Mason City Globe Gazette Newspaper Archives

- Page 1

Issue Date:
Pages Available: 51

About Mason City Globe Gazette

  • Publication Name: Mason City Globe Gazette
  • Location: Mason City, Iowa
  • Pages Available: 311,935
  • Years Available: 1901 - 1994
Learn More About This Publication


  • 2.17+ Billion Articles and Growing Everyday!
  • More Than 400 Years of Papers. From 1607 to Today!
  • Articles Covering 50 U.S.States + 22 Other Countries
  • Powerful, Time Saving Search Features!
Find Your Ancestors Now

View Sample Pages : Mason City Globe Gazette, October 31, 1952

Get Access to These Newspapers Plus 2.17+ Billion Other Articles

OCR Text

Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 31, 1952, Mason City, Iowa MHIOII It ANN GOOD CRAIG TENNEY IlLoluw by ANGEL STREET Good and Craig Tcn ncy the loading rolos in the Little Theater production Angel SLrccI oporiinjf Tuesday id pm for a tlmic night run in tlio Mason City High School Auditorium De pictingthe Victorian era in London costumoK and prop will surprise many North Jowuns H a i d Director particularly when they know that most of them cameTrpni MaHon City homes Tht mystery melodrama was filnied several years ago as Charles Boycr auU Ingrid Berg man Keijeryatioris aru 1eing made at the Little Theater Studio Federal in ptsraon or by mail Telephone may he made by calling 12 f t ATTEND RITES COHAVITH Mr Mrs Ar niond Tabb attended the funcro oC Carl A Johnson at Forest City Mrs JoHnsbn is the former Leila lluwland a former Convilh grqdc teacher Insurance Agency i PHPNE 3983 GUEST Rev James A Ogdeh Sheffield will be guett preacher at the Grace Evangelical U n 1 te d Brethren Church 14th and Adams N W each e veiling during the week of Nov 3 t RUPTURED To rupture or submit to an Illfitting unsanitary truss Is dangerous and unnecessary You will to face the situation eventually the sooner Ihe barter SODO IT NOWJ We offcf airappliiincc so designed and so fitted asto hold your hernia or riSpljirc 300 correctly and safely with a lo assure the best possible results in the possible time Many ropoitUicy can go without the v qppllnncc liia Jewmonths while other wear itonly when VorKing FOR MEN WOMEN AND CHILDREN NO StlHQBRY N INJICTKINS tOSS OK TIMK jour riiptura us Irulll by oiir nf rcncaroh ami experience tun ttlll tieconio tuiu vf our SPECIALISTMR HALAMKA M AT t CERRO GORDO TUESDAYNOV 4 HOURS 1 P M to 8 P M ALSO CHAMBERS WEDNESDAY NOV 5 HOURS 1 P M to 8 P M HALS RUPTURE SERVICE 1U9Harding Des Moines14 Iowa Corduroy JEANS With Boxer Top Elastic Waist Fpr School Leisure Outdoors Work or Play 4 FRIDAY and SATURDAY ONLY Remember our denim Jeans so popular Ihe last two sum mers Heres their fall and winter successor in corduroy Strong boxer lop elastic waist in back wilh self belt in front Side back palch pockels Zipper lly Mazoon Wine Brown Mrs Pirkl Dies at 81 Rites Monday Mrs Krank J Jirkl 81 115A sL S K died at a local nursing lomc Thursday following a five nonths illness The daughter of oseph and Mary IryWl Wondra Mrs Plrkl was horn March 2 872 at Summit Steclc County Minn She spent her childhood near iummll and lived there until she vas married to Frank J 1lrkl on July 27 1890 in St Josephs Church in Summit They cstah ished their first residence on a arm near Summit where they ived except for about seven yeai8 spent in the 1rair e area until they came to Mason ity in 1009 Mrs Plrk was a member of St Josephs Catholic Church and the Jabernacfc Society She was prc in death by her husband Jov 2 1944 and three daughters Mrs Patrick Leonard in 1042 Jo and Eleanor who died in The survivors include a daugh ter MrsVV C Thompson two sons Frank 13 Pirkl and Mark 1irkl two grandsons Jloward Leonard and Paul II Pirkl two raiiddaqghters Mrs W e s 1 e y Mary Frances Grcenanand Pa tricia Ann Pirkl and three great grandchildren all of Mason City one sister Mrs Frank Wanous three brothers J J Wondra Frank Kysavy all of Clear Lake GlobeGazette ON STUDENT COUNCllMiss JoAnn daughter of Mrs Frank Nthring 1010 S 3rd street Clear Lake a liberal arts freih man tl the University of Iowa Iowa City has been chosen from among 600 girls one of IS new members of Currier Halls new student council Curriers activi ties will be managed by the group Prairie Minn and Peter Kysavy Owntoiuia Minn Funeral services will be JUonday morning al 10 at St Josephs Catholic Church with Father W A Arqullti associate pastor of SI Jo sephs officiating Burial will be in St Josephs Cemetery The body will lie in state al the McAulcy Son Funeral Home until Sunday afternoon vytyen it will be relumed to her home The Holy Name Society will say a Rosary at the McAuley Son Funeral ilome nt 8 p m Saturday Tho Tpbnr nacle Society will say n Itosary nl her home nt 4 oclock Sunday and the Parish Rosary will he at 8 Sunday evening Cub Pack No 1 to Distribute Voting Reminders to Homes The Grant Ctib Scout Pack 1 will help in the gctoutlhevote cuni aign for next Tuesdays general election by distributing voting re minders to all homes in the Grant School areii The Cubs held the best costumes Frederick Kramer Awards for were won by Dnvld Johnson David Mnvtluez and Eddie Hlcclicns Bobcnt pins and numerals were awarded to Toe Shaffer Jimmy and Roger Rus sell Danny Grant Ronnie Kropp Urn my Printllc Joseph Kloster Huertn Dennis Mendou Lloyd JTood Edwin Schulb Thom as Drake and David Msrtincz Other awards were to Frederick their Halloween pnrtynicetiiiK at the Grant School Kramer Eddie Dalton George Rieckons David Pierson Ronnie Dalton and Tim Young Jerry Young Harold Edwards Darrel Grossland nnd Teddy Lang re ceived Webclos badges Neighborhood Commissioner Rob ert Reynolds introduced Institu tional Representative Everett ller manson who presented to Cubmas tcr Warren Dalton the charter registration ribbon and functioning manpower awards New den moth ers introduced were Mrs Harold Prindlo and Mrs Harry Mcnclon Mrs Warren Dnlton was in charge of refreshments The next Pack meeting is scheduled Nov 25 Movie Camera Stolen From Room NevVs of CLEAR LAKE NEIGHBORS Evelynne Breau Wheaton Des Moincs will be at the home of Mrs T LGames 408 S Ninth St Mon day afternoon from lo to enroll dancing class students Mrs Wheaton is sponsored by the Clear LakeWomans Club Colorful new crept dusters at Hansons Third Cltar take Friendship Day is next Wed Register today in any store with Friendship sign Keith Neal chairman of the Jun ior Chamber of Commerce Hallow een party Friday evening an nouncedun added attraction for the high school part of Die program Balloons with gift certificatesin side will be released from a galloon bag at the close ot the evening Certificates may be redeemed from various merchants For Sale Remington shotgun 12 ga pump model 3J exc cond Ph 764W Special sale at Vernas Fashion Shop Fri Snt lo make room for holiday mdse VI oft on suits coots drosses skirts blouses Special table of bargains Mrs Elmer Ruth Yohn and nouse guest Mrs Mavy Diemer Frecport 111 drove to Shullcr Thursday to visit a friend of Mrs Diemer Fnroute home they stopped at Mallard to visit Mrs Mnry Grass friend ot Mrs Yohn While there Mrs Diemer learned that Mrs Grass is the mother of a prominent doctor in Freeport with whom Mrs Diemer is well ac quainted For Rent 3 rm apt furn or un furn 913 3rd Avc S For Sanitone cleaning call 444 Ideal American Laundry One day service on specials The Retail Activities Committee of the Chamber of Commerce is recommending that all stores and business plqces in Clear Lake be closed Armistice Day Nov 11 The recommendation made by the Ifctail Trade Committee last Feb ruary For papering and painting Ph 315J after 6 p m Ref furn Saturdays Specials Juice oranges 20c doz Minute Steaks 7Uc lb 3 lb can Bake Rile C9c Morrcll butter G9c Smoked link sausage 49c lb coffee G9c lb Maikit Members of the current commit tee are Harold Jorgenrud Dan Col lius C A Pease Harold Cook G W Tom Atkins Leonard Rode waltl R E White Ray Uthe Ros Mrs John Paul Dies at Lake Arrangements for Rites Incomplete CLEAR John Paul 305 First Ave N pioneer resident of Grant Township died Thurs day evening at the home of Mrs Louisa Wisley 1005 S Eighth St where she was moved Wednesday Mrs Paul was a daughter of Mr and Mrs Mark Dexter who came to Mason City in the early days and later took up farming in Grant Township She had been 111 for about a year suffering from a heart condition Mrs Paul was preceded in death by her husband three sisters Mrs Edith Braylon Brill and Mmes Olive Hopper and Scbc Jahkins flushvillc Neb and two brothers Dexter Deer River Minn and Tom Dexter who died as a young lad She is survived by a brother Whitney Dexter who is in While Acres Rest Homo L a n g 1 c y Wash and several nieces and nephews Funeral arrangements are in complete The body is at the Wil cox Funeral Home Clear Lake Churches LUTHERAN Sunday school 10 am Church services 9 nnd 11 Jnylnif curnor Blonu for par sli house 11 iVIuLk Svillicr Ienmiu ini GuoiSe Strum pastor MUTIIOUIST Sunday school am MornlnfT wor hip 11 Strmon Members One An other Youth followaliip groups p n Seniors led by Cldyton Linoleum con Uhui sillily Top Secret W M Hub bard pastor tONOUEGATIONAL Cliurcli school Fayo 1osson miner InlunUent Classes for all Morning wor ship II Heimon The choice Is Up t You Conuo anil Serooby Club i Day nD pastor nUUCIHNAL METHODIST Sunday school Worship service The Huv C II Price Mason City trnc Special Music ST lATJUOK8 CATHOUO Sunilny ninssos nntl VVcckcla tudsici H Confessions Snlurday evening to 9 J J HuyynaKl pistor EVANOKIilOAh FHEK Sunday school 10 Mornlnt worship 11 YouU fellowship 7 nvenlnif service a Thursday ovenina service B A D Kurlz puslor CHURCH OF THE OlEN BIBLE Sundny school IPMrs James S An derson Jr superintendent Morning woi ship 11Kyonlng service 8 Tuesday eve nlhg liraycr nnd praiseservice K T D Ilusscll pastor CHURCH OF CHRISTSCIENTIST Sunday school worship 11 Wednesday evening service 8 A read ng room is maintained In the church opcf Wednesday and Saturday to s pm COMMUNITY Sunday school am H C Ludcke superintendent ORANT CENTER Sunday school 10 nm airs Abrama superintendent Spent IIETHKI CKAIEr Sunday school 1ft Morning worship 1 EvcnlnK seivlce Tuesday Bible study l Friday evening youth fcUowslilp llei bcrt A Benlz pastor Ventura Sunday school 10 Worship Young peoples league first Tuesday Sun day school teachers meet second Tiiosda Dorcns soclcly meets second Friday Cho rehearsal Thursday evening W T Wo trains pastor EVANfiUMCAIUB Ventura Church schob Morning worship Youth fellowship Evenin service Alfred Haw pastor 11ET1IIKIIKM LUTHERAN ServlccaSunday at 11 am Fcltowshl incelln 2 pm The Rev J O Blancs South Haven Minn pnstov Ivan Myers S Federal re ported to police Thursday that some time Wednesday night an Eastman 8 MM movie camera was stolen from his room camera was valued at The LET US CHANGE YOUR STORM WINDOWS FOR THE LAST TIME Rusco Combination Storm Screen HOME IMPROVEMENT COMPANY 409 N Federal Phone 946 CARD OF THANKS The kindness and sympathy neighbors and friends in our recen sorrow will always remain with u as a precious memory Our sincer ihanks and gratitude for all th comforting acts Sirs James Hyde Mr and Mrs Jack Hyde Mr and Mrs E L Ilorto Mrs Betsy Hyde Bristow Man Hurt Schragc 64 Bristow is in the Lutheran Ho pital at Hampton with fractures both legs near the ankles when h fell from a corn bin at p m Thursday IOLITICM ADVKKTISESIENT coo Milier W H Ward Delbcrt Owen Jeratd Jensen Keith Neal and Steve Clark For Room Ph 599J Wanted Lady for house clean ing Ph 366VV For Sale 3 pc bdrm suite comp 709 Gth PI N Ph Z32W Mrs John Roseland 314 N Lake view Drive was dismissed Thurs day from Mercy Hospital Mason City where she had been the past mouth for care and treatment Call Norman Huff for small job wiring eve after 5 Bess Electric phone 178J or 754W Special offer on Wm A Rogers Silverware Made and guaranteed by Oneida Bulk Oil Co Mrs John Perkins Supt T G Burns and Syd Thompson will lead a panel discussion Housing Needs in Clear Lake Schools for the program of the American Le gion Auxiliary at pmWednes day at the All Veterans Social Cen ter The discussion will follow a and short business meeting Jlrs Harold Thompson is chairman of the education commit tee in charge of the program1 D D D Rocktf Action Ethyl Gas for Oil Co holiday apronj from Hen sens new border batiste Very un usiial patterns of the Congregational Church will meet in the1 church parlors Sunday after noon at 3 for organization and dis cussion of church activities A pic ture The basis of the Blue Print will E W Day pas tor announces H R Gross Thanks Voters For Support Congressman H K Gros today thanked the people o thr Third Iowa District fo their support in past election The many expressions o confidence that I r e c e i y throughout theyear from citi zens in all walks of life sery as a tremendous inspiration t me Gross said If I am to continue the figh for Constitutional governnien in Washington the necessary votes must be forthcoming on November 4 Gross a Republican va elected to 1he House ofRepre sentatives in 1948 and reelcc led by an overwhelming1 plu rality in 1950 Congressman Gross said hope for an even greater major ity this year as ari unmistak able demonstration that th voters of this District refuse tc surrender the United State Constitution to dictatorial ex ecutive decree or to interna tional parasites to the tread millof tax and spend to un conscionable corruption an moral degradation in govern ment and to deadly undeclared wars which apparently have no objective AT LAKE CHURCH The Rev Ruben K Mostrom St 3aul former pastor of the Zion Lutheran Church at Clear Lake will preach at both the 9 and 11 oclock services there Sunday morning and will participate in he ceremonies of laying the cor nerstone for the new parish louse at 11 Mrs Mostrom will speak at the Sunday schoolhour 10am Clear Lake Calendar License Examiners City Hall B am to4 pm llelhlehem Lutheran Latllus Aid church parlors i Hi Tri Girls Initiate 51 CLEAR LAKE Fiftyone new members of HiTri were initialed al the first meeting of the year after school in the high school auditorium JoAnn Steege presi dent was in charge of the cere mony The new members are Linda Ifelme Audrey Hoblit Carol Jor dan Joan James Linda Katz Sherlyle Knight Judy Lerclal Karen McEldoon Carol Murphy Patty McGowan Phyilis Miller Marion Mastre Mary Lou Miller Lora Nelson Verlyn Olson Shar on Price Judy Pitkin Myrna Pushor Joan Amundson Susan Bower Phyllis Bishop Ruth Ann Barllett Jeraldine Browcr Elizabeth Conibeal Nor ma Cassum Rosemary Christen sen Sally Carroll Janeand Diane Duesenberg Lee Ann Enabnit Wanda Ebaugh Jlarice Finch Kuth Fuller Donna Braund Lucy Gagnon Diane Hmtzman Janet Hovelson Cleraidine IlilJ Shirley Hanley Myrna Reynolds Sandra Rabe Violet Bodberg Judy Boww Sandra Swale Shirley Trappe Judy Tenold Shairlyene Ulfich Joan Wcssels Judy While Rachel Zirbel and Maidne Hansen Mrs Arleigh Eddy is sponsor Refreshments were served The next meeting is lSrov 18 Hold Services for Mark Steven Lace CLEAR LAKE A graveside service was held in Clear Lake Cemetery Friday morning for Mark Steven Lace two day old son of Mr and Mrs Verne Lace 609 S 12th St who died at a Ma son City hospital Thursday morn ing The Rev George Strum pas tor of Zion Lutheran Church con ducted the rites The Wileox Funeral Home made the arrange ments Senior Girl Scours bowling in Mason City Thursday evening Norma Nelson assisted by Marcia Watson will entertain the troop at 7pm Nov 12 For Traveling Near or Far Ship or Plants Bus or Trafn For Foreign or Domestic ALLEN TRAVEL AGENCY Fur Evening Appointment bouB 375 Cltir CARD OF THANKS T want to express my sincere banks lo all my friends and neigh on for the many cards letters lifts and flowers I while was in the hospital It was deep y appreciated Mrs CarlAnderson 314 N PHONE 710 CLEAR tAKC IOWA BE SURE TO VCDTE NOV 4 VOTING IS NOT A PRIVILEGE1 IT IS YOUR DUTY The Slttta Polatit will cam aircondiltoned 1953 icaion including oil roonu and public roams Only hi SJeffa Polaris limiled o 165 passenger guestJ Ihaf un rowded comfort and intimate sKipboard charm which appeals to experienced Ifavelers WINTER CRUISES 1953 Sailing from Otliant JANUARY 5 20 DAYS Visions Havana Port au Prince Curacao Cartagena San Bias Puerto en Panama and KingstonKates from JANUARY 26 FEBRUARY 24 EACH 28 Havana Port au PrincejCiudad Trujillo St Thomasi Sr Pierre Fort de France in Martinique Baibados Grenada Trinidad Curacao Cartagena Sari Bias Puerto Bella and Cristobal in Panama and KingstonRafei from J785 No U S transporlation ALLEN TRAVEL AGENCY Clear Lake JUST BRING MOM OR DAD TO SEE SYLVANIATV wifh amazing HALoLlGHt HERES All YOU DO KIDS Jus bring Mam er Dad Mi lo brand Syl vanla TV vvllh Whtn you Uavi will you your vtry own Buck Kll abtoluUly So hurry ttttt Kmriftr In ntlghborhoodl 2 r TV HALOUGHT beaunful m veaeer cabinet a nil the new Chassis Avail able with builtin AH Chan ocl UHFVHF reception The Frame of Light for Greater Comfort Once your parents see the new 1953 Sylvania Television sets with amazing HALOLIGHT theyll agree with rus that Syl vania cant be beat no mat ter how you compare it HURRY HUfRY WHILf THt SPACE RANGfR KITS Trademark NEW LOW PRICES BEGINNING AT TELEVISION MART Phone 689 Clear Lake ;