Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on December 29, 1948 · Page 15
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 15

Mason City, Iowa
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Wednesday, December 29, 1948
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First Radiant Heating Plant at St. Ansgar new garage building first , •a» thick. When the heating plant is in operation hot water passes throu^ s - f roviciin g heat for the ' , is under 2 thermos- controls, one for the office display area and one for the shop area. Thus it is possible for me same heating plant to provide ^'different room temperatures for the same building, Ration Coupons Forged noyer, Germany, (/p) More --—- half the butter ration tickets mnded into food shops in th's city are forged, the ration author- iu es o« ted ' In some sh °Ps more than 80 per cent of the coupons were forgeries. The fakes are so good it is almost impossible to tell them from the genuine article, an official said. let a cough TEAR YOUAPART Get decisive quick relief from miserable coughs due to colds FINEX is a real cough medicine—a pre- KriptioQ-Hko formula of recognized medicinal ingredients. Works right where the trouble lies. Relieves dry feoliug—soothes irritation—loosens plilcgm—lessens tickle —helps raspy breathing. For over 40 years millions have depended on quick-acting PINEX for effective relief. PIHEX SAVES YOU ABOUT 52.00 Most ready-mixed cough gyrups contain Inexpensive simple ayrup. And you pay plenty for it. Cut not with PLNEXI It's aoa-oatratcd—just the medicinal ingredients! You simply add augar and water or liquid honey yourself and get a full pint of effective cough medicine at about }'i the usual cost. No fusa—no bother! A child can inir it! Don't .needlessly pay more. Get PINEX at any drugstore. Satisfaction or money backl : PEVEX America's largest Selling COUGH SYRUP WHAT'S AHEAD?—Atty. R. F. Clough will appear on the KGLO forum Wednesday afternoon at 4:45 to present a review of events of significant events of the past year and to give'his idea of what's ahead in 1949 on the world political arena. ^ Rites for Pioneer Held at Plymouth Plymouth—Funeral services for Charles A. Molesberry, 81, were held Sunday afternoon at the Methodist church, the Rev. Dale Nicholson officiating. Grandchildren were pallbearers. Mr. Molesberry was born a mile north of Plymouth, was among the pioneers of the community, being among the first graduates of the Plymouth schools. He farmed near Plymouth until 1929 then moved to Plymouth where he managed the elevator until he retired inn 1944. Survivors include the widow and 7 children. Brides' funeral home of Manly was in charge. Award Prizes for Yule Decorations Rockford—Prizes were given for the best decorated homes. The first prize of $15 went to Mrs. Katrina Trettin, 2nd prize to Postmaster Lynn Smith, $10, and 3rd' to Alvin Lohr, $5. Honorable mention went to Heldrich Heeren, F. E. Bird and Ed Felix.' Prizes for ; the best business places were 1st'Modernette Beauty Shop which is run by Miss Gladys Hillman, ;Johnson drug 2nd and LeRoux Variety store, 3rd. Honorably mentioned .were the Rockford Register and Courtesy Beauty Shop. The Empire State building in New York cost $50,000,000. TYLER-RYAN Pre-lnventory Stock Reduction Sale NOW ON Save On Furniture Rugs — Appliances For Your Home SMITH'S Drapery Store 520 No. Federal Phone 5792 OPEX FRJOAY EVEfttNGS BY APPOINTMENT DRAPERIES & SLIPCOVERS Made to Order ' 1. CORRELLATED PATTERNS in florals . . . plains . . . stripes 2. DRAPERIES handmade or machine stitched 3. TRY OUR SAMPLE LENGTHS IN FOUR HOME 4. WE HAVE THE NEW EFFICIENT BADGER TRAVERSE RODS Let us take your measurements, make your draperies, install your traverse rods and hang your draperies. Immediate delivery. READS MADE DRAPERIES 6.95 Pr. VENETIAN BLINDS Will Beautify Your Home or Office Your Choice of • 4 STYLES and PRICES. • 10 COLORS of SLATS with MATCHING TAPES. • SOMETHING NEW IN DRAPERY BRACKETS. We will gladly measure your windows and make FREE ESTIMATES ... NO OBLIGATION. • ASK ABOUT OUR LAUNDRY AND REPAIR SERVICE • VENETIAN BLIND MFG. fr SHADE CO. VWt U» •* Phone 64 719 N*rth Commercial HERE ana THERE Nashua — Mark Casswell o,. Nashufi purchased the Fred Lee home in the north part of Nashu at public auction recently. LeRoy, Minn.— Mr. and Mrs Roland Bent left for East Moline 111., to visit her parents, then to Las Vegas, Nev., to visit his brother, M/ Sgt. and Mrs. Wayne Bent Latimer—Leroy Main, of Treasure Island, Cal., came Monday for a 16-day leave with his mother Mrs. Margaret Main, and other relatives. Ackley—Mr. and Mrs. Howard Mumby and daughter, Anna Lee who is attending I. S. T. C a Cedar Falls, are spending the holidays at Houston, Tex., in the home of Mrs. Mumby's oarents. Meservey — A miscellaneous shower was held recently at the Reformed church basement for Shirley Fekkers. She will become the bride of Walter Schmidt of Alexander in the near future. C r e s e o — William Jones and Lowell 'Blackburn, students 31 Conception seminary, Conception Mo., arrived in Cresco Wednesday They, will visit until after New Year's, the former with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Jones and Blackburn with his parents Mr. and Mrs. Pat Blackburn. Latimer —Mrs. Grant Woldum and son, Charles Woldum, and Mrs. Ole Woldum of Decorah were recent guests at the F. C. Reineking and Mrs. Minnie Kaus homes Mrs. Kaus went home with the Woldums for an extended visit. Thornton —George Orvick, Jr. of Northwestern college at Watertown, Wis., is visiting at the home of his parents, Mr., and Mrs George Orvick. Aekley—John Saathoff, who has been a patient at Iowa university hospital at Iowa City, was brought home by Brandts ambulance, and is being cared for at his home by Miss Emma Bonewitz. Cresco — Kathleen • and Mary Kennelly who teach in the public schools at Hanford, Cal., arrived Friday to spend a week with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Kennelly, Sr., and family in Cresco. Corwlth — Mr. and Mrs. Ed Thomas and family spent Christmas with relatives in Indianapolis Ind. Goldfield—Miss Patricia Olson of New York City is spending the holidays at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Olson Osage—Guests at the parenta' Gifford Swan home are Mr. and Mrs. William Cagle, Indianapolis Ind., who came by plane to visi at the parental home. Osage — Mr. and- Mrs. Charles Melson and son, New Orleans, La. are spending the holidays with Mrs. Christina-Melson and at-the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ingvalc Sponheim. Thornton—Dr. and Mrs. A. > Dittmer and son, Gordon, went to Jefferson to spend Christmas with Mrs. Dittmer's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Stidwell. Goldfield—Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Bogard of Inwood are spending the holidays at the home of Miss Frances Kabele and with relatives of Renwick. Alta Vista—Larry Meirick, 5 year old son of Mr.' and Mrs. John Meirick, was taken to the New Hampton hospital to have a broken bone in his arm placed in a cast. Osage—Mr. and Mrs. Pat Carroll, recently wed, of Boulder, Colo., are spending a week at the parental Robert Carroll home, Kanawha—Mrs,. Julia McCorm- tck has returned to her home in Mason City after several weeks here in the home of her daughter Mrs. Charles Brown. Ackley—Mrs. J. P. McLaughlin of Iowa City was A recent guest in the home of her daughter, and family, Dr. and Mrs. F. W. Houlihan. Kanawha—Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Lein are visiting their daughter, Mrs. Marcene McCormick, who teaches at Port Angeles, Wash. Goodcll—Mrs. Marvin Lackore and Peggy of Hayfield visited recently in the parental H. E. Boiler home. Kanawha—Mr. and Mrs. Doyce Friedow are the parents of- a daughter born Dec. 21 at the Belmond hospital. Popejoy—Mr. and Mrs. Ed Ingebritson of Staples, Minn., are spending a week with the Floyd Tngebritson and Lyle Ingebritson families. Swaledale—Mr. and Mrs.'G. A. Eddy visited Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Miller and daughters at Rochester recently. Chester—Mr. and Mrs. Robert Larson and Willard Spencer were recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. Reed Larson at Stewartville, Minn. Garner—Mr. and Mrs. William Ferris and family of Tyndall, S. Dak., visited at the home of County Auditor and Mrs. Maynard Schoneman. Ferris was formerly employed on the Garner Leader and Signal as linotype operator. Chester —Mr. and Mrs Milton Thompson spent Christmas with relatives at Carpenter and Northwood. Kanawha—Bernard Nelson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lyman Nelson, is spending his vacation from studies at Drake university at his home here. Stilson—Mr. and Mrs. William Schwab of Britt were entertained in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Mehl before leaving for Hartingen, Texas, to spent the winter. Their son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Schwab and daughter are now in Hot Springs, N. Mc;x., for a few months' vacation. Rockwell —W. B. Bruce was pleasantly surprised by about 30 of his friends and neighbors who came to help him celebrate his 87th birthday. Garner — Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Greiman and Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Elling spent Christmas day with relatives and friends in North ngJish. Waucoma—Joan Balk, senior in nurses training at St. Mary's hos- Jital, Rochester, Minn., visited ler parents, Mr. and Mrs. John iaik, and her brothers, Jack and Gene, recently. Many Visitors in Yule Season Manly—The' holiday season has taken many residents from Manly for visits in other localities, and has brought others to homes here. Mrs. A. A. Wilder was joined by her son Robert, who, came home from his college work at Ames, and her daughter, Betty Lou, and all went to Minneapolis to spend Christmas with a sister of Mrs. Wilder. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Lund went to Madison, Wis., where they spent the holiday with parents of Mrs. Lund. Mr. and Mrs. W. Lee are in Illinois visiting relatives. Attorney and Mrs. Marvin Rusley and children went to Iowa City, visiting in the home of parents of Mr. Rusley. Mrs. Luella Mitchell ds in Aberdeen, S. Dak., where she will spend a fortnight with her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. George Tjaden. Two teachers, the Misses Mabel Field of Omaha, and Adelphia Mitchell of Missouri Valley, are at the homes of their mother, Mrs. Hannah Field and Mrs. Bessie Mitchell. Guests in the home of Mrs. Hazel Christiansen are a sister, Miss Ruby Calvert of Holland, Mich, and a brother, Ray Calvert, of St Paul. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Hill and son are at the home of Mrs. Hill's parents in Manly, coming from their home at Washington, Iowa. , Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Swanson and George, Jr.,. and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mitchell and daughter Mickey spent their vacation at the home of Mrs. Jo Swanson. returning to their hbme at St. Paul Svm- day. Dumont Man Dies; Funeral Thursday Dun L ont—Funeral services for William O. Toombs, 67, will be held Thursday at the Bethany E. U. B. church, with burial in the Dumont cemetery. He died Monday at his home here following a stroke. Mr. Toombs. operated a filling station in Dumont. He formerly farmed near here. Surviving are the widow, 2 sons, Alvin of Hampton and Lawrence of Dumont, 2 daughters, Mrs. Forrest Wickham of Dumont and Mrs. Victor Ebling of Aredale, 3 sisters and one brother. Attend Wedding Swea City—Mr, and Mrs. Francis Torine and family drove to Indianola recently to attend the wedding of Mr. Torino's sister, Ruth, who was married Dec. 18 at the Indianola Baptist church to John Guy of Grand Forks, N. Dak. The bride, a former Swea City girl, will study home economics at Iowa State college, Ames, where her husband is a student in the agriculture department. Eagle Grove Buys 2 Acres From CNW Eagle Grove—The city of Eagle Grove has purchased land in Qen- tral park belonging to the Chicago and North Western railroad at a cost of $2,500. The land purchased is-an area of 2 acres on Broadway and Second avenue. The area has been operated for a parking lot and park by the city for several years. • New York City has about 2,000,000 Jews, more than there are in Palestine. NIGHTMARES VANISH GREGERSON . Insurance Agency » PHONE 3983 »*<•* Cttjr Gi*k«-Gai*iU, MUM City, U. (B. Dr. Ronald O. Matters MASTERS BROTHERS Chiropractors Mason City, Jowa Good health for you in the coming years. Dr. Maurice Win. Masters another special purchase brings you _more of those Wonderfu OLENS 1 • all 54 inches wide • all 100% wool •in coat, suit and ( dress weights s AND ONLY 99 • S S YARD In this exciting group of fab- rics you'll see brilliant plaids, subtle stripes, delicate pastels, vivid and subtle plain shades, crisp checks and unusual tweeds. Here is inspiration for your mid-season wardrobe (with an eye toward spring) . . . easy to cut, drape and tailor. —Fabrics • Downstairs Floor

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