Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on July 20, 1948 · Page 11
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Mason City, Iowa
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Tuesday, July 20, 1948
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Clear Lake Globe-Gazette Clear Lake Briefs Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Drew and children, John and Shirley, Charles City, are vacationing for 2 weeks in a cottage at Methodist camp. Lost: Bl. Angoia, cat Satan. Ph. Tom Richey. Ph. 582W. Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Sandberg;, 837 N. 2nd, left Saturday for Salt Lake City, Utah, where they will attend the wedding of their son, Robert E. Sandberg, and Miss Elaine Walker on Friday. The Sandbergs will be gone about 10 days. Want to Rent: Apt. or house for family of 4 on or before Sept. 1. J. H. Bailey. Ph. 217-W. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond H. Muyer and daughter, Helen, Mason City, are spending 2 weeks in the Elder cottage on the North Shore. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Cpte, Tim and Suzanne, Eldora, visited Friday at the Robert O'Dea and A. J. Bower homes while Mr. Cote at-, tended the Standard Oil meeting at the AH Veterans Social Center. Mr. and Mrs. E. VV. Devereux, Omaha, Nebr., arrived Saturday to vacation for 3 weeks in a cottage at 405 Lake drive. Mr. Devereux is general manager of the Universal Finance corporation in Omaha which has a branch office Episcopal Men of Iowa tO ILaboratorySchool to|g&»*!g~ —-»*» Hear Lee at Annual Outing * ._._.«_ _t. _.*. «.•* *1* Globe-Gazette Photo CATCHES BIG ONE — Earl Cronk, Belmond, registered an 8 pound, 15 ounce northern pike at Peterson's Hardware, Clear Lake, Sunday to start off the big fish contest for this week. He is also holding a 61 pound walleye taken by Clctus Harty, Bcl- monfi. R. M. Swcnson, Iowa Falls, won last week's prize, $5 in trade at the Wilcox furniture store, by registering the only fish of the week, a 4 \ pound large mouth black bass. The prize this week is the largest steak in town at the Lake cafe for the largest fish taken. in Mason City. Mi\ and Mrs. Elmer Erickson Lake Church Welcomes 162 Doctor J. Fiebiger to Give Main Address Clear Lake—The official family of the First Congregational church will entertain the 162 members who have united with the church since the present pastor, Doctor Edward W. Day, opened his pastorate 3 years ago. The official family includes the deacons, trustees and heads of the various church departments. The heads of the different departments of the church will speak words of welcome, and responses will be made by the new members. Mrs. William Bickford nnd Fred Martin, who are among the new members, will give vocal numbers, Mrs. G. Herbert Clough, also a new member, accompanying on the piano. Doctor Judson Fiebiger, state superintendent of the Congregational'-Christian churches of Iowa, will be the principal speaker. Mrs. Fiebiger, as well as Doctor Fiebiger's brother and family, will also be guests. The new communion service, presented by Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Hyde as a memorial to their 2 sons, Larry and Walter, was fittingly dedicated at the Lord's Supper service at the morning wor- and family left Sunday to spend a week with relatives in Minneapolis. _ , , Mr. and Mrs. Merle Isebrand returned to their home in Chicago Saturday after spending a few days with the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mark Bacon, and other relatives. They were accompanied by a sister, Miss Shirley Bacon, who will spend a week of her vacation from the Clear Lake Bank and Trust company with them. Their sons, Denny, 7, and Bruce, 5, will stay with' their grandparents a month. Henry Wilson, LaCrosse. \Vis., spent the weekend with Mrs. Wilson and family at the E. L. Yeagcr °Mr.' and Mrs. Tom Kelley, Davenport, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Frank J. Kelley and family. The men are brothers. Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Pittenger returned to their home in Albion, Nebr., Sunday after spending a week with the former's sister, Mrs C. C. Branson, and family and another sister, Mrs. G. J. Howland, Decorah. They flew up in 2i hours last week but went home by train, stopping at Omaha and Lincoln, Nebr., to visit the.r MARRIED IN LAKE CHURCH—Lighted candelabra, large basket bouquets of yellow ai d white gladioli and potted ferns formed the setting for the marriage of Miss Elizabeth Ann Bendt, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred E. Bendt, 401 N. 4th street, Clear Lake, and Rob-* ert Lee Ludwig, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Ludwig, 612 N. 3rd street, Clear Lake, Sunday afternoon at the First Congregational church. Doctor Edward W. Day, pastor, conducted the double ring ceremony at 2 o'clock. Preceding the ceremony, Miss Lola Kimball sang "I Love Thee" by Grieg and at the close, "The Lord's Prayer" by Malotte. She was accompanied at the organ by Miss Patricia Boughton, Eagle Grove, who also played the traditional wedding marches. Sister Matron of Honor Mrs. William Irons, sister of the bride, was matron of honor and Mr. Irons was head usher. Miss Mary Lou Ludwig, sister of the bridegroom, was bridesmaid and Eugene Ludwig, his brother, was bestman. William Ludwig, Newton, and Don Newman were ushers. Marcia Douglas and Herbert Locke Prouty, cousins of the bride, carried the kneeling pillows. The bride, who was given children. Mrs. David »«-». — Nelson and Mrs. Hyle Lowman and Gary went Saturday to Pratt, Nebr to spend a week with Messrs. Nelson and Lowman who are working there. Oscar P. Peterson is seriously ill at his home on 5th street. He had pneumonia last week. Union Township Farm Bureau, scheduled at Lakeside church Wednesday evening, has beui postponed a »^-'-*"*7>7 . week. The Loyal In maYrTagV'by her "father, wore a gown of white organdy over yellow The bodice, made with round neck and puffed sleeves, buttoned down the back. The skirt was of ballerina length. The bride's colonial bouquet was of yellow roses, sweet peas and feverfew. Mrs. Irons wore blue organdy SuPen 4-H club will present the ram July 28 and will also rogram July serve refreshments. rve r. Norman Hansen, son of Mr. and Mrs Harold Hansen, South Shore, te spending a few days at Decorah with his friend, Jimmy Hoyelson sssss du ship Sunday. The new service consists of 5 sections which telescope, having atop the Maltese cross, and is finished in silver. The cover will be fittingly engraved in memory of the boys. The special musical number at the close or the dedication ritual was a trio, "Bless This House," by Brahe, sung by the Misses Norma Jean Myhr, Betty Burns and Billie Barlow. Clear Lake Calendar SfS^i./aSTteSort a nice trip. Sey also Visited LaCrosse, Wis., and other nearby points of m- te ?he Junior Legion baseball team suffered defeat at the hands of the Rockwell team at Lions held Sunday afternoon. They play Britt here Friday evening at 6 o clocK. Members of the Danish Brotherhood and Sisterhood lodges and families held a picnic at the Axel Thomsen farm Sunday with a good attendance. The children played games and the adults spent the afternoon visiting. TUESDAY —Tied Cross home service worker, City hnll. 1 to ">. Happy Eit;bt eai'd club. ?.lrs. O. .1 Pierce,. 705 F.. 'Main slvret. Ladies Double C club. City park. (i:30. Funeral at Irvington for World War I Vet Indies DCHUHC c cmn. ^y par K . „:.,„. Alffona — Funeral services for Loyal Queens 4-H ciuh, .loan Miles j Douglas Riley, 57, were held bat- 1 urday at the Presbyterian church at Irvington, the Rev. Gilbert Kuyper officiating. Burial was in the Luverne cemetery. He died at 1V1.1. O, j,A.*-'ii>-» i .«..•— - *-- and Miss Ludwig pink and each carried 2 red roses. All 3 had matching mitts. Mrs Bendt. mother of the bride, wore rusty pink linen with green accessories and a corsage of Talisman roses and green ' ribbon. Mrs. Ludwig, mother of the bridegroom, white with a corsage of red roses. Marcia Douglas wore a green taffeta dress with pink trim and Herbert Prouty a blue and white suit. Reception Held A reception followed at the Bendt home with Mrs. Bendt, Mr. Ludwig, Mrs. Rollis Ludwig, Waterloo, the bridal couple, Mrs. Irons and Miss Ludwig in the receiving line. Mrs. Rollis Ludwig took the place of the bridegroom's mother who left immediately after the ceremony for San Diego, Cat., to attend the funeral services for her mother, Mrs. C. A. Pratt. Mrs S A. Douglas, Rockford, 111 and Mrs. J. A. Sund, Minneapolis, were hostesses with Mrs. D J. Bendt, Chicago; Mrs. Sanders, Minneapolis; Mrs. Virgil McCallen and Miss Joan Douglas, Rockford, 111., and Mmes William and Eugene Ludwig assisting. Mrs. R. A. Raschig, Appleton, Wis., served the' cake, Miss Nancy Ludwig was in charge of the guest book and Miss Boughton and Miss Ann Loomis. Longview, Wash., arrnnsecl the gifts. To Attend Art School The serving table was centered Donald Webb in Semi-Final at Fort Dodge Clear Lake — Clear Lake boys who made the quarter finals in the Soap Box derby at Fort Dodge Sunday were Leon Lincicum, Peter Miles, Dean Anderson and Don Webb in class A (13 to 15 years) and Rollin Treu, in class B (11 to 12 years.) Of these only one, Donald Webb, survived and he was eliminated in the semi-finals. The winner was Allan Knowles, Fort Dodge, class A, who won over his brother, Bradley Knowles, class B, and will go to Akron, Ohio, for the national. The Clear Lake boys stayed at the Fort Dodge Boy Scout camp Saturday night. Their attendance was sponsored by the local Lions club and they were taken to Fort Dodge Saturday by truck. The local Lions gave each boy entering a T-shirt with the Clear Lake insignia on it and at Fort Dodge the Junior Chamber ot Commerce gave each a T-shirt with the derby insignia. An estimated 6,000 attended the derby at Fort Dodge and there Clear Lake—The 3rd annual outing and conference of the Episcopal Men of Iowa will be held at Bishop Morrison Lodge, Clear Lake, beginning Thursday evening, July 29, with a dinner and ending Aug. 1, it was announced by Earl Seeger, Oskaloosa, president of the organization. The conference will bring together a large group of Episcopal men representing practically every parish in Iowa. The .3 day conference embraces a series of group discussions relative to church activities throughout the state as well as a program of outdoor sports and recreation. On Friday and Saturday, morning and evening, discussion groups will be held under the direction of Lt. Gen. John C. H. Lee, general secretary of the Brotherhood of St. Andrew with headquarters at York, Pa. Following his retirement from the army several months ago, Gen. Lee became directing head of this organization. of national scope which encourages interest in church affairs among men and boys of the Episcopal parishes throughout the nation. Sunday there will be holy communion conducted by the conference chaplain, the Rev. Arthur Pritchett, rector of St. John's church, Mason City, an outdoor church service at 11 a. m. and the conference will close Sunday noon with a luncheon. Officials of the Episcopal Men are: Earl Seeger president, Oskaloosa; Forrest R Geneva, vice president, Des Moines; James C. Addison, secretary, Des Moines, and E. S. Burns treasurer, Muscatine. is room for more boys and girls i in all departments except th« Clear Lake—One of the 3 iab- nursery and children may still en- oratory schools of the Des Moines ro U Tuesday morning. area opened in the Clear Lake Methodist church Sunday afternoon with a reception in charge . of the Wesleyan Service Guild. GIRL SCOUT TROOP "ISLAND" Student teachers are present from Clear grade Girl Student teacners are present »-«„., Garner, Mason City, Dubuque, Scouts of troop 4, Clear Lake, ana Coggon, Titonka, Garrison, Spirit Thornton are camping on The Lake. Waterloo, Marshalltown, Island" this week Miss Betty Algona, and Clear Lake. Sessions Diercks was leader during the will continue through the week school year after Mrs. W.J.Dur- beginning each morning at 8:30 ham moved away. Miss Doro thy for the adults and at 9:15 for the Ann Crane is P^ 1 og ™™ .° ir ^° r : children. Visitors are welcome but Miss Jo^ngren, Gowrie, chew- are asked to come in time for the cian, and Miss Betty Burns water opening of the session with the safety instructor ; as _ the giru children and to remain through have their swimming Badges the session. A large library , of earned they are ta king up syn religious education materials is chromzcd swimming. ' The. 0 girls available for students and the entered camp Sunday and fm sh leading teachers are available for \ Saturday. One more troop remains conference at certain hours. There I to camp next week. __ _ _ GEN. JOHN C. H. LEE —Discussion Leader the court of H. H. Crane, justice of the peace, Monday morning to the charge of trolling in the waters of Clear Lake from a motor boat. Each was Imed $25 and costs. The gross United States farm income from dairying in 1947 was more than $5,000,000,000. TROLLERS FINED AT CLEAR LAKE Clear Lake — E. V. Snowgren, 57, Rhodes, and Robert Nichols, 33, State Center, who were arrested Sunday by Verl Holmes, lake patrolman, and J. Z. Stevens, game warden, pleaded guilty in For Your Eyes Think of your glasses as part of your facial contours, not merely as an unrelated accessory. We not only fit you with glasses that are flattering to your face . . . they are a blessing to your eyes. GLASSES ON CREDIT 50c A WEEK HELZBERG'S was an excellent representation of fans from Clear Lake. They report remarkable sportsmanship among the contestants and a marvellous hill for the races. home. Clear Lake township Farm Bureau, City hall, 8. Lincoln township Farm Bureau, Willard Fulghum, Jr., home, R-.nn. CARD OF THANKS We wish to thank the many friends, neighbors and relatives who expressed their kind sympathy during our recent bereavement. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Bacon and Susan. Now Many Wear FALSE TEETH With More Comfort FASTEETH. a pleasant alkalinr (non- Hridl powder, holds false terlli morn firmly To en I and talk in more enm- fort, Just sprinkle a little FASTEETH on your 'plates. No pummy. Roory, pasty taste or feeling. Checks "plate odor" (denture breathl. Get FASTEETH at any drug store. the Veterans hospital at Des Moines Thursday. Mr. Riley was born June 11, 1891, at DePort, son of John and Ida Riley. On Aug. 2, 1923, he was married to Sarah Bardwell of Livermorc. They became parents of 4 children: Mrs. James Hammen of Manson; Diane Jo, Duane and Richard at home. Other survivors are his father, a brother and 3 sisters. Mr. Riley was a veteran of World war T. He was overseas 14 months and engaged in 5 major battles. He was a member of the Veterans of Foreign Wars. Military rites were conducted at the grave and pallbearers were former servicemen. flowers. Mrs. Ludwig PUBLIC AUCTION Five Room Cottage Belonging To The Late Will Upmeyer in Clear Lake Camp Meeting Association Grounds, Clear Lake, Iowa To be Held July 21, 1948, at 2:00 P. M. Lot is Located About 1 Block North of Motel. Tenns of Sale: Cash, 20 per cent on day of sale, balance payable on or before September 1, 1048; possession immediately; property to be sold free and clear of incumbrance, with all taxes for 1947 and prior years paid; abstract to be furnished showhiK merchantable title. Cottage has full basement, natural ^as, city water, and electricity. Heirs of Will Upmeyer, Deceased lilt- 3d V *i !.£> H-»M • w •- with a 4-tiered wedding cake with a bouquet of rosebuds and sweet- peas on top. Yellow tapers in crystal holders stood at either side On the sideboard was a bouquet of yellow and white rosebuds with candles. The home was decorated with bouquets of garden mi*. «, graduated from Clear Lake high school and attended Frances Shimer college, ML Carroll, 111., and Mason City junior college. Mr. Ludwig also was graduated from Clear Lake high school and, since being discharged from the army, has attended Mason City junior coUegc. Next year he plans to attend the Minneapolis Art School where the couple will live. Mr and Mrs. Ludwig have gone on a wedding trip to Minneapolis. For travel the bride wore a gray suit with green accessories and a corsage of yellow roses. Give Rehearsal Dinner Others present from out of town were Mrs. H. C. Prouty and 2 children, Grand Prairie, Texas; Mrs. W E Voreck and Caroline and Mr and Mrs. Julius Huxsol, Charles City; Mr. and Mrs J. E. Sund and Julius, Jr., and Mr. and Mrs Joe Sanders and Barbara Jo. Minneapolis; Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bendt and Susan and Wayne, Chicago; Mr. and Mrs. Don Miller, Dixon, 111.; Mr. and Mrs. Virgil McCallen and Mr.* and Mrs. George Hanchet, Rockford, 111.; Mr. and Mrs. B. Koons, Britt, and Mr. and Mrs. Rillis Ludwig and daughter and niece, Marlcnc, and Mrs. Lctha Black nnd daughters, Dorothy and Patty, Waterloo. Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Ludwig entertained at their home Saturday evening at a rehearsal dinner with Mmes. Ralph Replogle and W. II. Bishop » hostesses. Golf Tournament Is Entering 4th Round Clear Lake—In the 3rd round of the men's championship golf tournament which closed Sunday Carl Schneider defeated Dr. R. W. Peterson 2 and 1 and Roy Martin defeated Bob Ltidwig 3 and 1. In the first flight Art Ross defeated J. W. Anderson 2 and 1 and in the 2nd flight Harold Garth defeated Bob Walford 2 and 1. In the 3rd flight L. L. Bless defeated Don Clark 5 and 3 in the first round and L. VanVoorhis defaulted to L. E. Ashland. C. C. Dawson defeated G. H. Randlc- man 1 up and C. E. Barnes defeated Harold Thompson 4 and 3. In the 2nd round Bless defeated Ashland 3 and 2 and Dawson defeated Barnes 5 and 4. In the 3rd round Bless is one up over Dawson on 9 holes with 9 more to play. In the 4th flight Bill Bickford defeated Don Nelson 5 and 4. In the consolation flight Dick Garth won over E. M. Duesenbcrg 3 and 2 and A. J. Bower "Pinky" Ostrander 2 up. John Kuntz, 64, Dies in Hospital John Kuntz, 64, died at a local hospital at 7:30 p. m. Saturday, following an illness of about 2 weeks. He was born Nov. 17, 1883, in Illinois. Surviving is a son, Sam Kuntz, Portland, Ore. Funeral arrangements arc incomplete. The Meyer funeral home charge. DIES IN MONTANA Spillville — Funeral services were held at the Catholic church at Kalispell; Mont., Thursday for Frank Moravetz, 78, who died July 13 after several months' illness. He was born near Spillville in 1870, was united in marriage here to Stella Phillips and later moved to Montana. 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