Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on December 30, 1948 · Page 10
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 10

Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, December 30, 1948
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Wnppgevge^^ 71 Hancock County Home Inmates Entertained at Christmas Dinner Garner—Christmas was a merry countvV nmatCS 3t the Hancoc * m m P h ? me> accot 'ding to Herman Paul, steward They were treated to a turkey dinner with all the festive trim- Rnnf S> t, heuturkeys a gift from Ed R f ch ° f Klemme - who sup- 6 large ones for the festive "Saved my Lif C A God-send for GAS-HEARTBURN" " When excess 8to mac li acid causes jml nl ui . BUflocat- 10E KM. sour atomacti and heartburn. doctora usually prescribe the tautest-acting mertlciiifs known lor •yiuptomntlc relief— mKllc/Ticallkethoaeln Bell-ana Tablets. No Inxntlve. ISell-ans brlniia comfort In a jlfly or return bottle to us for double money back © BELL-ANS for Acid Indigestion 25? board. Miss Louise Q. Beyer, Garner attorney, assisted with arranging the dinner and decora- lions. To add to the yuletide joy various/clubs and groups contributed with gifts and song. The Madison Ladies Progressive club provided the treats for all; George Stokes- bary, Garner, presented the home with several gifts; the Garnet- Woman's club donated $2 in Christmas seals; Garner Garden club presented gifts to women inmates; the Garner junior and senior Girl Scouts and Red Cross made contributions, and the Brownie Scouts made decorations for table favors. On Christmas eve a program was staged at the home. Mrs. H. G. Voetberg of Garner presided at the piano and the group sang Christmas carols. She was assisted by Jimmy and Donna Kargas who favored with violin and piano duets. Following the program gifts and treats were distributed to all inmates and each inmate received a personal gift from the steward! and stewardess, Mr. and Mrs. Her- I man Paul. Singing of Christmas carols by | Garner Girl Scouts, the joint choir from the Zion and Peace Reformed churches, under the direction of Mrs. R. D. Stuebbe and the choir of St. Paul's Lutheran church under the direction of the Rev. G. J. Kupke, completed the program. Wheeled Chair Hunt Marion, 111., (/p)—Joe White has to stay put in a wheel chair, but he gets around anyway. He even goes hunting. Two friends parked his chair in a field near a lake and built a blind of corn stalks around it. Then, in no more time than it takes to say "bang," Joe shot a goose. Wesley — Jean Chamberlin of Minneapolis spent the holiday at the parental Irvin Chamberlin home. Clarion Night School to Open Classes Offered at High School Monday Clarion —The 13th annual night school will open Monday at 7 p. m. at the Clarion high school. The tuition fee is $2 and the courses offered are as follows— Homemaking, tailoring or home decorations and other phases of homemaking depending on the interest. Agriculture: Complete subjects yet to be determined. Typing (1) beginning, (2) advanced, including use of office machines. Machine shop: Will embrace welding and work on machine lathes (no woodwork). Photography: How to take, de- velop pictures and discussions on ; photography in general. Speech: Aid and instruction on how to prepare and deliver speeches in public. Contemporary affairs: Class discussions of current important public subjects such as the Marshall plan, Palestine division, taxation, support prices, etc. Physical education: To be announced. Open forums: Invited speakers to talk and to be selected by the night school council. Sign for Lessons Clarion —The signups for sewing lessons on "Making a Simple Dress" will take place beginning Jan. 3 in Wright county under the direction of the home economist, Mrs. Lettie Zuber. Only 16 women in each township are permitted to take the lesson. Garner —Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Peck of Kalona visited with relatives and friends in Garner. County Engineers Discuss Problems Ames —One hundred county engineers and administrative officers of the Iowa State Highway Commission are holding the second annual county engineer^ conference. Sessions will run through Thursday, according to Marvin Gould, course secretary and member of the Iowa State college engineering extension service. The conference is sponsord by the Iowa Highway Commission, Iowa County Engineers association, Iowa State college engineering experiment station and the civil enginnering department and engineering extension service of the college. Problems in drainage, cost accounting, building codes, testing procedures and employment practices will be discussed during the 4-day meeting of officials. H«r Mr, »t U, M fnOf . .. nw h—J It • Mil .1 le««ty (wit AM *m bit mrj IM PRICES EFFECTIVE WEDNESDAY EVENING, THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND MONDAY 5c Almond or Milk Chocolate Weather Lotion By Dorothy Perkins Regular $1.00 Size Bottles. This Week Only HILEX BLEACH . 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Double or single edge. 2 <<„ 50c Regular 50c Pkg.. . . — BABY NEEDS — Baby Food cES^'cii' 3 „, 22c Even-Flo Bottles L? ........ lOc Dextri-Maltose i±: 6?c Oleum-Percomorphum ".V 76c Vi-Daylin Uzr.'wL. .......... 95c Hontocebrin v±t 4 .. $1.21 Carnation Milk HI 3 for 41c Baby Pants SrSS;. KP r e ": ..... 29c Bayer Aspirin If^Sk..... 59c Lysol M°«. a,. 89c Spirit Camphor B:;;;,, Uc Spirit Nitre i'o°°Bon,e 39c Quinine i 0G : e r Caps " !es 29c Bromo-Quinine LO^^". .. 69c Bengay T 5u L Si " 69c Analgesic Balm ^i,, 13c BCOMPLEX VITAMIN TABLETS Abdol With Vitamin C Multiple Vitamins by Parke Davis. High potency, one a day furnishes requirements. Bottle of £«% UJT 100 Capsules. . yA.JfO SAVE FOOD-SAVE MONEY txtra Refills 3 for 25t Peveloprd by the Crosby ncsenrcli Foundation, •Klowcrl by O 191& Sigma Products Corp* Get Yours Now AT OSCO WEST BEND STEAM STERILIZER Finest Food Protection for Kttch*n and Pantry Use WE HAVE IT . . . iterijiz* baby's bottles the quick and easy war-' right on TOUT niacc. S curdy •ll-aluminum tray-inset «J- towi free and efficient flow of hot steam. Holds sereo bottles. Sterilizer can altob* wed for cooking and n niti n« , IN INAUGURAL PARADE— Richard Setterberg, son of Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Setterberg, 114 Crescent drive, will march in the inaugural parade for President Harry Truman Jan. 20 in Washington, D. C.. as a member of the Coe college military band from Cedar Rapids. A graduate of the Mason City high school, Mr. Selterberg is a sophomore at Coe where he plays first trombone in the military and concert bands. KRESGES 25c to $1.00 Stores YEAR END CLEARANCE SALE Ladies' 45 Gauge Full Fashioned NYLONS $ 1.00 Men's 8 oz. Blue Buckle OVERALLS HERE and THERE Popejoy—Mr. and Mrs. Kermit Mendell and daughters visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Frieden and brother, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Frieden, and family at West Bend recently. Rockford—Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hoffman of Iowa City spent Christmas with the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Baker. Ackley — Mr. and Mrs. Aron Laipple and baby daughter, Patty Jo were recent guests in the home of Mrs. Laipple's mother, Mrs. Anna Coyle, and family and with Mr. Laipple's mother ana sister at Hampton. Geneva—Mrs. Blanche Pressel of Chicago spent the holiday with her son, Lloyd Pressel, and family. Bristow—R. H. Stewart, who has been ill at his home since Friday, is better. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Stewart of DeWitt and Mrs. Sarah Flanigan of Waterloo were visitors in the Stewart"TT6me. Alta Vista—Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Rogers and family left Monday for their home in St. Paul, Minn., after spending the Christmas holidays with Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Mahoney. Corwith—Mr. and Mrs. Charles Martin of Nebraska and Mr. and Mrs. James Greenfield and daughter, Sandra, of Cedar Rapids spent Christmas with Mrs. Lydia Martin. Swea City—The annual business meeting and election of officers of Immanuel Lutheran congregation will be held at the church at 7:30 p. m. on Tuesday, Jan. 4, according to announcement by the Rev. A. M. Youngquist. Dumont—The Reformed Ladies Aid will meet Thursday afternoon at the home of Miss Francis Wearda. St. Ansgar—Mr. and Mrs. Donald Albertson of Fergus Falls, Minn., and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Lindholm, of Mankato, Minn., were Christmas guests of Mr. Albertson's mother, Mrs. Belle Albertson, in St. Ansgar. Kanawha — Mr. and Mrs. Olin Engh and family of Eagle Grove, Mr. and Mrs. LuVerne Thompson of Corwith, and Mrs. Morris Erdahl of Forest City were among the guests at the Olaf Thompson home at Christmas day dinner. Rake—Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Hanson and Mrs. Gerald Quam visited at the Aimer Hanson home in Albert Lea and left for- Duluth to attend the wedding of their son and brother, Roger Hanson, to Bette Johnson at the Methodist church in Duluth Monday. -Geneva—Miss Ruth Gillette of Des Moines spent the holiday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Gillette. Mr. Gillette is recuperating from a 3 weeks' illness. Popejoy—Mrs. Frank Brower of Russell is visiting her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. M. S. Altizer, this week. Rockford—Mr. and Mrs. Elmore Velson were Christmas dinner ;uests in the home of Mr. Nelson's ister, Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Scheid in Mason City. In'the afternoon they called on their brother, Hans Nelon, who is a patient in the Mercy lospital following surgery. Nashua—Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Bradford and daughter, Kandi ,ou, and Mr. and Mrs. Robert ierce, all of Elizabethtown, Ky., are visiting in the Lowell Ransom iome near Nashua. Brislow—Visitors in the home of VTr. and Mrs. Milo Flanigan were VTr. and Mrs. Allan Higgins of Berwyn, 111., Mrs. Mary Considine of Oelwein and Mrs. Sarah Flangan of Waterloo. St. Ansgar—Mr. and Mrs. Carl Wiistermann and children of Morgan, Minn., and Mr. and Mrs. Dale rr of Albert Lea, Minn., were Christmas guests at the parental Hugh Carr home. Rf.^rrvert T» l.imil Quantities—Federal Excise Ta* Will Be Added T» Alt Taxable Merclianrlise Unleix Otherwise Specified STOKCR K & H ELECTRIC 308 So. Delaware Phone 1139 $ 1.98 Ladies' Full Fashioned 51 Gauge-15 Denier NYLONS $ 1.29 Ladies* PURSES 88 SHIRTS $ 1.00 Men's Big Yank WORK PANTS $' DRESSES One Group Collars & Dickeys 39 C Blouses A Few Boys' PANTS $ 1.00 DRESSES Boys' Winter CAPS 88 This is a year-end clearance—not all sizes .or colors. Many other items of only one or two of a kind. The Hosiery prices are our new low prices. KRESGES 25c to $1.00 Stores 9 South Federal

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