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M 18 Sept. 23, 1949 Milan City Globe-Gazette, Mason City, la. Mason City Calendar FRIDAY—Kickoff dinner for Lutheran Welfare campaign at AH Vets club, Clear Lake, at 6:30 p. m. •EPT.> 25—North Central Iowa Hod and Gun club 6th annual field day. south of Taylor bridge on Winnebago river. OCT. 11—Woman's club. First Methodist church, 2:15 p. m., John Vandercook, speaker. OCT. 9 to 15—National Business Women's week, OCT. 11—"The Hour oE Charm," Phil Spitalny and his all-eirl orchestra, Roosevelt fieidhouse, 8:30 p. m. OCT. 20—Community Chest team of/leers' Instruction meeting, Y. M. C. A., 7:28 p. m. OCT. 22—El Kahir temple ceremonial, northeast Iowa, at Roosevelt Cield- house. OCT. Ii4—Community Chest general solicitation" kickoff. Y. M. C. A., 5:59 p. m. OCT. 21—Charles Eagle Plume addresses Executives club at Hotel Hanford at 6:30 p..m. NOV. a—Community Chest campaign final report, Y. W. c. A., 5:59 p. m. HOV. S—First number Jn Community Concert series, Albert Spalding, violinist.-high school auditorium, 8:15 p: m. KOV. 3—New York Civic Opera presentation of "Carmen" at Roosevelt field- house, under Exchange club sponsorship. KOV. B—Free Christian Science lecture by Earl E. Simms, C. S., of Austin, Tex., at Monroe Junior high*-school auditorium, 8:15 p. m. KOV. 25-26—F a :r m drainage contractors and tilers conference sponsored by Mason City Brick & Tile company. DEC. 6-7—Iowa State Vegetable Growers association. DEC. 12—Chamber of Commerce annual meeting—Christmas party. JAN. 10—Woman's club presents Robert 20 Awarded Trips for International Magidoff, 8 p. m. First Methodist church. JAN. 30—Community Concert, Columbia Grand Opera Quartet, high sctibol auditorium, 8:15 p. m, FEB. 37—Community Concert, Slgl Wels- senberg, pianist, high school auditor- Sum, 8:15 p. m. HERE IN MASON CITY Antiques. 933 N. Van Buren. Paper Headquarters. Shepherds. Have your storm sash repaired now. Bpomhower Hdwe. Dry Your Clothes in 10 minutes at the Laundrite. Rod and Gun Club 6th Annual Field Day, Sept. 25, on River Road See Spred Satin ad in "Life." Get Spred Satin at Paynes. Rummage Sale m Sat., Sept. 24 over Ford Hopkins. Martha Circle. For Avon cosmetics and Christmas line Ph. 3304W. Legion Aux. rummage: Sat. 24th 8 a. m. at Lounge, 317 N. Fed. i Let Red Star Oil company service your fuel oil needs this winter. Special quantity rates. Ph. 1328. Professional tuning- improves any piano, neglect ruins the best. Kenneth H. Larson, 118 21st S. E. Rummage Sale Saturday, 9 to 5 p. m. 24 Sixth St. N. E. Have you used Vfesta Gloss Wax on your Asphalt Tile, Linoleum, Rubber Tile or Terrazzo floors? It gives your floor an added polished beauty that protects against the More Than 300 Attend Annual Exhibitors Fete Business Men Hosts to Young Farmers Announcing the winners of 20 contest trips-to the International Livestock exposition on the North Iowa Fair-KGLO special train to Chicago was the climax of the 3rd annual banquet sponsored by the agricultural committee of the Chamber of Commerce at the Hotel Hanford Thursday evening. More than 125 junior exhibitors and their adult leaders from 13 North Iowa counties who were at the North Iowa fair were personal guests of Mason City business and professional men at the event, which filled the Wedgewood room of the hotel to overflowing. Jerry Hall, Meservey, top winner in the purebred dairy club, and Galen Gruis, Meservey, top winner in ( the purebred beef club shows at the fair, were awarded round trip tickets by the Mason City phamber of Commerce agricultural committee. Oswald Wins Trip Andy Oswald, Mason .City, was awarded a trip by Harold Johnson and Son as the champion market litter exhibitor. The Farmers Elevator awarded trips to Leslie Ginapp, Sheffield, and Ellsworth Tevis, Mason City, and the Northwestern Distributing company awarded trips to Robert Lindsay, Nora Springs, and Robert Wilson, Clear Lake, for the 4 best long-time records in the purebred pig club showing at the fair. KGLO also awarded an all- expense trip to Gerald Dean, Mason City, as winner of the 4-H market livestock grading contest, and one trip to 2 winners, who will share expenses, having tied for first place in the FFA market livestock grading contest. They are Chuck Coyle, Rockford, and Ronald Schulz, Hansell. Girls Win Also KGLO also awarded trips to Gwen Johnson, Ventura, and Wilma Hyde, Clear Lake, as winners of the 4-H girls demonstrations, "Preparation o f Thanksgiv ing Dinner in September." - The North Iowa fair board awarded round trip tickets to the leaders of boys' or girls' 4-H clubs with the highest rating. They were Mrs. Leigh Curran, Mason City; Mrs. Earl Dean, Mason City; Mrs. Harlan Toppin, Clear Lake; Mrs. Edward DeGraw, Rockford; Mrs. Walter Murphy, Dougherty; Gene Lucy Smith Treasurer of Northeast Welfare Chapter- Globe-Gazette Photo CHAMPS ARE INTERVIEWED—These champion exhibitors of the North Iowa Fair were interviewed by Chet Randolph, KGLO farm editor, immediately after being awarded trips to the International Livestock Exposition at Chicago on the North Iowa Fair r KGLO special train. The awards were announced at the 3rd annual Chamber of Commerce dinner for Farm Youth at the Hotel Hanford Thursday night. From left to right are Andy Oswald, Mason City, champion market litter exhibitor; Jerry Hall, Meservey, best in purebred dairy club; Galen Gruis, Meservey, best in purebred beef. Randolph, at the right, is interviewing the group. Says Progress Made in Care of Crippled Possum Speaks at Annual Meeting Parents, schools, the state and society itself are handicapped when they do not know how to meet the needs of their handicapped individuals, Doctor Ernest C.~ Fossum, Cedar Falls, said in a talk before some 30 members of the Cerro Gordb Society for Crippled Children and Adults at the annual meeting held at the Y. M. C. A. Thursday night. The meeting opened with a dinner followed by a business session which included the election of a board of directors for the coming year to take office immediately. The board will meet soon to elect officers. A report of the activities of the Society the past year was given by Mrs. Barney Sweeney, executive secretary, and the financial report was submitted for distribution treasurer. by Virgil P. Allen, Mrs. Lucy Smith, home service director of the Cerro Gordo county Red Cross chapter, was elected treasurer of the northeast chapter, Iowa Welfare association at the annual meeting in Hotel Tall- corn, Marshalltbwn, Thursday. Mrs. Nellie Rummell, Anamosa, director of Jones county social welfare, was elected president; Mrs. Ruth Wickney, Decorah, director of the northeast branch of the Lutheran Welfare society, was elected 1st vice president; Maj. Herbert Smith, Salvation Army, Butler county, 2nd vice president; Miss Elizabeth .Waugh, director Butler county social welfare, 3rd vice president; Miss Zaida E. McLaury, Jr., Oelwein, secretary. Attending the convention from Mason City were: Mrs. Smith, Mrs. Gertrude Fick, Girl Scouts; Doris Bruce and Loretta Welsh, Family Service, Inc.; Margie Mullaney Grace Murray, Ruth Dougall and Edward Babcock, county welfare office. Doctor and Mrs. Julius Bodensieck, Wartburg theological seminary, Dubuque, discussed work among displaced persons in Germany. George Westby, state director, Lutheran Welfare, talked on the work done by that societj among displaced persons. The Rev. Paul Moeller presided MRS. LUCY SMITH at the meeting. Helen Bray, child welfare consultant, Clear Lake, was program chairman. Doctor Wayne Vasey, director of social work at Iowa City, spoke on the ideals of a public assistance program. unusual wear. It seals the pores against penetration of dirt, thus making for easy and low cost maintenance.. Ph. 460, Mason City Builders Supply Co. Gets $1,118 in $12/150 Damage Suit Damages of $1,118.25 have been accepted by Dale Crum, father of Dale Crum, Jr., in settlement of his suit against Russell V. Hartwell for $12,150, district court 3rscorcLs here showed. lTrida v The suit resulted from an accident at 6th and S. Federal last winter when Dale Grurn was a passenger in the Hartwell car driven by Russell V. Hartwell, Jr. Crum claimed young Hartwell was under the influence of intoxicating liquor when his car crashed into a gasoline transport which stopped for a traffic light ahead of the Hartwell car. Crum claimed permanent disfigurement of his face as a result of the accident. Returns to Duty Northwood —After spending a month with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Huus, . Miss Helen Huus left Wednesday for Philadelphia where she is a faculty member of the University of Pennsylvania. She was accompanied as far as Chicago by her sister, Ada Huus, who will visit a few days in the home of another sister, Mrs. James Cartwell the former Clara Huus. Design Your Own linoleum Tife Floor SAVE /MONEY.' Install It Yourself 16 C Each 9" x 9" Til* Almost no limit to th* smart, colorful designs you can hav* with Armstrong's J»spe Linoleum Til*. We'll h.Ip you with dMicni and show you how to tsMtali it yourself. MIER WOLF SONS Janssen, Meservey; Leo Oswald, Mason City, and Glenn Franks, Clear Lake. Leigh Curran also gave the fair board president's award of hotel expenses while in Chicago to Gene Janssen, Meservey, and Mrs. Leigh Curran, Mason City. Awards Announced H. B. Hook announced the awards given by the Chamber of Commerce and the business firms; Chet Randolph, KGLO farm editor, announced the radio station's awards; M. C. Lawson, secretary of the North Iowa fair, the fair awards, and Leigh R. Curran, the president's award. The special train will leave Ma- son.City Nov. 29, and 72 rooms havejaeen reserved at the Stevens and Congress hotels. II will be the Golden Anniversary of the Livestock Exposition in Chicago. Leavitt O. Allen, chairman of the agricultural committee of the Mason' City Chamber of Commerce, presided ait the dinner. Invocation was by Doctor Lloyd A. Gustafson. Tom Mitchell led the group singing, accompanied by K. N. Hagen. Marion E. Olson, county agent, and Miss Lucile Buchanan, home economist, announced the guests. F. J. Olson, president of the Chamber of Commerce, gave the address of welcome, and Dave Perdue layed trumpet selections, accom- anied by Robert Weed. Cartoonist Talks Tom Kelly of Milwaukee, Wis., artoonist-conservationist, enter- ained the 'group with a chalk talk, There's More to Dirt Than Meets he Eye." ! A11 conservation begins and. nds on the land," said Mr. Kelly. The future of America depends upon how the farmers of our land reat our topsoil. "The purpose of 4-H is not to each little pigs to make hogs of hemselves, but to encourage more men and women to associate their ives with worth while things." Mr. Kelly, in picturesque manner, covered the subject of soil erosion and conservation from the ime of the Indians through the pioneer period of wastefulness and up to the present day, when an attempt is being made, to restore some of the land, lakes and rivers :o their early day usefulness. He showed how the farmer today provides the essentials of liv- ng for 14 others off the farm, while at one time the ratio was 1 to 4. Show Value of Land "There is more money invested in agriculture than in all the mills and factories in the United States and 67 per cent of the new wealth each year is created from the soil," said Mr. Kelly. "The towns and cities arc only the clearing houses for this wealth." He warned the future farmers to "get on terms with mother nature —or we will follow in the way of other vanished civilizations." Guests at the Chamber of Commerce *nd Mason City business and professional men sponsoring the event were: Junior Exhibitors—Donald Abrahamson, Connie Albers, Eunice Ax, Richard Ax. Margaret Baker, Bernard Barber, Billy Bartlett, Leonard Bartz, Merrill Barti, I.ols Bates, Lester Bllhartz, DuWByn* Bilker, Larry Bilker. Mary Don Blair, Nettle Mae Boehlje, Nona Bnhnaar.k, John Bonner. Bod Bowers, Phyllis Bramien, Jerry Bryant. Irma Carle, Edwin Chlnek, Richard Co«P«r. Lanra IXOraw. George Dlrfcn, T>lok Dndge, Margaret Dnnrhtr, Kngene Evans, William Fischer, Loiil* Formanak, Mary Lou Foster, Dick Franks, Robert L. Frese, Mary Furleigh. Gloria Gaiser, Dick Gllpln, Leonard Gobeli, Lyle Goll, Phillip Gourley, Evelyn Graham, Mary Graham, Doris Gruis, Joann Halverson, Charlenc Ilnn- sen, Vcrna. Ilanscn, Mcrlyn Helps, Marlyn Ilillis, Bonnie Holmes, Don Ilonkcn, Jerry Honkeu, Bonnie Hubacher, Wilma Hyde, John Ives. Gwen Johnson, Sharon Jorgensen, Patricia Juhl. Roger Katz. Ruth Kelck, Marcella Kellcy, Virginia. Lair, Phyllis Luther, Margaret McNamara, James E. Mark, Jerry L. Mark. Roger Mathre, Shirley Morris, Rosemary Murphy, LeNora Nelson, Mclva Nelson, Billy Ncwberry, Joyce Ann Olson, Sarah Oswald, Roger Pedelly, Betty Ann Powell, Dale Prescolt, Harry Pring- nilz, Paul E. Pruln, Shirley Roberts, Kuth Rowcliffe, Katie Scheppler, Robert Schurtz, Lenora Scott, Cleta Sliger, JLfin- ley Stephenson, Billy Stevens, Bea Ann Stork. Bonnie Thompson, Billy TJpchurch, Don J. Vail, Jr., Emily Van Lent, Mary Van Lent, Robert Wagner, Marjorie Walls, Delores Ward, Eleanor AValcrmlller, Ardella Watson, Delbert Watson, Jacqueline Weldert, Carol Williamson, Darwin Willie, Betty Wilson, Eugene Yezek, Margaret Zlrbel, Lois Zook. Girls' Club Leaders — Mrs. George Barnes, Jr., Mrs. . J. R. Birkbeck, Mrs. Clarence Bramsen, Mrs. Carrie Carstnns, Mrs. Leigh Curran, Mrs. Earl Dean, Mrs. Edward DeGraw, Mrs. John Dougan, Mrs. William. Floy, Jr., Mrs. David Foster, Mrs. Floyd Humphrey. Mrs. Grant Johnson, Mrs. Peter Juhl, Mrs. Al Merfeld, Mrs. Charles Momyer, Mrs. Walter Murphy, Sirs. Ed Mutb, Mrs. Orville Olson, Mrs. Leo Oswald, Mrs. Howard Sorensen, Mrs. Vaughn Stabler, Mrs. Clint Stevenson, Mrs. Harlan Toppin, Mr.s. Howard Treloar, Mr.s. Robert Van Fossen, Mrs. Russell Walls, Mrs. Merritt WIke, Mrs. Roy Wineman. """ County Extension Home Economists— Fern Ann Adams, Lucile Buchanan, Rosalyn Coburn, Marlene Dailey, Mrs. Betty Hustcd, Myrtle Hewitt, Jane Larsen, Ramona Nack, Mrs. Aleene Thompson, Muriel Zinnel. Boys' 4-H Leaders—Glen Amoscon, Cecil H. Avlse, Carl Bartlett, David Bielefeld, Waller W. Eno, Glenn Franks, W. 8. Fulghum, Gene 5. Janssen, Dan McArthur, Leo Oswald, Ambrose Rooney, Mrs. Tubbesing Chairman of Women's Division of Chest R. C. Selberling, Norris Treloar, R. V. Wilkinson, Robert AVilson. Cerro Gordo County Club Committee —Virgil Ashland, Ralph Bryant, Richard Dunn, W. S. Fulghum, Jr., Virgil Rice. County Extension Directors — Chester Benson, New Hampton; Leonard Book, youth assistant. Garner; Norbcrl Darrow, Thompson; Eber Eldrtdge, Hampton; C. J. Gauger, Charles City; Paul Henderson, Garner; Marlon E. Olson, Mason City; Wallace E. Johnson, youth assistant. Mans:: City; Wi!!:s.-n II. St. Clair, Nor!hwood; Harley Walker, Osage. Vocational Teachers—Lyie A'urahsmsoy, Lewis Lautcrbach, William Rich. Gets 90 Days for Drunken Driving Count Paul B. Ames pleaded guilty in district court to county attorney's information charging him with operating a motor vehicle while intoxicated and was sentenced to serve 90 days in jail by Judge T. A. Beardmore. Ames' driver's license was suspended for 60 days and his liquor permit forfeited. He was arrested' by Clear Lake police and the highway patrol Sept. 10. Auxiliary Plans Sale of Poppies Iowa Falls The Scenic City post of the VFW and Auxiliary will sell "Buddy poppies" on the streets Saturday. Mrs. Ella Jones, 89 year old member of the Auxiliary, is planning to sell the veteran-made flowers again this year. Last 'year she sold 746. The organization has 2,500 poppies to sell. Mrs. H. C. Hansen is president of the Auxiliary and Dale Davis is commander of the post. Mrs. Jay Tubbesing has, accepted the chairmanship of the women's division in the 1949-50 Community Chest campaign. She has chosen for her co-chairman, Mrs. T. G. Peterson. Mrs. Tubbesing and Mrs. Peterson will direct the solicitation in the residential areas of Mason City. Both of them have had experience in knocking on the doors of their neighbors and asking for contributions for the once a year campaign for 8 agencies which are the Community Chest. In greeting the ward chairmen and co-chairmen at a meeting which was held at the Y. W. C. A. on Thursday afternoon, Mrs. Tubbesing pointed out that in last year's campaign the women's division oversubscribed its quota by $1,000 and that the number of contributions from housewives had more than doubled. She also told the group that many persons had expressed their appreciation of the opportunity of contributing for they had been missed in previous campaigns because of the selective card system. Organization Set Up The women's division organization will continue to function as in the 1948-49 campaign—that is, with ward chairmen and cochairmen, precinct chairmen and co-chairmen, zone chairmen and block workers. Mrs. C. E. Blanchard is chairman and Mrs. E. O. Babcock is co-chairman of ward 1, representing the Y. W. C. A. In ward 2, Mrs. Louis Wolf is chairman and Mrs. R. L. Jackson is co-chairman from Family Service. Inc. The Public Health Nursing association has enrolled Mrs. Marion Olson as chairman and Mrs. Samuel E. Wolf as co-chairman in ward 3. Mrs. Keith Wormhoudt is chairman and Mrs, W. H. Rees is cochairman of ward 4, representing the Girl Scouts. Receive Instructions At the meetitfg on Thursday afternoon, these chairmen received .instructions and materials for the organizing of the ward for which they are responsible. It was announced that a meeting of the ward chairmen and co-chairmen, the precinct ' chairmen' and cochairmen and the zone chairmen would be held in the Decker room at the Y. W. C. A. on Tuesday afternoon, Oct. 4, at which time final plans for the women's division solicitation for the Community Chest will be made. Mrs. M. C. Stoddard is chairman of club contributions. She has sent letters to clubs, lodges and organizations asking for group' pledges for the Community Chest. The general solicitations cam- MRS. JAY TUBBESING Complete Hearing in Jury Trial of Accident Suits A jury Friday morning re( ceived instructions in the damage suits of Roscoe vs. Brockett in district court here. Mr. and Mrs. George Roscoe are asking damages of $1,682.31 and Rex Brockett, $705.26 from an auto accident in Grant township in Aug., 1948. Brockett was driving a gravel truck east on a local county road and the Rcscces v/erc driving their auto south on county road B when the 2 collided at the in- ierseoLipn. The jury is composed of 11 as Virginia Byrne, selected to serve, has been ill and unable to be in court. The jurors are Dexter Burns, John Miles, Rose Denzel, Bea Kelroy, Vivian BramhaH, Elsie Thornton, J. D. Trimble, Stella Trimble, Mildred McGregor, Emma McKenzy and Ruth Hansen. Present to bring greetings from the state office were Stephen B. Jones, consultant, social service, and Charles D. Bues, activity director, the latter recently added to state staff. Representatives from a number of towns in the county were present and were called on for short testimonials of the work of the Society in their communities. Introduce New Members Among new members introduced were Benjamin R. Schaefer, special education director in the Mason City schools; Miss Alberta Cochram, new county nurse, and Mrs. Mable Root, new county elementary school supervisor. Doctor Fossum, pioneer in speech correction training for teachers at Iowa State Teachers college, Cedar Falls, who has traveled extensively in Iowa school communities as counsellor in speech correction, reviewed the work of special education in Iowa which led to the passing of the state special education bill in 1945. "That progress is going to continue," he emphasized. "It is a movement in our • expanding democracy in education to includfj'* all the people and to give thena? what they need to be happy and productive. What we see is part of the inevitable in bringing more good to more people." Praises Mason City He commended Mason City and Cerro Gordo county for its progressive program in special education. He as well as the visiting vided to. enlarge facilities at the hospital school," he said. He explained that one county unit of the society in the state had provided a scholarship of $1,750 for advanced degree work for a teacher in special education. Mrs. Sweeney in her report members of the pointed out that state society Cerro Gordo county was known throughout the' state for its active program in meeting the needs of its handicapped. He praised the local society for its co-operative activities in this program. Four ways in xvhich'society can do more to meet the needs of its handicapped were discussed by Doctor Fossum: Better classroom instruction; more special education teachers for those who do not respond to classroom instruction; specially trained teachers for full- I time instruction in specially equipped rooms for those so disabled they can't get to classrooms, and special hospital schools such as the one recently opened at the University of Iowa. "We feel tremendously encouraged by the fact that the state legislature acted upon the society's bill, asking for 3 half million dollars and the $100,000 or so pro- pointed , out that the society had had a successful and encouraging year with ample funds realized from Easter Seal sales and some special contributions to. meet all needs. She expressed appreciation to the many volunteers assisting in the various activities and J the co-operation given by other agencies, newspaper and radio, and said through all this and the activities of the society it had become well known to the public. She enumerated the highlights of the activities for the year among which were the annual Christmas party; sending speech defects to Iowa City; providing bleachers. for handicapped at the North Iowa Band Festival; 'the summer day camp at East park; sending 4 to the speech clinic at Grinnell; sending 4 boys to camp iat Boone. Mrs. Charles Hahn expressed appreciation to the local society for the help given in sending her daughter, Patsy to the school at Jamestown, N..Dak. - Presides at Meeting The personal phase of the work done by Mrs. Sweeney and volunteers in addition to the institutional phase was emphasized by • President Walter J. Walker, who presided at the meeting. Members were urged to attend the state workshop meeting to be held in Des Moines Oct. 21-22. The society will pay for hotel and meals of those attending but they win provide their own transportation, Mr. Walker said. Directors named to' the board are as follows: Mason City: The - Rev. Alvin Heuring, Doctor C. O. Adams, Leslie G. Hawkins, Judge W. P. Butler, Mrs. Hazel .Chappel, Supt. L. H. Shepoiser, Mrs. Barney Sweeney, Virgil P. Allen, Walter J. Walker, Roy R. Wolf, Mrs. Vinnie Christehsen, Mrs. W. G. Egloff, 1 Carroll Swift, Clay Cowan, Stratton -Shannon, Henry W. Koeneke, Howard Delahoyde,,Mrs. W. A. Carter, Frank C. O'Hearn, Mrs. Frank Pearce, John Calhoun, Doctor George I. Tice, C. Frederick Beck, Enoch A. Norem. Clear Lake: Mrs. R. E. Replogle, Doctor A. B. Phillips, Mrs. Alice Butz.' Ventura: L. L. Bless, Leo J. Esbeck. Thornton: G. P. Lytelle. Meservey: Lovel Diddy. ' Swaledale: C. R. Bradshaw. Rockwell: Milton G. Geer, D. V. Minert. Plymouth: D G. Goetschuis. Rock Falls: Harold Brown, R. V. Wilkinson. • Inside Looking Out Ionia. Mich., (U.R)—Lloyd Edgett and William Clark spend considerable time in the state reformatory here. When they were paroled they stole a car and drove back to get a look at the outside. No%v, they're looking at the inside again. LET US MAKE YOUR MOVING EASY cal Two-thirds of the persons killed in city motor vehicle accidents and about one-sixth of those killed in rural traffic accidents are pedestrians. paign for the 1949-50 Community Chest will be held from Oct. 24 through Nov. 2. The goal this year is $84,929. Will Sell Poppies Forest City —Saturday-has been set as the date for the annual sale of V.F.W. "Buddy poppies" in Forest City, according to Gene Mahrenholz, post commander. AND YOU LAUNDER WHITE 111 South Delaware G. I. CAB LINE PHONE 731 -» Non Meter Cabs 35c ANY PLACE IN TOWN FOR 1 OR 2 PEOPLE lOc Extra For\Each Additional Passenger. NOTICE! In observance of a Religious Holiday we will be closed Saturday and Sunday September 24 and 25 S&H WOLF 816 South Federal What Kind of Savings Account Do You Seek? Your kind—whether you have personal funds to save, or business reserves to keep at work until needed. A Mutual Federal account is intended to give non-speculative earnings, combined with availability when needed. It is well suited to the needs of individuals, corporations, associations, partnerships and trust funds. You are cordially invited to call for further information. We make home loans to buy, build, remodel or refinance your home. AA UTUAL F EDERAL S AVINGS AND LOAN /ASSOCIATION 19 First St. N. E. Phone 365 Mason Cify, Iowa Savings accepted in any amounts HEIMENDINGER TRANSFER LINE Phone 1070' New Clean Vans Latest Equipment LOANS or conventional loans for purchasing HOMES — FARMS COMMERCIAL BUILDINGS OR REFINANCING EXISTING LOANS attractive rates good terms prompt OctiOfi nfiwr 1 me FIRST NATIONAL BANK of Mason City, Iowa Real Estate Loan Department A. M. Halsor, Manager Ed Nuddleman. Asst. Main Floor North Lobby HOTEL HANFORD SPECIAL SUNDAY DINNER September 25, 1949 APPETIZER: Tomato Juice, Grapefruit Juice, or V-8 Juice SOUP: Chicken Creole or French Onion, Croutons SALAD: - Fresh Garden or Perfection RELISH: Celery, Olives, Carrot Sticks ENTREE: ROAST PRIME RIBS OF BEEF, Au Jus $1.75 BAKED SUGAR CURED HAM, Raisin Sauce .60 STEWED CHICKEN, DUMPLING, Family Style. . . .35 BRAISED TENDERLOIN STRIPS, Mushrooms en Casserole 35 BABY BEEF LfVER, BACON SAUTE 40 FRENCH FRIED SHRIMP, Cocktail Sauce 50 FRIED NEW YORK COUNT OYSTERS, Tartare . .50 GRILLED LOIN PORK CHOPS, Apple Sauce 60 BROILED TOP SIRLOIN STEAK, Mushroom Sauce 1.85 BROILED FILET MIGNON, Bearnaise 2.00 VEGETABLE: Buttered Asparagus or Baked Squash POTATOES: Whipped or New Creamed DESSERT: Apple Pie, Cherry Pie, or Ice Cream BEVERAGE: Coffee, Tea, or Milk BREAD: Parker House Rolls and Butter DINNER SERVED CONTINUOUSLY FROM 11:20 A. M. to 8 P. M. HOTEL HANFORD

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