Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on October 5, 1949 · Page 19
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 19

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Wednesday, October 5, 1949
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Marlboro & Shapley. 2.37 •BBHBB 100% WOOL ZIP-OUT LINED Topcoats REG. 49.95 Men's 47,50 VALUES 1 LARGE LOT OF MEN'S ALL WOOL WORSTED SUITS $55 VALUES 100% WOOL Letter Sweaters AH Colors 9,00 VALUE Men's Summer SLACKS 1 LOT ONLY VALUES TO 8.95 JACKETS AH Kinds and Types at GIVE AWAY PRICES i Men's DRESS HATS 4*OO Values 2.69 1 LOT MEN'S Long Sleeve SPORT SHIRTS VALUES TO $5 2.47 •••BBBB ALL LEATHER and LEATHER TRIM DRESS GLOVES SLACKS VALUES TO 4.95 I 89 Men's Alpaca Lined Stormeoats 1 LOT VALUES TO 42.50 KATZ CLOTHIERS Latvian Girl, Now of Greene, Enrolls at Teachers College Cedar Falls—A former Latvian girl, who spent 4 years in a German displaced persons camp, is enjoying the American way of life on the campus of the Iowa State Teachers college. She is Miss Gundega Amols, who with her mother, stepfather and brother landed in Boston 2 months ago. They are now making their home in Greene. The 19-year-old blond, with her many war experiences, hopes to become a dentist. She is currently taking preliminary scientific courses at Teachers colleg'e, along with the other required freshman courses. Flees to Austria Gundega and her family lived in Latvia until September, 1944. They experienced both the Russian occupation in 1940 and the German occupation one year later. When the Russians threatened to reoccupy Latvia in 1944, the family fled to Austria, where they stayed one year before being moved to the displaced persons camp at Esslingen, Germany. Life at the camp was hard, according to Gundega, even though it was in the American zone of Germany. "The living conditions were bad. It would be difficult for a person in America to imagine how it was," Gundega declared. The Americans helped the Latvians set up a good school system in the'camps, with nursery schools and trade courses as well as regular classes. Thanks to her instruction in the camp, Gundega has a good background in languages, the social sciences and mathematics In the physical sciences she has had courses in biology, zoology physics and chemistry. Classes Different "My chemistry class here is different," she said. "In the camp we could have no experiments— no equipment." Actually she is finding her whole.school routine different. She finishes her classes in the morning, instead of studying for 7 solid hours as she did in the camp. In the afternoon she returns to the George F. Newman home where she is living while attending Teachers college. Asked what impressed her most about Teachers college, Miss Amols said. "The instructors are very kind and friendly. I think the students here ask more questions." With her persistent and intelligent approach, it is a safe bet that Gundega Amols will know most of the answers when she completes college work for a career in her new country. Mason Cliy Globe-Gazette, Mi son City, H. Oct. 4, 1949 Retired Farmer Dies at Home of Daughter Charles City—Funeral services will be held at 2 p. m. Wednesday at the Colwell Congregational church for Charles H. Cross, 83, who died suddenly at the home o£ his son-in-law, Earl Stratton, 301 10th avenue at 8:30 a. m., Monday. Death was attributed to a heart attack. The Rev. Joseph ^arswell will officiate .and burial will be in Beckwith cemetery near Colwell. Mr. Cross, a retired farmer of Colwell, had just finished breakfast when he was stricken. He lad had previous attacks in recent years. A resident of the Colwell community most of his life, he was born in Roscoe, 111., Sept. 8, 1866. He came to Charles City 3 years, ago to make his home with his daughter, Mrs. Stratton. His wife, who died in 1939, and 3 sons preceded him in death. Survivors, in addition to Mrs. Stratton, include 3 sons, Louis Cross, Grand Meadow, Minn., Harland and James Cross, all of Charles City, 4 grandchildren and 5 great grandchildren. Friends may call at the Hauser funeral home, Charles City, until 11 a. m., Wednesday. GENUINE DIAMOND IEWELRY ,by CORO •V ~ Yes, indeed, genuine diamonds!! Approximately two points!! These are not chips, but real diamonds in the rough. Beautifully set in simulated onyx and gold colored metal—Necklaces, bracelets, pins and earrings at a history making price of $'1.95' each plus tax. Buys Trap Course Northwood—The Smith Perry post of the American Legion has purchased the trap shooting course south of town from Ethan Davis. The Legion will hold regular trap shoots at the course every Sunday at 2 p. m. Catholic Sister Dies at Dubuque Ackley—Relatives here were informed of the death of Sister Mary Longina, 79, at Dubuque Saturday. She was a daughter of Henry and Barbara Richtsmeier and joined the sisterhood 60'years ago. Funeral services were held at Dubuque Monday. She is survived by a sister, Mrs. George Hanig, of Ackley. She taught school at Dubuque for 37 years and retired 12 years ago because of ill health. If your nose fills up! Cheerleaders Named Eagle Grove — Junior college cheerleaders for this year at sport events are 3 girls, and 1 boy. They are Phil Abbott, Barbara Loynachan, Shirley Derschied, and Bonnie Godfrey. 212 North Federal Mason City 1| Relieve stuffy head • this easy way. Put a lew Vicks Va-tro-nol Nose Drops in each, nostril. 2 Va-tro-nol brings relief insccon ds... makes breathing easier... invites restful sleep. / Try it! VICKS VA-TRO-NOL NOSE DROPS r • JEWELRY . . . DAMON'S . . . STREET FLOOR McCa urn Fashion Hosiery Exquisite new stocking colors created with master touch'of McCallum fashion authority to harmonize with the most important costume colors of the Fall and winter season . . . Colors: Peter Pan . . . Beechwood, Mist and Lacquer ... A proportional stocking .. . Medium and long 51 GAUGE... 15 DENIER 1.65 ~1 LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE OF THE APPOINTMENT OF ADMINISTRATOR TATE OF IOWA, Cerro Gordo County, ss. No. 7233. Notice is hereby given, that the under- igned has been duly appointed and ualificd as Administrator of the estate f James J. Cassidy, Sr., Deceased, late £ Cerro Gordo County. All persons In- ebtcd to said estate are requested to make Immediate payment: and those aving claims against the same will pre- ent them, duly authenticated, to the ndersigncd for allowance, and file in he office of the Clerk of the District Court. GARFIELD E. BREESE BltEESE & CORNWELL, Attorneys Dated October 1. 1849 S. H. MacPEAK, Clerk District Court By EVELYN SLOCK, Deputy NOTICE TO BIDDERS Sealed bids will be received at the fficq of the City Clerk of Rockford. Iowa, intil 10 o'clock a. m., October 10, 1949, or widening the pavement on Platt Street, fror.i Spruce lo Ash Street. 5 ft. >n the South side and B"j ft. on the North side, in accordance with the plans and specifications on file in tne office of he Clerk of s.iid City, whic.i Plans and pecifications arc by this reference made part hereof. The approximate extent of the work is as follows: ' Removal of curb—1nl» Un. ft. Removal of walk— ~i~0 sq. yds. Paving with integral curb: 5 fl. wide—20S sq. yds. KVt ft. wide—310 sq. yds. Sidewalk construction—1040 sq. fl. Copies of plans and specifications may be obtained from the City Clerk, or irom Ralph H. Wallace, Engineer, 718 E. State St., Mason City, Iowa, by depositing ?o.OO, which will be returned to each bona fide bidder upon return o£ the plans and specifications in good condition within a reasonable time. Each bid must be submitted on a Proposal form obtained at the office of the City Clerk and must be accompanied by a certified check in the amount of !09o of the bid, drawn on and certified by a. bank in Iowa, payable to the City of Rockford, which check shall be forfeited to the City should a successful bidder fail to execute a proper contract and furnish an acceptable bond for the faithful performance thereof within 7 days after the date of the contract. Checks of unsuccessful bidders will be promptly returned. Work must begin on or before October 17, 1940, and be completed 'by November 5 1049 ' All Proposals will be opened and acted upon by the City Council, at the City Hall, Rockford, Iowa, at 10 o'clock a. m. October 10. 1949. The right to rqject any nnd nil bids is hereby reserved by the Cily Council. By Order of the City Council, CLIFFORD N. SPIVEY, City Clerk HOSIERY . . . DAMON'S . . . STEEET FLOOR. IUK. I Lustre Greme Double Value Offer A special now being featured in the Toiletries Department at Damon's . . . Lustre Creme Regular 1.00 value Shampoo, and the regular 1.00 Size Lustre Creme Hair Dressing ... A double value for the price of one . . . come in today for yours! BOTH FOR 1.00 Plus Tax FOR Electric Motor Repairing By Experienced Men NEW AND USED MOTORS BOUGHT AND SOLD ZACK BROS. ELECTRIC CO. S02 Second S. W. Phone 977 NEXPENSIVE SMARTNESS 1 ... Joyce Hubrite takes kitten-soft Wool and Cotton Jersey and handles it like finest silk . . . with meticulous rows of rib-tucking with paired off stud buttons . . . Pink, Blue, Rose or Gray ... 10 to 18. 2 ... Band tucks alternating on each gore . . . Bodice is be-jeweled with gleaming jet-black buttons, studded with rhinestones. Tissue Canton Rayon Faille in Green, Taupe, Stony Brook Blue, Black and Fuchsia ... 12 to 20 and 38 to 42. DRESS SHOPS . . 3rd FLOOR 14.95 TOILETRIES . , . DAMON'S , . . STREET FLOOR OUR KITCHEN FRESH CHOCOLATES Delicious hand dipped ... These have just been received . . . You will love 'em, so come in now and get that really fine candy. 79db.2forl.50 CANDY . . . DAMON'S , . , STREET FXOOft

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