Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on September 26, 1949 · Page 13
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Saturated Felt Blocks Dampness When the concrete fiooi- of a basementless house rests on the ground, a waterproof membrane of asphalt saturated felt will help keep the interior of the home dry and comfortable. The ground, should be covered first with a coarse granular fill about 6 inches deep. This should be topped with a thin coating made from 1 part portland cement, 3 parts screened sand and water. To apply the waterproof membrane, mop hot asphalt over the cement coating. Place a layer of 15-pound .asphalt saturated roofing felt over the hot asphalt. Then mop with hot asphalt again, place a 2nd layer of felt and apply a final hot asphalt coating on top. The 'concrete floor slab goes over the protective asphalt felt. Cut 2 Hours Flight Time to Chicago J* ^^ -n-- . -.—L-.-L L-|-r--_r_- I_L i. New Flight Schedules Announced N RECORD Realty Transfers Otsen, Elvn, to Claude K. Qulnby, $1, other, WD, L. 33, BIk. 4, Ventura Heights. U-20-49. Shcpard Abstract Company to Claude K. Qulnby, 51, other, WD L. 32, Illlt. 4, Ventura Heights. D-20-4!). Olsen, Elvs, (o Virginia O. Lathowersi $1, other, WD L. 1!>, 131k. 8. Ventura Heights. »-ao~19. I'lper, Edna S. and Ivan II., to Russell Lee and Lune Lee, $1, other, WD, I.. 42, Iloyl's 1st Add., M. C. O-W-49. 'lowing Bee Aids Farmer Garner THREE BEDROOM HOMES Reasonably Priced We are starting the construction of two very fine 3 bedroom homes in the Highlands. One deluxe home—one special model. You can buy these homes at a special price during construction. Come in and inspect the plans and F.H.A. specifications. For a sample of high quality construction see our model homes at 715 17th St. N. E. and 704 16th St. N. E. Associated Builders , 309 First National Bank BIdg. NEW TYPE MACHINE SHED—Gibraltar strength and modern convenience are the key characteristics of the new machine shed that has just been completed on the Wili'ord Cannon farm 3-miles south of Ventura. This 26x80 wood building, constructed by the Iowa Insulators and Builders of Mason _ity, is entirely of 2x6 framing, laminated where needed. Rafters are double braced and wind braces are installed for*" additional strength. All Number One lumber went into the construction of the shed and it is sided with clear vertical car siding. Cornice is boxed The building is so designed and braced overhead that all the space inside is clear without posts or other obstructions breaking the floor area. Three large roller type doors enable the farmer to move his machinery in and out with maximum convenience. At one end of the long struc- ture is a • 12x26 built-in garage with overhead door. The roof is decked with tight sheathing, and covered with 230 pound Gold Seal lock type asphalt shingles. Mr. Cannon, who is busy painting his machine shed now, states that persons interested in inspecting the building are welcome at any time. FALL HOME REPAIRS • Hammers e Pliers • Pipe Fittings • Socket Wrenches • Window Glass BOYER HARDWARE & PAINT CO. Phone 278 627 So. Federal ARE YOU SWEEPING MONEY OUT THE DOOR? If you are one of thousands of people who now have an oil burner installed in. your furnace— you may be wasting money each time the burner runs. Did you know that a remarkable, new kind of oil burner is now available, ... to give you the same heat you now have — on much less oil? A double charge of oxygen is mixed with the oil ... to give a cleaner, hotter fire. In a carefully engineered replacement installation — the kind of job we do — this new burner can save oil for you — pay you cash dividends each year. This new kind of burner can pay for itself in the fuel it will save — then pay you a handsome return on your investment each year! Investigate — get the facts! Experts to Discuss Uses of Electricity Forest City—Farmers and their families will be guests of the Forest City Hardware store at a program of motion pictures and discussions on the use of electricity to be given at Civic auditorium at 7:30 p. m. Tuesday. Speakers will be Glenn Bergland, manager of the Winnebago Rural Electric Co-Operative association, and 7 electrical engineers on the staff of the Westinghouse Electric company. Craft OIL HEAT THE GILT-EDGE OIL BURNER (Pays a return on your investment) Larson Furnace Co. 3 15th Street N. W. PHONE 1622 Mason City G A E £ N OWNE8SR.E COMMEND COLONIAL COAL • OIL • GAS FURNACES STOKERS • BLOWERS r OIL BURNERS LOW FUEL COST Owners report savings up to 25% NEW COLONIAL OIL BURNER Building on Increase in Iowa Report Des Moincs, (/P) —New dwelling construction permits issued by 15 first class cities in Iowa during August showed a considerable increase but the costs involved increased only moderately. The state health department reported the 15 cities issued 406 permits for $2,936,330 worth of construction last month. The figures compared with 324 permits issued in August of last year for $2,696,386 worth of new homes. For remodeling, 616 permits were issued last month for $351,623 worth of work. In August of last year, 659 permits were issued for $374,995 worth of work. New dwellings authorized last month by cities: Des Moines 75, Sioux City 56, Cedar Rapids 46, Davenport 26, Dubuque 19, Ottumwa 15, Waterloo 13, Fort Dodge and Keokuk 12 each, Council Bluffs 11, Mason City 9, Burington and Iowa City 8 each, and Mcrshalltown and Muscatine 7 each. Marriage Licenses Dale Eugene Slegrlsl, 31, and Joan Beverly Berg, 18, both ol Minneapolis. New Cor Sales Arthur F. Bartelt. S311 25lh S. W., Ford; I.loyd Lorentzen, Norn Springs, Ford; K. II. Brunei-, 21 Vermont S. E.. Bulok; W. C. Kuoker, 1707 S. Federal. Bulok; Edward Ii. or Lucille Sneed Chappcll, Clear Luke, Lincoln; the Rev. Francis J. Churchill. Mercy hospital, Chevrolet; Dr. II. A. Dockstadcr. liKO K. State, Chevrolet; J. I. Wlk, <i03 Van Buren S. W., Dodge; Fred J. Wagner, 1180 Carolina S. K., Dodge; Carl Ashland, Clear Lake, Ford: Oscar Heaford, Rockwell, Ford; Mabel E. Sondergaard, 005 Carolina S. E., Dodge. Births Reported (At Mercy Hospital)—Son to Mr. and Mrs. Mike Dascn, <>4H Polk Place S. W., Saturday. Daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Legler, route •!, Friday. Son to Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Heggcstad, Northwood, Saturday. (At Park Hospital)—Daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Wayne D. Jacobson, Clear Lake, Saturday. Fire Calls At 4:-tl p. m.. Friday to 2(i 1st S. E., Purity bakery. Hoi kettle put on aprons In barrel. New flight schedules for planes on the Mid - Continent Airlines leaving Mason City were announced Saturday by the downtown ticket office, 7 S. Federal, They were to become effective Sunday, Sept. 25. Biggest change of note is the lopping of 2 hours off the connections from here to Chicago via Rochester. The entire trip now requires only 2 hours 50 minutes. Formerly it took 4 hours and 53 minutes. The northbound No. 40 will leave Mason City at 12:07 p. m. arrive at Rochester at 12:50 p. m. leave Rochester at 1:30 and arrive at Chicago at 2:57 p. m. Formerly the circuit began at 10:42 a. m. in Mason City with arriva in Chicago at 3:35 p. m. On the return trip, passengers may depart from Chicago at 11:3( a. m., arrive at Rochester at 1:05 p. m., leave Rochester at 1:39 p m., and arrive at Mason City a 2:17 p. m. Some of the new schedule were partly the result of thi shift back from daylight savin; time in the large cities. Departure times on the flights leaving Mason City: No. 41—southbound. Now 1 minutes earlier, 8:42 a. m. No. 40—northbound. Now 1 hour 25 minutes later, 12:07 p, m. No. 57—southbound. Now 10 minutes later, 2:17 p. m. No. 52—northbound. Remains the same at 4:55 p. m. Sept. .24, 1949 5, Mason City Globe-GaxeUe, M»»on CUy, I Girher—Twenty-one men on 11 tractors did the fall plowing 'or Howard Taylor, farmer near Earner, who was recently re- eased from the hospital and has seen unable to work. Forty-five acres were plowed in 2Jt hours by ;he group. Taking part in the pl'owing bee were: Dale Newell, John Kesier, Luverne" Jante, Carl Hoeft, Harold Juhl, Emll Christensen, Henry Nelson, Ben Brozik, Elmer Jante, Melvin Brown, Rudy U r i c h, Harry Frein, Art Hanselmann, Frank Chizek, Dick Hutson, Leonard Formanek, Laurence Engstler, Duane Engstler, Ed Hiles- land, and Robert Thompson. Wayne Taylor of Clear Lake, son of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Taylor, also came over to help out. Visitors Leave Garner—The Rev. and Mrs. Orville Schroer and son, Mark, of Defiance, Ohio, arrived for a visit at the parental Otto Schroer home. They left Wednesday for Tipton, where Mr. Schroer was to occupy the pulpit at a mission festival. TO OPEN STORE gOON—Wil- liam Scnensky, who was recently with the Daniels Jewelry company, plans to open a new store soon at 9 W. State. The store will be known as the Wil-Sen jswlery and luggage store. It will be home-owned. The store has been completely remodeled and decorated. They will continue "from there to their home in Ohio. Mrs. Otto Schroer accompanied them for a visit. Police Court Clem, titimatlc keit with less fuel. Ml((test efficiency, turns ill grides <«• nestle ind Cirtlytlc fwl oils. ApprtYed by Underwriters' Lib- tratorles. COLONIAL FURNACE CO. 408 So. Federal Phon* 961 For the Newest in greater Home Beauty it's . Lowe Brothers STYLE TESTED* . MELLO-GLOSS A perfect semi-gloss finish for walls and woodwork. Mello-Gioss colors are in keeping with the latest color trends! They're your assurance of perfect decoration „ . . many other advantages too! ... • It retains beauty through repeated cleanings. • One coat covers most surfaces. Rooms are hardly out of use. • Durable, long-wearing and economical. • The perfect finish for kitchens and bathrooms. Trade in Your Old Stove Disorderly Conduct—H»7el Bowers, 812 Folk S. W., sentenced to 30 days In jail. Sentence suspended during good behavior. Speeding—Donald D. Wendell, S2!t. Vermont S. E., and Ray A. Davis, Ventura, each forfeited $10 bond. Careless Driving—Maurice W. Billings, 18 :>5th S. W., forfeited S10 bond. Intoxication—Edward E. Jimenez, CIO Tolk S. W., fined ?10 and costs. Fred It. Baldwin, Lclloy, Minn., forfeited $10 bond. Overtime Parking—Roger Larson, BOB Elm Drive N. E.; Jack Duncan, 824 Kentucky S. E.; Robert A. Herman, 118 N. Federal; J. J. Burnett. I105 nth N. W.j Ray Amundson, 811 N. Federal; L. A. Moc, 1fl02 1st S. W.: Elmer Krause, Nora Springs; A. E. Bliss, Ventura; Bruce F.. Lyons, :I25 llth S. E., and A. II. Kcllum, IB 1st S. E., each forfeited SI bond. Improper Parking—W. Glen Iiigersoll, Plymouth, forfeited SI bond. Passing School Stop Sign—W. H. Cast- Ings, Des Moines, forfeited $3 bond. Parking on Sidewalk—Betty McKccn, Y. IV. C. A., forfeited 51 bond. Awaits Orders Osage—Lt. and Mrs. Jack Murphy and son, Patrick, leave this week for Chanute Field, Rantoul, 111., where Lt. Murphy is to receive his orders. Lt. Murphy had been assigned for 3 years overseas, but was returned after 3 months' duty, due to airlift regulations. His wife and son have been at the maternal Arnold Baldner home since he left for overseas. GHT AUCTION Tuesday, Sept. 27 — 8 P. M. AT ST. ANSGAR, IOWA * The following for Tuesday's sale: 100 choice Montana yearling: steers, wt. 700 Ibs.; 50 choice Montana White Face 2-year- old steers, wt. 900 Ibs.; 45 very good young White Face cows with calves at foot, TB and Bangr's tested; 100 White Face and Shorthorn heifers, 500 to 600 Ibs.; 100 Montana White Face calves; and local run of butcher stock, veal calves, etc. If you have cattle to sell, call us. We want HAY. ST. ANSGAR SALES BARN Ben W. Mo'uw, Auctioneer Axel Hanscn, Manager, Phone 304 Phone 170 Office Phone 113 ALL MODERN 5 ROOM BUNGALOW SELLING AT AUCTION on a lew NS^s^- ^""Y / Jtfkarlej KITCHEN CUSTOM BUILT OF STEEl Call or Write tor Free Estimate LES REED KITCHEN KLIN1C CAS RANGE Phone 715 106 N. Delaware Av*. Mason City, Iowa Design Your Own Linoleum Tile Floor *StyIe Tested Mello-Gloss colors as modern as today! Get a color chart of these beautiful colors now! $|-.23 Students From 54 Communities at Hamilton School The student body of the Hamilton School of Commerce represents 54> different communities, fall term registrations showed Saturday. Mason City sent most but Northwood is represented by 10 and Nora Springs and Forest City with 5 each. Others are: Albert Lea and Austin, Minn., Alta Vista, Battle Creek, Mich., Britt, Buffalo Center, Charles City, Clear Lake, Corvyith, Crystal Lake, Curlew, Dolliver, Dows, Elma, Elmore, Minn., Emmetsburg, Estherville, Fort Dodge, Garner, Geneva, Greene, Hampton, Hanlontown, Humboldt, K a n a w h a, Kensett, Klemme, Lawler, Linn Grove, Mallard, Manly, Marble Rock. Mount Hope. W. Va.. Nashua, New Hampton, Osage, Plymouth, Ringsted, Rockford, Rock Falls, Rolfe, Rudd, Sibley, St. Ansgar, Swea City, Thornton, Titonka, Webster City, West Bend and Wesley. There has been a slight drop in veteran attendance, an increase in the number of civilians and a decided increase in the number of students pursuing courses under the direction of the state vocational rehabilitation board, it was reported. The average age of the students which rose to nearly 26 years in 1946 at present is below 20 years, practically the normal average. The school was originally organized as one of a chain of 22 schools owned by F. J. Toland and was known as Toland's Business university. It was opened for business in Mason City in September, 1900. Since the fall of 1911 the school has been in operation under the direction of Ward R. Hamilton. Mr. Hamilton has always interested himself in the high schools in North Iowa and Southern Minnesota where he has been guest speaker for assemblies, Parent Teacher association meetings and for commencement programs on more than 2,000 occasions. THURSDAY, SEPT. 29, 7 P. M. LOCATED AT 1412 N. PENNSYLVANIA AVE., MASON CITY, IOWA THE HOUSE: Five rooms, Living: room, dining room, kitchen with nice built-in cupboards, two bedrooms with closets to each, Excellent bathroom. Oak floors in all rooms. Entire house is nicely decorated. FULL BASEMENT: Coal Hot air furnace heat piped to all rooms. Hot water heater. GARAGE: Room for one car. LOT: 50x100 with trees and shrubbery. WE INVITE YOU TO INSPECT IT ANYTIME FREE $5 Prize given person who guesses nearest what it sells for. OWNER'S COMMENT: As we arc moving to New York we will have no need for this property and if will be sold to the highest bidder. It's .1 very cozy bungalow and in excellent condition in every respect. We urge you to inspect it and attend our sale. We know you will like It. . ' TERMS: There is now a loan of $1,300 on the properly. Whatever it sells for over the loan is to be pajd In cash. One-half day of sale and balance when possession is given. You can pay all cash if you wish. The payments on the loan arc $38.30 per month. Possession In 30 days. ARVO AARNIO, OWNER Joe Reisch & Co. Auctioneers of Real Estate Call Us If You Have Real Estate to Sell Phone 4741-J, Mason City, Iowa — Licensed Broker BOAR OF PURE BRED POLAND CHINAS THURSDAY NIGHT.Sept. 29 Movies Will Be Shown At 7:00 P. M. Sale Begins At 8:00 P. M. E. State Phone Visit us soon and select the new ROPER Gas Range that will exactly meet your requirements. Many fine models. Many excellent values. Trade-in allowance for your old stove. Convenient Purchase Terms PEOPLES' GAS & ELECTRIC CO; SAVE MONEY! Install It Yourself 16 C Each 9" x 9" Til* Almost no limit to the smart, colorful designs you can havo with Armstrong's Jaspa Linoleum Tile. We'll help you with designs and show you how to install it yourself. MIER WOLF SONS Rites Saturday for Former North lowan Cresco — Funeral services for Richard Bouska, 57, of Kenora, Ontario, Canada, were held in the Bradley funeral home at Cresco Saturday afternoon. The Rev. E. F. Byers, pastor of the Cresco Congregational church, officiated. Burial was in the Bohemian National cemetery near Protivin. Mr. Bouska lived at Protivin until 14 years ago when he and Mrs. Bouska moved to Kenora. Since then they have been operating a summer camp near Kenora. Mr. Bouska died there Wednesday following a lingering illness. He is survived by his widow, a brother, Ben Bouska of Protivin, and other relatives. Serves on Fickaway Garner — Bert B. Cavanaugh, boatswain's mate, first class, formerly of Garner, husband of Mrs. Jeanne M. Cavanaugh of Waverly, is serving as a crew member of the attack transport USS Pickaway, which is participating this fall in "Operation Mild," a large scale amphibious exercise in the Pacific. 50 head of the tops of our entire crop of spring pigs consisting of March and April farrow. They are big, husky fellows; most of the early ones will reach the 300 Ib. mark by Sple Night. REMEMBER: A Poland China sire will pay big dividends in 1950, in your herd. ATTENTION FARMERS: If you think it's too early, or have no place to keep a boar at this time, just come and make o selection and we will keep him until November 1st free of charge. We also have a free delivery service. Safe to be held in well lighted building on the farm located 4'/2 miles south and 2 miles east of Britt, Iowa, on good graveled road. Phone 4616. 0. W. FRIEDOW, Britt, Iowa

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