Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on July 24, 1948 · Page 13
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 13

Mason City, Iowa
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Saturday, July 24, 1948
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PRACTICING UP —Mason City is expected to furnish some of the leading contenders in the Mohawk Gun club's North Iowa Skeet tournament here Sunday. Getting in some warmups are, left to right, Frank Dawson, Dudley Decker and Jay Decker; The latter, a 19-year-old Grinnell college student, won both the state 20 gauge and all bore championships this spring. BUYS BUILDING Lakota — I. E. Wortman has purchased the old Needham building now occupied by William Kephart as a barbershop. He will convert it into an office for real estate, insurance and farm loans. ONE OF MANY Already thousands of women, experts and beginners alike, have tried and proved an amazing canning and freezing secret that's downright wonderful. It's the secret of brighter color, firmer texture, finer natural flavor in fruits they put up— yet all you do is make one simple change in your canning/ and freezing syrups. Easy—yes. But you get a syrup that penetrates the fruit through and through—plumps it up, brings out its natural flavor and color. For full details, get the free 32-page 1948 edition of "Finer Canned and Frozen Fruits." In this beautiful book you'll also find exciting recipes, valuable tips on pickles, jellies—a whole treasury of canning and freezing information. Just send postcard to HELEN HOLMES, Dept. 5, P O Box 3346, St. Paul, Minnesota. Advertisement Decorah Gains 98 in School Census Decorah—Figures compiled by A. C. Hancer of Decorah high school faculty, reveal an increase of .98 in the school census of Decorah, The total was 1,186. Last year's total was 1,098. Buried at Clarinda Osage—Friends here have received word of the death of Leslie I. Reed, funeral services for whom were held at Clarinda Friday. He was former dean of men at Iowa State Teachers college, Cedar Falls, owned farms near Osagc and an apartment in Cedar Falls. Death occurred at the home of his only daughter, Mrs. J.. Horton, at Seattle, Wash., Sunday evening. Mr. Reed had retired from active duty at the college. PHIsbury Academy OWATONNA, MINN. For 72 years Pillsbury has successfully prepared boys for college. Individual instruction makes rapid advancement possible for tha brilliant cadet, whilo tho slower student receives generous help. Junior students in the 7th and 8th grades receive the same careful instruction as in the Senior School. Catalogue and full information on request. G. R. STRAYER, Heodmoiter VENETIAN BLINDS Will Beautify Your Home or Office Your Choice of • 4 GRADES of BLINDS. • 10 COLORS of SLATS with MATCHING TAPES. • SOMETHING NEW IN DRAPERY BRACKETS. We will gladly measure your windows and make FREE ESTIMATES ... NO OBLIGATION. • ASK ABOUT OUR LAUNDRY AND REPAIR SERVICE • VENETIAN BLIND MFG. Cr SHADE CO. Visit Us or Phone 64 719 North Commercial Mohawk Club to Hold Skeet Shoot Sunday For the first time since 1942, Mason City will «hold a North Iowa Skeet tournament. The Mohawk Gun club, organized last year, is making plans to entertain shooters from Missouri, Iowa and Minnesota Sunday in an all-day skeet shoot. The 50-target 20-gauge championship event will begin at 10 a. m., with entries closing at 11:30. There will be a champion, class, A and class B prize. The 100-target all-bore championship will open at 1 p. m., with entries closing by 2:30. Ten prizes, including 2 in a separate division for women, will be offered in this event. A title brassard and trophy will go to the winner of each of the 5 classes. Weather makes no difference, Chairman Dcwey Smith has announced. The meet will be held rain or shine. The shoot is open to any amateur. Mason City's strong entry list will be led by Jay Decker, champion of both events at the Iowa spring shoot Brick Strait and Jack Cleveland of Des Moines are 2 top ranking challengers. Tie scores for class championships will be shot off in rounds of 25 targets. Garner High School Class of 1921 Meets Garner—the Class of 1921 of Garner high school held its 8th annual reunion at the Odd Follows park in Clear Lake. The reunion was started in 1941 and has been held every year since with members and their families attending. Those present Sunday were: Mr. and Mrs. Harold Baumgartner of Des Moines, Mr. and Mrs. Mercer Richtcr and son of Emmetsburg, Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Maley and family, Mr. and Mrs. Addis Greiman and family, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Meyer and son, Jirnmy; Mr. and Mrs. Irwin Haupt of Kanawha, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Ward and daughter of Klemme, Mrs. Edith Sonquist and family, Mr. and Mrs. Chet Stille and family, Mrs. Merle Robert? and son, Ross Utt, of Nora Springs, and the following guests: Miss Beverly Tranks and Helene Harbison of Garner and Miss Dixie Welcher of Mason City. Officers elected for next year were Mercer Richter, president; Mrs. Adna Church, vice president, and Lowell Maley, secretary and treasurer. Embassy for Boarders Rio De Janeiro, (/P)—The former Russia embassy in Brazil has been transformed into a boarding house. Brazil broke relations with Russia less than one year ago. PRICES EFFECTIVE FRIDAY EVE AND SATURDAY nL RATH'S TENDR'D — CELLO WRAPPED SMOKED RATH'S LEAN END OF Sliced 5-lb. Box NEWS of RECORD Realty Transfers Cahlll, John, et. al., to Anna Cahlll, $1, (QCD) 1,103 and 401 Midland Heights Add, to M. C., I., ll-K-48. Kltner, • Samuel mnd Mary, to Frank Murtajh and Esther, jt. ten., $1, <WD) SE'.i SWVl 81-38-22 and W l-J!rd of N14 NYVJi 0-91-22, 7-8-48. Randall Bros., to G. S. Randall, SI, <WD) Lit, Blk. 14, R. S. Young's Subd. In Il-9(i-a«, 7-17-48. C. L. Enworth League Institute Assn., to Lola. Hughes, SI, (\VD) L73, C. L. Methodist Camp, 4-2S-32. Arbuckle, Floyd and Phyllis, to Stella Arbuckle, $1, (WD> 1.8, D, 10, Blk. 2, Falrview Add. to M. C., I., C-SO-4H. Stout, Wllma M. and Vernon E.. to Lester E. and Jean L. Codden, jt. ten., SI, (WD) and Add. L5, Blk. 25, Tultle'i Add. C. L., 7-'iO-48. Hollati, August, to Elsie Park, $1. (WU) LIO, Blk. S, Grell's 1st Add. to Ventura, 9-13-48. New Car Sales Henry Uarger, Hotel Ilanford, Chovrc- let truck; F. L. Thompson, route a, Kaiser; Chris Johnston, Clear Lake, Ford;. R. A. Monaghen, Clear Lake, Bulck; Mason City Motor, 10 4th N. E., Frazer; Mid-West Roofing Co., Inc., 30S Oth S. E., Buick. Marriage Licenses George Donclson, 55, Mason City, and Grace Rarr. 43, Mason City; William" W. Lynch, 37, Winnebago Heights, and Betty Lue Laschanzky, 22, Winnebago Heights; George Paladle, legal, St. Paul, and Julie Funarl, legal, St. Paul; John Harvey Zwirner, 21, St. r»ul, and Beverly Eleanor Miller, 10, St. Paul. Divorces Granted Jay from Eleanor Weslcott on grounds of cruel and inhuman treatment. Defendant to have title to property acquired since marriage. Plaintiff to pay court costs. Divorces Fsled I'arker against Inez Parker on grounds of cruel and Inhuman treatment. He asks sole title to property and household goods st 115 7th S. W. Married Jan. 25, J94G. Separated June 28, 13-1H. Jay Wcstcott from Eleanor Westcott on grounds of cruel nnd inhuman treatment. Married Deo. 22, 184H, in Mason City. Separated July 15, ID-IB. Police Court Overtime Parking—Dagle Hobby, Ifi 1st S. E., .1. E. Mcnsch, route 4, Elmer Tupps, lf> Adams N. AV.. Paul Taylor. T.T. 1st S. W.. Clarence Prehm, 3IMI l">th N. W., Little's Radio Service, 1G Jst S. E., each forfeited SI hond. Fire Calls At T:21 a., m. Friday to 013 S. Federal. Overheated electric motor burned out Births Reported (At Mercy Hospital)—Daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Dceny, (515 Maryland S. E., Thursday. Son to Mr. and Mrs. Orltn Taylor, 311 Conn. N. E., Thursday. Daughter to Mr. nnd Mrs. Aloys IIop- senspcreer, Jr., West De Pcrc, AVis., Friday. (At Park—Daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Gayle AV. Burgencr, Garner, Thursday. Nora Springs Sailor Arrives on Missouri Nora Springs—Kenneth E. McNamara, seaman, son of George R. McNamara of Nora Springs, arrived in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, Thursday aboard the battleship USS Missouri, after a 3 .weeks' cruise to Lisbon, Portugal; Nice, France; and Algiers, Algeria. The "Mighty Mo," as the famous battlewagon is endearingly termed by her crew, was part of the midshipmen practice cruise squadron of 13-ships. During the European-African phase of the cruise the squadron operated under the command of Admiral Richard L. Conolly, Com- manclcr-in-Chief of U. S. Nava! Forces, Eastern Atlantic and Mediterranean. SODA GRILL SOLD Osag-e—Ralph Btirnham and Wendell Duncan have purchased the Soda Grill from Willis Gainer Burnham is a former o\viisr cf * 1 "" Grill, having operated it for many years prior to selling to Gaines. Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Duncan will operate the business. Burnham is engaged in insurance work in Osage and will continue his present work. Wendell Duncan, ex- G.I., formerly worked at the Grin, as well as his wife, the former Karen Johnson. CONGREGATIONAL SPEAKER — The Rev. Virsril Foster, state director of religious education for Congregational Christian churches, will speak at the First Congregational church here Sunday morning at 10:45. DENTIST PRACTICE LIMITED TO PLATE WORK J8 FIRST ST. CEDAR RAPIDS SOUTH EAST OES MOINES MASON CITY SIOUX Clf Y 3rdBreakininWeek Reported at Decorah Decorah, (IP) — The Standard Appliance company Thursday reported theft of $125 from the store It was the 3rd breakin reported in Decorah in a week. July 23, _ IMS 5 MU*B Cttr Gl«k«-GftMii«, Mat** Cltjr, U. Sells Home, Buys Another Osagc—Mrs. Leo Lund has sold her home and 4 acres on North Seventh street to . A. H. Foth & Son, who will use the place for their home and plumbing establishment. Mrs. Lund has pur- IT'S ASPIRIN AT ITS BEST St. Joseph ASPIRIN WORLDS LARGEST SELLER AT I0< chased the Hugh Nichols home on North Seventh street. The New TIP TOP TAVERN New Location 516 So. Federal — Phone 1161 — For Up-to-the-Minutc Baseball Scores Sheriff's Office Photo * CASTING THE LOAVES UPON -THE HIGHWAYS—If some customers found the bread supply short Friday, here's a possible reason. This Supreme Baking company truck, shown demolished, sideswiped a Red Dot Food truck near the West Fork bridge south of Rockwell at 6:20 a. m., Friday. Driving the bakery truck was Forrest Crabtree, 19, Hampton, who escaped injury as did Harold Bryan, 212 Hampshire N. E-, driver of the Red Dot truck, which was damaged considerably. Bread and bakery goods from the Supreme panel littered the area. 2nd Summer Term Opens at Luther Decorah — The 2nd summer term at Luther college opened with 252 students, 25 more than last year. The increase was not anticipated. Chicken Houses Burn in Bristow Farm Fire Bristow — Two chicken houses were destroyed by fire at the Jans Miller farm causing a loss estimated at $1,000. It is thought the fire originated from a spark from the exhaust of a tractor while it was being filled. Four barrels of fuel nearby exploded, the flames spreading to the chicken houses and trees. The Bristow and Dumont fire departments responded to the call. Harold Sherman, who operates a spraying outfit, sprayed chemicals on nearby buildings saving them from destruction. ASSISTS ON FARM Nashua—Noble Fisher has gone to the country home of his son Lee Fisher in the Powersville vicinity southwest of Nashua to assist with the farm work. His son was quite badly bitten by a hog which he was loading to take to market. Three stitches were required to close a wound in his leg. AGED MAN DIES St. Ansgar — Funeral services were held in the Methodist church Friday at 2 p. m. for Arthur G. White, 86, who died at the home EX P ERT WATCH REPAIR Insist that experts} * only work on your delicate watches for best results. 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Its beautiful "contour" styling will bring forth admiration from your family and friends. Note these features that will make all kinds of cooking easier, pleasanter: • Double-action Concentrator surface burners r • Fourteen position broiler with smokeless grill • Recessed top light for perfect illumination • Automatic top burner lighters you can depend on « Flush-to-wall construction with toe-recessed base • Safety oven lighter providing maximum protection • Hi-Lo click simmer burners. Minute minder Other new Norge models Include the popular divided-top range and a super- deluxe range with waist-high broiler, oven observation window, and special accessory panel. See the Complete Line of Famous Norge Appliances at Damon's Appliance Center K.fri, er.l.r. w .. h . r .

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