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February 23, 1954

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

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GIRL SCOUTS PREPARE PLAYLET-Girl Scouts of Troop 5^, Clear Lak n playlet, "Youth Takes a Hand" for the Founders' Day program of Clear Lake Elementary School PTA at the Lincoln Building Wednesday at 2:30. Left to right are Judy Klinge, Barbara Woker, Sarah Bower and Sally Stoyles. Mmes. T. G. Burns and M H puesenberg arc troop leaders and Today's Club is sponsor. Past presidents of the local PTA unit will be honored. School Board Asks for Bids Sets March 24 as Opening Date CLEAU LAKE--A decision to ad- vertisc at once for bids on' the construction of a new grade school building in the Sunset View addi- lion was announced Tuesday following a special called meeting of Ihe board of education held at the High School Monday afternoon. All members of the board" were present to confer with Hansen and Waggoner, architects, Mason:City. The date of publication was set as Feb. 23. March 2i at 10 a.m., is the date set for opening the bids. E. B. StilJman, attorney for the school board, announced that plans and specifications are on file at the office of the architects in Mason City and for inspection at the office of the board of education at Clear Lake High School. The board will meet in regular icssion the evening of March 1. Art Enabnits Honored for Anniversary CLEAR L A K E--Mr. and Mrs. Art Enabnit, whose 35lh wedding anniversary was Friday, were honored at an open house at the Christian Church Sunday afternoon. About 80 people attended the courtesy which was arranged by their children, Miss June Enabnit and Mrs. Jack Enabnit. Children present included the Rev. and Mrs. Paul Enabnit and three children, Union; Mr. and Mrs. Norman Alsbury and two children, Mason City;" Miss Betty Enabnit, Minneapolis; Mr. and Mrs. Jack Enabnit, who live on the home f a r m , and .the Misses June and Lee Ann Enabnit. at home. A/3c Ila Enabnit, Sacramento, Calif., was unable to attend. A[rs. J. S. Anderson'Sr., mother of Mrs. Enabnit, was a special guest. She offered prayer on the program. Paul Enabnit, who was master of ceremonies, reviewed the life histories of his parents ami rend an original poem written and dedicated to them by Mrs. David Enabnit. He gave a talk based on the Scriptural command, "Children, Obey Your Parents." Mrs. Elsbury (Edith) g a v e a tribute to h c r parents and her daughter, Julie, gave a reading. Mrs. Paul Enabnit (Veronica), accompanied by Lee Ann, sang "I Love You T r u l y " and "Silver Threads Among the Gold." T h e grandchildren sang "Jesus Loves Me" and the entire group, "There Shall I5c Showers of: Blessings." The Rev. II. W. Trimble, pastor gave the benediction. The program was held in the church sanctuary: Claude Jacobson and Lawrence Fell \vcre ushers. Refreshmcnls were served in the church parlors from a table centered with a potted cyclamen sent by R. E. Robertson, Mason City, county engineer, for the occasion. The honorccs received m a n y cards and other gifts. Mrs. J. C. Ochlert cut and served the cake and Mmes. Harold Enabnit and Fred Opel poured. Miss Lee Ann was in charge of the guest book. Mr. and.Mrs. Charles Waddingham were present from Meservey. Assisting with the serving were Mmes. Harold Nichols, M. H. Duesenberg, Claude Jacobson, Jim Anderson, Louis Crist and Howard Oehlerl and Linda and Dartcne Davis. Mr. Enabnit and Miss Helen An dersori were married at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Anderson, Feb. 19, 1919. They lived on a farm near Swale- dale five years and then moved to the farm south of C l e a r , Lake where they have since resided. Knutson, Dominic File for Board _ CLEAR LAKE--Nomination papers for Hdwarcl L. Knulson and Jack Dominic as candidates for election to the board of Clear Lake Independent School District were filed with the clerk, Robert Ingcr- spll Tuesday morning. School election is March 8, Ingersoll said, and noon, Feb. 26, is the dead line for filing. Opposing Knulson and Dominic are M. W. Hughes and Robert Nichols, incumbents. Clear Lake Calendar WEDNESDAY--Clc»r Like Co-Operative Creamer}- Association annual meeting, Methodist Church. 11:30 a.m. I.lons Club, A!J Veterans Social Center, 12:13. K v n n t c l l c i l Free Church. Women's Mis- nlonarr Society. S. Clear Like Elemenlarj T.T.A., Lincoln SchDolhouxe. 2:30. Woman'! Club dance classes, public library, 4:30. Tnd»:'s Club. Mrs. John Anderson. SOS 4th A v e . S., 7. Tben-Ajceri dance clasj. Surf Ballroo 7-81 danclnc, 8-11. Verily Lodge 350. A.F. and A.M. Maienlc Temple, 7:30. Stafford Toil 2T4. American Lerion. All Velerunn Social CtnUr, 7:30. Z i o n Lutheran Sunday School Board, parish house. 7:30. several selections. Lyle Tanner, magician, gave an exhibition. The Rev. George Strum, pastor, gave the benediction. Dscar Sorlic were in charge of kitchen and diningroom respective Stanley Oredsen, president of the local brotherhood, was toastmaster. Earl Jaspersen led devotions; John Zinn Speaks at FFA Event CLEAR LAKE--Robert Zinn, district sales manager for Allied Mills, spoke on "Youth in Agriculture" for the program of the FFA Father-Son banquet homemaking room school Monday evening. Zinn briefly reviewed served in Ihe at the high -- News of your---CLEAR LAKE NEIGHBORS Lanolin Plus cosmetics at Hansen's. For Sal*: One Roper table top gas stove, $15, floor lamp. $5. 104 N. 12th. The Jayce* bale* tale conducted by Jaycee wives at Jensen's Food Market amounted to about $35, sponsors reported. Mmes. Sam Hansen, Warren Jacobson and opportu nitics for youth in many different industries, pointing out advantages in each. He believes there arc tremendous growth and great prospects in agriculture. He said that the population of the United States may reach 175 million by I960. This would be the same as adding the people of sota, Iowa and Dr. Malmin Is Lake Speaker CLEAR LAKE--Dr. O. G. Malmin, Minneapolis, spoke on "An Unchanging Church in a Changing World" for the Father-Son banquet program in the Parish House of the Zion tutheran Church Monday evening. Dr. Malmin is editor of the Lutheran Herald of the Evangelical Lutheran Church. E. A. Norcm', Mason City, associate editor of the Mason Citv Globe-Gazette, and'Arthur Strand", Forest City, president of the South ·--. i~-,"..~~ ~.i,.,. Central District Brotherhood, were 42 men and boys present special guests. In all 250 men and wa s done by Arlene and ^ boys were served by Zion Lutheran Nickerson, Sharon Doescher, Shir- Aid members. This was the first Ie y Kowe, Ina Lee Heifner, Sandra banquet to be held in the new'Par- Rabe and Sue Nelson, homemak- ish House. Mmes. Ed Lenning and in e students. Wisconsin, Minne Illinois to the present population, he said. Zinn dis cussed the qualifications for becoming a successful farmer. Officers of the Clear Lake Chapter of FKA are Diane Walls, president; Ellery Wood, vice president; D a v i d Punke, secretary; Marlyn Carlson, treasurer; Jack Zook, reporter, and Roger Bast, sentinel. Marlyn Carlson w a s emcee; Ronald Wood recited the Freshman Creed, a qualification to membership in FFA; Ronald and Russell Wood played several musical selections; Tom Miller welcomed the Dads and bis father, Roscoe Miller, responded. Duane Walls, went through the opening ceremony and program for a .regular meeting and presented four honorary chapter members: Supt. T. G. Burns, Winston Weaver, Frank Mullan and Armour Pugh, who, he said, had been active for the advancement of FFA. Miss Luella Bonoff, homemaking instructor, prepared dinner for the Serving Pauline Keith Neal were in charge of the sale. Others donated .food. Jim Sullivan sharpened the knives that were brought in. For Sale: G. E. refrlg., 8 cu. ft., excel, cond. Ph. 1009R, Fine selection of curtains at Hansen's. Harry Wefkert moved Monday from 1116 Main Ave., to 205 N. 12th St. For Rant: Furn. apt. Ph. 672W. For Rent: 3 large rmt,, prf. bath and entr. 500 S. 8th. Ph. 284W. Mrs. E. W. Day reported Tues-j that she will entertain the wives I of pastors of churches in Clear! Feb. 23, 1954 J -Mason CUy uJobe-Gaxclle, Mat** Cltjry 1*. Lake and vicinity Thursday niorn- ing at 10. Plans will be made for observance of World Day of Prayer at the Congregational Church March 5. . · - ' For Rent: 2 bedroom haute, screened in front porch, close in. Ph. 500 days, 320 eves; The new stylet m umbrella* are pagoda shapes and "Slim Jims." When needing umbrellas buy at Hanscn's. A giraffe usually is more than 5 feet tall at birth. . AUSTRALIAN BUSHMEN* DO NOT WEAR HEARING AIDS! gave the toast Don Gibrielson, Ashland Jr., fathers and sons. Hymns were sung and Allen Y e a g e r, accompanied by his mother, Mrs. E. L. Yeager, played a cornet number. The male choir, directed by Ludvig Wangberg, gave C A R D OF T H A N K S We are sincerely grateful to relatives, friends and neighbors, for their many acts of kindness, sympathy, memorials, cards and floral offerings during our sad bereavement. Our appreciation cannot be adequately expressed. Mr. and Mrs. R. K. Woker Mr. and Mrs. Leo Thompson and "Families. Ibwa's Lcirgest Home Furnishers DAVIDSONS 19-21 1st fc Mason City H E A R I N G AIDS represent progress in civilization. They are a badge of intelligence and consideration on the part of the wearer, and that's too much to expect of an Australian Bushman. Now here's the important question: Are you or s o m e h a r d - o f - J i e a r i n g friend acting like a Bush- m a n by not w e a r i n g a hearing aid? Some people in our highly civilized society refuse to wear a hearing aid because of their enslavement to false personal vanity. These otherwise intelligent men and women think that they can hide their hearing loss. They don't realize, or want to admit, that their deficient hearing is obvious-and a tremendous burden--to friends and associates who have to repeat and shout to make themselves understood. Their deafness is more obvious without a hearing aid than with one. Because they cannot hear, these people give the impression that they are dull and back ward... many lose their friends... lose their jobs... even jeopardize their lives and the lives of others because while driving autos and crossing streets they miss the warning sounds and signals that guide us safely through everyday life. We are sure you'll agree: thafs an enormous price to pay for false vanity! * "bitsh" country triba of i If you have been a "hesitant" hard- of-hearing person, we urge you to join the hundreds of thousands of progressive people wearing Zenith Hearing Aids. You will be helping yourself to a fuller, happier life. And you will be removing the burden of your hearing loss from others around you--they will appreciate your consideration. NEW 3-TRANSJSTOR ZENJTH "ROYAL-T"® IS AMERICA'S GREATLY-WANTED HEARING AID The small, smartly-styled "Royal-T" operates for only 151 per month in' stead of $4.50 to $9.00 a month for vacuum-tube aids. Greater-than-ever clarity! One tiny, I5£ "A" battery operates the entire aid for a full month in average use--no "B" battery, no tubes! Only $125 (bone conduction'accessory at moderate extra, cost). .10-Day Money-Back Guarantee. You can't buy a better hearing aid,at any price...ask any Zenith owner. See classified telephone directory for name of nearest Zenith Dealer. Or write for literature and local dealer list: Zenith Radio Corporation, Department BZ13D 5801 Dickens Ave., Chicago 39, Illinois. { \ HEARING AIDS By the Makers of World-Famous Zenith TV and Radio Sets ENDS SATURDAY IT'S TOO LATE TO WAIT... 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