Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on October 13, 1949 · Page 55
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H*»on City Gl,be.G»«Ut, O M.'io!. 2 Clty??. 9 Plan Member Drive Garner—The .captains and leaders m the annual membership drive of the Hancock county Farm Bureau will hold the annual kick™ off dinner at the Klomme Com- mumtyhall Monday at 7 p. m A pep program is planned to inspire captains and leaders to make an intensive campaign for members in the various towns and townships. Corn Picking Starts New Hampton — About 20 per cent of the corn in Chickasaw county has been picked. Light rains over the weekend helped the pastures. Fall plowing has been United Tor some time due to lack of moisture. An average New York skyscraper will teem with thousands of workers in the daytime and be almost as silent as a tomb at night. NIKI SANDAL in Fall Shades of Red or Green Calf Priced at Only 10.95 See These at B&BSk 105 North Federal DOUBLE SAFETY AT 3.40 SAVINGS COMBINATION OFFER, REG. 12.95 ALLSTATE SUPER SAFETY TREAD TIRE Plus 2.40 ALLSTATE TUBE THIS WEEK ONLY 650 x 16 and Tube 15 .10 550 x 17 and Tube 11 .95 * Plus Tax and Your Old Tube DOUBLE SAFETY IN THE NEW TIRE Safest drat line lop quality lire on the market today. Built to rive yon maximum ntile- m|o for the price you pay. IN THE NEW TUBE Genuine Allitale tube, built to stretch less, hold and maintain proper air pressure. IN THE COMBINATION Factory fresh lire and tube, at this low sale price, »ive» yen a remarkable valae In a •afety combination for y»or fall and winter driving. I>*n't take chance*. Re-equip today and save. • Just 10% Down • Includes Mounting • 18 Mo. Guaranteed iLHlfl TIRE DEPARTMENT Main Floor, 23 E. State Ph. 380 Navy to Hold Examination for College Work The navy announced recently that the 4th nation-wide competitive examination for its college training program has been scheduled for Dec. 3, 1949, and will be open to high school seniors or graduates within the age requirements. Successful candidates will be given a 4-year college education at government expense and will be commissioned as officers of the navy or marine corps upon graduation. The program is open to male citizens of the United States between the ages of 17 and 21, and quotas have been assigned to each state and territory on the basis of its high school population. Those who are successful in passing the aptitude test will be interviewed and given physical examinations; then, if they are found in all respects qualified, their names will be submitted to state anci territorial selection committees composed of prominent citizens and naval officers. The navy expects to enter about 2,000 students into the program commencing with the fall term of college, 1950. The students selected by these competitive examinations will be assigned to the 52 naval reserve officer's training corps units which are located in various universities and colleges in the United States. If accepted by the college, they will be appointed midshipmen,, U. S. N. R., and will have their tuition, books, and normal fees paid for by the government. In addition they will receive pay at the rate of $50 a month for the 4-year period. Upon graduation they may be commissioned as officers in the regular navy or marine corps and required to serve on active duty for 2 years. At the end of this time they may apply for retention in the regular navy or marine corps, or transfer to the reserve and return to civilian life. Applications are available at high schools, colleges, offices of naval officer procurement, and navy recruiting stations. Harold J. Snyder, principal of Mason City high school, who is acting as the navy's local civilian representative, Will be pleased to provide specific information about the program, including the time and place of the competitive examination, the method of making application, and the specific age and scholastic qualifications. Mail Overseas Parcels From Oct. J5-Nov. 75 As In former years Christmas mail destined for overseas military personnel should be mailed between Oct. 15 and Nov. 15, it was announced by Postmaster Fred A. Cahalan. The postmaster said that the local postoffice has received notice that the U. S. postoffice department in co-operation with several departments of the national military establishments has completed arrangements for the acceptance of Christmas parcels for members of the armed forces serving outside the continental U. S. during the period designated. "Parcels should be indorsed 'Christmas Parcel' and the importance of mailing Christmas parcels during this period cannot be emphasized too strongly," Cahalan said. Parcels destined for Japan, Korea and the islands in the Pacific should be mailed as early as possible, preferably not later than Nov.. 1 in view of the distances involved, he said. Parcels for navy and marine personnel serving in the most remote areas -hould be mailed not later than Oct. 15. Christmas greeting cards to overseas personnel must be sent in sealed envelopes and prepaid at the first class rate. Parcels for overseas transmission should be of strongly constructed, boxes carefully wrapped, because of the distance, handling and storage they must undergo. The boxes should be completely filled and thoroughly packed. Hi-Y Groups Begin Year's Meetings The senior Hi-Y group met Monday night in its regular meeting and heard a talk by the Rev. A. N. Rogness while the junior Hi-; Y group was scheduled to meet Tuesday night at 7:30 at the Y. M. C. A. to elect officers for the coming year. Nominees for the junior Hi-Y organization are: President, Don Van Every, Michael Rogness,Alex Pappas, Gene Bisbee; vice president, Paul Rogness, Jerry Price, Jerry Haxton, Ralph Johnson; secretary, Jerry Halsor, Bill Parks, Jack Motter, John Johnson; chaplain, Paul Rogness, Alex Pappas, Dick James, Jack Barlow. Mr. Rogness' talk was entitled "Democracy Versus Communism." He was presented by John Madouras, program chairman. President Don Miller presided and the treasurer's report was given by Harold Wolf. Devotions were led by Perry Keenan. Councilman Named St. Ansgar—Clyde Carpenter has been appointed by the council to fill the unexpired term of O. F. Wilke who resigned as councilman due to ill health. Mr. Carpenter was appointed to serve until the next regular election which will be in April, 1950. Accepts Position Nashua—Marvin Horn, who has ; been linotype operator for the, j Nashua Reporter for the past year and a half, has accepted a position with the Wavorly Democrat and moved there with his family Sunday. No Limit to Income With Security Pay Questions he had been asked in working over his territory as Social Security administrator here, were answered by John R. Goldman on the KGLO Forum hour. Among these was one: "How much of our money out of the trust fund do you pay KGLO for your broadcast?" Goldman's answer was that the station donates its time and facilities as a public service to its listeners for the broadcast. He added that H ""years ago nearly one claimant out of every 10 lost one or more monthly checks because he did not know how the Social Security act fit him. Today this loss has decreased to something like one in every 30 claim-s ants. One question which he said was asked over and over again in slightly different ways was brought up by the speaker. Samples he gave were: "Can I receive my retirement check and run my own little grocery store? Car. I re- ceive my retirement check and] raise chickens for sale? Sell stuff out of my garden? Make a garden for my neighbor? Keep my neighbors' yards cleaned off and mowed? Take in boarders or roomers? Receive rent from an extra house I own? Run my own barber shop?" A young widow with some small children wanted to know if she could take in washings and ironings or be a baby sitter, Goldman said. The answer to all of these is "yes," he stressed. There is no limit to income that one can have, and still receive social security insurance—provided the income is not from working in jobs covered by social security. Takes Play Role Cedar Falls —Martha Jimdrich of Swaledale, a student at the Iowa State Teachers college, is a member of the annual homecoming play, "Street Scene." CALLOUSES To relievo paintul callouses, bul-n- ing or tenderness on bottom of fuel and rouiovo callouses—get thin. Boothinif, cushioning pacts. D-Scholls lino-pads Student Honored Garner —Robert Ulrich, son of Dr. and Mrs. R. E. Ulrich of Garner, is one of 11 high school student body presidents of the college class of 1953 who were wel- comed recently by the president of the student '.body of Willamette university, Salem, Ore. The only mid westerner in the group, young Ulrich was president of the Garner high school student council. What Color Please? Every woman wants her clothes to vin her compliments and here is an economical and practical way . . . just ^ send them to us for dyeing . . . we'll return them lustrous and new looking in one of the many new fall shades . . . What Color Please? Mason City Dyers & Cleaners 1414 North Federal Ave. Phone 396 STARTS THURSDAY —9 BIG DAYS OF SUPER SAVINGS! Powerful CAR RADIO 2" WHIP ANTENNA for price of the radio lone Regularly 40.93! LEADERSHIP SALE ONLY Installation, most ears 3.00 !V oy , a . car rad '°' l«*frer. as y°u drive. 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