Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on October 4, 1949 · Page 14
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 14

Mason City, Iowa
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Tuesday, October 4, 1949
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6 Oct. 3, 1949 Maion City Mobe-Gazi<Ue, RUson City, U Forest City Chamber Elects New Officers 2 Injured When Car luns Into Abutment Estate Valued at $570,000 I ly payments to his divorced wife, Adele Treat Waller. Other bequests were made to Charles K. Meusel,' Harold J. Taylor, Joe Ochs and A. R. Eggert. [Owners Occupy of Homes In ll UII New Hampton - Of the 760 Forest City—Bruce Anderson of the Anderson Clothing store, has been elected new president of the of Commerce Charles City— A total value of more than $570,000 has been placed on the estate of the late Ralph P. Waller by state inheritance tax appraisers. The estate is one of the largest admitted to pro- • bate in Floyd county m recent years - , . Mr Waller an extensive own- j New Hampton , 6 56 were er of farm and business Property, ow{ied on Jan . i 1949, Clarence m this area, was killed man au- Cutsforth county assess or said tomobile accident June 3 at Vin- Saturday More than 86 per cent ton -. . . „_,,,„:_ of the persons living in homes are Listed as assets in the apprais- h £ he said er s report are about 50 parcels of _ '_ real estate, including 26 pieces of rural land in Floyd county, 16 Begins Duties parcels of real estate in Charles West , Union — Everett Scott, City 3 pieces of rural land in West .Union, successor to Elbert Mitchell county, 4 pieces in Chick- S. Estey, took over the duties of asaw county, and 1 piece in South county attorney m Fayette county Dakota. The real estate is valued | Saturday. at $470,290.75 and personal property is valued at $100,426.60. Old Pillows Just Like New! With Lyons Exclusive CLEANING and RENOVATING PROCESS Removes all dust, dirt and dried perspiration and restores original fluffiness. Hampton—Mrs. Gladys Tesene, 36, living near Mason City, 'and ler daughter, Juanita 4, were taken to the Lutheran hospital here Carburetor Too Rich Makes Motorist Too Poor Car owners who are wasting money and not getting proper gas mileage due to over-rich mixtures will be pleased to learn of a Wisconsin inventor who has developed a very clever unit that helps save gasoline by "Vacu-mat- ing'." It is automatic and operates on the supercharge principle. Easily installed in a few minutes. Fits all cars, trucks, tractors. The manufacturers, the Vacu-matic Carburetor Co., 7617-561-H State St., Wauwatosa, Wis., are offering a Vacu-matic to anyone who will install it on his car and help introduce it to others. They wil" gladly send full free particulars if you write them or just send your name and address on a pennj post card today. Saturday after their northbound •ar crashed into an abutment at he entrance to Harriman park a mile north of town. Their injuries vere believed to be minor cuts and bruises only according to attending physicians. Mrs. Tesene apparently lost control of her car as she attempted to pass a truck on highway 65, according to Lee M. Lemke, county sheriff. Junior here Other new officers are Del Mally, vice president; Orville T-vveeten, secretary, and Jack Masters, treasurer. Members of the ooard of directors are Marion Donohue, John C. Thompson, John Boyd, Harry G. Slife and Dr. Tom Mangan. It is believed that the number of big game animals in the United States is increasing. RELIEF AT LAST ForYour COUGH Creomulsion relieves promptly because it goes right to the seat of the trouble to help loosen and expel germ laden phlegm and aid nature to soothe and heal raw, tender, inflamed bronchial mucous membranes.Tell your druggist to sell you a bottle of Creomulsion with the understanding you must like the way it quickly allays the cough or you are to have your money back. CREOMULSION for Coughs,Chest Colds, Bronchitis Globe-Gazette Photos NORTH IOWA CAMERA CLUB ON FIELD TRIP— Members of the North Iowa Camera club went on a field trip by automobiles Sunday, which took them southeast of Mason City to Nora Springs, then along the Shellrock river to Rockford and Marble Rock.*— 102 South Federal At upper left is one of the scenes which made a hit with the group, the dam at Marble Rock, with one of several fishermen providing aid to the composition". At top right is part of the group in action on the bridge just below the dam. Bottom picture shows some of the wives and families that went along on the outing. On the river south of Nora Springs, the group photographed river scenes and ruins of an old mill. Farther south several more stops were made at scenic spots before arriving at Rockford. There, lunch was consumed picnic style in West park. With more stops, the group arrived at the Marble Rock bridge and then started the trip home. Approximately 18 picture snappers were in attendance plus some of the families. Named as beneficiaries in the will are Mr. Waller's cousins, Ethel Waller, Pearl Lackey, Florence W. Murphy, Helene B. McCrae, Wayne F. Waller, Mary Harriet Sertic, Henry E. Pyne and Robert -T. Waller. A $50,000 trust fund is to be established under terms of the will with a part of the income from the fund to be paid in $100 month- Chairman Quits Crcsco—After sorting 4 years as Howard county chairman of the women's division of the Farm Bureau, Mrs. Omer Gasser has resigned. Mrs. Stuart Hale, county vice chairman, assumed the duties of chairman to serve until a new county chairman is elected. MACES DR. D. E. BOYENGA, O.D. Eyes Examined - Glasses Fitted All of Ur. Maces' Records Still on File. New Location: 8 So. Delaware Phone 577 The Prettiest Girl in Town ... THE PRETTIEST GIRL IN TOWN is the one who's clothes are clean and neatly pressed. It's so easy too . . . for all you have to do is send your clothes to us for tops in Cleaning and Dyeing Service, Phone 396 TODAY- : Are Open Every Friday Nigrht 'Till 9:00 O'clock i' n Be Comfortable these cool evenings and mornings with a FAMOUS SINGER FAN HEATER Has Dual Switch Control For Fan and Heater Mason City Dyers & Cleaners 1414 North Federal Ave. Phone 396 See Them at SINGER CENTER 123 No. Federal 0. A. Kibe, 72, Dies in Hospital Services to Be Held Wednesday Afternoon O. A. Kibe, 72, of 320 3rd N. W., died at a local hospital Monday morning, following a severe heart Mr. Kibe was born Oct. 8, 1876, at Rockford, Iowa, the only son of William and Mary Kibe. Surviving are his wife, Maude, a daughter, Betty, and her husband, and 2 grandchildren, Kenny and Cathy Alcorn, and one sister, 1 Mrs. Roy Bishop, all of Mason City. Funeral services will be held at the Major Memorial chapel, Wednesday at 2:30 p. m., with Doctor Lloyd A. Gustafson, pastor of the First Methodist church, officiating. The Major funeral home in charge. 102 South Federal Phone 860 ft*. J *« ^-rr-!7rt£rr 5 v£^ r-V- *\s • '<;y'" z%- "^ --' *• '". - -;.- - <- ^ - - *f« "^ < *-V, y^; \ *-» -c:~ •* TodmjL* treat yourself tcTa look at yourself in the new BRENT Airlite Charles City Briefs The public library of Charles City reopened Monday for the regular winter hours from 1 to 5:30 p. m. and 7 to 9 p. m., Miss Ruth Hoffman, librarian, announced Saturday. The building has been closed for 2 weeks for repairs and the laying of new floors. Past Patrons and Matrons event scheduled for 7:30 p. m. Tuesday in connection with the regular meeting of the Order of Eastern Star has been postponed until further notice because of the death of William Bubb. The regular Eastern Star meeting will be held at 7:30 p. m. Tuesday. Births at the Cedar Valley hospital Friday included daughters to Mr. and Mrs. Dale Dixon of Marble Rock and Mr. and Mrs. Leo Esser of Rockford. Bill Waller and his step-daughter, Kathy Jones, left Friday for Los Angeles, Cal., after visiting at the home of Mr. Waller's parents. Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Waller, 404 Clark street, and other friends in Charles City. Word has been received by Mrs. Eliza Sherbon, 213 South Jackson street, of the birth of a son to Mr. and Mrs. Mike Haley, Sept. 22, at Point Reyes Station, Cal. Mrs. Haley is the former Joan Sherbon of Charles City. Marriage licenses issued by District Court Clerk L. V. Leigh include John Paulus, 19, of Ionia, and Jo Ann Dowd, 16, of Charles City, and Donald H. Crabb, 26, and Yvonne Shirley Peterscn, 25, both of Chicago. Sgt. and Mrs. Donald L. Jones of Fort Devens, Mass., announce the birth of a daughter, Sept. 17, at the Murphy General hospital, Fort Devens. Mrs. Jones is the former Kathleen Kerlin of Rudd. 20'x20' UTILITY BUILDING! Was 539 -°° For toolshed, workshop or extra /\ /\ ^ 00 building. Sets up quickly... your door ^Tr^T *J and windows already in position. On Terms: 10% Down, Two men can finish the job in a day I Balance Monthly SECTIONAL WOOD GARAGE DOOR! Boll-bearing mounted! No sticking, J\ Cj no jamming. Glides smoothly up or "f 1 7 down in any weather. Beautiful, mod- Qn Terms: 10% Down, ern, easy to install. For one car. Balance Monthly You'll like the zip and snap in its style. (That's pre-b!oc'rced in for the life of Airlite: i You'll like its soft, airy-light feel. And, for a superior hat of genuine fur felt, you'll like Its low price, too —exclusively at Wards. Airlite is one of many handsome Brent hats priced from 4,95 to 8,45, PRACTICE LIMITED TO PLATE WORK 302 SOUTH FEDERAL Mason City (Soulnwest—6. REG. 3.65 FOUNDATION BOARD Sturdy asphalt—use for oil lining and sheathing jobs. Makes smooth, firm nailing base, gives extra insulation. REG. 3.40 SATURATED ,KRAFT BUILDING PAPER One pound asphalt deadening felt. 500 sq. ft. per roll. Ideal for under siding. Now SALE 97 100 sq. ft. 190 REG. $275 TO-FT. BASE CABINET Double sink installed—bench front. Inlaid linoleum top. Price slashed to— 1 Only REG. $63 5Vi' WALL CABINET Varnished select fir. High grade construe- tion. 00 Toll Reg. 31.50 2'/ 2 ft. Size Now 20.00 FIBER WALLBOARD REDUCED! BUY NOW AT 59 LOW COST ENAMELED KITCHEN CABINETS1 Res;. 109.95 Ideal For modern kitchen. Sparkling while-enameled cabinets make it a brighter, more cheerful place. 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