Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on July 23, 1948 · Page 18
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 18

Mason City, Iowa
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Friday, July 23, 1948
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Tax CREDIT IS PART OF OUR SERVICE WE MAKE IT A REAL CONVENIENCE $64.75 HtlZttRG'S Tti-T«n" BUDGET PLAN 10% OOWH 10% MONTHLY HERE and THERE Manly — The Jolly Club, comprised of young businessmen and their wives of Manly, enjoyed a picnic supper at East park in Mason City Monday. AJta Vista—Mr. and Mrs. August Giffey of Chicago and Mr. and Mrs. Dan O'Brien of Naperville, 111., have returned after spending several days visiting Mrs. Clara Radtke here. Bradford—A reception was held in the church dining room recently for Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Olson who were married at Hampton Saturday. Mrs. Olson is the former Wilma Weir. Manly — Mr. and Mrs. J. E. blackmore of Cottage Grove, Ore., and Mrs. Flora Marple, Fergus Falls, Minn., who are visiting in the home of Mrs. Myra Knowles, accompanied Mrs. Knowles and Martha and Wilbur to Clear Lake Sunday where they joined a group of relatives for a picnic dinner. Greene — Mr. and Mrs. John Hoeft and Sue Ann of Clear Lake were recent guests in the home of John's mother, Mrs. Jesse Hoeft. John is employed by the Edgington and Southard Construction company in Clear Lake. LeRoy, Minn.—Ernest Boyd of Livermore spent a few days with his sister, Susan. St. Ansgar — Mr. and Mrs. Ed •Tessman celebrated their 45th wedding anniversary Sunday. Chester — Dick Cray and Jay BaldvVin left Monday morning for Boulder, Colo., where they will attend summer session of "the University of Colorado. Manly — Mr. and Mrs. Gail Bailey are parents of a son born July 17. Mr. Bailey is the newly elected principal of the Manly school. Waucoma—Mrs. James E. Koehler and children Pamela and Thomas of Pittsburgh, Pa., came for their annual summer visit with her mother, Mrs. Hattie Cochran. Rudd—Mrs. I. W. Edie has returned from Des Moines where she. visited her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Dyre, and children and her daughter, Jo Ann, who is working in Brady's drug store in West Des Moines. Riceville — Mrs. Vern Hooper went to St. Paul to accompany her husband's mother, Mrs. T. J. Hooper from St. Paul to her home in Cresco. Bristow—Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kocher of Clarksville and Mr. and Mrs. Alton Kocher of Florida visited friends at Bristow recently. Riceville—Leo Tonn of ELma, Albert Tonn and Sam Wilner drove to Chicago Monday to bring riome Francis Tonn to spend his boot leave from the navy. At the end of his leave Francis will report at Memphis, Tenn. Chapin—Mr. and Mrs. Henry Smid were at Waverly to attend a picnic of the Smid families. Goodell — Mr. and Mrs. Carl reen and 2 sons were guests of Ventura relatives, the Karl Schef- elbeins. Lakota—Dennis, Kay and Pat Murray left Friday for Colorado. Dennis and Kay are at Ft. Collins where Dennis will be graduated in 4 weeks. Pat is at Camp ~hiley in Estes Park, a girl's camp. Scarville—Alfred Nelson has accepted a position as janitor at the consolidated school at Lyons, S. Dak. Wesley—Mr. and Mrs. John ftutcheson and her brother, Fred Lawler, left recently for a 2 weeks' vacation in northern Minnesota. , Marble Rock •— Mrs. Lavone Adams and 2 daughters, Linda and Sheryl of Piouche, Nev., left for their home Tuesday after spending 3 weeks in the Mr. and Mrs. Will McRpberts home and with other relatives. Swaledal e—Mr. and Mrs. Charles Jindrich, Jack, Paul and Phyllis of Gladbrook were recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Jindrich. Popejoy—Mr. and Mrs. Glen Miller and 2 daughters of Green Bay, Wis., are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Miller and family. Ackley—Mrs. John Hunt was taken to Allen Memorial hospital at Waterloo for observation. Calmar—Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Winn, Jr., and son and Mrs. Winn's mother, Mrs. CilJen, of Davenport, visited at the Ed Winn, Sr., and Earl Winn homes. Luverne—Mr. and Mrs. Don Lichty, Chicago, 111., who have been visiting here and in Canada, nave returned home. Calmar—Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hove departed for Brainerd, Minn., where they will spend their vaca- ion. Goldfield—Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Steuland are the parents of a daughter born at the Mercy hospital, Ft. Dodge, Sunday. Marble Rock—Mrs. Tillie Lamb returned home after spending 2 weeks visiting her children in Minnesota. Allison—Paul Harms of St. Pe- :ersburg, Fla., is visiting at the lome of his mother, Mrs. Henry Harms, and other relatives. St. Ansgar—John Klindt, son of Mr. and Mrs. Chris Klindt, is in an Iowa City hospital with an attack of infantile paralysis. Chester — Mrs. Bess" Thompson and son, Kenneth, have returned to their home in Kingman, Ariz., after spending a week at the D. C. Jorgensen home. OsAgt —Francis Jeffries, son of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Jeffries, left for San Antonio, Tex., where he en- :ers the army air corps, with special training as mechanic. Francis was graduated from the Osagc high school in 1948. Hanlontown — Sgt. and Mrs. ilalph Pauley and children of Edgewater, Md., were recent juests at the home of Mr. and VIrs. Howard Kisner. The Pauleys are former residents here. Otranto—Marilyn Moore is home after spending 6 weeks with relatives in Minneapolis. Otranto — Shirley Urbatch of Censett is a house guest of her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Art Jones. FIRST ENLISTEE—Gerald M. Van Buskirk, the first enlistee under the one-year enlistment plan for 18-year-olds to be accepted by the Mason City recruiting station Wednesday, is shown here being interviewed by Lt. A. C. Early in a KGLO broadcast. Standing behind the 2 are Gerald's parents, *Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Van Buskirk of Goodell. Gerald, who will be 19 years old next week, was graduated from the Belmond high school last spring. He lives with his parents on a farm northwest of Goodell. His father is a World war I enlistee and a brother, Earl, was a navy enlistee in World war II. If he likes it this first year, he may stay in, he said. Allison School Offers Budget Hearing to Be Held on Amount Raised by Tax Allison — The proposed budget for the Allison independent school district for the year beginning July 1 calls for $30,473 to be raised by taxation. Hearing on the budget will be July, 26 at 8 p. m. at the schoolhouse. Total expenditures for the year ending June 30, 1947, were $36,512; for-the year ending June 30, 1948, $39,904. The proposed budget includes $27,405 for the general fund, transportation, $750; text books and supplies, $218; pension-state system, $300; schoolhouse (voted) $550; bonds and interest, $1,250. The giraffe probably has a longer neck than any other living animal, but it has only seven neck vertebrae, the same as most animals. TALK PACKS PUNCH Chicago, '(/P)—The audience at Darwin school heard the briefest —and probably most provocative —of all commencement orations. There was only one speech. The full text: "Ice cream and cookies now will be served in the gymnasium." The graduates, clutching their kindergarten diplomas, scurried from the stage to the tables. ATHLETES K)OT GERM HOW TO KILL IT. IN ONE HOUR, IF NOT PLEASED, your 35c back Ask any drugRist for this STRONG fungicide, TE-OL. Made with 90 percent alcohol. It PENETRATES, Reaches and kills MORE germs laster. Today at Er.gler Drug Co. DURING OUR JULY CLEARANCE MEN'S SHOES Included in This Sale . . . Our Nationally Advertised Brands of Men's Footwear Brown and Whites Two-tone Jans Perforated Oxfords ... In Fact MOST ANY STYLE YOU'LL WANT Standard Values to $18.95 Come and Get Them ot Only— »8.5O BUY SEVERAL PAIR AT THIS PRICE Just Received — Shipment of Those Famous ARMYTYPE OXFORDS Made Orer the Regular Army Last All Leather Soles — Fine Calf Uppers BUILT FOR EXTRA LONG SERVICE They're Really Comfortable WHY PAY MORE? ODD LOT SHOE CO. 121 South Federal HARRY TAMRES MAURICE KITSIS Cutlet WAP SURPLUS STORE Mason City's Largest and Most Complete War Surplus Store 222 South Federal WAR SURPLU All Wool Mummy Type Army Sleeping Bags $2.88 Westinghouse ,. 16-ox. High Pressure DDT Bombs $149 SUN GLASSES llolfcerertt Cast with Each Pair $ Nate* Framel MOrHEX-OF.PCAftl BKOW IfST Mft 4 NOSE RESUJ 4 base ground and polished, sage ere«n colored optical plate lens absorb 96% of the eye-damaging ultraviolet and infra-red rays. ALL MAIL ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED Brand New Army Sun Helmets $149 Brand New White Navy //•fit Shirts 3 for $2.00 $• BRAND NEW — ARMY TYPE WRIST WATCHES • 17 JEWEL • WATERPROOF • DUSTPROOF • SHOCKPROOF • ANTI-MAGNETIC • 1NCABLOC MOVEMENT • STAINLESS STEEL BACK • SWEEP SECOND HAND • LUMINOUS DIAL • FULLY GUARANTEED Brand New Suntan Pants.. $3.69 Brand New — Grey "Chiefs" Pants, $3.69 New — O. D. or White Cotton Work Sox. doz. $2.88 New — Navy Dual Tube Lifebelts 98c Fancy Cotton Boxer Shorts... 98c Large Sire — New 6 FOR Turkish Towels $2.00 Brand New Suntan Shirts.. $3.19 Brand New — Grey "Chiefs" Shirts, $2.95 New — Blue Denim Navy Dungarees.... $1.88 Brand New — White or Grey Sailor Hats .... 59c White Cotton Knit Briefs..... 59c Blue Chambray Navy Shirts..* $149 ARMY FOLDING COTS ARMY PUP TENTS Brand New Hardwood Frame Canvas Covering $5.95 Slightly Used $3.95 and $4.95 Sent Freight Collect Used But in Good Condition. Less Poles and Stakes Sent Freight Collect. WE HAVE THEM! Genuine Army Surplus 5-CAL. GASOLINE CAN Sen ' *"*" Collect FLEXIBLE NOZZLE FOR CAN $2.98 ... 98c New — Army Surplus — Sent Freight Col. 5-Gal.WaterCansS1.95 New — Longines — Wittnaur Pocket Compass $1.49 Brand New — Sent Freight Collect Air Mattress . $14.95 Brand New — White Sweat Sox. ... 49c New — Officers' Pink Gabardine Dress Slacks. $12.50 It's the Best — Army issue Foot Powder . . 29c Brand New—White or O. D. HANDKERCHIEFS, $f.OO 6 for 1 New—White Cotton ANKLETS 29c New—O. D.—Brass Buckle WEB BELTS New—Air Corps AO*i DUST GOGGLES... 7OC Used—All Wool ARMY BLANKETS Large Size—Brown « «f_ SHOE POLISH.... 1/C New— Stainless Steel WATCH BANDS New O. D. HUCK $« .00 TOWELS, 3 for ____ 1 New — Seconds CANVAS GLOVES We Now Have in Stock a Complete Line of METAL LUGGAGE, Ranging From $3.95 , $19.95 ORDER BY MA8L — We Pay Postage Unless Otherwise Noted 222 SOUTH FEDERAL Mason City's Largest «nd Most Complete WAR SURPLUS STORE

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