Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on July 27, 1948 · Page 2
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16 July 26, 1948 Mason City GUbc-Giiette, MM«B City, U. NEWS of RECORD New Cor Sales Kenneth M. Gerk, 687 E. State. pld«- znoblle; Georre F. Gerk, Clear Lake, Oldemobile; Holsnm Bread Co., 319 Delaware S. E., Ford; Laplner Motor Co., US Delaware S. E., 2 CMC trucks; Walter Koester, Rockwell, International truek- G. 1. Decklever, 519 N. Federal, Studebaker; L. T. Bosworth, 123 2nd S. E , Ford, and Northwestern Bell Telephone Co., 118 Ut St. S. E., Chevrolet truck. Marriage Licenses Glen M. Stadler, 30, St. Paul, and Helene Nielsen Eaves, SO, Minneapolis; William M. Lane, 25, Minneapolis, and Shirley Ann Clausen, 21, Minneapolis; Leo C. Escobar, 45, St. Paul, and Bessie Ann Shauretta, 20, Minneapolis; Andrew WD) IS, Blk. 1, 9«»th Haven Ad*,, M. '., I., 0-S-U. Kehm, Llixle, i« Cecil L. and H»»e 'eltejr. jt. ten., $1, (WD) L2, Blk. B. ,eh!fh 3nd Add. to M/C., I., 7-M-48. Steece, i-ark» J. and Dorothy, U United Home Bank, and Trait, SI, <WD) 1.9, ilk 12, the HithUnds Add. to M. C., 7-J9-48. Kavach, 35. St. Paul, and Jones, S3, St. Paul. Sally Mae Realty Transfers Crane, II. H. and Verda V., to Charles E. and Josephine Rosa Fleming, jt. ten. 51, (WD) U, Blk. 1, South Haven Add C. L., 0-15-18. Johnson, Amanda E., to Zora O. Al- drldge, $1, <QCD) part of SE'.i G-95-20 4-8-18. Dawning, Donald Ivan, to Charles E •nd Josephine K. Fleming, jt. ten., 51 Who Are Monday's Courteous Drivers? Listen KSMN 1010 On Your Dial Tuesday 6:15 a. m. and 5:45 p. m. Harold Motors, Inc. Your Lincoln-Mercury Dealer >o//ce Court V6.45 in Series— -others and Sons Working Together in Mason City Overtime Parklnr—R. A. Shatter, 141 lib S. W., and Lee P. Loomii, 320 1st ;. E., each forfeited $1 bond. Intoxication—Cyrus Olson, Forest City, Glen Shockley, 1118 IGlh N. E., Lester N. O'Rourke, Nora Sprints, Jake Funk, COS Delaware N. E., and Thomas W. Vaddell, city, each forfeited $10 bond. No Driver's License—Gene C. Foster, ewell, Ore., forfeited $5 houd. Births Reported (At Mercy Hospital)—Dauehter to Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Barr, 708 Georgia S. ;., Saturday. Son to Mr. and Mrs. Clorus Sockler, 3 Oak Drive, Saturday. Bsujhter to Mr. and Mrs. Murray Mo- Dowall, G1C Adams S. W., Saturday. Son to Mr. and Mrs. James HolUngs- worth, 201 S. Federal, Sunday. Daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Jackson, 231» Jersey S. E., Sunday. Son to Mr. and Mrs. Paul Jahnke, Klemme, Sunday. Daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Charles Jenista, 10'ili 3rd S. W., Sunday. Son to Mr. and Mrs. John Jindrich Swaledale, Sunday. Son to Mr. and jMrs. Albert Lutcobish H lird N. E., Sunday. Son to Mr. and Mrs. Dean Molstad 1154 Maple Drive, Sunday. (At Park llosjiital)—Son lo Mr. and Mrs. Paul M. Vermedal, 'Ml S. Federal Saturday. Fire Calls Al 4:-l3 a. m. Sunday to 113 N. Federal Electric motor burned out. At 2:18 p. m. Sunday to 825 Tolk Place S. W. Short In sump pump in basement ELGIN BANKER DIES West Union—Funeral for Ben Baumgartner, 56, cashier of the Elgin State bank, will be held a 2 p. m. Tuesday at the Baptis church at Elgin. The Rev. Pau Zoschke of Cleveland, Ohio, for mer pastor, will assist the Rev. G J. Schroeder. He died of a hear attack Saturday. He leaves th widow and a daughter, Mrs. Raj Tomchek, of Chicago. The eel is one of the favorit kinds of edible lish eaten in West ern Europe. Retired Farmer Dies at Son's Home, Greene Charles City—Funeral services for George Murch, 56, of Powern- ville, were held Monday afternoon at the Christian and Missionary Alliance church in Powersville, the Rev. Everett Ratzlaff officiating. Mr. Murch, a retired farmer, died at the home of his son, John William Murch, at Greene Friday night after an illness of 2 years. Burial was in the Pleasant Grove cemetery with the Hauser funeral home of Charles City in charge. He is survived by 2 children: Mrs. Floyd Shaw, Charles City, and John William Murch, Greene; a sister, Mrs. Ethel Shafer, Casselton, N. Dak.; 4 brothers, Walter, Charles City; Alfred, Lancer, Saskatchewan, Canada; Henry, Hunter, N. Dak., and Sidney, Jamestown, N. Dak., and 6 grandchildren. MASON CITY'S Best PAINT Dies in Minnesota Charles City — Word was received here by Miss Bernice Merrick or the death of her friend Mrs. P. A. Harming, former, resident of Charles City, at her home in Zumbrota, Minn. Funeral services were held at the Lutheran church in Zumbrota Saturday a 2 p. m. More than half of the farm land in the United States is ii farms of more than 500 acres compared to only a third in 1920 Globe-Gazette Photo "REALTING" TOGETHER—For 21 years now, George Romey and his son, R. E. (Dick) Romey, have been operating the Romey Realty company dealing in real estate and gen eral insurance. The partnership formed in 1927 has been a its present location, 23 1st* S. E., since 1933. George Romey was a banker in Osceola county when he came to Mason City and bought into the old Central Trust bank as a cashier in 1918. In 1920 he became one of the organizers of the Patton and Romey Realty Co. Dick Romey was graduated Do FORD OWNERS! Pritchard's Will Rebuild Your Present FORD "BUMPER TO BUMPER" COMPLETE FOR $33905 from the University of Iowa in 1926 and returned here to join the new firm the next year, A brother, Harold S. Romey, who is now farming near Rockwell, worked with the company for 10 years, specializing in farm real estate. The father of 3 daughters, Dick Romey is head of the camp development committee of the Girl Scouts. He is a member of Phi Kappa Psi fraternity, the Elks, Masons and the Country club. He is at present a district director of the University of Iowa alumni association. Both of the Romeys are members of the North Central Board of Realtors and the Chamber of Commerce. FALSE TEETH Rock, Slide or Slip FASTEETH, an improved powder be sprinkled on upper or lower plate holds false teeth more firmly in i>lac Do not slide, slip or rock. No guinm gooey, pasty taste or feeling. FASTEST is alkaline (non-ncid). Does not sou Checks "plate odor" (denture breath Get FASTEETH at any drug store. ENAMEL SEMI GLOSS O'Brien'* Quick Drying Enamel — a standout for quality. Use it anywhere. Covers in one coat. Medium lustre.Standswearand washing. 18 bright, cheery colors. $.S4 O'B'f ten's firtin Finish — ideal for bath, bed and living rooms, on walls and woodwork. Truly modern. Highly washable. A soft, rich glare-free finish. Keyed Colors. WASHABLE WALL PAINT HOUSE PAINT O'Brien'! Liquid Velvet—the super flat will finish that can be washed as many as ten times between paintings. Different from others —the Painter'* Choice. Keyed Colors. $5 58 J Gal. O'Britn's Prepared Paint—tops in quality and most in value. 30 years use, thousands of successful jobs stand behind this dependable, durable paint. 14 colors, white. - 5] in Fire Otlion Lots '33 CALL US FOR A PAINTER SHEPHERD'S PAINT & WALLPAPER FIRST ST. S. E. PHONE 1362 GLOBE-GAZETTE CLASSIFIED ADS PAY DIVIDENDS! TRY ONE! TERMS:— Vs Down—Balance 6 Months in YES SIR! You can make your FORD completely new again APPEARANCE ... new again in PERFORMANCE ... at one all- inclusive specail low price! It's the Special of the Year. HERE'S WHAT YOU GET " See what a marvelous offer this is - - - You'll have a car to be proud of, that will give you many thousands more miles of economical, trouble-free service. Proportionate Allowances for Work Not Necessary COMPLETELY REBUILT FORD ENGINE— Pre-tested and run-in engine, using 156 genuine Ford parts including pistons, pins, bearings, rings, etc. Complete exchange on carburetor, fuel pump, distributor—new spark plugs, ignition wires, clutch disc, pressure plate, new fan belt, gaskets, new oil, flywheel ring gear. FULLY GUARANTEED 30 days or 4,000 miles. BRAKES— New brake lining — lines bled .— clean drums — check and adjust master cylinder and mechanical brakes, Free 30 day adjustment. SHOCK ABSORBERS— Fill and adjust and install new linkage. COOLING SYSTEM— Radiator completely overhauled — taken apart and cleaned. All tubes scraped, all leaks repaired, repainted and new hose. STEERING CONTROL, WHEEL ALIGNMENT— Re-bush spindles, replace both tie rod ends, replace steering rod and both ends, align wheels, center and adjust steering wheel. LUBRICATION— Complete chassis lubrication, lubricate springs, change transmission and differential lubricant, repack all wheel bearings, clean air cleaner, replenish oil, water battery, cross tires and inflate. NEW PAINT JOB— After thorough sanding, your car is de-oxidired, is given complete rust correction, before it is painted. Paint cor the color you like best. .(Body Work EXTRA). NEW SEAT COVERS— New custom-quality covers —Choice of pattern—New front floor mat. Cordle Given Route Change Saves 40 Miles on Local Osage Line W. R. Cordle, doing business as the Cordle Cartage company, Mason City, received a certificate from the Iowa Commerce Commission Monday granting permission for operation between the junction of Floyd County Highway "S" and U. S. Highway 18, and the junction ol U. S. Highways 18 and 218. The route would save 40 truck miles daily over this route instead of its present routes between Mason City and Osnge. J. H. Keeple, Nashua, also was given approval to operate between St. Ansgar and Osage, an extension of its present route to accommodate workers at Charles City Industrial plants who live in St. Ansgar. Only such workers may ride as passengers. A 3rd company, the Brady Transfer and Storage company was given permission to carry railway express between Fort Dodge and Estherville and intermediate stations on the Minneapolis and St. Louis railroad line. The railroad was authorized last May to eliminate 2 trains on the points involved. 2 Injured When Autos Meet at Intersection Waiicoma —Belty Altman, Wan- coma, and James Croatt, Jr., Hawkeye, suffered severe bruises and scratches as a result of a collision of their cars at a blind intersection 2 miles southeast of Waucoma. Miss Altman also received a black eye and kneecap injuries. Both cars were badly damaged. GENUINE PARTS ALL WORK CARRIES PRITCHARD'S GUARANTEE AGAINST DEFECTS IN LABOR OR MATERIAL PRITCHARD MOTOR CO. State Plow Terrace Contest at Cherokee Cherokee, (U.R)—The state plow terrace contest will be held in conjunction with the Pilot Rock plowing .match near here Aug. 19, Clyde Spry, assistant secretary of agriculture, announced Monday. The state contest will cancel the northwest district meet scheduled for the same day. MASON CITY, IOWA PHONE 922 EX PERT WATCH REPAIR •SERVICED only work on your delicate watches for best results. > PROMPT SERVICE MIER WOLF &SONS WOLFS A LOVELY FLORAL w- AXMINSTER BY BIGELOW POPULAR FERVAK [QUALITY Made of -lively" wool, thai keeps Its spring, gives longer wear and lasting good looks. A lovely floral Axminster carpet for surprisingly little. Bay it room size or wall-to-wall. 9 and 12 Ft. Widths Priced From 595 to See our Selection of other Bigelow tiedutics visit our. floor, covering department today.. Easy Terms Open An Account

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