Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on October 12, 1949 · Page 26
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Mason City, Iowa
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Wednesday, October 12, 1949
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Kenneth Manager Eaton Named Sales for Banking Firm Kenneth L. Eaton, son of Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Eaton, 320 E. State, has .been appointed Iowa sales representative for Otis & company, Cleveland, Ohio, investment banker;, according to John A. Kruse, sales manager for the firm. Mr. Eaton has opened an office at 402 Securities building, Des Moines. It is the 50 year old firm's first office to be located in Io%va. Eaton, a native lowan, was a member of the buying department of Otis & company in Cleveland before his trnasfer to Iowa. He was a graduate of the Mason City high school and the State University of Iowa. He served 3£ years in the U. S. navy in the Atlantic and Pacific. KENNETH EATON . . .Wins Scholarship Bancroft —Betty D e it e r i n g, daughter of Arnold .Deitering, was awarded a nurse's scholarship by the division of American Cancer society. HUNTERS ATTENTION! Get Your Xtra Range Maximum Load SHOTGUN SHELLS All Gauges Triced for Savin&s. 22 Caliber Ammunition Box of 50 Shorts . . . Box of 50 Long Rifle From SEARS Now! YOU CAN'T BUY BETTER AMMUNITION AT ANY PRICE' Sporting Goods Dept. 1st Floor, 23 E. State, Ph. 380 Firemen Flan Hop Sheffield— Open house for the new fire station and the annual firemen's ball will be held Thursday in keeping with national fire prevention week. All funds realized from the benefit are used lor the improvement of the fire department and purchase of equipment not furnished by the town. Sponsors Carnival Lone Rock — The high school music and athletic departments are sponsoring a school carnival Oct. 11, 1949 T Maioa City Globe-G*ietU, Masoa CMTi to be held Oct. 21. Frank ti«y«r, coach, and Georga Anne Voigt, band instructor, are teachers in charge. Globe-Gazette PUoto COLLEGE Y HOLDS INSTALLATION—New officers of the College Y were installed in a candle lighting ceremonial held in the Decker room of the Y. W. C. A. Monday night. In the foreground are, from left, Alice Paulson, president; Jennie Smetftcy, treasurer; Marian Wolkcnhauer, secretary and Peggy Shook, vice president. Miss Dorothy Jahns of the Y. W. C. A. is director of the girls and Miss Luelda Carlton of the college faculty is adviser of the group. Cerro Gordo CROP Drive to Be Organized Wednesday The organization meeting for the 1949 campaign of the Christian Rural Overseas program (CROP) n Cerro Gordo county is scheduled for Wednesday evening at the Y. M. C. A. in Mason City, it was announced Tuesday by C. W. Files, county chairman. The chairman will announce the county's quota at the meeting and methods for carrying on the drive will be considered. Last year Iowa farmers contributed 393 carlods of bulk commodities for shipment to the needy overseas. This year, Iowa's goal for CROP is 450 cars, larger than last year's because the need has not lessened. The drive will open in Iowa November 6 and will run for a week. Since its beginning in 1947 under the sponsorship of Catholic Rural life, Church World service, and Lutheran World relief, CROP, each fall has solicited bulk commodities from the agricultural states in the nation, to help feed people overseas who don't have the money to buy food. Distribution is made through agencies of the churches sponsoring CROP. MACES DR. D. E. BOYENGA, O.D. Eyes Examined - Glasses Fitted All of Dr. Maces' Records Still oil Flic. New Location: 8 So. Delaware Phone 577 NEWS of RECORD Police Court Overtime Parking—Mrs. Max Stratton, Algona; J. O. Edwards, 717 Ilrd S. W.: James I'clnakis, 'I'-'G llth N. W.; I'aul I'ippert, route 2; Mclvin Williams, rjlli Madison N. W.; I'aul Barclay, 2^3 Ken- lucky S. E.; L. B. Ltirson, 1442 Jefferson N T . W.; Harry Lee, Z'M lath S. E.; Robert Gottlieb, 908'i Adams N. \V., and Mrs. E. K. Hiinsley, Hrltt, each forfeited $1 bond. Passing Traffic Signal—Luther Strong, 40;i -llh X. E., and Leonard 1'aloma, (il(j Monroe S. W., each forfeited $:t bond. Double Parking—ICobcrt Allen, route 4, forfeited SI for 2 violations anil SI for overllme. Richard Clausen, 139 I0th S. W., forfeiled S'l bond. No Driver's License—Leonard ruloma, 0110 Monroe S. W., forfeited S3 bond. Assault and Battery — Lester N. O'Kourkc, 117 17th N. W., forfciled $511 bond. Intoxication—Lois A. Lyman, S1U !»lh 5. E., fined SKI and costs. Arthur Stevens, route :), and Jerry r. Quhl, West Haven, each forfeited $11) bond. C. W. FILES Greene Gives Week to Fire Prevention Greene—Fire prevention week is being observed in Greene. Events of the week will include inspection of all business houses and public places by picked men of the fire department. The fire truck will be on display on the library corner all week. A special fire drill will be held by the Greene public • schools in cooperation with the firemen. » today's new car vnhie —in every icay'." GERALD HYDE San Franclico, Calif. "Never believed any car priced so loio ooiila offer so much!" W. J. DAHt S«a!tl«, Wathingtan mare nf • everything — style, v roominess, fcr.- inrcs — for less money."' SHIRIEY HELM Houston, Texas "Anynnc wlia icants most cnr fnr the money should Joofc nt Dodge.'" MRS. OLIVER WETTERAU St. Louis, Mo. From Coasf fo Coast They're Saying— "YOU CANT BEAT DODGE FOR BIGGER DOLLAR VALUE! Come in...Learn about AMAZING LOW DOWN PAYMENT i Liberal trade-in allowance on your car will probably more than cover small down payment. Easy monthly installments. Drive a new Dodge today! You could pay a thousand dollars more and still not get all the extra roominess/ ease of handling and famous dependability of today's big Dodge! • Take a ride in today's big low-priced Dodge anrl see how much Dodge gives you for just, n jc.w dollars marc, than tltr. loivcst priced cars! Discover for yourself the exlra comfort of Dodge stretch-out roominess . . . the flashing pick-up of the morn powerful Dodgo "Gel-Away" Engine . . . the smoothness of Fluid Drive. Check all the extra-value features Dodge gives you at no extra cost! Here's VALUE that makes your Dodge dollar n bigger dollar. See Dodge now! BIG MEW DODGE Just a few dollars more than fhe lowest priced tars! SHOULDER ROOM TO SPARE—No shoulder-cramping body line* to restrict full enjoyment of Dodge extra-width icati. BIGGER 3-WAYS INSIDI—Extra leg roorrif hcnd room, elbow room. Kne«-level ficnts support legs for relnxing comfort. HART MOTORS, INC. 120 North Delaware Phone 980 Births Reported (At Mercy Hospital)—Son th Mr. and Mrs. Clarence I'ctcrson, '.IIIJ Madison S. W., Tuesday. Son to Mr. and Mrs. Julian Martcll, Clear I,akc. Tuesday. Son to Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fleming, Clear Lake, Tuesday. Daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Raymond McGowan, Clear Lake, Monday. Son to Mr. and Mrs. Richard Kadolph, Garner, Monday. Correction—A daughter, not a son as the hospital previously reported, to Mr. and Mrs. Lester Krart, Northwood, Sunday. CAl Park Hospital)—Daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Mclvin C. Baxter, Sheffield, Monday. Fire Calls At 11:50 a. m., Monday to front of '!5 :Mllh S. E., leaves burninj In street from dropped clgarct. At 11:38 a. m., Monday to McKinley school, 1504 N. Federal, motor burned out in ventilating system In basement. At (i:<W a. m.. Tuesday to 212 N. Federal, Kali clothing: store. No fire. No coal In stoker. Divorces Filed DC nun Karamltros against Iris Karamitros on grounds of cruelty. No children. Married Sept. 2-1, lfl»8, at Sioux Fails, S. Dak. Separated Oct. (i, 194U. New Cor Sales Mr. and Mrs. Howard LibersVy, J70S Wilson S. W., Hudson; Harvey Easley, !>fl!l 9th N. E.. Chevrolet; W. P. Harris, 023 8th N. E., Hudson; Oscar Floy. Thornton, Ford; Harry L. Helgason, 1 KiO Maple drive, Mercury: Fred Llnahon, Clear Lake. Chevrolet; Arlclfh K. Ward. 824 !)th N. E., Chevrolet; L. .1. Retlcrath, Adams, Minn., Mercury; Froxcn Foods, Inc., 711 S. Federal, Diamond T truck. Realty Transfers Lorinp, Wesley V. & Lcnore To I,eon r.. Kramer & Kcfrlna B., JT. Sl.OI) QCD Same as above. a-28-4fl. Steecc, Mary Anna., to Mildred A. Huxsol and Herman J.. .IT, 51.0(1, WD, Lot 2 In Hoyfs First Add. to Mason City. !>-:i1-IO. Pension Fund Corp., N1V la Conf. The M. E. Church To N. la. Conf. Pensions Inc. of the M. E. Church SI. 1)0 SWD W,fe Sec. 32 & NE'/i Sec. 10 & SE'/i Sec. '2(1 all in Sn-r;. J0-:i-l!>. Thiele. Laurence M. * Lucille To Harold .1. Kaup & Helen ('. JT. 51.110 WO Lot 2(il Midland Hts. Mason City. la. 9-29-40. Hond, .lutla To C. A. Gihhs & Emma. .TT. Sl.on AVD Lot 12 Ulk :t Parker's 5th Add. to Mason City. UI-3-<<!>. Cerro Gordo County, Iowa To Robert C. ERECTS SHO.OO SWn Lot <) nik 3 Colloton's Add. to Mason City. 10-10-4!). iMarston, Harriet F.valyn, et al To Leon F,. Kramer <fc Retina R., .IT. SI.OO WI> S HO' of N 25:1.4' of E Ifi3' of that part of Lot 12 in Aud. plat of S'.i: of ;i-9«-M West of N r . Carolina j\ve., M. Cy. n-l-49. Fltzpatrlck, Rilla To Rilla Fitxpatrick * Matthew Robert JT. Sl.flO WD Bet. '4l)f!.2. r >' W of NE cor. of Lot 3 Aud. Plat of SW'i F.U J0-!)fi-20. S 132' W7-1.2S 1 NIKS' EM.25' to beginning, fl-13-49. Former Barber Dies at Minnesota Cabin Popcjoy —Albert R. Conner, a longtime resident of Popejoy, died suddenly at the Conner cabin, at Cass Lake, Minn., Saturday night. Mr. Conner had been in poor health for several months. Mr. and Mrs. Conner were spending a month at Cass Lake. Besides Mrs. Conner he leaves 4 sons, Clyde of Des Moines; Robert, of Grand Forks, N. Dak.; Clayton, of Iowa Falls, and Kermil, of Popejoy. Mr. Conner owned and operated a barbershop in Popcjoy 45 years ago. For 23 years Mr. Conner and son, Clayton, were associated in the barber business at Wesley. Mr. and Mrs. Conner returned to Popcjoy 15 years ago and Mr. Conner operated a barbershop until his health failed 4 years ago. Since then he had assisted in the Clayton Conner Sports Shop in Iowa Falls. Farm Bureau Meets Rake —The Lincoln township Farm Bureau re-elected Thomas Lubben and Marvin Dearing director and secretary, respectively. J. A. Liverca led the discussion on developing resolutions for Lincoln township. It was resolved by the group that more attention be made to maintenance of newly constructed roads so that the original cost of construction is protected. Open Saturday Evenings Till 9 QUITTING BUSINESS Clothing SALE Everything Must Go! Prices Cut to Rock Bottom! Buy Your Winter Needs Now and Save! Corduroy SPORT JACKETS 16.95 Value 10.95 Men's DRESS SHIRTS Values to $5. Whites and Colors, Including French Cuffs. Known Brands. Marlboro & Shapley. 2.37 Men's TOPCOATS 47.50 VALUES Men's DRESS HATS 4.00 Values Men's Summer SLACKS 1 Lot Only Values to 8.95 1 Large Lot of Men's All Wool Worsted SUITS $55 Values $ 36 95 Men's CAPS 11c Men's Fancy SCARFS 2.95 Value 25c Value HANDKERCHIEFS 4.98 Value PAJAMAS 2.S7 100% Wool Letter Sweaters ALL COLORS * Mm 9.00 Value ., O«4l I Men's Long Sleeve SPORT SHIRTS Values to $5 2.47 Jackets All Kinds and Types at Give Away Prices Men's Alpaca Lined STORM' COATS 1 Lot Values to 42.50 RAINCOATS 8.95 Value 4" 12.95 Volue SOCKS 49c Value 19c TIES 1.50 Value 84 2.00 Value 1.27 212 North Federal m^mmmmmmm^^m^mmmm^mmm KA TZ CLOTHIERS Open Saturday Evenings Till 9 Mason City

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