Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on December 30, 1948 · Page 5
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Nielson Fund Expected to Pass $1,000 It appeared Wednesday as if the fund for the Carlyle "Bud" ™ s °n f amily of Clear Lake, vic- "*"• "' a fire which took their its contents at Clear ive, would run As a result of the Christmas eve program on KGLO for the benefit fd £ abled wa <- veteran, the at the rartin station brought ° thei ; - $253 U P to Wednesday , making the present total rS 6 u rly $20 ° more than was pledged by telephone by listeners ot "good will" who could get tSM the ^g^ted KGLO switchboard between 10:30 and P-m. on Christmas eve. the Carl y le Nielson wil1 be accepted by ..during the rest of this i S i g de P° si ted in the Lake Trust and Savings bank m Mr. Nielsen's name for nis immediate use in the 'family's present emergency. Tf^T^ tr i, butions should be sent to JS.ULU, Mason City. M « "J, d Mr *' Joe S'arnes, R. F. D-. Clear Lake . s « IHI *• H- Furliilth, dear Lake'! .' ...... * J'oo Alice FurtHrh ............ . ...... j'£° l£;..*"i M r"- Ed Kold * »"* »»n 2.00 Irene T. Lepper ........ fl M J. S. Deardeuff and Famiiy ...'.' S 'oo Clear Lake Bakery ....... y . . Veteran, of Forelrn Wars club, Clear Lake .......... Northwoo(i n.oo n.oo i.oo 5.00 5.00 R.OO s.oo 5.00 . girolln. E. Fl.h, Clear Lake " '.'.'. Mri. Verna Davig Stapleton and Family, Ventura ........ ~ Mitchell and Son, Stanley, Rmdlo Repair Shop, Forest M !L *" d M". Ed. G. Enerson, Northwood ... ©scar Jordahl, Le'la'nd .'.'.'" Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Totlen, Forest City Mr ', mJ l? M "' Sldney Reuben, For- Fred Rose and Family] clear Lake Handy Randleman, Clear take Saratoga Auxiliary to Post No'. 48G8, Veterans of Foreign Wars Clear take Jerry Treanor . Anonymous KGIO ' L 1 s t e n e r Mason City ' Terry Sampson Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Martin'and Dean Mr. and - Mrs. T. ii.' Williamson H. D. Caspers, Swaledale .. Otto NuehrJnr "." Ketchum's Conoco Service Irvln floyd Family '.'."." Pearl and Pauly Pelersen (twins), Rockwell Mike and Ronnie Evans B. J. Berdlng- '.'.'.'.'. , OB 1 0 X 5.00 S.OO nno 2 ' 00 '"no j; 00 DAY'S TOTAL PREVIOUSLY REPORTED NEW TOTAL .. S253.00 .. S700.00 ...5933.00 Offer Operetta Wesley—Sr. M. Georgelle and 35 young people of St. Joseph's parish will present a 2-act operetta, "Polished Pebbles," at 3 performances Jan. 2 and 3. The proceeds will go to the building fund of a Milwaukee infirmary. Clear Lake Briefs Billy Lou Barlow plans to leave Thursday for Toledo where she teaches kindergarten after spending a week at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Barlow. Tires, Batteries. Bulk Oil Co. Linger Longer Birthday club will meet at the home of Mrs. Frank CJark Thursday afternoon. Wanted: Odd jobs. Ph. 548-W. Miss Beverly Latham left Sunday evening for Chicago after spending since Friday morning with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Francis Latham and other relatives. Miss Helen Latham, who attends Taylor university, Upland, Ind., left Sunday after spending since Wednesday with her parents. She will visit friends at Austin Minn., until Sunday, when she returns to school. Coat and legging set on sale at Ange and Woodys. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Ballantyne have moved from 108 S. Oak to Mason City. Food and Candy Sale, Legion hall, Friday, Dec. 31, 9 a. m Daughters of Union Veterans. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Schoneman, 410 Vincent Street, are the parents of a son weighing 8 pounds 5 ounces, born Sunday at Mercy hospital, Mason City. He is the 2nd child in the family having a sister 14 months old. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schoneman, 635 E. Main street are the grandparents. For Rent: Light housekeeping rooms, adults. Older couple pref Write D-29, Globe-Gazette. Services will be held at Bethlehem Lutheran church Sunday at 11 a. m. and 2:30 p. m. with the Rev. J. O. Blaness, South Haven Minn., preaching. Make plans to attend the big John Deere Show at the Lake Theater, Tues., Jan. 4. Sponsored by DeBruyn & Pugh Imp. Co. The Rev. and Mrs. A. C. Weg-- ner, Jr., are living temporarily in an apartment at the John Peter residence until a permanent place is available. The Rev. Mr. Wegner is the new pastor at Church of the Open Bible. Mrs. J. H. Woodstock returned Monday from Minneapolis, Minn., where she had been since Thursday at the home of her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Woodstock. Their daughter, Jane, who was at the home of her grandmother for a few days after the closing of Iowa State Teachers college, went with her grandmother and plans to return here Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. R. V. Lillestol Minneapolis, are the parents of a daughter born Monday at a hospital there. They have one other daughter, Lauri Jane, 3£ years old Mrs. Lillestol was the former Rose Marie Woodstock, granddaughter of Mrs. W. H. Woodstock, No Civic League meeting wil. be held in January. The nex meeting will be Feb. 1. Mrs. Mabel Daniels returned Wednesday from Waterloo aftei spending a week at the home of her son and daughter-in-law, Mr and Mrs. S. A. Grow. Thimble Bee club held a potluck dinner and Christmas party at City hall Tuesday evening with families as guests. A social time was enjoyed. Mrs. Paul Nelson will be hostess Jan. 5 at a potluck luncheon at noon. Mrs. Daisy Becket returned Tuesday evening from Goodnight. Texas, where she had been for 6 weeks visiting her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Becket and son, Michael. , Mr. and Mrs. Ileimer Peterson, j Forest City, had Christmas dinner at the home of their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Bynum Jacobsen and 2 children. Mrs. Peterson left Sunday morning to spend a month with her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Bantz, Monterey Park, Cal. Miss Martha Christensen is spending 10 days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Christensen, 511 N. Third street. Miss Christensen is art supervisor at Louisville, Ky., with 1600 teachers to direct, and teaches one teacher training art class at the University of Louisville. Miss Helga Christensen, Chicago, who is art supervisor at Hinsdale, 111., is also a guest at the home of her parents. Both leave next Sunday for their work. Clear Lake Globe-Gazette IF VOUR PAi-EH .S NOT DELIVERED BY 6:0 0 P. M.. PU. *» OR m XO COMPLAINTsT,!.^ ™™" ' *+. COMPLAINTS WILL BE ACCEPTED AFTER 6:45. HAPPY NEW YEAR Cudahy's Tender—Ready to Eat Smoked Picnics .... Ib. 38c King-Nut Vegetable Oleo ... . Ib. 35c Sugar Cured, Hormel's Lean, Sliced Breakfast Bacon ... Ib. 58c Frenched Pork Cutlets Ib. 55c FRESH GROUND HAMBURGER and PORK SAUSAGE 35 c Ib. Small Wieners Fresh Made Ib. 39c Smoked Pound Country Style Sausage.. 45c Tender Beef Roast Boston Butt Pork Roast 45 Ib. Lean/ Meaty Spare Ribs .... Ib. 38c LEG 0' MUTTON ,„ 33c Roast, Ib. 23c [ Chops . Ib. 25c Sugar Cured Bacon Squares . . . lb.29c Smoked Lean Ham Hocks . . . Ib. 35c 2-Pound Box Cream Cheese ..... ea. 79c LUTEFISK, Pound . . . 17c MINCED HAM, Ib. 33c Meetings Conducted by Boy Scout Troops Clear' Lake—Boy Scout troop 75 met at the Zion Lutheran church Monday evening for a short business session, practiced first aid, and played games for the remainder of the time. Next Monday night will be inspection. Boy Scout troop 17, with their leader, Robert Ingersoll, had a sleigh ride followed by lunch at Witke's. Community Farm Institute to Start at Lake Jan. 15 Clear Lake Calendar THURSDAY—Rotary club, All Veteran's Social Center, 12:15. Red Cross home service worker, City hall, 1 to 5. Linger Longer Birthday club. Mrs. Frank Clark, Chri.scr.ias party, election of officers. Grant township Farm Bureau, home of Mr. and Mrs. James Hansen, Jr. Youth Fellowship, Gospel Tabernacle, 7:30. Cuh Pack 103 hay ride, meet 6:30 at V F. W. hall. Meeting for parents and Cubs, V. F. W. hall, 7:30. City council, council rooms, 8. Clear Lake — A. W. Schultz, president of the Chamber of Commerce, has announced a series of 3 Clear Lake Community Farm Institute meetings. The Chamber committee, County Agent Marion Olson and Lester Hanson, Ventura, discussed the details of the program Tuesday noon at a meeting at Cuiiy's cafe. The meetings will be held at the high school auditorium starting at 1 o'clock on Jan. 15, Jan. 29 and Feb. 12. Iowa State college, Ames, is sending 3 of their top men, obtained through Mr. Olson, for these meetings. Harold Gunderson, Extension Entomologist at the college, will head the list. He will speak and lead a discussion on "Insect and Rodent Control" at the first meeting Jan. 15. "Weed Control" will be the topic for Jaan. 29, with E. P. Sylwester, extension specialist in weed control at ISC as the main speaker. "Soils and Fertilizers" will be discussed at the final meeting on Feb. 12 with E. S. Dyas, extension agronomist at Iowa State college as leader. Clear Lake considers itself fortunate to obtain the services of these men for this series of meetings of vital interest to all farmers. Each county in the state is allowed to have these specialists only one day each year for meetings such as this. They will be in Cerro Gordo county only on these dates in 1949. Elmer Luscomb is Chamber of Commerce chairman, assisted by Armour Pugh, Clifford Peterson, Henry Reiter, Howard Lang, Glenn Westover and B. Dayton Merriman. The Chamber of Commerce, sponsoring these meetings, is asking the co-operation of all township chairmen in the county to make the series successful. Marion Olson, county agent, and'the Ventura Commercial club are also working closely with the Clear Lake organization. The Chamber of Commerce will serve free coffee and doughnuts at the close of each meeting. More complete details of the meetings will be announced in the papers as they are made available. Pack 103 to Have Bobride at Lake Clear Lake—Cub Scouts pack No. 103 will have a bobsled ride and the boys are asked to meet at V. F. W. hall at 6:30 Thursday evening. Parents are asked to be at the hall at 7:30 for a pack meeting. A game session** led by J. W. Norfolk, scout executive, Mason City, will be held. A New Year's skit will be put on by the pack with 2 boys from each den taking part and den chiefs, Jim Card and Dick Whitney, in charge. Lunch will be served by dens 1, 3, 4 and Den 4, the Panthers, met at the home of Mrs. Arnot Hansen Tuesday at 4:30 with 4 boys and 1 visitor present. The boys have sent for Indian craft to work on as scout electives. Each boy was asked to bring an achievement for the next pack meeting. Bobby Hansen served treats. Merle Grodlund, Former Principal, Given Promotion Clear Lake—Merle Grodland, 19 Adams Place, Delmar, N. Y. ( has been promoted to manager of Empire State division of the American Seating company with headquarters at Syracuse. He had been the Capital District Post representative for 3 years, and will move with his wife and 3 daughters to Syracuse Jan. 1. Mr. Grodland was junior high school principal here at one time. Food Stores to Be Open on Thursday Evening at Lake Clear Lake—Food stores will be open until 9 p. m. Thursday evening. All stores will close at 6 p. m. Friday and ali day New Year's, G. Wendell Wilcox, chairman of the Retail Merchants' committee, has announced. Cow Milking Planned for Lake Theater Clear Lake—Plans are practically completed for the unusual midnight stage attraction on New Year's Eve, the cow milking contest, at the Lake theater, according to C. E. Mosher, local manager. Two cows are being furnished by Lester Bisgrove for the event, and will be milked by 4 local milkmaids who will compete for prizes offered by local business houses. The first prize for the lady extracting the most milk is a beautiful cameo ring in a gold setting presented by Leland Patterson, jeweler; 2nd prize is a Shaeffer Lifetime fountain pen and pencil set, offered by the Games Gift Shop and the 3rd prize of 3 pairs of nylon hosiery and a Dorothy Perkins cosmetic set from the Oluf T. Hansen Co. The screen attraction is the'do- mestic comedy, "Arthur Takes Over," featuring Lois Collier, Richard Crane and Skippy Homeier, and is good for a laugh every minute. Added attractions are a community sing, in which the audience will have an opportunity to stretch their vocal cords; a Stoodge comedy and a special band act, featuring Tommy Tucker and his band. Tickets for the event are now on sale at the box office, according to the management. Elwin Valley, 207 Lake View Drive was taken by ambulance to Park hospital, Mason City, Wednesday. Gronquist- Sandry Vows Are Taken Clear Lake—Friends in Clear Lake have received an announcement o£ the marriage of Raymond Sandry, Clear Lake, and Mrs. Winnie I. Gronquist, El Cajon, Cal., on Sunday, Dec. 26. The Rev. Henry Sears Thomson of the Community Presbyterian church, El Cajon, read the ring service in the presence of immediate relatives and friends at the home of the bride's sister, Mrs. E. F. Quinn, 251 N. Mollison, El Cajon. The couple had as their attendants the bride's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. E, F. Quinn. The bride wore an aqua street length dress, gray accessories and had a corsage of pink roses and white carnations. Mrs. Quinn wore a gray dress, gray accessories and her corsage was of pink roses and white carnations. Immediately following the ceremony, a reception was held at the Quinn home with Mrs. C. E. Billings of Bostonia, Cal., and Mrs. Ed Breen of North Hollywood assisting the hostess. Mrs. Sandry is .the former Winnie Stork, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Stork, and was born and reared in the vicinity of Clear Lake. Mr. Sandry is engaged in the real estate business in Clear Lake. The couple will be at home after Feb. 1, at 305 South Oak street. Navy Mothers Give Potluck Dinner at Lake Legion Hall Clear Lake—Navy Mothers club No. 270 entertained their families at a potluck dinner at Legion hall Monday evening with approximately 50 attending. Games were played. The next meeting will be at the home of Mrs. James Buck, Jan. 10, in the afternoon. The group has discontinued the use of Legion hall and changed to afternoon instead of evening meetings. Geneva—Charles Baurer, Mrs. A. H. Kramer and Mrs. Emma Pearse spent one day recently visiting relatives in Waterloo Dec. 29, 1948 13 Mason City Globe-Gcieite. Mason City, ! Two 4-H Clubs Hold Christmas Party at City Hall at Lake Clear Lake — Grant Blue Ribbon Feeders Boys' 4-H club and Clear Lake and Grant township Willing Workers, a girls' 4-H club, held a Christmas party at City Hall Monday evening, with Margaret Baker, Dale Prescott and Dick Franks in charge. Games were played, Christmas carols sung, a gift exchange held and lunch served. Robert Baker, president of the boys' club, presented Glen Franks, leader, with a gift from the club. Verna Mae Hansen presented Mmes. Charles Momyer and Marvin Renshaw, leaders, gifts from the girls' club. The leaders gave gifts to all the members of their clubs. Open House to Be Held at E. W. Buss Home on Sunday Clear Lake—Mr, and Mrs. E. W. Buss are holding open house in observance of their 25th wedding anniversary at their home 8 miles south of Clear Lake Sunday, Jan. 2 from 3 to 5 p. m. and 7 to 9 p. m. ALWAYS TOP QUALITY FULL-WEIGHT PACKAGES I POUND, i POUND, i POUND DELICIOUS WITH MEATS, POULTRY, CHEESE, FRUITS, VEGETABLES. FISH. SOUPS FOOD STORES WE WISH YOU A HAPPY and PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR SNACKS and MIXES for your PARTY COLD MEATS ^^ 59c CHEESE SPREADS Gloss 2?c SARDINES ,„ o,, 2 ,„, 25c 29c OLIVES P1 °"" Stuffed i Jars PICKLES Sweet CRACKERS, RITZ CRACKERS, POTATO CHIPS, SALTED NUTS, MEAT SPREADS, SALMON, TUNA FISH, OYSTERS Longhorn C £ S Perfect for Sandwiches, Snacks, or Cold Platters. White Soda, Life, Ginger Ale Club Soda Campbell's. Any Flavor 2 for 33c CHILLETS For Chili for 29c MEATS SLICED BACON g• ,„ 65c SAUSAGE SLICED BACON Decker's Ib. 49c FRUIT COCKTAIL ST . JELL-0 flL. .................. 3,o,23c POP Any Kind 24 B,»le, $1.00 SUGAR 10, 89c SPAM OR TANG 49c GRAPELADE Welsh's LUX TOILET SOAP for 27c TIDE 31c You never tasted a Richer, Finer Coffee BRAUNSCHWE1CER , b 49c Club Steaks lb 59c TOMATO JUICE Libby's 46-ox. . Can Fruits-Vegetables GRAPEFRUIT 10,o,29c ORANGES Good Si ' e GRAPEFRUIT JUICE 46-oz. Can Fine in Punch Sunkist Dor. 39c HEAD LETTUCE Lorge 15c CARROTS 2bcH.19c CELERY Large Stalk FROZEN FOODS Strawberries Cherries Red Raspberries Green Beans Whole Kernel Corn Peas * James Grocery 2424 S. Jefferson Phone 1287 Neibergali Bros. No. 1 1509 S. Federal Phone 829 Cut Rate Grocery 512 First S. W. Phone 112 Pleez-U Market Manly. Iowa Phone 2511 Kluver Mercantile Co. Nora Springs, la. Phone 13 Beerman's Ventura, Iowa Neibergali Bros. No. 2 932 East State Phone 3362 Highland Grocery 1204 North Rhode frland Phone 785 Carolina Grocery 518 8. Carolina Phone 226

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