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August 25, 1952

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 5

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Clear Lake Globe-Gazette Plan Rites for Ward Smiley Funeral Tuesday at Methodist Church CLEAR LAKE--Funeral sen-ices for Ward R. Smiley, 55, 714 N. l.Uh St., who died at a Mason City hospital Saturday evening, will be held at the Methodist Church Tuesday at 2:30 p.m. The Kev. W. M. Hubbard, pastor, will conduct the rites and burial will be in Clear Lake Cemetery. -The Wilcox Funeral Chapel is in charge of arrangements. Mr. Smiley had been in failing health for about four years. He was born March 22, 1897, at Monmouth, 111., son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard L. Smiley. June 1, 1920, he was married there to Miss Margaret Highain. They moved to Mason City in 1910 and three years latei to Clear Lake. During World War 1 he served 18 months overseas. Besides his wife, Mr. Smiley is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Maurice ( M a r g a r e t ) . Malley, Bartlesville, Okla., and Mrs. Leo 'Doris) Klein, Clear Lake; two granddaughters, Maureen Louise and Patricia Ann M a l l e y ; a sister Mrs. Suel Carncs, Monmouth, ami two nephews. He was preceded in death by his parents. His mothct died last Oct. 12. Mr. Smiley was employed b Northern'Natural Gas. He was a member of the Methodist Church and a former member of Stafford Post No. 222, American Legion The Post will conduct miiitarj services at the graveside. Aged Ventura Woman Dies Mrs. J. H. Bokelman Succumbs at Home CLEAR LAKE--Mrs. J. H. Bokcl m a n , 83, died at her home north o Ventura, early Monday following a brief illness. She celebrated hei 83rd birthday Aug. 10. Mrs. Bokelman is survived b four daughters, Mrs. Charles Mom yer. Ventura; Mrs. Claude Fortune Dallas, Iowa; and Mmes. Jame Conibear and Arthur Hammond Clear Lake; two sons, Lyle am Hold's Bokelman, Ventura, and sev eral grandchildren. Mr. Bokelman died in .1921; Fu neraf a r r a n g e m e n t s are incomplete The body is at the Wilcox Funera Chapel. Spills Nine Children Out of Motorboat CLEAR LAKE--Charges agains Lylc Reynoldsoii, Boone, will b filed by M a r v i n Hanscn, lake pa trolman, later this week, Hansc said Monday. Reynoldson was in volvcd in nn accident on the lak Sunday, Hanscn said. Reynoldson, according to the pa trol, was operating his own on hoard motor boat, filled with nine small children, about 6:35 Sunday evening near the island \vhen he collided with the Princess operated by Lewis Marine, on its regular sunset: cruise around the lake. A hole was jammed near the rear of the motorboat which filled and sank. All the children but one were wearing 'life preservers. The lake patrol boat and a boat from Witke's came to the rescue mid one child was taken aboard the Princess, Hanscn rrportcci t h a i Reynoldson said he did not see the Prin- i ) DON'T I GET SOME, TOO?--Keith Condon, 3, watchet vi.sti'ully Saturday at t h e Family Beach Party at Cleai Dike's City Beach while his father, John Condon, right, Dot Moines, cut slices from one of the huge melons used for tlu jreased melon feature of the* vfternoon f u n program. Back of Keith, Cacc buried in a generous jlice, is Johnny Condon, 9. Other joys in the picture, ail Clear Lake ouths, are equally interested in peration Melon. Eventually everyone had a piece and a few had more t h a n one. Donna Rao Jones was captain of the tiny tots team winning a wa- ermclon Saturday at City Beach Play Day. John and Jerry Hax- on got the melons for the older jroups. Winning Divers In the diving contest for boys under 12 Bobby Thompson was irst and Connie Hannah, second, ^n the swan dive Sally Ray was 'irst and John Haxton, second; in the jack knife Sally Ray was first and Dick 0. Peterson, second; in .he clown event Dick Pctersen was !irst and Jim Hass, second; in the front dive Jim Browning and Bob Hass drew firsts and Jerry Haxton and Leslie Golien, seconds. Winners in the s w i m m i n g relays crawl were Connie H a n n a h and Melinda Meyer, firsts, and Mary Burt and Celia Meyer, seconds. Foi the boys Mick Minettc and Leslie Golien were firsts and Bob Thompson and Jim Browning, seconds. In the back stroke event Mary Burt and Meliuda Meyer had firsts for girls and Connie H a n n a h anc : Cecil Meyer seconds. For the boys Mick Minettc and Leslie Colicn had firsts and Bob Thompson and Jim Browning, seconds. Free Style Swimmers jarrow race Charles Ashland an Bob Thompson were first and Jac! London and son, Keith, 3, were sec ond. In another race Leslie Go ien and Jim Browning were firs ind Dean and Dale Sargent, sec ond. In the sand castle contest Bil Thompson and Martha Koike wer winners. Mick Minctte's team wo the Uig of war between teams o In t h e Thompson Hannah, second. For the wheel- free style swim Bob was first and Connie ---News oi Youi CLEARLAKE NEIGHBORS Mrs. Chris Axelsen and und son, Thomas Richard, wore lismisscd from Mercy Hospital, Mason City, Sunday and are a I heir home, 800 Main Ave. The baby las two brothers, Charles, 7, ami atne's, 5. , Practical nursing wanted. Exp Write Box C-23, Globe-Gazette. Mrs, F r a n k Rossman, Daws; Mrs. Evert Foster, Amarillo.Tc.x. ind Mrs. Frank Porter, Chicago lave returned lo their homes after (siting their brothers, C. C. ant H. H. Huntley. Canning Tomatoes. Knapp Mkt Junior Chamber of Commerce ill meet at the All Veterans So cial Center for dinner and installa ion of officers Sejit. 2. State Vice President Fagro, Eslhcrvillc, wil ic guest speaker. Members of (lie City Council will be guests. Waitress wanted, steady. Hal ford's Cafe. Christian Women's Fellowship realized about $30 from the pie sal al the P. G. and E. Saturday. The fire c o m p a n y was called t [lie Bill Harrington residence, 71 7lh Ave. N., about 11 o'clock Sat irday evening to extinguish a ca Tiro believed to have been causci by a short in the wiring. Consider able damage was reported. Dr. and Mrs. R o n a l d William and son, Ronnie, Lake Forest, 111. are visiting the former's father Robert Williams, 1817 Main Ave and Mrs. Williams' sister, Miss Lin da rierreman, 210 S. 3rd St. Thei daughter, Helen, Chicago, is com ing soon with Dr. and Mrs. H. E Curtis, Lake Bluff, 111. Thimble Bee Club entertaine Families at a picnic at Mclntos Woods Stale Park Sunday. Union Township F a r m Burea will meet at the Harlan Toppi home Thursday evening at 8 ir stead of Wednesday as first nr nounced. Mrs. Moore New Head of Whist Club CLEAR LAKE -- Mrs. C. F Uoore, St. I'nul, Saturday wa; lectcd president of the Summer Oulitig Whist Club uL Iho Lake Shore Hotel. She succeeds Henry Anderson, Sister Buy, \Vis. U. J. Scannel!, Omaha, Neb., is vice ^resident and C. A. Hoyl, Sioux Jity, secretary. Hoyt and Max O'Neill, Gosheu, ml., won the Bawdeii Trophy in he play S a t u r d a y ' m o r n i n g , floyt nul Herman Hess, SI. Joseph, Mo., wore winners in Iho afternoon games. Saturday evening lloyt and Mrs. Moore were winners. The club closed its 33nl annual session Saturdny night. Mi ion CUr Olok«-G«j«(lr. Mminn Cllr, U. Aug. 25, 1»S2 L. Krall Winner of Week's Prize CLEAR LAKE-L. J. Krall, 414 N. 5th St., caught a one pound, 13 ounce catfish and registered it at Clark's Aug. 20 to win the big fish prize oC the week, the Chamber of Commerce reported Monday. His was the only fish registered, it was stated. The prize is ?5 in (rado at the Television Mart. For the week of Aug. 24 lo 30, inclusive, the Stuart Realty Company will pay $1 a pound for the largest game fish caught and registered at any of the official weighing stations. The big fish contest closes Sept. 27. No lagged silver btiss has yet been reported. This also will lake a prize. CALL 731 G.I. CAB LINE The beach play day closed ac- ivitics for the summer recreation rojcct. The Misses Barbara Ltis- comb and Juana Kay Bauni, directors, were assisted by Mrs. M. W. Hughes, co-ordinator. Clear Lake Calendar TUKSDAY--Ret! Crass ' h o m e service worker. City Hall. S:30 a.m. to 12. l l n p p y · Klght Cnrd Club, Mrs. .lohn Ko- pccky, 1101) Mnln Ave. Civic mixed chorus, liiKli selinol. 7:30. Methodist W.S.C.S.. Circle I. Mrs. Krank Trajjer, 101 .S. Shore Drive. B. Tina R c u c k n h Lodge, I.O.O.K. Hall. 8. W I N G O L F E V E N T CLEAR LAKE -- Mrs. Arlcigh Eddy and Victor Jensen won Hie two-ball foursome at t h e golf course Sunday with a score of 42. George Hcetland and Mrs. .loo Jensen, with 75, were high. Mrs. Keith Raw and Byrl Sykcs won the blind bogey with 50. A potkick supper was served. CARD OF THANKS I wish to t h a n k friends and relatives for cards, hankies and gifts sent me and for m a n y kindnesses shown me while r.was ill. Mrs. F. B. Benner. cess coming SEE ED MCLAUGHLIN For Auto Loans Personal Loans al United Financial Service Phone 57 . ISVs N. Federal Over Ford Hopkins Drug Store Serving Residents of North Iowa for 24 Yean FIRST with America! is America's most popular cigarette by billions! But long taforc Camel reached those heights, rcpeatcci surveys showed that ware iloclnrs smoke Camels than a n y other cigarette! The doctors' choice is America's choice --Camels. Start enjoying them today! 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