Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on July 23, 1948 · Page 22
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 22

Mason City, Iowa
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Friday, July 23, 1948
Page 22
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8 July 22, 1948 Ma*»n City GI«bc-G>xeUe, Mason City, Im. Democrats Name More Delegates The selection of 36 additional delegates -to the state democratic convention at KENT Radio theater, Des Moines, on July 30 was announced Thursday by Dr. Sterling E. Barber, chairman of the Cerro Gordo county democratic central committee. At the recent county democratic convention 36 delegates to the state convention were named and the' county democratic central committee authorized to name 36 additional delegates, thus giving each of the total delegates of 72 half a vote at the state conclave. The additional delegates are: Henry C. Anderson, Sherwood Skovgaard, Benjamin Prohska, R. A. Homan, Elgar Z Haight, Axel Anderson, Mrs. Don Sivwright, William J. Hartlelder, Mrs. Hallie Mack, Mrs. Belle Woodstock, Cecil H. Avise, John Dougherty. Ray E. Griffith, Mrs. Eva Mey- srs, Mrs. Mabel Prestholt, Robert Pine, Amy Lou Hall, Mrs. Mildred Peters, Donald A. True, Mrs. Ethel Patterson, Glen Amasson, Carl Carlson, Mrs. Ruth Hanson, Mrs. Helene Amling. A. M. Schanke, L. T. Gallogly, Mrs. Hazel M. Pedelty, Harold Grattidge, M. C. Coughlon, Wayne Wood, J. P. Humphrey, Charles O'Harrow, Mrs. Leona Cannon, Charles Smith, Mrs. Bert Lieuwen, Tenney E. Hanson. Tip Top Jovem Is Remodeled; to Hold Opening on Friday The Tip Top Tavern has been completely remodeled and will have its grand opening at 516 S. Federal Friday. Kenny Hutzell is the proprietor of this tavern, which offers the sports returns on baseball during the season. A line of sandwiches, beer, cigarets, cigars and soft drinks is carried. Attend Funeral Brltt^Mrs. Catherine Weiland Greenwalt was in Clear Lake to attend military funeral rites for her grandson, T/5 Cletus Weiland, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Weiland, who was killed in action in Iwo Jima in 1945. Cletus was born near Britt but entered service from Cerro Gordo , county Burial took place in Memorial Park cemetery. Van Ness Co NEWEST. FINEST FREEZER FOR YOUR HOME Now you can save more food dollars with the greatest new Freezer in history— Am ana Model 18. Designed for better living; holds 630 pounds of frozen 'jods yet it takes iess floor space. Five year insurance against food spoilage included and 5 year free replacement warranty on sealed-in mechanism. You will be proud to own this new freezer with al! its modern conveniences. See It Today. Amana Home Freezers also available in standard type of 5 and 10 cu. ft. Easy on Homemaker Reach-in for all foods without stooping, groping-. Easy on Budget Learn why families say food savings pay for Amana Freezer. Easy on the Eyes Gleaming, glistening all white D u P o n t Dulux finish! JASK ABOUT OUR CONVENIENT PAYMENT PLANJ ie Van Ness/;// 20 East State Phone 17 SUGAR COATED-SPICED JELLY STRINGS Sugar 9 spice and everything nice! Extra tender delicious. Assorted colors and flavors. An old time favorite. FULL FROSTY- ICED COCOA N UT SQUARES Cool and £*fr*«hiag RANGE SLICES Delicious Sugar Coated as* MUSEUM ON WHEELS—Pictured above is the "museum on wheels," a highly mobile miniature museum mounted on the chassis of a 1931 model A Ford that was located Thursday at the corner of Federal and First street north. This collection of interesting items, gathered from throughout the world, is brought to Mason City by the local Disabled American Veterans organization. It's owner, Fred Shelden, Spencer, Nebr., states that the museum has toured 42 states and has traveled a total of 159,000 miles. Such items as antiquated pistols and rifles of revolutionary war vintage, gambler's pistols, a coffee mill that ^is reportedly 200 years old, a Chinese opium pipe, bear traps, gold pans used in the California rush, and a collection of currency and coins are among the many items on display. Globe-Gazette Pholo "JOCKO"—One of the features of the "museum on wheels" is "Jocko," an 11 year old monkey, whose almost human antics are a continual source of amusement. "Jocko" is shown above on a platform constructed on the hood of the truck, with his master, Fred Shelden. An instant after this picture was taken, "Jocko," frightened by the flash bulb, ripped off his hat, dropped his pipe, and advanced menacingly toward Globe-Gazette Photographer Chuck Sorlien as far as his restraining chain'would permit. Mr. Shelden plans to remain in Mason City Friday, travel to Osage Saturday and to Clear Lake Sunday. NEWS of RECORD Realty Transfers Totter, Alvlra C. aiitl Karl <;., to \Vll- bert R. and TJta J. Xcttifcc, jt. ten., 51, (WD) L<K1 Hoyt's 1st Add. to M. C., I., 7-20-48. Heimtiuch, Christ and Kali, In Chester A. Carroll, $1, <VVD) N (il) feet of IJ7 Blk. 9, B. & O. Add., M. C., I., 7-1H-1K. Keld, V. A. and Uinnlc A., to Edwin E. and Ida Mae Bergman, Jt. ten., Sl> OVD) L5, Blk. 22, Rockwell, 1-21-1H. Cory, Lonnlc E. anil Mollle II., to Paul J. and Minnie P. Busch, jt. ten., SI, (WD) US, Blk. 7, E. 1'ark PI., Add., M. C., I., 7-12-4S. Devary. Druslc, to V. A. Reid, $1, (QCD) L.3, Blk. 22, Rockwell, 7-21-J8. Hathaway, Clyde C., ct. al., lo Chester A. Carroll, $1, (QCD) N 60 feet «f 1,17, Blk. !>, B. & O. Add. M. C., I., 7-IX-48. Atkinson. Rachel M. and L. S., to L. S. and Rachnet M. Atkinson, jt. ten., SI, t\VD> tract In L10. Blk. 9, Varkcr'n JlrtI Add. M. C., fi-l!)-18. Petersen, M. Spencer, to Bernice M. Tail, SI, (WD) E -U feet of T,ots JO and 11, Blk. 5, Parker's 15th Add., M. C., I., 7-17-4H. Stain, N. C., and Marguerite, lo Virgil F. and Flo V1IU E. Butler, jt. ten.. 51, (WD) S 300 ft. of L24, Blk. 17, College Add. M. C., 7-19-48. Glllard, Clarence L. and Francis Gillard, to Jane E. Stlnson. $1. (WD) IV>(>, Blk. 9, Home Park Add. M. C., I., 2-13-48. New Car Sales Rabcn Grcll, Ventura, Chevrolet; Standard OH Co., Mason City, International truck: Patrick II. Cnhalnn, 108 Madison N r . W.. Pontlac; McEldoon Park and Snnn, Clear Lake, International truck; George Heelland, Clear Lake, Oldsmobllc. Police Court Intoxication—Fred F. Gallcln, 209 Kith N. W., forfeited $10 bond. Overtime Parking—Frank Enbusk, 20S l)th N. W., forfeited SID bond. Births Reported (At Mercy Hospital) — Son to Mr. and Mrs. Roger Grell, II31G 25th S. W., Wert- Son to Mr. and Mr». Robert Buck man, Nora Springs, Wednesday. Son to Mr. and Mrs. Earnest Hunt, Clear Lake, Wednesday. (At Park Hospital) — Daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Ausley A. Walswlck, 8I9',i Polk S. W., Wtdnexd&y. Daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Wayne II. Turnbull, 2(WO Carolina N. C., Thursday. Fire Calls At 11.07 a. tn. Wednesday to the front of 222 S. Federal. Motor scooter on fire. Fire »ut upon arrival of equipment. Clear Lake Courts Traffic Violations—Theodore llaiapa- pouUs, Mason Clly, no operator'* license, lined f!> and eo»U. v Raymond II it k e r lamb, Algona, allowing unlicense* operator to drive, fined |5 and cosls. Disorderly Conduct—John 11. Nelson, charged with disorderly conduct under th« elty ordinance, pleaded tulll and win fined $10 and rail*. Monopolies of State Give Poland Revenue Warsaw, Poland, (jp) —Poland is getting 27 per cent of her national revenue from the sale through state monopolies of vodka, spirits, salt, cigarets, pipe tobacco and matches. The "Economic Daily" reported income from these monopolies in 1947 totaled 61,900,000,000 zlotyz, or 27.7 per cent o£ the total state budget. Undergoes Surgery Osag-e—Word from Mr. alid Mrs. Clarence Tesch, formerly of Osage, now of El Reno, Okla., says their only son, Gary, is hospitalized at an Oklahoma City hospital with injuries to the knee resulting in surgery. He had an operation last week and is reported recovering. PILES TROUBLE! For Quick Relief DON'T DET,AY ANT LONGER! NoW, k doctor's formula you can \iao at home to roliovo distressing dtucomrort of pain- Itch—Irritation due to piles, Tends to soften and shrink swelling. Uso tills provoa doctor's tormuliu You'll bo amazed at Its speedy action relief. Ask your druggist today for Thornton & Minor's Rootal Ointment or Suppositories. Follow label In* •tructlons. For sale at all drug stores. In Mason City at Ford Hopkins and OSCO Drugs. RIDE AWAY... Think of getting up to 75 mile* on a gallon of gas It'i the' modern, economical method of transportation. W* want to •how you how easy you can own SAVE - Com ' CENTRAL AUTO ELECTRIC CO. 25 1st SI. S. W. Phone 143 Genuine Cnshman ParU and Hervlo* PICTURES BY WIRE Melbourne, (#>)—A 4,000 mile wire-picture circuit is being set up in Australia in time for the royal visit next year. Postoffice officials have purchased equipment in England which will make it possible to send pictures be tween alJ major cities from Bris bane to Perth. WHAT KIND OF PEOPLE ARE Your Mason City Coast-to-Coast Store Presents Its First Annual BABIES and CHILDRENS PHOTO CONTEST CHILDREN UP TO 13 YEARS OF AGE ELIGIBLE * 1OO.OO Like any others suffering from constipation due to lock of diet-bulk — just smarter/ And smarter yet to eat Nabisco 100% Bran! For this one bran is "finer-milled" to help relieve you without harsh upset—to give you mildor, easier action. You'll find Nabisco lOOTc Bran is finer-flavored, too—tastes really good at breakfast! (See a doctor if constipation is not relieved.) In Photograph PRIZES Entry Fee 50c Per Child-No Other Charges Winners To Be Judged On Personality And Expression Only — EVERY CHILD HAS A CHANCE — FIRST PRIZE—$35.00 In Photos—Second Prize $20.00 In Photos Third Prize $15.00 In Photos Five Additional Prizes Totaling $30.00 In Photos. Full Set of Proofs Shown WINNERS ARE SELECTED FROM THOSE PHOTOGRAPHED AT COAST-TO-COAST STORE, MASON CITY REMEMBER—This is NOT a beauty contest. Only Personality and Expression, will be Judged. YOUR child has as good a chance as any. ONE PICTURE GIVEN TO EACH CONTESTANT Photographs taken at Coast-to-Coast Store in Mason City by "Uncle John," famous Children's Photographer who has photographed over 100,000 babies and children. 4 DAYS ONLY SATURDAY, MONDAY, TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY JULY 24-26-27-28 HOURS 9 A. M. TO 5:30 T. M. — NO APPOINTMENT NEEDED Locally Owned Coast - To - Coast Stores Nationally Organized 112 South Federal — Just South of Palace Theatre 'MICKEY" KAUFMAN, OWNER PHONE 394 MASON CITY, IOWA NOW IS THE TIME TO CHECK UP ON YOUR EYES Come to the Mason City Branch Office of Service Optical of Iowa for Accurate, Scientific Examination of Your Eyes and Expert Fitting of the Right Glasses of the Finest Quality, Accurately and Correctly Made to Your Individual Requirements and Order. AT PRICES WHICH MEAN REAL SAVINGS TO YOU Service Optical of Iowa, with branches in principle cities throughout Iowa, is Iowa's largest retail optical firm and operates its own laboratories . . . Grinds its own lenses— and passes on the SAVINGS TO YOU. DR. MILO COFFMAN, O. D. In Charge of Eye Examinations No Appointment Necessary Broken Glasses Quickly Repaired Use Our Repair Dept. Lowest Prices in Iowa ALL THE LATEST STYLES AT REASONABLE PRICES 11 IOWA'S LARGEST RETAIL OPTICIANS Main Office and Laboratories — Des Moines • Branches Throughout Iowa 207 South Federal Mason City

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