Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on December 29, 1948 · Page 9
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Cash Rolls in for Christmas Fire Victims '" with /L "V" "*" ^^'ttcd over their imm»^-f Niels ° n family for ?° m 5 anc * all its contents at Clear ^afce on Christmas eve Cl«rtr ltri iS" t , lonsL s ^ould'be sent to •» ™ Glson ~ Fund ' car <> of •>, Mason City. Slisks. Globe-Gazette BY G.M I-. M-.J-H.jn.> OR 35,. N0 COMFLAIXTSWILL 8« ACCEPTED AFTEH. M5. H. oo, AUnlv , Mr. »nd Mrs Geo.'Wenit '.'.'." Leon P. Green f»mlly ' ' "" F " d . Hunemlller .... ..... and Mri. Cha». w. Black 2. 00 3.00 5.00 2.00 5. ftp 2.00 5.00 1.00 fl.OO r.-OO fi.OO 5.00 2.00 1.00 G.OO 5.00 1.00 !>.00 r>.oo fir»»w iuni <-< . -•••••»•«»•.,.,, i>.uu w?E5ff r £X-•:;::: 5S The Boston Cafe , o^£ Dorl, M. LaGasse . ~^2J Mr,. Edith PJ Ckeng , 4 d.iihVeK .. « y OIlvcr * r °m California; »na Mrs. A. G. J or don, Clear L«k« _ >tiu jro^-S^v^fe:. *< «, " >' - v *~~ «***! *&*f~ L. L. Heimingsen, South Shore s the owner Peterson Brothers, Shell Lake, Wis t hn t i, • . atS ' whlch were manufactured -by Treltakes Cantty 'shop ' aMrS ' Artbur Oeo. P. Ne'wman ".". ............. Mr. and Met. Bennett C. Neil ..... fA. J. Bower, Clear Lake .. •" " Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Jarvis, Clear 10.00 5:00 10.00 5.00 5.00 2.00 1.00 10.00 5.00 5.00 3.00 3.00 1.00 5.00 Dr. G. S. Darnell,' Cl'e'ar' Lake City*" 4 Je " r Bo *' en > forest Mr. ana Mrs'.' Waiter'Needha'm Mrs. Lewis Lind t ren, Forest City Ivan Gerdes, Sheffield . Raymond Schmitz Family, R."f. Evert . Post.'' TlVoiika. " The Nichols Shop, Clear'Lait'e"" -> im Richard Schuchert, Jolce .. . '.'. 3^ A. K. WarnVr ' .,, Larrle Lindquist, Manly "" V .Tomrnie Thomas, Clear Lake A. E. Xelson .... """ Wm. E. lluntbaich '".'.'.'.'.'.'. M ~ an ? Mrs - Frcd A. McGrath! Forest City .Mr. and Mrs. L. P. LomhoU Osarc ' .L. M. Taylor . J Guy Moretz, Northwood B. L, McCready, Northwood Mr. and Mrs. Howard Lamra St Ansjar ..' - nn L. B. Kuglcr, Hampton ... "" Ion Ivan F. Martin Family, Clear Lake S.'oo Luther Prueger, R. F. D. Bel- niond v j Anonymous, Norlhwood .......... j' 10.00 3.00 00 s!oo 1.00 1.00 1.00 5.00 JJ.OO 5.00 lull" 1 1.00 00 Madje N'eison l.oo 2.00 A "" iyn !?",?' ° 3 *** •••••" in^oo 5.00 1.00 ' 1.00 1.00 1.00 5.00 5.00 25.00 _,. , Valley Farm, St. Ansgar Chris Evanoff, Ontona^on, Mich. Frank KrivohLane Vcrna Evanoff Goldie Kavaya . Pvt. Roy Evanoff .'.'.'.'. " J'oo Steve Christ, Minneapolis, Mino'. l'oo Mrs. Mike Evanoff .'. Mrs. M. B. Wamstad, Osiifr' J. H. Henrichsen, Thornton Mr. and MM. Clarence H. Brirrs' Dubuqnc ' Joe Menses, Alia Vista. .'.."" -t on iT u ? £• Muii «". ^^tte :::: '^ Edward M. Stejrer, Dyersvilie .. 10.00 Karl Weiss, Cedar Rapid, ; 5^ A. W. Henthorne, Marquette .... inn Katheryne Koss, Marquette ..'.., ' 5 M Aoonymonj, Mason City Bp!oO TOTAL TO DATE $700.00 Rainbow Girls Give Formal Dance at. Masonic Temple Clear Lake — Rainbow Girls gav;e a formal dance at Masonic Temple Monday evening with 70 girls and guests present for the occasion. The basement was decorated in a red, green and white Christmas color scheme, with a Christmas tree and a candy cane idea used for the programs. Poles were wrapped to represent candy canes' Tables had large poinsettia plants and red candles in silver holders. Favors of, holly and evergreen corsages were given to the girls. . Romaine Grandon gave a program of magic which was followed by dancing from 8 to 11. Christmas colors were used in the refreshments. Chaperones were Mr. and Mrs. Peter Miller, Mr. and. Mrs. Fred Baum, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Miller, Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Ludwig and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Replogle. The next meeting will be Jan. 10, when officers will be elected. V. F. W. Team Faces Strong Cage Teams, Swea City and Rudd Clear Lake—Veterans of Foreign Wars basketball team puts its 9 game winning streak on the line this week by facing 2 strong teams on successive nights. Wednesday night the locals go to Swea City to face the Swea City V. F. W. Swea City's team is the 1948 state V. F. W. champion, and the team that defeated Clear Lake in the state tournament last year. On Thursday night, the strong Rudd Legion team comes to Clear Lake to play the V. F. W. on the high school floor at 8 p. m. Next week the V. F. W. plays • 'return' game with Forest City Tuesday at Forest City, and on Thursday, Jan. 6, the Swea City V. F. W. comes to Clear Lake. Soap was a highly expensive Hern until 1800 when a French scientist discovered soda could be made from common salt and by hi* research made soap available to common people. ' • : .7 Clear Lake Briefs I\Ir. and Mrs. Clarence Smith and family, Iowa Falls; Mr. and Mrs. Don Bacon and family, Lake Mills; Mr. and Mrs. Verne Bacon and family and Mr. and Mrs. Clair Heifner spent Christmas day at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Mark Bacon. Care for children in my home, 7:30 to 5:30. 409 N. Elm. Chris Estergard received his 35 year jewel at the meeting of I. O. O. F. lodge Monday evening at I. O. O. F. hall. The next regular session will be Monday evening _ and installation Tuesday evening at a joint open session with the Rebekahs. Outdoorable snow suits on sale at Ange,& Woody's.. .. Mr. and Mrs. Clare Allen and daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Allen, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Allen and family and 'Miss Genevieve Olson,' all of Mason City, had Christmas dinner at the home of Frank Allen south of Clear Lake. Ward Allen, Algona and Miss Jean Bufencamp, Sac City, called on Frank K. Allen,' the former's grandfather, after spending Wednesday with the former's parents in Mason City. The condition of Mrs. Henry Huber, who is seriously ill at'her home northwest of Clear Lake remains about the same. • Mr. and Mrs. Louie Glassel, and 2 daughters and son drove from Cedar Falls and-spent Christmas day at the home of Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Holt. Mr. Glassel is Mrs. Holt's son. Mr. and Mrs. Ed W. Franks are moving Saturday from Sheldon to the Rudy Hansen house at 210 Linden Ave. Mr. Franks is the new secretary of Clear Lake's Chamber of Commerce and will begin his duties Monday, A. W. Shultz, president of the C. of C. has announced. Junior choir of Zion Lutheran church will practice and have a Christmas party at the church at 1:30 Thursday afternoon, Mrs. H. L. Erickson, leader, has announced. City Council: will .meet Thursday night instead of Friday night of this week, Ralph Ingersoll, City Clerk has announced. Linger Longrer Birthday club will meet at the home of -Mrs Frank Clark for a Christmas party and election of officers Friday afternoon. Mary Ann Markworth, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Markworth, was taken to Mercy hospital, Mason City, Sunday afternoon, ill with nneumonia. Mr. and Mrs. Daryl Kilborn and son, Jackie, Rochester, Minn., left Monday after spending the Christmas holidays with Mi-s. Kil- Doris Erickson has returned to Minneapolis after spending Christmas with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Erickson. Richard Klitsch, 82, 113?, S. Second street, was taken by ambulance to Park hospital, Mason City Sunday -evening. , Mrs. Charles Woodward returned Monday afternoon after visiting since Wednesday at the home of her sons-in-law and daughters, Mr. 'and Mrs. George Larson, and Mr. and Mrs. Ted Gunderson and their families at Osage. Do Your Bit club will have a potluck dinner and Christmas par$ . for . families at City hall Wednesday evening. Mrs. Larry Keith will entertain Triple C club Wednesday evening for a Christmas party. Mrs. Anton Christiansen entertained her children and grandchildren at a 6:30 Christmas dinner at her home at 111 South Elm street. A gift exchange and Christmas tree were featured during the evening. Then the 12th wedding anniversary for her son, Paul, was celebrated with a ? tiered wedding cake as part of the refreshments. ^Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Easier arc attending the annual Recreation school being sponsored this week by the Des Moines area oE the Methodist church at Simpson college, Indianola. Choir members, with husbands and wives of the Methodist church, are being entertained at a "Cooky- Board" by the Rev. and Mrs. W M Hubbard at the parsonage after choir practice this week. Mrs. Harlen Reid is director of the choir; Mrs. Harry Mason is the organist. The Rev. W. M. Hubbard left for Des Moines Monday evening where he is spending Tuesday and part of Wednesday in committee meetings and sessions in connection with the annual meeting of the Commission on Christian Educa- Lake Carol Singing Is Highlight of Christmas Season Clear Lake—One of the highlights m the Christmas observances at the Methodist church was the carol singing and gift bearing carried out by juniors, intermediates, high school and older youth groups. The 72 singers divided into 6 groups to carol for shut-in and ill members of the church in 62- homes as well as the nursing home in Clear Lake and the Odd- Fellow's Old People's Home near Mason City. Cars to convey the'groups were provided by Mr. and Mrs. Richard Harry, James Kennedy, Jack Kennedy, Mrs. Claytus Melcher, Miss Mildred Baker, Billy Watkins, Bob Wilson, Lloyd Easier and Rev. W. M. Hubbard. Mesdames Arthur Hammond, Lyle Stevens Louie Trelor, Warner Hubbard! A: G. Jordan and Miss Esther Way helped with the "eats"" provided after the singing each evening by the Woman's Society of Christian Mrs. H. Kimble Services Held Rites Conducted at Kansas City Chapel Clear Lake—Funeral services for Mrs. Homer R. Kimble, nee Ermer R. O'Neil, who died at her home m Kansas City Friday afternoon, were, held at the D W Newcomer's Sons funeral home in Kansas City Monday afternoon. The R_ev. Herbert E. Duncan, pas- u °u Ul e First c °ngregational church,, Kansas City, conducted the rites and burial was in Floral Hills cemetery. Hymns sung by the Newcomer qU j r f£L were ' " Cr °ssing the Bar" and "The Lord's Prayer." Request numbers by Mrs. Fred Bishop, organist, included Handel's "Largo " Fmlandia" by Sibelius, Tschai- kowsky's "Concerto in B Flat Minor" and "Sweet and Low." Pallbearers were Frank Hall Wi i h ^ n l Sn y der . James Wools'ey and Robert Cor kill. Relatives from but of town attending the rites included Henry' R. Kimble, Washington, D C- Mrs. William McLaughlin, Swale- dale; George E. O'Neil, Mason City; Arthur B. O'Neil and Miss 3 5'™' Ne l 1 ' C1 ear Lake, and r. and Mrs. John Kasteiy Afton Iowa. ' Clear Lake Takes Care" of Carriers Clear Lake—Globe-Gazette carrier boys and girls (20 of them in Clear Lake) were mighty happy little business people . this past week. Showing their appreciation and thanking them with gifts of home-made cookies, candies and assorted goodies as well as with gifts of money, the Clear Lake people "took care" of their paper boys at Christmas. The phones in the Globe-Gazette office were busy with requests from local residents for the home addresses of their carrier boys. Service. St. Ansgar Circuit Pastors Entertained Clear Lake—The Rev. and Mrs. Ruben Mostrom entertained the pastors and their wives of St. Ansgar circuit for a buffett supper Monday evening at the parsonage. This circuit includes 22 pastors and extends from Thompson to Osage. lion for the Des Moines area of the Methodist church. One httle fellow had to borrow a shopping bag on his route to carry home his gifts given to him by his customers, and finally had to send an S. O. S. to his mother to come and pick him up as the bag was just too full. The kindness and generosity shown the boys, made up for the wardships they undergo through the year in order to keep their customers happy. The Globe- Gazette carriers thank everyone for the part played in making their Christmas merrier this year and they hope that 1949 will be the biggest and best year that the C1 £,ar Lake people .have ever had. The boys and girls who have carrier routes . include Bobby Thompson, Clinton Johnson. Bobby Tarr, Robert Martin,.Larry Wilson, Roger Westover, Dick Rogers Gerald Stbltz, Jerry '-O'Neill Stanley Barkhurst, Tom Fankell Lucille Bruchner, Keith Johnson George Sedelmeier, Peter Miles, John Wright, Gary Gift, Rodney Knight and Judy Hoffmann. Clear Lake Calendar WEDNESDAY—Lions club, V. F. W. hall, Dp-Your-Bit club, potluck dinner and Christmas party for> families. Tri-for-Hi Bridge club, Mrs. Fourth grade Brownies, Junior high school. Daily sewage in New York City totals one billion gallons. born's parents, Mr. Charles George. Mr. and and Mrs. Mrs. George had a family party Christmas eve that included all their family. Dinner guests at the T. P. Joynt home on Christmas included Mr. and Mrs. Irvvin Joynt and son West Bend; Mr. and Mrs. Vernell Hudwig and children, Algona; Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Joynt and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Joynt and children and Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Joynt, all of Mason City, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Joynt and children, and Paul and Vincent, of Clear Lake. Pat Ryan, Adrian, Mich., arrived Sunday morning to spend a week with his uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Don O'Neill. Masses on New Years Day at St. Patrick's Catholic church will be at 8:30 and 10:30. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Amundson are the parents of a daughter, Merela Rozan, born Sunday evening, at the Mercy hospital, Mason City. She weighed 6 pounds, 14J ounces and Is the first child in the family. The grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Kutschara and Mrs. L. O. Amundson. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Weaver and son, Johnny, Chicago, arrived Friday to spend until- after New Years at the home of Mrs. Weaver's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Vernon. Mr. and Mrs. Korer Frickson left Tuesday for Northfield, Minn., after spending since Thursday at the home of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Erickson and Mr. and Mrs. Herman Markworth. Miss lowana SLICED BACON, Ib Hormel's, Decker's, Swift's BRAUN- - 0 SCHWE!GER / lb....5"C Fresh Dressed Turkeys, Ducks, Geese, Chickens, Lutefisk, Oysters. Bird's Eye Foods, Fillet of Haddock, Ocean Perch, Pike Fillets, Strawberries, Vegetables of AH Kinds. Buffer-Nut COFFEE SHOP at GRUPP'S YOU'LL APPRECIATE Arthur Godfrey's Nabisco Premium CRACKERS, Lb. Box Northern Tissue Quality Beef SWISS STEAK, Quality Beef POT ROASTS, Ib.. . Lean Small PORK LOIN ROASTS, Ib. 1 Each—46-oz. Jack Sprat JUICE, Orange, Blended, Grapefruit, All 3 for Made of Fluff HAM ENDS, 4-6 Ib. Shank Ends, Ib Good Pack TOMATOES, 2 Cans Gold Medal OA*t FLOUR, 10-lb. Bag 5)rC A Real Buy— Heinz TOMATO SOUP, 3 Cans... 29c LIFE, GINGER ALE, WHITE SODA, SPARKLING WATER, 3 Lge. Btls. Super Special— Rath's BLAND LARD, 3-Ib. Can 69c FOOD Jumbo Size CAULIFLOWER, Crisp RADISHES, Bunch. Juice ORANGES, 2 dor... Cobbler POTATOES, 15-Pound Bag. . . .... Sale Dress SALAD DRESSING, Pint... 5c 59c 59c 29c Please Phone Your Orders Early for Morning Delivery Service Mason Ciey Gl.b«-G»x*U«, M»s*n City, U. Dec. 28, 1948 11 PRICES EFFECTIVE DECEMBER 29-31 BAB-O CLEANS THE EASY WAY 10 Jack Sprat APPLE BUTTER 28-oi. Jar 19 C 3_| D | b 28-ox! Jack Sprat GOLDEN SYRUP 5-lb. Pail 39< GREAT NORTHERN BEANS 2 Ibs. 21 JACK SPRAT ROLLED OATS, . QUICK OR REGU1AR ............ CHOCOLATE CREAM COFFEE ..................... CREAM OF WHEAT, 5 Minute or Regular ..... . PRUNE PLUMS, IN HEAVY SYRUP, No 2'A JACK SPRAT ....................... can JACK SPRAT 46-0* TOMATO JUICE ............. ......... Can JACK SPRAT PICKLES, 8 ox WHOLE SWEET ................. ...... Jar ' 29c 29c 25c 29c venewlef and fruit POTATOES, U. S. No. 1 7 Idaho Russets 10 IBs. 49c GRAPEFRUIT, Texas Marsh Seedless, Large Size. 10 for 27c ORANGES, California Sunkist Navels, Large Size . Doz. 39c PARSNIPS, Waxed, Medium Size ..... 2 Ibs. 25c CELERY, Pascal ... Large Bunch 23c RSTZ CRACKERS (With salad, fruit, cheese, soup, ere.) Nothing tostes as good as Ritx—Bur Ritx I-lfa. FRANCO- AMERICAN SPAGHETTI 15 3 /4-OZ. Can The Spaghetti With the Extra Good Sauce 29 2f.r25c MAYFLOWER OLIVES, Plain Queens ...... MAYFLOWER OLIVES, Stuffed Manzamlla.... JACK SPRAT POTATO CHIPS. GLENDALE CLUB CHEESE SPICED HERRING, Cut Up. Fancy Imported Herring. SARDINES, In Tomato or Mustard Sauce, Mayflower TUNA F8SH, GRATED, CLOVER LEAF WALNUT MEATS, Emerald No. 10 . . Jar No. 10 . Jar Pkg. 2-ib. . "Box 14-oz. . .Jar 1 5-oz. Can 6-oz. . 'Can 35c 45c 39c 89c 47c 29c 43c SWANSON'S BONED . 6-oz. TURKEY .... ......... ... Can JACK SPRAT APPLES, SLICED, PACKED, FROM FRESH «* APPLES, No. 2 Can .... Z f or JACK SPRAT vi-lb. s BLACK TEA .......... Pkg . JACK SPRAT FLOUR, TO-lb. ENRICHED ............ Sack 50-Pound Sack .......... MAYFLOWER Nc 10 PRUNE PLUMS ..... ,. Can JACK SPRAT TAPIOCA, 8-oz. QUICK COOKING ...... Pkg. KOTEX, SANITARY Pkg NAPKINS ... .......... of ll mm ^ 45C Of-. 55C $3 89 M 59C 4-oz. Tin 33c LUNCHEON NAPKINS DIXIE PAPER COLD DRINK CUPS PARTY SUGGESTIONS Packaae PARTY PACKAGE-10 Spoons and 10 Forks Package of 8 PRE-INVENTORY SPECIALS BIG CHIEF BROOMS, GOLD HANDLE HUSKY DOG FOOD APPLE SAUCE, HONEST GEORGE CORN, CREAM STYLE GOLDEN CORN, WHOLE KERNEL PEAS, SWEET, 2-3-4 SIEVE MAGIC WASHER 98c 3 Cans ............. . No. 2 Can ......... . COOL SPRINGS 8-oz. COOL SPRINGS Cans COOL SPRINGS Choice Large Package .. ............... 29c — -^ J fl • W Mason City Stores THOMPSON-O'NEIL CO. 121 North Federal Phone 312 COOK'S GROCERY Ar Taylor Bridge Phone 5486 CHICAGO MEAT Cr GROCERY 626 S. Jacluon ph^ 99$ CARLGRUPP 1323 North Federal Phone 420 Out-of-Town Stores L. V. JACOBSON Nora Spri^. W. S. KELSEY W. H. DIETRICH ART WHITE G 0- L Ffoyd, Iowa ..-,*,. '._..'.'..••.;,-•'•:,'.>,"-<•',; : ";''V;

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