Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on July 9, 1948 · Page 24
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6 July 8, 1948 Mason City Globe-G*c«tfe, Muran City, U. Major Parties in Palo Alto County Choose Chairmen Em'metsburr —James Conway of Cylinder was re-elected chairman of the Palo Alto county democratic central committee at a meeting following the democratic convention. Mrs. Bert Ryan -was reelected vice chairman. Arthur W. Smith was re-eUected chairman of the Palo Alto county central committee following the reoublican convention. Mrs. Emma Hermanson of Ruthven was elected vice chairman. A pharos (lighthouse for guiding seamen) takes its name from the ancient light towers on the island of Pharos in the harbor of Alexandria, Egypt. Wright County Plans 2-Day Garden Clinics Clarion —New chemicals for insect and disease control and garden management will be discussed at 3 garden clinics in Wright coun- ;y Thursdciy and Friday. Ed Cott, extension horticulturist from Iowa State college, will be the specialist on garden clinics. Thursday at 4 p. m. garden clinic was to. be held at the F. Christensen home in Eagle Grove and at 7 p. m. at the garden across from the swimming pool in Clarion. At 7 p. m. Friday at Dows, clinics will be held in the greenhouse. Koys Attend Camps Scarville—John Larson, Jr., accompanied the following Bqy Scouts of Troop No. 80 to Camp Roosevelt where they will spend the week: Curtis Reiso, Loren Larson, KarLyle Nelson, Donald Nelson and Jerome Hermanson. HERE and THEP Calmar —Vernon Stenseth enlisted in the army air corps and left for Mason City Tuesday where he received his medical ex- is* uinrruut DEUC&TE HAIR.- BRAIDS*.- LIOHT, COOL, AND MER.V 104 North Federal amination. Alexander—Mr. and Mrs. H. C Hanson moved their household goods to Belmond where they have bought a home and will live Mr. Hansen will keep his job as Alexander rural mail carrier. F r e d e r i cksburg — Mrs. Don Schmudlach was the guest of honor at a postnuptial shower recently at the home of her aunt, Mis Mabelle Adams. Alexander—Miss Anna Fern Blau, who is employed at Mar shalltown, is spending her vaca tion with her parents Mr. and Mrs. John Blau. Wesley—Recent visitors at the George Vitzthum home were the E N. K>!apalas*.r>s family of Mason* CiTy. Tom and Dennis Vitz- ited thum and Agnes Deverean of 4th. Laurens and the Galen • and • George Vitzthum, Jr., families. Geneva—Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hunt and son, Michael of Olym- are visitin pia Wash., are here for a couple tree home, of 'weeks' visit with Mr. Hunt's parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. D. Hunt. Wesley — Mr. and Mrs. Don Kraus were recent business visitors in Des Moines. Charles Kraus, Jr., who resigned his job at Kresge's, returned home with them. Fredericksburg — The members of the Brethren church held a post nuptial reception for the Rev. and Mrs. Roy Stern at the Church of the Brethren. ' Wesley — Mr. and Mrs. Emil Wester, Mrs. Lelia Jordan and son, Alan, visited the W. Wester- gaards of Ft. Dodge. Marble Rock—Mr. and Mrs. J M. Bowers of Illinois visited in the H. Schmidt home over the weekend. Dumont—Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Menther of Waterloo are the parents of a daughter, born July 1, at Allen Memorial hospital. Marble Rock — Mrs. Emmet Malady and children drove to Ft. Dodge to visit relatives. Mrs. Walter Bohl assisted in the store. Allison—Mrs. Adeline Benter was taken to the Cedar Valley hospital at Charles City Monday morning for treatment. Dumont—Mr. and Mrs. Merlin Minnier and family of Tucson, Ariz.; Mr. and Mrs. Donald Clemens and son of Cedar Rapids; Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Kothe, Hampton; Mr. and Mrs. Arl Bardy, Mr. and Mrs. Neil Schubert, all of Dubuque were recent guests in the Mrs. Mary Clemens home. Marble Rock—Miss Cleo Staudt and Miss Margaret Herman have returned from a 2 weeks' trip to California. Allison — Misses Doris Ann Hampel, Barbara Parks, Marilyn Wilder and Donna Maifeld left for Grinnell where they will spend a week at the Youth Fellowship camp. . „ Dougherty —Misses Ann, Rose and Mary Rooney of Minneapolis were recent guests at the J. B. Rooney homes. St. Ansgar—Mr. and Mrs. James Chase and Lane and Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Jones of La Porte, Ind., are visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Leland Larson. Chapin—Mr. and Mrs. Lawerence Scott have returned home from a visit with relatives at Berkley. Alexander—Mr. and Mrs. John Watson of O'Neal, Nebr., were recent guests at the Rex Aldingei home. Wesley—The Vincent, Elmer Ray and Joe Doughan families attended a picnic at the Corwith olkers, Chicago, are here visiting I home of her sister-in-law, Mrs. heir mother, Mrs. Minnie Folkcrs Leonard L. Turnmire, following id brother, Carl and family. major surgery at the Cedar Val- Wcsley — Mrs. Ben Felt received ley hospital, Charles City. word recently of the death of her Faulkner — Recent guests of Mrs. ephew C. Leslie Bennett of the .R. L. Schaefer included Mr. and Dominican republic. Mr. Bennett Mrs. William Welsh and son, Eu- as visited here several times. gene Welsh, of Marshalltown; Dr. Fredericksburg — Gordon O. Day an d Mrs. V. E. Powley of Phoenix, as purchased the Champlin fill- Ariz., and Mr. and Mrs. Marion ng station from Weidler and K latt of Waterloo park recently honoring Sr. M Damian and Sr. M. Kevin of Cc dar Rapids who are visiting thei parents, the Elmer Doughans. Wesley—David Kleinpeter vis ited friends in Sioux City over th Popejoy—Mr. and Mrs. Ted Ed wards and son of Zion, 111., an ..ucy Crabtree of Ellendale, Minn are visiting in the D. M. Crab ee home. Acklcy — Kenneth F o 1 k e r Grand Rapids, Mich., and Ro Knutson. Mclntire— Al Kalpokas of Phil- and Ansgar — Mrs. W. J. Kanell o£ Pittsburgh, Pa., is adelphia, Pa., came to spend a few r V s \Vng"ar\he "parental Herman weeks' vacation at the home or Moe j] er home his sister, Mrs. F. J. Vaughan and L cRoy, Minn. — Miss Marilyn family- Dick of Albert Lea was a week- Dumont—Charlie Hoyemeier of en a guest of her parents, Mr. and Kings, 111., was a recent guest in | Mrs _ H. Dick, the Will Popinga home. Marble Rock—Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Schultz and family were recent guests in the home of relatives in Des Moines. Dumont—Trent Vogel is visiting friends and relatives at Albert City .the next 2 weeks. Allison—Mrs. J. Manley of Sac City suffered a heart attack Sunday afternoon while traveling in \lSth Season • Hearty JfiOOflOO Visitors RECOMMENDED APPROVED VISIT NIAGARA CAVE HARMONY. MINNESOTA -,„ n ,,l n -f.-^m an auto fiom tn to i GO ft. Waterfall— Wishing Well— Stalactite ' -•• , , , , .. , , Room. Crystal Wedding Chapel—Celllnp City. She was brought to the local . physician's office and was then taken to Cedar Valley hospital at Charles City. Osage—Mrs. Henry Anderson, St. Ansgar, is convalescing at the 125 feet higli, 1 hour tour. On the Mln nesota-lowa State Line. Oft miles north east of Mason City—thru Cresco, Iowa- then highway No. i:i'J to Harmony. Minn Open Slimmer and Winter. Write for FREE Illustrated Booklet SHOE DEPARTMENT July Clearance on All Summer Merchandise Now in Progress PROFIT BY USING THE G-G WANT ADS! I'm from Milwaukee-and I ought to know! , 0 ys MRS. ELLEN BRAINARD, Milwaukee's caterers and amateur sportiwoman "We Milwaukeeans flatter ourselves that we're expert judges of beer," says Mrs. Brainard. "Milwaukee is America's brewing capital, so we fiave our choice of the best. And\ Blatz Beer is Milwaukee's favorite— for the same reason it's my favorite., .no other beer has quite the same delightfully different flavor!" Why not take an expert's advice...and try Blatz Beer today? 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