Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on September 29, 1949 · Page 12
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Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, September 29, 1949
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14 Sept. 28, 1949 City Globe-Gazette, Mason City, la. HERE and THERE St. • Ansgav — Mr. and Mrs. George Gutman, Jr., of Ames visited several days with the former's father; George Gutman, Sr. Kanawha —Mrs. O. E. Johnson's father, N. K. Nelson of Belmond, recently observed his 85th birthday anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. Johnson visited him. Kanawha — Mrs. Elmer Engstrom visited her daughter, Mrs. C. O, Enge and family in St. James, Minn. A gathering of relatives was held in Blue Earth, Minn., and Mrs. Engstrom accompanied them to Kanawha. Osage —Ex-nest Weaverling, San Jose, Cal., and Arthur Blash, Long Beach, Cal., plan to return to California in mid-October after spending 6 weeks in Mitchell county. Thompson—Mr. and Mrs. Palmer Hamlin and daughter, Kathleen, are visiting at the Howard Ketchum home at Gables, Mich. Lake Mills—Nancy Bjelland, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Art Bjelland, enrolled at Broadlawns School of nursing at Des Moines. " Ackley—Mr. and'lVtrs. William Hubrecht, Jr., left for Alameda, Cal., where they attended the wedding of their son, Orville, who is stationed with the navy at the Alameda navy base. Scarville —Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Hicks of Minneapolis and Carl Nelson and Mts. Ida Nelson of Wells, Minn., were recent guests of the Marlin Wuerfleins. Waucoma. —Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Ciaassen concluded a visit with the hitter's parents, the John Drillings of Waucoma and left for Ohio, where Mr. Ciaassen will resume studies at Athens, the university of Ohio. Scarville —Mrs. E. G. Op'pedahl submitted to major surgery at Mercy hospital in Mason City. Emmetsburg—Mr. and Mrs. Arthur McDonald left for a week's vacation trip to Michigan, where they will visit their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin McDonald, in Ann Arbor. Chester — Kenneth Larson was taken tp Prairie du Chien for treatments. Bancroft —Mr. and Mrs. Charles Baker and Monica and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Welp of Fort Dodge, have returned after a week's trip through Canada. Carpenter —Mr. and Mrs. Anton Johnson, St. Paul, Minn., spent several days visiting relatives and friends. Mr. Johnson is a former resident here. Goodell —Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Swyter returned home Friday from an auto trip of 2,500 miles through the southern states and enroule back visited relatives at Robinson, 111. Kensett—Mrs. H. S. Lucas felt sorrow at the burning of the S. S. Noronic. It was in July that Mrs. Lucas and a college friend boarded this,ship at Port Arthur, Canada, for Dululh. Rake — Mr. and Mrs. Marion Halforson and family moved to the upstairs apartment at the Edwin Sunde home. Calmar — Mr. and Mrs. Guy Hathaway and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Bena and family were ra- cent guests at the Norman Watt farm near Fayette. Manly — Delbert Roberts, who was graduated from Manly high school this year, has accepted a position as office assistant at the soybean plant under Manager Glenn Pogeler. This was necessary because of the extra work at this time of year. Sheffield—Dr. and Mrs. John Atkinson are visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Ryan, at East Moline, 111. Osage —Mrs. Lloyd Jeffries has purchased the house belonging to the late Mrs. Cora Frazee. Marble Rock —Everett Patchull has been quite ill at his home east of town with pneumonia. Rake —Norris Erdahl, son of Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Erdahl, left for his sophomore year at the Luther Theological seminary in St. Paul, Minn. LEASE EXPIRES SHORTLY!!!! Unable to Obtain Satisfactory Renewal or Find A Desirable Location SALE With a Reason NECESSITY Prompts This Sale and Necessity Knows No Master. .s^i-: SACRIFICING Profits and Slaughtering Prices to Sell Merchandise Quickly «OM€ OP GOOD CLOT4-JEC 115 SO. FEDERAL AVE • . GINDL.ER.. PROP. SALE STARTS THURSDAY, SEPT. 29 Continues Daily Until Arrangements Can Be Made Entire Stock of Men's Clothing Placed In A Gigantic Store-Wide MOYAL Just Received —-Thousands of Dollars of New Fall Clothing MEN! New Fall High Grade SUITS Slaughtered in Price for Fast Selling GROUP NO. 1 Men's and Young Men's all wool suits made of fine woolens and tailored in smart models. Suits that you would expect to pay twice the amount for. Don't miss seeing and trying on one of these. Removal Sale Price ONLY ... GROUP NO. A 2 Here are some of the finest 100% wool materials ever put in suits. Tailored in some of the best shops in the country. Pleasing patterns and good fitting models. This is your golden opportunity to supply your needs. Regulars, Shorts, Longs. $36*5 GROUP NO. 3 100% wool sharkskins and gabardines that spell quality. You will find them here in highly original patterns. A large selection of patterns and -colors. Well tailored in good models for regulars, shorts, longs and stouts. Step in soon. NOW . . . $44*5 1. GINDLER, Owner Removal Sale Topcoats and Overcoats All wool tweed coats in popular models. Smart and dressy garments that will please you now selling at ... $14.85 REMOVAL SALE OF SLACKS Good quality slacks that give complete satisfaction. A special group at a special price. $2 98 THIS GROUP All wool plaids. Wool and rayon Gabardine slacks. Men's worsted pants. $4.98 and $6.88 THIS GROUP sharkskin, gabardine and high grade 100% worsted pants and slacks. The best in the business. Sale price . . . $1188 REMOVAL SALE OF SWEATERS *•• Pull-overs and other smart styles. Assorted colors. If you are interested in sweaters you are sure to find the right one in the group. Another Group at $2.98 REMOVAL SALE OF UNDERWEAR Heavy Fleece Lined UNION SUITS $239 Sixes 36 to 46 Hanes Heavy Cotton Ribbed UNION SUITS Very elastic. Just the thing for fall and winter wear. Long and short sleeves. $1.98 Heavy Cotton Rib UNION SUITS $1.69 25% Wool 50% Wool 100% Wool FAITH-WOOL UNION SUITS $349 $449 $549 OVERCOATS Fleece coats of super quality. A man who likes his coat warm and comfortable will marvel at the value of these . . . $24.85 All wool covert coats. The all- weather garment" for this country. In new fall colors. Look these over. $24.85 All wool two-ply worsted Gabardine — Cravineted — well tailored — Rayon lined. Regulars — Shorts — Longs. All new fall colors. $36.85 REMOVAL SALE OF Dress Shirts One group of smart dress shirts. New patterns. A good time to stock up. Marked down to ... $159 THESE Men who know quality will buy several of these dress shirts. They are splendid values . . . HERE The best of dress shirts in this large group. All sizes. Whites and stripes. Removal Price . . . $2** Men'i COTTON SOX AM Colors and Rockfords 6 pr. $1.00 Home Of Good Clothes FEDERAL CLOTHES SHOP 115 SO. FEDERAL AVE. I. GINDLER, Prop. MEN'S DRESS ANKLETS 4 pair $1.00 LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE OF THE APPOINTMENT OF ADMINISTRATOR STATE OF IOWA. CERRO GORDO COUNTY, ss.—No. 1220. Notice is hereby given, that the undersigned has been duly appointed and qualified as Administrator ot the estate of Tena Gerdes. Deceased, late of Cerro Gordo County. AH persons Indebted to said estate are requested to make immediate payment; and those having claims against the same will present them, duly authenticated, to the undersigned for allowance, and file in the office of the Clerk of the District Court. K. CLARENCE RUIGH, RfcBERT J. PATTEE. Attorney. Dated September 12, 1S49. S. H. MacPEAK, Clerk District Court. By EVELYN SLOCK. Deputy. NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL STATE OF IOWA, Cerro Gordo County, ss. !n District Court. No. 7226. September Term, 1849, To all whom it may concern: You are hereby notified, that an instrument of writing purporting to be the last Will and Testament of Christine Gildner, Deceased, dated September 1, 1949, having been this day filed, opened and read, Monday the nth day of October. 1849, is fixed for hearing proof of same at the Court House in Mason City, Iowa, before the District Court of, said County, or the Clerk of said Court; and at 2 o'clock P. M., of the day above mentioned all persons Interested are hereby notified and required to appear, and show cause, if any they have, why said instrument should not be probated and allowed as and for the last Will and Testament of said deceased. Dated at Mason City, Iowa. September 19, 1949. , S. H. MacPEAK, Clerk of District Court By EVELYN SLOCK, Deputy MAYOR'S PROCLAMATION To the Voters of Dougherty, Iowa: You will take notice that on the 20th day of October, 1949, a special election will be held in the Incorporated- Town of Dougherty, Iowa, for the purpose of submitting to the voters o£ said Town for their approval or rejection the question of granting to tUe Iowa Public Service Company a franchise to own, operate and maintain an electric light, heat, ant power plant, and distribution and stree lighting system, and transmission line within the said Town for a period of twenty-five (25) years. At said election the ballot to be usec 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 vote 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 Granting Unto Iowa Public Service Company, Its Successors and Assigns, Authority to 1 Construct, Reconstruct, Own, Maintain and Operate an Electric Light, Heat and Power Plant, and Distribution System In the Incorporated Town") of Dougherty, Iowa, for * Period of Twenty-five (25) Years, and to Furnish Electrical Energy to said Town and Its Inhabitants (or Lifht, Heat, and Power Purposes and Including the Right to Construct a High Voltage Electric Transmission Line Into and Through the Said Town, and providing for the Regulations and Conditions Under Which the Said Right Is to Be 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) years from and after the approval of this Ordinance by the legal voters of the Incorporated Town ot Dougherty, Iowa, to construct, reconstruct, maintain and operate an electric light, heat and power plant .at and in the said Town ot Dougherty, Iowa, and to enter upon the streets, avenues, alleys and public places and therein, thereon, thereunder and thereover to construct, reconstruct, maintain and operate ^n electric distribution system and street lighting' system to consist of poles, wires, crossarms, guy wires, conduits and other necesary construction, and to furnish electrical energy to said Town of Dougherty, Iowa, and Its inhabitants for light, heat, power and other purposes, and to own, maintain and operate a high voltage electrical transmission line, extending to and through the said Town from points outside thereof. Section 2. The poles, crossarms, wires, guy wires and other construction above ground of said distribution and street lighting system shall so far ! as possible- be erected in the "alleys so as not unnecessarily to interfere with the .use of the streets and alleys of the Town by the 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 in good repair so as to furnish efficient electrical service. Section 3. The Grantee agrees for ancr in behalf of itself, its lessees, successors and assigns, that all "authority and right in this Ordinance contained, shall at all times be subject to all fight, power and authority now or hereafter possessed by said Town of Dougherty. Iowa, to regulate rates, control and direct by Ordinance or Resolution and legislate concerning the Franchise herein granted and concerning the manner in which Grantee shall use and enjoy the Franchise herein granted. Section 4. Said Grantee snail fully protect said Town from any and all claims of any nature whatsoever which may be made against the Town by reason of the construction, maintenance or operation of said distribution system and transmission line. Section 5. In the event that any person shall desire to move any building which will cause the removal of any of .the poles and wires of said distribution system, the owner of 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 Mich distribution system and shall require the said applicant to pay to the Mayor for the use of the Grantees herein named the reasonable cost of 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 6. 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 remove 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., 1949. Adopted September 12, A. D., 1949. (Seal) LOUIS D. TUBBS, Attest: Mayor P. J. SCIESZINSKI, Town Clerk On the back of said ballot will be printed the following with the facsimile signature of the Town Clerk in the blank provided therefor: .OFFICIAL BALLOT For Special Election on the Question of Granting a Franchise to Iowa Public Service Company. Dougherty, Iowa October 20, 1949 (facsimile signature of town clerk) Town Clerk At said election the voting place will be at Town Hall and the polls will be open from S o'clock a. m. until 8 o'clock p. m. Dougherty, Iowa, September 12, 1949. LOUIS D. TUBBS, Attest: Mayor P. J. SCIESZINSKI, Town Clerk Returns from Germany Ionia—Miss Marie Huffman resumed her work as cashier of the Ionia Savings b a nk after a 6 weeks' vacation with relatives in Germany. She left the U. S. by plane Aug. 3 and returned by plane. She snid she enjoyed the visit but wouldn't care to live in Germany. W ELL, I have ... and, Boy, it's a lonsy feeling: You know how. \ve get that way . . . the boss is tough on the job and everything is wrong at home. I am sore at everybody and tough to get along with. I REALLY have the Worry Jitters. But... do you know what7, I've got a cure . ... I go to a movie! '•')* 1 Take the other evening, I really had it bad . i, . a lot of bills had piled up and my wife was sore at me for some silly reason.. . , so . : .-I took her to the movies ... -she was still yackety-yacking! It was sort of a screwball picture, I WAS A MALE WAR BRIDE, with Ann Sheridan as the pretty WAG who marries a French officer, Gary Grant Gosh, it was fanny . . . And when the lights came on at the finish;. . . there we were, my wife and I, holding hands like a pair of teen-agers, laughing, relaxed, refreshed and feeling GOOD all over. 1 On the way home, I got to thinking . . , maybe it was the picture with its Army red tape that set me off. During the war, when 4 millions of boys were under the tension, o£ training, homesick, in the mud of Italy and the Pacific we always had Movies. I remember one night over there on a smelly island... the Jap snipers vvere out but we fellows didn't even know it . . . we were all squatted out there in the open watching an Abbott Costello up there on the makeshift screen. .. ., Yessir, wherever the Army or the "Navy moved, the first job for the chaplain or the Public Relations crew was ... "Big up » new rnovU for tonight . . . and make' it good." I never thought of it before, but I know ; now why it was. Seeing a movie, laughing, relaxing, was a real mental cathartic. Uncle Sam knew, what he was doing.. . Now when my nerves start jompin* I've got a cure. I go to the Movies! i i s ii'j: 1

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