Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on January 6, 1949 · Page 19
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„ 6 Jan. 5, 1949 Mason Cllr Globe-Gazette, Mason CJtr. I«. HERE and THERE Clarksville—Mr. and Mrs. Bud Aries and Terry, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Arjes, visited in the John Backer home near Charles City. Bristow — Eunice Hovenga, 11 year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harm Hovenga, spent a 2 weeks' Christmas vacation with her parents. Eunice is attending the school for the blind at Vinton. Klemme—Miss Ruth Smith i-e- turned to her studies at Hamilton college at Mason City after spending the holiday vacation at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Matt Smith. Manly—Mrs. C. H. Hogan received word Monday of the serious illness of a sister in Portland. She left Tuesday for Portland and will make an indefinite stay. Manly—Mr. and Mrs. C. R Field left Tuesday for St. Petersburg, Fla., where they own a home and will spend the winter Fertile—Mrs. Clarke Fankell, and infant daughter Katherme Annette, were dismissed from the Park hospital at Mason City and are at home. Chapin—Mrs. Charles Wurthman underwent a major operation at Mercy hospital in Mason City Friday. St. Ansgar — Ben Mouw and family have been at the bedside of Mrs. Mouw at the Worrell hospital 'at Rochester, Minn. Corwith—Mr. and Mrs. Jack Robinson and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Houston visited recently in Minneapolis, Minn. Geneva—A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Stranskey Jan. 2 in the Rogers hospital in Toledo. Mr. Stranskey is agriculture teacher here. Swaledale—Janice and Virginia Roney of Clarion returned after a visit at the home of their grandmother, Mrs. Hattie Roney. Corwith—James Bonnstetter and Bill Shipman returned to Tennessee after a visit with their parents. The boys are in the navy. Swaledale—Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Eddy returned from several days' visit at the home of their daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Coon, in Webster City. Woden—Recent guests at the home of Mrs. George Pommer were Henry and ' Jack Looft of Seneca and John Kahl of Grand Island, Nebr. Mrs. Kahl and 2 sons have been with her mother since an accident early last fall. Hayfield—Ivan Taylor returned to his work at Madison, Wis., after spending the holidays here. Kensett—Guests in the homes of Mrs. Ida Gylleck and Mrs. O. A. Mikkelson the past week were their daughter and son, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Mikkelson of New Hampton, who spent several days here. Wesley—Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Ingersoll and family of Madelia, Minn., arid Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Stone of Langbon, N. Dak., visited recently in the Fred Seefelt home. Fertile—Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Bakke went to Jefferson City, Mo., to visit the latter's mother Mrs. Anna Thomasson. Wesley—Mr. and Mrs. George Ricke spent several days recently in Dubuque with the Ed Welters and Mrs. Mary Stufflick. Plymouth—Mr. and Mrs. Vern Armstrong, who visited the former's brother, Richard, and family, left for their home in Hopkins, Minn., where Mr. Armstrong is a teacher. Swaledale—Mr. and Mrs. Walter Brandt of Colfax, 111., and Mr. and Mrs. William Hackenbeck ot Champaign. 111., were guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charley Hansen recently. Crystal Lake—Mr. and Mrs. Howard Zea and son David returned home i'rom Millington, Tenn., where they had been visiting their son and brother, Dick Zea, Sl/C and wife and infant daughter, Geraldine. Clear Lake Globe-Gazette IF YOUR PAPER IS NOT DELIVERED BY 6:00 P. M.. PH. 33B OB 259. NO COMPLAINTS WILL BE ACCEPTED AFTER 6:4i. \ "' ~ Odd Fellows and Rebekahs Install Noble Grands at Lake Cochrane Photo, Des Moines ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCED —Mr. and Mrs. George Brattrud, Hanlontown, announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Florence, Clear Lake, to Johnny Kallheim, Lake Mills. No date has been set for the wedding. Watch For Our Storewide Sale Blanchard s Clear Lake Briefs Mr. and Mrs. Harold Charlesworth left Sunday for Madison, Wis., after a short visit with the former's parents, Dr. and Mrs. J. T. Charlesworth. Pre-Inventory Clearance at Pease the Clothiers. Slippers 9Sc L. W. Sherman entered Mercy hospital, Mason City Monday for an emergency appendectomy. Dress Shirts, values to 54.95, at only $2.96. Pease the Clothier. Mr. and Mrs. Robei-t Johnson, 209 W. Center street, are the parents of a son weighing 6 pounds 8 ounces, born at Mercy hospital, Mason City, Wednesday morning. They have a daughter, Rebecca, 3 years old. For sale: Hot Point elcc. Range, good cond. §50. 912 E. Main. Daughters of Union Veterans meeting with installation was postponed from Monday evening until Jan. 17. Legion hall has been taken over by the Daughters of Union Veterans with Mmes. J. T. Charlesworth and Russell Roberts in charge, the former has announced. For rental phone 479 or 376. For sale—Near new electric refrigerator, reas. Ph. 395 L-W. Mr. and Mrs. F. C. DcBruyn returned Monday from Glencoe, 111., wliere they had spent 10 days with their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. J. Edward Moore and 2 children. I am not associated in any way with the Gamble Store. E. L. McDonald, plumber. Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Oehlcrt and daughter, Kay, have moved from 916 S. 4th street to the house which they purchased at 602 S. Oak street. Will have one good Globe- Gazette carrier route open in southeast part of town, \makes $6 per week for a good boy. Apply Clear Lake office. John Rutau lias returned to Paulina where he is coach and teacher of history after spending the holiday vacation with his mother, Mrs. W. B. Rutan, and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Swisher are moving Wednesday from an apartment in the Charles Foss residence on Clara street to ari apartment at 305 N. 5lh street, the former Mrs. Bertha Bell Anderson house. Mrs. Belle Farmer moved Wednesday from an apartment at the home of Miss Nettie Chadbourne to an apartment at 305 N. 5th street. This is one of the 4 apartments in the house recently purchased by A. W. Schultz from Mrs. Henry Anderson. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Marsh are the parents of a son weighing 8 pounds, 12 ounces, born at the Mercy hospital, Mason City, Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Marsh have one other son, James, who is 21-months old. They live on the John Marsh farm 8 miles northwest of Clear Lake. Clear Lake—Mrs. Elmer Nelson was installed noble grand of Tina Rebekah lodge No. 105 and Clarence F. Zook noble grand of Iowa Odd Fellows lodge No. 187 at an impressive installation ceremony at a joint session at I. O. O. F. hall Tuesday evening. Mrs. Marius Wonsmos, Thornton, sang "Others," accompanied by Mrs. Otto Wagner, Thornton, when the 5 elective officers for each lodge were escorted to their places by the installing marshals, who were Mrs. Stanley Thada and Ernie Peters, Thornton. Mrs. Elmer Nelson and Clarence Zook, noble grands; Mrs. Ed Heitland and W. O. Ward, vice grands; Mrs. C. A. Bouline and Clair Heifner, secretaries; Mrs. Grace Cain and G. E. Curphy, financial secretaries, and Mrs. J. C. Morris and Tom Nelson, Jr., treasurers, were the 10 elective officers for the 2 lodges. Announce Appointees Each noble grand announced appointive officers who took their places as their names were announced. Rebekali officers were Mrs. Paul McEldoon, warden; Mrs. E. M. Petersen, conductor; Mrs. CLARENCE ZOOK 12 East State A restricted area of a few blocks in New York supplies 85 per cent of the country's ready to wear goods, whose delivery is expedited by air and rail express to every corner of the United States. Robert Sweiger, chaplain; Mrs. Henry Kimmel, musician: Mrs. Neil Slocum, right support to noble grand; Mrs. G. E. Curphy, left support to noble grand; Mrs. Ray Henry, outside guard; Mrs. Russell Roberts, outside guardian. Odd Fellow appointive officers were Dr. K. R. Rogers, right support to noble grand; L. S. Cash, left support to noble grand; Joe Gracly, right support to vice grand; Bud Priest, left support to vice grand; Paul McEldoon, chaplain; Raymond Cash, conductor; George Ronshausen,: inside guard; Everett Petersen, outside guard; Adolph Friest, right scene supporter, and Bob Latch, left scene supporter. Mrs. Fred Funk was appointed flag bearer and Mrs. R. J. Nelson, instructor. Mrs. Val Wallis acted as right scene supporter and Miss Thelma Peterson as left scene supporter for escorting the installing team members to their places. District deputy grand marshals escorted the past noble grands, Mrs. Frank Trager and Glen Hunst, from their places and escorted all members of the installing staff to their stations. Mrs. Wonsmos sang "Evening Prayer." Sally Slocum presented corsages to Mrs. Elmer Nelson, new noble grand; Miss Betty Trager and Mrs. Ed Heitland, vice grand. Mrs. Wonsmos gave a rending, "A Friend o' Mine." Gave Short Talks Several officers gave short talks including Dr. Henry Knutson, a grand lodge officer; Mrs. Nelson, new noble grand, and Mrs. Heitland. Mrs. Frank Trager, retiring past noble grand, put on a program of appreciation. Mrs. R. J. Nelson played and Sally Slocum presented a corsage to Mrs. Trager and her daughter, Miss Betty Trager. Bob Roberts carried the past noble grand's pin, which was pinned on by Mrs. John Bohning. Mrs. Nelson accompanied while Mrs. Neil Slocum sang a song to the tune of "Memories." Mrs. Trager responded with thanks for the gifts and told of her appreciation to her officers and brother and sister lodge members for their assistance during her term of office. A collection was taken for the I. O. O. F. home which amounted to $20.40. The Thornton installing team included: President and grand master, respectively, Mrs. Bernhard t Hendrickson and Dale Rice; deputy grand marshal, Mrs. Stanley Thada and Ernie Peters; deputy wardens, Mrs. Emil Jacobson arid Murl Ytzen; secretaries, Mrs. Dale Smith and Dale Smith; deputy treasurers, Mrs. John Matthews and John Matthews; Inside guardians, Clarence Bramsen and Clarence Bramsen; outside guardians, Mrs. Willie Nelson and Willie Nelson; chaplains, Mrs. August Hartwig and Clarence Nelson. Murl Ytzen was color bearer. Odd Fellows served lunch, assisted by Rebekahs with Mrs. R. J. Nelson as chairman. MRS. ELMER NELSON "Crusades" to Be Shown as Benefit Clear Lake—The annual staff of Clear Lake high school is putting on a benefit movie, "The Crusades," at the Lake theater Jan. 18 and 19. The seniors will make an advance canvass for selling tickets and would appreciate it if all planning to attend the show would buy tickets from them. Proceeds will go to help pay the expenses of the annual. Final examinations for the first semester will be held Jan. 13 and Jan. 14. Several changes are planned for subjects available for the 2nd semester. Miss Betty Dietz will teach a class in geography, and no physiology class will be conducted. Dwight Anderson will conduct 2 driver training classes instead of one. as was given last semester. The speech class, under Jon Edwards, and the advanced typing class taught by Erma Goldberg have been discontinued. Miss Catharyne Chambers, high school principal, will have an advanced grammar class for high school seniors. No advanced algebra will be taught, but Robert Heston will have charge of a class in trigonometry. Miss Ella Mae Knop will have a class in modern literature. No American literature will be taught. A 3rd year home economics class under the supervision of Miss Nancy Nix will be open only to girls who have had 2 years of homemaking. Miss Virginia Rifen- bary is holding tryouts for the mixed chorus for the 2nd semester. Clear Lake basbetball team will play Webster City there Jan. 14, Hampton here Jan. 21, and Algona here Jan. 22. They played Charles City there Tuesday night. Our 1 st Anniversary Just one year ago we purchased the Bemis Metal Works, changing the name and many of the methods and services. We have also added several experienced furnace men and sheet metal workers together with the well known Lennox Furnace Lines, the finest money can buy. It has been our goal to give Clear Lake a complete sheet metal and heating service, second to none in workmanship and services. We have not always been able to take care of you as promptly as we would like, due to the rush we have experienced the past year. However, we hope to merit your confidence in us by improving our service still more this coming year, and give you the quality workmanship and service you arc entitled to. Our policy has been and will continue to be honest and fair dealing with everyone. There will be no high pressure selling of a new furnace where we know the old furnace can be repaired and last several years longer. Our aim is to grow with Clear Lake, and build our future on a sound, fair basis. ANDERSON SHEET METAL CO. Authorised Lennox Dealer Phone 583 GUNNER ANDERSON CARL ANDERSON" Clear Lake Calendar THURSDAY —Red Cross home service worker. City hall. 1 to 5. Zion Lutheran aid, church, 2:30. Crescent club, Mrs. Lelanci Patterson, 2:30. Sorosis club, Mrs. E. B. Stillman. Busy Bee club, Mrs. Casey N. Frest- holt. 20th Century club. Mrs. I.. If. Leland. Lutheran Brotherhood, Zion Lutheran church, 8. B. T. S. A.. Mrs. Lester Moretz. Amvet auxiliary. Legion hall, 7:30. Youth Fellowship, Gospel Tabernacle, 7:30. Odd Fellows Encampment No. 107, installation. I. O. O. F. hall, 8. Clear Lake Encampment auxiliary, installation. I. O. O. F. hall. 8. P. E. O. PROJECTS Clear Lake—Mrs. L. W. Mahone had a lesson on "P. E. O. Projects" for the meeting at the home of Mrs. C. F. Crane Tuesday evening. Some of the projects discussed were "Educational Loan Fund," "Cottey Junior College," "Sarah Porter Beckwith Home," and "Welfare and Trust Fund." Mrs. B. C. Doudna, New Orleans and Mrs. Cecil Martin, non-resident members, were present. The next meeting will be Jan. 18. Ladies Aid Elects Dumonl—Newly elected officers of the Reformed Ladies Aid arc: Mrs. H. J. Potter, president; Mrs. Peter Kramer, first vice president; Mrs. John Schwcnncn, 2nd vice president; Mrs. Rube Wearda, secretary; Mrs. Will Richtsmeier, assistant secretary; Mrs. John Kramer, treasurer; Miss Frances Wearda, assistant treasurer. W. H. Bishops Return From Family Reunion Held in Dallas, Texas Clear Lake—Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Bishop have returned from Dallas, Texas, where they visited their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Bill -H. Bishop and 5 children, and Oklahoma City, Okla., where they spent some time with their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Dunson and 2 children. Mr. and Mrs. Bishop and their son and 2 daughters and their families held a family reunion Christmas day at the home of their son and family in Dallas. Their other son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Anderson, and 2 children, San Angelo, Texas, were present for the reunion. ESTHER CIRCLE MEETS Clear Lake—Esther Circle of Bethlehem Lutheran aid met at the home of Mrs. Alec Speaker Tuesday evening. The Rev. C. A. Hinz, Mason City, was a guest. The hostess ]ed devotions, reading from the Lutheran Herald. Money making projects were discussed. Mrs. Orville Stinehart will be the hostess Feb. 1. Most rhododendron plants arc small, bushy shrubs, but a reach tree-like proportions. few Manager Named Alexander—vV. T. Campbell of Kingsley, who has been with the Fullerton Lumber company for the past 15 years and who has managed yards at Moville and Lawton, has been transferred as manager here. Mrs. Campbell will join her husband as soon as suitable living quarters arn available. The Campbells have 3 children, all married. 102 South Federal Save on Wards Sheets and Cases Long wear and Treasure Chest 1 97 72 * "" Reg." 2.19 2 49 72x708" Reg. 2.85 LONGWEAR TYPE 128 MUSLINS FINE TREASURE CHEST MUSLINS? Come in today and save.' Firmly woven with 128 threads of heavy long staple cotton per square inch. Hand-torn hems, rip-resisting tape selvages. Bleached pure white. Generous 3-inch top hems. Reg. 2.59 Sheets 81 x 108". . ,.2.29 Reg. 54£ Cases 42 x 36" 44c Look! Slashed prices on our silky smooth luxury muslins! Firm weave of 140 threads to the square inch of heavy long staple cotton. Hand-torn hems, strong tape selvages that are rip-resistant! 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