Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on January 5, 1949 · Page 11
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Mason City, Iowa
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Wednesday, January 5, 1949
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HAVE 55TII ANNIVERSARY-Mi-. and Mrs. J. W. cmm celebrated then- a r,th \veddiag anniversary Jan. 2 with a family dinner at the Kadmar hotel, followed by open house lor relatives at their home southeast of the city. Here leu the occasion were a son, E. M. Heinsclman, his wife and daughter, Harriet, of Minneapolis, and a son-in-law and daughter, Mrs. W. A. Rodman, of Madison, Wis. Mr. and Mrs. ileinsfhnan are almost lifelong residents of Ccrro Gordo county. Couples Granted Licenses to Wed New Hampton — Marriage licenses have been issued to Duane Tracy, 22, and Mary Hoon, 18, both of Nashua; Donald Knouse, 23, Bcmidji, Minn., and Beverly Lutz, IS, Mankato, Minn.; Sidney Yahn, 22, Otlumwa, and Beltie I-Jovey, 19, Fort Madison; Leland Mahan, 24, Ollie, and Loola Mavo- vots, 30, Charles City; Maurice Bobst, 22, Mason City, and Donna Jean Elliott, 17. Bris-tow. Roger Bock, 18, Klein me, and Jane Eusenhus, 17, Hanlontown; Ivan Johnson, 27, Washington, D. C., and Margaret Lynch, 2:5, New Hampton; Wesley Wiedcnmann, 3G, Monorui, and Ruth Lan.i'e, 22, /Waucomn; Donald Kokesh, 24, 'Chitier, and Helen Kriz, 18, Toledo; Kendall Wilson, 28, and Madeleine Arndt, 27, both of Newton; Robert Zaigcr, 22, Audubon, and Gloria Andersen, 19, Elk Horn; Earl SchalTcr, 28, and Janire Anderson, 24, both of New Hampton; Wayne Dunavan. ' 18, and Jacquelyn Abel, 19, both of Mason City. William Kingrey, 27, and Beverly Claude, 22, both of Rochester, Minn.; Lawrence Biggins, 28, and Kathleen Okey, 18, both of Cassville, Wis.; Frank Trimble, 24, Lake City, and Jeanette Rohlk, 19, Storm Lake; Elmer Tieclt, 21. , Simmer, and Beverly Ganslce, 17, Tripoli; Henry P. Hoiager, iegal, and Emma Voy, legal, boih of Hampton; Robert Kuhens, 23, Fayette, and Edith Steele. 21, Lament; William Weir, 21, and Jane Bigger, 19, both of Biggsville, 111.: Carl Tasell, 21, and Eleanor O'Brian, 18, both of Independence. —o— NOHRE-RUDE Decorah — Miss Joan Marian Rude, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Rude of Decorah. and \Entis Myron, son of M'r. ,and Mrs. Melvin Nohre of Thief River Falls, Minn., were married Dec. 31, by the Rev. F. L. Hans- corn at the Little Brown church near Nashua. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Drcivold were their attendants. In the evening tollowing their marriage, a reception was held at the bride'? home. They left on a wedding trip to California. —o— EVANS-RUD Decorah — Miss Evelyn Rud, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Rud of Decorah, and Donald Evan's of Pocatello, Idaho, were married Dec. 23 at the Missouri Lutheran Synod church in Pocatello. The bride has been a government nurse in Hawaii, and the bride- Big Pockets 2887 SIZES 40 Smartness begins at home — and nothing could be smarter than this frock fashioned with rippling armhole ruffles; huge hip pockets, and a gracefully gathered skirt. Try it in a lively lineup of stripes! No. 2887 is cut in sizes 10, 12, 14, 16, 18, 20, 3G, 38 and 40. Size 16, 4J- yds. 35-in. Send 25c tor 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 (his book .show yoi: how to freshen up your mid-season wardrobe with .smart, blouses skirts, jumpers, jerkins, as well a; all the smart tricks of fashion ir dresses and suits. Price just 20c r copy. Address Pattern Department Giobe-Oa/eUe. 121 W. 19th St. New York 11, N. Y. groom is serving in the Unitec' States Navy. Inventory is over. \Vc find that we liavc too much merchandise on hand. Down go the prices. Don't miss these bargains. Miracle Whip Salad Dressing . . . . Qt. 59c, Pt. 39c Mrs. Clark's Salad Dressing Qt. 49c Monarch Strawberry Preserves, 1 Ib, jar .... 39c Monarch Pic-L-Joy Sweet Pickles, sliced . 33c Monarch Pie Cherries, heavy syrup, No. 2 can 39c Libby's Pork & Beans 14c Libby's Mixed Vegetables, 1 Ib. can 15c Turnip Greens, No. 2 can lOc Kadota Figs in syrup, No. 1 can 15c Stanby Peaches, heavy syrup, No. 2'/z can 35c Stanby Pears, heavy syrup, No. 2 l / 2 can 45c Helen Harrison French Dressing, 8 oz. jar . . 19c French Style Green Beans, No. 2 can lie Royal Gelatin assorted, package 5c Sliced Pineapple, No. 2 can 29c Hills Bros. Coffee, 1 Ib. can 47c AH lie Bar Soap, 3 bars for 26c All 39c Soap Powder, 2 boxes 67c Crab Apple Jelly, 12 oz. jar 19c High Power 16 ga. Shotgun Shells, box .. $1.93 Get your share nf this merchandise while it lasts Business is good at BUNDY'S FOOD LOOKERS i block north of the schoolhouse off "U. S. 18 Clear Lake Globe-Gazette IF YOL'H PAl'EK IS NOT [>J,L1 VEHED BY B:0o 1 M., I'll. a:i'J OR NO COMPLAINTS WILL I'.K AC'CLI'TFU AKTEK Clear Lake Briefs Carl Hates left Monday evening i for Chicago alter visiting for a i week at the home of his mother, Mrs. E. II. Bates, and sister Mrs Paul Miller. For U-X Tank Wagon Service, Ph. 389-W. Bill Shaffer. ET3 Wayne Miles arrived Friday from San Francisco, Cal., to spend a month with his parent?, Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Miles, and brothers, Dean, Allan and Gerald He has recently returned from trips to Guam and Pearl Harbor, and is an electronics technician 3rd class in the navy. Wool Sweat Sox and Boot Sox at only 39c. Pease the Clothier. Mrs. Edith Naylor has returned rom Freemont, Nebr., where she pent her holiday vacation with icr aunt, Mrs. Waiter Winterstein. For Sale: Fur coat, pood cond tc 20. 309 S. 4th Street. Miss Mayme Christ has re- urned from St. Louis, Mo., where he spent her holiday vacation ith relatives. From this dale on I « ill not be esponsible for any debts con- c.led by anyone but mvself — Vlavvin K. Wade. Matt Orth, son of Mr. and Mrs. . L. Orth, underwent surgery at he Mercy hospital, Mason City, iday morning. He is recovering pidly but will be on crutches or .some time. Dr. and Mrs. O. D. Greene, DCS Vloincs, spent the New Year's veckend at the M. A. uime. W. A. Tedder, SOD S. 4th street, vho has been ill for the past year, •cmains in a very serious condi- ion. The V. F. W. team will play the ^orest City Independent team at rorest City Tuesday evening. Thursday evening the Swea City V. F. W. team, 1948 state champs, .vill play the local V. F. VV. team it Clear Lake. Tiekois may be )biained from any member of the Basketball team nr at the club- •oom. Mr. ami Mrs. Harold Johnson of Klevnme entertained at a 6 o'clock dinner New Year's day. Guests ncludcd Mr. and Mrs. John Horn- jerger and Diane, and Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Vestweber and Joey, Mason City; Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hanson and Family and Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Hanson and C. M. Hanson, Clear Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wilson and children have returned home to LaCrosse after spending the holidays with Mrs. Wilson's parents. Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Yeagev. Mrs. George Newman and Tom Hayes left Sunday to attend the funerals of their uncles, Edward Hayes, Trner, who died Friday, and John Hayes, also of: Trae'r, who died on Sunday. Pat Ryan left for his home in Adrian, Mich., after spending: the past week with his uncle. and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Don O'Neill. Iowa Odd Fellows lodsce No. 187 met at I. O. O. F. hall Monday evening' and presented a 35 year jewel to C. A. Knutpon. Open installation will be Tuesday evening of this week. Mr. and Mrs. Clair Heifiicr and Mr. and Mrs. Mark Bacon and Shirley spent New Year's at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Bacon, Ventura. Double C class of the Methodist church will hold its monthly party at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Graham Lawyer at 8 Wednesday evening. The Lawyers live on East Main street, the former Mrs. Myrtle Alder house. Mrs. Clifford Wilson has announced that the next Royal Neighbor meeting will be Jan. 20. No meeting will be held this week. The Rev. and Mrs. A. C. Werner moved Monday from the John Bertha Bell, H. Anderson Are Married Clear Lake—The marriage of Bertha E. Bell and Henry C. An- :lerson, both of Clear Lake was solemnized Monday evening at 5:30 at the First Congregational parsonage with Doctqr Edward W. Day, pastor, officiating at the ceremony in the presence of the immediate family. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred V. Josten, Garner, were the attendants. Mrs. Josten is a daughter of Mrs. Bell. Following the ceremony, a dinner was served at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Earl E. Mack. Mrs. Mack is a daughter of Mrs. Bell. Mr. and Mrs. Anderson will be at home Jan 15 at 201 East Main street, Clear Lake. Large Crowd Attends Fellowship Dinner at Christian Church Clear Lake—Fellowship dinner was given at the Christian church Monday evening at 0:30 with a j large attendance. The Rev. Guy W. Carrel is the pastor. O. T. Balmat, C. W. Butts and Edgar Duesenberg were the 3 new trustees elected. James Anderson, Ray Ebaugh, Harold Garth, Jack Enabnit and Keith Collins were added to the present board of directors. Lawrence Fell, Thomas Atkins, -laude Jacobson, Louis Crist, Max Reynolds and T. L. Sears were added to the present boai-d of deacons. The 4 deaconesses elected were Mmes. Harvey Coe, C. W. Butts, Harold Garth and Emma Francis. A $5,500 budget was presented and approved. The next meeting will be Feb. 17. Jan. 4, 1949 7 Mason Cltr Glob*-G«ieU«, Mufln Clly, I and "Roommates" by Laura Ren dina. HUB DEEP ON HJGHWAY-Water is a Lake, not the water in the lake, or the drinking water, but the \viilor on Highway .I0fi at the present time. Mere it is up to the running board on cars traveling near the limits to Clear Lake. UsuaMy this water drains away, but frozen ground, ice and blocked natural drains hold back water of this January thaw. Peter apartment to one at the Ward building at 117 S. Fourth .street. The Rev. Mr. Wegner is the new pastor at the Church of the Open Bible at .'{27 F. Main street. Mrs. Arnot Ilansen, den mother for Don 4, has announced that they will meet Wednesday 4 to f>:30 instead of the regular lime on Tuesday. Thimble Rev olsib will meet at the home of Mrs. Paul Nelson Jan. 12 instead of Jan. 5, Mrs. Clarence Hill has announced. Richard Pi-Hipp, 4 year old son of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Prilipp, was dismissed Tuesday morning from Pqrk hospital. Mason City, where he underwent surgery. lie is rcyovoi in*,' nicely. Donald Pahus has returned (o Iowa City to resume studios after spending the holiday vacation with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Pah us. BOY SCOOT TUOOP 17 MEETS AT JUNIOR HIGH Clear Lake—Boy Scoui troop 17 met at junior high building with J. Pedelty in charge of opening and Bog Ingeraoll, scoutmaster, in charge of closing. Games were played and a study period held. Pete Hanson was welcomed back for a visit. Clear Lake Calendar VEDNESDAY—Lions club, V. F. W. hall, 12:15. Thimble Bee club, Mrs. Paul Nelson, all day, potluck at noon. Thought and Thimble club, Mrs. Clair Olson or Airs. Fred, Floy, liomu. Congregational WortKMi, Group 1, Mrs. Ralph Rcplogle. 1:30: Group 2, Mrs. F. C. DeBruyn, 1:30; Group 3, Mrs. A. B. Phillips, 1:30; Group 4, Mrs. Roy A. Benedict, 1:30. Coffee club, Mrs Fred Peterson. Cub Scouts, Den 8, Mrs. Tom Wood; Den 4, Mrs. Arnot Hanson, 4 to 5:30. Girl Scout, troop 7. junior high. 4. Brownies. 3rd grade, Lincoln building; 4th fjrnde. junior high school. Park chapter. No. :!5, O. E. S., Masonic temple, installation, open meeting, 8. American Leyion Auxiliary, All Vet's social center. (i:30. Thorkel Sondrol, Jr., speaker. Senior Scouts, junior high school. O. N. O. club, Mrs. Richard Hairy. Double C class party. Mr. and Mrs, Graham Lawyer, E. Main street, 8. Periodicals Are Studied by Lake Club Clear Lake—Progress club met at the home of Mrs. M. A. Arneson Monday afternoon. The lesson was a continuation of the year's subject "Periodicals for Democracy" given by Mrs. N. B. Rice, who told of "Periodicals for Men arid Women." Those discussed were "Esquire," "Fortune," "Woman's Home Companion," "Good Housekeeping 1 ' and "Ladies Home Journal." Business was discussed on projects undertaken by the general federation. "Good Neighbor" seals were ordered to help raise funds to bring a South American girl to the United States for study and to take a North American girl to South America to study. Mrs. C. A. Knutson was appointed legislative chairman for the club and will represent Progress club at the general Federation meeting to be held at Hollywood Beach, Fla., in April. The next meeting will be at the home of Mrs. W. H. Bishop, with Mrs. A. H. Latimer giving a lesson on "Travel Periodicals." Heien Schuman Weds at Cresco Cresco — Miss Helen Schuman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Schumnn, became the bride of Curtis Landswerk, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alert Landswerk, Dec. 31. the Rev. H. A. Stenberg officiating at the double ring ceremony in the Evangelical United Brethren church in Cresco. Miss Naomi 7-lutton of Harmony, Minn., played 1hi> wedding march and Alfred Moron of Harmony, uncle of. the bride, gave her in marriage. Miss Carol Bigalk of Rochester. Minn., attended the bride as maid of honor. Mrs. Harlan Hovcy was bridesmaid, Norma Coyle o£ Harmony, Minn., cousin of the bride, was the flower girl and Marilyn Moran nf Harmony, a cousin of the bride, was the ring bearer. The bridegroom's attendants wore his brother. Gordon, of Sumner and the bride's brother. Dale Schumnn. Donald Knutson of New Hampton and the bride's brother, Harding Schuman, were ushers. Following the ceremony, a reception was held in the church parlors. The couple went to Chicago, 111., for a week's wedding trip and will live on his farm south of Cresco. SLUG WOMANS PG { MARY LOUISE FISCHER TO BECOME BRIDE Charles City — Mr. and Mrs Melvin Fischer announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Mary Louise, to Kenneth J. Palmer, son of Mrs. Amelia Palmer, Charles City. —o— If your family likes scallops try serving them kebab style. Fit them onto skewers, dip them in melted butter or margarine and roll them in finely crushed cracker crumbs; broil carefully until lightly browned. Serve each skewer with a lemon wedge and a garnish of parsley or watercress. Baked potatoes, red and green cabbage snl.-td with garlic-flavored French dressing, and hot rolls make good additions on this menu. NEWCOMERS' CARD CLUB MEETS AT LAKE Clear Lake — Newcomers' card club met at Wifkc's at 7:15 Monday evening for a dessert lunch followed by cards. Mrs. Herb Bonnin won high in pinochle, Mrs. John Planalp high in bridge, and Mrs. N. A. Shimek, high in court whist. Mmes. Wendall Mcdari.s, Howard Lang and O, C. Peterson were the hostesses. The next meeting will be Jan. 17, the hostesses and place to be announced. Promptly relieves COUGHS of Breaks Up Surface Congestion, Too! At the first sign of a chest cold—rub Mustcrole on chest, throat and back. It innlantlij starts to relieve coughs and tight sore-ness in chest muscles. Then good old reliable Mustorola helps break up puinful surface congestion and checks irritation. In 3 strengths. At all drugstores. Raymond Hatch has been making Skinner Macaroni Products for a year He is in noodle production and ough to know what goes into Skinner' Pure Egg Noodles. He says; "I know GET MORE bifj prints on every photo-album papoby "hinging" thorn with "SCOTCH" TAPE. Turn print f.uo down ;ind Inpc .is shown above. t> «% •&< \f£ SZAUS WITHOUT MOISTKNINO TRANSPARENT AS GLASS Buy It At Your Facorite Store • Tips on everytnliiR from gift wrapping to mending fishing rorla in our tirw l»ooklt?t "TVipc It Easy." Srni! for your fref ropy todiiv MlmiCMit;i Minim; &' MfR. Co., :ii;i| K;iiK|vi:ur Avc.. St. fi. Miir.i. only with fresh-frozen egg yolks" Never cheaper powdered eggs— mm] Always the more expensive, richer-tasting, fresh-frozen egg yolks—always. ENTERTAIN POULTRY IMPROVEMENT ASSOCIATION Clear Lake—Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bruchner entertained Poultry Improvement association Monday for a potluck dinner at noon followed by a business session and program. Articles, on poultry were read and guessing contests held. The next meeting will be at the home of Mrs. Ed Hushiam Feb. 7. Frank Holt Has 2 Poems in Anthology at Lake Library Clear Lake—Frank Holt, Wentworth, S. Dr.k., brother of Herb Holt, has sent the library an "Anthology of Poetry" in which he has 2 poems. The Betty Jomes collection was given 3 now books as Christmas gifts. Mrs. M. P. Hughes presented "The Clue of the Broken Locket" by Carolyn Keene and Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Jones, Baltimore, Md., gave "Patty Jefferson of .Monticello" by Marguerite Bance North Carolina has launched a million-dollar program of research and development of its marine fisheries resources. Deafened Aroused by Tiny Hearing Device Chicago, 111.—Wide interest is being shown by thousands of deafened people in an ama/.ing new hearing device which now enables them to fully enjoy music, sermons and friendly companionship—and not be. bothered by bulky, heavy separate battery pack and wires. It is so tiny it fits in the palm of the hand. Users of this device report easily under, standing even faint voices. Accepted by the American Medical Association's Council on Physical Medicine. The makers of Bellone, Dept. 29, 1450 W. 19th St., Chicago 8, 111., are so proud of their achievement they will gladly send you a free descriptive booklet on how to overcome deafness and explain how you may test this tiny device in the privacy of your home without risking a penny, Write Beltone today.—Adv. ON THIS GENUINE LESTER BETSY ROSS SPINET 10 year guarantee Mahogany Case WAS , .Tt^u-eJ -•*•-»-.' -' S.vr J ••••'•' Not- a specially built "sale" piano . . . but a 1949 model . . . genuine Lester Betsy Ross Spinet with the same quality construction that makes this America's favorite piano. Check these famous features: Direct Blow Action Full 88 Note Keyboard 3 Working Pedals Reinforced Moth-proof Hammers Extra Heavy Ribs Extra Heavy Back Posts Veneered Back Panels Eastern Spruce Sounding Board Compare this beautiful Betsy Ross Spinet with any higher priced spinet piano made today . . . you will agree that this is a once in a lifetime buy. 10% DOWN PAYMENT ... 24 MONTHS TO PAY! N MAIL THIS COUPON NOW Please forward complete information on the $535 letter Betsy Rosi Spinet. BERT CRITCHETT PIANO CO E. C. PHIPPS, MANAGER 113 South Delaware Mason City Phone 1997

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