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Mason City, Iowa
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Friday, August 29, 1952
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*$ Clear Lake Globe-Gazette --News of Your CLEAR LAKE NEIGHBORS Mr. ind Mrs. Hirold WinUrsttin have received wbi'd that their daughter, Janice, who is at Iowa City for physical therapy following an attack of polio, has been placed o» the inactive list and moved to Ward B, Children's Hospital, Iowa City, She is getting along nicely. Help Wanttd: Cook *nd diih washer, exp. Apply in person. Peterson's Drive In Cafe, Mrs. Charles Davis visited her son, Micky, in University Hospital, Iowa City, Thursday, and found him getting along fine. He had a major oper a Uon (here recently. For Rent or Sale: New and used accordions. Lessons starting Sept, 2, Tues., at 20 N. 3rd, back rooms. Mrs. Potter. Mrs. Clarence Zook; president of Rebckah Degree Staff reports that the first fall practice will be held at IOOF hall Tuesday evening. Hold Private Rites at Lake Cemetery for C. F. Palmeter CLEAR LAKE-Private graveside services wore held in Clear Lake Cemetery Thursday morning for Charles L. Palinolor, former resident, who died at Richmond, Calif., Feb. 1, 1950. Dr. E. W. Day, Congregational pastor, conducted the brief prayer service. Mr. Palmeter was born in Clear Lake Dec. 1C, 1880, son of Mr. nnd MW Herbert Palmetor, and spent most of his life here. Ho was married to Miss Louise Clay who survives and now resides in Berkeley, Calif, They moved to California in 1042, Burial was in the Clay family lot. Mr. Palmeter was a brother of J, F. Palmclcr and Mrs. Cecil M a r t i n , Clear Lake, and "Mrs. William T. Carpenter, Los Angeles, Calif. NEWSPAPER CARRIERS VISIT CLEAR LAKE --Twenty-seven newspaper carriers for the Cedar Rapids Gazette visit at Clear Lake and see Marv Hansen of the Lake Patrol and Les Rowse put oil a life-saving demonstration, The carriers won the trip in a circulation-building contest. William pueas of the Gazette's circulation department supervised the outing. ' (tlobc-flazeUc photo hy Musxer QUALITY SERVICE at Katz Cleaners and Tailors 1 Day Service Everyday, If You Wish. , Call For and Deliver 27 First S. W. Phone 523 Camp Honors Mrs. Pramer RNA Convention at Clear Lake in 1953 CLEAR LAKE--A new campaign, "The Sturdy Oak," with a quota of $200,000 for the district, was announced by Mrs. Walter PHONE 7IO CLEAR LAKE, IOWA CLEAR LAKE'S Se/tvice. STATION TIRES SEAT COVERS BATTERIES WASH JOBS SERVICE H U K B ·a Those shoes could teach a tailor tricks! n ram or, district deputy, at the cgular session of Royal Neighbor I America Camp No. 7BGD, at O.O.F. Hall Thursday evening, he quota for Clear Lake is §25,- 00, she said. Mrs. Pramer, who ook the camp $1,500 over its uota in the Golden Opportunity a m p a i g n which closes Aug. 31, vas given grand honors and pre- cntetl a gift of appreciation. Several members reported on he district convention held last vcck at Garner with the Clear .,akc Camp participating. The 953 convention will be at Clear It was reported that Mrs. Frances Skene, V e n t u r a , is in a serious condition at Mercy Hospital, M a on City. Her room is 122. Mrs. ;;. H. Lady, nee Rena Grcll,- a ncmbcr who lives at Cherokee, vas present and received grand honors. Suggestions for attendance were given. Four members arc to be niliatcd Sept. 25. Club meets at he home of Mrs. C. E. Callanan lext Thursday. Mrs. Pramer served refreshments at the Coffee Shop after camp closed. Mines. Carl Johannessen and F. B. Hart arc co-chairmen for serving in September. Modern two bedroom house to rent. 3509 South Shore Drive. Poultry Improvement Club will meet at' the home of Mrs. Myrtle Wilson Tuesday instead of Monday following a noon picnic at McIntosh Woods Stale Park. Owen Jewelry w i l l be closed for vacation the first week of Sept. The Stamp Collectors Club will meet in City Hall Wednesday evening at 7:30. Best buy in town. 'Parker Pens, $5.75, others $3.50 up. Owen Jewelry Gifts. Mrs. Roy Y o u n g e r m a n , M a r y Jo Hayes and Billy Cash were guests of Busy Bee Club at the home of Mrs. Ernest Carr Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Raymond Cash is hostess Oct. 2. For Rent: Furn. 3 room apt., closet, lavatory, refrig., washing priv., pri. inside entrance, utilities furn. Minnie Tapps. Severson's E x c a v a t o r s defeated the High School team in a softball game at Lions Field Thursday evening. The game scheduled.for Clear Lake Auction vs. Luther League was cancelled. Both games for Friday night. Auction vs. Sever- Martin and Halford on Air Saturday CLEAR LAKE--Bylo F. Martin, new conch and boys' physical .edu- cation'director at the high school, will be interviewed over KGLO Saturday afternoon on the "Saturday nl .the Lake" program heard from Hold Rites for Aged Woman Mrs. J. H. Bokelman, 83, Buried at Lake CLBAR LAKE--Funoral services for Mrs, J. U. (Mary) Bokelman 83, who died 'at her homo north o Ventura early Monday, were licit at the Evangelical United t Broth ren Church 'in Ventura Thursday afternoon, The Rev, E. M. Miller Sumncr, former pastor, assisted bj the Rev, Alfred Ran, current pas tor, conducted the rites. Burial was in Clear Lake Cemetery. Tho.Wil- cox Funeral Chapel WHS in charge. Mrs. Bokolman was born Mary A, Paul, daughter of William and Frcdrickn Paul, .at Wolcoltsvltlc, N.Y., Aug. 10, 18G9, and moved to a f u r in in Lincoln Township with her parents when a year old. On Dec, 23, 1889, at Clear Lake, she was married 'to Henry Eokcl- m n n . w h o died in 1021. They established a homo in Clear Lake Township, whore Mrs. Bokelman resided 03 years, Mrs. Bokelman is survived by four daughters, Mrs. A r t h u r (Vernn) Hammond and Mrs. James (Elsie) Conibcar, Clear Lake; Mrs, Reynolds, Boone Fined by Ashland CLEAR LAKE-Lyle Reynolds, 3oonc, pleaded guilty Thursday in he court of C.;E. AshlrinclrjiVsticc f Hie pence, lo operating a motorboat in a manner lo endanger life and property and was fined $25 and costs, Charges were brought by k l a r v i n H n n s u n , Lake Patrol, fol- owing an accident on the lake Sunday wlion nine children were spilled inlo the lake. *u fl : i Mason C'ilr.Globe-G»i«ttt, MIMB C«r.._ 1 ml . ' G A R N E R VISITOR ^f, ,, GARNER--Lt-Lcbnard'-iPhiilips,'* son of .Dr. land-MrsVE^H^PhUlips,-, flew '-to; \Vash'ingt6niVD.^C.;,iand, New York on business recently. He' returned by way of Duluth, Mihh:, where' he visited his '"sister,')'Mrs." Mason Hicks;.'DrV'ahd Mrs. .Phillips and 1 Air, and Mrs. E. : D. Bun- lenbach drove to.SUllwater; Minn., lo meet. Leonard and '-bring back to Qariie'r. \-- {[·' SERVE CHICKEN ALTA VISTA--Women of St. Bernard's Catholic Church vill serve their annual chicken supper here Sunday night in the Forester Kail. Serving begins at 4 o'clock. THE BARGAIN HOUSE 113 South D«Uw«r» Will B»V ,, CLOSED, SEPT. 11 THRU tt For x .Vic«tio«v 2;30 to 4 p.m., it was announced Friday. Coach Martin, who has boon having football practice all week, will speak of prospects for the football season, probable positions for players and oilier significant items on the approaching season. · Sidney Halford, a member of the city's Park Commission, will tell of Ma'cGowan Park, Clear Lake's newest pnrk, located northwest of the Milwaukee station. Mrs. VV, .T. McGownn is chairman of the Park Board and Welcome Hollister is secretary. Improvement of the park is now in progress. The "Saturday at the Lake" pro gram originates at Halford's Cafe. Clear Lake Churches ZION I . U T I I K K A N Sumlny school, fli'15 n.m. Services at 0(30 Strum, I I . Lulhcr I.CHKIK!, G;30. George METHODIST. Announces Zones for Kindergarten CLEAR LAKE--Boundaries for the five kindergarten /ones and the time and place for each to meet were announced Friday by Supl. T. G. Burns. At the Lincoln School all kinder- garteners living south of 4th Ave. S. (Highway 10G) will riltend classes in the morning. Those living between M a i n Avenue and 4th Ave. S., will attend in the afternoon. At the .lunior High b u i l d i n g all children living cast of lOtlr Ave. N., will attend school in the morning, also all those who live west of N. 3rd St. Children who live between N. 3rd and N. lOlh, attend in the afternoon. H .B M Even a tailor can learn plenty about perfect fit from our Roblee laceless oxfords. The premium elasticized goring sec at just the right angle around your instep makes these Roblees gently hug your feet through months of wear, for business or leisure, there's none finer. leather sole--rubber heel. Comes in tan or mahogany. son's and Basket Grocery.vs. VFW were cancelled because of the rain. This closed the softball series. Rocket Action Gat for less. We honor all national credit cards. Bulk Oil, Hy. 18. , Mrs. John Perkins, president, reported Friday that no dancing class will be sponsored by the Clear Lake .Woman's Club because no qualified teacher is available. ' Move by Mayflower. Always re liable. Ph. 627 for estimate. Sunilny school, Ui45 n.m. Morning worship. II. -Sermon siihjccl: "The Now World." W. M. llubbiml, pnntor. .CONCiltliQATIONAIj Morning w o r s h i p , 11. Sermon: "Fnifli for llio FrlBhloncd." E. W. Dny, D.D., [ins- Charles (Hazel) Momyer, Ventura, and Mrs, 'Claude ( M a y m o ) ; Fortune, Dallas, Iowa; two sons, llollis and Lylc Bokelman, Ventura;\.13 grandchildren and 11 groat grandchildren; also a sister, Mrs. C. C, Dnwson, Clear Lake. Besides her nusbantl she was preceded in death ly a daughter. Acting pallbearers were V'Eorl Trimble, Lloyd Lau, George Henry, Frank D n n k b a r , Syd McGrady and Ernest Schullz. Honorary pall bearers were John Grell, Wilbur Coc, Henry Marshall and August Bilker. Mines. Orel Iloel and Clayton Lau, accompanied by Mrs. V. Kulv.iicr, sang "Beautiful Isle of Somewhere" and "Going Down the Valley." Mrs. Edwin Trcslau and Miss Lela Schitllz arranged the flowers. Women of the North Side Jolly Club,' of which Mrs.\Bokelman Avas a member, prepared and served lunch after the services. tor. CHRISTIAN Sunday school, IMS. Morning worship, 10:50. Evening service, 8. Guy W, Car roll, pnstnr. ST. PATHICK'S CATHOMO Suntlny innMcs, 7:JO. 9, 10 nnd 1 L o'clock. in, Mason City, .Cerro County extension director, L o'c lions For Traveling Near or Far Ship or Plane - Bus or Train For Foreign or Domestic Tours --Sec-ALLEN T R A V E L A G E N C Y For Evening Appointment Mrs. E. A. M u s g j e r d was a guest of 0. H. Bridge Club at the home of Mrs. George duller Thursday evening^ Mines. Musgjerd nnd Rob crt Webb won prizes. Mrs. Don C'oyle entertains Sept. 11. R u m m a g e Sale: Quality Hems priced to sell Saturday. Television Mart. Mrs. Marvin L. Bowlin and Wi pound daughter, Linda Marlcen, born A u g . 22, were dismissed Thursday from Park Hospital, Maon City, and are at their home, 712 ;. J 2 l h St. Linda has a brother, .lawrcncc Bowlin, 1G, and a sister, Sandra Kruse, 9. Wanted: Good homes for two pup- pics. Ph. 237J. Mr. and M r s . Max O'Neill and Sandra left Friday morning for heir home in Goshen, tnd., after {pending . . t w o weeks with Mrs. O'Neill's mother, Mrs. Rcna White a n d brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and M r s . Hay Stephens. Mr. and Vlrs. P a u l Rossitcr and f a m i l y , Du- juque, are expected lo arrive Friday evening to spend the Labor Day weekend with Mrs. White. Vlrs. Uossiter, who will be rcmem- Dercd as Frances White, will he guest soloist at the Christian Sci- mce Church Sunday morning. '. J. Gerard, child photographer, will be in Clear Lake t a k i n g pictures Wednesday, Sept. 3 in your own home. For your a p p o i n t m e n t phone M. C. 1383. Bert Clark, Fullerton, Calif., and sisters, Trix and M a u d e of Calif o r n i a , and Mrs. Harold Smith, nee M a y m c Clark, Clarion, called on Mrs. Mary Bowman Thursday. They arc f o r m e r Clear Lake residents. Bert went to school with Mrs. Bowman when she was Miss Mary Thompson. ninsxes, 7:50. Contusions Satin-tiny avenlnKB, 7:30 to 0. J. J. IJuzynskl, pnator. : K V A N O E U O A t , FllEE Sunciny school, 10. MorntnK worship, 11 Youth fcllowBlilp, 7. JSVcnlng service, Thursday evening service, ff. A. D, Kurlz pastor, . . · CHURCH OF THE OPEN .IIIIII.E Sunday school. 10. Mrs. Jnim.'U S. Anderson Jr., superintendent/ Morning \vor* .ililp. 1 1. Evening service, II. TiiL-ndny evening, prnyur nnd pralfia sorvJcu, 8. T. D. l l U S B t i l l , p U B l O l - . U H U K C I I OF CHRIST SCIENTIST Sunday .school. 0:4.1. Morning wurfllilp, I I . Wednesday uvcnlnK service, H. A. renil- ing room Is matnlnlncd In the church open Wodncflclny nnd Sulurdny. 2 1.10 to ! p.m. I 5 U H C H I N A I . COMIUUNITV Sundny nchool, 10:30 a.m. It. (J. Ludckc, superintendent. r.rtANT C E N T E R Sunday Rchool. 10 Mrs. Bponco Abrarns. suporlntcrulcnl. DETIIET, CJIM'KI, Sunday school, 10, Morning worship, 11, Evening service, 7:30. Tuesdny Dkhlo study, I). Friday evening, youth fellowship. Her. hurt A. JlcnU, pnslor. FRANKLIN SPEAKS CLEAR LAKE--Richard Frank- Gordo spoke n t Union Township Farm Bureau I l a r l a n Toppin evening. Tom Rich, county field man, told the duties of ii resolutions committee Mrs. Rich and ''family were: nlso guests. The next meeting Is at the Ted Zook home Sept., 24. ; meeting at the tiomc Thursday Sunday VounR pcopla'n I.UTJIIUIAN (Ventura} school, 10. Worship, 10:30 Hrfit Tucpday, ' dny .school tcnchors meet Bccnnd Dorcnn society meets nccond Frldny. Choir rehcarnnl, Thursday evening. W. T. Wolfram, p.intor. ' E V A N O E I . I C A I , U.K. ( V r n U i r O Church school; 0:30. MornlnK 'womlilp, IO:TO. Youth fellowship. fi:30. Kvcnlnd service. 7:30. Alfred llnw, pnstor. COUNT YOU OUT V/HEN INSURED BY Greqerson PHONE 3983 Clear Lake Calendar SATIHIDAV--Vncht Club inllbnal rnccn, Cily Pock, 3. ENTERTAIN FORMER NEIGHBORS AT PICNIC CLEAR LAKE--Mr. and Mrs. George Moorchead entertained Mr. and Mrs. Cletus Pitzcnbcrger, Jack and Virgene, Wesley; Mr. and Mrs. Frank Springer, Thorn- ion; Mr. and Mrs. Arthur H u m berg, Shirley and R a y , Clear Lake, .Icralyn Dodd, Garner, a n t l Mr. and Mrs. Harlis Moorehcad ant! Dale and Mrs. H. Bond j o u r , C h n p i n , at n picnic d i n n e r Thursday evening. The guests were all former neighbors. Watch colored clothes brighten up in a C A R D O F T H A N K S T wish to t h a n k all those who sent me cards and flowers d u r i n g my recent .stay in Mercy Hospita Ihosc who c a m e lo see me. Mrs. W. C. Hnrlm.-in. +1 JUTLLLtCTTL T H E O R I G I N A L A U T O M A T I C C10THES DRYER Gives Party for Arthur Johnson THf RIGHT SHO5S FOX MtH Depend On It . . your correct WALKER'S fit X-Ray Fitting 1 " 105 NORTH FEDERAL We Welcome Good Charge Accounts Engagement and Wedding Rings Priced From 75.00 to 360.00 Convenient Terms WATCHES Blctnekord^ DIAMONDS 12 East State CLEAR LAKE -- Mrs. A r t h u r Johnson entertained P. G. and E. employes Thursday evening in honor of Mr. Johnson's b i r t h d a y . Guests included Messrs, a n d Mmcs. Charles Hewitt, A u s t i n Minellc, Ted E l l i o f f , Stanley Orcd- scn, L. E. Ilalsnc, Marlowe Floy and Roy E i h c y , the Misses Donna Stcphcnson and Kathcrinc Hughes, and Tom Swale, also M r s . Ellis Wick, the Johnson's daughter. Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Yeagcr sent a congratulatory telegram from Indianapolis, Ind., where they arc vacationing. Mr. and Mrs. M in cite won high and Mr. Eibey consolation in court whist. M r s . 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Featured at a modest price, these hats feel good on the head. 20 Second N. E. Phone 162 NEW HOME'S BACK TO SCHOOL SEWING COMBINATION OFFER! -Reg. 169.95 New Home Rotary Console Sewing Machine. Rag. 10.95 New Home Button maker. Reg. 4.25 New Home zigzagger. New H o m e Sev/ing Course. 169.95 Buy it v/ith SMALL DOWN PAYMENT on Damon's convenient Budget Plan! Full 12 monihs io payl Everything, you need for sewing smart, economical school v/ardrobe . . . at a really down to earth pricel MANY MODELS TO CHOOSE FROM · CONSOLES · DESK MODELS · PORTABLES SOLD WITH SATISFACTION OR MONEY BACK GUARANTEE SEWING MACHINES--DAMON'S DOWNSTAIRS _ DAMONS

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