Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on September 29, 1949 · Page 10
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 10

Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, September 29, 1949
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16 Sept. 2S : 19i9 Mason City Globe-Gazelle, Mason City, la. Schack Followed Advice of Friends to Find His Career John Schack, floor engineer in the power house of the Northwestern States Portland Cement plant, followed the advice of friends to arrive where he is today, as one of the best-liked men at the plant. In addition lo his wit and, good humor, however, he is 'known to co-workers and supervisors alike ior his dependability and thorough workmanship, according to "Run of the Mill," plant trade journal in which he was featured for September. Well Liked "Mention John Schack to any •Northwesterner' and you'll rate a big smile, for John is not only well known but one of the best- liked men at our plant," the magazine stated. "It was this ability to make friends that brought him from Hungary to the United States at the age of 16." His parents were farmers in ' Bohemia, where he was born Dec. 20, 1886. When he was 3 they moved to Hungary, where he attended school a- short time before a friend persuaded, him to go with him to the United States. He sailed on the "Greenland,' arriving at Passaic, N. J., where he worked 4 years as a needle machine operator and attended school at nights. Later he was a dipper at a candle factory. In 1908 he went to Northampton, Pa., a: G. I. CAB LINE JOHN SCHACK an oiler in the coal house at Atlas Cement. Transfers Work Soon after he transferred to the Lehigh Portland Cement company HERE and THERE Thompson — Mr! and Mrs. Joe Bravick, son, Don, and daughter, Joan, were recent guests at the home of their son, Harold, ai Chicago, HI- Wesley — Mae Sluder of Bell, Cal., is spending a 3 week's vacation with her parents, the AU Studcrs, and other relatives. She makes her home with the Herbert Goepcls. Mrs. Goepel nee Florence Burke is a lormer grade teacher here. Popejoy —Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Oxley of Kanawha were recent visitors in the home of the latter's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Thompson. Bode —Mrs. P. W. Qually accompanied by her sister of Humboldt are spending a week with relatives in Wisconsin. Thompson —Mr. and Mrs. Paul Lura returned from a week's visit at the home of their son, De Loss Lura, at Wells, Minn. Wesley—Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Anderson oC Springfield, Mo., spent several days with Ruth Meuhe. Sheffield—Mabel Haecker, Seattle, Wash., is visiting at the Mrs. C. F. Johnston home. Stilson — Mr. and Mrs. Chet Moore and Helen of Austin, Minn., were recent guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Doughan and family. Sheffield —E. A. Storck and PHONE 731 Non Meter Cabs 35c ANY PLACE IN TOWN FOR 1 OR 2 PEOPLE lOc Extra For Each Additional Passenger. and met another friend, who suggested that he follow him to the Mason City plant. He changed from Lehigh to Northwestern States, March 1, 1911, firing in the boiler room. In 1922 he became an operator in waste heat, and in 1940 was promoted to floor engineer. . In 1931 he was married to Mabel Wilson of Osage and they have made their home at 1524 N. Washington for a number of years. He has a son and daughter living in Washington State. Changes Schedule Garner — The Hancock county Farm Bureau office will resume the fall and winter schedule of office hours Oct. 1. Office will open at 8 a. m. and close at 4 p. m. Fred Timmerman are on a week's fishing trip in northern Minnesota. Kanawha —Guests in the S. S. Tande home recently were their son, Everett, and his wife on their way to Minneapolis. They were recently married. Bancroft—Mr. and Mrs. Warren Robbins and children came lor a visit with Mrs. Robbins' parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Wolf. Kanawha—The teachers of the Kanawha school were guests of honor at a meeting of the Evening Guild at the Kanawha Lutheran church. An interesting feature of the program was a collection of European dolls displayed by the owner, Mrs. Chris Wendell, of Meservey township. Waucoma—A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. James Vrzak, Sept. 13. lOVK BIG MONEY THURSDAY— FRIDAY SATURDAY Black Suede Ankle Strap Casuals MAIN FLOOR Heel Gripper Arch Support Nationally Advertised Men's Out on Tables—Take Your Pick AH Leather Double Soles Good Grade Sport Shoes and Every Day Walking Famous Well Known During This Sate Only Bargain *^^^ All shoes out on racks and tables—Serve-Ur- Self and save money. ALL LADIES SHOES $1—$2—$2.95 LADIES' NEW FALL SHOES SUEDES — KIDS In Black or Brown — High or Low Heels WORK SHOES Heavy Duty, Sturdy Work Shoes. Cord or Composition Soles Are AU Hi-Grade Shoes That Sold as High as $10.00 Broken Sizes. All Styles. The Biggest Shoe Value in Town — Tomorrow or Anytime. Hundreds to Choose From. Broken Lots anil Sam|ilcs. 2.95 Barn Yard Proof Horsehide Work Shoes. Arch Lift—Leather Soles. During This Sale, Only Men's Army Style WORK SHOES Good and Tuff — Sturdy, Well Built. Good Quality Girls' Wool Boy Scout OXFORDS .... 3.95 Men's Dress OXFORDS 5. Boys' SCHOOL SHOES 3.69 Men's LOAFERS .... 5. Children's SHOES . . . . . 2.98 Men's 2-Buckle RUBBERS 2.65 A COMPLETE LINE OF RUBBER FOOTWEAR JACKETS 5.95 Girls' All Wool SWEATERS ... 1.! IOWA SHOE NORTH IOWA ; S LARGEST FAMILY SHOE STORE Heavy Duty 4-Buckle 't ^^*gg>Oy&*r • i • '•' p< i — —^^^^^—' Th© Drastically-Reduced Prices Appearing In This Ad Good Only Thursday, Friday and Saturday _ ._ ._ _^__^___ dKKMB^^anHBBB^^^BMI^MBMM^^^^^MI 18"x36" SIZE THREE DAYS ONLY REG. ISe VALUE 3-DA1 YOUR CHOICE ©F 5 LOViLY PATTERNS FORMERLY PRICED FROM TOc TO 15c PER ROLL EACH LARGE SELECTION q^aiil l *M!A!Wtftfiuiiai*at*i* FABRIC-LIKE FORMERLY 98c PR, 3 OAYS ONLY DRASTIC REDUCTIONS IN LPAPER OF 10 ATTRACTIVE Formerly priced from I7c to 25c per roll 25 PATTERN SELECTION FLORALS, STRIPES. KITCHENS, ETC, Formerly priced from 34s to 49c per roS! MANY OTHER PATTERNS SPECIALLY PRICED CHOICE SELECTION 1 SEE OUR ALBUMS OF IMPORTED WALIJPAPER, PRICED COOK'S PAINT The Whitest PER i And Best ROLL 'Cook's House Paint We've Ever Made! Now PER GAL. IN 5s Formerly 5,73 Per Gallon HEAVIEST-WEIGHT, FELT-BASE 9"X18" SIZE STAIR TREADS MEDIUM-WEEGHT, FilT-BASE REG. 10c VALUE 9' x 12' SIZE REGULARLY SOLD FOR $5.65 REGULARLY SOLD FOR 79c-89c SO. YD.! 36" CORRUGATED RUNNER Standard Stock—Not Seconds OUR 9W HEAVY-WEIGHT $T95 Ki HARMONY" RUGS t ^ GUARANTEED! LARGE SELECTION OF 9 FT. WIDTHS. USE FOR HALLS, AUTOS, ETC. HOUSEHOLD WEIGHT MARBLEIZED PATTERNS 6 FT. WIDE pER RUNNING FOOT HEAVIER- DURABLE STANDARD WEIGHT 6 FT. WIDE Per Running: Foot CUSTOMERS TO TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THIS SALE Wt **"' PAINTS "BEST FOR WEAR AND WfATHfR" Phone 1017 .» BUY NOW ON OUR EASY PAYMENT PLANh

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