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Mason City, Iowa
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Tuesday, December 28, 1948
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Missi onary to Korea Tells Hardships in Far East dent, A. t? Korea, f'on. after former his mis- of duty in ,, . find "inde- tnieying, p ji es Qf "Ameri and unreasonable family* 1 ? at Ut hn eak °V var ' "°™ homef at home and feels at Happy to Be Back «ving ShP ? e ° aft «* H* Difficulties of ° uers a new shirt stolen frnmti u soe from L the wash line, the aluminun In spite time ' e t , the work of tif u P roblerr »s of . - -. was crushed ^n the ^unloading from the --,' as a climax, whilp T tm-nor my head to speak'to someone my brand new hat disappeared from tne jeep. „,, J ee P s Everywhere J-he hardy missionary tells o the jeeps, everywhere in that citv with 2,000,000 population, and £«»:;_& ^ e .W. even heat coal dn«t i begin to house with the P ass es for fuel out 2 •K-h i • ,--—«- of naing in one Khaki colored walls and putty colored paint adorn the Jensen's home, he says. Their daughter „ u 1 ,.,, Seoul American school still under army supervision. Phillip is the "one and only senior m the school." Friends of Jensen recall that he was a student at the Cedar Valley seminary in Osage and has made frequent visits in Osage ' o1 -?.' with us t u ceilln S s - We have "se it all for our life and work U " our son and our er are with us, and also 2 on - year , c °ntract basis. food are a over 4 tons of us, but the young men y Sf ™ during his furlough period. Clear Lake Briefs Danish Brotherhood will hold their annual Christmas tree and dance Dec. 29 af I. O. O . F, h a U A free lunch will be served. For Rent— Apt., adults only. 108 S. Oak. Phone 118-W. a " d Mrs - Ke «h Holt enter- Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Zirbel and family, Swaledale, Mr. and Mrs. Lou Babcock, Mason City, and Mr. and Mrs. R H Holt. Lost: Avalon Wrist Watch Sat. Reward. Fred Martin, Ph. 98. Miss Kathleen Esterg^rd, Des Momes, left Sunday after spending since Friday at the home of lobe-Gazette * ** tjvli'li LtAl A To WILL IIF A f^f^Wf V n *nrwir>u_ __. "** A ^^t.flt.D AFTER 0:45, Relatives and Friends Spend Holidays Here Clear Lake—Many Clear Lake residents opened their homes to relatives and friends to celebrate £•'} *f day and the weekend, while others were entertained out r.elto Photo a sad sup- of the shipping we quickly tire beef and Spam, but flour sugar and shortening are essentials, and getting short in Ply—-we have to bake our oread, etc., so need these things that must come from the states. Shopping- Difficult "What we have not brought with us we must do with out-we cannot run down to the corner store to buy a flashlight battery, a tube ol toothpaste, blanket bed or socks. We have tried to' buy local foods, as fish and meat, fruits and vegetables. If we can pay the price! But $2 for a dozen medium sized onions, 50 cents a pound for potatoes $3 for<a 2J pound chicken—well, we just can't do it! Eggs ^ e £ U ^_ b , est A u y-, 90 <*nts a dot >f course, by the .Estergard Mr. and Chris and^ Mrs. Edwin daughter were re Christmas guests there also. Miss Kathleen plans to come back lor New Year's and Miss Genevieve Estergard will be home then also. For Sale: John. Hi-Speed new shoe skates, size 6. Ph. 226-W. Miss Marcia Ashland left Sunday evening for Des Moines after spending £ J 16 , E. Ashland. Before with all their belongings. But Christmas Eve RGLO - to the family to help the polio Disabled veteran and his wife since Friday evening Parents, Mr. and Mrs. by string. them, dozen, but Electricity—or the lack of it, is another of our major worries. Russians long ago cut off the electric supply from the north, but they cannot cut off the light of the sun! We've learned to keep a close watch upon our possessions. Stealing developed into a science in Korea, with the millions of refugees, we cannot be surprised though it still remains annoying when we become the victims. Our first day in Korea, we had a pair , , of Foreign Wars will nold their regular meeting Tuesday evening with dinner served by a committee at 7:30. Mrs. G. Wendell Wilcox and son, Loren, left Sunday afternoon on the Rocket to visit her twin sister, Mrs^ Paul H. Hefty and family, Davis, CaL, and friends in Berna- dmo. New Toppers o ^-^ Mrs ' Jim Barr ett and 2 children, Des Moines, Mr. and Mrs. v E. Edwards and Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Edwards had Christmas dinner at the John and Rose Howder home. Mrs. Barrett is Mr Howder's daughter and Rose Howard is her aunt. Mr. and Mrs. Sumner Hudson and daughter, Kayann, Mason Lity, had Christmas dinner at the Home of the former's parents, Mr and Mrs. S. S. Hudson. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Cash entertained for dinner Christmas day Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Hunt and family and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Eibey, Thornton; Mr. and Mrs. Leland Harthan and family, Ventura; Mr. and Mrs. Bernard McMurray and family, Mason City- Mr, and Mrs. Ernest Hunt and family, Mr. and Mrs. James Trower and Mrs. Mabel Miller Mr. and Mrs. Bud Hughes are the parents of a son weighing 7 pounds 10 ounces born at the Park hospital, Mason City, at 4 a. m. Saturday morning. He has 3 brothers, Duke, 9, Justin, 6 and Alan, 2i years old. Cub Pack 103 will have a hay ride Thursday. Cubs are asked to meet at Veterans of Foreign Wars hall at 6:30 for the ride and parents and cubs at 7:30 for a pack meeting. Cy Whittlesey, Marslmlltown, has accepted a position as barber at the Lake barber shop. Donald Lomen who attends St Olaf college, Northfield, Minn., is spending his holiday vacation at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Lomen. Mr. and Mrs. John Peter, 321 N. Second street, entertained at a family dinner Christmas day: Mr. Hold Rites for Mrs. Kimble Services for Former Resident Monday Clear Lake — Mrs. Homer R. Kimble, 57, died at her home, 2G22 E. _ 9th street, Kansas City, Mo., Friday at 3 p. m., following a long illness. She was a. former resident of Clear Lake. Mrs. Kimble was born Ermer R. O Nejl, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George A. O'Neil, in Lime Creek township Oct. 2, 1891. She attended the rural schools and later Memorial university, Mason City, graduating from the academic course. After teaching school a few years she entered the school of nursing at the University of Iowa, Iowa City, graduating in 1916. She became a registered nurse in Iowa, Minnesota arid Wisconsin. Jan. 17, 1918, she was married to Homef R. Kimble at Mason City and they lived successively in Eau Claire, Wis., Minneapolis and Duluth, Minn., Denver, Colo., and Dallas, Texas, before moving to Kansas City to make their home in 1940. In her girlhood Mrs. Kimble became a member of the First Congregational church of Mason City, later i transferring to the Clear Lake Congregational church. Besides her husband, Mrs. Kimble is survived by a stepson, Henry R. Kimble, and grandson, Henry R. Kimble, Jr., Washington, D. C.; 2 brothers, Arthur B. O'Neil 524 Carlton street, Clear Lake and George E, O'Neil, 110 10th N. W., Mason City; 2 sisters, Mrs William McArthur, Alexandria. Va., and Miss Lucia E. O'Neil,' Clear Lake, 4 nieces and a nephew. She was preceded in death bj her parents. Funeral services were held a the D. W. Newcomer's Sons fu neral home, Paseo and Brush Creek, Kansas City, Mo., Mondaj at 3:30 p. m. with the Rev. Har old M. Duncan, pastor of Firs Congregational church, officiating Burial was in Floral Hills Memorial Gardens, Kansas Citv. and baby daughter happier Christmas. spend a Typical of the donors was one man in his work clothes who came to the KGLO studios just after the broadcast had ended at 11 p. m. "I heard you when I stopped in a restaurant on my way home from work," he explained as he dug a dollar bill from his purse. Its a good thing it wasn't yesterday. Today I have money." Here are the names of those who sent donations totaling S254 to KGLO up to Monday noon: Henrietta Schradcr and Hob Eberding I. W. Arbucklo . Harry .1. Ellsworth .'.'.'.'.'. Clarence Sevenson, Albert Lea Christmas Eve Party at 500 S. 3rd St., Clear Lake Betty Lou Mollo William Olson ....'.'.'. Jerry Eugene Nal'iin'".'! Kathleen Ferricr. Nora Springs Jnn and 1'at Dorscj-, MuscRtine inc Kcv. and Mrs. II. M. Tiffany Sheffield Max Major ['"red Stockbcrgf r Mrs. V. F. Crane, Clear"l.ake '." Harry Engbrctson, Thornton °! d , F - C ' ark> Clenr 1 ' ake ••'•' rick Ileeren, Rockfurd •Icnry J. Warner Linnie and Kiitn Paras l Z\ 0r> «!; va !uld Jolln ' Glcnvllle, Minn. S 2.00 3.00> 1.00 n.oo i.oo U.OO i.oo r..oo 10.110 :;.no 5.011 10.00 i>.no ,' c. Mis. ncVTllt Schcar, Hampton'; fno L. W. Clark R '., n Elmer Iruscomb, Clenr ?,a I). F. Schurllest ..." Hoy Gallton Family, Manly ' Mr. and Mrs. Bert Sharff n.oo :;.oo i.oo 5.00 Judy Dlnmic Brmvn, Rook 'Falls days old) .......... Hungcriorrt Motor Co.. Swea'city Everett Boyensa Family, Austin, ' ..„ Minn F- J- Miner ....... ;;;;;; ......... Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Rosci, ' St. Ans^ar ................. J. Arthur Stt-ntison . .. .......... Carolyn and Marilyn Tho'rnbiadV, Maniy .................. Mrs. Anna I.. Kltto . ............. Hope and Harvey 'warrineton, Osajre ........... M 5i a .1 d Mrs - Sel ™« N. Northwood, Kt. :j Fred U. Logreman, Manly and Mrs. daughter, C. C. Mitchell and Maralyn, Alexandria, Top your favorite skirts with a new weskit and blouse.' Weskit No. 2857 gives a choice of sleeve and neckline styles. Blouse No. 2878 interprets the peplum fashion in a new manner with scallops and side-buttoning. Two separate patterns. No. 2857 is cut in sizes 12, 14, 16, 18, 20, 36, 38 and 40. Size 16, sleeveless, H yds. 54-in.; cap tleeves, 1| yds. 54-in. No. 2878 is cut in sizes 10, 12, 14, 16, 18, 20, 36, 38 and 40. Size 16, 3 yds. 39-in. Send 25c for EACH PATTERN with Name, Address and Style Number. State Size desired. You can still obtain a copy of fhe 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 this book show you how to freshen up your mid-season wardrobe with smart blouses, skirts, jumpers, Jerkins, as well as all the smart Minn.; Pvt. Richard Mitchell, Fort Monmouth, N. J.; Mr. and Mrs. James Piggott and daughter, Joan, Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Peter and daughter, Shirley, Des Moines. This is the first time the family had been together at Christmas since 1941. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Jorgenrud and daughter, Janet, and Carl Engdahl spent Christmas holidays in Des Moines at the home of Mr. and Mrs. George J. Hassi and family. Eugene Reynolds, Charles Card and the Misses Betty Enabnit and Vilda Reckard left Minneapolis, where Monday for all are em- tricks of fashion in dresses suits. Price just 20c a copy. and Address PATTERN DEPARTMENT, Globe-Gazette, 121 19th St., New York 11, N. Y. W. ployed and all but Miss Betty attend Minnesota Bible college, after spending the weekend at their respective homes here. Thimble Bee club is holding: a Christmas party for families at City hall at 6:30 Tuesday evening. Miss Timmie Henningsen, accompanied by her father, L. L. Henningsen, left by car Monday for Babson Park, Fla. Miss Henningsen has been at home since Dec. 20 and returns to attend Webber college. Mr. Henningsen plans to spend a month in the south. Mrs. H. Grattidge Elected Oracle of Royal Neighbors Clear Lake—Mrs. Harold Grattidge was elected oracle of Royal Neighbors of America Thursday evening at I. O. O. F. hall; Mrs Frances Skene, past oracle; Mrs Walter Jensen, vice oracle; Mrs. Cora Hill, re-elected treasurer for the 16th year; Mrs. Verne Petersen, secretary for the 13th year; Mrs. Floyd Cookman, receiver; Mrs. Clarence Baumgartner, marshal; Mrs. Vick Neishem, inner sentinel; Mrs. Walter Post, outer sentinel; Mrs. Edith Cook, manager, and physicians, Dr. Sidney Brownstone and Dr. A. B. Phillips. Appointive officers will be announced later. Installation will be Jan. 27. Clear Lake Calendar TUESDAY—Rod Cross home scrvic and Mrs. Chuck Sorlien. Shore, spent the weekend Mr. South at the home of the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Macy Sully. Mr. Sorlien returned Sunday and Mrs. Sorlien returned Monday with her sister, Miss Elouise Macy, accompanying her for a visit. worker, city hall, 1 to Cub Scouts, Den 4, 4:3n to 5-30 Mrs Arnot Hanson. Cub Scovits, Den 6, Mrs. C. E 4:10 to 5:10. Boy Scouts, Troop 30 school, 7. Ashland, junior high Thimble Bee club, Christinas party for families, city hall, 6:30. Veterans of Foreign Wars V F W hall, dinner, 7:30. ' . ' CARD OF THANKS We wish to thank all of our relatives and friends who sont cards and sifts to us on our Golden Wedding anniversary. They were all deeply appreciated. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Gashel. Re-Enlists in Navy Nora Springs—Walter Gillard Jr., who left here Nov. 29 for Des Moines to take his final physical examinations for re-enlistment in the navy, is now located at Bath, Me., according to word received here this week. He was sent from Des Moines to Philadelphia, Pa., where he spent about 2 weeks before going to Maine, where he expects soon to join the crew of a destroyer escort. He has already served 6 years in the navy, having been discharged Jan. 3, 1947, and has now resumed his former rating of 2nd class petty officer, serving as ship's barber. His wife andj' daughters, Roxanne, 2J, and Lee, 8 months, will remain J. Mitchell Jimmy Crowder '' \ Milburn Rydson, Britt Dr. A. C. Horviff, Clear eft 3 "" 1 MrS ' J ' L ' T " rncr ' diaries G corcc F. Harris Clarence Miller Family ,"6sagc" Johnny Faktor, Mary Anna Bur— Bcrnic Burger and F. j. 3.00 2.00 5.0(1 5. DO H.OO :i.oo J.flO fi.on l.llll 1.00 5.00 1.00 L. V, Jeffries Fred S. Furness, Rockfor'd Anonymous, Mason City "Scoop" Brown Edward J. Peterson U ^m"' " orotl 'y. J°-™,' 'Tom ' aiid BUI Marr, Osape ]0 o fl Karen Woldridpc .>'»„ Pfiter H. llanscn, Forest Citv Mr. ant! Mrs. \V. F. Inrrah'am 11. C!. Uoss A. J. Nelson J. W. II., Ill ... Arnold C. Slclilska Mr. and Mrs. Way-man ' Closson Mr. and Mrs. Earl Clausen Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Wallace Anonymous, Mason City Truman Lackorc ".'." J. W. IVTackett and Louise ... 3.0(1 n.oo i.oo i.oo u.OO 30.00 1.01) 10.00 10.00 and 3 children, H, Milton, Beverly Ann and Dana Sue, left Wednesday for Oakwood, Texas, for over Christmas. Mr. and Mrs. F. C. DeBruyn are spending the holidays with their son-in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. J. Edward Moore and family, in Glencoe, 111 Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Petersen entertained the latter's father and R S !? r> c G u ?', Scheble ' and Miss Betty Schebler, Davenport. Mrs Peterson's uncle, Will Stolle, Des Moines, was also a guest. Ralph Ott Jr., arrived Thursday from Fort Lewis, Wash., to spend Christmas with his parents, Mr and Mrs. Ralph Ott, and their daughter, Miss Margaret Ott Minneapolis, was also home. Miss Jeanyce Miller, Minneapolis, spent Christmas with ' Paul Miller. Visits Parents Miss Audrey Mack, who is em- oyed in the office of the Standard Oil company, Chicago, visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Mack, over the weekend. Mr and Si R ??- W ' Buche and Daughter, Adell, Minneapolis, were guests at the home of the former's parents Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Buche Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wilson and ^.i d I e \r :Scotty an . d Patti, Las parents, Mr. and n- i TI/T : Ye ager. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Mornssey and children, Mike and Tim, Watertown, S. Dak are visiting Mrs. Morrissey's parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Hughes. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Porter and son, Bill, spent Christmas with . arents, Mr. and Tj-ii T ^ „ ' Griner - Mason City. Bill left Sunday for Clinton where ne will attend a reunion of Theta c/ .fr^fnity brothers of Iowa Mate college and will spend New Years in Clinton. wFH rlstm u S day Mrs ' E «gene H. Whitney held a family dinner at T nn £° m £ ™ ith . 21 P rese nt. Mary Lou Garth, Newton, is at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. H Oarth. Mr. and Mrs. M. V. Vawter spent Christmas at the home ol their son-in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. George Law. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs Ed Moore and 2 children and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cluseman and 2 children Mason City, and Mr. and Mrs. Park Thamson, Lacona Guests Spend Weekend Here Miss Betty Petersen, R. N Des Moines, arrived Thursday ' and stayed until Sunday at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Verne Petersen, and brother, Dick. Other guests at the Petersen home f™ Pearl R °g e rs, Mason wy and Mrs. Sherman Hanna. Mrs. E P. Douglas, Ames, is visiting at the home of her brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Neil Slocum and family. Win Douglas, ector at station' < City, arrived Fridav evening for the weekend , Mrs Gladys Kolls left Friday to spend Christmas at the home of her sister in New Hampton. Her son, Conrad, came from Baltimore to spend Christmas at New Hamp?" a " d =i he , r , est of 2 w ^k's vaca- Ph ° to were City tion ".00 2.00 fi.OO 5.00 Friends" Theme of Christian Endeavor Service in Church Clear Lake—The Misses Betty Ha and June Enabnit sang 2 trio numbers for Christian Endeavor of the Christian church Sunday evening. J une Enabnit led the singing and spoke and Eugene ^eynolds of Minnesota Bible col- ege, Minneapolis, gave a talk "You Are My Friends" was the heme used by Larry Miller for devotions at the Methodist Senior Youth Fellowship Sunday evening p lans were made to work on rames downstairs at the next ses- ion. Intermediate Youth Fellowship met at the parsonage with Mrs. W. H. Hubbard in charge, listened to he "Nativity Story," had a wor- nip service and refreshments. The nectmg next Sunday evening will be at. the home of Paul Bachellor when a missionary theme will be started. The movie "Where God Is Love Is by Tolstoi was shown following the youth meetings. Joint Yule Party Jolce—A joint Christmas party will be held at the James Richey home at Knoxvilie when Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Ulstad of Joice, Mr and Mrs. Laurence Brunsvold and family of Kensctt, Mr. and Mrs Emery Ouverson and family of Clear Lake and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Harding and family of Wahoo, Nebr., gather there to snend Ft-; i^iiiaa nee. a months, will remain clay and Saturday The? are all m Nora Springs for the present, i members of the Richey fomify. with his mother in Clear Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Keith Holt entertained Sunday, Alfred Zirbel and family, Swaledale; Mr. and Mr , s - L° u Boucock, Mason City and Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Holt Mr. and Mrs. Harold Thornpson had as their guests Christmas day Mr. and Mrs. Roger Choate and Tommy, Davenport; Miss Mildred Thompson, Hampton; Miss Kathenne Choate and the Mmes. Cora Vedeler, Mary Flynn an d Nell West Mr. and Mrs. John Eliason entertained Christmas eve Mr Mrs. Keith Holt and family] and Mrs. Harry Eliason and •'y and Mr. and Mrs. James and family. Mr. and Mrs. H. E Sawyer had the latter's father, William Jackson Rockwell; Mr. and Mrs. Walter Jackson and 2 sons, Tom and Jim, and Mr. and Mrs. E R Net- colt, Mason City. The Sawyers entertained Christmas eve and Christmas day. .. Guests for Christmas dinner at the Harvey Hayes home were Mr and Mrs John Beek and family) Lloyd Hayes family, Stanley Hayes family and the Leon Hayes family. Christmas marked the wedding anniversary of the Harvey Hayes as well as the Stanley Hayes. y Dr. and Mrs. A. B. Phillips left M-iday afternoon to spend until ?r un 7, at the home of Dr. and Mrs. Allan Phillips, Des Moines. VISITS MOTHER Nora Springs—Edmund C Bronson arrived here from his home at River Edge, N. J. Mr. Bronson who has been associated with the J. Henry Schroder banking corporation in New York City for the past 3 years, is now transferring to Minneapolis, where he will be with the Northwest Bankcorporation He visaed here with his mother' Mrs. A F. Bronson and other relatives. His wife and 3 children will join him as soon as their property in the east has been disposed of and housing arrangements have been made in Minneapolis. Patient Visits Home Goldfield — Edna Schnell, who has been a polio patient at the Blank Memorial hospital, Des VToines, the past 2 months, returned to her home here to spend Christmas, after which she will return for further treatment. Edna, an 8th grade student, is recovering slowly from polio and is able to take a few steps now. MR. AND MRS. ROBERT E. COBUR^ WEDDING AT CHURCH-Miss Ellen Betty Christensen daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Christensen, 406 N Fourth C ° bura ' son of Fourth Mrs Ernes E ronn 9 n,T ° ura ' son o r " d Mrs Ernes E. Coburn 2 Daniel Low Terrace, Staten Island, New York _,, T -— church in Clear Lake with the Rev. R. K. Mostrom, pastor, officiating for the double ring ceremony. i- ? ? ^ ejfront of the church had 2 lighted Christmas trees fo" a background with 2 candelabra each side candles with 7 in each. lighted Greens on white with cocoa brown ankle length dress made princess style with a scalloped neckline and long sleeves Her headgear was of net matching the gown and her bridal bouquet was an orchid surrounded by roses and gardenias. The bride's sister, Miss Tove candles and white wedding bells were used in the windows on each side of the room. Mrs. H. L. Erickson played nuptial music preceding the ceremony; and "Calm As the Night" by Bohm, during the candle lighting by 2 choir boys who were Allen Erickson and Richard Petersen. She played Lohengren's wedding march for the processional and "A Perfect Love" by Barnby ] Ave Maria" by Schubert and Lord's Prayer" by Malotte during the marriage service and Mendelssohn's "Wedding March" for the recessional followed by Schubert's "Serenade." The bride, who %vas given in marriage by her father, wore a Christensen, Washington, D. C was maid of honor, and wore a dark brown taffeta ankle length dress trimmed with brown lace long sleeves and a brown net headgear to match her dress which was made with a tight bodice with low neckline and a full skirt. Her rlowers were gardenias surrounded by yellow roses. Mrs. Christensen, the bride's mother, wore a black dress trimmed in lace and had a gardenia corsage. .. Rev. Howard Washburn, Winterset, was bestman. A reception followed in the social room of the church. Lunch was served buffet style. The long table was centered with a 4 tiered all white wedding cake topped with a white wedding bell and Dec. 27, 194S JJ Meson City Globe-Gaxette, Mnen City, It, surrounded at the base with natural sweetheart roses, white chrysanthemums' and smilax. At each end of the table was a 7 tiered candle holder with white lighted candles. A large white wedding bell that had been used at the wedding of the bride's parents was suspended from the light over the center of the table. The gift table had candelabra on each side with 7 lighted white candles and Christmas greens and candles were used about the room. Miss Me!ga Christensen, Chicago, friend of the bride, cut and served the wedding cake. Mmes. Nels Andersen and Fred Christensen poured. Miss Martha Christensen, Louisville, Ky., friend of the bride, had charge of the guest book. ^ T1 i e bride was graduated from the Mason City high school, Macalester college, St. Paul, and Columbia Presbyterian Medical Center, New York City in 1947 and since that time has been head nurse at the Neurological Institute Presbytedan Mr. Coburn was graduated from Freeport, Long Island, New York high school, spent 2J years in the army and in the 13th and-17th airborne divisions as a paratrooper. He is now attending Columbia college of Columbia University, New York, where he is a junior pre-medical student. Mr. and Mrs. Coburn left for a short wedding trip, after which they will visit in Clear Lake for a short time before leaving lor New York, where Mr. Coburn will continue his college work and will graduate iu August. Out of town relatives and triends attending the wedding besides " - • those already were Mrs. Howard mentioned ,„. . . , Washburn, Wmterset; Mr. and Mrs. Ray Hemmingsen, Mr. and Mrs Wallace Hemmingsen, Alden, Minn.: 1v/r - Carl Christensen and son Mrs. Kay, Miss Betty Bruns and Mrs! Margaret Shea, Mascn City. SPONSORS DANCE Cresco — The Cresco Kiwanfs club will sponsor a dance at the Dreamland Roller-Dome east of Cresco Tuesday night. The proceeds are to be used to improve the tennis courts in Kessel park The Rochester City Slickers orchestra has been engaged for the occasion. The dance committee includes Dr. P. A. Nierling, N A Bradley, Russell George R. Laub. Carwell and Leave for South LeRoy, Minn.—Mrs. R. Dick'and granddaughter, Marilyn Dick went to Chattanooga, Tenn., to visit the former's daughter, Mrs T 5. Mitchell. She will also spend ome time with her daughter. Mrs. Martha McClung, at Birm- ngham, Ala. Marilyn will return n a week for her studies at the Naeve hospital, Albert Lea. PRE-INVENTORY SALE! 4 - BIG DAYS Tuesday, Dec. 28 Thru Friday, Dec. 31 MANY ITEMS REDUCED AS MUCH AS 50% Platform Rockers A F * w c ,$49.50 Bedroom Suites LETSU. Were $249 $199.00 Bedroom Suites & „„,„..„,. Were ?225 .... Studio Bed Wine Vel< "" Fine Reg. $27.95 All Metal. Reg. $5.95 $189.00 $99.00 $129.00 $21.00 $3.95 Spring Construction. Was $115, Living Room Suite ££%,.. ,,„. Innerspring Mattresses Step Ladder Stools Bunk Beds &ft» $36 . 50 COCKTAIL, COFFEE AND END TABLES 25% Discount — Entire Lot SAVE MANY DOLLARS ON THIS STOCK REDUCTION SALE! WILCOX Main Street FURNITURE Clear Lake

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