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August 26, 1952

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 17

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--News of Yoi/r CLEAR LAKE NEIGHBORS Mmes. Edith Naylor and Cecil Martin arrived homo Saturday from a vacation trip to the West coast. New Fall Rayon Suits--$19.95 to $25 at Hanson's. Unusually fine bargains. Daughters of the Land 4-H Club will hold no August meeting, officers reported, Waitress wanted, steady. Halford's Cafe. Mrs. Alice Dutro, 82, IS'A S. 4th St., tripped and fell Sunday afternoon, breaking her right wrist. Boy your new fall coat at Hansen's and save the difference. Mrs. John Lund, with two sisters, Sirs. Clyde Martin and Mrs. Dessyc M linger, all of DCS Moincs, are visiting her son nnd daughter-in-law, 'JMr. and Mrs. Wayne E. Lund, 135'/Fletcher Drive, this week. Best buy in town. Parker Pens, S5.75, others $3.50 up. Owen Jewelry Gifts. « The All Vets C l u b Softball team defeated Scverson's Excavators, city champs, 14-12 nt Lions Field Saturday night. Games continue every evening this week to com plete (he second round of the sum mcr series. Unusual colors and designs ii scarfs at Hanscn's. Mr. and Mrs. Milo KTiutson anc two children, LaCrosse, \Vis., spen the weekend with the former's pa: ents, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Knutson Mrs. L. E. Newcomer, Lon Beach, Calif., formerly ot Masor City, is visiting this week at th W. H. Boyd home, 1G N. 12th St Friends may contact her hy call in 772-.T. M a g n u s Johnson was second an Allan Patlon, third, in the snip class boat race al Kock Cree Lake Sunday. Bob and Jac O'Brien, Council Bluffs, won firs Others attending the races wci L. V. McKee and Bob Sloylcs Jr Clear Lake, and Jim Larson an Bob Sunday, MarshaIItown. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Gilchrist an f a m i l y , Ft. Worth, Tex., left Sun d a y after visiting t h e former mother, Mrs. It. Gilchrist. Bit and Spur Club held a picn Sunday at the Hodco Grounds. Calf roping and races formed the afternoon program. The next meeting is at City Hall,'Sept..8. Mr. and Mrs. John Anderson returned Sunday after v a c a t i o n i n g at Denver, and Estes Park, Colo. En- route home they visited friends in Sidney, Ncbr. Mrs. John ( E v e l y n ) Hornberger and Liane and .Judy, '1139'/'j Merle Hay, Dos Moincs, spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Hansen, and mother-in-law, Mrs. Mary Ilornbcrger, Mason City, and witli relatives friends at .Clear Lake. Mrs. C h a r l e s Pinckney returnee Monday evening from DCS Moincs where she visited her brothcr-in law, Dr. E. IT. Goodscil, and Mrs Goodscll; his daughter, Mrs. D. L Peterson, With Mr. Peterson anc -Gazette James R. Gilruth Chosen C. of C Managing Secretary BEFORE AND AFTER--A modern street Lock photos program has been installed in downtown Clear Lake under a contract between the city of Clear Lake and the Peoples' Gas and Electric. The pictures, taken before and after the installation, were taken on Main Avenue, looking- toward the lake. With this installation Clear Lake joins a growing mnn- ber of well-lighted towns and cities in this region. The- installation consists of 52 Mercury Vapor Luminaires mounted on ti-ineh ornamental steel poles 2ti feet high, served from underground circuits and automatically controlled by an electric eye. ' C L E A R LAKE-- James . K . Gilr u t h , Fort Dodge, formerly of Clear Lake, has been chosen managing secretary oC the Clear Luke Chamber of Commerce, President .lames Connell announced Tuesday. The decision was made at a special session of Ihe board Monday and Mr. Gilruth has accepted, Con-i nell stated. Gilrulh will begin his duties Sept. 1. Gilruth for nearly five years was employed by Imperial Seed Company until last December. At Fort Dodge he was employed as dis-| trict manager of the Capital To-' bacco Corporation. Ho had previously been employed in a similar position and has had considerable sales experience. lie served as c h a i r m a n of the 1 Governor's Days celebration committee in 194!) and was a director of the Clear Lake S a n i t a r y Sewer District from December, 1950, until ho moved to Kort Dodge last J a n u a r y . He served the board as socrc- . He owns his own home at 200 1st Ave. N. Mrs, Gilruth is the former Marvyl Stevens, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George W. Stevens, Mason City. Mrs. Gilrulh was secretary to Slate Sen. Herman M. Knudson, Clear L a k e , several terms and has also been ivn em- ploye of Klipto Loose Leaf, Mason City. Sinclair Given Permit to Move, Remodel Station CLEAR LAKE--The Sinclair Refining Company was granted permission to move and remodel its filling station at the intersection of S. 12th. St. and 4th Ave. S. {High way IOC), at a special session of the city council Monday evening. Har old Johnson is present operator o .he station. N e w residence permits were granted William Walker and Chan (Her Lysne. Uuilding repair per mils were given J. P. Swanson Mrs, Ira W. Jones and Idcll Uaugcn. An casement allowing the city to go through Iho Kirkpatrick pror erty in Ihe const ruction of the S 12th St. storm sewer was accepted The council authorized Mayor R' A. I l i n t / m a n to serve .notice on Ra Allison and Ora Albright to coi nect to the sanitary sewer. JAMES R. GILRUTH ug. 26, 1952 17 ason City tilobt-GzteiU, Maion City. I». nd Mmes. Raymond Hansen, Har- kl Hansen, Edwin Estergard and tanlcy Orcdsen, Miss Dorothy 'e'terscn and possibly others. Mrs. iconard Jtihl, slate secretary- rcasurer, is unable to attend. Her lace will be taken by Miss L Kathine Andersen, DCS Moines, alter- ale. The lodges will meet again Sept. 13 when the annual fall fcs- ival will be held, Wild birds .sing only about 10 weeks out of the year. · I EVKRSILIRP (^'//it- if'tx / i PEN and PENCIL SET FIGHTERS FINED CLEAR LAKE-- Ronald Wood and Merle, Duane and Donald Broomo, appeared before C. E. Ashland, jus- lice of the peace Monday evening and pleaded guilty to fighting al Ihe residence of W. 11. Broomc, 311 N. 8lh SI. Sunday evening. Each was fined and the fine suspended during good behavior. Funeral Services for Mrs. Bokelman at Ventura Church CLEAR L A K E -- K u n o r a l services for Mrs. ,T. H. ( M a r y ) Uokelman, fl3, who died al her home north oT Ventura Monday morning, will be held at the Evangelical United Brethren Church in Ventura al 2 p. m. Thursday. The Rev. E. Al. Miller, Sumncr, former paalor at Ventura, will conduct the riles. Burial will ho in Clear Lake Cemetery. The Wilcox Funeral Chapel is in charge. Clear Lake Calendar j W I S I » N U S I A Y -- W ' o i« « r i Bolters', ' s ' o l ' t r O U I ' S O , '.I I I . H I . Lions Club. All Vclornns Jioclnl Center, 11:15. · ' ' Womi-n's MI«Umnry Koclcly ot Ev annuitant t'rco .I'lhurch, I!., St. Patrick'* j]«U(l, St. Anno clrdo, Mrs. Aiuln'w Kntuinli, Swnlr.ilntu, 2. »n Ymir 1111 Ctuh. Mrs. M n x Xlrbcl. 'J. t ' l l u m l l y Uniilun CUllJ (lower show, ItlKli school hinclnoom. 2 to B. YnHit Club millhonl rnccs. City Dock, 3. S l a l f n n l 1'ost No, 222, Amorlcnn lilim, AH Volernns fioclnl Cottar, 7. O.N.O. Chili, Men. Kullli ItftW. 30!) Bill Av«. S., U, Janet Castlo, 10, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. P. T. Castle,' 208 5th Ave., S., fell while playing in a neigh bur's yard Saturday and fractured left arm abovo the wrist, LOSERS SERVE WINNERS CLEAR LAKE--Losers in the membership contests of Iho Danish Brotherhoo'd 'and Sislorhbo'd' lodges served l u n c h for the winners a I 100F l l n l L ' Aticnd'lna llic state convention at Newell Salurdaj through Monday will be Messrs OT , ^MOKKNWAY ?ASPI*W M 1 TO * IVE ASPIRIJL.U I ASfW1N TO YOUR CHILD FOR SALE USED G.E. R E F R I G E R A T O R C L E A N , (10OT) CONM11TION OWNI-;i HV LOCAL D O C T O K . Only 580.00 T E L E V I S I O N MART C'lcur Lnke family, New York City, and her stepson, Raymond Pinckncy, and amily, Des Moines. Mr. and Mrs. Verne Lace have cased the Leonard Juhl home, (50!) I2lh St., and will move in Frilay. The Juhls arc moving to Han- onlown wliere Mrs. Juhl will teach th and Uth grades. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Loges and M a r i l y n and Karen, Argyle, are spending a few days at the home o£ Mr. and Mrs. D. W. VonSeggen. Mrs. Logcs is a sister of Mr. Von- Seggen. Mr. and Mrs. Rollin Luscomb have returned from Springfield. 111., and Columbus, 0., where they attended state fairs. They traveled the Blue Ridge Park-Way in Kentucky. Mrs. George Gilbert and son, Dick, returned Sunday evening from Fargo, N. D., where tiie latter was hospitalized following an accident in the oilfields at Slan Icy, N. D. He is reported making a satisfactory recovery. Mr. and. Mrs. Ed Markussen and Jimmic have returned to their home in Cedar Falls after spending the weekend with Mrs. Mar- ; kusscn's parents. Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Cookman, and brother, Walter Cookman, and f a m i l y . Mrs. F r a n c e s Skene, V e n t u r a , entered Mercy Hospital, Mason City, early Tuesday for care and treatment. WATCH T E L E V I S I O N CLEAR LAKE--Games and clevision show formed the program or Eden Farm "Club at the Ed Erickson home. The Misses Joan and Dixie Lee Halvorson, Mason City, were guests. Plans were made to hold a picnic at State Park al noon Sept. fi. MOVE B L E A C H E R S CLEAR LAKE--lames Council, president of the Chamber of Commerce, reports that about a do/on volunteers with a couple of trucks have moved the bleachers from the water front back to Lions Field ready for the opening of the football season. Council expressed hiy appreciation to all who helped will the work. Karl Mass left Friday for New York City where he is attending the. American Legion national convc'n lion Ihis week. St* ewart 6 House of Music" PRESENTS MRS. C. A. THOMAS CUDDLY AND CUTE! your l i t t l e angel looks l i k e a ' d o l l in her .'{-piece set of .soft . I E N A X 100'. wool fleece. The coat's f l a n n e l inn c r l i n i n g anil leather yoke keep her w a r m as toast . and the d a i n t y a n g o r a hand-embroidered trim looks good enough to cat! Si/.es 1-4 ! 29 95 Mis. C. A. Thomas, f u i r n e r l y wish Davidson Mu:;ic ("o., in now ro'vqrd department head at llu? 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