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August 20, 1952

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 13

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Three-in-One Family Camp in Progress CLEAR LAKE -- About 30 families from all parts of Iowa arc attending the three-in-onc, Family HecreatiQn. and Older Youth, camp at Methodist Camp this week. They are from ail parts of lown. Miss . Lorena Ricbhoff, D e s Moines,, and staff of children's teachers have classes for the age 4 to 14 group and the recreation group is in charge of Dr. Alvin Maberry, Ottmmva. All kinds of crafts and various types of games are taught. . The parent groups are led in seminars by the Rev. Everett Don and Dr." C. Orville Strohl, both o! pes Moines. The former's theme is "Faith of the Family" and the letter's "Joys a n d Problems of family Living." The Rev. William Ovcrhulscr, Grinnell, is camp director. ; Afternoons are spent in recrea lion, crafts, water sports, volley 'flail and other family activities Each evening there is a vespei service and some special activity Monday night it was a party am Tuesday a film, "The Rim of the Wheel." . James Uathman,-a student from ndia who is attending Southwest- :rn College, Winficld, Kans., is participating in. the evening programs. He plays the violin and ells stories to the children. A dedication service of parents .0 richer Christian family living will be held Friday evening. The camp closes Saturday noon. TRY A G-G CLASSIFIED AD CHRISTENSEN CLAN PICNICS CLEAR LAKE--The llth annual reunion of the Anton Christiansen family was held at East Park, Mason City, with 40 person's present [rom Blue Earth, Austin, Albert Lea and Lcroy, Minn., and Ventura Forest City, Manly, llanlontown and Clear Lake. Mrs. Leslie ( E m m a ) - Tantow, Manly, presided and Mrs. Donald (DorisJ-Solberg, Forest City, secretary, read the yearly news. A picnic dinrier was served at noon and ice cream, cake and coffee later. CARD OF THANKS We wish to thank our friends, neighbors and organizations foi the calls, kindly remembrances flowers and expressions of sympathy during our recent bereave ment. Mrs. Josephine Higgins anc Family Fish Survey Reveals Rise in Population CLEAR LAKE--Muhrl Linquist. superintendent of the State Fish Hatchery, reported Wednesday that Earl Rose of the slate biology de parlnicnt supervised a . survey of the fish population of Clear Lake Monday and Tuesday. A 500-foot sheet of V-V inch web was used for the hauls. A yellow catfish weighing 28 pounds and 40 large walleyes averaging three pounds each were taken in one haul. A large n u m b e r of this year's young fish, many bullheads and yellow bass also were found. Several northerns averaging two pounds were taken. nine gills arc showing an increase and there were quite a few crappics, both this year's crop and yearlings. As there has been plenty of feed this year, all fish are looking much better fed, Linquist said. · HERE'S A MOST OUTSTANDING BUY IN MEN'S AND BOYS' LINED G A B A R D I N E J A C K E T S ! ! G«r ready for fall with these fully satin lined, sanforized, zipper front jackets. Idea! for dress or school wear. Vat-dyed in a choice of attractive, wanted colors. Water repellent. Men's Size . Boys' and Girls' Siie Children's Regular 53.95 School Oxfords. $2.79 High Quality High Shoes $2.98 Boys' Gabardine Dress Pants . . . $1,98 Boys' Popular Cargo Pocket- Fatigue Pants . . $1.98 Children's 1st Quality SWEAT SHIRTS Fleece Lined 119 SOUTH FEDERAL -- OPP. BAND BOX The Farmer's and Workingman's Siore MASON CITY c o r d u r o y capers . . . copy cats for big and little sister's school days A. Separates (hat make a suit . . . l h a l n m l i n c wilh the rest of your wardrobe. Pleated and fl.ircd S K I N T with elaslic bnclt for perfect fil. Green or red 7 Co )!. S3. ^ to 6.v, i.flS. The U N L I N K D .TACKRT. a K.iy matrh sl.vlprl "ilh a dnuhle rr%v of bright buttons down the front, easy f i l l i n g , ntppctl-in waistline. Red or green. 7 to 1 1 , f».l),V .1 to fix. J.V B. Ullle slsler P L A I D C O R n U R O V SEPAflATIiS. Plealcrl front Akirt \vith two patch pockets, adjustable suspenders. Red or Krccn p l a i d . 3 to fix. ?.OS. Sleeveless Vest with a ilonhle row of h r l R l i t buttons down tho front. Red or green plnid. Also solid color red or green. 3 Io 6x. 1.83. Cotton broadcloth mouse w i l h Pelcr Pan collar, crisp embroidery trim. White. 3 Io Jx or 7 to M. '.'.M. C. Deep front ronlnroy wosklt with lurn-bacK tuxedo effect. Golrt button trim. Orccn or red. 7 Io I I . a.!18. · jacket, 7 to 14 5.95 3 to 6x 55 · weskit, 7 to 14 2.98 3 to 6x 1.98 · skirt, 7 fo 14 2.98 3 to 6x 2.98 Girls--First Floor Mail Orders Welcome -News of You/ CLEAR LAKE NEIGHBORS Neal The Cleaners will bo closed Aug. 25 to Sept. 2 far vacations. Polio Ins. Call Don McCoy, 877J. Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Bless, 306 N. HtU Street, and two children moved Tuesday, to Smith Center, Kans., where the former will ho engaged with the Harrenslein Construction Company. Mr. and Mrs. Ludvig Wangbcrg arc moving into the Bless house. For Sale by bu., plums, cabbage, tomatoes, sweet corn, cukes. V. Fredrickson. Anklets, U pair for $i at Hanson's Mrs. J a m e s Koons, whose brother, Dick Gilbert, was seriously injured aU Fargo, N. !., last, week, reports that he is recovering sat isfactorily. His m o t h e r, M r s . George Gilbert, is still with him. Big News--you can see and fee Ihe difference with M a r s h a l l Swifts Sta-Nu finishing process al no extra cost. Mr. and Mrs. Donald O. Thompson and children, Iowa City, have gone to Cheyenne, \Vyo., to visit Mrs. Thompson's father, F. E Newell, and grandmother, Mrs. Newell. They will visit Mr. Thompson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Oscai Thompson, when they return and then go on to Cambridge, Mass., where he will be engaged in research work at the air base labor- dories. Thompson completed work on a doctor's degree at the Uni- crsity of Iowa before leaving Iowa City. For Rent: Apt. f u r n . S. l a k e shore, close in. Ph; 165W. Betty's Blue Devils defeated the Huglicseltcs, 39-0, in a soflbal game at Lions Fielct Tuesday eve ning. Woman wanted for housework Ph. 770-M. Mrs. Leonard Juhl, 609 S. 12th Street, has accepted a fifth grade leaching position at llanlontown and the family will move' to the loach'erage there before Sept. 1 Mr. Juhl will continue his work with State Brand Creameries, Ma son Cily. For Sale: G u l b r a n s o n piano cheap. Ph. 2H9. Mr. and Mrs. Max O'Neifl and Sharon, Goshcn,- Ind., are spend ing two weeks with Mrs. O'Neill' m other, Mrs. Rcna White, 715 N 3rd Slrect. S p e c i a i on grease jobs, o changes and tires. Bulk Oil," Hy. IS Janice Winterstein, 14, who is 1 a Mercy Hospital, Mason Cily, fo treatment for polio, is reported im proving. As yet she has no sign o paralysis. New p l a i d denims make idea school clothes. 0. T. Hanson Co has a fine new selection. Mrs. Walter P r a m e r , distric deputy, plans to leave S a l u r d a for Chicago where she will attend : conference of Koyal Neighbors o America deputies from I l l i n o i s , In d i a n a , Michigan, Minnesota,, Mis souri, Wisconsin and Iowa who have qualified by exceeding their quotas The conference is sponsored by the head UNA offices at Rock I s l a n d III. M r s . Florence Bridges, Def Moines, state supervisor, and Mrs Nolle Sexton, Spencer, supreme director, w i l l be in attendance. The loca.l c a m p attended a distric m e e t i n g at G a r n e r Tuesday, p u t t i n g on initiation and a demonstraUor of graces. C l e a r a n c e S a l e l Dresses for now and early fall. All reduced prices Sun Shine Shop. Conference to Close Season Concludes Series at B. M. Lodge CLEAR LAKE -- About 85 camp-- crs nnd stuff members arc at'Hish- p Morrison Lodge this week nt- ending (he a n n u a l Summer Youth Conference of the Episcopal J)jo- ccse of lown. The Rev. Bernard G Miars, Burlington, is dean of (ho camp, Youths in attendance range 'rom lOUj grade to college age. The c a m p theme is "Continue In That Holy Fellowship," a quota- ion from the Holy Communion service. The camp chaplain is the Rev. Hubert M. Wollcrstorff,' St. Paul, ind the f a c u l t y includes the Rev. cd McNeil, M t . Pleasant; the Rev. Harold MeCJeo, Jou'a City ami tho Rev. Vine Dcloria, Sioux In- Han, who appeared in the picture 'Strength of the Hills," which ro ceivcd the acndomy award for re- igious pictures in 1951. The f i l m .ells the story, in technicolor, ol lie work of the church in South .Dakota nnd is used throughout the Jnitcd States b y - c h u r c h e s , of. al! lenommations, Mr. Minrs said. List Counselors Among the counselors are the Rev. Joseph Oregon, Newton, dean of boys and a faculty member al (irinnell College; the Rev. Robert Kcm, DCS Moines, and the Rev. Jharlcs R. Fletcher, Maquokcta. Mrs. Robert Scrivcn, Cedar Rapids, is dean of girls. Other girl counselors are Mrs. M i a r s , M r s , McNeil, Mrs. Gertrude McDowell Muscatinc; M r s . Pat, l l o v o r k a Iowa City, and Miss V i r g i n i a Lee DCS Moines. ; · The purpose of the c a in p Mr. Miars said, is for Chrisliai study, recreation, and fcllowshij and to .stimulate, the younjj peopl of Iowa to greater loyalty to Jesus Christ and devotion to Christiai l i v i n g . Each morning is given over If devotions, class and study periods Afternoons feature such events as camper-counselor ball gnmcs, i track meet and a water carniva with the theme, "Over the Rain bow." Plan "Bum Hop" Wednesday evening a "bum hop' was planned with shmigullion stev to be eaten around a c a m p f i r e am costumes f e a t u r i n g Ihe t r a m p o bum motif. This was to be fol lowed by songs and story-tolling Thursday evening the campers am s l a f f ' w i l l put on a variety show. .Friday evening is the a n n u a recognition and award banquc witli c a n d l e l i g h t service of re dedication in the chnpel after ward. . . S a t u r d a y morning Hol Communion ' w i l l be cclcbrntec after which there w i l l bo break fast and breaking up of the camp the last of the 1052 season. ·· Mr. M i a r s said t h a t the occasioi will mark- the conclusion of one o the most successful seasons eye enjoyed at Bishop Morrison Lodge not only as to number of campers but r e g a r d i n g quality of leadership and program as well. Sexton Man Fined for Running Stop Sign CLKAK LAKE -- B e r n a r d Wca ver, Sexton, who ran a stop sign at 4th Avc. S. and S. 8lh St, at 4:25 p. | m. Tuesday nnd smashed his auto i n f o t h e Tcmplclon car, was f i n c e l $25 and costs in the court of C. E. ; A s h l a n d T u e s d a y afternoon. Clear Lake Calendar T I U J R S O A V -- H o t ! Cross lu m n KrrvJce w o r k e r / C i t y Mall. S:M a.m. to 12. Con Oeh- Mrs.i f i r Mrs. Berghefer New President of Oweso Club C L E A R L A K E -- Mrs. Earl R Berghefer was elected president o Lake Township Oweso Club al the home of Mrs. M i k e Anderson Tues- d a y . ' She succeeds M r s . M c l v i n Evans. Mrs. .Don Gabrielson w... n a m e d vice president, Mrs. E. I. Naglc secretary and Mrs. Chester Millard treasurer. Mrs. K l v a Nollerioke, Mason Cily, was a guest. Mines. W i l l i a m H a m b l i n , I ver Toft and Naglc won contest, pmcs. A collection of "Pennies for F r i e n d s h i p " ' w a s t a k en. Mrs. K l m e r T h r a n i K w i l l he hostess Sept. 10 w h e n the new officer:; t a k e over. * # ·* Sint; and Sew C l u b held a h a r d limes party at UK; home of Mrs. Kill a Cum m ings. Mrs. Karl M i l l e r and Mrs. K\ Peterson w i l l he hostesses Sept.' Jii. * * * O B S E R V E B I R T H D A Y CLEAR .LAKE--Mrs. G. K. Cur- hy entertained. ,1. B. Club in onor of (lie birthday of Mrs. Ed ,ong. Mrs, Gunner Anderson and Irs. Russell Roberts won prizes. Mrs. Mark Udcoh will entertain or Mrs. C. A. Uoulinc Sept. 17. luck supper, at State Park Lodge 1 with Dr. and Mrs. j; J. Henderson nnd Messrs. and Mines. Melvln Long and Dale Marsh tho commit- Ice. Dr. and Mrs. E. I 1 . Corham were guests. The next meeting will bo at the church Sept. 1C, MEET AT PARK CLEAR LAKE--VminK Adults of he Methodist Church held a pot Wolves kill about 5 per cent of Canadinn caribou herds cinch-year, says tho National Geographic Society. Aug. 20, 1952 '13 Mamn Clljr Globe-Caiette, Maton City, I». GHOKED^GAS? T H A N K HEA VENSI Moil attacks arc Just ;»c!d Indigestion. When It strikes, take Bell-ana -.ablcta. They contain, the fastest-acting Tiedlctnes known io doctors for iho relict at lusrlburn, sas and similar distress. 2M, TRY A G-G CLASSIFIED AD! Notary Club, Alt Veterans Icr, 12;15. J . n k c A l f f o LadJcs Alii. Mrs. .!, I c r t . ' l i n n . '/Mm I.ulhTnn A l i i : nchorah ir ,., i-:i Knrksim, oakwmui, 2: Kutiir.: rir ] M r s . I.cftoy S o u t h a r d e n t e r t a i n e d Ho. .Mr. Arm;ind llnnwn. 2: Allrlnnw'·,,,,, frrainti c,./i!-.l r i , , K ,..;u, HrHe. ri.il.irrm l'l,.k, 2: Arm.-i . -in Ic, P '"' ''f 01 " 1 " TM(.lll (.Jill) Wilh Mrs. Arnold Knsrmi.wn, 2on N. 1'nii si.JMis.s f l l a r i c e Kdmonii.son a 2 ; M a r y c i t r i c , M r s . r l n y i l K i m l i i i l l , inna Firsi AVC. s., V:M. Itciynl Ni'lKhboj 1 C l u h . Mrs f a r l ,tr 7 , , . , , . c ..,..,. C h a r l e s Brown, Io be Snrihiiii; u»ns Field.' .scu'mii round' o f i b e l r l at the h o m e of M r s . Soene l t'iM n "TMfil£ws'' l Knr.nmnmenl :in,l ,»t«|l- ^''· ! ' SCn ^ U "' '^· ^' r - S - M f t r v i n A l l - derson w i l l bo hostess Sept. 2. * * Mrs. A. C. Satcr was A .shower was- p l a n n e d for LaDonna J e a n , new baby d a u g h t e r of Mr. 'and .\ loot- nan, n. A m u l t i p l e belt conveyor system ffncst of in use at a Newprirt News, Va., pier:Lucr:y N i n e Card C l u b at the home is equipped to load coal into four]of Mrs. .S. O. Uacon. Mrs. J f a r r y ships at a t i m e . J K c a l w i l l e n t c r l a i n Sept. 2. j WE SERVICE ALL BOTTLED GAS APPLIANCES RAPID-THERMOGAS CO, RHONE 1542 MA$ON CITY, IOWA campus and casual fashion unlimited suede jacket colors that spin- magic in your wardrobe Luxurious casual s u c ci o | jacket cut from the finest skins. Light as air, it rpsts soft as thistledown on your shoulders -... . .. precious os cashmere to the touch. You may wear it belted or loose and boxy, finely finished wilh flat seams, covered buttons and rayon lining. 10 to 20. 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