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August 28, 1952

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 9

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D. L Rowson Talks to Lions Soys Police Need Radio Equipment CLEAR LAKE--D. L. Row son, chief of police, discussed the police department communication system for Lions Club Wednesday noon at the . All Veterans Social Center. Chief Rowun told of the need for radio equipment in order to patrol the city better. The annual Lions-Rotary golf natch will be played next Wednesday at 4 p.m. Dinner will be served at the AVSC at 7:30. The reculari noon meeting will be held. Judge Garwin, St. Johns, Kan., was a guest of the dub; John Os mussen, Mason City, of,Tom Nelson, and the Rev. S. Moore Gordon, Haviston, Ont., and Dr. Robert W. CUck, Alma Mich., of M. W. Hughes. , TILLS OF WORK CLEAR LAKE--Miss. Helen M. Lemke, Garner, told of her work with Youth'Home Missions in the Middle West for 'the Mission So ciety of the Evangelical Free Church at the home,of Mrs. Gus Meier, Swatedale. .Mrs. Marinus Mortenson assisted the hostess and Miss Vernelda Nelson led devotions. The next meeting is Sept. 24. IOCK COMtS OUT or WIDOIMG MAIOB Clljr C,lob«.C»i«U«, Main* City, U. Aug. It, 1952 Ad No. 1346 Cfr89 !m«)-6~in. x 63 lines-Newtpiperi, 19S2-D-52-LW Labor Day Coming Sept. I £! Get Your BRAINY PLANE--America's newest jet fighter, the Locheed F-940 Stnrfire( foreground) is.ti lot "brainer" than its predecessors. The new jet has no guns bi;t packs %\ rockets in its nose that are fired by the 1,2000 pounds of. electronic equipment carried in the plan. The F-940 also seeks out its foe, figures, course and speed and aims itself electronically. · " 2 High School Girls Paint Garage Murals LAKEWOOD, .Calif. Wl--Two 17- year-old high school girls found some left-over house paint and turned it into life-Sized Hawaiian murals on their garage. Both girls, Jeanelte Wallace and Pat Brchm, arc art students and their handiwork has received numerous compliments. In fact, says Pat, a neighbor has hired them to do murals on three sides of his patio. No mar* twining from wd« to lid*. Tlw pa*w**d Lodr U Hw lang-n*MUi : MW ting dwlgo wKkK k**p both ' mounted with brilliant qualify diamond* . . . valu« beyond cOOTvorat Pritid from $100 The Smartest COATS Are at the TERMS GOODMAN'S JEWELERS . . . DIAMOND IMPORTERS Cormr F«d»r«l «nd S«t« M«on City TRY A G-G CLASSIFIED ADI Mrs. John W. Anderson Is · . * ' · ' * Women Golfers' President CLEAR LAKE -- M r s . John W. Anderson was elected president of Clear Lake Women Golfers for 1953 following golf and luncheon at the All Veterans Social Center. Mrs. D. J. Woodworlh was : chosen vice president; Mrs. K. F. O'Dea, secretary, and Mrs. R a y . McGownn, a-casurcr. Mrs. Keith Raw is retiring president. It was voted to play two more Wednesday mornings. Of 35 women playing, Mines. Arleigh Eddy won for low score and Mrs. Jack Winklcr, high, on 1, 3 and 5 holes. Mrs. M. A. Hintzmar won the blind bogey with a score of 52. Plans were msjcle for a two ball foursome Sept. 7. Tcc-off lime will be 2 p.m. A potluck supper wit follow. The Mason and Dixon line'was marked originally by milestones every fifth one showing on one side the Penn family coat of arms am on the other that of Lord Ball! more, the disputcrs who had the line marked. 102 SOUTH FEDERAL PHONE 860 'WITH LAVISH FUR-TRIMS Rich new thade* 68.00 Misses' size*', Dytd-mormot, dyed-wWt« fox, beaver or dyed- panian-lomb giva these Coats an air of luxury. In all- wool wed**, nov«W«, zibeline-f)e*ces and poodle- Cloth*. All beautifully styled for autumn 1952. VALUE-PACKED CORDUROYS Bright thades »J.7O MIMSBS', Juniors An exceptional group of fine pinwale corduroy Dreste* that look so much more than their low price. Soft, feminine detailing. Many with full swing skirts; rich low trims, big pockets. Sizes 9 to 15,12 to 18; MRS. JOHN W. ANDERSON Business Places Close Labor Day CLEAR LAKE--Hollis D. Engle, chairman of the merchants' committee of the Chiimber of Commerce, stated Thursday that the committee recommends that all business places, stores and offices be closed all day Labor Day. He anticipates .that the majority will take a holiday, The bank, the Chamber of Commerce office and the Public Library will foe closed, officers said. The postofficc will give neither city nor rural deliveries but outgoing mails will be dispatched as usual. As the Mason City Globe-Gazette will be published early in keeping with the liolidny 'schedule, all copy intended for Monday's publication should reach Uie editor by (i p.m. Sunday. Only death notices will be taken later. Students Offer Drama Classics VERONA, Italy W--In (.he second D c l p h i u d , university students from eight nations will present classic d r a m a s at the famed Roman theater here. The Delphiad--n drama Olympics --aims la unite univeVsity students and bring them in contact with the eat poetical theatrical 'trends. The first Delphiad was held in Mainz in 1950. H will be held every two years. The activities of the international Delphian .Institute are undo' the sponsorship of the (J. N. Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization and the governments of the countries concerned. Woman Partial to Postoffice Pens RIVERBANK, Calif. OB--Postmaster Julian Bordona says he has now heard everything. A woman asked him where she could buy some poslofficc pens because "theyr'c the finest pens I've ever used." Wetterling Clan Holds Reunion CLEAR LAKE--The Wetter!inR f a m i l y reunion and picnic was hckl at IWcfnlosh Wood? State Park for Ihe first get-together in 16 years. The afternoon was spent visiting. Attending were Air. and Mrs. Rudolph Wetterling and Arlie, Milwaukee; Mr. and Mrs. Norbeft Hogbin and son, Kcnsell; Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Ilotison and f a m i l y , Taopi. Messrs and Mmcs. Art Ilanna, John Hanna, Jack I l a n n a and frv- j i n g Bcnjcgcnics, M a n l y ; Messrs. l a n d Mmcs. Ed Wetlerling, Earl Wetterling, Shirley Jones, Erwin Wetterling and families, and Mmcs. Pauline Wetlerling and Mary Pcn- dlcton, Kcnton and Dick Kutzner, Garner; Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Dunlap and son. B r i l l ; ; ' M r . and Mrs. Arnold Vorthman, Hampton; Mr. and Mrs. Oswald Vorthman, Sheffield, and Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Olson, Clear Lake. i , 4 ·IHHMKK MOt. MIWKY CO^ R, iOUB «, M*h 102 SOUTH FEDERAL PHONE MO NEW BRENT TWIST Styled Exclusively For Wards Hard-wearing finish 37.95 Sizes 35 to 44 Tougher-than-ever Brent Twist has tremendous stamina--keeps thaf freshly pressed look all day long. Made by twisting two or more strands of yarn together before weaving fo give longer wear, greater shape-retention; Smart sfripes, good-looking overplaids tailored for men who demand fine detail. Single or double breasted sfyles in regulars, shorts, longs and sfourfc Buy your Brent Twist Suit on Wards Monthly Payment Plan..Convenient term* may be arranged after an initial down payment. Ask your clerk for details; L ' · · - · ·..:- · -·· ' · ' - . · / : ' -...' MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE CLASSIFIED ADS PAY DIVIDENDS. TRY OW l

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