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August 18, 1952

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 6

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· . Aug. 18, 1957 Mason CllJ Globe-Cl«ieUc, Manon Cltjr, I». Handicap for Men Opens Don Johnson Lists Tournament Pairs CLEAR LAKK--Don Johnson announced pairings for . the men's handicap golf t o u r n a m e n t . M o n d a y ' with play in progress. Jack Kennedy, 7, vs. Sam McQueen, 8; 'Curt Anderson,' G, vs. bye; Tom ]Eames, 10, vs. Howard Knutson, 5; Phil Litzcl, 9, vs. bye; Jerry Jen sen, 11, bye; Frnnk Swnnson, 6, vs Clear Lake Globe nob; Haiford, 8; Ted Young, M, ya. bye. Crosby InEcrsoll, 11, vs, Frank Claesgens, 9; Dr. W. H. Crumbaugh, 10, vs. Don Cnrr, 15; Larry liless, 9, vs. bye; Don Spratt, 0, vs, Clarence A. Pease, 5; Fred Opel, fl, vs. bye; Joe Weber, 11, vs, Ted Woloszyn, G; Jim ConnclJ, 10, vs. bye; Merle Smit, (i, vs. A. Wind, G; Ju\Vayno Jensen, i), vs. bye; Dick Smith, 8, vs, Clark Holthouse, 4; Ken Nlekle, G, vs. Ralph Hale, 8; JC. McGowan, 8, vs, bye; Tom Atkins, 7, vs. A. J. Bower, 5; John 'Anderson, 7, vs. bye. ; Bob Stuart; 11, vs. Doug Sherwln, 0; C. E, Barnes, 0, vs. bye; Paul Trumbull; 11, vs. Jnck Merryman, II; Joe Jensen, 0, vs, L. E. Ashland, 0; Fred Pnlmeter, 5, vs. bye; Don Clark, 4, vs. Leo E, Jacobsoh, 10; Lcs Portwood, 10, vs. bye; Hylc List Women for Handicap Tournament CLEAR LAKK--Pairings for the women'!* handicap Rolf tournament bllow; Mrs. Ouorgc Scdelmclcr, vs, Mrs. John Anderson, 15; M r s , ' T e d Young, 20, vs. Mrs. M J. Anderson, 12; Mrs. D. .F. Woodworth, J2, vs. hyc; Mrs. W. Acker- bcr«, 21, vs. Mrs. f . . Wohier, 12; Mrs. G. W. Atkins vs. Mrs. Ted Woloszyn, 15; Miss Kvclyn Mowers vjt. bye; Mrs. .Jack Winkler, 21, vs.] Mrs. John liartlell, 17. .. Mrs. K. Wolf, Jfi, vs. Miss Susan Doyle, 18; Mrs, L, B. Schwietcrt^ 17, vs. Mrs, A. J. Ilowcr, 11; Mrs.! Tom Solu'crg, 10, ys. bye; Mrs. Don Clark, 10, vs. Mrs. A. Stroh, 10; Mrs. W, H, Ducscnberg, 15, vs. Mrs. Hob Sliinrl, Ifi; Mrs. I I . Ferris, 13, vs. bye; Mrs, J. Rowan, 19, vs. Mrs, George Heetlnmt, 12; Miss Bovbrly. Roberts, (I, vs. Miss Lucille.. Johnson, 18; Miss Janet Rovve,''.10, vs,.Mrs. Joo Jensen, 23. Mrs, Gerald'Jensen, 18, vs, Mrs. Keith Raw, 13; Mrs. .Eugene Lud wig, IS, vs. Mrs. Krimce.s Repp, 13; Mrs. Jnck Llsler, 12, vs. bye; Miss Lois Ptiah, 17, vs. Mrs. Ilylc Lowman, 18; Mrs. U. l-\ O'Oca B, vs. Mrs, Fred Larson, 11;-Mrs. Lowman, 8, vs. bye; K. II. Rogers, 0, vs. Pnt, Breheny, 13; C. A. Pcii'so, 7, vs. bye; Gene LudwiK, 2, vs. II. McAfee, 8; U. Dayton llorriman, 12, vs. It. C. Fisher, 14; ·Dave'Nelson, 9, vs. bye; Don PC- 'tcrs'on, 7,'vs, George Schcpp, 15, " K, Fords, 14, vs. bye; W. Acli- ;crbcrg, 5, vs. lye; A. Stroh, 7, ·vs, Hfiy McGownn, 8; Fayo Posson, Il-l, vs. bye; Leo Esbeck, 8, vs, ·Keith Raw, 8; Jack Lister, Ci, vs. -Hao \Vnllaco, 7; Hill Ross, 10, vs. '.bye; A. Modlcr, 11, vs. Lovell ·Biddy', · 8; ...Bill' Bickford, 5, vs. ^byc; Fred Bourn, 5, vs. bye; Tom 'Solberg^ 10, vs, Don N e w m a n , 3; ·Glen Bates,-13, vs. bye; Dale Fox, .6, vs. Rob Lancrman, 8. G. F. Ope!, 10, vs. Mrs, A. 13 Moellcr, 12; Mrs, David Nelson, 10 vs. Mrs. Hay M c G o w a n , i2; Mrs Irving Morgan, 1-1, vs. Mrs, II, McAfee,'20. Fruit SaUd FORT .WORTH, Tex UP--Airs Raymcnd Kcnrlck cut open a tomn to she bought at a market nm found in the middle a wcll-formec strawberry. CARD OF THANKS I wish to thank my friends schoolmntes for cards and letter I am receiving while in the Blan Memorial Hospital, DCS Moincs. Larry Watson. A R R I V E S ON L E A V E -- S e c o n d U. Robbrt S. Halford, who was graduated Tuesday from Engineers' Officers' Training School at Ft. Belvoir, Vn., is spending « 15 day leave wilh his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Halford, 500 5. Shore Drive, Clear Lake, Halford entered the service Aug. I, 1951, after graduation from the general engineering course at Iowa State College, Arnes. He was with the airborne Infantry in n lendorshtp school at Camp Brecklnridge, Ky., before going to Fort Belvoir. Ho will return to Ft, Belvoir as a tactical officer. ' GUEST PASTOR GIVES LESSON CLEAlt LAKE--The Rev. Kalpl Christoplict'HOfi, Madison, S.U. gave the lesson for the Bethlehem Lutheran Ladies Aid which m,cl ir the church parlors Saturday after noon. Mrs. E. ii, Erickson presided Mmcs. I'clcr and Martin Fcld were )iosl((sses and served lunch. A large n u m b e r of guests were present. The next meeting will bo Sept. 0 wilh the Rev, J. O. Blancss, pnslor, in charge. The Rev. Mr. Chris- tppherson conducted church services Sunday morning and held a fellowship meeting in the a f t e r n o o n . --News of Your--CLEAR LAKE NEIGHBORS Dick Banning has returned from Ames where ho has been attending Fowa State College and taking work in counseling and guidance! to apply on a Master's Degree, For Rent: Apt. furn. S. lakeshore, close in. Ph. 165W. Mrs. Roger Swisher and 10 pound, IWi ounce son, Rodney Lee, have been dismissed from Park'Hospital, Mason City, where the latter was born Aug. (i, am! are at their home, 704 7th Avc. N, Rodney Lee is t h e ' f i r s t child in the family. Mrs. Swisher is the former Audrey P t a t h , Manly. Buy your children's s c h o o l clothes at Hanson's. Mrs. Helen E. Wlstey and David have returned from a vacation trip through the Bad Lands and Black Ffiils of South Dakota and to Devil's Tower, Wyo. Woman wanted for housework. Ph. 770-M. Mrs. Leo Wood presented a read- ng for Oakland Club at the home of Mrs. Frank Zirbei Thursday. t'ho next meeting will be a 12:30 unchcon at Hewitt's Sept. 10. N e a l The Cleaners will be closed Aug. 25 to Sept. 2 for vacations. Young Adults of the Methodis Church will meet at State Park Lodge Tuesday evening at G:45 foi the last outdoor meeting this sea son. Members are to bring the! Ten Ounce Fish Wins Rib Dinner CLEAR LAKE--Orbie Osbcsan, Chicago, who registered a 10-ounce tagged yellow bass at Buehlcr's Aug. 13, won the "big fish" prize for the week Aug. 10-16 inclusive, the Chamber of Commerce re- ported Monday. The prize is two aarbecued rib dinners and two souvenirs at the Silver Boot Drive-in. The prize for the week of Aug. 17 to 23 is $5 in trade at the Television Mart, Sponsors stated that no matter how large a fish is taken it does not enter competition for a prize unless itis_registercd at one of the official weighing stations. To date no tagged silver bass have been reported taken... Six were tagged and released in the spring, Dick Whitney, state biologist, reported. The folding fan was invented by the Japanese in the 7th Century. a IK COACH ARRIVES--Dyl« F. Martin, Clear Lake's new head coach, has arrived from Wlnterset and is getting settled at 1818 N. Shore Drive and preparing for. the 1952 football season. Martin, head coach at Tarrta two years, will be assisted by Del Mully, basketball coach at St. Olaf College, Northfield, Minn., last year, and by Charles Edwards, Cedar Falls, who taught at Jessup last year. Martin Went Monday to Ames to attend a coaching school. estcd In attending the banquet or he evening session may call the Globe-Gazette office, 239 or 259. Vtlk ffn Tor Walk*** feminine as perfume elegant as'autumn Important BLACK SUEDE Fashions at a small price LUCERNE Black jucJa and Cnl? Brown S: 3da and Calf own lanlc service, buns wieners and a covered dish. Farmers! Attention) Will be on vacation Aug. 22 to 27. Ernest G. Nelson, Portable'Feed Mill. Mrs. Joo Anderson, 319 Seventh Avo. N,, is spending several days at I'ark Hospital, Mason City, for care and treatment. Anyone interested in sending their 3 to 5 yr. old children to nursery school which starts Oct. 13, call Mrs. Dick Banning,.1122J. Dr. J. D. Hugins, president, and Keith Neal, Ed Lamson, Warren .lacobson, Don Goranson, Don McCoy and Frank M a e k a m a n returned Sunday evening from ' 01- (umwa where they went Saturday to attend a state board meeting of the Junior Chamber of Commerce. At Hie meeting the men presented Clear Lake's , plans for the 1953 Miss Iowa beauty pageant. Big. News--you can see and feel the difference with Marshall Swills Sla-Nu finishing process at no extra cost. Mrs. E. J. Lincicum, 2202 Main Avc., who suffered a broken shoulder bone in a fall down the basement stairs at 1 her hoinc Sunday, is it Mercy'Hospital, Mason City, for care and treatment. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Jorgenson returned Saturday from Albuquerque, N.M., where they visited the Inttcr's brother-in-law, A. O Moore. Kathy and Jimmy Moore niece and nephew of Mrs. Jorgenson, returned home with them. Their father will arrive Sept. 1 to make his home in Clear Lake. Mrs. Ernest Cnrr will entertain Double Dozen Club at her home Wednesday instead of Mrs. Roy Wcstcolt who was lo entertain Clear Lake Calendar TUBS!) A V--Hod Cross h o m e service worker, City Hall, B:30 ».m. till VI. Lucky Nine Card Club, Mrs. S. O. Bacon, 7 S. 13th SI., 1:30. C'iimi) firouml Social Club. Mrs, Lcroy Snuthanl, 114 Prospect Drive, 1:30. Sinn nnd Sew Club. Mrs. 12, !!. Cummine:. 1:30. Lake Township Oweso Club. Mrs. Mike Anderson, 2. MolhotllHt Young Ailulls. Statu I'ark lodge, C:-13. Saltbnll, Lions Field, slrls' Homes. 7:15. Civic mixed chorus, high school, 7:30. North (own Flylnu Club; Administration IniiUUnK. Mason City Airport. B. J.ll. Club. Mrs. G. E. Curphy. 1314 2nd Ave. N., 8. of 54 beautiful patterns WALLPAPER For This Week Only . . . Buy the First Roll at Our Regular Low Price ... Get the Second Roll for only Ic Included in This Special Group are Patterns for Every Room in Your Home. Prices Per Single Roll Begin at 15c WALLPAPER KITS Complete with a I I necessary toots. 4.69 CARD OF THANKS I wish to thank all my friends, neighbors and relatives for the many cards, letters, gifts and flowers that helped to make my stay in the hospital more pleasant. Mrs. Earl Blakely Sr. WALLPAPER PASTE Cream-O-Crop brand. WALLPAPER REMOVER PEEL Enough f o r average size room. 85 SHEPHERD'S PAINT WALLPAPER 27 First S. E. Phone 1362 MASON CITY'S MOST COLORFUL ADDRESS ^ /SHOES t HOW TO EAT BETTER... LIVE EASIER... FOR LESS MONEY WITH AN ELECTRIC FOOD FREEZER! n a H m H 9 ES ta a a si El o El El a o 9 H a a ANDORA .· Block Sued* COMMODORE · Black Sucda · Brown Sucda Depend On It Your Correct Walker Fit. IOWA'S TOP FALL SELECTIONS for dress, play, back-to-school!!!! B) n ta B a BL a Kl 19 H B t» n H H n IB m a ES Q e n is H Thursday. Mrs. R u t h Yohn and Mrs. E. Valley returned Saturday from a vacation trip to northern Wisconsin. Because of r a i n the band picnic planned at Stale Park Friday evening was held in the high school lunch room. The White Clover Day sale, spon- tfored Saturday by Amvet Auxiliary, brought in more than $225, Mrs. .lim A. Uanley, president, reported. The entire 1,500 blossoms were disposed of in Clear Lake and Ventura. Besides the committee, saleswomen were Mrs. Kenneth Thomsiln and Mrs. Roger Keitlaml and Karen Ashland. Mrs. Joe Jensen wiil entertain Dorcas Circle of the Zion Lutheran Aid at her home, 507 S. nth St., Wednesday at 8 p.m. M r . a n d Mrs. Duke S t u a r t , Perry, Mo., arc spending several days at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Ashland. They left Clear Lake 26 years ago. About 50 Luzier's Cosmetic consultants from 13 north Iowa towns mot at the AH Veterans Social Center Sunday with ,1. B. Whitney Jr., Kansas City, Mo., as the speaker, Mrs. A. E. Peterson, district representative, reported. After the meeting Mr. and Airs. Reginald W. Makenson, Mason City, held open house. Officers of Royal Neighbor Camp 7669 practiced at lOOFHall Sunday for the district convention at Garner Tuesday afternoon and evening. Anyone .desiring transportation is to meet the others at Ihe northeast corner of City Park at 12:30 Tuesday. Anyone intcr- You can eat better when you are able to freeze a wide variety of fruitt and vegetables in season and enjoy them the year 'round. When you buy meat for storage you can choose better grades and save on quantity purchases. Freeze leftovers, too, and use them days or even weeks later. Meal preparation is easier with a Food Freezer. You can shop weeks in advance . no last-minute trips to market .'. . no more bad-weather shopping. Simply prepare and freeze complete meals or store quanti- ties of ice cream and pastries . . . ready for use at a moment's notice. . · * · A Food Freezer is a convenience that saves you money. Besides saving time and work, tests prove that the average family can save as much"'as SI00 a year by quantity buying and in-scason storage of foods with a Food Freezer. alk. 7n To X-Ray Fining ALKER'S m PRACTICE LIMITED TO PLATE WORK 302 SOUTH FEDEKAL, Mason City 105 NORTH -FEDERAL We Welcome Good Charge Accounts PEOPLES' GAS ELECTRIC Serving North Cenfra/ fowa's Cities, Town* and Farms. '\ i

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