Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on July 22, 1948 · Page 13
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 13

Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, July 22, 1948
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fllS'l'U DIES Jolce— Ivlrs. P. J. Fibelstad, 75, who has been in poor health the past few years, received word that her sister, Mrs. Lymen Ofstun, of Oakland, Minn., died Sunday evening. She had spent the past week visiting with her daughters in Minneapolis. Funeral services were to be held Wednesday. She is survived by her husband, 3 daughters, a son and her sister, Mrs. Fibelstad. While America's population is steadily climbing, the number of dairy cows on farms producing milk is going down—from 27,770,000 head on Jan. 1, 1945, to 25,165,000 on Jan. 1, 1948. VENETIAN BLINDS Will Beautify Your Horn* or Office Your Choice of • 4 GRADES of BLINDS. • 10 COLORS of SLATS with MATCHING TAPES. • SOMETHING NEW IN DRAPERY BRACKETS. We will gladly measure your windows and make FREE ESTIMATES ... NO OBLIGATION. • ASK ABOUT OUR LAUNDRY AND REPAIR SERVICE • VENETIAN BLIND MFG. & SHADE CO. Visit Us or Phone 64 719 North Commercial Mrs. Gitz Dies in St. Joseph Arrangements for Rites Incomplete Mrs. Mary Gilz, mother of Dr. George H. Gitz, Sr., Mason City, died Tuesday evening at St. Joseph, Mo., following a long illness. Mrs. Gitz was born in Germany and came to the United States in the mid '60s. She had made her home at St. Joseph since coming to this country. Surviving are 2 sons and 3 daughters, 10 grandchildren and 6 great grandchildren. Her son, Dr. Gitz, Mason City, grandson, Dr. George H. Gitz, Jr., Clear Lake, and granddaughters, Miss Lucille Gitz, Mason City, and Mrs. Park J. Steece, Des Moines, are the only members of the family in this area. She was preceded in death by her husband in 1927. Funeral arrangements are incomplete. Interment will be at St. Joseph, Mo. New Kiwanis International President May Speak Here In the temperate zone, most birds have 2 molts a year. A Real Special, Men! All Wool TROPICAL SUITS You can't afford to pass these up! Real value for low price! MEN'S TOWNCLAD SUITS All wool suits for year 'round wear. Single and double breasted $ 25 35 FEATURE VALUE! 300 MEN'S POLO SHIRTS Plain colors in White, Blue, Moiie and 5198 novelty jacquards. Bargain priced!.... I SPRING and SUMMER DRESSES $5 $8 Misses' and women's styles. Every one a wanted style from our regular stock. Rayon crepes, rayon butcher weaves, cool cottons, Bembergs. WOMEN'S Skirts and Blouses $2 $5 Rayon and cotton—reduced from higher prices. Skirts of cotton and rayon gabardine. Prints and solid colors. Misses' & Women's Swim Suits One or two-piece styles. Lastex, jersey, satin. Re-priced to clear! $l-$2 Women's Purses Plastics and patents in whites and pastels. Re-grouped and re-priced ..... . .......... Misses' and Women's Anklets Broken sizes but a large assortment. Ribbed tops, cuffed tops. Reduced to 25c Rayon Panties Good quality tricot rayon in sizes 32-34. Tearose. Reduced price!. M/tg\ 44** Summer Millinery Clearance priced! A good variety at low cost $l-$2 PRINTED RAYON DRESSES. 3 mm Thick-N-Thin, hand washable.. jr% j j Girls' Blouses Cotton and rayon blouses in white and solid colors Sizes 3-6x, 7-14 Girls' Dresses Cotton sheers, chambrays, prints. Dressy styles in cottons, pinafores, £*} sunbacks. Re-priced at only. . V™ Girls' and Women's Polo Shirts • Stripes and solid colors. • Fine combed yarn—styled right. Excellent values! Girls' and Misses' Shorts • Short and knee length styles. • Faded blue and barnyard red ^ A A denim. Sizes 7-14 and 12-18 i>«44 MISSES' SHORTS. Pleated front rayon gabardine. . 2.50 MISSES' PLAY SUITS, 2-piece j* flfl in rayon, jersey, chambrays. . . . j*W*r SHOE CLEARANCE! Children's Summertime Favorites Sturdy, cool, playtime sandals. Greatly C1 47 reduced! Red, Brown, and White I Misses' Play Shoes Price: slashed! Comfortable open style C play shoes. Red, Green, Black, White. . 2 00 Women's Open Style Summer Shoes Penney's famous Spectator pumps. Airy <p ^^ C\f\ and smart. Reduced from higher priced *? VJU lines! Brown and white, all white Men's Summer Shoe Value Oxfords 400 Brown and white, perforated. Reduced C to sell fast! Real value ot Door Mats 16" x 27". Stop dirt at your door 50c MEN'S ALL WOOL TROPICAL PANTS 8 Bargain priced! A!! wboi tropicals in brown, tan, grey. Jr. Boys' SUN SUITS. . .$! POLO SHIRTS, 2-6... 59c Boys' Short Sleeve SPORT SHIRTS 1.49 YARD GOODS REMNANTS Hundreds of Yards. Spring, summer and staple fabrics drastically reduced to make way for the new. MAIN FLOOR CURTAIN AND DRAPERY REMNANTS — BASEMENT SHEER WASH FABRICS Printed lawns, rr| dimities, batiste BUTCHER WEAVE RAYON Th!ck-n-Thin ijn prints, ginghams ... I I C RAYON PRINTS Pastel grounds, crepes 1,00 Officers of the Kiwanis club of Mason City learned Wednesday that J. Belmont Mosser, prominent Pennsylvania industrialist and recently elected president of Kiwanis International, probably will speak in this section some time during his one year administration. D. G. Klempnauer, president of the club, said that following his election at Los Angeles the new 'Kiwanis chief executive had indicated he would launch his speaking itinerary in late summer. This schedule undoubtedly will carry him into a majority of the 29 Kiwanis districts throughout the United States and Canada, Mr. Klempnauer added. Delegates to the largest convention in the history of Kiwanis International named Mosser to succeed Dr. Charles W. Armstrong, Salisbury, N. Car., who served as president of the com- nunity service organization dur- ng the past year. Long active in eastern Indus- rial circles, Mosser is vice presi- lent and general sales manager of he Speer Carbon company and dee president of the International Jraphite and Electrode corpora- ion, both at St. Mary's Pa., where he maintains his home. Active in civic affairs for many , cars, the new Kiwanis president •ecently was appointed by Gover- 101- Duff of Pennsylvania to the state committee to study education acilities. yd. yd. J. BELMONT MOSSER years. Prior to that time he served as a member of the International joard of trustees, international committee chairman, governor of the Pennsylvania Kiwanis district and president of the St. Mary's club. As president of Kiwanis International, he will represent more than 2,800 clubs throughout the United States, Canada, Alaska and Hawaii, embracing a membership of 190,000 business and professional leaders. Realtors Hear Appraisal Talk Cleminshaw Explains Evaluation System The North Iowa board of realtors were given a detailed description of the method used by the Cleminshaw appraisal company in evaluating real properly in Cerro Gordo county at their monthly dinner meeting at Hotel Cerro Gordo Tuesday evening. Principal speaker was William Cleminshaw of the company who is heading the work here. He explained that the difference in evaluation does not necessarily mean that an individual's tax would be increased or decreased. He told of the different counties of the state that had used the company's system of appraisal and reported that the results had been very satisfactory for all concerned. Cleminshaw pointed out that after the appraisal is completed the assessor will be in a position to carry on the same evaluation and use the same system as the D. Wentworth Services Held Military Rites Are Held at Cemetery Services for M/lc Dale Edward Wentworth, who died in the service oE his country in the South Pacific May 12, 1944, were held at the chapel of the McAuley and Son funeral home Tuesday afternoon, with the Rev. F. W. Wentland, pastor of Grace Evangelical church, officiating. Mrs. Roscoe E. Patlon played obsequial music on the organ. Pallbearers were Robert, Alfred and Lester Moss, Chester Carroll, Don Simes and Hurschel O'Brien. Interment was at Memorial Park cemetery, where military rites were conducted at the graveside. Chief Alfred Funk of the U. S. navy receiving center, Kansas City, Mo., was the escort. In Charge of Rites Military rites were in charge of Comdr John G. Brown, American Legion, and Comdr. Art O'Grecn, V. F. W. W. D. Thrams was chaplain and John Pinta, bugler. American Legion colorbearers were A. J. Bracken and Leo Allstot; V. F. W. colorbearers, Wayne Angell and Robert Platts. The American Legion colorguard was John A. Brown and J. H. Sprau. American Legion Auxiliary col- orbearers were Mrs. George Platts and Mrs. L. H. Mohr; V. F. W. colorbearers were Mrs. Robert Rich and Mrs. Otto Englcbretson. The .firing squad consisted of members of Company H of the 133rd Infantry of the Iowa National Guard. Also attending the services from the V. F. W. and the American Legion were James Sheehy, Elmer Wodracek, Richard Wills, Joe Szymec/'.ek and Reese Henderson arid Vernon Proctor. Attend Rites Attending the services from out of the city were Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Rush, Cresco; Mrs. William Frank, Elma; Orville Frank, Elma; Alvin Frank, St. Ansgar; Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dinger, Cresco; Mr. and Mrs. Dave Dinger, Cresco; and Cleminshaw company used in the original appraisal job. Alto Sander, president of the organization, presided. The. speaker was introduced by Victor Glass who was in charge of the program. Father, Mother Die While Nashua Woman s Sick in Hospital Nashua —Mrs. Bernard Luhring, Nashua housewife, is seriously ill it the Cedar Valley hospital in harlcs City, following peritonitis, which developed after an opera- ion. Mrs. Luhring had been released Voni the hospital and returned o her home, when she suffered relapse. During her stay in the nospital her 72 year old mother, Vlrs. Joe Mellon, who had been seriously ill, died. On July 13 her father, Joseph Mellon, 72, died suddenly of a neart condition, 2 weeks and a day following the death of his wife. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Enright, Elma. The following personnel met the train Monday morning: American Legion colorbearers, Comdr. John G. Brown and Leo Allstot; American Legion colorguard, John A. Brown and W. D. Lattimer; V. F. W. colorbearers, Robert Rish and Elmer Ziegler. Pallbearers at the train representing the V. F. W. and American Legion were Robert Platts, Henry Pendergrafl, Wayne Angell, 'Leo Risacher, Stanley McClintock and Harold Petcrscim. American Legion Auxiliary col- orbearers were Mrs. L. Whipple ind Mrs. Oscar Jewell and V. F. W. Auxiliary colorbearers were Vlrs. Grace Jensen and Mrs. Otto Cnalebrctson. ON NORTHERN TRIP Manly —Mrs. Myrtle Anderson and Mrs. H. Mannons accompanied by their daughters, the Misses Maxine Anderson and Connie Mannons. are enjoying a vacation from Marlins store, driving to Duluth, Minn., where they expect to take side trips and enjoy the boat tour. Mrs. Ha r ley Sheka is working at the store here this week. "Pardon my PwitheBELL-ANStahleUForHEARTBURN" When execs-) stomach nrlrt rmisreipnlnfnl.siifTrvcjit- ing EM, rourstomsch and heartburn, cloctonniminlly prrarribn thB fnstrst-actlnz nirdlrlncs known tor symntnmaclcrellnf—mecHHnw like those In TVll-nns Tnhlftfl Nolmcntlvc. Hell-ana hrlnRs comfort In n Itny Ok return bottle to us for double money bnrk.© BELL-ANS for Acid Indigestion 25c FURNITURE NEED CLEANING? Send It To M»ion City Gleb«-G»iett», Mnon City, I». July 21, 1918 What the well-undressed man will wear •V • Dusenberg Gets Highway Contracts E. M. Dusenberg, Inc., of Clear Lake, entered low bids and was awarded contracts for grading projects on highway 69 between Ames and Des Moines, and on U. S. highway 18 in Mason City from the west corporation line cast to Pierce street and on U. S. 118 cast from Clear Lake 5.2 miles, it was announced Wednesday by the Iowa state highway commission. The bids on the former project were: $37,014 from Des Moines to Ankeny; $01,463 from Ankeny to Story county line and $61,626 from the county line 1o Ames. The Dusenberg corporation won the latter contract with bids of $7,603 and $640. John Kuntz Rites Heldatl.O.O.F. Private Cemetery The Odd Fellows committal service was held at the I. O. O. F. cemetery Wednesday afternoon for John Kuntz, 64, who died at a local hospital Saturday, following an illness. The Rev. F. W. Wendland, pastor of Grace Evangelical church, was in charge of services. The Meyer funeral home in charge. Clarion Man Injured in Fall From Engine Clnrion—Leo Heath, machinist at the Chicago Great Western roundhouse, is recovering at a Fort Dodge hospital from injuries received when he fell from an engine nt the roundhouse. He has a broken arm and a crushed, ankle u NDER hie jaunty sports coat and slacks is au equally trim and com-; forrable combination—a Hanes T- Shirl and Fig Leaf Brief. Made of llanespuii combed yarn for long wear. The Brief has a superior quality clastic waistband and clastic in leg openings. Gentle atbletic support. Double-paneled hygienic seat: The T-Shirt doubles as a sport shirt: Briefs, 85c to §1.15. T-Shirts, $1: SANFORIZED SHORTS —$1 to $1.45 • Haiies Woven Shorls are generously tailored to fit without pinching. In smart new stripes, colors and all-while, Elastic sides. Gripper snap-fasteners. Be happy in AS A DVERTISED IN LIFE —the label of quality knitting in underwear and sportswear f. H. Hintt Knlltino Co.. Wlniton-Salem I. N. C. Factory Samples Studio Couch Sale Made By The MAKERS OF "SPRING AIR" MATTRESSES Save One Third 33%% We Purchased the Entire Factory Showroom Sample Studio Couches from the Salisbury Co. Makers of the "Spring Air Mattresses." These studio couches have the finest covers in a iarge assortment of fabrics, colors, super-deluxe construction. Some of these studio couches have chairs to match. You can buy either the chair or the studio couch. You Save One Third TYLER-RYAN FURNITURE CO. 29—2nd St. S. E.

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