Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on June 29, 1948 · Page 20
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Lists Pairings in Tournament Jones Announces Men Matched in 5 Flights Clear Lake—The men's annual golf club championship tournament opened at the .Clear Lake golf course Sunday following a week of qualifying rounds, Allen Jones, pro at the caddy house announces. Five rounds are to be played and each round lasts a week. Prizes will be awarded the medalist, winner and runnerup of each flight and also the winner and runnerup of the consolation flight. Arleigh Eddy is the defending champion and Dick Garth, medal- ist. In the championship flight the pairings are: Arleigh Eddy, 78, vs. Ed R. Boyle, 81; Dr. R. W. Peterson, 78, vs. G. W. Atkins, 84; Bob Ludwig, 77, vs. Carl Schneider, 82; Fred Palmeter, 80, vs. Dean Gilles, 84; Dick Garth, 76, vs. "Chuck" Schneider, 82, Roy Martin, 80, vs. E. M. Duesenberg, 84; Eugene Ludwig, 78, vs. A. J. Bower, 82, and Bob Heston, 81, vs. "Pinky" Ostrander, 84. First flight pairings are: Duanc Eckert, 86, vs. J. W. Anderson, Jr., 87; Don Newman, 86, vs. R. J. Aurdal, 90, Franklin Goodell, 86, vs. Art Ross, 89, and Dr. K. R. Rogers, 86, vs. Fred Miller, 90. In the 2nd flight the pairings are C. A. Pease, Jr., 91, vs. Don Jacobson, 92; Harold Garth, 91, vs. John Nichols, Jr., 93; C. A. Pease, Sr., 92, vs. Bob Halford, 93, and Dick Bastian, 92, vs. Leo Esbeck, 93. Third flight pairings include Larry Bless, 93, vs. Don Clark, 96; L. Van Voorhis, 95, vs. L. E. Ashland, 98; C. C. Dav.-son, 95, vs. G. H. Randleman, 96, and C. E. Barnes, 96, vs. Harold'Thompson, 100. For the 4th and final flight the pairings are: Bill Bickford, 100, vs. Dick Dahleen, 108; Arnold Moeller, 102, vs. bye; Don Nelson, 100, vs. Dick Halford, 108; and T. J. Farnan, 104, vs. Don Lane, 109. The first round must be completed before July 5. Clear Lake Calendar TUESDAY—Hed Cross home service worker. City hall, 1 to 5. Friendly Garden club, Mrs. L. Christiansen, 1018 N. Harrison avenue, Mason City, 1. Bol Scout troop 17, junior high school, 7:30 o'clock. Schedule for Water Safety Work Listed Clear Lake—Red Cross swimming classes ended the first week with 310 enrolled in 10 classes of instruction: Beginners, advanced beginners, intermediates, swimmers, advanced swimmers, adults, junior life saving, senior life saving, splashers, and recreational. To permit personal instruction, the 120 beginners have been divided into 6 classes, and the 3 instructors, the Misses Betty Burns, Beth Rice, and Ann Strickland, are in charge of 3 classes for 2 periods-each. The intermediates have been divided into 4 classes. The splashers, intermediates, beginners, and swimmers meet daily. Garner has enrolled 91 and will have classes at the beach from 2:30 until 4 beginning Friday. The large enrollment has made necessary a change in schedule. The instructors call attention to the following permanent program and hope -that parents will take notice of the changes. Monday, Wednesday and Friday: 10-11 — Intermediates, swimmers, junior life savers. 11-12 — Intermediates, junior life savers and senior life savers. 1-2—Beginners (6 classes). 2-2:30—Spashers and mothers (2 classes); adults. 2;30-4—Garner classes. Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday morning: 10-11 — Intermediates, swimmers, advanced swimmers. H_12 Intermediates, advanced beginners, problem and individual work. 1-2—Beginners (6 classes). 2-2:30—Splashers and mothers (2 classes); adults. 2:30-4—Garner. One of the instructors will be at the beach during the noon hour. No classes will be held on Saturday afternoons. Cl©3f L 3 k G Dangers Of Chronic Ailments FREE BOOK — On Piles And Colon Troubles Learn interesting facts about Piles, Fistula and other rectal and colon disorders; also siu-h commonly associated ailments as headaches, nervousness, constipation or stomach, liver and bladder conditions. Charles Rosenau,76, Funeral at Ventura Clear Lake — Funeral services for Charles Rosenau, 76, of Klemme formerly of the Ventura community, who died Wednesday evening at a Mason City hospital, were held at the Evangelical Uni- ter Brethren church in Ventura Saturday afternoon. Burial was in Clear Lake cemetery. The Wilcox funeral chapel was in charge. The Rev. E. M. Miller, pastor, was assisted by the Rev. Calvin Grosshuesch, pastor of the Reformed church at Klemme. Pallbearers were J. G. Baker, Josten Ewald, Paul Goll, John Parks, Mike Kinsella and Roy Butler. Mrs. Parks and Mrs. Orel Hoel arranged the flowers. Leland D. Miller, accompanied at the piano by Mrs. Iva Kutzner, sang "Ivory Palaces" and another hymn. . A number of relatives ana friends were present from out of town. FISHING GOOD AT LAKE—Burdette Amundson, 315 Clark street, Clear Lake, says fishing is good at Clear Lake and proved it Monday by bringing a northern weighing 10 pounds, 3 ounces, which he registered at Petersen's hardware and sports store. Sunday, Ray E. VerHelst, Nora Springs, registered a north-"" weighing 9 pounds, Clear Lake Briefs Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Jensen, Benson, Minn., arrived Wednesday for a visit with Mr. Jensen's sister, Mrs. Carrie Stevens, 205 N 5th street. Mr. Jensen was born and reared in Clear Lake and this is his first visit here in 41 years. The Jensens were accompanied by Mr aftd Mrs. Anton Nelson, Hancock, Minn., who drove to Story City to visit relatives. For Sale: Elec. mixer. Ph. 280W. Mr. and Mrs. Karl F. Hass drove to Des Moines Sunday and will spend a few days there on business. Wanted: "tfoungr lady receptionist. Lloyd's Studio. Ph. 572. Miss Florence Stevens has been vacationing with her mother, Mrs. Carrie Stevens. A friend of Miss Stevens, Miss Violet Abrahamson, arrived Thursday for a short visit. The 2 girls left Friday evening for New York City where both are employed. For Sale: Dining rm. suite. Ph. 254. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Anderson returned Friday from Oakland, Cal., where they visited the former's brother, Connie Anderson, 2 weeks. New shipment Vogue dolls just arrived. Ange & Woody's Shop. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Cone and Rosalie and Kathryn, Lead, S. Dak., left Monday after spending ;he weekend at the Chris Johnston nome. Mr. Cone is a former science ;eacher in the Clear Lake high school. For Rent 1 rm. apt. 315 S. 3rd St. Ph. 509J. Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Chizek and Nancy and David returned to then- home at South Bend, Ind., Sunday after spending 10 days with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Dick Peters and Patsy and Sue, DuQuoin, 111., also returned home Saturday after 10 days at the Chizek home. Mrs. Peters will be remembered as Anita Chizek. Mr. and Mrs. Chris Ashland spent Sunday visiting Mr. and Mrs. Oluf Elefsrud at Fredericksburg. For Sale: Porcelain ice refrigerator, exc. cond. Holds 100 Ibs. Ph. 438J. Mrs. Ida Hendricks, 317 S. 2nd street, is spending a week with friends at Britt. Nelda & Jacks, Ph. 490, Beauty Shop will be open Wed. nights 'till 8 for your convenience. Ph. 490. Operators, Glenny and Pearl. Joe Turner, former middleweight champion wrestler of the world, visited at the Frank Vernon home Friday. Mr. Turner was with the Sunset Amusement company which was showing in Mason City last week. Mr. and Mrs. Don Ouverson moved Saturday from 213 Orchard avenue to an apartment at 400 E. Main street. Members of the Youth Fellowship groups of the Methodist church are giving an ice cream social on the lawn of the Methodist church Tuesday evening to earn money for camp expenses. The Misses Helen Edwards, Mary Lou Hammond and Claribel Mickalek are the committee in charge. In case of rain the social will be held in the church basement. The Founders Day celebration of Chapter AQ, Iowa TTT society, will be held at the home of Mrs. G. W. Atkins July 7 instead of June 30 as first planned. W. W. Fox and grandson, Darrell Fox, were Sunday guests a< the Ted Evans home south of Dows. Darrell's mother, Mrs Carol Hammond, was there from California. Mrs. Ellen Hogh and daughter Tove, Copenhagen, Denmark, have arrived to visit the former's sis ter, Mrs. John Christensen, and family, 406 N. 4th street, for sev eral weeks. Robert Ingersol!, assistant scout master, announces that Boy Scou troop 17 will hold a special meet ing at junior high school Tuesda evening at 7:30. Boys who expec to attend the Boy Scout camp are especially asked to be present. S. P. Hansen, Gordon Bruchner, Bill Bouline, Don Mullan and Jerry Amundson returned Saturday evening from a week's vacation trip to the Black Hills. Eight families of the Colonial club picnicked at Lincoln No. 3 schoolhouse Sunday instead of oing to East park, Mason City, as ilanned. Know Your Neighbor lub members and families met at jincoln No. 5 schoolhouse instead f going to Fertile park as planned. Brotherhood Names Rasmussen Delegate Clear Lake—Arnold Hasmussen. was chosen delegates and Jorgen Thomsen alternate for the state convention at Clinton Sept. 5 and 6 by Danish Brotherhood lodge No. 219 at I. O. O. F. hall Saturday evening. The next meeting is July 10. Danish club met simultaneously with Mmes. Walter Sorensen, Keith Holt, Axel Thomsen and Arnold Rasmussen serving. Guests were Mrs. Ellem Hogh and daughter, Tove, Copenhagen, Denmark, and Mrs. Bertha Olsen, Forest City. The next meeting is July 24. Two-Party Girl Nebraska City, Nebr., ttl.R)—Mrs. Walter Armstrong is a popular citizen. At the county convention she was elected committee-woman for both the democratic and republican parties from the 4th ward. Mrs. Armstrong is a registered democrat. ern weighing 9 , ounces, and Adolph Matthies, Sirrine street, a 63 pound northern at the police station. Charles Barker, Clear Lake, registered a 4 pound, one ounce northern, and T. J. Irish, 1141 W. 2nd street, Clear Lake, a small mouthed bass weighing 2 pounds at the station Friday. Saturday, Paul Mitskoff, 1306 Ure street, Des Moines, registered a fish weighing 5 pounds, | ounce at Clark's. Hank Johnson, Bel- moncl, registered the largest fish between June 20 and midnight, June 27, for the $5 in trade prize offered by Finer's. For the week June 27 to midnight July 3 Satter's Sporting Goods store is giving one of the new "Stubcasters." John Chizek, and family. Mr. and Dieted for 30 Years Because of Stomach; iNow Eats Anything. Write today—for a frank and informative 40-page FREE BOOK. Explains mild institutional treatment. Thornton & Minor Clinic, Suite 1875, 92G McGee St., Kansas City, Mo. LEADS LESSON FOR CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR Clear Lake—Paul Enabnit led the lesson on Acts 1 for the Christian Endeavor society at the Christian church Sunday evening. Miss Veronica Latham led singing. Next Sunday evening the young people review the first chapter and begin the 2nd chapter of Acts. AT BARON'S 415 PAIRS IN A TIMELY higher priced ALL LEATHER WHITE CASUALS SAVE on those cool, comfy, smartly styled casuals yon wantl Platforms leather-covered for longer wear I ALL SIZES. Open a Charge Account BARON'S Shoe Dept. Main Floor Area Family Camp Opens Faculty, Sponsors of Movement Named Clear Lake — The Area Family camp, sponsored by the Mission on Christian Education for Iowa, Des Moines, opened at Methodist camp Sunday afternoon with 104 persons enrolled and will continue until Saturday afternoon. Parents with children from 3 to 12 years of age are attending. Families are present from Burlington, Fort Madison, Iowa Falls, Davenport, Des Moines, Corning, Dayton, Fontanelle, Knoxville and West Des Moines. Robert Hamill, Burlington, is camp director, Joseph Castle, Milford, is business manager and Leonard C. Murray, Ph. D., is present from the state health department. Mrs. Warner M. Hubbard, Clear Lake, is also among the leaders as is C. O. Stroyl, Des Moines, executive secretary of the sponsoring mission. Working with the children is Miss Maye Boorman, Des Moines. Others are Mrs. Harry McLean, Corning; Mrs. W. D. Thomas, Sioux City; Mrs. Lawrence Carlton, Des Moines, and Mrs. Harley Walker, Thornton. The daily program includes breakfast at 7:30 after which the families arrange themselves in small groups for devotional services such as would be used to establish religious practices in the home. At 9 the children are given 2i hours of experience in Christian living while their parents attend seminars directed by Mrs. Hubbard and Doctor McMurray. They take up the study of the American family, how to enrich family life and training in the psychology of religious and emotional growth in children. Following the noon luncheon there is a family recreation period under the leadership of A. D. Stcf- fenson and Mrs. Zen Lindell, Des Moines. From 4 to 5 o'clock is the swimming period and dinner is at 5:30. Evening programs include vespers, religious films and informal gatherings in family groups. Savages Fined for Fish Law Violation Clear Lake—R. E. Savage, 54, Webster City, and Dean Savage, 23, Iowa City, were arrested Saturday by Lake Patrolman Verl Holmes, and Game Warden Jack Stevens. Both men pleaded guilty to trolling in the waters of Clear Lake from a motor boat in the court of H. H. Crane, justice of the peace, and each was assessed a fine of $25 and costs. The Iowa law provides a maximum penalty of $100 or 30 days in the county jail for any fish and game violation and ead*, count filed shall be ENTERTAINS AID IN CHURCH PARLORS Clear Lake—Mrs. E. H. Erickson entertained Bethlehem Lutheran Ladies aid Saturday afternoon with Miss Serena Kleve, Minneapolis; Mrs. Ramcy and son, Atwater, Minn., Mrs. John Frey and Miss Carolyn Larson as guests. Mrs. Erickson, president, was in charge. John Knutson led devotions and the Rev. J. O. Bluness gave the Bible lesson. The meeting closed with a prayer session. The next meeting will be July 31. Here's Good Pitching Memphis, Tenn., (U.R)—A total of 47 strikeouts was recorded in a sottball game among grownups. Pitcher Buck Miller, who won the game 1 to 0, struck out 26 batsmen. Binx Terry, the loser fanned 21. Really Serious About fljT THE PES Y-..tDVJIG'-JUIITl An Iowa blacksmith and welder, •writes that for 30 years he was on a diet. 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