Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on January 13, 1949 · Page 17
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Miss L Wilcox Dies in Hospital Had Been Resident of City Many Years Miss Lotta Wilcox of 420 E. State, died at a local hospital early Wednesday morning, following a lingering illness. She had been a resident of Mason City many years. Miss Wilcox was born near Byron, 111. At an early age she moved to Mason City with her parents, who purchased a farm north of Taylor bridge, where they resided for many years. When her parents retired from the farm they purchased the home at 420 East State, which had been Life "Saved my A God-send for GAS-HEARTBURN" W5ien«i«»s stomach acid cstiw* painful. suffocat- few gas. lour woawcb uxi hevtbura . doctor* unully the fastest-acting medicine* known for •ymptcmatlcrellef — m«llclnesllkethoacln Bell-ana Tdbleu. Nolaxatlvs. Bell-ana brings comfort la a Jiny or return bottle to uaf or double money b»ck. Q BELL-ANS for Acid Indigestion 25 i the family home for more than 50 years. Miss Wilcox taJght country school when she was 17 years of age and engaged in various business activities. She studied art in Chicago for many years painted and gave lessons and also engaged in china painting. She was a member of the Christian church, Eastern Star and White Shrine. Surviving is a sister, Mrs. B. W. Long, Pasadena, Cal., and a number of nephews and nieces. She was preceded in death by her parents, 2 sisters and 3 brothers. Funeral arrangements are incomplete. Interment will be at Stillman Valley, 111. The Major funeral home in charge. RESIDENCE SOLD Bristow—Bert Pooley of Greene has purchased the late Henry Junker residence in Bristow north of Main street. Purchase price was $3,500. Possession will be given March 1. It is now occupied by Supt. and Mrs. G. W. Berrier. Dumont—Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Behn and family of Hampton were recent guests in the home of Dr. and Mrs. M. D. Radloff. Gains Shown by Immanuel Church in '48 Income for Year p Up Nearly $3,000 Reports presented at the annual meeting of the-Immanuel Lutheran church Tuesday evening indicated an increase in membership and in the total stewardship of the congregation. The total income for the year was nearly $3,000 over a year ago. In the elections, Harold Johnson and Arlie Christensen were elected for 3 year terms to the board of deacons; M. S. Newburg and Mr. A. L. Smith for 3 year terms to the board of trustees and L. W. Ackmann for a 2 year term to the board of trustees. Others elected were Marcedes Balek, secretary; Helen Johnson, organist and, choir director; Lloyd Rhodenbaugh, sexton; George Schriver, head usher; Mrs. Cecilia Glaser, auditor for 3 years; Nels Landgren, delegate \o northern district; L. W. Ackmann, delegate to the Iowa conference; Mrs. Herbert Hallbeck, delegate to the Au- gustana snyod; and Mrs. Roy Myers, Sunday school superintendent. The nominating committee for 1950 will be Mrs. Esther Rease, Mrs. Ben Murray, Mrs. Donald Kassar, Mr. George Schriver and Mr. B. E. Setterberg. Many improvements to the church were indicated in the survey of 1948's activities. They include some of the following: A brick enclosure for the rear entry with cement stairs to the second floor, cement stairs to the parsonage entry, redecorating the church parlors, new choir robes, and stoles, new hymnals, a new 10 burner gas range for the church kitchen, and a new slide and film strip projector and screen for visual education in the Sunday school. Plans were made at the meeting for a greater emphasis on parish evangelism for 1949. Also, prepar- Clinic Held on National Affairs Here National Chamber Members Are Speakers Business and professional men from the Chambers of Commerce of Clear Lake, Belmond, O s a g e and Mason City attended a clinic on national affairs at the Hotel Hanford Tuesday and heard representatives of the Chamber of ations for the meeting which lowa conference will be held in "rTT^*^ PS^P^f^JS^JSl^^^ S TRADE «nd SAVE! BEST for LESS Mason City, April 28-May 1 with the Immanuel congregation as host were laid. It was also decided that the 35th anniversary of the congregation be celebrated in August. The salary of the pastor, the Rev. E. A. Zergeson, was substantially increased. Installation of the new board of administration, deacons and trustees, will take place next Sunday morning at the close of the regular morning worship services. the United States active interest on LEADERSHIP SALE TRADE TODAY FOR STANDARD TIRE REDUCED TO Commerce, of urge a more their part in affairs of government. "Your representatives and senators in your legislature and in congress want to hear from you," they were told. "They are subject to all kinds of pressure from individuals and groups. If they never hear from business men, how will they know what they are thinking about current problems?" From National Chamber Speakers who represented the national chamber were Howard Rath of Waterloo, member of the national Howard affairs Smith, committee; C national affair: HERE and THERE Goodell — Richard Breaumann of Mason City was a recent guest in the home of friends, the Arthur Lowenbergs. Wesley — Mrs. Margaret Benton and the Kenneth Dwyer family visited with relatives in Humboldt. Corwith — Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Meyers and 2 children have returned home from a trip to California where they visited relatives. Wesley — Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Wagner and 2 children left for their new home in Bolivar, Mo., following a 2 weeks' visit in the parental E. M. Olsen home. The Olsens and Wagners visited several days recently with the Robert Pinks of Omaha. Corwith — Mr. and Mrs. Leslie advisor, and Spencer Shaw, manager of the Northern Central Division, Chicago. President F. J Olson of the Mason City chamber opened the meeting and welcomec the guests. Following the talks by the visitors, there was a spirited discussion about the U. S. Chamber position on certain items of legislation, which led to a clear statement as to how that position is obtained, Mr. Show pointed ou that the Chamber take its positior after conducting referenda of its more than 2,000 organization members, who represent an underlying membership of more than one million business and professiona men. Sixty per cent of the member; must vote, he pointed out, and thi vote must represent at least 24 o the 48 states before the Chambe is authorized to take a position. Members of the Mason Citj Chamber's committee on legisla tion, education and national af fairs were among those present The Chamber will again hav available at its office in the Brie & Tile building a daily legislativ service covering the Iowa legisla DON'T MISS THESE AUTO SUPPLY VALUES! Regular $1.49 Chrome FENDER GUIDE . Regular $5.29 Mobilite EMERGENCY LIGHT .... Reg. 14.95 MUSICAL AUTO HORN Reg. 1.98 EMERGENCY TRACK, Set 88c $3.98 11.95 Reg. 8.79 CHROME-PLATED DUAL-RAIL GRILLE GUARD 6.95 This 2.98 CLOTHES- BASKET This 29c Box of 30 CLOTHESPINS This 89c ALUMINUM CLOTHESLINE (50ft.) This 69c WASHING MACHINE HOSE Get These Handy WASHDAY NEEDS at NO COST with Purchase of any Tir«$ton* WASHER r rs *^ > Get All These for the Price of the Washer JModef at Right 109 50 * 175 A Week After Datum Paymtimt Big 14-Piece %-inch Square Drive SOCKET WRENCH SET Was 13.98 During this Sale 749 Professional 15-Piece ^/2-in. Square Drive SOCKET WRENCH SET Reg. 16.93 €198 Now s: • -^ ' .* J Housewares! 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Sanitary easy to clean. 12 gallon. 2A 37 FIRESTONE STORES 122 South Federal Phone 766 Lawrence have returned from a honeymoon trip to Kentucky. Manly—Mrs. D. M. Smith has returned from Minneapolis where she had spent the past 2 weeks in the home of her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Smith. Goodell — Mr. and Mrs. Gerald McSwaney of Osage visited recently in the home of her grandmother, Mrs. Cena Nielson. Woden — Herman Schroeder of Davenport came for several days' visit at the home of his sister, Mrs. Mary Phillips. Bode — Mr. and Mrs. Manferd Alfson have sold the Saveway store to Mr. Alfson's sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Gildseth, who with their family have moved here from Cylinder. St. Ansgar—Mr. and Mrs. Richard Schultz of Le Mars, Iowa, were recent guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Ruechl. Hanlontown—Mr. and Mrs. Eli Colby and John Eli attended the State Nurseryman's convention at Hotel Kirkwood in Des Moines recently. St. Ansgar—Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Stickney left recently for their home at Alameda, Cal., after a visit here with the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Knutson. Bristow—Mr. and Mrs. Harold Sherman entertained at a dinner in their home honoring Fred Sherman on the occasion of his birthday anniversary. Riceville—Sgt. Joseph Duffy of the marines has returned to l»is duties at Oceanside, Cal., after] spending a 20-day leave here with ] his mother and other relatives. Dumont—A daughter was born recently to Mr. and Mrs. Vern Miller of Burnside. Mr. Miller was a former coach in the Dumont school. Sheffield — Mr. and Mrs. John! Younge and Mr. and Mrs. Dale | Agler left Sunday for California where they plan to spend several weeks. Ackley — Henry M. Heitland, farmer near here, is a patient at University hospital at Iowa City for observation. \Vesley-Mr. and Mrs. Ben Walker left recently for California to spend the winter. They visited en- route with their daughter, Mrs. Dick Snell and family of Chariton. Goodell — Mr. and Mrs. Marritt Cummings and son of Hubbard were recent guests in the T. G. Ahrenkiel home. Wesley—The Rev. and Mrs. J. A. Riggs were hosts to the ministers and their wives of the Algona sub districts at their home Monday. A business meeting was followed by a noon dinner and a social afternoon. Woden '— Mr. and Mrs. Chris Wickman of Boone were recent guests at the home of the latter's mother, Mrs. Mary Rudisill. Bradford — Mr. and Mrs. John Lehmann, Sr., visited their son-in- law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Johnson, at Story City. Goodell — Mr. and Mrs. Ardo Berhow and Mr. and Mrs. Alvis Berhow visited at Thompson in the home of the John Lillebos. Bode—Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Tpr- gerson held a farewell gathering at their home honoring Mr. and Mrs. Manferd Alfson. who are leaving to make their home in Minneapolis. Hayfield—Lt. and Mrs. Virgil E. Sellers and daughter left for their home at San Angelo, Tex., after spending the holidays with relatives here and at Goodell. Hanlontown—Mr. and Mrs. Carl Kaasa, retired grocer, left for California where they plan to spend several weeks. Ed Whiteside will drive the school bus in Mr. Kaasa's ture and copies of senate an y. it. , 1949 11 NEW MAN ACER — Miss Ethel Amme is the new manager of Stevenson's ladies apparel store, 15 S. Federal, succeeding Lyle Murphy. Miss Amme came to Mason City from Ohio, where she operated her own business, and previously had been 8 years with E. J. Reider as manager and supervisor of Cabana Sportswear shops in Ohio and Pennsylvania. She is a native of LaCrosse, Wis. house journals and all bills as introduced. There is also a daily legislative bulletin from Washington, covering affairs in the congress. Rake Club to Sponsor Summer Band Concerts Rake — The Commercial club met at Peterson's cafe for the monthly business meeting and dinner. The members voted to sponsor band concerts again this summer. The skating rink, which is also a club project, is in fine shape and is getting a lot of use. Lights were installed on the rink the past week and they plan to provide a warming house. have you heard about the special bargains at eatons during .... January white sale! Weds in California Wesley—Eileen Ormsby, former resident here and graduate of the local high school, was married recently to Philip Kearney of Truckee, Cal. The couple will live in San Francisco where Eileen is employed in a bank. Her parents attended the wedding. ACROSS FROM THE PARK "Sugar frosted" NYLON TRICOT LINGERIE by TEXTRON Won't Shrink, Run, or Sag! Dries Quickly, Needs No Ironing! Priscffla Curtains and Ruffletones New, crisp, jaunty outlook that so freshens up all the windows in your home! Don't fail to take advantage of their special low sale price!' 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