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Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, October 6, 1949
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-Mason City Calendar if' "—Woman's club. First Methodist church. 8:15 p. m.. John Vandercook, OCT. u (a 15—National Business Women's week. °c T ;, 1 ?~" The Uo «r of Charm." Phil Spitalny and his all-girl orchestra. 'opT°?S!!!n £leldhou =e. 8:30 p. m. «UT. £0— Community Chest team officers instruction meeting. V. M. ,C. A.. OCT. 3S-E1 Kahlr temple ceremonial, northeast I o w u, at Roosevelt field- house. OC . T -- 4 —Community Cnest general »o- llcitation kicko«. Y. M. C. A.. 5:59 p. m. OCT. 24—Charles Eagle Plume addresses Executives club at Hotel Hanford at ^6:30 p. m, NOV. •<!—Community Chest campaign "nal report. V. W. C A.. 5:59 p m. AOV. 21—First number in Community Concert series. John Carter, tenor, high school auditorium,-8:15 p. m. ?^ 3 ~ New York Civic Opera presentation of 'Carmen" at Roosevelt field- under Exchange club sponsor•Free Christian Science lecture 400 Attend C. of C. Banquet at Osage •hip. NOV. by Earl E. Strnms, C. S., of Austin. Tex., at Monroe Junior high school auditorium, 8:15 p. in. OV. 35-20— F arm drainage contractors and tilers conference sponsored by Mason City Brick & Tile company. DEC. 6-7— Iowa State Vegetable Growers association. DEC. 12— Chamber of Commerce «nnua! meeting— Christmas party. JAN. 10— Woman's club presents Robert Magidoff. 8 p. m. First Methodist church. . JAN. 30— Community Concert. Columbia • Grand Opera Quartet, high school auditorium, 8:15 p. m. FEB. 27 — Community Concert, Slgi Wels- senberg, pianist, high school auditorium, 8:15 p. m. HERE IN MASON CITY Payne's do picture framing. Paper Headquarters. Shepherds. Rummage Sale \Ved. and Thurs. 0-12 A. M. 908 2nd S. W. For Avon cosmetics Ph. 1372J. , Ionia, became the bride of Wayne Charles Loomer of Mason City has been appointed as adviser in the quadrangle, men's dormitory, at the State University of Iowa at Iowa City, according to announcement by the director of dormitories and dean of students there. Storm sash repair, window glass. Boomhower Hdwe. Trinity Lincoln Circle rummage ' sale., Fri., Oct. 7, over Ford Hopkins, 9 a. m. 33 Extra special Hat Sale Thurs. and Fri. 6 doz. "better hats" in felts and velvets. Values to $9.98. The Rev. John Reed of Holy ' Family church was scheduled to speak to the student nurses Sodality of St. Joseph's Mercy hospital Wednesday at 9:30 p. m. on "The Infinite Value of the Mass." P. O. M. E. Auxiliary rummage sale Fri. and Sat., Oct. 7-8, 1022 N. Monroe, Elec. sweepers, dishes, suits, coats, sweaters, formals. Now is the time to have baby's picture taken for Christmas, right in your own home. Gerard Photo Service. Ph. 1383. Red Star Oil features Certified Metered fuel oil deliveries. Quantity discounts. See us for famous "Spark" circulating heaters. Ph. 1328. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Cummings and son Robert, 117 Crescent drive, have returned from a 3 weeks' motor trip east. Enroute they drove down the Skyline drive 'in the Blue Ridge mountains to Williamsburg, Va., then 1 went up the coast to Princeton, N. J. They returned by way of Niagara Falls, coming down the Mason Cityans Hosts for 16 Mitchell Towns 35 Manufacturers and Wholesalers Entertain "The buyer is in the saddle again and we must know our merchandise and sell it persistently and enthusiastically," Arthur H. Brayton, manager of the Des Moines convention bureau, told a crowd of more than 400 Mitchell county retailers and their wives who crowded the spacious dining room of Sacred Heart church at Osage Tuesday night. Brayton was featured spokesman for 35 manufacturers and wholesalers of the Mason City Chamber of Commerce who entertained their Mitchell county customers at the dinner and program. "We must be friendly," he said, "and look at things from the standpoint of the customers. The days of shortages when they bought everything in sight are over." He drove home his points with a series of laugh provoking stories which kept his audience in an uproar during his entire talk. Col. Day Presides The Rusty Hinge quartet of Mason City also added to the evening's jollity, entertaining with songs and specialty numbers and leading in a wide variety of community songs. Urban L. Marr, president of the Osage Chamber of Commerce, opened the program and welcomed the visitors. Mayor Arnold Warren and Jaycee President Marvin Rex gave cordial seconding speeches. Father Thomas Conroy, pastor of Sacred Heart church, gave the invocation. The women of the church served a steak dinner with an organization which functioned like clock- WELCOME —Members of the Mason City Chamber of Commerce welcomed their Mitchell county customers as they filed into the dining room of the Sacred Heart church in Osage. More than 400 attended the dinner. $67,635 Suit Against ideal Sand Closing Defense Claims Keish Traveling Too Fast The $67,635 damage suit by the George J. Kelsh estate against the Ideal Sand and Gravel company neared a finish Wednesday with defense attorneys attempting to show that Kelsh was driving at an excessive rate of speed before the collision which caused h i s death. Skid marks in the gravel road which the Kelsh car had traveled showed up for 47 paces and deepened as they approached the intersection until they were 1£ to 2 inches deep, according to Wayne McGowan, vice president Canadian side Detroit. of Lake Erie to $5 hat special Thurs., Fri. and Sat. New "dressy coat hats" that are terrific in the new colors, Blue grass, spode red, winter pink, etc. Loftus Hat Shoppe, 8 1st N. W. Neighborhood rummage sale Oct. 7-8-10. Household furn.; drapes; sheep lined coat, age 16; ; clothing, fur coats, ice skates. In garage, 1034 3 S. W. 8 a. m.-7 p. m. Gives Report on City Milk Laboratory Reveals Bacteria Count, Fat The city laboratory's report on milk supplied to Mason City during September was released Wednesday by Dr. James W. Lannon, city health director. The report showed bacteria count and percentage of butterfat as follows^ Bacteria Cream Line Milk: Hermansons 7,000 work. The Mason City part of the program was directed by Col. L. A. Day, president of the Chamber of Commerce, who introduced the delegation from each Mitchell county town and also the host firms, whose representatives were presented by name. The committee in charge for the Mason City hosts included George E. Mendon, Ralph Milhiser, Carl Nichols, Emil Bohn, W. R. Strong, L. O. Allen and C. H. Koplen. Host Firms Listed The host firms included the American Crystal Sugar company, Borden company—Hutchinson Ice Cream division, Carroll Sales company, Culver-Hahn Electric comp a n y, Crescent Electric Supply company, Jacob E. Decker and Sons, First National bank, Gamble - Robinson company, General Mills—farm service division, Hoisum Bread company, Independent Biscuits, Inc., International Harvester company, KGLO, KSMN, Kayenay Engraving and Color Plate company, Klipto Loose Leaf company, Kurtz company, Mason City Brick and Tile company, Mason City Coca Cola Bottling company, Mason City Globe-Gazette, Nehi Royal Crown Bottling comp an y, Northern Iowa Bottling company, Northwestern Distributing company, Northwestern States Portland Cement company, Pfaff Baking company, Plumb Supply company, Queal Distributing company, Sieg-Mason City company, Standard Oil company of Indiana, State Brand Creameries, Inc., Swift and company, United Home and Trust company, Western Grocer company, E. Carl White Window company and Nichols Wire and Aluminum company. Members of the committee stated Wednesday that this first post war trip had met with such enthusiasm among both hosts anc guests that it would probably set the pattern for several such trips until the entire Mason City trade territory had been covered. ( Globe-Gazette Photos FRONT LINE —Seated at the head table at the Mason City manufacturers and wholesalers dinner for their Mitchell county customers Tuesday evening was this group. From left to right, they are Urban L. Marr, president of the Osage Chamber of Commerce; Col. L. A. Day, president of the Mason City Chamber of Commerce; Arthur H. Brayton, manager of the Des Moines convention bureau and speaker of the evening; Mayor and Mrs. Arnold Warren of Osage and the Rev. Thomas Conroy, pastor of the Sacred Heart church, who gave the invocation. of the gravel firm, who was the first defense witness. He and his brother, Earl superintendent of operations, reached the scene of the collision between their truck and the Kelsh car very soon afterward, they testified. They were called at the request of their driver, Rupert Bowen, when the ambulance was summoned. They also testified that the heavy steel frame of the gravel truck was bent by the impact of the Kelsh car striking it from the side. A piece of the frame was introduced as evidence. Earl McGowan also told of a heavy bolt and several steel pins being sheared off the truck by the crash. Highway Patrolman Earle Shoeman was on the witness stand when the court recessed at noon. Presentation of evidence was to be completed Wednesday afternoon, according to Defense Attorney Garfield E. Breese. Following closing arguments by the attorneys and the judge's instructions the case goes to the jury for a decision. To Dedicate New Children's Home at Ames A number of North Iowa Lutherans are planning to attend the dedication services for the new Lutheran children's home at Ames Sunday afternoon at 3, at which talks will be given by the Rev. Magnus A. Dahlen, executive secretary of the board of charities of the Evangelical Lutheran church; the Rev. T. T. Thompson, Decorah,' and the Rev. D. L. Jacobson, recently named superintendent of the home. Installation- of Mr. Jacobson in this new position will take place at the Bethesda Lutheran church at Ames at the 9:30 a. m. service Sunday. Open house will be observed at the home from 4 to ( p. m. Sunday. Operated by the Evangelica Lutheran church, the home wil offer a special type of service for disturbed children from 5 to 12 years of age. All field work, including referral of children to the institution, preparation of record Oct. 5, 1949 2 M»K>n City Globe-G»ielU, Mti» Ctt and bringing of the children to he institution will be done by the jutheran Welfare society of Iowa hrough its Des Moines branch office. Judge Graven to Hold Pre-Trial Conference Judge Henry N. Graven will hold pre-trial conferences with attorneys in 3 cases in U. S. district court here Friday. The case of the Cool Spring Canning company against the Continental Insurance company of New York and others will be considered at 11 a. m., that of the Price Motor Sales against Alvin Kunz at 1 p. m. and the case of Luther W. Sanders against the Chicago, Great Western railway at 2 p. m. Thompson Rites Held Forest City — Funeral services were held at 1:15 p. m. Wednesday at the Hanson funeral home for Truman M. Thompson, who died Monday morning at his farm home southeast of Forest City. A second service was held at 2 p. m. at Fertile. Mason City Lioni Club and Business and Professional Women's Club PRESENTS _ IN PERSON ./7.HOUR,/ CHARM All-Girl ORCHESTRA and CHOIR UNDER THE tJIRlCJION Of PHIL SPITALNY Sweet Clover . . . 20,000 Farm Products . 9,000 Modern 52,000 Hartman 10,000 Frettems 45,000 Homogenized Milk: Hermansons 10,000 Sweet Clover .... 39,000 Farm Products .. 9,000 Modern 47,0,00 Frettems 81,000 Half & Half Hermansons ... . 44,000 ' Sweet Clover . . . 14,000 Farm Products . 11,000 Modern 27,000 Frettems 3,000 Cream: Hermansons ... . 79,000 Sweet Clover . . . 11,000 Farm Products . 4,000 Modern 240,000 Hartmans 3,000 ' Frettems 2,000 Raw Milk: ,„«„„ Bryson 16,000 Fat 3.7 3.6 4.1 4.0 3.8 3.9 3.9 4.2 3.5 3.7 3.8 NEWS o/ RECORD New Car Sales S & R Chevrolet Co., Mason City, Jhcvrolct truck; Bettyjean Mcllvaln, 3 Monroe N. W., Chevrolet; Mcllvaln Construction Co., 3 Monroe N. W., Chevrolet ruck; Portland Co-Op Co., Portland, •'ord truck; Barney Schnarr, Nora Springs, Chevrolet truck; Paul Callanan, Clear Lake, Pontiac; Bankers Ute Co., 808 Brick and Tile Hide., Chevrolet; Darrell C. Jones, TISI 4tli S. W., Bulck; Mrs. Don Flemmlnr, 85 Linden drive, DeSoto; Lloyd E. Knoll. S'M E. State, UeSoto; Edgar C. and Ilcy E. Burgess, 1130 K. Slate. Buick; Howard S. Elder, 20Vi Mh N. W., Chevrolet.; Mrs. Violet A. Bernhardt, Plymouth, Chevrolet; Lester Ben- ncr, Swaledale, Ford truck; Mrs. Dorothy R. Kruse, D25 Adams N. W., Packard; Bertram A. or Emmabellc Morse, Clear Lake, Packard; Robert J. Hughes, 520 N Federal, Plymouth; Robert Wagner Douglas, Alaska, Plymouth; R. C. Beckman, 030 5th place N. E., Chevrolet; William C. Hopkins, 747 2nd S. W.. Chevrolet; Robert HItc, 801 17th N. E., Chevrolet. Lot 42 Hoyl's 1st Add. to Mason City. -:i-4U. Otdag, Harold & wf. To Orln Shrcck- cngost JJ.OO WD Undiv. >,z Int. In Lots 3 & 4 Blk 8 in Town of Dougherty, Iowa. 8-25-49. Park, Anton A Elsie To George AV. Budke & Mary C., JT $1.00 <fc oth. WD Lot 21 In Blk 7 B & O Addition to Mason City. 9-2-4U. Krenz, Herman H. & Dorothy J. To Ralph II. Tlmm &. Rulh M., JT $1.00 WD Lots 7 & 8 Blk 2 H. E. Francisco's 2nd Add. to M Cy. 0-14-49. Union Central Lf. Ins. Co. To Brayton W. Mllltngton & wf. 528,805.00 WD SW Fri Vi & SW'/i NW FrlVl & W!i SE'/i ex. 1.72 A. in 19-S7-20; also the NEU SE!i & SEU NE',i 24-97-21. 8-30-49. Pcarce, Kenet <t Jean S. To Robert G. Temple & Mary Nlshct Temple, .IT $1.01) Wp A tract of 78.85 A. In SAV'.i SEU and SE'.i SEU and NW.i SEU and NE'.i SE'.i all In S-Ufi-2<». 9-14-49. Sandry, Ray To Lyle E. Fischer & Vclma J., JT Sl.OO & oth. \VD N 70' of Lot 10 Slrrine's Sub of Lots I & S In Govt Lot 5 in i;i-!)(i-22. Ll-18-48. Ong, O. W. & Elva E. and Ong. Phil W. & Iris To Philip C. SchullB & Louise M., JT SI-CO & oth. WD Lot 4 in Block 35 In South Mason City, la. 9-23-4'J. Lltiel, Lottie, To Ruth Wcstcrby Reynolds $1.00 & oth. WD Lot I in Winnie's Sub of Lots 1, 2, 3 & 4 & N 49..V of Lot B, Blk 37 M * E. A. Tuttlc's 2nd Add to Clear Lk. 9-38-19. feld officiated. Interment was at St. Joseph's The Colonial charge. Catholic funeral cemetery, home in Sues for $2,325 Due on Board Bill Suit for $2,325 was filed in district court here Tuesday by Jane Albright against John Espinosa. She claims that he owes her that amount for board, room, washing and sewing at the rate of $20 a week, having paid $775 from Dec. 29, 1946, to Feb. 23, 1949. TUESDAY, Oct. 11,8:30P.M. Roosevelt Fieldhouse Adm. $3.60, $3.00, $2.40, Student tickets $1.20. AH tax included. '"VANCE MUSIC co.. i 124 N. Fed., Mason City, Iowa I I Number of Tickets I . Name I Address .'I i City State i Please make checks and money orders to Hour of Charm Program. call letters for autumn Births Reported (At Mercy Hospital)—Son tn Mr. and Mrs. Ed Nelson, Clear Lake, Tuesday. Son to Mr. and Mrs. Robert Clark, Rockwell, Tuesday. (At Park Hospital)—Son to Mr. and Mrs. Meivln H. Ouverson, Hanlontown, Tuesday. Fire Calls At «:;i7 p. m., Tuesday to 525 President S. W., Sage Truck Lines, occupant, Tom Zanlos, owner. Gas in open pan ignited by spnrk. World Federalists Elect Kiesselbach Convention Delegate Members of the Cerro Gordo chapter of the United "World Federalists at a meeting in the Y. M C. A. Thursday evening elected Ted Kiesselbach chapter representative at the state executive council meeting, to be held soon, and delegate to the national convention in November. New bylaws were adopted. Realty Transfers Alt, Jake, a single person To Mellta II. Alt, a single person JI.OI) & olh. QCD Lots 2 & I? in the Subdivision of Lots I & 2 in Block "II" North Mason City, Iowa. 7-8-49. Olsen, Norman O. i Margaret P. To United Home Bk & Tr. Co. $1.00 WD Lot 7 In Btk HI College add to Mason City (Given for collateral purposes). !>-l(>-49. Garretson, Theodore .1. To Ray C. Barclay & Lillian M., $1.0(1 & oth. 1VD Lot No. 4 nik •!, Patriarchs Mil. I'k IOOF In Sub of Lot I 22-9IJ-22. 8-111-49. Lee, Russell * June To Edna S. PInrr A Ivan II. Piper, .IT Sl.OO & olh. WD Michele A. Hubbard Rites Held; Burial at St. Joseph's Cemetery Funeral services were held Wednesday morning at the Holy Family church for Michele Allyne Hubbard, infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hubbard, 303i First S. W. Father Vincent Mer- mpo rted OMA BURGENER win UNLOAD your CARLOAD Phone 1010 HOUSEHOLD GOODS MOVING Packing and Crating Annual income per U. S. family increased from $2,900 in 1920 to $5,600 in 1948. 25.0 3.8 The average number of cars in U. S. freight trains bus increased fairly steadily from 34.4 in 1918 to 54.5. COAL (We Sell Tons of Satisfaction) Place Your Order JNow by Calling 986 WAGNER COAL CO. Fans all cheer this great "Mike"—Varney's Super- HO 2-8-2. It's a hog you can brag about! Seeing is believing! Kit, less tender, Regular ... SPECIAL NOW ONLY 58 .50 $ 45 Dagle's Hobby Shop 12 2nd St. N. W. Phone 1079 Your Doctor's Best Diagnosis Is Valueless IF ... the medicines you use are inferior. There Are No Bargain Prescriptions! That Is Why We Use Only Time- Proven Name Brands. "PRESCRIPTION SPECIALISTS" THE PRESCRIPTION SHOP 9 East State Street W. B. Casey, Prop. W. B, McGrane, Mgr. elours C It's a season of luxurious textures, and the star is "I. V." . . . IMPORTED VELOURS . . . the thick, deep-pile kind that glorify color, give subtle sparkle to black. Rich, handsome, elegant . yet only —Millinery • First Floor 895

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