Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on July 22, 1948 · Page 2
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20 July 21, 194S >U»« Ctty GUfc«-G»Mtt«, MM«B City. U. Carrie's Mid-Summer PAINT SALE OF ioweSmthers PAINT HURRY — ONLY 3 DAYS LEFT TO SAVE ON TOP QUALITY PAINT PLAX One-coat enamel finish, resists hard wear . . . protects and beautifies Qt. $1.87 Screen Enamel Sale Price Qt. Enamel Undercoat Sale Price. $147 N P \A/ C f No. 47 in Series— C VVD OF Fathers and Sons Working HIGH STANDARD The house paint that- keeps your home whiter and brighter longer Gal. $5.33 Turpentine Sale Price, bulk Gal. $1.15 Patching Plaster Sale Price 21/2 IBs. MELLO-GLOSS Brings new beauty to your walls. Durable, washable, easy to apply and dries quickly. Gal. Old English No Rubbing Wax Sale Price Qt. 86c Rutland; Roof Coating Price Gal. $1*33 MELLOTONE Long wearing Semi-Gloss interior finish, easy to apply, washable, rapid drying. . . Gal. $2.37 RECORD New Car Sales Msion City Tent and Awning Co., 406 S. Federal, Ford; Glenn Frank*. Clear Lake, Frazcr; Mrs. Lillian Hcnrlkten, Clear Lake,' Dodge; Alex Walters, 10 York X. E., Dodge; Melvln Evans, route 1, Dodge truck; Frank Lewis, route 1, Willy* track. Police Court Overtime Parking—K. M. Larson, 522 Madison N. W., R. C. Clausen, 1214 Mass S. E., K. J. Douglas, 922 N. Federal, U. E. Carrier, 214 Virginia S. E., R. E. Whiting, 12fi 15th N. W,, B. B. Wade, 814 N. Federal, George Stewart, Nora Springs, Walter Adney, 432 Polk S. W., Don Huff, Clear Lake, Frank Siymeckiek, 940 Tyler N. W., and Robert F. Smith, 416 Van Buren N. W., each forfeited $1 bond. Intoxication—Malcolm K. Scales, 0 Georgia S. E., forfeited $10 bond. James C. O'DonuclI, Hanlontown, fined $10 and costs. Births Reported (At Mercy Hospital)—Son to Mr. and Mrs. Harold Rhine, Miller, Tuesday. Realty Transfers The Home Building and Investment Company, to Jannetta H. Scheef, $1, (WD) L10, Blk. 7 In Parker's 4th Add. to M. C., L, 4-10-4(5. Keith, Laurence L. and Lorcne, to Leon Goss, $1, (WD) L3 .and 4, Blk. 8 in Re- Subd. of Blk. 8, etc., 13-00-22, S-19-48. Cross, William H. and Mary E., to Lester J. and William J. Cross, Jt. ten., $1, (WD) L4, Blk. 2, Horace G. Parker and James Foster's 2nd Add. to South M. C., I., 7-19-48. Werthenbach, Cora M., to Robert Dean Osgood and Patty S., Jt. ten., SI, (WD) L12, Blk. 2, Parker's nth Add. M. C., I., ,-4-20-48. . Bailey, Florence I., to Carl H. and Irma J. Jones, Jt. ten., SI, <WD) Llf>9 Midland Hgts., Add. to M. C.. L, 7-20-48. McDougle, Dwaine O. and Betty, to Garner W. and Altn L. Hackney, Jt. ten., $1, (WD) L351 Midland Ugta., JVI. C., L, 7-1-48. Hale, Merle L. and Mary L., to Maud S. Peterscn, $1, (WD) L26 Forest Park, Add., to M. C., I.. 7-14-48. Sykes, Harold V. and Kathryn, et. at., to Alvern C. and Margery A. Hewitt, jt. ten., ?1, (\VD) S 18 feet 7\i inches of L17 and N. 15 feet 5 Inches of L10. Blk. 1C, B. & O. Add., M. C., L, 7-!>~18. Tuttle, Clark A., Sr., and Helen, to Newell E. and Beatrice E. Duetscher, jt. ten., SI, (WD) L4, 5. (i, 12. 13, 14, Reynolds Add., M. C., I.. 7-12-48. Together in Mason City Here's the richest tribute ever paid tfa ff Hawkeye State"! Here's the whole story of.. . SEE IOWA on I he farm and in the city K em tone Miracle Wail Finish.... Gal. $349 Armor Coat Waterproofs and $ decorates. 10 Ibs. 4.23 PLAX COTE The NEW finish for interior and exterior floors. Tough, durable, long wearing ...... Qt. Van Hess CD 20 East Stare Phone 17 RCFRIGCRflTOR mOTORS Rewouno RCBUILT K*H ELECTRIC 308 So. Delaware Phone 1139 Enjoy Canning Success With CANNING SUPPLIES PRESSURE CANNER Model AR-25 holds 17 pint or 10 quart fin cans, or 9 pint or quart glon jars. J j 9 QQ 7-Qt. COLD PACK CANNER, with rack and cover, seamless..., Large DISH PAN , 15-Qt. PRESERVING KETTLE...., COLANDER. Aluminum KETTLE ., 14-Qt. $|.79 79c $|.29 39c $|.75 Ladles, Spoons, Strainers, Jar Wrenches and Lifters. Everything for your canning convenience. Model AR-1525 holdt 25 pint or 1 5 quart tin cant, or 21 pint or \4 quart glass jars, <£23 90 BURPEE FEATURES SAFETY AT CANNING TIME SAFETY-SEAL Clamping Band Automatically allows high, excess pressure to escape slowly and safely. Patented safety device plus added Burpee features have made these canners first choice with thousands of homemakers for nearly a generation. Sturdy plate aluminum—lighter to handle, easier to clean. Fine Dial-type Pressure Gauge gives maximum accuracy. Efficient Control Valve provides finger-tip adjustment. VALUABLE CANNING BOOK, including illustrated instructions and 200 recipes, FREE with each Burpee Conner. NO, 2 AND 3 TIN CANS AND COVERS BURPEE SEALERS AVAILABLE Vurrie Van Ness CD Page-by-page of IOWA }in Holiday The Farmer and Hit) Family ..page 35 The Corn Belt .page 35 Iowa Food ....page 35 Iowa and __ theERP ....page 37 The Money Crop ... .page 38 Globe-Gazette Photo IN THE FOOD MARKET BUSINESS—H. G. Hawkins, shown at left, and George E. Hawkins, of the Hawkins food market, pictured above preparing a round steak, are another father and son team in Mason City. The elder Mr. Hawkins moved to Mason City in 1908 from Windon, Minn., and was* employed by the Jacob E. Decker and Sons packing plant as IOWA at work and at play..: a salesman prior to establishment of the Hawkins food market at its current site, 1003 E. State, April 1, 1922. George E. Hawkins became actively associated with the business in 1923, following graduation from the Mason City high school, the Coyne electrical school of Chicago, and employment with a telephone company in the windy city. Both the father and son are members of the Odd Fellows fraternal organization. Wood working and golfing are the son's favorite avocations. COMPLETES COURSE Bristow—Miss Hattie Folkerts, who has been attending the University of Wyoming at Laramie, Wyo., has returned to her home at Bristow. Miss Folkerts has completed a 5 weeks' course in elementary work. She has been an instructor of the intermediate grades in the Bristow school for several years. Hogs, Chickens, and Cattle ...page 40 The Farmer's Wife page 42 The New Generation .page Hearing Date on Budget Set Charles City Fixes Aug. 2 for Proposals Charles City—The city council has set a hearing at 8 p. m. Aug. 2 on a proposed budget for 1949 which will raise tax levies approximately 2i mills. This net levy of 22.993 mills compares with a 1947 levy of 20.598 mills. Proposed expenditures for the year are estimated at $277,300 with $135,350 of this amount to be raised by taxation. This compares with estimated expenditures of $32,557 for the current year of which $117,292 was to be raised by taxation. The major portion of the increase will go toward a retirement fund for policemen and firemen, established under civil service but delinquent in the city for about 10 years. Mayor Harold S. Henry explained that the city administration has been working for about a year to determine the amount which must be paid Into the retirement fund. The council also authorized the mayor and city clerk to sign a contract with John E. Wagner of Central City, for repairs on the Beauty dam, to be done by the "jetcrete" method of applying concrete pneumatically. A maximum expenditure of $1,500 was authorized, with work to begin early next week, weather permitting. Wagner agreed to furnish bond for the work, with the city to pay the bond writing fee. In a report on parking meter income, Mayor Henry announced that Wednesday's collections should complete the $20,000 total revenue estimated for the first year when the meters were installed July 21, 1947. Collections Monday night totaled $19,935. HOLIDAY EX P ERT WATCH REPAIR SERVICE! ON SALE TODAY ! Corn Cults and •Superstitions page 44 P. G. Holden's "Seed Com Gospel Trains" .... .page 46 Hybrid Corn . .page 47 Stale Fair page 48 ^ Governor Robert Blue page 48 Farm Machinery . .page 49 Prize Livestock page 49 4-11 Clubs .....page 51 DCS Moines . ..page 52 Industries ... .page 53 Colleges and Schools * * 4 - = page 54r You'll lose yourself in the colorful picture story of the life of an Iowa corn farmer and his family. You'll thrill to Russell Lord's "The Corn Belt," telling how scientific farming replaced the hit- or-miss methods of yesterday and made Io\s - a the "bread-basket of the world." You'll swell •with pride as you read Don Wayne's "Best State in the Land," telling about the people, big and little, who make up Iowa today. You'll live it again in Keosauqua- born, pig-raising Phil Slong's article on farm equipment and tireworks, stock exhibits and prize pickles at the Iowa State Fair. Newspapers and iheir Publishers .page 55 Driver Pinned Under Truck Near M'lntire Stacyville — John Stolzenberg, cream hauler, escaped without injury when his truck tipped over with a full load of cream on the Mclntire road. He was pinned under the cab for many minutes before help arrived and his biggest worry was that the truck might catch fire. A passing truck .driver finally came to his rescue. \nsltt that exoertsj only work on your delicate watches for best result*. PROMPT SERVICE MIER WOLF &SONS Art and Artists ...... page 56 LskeOkobogi .page 59 Ainana Society page 59 Religion page 59 ? The Grassy Ilevolution. .page 108 Authors page 109 Henry Wallace page 109 Herbert Hoover page 109 It's a feast for the eyes as well as the mind!» You'll find 106 glorious pictures —68 of them in breath-taking color, including five full-color reproductions of paintings by famous regional artists. PLUS 11 other, fascinating articles of the kind that makes HOLIDAY famous. It's a volume to save, ftnd pass on to your grandchildren! Never miss a HOLIDAY • . . . particularly this one I Also NATIONAL, AMERICAN, STEAMLINER PRESSURE CAHNERS Available. 20 Phone 17 Return From Trip Joice —The Rev. and Mrs. H. F. Huseth of the Winnebago Lutheran congregation, have returned home after a trip through Minnesota and South Dakota. They visited at the homes of their sons- in-law and daughters, the Rev. and Mrs. George Larson at Wilson, Minn., and the Rev. and Mrs. Paul Sather at Hayti, S. Dak. They also visited with their sons, Joe and David, who are employed this summer on a farm at Menno, S. Dak. Joe will return to St. Olaf college, Northfield, this fall where David will enroll as a freshman. Lad Has Operation Greene —Joe Allison, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Allison of Greene submitted to a tonsilectomy and adenoidectomy at Cedar Valley hospital in Charles City Monday. 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