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August 28, 1952

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 7

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TO BE BRIDE--Mri and Mrs. Marl* Davis, Clear Lake, announce Hi* engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Frances, to John Mon- · aghen, San Diego, Calif!, son of Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Monaghen, 1401 ;Main Avenue, Clear Lake. Th» wedding will be at Clear Laka Sept. 20. R. Heihrichs Will Talk for Civic League CLEAR L'AKE--Ronald .. Hein- ricbs,,who spent the summer touring Europe with American Youth Hostels, Inc., on a-bicycle; will tell his experiencesmd observations for the Civic League program at City Hall Tuesday at 2:30 p.m., Mrs. Russell Roberts announced Thursday. Mrs. Roberts is chairman of the finance ami sales table committee. Her assistants are Mmes. A. R. Cain, Clarence Zook, H. S. Nye, Peter Knutson and Albert Christenson, The nominating committee, Mmes. Leiand Patterson, George Urbatsch and Herschel Murphy, will report and officers will be elected during the business meeting. Mrs. Roberts reminded members to bring articles for the sales table. Tea will be served. RODEWALD'S SUPER STORE -- CLEAR LAKE VACATION SPECIALS! Super Values to You, Our Customers, Before We Close Our Store Sept. 1st, to Go on Two Weeks' Vocation. Roth's ROAST NONE HIGHER Ib. 59 Pure GROUND BEEF, Ib. 49c Lean, Center Cut PORK CHOPS, IB. . . 69c Home Made BOLOGNA, Pound 49c Batter-Nut COFFEE... Pound More people wse MORTON'S MORTON SALT 2 pkgs. 19 --'-News of Your-CLEAR LAKE NEIGHBORS Mr. «nd Mrs. William McftUhwt, Donna and Judy, Hartford, Conn., and Mrs. R. F\ Redmer, Torring- to/i, Conn., were recent guests tl the home ot Ernest am) Miss Leta Schultz. , -' H.lp Wanted: Cook .nd dishwasher, exp. Apply in person. Peterson's Drive In Cafe. Mr. and Mrt. Arlo Olson, D*t Moines, ( are spending a few days with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Olson. H*lf» W«nt«d: Part tint* steady. Coffee Shop., Tht Yacht Club's Wadrwsday sailing races were postponed until Thursday because of the high wind Wednesday. For jUnt or $·!·: N«w and us«d accordions. Lessons starting Sept, 2, Tues., at 20 N. 3rd, back rooms. Mrs. Potter. Th« R»v. and Mrs. Kannath Shelly and family, Miles City, ifont., were recent guests at the 'lalcyon Bahiock cottage. For Sala: Auction Co. Cafe. St* Mrs. Amundson Fri. at,sale. Lincoln Townfhip Farm Buraau vill meet nt the Djuren school - lousc Friday evening at 8 with he Boys and Girls 4-H Clubs in charge of the program. They will also sell refreshments at the close. Modern two bedroom houst to ent. 1509 South Shore Drive. CUir Laka Auction dafaatad tha Bakery men in the softball game it'Lions. Field Wednesday evening. The game between the Businessmen and the Luther League was :ahcelled. Owen Jewelry will be closed for 'acation the first week of Sept. Mrs. J. G. Lindon will entertain Jroup 5 of the Congregational Women's Fellowship at a luncheon at her cottage, 925 North Shore Drive, Wednesday at 12:30, n half lour earlier than usual, it was announced Thursday. Mrs. Lindon will be assisted by Mrs. Henry Vol;tad. For Rent: 5 rm. home furn. 1501 . Lake View Drive. " Henry C. Anderson left Thursday for his home at Sister Bay, Wis. after being in Clear Lake attending sessions of the Summer Outing Whist Club of which he was presi dent. He was accompanied as far as Grantsburg, Wis., by Mr. anc Mrs. C. E. Ferson who are visiting relatives there. H a r l a n Reid, president, an nounced Thursday that Quarter back Club will hold the first meet ing of the year at Randy's Cafe a 6:30 p. m. Sept. 8. 3UTTER CLEAR LAKE CREAMERY AT COST CATSUP 14 or. Bottles CHEESE 2 Pound B o x . . . . . . 69c CERTO Bottle . . . . 21C TOILET TISSUE 4ROM. 29c GRAPEFRUIT JUICE, No. 2 Con A- 7V HORMEL'S CHILI 19c Large Size Can . . '.-. , Con' SANI-FLUSH 19c HI-LEX POWDERED BLEACH Only 29c JOHNSON'S HARD GLOSS Glo- Coat Pint Kool-M 6 packages 25c HAZEL ATLAS SEAL-ALL LIDS and BANDS "'u 29c KELLOGC'S ALL BRAN umu Lorge Pound Package 29c Hansen Resigns os Conservation Officer at Lake CLEAR LAKE--Marvin Hansen, state conservation officer ami lake patrol for the past four years, an npuncecl Thursday that he has re signed his position as of Aug. 31 He says his future plans arc intief inite but he plans to live in Clear Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Hansen live in the Davis Trailer Camp. THE ORIGINAL AUTOMATIC CLOTHES DRYER Turn two simple controls and Hamilton takes over the hardest part of washday -banishes stooping, stretching, heavy lifting. And Hamilton is the only dryer with the famous Sun-E-Iay Lamp that freshens clothes in pure o/one -- brightens whites, never jaela * color! Home Appliance COMPANY Second N/E. Phon* 1*2 TRY A G-G CLASSIFIED AD Clear Lake Globe-Gazette Club Women Win Flower Show Prizes CLEAR LAKE--Mrs. Earl Post- la, Ackley, who judged the Friend' y Garden Club's flower show at the igh school lunchroom Wednesday ftcrnoon, demonstrated four ar- arigcmcnls, formal, foliage, Japa- ese and exotic. She also marto ; a orsage for Mrs. O. E. Stevens ·hile judging the show, giving winters, criticisms and hclpfu' ints as she worked. Mrs. R. M. Wallace, Algona, and Mrs. Marius (Anna) Madsen, Clear ake, received special prizes, lore than $70 worth of prizes do atcd by nursery companies and lason City and Clear Lake dealers n gardening helps were distrib ted to prize winners. Eighteen members received 82 prizes anc hrce non-members received four. About 125 persons registered, in hiding guests from Algona, Em :ietsburg, Forest City, Rockwcl nd Mason City. The women made OC entries. Members served a sil- er tea from a beautifully ap xiinted table. In entries for non-members o ic club, Mrs. Irving Belseth, Maon City, and Mrs. Harry EHascn von 1st-and 2nd respectively am or arrangements of more than one incl Mmes. Bclsetli and James jng won. The types of arrangement for nembers, with 1st and 2nd place, vinncrs follow: Shadow box, Mmes. L. J. Kutchara and John Eliascn; coffee able, Mmes. Keith Holt and Elia- en; miniature, Mmes. Oseat mundson aiul Kutschara; novellj onlainer, Mines. Andy Hennis anc umindson. All white, Mmes. Hans Johnson ml Amundson; pale yellow to dcei range, Mmes. Anuindson and An I row Shcimo; pink to deep red lines. Sheimo and Amundson: ilue to deep purple, Mmes. Kelt! lolt and William Madsen. For mantle, Mmes. Ben Myhrc nd George Hall; formal table with :andles, Mmes. E 1 i a s e n ant Amundson; roses with other flow crs, Mmes. Amundson and;Hennis combined flowers with fruit o egetablcH, Mmes. Amunds6n anc (utschara; wild flowers, grass o Iried material, Mmes. J. P. An ierson'and Eliasen. Bouquet, one kind of flower ilmes.' Hans Johnson and Jame filler; m t x c d, old fashionec' iimes. ;,Hennis and Anderson flowers.with figurine, Mines. John son ,and Eliascn; corsage, Mmes fall '.'arid 1 'Amundson;' basket o gladioli, Mmes. Johnson and Mer r\n Stevens; low arrangement o lads, Mmes. Anderson and M iteycns. Flowering potted plant--Mmes Duller Bailey and Grcgor Christen sen; potted foliage plant or vine-Mmes. Amundson and Miller; gian zinnia--Mmes. Anderson anil She: mo; small zinnia--Mmes. Hall an Tennis; calendula--Mmes. Around son and Johnson. Giant dahlia--Mmes. Hall an Johnson; smalt dahlia--Mmes. M Stevens and J. B. Osnes; larg marigold--Mmes. Hall and Chris .cnscn; small marigold -- Mine Christensen and Sheimo; gladioli-Mines. Johnson and Myhre; phlo --Mmes. Sheimo and Amundsoi). Asters--Mmes. Sheimo and Ku schar'a; delphinium--Mmes. Elin sen and Hennis; pansy--Mmes. A' Stevens and Madsen; bachelor bu ons--Mmes. 0. E. Stevens an Sheimo; nasturtiums--Mmes. Am undson and Madsen. Snapdragons -- Mmes. Madsc and Sheimo; petunias -- Mmes Johnson and Amundson; gallardi ·Mmes. Christensen and Osncs .ca roses--Mmes. Amundson an ·Cutschara; rose, one stem flor junda -- Mmes. Amundson an Madsen; unusual flower--Mmes us Haugcn and Miller. The club meets at the home o Mrs. Amundson Sept. 3. Clear Lake Calendar FltrrMV-- Sailing Instructions, City TJock 2:30. City Council. Cllj- Offices, ». August n i r l h d a y p a r t y . Surf nallronm, 3 Lincoln Township Farm Bureau, rjjure Schoolhnusc, 8. TEAM GUESTS OF POST CLEAR LAKE--Members of the Junior Legion ball team an athers were dinner guests o Stafford Post No. 222, America Legion, at the All Veterans Socia L'entcr. Robert Jlcston, Mason City, former Clear Lake Il School coach, spoke of. the boys activities and the use of the pl,i grounds as set up at Clear Lake The team played 34 games thi season, winning seven and losin seven. Members of the team am Del Mully, coach, were intrc hiced. The new officers were ir charge. The next post meeting i Sept. 24. CARD OF THANKS We wish to thank our friends an neighbors for everything done fo us during our recent bereavement for the /bod brought in, the bah sitters who came, the memori; gifts and the flowers, cards an letters of sympathy sent. We als thank the nurses and attendants a Afercy Hospital for their man kindnesses. Mrs. Ward R. Smiley an Family. FOR BOYS GIRLS FIT THEM CORRECTLY IN TRADEHOME QUALITY SHOES AT ONLY Maw* Clly GUfc*-C»MU*, MtMa CUr. It. Aua M 1M9 , · ····· *^# : 1T*» 'TRADEHOME WILL GIVE VIOLIN, ORGAN K EC I Mrs. Philip K. Gchring, Davidson, N. C., will give a violin ml organ recital at the Christian Church in .Clear Lake Sunday afternoon at, 4, it was announced 'Thursday by tlio ~~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~* itiihlers' Class, sponsor'. Lake Teachers Plan Workshop CLEAR LAKE -- New and old :lear Lake teachers will hold a vorkshop Saturday after which )t. and Mrs. T. G. Burns will cn- ertain at an i n f o r m a l team in the gli scl)ool homemaking rooms. Mr. and Mrs. Philip Gchring, )avidson, N. C., and Ludvig Wang- ·g, inslrumcntal music ,instruc- or, will play "French Horn Trio' y Brahms at. the reception. Mrs. Gehring, violinist, has been asslsl- mt concert master of Charlotte Symphony at Charlotte, N. C., lor wo years and is'a member of the Mint Musical Quartet, at Charlotte. Several Cleat- Lake teachers will jarticipate in the Ccrro Gordo bounty "Improvement of Inslruc- ion Day" at the high .school Frilay. The theme is "Guidance Services" with Prof. Willis Dugan University of Minnesota, Minnc ipolis, as speaker. A. 2.99 DO YOUR BITS MEET CLEAR LAKE--Mmes. Kenneth iCcllcr and Gail Lamb, Mason City, and Mmes. H., G. Btiichtier and Vcrnon EJ/cfson were guests C Do Your Bit Club at the home C Mrs. Max Zirble who was us sisted by Mmes. Rex Rule and Kenneth Dcyo. Mrs. Leo Swanson arranged n program of games A'ith prizes. Mrs. Roy ilighsmith s hostess Sept. 10. It is believed that American In lians used the crimson juice o: .he bloodroot for dyeing their garments and handwork and also uscti t for war paint. Mr. Gchring Is. head ot the organ department of Davidson Col- cgc, Davidson, N. C., where Mrs, Gchring, nco .Betty Burns, will 'uivo a studio for private lessons. Both were graduated from 6ber- in College, Obcrlin, O. Mrs. Gchr- i n g s t u d i e d ' ' w i t h ' t h e Pnganini Quartet at Aspen, Colo., the summer of 3951. The program follows: "Sonata in D" -- Corclli "Trumpet Voluntary" -- Purcoll "Three Chorale Arrangements" --. Bach. 1. "O Sacred Head" 2. "Jcsu, .foy of Man's Desiring" 3. "A Mighty Fortress · Is Our God." "Noel, With Variations" -- Daquin "Kol Nidrel" -- Bruch "The Musical-Clocks" -- Haydn "Berceuse" -- Vierne "Carillon" -- Vicrne "Praeludiurn" and "Allegro" ~ Kreisler. D u r i n g the intermission a freewill offering will be taken for the organ fund. DRAPE CHARTER CUEAR LAKE--Afembers of Tina Rcbekah lodge draped the charter in memory of. the lat'c Mrs. John Dcvancy at IOOF Hull Tuesday evening. Mrs. Russell Roberts reported on serving dinner for the Smiley family. Mrs. Odessa Dixon, Charles City, delegate for district 34, was introduced and spoke briefly. Mrs. Mahle; Roberts served supper for the endowment committee, Mrs. -J. C. Norris is ! chairman of the September serving committee. The next, meeting is Sept. 9. F R I D A Y AND SATURDAY Get acquainted ivith Buy one Sundae -- a n y flavor. Get another The most untaluingly delicious frozen dcliglit you ever tasted. ALL FLAVORS -FINEST TOPPING - INCLUDING FRESH FRUITS IN SEASON Locally Owned Nationally Advertised Nationally Supervised WEST ON HIGHWAY 18 EDGE OF THE CITY LIMITS NEAR FELKER'S GROCERY Sturdy sho«s of fine materials constructed over scientifically made roomy lasts for growing feot. Choose from soft pliable elk leathers in brown or wine, long wearing soles. A. Brown and white saddles, sizes 8'/2 to 3. B. Wine Elk ghillio oxford, sizes 8l/ 2 to 3. C. Burgundy elk western bucklo oxford sizes 9 to 3. Free souvenirs for ttio children. . B.2 C.2.99 FOR ACTIVE BOYS Smart styles in leather shoe* "Just like Dads". Specially built for rough wear and comfort. Sizes 3'/2 to 6. Juulehome Shoe* OPEN FRIDAY EVENINGS TILL t P. M. L o w e s t Pr,ci5 f o r Q U A L I T Y F O O T W E A R It So. Federal Phone *12 Mat«n City, Iowa TRADEHOME $0 Much Value! For Such a Uft/e Price/ B. 3.99 C. 3.99 D.3.99 Youthful styles in oWr*- abla material! and colors for .your school life--at a price to pleas* your budget. Choose from soft pliable leathers, cushion crepe soles, wedgies, saddle oxfords. Sites 4 to 10. AA, A, B, C widths: A. Popular penny · footer. B. Wedgie' penny loafer. C. Crep« sole loafer. D. Blacit and whit* sad. die oxford. OPEN FRIDAY EVENING TILL 9 P. M. S/ux* 18 So. F«d«r»l Phww *1J

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