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STEEL COMPANY IN NEW QUARTERS—North Iowa Steel Bldgs., Inc., moved this week to new quarters at 226 19th S. W., where both the office building and the fabricating shop and warehouse are located. The corporation has been operating in Mason City and 6 surrounding counties for about a year, producing buildings similar to those shown here. Globe-Gazette Photo Fabrication of this material will be carried on at the present site, according to Carl Freij, manager, and the firm also plans to enter the field of fabricating steel for housing and light industry. Steel framework for the new Carl Fox home at Clear Lake was fabricated by this corporation. Billion Is Spent for Farm Homes Unprecedented improvement in. housing and home equipment has been taking place on American farms in recent years, according to Melvin H. Baker, chairman of the construction industry information committee. More than a billion dollars were spent in farm construction during the last year, he added. "Preliminary results of a department of agriculture survey indicate a much higher level of farm construction than has been reflected in figures heretofore available," Baker said. "Building industry economists believe that farm building may actually be half again as much as the government estimates of $450 million for new construction and $667 million for maintenance and repair during the last year. Better Conditions "All the available evidence points to an unprecedented transformation in farm living conditions and in farm buildings. In 1940, the bureau of the census found that only 66.1 per cent of all farm dwellings were in good The K.C. BROWN AGENCY FOR DEPENDABLE INSURANCE . . . • FIRE • WINDSTORM • AUTOMOBILE • COMPENSATION • PUBLIC LIABILITY First National Bank Bldg. Phone 1019 Phone 3250 for electrical wiring that- can be depended upon. No Job Too Large or Small C. J. SMITH Electrical Construction 12 Second St. N. W. PHONE 3250 condition or needed only minor repairs.. Now, their latest survey shows that 81.1 per cent are in the good condition classification. "The number of farms with electric lighting has increased in the same period from 31.3 per cent to nearly 60 per cent. "There is much yet to be done to bring farm conveniences up to the level of city dwellings but great progress has been made. "Since 1940, the number of farm dwellings equipped with both private bath and private flush toilet has doubled, although nearly 4 out of 5 farm houses are still without both of these. However, nearly 13 per cent of the remainder do have a private toilet or running water. "It seems obvious, with the continuing high level of farm income and with materials and labor in better supply, that the next census survey will show a far greater rate of improvement than that already achieved. High Incomes "Farm income has readied all- time highs—over $25 billion in 1946 and over $30 billion in 1947 as against less than $D billion in 1939. Farm incomes were also high during the war and enabled many farmers to make extensive improvements. "Records of farm construction during the war are generally believed to be incomplete and do not reflect the actual amount of improvement that is known to have taken place. "Also, the dollar expenditures for farm building always appear low in comparison with construction in cities and to%vns because a great deal is done by the fanner and his hired help. So we actually have more physical volume than is reflected in dollar expenditures." Thomas Paine's pamphlet, "Common Sense," was credited in 1776 with crystallizing sentiment in favor of independence for Britain's colonies in North America. Cement Contracting • FLOORS • SIDEWALKS • STEPS • DRIVEWAYS All Work Done According to Strict Specifications, FREE ESTIMATES C. Tanner 8 Son Phone 5105 You've Never Seen Hot Water like This! Hot Water Bcbgedm glass/ A HBW rfiSCOYEry gives you cleaner, purer, automatic hoc water.:;for every home use;;: sparkling clean as the source itself! Corrosion dirt discolors your bath ::;tank ruse ruins white clothes. Both are banished by the Perma- glas Water Heater; Its tank i« mirror- smooth, sparkling blue glass— glass-fused- to-steeL It CANNOT rust or corrode! Sanitary AS a clean drinking glass; If you want years of truly carefree hot-water convenience, come- in today and s«e this modern heater. l i Heaters EASY PURCHASE TERMS PEOPLES* GAS & ELECTRIC Co: Mason City — Clear Lake — Manly Nora Springs — North wood AP Newsfeaturas A LOW RANCH-STYLE dwelling, designed to face north to give the living room and dining room a sduthern view over the rear terrace. Plan 72 by Walter T. Anicka, architect, 617 Forest Ave., Ann Arbor, Mich., this house can be* 3uilt with or without a basement. The utility room adjoining the dtchen would provide space for cellar stairs. Ample room for a work bench and garden tools is Manned at one side of the garage, which has an entry from both the covered front porch and service vestibule. The house covers an area of 1,280 square feet. The architect suggests a white exter- or of clapboards, shingles or white-washed brick with an asphalt shingle roof in contrasting color. • Phone 989 203i North Federal J.C.PUTHCO. PLUIVIBWG 3 New Homes Started Here Few Permits Issued During Past Week Hinz Gives mpressions of Tour East Fredrick Hinz, son of the Rev. and Mrs. C. A. Hinz, 146 12th N. •V., a member of the Concoi'dia erninary Lutheran Hour chorus vhich is heard each Sunday on he Mutual network, delivered an address entitled "My Impressions of the East" on the KGLO forum Wednesday, July 21. The Concordia chorus is comprised exclusively of theological students of the Concordia sem- nary, St. Louis, Mo. An extended concert tour of 5 weeks duration, hrough 20 eastern states climaxed ;he singing season this year. "As we progressed on our tour, we gradually came into the indus- ;rial east," said Mr. Hinz. ''Prior :o this, I had always thought I snew what the word industry meant, but when we toured the Buick plant in Flint, Mich., and the Goodyear Rubber company in Akron, Ohio, and saw the steel nills of v Youngstown and Pittsburgh, I immediately sensed that my conception of industry did not come up to its many implications. "When I saw the dirty, red smoke belching from the smoke stacks of steel mills and polluting the air of the city, my thoughts went home to Mason City housewives who so often are irked by our unpleasant cement dust. But let me tell you, cement dust is a mild unplcsantry compared to the grimy smoke of the steel mills. "Our tour also called Tor a concert appointment across the United States-Canadian boundary ut Fisherville, Ontario. Saw Historical Monuments "Going back to the states, we find that New England possesses a flavor all its own—Boston with its European-like narrow streets, New Hampshire with its old colonial homes and Vermont with its typical maple products stands stationed along the highway. Naturally, in New England we saw many historical monuments and sites, such as Bunker Hill, the old North Church, and Old Ironsides which now stands in the Boston naval yard. "Interesting as are all of these sites and scenes, there was one place which seemed to touch the heart of every member of the chorus; it was the oicl north bridge and battleground at Concord, Muss., posed there in a setting of silent beauty all its own—the old north river flowing gently beneath it, wending its way through the lush green countryside. And keeping constant vigil over this historic shrine is the statue of the Minuteman, representing America's gallant soldiers during the war of the revolution. Visits New York "Moving down through Massachusetts and Connecticut, we finally arrived in that big city of New York. "Leaving New York, we drove through the scenic Pocono mountains of eastern Pennsylvania, took in Independence and Convention halls, Betsy Ross' home, and the U. S. naval yards in Philadelphia, and finally arrived in the nation's capital, Washing- on, D. C. Here \vc enjoyed our irst day off after 35 concerts in 4 veeks. Washington, D. C., with its lately capitol building, its many vhite-marbled office buildings, ind its memorials, of Washington, Jefferson, and Lincoln, can bu classified as perhaps America's most modern city. "After Washington, D. C., we enter dixieland and the deep south. Here and there we still see the remains of an old southern nansion.with white blooming colon fields on every hand. I hnrl :he pleasure of staying at one of H»i«n City GIob«-G»zel<e, Maion City. In-July 24, 1948 VISIT BOLLYWOOD STUDIO—Irving Hillstrom, circulation manager of the Mason City Globe-Gazette, and his family, visited the set of "Last of the Badmen," Monogram production underway during the latter part of June when the Hillstroms were vacationing' in California. Shown from left to right are Mrs. Hillstrom, I'urry Sullivan, who plays in the picture, Betty Hillstrom, Marjorie Reynolds, also cast in the picture, Mr. Hillstrom and Don Hillstrom. EWSof RECORD Births Reported (Mercy Hospital)—Son to Mr. and Mrs. Freil U'nslcck, y~'l 1'ith place X. K., Saturday. (At North Iowa General Hnspital) — Daughter to Mr. and Sirs. Melvlti Lus- coinb. Clear Lake, Friday. Fire Calls At 9:01 p. in. Friday to 1017 2nd N. E. Cloth fire. At l:»» a. m. Saturday to 410 12th S. E. Cljjarct dropped °" bed. Police Court Overtime Parking—A. A. I,ysnc, R]R n. State. Leslie ISoomhuwcr. route 1, Don H. Campbell, <m Oth N. W., Robert Knapp. US Mill X. E., each forfeited $1 bond. Intoxication — Wayne lUdcllff, Madison N. W., fined SK> and costs. 103rd Division of Reserves Now Training Under Gen. MacNider Fort Kiley, Kans., (U.R)—The 103rd infantry division, i\\\ organized reserve outfit composed of officers, and enlisted men from Iowa, Minnesota, and the Dakotas, began a 15-day training period under its commanding general, Brig. Gen. Hanford Mac- Nider, Mason City, Iowa. Deputy commander is Brig. Gen. George Olmstead, DCS Moinc-s. Chief of staff is Col. Harold Pride, Ames, Iowa. All 3 are veterans of bo in World wars, MacNider in the ' Pacific and his assistants in the China theater. The 103rd was activated in Arizona and New Mexico and fought wearing a ''cactus" patch under the 7th army assault on Germany in World war II. It was activated as a midwest reserve unit after the the war because the 88th division, which had represented the lowa- Minnesota-Dakota area, was still committed in Trieste. Officers from Illinois and Michigan are attached for training. Justice Court No Driver's License—Ehvood Turner, Mason City, fined- $3.i>0 and costs. in Three new homes were started Mason City during the past week, according to the permits issued at the city hall during the week. Douglas Fields was issued a permit to construct a house at 517 13th S. E., $3,500; D. L. Deckard to construct a house at 1807 Hampshire S. E., $3,000: and Victor and Mary Groh to construct a house at 1008 Hampshire N. E., $4,500. Other permits issued included the following: Ida Mae Lock, construct garage at 916 Delaware N. E., $300; Iva and Clyde McCullen, construct garage at 843 5th S.' W., $140; Mutual Federal Savings and Loan, construct garage at 621 Delaware N. E., $500. Avoid the Fall Rush Have your furnace inspected and repaired now. Do not wait until the first cold day and expect to have your furnace repaired on that very day. We are now in position to give you 10 days to 2 weeks service on all repairs. WE HANDLE: Lennox Furnaces for Coal, Gas, Oil John Zink Gas Floor Furnaces Auburn Stokers Lennox Oil Burners York Air Conditioning RAY E. PAULEY CO. Your Heating Dealer for Over 30 Years Phone 963 421-25 So. Federal Sheet Metal Work of All Types Marriage Licenses Edwin A. Daig. legal, SI. Paul, and Hilda McElhannon, legal, Minneapolis; Glenn A. Fcrrlll, ?~>. Slnson City, and Arlcne .lunc Colby, IK, Mason City; Itob- crt II. IHlly, 'iI, Minneapolis, mid I.oulsc A. llouelsix. 21, Minneapolis; Klchard M. Acklcy, M:f. Ollumwa, and Mary Kyan Lewis, !M, Mason City. New Car Sales I.. R. Roderick, Clrar Lake, Chevrolet: S & K Chevrolet Co.. 1H Washington fi. W., Chevrolet; Kev. W. T. Wolfram. Ventura. Chevrolet: Pritchard Motor Co., 202 1st S. K., Tord; K. J. Uogan, Dougherty, ,hese small country manors which lad been in 1hat particular rela- .ion for over 100 years. "Our stay in the south beint? rather brief, we soon were roll- ng back to the great midwest, where native midwesterners love to live. And after arriving home Realty Transfers Wolfram, Thco., Jr., &• Rose, to Leo J. Jt Leah r. Esbeck jt. ten. SI (1VD). L 4 Clear View Add. to Ventura. 7-21-48. riom, Lars & Jenny, to Laurence Keith & Lnrcii M. Keith jt. ten. SI <\VD). Part L 5 ii\ Subil. of I, H A !> in Subd. of SW'i SW'i IH-iHi-2t. 7-ri-lS. Ilullm.-m, David, lo Bertha Revliis SI <QC11). L II. Hlk. I! Home Park Add., to MCI. 7-22-tS. Kevins. Bertha, to David Hultman SI (WI1). L r_> & IS, BIk. i; Home 1'ark Add., MCI. 7-2J-1S. Ilevins. Bertha, to ttcssie .lohnson SI (Wl>). L 11 A; IS, Rlk. f> Home Park Add., MCI. 7-22-iR. LookinRland, Charlotte, to Xlck Frank Thotiadr-s SI <U'n>. Tart of Lots 21 & M(i, IUk. 1 Outlet Park Add., CL. 7-2!-lX. with liind more than us, we all 5,000 miles agreed that be- the midwest is still the best." List Teachers at Marble Rock School Board Elects Faculty for 1948-49 Marble Rock—The school board announces the following for the coming year: teachers I'lans Building Osasre—John W. Moore, real estate dealer, an ex-Gl, has purchased a vacant lot. directly north of the Lnshbrook drug store, and announces that a business building is to be erected there soon. N. M. Pryor, manager of the Osagc war surplus store, plans to occupy the new building as soon as it is completed. J. Worth Miller, superintendent, instructor in music. Wayne Fowler, high school principal, coach, agriculture and industrial arts. Mrs. Wayne Fowler, 5th and 6th grades. Naurene Duffau, of Rockwell, history and homemnking. Mrs. . Helen Miller, English, dramatics and vocal. James Overhy, of Dubuque, science and mathematics. Josephine Prohaska, of Des Moines, commercial. Ramona Pringle, of Shell Rock, 7th and 8th grades. Mary Flint, of Nashua, 3rd and 4th grades. Norma Nelson, of Armstrong, 2nd grade. Lela Baker, of Waucoma, 1st grade. SITCKOW RITES HELD Klemmc—Funeral services for Mrs. Takline M. Suckow, 86, widow of Henry L. Suckow, were held at the Methodist church Friday, the Rev. Herschel E. Harvey officiating. She died Monday evening. The survivors include 7 children, one sister and 2 brothers. Her husband died in 1932. Vatican City, granted the status of an independent state within Rome in 1929, covers 109 acres. RIDE AWAY... Heads Auxiliary Garner —Clco McCormick, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roy McCormick of Garner, head nurse at the Forest City medical clinic, wns elected president of the American Legion Auxiliary, Forest City, at the recent annual election. She succeeds Mrs. E. E. Worth, who was elected first vice president. ASSIST FARMER Fredericksburg —Approximately 35 businessmen went to the Carl Moetsch farm, northeast of town, nnd shocked a 50 acre field of oats. Mr. Moetsch is n patient at St. Joseph's hospital in New Hampton. instie s Think of getting up to 75 miles on a gallon of gas It's the modem, economical method of transportation. W« want to •how you how easy you can own • Cushmun—and SAVE. Coma ia TODAY. CENTRAL AUTO ELECTRIC CO. 25 1st St. S. \V. Phone 14? Genuine Cirihmin r»rt» and ' Service . . In the affairs of men,' says Hercute Poirot as he talks to Scotland Yard about the murder of Robert Under- hay, "which someone has turned to his own end." Which of the suspects had taken the golden tide at its flood? Poirot thought he knew. For Agatha Christie fans, this latest mystery novel is a must. Beginning in the Mason City Globe-Gazette Wednesday, July 28

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