Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on June 30, 1948 · Page 2
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 2

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Wednesday, June 30, 1948
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20 June 29, 1948 City Gteto-CiBCtU, M u*n City, U. 4-H Girls Delerates New Hampton —Seven Chickasaw county girls are delegates to the state 4-H club convention in Ames this week. They are: Ger- BACKACHE Don't let Backache, Rheumatic Pain*, Kervousneas. OeU^n* Up Nichi*, Lee Pains. Bununr Pamce*; SweUen Ankles, or Circles Under fjts, due to non-organic and non- cystemtc Kidney and Bladder Trouble, make you feel old and miserable without . trying Cyita. Usually the first dose of Cy*t«t starts to work <nrmi»i<i.t»iy helping nature dean out excess acids and wastes which often eaun many pains, aches, soreness and stiffness. Get Cy*t*x at drunisU Satisfaction or money back guaranteed. trude Weidler of the Boy Vic- torettes; Virginia Snider of the Fredericksburg Cadets; Viola Smith of the Bassett Happy Hour club; JoAnn Eckenrod of the Richland Happy Hearts; Ruth Tiemessen of the Washington Willing Workers; Janie Lou Whicker of the D & R Cloverleaf club and Bonnie Lienau of the Stapleton Starlets. They were accompanied by Mrs. R. T. Mikes, leader of the Fredericksburg Cadets and Mrs. Margaret Allyn, county home economist. ATTENDS CAPPING Garner—Mrs. Paul Elling attended the capping ceremony for the class of 1950 at Barton Hall of St. Elizabeth's hospital, Washing- ton, D. C. recently. Jackie Elling is a member of the class consisting of 15 girls and 9 men. Mrs. E. Fitz Gerald Rites to Be Held at 10 A. M.Wednesday The funeral mass for Mrs. Emma Fitz Gerald, 82, who died Sunday at a hospital in Dubuque, will be celebrated at 10 a. m. 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Each farm worker now produces enough agricultural products to support himself and more than 13 other persons. KENNETH W. MOORE Kenneth Moore at Lake for Opening of Surf Ballroom Kenneth W. Moore, president of Prom, Inc., Chicago, is in Clear Lake Tor the opening of the new Surf ballroom. He is not only at the lake, but has become practically a commuter between Clear Lake and his home in Chicago, having spent a great deal of his time in he community during the build-* ng operations. His wife ana son also will be iere for the opening, as well as William Karzas, with whom. Mr. Moore is affiliated in the opera- ion of the ballroom activities, the D rom, Inc., trio of ballrooms, the Prom at St. Paul, Minn., the Terp at Austin, Minn., and the Surf it Clear Lake, being affiliated with the Aragon and Trianon ballrooms in Chicago. Acquired From Fox It has been 18 months since Prom, Inc., acquired the 3 bail- rooms from Carl Fox, Clear Lake, and Mr. Moore became president of the organization. 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