Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on July 20, 1948 · Page 5
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Sea Scout Ship Takes 3rd at Mrs. Umbarger Regatta Held at Okoboji .Conduct Rites for W. Gaffri Services Held at Local Funeral Home Funeral services for William E. Gaffri, 73, who died Thursday, following a lingering illness, were tteld Saturday afternoon at the Major Memorial chapel, with the Rev. C. A. Hinz, pastor of Bethlehem Lutheran church, officiating. Mrs. C. A. Hinz, sang "Nearer My God to Thee" and "Abide With Me." Miss Darlene Bailey accompanied. Mrs. Evelyn Johnson and Mrs. Ralph Horn were in charge of flowers. Pallbearers were _Carl Kreiger, John Henkel, John Johnson, F. B. Collins, Bert Koenisberg, and Wili liam Nuehring. Interment was at •Memorial Park cemetery. The Major funeral home in charge. CYST REMOVED Manly—Miss Barbara Dwigans, •who is in training at Mercy hospital, underwent an operation for the removal of a cyst on her ankle and will be confined to her bed for some time. Miss Dwigans was in an auto accident a year ago when the car she was driving \\Amt out of control and turnec over. She met. with a severe ankle injury that resulted in the recen surgery. Mason City's Sea Scout ship Neptune, sponsored by the Junior Chamber of Commerce, came out of the annual regional regatta at ,ake Okoboji last weekend with 3rd place honors among the 11 ships competing. . The Neptune had won 3 straight titles at Clear Lake but gave way this time to the Trident of Des Moines and the Eagle of Omaha. Points were for both sailing and deck work. Judge William P. Butler of Mason City was executive officer for the event; Idris Thomas, acting mate; Don Dunlap, skipper; Ray Rorick, sailing master, and Roy McKinney, log officer of the deck. Members of the Neptune taking part were Jerry Parks, Dick Stoyles, Jerry Schiffman, Phillip Saunders, Cliff Thomas, Doug Whistler and George Van Essen. Dane Likes St. Ansgar Better Than New York St. Aiissar—Vilhelm Christensen of Denmark is visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Axel Hansen and family on a 6 months' vacation to the United States. He says people in his country are still under strict rationing but things are gradually improving, crops are good and they will gradually be able to supply themselves with food. He is greatly impressed with the United States and likes St. Ansgar much better than New York or Chicago. He will visit friends at Albert Lea, Minn., then go to Florida for a visit before returning home. Services Held Rites Are Conducted at Funeral Chapel Funeral services for Mrs. Blanch A. Umbarger, 47, wife of Percy Umbarger, were held at the Major Memorial chapel Saturday afternoon, with the Rev. Wilbur F. Dierking, pastor of the First Presbyterian church, and the Rev. Robert Muir, of the Nashville, Term., Presbyterian University Center church, officiating. Mrs. Harold Wolfe sang "Near to the Heart of God." Mrs. Roy Servison accompanied at the organ. Mrs. Oswald Bailey, Mrs. Marion Shaffer and Mrs. Ted Leaman were in charge of flowers. Pallbearers were Ted Leaman, Les Valentine, Oswald Bailey, R. J. Johnston-, Harold Jorgenson and Max Boyd. Interment was at Elmwood cemetery. The Major funeral home in charge. Relatives Here Get Word of Death of Mrs. Ella Pickford Word has been received by relatives here of the death of Mrs, Ella Sears Pickford, 91, at her home in Madison,, Wis. Funeral services were held there Saturday. Mrs. Pickford was known in Madison as a "grand old lady" who had assisted a large number of students through the university there. Relatives here include a nephew, Lyle Pickford; a brother- in-law, R. D. Pickford; a sister- in-law, Mrs. J. C. Bitterman, and a number of cousins. DIES IN WISCONSIN Nora Springs — Local friends have learned of the death of Henry R. Immerfall, 82, on May 26 at his home at Rice Lake, Wis. after a lingering illness. Mr. Immerfall lived in Nora Springs foi many years, and has many ok friends here. He leaves his wife, a son and daughter. FOOD CITY Features SUGAR 100 ib. bag'8.19 Don't Wait . . . Sugar Will Be Higher New California POTATOES Red Warbas POTATOES 100-!b. Bag 100-lb. Bag $3.59 $3.99 Forfeits Bond for Reckless Driving Charles F. Smith, 12 i S. Federal, forfeited a $103.85 bond in police court Monday on a charge of careless driving growing out of an accident involving Mrs. Len- riie Trueblood, 72, 305 J Washington N. W., it was reported by Mason City police. Smith was driving north on Federal avenue Saturday evening and struck Mrs. Trueblood while she was walking across the intersection of 5th and N. Federal. Mrs. Trueblood was taken to Park hospital where she was released after treatment for contusions of the left knee and hip. Many turtles live more than 10 years. SUI Offers Institute on Hotel Linen Iowa City—At least 25 hotels from 6 midwestern states will send representatives to the first Institute on Hotel Linens at the State University of Iowa, July 19, 20 and 21. All phases of hotel linens—purchasing, care, control and laundering—will be discussed, according to L. A. Bradley, manager of the university laundry. Sponsors of the meeting are the American Hotel association, the Iowa Hotel association, Iowa Institute of Laundering, American Institute of Laundering, and the State University of Iowa College of Engineering and Extension Di vision. Three daily sessions—morning, afternoon and evening—are scheduled for hotel officials meeting in Iowa Memorial Union. "The special hotel clinic is an outgrowth of the general laundry institute held at the university in 1939 and 1940," Bradley said. The university was also host to a "hospital laundry institute" in October, 1947. "All purchasing and housekeep- ng aspects of hotel service will be discussed during the 3-day parley at the university," Bradley concluded. MM«n City GUk«-Gu*iU, Mutn CHjr. to. July 19, 1948 Teacher Hired Thornton—The Thornton board of education has hired Angeline DiGregorio of Mason City to teach the 1st grade. She replaces Miss Mary Paige. MARRIAGE LICENSES ISSUED TO COUPLES West Union—Marriage license, have been issued to R. W. Kiddoo legal, Joy, 111., and Maude HOW' ell, legal, Oelwein; Charles Rob ert Weieneth, 21, Northwopd, and Verna Elaine Gantenbein, 22 Fayette; Steven A. Squires, 20 and LaVanda L. Morse, 19, both of Arlington. 13 NIGHT LIVESTOCK AUCTION Wednesday, July 21 — 8:00 P. M. 350—HEAD OF LIVESTOCK—350 200 HEAD OF CATTLE—consisting of 15 head White Fac* Feeding cows, 20 head Steers, wt. 450 Ibs.; 18 head Heifers, wt. about 500 Ibs.; 15 head light weight calves, springing cows, springing heifers, breeding bulls, veal calves and butcher stock. MR. FARMER—Last week we had a large run of livestock with a very active market on all stocker and feeder cattle. Also * very good demand for feeding hogs. Have your livestock In lor this weeks sale. AH consignments receive personal attention. 150 HEAD OF HOGS—Good native feeding hogs all weights, brood sows, wet sows, boars and light weight feeding pigs. FOREST CITY AUCTION CO. Merle C. Hill, Mgr., Phone 461 Sale Barn, Phone 488 Utah BING CHERRIES £'":.. $3.18 Decker's Ring Bologna Pickle Pimento Loaf Macaroni and Cheese Loaf Roast Pork Loaf Souse New! Yellow Quick OLEO 46c Blue Bonnet. Pound . . . . Decker's BACON Sliced. Pound 49c Mrs. Clark's SALAD DRESSING Pint 35c Quart 65c HIRES ROOT BEER 6 Bortles 25c 24 Bortles 98c KOOL-AID All Flavors, 3 Pkg* 13C $5.00 ORDERS DELIVERED FREE Mason City Briefs Lt. Albert C. Early of the Mason City main army and air force recruiting station and Mrs. Early have returned from a week's trip to the Black Hills, S. Dak., and parts of Wyoming. They were accompanied by Lt. Early's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Early of Cleveland, Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Kissick of Minneapolis were weekend visitors at the Max G. Kissick home, 224 1st N. W. The Rev. Norris M. Peterson, pastor of the First Covenant church, left Monday for a 2 weeks' vacation, part of which he will spend at his home in Fort Dodge and the remainder of the time at Bemidji, Minn. Miss Pansy Ostberg, Iowa conference parish worker, will supply at the church here in the pastor's absence. Word has been received of the birth of a 2nd son to Mr. and Mrs. Gene Blockley, Rockford, 111. Mrs. Blockley will be remembered here as Barbara Jonker, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carol Jonker, formerly of Mason City, now of Rockford, 111. Nora Springs Barber Buys Clear Lake Shop Nora Springs—The Harry Olson family is making plans to leave Nora Springs, Mr. Olson having purchased a barbershop in Clear Lake. He has tendered his resignation to the officials of the Farmers Mutual Telephone company, where he has been bookkeeper since June 1, 1946. The barbershop was purchased from Enever Bond, also formerly of Nora Spring, and is in the basement of the Odd Fellows building, near the city park at Clear Lake. The Olsons will continue to reside in Nora Springs until they are able to find a home at Clear job as barber with Harry Winner, and forth daily. The Olsons have been residents here for almost 30 years, Mr. Olson having come to Nora Springs from Waterloo May 1, 1919, to accept a job as harder with Harry Winner. He was later employed for 6 years by the Thompson Lumber Co., and opened his own barbershop in the fall of 192C, continuing in that business for the next 20 years. I PRICES EFFECTIVE TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY RATH'S SLICED, TASTY SANDWICH Minced HAM Ib. ALL MEAT —FRESH GROUND — NONE HIGHER Ground Ib. 214 SO. FED MARKET PHQNE'916 NORTH IOWAS LARGEST MARKET Decker's BEEF Baby Beef Wilson's Lean, Sliced Sugar Cured BACON BACON -JA-BACON ENDS ... Ib. A7VSQUARES PORK Tender Cutlets Sugar Cured, Tendered Shankless Picnics Vzor Whole, Ib. FRESH PORK TONGUES, SIDE PORK 29c Young MUTTON Tender Chops I b. 29 Lb, FIRST of THE WEEK SPECIALS FRESH BEEF TONGUE FRESH PORK HOCKS. Ib. California Bartlett PEARS No. 2Vz Can ... 29c Spanish OLIVES Bottle In Heavy Syrup Fruit Cocktail S. 29c Pure Apple Juice I Ft., 8 ox. Libby's Dill Pickles Quart Libby's Tomato Juice £ 30c Mother's Egg Noodles ISc 8-oz. Pkg. Zinc Caps — Mason Ball Jars Pints 69c 1/2 Pints 69c Campbell's Chicken Noodle Soup 2 fcr 29c Northern TISSUE for 19c Van Camp's Pork 8 Beans 2 for 25C Red Triumph POTATOES TO Ibs 49c TOO Ibi $3.75 Honey dew MELONS Each 19c FEDERAL FRUIT MARKET 223 North Federal Phon. 542 • Hiland Potato Chips are made in the largest potato chip machine in the Middle- West by our exclusive modern process, which removes all starch and excess frying fats, assuring delicious flavor and super crispness. They are delivered "oven fresh" to your dealer untouched by human hands. m IT WILL PAY YOU TO LISTEN TO KGLO .10:15 DAILY, 12 1st N. W Phone 1402 613 So. Federal Phone 5243 Free Parking FREE DELIVERY ON $5.00 ORDERS BLUE BONNET LEOMARGARINE FOR EASIER WASHING OXYDOL LARGE PACKAGE "TUB - TESTED" BLEACH HILEX GALLON JUG BORDO BLENDED OR RANGE JUICE 2-46 OZ. CANS SKINLESS WIENERS SMOKED CNICS SUNKIST LEMONS Dozen CALIFORNIA ELBERTA PEACHES 17 LB. CRATE $O19 WATERMELON ID. 3 CALIFORNIA SHAFTER POTATOES 10 LB. 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