Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on July 23, 1948 · Page 27
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 27

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Friday, July 23, 1948
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Commission Clarifies Dock Issue * The state conservation commission issued a clarifying statement Thursday on the question of who controls docks constructed on state waters. The commission annually issues about 1,800 private dock permits. Docks privately constructed on state waters, abutting private property, under permit from the commission, are held to be private property. Any person using such a dock that is posted agafnst tresspassing, without permission of the owner, is subject to prosecution for trespassing. Docks or piers constructed, under permit, abutting state, county or city property, even though privately constructed, are held to be public access areas. No one may be refused admittance to such docks or piers except where the safety of the public is concerned. Pigeons seldom live where there 'are monkeys, as these nimble thieves persistently rob the pigeons' nests. Assures Travelers I No. 42 "iSeries- Pacific Northwest Is Back to Normal Travelers contemplating trips to the Pacific northwest can ,be assured that travel will not be impaired in the least because of the earlier flood conditions in that section, the Motor Club of Iowa announced here Thursday. The statement was issued in regard to a large number of inquiries being made in this connection, it was stated. The club said the Pacific northwest is back to normal with all highways open, and bridges unimpaired. Fathers and Together in Sons Working Mason City His I. Q. Rates High Chicago, (U.R)—A n t h o n y M. Adams, who didn't attend a day of high school, was awarded a bachelor's degree in mechanical engineering by the Illinois Institute of Technology. Adam's high score on an air corps flight test convinced school officials to let him take the entrance examination. He ranked in the upper 5 per cent, taught himself several high school subjects and was graduated with a "B" average. FUtHOHE COOKED F006 nm HDPKIHS FOUNTAIN TEA ROOM CHOCOLATE S U N p A E icnino «-"«" 22' Osage School Board Offers Hot Lunches Osage — Supt. C. T. Johnston, new head of the Osage schools, •eports that a hot lunch program las been authorized by the school board, that equipment has been ordered and plans made for a kitchen to be built in the seminary gymnasium. Supervisors and helpers have not as yet been hired. Federal funds will be available for part of the food. PLAN PICNIC Rockford — The annual lowa- Pennsylvanis picnic will be held Sunday at West park in Rockford for all Pennsylvania folks and their descendants. There will a program and picnic dinner. be Separated 10 Years Alpha, Minn., (U.R)—John Ploehm finally has been reunited with the girl he married in Germany 10 years ago. Ploehm went to Germany in 1938. Five days after his marriage his passport expired and he was not able to renew it. He July 22, 1948 • 8 M»*n City GIobe-Guelte, Mason City. I returned to the United States. Mrs. Ploehm has just rejoined her husband here. There are 9 persons to every automobile in the District of Columbia. In Wyoming, there are 1.9 persons for each automobile. iSt* CHICKEN SERVED ON TOAST POINTS WITH FRENCH FRIES- TOSSED VEGETABLE SALAD WITH FRENCH DRESSING SERVED EVERYDAY' S P M TO 7 P M Globe-Gazette Photo IN THE CARPET BUSINESS—A father and son combination pursuing the same form of employment together is Don Weber, shown at left, and his father, R. S. Weber, of the R. S. Weber Carpet company. The elder Mr. Weber has been associated with the carpet business for 30 years, and operated-" a store in Lincoln, Nebr., prior to his transfer to Mason City in 1940. The local establishment was sit- EGETABLE 61 Never Brush False teeth, Bridges Clean them this new. easy, safe way Brushing can rum dentures! Clean yours -with ORA, the new product made especially for this purpose. Simply leave denture and Vi teaspoon ORA in a glass of water lor 15 minutes—or overnight. No brushinp. Denture comes out sparkling clean. ORA is pure. ORA will not cake in the jar. Less than It a day. At your druggist's. Get ORA today, be sajc! A product of McKesson & Robbins. REMOVES UNSIGHTLY TOriACXO STAINS-OUAKANTEKD NOT TO HARM VOUH DENTURE. uated in the basement of the Damon department store until 1944 when it was moved to the current site, 209 N. Federal. Don Weber has been affiliated with the firm on a part time basis while attending the local high school and junior college, where he competed on the tennis team, and is a full time employe thi? summer. He plans to enter Luther college at Decorah next fall. He was a member o£ the army for a 20 month period of service, and received his release from the military Dec. 29, 1947. The father is a member of the Kiwanis club, the country club, the Y. M. C. A., and the Mason City Chamber of Commerce. The son is affiliated with the Y. M. C. A. The best way to snve food values is to cook potatoes in their jackets. Boiling saves more vitamins than baking. Wedotit aim to make the most beer; only the best W Stgle Cacjer .America's Quality Beer Co*Ttlr'at 1948,0. lUllemin Brewing Co., L»Croisc, Wiicntuln G. HEILEMAN BREWING COMPANY ACROSS FROM THE PARK HERE ARE REAL, DOWN-TO-EARTH SAVINGS THAT ARE BOUND TO LOOK GOOD TO THE BUDGET-CONSCIOUS SHOPPER! TREMENDOUS REDUCTIQNS! Real, Money-Saving Bargains On NEW SUMMER RESSE • Look At These Low Prices! Regular to T4.95 Regular to 17.95 Regular to 22.95 • Fresh, New Styles • Crisp, Cool Fabrics • Your Favorite Colors Women's Sizes Misses' Sizes Junior Sizes CHILDREN'S WEAR VALUES GIRLS' DRESSES and PLAY-TOGS 1 to 14 Size, *^ *^ Values to 5.95 y«3 v5 and KNITTED T-SHIRTS, 1.00 Values SLIP AND PAN TIE SETS, 3.49 Value COTTON SLIPS, 1.98 Values SEERSUCKER PAJAMAS, 1.49 Value WOOL SKIRTS, to 6 sizes, 2.98 Values BOYS' WASH SUITS, to 3.95 Values NYLON HOSIERY, Slightly irregulars of a SI.75 quality. New Colors—All Sizes SUMMER HANDBAGS Formerly to 2.98. While 63 Last LEATHER BELTS. Formerly 1.00 to 2.98. Black and Colors 59£and 1.00 SUMMER GLOVES. Formerly $1.00 and 1.98. White and Colors. All sizes 69$ and LOO WINDSOR TIES. Formerly G9c and 1.00. Checks and ^A^t JCAx4 Plain Colors .. A, .. 5!rC and Ojf BETTER BLOUSES, Values to 8.95 SUMMER SKIRTS, Values to 7.95 DENIM PEDAL PUSHERS, Values to 3.95 $2,$3,$4 $2, $3, $4 2.90 LOOK! Special Low Prices On . . . • 100% WOOLS! • SHORTIES! • FULL LENGTHS! • SMART, NEW-SEASON STYLES! Formerly Sold at $29.95 up to $69.95 ONE GROUP JACKETS, Values to 4.95 and FIRST QUALITY NYLON HOSIERY, 51 Gauge, 20 Denier, 1.75 Value PRISCILLA CURTAINS. Dotted Marquisette. Reg. 3.95 Value. 90 Inches Long ....... — Balcony — 1.15 1.97 LINEN KITCHEN TOWELS. 1.29 Values. Good full size, all hemmed with colored borders — Balcony — LINGERIE VALUES! SILK SLIPS, to 3.95 Values 2 • RAYON PANTIES, 79c ram 89c Values BRAS, 1.00 to 2.00 Values SILK GOWNS, Values to 6.95 ... COTTON PAJAMAS, to 5.95 Values 570 and 970 GIRD"LES, I/ one group to 7.95 Values .. . /2 PRICE PETTICOATS, to 4.95 Values .. 2.90 ,n d 3.90 1.90 and 2.90

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