Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on August 20, 1952 · Page 8
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 8

Mason City, Iowa
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Wednesday, August 20, 1952
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Aug. M, ItSl S *" OB c "7 Glob«-C»iell*i Mkiun C»r, It. LUTHER COLLEGE NORSEMEN-T-Mcml)ersof:theLuLh- ev College Norsemen Quartet are, from loft, Vernon Anderson, Orin Eitlreim, Gordon Jnnssen and Curtis Reiso. The fiunr(,ot will 'present a concert Thursday at 8 p. m. at the Trinity Lutheran Church. Luther Norsemen to Present Concert at Church Thursday The Luther College Norsemen* Quartet of Decornh will appear In concert Thursday at 8 p.m. at the Trinity Lutheran Church. . l This is one o£ fiO appearances the quartet" will .make in an 11-week tour to thd West coast. Includccrin the group !s a Mason Cityan, He is Gordon Janssen, first tenor, A .-pro-theological sliulenl majoring in 'social science and a junior,-he also is it member of the Nordic'Choir'. '"Other members of the quartet nro Vornon Anderson, ba'ss, a sophomore from Lakeficlci, Minn,; Orrin IjUUretm, second tenor, a junior^ Decorah, and 'Curtis · Relso, baritone; a, junior,'Scnrville., The quartet, which'has mndc numerous appearanees,pn the campus, at clylc and community affairs and in churches, within a 200-mile radius of Hie college, will sing a varied program including, such works as ."Grant Us to I6 With Zqal" by Bach, "Salvation Bclong- oth to Our God" by Tschnckoff, a groiip of familial' hymns, Negro spirituals, ''Bless This House" nncl "Prayer I'orfcct," The public Is inv licit. GOES O V E R S E A S NORTIIWOOO--The Rev. Hiram Elllngson started on his overseas position as mlssionnry 'for the Evangelical Church. .-Ho is the son of Mr.' and Mrs. John Ellingspn west of town. Ho was ordained in the: ministry In July. lie will study language'in France /or a year be forq going to MndaKascar. CLEARANCE SALE of JEWELRY Now On ASK RAY SENEY Manly School Opens Aug. 25 MANLY~Thc staff for Manly public school is complete, and the ipening date Is Monday, Aug. 25. The building is in fine shape and has undergone a complete rcnova- loh. The foiir buses have had an overhauling v/ilh a new paint job. There are four new faces on the staff this year, however, one of hem did teach at Manly during 050-51, Robert Verchola, but was called back by the Marines. Jfc vas released recently and will re- urn to take up his work on the 'acuity. ; ; fhr«« bthirt N«w The other three new teachers ore James Oddcn, who was grad- lated from North Dakota State Teachers College at Valley City, f,lX ills home Is in Fergus Falls, rtinn. Ralph Arnold was graduated rom St. Olnf College, Northfleld, Minn., majoring in music, Robert Tucker is a graduate of Iowa vState 'ollcge, his home being at Cedar 'alls, The teaching staff is as follows: 3ona!d Southard, superintendent; (i. BaHoy, principal; F. 0, Vlendc, social science, football and rack; Ilartwick Uoslicn, mathematics, science and visual education; Ralph Arnold, band, music; James Oddcn, industrial arts, Engish ant! girls' basketball; ftobert Vorclioln, science, physical train- ng, and basketball; Elizabeth Southard, typing, shorthand, II- rary; Marjorle Culver, home economics, bookkeeping, business .raining and arithmetic, Robert Tucker, seventh rfncl eighth grades; Helen Smead, seventh and eighth grades; Estella Rk'koff, sixth grade; Elizabeth Williams, fifth grade; Marie Folk- crts, fourtirgradc; Aurelia Kcrnan, third grade; Bernadctte Happ, second grade; Winifred Dickinson, first and second grades; Dorothy Hovel, first grade; Lulu Field, kindergarten; 2oln G a r n a s s, special education and grade mii sic; Kuthryn Mason, secretary, Two Custodians Merle Bartcsuk and Mildred Newgiml will have charge of the custodian work. The hot lunch program is in charge ; of Ann Richards, Ingaborg Stauner arid Mar- cclla Calkins. : · ' · · : · · Louis Schneider is bus mechanic rind driver of one. Other drivers arc John Barta, Eddie Kamish and Evretle Boutclle. Cltirksville School Opening Date Aug. 25 CLAflKSVILLE--The Clarksville school will open Aug. 25. The following are the teachers for the coming year: · · Superintendent and a I g c b r a, Vern Troupe; shop, physics and geometry, Robert Hundy; band and science, Arthur Stocks; Kng- lish and dramatics, Stella Whitlcn- baugh; coach and social science, John Boyd. \ : -: Vocal music, C'elia Keller; eighth grade, Xoc Chambers; seventh grade, Clara Wilson; sixth grade, Ava Radamaker; fifth grade, lone Hardy; fourth grade, Veldn Peters ; third grade, Frieda Hanson; second grade, .Ruth Bundy; first grade, Wilma irabcrkamp; kindergarten, Marjorie Wilson. Mrs. Alice Rhqads, Mrs. Ida Lodge and Mrs. Ella Jacobs are in charge of the hot lunch program. Officers Named by Baptist Men , IOWA FALLS--New officers of the Iowa Council of Baptist Men were elected at the annual retreat of Baptist laymen at the Iowa Baptist assembly grounds in Iowa Falls. They are Henry Christensen of Council Bluffs, p r e s i d e n t; Lin Belli* : of DCS Moincs; J. RusscIL Veatch of Centerville, ;E ( u g e n c Christensen of Harlan, vice presidents; C l y d e Inman of Keokulc, secretary-treasurer. Nearly 200 men from all parts of the state attended the two-day meeting which was sponsored by the Iowa Council of Baptist Men in co-operation with the Iowa Bap- iist convention and the Northern Baptist Convention. MICRONIC HEARING AIDS On FREE nDffV Allf V 61AA IF You LIKE IT KEEP IT . . . IP PRICE ONLY $100 YOU DON'T . . .RETURN IT. · BATTERIES AND SUPPLIES FOR ALL MAKES DR. J. H. LEPPER 28 First S. E. Hearing Aid Specialist Mason City GLOBE - GAZETTE CLASSIFIED ADS PAY DIVIDENDS! TRY ONE TODAY! A Store-Wide Event Featuring Extra Values in Home Furnishings Now's the time to make your home ready for Fall and Winter, if you relish special low sale prices. Throughout our store . . . In every department . . . you'll find Extra Values on brand new furnishings of dependable quality. Here are just a few examples of how you can save. TERMS TO FIT YOUR BUDGET 5 piece Chrome Dinettes . . . 69 95 2 piece Living Room Suite 1 59 50 Hide- A way BEDS 169 50 New Shipment TUB CHAIRS Top Quality Friexe Covers in a Wide Choice of Colors. Regularly Priced at $79.50. AUGUST SALE PRICE TYiUe OUU11.B Ul 59 50 DOUBLE DRESSER and BED COMBINATION CHOICE OF 3 POPULAR FINISHES . . AS LOW AS 50 122 Tyler-Ryan Furniture Co. A L W A Y S F I R S T Q U A L I T Y ! FARTHER AT PCNNEY'S! REVERSIBLE BOYS' JACKETS 7 90 Interesting check on one side, long wearing gabardine on the other. Several colors to choose from. Sizes 8-18 BOYS' RICH-TONED CORDUROY SPORT COATS 8 75 Boys' Sturdy T-Shirts and Briefs 5.9' 59' T-Shirts Briefs The T shirts are made of snowy-white flat-knit combed cotton. The briefs are combed colton with elastic waist, and legs for comfortable fit. Both exceptional values! Sizes 10 to 16.. 4-6-8 sizes .49c Handsomely tailored, fully rayon lined' : sport coats -in many colors . . . new two- button model fits smoothly, looks smartl Styled with three patch pockets in firm- textured, long-wearing cot- ton'corduroy. Sizes 10-20. 29 SECOND S.E. FREE DELIVERY PHONE 3910 YOUNGSTERS SHIRT 'N SLACK SET Only 298 Bright idea for budget-minded moms. Just luck your lively young f r y into these! Long- sleeved striped cotton; knit polo shirts team up at Penney's with pinwale corduroy boxer longies . . . both are only 2.981 Sets also in washable rayon slipovers with waist-hugging knit bottoms in short or long sleeves -- the pants are durable cotton twill boxer jeans. Many- color combinations. Sizes 3-8. · · Downstairs Stort · GIRLS' PANTIES .. V , " / Woven Plaid Front Sport Vests 198 Sharp-colored rayon plaid front with combed cotton knit back sleeveless jerkin to spark up your favorite suit or,sport coat. Silver plaid/ silver trim, blue plaid/maize trim, red plaid/camel trim. S, M, L. Boys' Rayon- And-Nylon Gabardine Slacks 4 98 · extra long wearing! · washable! · crease resistant! · heavy duty gabardine! · wide range of colors) · Sizes 10-18. See them! · Downstairs Store · 39 They're a smooth sturdy blend of cotton-and-rayon. Dainty lace trims . . . elastic legs and waist. 4-16. Cotton Slteveless Vesti. White . . . . 39c GIRLS' ANKLETS 29' Whitel Pastelsl D a r k shades! Every color she needs! Sturdy mercerized cottons with nylon reinforced heels and toes for extra wear! Smart ribbed crew socks, sizes 7 to 11. · DOWNSTAIRS STORE · PENNEY'S STORE HOURS DAILY 9 TO 5 . . . . . FRIDAY 9 TO 9 Girls' Checked Coat 16 75 All wool checks with velveteen touches like the collar lining . . . young and cute. Lots of good colors . 7 to 14. · Downstairs Stor* ·

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