Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on July 27, 1948 · Page 7
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Mason City Calendar JULY £8—Community Chest budget hearings. Y. W. Qf A., 3 p. m. AUG. 2-fl—Restaurant operators short course at Eadmar. AUG. 2-ia—Summer term, Relsch School of auctioneering. AUG. «, 7 and S—Junior Legion state baseball tournament. AUG. 6, 7 and 8—Governor's days at Clear Lake. AUG. 21-24—Junior Legion Regional baseball tournament. AUG. 23-25—Mason City high school and Junior college registration. Mason City high school, 8 to 12 a. m., 1 to 5 p. m. AUG. 30—Mason City schools open. • EPT. S-7—North Iowa fair. SEPT. 26-27—Iowa State Jewelers as^ sociation convention. OCT. 7-9—Slate library association meeting. Throng at 5-Hour Showing of Dogs 11 HERE IN MASON CITY Wannetta Biktpra, 21 months old, of LeRoy, Minn., was admitted to Mercy hospital Sunday with injuries suffered in an automobile accident. Hospital officials reported her condition as fairly good Monday morning. Fuller Brushes. Phone 1358W. Robert M. Powell, son of Merlin J. Powell, 1115 First N. W., is presently attending the summer encampment of the reserve officers training corps (medical) at Brooke army medical center, Fort Sam Houston, Texas. Cadet Powell is a medical student at the University of Iowa, Paper Headquarters. Shepherds. Mr. and Mrs. Max G. Kissick have gone on a vacation trip to the Dells at Baraboo, Wis. Time tested paints at Payne's color bar. Mr. and Mrsj Don Healy and children, formerly of Mason City and now living in Minneapolis, were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Willard Weir Adams in their cottage at Clear Lake. Dr. R. W. Shullz, D. O., Rm. 64, Hanford Hotel. Phone 2960. Mrs. Cora Gilpin, Colonial apartments, has returned from a week's visit with her brother in Waterloo. Major Ambulance Service, auto or air. Phone 511. Dr. R. W. Shultz, Hotel Hanford, returned to Mason City Sunday morning from Chicago after attending the 52nd annual convention of American Osteopathic association in Boston. He was the delegate from the Iowa Society of Osteopathic Physicians and Sur- geons.and reported a good convention and attendance. Gerard Photo Service closed until July 29th. Gcnevieve Sabin, automatic operator in the local Western Union office, has returned from a weeks' course of training at the Western Union school in Minneapolis where she was instructed in the operation of the new automatic system of telegraphy to be put into operation by the Western Union shortly. 1st class painting in and out Phone 3298W. Mrs. Edward F. Sweetser, Marvyl apartments, was called to Edvvardsville, 111., by the serious illness of her brother, Perry H Hiles, an attorney in that city. Our new address 202 2nd S. W Dodson Electric Co., Electrica Contractors. Same phone number 3300. Wallace Toso, night manager for the Western Union during the past year, has taken the position as manager of the Decorah office. Miss Ruby Cooper, from Beatrice, Nebr., succeeds Mr. Toso in the local office. Cedar Falls Cocker Wins 1st in Event Dachshund From Britt Also Named Winner The first sanctioned pure breed dog match in Mason City history, ponsored. by the recently formed ind rapidly expanding Mason City tenriel club, was held Sunday afternoon at East park before a large hrong of dog lovers that witnessed a 5 hour showing of some of the finest pure breed dogs in he state of Iowa. Seventy-five dogs were shown. An English male Cocker Spaniel, Merrie Sher\vood's Nickey" owned by Merrie Sherwood Kin- nek of Cedar Falls, merited the best dog in the show award after winning 1st prize in the male -ocker Spaniel division, being se- .ected as the best of his breed and receiving the judge's selection n the best of group elimination. 'Biene," a long haired female Dachshund, owned and displayed by Carl Franzen, Britt, was se- ected as the best of the opposite sex to the best dog in the match. Charles M. Siever, recognized midwest dog authority of Des VIoines, served as judge of the match and Dr. G. W. Cady, Mason ity veterinarian, examined all participating dogs prior to the match to make certain all were in good physical condition. Any owner or raiser of pure oreed dogs in the north Iowa area that is in good standing with the American kennel club of New York or any other recognized ken- IMaien City GI«*«-GM*tt«, M»«»n City, I». July 26, 1948 Women's Overseas League President to Visit Here nel organization is membership in the kennel club. eligible for Mason City $6,000 Suit Is Filed by Deach John £. Deach of Clear Lake has entered a suit for $6,000 damages in district court against Roy and Hazel Games, Clear Lake, for injuries alleged to have taken place July 25, 1946. Deach was working at the Carnes home on that date when he fell into a trap door, receiving severe injuries and permanent injuries to his heart the suit says. Negligence is claimed as cause of the fall. The suit also asks interest and costs of court action. The results of the match Sunday: Group 1—Sporting Dogs German short haired pointers— "Rusty," Robin Shoop, 1st; "Dickey," Floyd Crabtree, 2nd. Retrievers (golden labrador)— (male) "Dex," Reuben Swehla, 1st; (Female) "Our Goldle Gal," Gerald R. Meriss, 1st; "Don's Valiant Mike," Donald M. Miller, 2nd. Retrievers (black Labrador) — (Male) "Little Black Sambo," C. R. Servison, 1st. English setters —"Bairwyns Whitmore King," John R. Hutchins, Jr., 1st; "Sir Thomas O' Merrie Sherwood," Russell S. Peterson, 2nd. Irish setters—(male) "Kendare Modra Rhue," Leonard Leek, 1st; "Jeffrey's Prince Tim," L. W. Ackmann, 2nd; "Tamru O'Lac," R. A. Monaghen, 3rd. (Female)— "Patches II," Leonard Leek, 1st; "Mac Duke's Memory," Leonard Leek, 2nd; "Richard's Irish Lassie," Richard C. Blake, 3rd. Brittany spaniel—"Bing de Bonnie Chauce," Wilson Abel, 1st. Cocker spaniels—(black male) "Cubby," Leonard Leek, 1st; "Broadlawn's Black Chief" 2nd. (Female) "Steven's Playmate," Delos C. Rickey, 2nd. (Ascobs male) "Lug," Wendell M. Cross, 1st; "Laddie Bruce," Mary Lou Everts, 2nd; "Blondie," Joseph E. ormanek, 3rd. (Female) "Gilbert's Sunshine Gold," W. C. Gilbert, 1st; "Happy Heart III," Waler A. Meyer, 2nd. (Particolors male)—"Snow Prince," Dorothy Smith, 1st; "Gilbert's Sunshine Sad Sack," W. C. Gilbert, 2nd; 'King of My Heart," Walter A. Meyer, 3rd. (Female) "Gilbert's Sunshine Sweetie," W. C. Gilbert, 1st. English cocker spaniels—(Male) 'Merrie Sherwood's Nickey," Marie Sherwood Kinnek, 1st. (Female) "Christy's Cookie," Glen Christy, 1st. English springer spaniels— (Male) "Lark II," Frank Dickhoff, 1st; "Gingerbread Boy," J. J. Fitzgerald, 2nd; "Lecky," William E. Reynolds, 3rd. (Female) "Lady Silkworth," William E. Reynolds, 1st; "Pepp Peper," William E. Reynolds, 2nd. Weimaraner—"Jill," Ruth A. Feeney, 1st. Dies in California Nashua—Nashua relatives and friends received word of the death of Zern Scott July 22 at San Leandro, Cal., due to a heart attack. His wife is the former Rose Wilson of Nashua. One .son, Lewis Herbert Scott, drowned 7 years ago. The first oriental rug known to history is one called the Spring of Chosroes, which now would be valued at §2,000,000. M ONUMENT GRANITES ARE LIKE Men, some good, some bad, but \Vc buy only the best granite and carve your sentiments in or on it beautifully To tell future generations of a memory that never dims. Mo son City Monumental Works, Inc. Geoff* Miller I IDtk St. I. W. Fhon* JOT * Miss Rose Glass, Seattle, Wash., national president of the Women's Overseas Service league, plans to visit her brother, Remley Glass in Mason City July 31 to August 2- on her tour of official visits to chapters and units of her organization throughout the United States this summer and fall. Women who served overseas during either the 1st or 2nd world wars are eligible for membership in this league. Miss Glass will travel to Mackinac island for the national convention of the organization in mid- August. Other visits included on her itinerary are: St. Paul, Minneapolis, Madison, Wis., Milwaukee Chicago, Detroit, Toledo, Buffalo, N. Y., Rochester, N. Y., Ithaca, Syracuse, New York City, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Washington, D. C., Cleveland, Indianapolis, St. Louis, Kansas City, Omaha, Lincoln, Nebr., Denver and Salt Lake City. JUDGING DOGS—Charles Siever, Des Moines, recognized mid-west dog authority, is shown examining "Ginger Bred Boy," English springer spaniel of J. J. Fitzgerald, 214 Hampshire N. E., who is pictured at left. Frank Dickhoff is shown at the right with his English springer spaniel Globe-Gazette Photo entry. All owners or raisers of pure breed dogs in the North Iowa area and who are in good standing with the American Kennel club of New York or any other recognized kennel organization are invited to join the Mason City Kennel O • .: fiSf club. IV. F.W. to Initiate 18 New Members at Post Meeting Tuesday A total of 17 new members are eligible to take the obligation at the meeting of San Juan Marne post of the V. F. W. to be held at the club Tuesday at 8 p. rn. They are: Joe N. Garcia, Richard A. Green, Dennis E. Urdahl, Donald W. Helland, Harry J Toney, Charles D. Hyde, John Golbuff, Joe E. Garcia, Francis M Hull, Orval J. Ellingson, Virgil W Sharp, Samuel S. Siskow, Charles E. Payne, Don Leo Quinlan, Francis J. Cox, Fred L. Losen anc Earling R. Adams. Veterans are reminded that July 31 is the deadline for reinstating their National Service Life Insurance without a physical examination and also that GI term insurance has been extended an additional 5 years. MISS ROSE GLASS Globe-Gazette Photo Rites Wednesday for Clarion Woman Clarion—Mrs. Otto Bjelland, 58, lifelong resident of Clarion, died Sunday at the Clarion General hospital where she had been a patient 17 weeks. Her husband is local manager for the Hormel company of Austin. Funeral services will be held Wednesday at 2 p. m. at the Eyler funeral home, the Rev. L, H. Preul officiating. Survivors include the husband son, daughter and a sister. Roy McMullin, : Rockwell, Dies Funeral Rites to Be f Tuesday Afternoon Roy A. McMullin, 69, died at ; his home in Rockwell at 10 a. m. Sunday following a lingering illness. He had been a resident o! Rockwell for the past 40 years. 1 Mr. McMullin was born Nov. 6, ; 878, at Monona, Iowa. He was a • arpenter by trade. Surviving are ; lis wife, Mabel; a son, Francis; 2 daughters, Shirley and Altha, at ; lome, and 2 sisters, Mrs. J. F. • lillis, Rockwell, and Mrs. G. R. ' roctor, Hutchinson, Kans. He was preceded in death by his parents, 2 sisters and 5 brothers. Funeral services will be held at ; 2 p. m. Tuesday at the Methodist church at Rockwell with the Rev. • Charles Batten officiating. Burial will be at the Rockwell cemetery. • The Patterson-James funeral home in charge. '_ FEMALE WINNER—"Biene," a female long haired dachshund, owned and shown by Carl Franzen, Britt, was adjudged the best of the opposite sex to the best dog in the match Sunday. Approximately 75 dogs from throughout the state participated in the show which was the first santioned pure breed match in Mason City. What is thought to be the firs five-cent automobile fare in the United States was originated ir Phoenix, Ariz., in 1913, when the original "jitney bus" was started Similar systems soon w e r adopted in many other cities. DMA BURGENER will UNLOAD your CARLOAD Phone 1010 HOUSEHOLD GOODS MOVING Packing and Crating 1 Globe-Gazcltc Photo THE CHAMPION—Pictured above is "Merrie Sherwood's Nickey," a male English cocker spaniel that was selected as the best dog in the pure breed dog match held Sunday afternoon at East park under the sponsorship of the recently formed Mason City kennel club. Rex B. Foster, Twin •Oaks, Cedar Falls, the handler of "Merrie Sherwood's Nickev" is shown above with the champion. "Barnett's Boots", John F. Barnett, 2nd. Bulldog's—(Male) "Courageous Billy Sunday", Henry O. Jensen, 1st; "Lord Ruffles", R. I. Lyons, 2nd. (Female) "Less Hope Blowzy", Kenneth Merriss, 1st. Dalmations—(Female) "Dalite of Templegate," Mary N. Temple, 1st; "Candy", Vern Brook, 2nd. Schipperkes—(Male) "Skippy", Dr. Eugene Smith, 1st. Best of Breeds Group 1—"Rusty", German Group 2—Hounds Dachshund—(Male) -"Omar V. Holtz," Lauretta Cimijotti, 1st. (Female) "Mitzi May," J. O. Han- ' son, 1st; "Ruhmvoll Tiebchen," Don M. Miller, 2nd. Dachshund (long hair) — (male) "Schnapsie," Carl E. Franzen, 1st. (Female) "Biene," Carl E. Franzen, 1st. Group 3—Working Dogs Boxers—(Male) "Dempsey," L. Shepard, 1st; "Mac Arthur II," M. L. Lewis, 2nd; "Blitz Hassau," R. J Archarnboult, 3rd. (Female) "Linda of Miller's," M. L. Lewis, 1st. German shepherd—"Lobo Von Cresto," L. E. Peters, 1st. Group 4—Terriers Fox Terriers—(Male) "Corky," M. L. Lewis, 1st; "Pr Kris Kringle" Mrs. Gae Kocowiek, 2nd. (Female) "Trixie," Bernadine Julson, 1st. S c ot t i s h terriers—(Female) "Janey," Perry Burns, 1st; "Mais Welton Nancy," Perry Burns, 2nd. Kerry blue terriers—(Female) "Paddywhack's Cindy Lou," Virginia R. Grove, 1st. Group 5—Toys Chihuahuas—(Male) "Carrotfs El Chico", William Carrott 1st; "Chipie" William Carrott, 2nd. (Female) "Dottie Doo", Roger Olson, 1st: Pekingeses—(Male) "Boi of Shan's Shadow", William Carrott, 1st; "Ti—Ni Lover Boy", Williom Carrott, 2nd; (Female) "Bond Hill Kuan Yin", William Carrot, 1st; "Nan—Gee", B. R. Finch, 2nd. Pomeranians—(Male) "Black- acre Golden Glory", S. P. Kowny, 1st; "Tuhram", Fern U. Spence, 2nd; "Toughy O'Toole", Virginia Lee Cook, 3rd. (Female) "Rose May's Mitizi", Peggy Easton, 1st. Group 6—Non Sporting Dogs Boston Terriers—(Male) "Irish Mike II", Doris Cunningham, 1st; shorthair pointer, Robin Shoop; "Little Black Sambo", black Labrador, C. R. Servison; "Bajrwyns Whitmore King", English setter, John R. Hutchins; "Patches II", Irish setter, Leonard Leek; "Bing de Bonnie Chauce", Brittany spaniel, Wilson Abel; "Cubby", black cocker spaniel, Leonard Leek; "Gilbert's Sunshine Gold", ascob cocker spaniel, W. C. Gilbert; "Gilbert's Sunshine Seetie", particolor cocker spaniel, W. C. Gilbert;"Merrie Sherwood's Nickey", English cocker spaniel, Mary Sherwood Kinnck; "Lark II", English springer spaniel, Frank Dickhoff; "Jill", Wcimarancr, Ruth Feeney. Group 2—"Mitizi Mae", dach- sund smooth, J. A. Hanson; Biene", dachsund long haired, Carl E. Franzen. Group 3—"Dempsey", boxer, L. Sheperd, "Tobo Von Crcslo", German shepard, T. E. Peters. Group 4—"Corky", fox terrier, Hill Kuan Yin", pekingcse, William Carrott; "Rose Marie's Mitzy", pomeranlan, Peggy Easton. Group G—"Irish Mike II", Boston terrier, Doris Cunningham; "Courageous Billy Sunday", bulldog. Henry O. Jensen; "Dalite of Templegate", dalmation, Mary N. Temple; "Skippy", Schippcrke. Dr. Eugene Smith. Best in Group Group 1—Sporting dogs— "Merrie Sherwood's Nickey," English cocker spaniel, Merrie Sherwood Kinnek; Group 2— "Biene", long haired dachshund, Carl Franzen; Group 3—"Lobo Von Cresti", German shepard, L. E. Peters; Group 4—"Janey", Scottish terrier, Perry Burns; Group 5—"Bond Hill Kuan Yin, Pekingese, William Carrott; Group fi—"Skippy". schipperke, Dr. Eugene Smith. Best dog in match—"Merrie Sherwood's Nickey," English cocker spaniel, Merrie Sherwood Kionck. Best of opposite sex to best in match (Reserve)—"Biene", long haired dachshund, Carl Franzen. Scranton Firm is Given Contract for $13,049 Road Work A county graveling project for $13,049.11 has been let by the Cerro Gordo board of supervisors to the Place Brothers company of Scranton for new surfacing and grading. The area to be covered is south of Burchinal in Bath and Mt. Vernon township. Completion date is set for Oct. 1. HAVE YOU TRIED an AFTERNOON SNACK M. L. Lewis, "Janey", terrier, Perry Burns; Scottish "Paddy- whack's Cindy Lou", Kerry blue terrier, Virginia R. Grove. Group 5—"Garrott's El Chico," Chihahua, William Carroll; "Bond the FOOD SHOP "Where Good Food Reigns Supreme" Across South From the Park To a little girl just learning to telephone MOTH PROOFED At No Extra Charge When you have your woolen garments Dry Cleaned at LVQHS To All Members Of The AMERICAN LEGION We have just recently air conditioned our dining room. We think we have one of the finest dining rooms in Mason City and serve the finest meals you can buy anywhere. GRILLED HAM DINNER 1.00 CHICKEN, 4, (plenty) 1.25 RIBS 1.25 10 OZ. STEAK 1.25 1 LB. STEAK 1.75 HAMBURGER STEAK 65 LIVER AND ONIONS 75 Give Us A Try and Be Convinced Dining: Room Open 5 p. m. 'till 11:30 p. m. Coolest Dining: Room in Mason City Legionnaire Club, Inc. 317 North Federal If you're on a party line you'll want to use the phone the way Mother and Dad and Big Brother do, won't you? Well, honey, it's like this. You won't talk too long, will you? Or call all the kids one after another? Or get panicky if you hear someone talking when you start to make a call? (Just hang up, that's all.) And you won't forget to hang up when you are through talking either, will you? Oh, you'll make a fine party-liner. NORTHWESTERN BELL TELEPHONE COMPANY

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