Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on January 7, 1949 · Page 15
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 15

Mason City, Iowa
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Friday, January 7, 1949
Page 15
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Haaheim Talks at Lions Club Shows Colored Movie of Norway Visit Mason City's Lions at their weekly luncheon meeting at the Hanford Wednesday noon were introduced to the beauty which is Norway. Four reels of movies in natural " ' ' em contractor, during his 9- weeks visit in his fatherland last summer were thrown on the screen. Subjects included fjords, water- fhl ^•^ m ° U u T l tains ' valj eys, capes, f«fir i dmght sun ' an cient churches folk dances, city scenes in Bergen, Oslo and Trondheim and the "on* -ar Small Area Cultivated *" a Prefatory talk Mr. Haaheim pointed out that Norway, with its population of 3 million, consists of about 125,000 square miles, only trvafd CCnt ° f Whi ° h ° an be cul In terms of graphic comparison, this means that Norway's land for farm purposes is equivalent in area to about 74 typical Iowa counties out o± the 99 which make up our state. Norway's population exceed-: lowas by about 500,000. This means that a large proportion of her people gain their livelihood from the sea—fishing and world commerce. Making Comeback The Norwegians are making a good comeback after their wartime HERE and THERE Sanffcuarpn/?P°T^ E ™~™* ^at you see above-every of hfc asrisCtSVtKTTn ' v, eve T one of them was answered by Santa with the help oi nis assistants at KGLO, in charge of Darlene Bob it, shown above with her avalanche he C Mro P n 0n Citv C rh^ e hp 1948 f ^ C1&US pr .°« ram ° n KGLO and KGLO FM,presenedty the Mason City Chamber of Commerce on its 6:15 p. m. "Postmark Mason City" hour *drew nearly 2,000 more let-* losses, the Mason Cityan reported, ' " " although building up their merchant fleet to the position of third among the world powers enjoyed before the war is not something that can be achieved over-night. Mr. Haaheim was introduced by Emanuel Eggert, new club program chairman. George Mendon presided. The KGLO noon news was read by Fred Shaffer. The Rev. E. A. Biederrnan was introduced as the club's newest member. Ralph Dieckmann of Algona was a guest. ters than last year. Miss Boblit's tabulation shows that the 6,877 letters came from youngsters mostly in the 4 to 8 age group. They came from 25 _ . „ counties in Iowa, 23 in Minnesota Ooodell—Mrs. E. J. Schneider is and a sprinkling from 7 other spending this week at Moville states. Cerro Gordo county led ;he home of her daughter, the Dale tv,p Schriners. Tuesday evening she at- tipc tend «l Eastern Star lodge and saw chell, Worth and .- . j • Wright; in Minnesota-Faribault, ^Yn*" 1 gu . e f s in «« home o Freeborn and Mower the latter's sister, Mrs. James \ January weather- Hi-V-l FLOWS FREELY! Silence the cold "whoosh" of January winds with the comforting sound of a motor that turns over instantly. HI-V-I bathes car and tractor motors in a protective film of lubrication. It cleans as it lubricates, freeing motors of corrosion and sludge. This cuts fuel consumption to a new low ... keeps motors ready for the "go" signal on the coldest January days. For faster starts and better lubrication in zero weather, use HI-V-I, the free-flowing oil. a product of CHAMPLIN REFINING COMPANY Enid, Oklahoma Producers, Refiners, Distributors of Quality Petroleum Products Since 1916 Let's Trade WATCHES Liberal Trade-in Allowance On Your Old Watch BENRUS BULOVA WALTHAM ELGIN MIDO GRUEN LONGINES Does that old, dated watch of yours create laughs instead of admiration? Trade it now for a handsome new model chosen from our large, exciting selection . . . receive a larger, more generous allowance than ever before! Buy on 30-Day Charge or Ten-Ten" Budget Plan II* 10% Down . . . 10% Monthly No Interest or Carrying Charge 23 So. Federal Ave. Shelton, and family. Goodell — Mr. and Mrs. Lee Bamford, Dicky and Barbara, of Buena Vista, Colo., visited with local friends, having come to Iowa to spend the holidays with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Oren Bamford, at Kanawha. The Barn- fords were in business in Goodell in the DX highway service station until 2 years ago when they moved west. Kanawha — The James Yeakel and the Duane Yeakel family were recent guests in the Wayne Yeakel and Mrs. Kari Lucas home. Rudd—Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Ryner, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs Fred C. Miller, left for California where they will visit relatives for 2 months. St. Ansgar—Mr. and Mrs. Ted Carlson and Dean are expected home this week after spending the holidays with Mrs. Carlson's mother, Mrs. George Olson, and sister, Mrs. Elaine Hilden, at Sac ramento, Cal. Manly—Lee Mensch, who was confined in the hospital at Mason City following an operation, has sufficiently recovered to return home. Thompson—Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Erickson and daughter Florene left for San Francisco, Cal., where they will visit Mrs. Erickson's niece and family, Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Hill. Ackley—Mrs. Charles C. Blakley and Mrs. Earl J. Postma left for the west coast where they are enjoying a month's visit in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Blakley at Hollywood, Cal., and Mr. and Mrs. F. Ellis in Los Angeles. in :ers and daughter of Mason City guests in the home of Tight Midriff I? This jumper gives you the new fashion features you're looking for this season—the moulded midriff, the deep dipping neckline, and the pretty impressed skirt pleats. Pattern includes a timely turtle-neck blouse. No. 2899 is cut in sizes 9, 11, 13, 15, 17, and 19. Size 15, jumper 2J yds. 54-in.; blouse, 2J yds. 39-in. Send 25c for PATTERN with Name, Address and Style Number. State Size desired. You can still obtain a copy of the FALL-WINTER FASHION BOOK, but better order immediately. This is an extra large edition showing over 200 pattern styles, easy to make designs for all ages and occasions. Let this book show you how to freshen up your mid-season wardrobe with smart blouses, skirts, jumpers, jerkins, as well as all the smart tricks of fashion in dresses and suits. Price just 20c a copy. Address PATTERN DEPARTMENT Globe-Gazette 121 W. 19th St., New York 11, N. Y. SHOE CLEARANCE SAVE UP TO 75% Look at These Names— " Trim Tred . . . Frank Sbicco . . . Poll Parrot- . . . Mode Art Famous Laconians Children's Shoes VALUES TO $5.50 Children's OXFORDS and LOAFERS 814 to 3 Children's SANDALS and SHOES Women's SLIPPERS Broken Sizes YOUR CHANCE TO SAVE! ALL STOCK MUST BE SOLD! VALUES TO $9.95 Women's SADDLES and SANDALS Broken Sizes Women's PUMPS, STYLE ARCH. Also Nurses' Oxfords Women's High Heel Sandals, Pumps, Oxfords, and Saddles. SANDALS, OXFORDS OFF ON A SPREE! DELICIOUSLY FEMININE PARTY SHOES! BROKEN SIZE ASSORTMENT Chic Flattery! Brown and Black Magic! Intriguing Sophisticates in Black! Values to $12.95 Exciting New Season Smartness. Black OPERA PUMPS Brown or Black OXFORDS Comfort - Crafted! Pert Little Charmers! Excitingly Cloud-Soft Kid Leather! SALE STARTS FRIDAY MORNING All Sales Final

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