Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on August 21, 1952 · Page 28
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 28

Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, August 21, 1952
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Bi»un Aug. ' 2 1 , . If 52 )l«lir-Cait!te. Mnioii Ollf. It "Beach Play Day" Planned To Close Summer Recreation Events CLEAR LAKE-- The closing activity of the Summer Recreation .program will be a Beach Play Day 4t City Beach Saturday afternoon from 1:30 to 4, Mrs. M. W. Hughes; -co-ordlnntor, announced ·Thursday, :;' The event is a family a f f a i r and will be in charge of the Misses Barbara Luscomb nnd Juana Kny IJaum, life guards, w|lh A. H, En 'jjen arid Mrs. Hughes assisting. IL will he held Saturday aflcrnoon in order that as many parents as pos slble may aceompany their children to Ihe beach and participate ih tlie program Mrs; Hughes said. * Three nge groups will be ar Ranged: !) to 12, 12 to M and M and older. The program will include diving contests, swimming relays, sand casllo contests (for the liny tots) a n d ' o t h e r organized games, qondiicimj,' with a greased watermelon race. ' I The latter, new In this locality, In conducted as follows: Leaders Clear Lake Globe-Gazette row out for some distance from shore and drop overboard several large, well-greased watermelons. The contestants, arranged in teams, will try to bring the melons lo shore. The team which gets its melon to dry land first will get to eat the melon. Another contest expected to put out thrills is a liig-of-war between teams on rafts. Prizes are to be awarded winners in nil stunts. In case of rain, Mrs, Hughes announced, the party will be postponed a week. Although Ihis is the final organized activity of the recreation program, the life guards will be on duty through Labor Day, Mrs. Hughes said. Lines Unattended; WalcottMan Fined CLEAR L A K E -- C. A. K n a a c k , Walcotl, arrested T u e s d a y by G a m e Warden Jack Stevens and Lake Patrolman Mnrvln Hanson, appeared before Justice of the Peace C. K. Ashland Wednesday. Ife pleaded guilty lo failure to attend baited hooks and lines which he placed in the waters of Clear Lake and was fined $10 and costs RODEWALD'S SUPER STORE -- CLEAR LAKE Center Cut PORK CHOPS Ib. 69 FIRST-CUT PORK CHOPS Lb.. 49c PURE Pork Sausage Lb. 49c HOME MADE Bologna 59c Lb. COLD Chicken Loaf Lb.. 59c More people use MORTON'S MORTON SALT 2 pkgs. 19 VEL Large Pkg. 21c IN KOREA --Vine»nt J, Bark- hunt, son of Mrs. Grant Bark- hurtt, 714 S. 3rd St., Clear Lak«, has recently been promoted to Ihe rank of corporal, Cpl. Bark- hurtt entered the service May 3, 1951, and left May 20, 1752, for K o r e a , where he It with the i7°th RCT as radio repairman. Garden Glub Plans Show Wednesday CLliAR LAKE--Mrs. Karl Post- na, Ackley, will judge the Friendy Garden^Club's flower show in .he high school lunch room Wcdnes- lay, it WHS announced by officers. Mrs. I'oslmn will give a demonstra- ion program al 2:30 p.m. A silver .en will follow. Doors will open lo Ihe public at 2 p.m. Garden Club members will compete In '10 classes. The public s Invited to enter two classes: I. An arrangement of one kind of 'lowers. 2. An arrangement of nore than one kind. These are to je brought between 0 and 11 a.m. Kirst and second prizes will be awarded in all classes. No entries may be removed before 8 p.m. it was staled. Golf Women Entertain 60 at Guest Day CLEAR LAKE--Guest Day was observed Wednesday by women golfer.s with GO women attending, Uoffec and doughnuts were served at the Caddy House preceding the tee-off. Luncheon, served al the All Veterans Social Center, was followed by bridge. Mrs. Arlcigh Eddy was inedalisl with a score of 40; Mrs. John Bart- letl had low putts, 11; Mrs. G. F. Opel won on the longest drive; Mrs. Hylc Lowman had the nearest approach on No. 2; Mrs. W Hathorn, Mason City, had !ow on 2, 3 and 5 holes; Mmes. L. Dinges, Emmetsburg, and Mrs. Koy Johnson, Ashland, Wis., had low and Mi's. A. W. SchulU and J. Lane, high on one and !) holes. High score prizes in bridge were won by Mmes. James, Bailey, Herbert Jensen, Robert Stuart, S. G Overholl, K. !'. Walker, Lowman, and David Nelson. Mmes. Schullx and Opel were low score winners. Guests included Mmes. 0. Hand, Overholt, M. Mokelstad, E. L. Yeager, Halhorn, Johnson, N. Chapin, John Perkins, H. Lang, Oinges, Robert H : s t o n , Henry Ilebel, Bailey, Jensen, Robert Hayden, V. Stuart, Midge Wolf, Don Phillips, John Hayes and S. White sides. Four Score in Daniels Trophy Tourney Event CLEAR LAKE--B. J. Scannell, Omaha; Mrs. E. W. Meis, Sioux Xty; John Evans, Perry, and Mrs. W. K. Manlcy, Sioux City, won the Daniels trophy in the 33rd annual Summer Outing Whist Club tournament now on at the Lake Shore Hotel. The trophy, a large silver loving cup, has become so covered with names in years past that an extra collar has been added al both top and bottom to make more room. Two other teams of four each tied m the contest. In the pair play Wednesday afternoon Mrs. C. F, Moore, St. Paul, and J. H. Bunnell, Minneapolis, were top North and South players and Joe Hart, Sioux City, and Her man Hess, St. Joseph, Mo., high East and West. Wednesday evening Mrs. Josephine Brownlce, Minneapolis, and Mrs. Moore won the Ladies' Tro phy, a silver cup. The men's championship was won by Joe Hart, Sioux City, and Scannell. John Keefe, Sioux City, was host at a club party after the game Wednesday evening. Frank C. Burmaster, Minneapolis, was to arrive Thursday evening to defend his title to the Omaha trophy Friday morning. Names for partners were drawn Thursday morning for the Edmonds trophy play with If. C. Anderson, Sister Bay, Wis., and Bunnell defenders. Pair play was planned for afternoon and evening. Episcopal Youth Will Present Water GarnivaI CLEAR LAKE--Episcopal youth from all Iowa gathered at Bishop Morrison Lodge will present a wa- ter carnival Friday at 2:30 p.m. The carnival is open to the public. The carnival's theme is "Over the Rainbow." There will be seven acts, each representing a color of the rainbow. The carnival will be climaxed by a crowning of the king and queen on "Rainbow Isle." 6 PICNIC AT PARK CLEAR LAKE -- Messrs, and Mmes, Clifford Rice, Gratus Coop er and Homer Olinger were in charge of the Lake Township Farm Bureau picnic Wednesday noon at State Park. Mr. and Mrs Richard Franklin and daughter were guests. Mr. Franklin, exten sion director, spoke, In the after ernoon contests were held and a ball game was played. ---News of your-CLEAR LAKE NEIGHBORS Sterns to Speak at Open Bible Church CLEAR LAKE--The Rev. Verl Slcrns Jr. will speak at the Church of the Open Bible Friday at 8 p.m., the Uev. T. D. Kussell, pastor, announced. The Uev. Mr. Stern has been appointed by the General Conference' of Open Bible Standard Churches as a missionary to French Guinea, West Africa. Mr. and Mrs. Sterns will stop in 1'nris, France, to study French and must learn a native dialect, Sous- sou, in Guinea. Mr. Sterns was graduated from the Open Bible Institute, DCS Moines, in 1949 and later studied al Drake University. He was pastor at Forest City two years and recently at Freeport, 111 The Rev. Mr. Russell has invited the public lo hear Mr. Sterns. FOLGER'S COFFEE.. Pound 79 BUTTER CLEAR LAKE CREAMERY AT COST DUNCAN MINES CAKE MIX, 3 Pkgj. . . . GRAPEFRUIT 6,o, 39c POTATO CHIPS Full Pound B a g . . . . 49c SWEET PICKLES Quart- Jar . 39c LEMONS Sunkist, JAtf« 300 Size, Doxen. . . (§'*' GOLD MEDAL FLOUR. ,|Q- 5-lb. Sack I|7C PARKAY OLEO, Pound . . 29c SUNKIST ORANGES Dozen 19c JOHNSON'S HARD GLOSS Glo- Coaf Pint HI-LEX POWDERED BLEACH Package 29c Salada Iced Tea, 48 Tea Bags. Pkg. 49 Creamettes 2--^8-ox. Pkgs 25c KOOL-AID Chris Olten, 7Q8 S. l?th St., tn tcrcd Mercy Hospital, Mason City, Wednesday for care and treatment. Cord end f*lt hats by Cinderella for girls. Tot To Teen Shop. In th* second round of th* soft- bull tournament played Wcdnes- luy evening on Lions Field, the i g h School defeated Luther cague and Clear Luke Auction riumphed over the VFW team. Neal Th* Cleaners will b* cloi«d \ug. 25 to Sept. 2 for vacations. On* rick of dr*ts*s on sal* from 5 lo $10. Verna's Fashion Shop. Th* front cushion in th* Harris Red" Ostrnnder car burned while he car wns parked on M a i n Avc., Vedncsday. Some boys saw t h e )lnze and pulled the cushion onto he sidewalk. Polio Ins. Call Don McCoy, 877J. Thr** b*drm. horn* for rent S*pt. 1st, $75 per mo. Ph. 38'IJ. I Mrs. Roy Youn0*rman Was guest of Double Dozen Club al a social session al the home of her mother, Mrs. Ernest Cnrr. Mrs. James Anderson led devotions. Mrs. Hoy Wcstcolt will be the next hostess. For Sal* by bu., plums, cabbag*, tomatoes, sweet corn, cukes. F. Frudrlckson. Cind*r*lla Dr*st*i for Back to School wear. Tot To Teen Shop. Mrs. A. C. Sat*r r*c*iv*d word Wednesday of the death Monday of her sister-in-law, Mrs. D. N. Lewis, at Danville. She was a sister of Ihe fitc Mr. Sater. Mrs. Satcr was unable to attend the funeral. For Rtnt: Apt. furn. S. lake shore, close in. Ph. 165W. Mrs. H. Franks Heads WCTU CLEAR LAKE -- Mrs. Harvey Franks was elected president of t h e ' Woman's Christian Temperance Union at the home of Mrs. Walter Wood Wednesday. She sue cecds Mrs. Charles Wolford. Mrs. David Enabnit w a s named v i c e president; Miss Anna Mae Prarner, secretary, and Mrs. P. J. Peder son, treasurer. The Rev. M. E. Dorr, director of adult work of the Methodist Church of Iowa, spoke on "Does H Concern You?" A dessert luncheon was served. The next meeting will be Sept. 17. Institute Family Living Program at Punke Home CLEAR LAKE--Women of Lin coin Township organized for the Family Living program "of the county extension division at the home of Mrs. CI. E. Punke Tuesda by re-electing Mrs . Hazar Mrs. Punke Hal vice 6 pkgs. 25c Henrietta H*b«l was first, Janic* Newton second and Ralph Winkle third in the Wednesday afternoon sailboat races for X Class boats. Allan Patton, Magnus Johnson, L. V. McKee and Bob Stoyles Jr., with Jim Larson and Bob Sunday, Marshalltowi), plan to enter their snipe class boats in races at Jtock Creek Lake near Kellogg Sunday. Gigantic R u m m a g e Sal*l! Quality items, priced to sell. Big savings at the Television Mart, 413 Main Ave,, Saturday. Thimbl* B** Club will enttrtain families at n picnic in Mclntosh Woods State Park Sunday noon. The event was postponed from last Sunday. Closed for vacation, Aug. 75-Sept. 2. Mason Garage. Bit and Spur Club will hold a picnic at the rodeo grounds Sun- Jay at 12:30 p.m. The program ,vill include horse and pig races, calf roping nnd other rodeo stunts. For R*nt: Sm. efficiency furn. collage for 2. Immed. poss. Rent as of Sept. 1. Ph. 471-J. Couples Club of th* Red*em*r Lutheran Church in Ventura is sponsoring an ice cream social Sunday evening from 6:30 to 8, Mrs. Ted Wolfram III reported. Everyone is invited. $·· our summ*r drotso* on sal*, J. 1 ) nnd iip. Sun Shine Shop.. chairman and chairman. Miss Lucile Buchanan, count; home economist, e.vpiained the work. The first lesson' will be on "Egg Cookery," the second on "Finishes for Dresses" and th third on "Selecting, Framing an Hanging Pictures." If desired, a special interes session will be held on rug making Miss Margreta Tarr, Ames, wil address a county-meeting on "Us of Perennials and Annuals in'Farn Landscaping" sometime this year it was reported. The Lincoln Township unit wil hold its first meeting in October the place to he announced later. Clear Lake Calendar FKIDAV-- MclhoiliJt WSCS. circle 10, Mrs Jlyrlle Alder. 123 S. 4th St., I ;3i. Yacht Club Instruction class, City DocK 2:30. Men'i Supper match, jtolf grounds, 4:30 Softball. I.ions KleUi. tournnment: Con solution. 7:15: ch.implonnhlp. 8:30. KUcn Karm CluD, EU Ertckson horn*, SHOWS FILM CLEAR LAKE -- Jim Anderso showed a film, "The America Cow-boy," furnished by the For Motor Company, for Lions Clu Wednesday at the All Veterans So cial Center. Harold Vendeler, Washington, D. C., wns a guest o Harold Thompson; Gien Dicker and Charles Spaulding, Waseca Minn., were guests of E. R. Boyle the Rev. Alvin Prestholt of Ford Lee, and Junior Garvin, St. John Kan., of the club. PLAN PROGRAM CLEAR LAKE-North Iowa Flj ing Club members Tuesday nigh discussed types of entertainmen to offer flyers from other towns a a flight breakfast or Aviation Da for pilots. Committees will be ap pointed at a meeting Sept. 16. flying picture formed the program Tuesday rvening. BACK70 BOYS... Don't Buy Your School Shoes Until You See Our New Fall Styles in Jarmait Shoes We Have the Largest Selection Ever Offered. Only 9.95 to 11.95 ODD LOT SHOE CO. The Only Shoe Store of Its Kind in the Midwest 121 SOUTH FEDERAL FREE! $79.50 PLATFORM ROCKER Register for prizes. No purchases necessary. Register often, daily if you wish. Just come in and sign free registration slip. You d« not need to be present at drawing. T e r r a FREE! COFFEE AND DOUGHNUTS Stop In - Anytime Open Evenings Till 9 Winner of 5 PC. Chrome Set Mrs. Ira Bales, 210 4th St. South Clear Lake, la. vy£*/*^ \J FURNITURE'' Oriv* On* Mil* W*it On Highway 18 From Mason City Fores* Spruce Green Gr»Y Bitter Gr "° B\u«*»« rry Mier Wolf Sons and House Garden Say- House and Gard«n color* for 1953 a* shown in the S«ptomb«r i»«u« g«t our vote. We could nominal* any one of the 29 colon a* a springboard for new room scheme* or to freshen old ones. Come in and see ior yourself how you can elect your farotites-- It's a color landslide--at WOLFS. Joins Mier Wolf Sons Drapery and Decorating Department MISS DORIS JACOBSON Recent addition to the staff of the Mier Wolf Sons Decorating Department is Miss Doris 'Jacobson. Miss Jacobson was for four years with Boutells in the decorating division. Prior to that, her experiences have been complete, having been associated with LeVoy Studios and director of Donaldson's Better Homes and Garden Home Planning Center, all of Minneapolis. Having been well schooled in decorating, in its complete field, she will supervise as well as work in'the interior decorating and designing of new homes in conjunction with the aid necessary to remodel work of home and offices. « ' ' . : ' A student of interior designing gives her the full knowledge to help in regard to fabrics, floor coverings, furnishings and all that pertain to either a large or small job. CALL 3400 Miss lacobson will gladly call at your home and help you with your decorating problems -- without charge. MIER WOLF SONS Nerttiern Uw§'* «rvd Sevthern Minn. L«ro*tt Furniture Store

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