The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on August 14, 1952 · Page 30
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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 30

Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, August 14, 1952
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"-3O Miton ( Aug. 14, 1«2 , AU|»» C l l , U. ^ GIVEN SURPRISE "*CLBAR LAKE--Mrs. George 1'. Peterson, 7172 N. 12th St,, whose TSH.H birthday was \Vcdncsday, was hjpnored al 'a surprise' dinner and birthday party at thc home of her sgn, Arthur" I'clerscn, Wednesday evening. A d a u g h t e r , Mrs. D. S. Day, and family, Klcinme; two sons, Hoy and Peter, and families, and M r s . Verne I'ctcrsen, all of Clear Luke, were present. The evening was spent i n f o r m a l l y , American Indians e n j o y e d roasted crickets, an well as the queens of leaf-culling ants. CLEARANCt'-SALj of JEWELRY Now On ASK RAY SENEY Miss Spruth Tells of Life in Germany ' . i was pre.M-nled \ ^ifl in rerv4ni: Mrs. R. F. O'l.)o:i for h a v i n g low | Mrs. .Elton Hills. Mrs. Melvin Hon of service as residen o f i i i . n e p n m h "·* n«~n.i ..;-~ ----- : . : . . . . of service as president ofion :!, 7 and B holes; Mrs LAKE-- Miss Sigrid Maria Spruth, Hcrlin. C c r m a ti y, gave her life hijslory for Methodist WSCS Wednesday afternoon in the church parlors. The speaker taughl Sunday-school in Die Methodist Church in Berlin and is 'now teaching in ihe National College for Christian Workers at Kansas City, Mo. She discussed differences of the churches here and in licrlin. Mrs. David Knnbnil led devotions. Mrs. .John Hnrrod sang "The Lord's Prayer" and "Ik-side StilJ Waters." M r s . Chris Johnston, who is m o v i n g to New Hampton, WSCrS for three ye;irs. Rowan for high on 1, 5 and 9, and Mrs. K. 1C. Powers. M a r i o n , Mrs- H. Ferris for average score. K a n . , riiul Mr;;. Ifarrod we're |-* frs - Arleigh Kddy was presented yue.slK. Tea was served by Circle'" U'^ ' rom a . group of pupils for '.', with Mrs. Harold Miller chair-!" 01 " work . a s instructor. man. M r s , II. O. Saiidberg and Mrs. Jojm.slon poured.' The next meeting will be Sept. 10. Wesley an Service Guild met at the church in the overling for a potluck d i n n e r and t a l k by Miss Sprulh. The budget was adopted. The jjroup w i l l meet at Hewitt's at U:30 p.m. Sept. ID. Mrs. Keith Haw reported that Luscomb was named vice presi dent and Mrs. Maurice Clark secretary-treasurer. Plans were made for a tour of Mason City business places Sept,'3. Mrs. Luscomb will be hostess Sept. 9. 'A * * til, t *J . J V1~J k l * 1 ki* V 1 V J / l / J L V . L J I J | U V 4 -f~ -ft -V officers Will be elected at the f i n a l 1 Mrs . George Prestholt was a meeting Au« 27. P l a n s were made gllest of I I a p p y Eight C ard Club * ° . for Guest Day next Wednesday. a l t h c home ()f M r s Q R scheduled a t 0. Luncheon at 1 will be followed by cards. Reservations Inay be phoned to Mrs. R a w , M3-.I, until Saturday. Guests Play Golf on Lake Course CLEAR LAKR-.Mr.s. \V. thorn, MBKOIJ City, and _ Sherry f l e a m , Charlton, were gave a short talk. Mrs. Rollin Luscomb gave the semi-annual report of the .Social Circle and Mrs. C. K. Curphy announced staff practice Sept. 2. Mrs. LeKoy Milter and committee served. The next meeting will be Aug. 26. George Wecse home. He is In the Navy, has been attending school al Memphis, Tenn., and, is now being transferred to Brunswick, Me. · GOODELL--Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Weese are guests in the parental ALTA VISTA--Becky Waters, 5, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Waters, underwent surgery at Osagc. lla Miss Mrs. A. Hollatz Club President CLEAR L A K E -- Mrs. Adolph -""'· * * J · » ' · « I tt i 1.- 4111 I ll*SI I f TV Vi I *- f guests Wednesday when 32 women'"" 11 " 1 ' W l » elected president of w . cro wo " by|.MetTimen^ C l u _ b a f the home of . . # . # ' # Mrs. Bill Boesarl, former member, was a guest of Union Dozen Club al thc home of Mrs. Forrest Hanson. Orders- for Christmas j cards were laken. M r s . Rollin [Howe will entertain Sept. ! when (braided rugs will be demonstrated. · vr -X- Mrs. Joe Starries became a member of Tina Robekah Lodge by t r a n s f e r from Thornton at the regular session at fQOF Hall. She Sfue/anc/' Special Reductions on TABLE LAMPS at C (Across From ht Hanforcj) WOLFS Northern Iowa's largest furniture store WALNUT BEDROOM Modern Ensemble Genuine AS'alnul Hint has been rubbed, polished a n d filled with smart brass drawer pulls. Double Dresser and Bed. MAPLE BEDROOM . . . $119.95 An all-lime favorite. The w a r m glow of Maple, 'polished to Rive it 11 handsome, long lasting finish. Double Drosser and Hod. . 2 PC. BLONDE MODERN BEDROOM Modern Outfit $136.95 A suite that incorporates all the outstanding features of modern styling and quality construction. Double Dresser and Jied. PERIOD BEDROOM... $169.95 18th Century Styling Mahogany finish t h a t has been rubbed and polished. Fashioned to retain its ocauty and to give lasting service. Double Dresser and lied. Here are TERRIFIC SAVINGS! on Nationally Famous Floor Coverings! Here's your opportunity tp buy wonderful broaclloom carpeting for your home at a price t h a t is so low you'll scarcely believe it possible! And you have your choice of our entire stock of outstanding weaves in smart designs and lovely colors! Reg. $7.95 Muti-Color Axminster $4.95 -Reg. $8.95 Sculptured All-Wool Carpet $5.95 Reg. $9.95 Tone-on-Tone in Ail-Wool $6.95 Reg. $11.95 Rich Twist Wiltons ... . $8.95 Reg. $14.95 Handsomely Carved Carpet $11.95 Perhaps your taste runs to the lovely room-size'rugs! If so, you're in.luck! Never before have we had such a charming collection . . . and never before have we slashed the prices so low! Come in t o d a y ' a n d m a k e your choice! Reg. $117.50 9x12 Ft. Wilton Rug $79.95 Reg. $79.50 12x7.10 Axminster Rug $49.50 Reg. $80.00 9x9 Axminster Rug $39.95 Reg. $59.50 9x9.7 Blue Velvet Rug $39.5O Reg. $49.50 9x12 Highland Craft Cot. Rug ..:. $29.95 Reg. $80.00 6x12 Twist Rug . . . .$39.50 Reg. $54.50 9x12 Spec. Twist Cot. Rug $29.95 Cotton Chenille THROW I / RUGS /2 Price Slightly Soiled 27x54 - All Wool THROW I/ RUGS /I Price MAKE YOUR OWN TERMS Reg. S109.50 Zenith Full Size FAMILY WASHER Now Nationally Adv. KROEHLER DAVENPORT and CHAIR Frieze Covered Choice of Colors 23950 Reg. ?36.7S Hotel and Hospital Inner-spring MATTRESS ACA Ticking Ven. and.Handles Box Spring to match $28.95 Entire Stock OUTDOOR FURNITURE Now Off ER WOLF SONS

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