The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on August 14, 1952 · Page 5
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August 14, 1952

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 5

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WHISTERS COMING CLEAR LAKE-Members of the Sumnjer Outing Whist Club will open the 33rd Annual tournament at the Lake Shore Hotel Monday morning Officers are Henry C Andeison, Sistei Bay,. W i s , club president; Mrs. C. F Moore, Sioux City, vice p^esident, and C. A. Hoyt, Sioux ,City, permanent secretary. Preliminary games will be played Saturday and Sunday, The tournament closes Aug. 23. The Frecnh Protestant Church, In Charleston, North Carolina, .is the only church in Amcrica-retain- ing the Huguenot form of worship. r*d. Tux STKIDON 18 jewels. Sweep .seconds. 'Stainless (steel case. Sealed against moisture and dirt. .; $62.50 C O N V E N I E N T TERMS WATCHES DIAMONDS 12 EAST STATE STREET . · · ' ' ' ' · · . · ' . · · ' . - · :'·'·'··'. · . : Globe-Gazette photo by Schmidt "SMASH" HIT--With Ted Devlin driving James Lewiston Barren, the British-born stuntman, acts as a human battering'ram'on the.ljood of the car which Devlin just drove 'through a wall of flames. The action took place- dimng.'thetwo-hour Aut Swenson·Thrillcade show at the North Iowa Fair Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Bublitz Rites Held at Graf ton Funeral services for Mrs. Em inn M. · Bublitz, 69, who died Monday, were held Wednesday afternoon at the linmanucl. Lutheran Church, Grafton, with the Rev. E. A. Biedermann, pastor oC St. James Lutheran Church, officiating. Mrs, John Kromer sang, nccom- panicd by Mrs. Arthur Soegers at the organ. Mrs. Clarence Krononiflii and Mrs. Clrius Clausen were in'charge of flowers. Pallbearers were Roland Eske, Arnold Wilde, Clarence Walk, Clarence Wilde, Edwin Steinberg and Clarence Diedrich. A prayer service was held at the Major Memorial Chapel preceding the services. Interment wns at the Hock Creek Cemetery east of Grafton. The Major Funeral Home wns in charge. CRABB JOINS POST CLEAR LAKE --Edwin Crabb was welcomed as a new member of Saratoga Post 4868, VFW, at a din- ETCHEN REMODELING NATURAL BIRCH or YOUNGSTOWN STEEL CABINETS and SINKS £«· Our Model Kitchen Fre* Estimates . . : , Term* MASON CITY APPLIANCE 211 So. Federal; Phone 1103 Larry Watson Reported Better Aut- CLEAR LAKE--Mrs. M. G. W»t- son, 102 Second Ave, N,, who is at the bedside of her son, Larry, 14, who is in the isolation ward at Raymond Blank Memorial Hospital DCS Molnes, wrote Tuesday that he Is improved but still critical. Larry entered the hospital Aug. 7 with bulbar polio. His father, called from Dayton, O., and mother are with him constantly. Mrs; Watson said, "Some cards came Monday and they seemed to help give him the will to try harder .' -' · , '/"/ ' V-fi ' to get betterp-sontetbinf be very'much at thls'time."^ -''·') . The' address' is 'Care' of Isolation Ward, Raymond: Blank Memorial Hospital, Des Moinesl cttj CM,,*. WESLEY -- Mrs. Ivan who has been 4-H leader of Wesley Wizards since their organiiatiOB, resigned recently to accept a teaching position in the Wesley school. Mrs. John Huff and Mrs. Howard Funnemark will be leaders of the 4-H group. v i i f , FOOD FOR THOlJGHT-LilUe t-y^jftSSSl MS? son, daughter of Mr.'and Mrs. Curtis Halverscm of Garner, apparently was jfettin'ff plenty of food for thought Wednesday when this picture was taken in one of the agricultural buildings a t ' t h e North Iowa Fair. PROFIT BY USING THE GLOBE GAZETTE WANT ADSI1 Get Tour Tickets For The North Iowa Fair AT THE FAIRGROUNDS OR Cerro Gordo Hotel 24-HOUR SERVICE AT HOTEL ner session at the All .Veterans Social Center. James Pureell reported on the national convention at Los Angeles, 'Calif. Capt. Sumner S. Hudson, Atlanta,' Ga., who is en- route to Korea, was a guest. The post arranged to order 3,000 Buddy Poppies for the Auxiliary to sell. The next meeting will be Sept. 0. WESLEY--Mr. and Mrs. Charles Price and four children visited Mrs. Price's parents, the Oscar Monsons, at Mason City., Mrs. Monson's mother, Mrs. 'Margaret Hunt, observed her 95th birthday that .day and relatives from E1- dora .'wore aiso present: Mrs.';'.Hunt has '06011 cared for since May in the Monson home at 514Ms S. Federal. . , . ' , . " · · Walk Hit To Walk*** s j · MOC TIE · Br. and Whit* · All Brown · Red SPEED LIMIT! as fast as their feet will go That's why they ne*d sturdy shoes with firm support and plenty of growing room/// WALKER'S hare a complete line of these fine shoes for back-to-school, -and nre fit them with utmost care. NEW 1 Sizes 2 2 5 8'/2 l2'/ 2 4 LO to to to *o to to WER PRICES 5 (Rrstie) ..4.25 6 . . . . . 4.95 8 12 3 . . . « . 9 5.95 6.50 7.50 8.50 Corrective Styles Slifhtly Hifher Our Fitting Supervisor on Hand at All Times to Double Check the Correctness of Your Child's Fit j f f f l IG X-Ray Fitting ALKER'S 105 NORTH FEDERAL We Welcome Good Charge Accounts ················································mm SHOP DAMON'S THIRD FLOOR CHILDREN'S WEAR FOR YOUR SCHOOL NEEDS 1 ... This is my 'Scotch HI Ho' dress for reason's you can guQssl I love It because it's two-piece and you can wear th« middy top and the pleated skirt with other trilngs. ' 3 to 6Yi 4.98 7 t o U 5.8S % ^' i i ! i 2'. . , I call this .dress 'Miss Sophisticate''becaus*'th» "Iac»: edged linen 'collar makes it feel like a career girl, · because the full circle skirt has such,a grown up swing'when I walk. 3 to 6 1 /* 4.98 7 to 12 S.9S 3 · . .i named (his 'Full'and Plenty' for-its'wonderful «vfu skirt and b'ecause it has plenty of style features. .The'piek- a-boo eyelet yoke and the scalloped capelet are/specially; nice. '-,' , 3to6'/z 4.98 7 to 14 5.9S 4 ... "Weskin." So named for, its two-collar weskit-effect... i Looks three-piece. Actually, it's a one-piece dress that's'part- plaid, part-plain, all picture pretty. All ready for your youngsters. : ' 5. This one is our "Teacher's Pet." Woven, checked cotton' with fresh touches of crisp white pique. The sleeves ar» puffed, the skirt adorably full . . . 3 t o 6 ' / i 3.98 7 to 14 4.98 The v/hole crowd's talking . . . about the fascinating new dresses with the Bonnie Blair label! They're fresh as paint, smart as Paris - . . and no wonder .'. . that's where lois of their style features came from! The sparkling plaids in Dan River Wrinkl-Shed* cotton. Sizes 8 to 14. LEFT . . . "Debbie." Fashion highlights: A double tab collar and dolman sleeves ,a wido waist-cincher and whirling full-circle skirt- RIGHT . . . "Spsie" Fashion highlights: A high neck and whife pique ascot, Gibson Girl sleeves crnd gathered skirt. 7.95 EACH HECHTEKEP FOR CHILDREN'S BACK TO SCHOOL NEEDS SHOP DAMON'S THIRD FLOOR TODAY!

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