Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on January 9, 1949 · Page 9
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 9

Mason City, Iowa
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Sunday, January 9, 1949
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8 City O!*»«-a«i«tt«, Austrian Baby Is Wearing Clothes Sent by Girl Scout «-ll — w-i _. * * •*• Jl Jt Jt u Clear Lake — Rosie Fischer 3 months old daughter of Prof, and Mrs. Fischer, Vienna, Austria, is wearing clothing sent by Beverly Larson, a member of Girl Scout troop 6, which sent clothing kits to Europe last year when in troop 5, with Mmes. T. G. Burns and lorn Wood as leaders. The photograph and letter in German were received Jan 4 1949 The letter had been translated by American Friends Service commission that distributed the Girl Scout clothing kits in Vienna. The translation follows"Dear Unknown Friend: "Some time ago I received through the Quakerhilfe a parcel with baby clothing, and found in the parcel your name and address. It is a great pleasure for me to answer your letter. I had to wait a little as I wanted to send a picture of my youngest daughter, because she is the recipient of your lovely things. "You must see how she looks and we are happy about the most useful things. Her name is Rosie and now she is 3 months old. She is healthy and always in good spirit. The lovely warm bath towels, she likes them. Once she is wrapped in one she doesn't want to get out of it. "I am the wife of a Viennese teacher. Rosie is the youngest, but not the only one. We have 4 more children, 2 girls and 2 boys. They also are in good health and some of them are going to school. The oldest is 13. He simply adores America. "Now my dear girl, receive the sincerest thanks for all the trouble you had sending us this package and before all, I thank you for the good will which you showed us. Please give my thanks also to all the others who helped in this action. l "Heartfelt greetings and thanks from the old but still very beautiful city of Vienna. Sincerely, Pauline Fischer Wien. XII, Karl-Loewegasse 1719/XII/20, Austria. "P. S. Should you find time and the pleasure of answering us, we would be happy to receive your letter." Girl Scout troop 6 met at junior Ask Ray Seney 19 EAST STATE STREET ROSIE FISCHER high school Tuesday after school with Mmes. Tom Wood and Peter Wohler, leaders, in charge, and 31 girls present. A treasurer's report •was given and reports on calendars sold. Beverly Larson was elected scribe for the Clear Lake Mirror, Sharon Hensen for the Clear Lake Reporter and Donna Jass for the Mason City Globe-Gazette. Donna Moretz was chosen treasurer. Beverly Larson read the letter she received from Austria. Plans were discussed for a bobsled party. Girl Scout troop met Wednesday after school with Mmes. Long and Heetland, leaders, in charge. Old and new business was taken care of. CARD OF THANKS We wish to express our sincere thanks to our many kind friends, neighbors and relatives for the many wonderful gifts and donations received and the thoughtfulness and kindness shown us during the recent loss of our home and belongings by fire. We also wish to take the opportunity to thank Chuck Hilton and all the staff at KGLO. With heartfelt thanks and deepest appreciation. Mr. and Mrs. Carlyle Nielson and Daughter. CARD OF THANKS I want to thank all my friends, relatives, neighbors and school friends for the cards, gifts and words of cheer during my stay in the hospital.—Robert Davis. Sam VHladsen, 115 N. Elm street, was taken by ambulance to the Park hospital, Mason City, Thursday afternoon. ACROSS FROM THE NEW SURF BALLROOM AT CLEAR LAKE, IOWA—PHONE 710 ATLAS TIRES & BATTERIES The BIGGEST ^ PRICE FALL of the SEASON FQODS GET IN ON THIS GIANT -BARGAIN BLIZZARD- Jack Sprat All Purpose Flour, 5 Ibs 49c Pillsbury Graham Flour, 5 Ibs 49c Jack Sprat Salt, box 9c Jack Sprat Green Tea, 4 oz. pkg 23c Trend Soap Powder, 2 pkgs 38c Lettuce, 2 large heads 19c Celery, large stalk 19c Fresh Tomatoes, tube > 25c Honor Brand Frozen Strawberries 49c MEATS Rath's Fresh Pork Hocks, Ib 29c Rath's Picnic Hams, Ib 39c Fresh Britt Bologna, Ib 45c Fresh Pork Steaks, Ib 35c Pure Lard, Ib 19c Fresh Side Pork, Ib 49c SELF SERVICE GROC. & MEATS CLEAR LAKE — PHONE 26 tF tOU, PAPEE IS NO tF tOU, PAPEE IS NOT DELIVERED BT 6:00 F. M.. PH. n. M . No Clear Lake Briefs Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Person plan to leave Saturday for Omaha to visit a niece and her husband, Mr. and Mrs. George O. May enroute to visit an aunt at Sheridan, Ore. They will also visit at Seattle, Wash., Olympia, Wash., and Portland, Ore., and in California. For Rent: Room. 310 E. Main St. Emanon Bridge club met Thursday evening at the home of Mrs. Al Budolfson. Mrs. Jin Kuns won high, Mrs. H. K. Underkofler 2nd high. Mrs. Robert Ingersoll will be hostess Jan. 20. For sale—Near new electric refrigerator, reas. Ph. 395 L-W. Mr. and Mrs. P. T. Jensen, 201 N. Elm street, will leave by train, Monday, for California. The Jensens plan to be gone until the first of April and will visit their son Tom in Oakland; Mr. Jensen's sister, Mrs. Katie Peterson, Anaheim, and will also visit in Long Beach. Topcoats and Suits as low as $25. Pease the Clothiers! Robert Davis is recuperating at home after his recent stay in the Park hospital, Mason City. Robert is the son of Mr. and Mrs. George T. Davis, former Clear Lake residents, who now live east of Manly. Wanted: Store clerk with experience if possible. Good wages Phone 596 or 523. Mrs. Richard Harry entertained O. N. O. club, Wednesday evening. Bridge was played with Mrs. Hyle Lowman winning high, Mrs. Herbert Jensen, second and Mrs. Jack Winkler and Miss Elizabeth Ann Branson, traveling prizes. Mrs Jack Hepp will be hostess Jan. 12! I am not associated in any way with the Gamble Store. E. L. McDonald, plumber. Happy Eight Card club met with Mrs. Hans Hansen. Mrs. A. C Sater and Mrs. Kenneth Cobb won prizes. Mrs. Sater entertains Jan. For Sale: Got 2 Elec. Mixers for Christmas. Who wants one? Ill No. 3rd. Phone 499-J. Coffee club met with Mrs. Fred Peterson. Plans were made for an oyster dinner for the afternoon of Jan. 16 at 1:30, at the home of Mrs. William Behl. Mrs. J. L. Tompkins will be hostess Feb. 3. ^Will have one good Globe- ^azette carrier route open in :outheast part of town, makes $6 per week for a good boy. Apply •lear Lake office. Mr. and Mrs. John Miles returned Thursday by plane from spending a month in California. They visited their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hess at Pasadena, their nephews and wives, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Chap:n, Lynwood and Mr. and Mrs. Milton Chapin, Los Angeles. Sunday they had a trip to San Diego and reported that garden crops are damaged by the cold weather in California. Peas are a 100 per cent loss, tomatoes 98 per cent loss and citrus fruits an almost total loss in spite of the smudges. One Day Special . . . Sat., Jan. 8. 3 living room suites, reg. $249 at $179. 3 bedroom suites, reg $249 ... at $179. Save $70. Save $70. Save $70. Wilcox Furniture. Catholic Daughters of America will meet at the home of Mrs. John Siesseger Tuesday evening at 8 p. m., Mrs. Carl Brager, assistant hostess, has announced. Wesleyan Service guild, circle 7 of Woman's Society of Christian Service will hold a guest meeting IT'S LOADED- with drama, romance, and suspense %.. ... READ tess by EMILIE LORING An unsought romance at Madam Stewart's estate ia the New England hills involves pretty, black-haired Deb in a mystery that seems to have no solution. You'll eagerly await each new chapter of this gripping, new serial by Novelist Emilie Loring. WATCH FOR THIS SERIAL ON Tuesday, Jan. 11 in the GLOBE-GAZETTE PERFECT ICE BOATING—Jim Norfolk, Boy Tcout^ex- ecutive, had his perfect ice boating treat at Clear Lake when Tom Wood, of Clear Lake, took him on Buddie Meyer's boat Thursday night. Wood, Cub master of 103, and Meyer, a member of the Senior outfit 303, had promised the scout executive a ride, and Thursday was the time. The wind was 26 m.p.h., estimated speed of boat, 60 m.p.h., and the ice was perfect, the snow having blown off and the light rain having smoothed the surface. Clear Lake Churches ZION LUTHERAN Sunday school and Bible classes 9-45 •lorning worship, 11, Sermon on the lome Ephesians. Junior and senior choirs. Catechizing of 1949 confirments Senior Luther League, 6:30. Family night, 1st in series of 2), 7:30. Hymn sing and devotions. Taljc by James Jorgenrud who s baclc from London. Ruben Mostrom. pastor. FIRST CONGREGATIONAL Church school, 9:45. Robert Stuart su- >erintendent. Adult Bible class, 9:45 Mrs. T. R. Sammis, leader. Morning worship, 11. Sermon, "Cure for Frustra- ion." B. Dayton Merrtmah, chorister, tearing aids, nursery. Congo club 6-30 Edward W. Day, D. D., pastor EVANGELICAL FREE CHURCH Sunday school, 10. Morning worship 11 Jvening service, 7:45. Wednesday, regular prayer meeting and Bibla study. Thursday, Youth Fellowship. L. E. Barrett, -lastor. METHODIST Sunday school, 9:45. Morning worship, 11. The Sacrament of the Lord's Supper. Reception of members. Youth Fellowship groups. 6:30. Choir practice, Thursday, 7:45. Warner M. Hubbard, pastor. CHRISTIAN Sunday school. 9:45. Morning worship. 10:45. Christian Endeavor, 7:30. Bible itudy, Wednesday evening, 8. The Rev. 3uy W. Carrell, pastor. ST. PATRICK'S CATHOLIC Sunday masses, 8:30 and 10:30. Daily masses at 8. Confessions, Saturday evening, 7:30 to 9. The Rev. J. J. Busynski pastor. CHURCH OF THE OPEN BIBLE Sunday school, 10. Morning worship, 11. Sermon, "Fellow Laborers Together " Evangelistic services, 7:30. Sermon. "Five Minutes After Death.'' Rev. A. C. Weg- -er, Jr., pastor. BURCHINAL Sunday school, 10. Sunday school program Sunday evening, 8. R. C. Ludeke superintendent. CHURCH OF CHRIST SCIENTIST Sunday school, 9:45. Church services 11. Wednesday evening service, 8 BETHEL CHAPEL Sunday school, 10. Worship, 11. Evangelistic service, 7:30. Prayer meeting and Bible study, Thursday evening, 7-30 David Gaub, pastor. GRANT CENTER Sunday school each Sunday at lo a m Mrs. Dallas Clapper, superintendent REDEEMER LUTHERAN (Ventura) Sunday school, 10. Worship, 10:30 Young people's league first Thursday Sunday school teachers meet 2nd Tuesday Dorcas society meets 2nd Friday. Choir rehearsal Thursday evenings. W. T. Wolfram, pastor. Encampment and Auxiliary Officers Installed at Lake * * * MRS. J. C. NORRIS — Chief Matriarch in the curch parlors Wednesday, preceded by a 6:45 dinner. Those desiring reservations are asked to call Mrs. W. M. Hubbard or Mrs. Ward Smiley by Tuesday evening. William J. Penton Services to Be at 2 P. M, Saturday Clear Lake — Funeral services for William J. Penton, 86, who died Thursday at 3 p. m., will be held Saturday at Ward's funeral home at 2 p. m., with the Rev. A. C. Wegner, pastor of the Church of the Open Bible, conducting the services. Burial will be in the Clear Lake cemetery. William J. Penton was born Jan. 24, 1862, at Laurenceville, St. Laurence county, N. Y. He was preceded in death by his'parents, 4 sisters and 2 brothers. He is survived by 3 nieces in Clear Lake, Miss Nettie Chadbourne, Mrs. Nate Miller and Mrs. M. C. Turner. Mr. Penton had been in failing health for the last month and died at the home of his niece, Mrs. M. C. Turner, and husband, 406 E. Division street. Clear Lake — Officers of Encampment No. 107 and Ladies Encampment auxiliary No. 24 were installed in private installations Thursday evening at I. O. O F. hall. Mrs. J. C. Norris was installed as chief matriarch and the Ladies Encampment ,by past chief matriarch, Mrs. G. E. Curphy and deputy junior warden, Mrs. G. Roberts Mrs. C. Zook was installed, past chief matriarch, Mrs. Clair Heifner, senior warden; Miss Thelrm Peterson, junior warden and Mrs Gertrude Roberts, treasurer. Mrs G. E. Curphy was installed scribe by past chief matriarch, Mrs. R. J Nelson. Appointed Officers Chief matriarch, Mrs. J. C. Norris, appointed the following officers: Matriarchs, Mrs. L. B. Cash guide; Mrs. Earl Miller, inside sentinel; Mrs. R. J. Nelson, right aid Mrs. Leona Brass, left aid; anc Mrs. Nelson, staff captain. Encampment officers were installed by district deputy grand patriarch, Al Clemens of Mason City. Those installed were: Pas chief patriarch, G. E. Curphy chief patriarch, Clair Heifner; high priest, Clarence Zook; senior war. den, L. E. Jacobson; junior warden, L. B. Cash; scribe, Clifford Peterson; treasurer, Clarence Miller and trustee for 3 years, G. E Curphy. Installing: Team Other members on the installing team from Mason City were deputies grand junior warden, Charle: Brunner; grand senior, Guy Angel grand high priest, Gus Weida grand scribe, Oliver Repp; granc treasurer, Charles -Coach; grand inside sentinel, Elmer Martin and patriarch Claude Whitney. A social session followed the in stallation in which both groups joined. Lunch was served by a committee from both orders. The next meeting will be Jan 20 preceded by a 6:30 potluck dinner. All members of both organizations are aked to be present. TO DISCUSS REVALUATION— Vic Young will discuss the revaluation of personal property as it will affect the merchants of Clear Lake at the general meet* Ing of the Chamber of Commerce Wednesday evening. The revaluation of personal property is being conducted in Cerro Gordo county outside of Mason City by a firm of appraiser?.. Mr. Young will discuss the probable effect this will have on th« smaller communities. Clear Lake Calendar SATURDAY—Lake's Ambitious Vestae. Clear Lake and Grant Willing Workers Margaret Badker. Danish Sisterhood, Ingrld Lodge No. 169 Joint installation with brotherhood Danish Brotherhood, joint installation with Sisterhood, I. O. O. F. hall, 8. B. T. S. A. club has been postponed until Thursday, Jan. 20 when it will meet at the home o: Mrs. Lester Moretz with Mrs Arnold Griffith assisting. WE SOLVE ALL YOUR MOVING PROBLEMS Phone 4000 MASON CITY WAREHOUSE CORP. DENTIST PRACTICE LIMITED TO PLATE WORK IB FIRST ST CEDARR3PIDS SOUTH EAST DCS MOINES MASON CITY SIOUX CITY Past Noble Grands to Meet on Monday Clear Lake—Past Noble Grands will meet at the home of Mrs Arnold Rassmussen Monday evening, Jan. 10, at 7:30. Assisting hostesses will be Mmes. Georg Baugous and Gertrude Roberts. Mrs. J. C. Norris will be in charge of devotions and New Year's resolutions will be given for roll call. Mrs. L. E. Jacobson will conduct a question box anc Mmes. George Prestholt and John Kopecky are the entertainmen committee. ii "Frontier Neighbors Topic at Aid Meeting Clear Lake — "Frontier Neigh' bors" was the topic used for th< lessons given at the Congrega tional aid meetings by the leader at different homes Wednesday af ternoon. Mrs. Ralph Replogle en tertained group 1 at her home with Mrs. Roscoe Miller assisting. Mrs Edward W. Day and Mrs. L. W Mahone were guests. The group held a discussion on the lesson Group 2 met with Mrs. F. C DeBruyn with Mrs. E. P. Martin as lesson leader. Mrs. Lyle Stunkard will entertain Feb. 2. Mrs. A. B. Phillips was hostess to group 3 with Mrs. C. F. Crane presenting the lesson. Group 4 met with Mrs. Roy A Benedict. Mmes. R. D. Austin and Jette were guests. Mrs W H Bishop will entertain Feb. 2.' THE REV. A. C. WEGNER New Posters Make Home in Clear Lake Clear Lake—The Rev. and Mrs. A. C. Wegner, Jr., attended the same Bible college at Eugene, Ore., and were in the same class. Both were graduated in June, 1946, and were married Aug. 10 of the same year at San Jose, Cal., with the Rev. A. C. Wegner, Sr., pastor of the Church of the Open Bible there, officiating at his son's wedding. They were pastors at the Open Bible church, Stockton, Cal., for 2 years and were assistant pastors at Urbandale Open Bible church, Des Moines for 3 months before coming to Clear Lake, where they began their pastorate Dec. 26, 1948 Mrs. Wegner was Darlene Du Shane, daughter of Mr. and Mrs George DuShane, formerly of Waterloo, before her marriage. Her parents moved to Eugene, Oregon, 4 years ago. Mr. and Mrs. Wegner are living at 123i S. Fourth street in the Ward building. V.F.W. Winner of 11th Game Defeats Swea City State Champs, 36-31 Clear Lake—The Clear Lake V. F. W. basketball team won its llth consecutive game here Thursday night by defeating the 1948 State Champion Swea City V. F. W. 'team 36-31 in the best played game seen in Clear Lake this season. Clear Lake trailed at the half 17-12, and went into the lead at the end of 3 quarters by 28-23. Crumm, a former professional player, was one of the high scorers for the Swea City team with 9 joints, and "Peanuts" Secory was ugh for Clear Lake with 13 points. Next Thursday night, Jan. 13, he V. F. W. faces a colored pro- 'essional team, the Harlem Zephyrs, in what will be one of the outstanding sports attractions of the season. The outstanding play of the game was made when Dick Sharp, center for the locals, took a shot at :he Swea City basket—by mis- ;ake of course. Star club will meet at the home of Mrs. Ed Rushia, next Fridaj with Mrs. Charles Woodward assisting. The meeting begins at 2:30 Roll call will be current events Mrs. Arnot Hansen has announced >VR!GHT IN THE J, DOLLARS LOOK BIG >* <#£^a,#*j^/ BE INSURED GREGERSON Insurance Agency PHONE 3983 H/MCOU> right at the start with NASAt OK Safe— Contains no ephedrine. A few drops relieves nasal stuffiness due to a cold. Available at afl Drag LEAR LAKE—3« FG FT Secory 6 1 Hu«sy 2 i Dultscher 1 0 0. Sharp 1 e Madsen , e 0 Sehl '.... 2 2 B. Sharp 3 0 Moffett l o Totals ,. is 4 SWEA CITY—31 FG FT Berg l o Anderson 0 0 Larson 4 2 Crumm 3 3 Thompson , e 0 Murray 4 2 Totals 12 7 PF TP 2 13 2 6 1 2 2 a 0 0 2 6 1 6 1Z 36 PF TP 1 2 S » 0 10 1 9 o n ft 10 4 31 Goodell—Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Evenspn left Wednesday to spend the winter in Texas. SHOP WE EMPLOY Men who know motors like a mother knows her baby for They know how to and do the job right and That's why their jobs last and stand up. • PRITCHARD • MOTOR CO. Tour Friendly Ford Dealer • 203 1st St. S. E. Ph. 922 Nffht Phone 4S29-J Leading the Style Parade Attractive! Smartly styled glasses, carefully fitted to conform with your facial contours, will add beauty and charm. Modern styles await your selection. Your Eyes Are Dear Check Once A Year! GLASSES ON CREDIT HELZ BERG'S SOCAWEEK PRICES EFFECTIVE ALL DAY SATURDAY NATIONAL TEA GO'S | —•-•••••••••••••••• RATH'S CELLO WRAPPED — ANY SIZE Smoked PICNICS "LITTLE BUDGET BUSTER" Ib. 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