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August 14, 1952

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 8

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Alia. M»«o« Cllf Olobe-O»«IU. CHf, I*. Clear Lake Globe-Gazette Supt. T. G. Burns Reports Lake Faculty Completed DR. E. W. DAY To Introduce New Revised Bible Version CLEAR LAKE--Miss Ann Cox, Fort Dodge, has been chosen to fill the newly created kindergarten position in Clear Lake schools, making the faculty complete, Supt,-T. G, Hums annonuncetl Thursday. Miss Cox, a graduate of the two- year course at Iowa Slate Teachers College, Cedar Falls, taught the last two years at Mcnlo. Workmen are converting a basement room In the Junior High building into, a kindergarten room. Other repairs are being made, Supt, Burns reported, Names Faculty Names of faculty members, with (he position of each, follow: A. B. Engen, vocal music; Ludvig Wangberg, instrumental music; Winston K. Weaver, High School principal; - J . K. .Banning, social science, boys' counsellor; Cathan ync Chambers, literature, girls' counsellor; Jacqueline Chrlslcnson, ls' physical education; Charles W. Edwards, science, assislnnt coach; Jon K. Edwards, speech, CLEAR LAKE--A taut event has been most impor- schedulcd at the High School auditorium Sept. 30 by the Clear Lake Ministerial Association, Dr. E, W, Day, president, announced Wednesday. Five participating churches, the Elon Lutheran, Methodist, Evangelical Free, Congregational and Christian, will Introduce the new Revised Standard Version of the Bible. The program will Include an address by a prominent outside speaker, music and community h y m n singing. A free copy of the new text will bo presented the Church School superintendent of each participating church. New Translation, Dr. Day said the celebration of the introduction to the Clear Lake community of the newxtranslation should attract churches. Each persons of all church has been English; cial, Irma Golberg, comrner- Clear Lake Council Acts on '53 Budget C L E A R L A K E -- T h e estimated 1053 budget of $327,500 for the city (of Clear Lake was passed by the City Council in a special session ami K. C, Jngcrsoll. city clerk, vva.s authori/ed to certify the same to the county auditor. The council issued an excavator's license to Glenn Scverson, a plumber's license to 11. V. Huntlcy and a class B beer permit to John Shaffer, Town P u m p manager. Building repair permits were granted F. tt. BarJow, Clarence Prcacotl, L. B. Rogers, William Leonard, Mrs. George N e w m a n , William McKibhen, Paul Lorcnz, John Proctor, Viyao Jacobscn, W. S. Winders, Mrs. Oscar Frcdrickson and Mrs. George Knutson. oard meeting at Ottumwa Satur- Jay and Sunday. Ronald Fajfro, Kslhcrvllle, state vice president, will be invited to attend the next meeting when new officers are to be installed. Dr. Paul K. Gorham, veterinarian, and Glenn Kellogg were guests. Plans for a breakfast at Hie Ma son City Municipal Airport the morning of Aug. 31. when Miss Caroline Hill, Miss towa of 1052, SUPT T. G. BURNS invited lo ciodorritc a' window in the business section of the city for Religious Education Week, Sept. 28- Oct. 5, emphasizing the groat mass meeting lo be held at the schoolhouse, "The chief purpose of the new edition is lo encourage the use of ( ,onr Bible in the home and among lay persons," Dr. Day said, "it has been called 'The'Word of Life in Living Language' and is framed in language understandable to the busy people of our times and is within reach of young persons and children ns well." Prepare Bible ., '"In'.1930 the Intcrnatipnal.Coimcil of Religions Education ^appointed a committee of 21 Bible ^scholars to prepare the new Bible" for; use In public and private'worship," Dr. Day said. "The New Testament ;\vas introduced Mn 1948 and this year the work has been completed, an authorized version for Proles- tantism. .Reuben E. Grcll, industrial arts; [Toward L. Noble, commercial, history; John G. McGallum, English, social science; Dyle V. Martin, coach, boys' physical education; Delbcrt Mully, coach, mathematics; Helen J. Plunkctt, Latin, Spanish; William C. Rich, vocational agriculture, biology; Ruth Spon- hcim, English, library; Lilllc Wil- llnms, vocational h'otncmaking. At Junior High M, E. Gilmore, Junior High principal; Verne Lace, Duane V. Moeller, Vcrdcn E. Tarbox, Eva Sands, Marion Sanders and Joan .Thompson, Junior High; Marilyn Kimball and Phyllis Edglngton, sixth grade; James B. Conroy and Bessie Finer, fifth grade; Ann Baker and Mayme Christ, fourth grade; Wanda Stout and Phyllis Ziesman, third grade; Mrs. Viva Gaardcr and Sara V. Housor, second grade; Mrs. Donald Nelson, first grade; Marjorie Franks, kindergarten, .and Joan desiro it. The price will foe 35 cents u mcai until further operation of Ihc program determines another cost price, Supt. Burns slated. Indian Princess, Chief Crowned CLEAR LAKE--Jane Carwcll, 4, and Jimmy Wolfe, 8, were crown ed Indian Princess and Indian Chief at the Recreation Group picnic in City Park Tuesday evening. They were chosen for the lonor by Mrs, Torn Wood, recrea tion director, for having been out standing in co-operation and help- and her mother, Mrs. F. W. Hill, Cedar Falls, leave by plane for Atlantic City, N.J., for the Miss Vjncrica Beauty Pageant, were liscussed. As many Jaycecs and wives as possible will attend. Possibilities of holding a reception for Miss Hil! upon her return also were discussed. -News of You; Kllnkcnborg, cat music. kindergarten and vo Grace Anderson, principal of Lincoln school and second grade; Wayne A. Stamm, sixth grade; Mrs. J. G, (Lucille) Jordan, fifth grade; Myrtle Olson, fourth grade; Elvira Mcliem, third grade; Arlottc Carlson, first grade, and Miss Cox, kindergarten. Football equipment will be Issued and physical examinations given Aug. 25 from 8 a.m. on. Practice Clear Lake Calendar FHIIMY--A'mvof'. AuxllUiry xewliw circle, Mrn. Harry C.lnkuna. 2009 M u l n Avo.. ' 1:30. Chrlsllnn Womcn'n Fellowship, Mr«. O. Wnlklm. IOU N. Shorn Drlvu. 1. InslnictloiiM In snlllnu clnsa, Clly Hock, 2:30. Men's supper inntcli, fjoU grounds, 4:30. llnnil imMUburs picnic, Stnlu 1'ni-k, 5:30. Softball! Itnkcry vs. Auction, 7:15) SB. vursons vs. Itnnkol Crocury, I.lons Field, 8:30. City Council, City office*. 8. CARD OF THANKS . We wish to thhnk our friends, neighbors and the organizations for so kindly remembering us with carets/ letters, flowers, thoughts and prayers and for every courtesy shown to us both In our home and at the hospital during Frank!s illness. . ' . . ' Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Rich. under the new staff, Martin, Mully and Edwards, will start at Lions Field that afternoon. Football boys are to complete registration the morning o£ Aug. 23. Plan*'Registration Registration for nil students will be Aug. 25, 26 and 27. All book rentals are to bo paid nt registration. High school football players also will pny Insurance and towel fees. Kindergarten entrants must be five years of age on or before Sept. 15, Birth certificates nre to be presented at registration. Two sections of kindergarten will be run at the Lincoln building and three at Junior High. The children will attend half days'only. Main Avenue is the dividing.line between Lincoln and Junior^ High students In all grades, A new bus has been'purchased and bus cover- ago arranged to meet transportation needs. The lunch program will be operated this year without federal aid and the entire cost borno by those taking lunch, A lunch program will be conducted at the Lincoln building if a sufficient number of pupils CLEAR LAKE NEIGHBORS Try a pair of J] Nylon Hose at Hanson's. You'll ho surprised at the wonderful value. Officers of Royal Neighbors Camp will practice at IOOF Hall Sunday at 2 p.m. Now you can buy Sweetheart 100% whole wheat bread at all food stores. (The little square loaf.) Mr. and Mrs. L a r r y Keith and sons returned Tuesday after visit- Ing friends and relatives in Jackson, Mich., and Savanna, 111. Want carpenter work, painting. Fred Fredrickson, Ph. 889R3. Mr. and Mri. George Paul and family, Cleveland, O., arc visiting relatives in Mason City and Mrs. William Paul, Clear Lake. $5 Dresses. A real saving at Hansen's this week-end. Wa-Tan-Ye Club, woman's service organization, will celebrate the feast of bullocks and hold its first fall council ·meeting at the Clear Lake Greenhouse Monday at G:!SO p.m. Each member is to bring her own cup or gourd and wear her Indian finery. Mrs. Lillian Overtoil and Miss Margie Conwell arc hostesses. Shay's Barber Shop now open. Next to Chappell Clinic. Daughters of Union Veterans will meet nl City Hall Monday for a 5:30 p.m. potluck dinner and celebration of the 25th anniversary of tent's organization. Charter members will be special guests. Jaycees Plan 1953 Contest Will Apply for New Franchise at Once CLEAR LAKE--Plans to make application as soon as possible for franchise to conduct the Miss Iowa Beauty P a g e a n t in 1953 were discussed at a business meeting of the Junior Chamber of Commerce. Suggestions for improvements to be made for the 1953 pageant will be made by all committee chairmen and filed for reference. Dr. J. D. Hugins, president thanked all for their co-operation and Louis Schulcr, general chair man for the Governor's Hays cele GUEST OF CLUB CLEAR LAKE--Mrs. L. Kosiopu- los, Indianapolis, Iml., and Mrs. Keith : Crawford and Mrs.' Keith Jacobson were guests of O. N. 0. Jlub at the home of Mrs. David Nelson. Bridge prizes were won by Mines. Jack Hepp, Hyle Lowman and Jacobson, Mrs. Keith Raw will entertain Aug. 2T; ; J TRY A G-G CLASSIFIED AD! Milk consumption in the United States today is about 13 per cent greater than before World War H. fulness,. The coronation was in charge of Boyd McKee, adviser, and Don Nutting, Scoutmaster of Indian Lore Boy Scout troop 11, Mason City. McKec told the story, "How Little Chooch Got His Name," and the troop gave dances and sang songs around their campfire. More than 100 parents and children were present for the potluck supper. Mrs. M. D. Ncwsom's art class held an exhibit. W E ' D L I K E Y O U T O M E E T - w M, 0. V. inspector bralion, thanked the Jaycees foi their assistance. Letters of appreciation from contestants were read. * Keith Meal, Don Goranson, Frank M a c k a m a n , Warren Jacobson, Ed Lamson and Ur. Ilngins plan lo attend the Jayccc August UfitA REAL-KILL BUG KILllR PREVENTS MILDEW AND MOLD GROWTH TOO fill WITH REAL-KILL IHSSCT 80M8 WOK CWfW/CAL CO HAL-KILL - '· CARRY A IN YOUR BOMB CAR FOR ALU VACATIONS * PICNICS · -FISHING · OUTINGS Mr. Tl. is one of our severest critics--qualified to handle every technician's job in our shop. As one of our melieulous inspectors, he's a bug on accuracy. Checks your lenses with a louse-meter ( a f t e r they've been ground and polished) to make sure they don't contain any surface scratches, waves, hubbies, or deviate even half a millimeter from your doctor's prescription. Because Mr. R. feels that even an infinitesimal flavr will mur the technical accuracy of your glasses, he rejects flaws that.would not he considered serious by some. Ah, 1ml there's a double incentivefor Mr. R.'s uncompromising standards for accuracy. As a part owner of House of Vision (all our employees arc) it's to his advantage lo pass on your lenses only when they're an accurate translation of your doctor's prescription. CONSULT AN EYE PHYSICIAN (M. D.) FOR EYE EXAMINATION Mouse of Vision Cro/wmen in Optic* B R I C K A N D T I L E B U I L D I N G JHC. Friday Is Children's Day WAIT! LOOK THIS OVER Absolutely the best sale I have eyer been a part of. This is Standards big push on tires and boy we are right in the middle of it. 12 years ago I sold tires that had list price of $20 that were not as good a tire as the Atlas tire now on sale for $16.20 exchange. You have everything on your side; price, warranty and a wonderful tire. And no fooling around.. Set a rock bottom price iricl. tax and your old tires . . . go every place else, get all the prices and deals, then come to us like so many others. You'll buy here. An example: one set (4} of new guaranteed Atlas tires, 600x16 exchange W*nt: Girl or woman to take care of 3 children. Board, room, salary. Ph. 7G9-W after 2 or inq. £X)5 7th Ave. N. L. Gocbcl. Cl»«r L«k* Auction defeated the VPW team, 0-8, in a soflbali gatnc at Lions Field Wednesday evening. Luther League lost to the Basket Grocery. For Salt: Lady's suit, 3 winter conts. Ph. 81-i-J. 707 N. 7th. Gordon Knutson, R a l p h Winkle and Steve Moeller were winners in the X Class sailboat races Wednesday afternoon. Remnants 1c «n inch at Hansens. Mothers Study Club will hold a picnic for families at the Paul Sat- tcr home, 418 S. 12th St., Sunday at 4 p.m. Ph. 729-J by Sat. noon to reserve for Sun. dinner at Home Diner Mrs. Frank Trager. Members of the WLAM Club wil inect.;'ait East Park, Mason City, at noon JSunday for a politick dinner. For Sate: Canaries. Mrs, O. Porter, lOUii S. Shore Drive. Mr. and Mrs. C. F, Zook returned Wednesday from Lake Ossawinna- makce, Pequot, Minn., where they spent a week with their cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ward, Swale- dale, in their summer cottage. They were accompanied home by anothei cousin, Miss Nancy Ann Zook, Austin, Minn. Dress Safe. One rack of good [dresses only $5 this week-end only. Oluf T. .Hanscn Co. [ Mrs. Harry Ginkens will entertain Amvet Auxiliary Sewing Circle at her home, 2000 Main Ave., Friday at 1:30 p.m. 39 95 Plus Tax 4 Tires Good To First Customer Who Can Us* These Tires. COLLINS STANDARD SERVICE THE BIG STATION UPTOWN CLEAR LAKE PH. 531 at the FREE IOWA FAIR All Children Under 16 Admitted Free , . . ICE VOGUES OF 1952 MATINEE AT 1O A. M. Adults Accompanying Children Admitted at Regular Price SPECIAL LOW PRICES FOR ALL RIDES ON THE MIDWAY Running RACES 2 P . M . 8 Big Races Over 40 of the Fastest Racing Horses in Iowa and Minnesota ONE OF THE BIG DAYS OF THE FAIR ALSO GOLDEN WEDDING COUPLES DAY II- GUESTS AT PICNIC CLEAR LAKE--Mmes. W. II. Elling, John Luntlgrcn and F. F. Rogers were guests of Group 2, Congregational Women's Fellowship, at a picnic dinner Wednesday at the Rogers cottage with Mrs. Oscar Gehrkc as hostess. Mrs. L. E. Fellows, state president of Women's Fellowship, reported on the national meeting and discussed state work. All officers were reelected for the coming year. Mrs. St. E. Gilmore will be hostess Sept. 3. Australian bushmen cat various types of raw insect larvae, says the JNational Geographic Society. Only 3 Nights Left lo See ICE VOGUES OF 1952 Before the Grandstand BIG IMCA SANCTIONED AUTO RACES SATURDAY, AUGUST 16, 2 p. m. FEATURING OUTSTANDING DIRT TRACK DRIVERS AND THE FASTEST CARS TO EVER RACE' HERE m

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