The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on August 25, 1952 · Page 7
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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 7

Mason City, Iowa
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Monday, August 25, 1952
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Bits About 'Em Ll, and Mrs. Charles A. Kiser o[ LaJolla, Cal., arc the parents of a daughter, Karon Louise born Aug. 22, at LaJolla where Lt. Kiscr is stationed. The baby is their third child. Mrs, Riser will be remembered as Barbara Jean Johnson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs Harold C. Johnson, 305 Carolina S. E. Mr. and Mrs. Marion Spencer of Hudson, Wis., have returned home after-visiting at the home of Mr and Mrs. Frank Burris, route 1 Rose Marie Burris accompanied them to Hudson for'a short stay. --o-R E C R U I T E R T R A N S F E R R E D DECORAH - T/Sgt. Robert L Long, has been transferred to Ft. Snelling, Minn., after spending the past four years as the non-commissioned officer in charge o£ the Dccorah recruiting station. W O M 1 », 5 « » » . , , , Clean Up S A L E NOW ON 7 VOWS EXCMANGED-Miss Charlotte Brones, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Drone's of Forest City, and Erling L. Thorland, son of Mr. and Mrs. 0. R. Thorland of Thompson, were married at the Lutheran Church in Springdale, Ark., the Rev. William II. Ludwig 'officiating. Mrs. Thorland is a graduate of Norlfnvood High School and Waldorf College and taught third grade the past year at Forest City. Mr. Thorland is a graduate of Thompson High School, attended Luther College, a n d served in the arincd forces during World War II. He is engaged in farming near Thompson, j After a wedding trip to New Mexico, they will make their home in Forest City. G-G CLASSIFIED AD i 1 /2 Price Sale! WAVE 4.75 reg. 9.50 Complete with shampoo fingerwave For softly shimmering hair we olfer you this wonderful creme oil wave. Save as much as you spend. Search far and wide and you won't find a finer beauty value than ihis. Phone, now lor your appointment . . . you can't afford to miss it. haircuttog and styling $1.00-and up A I R - C O N D I T I O N E D SHOP See the Kola Smith Hour every Friday ov«r your local NBC-TV Station PUT YOUR FINGER ON THE 10O% LATEX BASE PAINT Come in. See how fast and easy color selection can he with the new jjiant SPRED SATIN Color Card w h i c h gives you a choice of 180 gorgeous colors. At a glance you'l! find exactly the colors you w a n t in this Wonder P n i n t . M i l l i o n s i n s i s t o n SPRED SATIN for all their decorating needs because it's so easy to use. · Washable! Scrubbable! Durable! · For walls, ceilings, woodwork O No laps, no brushmarks · Dries in 20 minutes ciune WALLPAPER PAINT STORE Second Door West of the Postoffice Phone 245 Convention of Auxiliary in Session Members of the American Legion Auxiliary in Mason City watch with interest the actions of the national conventions of The American Legion and Auxiliary in New York City, now in session, according to Mrs. L. U. Topliff, president o£ Clausen-Worden Unit of the Auxiliary. Policies and programs which will guide the activities of the Legion* antl Auxiliary's nearly 4,000,000 members during the crucial year ahead will be formulaled al the conventions, and officers elec- led lo lead the two organizations, explained Mrs. Topliff. The Jowa Departments of . the Legion and Auxiliary will be represented by large delegations which are expected to take a prominent part in the convention activities. "The Legion and Auxiliary conventions will be the largest nnd most representative of the entire American people to be held this year," said Mrs. Topliff. "Delegations will come from every state ant! territory, and will include members of both political parties, and all major religious, economic and racial groups. The number of delegates from each state »aml territory will be governed by its Legion and Auxiliary enrollment. , "The presidential candidates of [both parties and a number of other nationally prominent persons will present their views on important issues to the delegates. The Legion's stand on such issues as care of disabled vctesans, welfare of veterans' families, national security and curbing of communism will be e xp r e s s e d in resolutions adopted after study and discussion. "The Auxiliary will devote most of its convention sessions to planning activities for the coming yoar. Both' organizations will elect new national officers on the final day of their conventions." --o-Social Calendar MONDAY Trinity LDR-- G, Mrs. A. J. Carman, Clear Lake. Daughters of Veterans-7:30, Hi-12 Club, public party. TUESDAY WJIC-- 1:30, Mrs. Floyd Huff, 127 3rd N. W. Baptist YWA-- 6:30, East Park. CWF Group 8-(:30, Mrs. Howard M. Lee, 515 .leffcrson N.W. Tcinily Highland Circle-7:30, Church Fireside Room. West Haven Dorcas Circle-7:30, Mrs. J a m e s Allen, 2003 G rover S.W. Subordinate Lodge 22-1-8, IOOF Hall. Bethlehem R u t h Circle-8, M r s . C. J. Clausen, Rock Falls. |St. Vincent's Unit-8, Mrs. L. Schmall, 1G40 N. Federal. Golden Wedding Observance Held Mr. and Mrs. Paul Pattschull, 2l Vermont S. E., observed their golden wedding with a reception for !friends and relatives at the First Congregational Church, Sunday from 2 to 5 p. m. Group (i of the Guild served refreshments W'ilh Mrs. Earl Dean as c h a i r m a n , assisted by Mrs. R a l p h Wilson, Mrs. A, F. Vorba, Mrs. R. F. Smith, Mrs. N. B. Wilson and Mrs. K. D. Kelly. Mrs. Fret! C. Hcnom'an and Mrs. Lowell P a t t s c h u l l poured. Mrs. .Dale PalLschull had charge of the jguest book and Carry D. Patt- schull, the gifts. family, Mason City, Mrs. Ella West of Marshalltowri, Mr. nnd Mrs. Harold Lathrop of Ellsworth, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Burmeister and Mr. and Mrs. George Burmeister of Plymouth. --o-Bed Too Soft After Camp ing Sleeping on the ground can be more restful than in a bed, once you're used to it. That's what one of the Senior Girl Scouts found Sunday night on her return from Ihc two weeks' camping expedition which Ihe Troop made to Estcs Park. Her bed was so soft that she had to take lo the floor to get a good night's sleep. . The 20 girls of the troop traveled to Estes in a school bus, camping and cooking out. They had worked and saved money during tho past year to finance the trip. AT HOME IN MASON CITY-Mr. and Mrs. nnymoml'TnuVro'al home m Mason City after a wedding trip (o the Black Hills. Mrs Alitz was Arlcnc Sanvik, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Sanv'ilt of Norlhwood, before her marriage lo Mr. Alit/., son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Alitz of Plymouth. The double* ring ceremony was performed by (he Rev. F, L. Hanscom at the Little Brown Church near Nashua. The bride wore a blue nylon net over t a f f e t a , street length dress with white accessories and a corsage of pink roses. Mrs. Herman Bcrnhardt of Mason City, was matron of honor and wore a pink sheer street length dress with white ac- cessaries and a corsage of pink and white roses. Holland Alit-/., a brother of the bridegroom, was bcstman. The bride is a graduate of Northwood High School and is employed at Northwestern Stales Portland Cement Co. The bridegroom is a graduate of M a n l y High School and served two years with t h e Air Force in World War H. 71e is engaged in tiling. --o-Nevada has fewer lhan two people per square.mile. Reunion Held by Burmeisters Members of the Burmcistcr family held a reunion Sunday at the George and Bill Burmcislcr home south of Plymouth. A politick dinner wns served. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Jack Slcllen and Bob of Minneapolis, Mr. and Mrs. W i l l i a m Sletten and family of Redwood Falls, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Brakcl and daughter, M n r g a r e l Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Burmcislcr, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Ncibcrgal and THE BARGAIN HOUSE 113 South Delaware W i l l Be CLOSED SEPT. 11 THRU 30 For Vacation formerly MID-CONTINENT A i n L i N E s now 9 m f its I N T E R N A T I O N A L . A I R W A Y S for resolutions anywhere insido U.S.A. or Latin America jlji call your travel agon! or phone Hie Brcmiff office Phone 654 clean rugs and upholstery quicker more effectively FINA FOAM 79 quarf Vi Gal. 1.29 Gal. 1.95 Sponge 39c It's no problem to clean rugs and upholstery in your home with this marvelous new cleaner! In a twinkling, .Firm Foam bubbles chase out all dirt ..particles . restores colons and luster. J t ' s odorless, and oh yes, you can spot clean rugs and upholstery without leaving rings. DAMONS HOUSEWARES DOWNSTAIRS The Troop Is sponsored by the Wcsloyan Service Guild of the ·'irst Methodist Church. Girls In No H u r r y S I N G A P O R E UP--Iii Ihc first six nonlhs of this year only three m n r - ·iages of girls under 15 years took Aug. 25, 1952 7 Mason C'lljr Clnbe-CEictle, Mason City, la. place at the Singapore registry^ There was no last-minute rush by teen agers lo marry before the ban on marrying under the age of 16 came into force-on July 1, Beauty Salon Phone No. 5700 permanent designed to v/hlsk you through football Cinnes and school activities . . , you'll be the hit of the "coke set". Contour Cuta S7 Ocmo Colil Wave $1.00 $1.50 ?12 Laitollzcit Machinclcss Wave _ S7.50 * An Appointment Nut Alwnyt N'ocMimrjr -fc Via Y o u r Clinrefl Accoil It lasts months! S E R V E C H I C K E N j ROCK FALLS--The WSCS of I he Rnck Falls Methodist Church will serve a chicken supper in the church parlors Wednesday evening.;' Mrs. R. C. Crow is c h a i r m a n of the supper committee. There is sometimes a d i f f e r e n c e of about .|0 feel between high and'' low tides al Windsor, Nova Scotia; ELECTRIC SUPPLIES Appliances Repair Parts Lamp and Fixture Parts Fixtures and Lamps LAMP REPAIRING AND REMODELING COMPLETE STOCK LAMP SHADES PICK UP AND DELIVER Phone 1230 Opposite Hanford Hottl WEDNESDAY, AUG. IS A VERY IMPORTANT DATE FOR YOU LADIES! m. 27th REPRESENTING THE ROTHMOOR CO WILL BE OM DAMON'S FASHION FLOOR WITH A COMPLETE SHOWING OF FUR TRIM AND UNTRIMMED COATS. SEE WHAT'S NEW , FOR YOU IN '52 AN ALL DAY SHOWING! to DAMON'S K I 0 I t _ a xo Beautify your linoleum with QUART SIZE 2.59 Eliminate waxing and scrubbing v/ilh Glaxo; the plastic lypo liquid luslro coaling. Il's lough and long lasting, seals oul d i r l , dries in an hour. Glaxo is v/aler clear . . . apply but once or twice oach yoar. HOUSEWARES--DOWNSTAIRS air 15.00 Your Velour Profile for Fall Newest and most flattering of f a l l silhouettes . . . the profile! To make your face look (he. perfect ova). Styled here in deep tcxlc(l vclour \vtih m i n u e t si/is jet beads and a fine bit of veiling.

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