Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on December 28, 1948 · Page 25
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 25

Mason City, Iowa
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Tuesday, December 28, 1948
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Australian Called as st Chr 'stian Church Pastor _ rl f* "D r^.,. i-w . «.».... The R ev R: of Moroa ill h ar £ L - w i»iams Pastoi- of MJ las ^ een «?lled as of on sume hs soP ?'• He wm as - Febmary. Pastoiate here early in c *ted at th- was cciu - st m Bu[[alo , ma Mre ™' A da "ehter. Nor- MmV S ° slud *" at the children % W , llhams and the co mtrv R ?, nly been in this Mr \^n" ths> followi »g the lllia as soon as « ass,™ succeeds . Mai-sh. who City in November to P astoi ' ate °f the Bixby church i Woodard Rites Held rove — Funeral service M were belt the Kastler funera died at THE REV. R. L. WILLIAMS Mrs. Wilson Helmick of ' C?arion ' Matheson o Doctor at LeRoy LeRoy, Minn.— Dr. K. L. Buresh associated with his uncle, Dr A wm esi at ^ inie s P rin «s. *°wa r,l\ ave °" lces in the Farley drug store each Monday, Tuesday and Saturday from 1:30 to 5-30 P. m., and Thursday from 9 to'l2 PATN u-' h , ip or lc « is o «n * J dls P lac ement of one ,.r the bones forming the pelvis. We specialize in Correcting These and Other Spinal Displacements. DRS. R. J. and LUCY E. GARNER CHIROPRACTORS 708 North Federal Phone 1087 19 to Report Here in 2nd Draft Call A total of 19 men from 6 North Iowa counties will report to the Mason City induction station this week in the 2nd call of draftees in the peacetime draft, accorclin° to Capt. E. H. Martin, officer in charge. On Tuesday 10 men are expected as follows: 5 from Cerro Gordo county, 2 from Winnebago county and 3 from Worth county On Wednesday 9 men will report: 2 from Hancock county 4 from Franklin and 3 from Mitchell county. According to the local draft ol- lice Cerro Gordo county draftees are: John Adam Muldoon, 637 Washington S. W., Mason City James Richard Helling, route l' Nora Springs; Kenneth Dean Lonergan, 2515 N. E., Mason City- Robert David Ouverson, route 1 Hanlontown, and Delmyr Clarence Gregg. Mr. Gregg has been transferred to Boone for induction. Most of the men are in the 21 24 age group, possibly a few in me 24 ago group, it was reported. Divorce Given to Rockford Woman Charles City—Judge M. H. Kepier in district-court Thursday granted a divorce to Gretchen -bendnck from Louie Fendrick of lear Rockford, on a cruel and in- inman treatment charge A stipulation provided that nlaintiff is o be the absolute owner of all lousehold furniture, all chickens and dogs on the farm, also 1941 Jodge automobile, which is sub-: ect to a'mortgage of .$250, which ! vill be paid by the plaintiff. The livestock, machinery, grain •nd hay, and also the farm is to >e sold at auction and after all lens on the property and fees ncident to the sale are paid, Jud°-e Kepler will divide the remainder with the plaintiff and defendant as " sees fit. Ships Walnut Logs Thornton—Miss Julia Ingehe- hron shipped 60 walnut logs from er farm southeast of Thornton to he Amos Thompson corporation ocated at Edinburg, Ind. LESS THAN HALF PRICE $2.25 LARGE JAR FOR BARBARA GOULD DRY SKIN CREAM Die pleasant, practical way to help keep your skin soft and smooth, whatever the weather! This rich, velvet-pink cream effectively combats the double threat of harsh winter winds outdoors, drying heat indoors. Get a season's supply while you can save more than half on the big $2.25 jar... just $1.00 plus tax, for a limited time. MAIL ORDERS FILLED ADD 20% EXCISE TAX * TOILETRIES . . . DAMON'S . . , STREET FLOOR Mrs. Anderson Services Held Rites Conducted at Mason City Chapel ^ for Mrs. Karen --—" Anderson, 80, who died Wednesday, were held Monday morning at the chapel of the AI > ' eL \ ncral home w 'ith the Rev i'fvT^.n ' Rogll , ess ' Pastor of Trin"3 Lutheran church, officiating. Airs. Carl Carlson played oh sequial music on the organ Mrs. Anderson was born in Oslo, Norway, Oct. b, *B6« Her parents were Peder Wilhelm Olson and Berta Indiana Anderson blie was baptized tmd confirmed m the Lutheran faith. She came to America when she was 19 ;>.nd was married to Abra»«J« Peter Anderson, July 2, 1888 io this union were born 8 children. She was preceded in death by her daughter, Nena, Nov 29 1013; a son. Henry, and her husband Oct. 10, 1947. She was also preceded in death by 3 brother* and 2 sisters. Six children survive, 18 grandchildren and 20 great grandchildren Pallbearers were Henry Anderson, Calvin Anderson, Roy Jans- sen and Robert Turnbufl. ra was at Memorial Park cemetery The Meyer funeral home in charge. Charles City Briefs District Court Clerk L. V. Leigh tiiday issued marriage licenses to Cecil C. Cross, 19, and Joanne Cockrum, 19, both of Charles City and Everett Griffin, 21, of Charles' city, and Jeanette Ann Yoshell 18 of Arlington. ni Ml V r '"~ Mrs ' Evere tt Handt of Char es City are the parents of a daughter born at the Cedar Valley hospital Friday. Charles F. Smith left Thursday noon for Billings, Mont., for a week's visit with his sister, Mrs. Arclue Watts, and husband. Mrs. Watts has been ill lor a few Miss Lena Bumbarger of Kansas City, Mo., arrived here Friday to spend the Christmas holiday weekend with her nephew, Paul R. Bumbnrger, and family. Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Hess, 100 1 ' Hulin street, will leave for California Jan. 2 where they will visit friends and relatives in Los An- geies. Mr and Mrs. Roger Barnett and daughter, Nancy, of Cuba, Mo arrived here Friday for a holiday visit with Mr. Harriett's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Scott Barnett, 401 First avenue. Community Program by Salvation Army on Tuesday Night Extensive preparations are made by Maj. E. H. Tieman and his Salvation Army corps for his community program to be held at the Lincoln school auditorium at 7;30 Tuesday night. This event will be open lo all families that received Christmas grocery orders from the Salvation Army or the Globe-Gazette Christmas Cheer fund. A program of entertainment will be provided by the Lions club. Dec. 27, 1948 Q Mason City Globe 'Gazette, M»son CHy, 1». An estimated attendance of 500 will be at the school for this event. Treats will be provided for all. COLO BUG GOT you STUFFED UP?/ TOOPgNSTUFFV NOSTRILS FAST... <?£r MENTHOLATUM QUICK! DOORS OPEN TUESDAY Act Now! These Bargains Won't Last Lonq' M^ NYLONS WOMEN'S Cotton DRESSES PURSES Flannel SHIRTS A real buy - washable Fast-colors. Broken sizes • Full fashioned 01 Higher priced purses reduced to go! Men's All-Wool Reversible JACKET 1 TABLE JEWELRY All-Wool—check these now! BOYS' SIZES $7 1000 pr. Men's SOCKS 5 for WOMEN'S RAYON PANTIES O *OR $J. Rayon knit with elastic waist and band leg White and tea rose S-M. Now only Cotton socks in white and crey Men's WORK SHIRTS A dandy chambray work shirt at a low- 1 1 7 low price. Hi - 17 . .. . 1»1| Men's UNDERWEAR Brief's and undershirts in closely n A knitted cotton .... 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