Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on July 24, 1948 · Page 14
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 14

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4 July 23, 1948 •!•»•• Ctty Gl»fc»-G»»«tt« p MM«B City, to. Hitler GHQ Now "Amerika Haus" Munich, Germany, (JP) —Hitler's former headquaters where the Munich pact of 1938 was signed Is now "Amerika Haus"—a U. S. information center for Germans. Here 15,000 books, 5,000 magazines and newspapers, music rooms, lecture halls and a theater are provided for Germans to learn •bout the United States and the rest of the world from which they have been isolated so long. It is one of the biggest of several such centers* in American zone cities. In- general, men and women auto drivers make the same mistakes, tests have proved. No. 43 in Series — Fathers and Sons Working Together in Mason City NOW HE WANTS IHSURAHCE^m GREGERSON Insurance Agency ' Phone 3983 nothing tafces the place of a stool.., Globe-Gazette Photo IN SHOW PRINTING BUSINESS— David V. Temple, shown at left, W. M. Temple and Robert Temple, of the Central Show printing company, incorporated, pictured above examining a circus poster produced in their plant, constitute a father and 2 son team em-* ployed together. The father, W. M. Temple, was associated with the Globe-Gazelle printing department prior to establishment of the Temple show printing plant in 1913. The present building of the company, at 407 3rd N. E., was erected in 1936. The Central Show Printing company is considered the largest plant of its kind in the United States. David V. Temple, manager of commercial sales for the company that handles weekly poster service for more than 700 grocers, entered the firm on a full time basis in 1929, upon graduation from the Mason City high school. He was employed during vacation periods while attending high school. Robert Temple became actively affiliated with the company in 1945, following gradualion from the local high school and a 2 yeai attendance at a Chicago an school. Robert also worked on a part time basis while in school. David Temple's daughter, Patricia, a high school senior who is aspiring to an art career, is member of the firm's art department during the summer vacation period. They Used to Work in the Bygone Days Altoona, Pa., (U.R)—-If younger folks want to compare wages and hours of today with those of any time in the past half century, they might consult John P. Horner's ledger. The 65 year old carpenter has kept his little book every day ove his 50 year working life. It shows that in 1899 he earnec 5 cents an hour for 10 hours a day, 6 days a week, as an apprentice. In 1902 the book notes he worked 297 hours a month on one job—almost double the present average of 160 hours lor a 4 week work month. Beer Drinking Up Madison, V/is., (U.R)— B e e r drinking, always a major pastime in Wisconsin, is more popular than ever. Wisconsin residents, who drank an average of 25 gallons each in 1946, now are consuming HERE and THERE Latlmer—Mrs. Roy Beaverland- er of Marshalltown is visiting with jer mother, Mrs. Martha Christenen. Goodell — Mrs. Ed Haupt is a jatient in the Steele Memorial hos- pilal at Belmond recovering from a major operation. Latimer—Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Ulrich and sons, Robert and Roger Ulrich, of Cedar Falls visited recently with Mrs. Martha Christensen. Mrs. Ulrich will be remem- sered by many Lalimer people as Miss Bess Garnet a former school .eacher. Goldfield—Mr. and Mrs. W. D. VTcCutcheon, Mr. and Mrs.' George VTcCutcheon. Andrew McCutcheon, Miss Edna McCutcheon, Mr. and VIrs. Joel Deutscher attended a Provan family picnic at the picnic grounds near the Little Brown church at Nashua recently. Ackley—Mr. and Mrs. Howard Rath and Howard, Jr., Marine, Cal., are visiting in the home of W. T. S. Rath and family, enroute to their home from the east. Marble Rock—Miss Millie Losee and Jamise Hayungs of Greene were visitors in Charels City Wednesday. Latimer—Mrs. Inga Arneson left for her home in New Effington, S. Dak., after an extended visit with her daughters, Mrs. Elmer Muh- lenbruck and Miss Bernice Arneson. Miss Bernice Arneson and Gary Muhlentaruck accompanied her home. Calmar—Mayor and Mrs. E: J. Hackett left Wednesday for Chicago where they will visit at the home of their daughter, Bette, and family. Spillvllle—Emil Benda and daughter concluded their visit at the F. J. Marek home and left for their home in Detroit, Mich. Swea City—Mayor A. G. Eggers is having new sidewalks laid fronting his new homo which is under construction. The city is having a new storm sewer dug near the Baptist parsonage to carry off surplus water. Cresco—Mrs. John 'Gould and son John of Birmingham, Ala., are visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Kelsey. Chester — Mrs. Casmer Armstrong is a patient in Mercy hospital, Cresco, following a stroke. Calmar—Mrs. A. K. Boe was taken to the Dccorah hospital where she is receiving medical reatments. Latimer—Mr. and Mrs. Harold <!eilsen of Chicago are visiting Mr. nd Mrs. Jens Roed and Mr. and VIrs. Guy Simons at Hampton. Spillville—Dr. Alois Kovarik arrived from New Haven, Conn., or a vacation with his sister, Vtary Kovarik. Latimer—Mr. and Mrs. Richard Vlartin and 2 daughters left for heir home in Sacramento, Cal., ^ Globe-Gazette Photo PAPER BOYS' SPECIAL —Joseph Cornelius, 223 26th S. W., is shown above just after release of a folded newspaper in the paper boys' special, an event of the annual Mason City playground bicycle day at Roosevelt stadium that tested the accuracy of a boy's throw while mounted on a moving bicycle. The targets were a series of 5 barrels located approximately 12 feet distant. Hold Annual Playground Bicycle Day The annual Mason City playground bicycle day, under the supervision of Kenneth Church, public recreation director, was held Thursday afternoon at wind swept Roosevelt stadium. The program, which attracted participants from every playground site, included a parade, a midget quarter mile race, a papers boy special, a girls 100 yard race a junior half mile race, a midge tricycle race, a plank ride, a scooter race and a junior mile relay. Ribbons were awarded to the Is 3 place winners in each event Playground supervisors, who assisted in conducting the program, were Jim Ore, Lucile Bauman, Don Lavender, Maybelle Adelsman, Jeanyce Hansen, Judith Johnson, Bob Cole, Tom Lane, Paris DiGregorio, Joe McCauley, Paul Kellogg, Jack Makeever, Alyce Boyce and A.nne Rockey. The results were: Parade, Garfield, Monroe, Roosevelt. Midget quarter mile race, Richard Snell, Madison, Chapman, McKinley, Brims, Monroe. Paper boys special, (midget), Eggert, East Park, Chapman, McKinley. (Junior), Locks, Roosevelt, Portis, Madison, Olson, Madison. Girls 100 yard race, Anderson, Monroe, Johnson, Madison, Rath, Garfield. Half mile race, Phillip Saunders, Roosevelt. Wagner, Roosevelt, Shunkwiler, McKinley. Tricycle race, Beverly Duckit, Grant, Bloominedale, Madison, Johnson, Madison: Plank ride, Kris, Roosevelt, Jenkins, Parker's Woods, Bill Welch. Scoot- er race, Evans, Roosevelt, Vattlr, Roosevelt, Marchend, MadisorL Mile relay, Roosevelt, McKinley* Wadison. Visits Former Buddy Cresco—Francis De Walle, deputy Howard county recorder, is visiting v John H. Grobowski at' Long Island, N. Y. The young men were buddies in the navy during World war II. Grobowski spent some time in Cresco visiting in the DeWalle home and Francis returned to Long Island with him. Hires SELLS RESIDENCE Manly—The Lioyd Wendell residence here has been sold to William Kelly. The Wendells expect to move to Des Moines where they formerly lived, and where it is more convenient for Mr. Wendell as engineer for the Rock Island. beer at the rate of 29i gallons per capita. North American birds that have disappeared recently include the Labrador Duck, Heath Hen, Eskimo Curlew, Great Auk, Passenger Pigeon, and Carolina Parakeet. It's a restful seat for doing home tasks— plus a safer means of reaching high places. Rubber-treaded steps swing in, swing out. Model illustrated has padded, upholstered seat and back, chromium finish. Other styles without back or up- holstcry, enamel finish. Choice of gay colors. Come) choose yours now. NESS /T/7 20 East State PHONE 17 Come in and see this remarkable oil-heater model! Has famous money-saving Coleman low-draft burner, low- flame fuel-saver, automatic draft control. With power blower (optional) gives flow of warm air at floor level. Puts out 51,000 heat units per hour —circulates 19,800 cubic feet of warm air per hour. And it's a beauty! See it on our floor. KEEP WARMER Convenient Terms Hess WHAT YOU NEED IN AN ELECTION YEAR Everybody needs to know about his government every year—but especially in an election year. OUR PRESIDENTS and THEIR WIVES has tables showing the popular and electoral votes for every presidential election, and gives you a brief summary of each administration from Washington to Ti'uman, as well as a sketch of each first lady. This is background material which you need for intelligent voting. There are also 6 pages of fascinating facts about the presidents, and a portrait of each president and white house mistress. Order your copy today—25 cents, postpaid. — Use This Coupon — The Mason City Globe-Gazette Information Bureau, 316 Eye St., N. E., Washington 2, D. C. I enclose TWENTY-FIVE CENTS in coin (carefully wrapped in paper) for a copy of the booklet OUR PRESIDENTS AND THEIR WIVES. Name Street or Rural Route City State (Mail to Washington, D. 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