Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on September 29, 1949 · Page 23
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Globe-Gazette Photo WEIR GETS 20 YEAR PIN—Lowell Weir, manager of Sears Roebuck and company's Mason City store, shown at the left in the foreground, received the company's 20 year pin on the anniversary of his start with the firm Tuesday. Vere Connelly, who has been with the local store since it was opened March 5, 1936, is' at the right looking at the pin received by Mr. Weir. From left to right employes congratulating Mr. Weir are Ann Nelson, Mildred McKee, John Lambert, Vernon Fleshner, H. Mason and James Morrow. Employes of the store also pre- 105 EAST STATE HAMILTON • ELGIN MASON CITY'S EXPERT " O R O L O G I 5 T S sented to Mr. Weir a gold watch, chain and pocket knife set from the "3002 Club," the employes' club of the Mason City store. Mr. Weir, a native of Detroit, Mich., started his career with Sears in 1929, in the Grand River Avenue store, Detroit. He was there until 1933 when he went to Chicago with Sears. After 6 months in Chicago he went to the Highland Park, 111., store for a year and a half, then to Frankfort, Ky., for a year and a half, where he was assistant manager of the store. He spent 1£ years at Burlington as assistant manager, 8 months at Quincy, 111., li years at Blue Island, 111., as manager, and then came to Mason City in 1940 as manager. Efficiency to Decide Cattle Feeder's Profit Plager Says Pneumonia Top Disease in '48 The coming year is likely to be one in which the cattle feeder's profit will depend largely on his efficiency rather than on price margin, the Cerro Gordo mamm^- Beef Producers association was warned Tuesday evening. More cattle carcasses were condemned by government inspectors at the Horniel packing plant in Austin, Minn., in 1948 than any other type of livestock, reported Carroll Plager, Hormel's chief cattle buyer, as an indication of what the degree of efficiency was. One in every 118 cattle carcasses was entirely condemned by the inspectors, according to the government records, he said, and more cattle were condemned for pneumonia than any other cause. Emaciation was 2nd and inflammation of the womb, 3rd. Emaciation Is 2nd Pneumonia also was the chief cause for condemnation of swine, lambs and veal, Plager told the beef producers. Emaciation was 1st for sheep and 2nd for veal. One in 936 swine was condemned, 1 in 505 sheep and lambs and 1 in 361 veal. Pneumonia was not seasonal, he added, being highest in June. Cattle feeding is one of the best ways of maintaining fertility on North Iowa's farms, Martin Fabricius, Osage banker and former Iowa State college instructor, told the beef producers at their banquet at the All Veterans Social center at Clear Lake. The banker can help the feeder by keeping posted and advising the farmer on the type o£ feeding best suited to his particular farm, Fabricius pointed out. The 10 year averages show that the last 3 months of the year are the best in which to buy feeders, he said, while about August is the best San Juan Post Gives $120.75 Annual Chest Contribution Made San Juan-Marne post 733 of the V. F. \V. at its meeting Tuesday voted to contribute $120.73 to the Mason City Community Chest. The post gave $115 last year. Arnold Tillon reported on his .rip to the national convention in Miami and urged veterans to make plans to attend the meeting at Chicago next summer. Announcement was made of the GIobc-Gazclte Photo BEEF PRODUCERS ELECT —New officers and directors elected by the Cerro Govdo Beef Producers association Tuesday evening are shown here. From left to right they are Richard Ax, director; Lloyd Stevens, vice president; Dan McArthur and Walter Eno, both directors; Marion E. Olson, secretary-treasurer, and J. D. Richardson, president. Howard Sorensen, the southwest director, was not present. 7 Mason Cityans Pledged "Frats" at Iowa State College Seven Mason Cityans pledged social fraternities at Iowa State college, Ames, during rush week. They were among 389 pledges announced by 28 houses on the campus. Dale Krueger, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Krueger, 25 Kentucky S. E.; Jerry Dean, son of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Dean, route 3; Ray Henely, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Henely, 111 Jefferson N. W.; Keith McGuire, son of Mrs. Faye McGuire, 502 12th N. W.; Joel Hanes, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joel F. Hanes, 925 Delaware N. E.; and Delmar Diercks, son of Mr. and Mrs. David Diercks, route 3, pledged Kappa Psi, and Calmar H. Anderson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Calmer Anderson, 1203 Penn. S. E., Lambda Chi Alpha. The announcement of new Sept. 28, 1949 3 Mason City Globe-Gazette, Mason City. la. plans for a V. F. W. and auxiliary poppy day sale to take place Saturday. New members voted in were George W. Hall, Virgil R. Lockwood and Leland O, Brown. They and George N. Kavars, Don L. Simon and Kenneth W. Swanson, voted in previously, will take the obligation at a future meeting. Ostby an- membership Commander Vic nounced that the drive is underway and urged post members to pay their 1950 dues. Easter can occur any time between March 22 and April 25. pledges marked the end of the formal period for the fraternities. Informal rushing will continue through the remainder of the college year. Boy's Eye Injured Lakota — When Robert Addy picked up a piece of wire to throw, one end went into the corner of his eye and penetrated into one nostril. He was taken to a specialist at Mason City where it was found the eyesight was not impaired. DONT FRET IF YOU CAN'T AFFORD A PRETTY NEW FALL COAT . . . Just send your old coat to us and have it dyed one of the new fall shades. We'll return it as bright and attractive as a new one. PHONE 396 TODAY We Are Open Every Friday Night 'Till 9:00 O'clock Mason City Dyers & Cleaners 1414 North Federal Avc. Phone 396 "I would just as soon spend my next 20 years right in Mason City," said Mr. Weir. "I like the store, the people and the town." • Mr. Weir is a member of Kiwanis, the Masons, Odd Fellows and the North Iowa Rod and Gun club. Mr. and Mrs. Weir reside at 907 Jefferson N. W. They have a son, Lawrence, in junior college. There are no tigers in Africa. time to sell choice beef and April for the plainer grades. Regular Feeder Best The in-and-out feeder is the hardest to work with and the most dangerous loan for the banker, he declared, because he will guess wrong as often as right. The regular feeder will have more good years than bad, he said. J. D. Richardson was elected president of the association at the meeting, its 1st in 6 years. Lloyd Stevens was chosen vice president and Marion E. Olson, secretary- treasurer. The new directors are Richard Ax, Dan McArthur, Howard Sorensen and Walter Eno. William McArthur of the production and marketing administration, Washington, and Carl Olson, Denver, former fieldman for tha Iowa Beef Producers association and now with the American Angus Breeders, were among the 160 attending the dinner. ONLYApexoffersBOTH these great Advantages! <f I I 2 Washes a maximum (9 Ib.) load ef dirty work clothes with lop spetd and thoroughnest, end It perfectly safe for your most dolfcola fabrics when filled only to lh« tilk water line. // you do not own a washer, or your washer 'a more ttian.8 years old. we want you to do your next week's washing io a new Apcr, and for jour cooperation in making «hij tac we want to pay you by presenting you at no cost with this pair of 7 inch quality household shears, which are i full dollar's worth anywhere. This offer limited to next JO days. NEWS of RECORD Births Reported (At Mercy Hospital)—Daughter to Mr. and Mrs. William Walker, Clear Lake, Tuesday. Twin son and daughter to Mr. and Mrs. John E. Zobel, Clear Lake, Tuesday. Twin daughters to Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Jenkins. Fertile, Tuesday. Son to Mr. and Mrs. John Hart, Swale- dale, Tuesday. Daughter to Mr. and Mr*. Eddie Za- charda. St. Ansgar, Tuesday. Daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Trygstad. Kockford, Tuesday. (At Park Hospital)—Son to Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Luse, 1318 Washington N. W., Wednesday. Fire Calls At 10:31 p. m.. Tuesday to ItOft 4th S. W. Mrs. L. Overton, owner. C. W. Smith, occupant. Electric motor burned out on gas furnace. Police Court APEX WASHERS ARE PRICED FROM Intoxication—L e » t r. r Dalilin, Cambridge, Minn.; Theodore E. Thompson, city, and Gilbert Fjone, 211 2nd S. W., each fined Jlft and costs. Clarence Halverson, city, forfeited $10 bond. Disorderly Conduct—Lester A. Hanney, Albert Lea, fined J15 and costs. Overtime Parkin*—Ralph M. Trees. 1214 Delaware N. E.; forfeited S2 for 2 tickets. General Mortgage, Brick & Tile building-; Russel Cook, 302 Virginia S. E.; Carold Baker, 311 18th S. E.; Dean Horning, Des Moines, Kenneth Sinnard, Rockwell; F. H. DahTstrom, 114 Delaware N. E.; and Mrs. R,. L. Bliss, Clear Lake, each forfeited SI bond. Marriage Licenses Andrew O. Norem, 19, Lot Angeles, and Faye Anderson, in, Forest City; Vernon Davis, 29. Minneapolis, and Jeatiyee Corrlne Miller, 2S, Clear Lake; .Tames G. Marker, 2ft, and Prudence Patton, 21, both of Mason City: George D. Kallas, 21, and Marjorle Baker, 21, both of Mason City. No other washer! NO OTHER WASHER thon Apex con give you the motchlew advantages of the Apex — patented spcrol dasher The proof of ~e >n your own ler you've ever used, we'll be- very surprised IIC* W i Ask us to send you a new Apex Washer for free trial, and if you don't have i washer, or your washer is more than 8 years old, we will present you with this -valuable pair of shears-whether you ever buy a w**hing machine or nor. This othe is-tiowtcd. Don* wait «ll too PHONE 363 EGGERT 8 THOMAS, Inc. Successors to .Toe Danifiln Auto Supply Co. 121 NORTH DELAWARE PHONE 363 New Car Sales Louis Schares, Owalonna, Minn.. Plymouth; R. N. Attwooll, 313 Beaumont drive, Hudson; Ross Mcllvaln, TM5 1st N. W., Ford; Lewis A. Montgomery, 21)2 1st S. E., Ford truck; Herman M. Knudson, Clear Lake, Bulck; Zinor Motor Co., Mason City. Oldsmobile: LeRoy Dunn, S21 !<Hh N. W., Ford truck; Bess Beatrice Keith, route 1, Hudson; M. E. Larson S If.th N. W., Dodge truck; Mox Schutx, 10 H Quincy N. W., Hudson. Realty Transfers Borger, Helen and George, J., in Harriet Demos, $1 and other, W. 2\i rods L. It, »nd 8, Blk. 97, Felf» Plat except strip, 9-13-49. Stevens, Lyle S. »nd Jeanette, to L. B. Rogers and Margaret E., }t. ten., SI and other, (WD) L. 24 Young's N. Shore Subd. of L. 1 and 2, 14-9<!-22, 0-20-49. Meaney, Edward E., to Memorial Park Cemetery and Mausoleum Co., fl and other, (QCD> L. 27 In I. O. O. F. No. L. section, Memorial Park Cemetery and Mausoleum Co., 9-26-19. McMahon, Elmer J., el. a]., to Thomas McMahon. It aad «th«r, (QCD) L. 1, 2, and 3, Blk. «, East Lake Place Add., Clear Lake, 9-14-49. . Injured in Fall Hanlontown—John and Eli Colby have received word that their father, Dr. J. E. Colby, fell on the sidewalk at his home at Lake Mills and cracked a bone in his hip. He was taken to a Mason City hospital for X-rays and treatment and has returned home. 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