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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - December 14, 1948, Mason City, Iowa c In North Iowa PLYMOUTH The Gleaners Sunday school class will have ALT Party Tuesday ALTA The Decembex meeting of the Alta Vista Com mercial club was to be held Mon Zion CLARIONAdah Chapter O A R meet Tuesday evening v ipl m dinner with Mrs O as chairman will pre cede the meeting Garner Lucind club will ho Id its Christmas part at the Hull cafe dining room Wednesday at 7 p m There will be an exchange of gifts Vernon Bou telle will be hostess to the W S AT T her home Wednesday Alta Vista Garden club will hold their December meeting and Christmas party at the home of Daly Tuesday night THORNTpN The American Legion Auxiliary will meet Tues day at the Legion hall Esther Springer will be hostess GARNER Garner Pro gressive club was to meet Monday evening for a 7 oclock dinner in the home of Mrs Roy L McMil lin KENSETT Circle will be entertained at the home of Mrs Harold Bauer Tuesday when pot luck lunch and exchange of gifts will be enjoyed CLARION Mrs Raymond Hagie will be hostess to Chapter FS P E O Tuesday afternoon Mrs P M Ramsay will present the program Pauls Amer ican Lutheran Aid society will meet Thursday Circles of the w S C S of the First Methodist church will meet as follows Wed nesday afternoon Esther Circle at BRIGHT IN THE HIT A COLD right at the start with NASAL OIL 1 Contains no ephedrine IIA few drops relieves nasal B stuffiness due to a cold i rt oil Drtia Storai f OBAfi WHEA4 A MARRIED MAM GOES ANOHAS A RICH HE C1TVOJCLA AT THE FIRST WATIONAtBAMK THE FIRS PtHribulMl fcy King VMIU the church with Mrs Wendell Duitscher and Mrs Lydia Miller as hostesses Ruth Circle with Mrs Arthur McCormick Rebecca Cir cle with Mrs Andrew Huntley and a 1 oclock luncheon and gift exchange will be held by the Mar tha Circle at the home of Mrs E R Ehmke also by the Friend ship Circle at the home of Mzs J K Hilton Garner JayCees will hold a Christmas stag at the Klemme Community hall Tuesday evening Members are requested to bring a guest Quality club will meet Wednesday at the home of Mrs Clifford Abrams P T A will tiold a meeting Dec 13 at which time the school pupils will pre sent a program BURCHINAL 4H Victory Queens will meet at the home of Mrs Carrie Carstens Friday There is to be exchange of Christ mas presents American Legion Auxiliary supper will be held Wednesday at p m at the American Legion home with regular meeting at 8 Chairman is Mrs Clair Hammond Ed Wetterling will entertain the Garner Birth day club at her home Tuesday As You Lik t club will meet Tuesday at tlu lome of Mrs Herbert Basener This will be a Christmas party and Mrs Don Houck and daughter of Lone Rock were recent guests at the Roj Snyder home Katz Clothiers Tailors 212 North Federal Phone 523 Christmas Saving Sale Now Going Full Blast Come in soon and buy your clothing needs at o big savings Our entire line of regular clothing is sale priced Save on Your Christmas Gifts Sweaters Ties Jackets Hats Shirts Slacks Socks Robes Pajamas Mufflers Gloves Men Here is a real opportun ity to save money on your clothing Shop now during our Great Christmas Savings Sale PRIZES Enter Our Big Slogan Contest Heres All You Have To Do Write your suggested slogan for this long established mens store on any piece of paper and drop it in the contest entry box at our store Contest Closes Dec 22 8 P M No Purchase Necessary Employees of Katz Clothiers are not eligible Judges Decisions are Final Suit 2nd Prize Pr Slacks Har KATZ CLOTHIERS TAILORS 212 N Federal Phone 523 5 Lawsuits Against Rudd Businessman Charles lawsuits totaling were on file Sat urday against Ifendall B Finch of Rudd They were filed in district court Friday and were as fol lows Standards Brands Inc Fort Dodge Paper Co Midway Mercantile Co St Paul Minn Debutante Sportswear Inc Chicago 111 310611 and James Tallcott Inc New York City Finch was proprietor of a gen eral store at Rudd which was sold Monday at a sheriffs sale held under order the Fayette county clerk of court on behalf of M F Frevert holder of a mortgage against the property 4 MEN INDUCTED Franklin coun ty men will leave Dec 29 for in duction under the new peace time draft law They are Wayne Meyer 24 son of MX and Mrs Thomas Meyer Hampton Melvin Lubke man 21 son of Mr and Mrs Karl Kubkeman Latimer Donald Bergmann 23 son of Mr and Mrs George Bergmann Hampton and Henry Heins 22 son of Mr and Mrs Ernest Heins Hampton Girls Go Caroling Girl Scouts plan to go caroling during the Christ mas season They will sing at the homes of shutins Others who would like to hear them may put a lighted candle in the window Henry Osterman who has been living on a farm southwest of Nashua has gone to Charles City to make her home this winter with her sister Mrs Lulu Bounty Thirteen million dogs in the United for every 10 persons And the value of a dog to its owner is measured very oft en in terms of honest sentiment rather than highpriced pedigree and breed Whatever type of dog you own interest is felt in all dogs There is no more fascinating study Here is a wonderful complete book that covers the entire range of selecting handling raising training feeding and diseases to gether with American Kennel clubs list of the 111 recognized breeds No other book quite like this in compact usefulness and readerin terest of its factual data 48 pages 33 rare photo illustrations of lead ing breeds by that famous special ist in the field William Brown Bright cover fine typography Only 25 cents postpaid Order to day Order Form The Mason City GlobeGazette Information Bureau Washington 2 D C I enclose 25 cents in coin for a copy of the DOGS booklet Name Street or Rural Route City State Mail to Washington D C Aid Expenditures in Hancock Listed M Paulson director of social welfare in Hancock county reports that 226 old age recipients in Hancock county re ceived the past year or a monthly average of per per son Two cases under aid to needy blind received and 27 cases with 50 children under ADC re ceived or an average of per child KIWANIS ELECT Hampton Newly elected of ficers of the Hampton Kiwanis club are C B Donahue president C R Atkinson vice president Lee B Blum secretary J M Boots Robert P Host Fred Shry ock Dr Robert L Moore Leon B Madsen Eugene Ewens and Dr K L Sykes directors in the Charles Brooks home recently were Mr and Mrs Herbert Johnson Mr and Mrs Menno Swyter and Mr and Mrs George Eenhuis Mrs Lyman Dexter of Missoula Mont who has been visiting there has returned home REELS 35c tach 3 far STEREOSCOPE PLASTIC LIBRARY BOX St85 No Down Payment On Jewelry Decker Bros BIG MUSHROOM At Lineville 81 year old James Duncan found a big mushroom the other day measuring 9 inches across and weighing 1 pound and 11 ounces Mr Duncan has made a study of mushrooms and found about 50 varieties has Felix Halver son is a patient at the Municipal hospital in Forest City where she Its o Its a Radio Its Electronic Reminder underwent a major operation Tuesday 5OK SMMMf MOVIES 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