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Clear Lake Globe-Gazette Knotty Pine Bedrooms Made J in Home as Part of Hobby ' Woodworking is a hobby with Sterle Crandall, 711 10th N. E., who put his talent to use in building from scratch these 2 knotty pine bedrooms for his home. Crandall, a carman for the Mil- Modernized Homes Insist on the Genuine INSTALL PERMANENT Ceramic Clay Tile O BATH ROOMS • KITCHENS • SHOWERS • FIRE PLACES It Costs No Mar* For The Best. Iiours Of Drudgery Saved. No Added Cost For Upkeep. FHA Approved Mason City Tile & Marble Co. Office and Showroom •JIB North Federal Phon» 4674 For Estimates waukee railroad, built the double- deck bunk in the boys' playroom and surrounded it with convenient cupboard space. There's a builtin clothes closet at each end of the bunk with linen closets on top of them. The clothes closets are 6 feet high while 2 chests of drawers have been fitted under the bunk. A builtin shelf is out of view in the bunk as is a fluorescent tube light. The ceiling is covered with nu-wood and an indirect light installed. The room was papered with cowboy paper. A 4-drawer chest of drawers adorns one side-of the room next to a home-made book shelf. Crandall tore out a section of the wall YOUR FARM toeS^lH *%i" to make a new entrance to the room. The old doorway, which was situated in about the middle of the bunk, was plastered over and a mirror and bookcase fitted on the other side which is in the living room of the house. The 2nd bedroom features cabinets across the length of the front. They are floor length, with a chest of drawers on one side and a vanity table in the middle. Crandall has also remodeled the living room of the home, 1 built an inside stairway to the basement and hopes to erect a garage with "hobby time" in the future. Poor Heating System Sends Money up Flue A heating system should be regarded as an investment the same as a home of an automobile, declare specialists at the University of Illinois' Small Homes Council. The real cost of a heating system is not just the cost of the original equipment, they say, but is equal to the initial cost plus the maintenance and fuel, costs. A "cheap" heating system will surely cost more in the end than one properly designed and installed. Select up-to-date equipment, heating experts advise. An investment in a modern heating plant and modern room heating units, such as the new convector-radiators, will insure comfortable warmth without high maintenance costs for many heating seasons. New Tricks in Solving That Storage Space is a big problem in mod- ern'life. Where to put it seems to be the number one question in Clear Lake Briefs Star club will hold their annual picnic for families at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Hansen Friday at 6:30. Wanted: 2 rood Globe-Gazette carriers for 2 good routes. Make $4 to $5 per week. Apply Globe- Gazette office. Lfc and Mrs. Homer E. Cobb left Saturday morning for San Francisco after spending 5 weeks at the home of the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Cobb. Lt. Cobb is on his way overseas. Phone 56 Clear Lake or 5796 Mason City for free estimates on Blown Rock Wool insulation, roofing, roof repair, siding. Iowa Insulators. Wanted: Few adults to pick own rasp'b. Sun., Mon. by appt. only Holts. Ph. 69-W Sat. evening. Marilyn Leith, Chicago, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clarion Leith, is spending the summer with her grandmother, Mrs. John Siesseger Mrs. Viggo Jacobsen has sen word to relatives here that she arrived in Copenhagen, Denmark June 29 after leaving New York June 18 late in the evening. Thej had a fine voyage and stopped a South Hampton, England, enroute. Twenty relatives were at the dock to meet her. Mrs. Lloyd Wisrey and son, David, also went to Denmark on the same ship. All month of July special sale on seasonable items. DeBruyn & Pugh Implement Co. Mrs. Ray Hickman and sons, Jim and Jack, plan to return to their home at George, Sunday, after spending a week at the home of the former's father, Viggo Jacobsen. Mr. Hickman will come Sunday and they will accompany him home. Mrs. F. B. Hart, president, has announced that V. F. W. auxiliary members are to meet at the V. F. W. club rooms Sunday at 1:30 p. m., to attend the funeral of T/5 Cletus Weiland. Binder Twine—Plymouth Green July It, IMS 5 Mai*n City GUb«-G»i«iU, Mw*B City, U. MRS. FRANK E. TRACER GLENN HUNST Lloyd Photo WILL HEAD CLEAR LAKE LODGES—Mrs. Frank E. Trager was installed noble grand of Tina Rebekah lodge No. 105 and Glenn Hunst of Odd Fellows lodge No. 187 at I.O.O.F. hall, Clear Lake, Friday evening. Joint installation ceremonies were conducted by the Clear Lake installing staff under the leadership of G. E. Curphy, district deputy grand master and Mrs. L. E.*—- — Jacobson, district deputy presi- Fred H. Robbe Services Held Interment at Nora Springs Cemetery Funeral services for Fred H. Robbe, 89, who died Thursday, following an illness of about a week, were held Saturday afternoon af the chapel of the McAuley and Son funeral home, with the Rev. George A. Sheils, associate pastor of the First Methodist church, officiating. Mrs. Roscoe E. Patton played a program of obsequial music on the organ. Mrs. Marian Schultz was in charge of flowers. Attending the services from out of the city were Mrs. Vera Hahn and Miss Betty Hahn, Rochester, Minn., and Mr. and Mrs. G. G. Knowlton, Floyd. Pallbearers were Magnus Schultz, Earl Knudtson, J. Francis Beck, William C. Younker, Kelly Hixon and W. T. Blackmarr. Alternates were Oral Cork and John Nelson, Burial was at the Park cemetery, Nora Springs. The McAuley and Son funeral home in charge. dent, and their installing mar- shalls, Joe Grady and Mrs. Curphy. many a tightly packed home. One way to get around the FOR QUALITY, SERVICE AND SATISFACTION space problem is to use storage areas more wisely. It is amazing how much room will appear in even the tiniest apartment if it is all put to good use. Take closets, for example. What's wrong with a double- decker arrangement for skirts and suits? A 2-tiered closet means twice as much room and clothes won't have to be put away mussed up in musty bureau drawers. The inside of a closet door can be a wonderful place for storing things. Add a f<nv pegs here, a narrow boxed-in shelf there, and presto! the door is transformed into a cabinet for odds and ends. It's good for hanging sewing equipment or household tools, too. Shelves can be added in all sorts of strange places, and look very well there, too. Over a door, for example, or around beds. But double duty furniture — furniture that serves 2 purposes at once — is the best answer yet to the storage problem. Mr. and Mrs. chests, extension tables, step table radios and countless other double duty items mean real space saving and more comfortable modern living. EVER-BRIGHT PAINT BARN PAINT Add years of service to your farm buildings . . . durable protection for barns, $n -I A Top. DeBruyn & Pugh Impl. Co. Mrs. Arnot Hansen and daughter, Patty Lou, have returned from Lincoln, Nebr., where they spent 10 days with the former's father, F. B. Riner. Lutheran Daughters of the Reformation will hold a picnic at the farm home of Miss Lois Lunn Monday evening. Lake's Ambitious Feeders will meet at the Toft schoolhouse Monday evening at 7:30 for a wiener roast. Roberta Furleigh, R. N., Rochester, Minn., is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Philip Furleigh, this weekend. Mr. and Mrs. John Roth returned Friday evening from Sanece, Kansas., where they visited their sons, George and Gilbert and their families for a week. The regular meeting of 40 & 8 scheduled for July 12 has been canceled. The next meeting date will be announced later. Lyle and Bill Petersen, McGregor, left Saturday morning for their home after spending 2 days with LeRoy Olson at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Rickard. The 3 boys were at Walnut attending the Brooklyn Dodgers' baseball trial camp for 3 days. Tom Atkins has announced that all Soap Box Derby racers are to be at the Chevrolet garage Tuesday at 7 p. m. for inspection. Mrs. Frank Swanson, 700 S. 4th street, will entertain Twelve Whatz club Monday. Merriment club will meet at the home of Mrs. Rollin Luscomb, 211 S. 3rd street, Tuesday. Mrs. Warner M. Hubbard returned Saturday morning from Iowa City where she has conducted a laboratory school for Sunday school workers since Sunday. Mrs. Elmer Nelson and Clarence Zook were installed vice grands, Mrs. C. A. Boulino and Clair Heifner recording secretaries and Mrs. J. C. Norris and Mr. Grady treasurers. Other members of the installing staff were Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Cash, wardens; Mrs. Mabel Roberts and R. J. Nelson, recording secretaries; Mrs. K. R. Rogers and Marshall Friest, financial secretaries; Mrs. Bouline and Clifford Peterson, chaplains, >and Mrs. George Prestholt and Melvin Barlow, guardians. Appointees Named Appointive officers installed included Mrs. V. M. Wallis and Mr. Barlow, R.S.N.G.; Mrs. Rollin Luscomb and Mr. Friest, L.S.N.G.; Miss Betty Trager and Paul Toppin, wardens; Mrs. Leroy Miller and Kenneth Miller, chaplains; Mrs. Paul Toppin and E. M. Peterson, conductors; Mrs. Clarence Zook and A. M. Friest, inside guardians; Mrs. G. E. \Vailin and VV O. Ward, outside guardians; Mrs. R. J. Nelson ana George Runshauser musicians; Mrs. Neil Slocum and Dr. Rogers, R.S.V.G.; Mrs. Fred FankeLL and Mrs. Cash, L S. V. G.; Mrs. Glenn Hunst and Lake Council Gives Tom Wood Contract for Heights Sewer Clear Lake—The city council met at the city hall Friday evening and awarded Tom Wood the contract for sewer in Country Club Heights addition. Ernest Andersen was awarded the contract for curb and gutter to be placed in the Andersen- Christensen addition. Councilman Carl Johannessen was appointed to have charge of street oiling. Building permits were issued to Charles Fleming, C. O. Lomen, Mrs. Rena White, John W. Cole, F. L. Knutson. R. W. Peterson, E. F. Burris, Harold Jorgenrud, W. E. Lucas, Emil Sorensen and Faye Hart. Rex Westcott, R.S.S., and Mrs. Clair Heifner and Robert Latch, L S S. Mrs. Jacobson is instructor Mrs. R. J. Nel- Lions Committees Are Named by Board Clear Lake — The Lions club board of directors met at the All Veterans Social Center Thursday evening for dinner and a business meeting. The following chairmen and committees were appointed to serve for the coming year: Attendance, Don O'Neill; constitution and by-laws, Ira W. Offers Audio- Visual Course University of Iowa Will Give Workshop Iowa City — A one-week audiovisual workshop will be offered at the State University of Iowa from July 26-30, according to Bruce E. Mahan, head of the extension division. The course, sponsored jointly by the college of education and the extension division, is for school administrators, teachers and others interested in the use of audio-visual aids. Registration will be limited to 75 graduate and undergraduate students, and one hour's credit will be given for the course. A large portion of the classroom work will be devoted to panel discussions. Students can concentrate on such projects as lantern slide production, radio and recording problems, motion picture production and administrative problems in an audio-visual program, Mahan said. Field trips are also scheduled to the university motion picture production laboratory, photographic service and microfilm laboratory. In addition to the large exhibit son was pianist. As Mrs. Trager was installed her daughter, Mrs. Harold Brigham, Spencer, accompanied by Mrs. R. J. Nelson, sang Brahm's "Lullaby," Mrs. Trager's favorite song and as Mrs. Nelson took her place Mrs. Neil Slocum sang ••Prayer" by Grace Noll Crow ell. Mrs. Trager presented flowers to each woman on the installing staff and to the new Rebekah officers. Mrs. Marshall Friest and Mrs. Robert Latch did the honors for the installing staff. As Mrs. Russell Roberts, retiring noble grand, was escorted to her new station she was presented a past noble grand's pin by Mrs. Frances Skene. Jones; convention, R. J. Galloway;, finance, R. R. Rogers, Robert Stuart and Karl Hass; Lions education, M. W. Hughes; membership, Arnold Moeller and military affairs, Harold Thompson. Greeter, Art Johnson and Ray Nichols; boys and girls, M. ti. Gil- j more; citizenship and patriotism,' M. A. Hintzman; civic improvement, Keith McGowan and Sidney Halt'ord; education, M. W. Hughes; health and welfare, Dr. R. W. Peterson; safety, T. J. Farnan. A special committee will take care of sight afflictions and those who are blind. of equipment regularly available in the audio-visual laboratory, Mahan said, manufacturers have sent new models of projectors for display during the course. Twenty university faculty members will act as lecturers for the YOUR LUMBER AND SUPPLIES AT THE FULLERTON LUMBER Co. for reliable Plumbing service call the J. C. RUTH CO. 202J North Federal Phone 989 sheds, etc. Gallon Red in 5's $9.90 Also available in Kentucky Red, Gray and Green. In 5's ..$12.90 ^ Wagon and Implement 1 Enamel Protects . . . beautifies . . . farm equipment. Prevents rust and rot. Use on wood or $•! Mr fr l i* % enamel. Gallon leTCJ OUTSIDE WHITE UTILITY PAINT Use on fences, outbuildings, •beds, garages. Beautifies . . . provides protection at a $o '•rr minimum cost. Gallon 0 • I D &***!* 15 Fourth Street S. W. Phone 642 J. S. Hansen, Manager Mason City, Iowa PAINT-WALLPAPER 22 Second N. E. Mrs. Juh! Entertains Christian Workers Clear Lake—Mrs. Leonard Jub.1 entertained Christian Workers Friday afternoon with Mrs. George Kabrick as a guest. During the business meeting it was decided to dispense with the sewing sessions until September. Mrs. O. T. Belmat, president, led devotions and Mrs. Arleigh Eddy gave a lesson on "The Book of Ruth." Mrs. Milton Dcusenberg will be the hostess Aug. 13. Group to Methodist Camp at Lake Okoboji Clear Lake—Mrs. W. M| Hubbard and the Misses Mary Lou Hammond, Joan Swanson, Marilyn Ludcke, Ardella Watson, Mernu Hansen and Barbara Luscomb are leaving Sunday afternoon to spend until Saturday at the Methodist Youth Camp at Lake Okoboji. Mrs. Hubbard will have classes every day teaching cottage counselors. PLASTIC TILE WALLS 3 YEARS alt PA t For th« smartest watts in town b« Jure you feuy Pltt»b«r ? h Interlock^ Plastic Wall Til*. No other wall covering gives you the rick, lustrous beauty, permanency and of cleaning. Phone, call or write, ease without obligation, for complete details. SEITZ Interior Fashions 216 5th S. W. Phone 5277 A father once Mtdfo hi* *on, Tkfe nert time you m*Ve up a pun. Go out in the yard And l<lck yourieH hard, And 1 wl begin when yWre o***." When you 'think, of cabinets, think of G. E. Platts and Son. Cabinet making is our business. Our experts make it for you. Whether it is a simple table or an elaborate cabinet . . . SEE US TODAY. G.E. PLATTS* SON MllLUORH CABINCTb 714 So JEFFERSON MASON CITY IF ITS WOOO.WtMAKF IT' PM H94 Report Large Fish Registered This Week Clear Lake—Bill Rickard, Clear Lake, registered a walleyed pike weighing 3 pounds and 10 ounces Saturday morning at Clark's Sport and Hobby Shop. Harry Scott, Iowa Falls, registered a northern weighing 4J pounds and Duane White, Clear Lake, registered a pickerel weighing 3 pounds 9 ounces, July 8 at Satter's Sporting Goods store. Wayne Whitney, Clear Lake, registered a 6 pound 2 ounce northern pike Saturday at Petersen's Hardware and Sports store. Surprise Ceremony A surprise ceremony in which Mary Rogers, Sallie Slocum, David Roberts, Richard Westcott, Shirley Hanley, Dick Slocum, Norma Nelson, Donnie Friest, Sharon Hunst, Douglas Riggs and Marilyn Leith partcipated also marked this part of the program. Each child carried a crepe paper lily on which was a small replica of some event which occurred during Mrs. Roberts' term of office. The children carried out a drill, using the lily chair?. Sally Slocum sang "Now Is the Hour" with words adapted to the oc- C3 SlOT"! The past noble grand of the Odd Fcilows, Clarence W. Miller, was presented a nosegay of old-fashioned flowers. Refreshments were served by the Rebekahs and Odd Fellows. Allison Couple Leave for Flight to Norway Allison — Mrs. E. C. Reisetter and her daughter Carrie Ann will leave by plane from Cedar Rapids for New York Monday where they will spend the night and on Tuesday will board a plane at La Guardia Field on the Scandinavian Air Line system. They plan to land in Prestwick, Scotland, the same day. The following day they will leave Prestwick to land in Bergen, Norway, July 14. They will visit Mrs. Reisetter's mother, Mrs. Kari Askeland, 80, her sister, Mrs. Arthur Petersen and sisters, Emma and Jennie, at Yiri Arna, Norway, and her brother Arthur at Kalsaas, Norway. Mrs. Reisetter has not seen her relatives over there for 21 years. They also plan to visit other relatives at different places in Norway and plan to go to Sweden. They will return to the U. S. about Aug. 25. AURDAL TEAM WINS Clear Lake — R. J. Aurdal's team won with a score of 624 at the men's supper match at the AVSC golf club Friday evening. John Anderson, Jr., had charge of the losing team whose score was 629. Nashua Man Takes Creamery Position Nashua — Bryce Timm of Decorah is'the new fieldman for the Chickasaw County Creameries, working on the quality improvement program. The fieldman runs tests on every patron's cream in the county. Timm has been but- termaker and also bookkeeper at the Decorah creamery. Clear Lake Calendar SUNDAY—Double C class picnic, State park. noon. Sing and Sew park, 12:30. club picnic, Bayside LESSON IS BIBLE CROSSWORD PUZZLES Clear Lake met at the -Youth Fellowship Gospel Tabernacle church Thursday evening with Lois Rickard in charge of the lesson in the form of Bible crossword puzzles." The members divided into 2, groups and worked out the puzzles. The next meeting is Thursday evening. Hancock Democratic Delegates Selected Garner—Hancock county democrats selected the following delegates to attend the state, state and district judicial conventions: A. C. Taylor, Chris Kuch, Leo Paulson, Dr. W. Tindall, Mrs. Irma Tindall, E. J. Thompson, B. C. Berge, Jack Dethmers, Carl Roe, Mrs. Lee Swaney, Mrs.' Thelma Stille, J. C. Steinberg, Vern Schluter, Lou Wesenbcrg, Oscar Johnson, Mrs. Oscar Johnson, T. H. Thompson, H. H. Stewart, Ben V. Greiman, Mrs. Ben V. Greiman, Mrs. Richard Brouwcr, William Haberkamp, Louis Schlcusner, Mrs. Louis Schleusner, Al Ludeke, J. M. Townsend, Mrs. Ella Mnc Foster, Rufus Welter, Ethel Bonstetter, Vic Locbig, Herman Bode and Mrs. Herman Bode. v , Baseball, Clear Lake VFW vs. Hampton Legion team, Lions field, 2. Fourth District American Legion stag, All Veterans Social Center. Yacht club sailboat races, City dock, 2:30. Band concert, City park, 3. Clear Ln!:c Rifle and Pistol club. Christian Endeavor, Christian church, 7:30. MONDAY— Summer music classes continue, high school, 8:30. Red Cross water safety instruction continues. bathing beach, 10. Twelve Whatz. 'Mrs. Frank Swanson, 700 S. 4th street. Lutheran Daughters of the Reformation. Lois Lxmn home, evening. Junior Chamber of Commerce, Dandy's, 7:15. Lake's Ambitious Feeders, Toft school- hmise. 7:30. Navy Mothers club, Legion hall, 7:30. Boy Scout troop 75, Zlon Lutheran church, 7:30. Library board annual meeUng. public library. 8. Odd Fellows lodge, I. O. O. F. hall, 8. TUESDAY — Red Cross home service worker, City hall, 1 to 5. Merriment club, Mrs. Rollin Luscomb, 211 S. 3rd street. Saratoga Post No. 4868, V. F. W., cUib- rooms, 7:30. Tina Rebekah lodge, I. O. O. F. hall, 8. WEDNESDAY — Golt women, golf course, 0. Lions club. V. F. W. clubroom, 12:15. E. T. C. Bridge club, Lake Shore hotel, 1:30. Methodist W. S. C. S.. church parlors, executive board, 1:15; general, 2. North Side Jolly club. Mrs. Mark Bacon. Lake Township Oweso club, Mrs. John Byl. Sailboat races, City dock, 3. Triple C club, Mrs. Loren EHlng, 510 S. 4th street. O. N. O. club, Mrs. Jack Winklcr, 109 N. Elm street. Bible study, Christian church, 8. Verity lodge No. 250, A. F. and A. M., Masonic temple, 8. THURSDAY — Red Cross home service worker. City hali, 1 to 5. Royal Neighbor club. City park, 1. Double Dozen club, Mrs. Wayne Wolford. Lake's Ambitious Vestae, Patty Huff, Mason City. Know Your Neighbor club. Lakeside Ladles nld, Mrs. Frank Miles. Zlon Lutheran aid—Ruth circle, Mrs. Onus Carstens; Martha circle. Mrs. .T. R. Whitoslries; Lydia circle, Mrs. Clifford Lcgrcld. Rotary club, Carnp Roosevelt, 6:30. Dorcns society of Gospel Tnbernnclc church, City park. 7. Cathnllc Ladles aid, St. Patrick's church parlors, evening. B. T. S. A., Mrs. Arnold Griffith, 511 "A S. 4th street. Youth Fellowship, Gospel Tabernacle church, 8. Odd Fellows Encampment and Auxiliary, I. O. O. F. hall. 8. FRIDAY—Happy Birthday circle, Mra. Curtis Hnlvorson, Men's supper watch, (jolf grounds, 5. Star club, Howard Hansen home, 6:30. Clear Lake Bont club, Rllz club, 7:30. aATUROAY-'-Sailboat races. City dock, 3. Band concert, City park, n. Wright 4-H Girls at State Meeting Clarion — Girls from Wright county who attended the 4-H convention at Iowa State college this week were Ruth Martin, Winifred Boyington, Janet Shillington, Emogene Spangler, Rose Heimstra, Patricia Ketchum, Janice Hammond, Myrna Cooper, Beverly Keeling, Janice Nielsen and Ruth Edwards. The group was chaperoned by Mrs. Clarence McBride, county 4-H chairman, Mrs. Orvis Shillington, leader of the Dayton Dandies and Mrs. Lettie E. Zuber, county extension home economist. New Librarian Takes Over Duties at Osage Osage — New librarian at the Sage public library is Mrs. Flora Danforlh, who has been assisting Miss Rena Gray. Miss Gray has served as librarian. Steel Beams Arrive Thompson — The steel beams which have been holding up construction of the new Lutheran church have finally arrived. Construction will be resumed soon. RIDE AWAY:.., Think of getting up to 75 miles on • gallon of ga» It'a tb» modern, economical method of transportation. W* want to •how you how e*ay you can own • Cushman—and SAVE. Con* i» TODAY. CENTRAL AUTO ELECTRIC CO. 25 1st St. S.- W. Phone 143 Gannlne Cmhman Parta a*4 Bervlee

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