cau- Mrs. G. F. Opel, chairman of tioned, "Keep them simple and the recreation department, stated fitting and do not overdo. Too | that Mrs. Conlan Monaghen, nee Betty Dietz, will take charge of many are tragic." Miss Tanner Entertains for Miss R. Buck Clear Lake—Miss Ruth Buck, whose marriage to Clifford Coffin will take place at the Little Brown church near Nashua Oct. 16, was honored at a pre-nuptial courtesy at the home of Miss Ramona Tanner Saturday afternoon. Mrs. George Linne and the Misses Velora Swain and Shirley Bacon assisted the hostess. Tea towels hemmed during the afternoon were presented the bride- elect. After the honoree had opened the many gifts received for her new home refreshments were served. Fall colors, shades of yellow and brown, were used in decorating the home. soring a dance in the music room following the game with Clarion Friday evening. William C. Rich and Miss Gladys Kehm are chaperones. The Frosh and Sophs football team will play the Roosevelt team at Roosevelt Field, Mason City, Thursday at 3 o'clock, it was announced Wednesday. •JV "A" "7C" A sleight of hand entertainer, The Wizard of 'Ahs'," will perform, at the high school auditorium Thursday at 1 o'clock. FARM BUREAU GIVES §5 TO POLIO FUND Clear Lake — The Clear Lake Township ifarm Bureau voted to give $5 to the polio fund at its meeting at the Harold Grattidge home Tuesday evening. Thomas Rich, county field man, explained the hog serum setup and open discussion followed. James Ormsby, Ventura, played several harmonica and guitar selections for the program and a picnic lunch was served. Election of officers •vas postponed until Oct. 18 when he group will meet at the Earl rambert horned Mrs. Ed Erickson s the telephone committee for lear Lake and Mrs. Richard for Ventura. Clear Lake Calendar THURSDAY—Red Cross home service worker. City hall. 8:30 a. m. until noon AQ chapter of Iowa Society of T. T T.. A1J Veterans Social Center, 1. Lake View club, Mrs. Everett Paulson. 1. Sorosis club, Mrs. Clair Davis, 1317 W 2nd street. Linger Longer Birthday club, Mrs Paul Rader, 604 N. 3rd street. W. L. A. M. club, Mrs. John Ash land, 2. Double Dozen club, Mrs. Ross Hill, 2 Dorcas Society of Evangelical Free church. Mrs. Leonard Washburn at W \V. Jones residence, E. Division street 2 o'clock. Cub Scouts, den 9, Mrs. M. L. Knut son. 4:15. Order of DeMolay, Masonic temple 7:30 o'clock. Girl Scout Council. Mrs. George P Newman. 514 N. 3rd street, B. Royal Neighbors of America, I. O. O F. hall, 8. BROWNIES GIVE $5 TO POLIO FUND Clear Lake — Members of 3rd grade Brownies, Lincoln school, last year have donated $5 to the polio fund. This money was left over when the year ended and the Brownies decided to give it to a worthy cause rather than using it for a party. Mmes. Kabrick and R. F. O'Dea were lead- ceremonies, and John Kopecky, instrumental music instructor, in charge of music. Refreshments will be served. Mrs. A. R. Elsbtiry is chairman of the tea committee. The District Fall Workshop will be held at the All Veterans Social Center the same day with registration at 9 a. m. Through the courtesy of the Clear Lake P. T. A., a coffee hour will be arranged from 9 till 10. Reports will be lieard at the morning session and a luncheon will be served at 1 o'clock. Clear Lake persons are invited to attend. Reservations for the luncheon are to be made with Mrs. Robert Hayden by Sept. 26. The price is $1. Ray Bryan, Ames, will speak at 2 p. m. on "Freedom to Grow in the Home." The Woman's club chorus will sing and a question and answer period will be held. with gumwood or walnut, with Classes will start soon after Oct. instructions on tools and finishes; 1 and are open to members with- items made of tin or soft metals out charge. Mrs. Kutzner snoke cut with scissors, heavy copper or of the arts and crafts work. Mem- aluminum articles all came in for bers were asked to sign up for notice. the classes they desire and their Textiles Painted preferences as to time of meeting. Aprons, tablecloths and scarfs Mrs. Seymour Hall asked the decorated in textile paint, Christ- women, to check the posted list mas cards, earrings, buttons and pins made of casting plaster with sea shell decorations, innumerable things made of plastic with designs copied from china, wallpaper or advertisements, received attention. Mrs. Stanton molded a plastic dish and arranged a fruit of workers on the tea and hospitality committees. Mrs. F. C. Lovell, Jr., announced 125 members to date and Mrs. Douglas Sherwin presented the proposed budget as follows: Programs, $180; teas, coffees and tips, $87; printing, postage and miscellaneous, $60; eral more attending the lecture b Mrs. T. Yamamoto. Mrs. H.: 1 Christensen announced ,that th club is sponsoring 3rd grad Brownies at the junior hig building. Invited to Des Moines Mrs. Stanton invited all to at tend the Governor's Recreatio conference at Hotel Savory, De Moines, Sept. 29 from 9 a. m. or Tea was served by Mmes. Mack aman, James • Koons and Pav Martin with Mrs. W. A. Medari pouring. The centerpiece was fall bouquet of strawflowers wit 6ak leaves, ferns and grasses i, autumn colors. Yellow candle were used. "Fundamentals of Peace" i the topic for a panel discussio in charge of the national and com munity service department to b held at City hall Oct. 11 at 8 p. rr Four speakers from the Nations Conference of Christians and Jewi Inc., will be presented and bus bands of members will be guest; Mmes. E. L. Yeager and R. E O'Dea are co-chairmen. To pep up an egg salad fillin for sandwiches or 'stuffed toma toes add a little vinegar and pre pared mustard along with th mayonnaise. Hippocrates, famous Greek phy- ician, was probably among the arliest writers in dietetics. To avoid many ordinary home accidents, take it easy when you feel tired and give yourself more time to do things the safe way. Psychologists say fatigue is an important factor in home accidents. HOW-TO-DO-ITS SKIP A STEP When painting steps, do every other one, let dry. Paint remaining steps. 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