Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on July 20, 1948 · Page 15
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 15

Mason City, Iowa
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Tuesday, July 20, 1948
Page 15
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July 19, 1948 3 Mason City Globe-G.ielle, Maion City, la. Concert Draws Large Crowd Band Features 3 • Soloists on Program The Mason City municipal band under the direction of Assistant Conductor Henry T. Paine, presented the regular Sunday evening concert at East park before a large crowd. Three soloists, Mildred Kopecky, John Brookins and Mrs. T. J. Kiesselbach, were featured on the program. Miss Kopecky offered "Reflections" on the baritone euphonium. Mr. Brookins sang the appealing "Kiss Me Again" and the stirring "Stout Hearted Men" and an encore selection "I'll See You Again." Mrs. iKiesselbach sang .."Sing Me to Sleep" and "L'amour Toujour L'Amour" as her 2 solo numbers. The march, "Invictus," by King was the first offering of the program that included "Concert Overture" by Hadley, the familiar waltz, "Jolly Fellows," and the "Celebrated Minuet" by Paderewski. Other numbers were selections from the ever popular "Student Prince" by Sigmund Romberg, the classical "Slavonic Rhapsody No. 1," "Deep South," composed by Issac and Fillya, and the oriental "In a Persian Market." The rousing college air, "Pride of the Illini" concluded the program. Bob Servison, a member of the clarinet section of the band, and Lcroy Spurgeon, vocalist, will be the soloists at the Wednesday evening concert. NEWS of RECORD Births Reported (At Mercy Hoipltal)—Son jo Mr and Mrs. J.rnes Mills, 820 Tyler S. W., Mon- d! Son to Mr. and Mrs. Don Portls, route ^ So'rTto'lWr, and Mrs. Eujene Curry, Clear Lake. Sunday. Daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Adam Yurl. t a o%a»d- Mrs. Kichard Casey, 41i River Heights, Sunday. Twin daughters tc Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Lyons, Clear Lake, Sunday. (At Park HospltaD-Son to Mr and Mrs Albert Rasmusson, Britt, Sundaj. West Bend Will Hold Festival Program Announced for Event July 27-29 West Bend—The annual harvest festival will be held here July 27, 28 and 29. 1 On the first day there will be a baseball game between Ottosen and West Bend at 2 p. .m. In the evening the Cowrie drum and bugle corps will give an exhibition and there will be a massed band of 100 to 150 pieces from sur- Fire Calls rounding towns. Frank Jonas will furnish music for the dance. On the 2nd day at 2 p. m. Fenton and West Bend junior Le6">« teams will meet in a baseball game. Children's night in the evening will include a Mother Goose. parade and a bubble gum contest. Senior and junior high school bands will give a concert. Free balloons will be given to each child. On the final day at 2 p. m. WhLt- temore and Rodman will play; a baseball game. In the evening the West Bend high school band will give a concert followed by an amateur contest. A $100 war bond will be given away each night. Install Pastor of 3 Churches North Dakota Man to Live at Crane Creek New Hampton—The Rev. L. O. Bjorlie of Kathryn, N. Dak., was installed as pastor of 3 congregations Sunday, St. Olaf s Lutheran church, Crane Creek and Immanuel Lutheran at Saude. Doctor N. A. Larson, bishop o the Iowa district of the Evangelical Lutheran church presided a the 2 daytime installation services at the Crane Creek Lutheran serv- ces at the Saude Immanuel Lutheran church. The Rev. O. C. Brenna, of Harmony, Minn., father-in-law of Mr. Bjorlie, was in charge of installation services at St. Olaf's church in the evening. Mr. Bjorlie was ordained in the Lutheran ministry Feb. 10, 1946, and since that time has served 5 congregations in and around Kathryn, N. Dak. He is married and they have 2 children, Ellen and Leo. They will make their home in the Lutheran parsonage of the Crane Creek parish. Manufacture of fertilizer in the United States began in a small plant in Baltimore in 1849. WORKS IN HAWAII Thornton — Irving Jacobsen is working as a federal employe at the naval air station at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii. He is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Emil Jacob'sen. Circle Plans Sale Corwith — Ruth circle of the Methodist church will have an apron and bake sale In the town hall Wednesday. HEARING AIDS $25.00 to $150.00 Batteries All Kinds DR. J. H. LEPPER, Opt- 28 First St. S. E. GREGERSON INSURANCE AGENCY SEE US ABOUT AUTOMOBILE and FIRE INSURANCE 206-207 S, C. PENNEY BLDG. PHONE 3983 At 5:54 p. m. Sunday to 811 Harrison N. W. Short in wirinf circuit o! battery charter. . At 9:04 p. m. Sunday to corner of 1st and Delaware S. E. Burlap used to cover cement ijnited by clsaret. Police Court PILES KEPT VET FROM TRAIN RIDE 'A young- veteran wrote that he couldn't ride on trains because his piles were so bad. He planned an operation but took SEL-O-PON just in time and says, "It's been a year since I took SEL-O-PON, and haven't had any more trouble." There are many people like this vet who can't stand travelling-, etc., be' cause of the jostling and bouncing, every movement is a terrible pain, and even sitting still causes great discomfort. But there is no need to spend too much money or suffer too long-. SEL-O-PON is a pure vegetable product that has been used for over 30 years by thousands. It used to oe that treating- piles was messy, greasy and lots of trouble. Now all you need to do is to swallow harmless SEL-O-PON, fully guaranteed to help, then you, too. can say, "It fixed me up so that I enjoyed life again!" SEIF SERVICE Overtime Parking—R. J. Kramer, 1224 Washington N. W.. Carl Parker 130 5th N W., Elvoy Anderson, 121 ~uth S. W., each forfeited SI bond. Intoxication—John IMttmer, city, sentenced to 16 days in jail. Carl Kirchoff, 1IU8 Penn. N. E., forfeited a 515 bond. Edward Jimlnez, CIO Polk S. W., fined $10 and costs. . Speeding—William Hosteller, C e r r o Gordo hotel, and Leon MeDcrmott, Floyd, each forfeited J10 bond. New Cor Sales Northwestern Bell Telephone Company, Mason City, Bodge truck; James Eastman, Clear Lake, Ford truck; Illchard L. Bailey, 1104 2nd S. W., Ford; B. Raymond Weston, 21 Rock Glen, Ford; Carroll O. Adams, 102 Washington N. , \\., Ford; I. P. Andersen, Albert Lea, Willys. Realty Transfers Thomas, H. Idris and Mildred K. Thomas, to Everett II. Friend Jr., and Mary Alice Friend, jt. ten., SI, <QCD> LI I, Blk. 6, Law's 2nd Add., M. t/., Sorlie, Oscar and Helen, to Cecil Mc- Vlcker, Si, (\VD) LI in Subd. of L2 and 3, Blk. 9U, Paul Felt's Plat, M. C., L, ktngslcy, Louis J. and Geraldine M., to Albion R. and Myrtle E. Oswald, jt ten., SI, <WD) E>i of Ll>, Blk. 1, T. S. Roberts' Add., M. C.. (i-28-48. Hcndrickson, Harold E. and Anna H., to Charles B. and Nelda A. Smith, jt. ten., SI, <WD). Llo, Blk. 15, E. Park Place, Add. to M. C., L, 7-17-48. Ackley Man Suffers From Tropical Ills Ackley — Bernard Siedschlag, who has been a patient at Lutheran hospital at Hampton, has been taken to a Rochester, Minn., hospital. It was found he has a tropical infection which he received while in service at Guam. He returned about 2 years ago and it was just recently that his knee got so badly infected. He was in the merchant marines. cow r>x/ces QUITS POSITION Osage — Arthur Tesch, for 13 years lessee for the Continental Oil company, Osage, has tendered his resignation effective Aug. 1. He will vacation with his family during August. FOR COMPLETE SATISFACTION USE — PITTSBURGH PAINTS! . • They're the only paints made with special "Vitalized Oils" to give you long-lasting, live-paint protection. SUN-PROOF HOUSE PAINT Primer seal's thoroughly. Finish- Ing coat stays live tough, „ .. elastic. Gallon : P->*« WATERSPAR ENAMEL Quick-drying finish for any wood or metal surfaces, interior „ _ or exterior. Quart IpZ.U FLORKIDE Interior or exterior enamel for Wood or cement floors and „ _ •teps. Gallon Jj>5.^ <£>* r WALLHIDE Spreads uniformly. Dries quickly and can be washed repeatedly without streaking. Large selection of colors. Flat—A real professional finish that gives walls «ra -»a a rich sheen. Gallon "P Semi-Gloss — Authentic Williamsburg colors that give a soft, mellow sheen. «• * -i* Gallon •... ™"' ^ Gloss — Dirt-resisting finish that can be washed quickly SE PENNVERNON WINDOW GLASS TO REPLACE BROKEN PANES Pennvernon is custom-made for better seeing, easier cleaning and longer-lasting beauty. And it costs no more than ordinary window glass. Authentic up - to - date "Joyce Bright" patterns, approved by Pittsburgh's Studio of Creative Design and Color. "COMMANDER" patterns with fresh, modern colors. 12c to $1.15 per roll. "MANOR" patterns-highest quality, colorful floral, scenic, classic and traditional designs. 67c to $5.0O per roll. PITTSBURGH PLATE GLASS COMPANY 15 Second St. S. W. Phone 348 ran FUR SAL Starting Tomorrow Through JULY Marshall and Swift Presents for 1949 Its First Exclusive Showing of "Furs With a Future" Never before in our history have we offered so much in a fur coat. Styles that were never thought possible have now been especially created and they have won the stamp of approval from Marshall and Swift — Advanced Style Originality. In Celebration of Our Anniversary We Are Starring — OUR MAGNIFICENT FUR SHOWROOM One year ago tomorrow we proudly announced and formally opened our magnificent new show room — the response from our neighbors during the past year has been wonderful. FURS FOR FASHION For our grand anniversary sale our new showroom is filled with exciting furs in the newest styles . . . here are furs for fashion conscious ... for the budget minded ... for everybody — All specially priced for this sale. Formally Opened One Year Ago Tomorrow We're Iowa born and bred. We opened right here in Mason City 36 years ago with a mod est budget and big dreams for the future. You have made our dreams come true ,.. be cause of your friendly patronage, we've grown along with the rest of our good city Though we're new and shiny and beautiful, our hearts remain the same—the same feel ing of friendliness and the desire to please. The same determination to bring you finest and choicest furs money can buy. Use Our Convenient PAYMENT PLAN Come In and Talk It Over A Few Outstanding Values • Moutons $120.00 • Hair Seal 305.00 • Caraculs 305.00 •Mutation Muskrat. 366.00 • Silver Fox Jacket. . . 305.00 • Grey Squirrel 610.00 • Chinese Kid 335.50 • Northern Seal 183.00 (Sealed Dyed Coney) in Our Anniversary Sale • Russian Pony 366.00 • Persian Lamb $610.00 • Sheared Raccoon . . 610.00 • India Kidskin 244.00 • Tropical Seals 305.00 • Am. Mink Heads. . . 488.00 • Northern Muskrats 488.00 4 Skin * • Kolinsky Scarfs 120.00 Prices include tax. Every Coat is fully guaranteed. We Have 35 Coats Specially Priced at $ 100°° See These VALUES A A A OPEN FRIDAY EVENING UNTIL 9 O'CLOCK ACROSS FROM THE POSTOFFICE Air Conditioned For Your Shopping Comfort

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