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Mason City, Iowa
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Saturday, October 8, 1949
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PROCLAUiTIOU 'WHEREAS, Oetobw eighth has b««n <J«sl^»led as "National «e»jpap«rboy Day" to honor the millions of Anerican boys who gained their first business experience as newspaper carriers and salesmen, •any of whoa clicbod froa there to top positions in tlie «conooic and political life of the nation, and HHEHEAS, the principle of econonio independence, thrift, [honesty, industry and devotion to duty inculcated into these ' thousands of young /Interleans contributes greatly to the shaping of business character in adult life, and WHEREAS, it is fitting that we pay tribute lo the nens-> ^paperboy and his faithful service to the public by this national day of observance, j 'HOT, THEREFORE, J, WB. S. Beardsley, Governor of the State^ •f Iowa, do hereby proclaim Saturday, October 9th, as "NATIONAL HEWS PAPERBOY DAY 11 "in the hop* that the incentive and help given to these youngsters .today will assist then to attain higher goals and greater integrity iin the world of tomorrow. In Testimony Whereof, I nave hereunto set ay hand and caused to be,affixed the Great Seal of the Statt of Iowa. Done at D«s Uolnes this nineteenth rtay of September, in the year of Our Lord One Thousand Nine Hundred and Forty- nine, of the State o{ Iowa the On* Hundred-Second, and df the Indepen- • dence c-f the United States the One Hundred and Seventy-Third. Movie By CARL WRIGHT The so-called Dark Continent will never be the same again, not ince the team of Abbott and ^ostello inade it ,their happy hunting ground for "Africa Screams," which opens at the Cecil Saturday. Besides this intrepid comic team, the cast includes famous lion- THEATERS AT A GLANCE CECIL—"Enchantment" closes Friday. 'Africa Screams" opens Saturday. PALACE —"The Klssliif Bandit" and "Rim ol Ihe Canyon" now showing. STRAND—"The Girl From Manhattan" and "The Winner's Circle" close Friday. "Letter to Thr«>e Wives" and ''Gay Amifo" open Saturday. STATE—"Hit the Road" and "The He- turn of Daniel Boone" now showing. LAKE—"The Gallant Legion" and "The Mutineers" now showing. DRIVE-IN—"The Plunderers" now show- trainer, Clyde Beatty, and equally famous Bring-'Em-Back-Alive Frank Buck. Also to be found are former Heavyweight Champion Max Baer, his brother, Buddy Baer, comedians, Joe Besser^ and Shemp Howard, and, as the sole women in the cast, blond Hilary Brooke. * * * Frank Sinatra and Kathryn Grayson are co-starred in "The Kissing Bandit," showing currently at the Palace. It's the misadventures of a timid outlaw and the gorgeous gal whose kisses almost killed him. Ricardo Montalban, Ann Miller and Cyd Charisse have the dance specialties. Co- featured is Gene Autry's "Rim of the Canyon." * * * "A Letter to Three Wives," which opens at the Strand theater Saturday, is wonderful entertainment. The film has a star-studded cast that includes Jeanne Grain, Linda Darnell and Ann Sothern as the wives paired respectively with Jeffrey Lynn, Paul Douglas and Kirk Douglas as the husbands. "The Gay Amigo" is co-featured. It's a story written around the O. Henry character, "The Cisco Kid." * •* # The Dead End Kids, Gladys George and Barton MacLane are holding forth at the State theater in "Hit the Road," a story of the orphaned sons of gangsters. Co- featured is "The Return of Daniel Boone," with "Wild" Bill Elliott starred. * * * The state of Texas is spotlighted in "The Gallant Legion," showing at the Lake theater. William Elliott. Adrian Booth, Joseph Schildkraut and Bruce Cabot are starred in this spectacular movie. Co-featured is "The Mutineers," starring husky Jon Hall in a super-charged picture on the high sens. # * * Rod Cameron, Ilona Massey and Adrian Booth share honors in "The Plunderers," showing at the Drive-In theater. It's a story of the great open spaces. (Slgnrt) TO. S. BEAHDSLET" GOVEflllOir .(Signed) • • - UHERED R.VUTC1I SECRETARY CF STATE LEGAL NOTICES In the United States District Court for the Northern District ol Iowa. In the matter of KENNETH EDGAR ELWOOD, Plymouth, Cerro Gordo County, Iowa, Bankrupt. In Bankruptcy No. 3860. NOTICE OF FIRST MEETING OF CREDITORS. To the creditors of Kenneth Edgar Elwood of Plymouth, Iowa, a bankrupt: Notice is hereby given that said Kenneth Edgar Elwood has been duly adjudged a bankrupt on a petition filed by him on September 19, 1049, and that the first meeting of his creditors will be held at the court room of the Federal Building In Fort Dodge, Iowa, on October 17, 1940, at two o'clock p. m., at which place and time the said creditors may attend, prove their claims, appoint a trustee, appoint a committee of creditors, examine the bankrupt, and transact such other business as may properly come before said meeting. Dated at Fort Dodge, Iowa, September 28, 1949. John H. Mitchell, Referee in Bankruptcy. ORIGINAL NOTICE IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF IOWA IN" AND FOR CERRO GORDO COUNTY: Mildred B. Haujen, Plaintiff, vs. Byron L. Haugen, Defendant To Byron L. Haugen, the above named defendant: You are hereby notified that a petition of the above named plaintiff in the above entitled action is now on file in the office of the clerk of the above named court, and which petition prays for an absolute divorce from you on the ground of such inhuman treatment of her by you as to endanger her life; that she be granted care, custody and control of the minor child John Fay Haugen and that you be required to pay the plaintiff the sum of $25.00 per month for the support of said child until ho becomes of age; further that the defendant pay the attorney fee and costs of this action, and for such other relief as the court may deem Just. You are hereby notified to appear before the said court at Mason City in Cerro Gordo County, Iowa, on or before the 12th day of October, 1949, and that unless you so appear,, your default will be entered and decree will be rendered against you for the relief demanded in the incorporated town of Central Heights; and that five commissioners be appointed as provided in Section 362.5 to call an election to vote upon the question,of such incorporation; k that attached to said petition Is an accurate plat of the territory proposed to be incorporated In said town of Central Heights. That pursuant to the filing of said petition, by order of the District Court of Cerro Gordo Courtly, Iowa, entered October 4, 1949, the following were appointed to act as commissioners to call an election of the qualified electors residing in said territory to vote upon the question of Incorporation; that a commission, pursuant to said order of the District Court has been issued to the undersigned as commissioners to perform the duties prescribed by said Chapter 362 of the 194B Code of Iowa. You are further notified that upon the 29th day of October, 1949, an election will be held at the Public School Building in Central Heights to vote upon the question of the incorporation of the territory hereinbefore described to be known as the Incorporated' town of Central Heights in Cerro Gordo County, Iowa; that the polls oC said election will be open from 8 o'clock A. M. of said day until 8 o'clock P. M. " That the ballots to be cast in said election shall have printed thereon the following: "Shall the proposition for incorporation be adopted?" Yes No That an accurate plat and description of the land proposed to be incorporated in said town of Central Heights is now on file in the office of the Clerk of the District Court of Cerro Gordo County, Iowa. Dated the 5th day of October, 1949. CLARENCE G. OLSON, GEORGE SMITH ART AWE DICK LEUCHT CLARENCE HICKLE Commissioners the petition. MORGAN J. .McENANEY. Attorney for the plaintiff, 4 North Washington, Mason City, Iowa. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED TO: MAHY G. ANDERSON You are hereby notified that on the 9th day of December, 1040, the following described real estate in Cerro Gordo County, Iowa, to wit: Lot Six (G) in Block Two (2) in H. E. Francisco's Second Addition to Mason City, Iowa, •was sold by the Treasurer of Cerro Gordo County, Iowa, for the taxes then due, delinquent and unpaid, to F. E. Johnson. That certificate of sale was duly issued by said Treasurer to the said F; E. Johnson pursuant to said sale and that said certificate was on the 30th day of August, 1943 for good and valuable consideration, duly assigned to J. J. Stinehart. and that said certificate is now owned and hold by the said J. J. Stinehart. That the right of. redemption o£ said sale will expire and a tax deed be made by the said Treasurer to the said J. J. Stinehart for said real estate unless redemption therefrom is made within ninety (90) days from the completed service ol this notice. Owner of Tax Certificate NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE STATE OF IOWA, Cerro Gordo County, ss. To Fred G. Fronlnj and Nora Fronlng: You are hereby notified that by virtue of a General execution, to. me directed, and issued out of the office of the Clerk of the District Court of the State of lowS, within and for Cerro Gordo County, upon a judgment rendered in said Court in fuvor of E. R. Calvert and against Karl Froning, Ruth Froning, Fred G. Fronlng and Nora Froning for the sum of Seven Hundred Thirteen and 53-100 ($713.53) Dollars, debt, and Fifty-two and 05-100 ($52.05) Dollars, costs, I have levied upon the following described Personal Property to wit: 35 acres of corn in the field, more or less B tons of timothy hay in barn, more or less 1—1 section dr«r 1—10 foot disc 1 rubber tire 4 wheel box trailer 5 acres of beans In field, more or less 1 learn of jcldlnj horses, 1300, 1000 IDs. apiece 4 milk cows, mixed and that on the 21st day of October, 1949, at 2 o'clock P. M., at the front door of the Court House In Cerro Gordo County, Iowa, I will proceed to sell the same in satisfaction of said execution, together with all legal costs accruing. Dated -t the Sheriff's office in Mason City this 29th day of October, 1949. CAL DWAN Sheriff of Cerro Gordo County, Iowa By WALTER W. BALEK, Deputy Sheriff RALPH S. STANBERY, Attorney, Mason City, Iowa NOTICE OF THE APPOINTMENT OF EXECUTRIX* STATE OF IOWA, Cerro Gordo County, ss. No. 7206. Notice is hereby given, that the undersigned has been duly appointed and Qualified as Executrix of the estate of Joseph E. Marek, Deceased, late of Cerro Gordo County. All persons indebted to said estate are requested to make immediate payment; and those having claims against the same will present them, duly authenticated, to the undersigned for allowance, and file in the office of the Clerk of the District Court. - ANTONIA A. MAREK M. L. MASON, Attorney Dated September 29, 1949 S H. MacPEAK. Clerk District Court By EVEIiYN SLOCK. Deputy PUBLIC NOTICE OF ELECTION Public notice is hereby given that there I, now on file in the office of the Clerk of the District Court of Cerro Gordo County. Iowa, the petition of twenty-five (25) qualified electors residing in the territory hereinafter described, iisking that the following described lands situated in Cerro Gordo County, Iowa, ^I^The North Half (N'/ 2 ) of the South Hal'f (S'A) of the Southeast Quarter (SE'/4) of the Southeast Quarter (SE'A) Section 7, Township 96,'Range 20. 2- The South Half <S'A> of the South Half (S'/i) of the Southeast Quarter fSE'/i) of the Southeast Quarter <SE'/4> Section 7, Township 96, Range 20. S "is That Part of the Northeast Quarter tit the Northeast Quarter (NE'A, NEUI Section 10. Township 96 Range 20 lying north of the right of way of C. M. & St. P ' 4 ?B?odcs one (1) to Twenty-four (24) inclusive in the Auditors Plat of Lot 14 in the East Half (E'A) of the Southeast Quarter (SEVi) Section 18, Township «6 Range 20 and Auditor's Plat of the East Half (E'A) of the Northeast Quarter (NEVi) of Section 10, Township 90, Range M including streets and alleys. 5 Lots One (1) «o Thirteen (13) In- of the East DANCE Rudd, Iowa SAT., OCT. 8 MUSIC BY RAY ALTO'S COWBOYS OUR THANKS To Our Many Friends Whose Time and Effort Made Our POLIO BENEFIT DANCE Such a Success AmvetPost92 AGAIN WE THANK YOU ALL! FREE DANCE TONIGHT Music by Mack's Orchestra LEGIONNAIRE CLUB 317 North Federal FREE DANCE SATURDAY NIGHT ADMISSION BY MEMBERSHIP CARD VFW ,1315 4th St. S. W. Dies in Missouri Charles City—Mrs. Burney Benton of Sixteenth avenue trailer camp, has received word from her sister, Mrs. Dora Boggess, of Hartville, Mo., of the death of Mrs. Benton's niece, Betty Jack McNealy, 14. Miss McNealy died Monday at the home of her grandfather, Raymond Davison, in Hartville. Funeral services which were incomplete at the time Mrs. Benton was notified* were to be held in Hartville. Recovers From Polio, Finds Good Neighbors Nora Springs —. Lyle Robeson, 41, is now well on the road to recovery, and entirely without any ill effects, after a mild case of polio. He became ill on Sept. 16, and was hospitalized for 3 days thereafter. He will be unable to do any heavy work for some time, but doctors have assured him that there will be no paralysis. j He is also fortunate in having good neighbors and friends. Eight men came to his home, last Friday and plowed 35 acres in 5i hours. They were Clem O'Rourke, Bill O'Rourke, Mike Ames, Glen Robeson, Wayne Sellon, Billy Witt, Leroy Holmes and Jesse White. Bennie O'Rourke has also been taking care of the corn picking at the Robeson farm this fall. • Oct. 7, 1949 „ 7, Maion City GI»l»«-G«Mlt*, MM«n City. U. Hansen Discusses Brannan Farm Plan Charles City—Merle E. Hansen, fieldman of the Iowa Farmers Union, was the principal speaker at a farmer-labor meeting .-in Union hall at 8 p. m. Thursday night. The meeting was devoted to a discussion of the Brannan plan for agricultural price supports which the Farmers Union backs. Also discussed was the organization of a Farmers Union in this area. The Red Cross has a total ot 3,739 chapters in this country. DANCE Duncan, la. COMMUNITY HALL Moil.* Oct. ID MUSIC BY FEZZ PRITSCHE AND HIS GOOSETOWN BAND Admission: 75c Each r 'BUI, you old strategist . . . taking me to dinner at ... MAPLE III N CHICKEN. '15(66 VTEAKS MASB\ cttr PH. 1639 -* DANCE AVALON BALLROOM Manly, Iowa Sat., Oct. 8 Music By THE VIKING Accordion Band Benefit Dance Tues., Oct. 11 Sponsored By The Carpenter Sportsman Club . Music By The Scandinavian Accordion Band ENJOY A REAL TREAT after the game, show or dance ... at The Soda Grill Riverside Barn 725 NORTH KENTUCKY MASON CITY DANCE FRI. OCT. 7 Music By Cedar Valley Cowboys SAT. OCT. 8 Music By Hrubes Huskers Barn Available for Private Dances For Reservations Phone 1192-J Now Reg. Adm. Mat. 30c Eve. 35c Kids 14c DEAD END KIDS,, UTTU 10UGH THRU MONDAY NOW SHOWING WO'. BOO) fcotoP MUfttCAt COMING — TUES., OCT. 11 4' "The Pride of the Yankees" ADULTS 60c — CHILDREN UNDER 12 FREE 'HIT the ROAD' Plus "WILD BILL" ELLIOTT in "Return of Daniel Boone" On Highway 18 Between Clear Lake and Mason City NOW SHOWING THRU SATURDAY THE BLAZING CHALLENGE OF THE LAST FRONTIER Texas Rangers Ride Again! Now! Thru Sat. 2 Major Features! Thrills On The High Seas! Modem Pirates,' THE Gallant Lekion ^»* \' PLUS COLOR CARTOON MATINEE SAT. 2 A. M. MIDNIGHT SHOW, SAT. AT 11:30 P. M. AND SUN. AND MON., OCT. 9-10 ENJOY A TASTY SNACK After the Show at the EADMAR COFFEE SHOP Box Office Opens 6:45 Rain or Clear — Two Shows Each Night Starting at 7 and 9 MIDNIGHT SHOW, SATURDAY A BIG EVENING'S ENTERTAINMENT AT , REGULAR ADMISSION. Come at • to See "THE PLUNDERERS" — Then Stay for Midnight Show SUNDAY AND MONDAY Tonite—Friday, Oct. 7th Bob's Hillbillies Western Saturday, October 8th MAL DUNN Sunday, October 9th "386 POUNDS OF FUN" TINY HILL With His Double Shuffle B6at Band — "Angry." §1.23 Plus Tax Per Person Ben MOORE • JOHNSON Robert Frank Anns tarongji McHugh FRANKIE CARL & ORCII. — CARTOON - NEWS Regular Prices! Continuous Sun. 1 to 11 ROMANTIC ESCAPADE! IOWA'S WONDER SHOW PLAGE NO. SHORE • CLEAR LAKE. IA. End Fri.—"Girl From Manhattan"—"Winner s Circle MASON CITY'S NEWEST STARTING SATURDAY THE HILARIOUS JEANNE CRAM LINDA DARNELL AKN SOTHERN.. *A Letter to \ •^ Jtotee \ Wives KIRK DOUGLAS PftOU DOUGLAS JEFFfiEV LYNN —Plus— CISCO KID "GAY AMIGO ri ^'LJ € EC IIL STARTS SATURDAY Ends Fri., "Enchantment". Teresa Wright, David Niven A HIT THE WHOLE FAMILY WILL WANT TO SEE!

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