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February 19, 1954

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 7

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Clear Lake Globe-Gazette Mrs. Wilder Dies Suddenly Arrangements for Rites Incomplete CLEAR LAKE -- Mrs. K r a n k Wilder, 01, died of a heart attack early Friday at her home, 704 S. 9th St. She- had been in failing health for .some time. Mrs. Wilder was born Lillian May Wilcox, dnughter of Louis and Jcannetlc Bailey Wilcox, at Hebron, Wis., June 5, 1889. She was married to Mr. Wilder at Ilanford Jan. 20, 1915. They iiad lived on a ifumbur of f a r m s before moving to Clear Lake in 1917. Besides her husband, Mrs. Wilder i.s survived by five children, Daniel Wilder, Miles City, Mont.; Jillian Wilder, at home; Mrs. Don ( M a r l y s ) Rosberg, 901 1st Ave. N * Dale, at home, and Cpl. Stewart Wilder, in Korea, and four grandchildren. Slip is also survived by a brother, Ccorgo Wilcox, Salida, Colo., and a sister, Mrs, Walter Taylor, Milwaukee, Funeral arrangements are incomplete. The body is at the Wilcox Funeral Home. News of Your CLEAR LAKE NEIGHBORS 1 lot of children's dresses, Vi price, at Hanson's. Home-Made Cookies, j u s t slice and bake. For sale at Foodland, Jimmic's, Lindstrom's, Sno-Wliilc and Ted's Super. Rulh Miller Smitl). Mrs. Robert W, Wiley and nine pound son, Charles Walter, born Feb. ,12 at Mercy Hospital, Mason City, returned home Wednesday. Charles has a brother, Robert Jr., 10, and a sislcr, M a r y Frances, 7. Sleeveless Ship 'N Shore Blouses are here. Oluf T. Hansen Co. Lois P u g h was nominated for treasurer of the county organization at a meeting of the local Future Teachers Club held Thursday . i n ' M i s s Catharync Chamber's room. Election will be March 11. For Rent: 3 large rms., pri. bath and cntr. 500 S. 8th. Ph. 284W. - Mrs. Oscar Spencer, president, lias asked members to bring sales table articles to the hall by noon Saturday. The bean supper, sponsored by Woman's,,.Relief Corps, will be lield.that evening., v- Hansen's h^veTan unusually fine selection .ordresses in all sizes this spring: 1 '"';."""-'Royal Neighbor-Club met at the .home of Mrs. B. C: M y h r ' f o r a social afternoon;,. Mrs. F, B'. Hart is hostess March.4. Why pay" more? Trading stamps at all D. U. D.,Bulk Oil slations. , The High School L i b r a r y Club worked on magazines at its February meeting, Miss Ruth Sponheim, sponsor, reported. Jaycee Bake Sale, Sat., 9:30. Jen- pen's Food Markcl, also knife sharpening service. Mrs. James Hansen, Country Club Heights, entered Mercy Hospital, Mason-City; Friday morning for care and treatment. ! We give S H Green Stamps. Owen Jewelry. Mr. and Mrs. Don Carr are spending a. couple of weeks-with the former's parents, Mr^;.'and Mrs. Roscoe Carr, Tucson,'Ariz. , ' · ' ; Dresses and a few suits on sale $8.98 at Hansen's. Henry Thomas and Howard Lang Save their life histories for the "Rotary.' Club program at the All Veterans Social Ccnlcr Thursday noon. Next week the club members will entertain f a r m e r friends al an evening session. ' Almond Hersheys, 6 for 2Sc, box 88c. Groceries, meats. Open Sun. Hahn's Service. : M a r t h a Circle of the Zion Lutheran Aid will serve refreshments at Ihe golden wedding celebration of Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Benson, Vcn- .tura, to 1 be held Sunday afternoon : from 2 io 5 in the" Parish Hall of ;the Zion Lutheran Church. Lady Chesterfield Dusters in new slyles at Hansen's. : ' PLANS RECITAL CLEAR LAKE--A piano recital will be given by teen-age students of Mrs. B. B. Bnilcy Sunday afternoon at 3 in the Lincoln School Auditorium. Mrs. Bailey has invited parents and friends lo allcnd. The teen-agers include Diane Ducscn- berg, Judy Gilquisl, Janet Eamcs, Dyana Day, Milzi Winkler, Jan- clle Wilcox, Judy Lcrdal,:Sharon Harlin, Miriam Strum, Bcja Ann Noland, Connie Hanna, Paul Ouverson, Jim Moore, Richard Smith', Janice Leach, Susan Knulson, ·Alice Ashland and Beverly Gaylord. TO COMPLETE TRAINING -- Pvt. Ray V. Hewitt, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Hewitt, 1401. Main Ave., Clear Lake, is nearing completion of a 16-week training cycle at Fort Leonard Wood, Mo., with a unit of «he 6th Armored Division. He received eight v/eeks basic training and is now completing an additional eight 'weeks engineer training. Mothers Study Club Members Hear Reviews CLEAR LAKE -- Mmes. Paul Castle and R. H. Dillavou were guests of Mother's Study Club at the home of Mrs. Claude Jacobson. Mrs. Paul Sailer reviewed "The Struggle for Our Children's Minds" by Harold Whitman, and gave an article on "How to Help Your Child in School." Mrs, Don Garlock is hostess March 17. Twentieth Century Club held a politick luncheon furnished by one- half of the membership at the Library clubroom. A donation was voted to the Red Cross. Mrs. T. R. Sammis spoke on "The Great Pyramid of Gizeh." Mrs. R. W. Peterson entertains March 4. Mmes. Clair Davis, William Madsen, H a r l n n Toppin, E. B. Stilman, Sever Nelson and Carrie Walts were in charge of a luncheon at Hewitt's for Sorosis Club. A patriotic motif was used in table decorations. Mrs. William Burk- hardl, a guest, translated and read 13 t h a n k you notes from Germany for a CARE package sent at Christmas. Linda Melcher gave a dramatic reading and Linda Kotz, two poems. Mrs. L. E. Jacobson is hostess March 4. Clear Lake Churches L U T H E R A N Sunday .irhool, »:1.V k'hurch services. 8:13 and 11. l.uther lvalue. 6::iO. J u n - ior Lalhcr League, 7. G-eor»-e Strum, pastor. METHODIST Sunday school, JIM;. Church services, II. Junior a n d Senior Voulh Fellowships, fl:30. W. H. Poland, pastor. C O N G R E G A T I O N A L Church school, UM5. Men's Bible claji, I»:-I3., Moi-ninjr wornhlp. I I . M. W. Ilufhei, speaker. Scroobj- Club, 5. Co mo Club, 6:30. E. W. Day. pallor. ST. I'ATKICK'S CATI1OUO SuniUy muses, H:::n niiil 10:.'(0. ^Veekday masses, B. Conteistnns Saturday, 4 to 5 anil 7::iO lo I) p.m. J. J. Huzjnjkl, putar. CHRISTIAN Sunday ichool, i):(.l. Morning worship, 10:50. J u n i o r and Senior Youth Fellowship], C i ! i O ' ' ) l . \V. Trimble, paitnr. CHURCH OF THE O T K N IU11I.1: Sunilay schoul, 1IJ. Mrs. .limes A. An- lirr.ion, suier)ntrndent. Morning worship. M . . T . n. llusscll. p;islor. C1IUUCH, Or CHRIST SCIBNT1ST Sunday school, 11:1.',. Mnrnlnr worship, I I . Wednesday- cycnlnic service, ». A rend- hit room is malntalneil In Ihe church open Wednesday and SMurdnj-, i:30 to 5 p.m. BETHKI, CHAI'Kt, SuniUy jclioot. JO. Mornlnir worship, 11. Evtnlni service, 7:15. Roy Kosler, pastor. GRANT CENTER Sunday school, 10 a.m. Mrs. Spence Abrams, superintendent. :. E V A N G E L I C A L KIIEK CHURCH Sunday/school, 10. Mornlni; worship. It. Vouth Fellowship, 7. K v e n h i R Kervlcc, ». Thursday erenlng* aerrlce, 8. A. D. Kurlz, paslor. · REDEEMER LUTHERAN (Ventura) Sunday school, 1(1. Wonhlp, 10:30. Younf people's lea«rur first Tuesday. Sunday school teachers meet second Friday. Choir rehearsal. Thursday evening. W. T. Wolfram, pastor. ' E V A N G E L I C A L U.B. ( V e n t o r a l Church school, !)::10. -Morning worship. 10:30. Youlh f e l l o w s h i p , fi:M. Evening lery Ice, 7::iO. Alfrrcl R a n . paslor. Three Given it . . . . . . . . Webelo Badge Cub Scout Pack 103 Celebrates CLEAR LAKE--Fritz Opel, Eric Knutson and Jack Kilborn received Webelo Badges, signifying their completion o[ Cub Scout requirements and advancement into Hoy Scout activities at the Blue md Gold Cub Scout banquet of Pack 103 Thursday evening at the All Veterans Social Center. Each received a certificate and Handbook for Boys. James Lane welcomed the first and second to troop 30 and Syd Thompson the third to Troop 17. Dr. M. L. Knutson, neighborhood commissioner, conducted the ceremony. Harold Mecsler, assistant Cubmasler, participated in the events. Den Chiefs Ed Cudgel, Rob Riseling and David White received awards and certificates. A d v a n c e m e n t awards were presented to Jim Shoop, Merle Hagberg, Richard Prilipp, Dennis Burris, Earl Hefty, Larry Green, Tom Engebretson, Billy Lysne, Douglas Thompson, Bruce Turnbull, Billy Thompson, Tom Bcnda, Craig Jensen, Dennis Browcr, Lindon Crist, Charles Nichols, L l o y d Lansrude, Dan Sherwin, Larry Kowson, Jonathan Browning, Gordon Stokes, Tom Engebretson, J i m m y Wolf, Billy Price, Bob Speaker, Lloyd Lansrude, Stanley McGowan, Fritz Opel, Dennis Lowman and Keith Lawyer. Burris and Riseling presented the colors; Cubmasler Joe Jensen led the pledge of allegiance and Dr. Knutson, the invocation. Cubmaster Jensen welcomed the parents and friends; the pack committee, Harold Thompson, M. Lansrude, D. R. Browning, D. L. Rowsop and Ray Hansen, and Miss Lucia E. O'Neil, "Miss Cub Scout." It was reported that Pack 103 is the first in the Winnebago Council to have completely trained leadership. The leaders arc Mmes. H. Engebretson, James Price, Syd Thompson, Chan Lysne, Ray Hansen, D. L. Rowson, Meester, Browning, Lansrud and Ernest Nelson. A magician, Lyle Tanner, Mason City, gave a demonstration of sleight-of-hand. The evening started with a potluck dinner. The next meeting is at the Lincoln School March 18. "Wizard of Oz" is the March theme. Zion Lutheran Women Meet in Study Sessions CLEAR LAKE -- The Rev. and Mrs. George Strum and M r s . Frank Hunlington were guests of .Sarah Circle of 2ion Lutheran Aid Thursday at the home of Mrs. Ted Gerdcs. Mrs. Henry Schloc- tncr led devotions and Mrs. Peter Miller gave the lesson. Mrs. Tom Hanna is hostess March 18. Mrs. Frank Baker gave the lesson for Ruth Circle at the home of Mrs. Walter Dorseth. Mrs. Kichard Grifhorst led devotions. Mrs. Jens Wind became a member. Guests were Mr. Strum and Mmes. Alvin Risvold, Wayne Taylor, Elwood Oeltzenbiun and Alfred Smith. Mrs. Baker is the March 18 hostess. Mrs. Keith Holt led devotions for Naomi Circle at the home of Mrs Ed Long. Mrs. Edwin Estergarc gave the lesspn. Mr. Strum, am Mmes. Cora Starnes, N. L. Larson George Baugous and Paul Loth and the Misses Alma Hacmac anc Anzetla Long were guests. Mrs Lesson on ' Mt. Vernon Presented CLEAR LAKE--Mrs. I). J. Wood- worlh presented a lesson on "Mount Vernon" for Daughters of the American Revolution who met at the home of Mrs. Roscoe Miller Thursday evening with Mrs. Willis Miller hostess. Mines. Adam Yuri- gan and A r t h u r Ross, Garner, were elected pages to attend a meeting of the Iowa Society of DAR at DCS Moines March 18-20. Mrs. Argel Henningsen will entertain March 11. Girl Scouts of Troop fi, directed by Mmes.'Harold Thompson and George Gaylord, leaders, presented a Girl Scout style show showing changes in Girl Scout uniforms from 1914 to the present for the program of Crescent Club at the home of Mrs, W. J. McGowan. Girls participating were S a l l y Thompson, Judy Boyle, Karen Jackson, Candace Kabrick, Sharon Hartin, Marvina I'rilipp, Kathryn Hinsch, Kaye Posson, Beverly Gay- Leo Jasperson became a member lord -and Miriam Strum. Mrs. Ed Mrs. Estergard entertains Marchi N c ' s o n assisted Mrs. Mahone, Mrs jWilliam II. Hathorn, Mason City '.I n (I \l lTMt.' VI n I I E) r*f\r\i * » t n * - n rt, . r* ,. I ,,, 18 Asks Materials for Display at Sports Show CLEAR LAKE--Stuffed fish, unusual pictures or other souvenirs )£ Clear Lake that would be appropriate to display in the Clear Lake exhibit at the DCS Moines Sports Show April 3-11 are needed, it was announced Friday by the Chamber of Commerce summer activities committee, which met Thursday evening. Local residents who have such objects and are willing to loan them were asked to contact the Chamber's office. Other activities of the meeting included investigation of combining various pieces of advertising literature into one leaflet, a cam paign to interest additional Sep tember visitors by means of re duced rates, working with the sewer line contractors to avoic closed roads during July and August and the possible publication of a directory of cottage owners with names and locations. The committee will meet again next Thursday evening when the costs of these proposals will be presented and final decisions! reached. Mmes. Slrum and James Pols- dote r were guesls of Mary Circle al Ihe Milton Toinby home. Mrs. Henry Schoneman led devotions and Mrs. Herman Holland gave Ihe esson. Plans were made for the 'alher-Son banquet. The M a r c h 18 i. « u i n w i -.jviji u a i u j u c i . j lit; i v i t i i L i i 10 · · --~ meeting is at the home of Mrs.l w c r c * U(?sls - The afternoon was Lawrence Brown. spent informally. Mrs. Raymond Sen. William P. Frye of Maine served longer as president pro- tcmpore of the U. S. Senate than any other man. He served from Clear Lake Calendar S A T U R D A Y -- D r i v e r * License Ex»mlnej-j, Cllr H i l l . X a . m . to 4 p.m. Union Dozen Club; Mrs. Clarence TJejl, 1:SO. HooVmobile dales: Howard Oehlert home, l:l! to 2:J5i Venlura schoolhoujt, S:S(l to 3:1',. III-Tri danclnc parlj-. Hlch School, 8. EVERY-ROAD LEADS TO INSURANCE FROM GREGERSON 203 So. F e d e r a l WE NOW GIVE'S, H GREEN STAMPS On All Merchandise And Repcurs J. H. Marston Bendix ond Whirlpool Sales arid Service PHONE 988 OR 920 OWEN W.tch.i Gifts Diamond* Jewelry I R«p«ir NEXT TO CORNER DRUG CLEAR LAKE . . 'arm near Garner soon, were honored by members of Ihe Double C Class of Ihe Methodist Church at .he church Thursday evening. E. J. Uncicum, wilh Miss Ethel Carpenter accompanying, led community inging; Ihe Rev. W. 11. Noland, aslor, gave Ihe invocation; Mrs. Lincicum read a poem and Mrs. J. J. Henderson arranged a program of contests and games. Lunch was served. The honorecs were presented a purse of money as a farewell gift. Feb. 19, Mason City G l o b e - G a i t t l o , M»on City, U. A nut pick i.s a handy addition to (he sewing basket. The biunt end is ideal for turning belts, while the sharp end can be used to pull oul corners after the belt is turned The pick also is handy for rcmov ing basting stitches. 1954 Lakeside Ladies Aid Plans Sale CLEAR LAKE--Lakeside Ladies Aid members are lo sell 48 bolllcs of vanilla lo obtain a coffee maker for the church, 5t was decided at the February session' held at the Howard Oehlert home Thursday. Mrs. Loyd Spilman was welcomed as a new member, Mmes. A l v i n ami Claude Miller assisted the hostess and Mrs. Marion Coy Jr, was a guest. New officers look over. A guest day and auction sale will be held at the church March 18. and Mrs. May Bro'dl were guests Mrs. L. M. Bawden enlerlaini March 4. Do Your Bit Club held an al day meeting at the home of Mrs Robert Glanville who was assisted CLEAR LAKE -- Mr. and Mrs.| by Zvlrs. Kenneth Deyo. Husbandsi Gei ? lcl Trcu and son, Rollin, 1105 'Main Ave., who are moving to a Gerald Treus Given Farewell . . Zirbel is hostess at another all day session March 10. Dec. 2, 1805, to April 27, 1311. jteroids, in 1891. 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