Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on December 23, 1948 · Page 8
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Dairy Herd Net Profit Holds Firm a. But. ^ a member having a herd average of ^oO pounds of butterfat per cow received 16 cents an hour for the time spent in the dairy enterprise; however, if production increases up to 623 pounds of butterfat per cow he will receive $2.41 per hour for the time spent. According to the supervisor's report there was one 600 pound cow in the association this month, 2 m the 500 pound bracket, 4 above the 450 pound bracket which means that they are receiving approximately $1.35 an hour for their dairy enterprise, AUTOS COLUDE Hanlontown— Two local people were involved in an automobile accident Monday evening when a car operated by Melvin Eckard, Jr., collided with a car driven by Alfred Prestholt as the latter was driving onto the graveled road from the driveway of his farm 4 mile east of town. Mrs. Eckard suffered minor injuries and both cars were badly damaged. Approximately 8,000 tons of garbage are handled every day in New York City. Attention! Last-Minute Shoppers We have a very fine line of Christmas Gifts . . . You are sure to find just the gift you want for anyone. • • LARGE SELECTION OF DISHES • PRESSURE PANS . REV ERE WARE • PYREX WARE » KITCHEN STOOLS 9 POWER TOOLS * TOYS Open Wednesday and Thimday Evenings Till 9. Boomhower Hardware CLARK'S Sports & Hobby Shop Cerro Gordo Building Clear Lake Timely Christinas Gift Tips! Standard Makes of REELS in a large variety CASTING RODS from $3.85 to $25.00 TOBACCO HUMIDORS with combination pipe racks EASTMAN KODAKS Complete Stock — $3.16 up KODACHROME 8 mm MOVIE FILM All Wool Pwdleton. SHIRTS * $9.75 to $11.50 Hockey and Figure SKATES $11.15 - $11.75 - $12.50 Fine, Large Selection of GUNS 100% Wool SCARLET SHIRTS $5.95 Boys and Girls CLARK'S Sports & Hobby Shop CLEAR LAKE for your Christmas shopping convenience ALL MASON CITY STORES WILL BE OPEN Wednesday and Thursday Nights — Dec. 22,23 Until 9 O'clock CHRISTMAS EVE ... Friday, Dec. 24 ... Mason City stores will close at 5:30 HERE °»A THERE Goldfield—The congregation of the United Presbyterian church honored the Harold Nelson and Harold Hansen families at a farewell party at the church parlors. The 2 families have purchased farms near Wadena, Minn., where they will move after the first of the year. Manly—Mrs. D. M. Smith will go to Minneapolis Thursday svhere she will spend the holidays in the home of her son and daughter-in- law, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Smith. Manly—Lee Mensch, who underwent an operation last week at Park hospital in Mason City, is getting along well. Nora Springs—Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Brierly and son, Marvin, and Mrs. Brierly's mother, Mrs. Fred Brown, left by car for Florida, where they plan to spend 3 weeks with relatives. They will be guests in the home of Mrs. Brown's brother, Ralph Hoover, at Orlando, Fla., and will also visit Mrs. Brown's daughter, Mrs. Gladys Warner, at Tampa, Fla. Clarion—Mr. and Mrs. William McCormick left last week for Fresno, Cal., where they will spend Christmas with their daughter, Mrs. June Zmolik. Kensett— Clifford Hagen has gone to the Veterans hospital in Des Moines where he is under observation and treatment prior to an operation. Nora Springs—A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Crowell of Clear Lake at the Park hospital in Mason City Saturday, Dec. 11. Mrs. Crowell was the former Helen Hartwell and Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Hartwell of Nora Springs are the baby's grandparents. Goldfield—Mr. and Mrs. Eliot Sevoreid visited at the Gilbert Henry homo at Nevada the last of the week and also drove to Grinnell to bring their daughter, Carolyn, home to spend the weekend. Orchard —Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Fox attended a shower recently for Miss Burnice Kleckner at the home of her brother, Robert Kleckner, at Mitchell. Nashua—Mrs. Lyle Smith, wife of the manager of the Iowa Public Service company at Nashua, will go to Iowa City Wednesday for examination of a spinal ailment with which she has been afflicted for some time following a fall. Kanawha — William Harriman, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Harriman of Mason City, is in the navy aboard the airplane carrier. U. S. S. Shenandoah, and out at sea. Rake—A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Luther Larson of Thompson at the municipal hospital in Forest City Dec. 15, Mrs, Larson was formerly Viola Wassdahl of Rake. Goodell—Olive Butts, senior English teacher in Fairmont, Minn,, came Friday for a 2 weeks' holiday vacation at her home here. Garner—Mr, and Mrs. Bernard Engstler are the parents of a son born at Mercy hospital in Mason City Frida:. Kanawha—Mrs. Anna Asbe and her brother, Silas Sampson, will spend some time in California visiting her son Howard Asbe and family. Rake—Mr, and Mrs. Adrian Hauskins are the parents of a son, born at the Dolmage hospital in Buffalo Center Dec. 13. Garner—Eleanor Jakoubek has been assisting with the duties in the office of County Auditor Maynard Schoneman the past 2 weeks during the absence of Mrs. Merle Yanacek, Manly—Arthur Barth of the Manly State bank has been s ously ill at Mercy hospital in Mason City, and has beea in an oxygen tent during the past week. His condition is somewhat better. Nora Springs,—Harley Brent Jacobsen, weighing 8 pounds 2J ounces, was born to Mr. and Mrs Harley Jacobsen of Nora Springs nt the Cedar Valley hospital in Charles City Dec. 6. Osaire—Mrs. Clarence Savre fell in the back yard of her home while emptying ashes and suffered a fractured wrist. HftMH.TON-WM.THAK-EXGW-CM.VERT 'MASON C i \ T ' :. t : , H O K . O L '<J •_. I ROASTERS • ALL SIZES • ALUMINUM • ENAMEL All Have • Self Basting Lid • Inner Rack • Damper and up $3.25 20 East State Phone 17 Goldfield—Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hough and son of Dayton, Ohio, and Miss Garnette Skinner of Washington, D. C., arrived here Sunday to spend the holidays at the parental R. W. Skinner home Orchard—Mrs. Lena Jones went to Charles City to attend a Christmas party at the hgrne of her brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs Lloyd Bilharz. Nashua—Russell Pierce received a telegram from his daughter. Mrs. Tom Mclntire and husband that they had arrived in Los Angeles. They will visit Mr. Mdntire's parents during the Christmas holidays. Kanawha—Mrs. Alice Holm of Duncombe visited in the home of her daughters, Mrs. Bob Hewlett and Mrs, Hershel Morris and families recently, Rake—The Brownie Scouts were entertained at a Christmas party by their leaders, Mrs. LeRoy Quame and Mrs. M, W. Smith, at the home of the latter. Games were played and gifts were exchanged. Garner— Mr. and Mrs. Don Naser and Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Naser plan to leave soon for a tour of the western states. They plan to be gone several weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Don Naser will visit with relatives in Oregon and Washington, then return through California via a southern route. Frederioksburg — Miss Thelda O'Day left the first of the week 'or a stay of several weeks in Cal- fornia. Garner—Hal Pollock, who has erved as bookkeeper at the Farm- srs Co-Op creamery here for the past 15 years, began his duties with the Hancock County National bank here. West Union—Installation of new officers of the Royal Neighbor odge will be held on Wednesday evening, Jan. 5, jn the Odd Fel- ows hall. Nora Springs—Miss EHse Gilje 'eturned to her home at Cornelius, Dre.; after visiting for the post weeks in the Lars Gulbransen lome in Mason City and with other relatives and friends in north owa. She called on her old friend, Mrs. Fred Clark, here. Kensett—Guests in the home of VTr, and Mrs. Hubert Bang during he past week were parents of Mrs 3nng, Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Mathews, of Lily, S. Dak,, who will ipend the holidays here. Nora Springs—Mrs. W. H. Lucas and Miss Clare Priem of Nora Brings and the letter's sister and nephew, Mrs. Emma Gerlach and on, Wilmer, of St. Ansgar, ar•wed home following a month's vacation trip to the west coast. Manly—The Manly State bank has been the setting for Christmas music that the community has enjoyed during the past week, coming from the loud speaker under the auspices of the Manly Jaycees. Nora Springs—Mr. and Mrs. Ben Duesenberg observed their silver wedding anniversary Monday. They held open house to friends and neighbors at their farm home southeast of Rudd, Popejoy—In honor of the 45th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Akers, a dinner was given by the children of Mr. and Mrs, Akers, to a group, numbering 57 recently, Chapin—Roger Philpot, little son of Mi-, and Mrs. Howard Philpot, has returned home from a hospital in Iowa City where he had been several weeks receiving treatment for polio. Nashua — Mr. and Mrs. Felton Cleveland, proprietors of Cleveland's Fountain and Gifts, will leave Friday and visit until Wednesday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. ,Toe Stackowitz, at Winona, Minn. Fredericksburff—-Kenneth Sullivan is a patient at St. Joseph's hospital, New Hampton. Fredericksburg—Mr. and Mrs. Homer Hadley have received the announcement of the birth of a daughter to their son and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Hadley of Chicago. Goiafield—Mayor and Mrs. G. C. Whyte are the parents of a son born at the Lutheran hospital, Fort Dodge Wednesday. Nashua—Mrs. Henry Graeser, Nashua housewife, broke her right arm In a fall on the ice. She was taken to the Cedar Valley hospital at Charles City where it was x- rayed and put in a cast which she will have to wear for 4 weeks. Nashua—Lloyd Havel of Parkersburg started working this week at the Moon barbershop. Rake—Roger Hanson of the University of California arrived Saturday for a few days' visit at the home of hia parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Hanson, and his sister Mrs. Gerald Quam and family. He was accompanied by his fiance, Miss Bette Johnson, of Duluth, Minn. Chester—Mrs. John Leslie and Miss Mamie Malloy are serving on the jury in Cresco this week. Dumont—A daughter was born Tuesday to Mr. and Mrs. Newman Simons at Hampton. Mrs. Simons was formerly Jean Pohl of Dumont. Rudd—Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Kingsbury of Moline, 111., are parents of a son born Nov, 3. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Kingsbury are the grandparents and former Rudd residents. S\yea City—Mr. and Mrs. Art Collins left Friday for a trip to Washington, D, C., and other points in the east. St. Ansgar—Susan Hegland arrived from Minneapolis, Minn., to spend the Christmas vacation with her grandmother, Mrs. Mamie Hume and Dorothy. Kanawha—Mr. and Mrs. William Scott and Linda of Mason City, ware guests in the home of L. V. Deibler 2nd family. Joice—Mr. and Mrs. H. I. Kaasa and Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Grosland recently Attended a Pioneer S<?ed corn banquet and meeting in Minneapolis returning home the next day. Garner—Mr. and Mrs. Merle Yanacek have returned from a 2 weeks' trip through Florida. 5ORRY-.&/ y CANT <30T She was a charming girl, popular with everyone, but, for one reason or another, she had not kept pace with the latest in functional, social practices. Felt ill at ease at the swankier affairs, because she wasn't quite sure of herself—What to do, how to do it. What to say and how to say it. It was humiliating to make a mistake before others. Brush up on the hundreds of tricky little questions that arise. Feel free to go anywhere, with anybody, at any time. This book, Modern Manners, is a social arbiter, whether it be a rose-bowered wedding, a bridge game or a business dinner. It's written in question and answer style and you'll love every word of it. Twenty cents postpaid. ORDER FORM The Mason City Globe-Gazette Information Bureau, Washington 2, D. C. I inclose 20 cents in coin for a copy of the booklet Modern Manners. Name Street or Rural Route City State , (Mail to Washington, D. C.) Assessors in Area Meeting Garner-~Assessors from Worth Winnebago, Cerro Gordo, Wright Humboldt, Kossurh and Hancock counties met at the courthouse in Garner Tuesday, The group adopted a persona property schedule, discussed com pensation for field assessors, com pared values on lots and farm lands and discussed legislativ matters. The assessors will convene again at the courthouse here on Wednes day, Jan. 12. MOVIE RE VIE WS By CARL WRIGHT The most spectacular film ever produced by the world's greatest makers of spectacles, Cecil B. DeMille's "The Crusades," opened at the Cecil theater Wednesday, with Academy Award winner Loretta Young heading the cast. DeMille, who made "The Ten tommandments," "The Sign of the Cross," "Cleopatra," "Uncon- TH EATERS AT A "The Crusades" now showlnr, PALACE —"Shed No Te»r»" and "Hay Fool" no-, »howlnf. STRAND— "The 1'rlvate Affairs of B«l Ami" md "Banjo" now showing. STATE— "Nob HH1" and "Santa Ke Uprising" ola*« Wednesday, "Swamp Fire" «nd "Twilight on the Hio Grande" open Thursday. LAKE— ."A Christmas Carol" now show- quered," and other magnificent screen epics, is considered to have created his most enduring flim in "The Crusades." This stirring story of 12th century Christendom's struggle to recapture the Holy Land from the Saracens is filmed on an overwhelming scale, with a cast numbering 10,000, and backgrounds of the most massive proportions ever conceived in Hollywood. -'The Crusades" also features Henry Wilcoxon, Ian Keith, Katherine deMille and C. Aubrey Smith. * * * "Shed No Tears," showing currently at the Palace theater, is a suspense story of an attempted insurance fraud, perpetrated by an older man who discovers he is Losing the love of his beautiful wife. Wallace Ford and June Vincent are the stars. William Tracy and Joe Sawyer are the stars of the co-feature, "Hay Foot," a Hal Roach comedy. * * * "The Private Affairs of Bei Ami," adapted from the romantic novel, "Bel Ami," by Guy de Mau- passant, is a taut, dramatic picture highly praise-worthy of the production team of David Loew and Albert Lewin, George Sanders ife the star, the setting is the lush Paris of the '80s. The picture Is showing currently at the strand. "Banjo" is the co-feature, with Sharyn Moffett playing the role of a lonely child. * * * A picture filled with action, most of it supplied by former swimming champions Johnny Weissmuller and Buster Crabbe, will open at the State theater Thursday. "Swamp Fire" is the picture, a Bill Pine and Bill Thomas production. Also on the bill is a Gene Autrey starrer, "Twilight on the Rio Grande." * * # Showing at the Lake theater through Thursday is Charles Dicken's beloved novel, "A Christmas Carol," with Reginald Owen and Gene Lockhart. It's just the picture for the pre-Christmas season and takes you up to Christmas Eve with a warm feeling for the entire holiday season. Former Spillville Resident Succumbs Spillville ~ Word was received by Mrs. Victoria Cekal that her sister-in-law, Mr«. Mary Muss- m .f n - , 91 > died at her home in Chamberlain, S. Dak. Funeral services were held Friday • r 1o™ Cek !, 1 was born ln Spillville m 1857 and grew to womanhood Now! End Friday "THE PRIVATE AFFAIRS OF BEL AMI" —Also— Sharyn Moffet in "Banio" AFTER A BUSY DAY SHOPPING— Dine With Us Open Every Night Until Midnight Except Sunday Eadmar Hotel Coffee Shop The Ritz Club For Food and Fun Boyside, Clear Lake End "Nob Hill" Wed. "Santa Fe Uprising" THURSDAY A HATCH OF SKILLS - FRIDAY BLAZING THftlLlj THOSl TWO *CMON CH*MP$ A THRIILING 5^GA Of llff BAVOU COUNTRY Jonmiy "Tarwn' Welixmullcr and lluiter Crabbc NO\V! THRU THTJR. A Screen Masterpiece! n PLUS CARTOON - NOVELT1 NEWS Register Tonight for the Big Day Thur.1 lere. She was married to Henry Mussnmn and they resided in C«l- mar, later moving to ChamberUin where they operated a hotel. Her husband died in 1940. Sh« is survived by 5 children. g&iset NOW! END THURS. 'SHED NO TEAKS' WALLACE FORD JUNE VfffGNT Robert Scott frank Albertson —PLUS- HILARITY! FUN". "HAYFQOT" GAY PROGRAM FORA GAY SEASON! Friday ROY ROGERS in Grand Canyon Trail" In Vivid Color HEY VETERANS! Our Usual Wednesday Nite FREE DANCE TON1TE Music by THE RHYTHM BOYS * TOMORROW NITE Thursday, December 23 Our Big CHRISTMAS DANCE Music by MACK'S ORCHESTRA * Meet Your Friends for a, Holidate at the VETERANS' CLUB 1308 North Federal Phone 770 •I / V l erru a We Will Be Closed Friday Evening — Dec. 24. CLUB TROIKA It's Fun to SKATE at the ROLLERDROME Between Highways 106 and 18 one mile west of Mason City. Watch for the signs on both highways. New Bus Schedule Chartered Mason City bus leaves Cerro Gordo Hotel on Wednesday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday nights at 7:30. Returns to hotel at closing of rink. Bus leaves Cerro Gordo Hotel Sunday afternoon at 1:30 and returns at 4:30. No bui service Saturday afternoons. We WU! B« Clowd Christinas Eve and Christmas Afternoon . . . Open Christmas Night. Special Christmas Skate . . . For Couples Only Thursday Night, Dec. 23 For Special Skating Parties, Monday, Tuesday or Thursday . .. Call Clear Lake 841-J. HOLIDAY DANCE THURS., DEC. 2} AMERICAN LEGION CLUB 317 North Federal "Where the Finent Foods Are Served" Music by CASTLE CLUB «,,.,. ..„< No Admission Charge No Reservation N*ctiuiry — Large Dance Floor It's Your Club—Come and Enjoy Yourself—We Hav« Not Increased Our Prices. CloMd AH Day Friday, Dec. 24 and Saturday, Dec, 25 We Wish You AH A Merry Christmas LEGIONNAIRE CLUB, INC. ' CECIL NOW SHOWING Doors Opan 12:30 — Show Starts 1:00 O'clock <Tj i^^m-*\ Frenzied, Savage Horte.., They Met Richard... and His Unkissed Bride! R !«k«rd lk« Uo» Hc*rt »nd hi* drcpcked leji«tii. ., »Uihin( lh«ir w*y iKroufh b»rb»ric dtMroytn •( CkrU- ti«n!tjr. . . and womanhood . . . 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