Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on October 6, 1949 · Page 15
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 15

Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, October 6, 1949
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Cresco's Adult Art j Group Plans Show Crcsco— The Cresco adult art group began its painting and sculpture classes Monday evening at the Cresco public library. This is the 2nd year for the organization under the direction of Albert Wynne, high school art instructor. Mr. Wynne will conduct classes in drawing, water color and oil painting. Miss June Cook will conduct classes in sculpture.; .; The group has made arrangements with the Waterloo Art association-for an exchange show. Paintings from the Waterloo group will be shown in Crcsco during December and the Cresco group will show its work at Waterloo some time in February. The Cresco group' also has plans for exchange shows with the Boone and Mt. Pleasant art groups. Contact Lens Users After lenses are removed and your eyes and lids ffiel tired, sore, Jnfiamed, burnt -ing and smarting — enjoy the soothing comfort of pleasant Lavoptik. Quickly helps relieve irritation. Your eyes feel refreshed "and clean.' Lavoptik has been used for more than 30 years. Must delight or money back. Get Lavoptik today. (Eye-cup included). At all druggists. Soil Practice Tour Proposed Garner—The Hancock county soil conservation district has arranged a tour of projects Friday afternoon to enable persons interested io see first hand some 'of the latest practices used in the conservation of soil. The tour will get under way at 1 p. m. on the Mrs. C. A. Arnold farm near Klemme, Here will be shown how good land use has been incorporated in the management of farm land. The next stop will be at the William Hoeft farm operated by Jacob Blumer where other types of conservation methods will be explained. The final stop will be at the Kenneth Olson farm in Ellington township where terrace construction and water control methods will be shown. The public is invited to take part in the tour or to visit any or all of the projects Friday. Proctor Named Lake Mills—Wayne R. M&rthin- son of Lake Mills, has been appointed a proctor in men's housing at the Gables at the State University of Iowa. For th$ Early Christmas Shopper SHOP NOW FOR THAT LONG WANTED SINGER Sewing Machine jf 1 We Now Have A Most Cohiplete^Selection In All Styles 2 Suffer Broken Legs When Ladder Breaks Culmar—Louis Phillips ot Calmar and his brother-in-law Leo Bvoderick of Ossian were in a ipspiial at Decorah Wednesday with fractured legs which they suffered in. an accident at the Phillips home whilo they v.-cro preparing to shingle the roof. As Phillips was climbing up a ladder to make an improvised scaffold a rung of the ladder broke, dislodging the planks and throwing Broderick to the ground, a distance of about 15 feet. When Phillips saw the planks falling he jumped to the ground, landing on his heel and suffering a compound fracture of both bones about 5 inches above the ankle. Broderick suffered a fracture above the ankle, Ihe bone being broken in 2 places. PRICES START AT When you buy a new Singer Sewing Machine you receive a complete course in sewing absolutely free. Lifetime Free Service Guarantee SINGER SEWING CENTER 123 North Federal Phone 1122 Lighten Your Household Tasks with a COSCO STEP-STOOL a convenient Swing out the self-locking, rubber-tread-' cd steps, presto! It's a '^sturdy, steady, six-lcg ! Bladder for safer climbing.! 'Handy—easyjto(useiall) through the house-f Other COSCO Stools beginning tat $3.45 Choose From an Assortment of Colors Cosco "Rollaway" UTILITY TABLE Use it in kitchen, laundry, nursery or bath. Big, 17" x 24" top; two roomy shelves for appliance storage. Large easy-rolling casters on legs. All metal construction. Baked on enamel finish in choice of colors. LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE OF PRORATE OF WILL STATE OF IOWA, Cerro Gordo County, .-a. In District Court. No. 7226. September Term, 1949. To all whom it may concern: You are hereby notified, that an Instrument of writing purporting to be the Will nnd Testament of Christine Giklner, Deceased, dated September 1, 1949, having been this dny filed, opened and rend, Monday the 171 h day of October. 1U4S). is tixec.1 for he.-iring proof of same at the Court House In Mason City, Iowa, before the District Court of said Coxmty, or the Clerk of said Court; and at 2 o'clock P. M., of the day above mentioned all persons Interested are icreby notified and required to appear, and show cause, if any they have, why said instrument should not be probated and nllowed as and for the last Will and Testament of said deceased. Dated at Mason City, Iowa, September 19, 1D49. S. H. MacPEAK, Clerk of District Court By EVELYN SLOCK, Deputy Honor Nashua Pastor, Wife Nashua—A joint birthday party will be held in the basement of the Little Brown Church Friday evening as n courtesy to the Rev. and Mrs. F. L. Hanscom, both birthdays occurring in October. The affair is held annually. It will be climaxed with a potluck supper. Mr, Hanscom has been pastor of this famous church since the spring of 1940 and has performed during that time over, 7,000 marriages. H i s pastorate followed that of the Rev. William Kent, who died while serving the church. He states there has not been any new record set this year for marriages. Midnight marriages ure few nowadays as since the health law was passed requiring certificates it has done away with couples who would take a sudden notion to get married. Install Courts Garner—Two regulation horseshoe courts have been installed on the Garner high school athletic field just south of the new shop building according to Coach R. E Smith. The public has been invited to use Ihe courts. Shoes are available at the courts. Feeder Cattle Move to Garner Gamer—Feeder cattle are moving into feed lots in large numbers in Hancock county. During September 162 carloads were'shipped in on the Milwaukee railroad and the first 4 days of October 34 more were received with 20 carloads arriving Monday. A number of farmers are purchasing additional cattle to salvage some of the corn on the ground which has fallen off the stalks or is being knocked off by husking machines due to severe corn borer damage. Mason City Globe-Gnzettf, Mason,City, !»., Oct. 5, 1949 13 Installs Television Belmond—The Brady appliance store has installed a television set, programs coming from St. Paul, Omaha and Chicago. This is the first set in this community and draws large crowds. PATTERSON-JAMES "ALL WHITE" a Better omorrow AIR and AUTO AMBULANCE SERVICE MAYOR'S PHOCLAMATION To the Voters of Dougherty, Ia\va: You will take notice that on the 2pth dny of October, 1949, a special election will be held in the Incorporated Town of Dougherty, Iowa, for the purpose of submitting to the voters of said Town for their approval or rejection the question of granting to the Iowa Public Service Company a franchise to own, operate and maintain an- electric light, heat, and power plant, and distribution and street lighting system, and transmission lino within the said Town for a period of twenty-five (25) years. At said election the ballot to be used will be substantially the following form: (Notice to Voters: For an affirmative vote on the following question, make a cross (X) mark in the square after the word "YES." For a negative vole put a similar mark in the square following the word "NO.") Shall the public measure contained in the following O r d i n a nee granting Iowa Public Service Company a franchise, be adopted? ORDINANCE NO. 31 An Ordinance Grunting Unto Iowa Public Service Company, Its Successors and Assigns, Authority to Construct. Reconstruct, Own, Maintain and Operate an Electric Light, Hcnt anil Power Plant, and Distribution System in the Incorporated Town of Dougherty, Iowa, for a Period of Twenty-five (25) Years, and to Fiirtilsh Electrical Energy to said Town and Its Inhabitants for Light, Heat, and Power Purposes and Including the Right to Construct a High Voltage Electrio Transmission Line Into and Through the Snld Town, and providing for the Regulations and Conditions Under Which the Said Right Is to Bo Exercised. BE IT ORDAINED by the Town Council of the Incorporated Town of Dougherty. Iowa. Section 1. A non-exclusive Franchise is hereby given' unto the Iowa Public Service Company, its successors and assigns hereinafter called the Grantee, for a period of twenty-five (25) yeax-s from and after the approval of this Ordinance by the legal voters oC the Incorporated ""own of DouRrierty, Iowa, to construct, (•construct, maintain and operate an lectrlc light, heat and power plant at nd in the said Town of Dougherty, o\va, and to enter upon the streets, ave- ues, alleys and public places and therein, tiereon, thereunder and thereover to con- truct, reconstruct, maintain and operate n electric distribution system and street Ighting system to consist of poles, wires, rossarms, guy wires, conduits and other iccesary construction, and to furnish •lectrical energy to said Town of Doughrty, Iowa,.and its Inhabitants for light, ieat, power and other purposes, and to wn, maintain and operate a high voltage Icclrical transmission line extending to and through the said Town from points utside thereof. Section 2. The poles, crossarms, wires, guy wires and other construction above [round of said distribution and street ighting system shall so far as possible be erected in the alleys so as not unnecessarily to interfere with the use of he streets and alleys of the Town by .he public. Said construction shall be in accordance with the specifications of the Board of National Fire Underwriters in force at the time of said construction, and shall at all times be maintained }n ood repair so as to furnish efficient electrical service. Section 3. The Grnntee agrees for and n behalf of itself, its lessees, successors and assigns, that all authority and rigtit n this Ordinance contained, shall at all times be subject to all right, power and authority now or hereafter possessed by said Town of Dougherty. Iowa, to regu- ate rates, control and direct by Ordinance or Resolution and legislate concerning he Franchise herein granted and concerning the manner in which Grantee shall use apd enjoy the Franchise herein {ranted. Section. 4. Ss!d Grantee shall fully pro- «~ A of" .Swing'the, wCC* v* • steps beneath 1 the seat, 'or/ use them as a footresti. Either way, she'll be sit-' ting pretty! Upholstered seat and form-fit back! lighten tiring tasks. Model 8-B 5 9.95 20 E. StaU Phone 17 PROTECT Your Investment in DRAPES AND SLIPCOVERS ... by sending them to us to be dyed one of the new fall shades. We'll return them to you bright as new "to win your compliments on their good looks. PHONE 396 TODAY Mason City Dyers & Cleaners 1414 North Federal Ave. Phone 396 GET Ihe facts on lowcost farm financing . . . read how to save with the Farm Income Privilege, be safe with the Prepayment Reserve. _Ask us for this new booklet prepared by the leader in the field. The Equitable Life Assurance Society. See. Us Today Look towards tomorrow today! Save regularly for your future . . . for the things you plan for your wife, yourself, your chil- dren. Save regularly in our sav- ings department. It's good as- surance for a bright future. u H NITED riOME DANK B Member Federal Reservo System TRUST CO. Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation OWNED AND OPERATED BY YOUR FRIENDS AND NEIGHBORS MASON CITY'S ONLY HOME OWNED BANK tect said Town from any and all claims of any nature -whatsoever -which may be made against the Town by reason ot the construction, maintenance or operation of said distribution system and transmission line. Section 5. In the event that nny person shall desire to move any building which will cause the removal o£ nny o£ the poles and wires of said distribution system, the owner ot said building shall make application to the Mayor, who shall fix the route and cause twenty-four (24) hours notice to be given to the owners of such distribution system and shall require the said applicant to pay to the Mayor for the- use of the Grantees herein named the reasonable cost ot the removal and replacement of said poles and wires. The removal of said building shall be at such hours as will permit of continuous service after three o'clock p. m., and up until eight o'clock a. m. of the following morning. The removal of the high tension line shall not be required if any other suitable route exists for -the moving of said building. Section G. The Grantee herein named shall have the right, under the supervision of the Town Council, or such persons as the Town Council may designate, to trim or removo trees whenever necessary for the efficient operation of Its plant and the furnishing of service. Section 7. This Ordinance shall be In full force and effect from and after Its adoption and approval by the electors of the Incorporated Town of Dougherty, Iowa, and its written acceptance by the Iowa Public Service Company. Passed September 12, A. D., 1049. Adopted September 12, A. D., 1949. (Seal) LOUIS D. TUBBS, Attest: Mayor P. J. SCIESZINSKI, Town Clerk On the bnck of said ballot will be printed the following with tho facsimile signature of the Town Clerk in the blank provided therefor: OFFICIAL BALLOT For Special Election on the Question of Granting n Franchise to Iowa Public Service Company. Dougherty, lov/a October 20, '.849 (fncslmllo signature uf town clerk) Town Clerk At said election the voting place will bo nt Town Hall and 'tho polls will be open from 8 o'clock a. m. until 8 o'clock p. m. Dougherty, Iowa, September 12, 10-iO. LOUIS D. TUBBS. Attest: Mayor P. J. SCIESZINSKI. Town dork Going to get your *2,064 bait back? Your shiny new automobile—with prices averaging about $2,064—has to get you a whale of a lot of use to justify its cost. Winter wear is the worst bait-snatcher. It can strip your car of plenty of service ... Unless you OIL-PLATE it! 1. Oil-Plating—a feature of patented Conoco N' A Motor Oil—performs a wear-preventing miracle by fastening a shield of special lubricant to working parts. OIL- PLATING can't all drain down— even overnight! 2. Always on Guard! Even when the fine lubricating oil itself isn't covering a part, OIL-PLATING is! 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