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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa • Page 17

Mason City, Iowa
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LATEST AND YOUNGEST-Little Paula Gould, 3J year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Ralph Gould, Clear Lake, is the latest to date and the youngest entry for the title of Rodeo queen at the coronation event to be staged at the Surf ballroom Friday evening 1 when a queen for the rodeo to be held at Clear Lake Saturday, Sunday and Monday wiii be chosen. The winner will lead the parade all 3 days, receive a defense bond from the Surf ballroom, a queen cake from the Clear Lake bakery, a case of Coca Cola from the Mason City Bottling company and Wa-Tan-Yes Initiate Two Birthday Party for Public on Sept. 17 Clear Lake--Mmes. Ward Srni- ley and Harvey Hackbarth were initiated to membership in Wa- Tan-Ye club, woman's service organization, at the summer home of Mrs.

William Burkhardt Tuesday evening. The ceremony was conducted by Mmes. Gerald Brooks. Earl Cary, Paul Miller and Edith Naylor. Plans were made for a public birthday party and dinner to be held Sept.

17. Members are to invite guests who will give one cent for each year they are old. Tables will be decorated to represent the months of the year with each guest sitting at the table for the month in which her birthday occurs. Miss Teny is master of ceremonies. Leaders for a month are: January Mmes.

B. A. Morse and Mollie Wellmon: February-the Misses Ruth Watts and Ruth Toppin; a h--Mmes. Chris Luymes and Lauretta Henderson: April--Miss Wilma Slaughter and Mrs. Mary Bowman; May--Mmes.

Earl Cary and G. W. Wilcox; June --Mrs. Donald Carr; July--Miss Ella Ernst and Mrs. G.

I. Brooks; festival as furtherance of the national Wa-Tan-Ye i "Service Foremost." The meeting -took the place ol the Sept. 3 session which is Laboi day. The hostesses, Mmes. Burkhardt and Irving R.

Morgan and Miss Ethel Carpenter, served a smorgasbord dinner. Mr. Burkhardt took several members for a boat ride. Mrs. Joseph Marriott Lomita, and Mrs.

A. R. Cain were guests. Mrs. Tom Wood leader of Girl Scout troop 17 sponsored by the club, sent a report of their camping trip to Devil's Lake, and thanked the club for its co-operation and support.

and SPUf club, rodeo sponsors. I tember--Mrs. i i a Overton; October--Mrs. R. -J.

Sweiger and Miss Lucia E. O'Neil; November-Mrs. Irving R. Morgan and Miss Linda Herreman; December--Mrs. JHarlan Reid and Miss Lola Mason.

Each table chairman will ar- Plan Services for Albert Fuller, 76 Clear Lake--Funeral services for Albert J. Fuller, 76, who died at a Mason City hospital Monday evening after a long illness, will be held at Ward's funeral home Thursday afternoon at 2. The chairman. Pnze lU Je lven for Alvin Rogness, pastor of table collecting the most ity Lutheran church, Mason CityJmoney and to the oldest person will conduct the rites and burial present, will be in Clear Lake The club voted to co-operate so a as possible with the Chamber USE THE G-G CLASSIFIED ADS of Commerce in the annual fall range an entertainment number for the program. The party is in charge of the finance committee of which Mrs.

Sidney Halford Is Will Address Lake Faculty S. Flom to Speak on "School Activity" Clear Lake Doctor Laurence S. Flom, Drake university, Des Moines, will speak on the "Activity School" at a meetine of Clear Lake teachers at the high school Saturday morning and afternoon. Co-ordination of several students directed activities into the total school program adds interest and zest, he believes. Professor Ellen Hartnet, also of Drake, will address the teachers on elementary science with emphasis on how the subject of atomic energy may be successfully introduced to school children.

On Friday the new teachers in the system will meet with their respective principals. Miss Lillie Dodge, has already her work in the homemaking department and is busy contacting members her various classes. Coach Vic Weber has also begun athletic work, issued football equipment and made up schedule of games. AUTOMOTIVE HEADQUARTERS PRE-LABOR DAY; Clear Lake Globe-Gazette Girl Scouts Report Trip to Wisconsin Clear Lake Girl Scouts of troop 8 who went to Devil's Lake State park, for their summer camping trip had a memorable vacation according to a report by Mrs. Tom Wood, leader, to Wa- Tan-Ye club, woman's service organization, sponsor of the troop.

The party left Clear Lake by chartered bus in the rain at 7:30 a. m. Aug. 20, and stopped at McGregor for lunch. The girls climbed Pike's Peak 'to see the Mississippi river and 3 states, Illinois, Wisconsin and Iowa, also a City City.

te. boat passing bridge. through a pontoon Globe-Gazette photo by Musser NEIGHBORS FINISH GRAIN HARVEST--Neighbors of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Zook, who live 5 miles south west of Clear Lake on the Thornton road, held a bee at the Zook farm Tuesday to complete harvesting 18 acres of grain cut before Mr.

Zook suffered a sprained ankle when a calf fell on him at the North Iowa fair, Mason City, last week. In the picture, front row, left to right, are Ronald Borton, Jack and Wayne Zook, Roy Vulgamott and Clifford Odom. Back row, Clarence Braves, Roy Badker, Frank Allen, Mr. Zook (with crutches) Miles Borton and Harry Welker. Bill Badker was not present for the picture and Lloyd Spilman is on top of the stack in the background.

Mr. Vul- garnott, Cerro Gordo, III, was visiting in the neighborhood and came to help out. --News of LAKE NEIGHBORS Gworontetd Performance ot This New, Reduced Price! PRICES SLASHED ON VARCON BATTERIES! VARCON "Super-Active" more water over the plates KEG- 13 95 with 51 plofej ore fiberglass insulated. Cedar separators. 110 ampere-hour capacity.

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1, Exch 1U.3O Mr. and Mrs. Victor Trafford route 3, are "the parents of an pound son, Gary Dean, born Saturday at the Robert Shook hen: He is the first child. Mrs. Trafford is the former Peggy Shook.

The main dinin? room of the All Vets Social Center will close for the season, Saturday, Sept 1. The club will remain open year around daily except Sunday, for club room food service, parties, dances and any kind of entertainment. Missionary John Loren Des Moines, will be in charge of a series of meetings beginning Sept. 2 and ending Sept 9 in the Meth- lodist church, Burchinal, at 8 p. m.

each evening. Mr. Loren represents the Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. For Sale: Cisihes, 705 S. 8th.

Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Knutson will guests Thursday of Governor day at Iowa State, fair.

The Knut- I sons will be overnight guests of the Beardsleys at the governor's mansion Thursday evening. i Rummage Sale, 1 1st hse. N. Hilltop Matel. Persons wishing transportation 1 'ito the V.

W. Auxiliary fast at the home of Mrs. Luther Buss, 632 S. Federal, Mason City. Thursday morning from 9: to 11, are askfd to call Mrs.

F. B. 816-W, at any time up to 9 a. m. 1 Thursday.

Hubbards to Lead Classes Purdue University Site of Conference Clear Lake--Both the Rev. and Mrs. Warner M. Hubbard of the local Methodist church will spend next iveek at Purdue University, Lafayette, where they will teach in a pastor's training school, "School of the Prophet," for the Indiana Methodist state conference. Also on the faculty will be the Rev.

Lawrence Lacour who is conducting an evangelistic campaign at Methodist camp, Clear Lake, at present. This week Mrs. Hubbard is at Lincolii, where she is teaching a course on "Churches for Our Country's Needs" for the women's sessions of the annual School of Missions for the state organization of Women's Society oi Christian Service. Three other resource leaders and 4 eminent pastors of the church are also appearing as instructors according to the Lincoln Star. loeft.

Mr. Hyde, son of Mr. and Mrs. John A. Hyde, Clear Lake, with the U.

S. navy and stationed at San Diego, Cal. At Baraboo, the food captains purchased supplies for two days and they went on to pitch tents, build fires, cook supper and to bed. All cooking was done over an open fire. Food captains for a day each were Donna Ouverson, Sandra Merriman, Wanell Dunlap, Ijanct Jorgenrud and Janice Olson.

Menus included such items as chili, creamed potatoes, French toast, spagetti and cheese, oatmeal, goulash, potato salad and sweet corn. One of the most interesting experiences was attendance at the Ringling Brothers theater at Baraboo. The inside is a replica of the Italian Arena and the work was done by architects painters brought from Italy by Binglings. Balcony seats cost S100 each to build. Other pleasures were a visit te the community building at Baraboo, visit to the camp of a Boy Scout troop from Chicago, a visit to "The Dells" with tour on "The Pirate," roller a i bluff climbing, hiking, swimming, boating, horseback riding, visit to the reptile gardens and campfire with guests.

The girls visited the zoo at Baraboo and then went to Portage, interesting since the iirst agency people there were, grandparents of Juliette Gordon Low, founder of Girl Scouts in America. At Portage they had the only meal eaten out, a birthday dinner at the Kerr Cafe for Bonnie Miller. In the evening they visited the canteen for games, songs and dancing. Returning home in the rain Saturday, the girls lunched on a box of "eats" furnished by the Wa- Tan-Ye club. Mrs.

Wood and the troop members are most grateful to Jill who helped them to earn funds for the trip" or contributed tents, sleeping bags and other conveniences and necessities. Clear Lake Calendar THURSDAY--Red Cross home tervlcs worker. City hall, 8:30 a. m. until noon.

Rotary club. All Veterans Social Center. 12:15. Music Mothers club, high school. 1:30.

Lacours school of evangelism. Methodist camp. 3. concert and address, 8. Planning board, city offices, 7:30.

O. N. O. club, Mrs. George Fuller, 129 N.

14th 8. Mrs. Minnie Dickerson, Columbus, is visiting at the Esslinger-Mullan home a few days. Itching, Scratching, Then-INFECTION WSr Tiak infection by icrmtciinr alreadr irritated by loot, or pnnplts Instead, unief itchy torment, ease tint maddeniac to scratch, with Kesinol Ointment. It metal 'fait; blissful relief lasts and lasts.

Fleuantj to me; afenoct imriiible. Discover the joy of! this quick soothing comforter! Get BoinoH Ointment today. All druf riita. Fete Mrs. K.

Hyde at Two Showers Clear Lake--Mrs. Hyde, Ventura, nee Charlotte Hoeft, formerly of Clear Lake, was honored, at a miscellaneous post-nuptial shower at the Re- ieemer Lutheran church of Ven-i with her grandmother, Mrs. Martha Hoeft, and aunt, Mrs. Attendance Grows at Lacour Meetings Clear Lake--Attendance at Lscour evangelistic meetings at; Methodist camp is growing steadily, it was reported Wednesday. Musicians who provide the prelude each afternoon at 3 and evening at 8 are all artists.

Four marimbas are used in concert. The harp solos and accompaniments played by Mrs. Mildred Lacour are a treat and the Rev. Lawrenc-K Lacour preaches the gospel in a sane, searching and heart-warming a it stated. 'The team will continue! meetings each afternoon at 3 and each evening at 8 through Sunday.

Miss Mary Lou Fillier, dramatic soprano of the team, will sing two numbers at the Methodist church in Clear Lake Sunday morning. New Twfif Weave Gaberdine SLACKS SAVE DURING SALE! HOLLYWOOD Seat Covers Our Regular Low Price 21.95 Your best buy! Saran guaranteed for life of car. Sailcloth back, sides; vinyl trim. Colorful plaids. Uw Dewn Poymtnl HOLLYWOOD FIBER SEAT COVERS 1888 omp F.o, Front Seat; Regularly 5.45 4.44 Complete Set; Regularly 10.95 ..7.77 a-lUC-Ll, CUiU Gl For Rent: Furn.

apt. 105 8th. George Knopf, hostesses Mk arid Mullan at-j She was also honored by Mrs. tended the funeral of their aunt. Art Hoeft and.

Miss Grace Thomas Mrs. Amelia Rube, at Sheffield at the June Hoeft home. At both she received many fine gifts for her new home. Mrs. Hyde is a daughter of Mrs.

June Hoeft and the late Lester Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Rube was la sister'of the late R. S. Esslinger.

and Mrs. Urban Christians. Spencer, visited the Esslinger- JMullan home Tuesday evening. i For Sale: Furniture and lawn fence. Ph.

622W. Eden Farrc club will hold a noonj picnic at State park Sept. 8 as Its first fall meeting. The committee includes Mmes. Shirley Stanfield.

Walter Wood and H. C. O'Brien. For Rent: 3 room pri. bathj and entrance.

412 S. 3rd St. Ph. I509J. Mr.

and Mrs. L. F. Anderson and family, Chicago, and Mr. and Mrs.

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CREST "Cushion-Ride" 6.70x15 l9 -4 the south shore. The youth conference which closed at Bishop Morrison lodge Saturday completed the summer I program there, the Rev, Harry E. Burris, manager, stated Wednes-j day. The lodge is now closed until next spring. Holsum bakery employes will picnic at P.

M. park Sunday and the Leech family reunion will be held there. Don Mullan is spending: a week in Chicago as a delegate from St. Josenh's parochial school, Mason City? Members of Youth Fellowship I of the Evangelical Free church attended the Lacour evangelistic services at Methodist camp in a 'body Tuesday evening. The jlar routine will be resumed next 1 week.

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