Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on July 13, 1948 · Page 4
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Mason City, Iowa
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Tuesday, July 13, 1948
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Clear Lake Globe-Gazette Globe-r,azetle Photo IN MEMORIAL SERVICE—Mary Walters of the Odd Fellows Home, Mason City Ba^'lra Sager, Sioux City, left, and Norma Nelson, Clear Lake, appeared in a tableau during tK memorial services held Sunday evening at P. M. park, Clear Lake, for the "Rank anc FiL'." The service was conducted by Maj. Gen. John A. Woods, department commander of •^Patriarchs Militant, and Lady* eone Stokka, Ames, department sspciation president. A staff of 9 adies and 6 chevaliers of the Des ifoines canton and auxiliary as- isted. Mrs. L. E. Jacobson, Clear Lake, ang "In the Garden of Tomor- Qear Lake Briefs Rotary club will meet at Camp T?rn=-pvelt Thursday evening at 6:"') for dinner with the Boy Sc- uts instead of holding a meet- in •' at the All Veterans Social Crater Thursday noon. Clubs from 3V1 "-on City and Osage will also atte iJ H the joint meeting. Garden tractors at big- savings. DcBruyn & Pugh Implement Co. Thn Congregational Women's ten planned for Wednesday has beon postponed until further notice, Mrs. L. E. Ashland, chairman, announces. For Sale: Low iron bed, coil springs, reasonable. Ph. 387-J. Miss Anne Bayz, granddaughter of Mrs. Mary Dayman, and niece of Mrs. Fred Funk, sailed June 23 from New York on the S. S. Ernie Pyle with 500 other college students for England and the continent. She was accompanied by a college chum, Miss Serena Kamper, Wellesley, Mass., and they planned to visit college friends in London and Edinburgh, Scotland, until July when they would tour France, Switzerland, Holland and Belgium by bicycle, returning to the states in October. Miss Bayz was graduated from Principia college, Elsah, 111., in June. For Sale: Vortex elec. washer, cxc. cond. 713 Winnie, Ph. 25 R-l. Mrs. Earl Alexander, a teacher in the government school at Point Hope, Alaska, will tell of her work and show figures of carved ivory and fur garments for the program of the W. S. C. S. at the Methodist church Wednesday afternoon at 2. The executive board meets at 1:15. Circle members are asked to bring good used clothing to be sent to the children of the school. Visitors and summer residents will be welcome. Wes- leyrm Service Guild will serve tea. Wanted: Woman for house donning Wed. and Thurs. F. L. Minette, Ph. 203 evenings. Mr. and Mrs. Val Hempel arrived in Monterey, Calif., June 2f) ,-md Mr. Hempel began teaching Danish language at a military July 1. The in Monterey has 4 teachers of foreign cainp camo languages. Cottages are provided for the teachers who eat in a general dining room and sit in la^ o uage groups. Pnecial discount on S, 5 and 12 h. -v Outboard Motors this month 5- the Sea Bee before you buy J3 "••uyn & Pugh Imp]. Co. T "-pr»y Birthday circle will rncel v.' : "i Mrs. Curtis Halvorson on Fr' 'ay. Phone 56 Clear Lake or 5796 IVT'-on City for free estimates on El - - vn Rock Wool insulation rr"' ; ng, roof repair, siding. Iowa Jr '-s tors. '•"rs. Walter Post, 111 E. State ptreet, was dismissed from Mercy hosnital, Mason City, Friday evening and is convalescing at her home. Miss Marcia Ashland arrived ho™e Saturday from a vacation tr ;- v She accompanied 3 sororitj sr'-~s to the Delta Gamma con- vr "on at Swampscott, Mass., and tl- *-hen took a trip through Cans' -'long the east coast of th V ' States to Virginia anc li "ia Missouri. "\ George returned to his J) it Wichita, Kans., Sundaj t\ Tending 5 weeks with hi 6- 'iarles F. George, and fam j] •nbers of Thimble Bee clnh e 'nined their families at a pic r" t Mclntosh Wood State park S ->y. The time was spent in v 1 ?. Another picnic will b h 'it State park Aug. 22. NI r ig is scheduled for Aug. 4 t 1 -c;ular date. and Mrs, Lloyd Hawkes F '^st City, accompanied b. C ' ; e Woodiwiss and daughter ^ i, Minn., spent Sunday eve IT at the Ray Sherman home TL,- • this week Mr. Woodiwis w "' return for a longer visit with fr' nds. T>r. and Mrs. Otto Alderks am eon, Phil, returned to their horn jn Cincinnati, Ohio, Saturdaj cflcr spending a week at the horn of the former's sister, Mrs. Le( Edwards and family, P. M. park They were accompanied by thei nieco, Miss Peggy Edwards, wh< •will »pend 2 week* at the Alderk homij. Mrs. William Alderks, La Jcota, has returned home afte •penllng a few days with he daughter, Mrs. Edwards. Mi*. M. N. Nelson accompanied MMM (Mr 01rt»-<U*»tU, M*»M Citjr, U. 12, IMS PRESENT THEIR DAMON'S FASHION FLOOR GREATEST DRESS SALE ow;" Mrs. Rose Woodruff, Wa- erloo. sang "Beyond the Sunset," nd Mrs. Stokka "The Lord's 'rayer." Each was accompanied iy Mrs. Bred Fankell, Clear Lake. The Rev. Claire Hughs, Castana, ffered prayer. The department council, Patri- rchs Militant, and the Depart- nent Association opened the an- lual 10 day encampment at P. M. park Saturday. More than 100 per- ons were registered and 21 towns if Iowa and 3 states were repre- iented. A large crowd attended he opening dance Saturday night. Sunday school was held in the odge hall Sunday morning with ,ady Beatrice Bonham, department chaplain, in charge. Gordon Wheeler, general commanding of the world, arrived Saturday from Flagstaff, Ariz., to spend a week. Men Golfers n 2nd Round of "Tourney" Clear Lake—In the 2nd round of the men's championship golf ournament played last week, Dr. ^. W. Peterson won over Edward R. Boyle 2 and 1 in the championship flight. Carl Schneider won 2 and 1 over Fred Palmeter, Roy Vtartin 2 and 1 over "Chuck" Schneider and Eugene Ludwig over Bob Heston 6 and 5. In the first flight J. W. Anderson, Jr., defeated R. J. Aurdal 1 up and Art Ross, Dr. K. R. Rogers 1 up. In the 2nd Harold Garth won over C. A. Pease, Jr., by default and Bob Halford over Leo Esbeck 2 and 1. Swea City Woman to Take Nurse's Exams Swea City — Barbara Kluger, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Kluger, left for Des Moines on July 8 to take entrance examinations including psychological and aptitude tests preliminary to being accepted for nurses' training at Broadlaw.ns hospital, Des Moines. The tests were to be given at Drake university. Barbara, who is a 1947 graduate of Swea City high school, hopes to enter nurses' training this fall. Braun, Ames, Catches "Big" Fish of Week Clear Lake—Ray E. Braun, 628 8th street, Ames, won the prize for the largest game fish caught at Clear Lake the week of July 4 to 11 by registering an 11J pound, blue catfish at the Petersen hardware store Saturday. The contest closed at midnight. The prize is an all weather fisherman's raincoat given by Pease the clothier. Roy Davis, Ventura, registered an 8 pound, 3 ounce blue catfish at the same place Saturday and Wayne Whitney, Clear Lake, a 6 pound, 2 ounce northern pike. The prize for the week beginning July 1 and ending next Saturday at midnight is $5 in trade given by the Wilcox furniture store. The largest fish taken so far this season is an 11 pound, 15 ounce northern taken by John Grier, Mason City, May 30. 'Call Northside 777' tv Be Seen at Lake C I e a r L a k e—"Call Northside 777," a so-called documentary production approved by the better films committee of the Des Moines Parent Teacher association, will be shown at the Lake theater Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, C. E. Mosher, manager, announced Monday. The story is based on actual happenings and is filmed in the locale, Chicago, in which the incidents took place. James Stewart appears as the news reporter instructed to follow through on the advertisement of a Chicago scrubwoman who offered $5,000 reward for information clearing her son, played by Richard Conti, of the charge of murder. Lee J. Cobb is Stewart's editor and the picture goes to show that "if someone cares enough, nothing is impossible." The committee states that the picture is enlightening, not only of the routine of newspaper offices but of the sometimes blundering workings of law enforcement. The process of wire photography is explained in detail and effort has ben made to keep the tone of the story factual. I her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. George Arbuckle, and family to their home at Los Angeles, Cal., Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Trager entertained a group of relatives and friends from Spencer, Spirit Lake and Chicago Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. W, F. Ingraham returned Saturday from Omaha, Nebr., where they attended the xvedding of their granddaughter, Miss Susanne Ingraham, and Nixon C. Elliott on Wednesday. The double ring ceremony was performed at All Saint's Episcopal church and the couple went to San Francisco, Cal., where Mr. Elliott will, enter business. The bride was graduated from Smith college, Northampton, Mass., June 14 and Mr. Elliott from Amherst college, Amherst, Mass., June 7. The Ingrahams, who live at Mason City, are spending the summer with their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. L. F, Kohlhurst, South Shore, while a new home is . being built in Mason City. Mrs. Frank Trager, noble grand of Tina Rebekah lodge No. 105, announces that the lodge will honor all members whose birthdays occur in July at the meeting in I. O. O. F. hall Tuesday evening. It is also noted that it was her daughter, Miss Betty Trager, who sang Branm's "Lullaby" at the installation ceremonies at the hall Friday evening and tttat another daughter, Mrs. Harold Brigham, Spencer, pinned on Mrs. Trager's corsage. Mrs. Fred Funk pinned the corsage on the new vice grand, Mrs. Elmer Nelson. The flowers were provided by Mrs. Russell Roberts, past noble grand. t Daniel Nolan Rites Tuesday Services to Beat Holy Family Church Funeral services ror Daniel Nolan, who died Sunday afternoon, will be held at 8 a. m. Tuesday at Holy Family Catholic church with Msgr. R. P. Murphy officiating. Mr. Nolan was born in Mason City and had resided here his entire lifetime. Surviving are his sister, Mrs. Kathryn Sullivan, Mason City, and 2 nephews. He was preceded in death by his parents, Mr. Nolan was a member of the Holy Family Catholic church. The Rosary will be said at 8 p. m. Monday at the Major Memorial chapel. Interment will be at St. Joseph's Catholic cemetery. The Major funeral home in charge. Students Appreciate Party Sponsored by Father Ambrose The dance sponsored! by Father Ambrose Giannoukos at the Y. M. C. A. Friday was greatly appreciated by the 362 students who attended. Father Ambrose was assisted by Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Anderson and Mr. and Mrs. Max Hedrick. Refreshments were provided by Mrs. Robert Johnson, Mrs. H. B. Major, Mrs. Louis Pion, and Mrs. A. J. Carman. By sponsoring these 2 dances Father Ambrose hopes that other parents or clubs in town will realize what these dances mean to the high school graduates and students. Anyone interested in obtaining the Hi-D5ve room for such a party may contact Father Ambrose at the Y. M. C. A. for further information. DAMON'S IS AIR CONDITIONED FOR YOUR SHOPPING COMFORT \ HERE IS THE SALE YOU PONT WANT TO MISS DRESSES BY NATIONALLY KNOWN DESIGNERS 74 PRINT DRESSES Including L'Aiglon print sheer, with dark background, glove length sleeves for daytime and street wear. Fred Block designs in pure silk print, drape skirt with all the new look for dress up wear. Two piece print dresses by Klafter Cr Sobel for summer suit wear in crepes and sheers. All beautiful new prints in Jersey, Shantungs, Sheers and Crepes. Here are dresses that are money-savers to you, so be sure to check each one, you'll be glad you did. VALUES FROM 14.95 to 39.95 147 COTTON DRESSES Including American Golfer in beautiful stripe chambrays, check gingham, Pastel Broadcloth and solid charnbray, also seersuckers. One unusual American Golfer with Song sleeves. Also American Golfer with short and separate skirt. Fine Chambray Golfer by Serbin, with zipper front. L'Aig- lon, sunback in white with coin dot . . . Two piece in cord cotton suit style, solid color chambroys . . . Printed Spuns in white background prints . . . Everyone a swell buy, hurry in now! VALUES FROM 12.95 TO 16.95 69 DRESSES All new smart youthful dresses, including Ellen Kaye, Judy &' Jill, Berkeley Juniors in pastel prints with short sleeve, full skirts and all the new style lines. The much talked of Famous Dress in printed mesh, sheers, and crepes, in styies most becoming to the well dressed woman, also some two piece dresses for travel wear. Also Klafter & Sobel dresses in most becoming styles, inciuqjrTg both glove length sleeves and short sleeves in print crepes, meshes, sheers and shantung, for either dress up or casual wear. VALUES FROM 22.95 TO 59.95 260 BETTER COTTON DRESSES Including such dresses as David Crystals charnbrays in beautiful two-piece tailored style of summer suit. Cruisaline print and solid color in both one and two- piece dresses. . . . Check and gorgeous stripes in both one and two piece, . . Perry Brown dresses in junior sizes in two-piece Spun Fabric . . . Regular 25.00 values. L'Aiglon dresses in cottons and beautiful spuns . . . McMullens beautiful chambrays in solid colors and stripes with values up to 29.95. fc VALUES FROM 22.95 TO 29.95 THE STOJRC YOUR CONFIDENCE HAS BUILT

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