The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on February 25, 1954 · Page 8
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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 8

Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, February 25, 1954
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. ' Feb. 25, T9S4 ;Tttj- 'fltrtt Tilltttr M»M« CNy, --News' of your--r- CLEAR LAKE NEIGHBORS ... Dennis Preston, 4, son of Dr. »nd Mrs. William R. Preston; 1004 5th Ave. S., was dismissed Wednesday from Mercy Hospital, Mason City,- where he had surgery. He is .getting along fine. ! For R«nt: 3 large rmt., pri. bath and cntTi 500 S. 8th. Ph. 284W. J. Z. Stevens reported .Wednesday evening that the stiff wind which blew all day opened the lake from "The Island" ; to Buehlers. The ice is getting darker daily. A strip of open wuter is evident along the "town" shore.- Special for Fri. Sar. at Verna's Fashion Shop--1 table blouses £ sports wear, $2.00. 1 rack dresses, values to $29.95, 2 for $ii.oO. Corduroy raincoats, $12.00 ea. Mrs. F. G. Cookman, rather than Mrs. W. H.' Ward, will entertain Hi-Lo Bridge Club Tuesday afternoon. Local Northwestern Woolen Co. salesman. Kocourek. Ph. 889R3. Ventura's Woman's Club will meet Wednesday at 2 p.m. in the Ventura Consolidated School in stead of Tuesday at the Community Hall as announced earlier. The high school speech class, directed by Mrs. Tom Hayes, instructor will present a one act play and give several contest readings. ; Stop at Amy Lou's. One lo dresses, -values to ?39.95, onlj $10.00. Thurs., Fri., Sat. only. Wa-Tan-Ye Club, woman's serv ice organization, will meet at the home of Mrs. Paul (Joy) Miller 804 2nd Ave. S., Monday evening at 7:30 for a party celebrating the 32nd birthday of the club Officers will be installed. Refresh meuts will he served at the close The committee includes Mrs. Mille and the Misses Lois Warren and Lucia E. O'Neil. For Rent--3 rm. and bath apt., ' closets. Utils. pd. Washing facili ties. 100 N. 12th. Cub Scouts of den 2 met at the -home of Mrs. D. R. Browning and planned a cookout and adventure trail for their meeting next Wed nesday. A song was learned as a music elective. Francis Lyons liac the flag ceremony and treated. For the outdoor meeting the Cubs will bring their hobo stoves and either eggs, bacon and bread or ham burger and buns. Keith Lawyer and Dennis Low man will treat. Dance to the Country Clubber at the All Vets Club Sat. night. Poultry Improvement Assoc! ation will meet Monday noon a the Nate Miller home. Drainage Dist. No. 87 will hole its annual meeting Sat., Feb. 27 2 p.m. at the Harry Hunfley home H. H. Huntley, Chairman. Mrs. H. S. Nye and son, Howard drove to Primghar Wednesday fc attend the funeral of the former', brother, -Walter McCroskey. For Rent: 3 rm. apt., furn. o uniurn. Low rent. 913 3rd Ave. S Episcopal Men's Fellowship wil meet at Halford's Tuesday evening at 6:30 for dinner. Glenn'Wright i chairman. Financial Campaign for Lake Band Shell Opening $5,000 already received the .ional $5,000 promised, the Clear, Lake Calendar FRIDAY-- Gimp Ground Social Club, Sirs. Arthur Gilbert, N'orlh Stiore Drive, nora. Methodist W.S.C.S.; Circle 2, Mrs. J a m c i J.ane, 119 5tu Ave. N.; circle :!, Mrs. Charle* Jorjenson, 811 N. 13th St.; circle 4, · Mrs. H. O. Sandbcrr, -159 N. Shore Drive i circle 5, Mrs. Henry Myhr, 2110 S. Lukevlcw Drive; circle C. Sirs. M. A. Hinlzmin. SOU N. 5th St.; circle 7, Mrs. C. E. Person, -112 lat A r c . ' S . r circle 8. Mr?. J. V. Mahan, 804': Main Ave.; circle 9, Mrs. Alice Thompson, '210 X. Shore Drive; circle 10, Mrs. Floyd Phillips, '1123 S. Snil St., 1::!0. Children's Story Hour, public library Junior Ch»mber of Commerce, All Veterans Social Center, 7:15. Eden Farm Club, Harolrt Grattldgc home, Oakwuod, 8. CUT Council, city offices, 1 8. Anyfhing's OK When You Fight for Right VISALIA, Calif. (UP) -- Three men tossed John Cook out of a tavern for accusing them of stealing bis change off the bar. Cook stormed back with a gun. He 'fired three quick shots and made one direct hit--his own leg. Sheriff Sandy Robinson said Cook would be charged with disturbing the peace. CLEAR LAKE--Plans for a dc- rmined effort to meet require- nents lo obtain a new band shell or Clear Lake were announced by Irs. R. J. Nelson at a meeting of ic executive committee in the of- :ce of the Chamber of Commerce Vednesday afternoon. Mrs. Nelson, resident of Music Mothers Club, as been named by Mayor M. A. lintzman as chairman of the ex- cutive committee. Other members of this commit- ee are Mmes. G. W. Atkins, Ar- wld Moeller, E. M. Duesenberg F. Reynolds, M. H, Duesenberg and \V. C. Carroll. Meeting with he, committee were Sidney Halord, a member of the Park Board; L. Yeager, chairman of the band shell building committee; James R. GUruth, executive sec- ·etary of the Chamber of Commerce, and representatives of the press. A gift of $5,000 to be used to be- in building a suitable band shell n City Park not later than Jan. 1, 1955, was presented to the city council by E. E. Chappell Foundation,' Inc., Dec. 31, 1952, with the promise that the final $5,000 needed vill be given when the ba'nd shell s completed. Plans Drawn A "sail" type of band shell has chosen and Edward W. Novak, Dccorah, architect, h a s drawn the plans. The building will :)e placed toward the west end oi City Park. The estimated cost is $25,000. According to the gift stipulation, the work must be started this year. In order lo retain the acldi- com- numity must raise about $15,000. Mrs. Nelson is planning two com- munitywide projects, a dance foi Barney Reynolds' orchestra will play, gratuitously, Street Day. She is asking her own organization, the Music Mothers [!lub, to put on a musical program :or which tickets will be sold Dates for these events will be announced shortly, she said. Will Ask Help Further plans are to send let- ;ers .to every club and organization n the city and surrounding terri- ;ory asking each-one to contribute :o the fund. Since a band is mainlined each summer season for the entertainment of summer visitors hoppers from surrounding t.erri Lory and the general public, it is believed a large number will wish Lo contribute. IE any group is missed, Ihey are being asked to send in a notice and the omission will be remedied. Mrs. Nelson requested promp action as it is necessary to knov by May 1 how much money wil become available. If an estimate is sent in, the pledge may be paic later. Mrs. Nelson urged every club or group to contribute something. Members of the building com mittee are the park board, Mrs. W J. McGowan, Welcome Hollister and Mr. Halford; E. R. Boyle, R C. Stuart, A. W. Schultz, Mrs. W H. Duesenberg and Mrs. Neil SIo cum. Committee Named Mrs. Nelson is asking members of the finance committee to be ready to explain to any group re questing such information, wha the project is and why the monej must be raised quickly. This com mittee includes the following: Mmes. B. A. Morse, Ray Krug gel, George Klaasen, Howarc ,ang, J. V. Bohning, Mabel Rob erts, Roy Martin, Clarence Pres cott, J. Z. Stevens, Robert Stuart Jorald Brooks, A. B. Phillips, Ar nold Moeller, Ed Heitland, A. B Engen, Ed Lnmson, T.' G. Burns R. J. Nelson, Kenneth Cobb, K. R Rogers, M. W. Hughes, Georg Brooks, Fred Miller, J. C. Norris Robert Roseland, Alvin Nelson Glenn Thorne, Fred Huber, E. M Duesenberg, Paul Kutzner, N. B Rice, Fred Opel, David Enabnit Powers Howe, Philip Litzel, Ceci CARD OF THANKS I wish to thank everyone who remembered me with cards and gifts vhile I was in the Mercy Hospital nd since I've been at home. Also 3r. M. Brownstone and Dr. C. V. Hamilton and Bud Pritchard for he Garner Leader. Mrs. F. A. Tienan. POSTMAN'S HOLIDAY i CLEVELAND, 0. (UP) -- The newly; appointed postmaster, Joseph S. Frantz, a postal c a r e e r man, really'takes his work seriously; He not only puts in his 40 hours per week, plus, but he gives much time to a hobby--collecting stamps. Millard and James Connell. The Misses Catharyne Cham jers, Ida Clack and Margaret Ers iunc. Edwin Callanan, Ronal Mosher, E. M. Duesenberg, Rob'er Ingersoll.JL D. Wilcox, F. C. Lov ell Jr., James Connell, Harry O son, T. L. Sears, Robert Buck, E Lamson, A. M. Pugh, Dr. K. R Rogers, Louis E. Schulor, C. A Knutson and Douglas Sherwin. The lighting committee include Dr. G. H. Clough, E. L. Yeage N. B. Rice, John Baago Jr., an William Coffin. The sound com miltee is made up of Otto B. P tersen, William L. Brown, Sam Erwin, A. B. Engen and Ludv: Wangberg. CHAPIN--The Rev. H. L. Sherman : : is ^spending the week at Attica where he is preaching irijjht- ly for the united evangelistic movement. . . ' · · ' CRYSTAL LAKE -- Mrs. Lau encc Nielsen returned home from a two weeks' trip to Seattle, Wash where she attended the wedding her daughter Vivian to Blaine AT cierson. A Complete Optical Service Examination Prescription Lenses Ground Frames Fitted Broken Lenses Replaced Dr. J. H. Lepper OPTOMETRIST 23 First S,: : 'E. Mason City, Iowa PLAN NEW BAND SHELL -- Above is the architect's drawing- of the proposed new band shell for Clear Lake. It will be located in City Park. The estimated cost is $25,000 of which sum the E. E. Chappell Foundation, Inc., has given $5,000. It Svill give §5,000 more when the shell is completed. Givic League to Meet Tuesday CLEAR LAKE--Mrs. L. A. Lcck- n g t o n, president, announced "hursday that the Civic League ill meet at City Hall Tuesday at p.m. A program is being ar- anged. The tea committee includes Mrs. . E. Chappell, chairman and lines. W. C. Carroll, W. H. Boyd, :. 0. Borton, C. S. Brager, Perry Bailey, Herman Beenken, Ada illiam Burkhart, Art Butts, Briar, Clare Coombcs, :iyde Carr, Mary Cobb and G. E. urphy. The finance committee requested liat articles ales table. be brought Jor the CARD OF THANKS We wish to thank all our neigh- ors, friends and relatives for the nany kindnesses extended to us airing the loss of our son and irother. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Kuns Mrs. Donald Whipple Mildred, Cappi, Bonni and Bri an Kuns. Buss, Cash Re-Elected Directors CLEAR LAKE -- Officers of the lear Lake Co-operative Creamery Association r e p o r t e d a $650,000 business in 1953 at the annual meeting held Wednesday in the Methodist Church parlors. The creamery produced 354,000 pounds of butter, or 16,000 pounds more than in 1952. The average price for butterfat was 74Vi cents. In addition the produce department handled 22,250 cases of eggs at an average price of 42 cents a dozen. C. R. Schoby, Algona, a past president o£ the American Dairy Association, spoke on "Selling Our Products." Richard Franklin, director of the county agriculture extension service, showed slides. Women of the Methodist WSCS served dinner for 550 persons. E. W. Buss and Howard Cash were re-elected directors. After the general meeting the directors met and named John Ashland presi : dent; Buss, vice president, and Robert Furleigh, secretary-treasurer. L. E. Jacobson was re-hired general manager; L. B. Cash, creamery manager, and Dale Snyder, produce manager. Lud'vig Wangberg presented his flute and cornet trios on the program and A. B. Engen, the seventh grade chorus. PTA Honors Presidents of Past Years CLEAR LAKE--Past presidents of the Elementary School PTA, Mmes. W. H. Duesenberg, John Roseland, Peter Miller and M. L. Knutson, were honored at the February session at Lincoln School Wednesday afternoon. Each received a corsage. Mrs. Fred Opel, current president, read a tribute, "To Each a Part." Mrs. Duesenberg spoke briefly of the history of the local PTA. Mrs. T. E. Sondrol, program chairman, introduced Sarah Bower, Sally Stoyles, Judy Klinge and Barbara Woker, Girl Scout Troop 5-B, who gave a playlet, "Youth Takes a Hand." Mmes. T. tJ. Burns and M. H. Duesenberg are leaders of Troop 5-B. Mrs. Miller .led devotions and read "Ten Commandments" from the PTA Magazine. Children of grades 1, 2, 3 and 4, directed by Miss IJernice Weise, vocal music instructor, sang three numbers for the program. A letter from the PTA was read thanking the city recreation com mittee for the skating rink main tained on the Lincoln Schoo' grounds the past winter and ex pressing a hope that another mighl be established in the north pari of town. next year, with warming house and benches. Mrs. Opel announced that she hoped that members would suppor the Crusade for Funds for Radio Free Europe. The Pre-School Study roup will meet at the home of VIrs. Ralph Sccory next Tuesday for coffee. Mrs. William Shaffer, Mrs. C. P. Breheny and Mrs. John Perkins were named ;. nominating committee to report in March. Carl Belts, speech therapist, will be Ihe speaker for an evening meeting March 24. The. Founder's Day collection was $8.21. Attendance prizes were won by Miss Arlotte Carlson's first grade at the Lincoln School and by Miss Helen Johnston's seventh grade, Junior High. Third grade mothers, Mrs. John W. "Joe" Jensen, chairman, served refreshments. Don Trower, 53, Dies in Montana · C L E A R LAKE--J a m e s A Trower, 809 N. 9th St., has received word of'the death of a son, Don Trower, 53, Feb. 16 at Scoby, Mont. He is survived by his wife and two children, his father and a sisler. The elder Mr. Trower, who also has been ill for several weeks, is now able to sit up a few minutes daily. Mrs. Charles Hay, Margaret O'Neill, Dies in Philadelphia CLEAR LAKE -- Relatives and friends have received word of the sudden death Feb. 15 of Mrs, Charles Hay, nee Margaret O'Neill, Vancouver, B. C., in Philadelphia Pa., where she was visiting her sis ter, Mrs. Harold (Eleanor) Morten' son. Burial was in Vancouver. Mrs. Hay lived in Clear Lake many years ago. She was a sister of the late Ned O'Neill and an aunt ot Don O'Neill. Besides her sister, Mrs. Mortenson, Mrs. Hay is survived by four other sisters, Mrs. Sidney W. (Gertrude) Persons and Mrs. Paul (Ada) Fowler, Los Angeles; Mrs. Will (Minn) Huff, Grinnclt, and Mrs. John (Jessie) Sledel, Scranton, and a brother, Fred O'Neill, St. Petersburg, Fla. _ She,was preceded in death by h'er husband; her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gus O'Neill, n.nd three brothers, Walter, Ned and Jack O'NeOl. TELLS OF WORK C L E A R LAKE-- Mrs. Elmer Pearson, Belgian Congo, Africa, spoke on her missionary work and the need of real Christian homes in that country for the program of the Women's Missionary Society of the Evangelical Free Church Wednesday in the church parlors. Mrs. Earl Hill and Mrs. S. H. Peterson were hostesses. A sewing meeting will held at the home of Mrs. Augustus Meiers March 10. Sumatra, willi nn area of 182,860 square miics has a population of about 11 million people. PRISON BLOOD WETHERSFIELD, Conn. (UP)-The state's highest per capita record for blood donations to the Red Cross is claimed by inmates of the Wethersfield State Prison. Since 1950, when the program started the : prisoners h a v e given 2,094 pints of blood, or an average of 30 pints every other week. Several inmates donated from two to three gallons each during the three-year period. FARMERS! We invite you. and your family to be our guests at a Massey Harris - Ferguson show Monday, March 1st at 8 o'clock p.m. at the St. Patrick's Church auditorium. 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