Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on July 15, 1948 · Page 2
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Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, July 15, 1948
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22 Jolr 14, IMS MMM CUjr GtefeA-GaMtto, Mas** City, I*. Charles City Briefs District Court Clerk L. V. Leigh has issued marriage licenses to Donald E. Ingalls, 21, and Flora Louise Weed, 18, both of Rochester, Minn.; Paul A. Smith, 21, and Genevieve J. Crandall, 18, both of Charles City, and John Francis Irvin, 23,. Austin, Minn., and I*ma Mae Goddard 20, of Charles City Births at the Cedar Valley hospital included daughters to Mr. and Mrs. Robert Engelking, of Charles City, Sunday; Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Stuntz, of Greene, Saturday; Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Arends, of Allison, Sunday, and a son to Mr. and Mrs. Russell Dockstader, of Rudd, Sunday. Miss Patty Huxsol, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter J, Huxol, was taken to Iowa City last week where she will undergo a series of treatments in the children's hospital.. Her address, is Ward D, Children's hospital, Iowa City. James Boylan, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Boylan, 500 Ninth street, a student at Cornell College, Mount Vernon, had the role of the Cossack in the mystery play, "Whistling in the Dark," given in the Little College theater July 9 and 10. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Burnett and daughter, Sandra Lee, 107 Seventh avenue, Mrs. Christine Burnett, 807 Kelly street, and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mullen and son, Robert Charles, of Guernsey, returned Sunday night after spending a week fishing at Mille Lacs, Kool-Aut Minn. They report the catches good. The James Goodwin, Jr., family, 602 Seventh avenue, are spending the week in a cottage at Clear Lake. Births at the Cedar Valley hospital Tuesday included a daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Ercyl Keeling, of Greene, and a son, Monday to Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Allen, of Allison. Mr. and Mrs. John Molosky and son, John, of Los Angeles, Cal., arrived at the country home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Fitzgerald. They will stay until the first part of next week. Mr. and Mrs. James Summerfield, of Minneapolis, Minn., are the parents of a daughter', born Sunday at Fairview hospital in Minneapolis. Mr. Summerfield is a student at the University of Minnesota and the son of Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Suimnerfield, 307 North Grand avenue, Charles City. Auto Misses Bridge; Descends River Bank Northwood — Elmer Bakken, farmer near Northwood, missed the Shell Rock river bridge at the foot of 4th street vyhile driving south, drove between an electric pole and a telephone pole, narrowly missing one, then tore out 2 or 3 sections of a gas pipe railing, his car stopping half way down the north bank of the river with its front end in the dirt held in place by a concrete retaining wall. Though the car dropped some 10 or 12 feet and stopped with the rear in the air at about a 45-degree angle, the windshield and windows were unbroken. The wheels and frame of the car were damaged. Bakken was shaken but not hurt. The salt in the sea is great enough to cover the entire area of the United States to a depth of one and a half miles deep. All you have to say is "Iu6ri-fecfiori7 We'll Know you're Talking About The Great New Phillips 66 Premium Motor Oil That's the word; mister-— "Lubri-tection"—and it means something in motor oil. Phillips 66 Premium gives you the high quality lubrication of fine base stocks, expertly refined, plus the protection of additives and inhibitors that help lick sludge, carbon, and varnish deposits. If you believe in treating your motor Tight — treat it to Phillips 66 Premium Motor Oil—the oil that gives you "Lubri-tection'M PHILLIP OR OIL "Lttbri-ttctuHt ir —>tbf protection tendered by tsn oil oj fine base stock containing special detergent and oxidation inhibiting ingredients. THE PRICE OF TIRES IS GOING UP— SEE US NOW — WE HAVE SOME REAL BUYS Bob Petitt's Super Service 501 North Federal—Phone 3552—"Service Our Motto" HERE and THERE Rudd — Recent guests of Mrs. Nellie Eichmeier were her cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Bicker and Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Bicker of Freeport, 111. Mclntire — Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Shipton returned home after a visit at Big Timber, Mont. Corwith—Billy Brown of Angola, Ind., and Con Brown of Chicago are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Al Brown. Goodell — Charles Ruka, Mrs. Jud Anderson, Mrs. Cena Breckler, Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Breckler and Eleanor, Mr. and Mrs. Wilburn Ruekti and Gary of Fennimore, Wis., visited recently in the home of George Ruka. Wesley—Mr. and Mrs. I. A. Eisenbacher accompanied their son, Father Linus Eisenbacher, of Alvord on a 2 weeks' trip to Chicago and Racine, Wis'., where they will visit relatives. Rudd — Mrs. Inez Roy arid daughters, Sylvia, Gloria and Susan visited at Eagle Grove and Fort Dodge. They were accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Roy who visited their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Smith, at Eagle Grove. Ackley—Robert Vietor, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. Ude Vietor, Seattle, Wash., former Ackley residents, now employed in the Lyle Strahorn garage, Hampton, is a patient in the Lutheran hospital at Hampton where he underwent an appendectomy. Wesley—Dick and Cheryl Riggs of Fairmont, Minn., are spending a month with their grandparents, the Rev. and Mrs. J. A. Riggs. Fredericksburgr—Clyle and Paul Dawson have returned from a sight-seeing trip by auto to California and Texas. Wesley—Mrs. Lucille Kirkpatrick was brought home from. Mercy hospital, Mason City, recently where she had been confined 3 weeks following surgery. Bradford — Mr. and Mrs. John Lehmann, Sr., received word of the birth of a son July 4 to their son-in-law and daughter, the Rev. and Mrs. Harold Balshiem of St. Louis, Mo. They are at Fort Dodge at the present. Wesley—Mr. and Mrs. Olaf Funnemark flew to Granteburg, Wis., recently with his nephew, Herbert Johnson, of O'Brien, Ore. They were accompanied home by Albert Johnson who visited relatives here several days. Bradford — Mr. and Mrs. Earl Dougan and daughter Bonnie are on a trip through the Black Hills, Yellowstone Park and other points. Crystal Lake—Mrs. Mike Gettis and sons of Salem, Ore., is here visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hanson, and her grandmother Mrs. P. H. Hanson. Swaledale—Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Eddy and sons -visited Mr. and Mrs. Larry Laidley and family at Garden City. Sheffield — Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Eggmann and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Manning and daughter, Nancy, Chicago, are visiting with relatives here. Corwith—Miss Lillian Mitchell of Seattle, Wash., arrived for a visit with her brother, Len Mitchell, and family and her sister, Mrs. Francis Oxley. Sheffield—Miss Avis Williams has gone to Rockford, 111., for a week's visit with her sister, Cecil Williams. Dougherty—Mrs. Floyd Alden is visiting her son and family in Norfolk, Va. Allison — Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kromer of Tempe, Ariz., are visiting at the home of Mr, and Mrs. Frank Folkers. Scarville — The Rev. Gordon Hanson, John and Rachel, of Oakland, Cal., were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Peterson recently. Fertile — Mr. and Mrs. Arden Suby have purchased a house from Bernard Rezabek in Fertile and are remodeling it. They will move in as soon as at is completed. Bristow — Mr. and Mrs. Fred Smith and Mrs. Paul Herold of Chicago, 111., were recent guests at the home of Mrs. Herman Niehaus and Mary. Fertile—Bernard Rosenthol left for his home in Minneapolis, Minn, after being a guest for a few days at the home of his mother-in-law, Mrs. Serena Giddings. Chester—Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Thompson celebrated their 25th wedding anniversary recently at East park, Mason City. Marble Rock—Ivan Maxson of Archer is visiting his mother, Mrs. Emma Maxson. Clarion—Miss Ellen Doherty of Baltimore, Md., is visiting her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Porter. Marble Rock — Mr. and Mrs. Walter Bohl and twin daughters are visiting in the home of Mrs. Bohl's parents at Bode. Alta Vista—Miss Lorraine Kelly, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Kelly, arrived here from San Francisco, Cal., to spend her vacation with her parents and other relatives and friends. Greene — Mr. and Mrs. Vern Drew of Grosse Point, Mich., are visiting with Mrs. Drew's mother, Mrs. Mae Thorp, her brother, Walter Thorp and her sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Will Cheney. St. Ansgrar—Mr. and Mrs. Ward Price were recent guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Elva Shook at Hopkins, Minn. Dumont—Mr. and Mrs. Harley Bohlen and family of Minneapolis visited in the Rube Wearda home. Mr. Wearda accompanied the Bohlens to their home where he will assist in the building of a new home. Duraont — Mr. and Mrs. Cline Sniffin are visiting relatives in Chicago for a few days this week. Osaye — Mr. and Mrs. Lennie Gilles and spn, Jerry, left for a 2 weeks' vacation at Camp Iowa cottage, Minnesota. The Gilles own and manage the Osage Cleaners. Pope joy—Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Moor of Laurens and Jerry Hel- lenfaeck of Strawberry Point were recent guests in the home of Supt. and *!rs. Lowell I. Wedgbury and family. 0 L F S Julu Clearance * July Clearance Sale * DRESSES Every Dress included — Cotton Dresses — Sheer Dresses — Crepe Dresses. None restricted — all reduced for quick clearance. STARTS TOMORROW $7.95 $8.95 $10.95 $12.95 $14.95 $17.95 $19.95 $22.95 $25.00 $29.95 DRESSES REDUCED TO DRESSES REDUCED TO DRESSES REDUCED TO DRESSES REDUCED TO DRESSES REDUCED 'TO DRESSES REDUCED TO DRESSES REDUCED TO DRESSES REDUCED TO DRESSES REDUCED TO DRESSES REDUCED TO JUNIOR SIZES 9 to 15 MISSES SIZES 10 to 20 WOMEN'S SIZES 1616 to 241/2 $5.95 $6.70 $8.20 $9.70 $11.20 $13.45 $14.95 $17.20 $18.75 $22.45 Every spring and summer garment included in this great annual clearance. Coats, suits, dresses, sportswear—all drastically reduced to make more room for nev^ fall merchandise arriving daily —better shop early for greater selection! * July Clearance Sale * SPRING COATS SPRING SUITS Only 43 fine Coats and Suits to clear. Broken sizes 9 to 16. These Coats and Suits sold regularly to $39.95. ALL GO AT ONE PRICE YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD - OPEN AN ACCOUNT GOWNS - Special Purchase Samples — Some irregular, some slightly soiled — All in unusual fine fabrics, Crepes, Chiffons, Printed Crepes in Blue, White, Tearose and lovely pastel prints, all with beautiful laces. Full cut. These gowns would sell regularly at $6.98, $7.98, $8.98 and $10.98 — all go at — CLEARANCE SALE BLOUSES Every blouse reduced in this great clearance. Sport Blouses, Suit Blouses, Dress Blouses •— all reduced for quick clearance. $2.98 BLOUSES, reduced to .., $3.98 BLOUSES, reduced to . . , $4.98 BLOUSES, reduced to . . $1.99 $2.65 $330 $5.98 BLOUSES, reduced to . . . $6.98 BLOUSES, reduced to . . , $7.98 BLOUSES, ieduced to . . , $5.98 $4.65 $5.30 $10.98 BLOUSES, reduced to . ... $7.30 Clearance Sale DRESSES 31 dresses in broken sizes. Dark colors only. These dresses sold regularly to $V7.95. $ 4 600 Pairs — Women's Full Fashioned 51 GAUGE— 15 DENIER NYLONS New and Wanted Shades $J09 Pr Regular $2.25 Breathtakingly beautiful Nylons with such invisible irregularities their loveliness and wearing quality is not impaired. Sizes 81/2 to 1072. A Nationally Advertised Famous Brand (we can't mention the name) Clearance Sale BETTER DRESSES 19 better dresses from our regular stock. Mostly prints. Sizes up to 20. I hese dresses sold regularly to $39.95. Clearance price . . . $ 10 Special Purchase SLIPS From a Famous Maker Slightly irregular, in satin and crepes. All extra long, adjustable straps. These slips sell regularly at ... $3.98 and $4.98 July Clearance JACKETS 26 fine all wool separate Jackets, beautifully styled in Kelly Green, Red and Navy. These Jackets sold regularly at $J<*.95 — Sizes 10 to 16 only. Special Purchase NOW $8.90 Sizes 32 to 40 YOUR CHOICE July Clearance EARLY SPRING DRESSES All dark colors and black in one and two-piece models. These dresses sold regularly to $29.95. Broken. Sizes They'Lost §8«00 Clearance Sale HOUSE COATS BEACH ROBES All short lengths, in checks and prints, in many different colors. These sold regularly at $5.98 and $10.98 Clearance Sale Price GOWNS Fine crepe gowns, slightly irregular in flesh and white lace trim. Extra long. These gowns would sell regular $5.98 Sizes 34 to 44 YOUR CHOICE, NOW Shop Early Quantities Are Limited MIER WOLF & SONS Fashions First Floor

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