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... 10 Jan. 4, 1949 Mason Cily Globf-Gazelte, Mason ^,ly, i a . MEETINGS^ In North Iowa CLARION—Mrs. Glenn Fanner will entertain the Progress club Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Ralph Sanders will be her associate EMMETSBURG — The Canter club will have its first 1949 meeting Jan. 10 at the sales barn cafe. GARNER —The Garner Liens club.will hold its initial luncheon session of 1949 at the Hull cafe dining room at noon Wednesday GARNER—The Garner Lions club will hold its initial luncheon session of 1949 at the Hull cafe dining room at noon Wednesday ACKLEY —Mrs. Ed. McGough and Mrs. H. C. Barr will be hostesses to St. Mary's Cemetery Society Thursday in the T L. Croker For Rent Floor Sanders - Wallpaper Steamers - Floor Waxers Caulking Guns. COOK'S PAINTS 118 So. Fed. ph. 1017 home. Election of officers will be held. CLARION—The Sisterhood of the First Congregational church will meet Wednesday afternoon JOICE--The Charity club will meet Friday at the Bethany Lutheran church parlors with ?vlrs. C. G. Slattum and Mrs. Hans Lien PLYMOUTH—The W. S. C. S of the Methodist church will meet Wednesday afternoon in the church parlors. ST. ANSGAR—The Ladies Aid of the First Lutheran church will meet^ Thursday at 2 p. m. MANLY—A meeting of the Legion Auxiliary was to be held Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock GENEVA—Mrs. Frank Roepner will entertain the W. S. C. S. in the Methodist church dining room Thursday afternoon. EAGLE GROVE —The Faculty Couples Co-operative dinner will be held Saturday evening at the school cafeteria with Principal and Mrs. A. M. Quintard and Coach and Mrs. Nick Miletich as hosts. AGED MAN DIES Osage—Richard Harris, 74, died Monday at the Mitchell County farm svhere he had lived for 2t years. He never married. Survivors include a sister and a brother. NOTICE OF PHOI1ATE OP WI1 STATE OF IOWA Curro Gordo County -ss. In Di>uicl Court, No 7o;>:i October Term. 184K To all whom It may concern: Von are hereby notified, that an Instrument of writing pur port ing to In- the last Will anil TcftmniMit of George A Esser, Deceased, dntoci October C 19-S5 hiivmu been ihi? day fji c d, opened ami read, Monday the 17th ria.v of January 1949. is fixeii for liearinK proof of same at the Court House in Mason City, Iowa before the District Couit of said County' or the Clerk ot said Court: and al ~2 o'clock P. M.. ,,f the day above mentioned all persons intere.sled are hereby notified and required to appear, and show cause, if any they have, why said instrument should not ho probated and allowed as and for the last Will and Testament of ?aid deceased Dated at Mason City, Iowa, December 17, 1948. S. H. MacPEAK, Clerk of District Court By EVELYN SLOCK, Deputy Eating Place Opens Charles City—A new eating place, the Midway cafe, was opened at the Ripley bridge intersection on highway 218, 6 miles southeast of Charles City. Operated by Mr. and Mrs. Charles Thomas, the place will serve meals and short orders from 6 a. m. to midnight daily. Thomas was formerly a foundry employe at the Oliver corporation .since March 5 1918 KATZ CLOTHIERS Pre-lnventory SALE 10 All Wool Fieece Overcoats 1 each size 37-38 regular 1 each size 37-38-39-42 short 1 size 38, 2—39's Song Regular Price $40. If You See Your Size Come In and Pick Jt Up For Only. Regular $3.95 WHITE SHIRTS $195 1 All Woo! JACKETS Price Regular $25 SPORT COATS $1195 11 R$ T 9 T COLOREDSHIRTS $1.95 Regular $1.95 KNIT GLOVES $119 1 Regular $1.95 DRAWERS $119 1 Regular $1.00 ATHLETIC SHORTS Regular to $3.95 SCARFS Wools Rayons 98c Regular $1 and $1.50 T-SHIRTS /Inc Whites & Assorted Colors 49 PAJAMAS Regular $«*.95 Regular $<*.45 $4.95 *« $3.95 It Regular $2.25 Lightweight Underwear $1.49 Regular $1.65 Button Shoulder Style Underwear. . 98c Regular $10 Fleetmaster Zipper SPORT SHIRTS Only 10 Left 8 Small, 1 Large, 1 Medium 5 Close-Out Special Latest Styles and Shades CHAMP HATS Entire Line Must Go Regular $5.75 Regular $^|. $7.50.... 2 $8.50.... 4 Close-Out TOPCOATS All Wools — Assorted Colors and Patterns Regular $37.50 $ 23 45 Regular $65.00 $ Special 46 45 AH Others Correspondingly Low Prices KATZ CLOTHIERS & TAILORS 212 No. Federal Mason City son, Earl, and Geneva— Mr. Lambert went HERE and THERE Ackley — Misses Marilyn and Janice Cobie, daughters* of Mr ::nd Mrs. Merle B. Cobie, are patients at St. Francis hospital at Waterloo, having their tonsils removed. Geneva — Mr. and Mrs. Grant Hoffman and daughter, Normn Ellen, and Mr. and Mrs. Howard Richards returned from an 8-day visit with the Richards' son, Capt and Mrs. Robert Richards in Marietta, Ga. Kanawha — Mr. and Mrs. S. S Tunde entertained their children. Mr. and Mrs. Oreri Tande and daughter of Britt, Mr. and Mrs. John Stolen of Des Moines Everett Tande of Oak Park, 111., Dr and Mrs. Syrus Tande and family of Fairmont, Minn. Ackley— Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Hanig and daughter, Mary Jo of Fort Dodge, were recent guests in the parental George Hanig home. Rockwell— Mr. and Mrs. Barton Geer and children left for their home at Hampton Roads, Va., after spending the holidays with relatives here and at Fertile Kanawha— Mary Lou Dei bier accompanied Mr, and Mrs. William Scott and daughter, to their home in Mason City for a few days' visit. Garner— Mrs. A. I. Holta an.1 daughter, Joyce, of Algona, are occupying the Dave Smith residence in Garner while Mr. and Mrs. Smith are enjoying a Florida vacation for several months Rockwell— Mrs. Forrest Robinson and children have returned from a visit with relatives in Maxwell. Kanawha — Mr. and Mrs. Fred Gracber are visiting their daughter, Margaret, and son, Cecil, at Chicago, and other relatives' in Indiana and Illinois. Chester— Mrs. Mary Jones and daughter, Rosa, were recent guests at the home of Mr and Mrs. Jay Perry at Shellsburg Rockwell— Miss Mary Ramon a Wolcott and Miss Cleo Anne Gallagher left Monday for their school work Lit Rosary college Chicago. ' Goldficld — Mrs. Martha Kerr left for Circleville, Ohio, where .she will visit with relatives and friends. Rockwell— Mr. and Mrs. Harry Robertson and children left for their home at Fort Worth, Texas after a visit with Mr. and Mrs! George Mantz. Swea City— Phyllis Hammond, student nurse at a Dululh, Minn. hospital, spent the holiday vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hammond. Chester— Mr and Mrs. H. C Barr of Chapin visited at the Frank Proshaska home. Rockwell — Mrs. Mary Kielty left for Los Angeles, Cal., to spend the winter at the home of her family. and Mrs. C. M. to Ames to get their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. John Drewry, and son, Eric, for a visit. Little Eric will remain with his grandparents while Mr. and Mrs. Drewry will finish the courses they are taking at Ames. Lyle, Minn. — Mr. and Mrs. Loydd Dahl and family were recent guests at the home of the Rev. and Mrs. Ralph Williams at Fremont, Nebr. Swea City — Marion Butterfield, former Swea Cityan now living at Osage. is making satisfactory recovery following an appendicitis operation performed Dec. 30 at the Osage hospital, according to word received, by his grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. George. Butterfield. Marion and his family moved to Osage from Fairmont, Minn., last September nnd arc operating a lunch room. Ackley — Clarence Muessigmann, farmer north of town, has been brought home from Lutheran hospital at Hampton. He fell through a hay chute and fractured several vertebrae. Corwith— Mr. and Mrs. John Camlin took their daughter Janice to Des Moines where she left by Plane for Washington, D. C., where she is employed. Kanawha — Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Foster met. their son. Eldon Foster, at Des Moines, and he will have a few weeks' visit. He is in the navy and has bec-n on duty in the south Pacific. Swea City— Kay Kuester, who makes her home with relatives at Elmore, Minn., spent the holidays at the home of her aunt, Mrs. Lowell Roberts. Kanawha — Miss Marilyn Anderson of Des Moines, who attends a beauty school, spent a few days with her father, Perry Anderson. Popejoy — Clifford Ellingson, owner and operator of the Ellingson Food Market, is confined to the hospital at Iowa Falls with pneumonia. Manly — Following a check-up at the Rochester clinic, Mrs. Truman Warner went fn Mason City where she underwent an operation at Mercy hospital. She is reported as recovering satisfactorily, but it has been necessary for several blond transfusions. Swea City— The Clifford Gardners have moved from the tenant house on the Fred McGregor farm and are now occupying the house on the old McNeill farm northwest of town. Lamont Johnson, employed by the George K. Nelson plumbing firm, has moved into the McGrcj^or tenant house. Golclfieltl— Dr. F. H. Kelly and son Fritz have returned home from a 10 days' visit at She Ross Miller home at Bel Airc, Texas. Chester — Mr. and Mrs. Gus Maifield visited with relatives at Hampton. Corwith — Mrs. Fred Varnum nnd daughter Mary Jane returned to Pontiac, Mich., after spending the holidays with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Mullin. Ackley — Jack Bleeker is a patient in Lutheran hospital at Hnmpton, undergoing a minor operation. Corwith — Mr. and Mrs. Al Brown left for Rockford, III., to visit their daughter, Mrs. Pearl Dumivan, who is ill. New Officers Begin Duties Charles City—Two new coumy officers began their duties Monday, but with no formalities marking the occasion. J. Ira Schofield took over as county treasurer, replacing Mrs. Jane Sylvester, who has been acting treasurer since the death, Jan 24. 1948, of C. K. Laijn. Alfred A. Beardmore became the new county attorney, succeeding Weston E. Jones who had served that post for the past 10 years The- third new officer elected in November. County Auditor Harold Fried rich, lias been serving in that office since July 1, 1948. having replaced Gus O. Michell, of Rockford, who resigned because of ill health. Cresco—There was one change m the personnel of the Howard county courthouse staff Monday when William Mclntire, democrat qualified for the office to which he was elected in November Incumbents holding over who wero elected at the'last general election are J. F. Steinmetz, auditor; Mrs. Lyle Peclcrson, clerk of courts; Frank D. Elwood, county attorney: Francis B. Hughes, recorder; Percy Haven, sheriff. Officers on Hunt for Cafe Robbers Charles City—Police Chief Henry DeBoest Monday was lookin" for thieves who Saturday night plno-,K ltf l the Highway cafe'at BIO Gilbert street. He said a window was broken in the rear to gain entrance to the place. The largest loss was candy Several dollars in change was taken irom the cash register. The thief whom the officer thought to be young by his candy taste—overlooked some $GO kept elsewhere in the eating place He said it was thought the break-in occurred around 9 p. m. Saturday. Charles City Briefs District Court Clerk L. V. Leigh Monday issued a marriage license to John D. Fena, 19, of Charles City, and Ruth Hedge, 18, of Spencer. Births at the Cedar Valley hospital here included daughters to Dr. and Mrs. J. G. Bauman; Mr and Mrs. Lloyd Hagerud; Mr and Mrs. Robert Brady, all born Saturday, and Mr. and Mrs. Harold White, Sunday, all of Charles City The 8 pound 12* ounce daughter of Dr. and Mrs. James G. Bauman of Charles City, born at the Cedar Valley hospital Saturday morning who late Monday was still holding her own as the first born in this area, has been named Kathryn. She is the couple's 2nd child and 1st daughter. Luverne Klar was fined $2 in the court of Mayor Harold S. Henry Monday, on a charge of improper parking. Aunt Ellen's club xvill meet Wednesday at 2 p. m. at the home of Mrs. Cora Cross, 205 Leland avenue, with the election of officers and exchange of gifts. Women's night is planned by the First Methodist Brotherhood for 8 p. m. Wednesday when the men will be hosts to their wives at the annual affair in the church social rooms. Dr. Charles Hempstead, district superintendent from Cedar Falls, will the guest speaker. Refreshments will be served following the address. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Weller and daughter, Rita Ann, have returned to Minneapolis, Minn., after spending a few days at the home of Mrs. Weller's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Miller, 308 South Joslin street. They also attended the christening of the infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Miller. The baby was named Joseph William, and Mr. and Mrs. Weller were sponsors. RE VIE WS By CARL WRIGHT Panlette Goddnrd is appearing in one of her gayest and sauciest roles in Oscar Wilde's comedy, ''An Ideal Husband," showing currently at the Palace theater. Photographed in technicolor, the London Film production, directed by Alexander Korda, is being released through Twentieth Century-Fox. "An Ideal Husband" is Oscar Wilde at his be-:; I, presenting as it does some of the liveliest, most THEATERS AT A GLANCE~ CECIL — "Deep Waters" now showing. PALACE— "An Ideal Husband" and "13 Le:ut Soldiers" now showing. STUAN1) — "Ciive My Rsgr.rds to Broadway" and "Sinister Journey" close Tuesday. "Montana Mike" and "Tracy vs. Cueball" open Wednesday. STATE — "Louisiana" and "A Slight Case of Murder" now showing. LAKE— "Abbott and Costello Meet Frankenstein" now showing. penetrating wit and titillating situations created by the master recorder of all-too-human foibles. And for sheer suspense, the co- feature, ' a Bulldog Drummond thriller, has Tom Conway for the suave amateur detective, in "13 Lead Soldiers." * * * Dana Andrews and Jean Peters are involved in a turbulent romance in '-Deep Waters," Twentieth Century-Fox film version of Ruth Moore's sensational bestseller, "Spoonhandle," showing currently at the Cecil theater. It is the story of a man possessed by the sea, and of a love threatened by an undercurrent of fear. It was directed by Henry King and filmed off the coast of Maine. * * * '"Montana Mike" opening at the Strand theater Wednesday, is one of the most unusual westerns ever filmed, with a hero as tough as they come who never totes a gun. Robert Cummings plays the part of Mike, while Brian Donlevy, who thought he would be Mike's nemesis, but thought wrong, matches him every inch of the way. The co-feature offers Morgan Conway as Dick Tracy in "Dick Tracy vs Cueball." * * Edward G. "Little Caesar" Robinson packs a gun and a top-hat in Warner Bros, version of Damon Runyon's "A Slight Case of Murder," showing currently at the State theater. Robinson is a reformed beer runner who wants to get in the Social Regis'ter. In the co-feature, "Louisiana," Gov. Jim- CASE OF y V^S^SBBBT-- t v ::,"4iJj fc _ \ Iteiir. / mie Davis and Margaret Lindsay are starred, with Jimmie offering his favorite songs. * # •»• Bud Abbott and Lou Costello are showing currently at the Lake theater in their latest comedy, "Abbot and Costello Meet Frankenstein." Lon Chancy as the Wolf Man, Bela Lugosi as Dracula, and Glenn Strange as Frankenstein's Monster add suspense to the- picture. Brunette Lenore Aubert and blonde Jane Randolph provide the feminine zest. NOW! Thru Thurs. Matinee Wed. - 2 P. M. Plus - March of Time - News End Tues.—"Give My Regards to Broadway"-"Sinister Journey' THE BEST IN ENTERTAINMENT— THE d&V NEW jgW H ^^^^MHM^^^ ^VHP AND FOR LESS TOO! MAT. ONLY 30c OPENING WEDNESDAY CUWMIHGS Morgan Anne Dick '• EYS • WESSftl COMING SOON — "EASTER PARADE' Church at Lyle to Incorporate Lyle, Minn. — At. the annual meeting of the Lyle Mission church it was decided to incorporate under the state laws of Minnesota. Three men were elected to act as the board of trustees. They are: Hewitt Thompson, Glenn Anderson and Osmand Johnson. The following were elected to the executive board: P. Paul Ross and Osmund Johnson, elders: Hewitt Thompson, treasurer; Robert Greiner, secretary; Naurice Stanton, financial secretary, and Gustave Jorgenson, director. Escapes Injury Lakota—John Hippen narrowly escaped serious injury Sunday when his car ran into the bridge on the pavement west of town. He was pinned between the steering wheel and seat for 2 hours before he was discovered and received help. Rites Wednesday for Retired Farm Woman Spillvillc —Funeral services for Mrs. Eleanor Kostka, 63, will be held Wednesday at 9:30 a. m. at the St. Wcnceslaus church. She died Friday night from a hear: attack. Mrs. Kostka was the widow of Charles Kostka who died in 1944. The family farmed near Jackson Junction and retired to Spillville in 1938. Four children survive, as follows: Mrs. Clara Trapp of Oregon; Mrs. Viola Zoulek of Spillville; Louis Kostka of Cedar Rapids; Mrs. Lula Praska, of Jackson Junction, also 4 sisters and 2 brothers. A barkhan is a traveling mound, or dune, of loose sand. Some in Egypt have been known to move as much as 30 feet a year. The Ritz Club For Food and Fun Bayside, Ciear Lake NOW! End Thurs. AM IDEAL GPDDARD t>.ANA WVNVA^ Hey VETS! DANCE . . . DANCE . . . DANCE Our first Dance of the New Year Tomorrow Nite . . . Wednesday, Jan. 5 MACK'S ORCHESTRA * Another BIG DANCE Thursday Nite, January 6 Music by THE FIVE SHARPS * Make a Date for the VETS' CLUB Everything's Fine ... for Forty-Nine Veterans . . . You must have your card showing you belong to a Veterans' organization for admittance. VETERANS' CLUB 1308 N. Federal Phone 770 Legionnaires . . . Let's start 1949 right. We accept 1949 American Legion dues. CECIL NOW SHOWING • •Aimed i VERY HEART 'OF YOU! ...Ttifs londq,misunderstood lad A warmlnq sto^ of Deep Human Loves, Cbn&uenrKj {Teat's, Disivus% and Stom4-Hates...fr0mREAD(;JS ' DIGEST HeaKt-wanninqsforq.... "SPOONHANDLE"<?0/ws WATERS ANDREWS Jean PETERS feanSTOCKWELL CESAR ROMERO ANNE REVERE Photographed and Enacted Against the Scenic Beauty of Maine's Storm Swept Coasts and Tiny Fishing Villages! A "Must" On Your Entertainment List!! JUDY GARLAND — COMINO — "THE PIRATE" GENE KELLY IN COLOR

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