Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on January 6, 1949 · Page 22
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Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, January 6, 1949
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Hearing Made Lighter Minneapolis, (U.R>—A Minneapolis firm says it has developed a device which will take most of the weight out of mechanical hearing aids. Telex, Inc., has come out with a plastic circuit only 25/1,000th of an inch thick and weighing l/32nd of an ounce. Facial .>' Blotches / externally caused, Resinol Soap cleansing, and soothing Resinol Ointment for irritated spots, does a world of good Speaks on Customs of Island of Crete Lagle Grove—Recently speaking at a meeting of the Eagle Grove Rotarians was Lelancl Allbaugh, a brother of Roy Allbaugh, who recently returned from the Island of Crete. Mr. Allbaugh studied the economic conditions in Crete under the supervision of the Rockefeller Foundation and told of many interesting customs of the people of Crete. Cars seen on the island are old models of American makes. Trans- portation is usually by donkey or human back. Mr. Allbaugh stated that malaria fever has been practically eliminated on the island by the use of DDT which was first introduced there, by the army in World war II. Officers Elected Joice—At the annual business session ol the Bethel Lutheran Brethren congregation, Andrew Almelien was elected secretary; Henry Rognes, treasurer; Orin Heimdal, trustee; Palmer Valder and Andrew Almelien, delegates to the yearly meeting; Ted Rin- dcn, Sunday school superintendent, Raymond Erickson, assistant. at 30 E. State WORK CLOIHES TOUGH! WEARABLE! ECONOMICAL! Yet COMFORTABLE the Year 'Round Overalls Budget Priced When it comes to long wear and comfort you will find the LEE overalls just the ones for the job. Made of heavy weight denim and double stitched at all points of strain. 'Full cut, sanforized and color fast. Buy your winter needs now. Available in all sizes. $ 3.49 LEE JACKETS Lee Overall Jackets arc made for long wear o£ heavy weight denim. Large roomy pockets and extra stitched to insure long wear. Full cut for comfort, sanforized and color fast. All sizes. 3 49 CHIPPEWA JACKETS 100% All Wool For Warmth and Long Wear Here's a sturdy All Wool Plaid lumber jacket that fits your long-wearing needs in rough winter weather. Just the thing Tor hunting or work. Available in two styles, Zipper or Button. All sizes. Button and Zipper Styles 2 5% Cotton Rib UNDERWEAR Full length fleece cotton rib underwear. Snug fitting for warm winter wear. Buttons and seams are double stitched. All sizes. $1.75 25% Wool $3.50 50% Wool $4.25 100% Wool $5.75 LEE COVERTS Full cut, sanforized and color fast Gray Covert Shirts that arc loaded \vith extra wear. All $1.95 30 E. State HERE and THERE Marble Rock — Dr. and Mrs. L. B. Hines and son of Dulzura, Cat., and their daughter and son-in- law, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Ekert of Ames, were guests the past week in the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Wilson. Bradford Mr. and Mrs. L. B. New Airmail Postal Card Due Jan. 10 New York, (U.R)—Something new in United Slates postal service will transpire on Jan. 10 th* me WHERE GOOD CLOTHING !S NOT EXPENSIVE Kratz were called to Thornton unclay by the illness of the later's father. Dumont—Miss Laura Thompson as returned to Simpson college, ndianolii, after spending the holi- ays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. I. Thompson. Chapin—Mr. and Mrs. Chris lindloff are the parents of a daughter born at the hospital in "lampton Sunday. Alexander—Mr. and Mrs. Ar;el Abel and children have re- urned from a 10 day visit with 'riends and relatives at Holton, Cans. Alia Vista—Mr. and Mrs. Jack Miller, Mr. and Mrs. DeWitt Miller of Nashua were recent guests at he home of Mr. and Mrs. Ory ^hippen. Alexander—Mr. and Mrs. I win Rathmann and daughter Patsy Lou of Long Beach, Cal., are visiting it the home of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Rathmann and other vela- ives and friends. Klemme—Mr. and Mrs. George Lawhorn visited Mrs. Lydia Law- lorn and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bartunek at Cedar Rapids recently. Garner—Jesse Smith of Kanawha was a business visitor at the courthouse Monday. Smith is the field assessor for Amsterdam township. Rake—Benonc and Julius Erdahl are visiting at the Leonard Erdahl home in Mission, ^Texas. Carpenter—Mrs. Nor is T^ulbert- son and June have returned home after a week's stay at the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Wolser at North wood. Rake—Miss Marvin Matheson returned to Albany. Ore., where she is employed. She spent the past few weeks with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Selmcr Matheson, and other relatives. Kanawha—Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Tande left for a trip to California and other points for an indefinite time. Mr. Tande sold his implement business to Ernest Nelson a few months ago. Chester Mrs. Arnold Hoinan entered the hospital in Charles City Monday for observation. Alta Vista—Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Kemp and Mrs. Fred Falck went to Waterloo where Mrs. Falck underwent an operation at Allen Memorial hospital Monday. Lakota—Andrew Anderson took his wife to Iowa university hospital for a checkup. Popcjoy—Mrs. Myrta McMurry is visiting her son-in-law and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Vic Meyer, and family at Waterloo. Dumont—Henry Noelting was guest of honor at a surprise birthday party at his home recently. Twenty-two guests from Aredale and Dumont attended. Fertile — Mrs. Ella Zobel and Clifford McEvelly went to Thief River Falls, Minn., to be present at the 50th wedding anniversary of their brother and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Bert McEvelly. Chester — Mrs. Sam Poppinga and little son returned to their home at Lennox, S. Dak., after spending the holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Tibbals. Rake — Miss Maxinc Ryg returned home after spending her vacation at the Mrs. Clara Hamlin home in Thompson. Riccville—Dean Kruger, 5 year old son of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Kruger, is in the City hospital, ill with pneumonia. Emmetsburg—Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Moses celebrated their 25th wedding anniversary Sunday. Crystal Lake—Paul Kirkpatrick left Sunday for Idaho to make his annual visit with his mother, Mrs. Susie Banksond. Goortell—Mrs. W. L. Sherwood, Mrs. A. C. Carpenter, the J. J. Cook, C. E. LaFavre and William Rienhart families were recent guests in the home of relatives, the Henry Emmons at Emmons, Minn. Swca City—Mrs. Dewey Cochran, Fairmont, spent several days last week visiting her parents, the Godhart Sanftners. Chester — Mr. and Mrs. Art Davis and daughter, Judy of Earl- ille. were recent guests of Mr. nd Mrs. Lars Anderson. Wesley — Mr. and Mrs. John Brown of Lake Shelton, Wis., Mr. ind Mrs. Carl Pearson and two laughters, Mr. and Mrs. George ichmock and family of Mason City and Mrs. Alma Peterson of Britt pent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Olsen. Plymouth—Mr. and Mrs. Roy Anderson and daughter accompanied by Mrs. Belle Hodson vis- ted in Des Moines. Emmetsburp — Mrs. Elizabeth Tarr, who makes her home with Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hoyt celebrated ner 98th birthday Sunday. Crystal Lake — Mr. and Mrs. Curtis L. Jensen left Sunday for :heir home in Boulder, Colo., after spending 2 weeks with relatives. Goodcll — Forest Urbatsch of Manly is visiting his brother, Harley Urbatsch and assisting with inventory in the latter's hardware store. Chester—Mr. and Mrs. Lester Schonsby of Austin and Mrs. Inga Schonsby, Spring Valley were recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Blade. Carpenter—Mr. and Mrs. Rogei Anderson, Charles City, have been visiting the former's mother, Mrs Tena Anderson, and sister, Mrs Ray Conrad. Woden—William arid Rudolph Schroeder left for their home at Marietta, Minn., after a week's visit at the home of their sister Mrs. Mary Phillips. Kensett—Employes, wives and husbands of the Linzei- and Brittan Produce company met in the home of Mr. and Mrs. N. Ausenhus for a Christmas party, also observing the 26th wedding anniversary of the couple. postol'fice department will issue a 4 cent airmail postal card. It will be of the standard postcard size, cream colored with red printing, picturizing the American eagle in the upper right hand corner with "U S POSTAGE" written above and "4c AIR MAIL" beneath. This will mark the first time in U. S. airmail history that mail may be sent anywhere in the United States and its possessions, Canada or Mexico for such a low rate. First day collectors may send their orders to — Postmaster, Washington >v^^ cards will be made available through most of the country. Holy Name Society Officers Elected Eagle Grove — Edward Larson has been named president of a Jan. 5, 1949 3 Mason City Globe-G»ielt«, Mtsan City. U. new Holy Name society which has been organized for men and boys of Catholic faith at the Sacred Heart parish here. Thomas Kenefick is vice president of the group of 75 and George Wright, secretary-treasurer. postcards. Each card must bear its individual cancellation and will not be mailed unaddressed in an outside wrapper. Jan. 11 will be the dale the new "COLD BUG ' CHILD? MENTHOLATUM • Poor little chest muscles all sore and "achey" from hard coughing? Quick, Mother—call for soothing Mentholatum! Rub it on back, chest, neck. Your child will like that warm, gently stimulating action! Helps lessen congestion without irritating child's delicate normal skin. At same time, comforting vapors lessen coughing. Table Setting SPECIALS Sharpe Crystal •Goblets "Sherbets •Ice Teas • Wines •Cocktails* Cordials SPECIAL AT 1C 59 each China ware in Syracuse - Noritake - Bavarian and many American Makes JUST ARRIVED — FIESTA DINNERWARE New Pieces in Imperial Candlewick Boomhower Hardware Starts Tomorrow! 10 MONEY-SAVING DAYS! MID \ o • -WINTER ^\ v ROEBUCK AND CO. / \ N ALLSTATE /fa*'*^*' MOTOR OIL Vv ^^^ * - - -». Buy First 10-Qt. can at reg. price Get Second 10-Qt. can at Viz price SAVE 25% ON 20 QTS. SALE ENDS SATURDAY, JAN. 15th plus tax Unusual savings on premium-quality oil for the remaining hard winter days and your spring changeover. Allstate Compounded Oil protects hot spots, surges to instant protection, cleans away sludge, coats pistons with a free-flowing oil-seal for maximum power output. Snap up this half-price offer at Sears, now! Reg. 25c qt. bulk Allstate Compounded Motor Oil Reg. 5.95 5-gal. can •Plus Tax Allstate Battery 18 mo. Guarantee 9.55 A good low-priced battery. It's packed with power ... 45 plate, full 90 ampere hour capacity. No- spill safety vent caps. Motor Tune "•• B 29c* Frcei sticky rings, velvet. Gelt more milooge from your > gas. Peps up motor oerformance. Oil Filter Refill 79c up Allstate refills filter out harmful impuritie* for cleaner oiL Boy at Soars! "Fortified" Motor Oil 2.25 10-tjt. can Allstare fortified regular cleans, resists sludging for powerful engine performance. Spark Plug 39c AlUtate brand gives full power; porcelain insulator, ceramic compression seal. AUTO NEEDS PRICED TO CLEAR Reg. 3.15 Allstate Underhood MOTOR HEATER Keeps motor warm for easier winter starting. Now sensationally reduced in price to clear. Hurry! Buy now! 89c 6-Foot Coil of Heater Hose 68c 23.95 Double Fan Allstate Auto Heater 19.95 6.29 Read Window Fans 4.29 3.25 Pr. Twin Rear View Mirrors, chrome 2.98 13.95 Sealed Beam Spotlight 9.95 Tough Driving Days Ahead Get Through Easier with ALLSTATE traction-grip TIRES 12-95 4fe mff riu » T " Z$a#4j6tffa »wy faat fj jj ff ^___—••••••••••^^•• Installed 6:00x16 Be traction- grip tire equipped for the mean winter driving days ahead. They get you through mud, snow and slick, without the need of chains. Extra-tough bar- button tread grips roads for sure going. See about a set today. TUBES 05 ALLSTATE SAFETY Fight deadly blowouts, punctures for better peace - of - mind pim driving. 1 0 0 % 6:00x16 natural rubber. Installed AUTO ACCESSORIES DEPARTMENT Main Floor, 23 E. State Phone 380

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