Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on June 30, 1948 · Page 15
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 15

Mason City, Iowa
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Wednesday, June 30, 1948
Page 15
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Clear Lake Globe-Gazette v 19 Girl Scouts at 'The Island Clear Lake, Thornton 6th Graders in Camp Clear Lake—Girl Scouts of the 6th grade in Clear Lake and Thornton, 19 in all, are in camp on "The Island" this week under the guidance of Miss Shirley Erickson, Thompson, program director, and Miss Lois Bliss, Lake Mills, dietitian. Also present part of the time are Mmes. H. W. Lang and Peter Wohler, troop leaders the past year. Miss Arlis Nurre, R. N., will give a physical checkup Wednesday afternoon. Each girl had a physical before entering the camp, too. Days at the camp are filled with activities. Each morning from 9 to 10 and each afternoon from 4 to 5 Miss Betty Burns, Red Cross water safety instructor, gives lessons in swimming and water safety. Northwood girls will have the camp from July 4 to 11 and after that the Clear Lake troops will have it the rest of July with the same general setup. Brownie troops will have day camps when it comes their turn. TO WED IN SEPTEMBER—Mr. and Mrs. Francis H. Latham, 112 E. Division street, Clear Lake, announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Veronica, to Paul Enabnit, son of Mr. and Mrs. Art Enabnit, Clear Lake. The wedding will take place at the Christian church Sept. 1. Fredrickson Is Honored by Postal Force Clear Lake—Oscar Fredrickson, 504 Winnie street, was guest of honor at a dinner party at the All Veterans Social Center Monday evening in recognition of 30 years of service as a city mail carrier. The courtesy was given by Postmaster Mary D. Carroll and em- ployes of the local postoffice. Wives and husbands of the post- office force were present and Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Winnie and Mrs. Orren Porter were special guests. C. C. Branson was toastmaster. Mrs. R. A. Monaghen, accompanied at the piano by Mrs. H. L. Erickson, sang "When Irish Eyes Are Smiling," "Fiddle and I" and "Underneath the Lilac Tree." Mr. Erickson, Forde Lee, Everett Wooldridge and Don Stork formed a quartet to sing a special number dedicated to Mr. Fredrickson and extolling the virtues of old mail carriers to the tune of "The Old Oaken Bucket." Mrs. Fredrickson was presented a corsage and her husband a bu- tonierre from the group, also a gift of appreciation. Mrs. Carroll made the latter presentation. The occasion also marked the 32nd wedding anniversary of the honorees. Mr. Fredrickson and Miss Anna Wood were married at '•Clear Lake June 28, 1916, and have made their home in Clear Lake since. Commodore Ralph Replogle announced Tuesday that a meeting of the Clear Lake Yacht club will be held at his home, 505 N. 3rd street, at 7:30 o'clock Friday evening. All members are urged to be pi-esent as important matters are to be discussed. HOTPOINT WASHER Today's best buy among: quality washing machines. • Offers 3 gentle, positive washing actions. • Tub empties automatically in 2 minutes. 0 Trouble free service—only 4 moving parts. • Select pressure wringer with safety release. HOSTETLER ELECTRIC 22 1st St. S. E. Phone 286 Clear Lake Briefs Know Your Neighbor club held its picnic, scheduled at Fertile park Sunday, at the Djuren schoolhouse instead. The club meets next on July 15. For Sale: Dining rm. suite. Ph. 254. Mrs. E. A. Coburn and son, Glenn, Chicago, arrived Saturday to spend 2 weeks at the C. E. Lantz home. The Coburns formerly lived at Mason City. For Sale: Porcelain ice refrigerator, exc. tond. Holds 100 Ibs. Ph. 438J. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Iliff returned to their home in Minneapolis Monday morning after visiting at the C. F. Jacobsen home since Thursday. The women are sisters. For Sale: Boy's suit, size 10, also girl's dresses, size 12. Call evenings. Ph. 453-J. 515 Kimball St. Relatives and friends of the Rev. John K. Hubbard of Oakland, Cal., are invited to meet at City hall Sunday at 1 o'clock for a picnic dinner. Those who attend are asked to bring a covered dish and table service, sandwiches and drink for their own family. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Worsley and son, Jack, 310 N. 2nd street, plan to leave Friday for Flagstaff, Ariz., to make their future home. They returned Saturday from a trip there. The Misses Beth Rice and Ann Strickland arrived home Saturday from the Red Cross aquatic school at Camp Dodge, Grimes, and began work as instructors in the Red Cross water safety work on the lake front Monday, Mrs. Donald O. Thompson and son, Jimmy, and sister, Miss Betty Newell, left by train Monday for Cheyenne, Wyo., to spend the summer with their father, S. E. Newell. Mr. Thompson went, to Chanute, 111., last week and will be in the R. O. T. C. camp for several weeks. Mrs. G. L. Orth, 708 S. 3rd street, submitted to a major op-, eration at Mercy hospital, Mason City, Monday morning. Her condition is reported satisfactory. Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Roderick left, for their home in Jordon, Mo., Monday after spending a week with their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Herb Jensen. Poultry Improvement Association will hold a picnic at the William Anderson home southwest of Ventura Thursday noon. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Skadeland will be in charge of the program. Members are asked to bring their own picnic lunch. This will take the place of the regular meeting July 5. Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Bishop, Bur- "Saints, Junior Grade" Camp Iowa Episcopal Girls CampatB.M. Lodge Clear Lake—Mrs. Marion Templeman, Muscatine, is directress of the Girl's conference camp which opened at Bishop Morrison lodge Monday afternoon and continues till July 7. The theme of the camp is "Saints, Junior Grade." Enrolled are 81 girls from 15 years of age down of the Episcopal diocese of Iowa. This is the largest camp ever assembled at the lodge and, with the leaders and officers, includes 97 persons. The Hev. Robert Dickerson, St. John's, Clinton, is camp chaplain; Miss Janet Kedney, Mooar, is on the staff, Mrs. Edward S. Burns, Muscatine, is handicraft supervisor and Miss Anne Oka of Hawaii is a counselor. Morning hours are given over to studies, the afternoons to discussion groups, handicraft, boating and swimming and the evenings to campfire sessions. A "China" night will be one of the features at the campfire, other nights dramatic numbers and spe- 'cial programs will be given. "Sally Rand" Introduction by J.F. Brooks Clear Lake — John F. Brooks told of the Donkey baseball game to be played at Clear Lake Sunday in a radio . broadcast over KGLO Tuesday morning, announcing that Sally Rand is coming to town. Sally has been definitely booked for July 4 and will appear at Lions field at 3 o'clock where standing room promises to be at a premium, he said. Sally is expected to be one of the "stars" of the troupe. Burdette Amundson has chosen Sally as his partner and thinks he can double with her to the amusement of the crowd. Bir there is said to be strong competition for the favor of Sally anc Arnold Griffith may give Burdette a real run for his mone; for the honor. According to reports Sally is not discriminating as to whom she favors and is will ing to play aiong with anyon who treats her with proper re spect. And she can impose conse quences with 'deadly precision on hose who incur her displeasure. Sally is one of the donkey roupe which the Buttertop Bak- ;ry and the V. F. W. baseball earns will ride in the donkey baseball bout Sunday. Others in he troupe are J. Wellington Wimpy, Amos 'n Andy, Pop Eye, Napoleon, Winchell, Rubinoff, Deacon, Garbo, Mahatma Ghandi, Al Smith and Madam Queen. They will all be seen at the Lions field Sunday at 3 and Clear Lake men will try to ride them. Mrs. Earl Alexander to Address W.S.C.S. Clear Lake—Mrs. Earl Alexander, Point Hope, Alaska, wil tell her experiences for 3 years as a teacher above the Arctic Circle for the program of the Methodis W.S.G.S. in the church parlors July 7, it was announced Tuesday. Mrs. Alexander, daughter o Mrs. J. T. Galford, and Mr. Alexander, teach-in the U. S. govern ment school for Eskimos at Poin Hope. Their daughter, Marj Louise, works at the airpor weather station. Mrs. Alexander will displa many carved articles made by th Eskimos and will show fur gar ments worn within the Arctic Circle. W.S.C.S. members are asked to ring good, used garments and oys for children to the meeting s the W.S.C.S. wishes to pack a big box to send- to Eskimo citi- ens of the United States at Point Hope. Mrs. Chris Johnston is chairman of the program commit- ee. ee of $5. The violation was on Tune 6. Verl Holmes, lake patrolman, made the arrest. K. Dalluge Fined for Boat Law Violation Clear Lake—Kermit Dalluge Mason City, was fined $10 and costs in the court of Ira W. Jones justice of the peace, Monday for operating a row boat on the waters of Clear Lake without proper lights. The judge's fee was $3 and in addition there was a sheriff" Don't Neglect Slipping FALSE TEETK Do false teeth, drop, slip or wabbl when you talk, eat, laugh or sneeze Don't be annoyed ond embarrassed b such handicaps. FASTEETK, an alk« line (non-acid) powder to sprinkle o your plates, keeps false teeth mor lirmly set. Gives confident feeling of se curity and added comfort. No gummy gooey, pasty taste or feeling. Get FAS TEETH today at any drug store. Lake Young People Attend Bible Camp Clear I^ake—Franklin Enfield, Darwin Reiter, Bruce and Gene Evans, Robert Gerdes, Gwendolyn Johnson, Shirley Klang, Virginia Ashland, Marilyn Nelson, Yerna Jaspersen, Barbara Folkmann and June l», IMt M***B Clijr Gleke-GueM«, cttr.i Joyce Lien of the Sion. Lutheran church, are attending the St. Ansgar circuit Bible camp at Randall this week. Ted Gerdes, Chris Jaspersen, Russell Evans and Clyde Enfield .took them to Randall Sunday afternoon. The Rev. J. W. Ylvisaker, newly elected president of Luther college, Decorah, and the Rev. Arnold Nelson, Northfield, Minn., are guest teachers at the camp. For Long Life and Beauty Hov $ our RUGS CLEANED By Lyons scientific rug cleaning methods. Protects your rugs against moths and excessive wear due to grit and grime . . . keeps its new appearance and adds years of service. Last 4 Days, Shop Now For Extra Savings at SEARS Mrs. J.C. Davenport Entertains Triple S Clear Lake—Triple S Class met with Mrs. J. C. Davenport Monday. Mrs. Nash, Oskaloosa; Mrs. Krausharaar, Alden, Minn., and Mrs. Fred Buche wore guests. The class sang old fashioned hymns with Mrs. E. P. Carpenter at the piano. Mrs. Grace Fiske led devotions. Mrs. Ed Rushia read "Light in the Window" from the Readers Digest and Mrs. Carrie Watts led a discussion on camp meetings. Mrs. Eli Mack and Mrs. Eugene Grimm assisted Mrs. Davenport. The next meeting will be July 26. Clear Lake Calendar WEDNESDAY—W omen golfers, golf grounds. D. E. T. C. Bridge club, Mrs. Lawrence Brown. Lake Shore hotel. Do Your Bit club, Mrs, Mel G. Jacobson. Yacht club sailboat races. City dock, 3. Lions club, Wayside Inn, 5. Triple C club, Mrs. A. R. Elsbury, 104 S. Oak street. Wa-Tan-Ye club, Witko's Beach Lunch, 7 o'clock. Bible study, Christian church. 8. Neotera club, Mrs. Bruce Thompson, Forest Citv. NOTICE all our customers ! WE ARE CLOSE For Employees' Vacations Until Tues., July 6 WILL OPEN FOR EMERGENCY CALLS ONLY FOLSOM AUTO CO. 315 NORTH FEDERAL "Chrytler-Plyjnoufh *«rrfc« that matchmt Chry*l»T-Plymouth •nginming" I lingame, Cal.. left Sunday morning after visiting since Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Johnson, Oakwood Park, and other friends. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Gashel, 315 S. 4th street, attended a Gashel family reunion at Nora Springs Sunday. Miss Genevicve Estergard was dismissed from Mercy hospital, Mason City, Sunday and is convalescing at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chris Estergard. The 23rd Esslinger family reunion was held in Memorial hall, Sheffield, Sunday with about 70 present. Those attending from Clear Lake were Mr. and Mrs. Harry Mason, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mullan and Terry, Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Esslinger and Mrs. Clark Edgington and children. Dr. and Mrs. D. E. Uiidcrkofler, their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. William Schlegel, Bloomfield. spent Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. William Scherf and left Sunday morning on a fishing trip to northern Minnesota. They will return this weekend and stay over July 4. Henry DeWecdt, Garner, registered a 3} pound northern pike at the police station at 7 o'clock Monday evening. Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Robbing are on a vacation trip to various points in South Dakota and the Black Hills. They may possibly go as far as Yellowstone National park or Denver. They were accompanied by Mrs. Martha Hockaday, Mason City. Loyal Queens 4-H club met at the home of Joan Miles Monday evening and worked on the skirt for their parade float. Another meeting will be held at the home o£ June Ashland at 8 Thursday evening when it is hoped to get the float completed. Navy Mothers club held a work meeting at Legion hall Monday evening to prepare a float foi- the parade Monday morning. A picnic lunch was served. The next meeting is July 12. Mr. and Mrs. Ora J. Pierce and 3 children arrived Friday from Terre Haute, Ind., to visit their respective parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Pierce, 705 E. Main street, and Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Knudson, Bell street. Messrs, and Mmes. 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