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Mason City Calendar JULY y» —Community Chest budget hearings. Y. W. C. A.. 3 p. m. AUG. 9-C—Restaurant 'operators short course at Eadmar. AUG. 2-13—Summer term. Reisch School of auctioneering. AUG. *, l sad *—Junior Legion state baseball tournament. AUG. C, 7 aai t —Governor'* day* at Clear Lake. AUG. S1-S4—Junior Legion Regional baseball tournament. AUG. IS-«—Mason City high school and Junior college registration. Mason City high school, 8 to 12 a. m., 1 to 5 p. m. AUG. 3*—Mason City schools open. SEPT. S-7—North Iowa fair. SEPT. S«-27—Iowa State Jewelers association convention. Back Helen Mitchell's Candidacy H.l«nCily Gl.he-G»l«lt«. M.l.n City, IB. July 19, 1948 HERE IN MASON CITY Visit Payne's Color Bar. Fuller Brushes. Phone 1358W. Mrs. J. C. Johnson of Filer, Idaho, formerly of Mason City, is recovering from an operation at the Twin Falls county general hospital, Twin Falls, Idaho. O'Brien Paints at Shepherds. "Insurancewise." Let George or Bob Harrer do it. Phone 321. Word has been received here of the birth of a daughter, Robin Lorie, on June 30 to Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Clark of Berlin, Germany. Mr. Clark was born and reared here and was graduated from the Mason City high school. Glass Wax for easy cleaning 1 . Get it at Boomhower Hdw. Wall washing by machine. Ph. 812. Leo Downing, bill clerk at the M. & St. L. railroad here, is absent from work because of illness. Miss Thelma Swartz is substituting as bill clerk. Stoves, washing: machines, im- med. del. Boomhower Hdwe. Major Ambulance Service, auto or air. Phone 511. Frederick Hinz, theological student at Concordia seminary, St. Louis, will speak on the KGLO forym Wednesday afternoon at 4:45 on "My Impressions of the East." In giving this talk Mr. Hinz, who is the son of the Rev. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Hinz of Mason City, will draw upon his experiences on a tour of the eastern states as a member of the Lutheran Hour chorus. 1st class painting in and out. Phone 3298W. Baldwin Acrosonic pianos. See this remarkable instrument. Forest Jacobs, Piano Tuner. Ph. 3561. George Penson, 317 2nd S. E., is in Colonial hospital at Rochester, Minn., where he will undergo an operation this week. Former members of Company E, Iowa State Guard, are requested to meet at the McAuley funeral home Wednesday at 1:30 p. m. for memorial services for Lt. Darrell E. Wilson. Cerro Gordo Group Making State Canvass Letters Sent to All Republican Delegates Fifty-six delegates from Cerro Gordo county are preparing to attend the state republican convention which opens at the coliseum in Des Moines Friday morning at 11. These delegates are going with the instruction of the recently held county republican convention to "use every honorable means" to procure the nomination of Mrs. Helen Mitchell, Council Bluffs, for secretary of state. Not only to the delegates from Cerro Gordo county, but to the entire convention, the selection of a nominee for secretary of state will be the most important business to be considered. 8 Primary Candidates Eight candidates sought the nomination in the recent primary but none received the 35 per cent of the vote required to nominate. Two of the primary candidates have since withdrawn but another candidate has entered the race so there will be at least 7 seeking the nomination from the 3,396 delegates. Th$ successful candidate must receive at least 1,699 votes. One of those who withdrew, Russell L. Voelz, Minden, is throwing his support to Mrs. Mitchell. Joseph Miller, Des Moines, withdrew and urged support of Deputy Secretary of State Richard N. Mason,. 30, Ames. George W. Prichard, Jr., 29, * * * * ,^Off<fV!'""- ' •f'&i* * * * ••-*?• MRS. HELEN MITCHELL —Has Cerro Gordo Support Fined for Drinking on Public Highways Keith Monson, Waseca, Minn., who was traveling with a magazine sales crew in Mason City, was fined $20 and costs for drinking on the public highways by Justice of the Peace C. R. Servison Monday. Monson was arrested by a Cerro Gordo county deputy sheriff who observed him drinking and driving an auto at the corner of State and Washington. Build Wooden Ships Moscow, (JP) —"Red Fleet" says that the largest.dockyard for construction of wooden ships in the country is being built on the river Svir. Ships having a capacity of from 25 to 3,000 tons are under construction. FUEl SHORTAGES ARE NO PROBLEM Colonial's New ALL - FUEL FURNACE A complete and economical forced air system that can be easily converted from coal to gas or oil. BURN COAL NOW and change to GAS or OIL later if you wish. COLONIAL FURNACE CO. 408 So. Federal Phone 961 GREED COLOniflL H FURRflCE SERVICE Onawa, then announced his candidacy. He won the republican nomination for the Iowa house of representatives from M o n o n a county in the primary. Still in Running' Others of the original 8 candidates besides Mrs. Mitchell and Mason who still are in the running are: Jesse W. Halden, 54, Newton, former state safety education division director; State Rep. Charles J. Knickerbocker, 65, Fairfax farmer; Mrs. Earl G. Miller, 52, Des Moines antique shop operator, who led the field with 25 per cent of the vote in the primary, and M. D. Synhorst, 32, Orange City, examiner in the state auditor's office. Cerro Gordo county supporters of Mrs. Mitchell feel she has a good chance of getting the nomination, particularly it' they can get additional support in North Iowa for her candidacy. The 8th. district delegation has gone on record for .Synhorst. Benton and Monroe counties have gone to Mason. Under the plans for the convention there will be one nominating speeeh, with a 5 minute limit, for each candidate. Seconding speeches will be limited to 2. not to exceed 2 minutes each. Has Many Friends Here Mrs. Mitchell, who is a former deputy county auditor of Pottawattamie county, lived in Mason City some years ago and has many friends in this community. A number of these friends have organized the Cerro Gordo County Mitchell club, headed by Robert II. Shepard as president and Mrs. Stella Bisgrove as secretary. This club has sent a letter to each of the 3,396 convention delegates, urging support of Mrs. Mitchell. "The republican party o£ Iowa must have the strdngest possible ticket to assure victory this fall," the letter begins. "Because of this, we, a group of republican workers in Cerro Gordo county are taking the liberty of asking your support of Mrs. Helen Mitchell of Council Bluffs for secretary of state. Want Woman on Ticket "The women of Iowa should be represented on the republican state ticket. Half of the political power of our country now rests utlimately in women's hands and" the republican women of Iowa have always been active, loyal, indefatigable workers. "The selection of Helen Mitch-ell will equalize the geographical distribution of republican candidates. Mrs. Mitchell .is from the 7th district, a district devoid of candidates for full-time major office. "Helen" Mitchell is the best ualified candidate for secretary >f state. We know Helen Mitchell. he lived in Mason City for many vears before her marriage to Edwin Mitchell of Council Bluffs. She served as legislative clerk in Des Moines during 10 sessions of the legislature, becoming thoroughly familiar with state government. "Following Mr. Mitchell's death in 1937 she served 10 years as deputy county auditor in Council Bluffs. She was one of the organizers of the Iowa Council of Republican Women and has served continuously as a director of that organization ever since. She has never failed to give unstintingly of her time and effort to furthei the cause of the republican party.' His District Support Mrs. Mitchell has the support of her own 7th district and practically all of the counties in the district have indorsed her candidacy. Newspapers in the 7th district, including the Council Bluffs Non- pariel and the Glenwood Opinion- Tribune, have come out strongly in her support. "Iowa republicans will strengthen their ticket with the nomination of Helen Mitchell," said the Opinion-Tribune, in part. "She will be a vigorous campaigner in the coming election and will have a great influence on the woman vote of the state." The keynote address at the convention will be given by United Slates Sen. George A. Wilson and they will also be addressed by Gov. Robert D. Blue and Rep. William S. Beardsley, the republican nominee for governor. To Select Electors Other business which will come before the convention will be the selection of 2 presidential electors at large and the adoption of the party's state platform which will be offered by the committee on resolutions. While the convention convenes at 11 a. m. with the keynote address set for the morning session, most of the other business will be deferred until afternoon. District caucuses, however, will be held at 10 a. m. when each of the 8 districts will select a chairman and vice chairman who will have membership on the state central committee and name on district presidential elector. Three present members of the central committee will not,be candidates for re-election, they have announced. They are Willis York, Madrid, Gth district, and former state chairman; Ben A. Webster, Mason City, 3rd district, and Mrs. Winnebago Scout Council in Hoover Day To Join Other Groups at West Branch A small contingent of Boy Scouts from the Winnebago council will go to West Branch Aug. 10 for a West Branch-Hoover day, J. W. Norfolk, council scout executive has announced. Herbert Hoover, only Iowa born president, will celebrate his 74th birthday at West Branch that day. Hoover is past honorary president of the Boy Scouts of America and is now honorary vice president. Twenty-six high school bands from eastern Iowa, 4-H clubs Campfire Girls, Girl Scouts, Future Farmers and Boy Scouts of America have been invited to Wes Branch for the event. The Boy Scouts of America wil presei „ Hoover with a sheepskh scroll inscribed in token of his service to the youth of America Hoover will speak on a program to be broadcast over a nationa" hook-up. Scout units will march with American and unit flags in the parade and will be seated wit! other youth groups immediately in front of the platform at the con elusion of the parade. Vo. 40 in Series — Bathers and Sons Working Together in Mason City Dime Store Clerks Return Purse, $J5,000 in Jewelry A still unidentified woman leaned across the counter at the F. W. Woolworth company store at 11:30 a. m. Monday. n .,,.,;„ "Here's a purse someone left," she told the clerk, Shirley Gaifin. Thinking that someone would be calling for it momentarily, Miss Garvin placed the purse under the counter and went about her work. At closing time, 5:30 p. m., the*— purse was still there so she turned it over to her department head, Florence Fountas. Together they opened it to find several large pieces of jewelry. IN DEVELOPMENT Globe-Gazette Photo COMPANY—Frank D. Pearce, O. That's Different Memphis, Tenn., (U.R)—Laureta Whitehead hurried to a meeting of city officials to explain that protests against her proposed business were incorrect. Her neighbors had misunderstood, adding another "o" to her "salon" plans. left, and his son, Kenet, are a father and son combination in business for the "further expansion" of Mason City. They are president and vice president respectively of the Willow- Helen Vanderburg of the 8th district. Torffcson in Race Mrs. Vanderburg, who has served as vice chairman of her district for a number of years, has moved from Boyden to Shell Rock which is in the 3rd district. Winnebago county republicans are backing Sam Torgeson of Lake Mills for Gth district com- miUceman. One of the social functions which will be held in connection with the convention will be a breakfast given by the state central committee to which all successful and unsuccessful candidates for state offices on the republican ticket in the recent primary have been invited. This will be held Friday morning preceding the opening of the convention. On Thursday evening delegates and visitors will be guests of the women members of the state central committee at a reception. Delegates Named Cerro Gordo county delegates to the convention are: A. Arneson, Robert Warren, Herman Knudson. Mrs. James Gilruth, E. R. Boyle, Milt Dawson, W. H. Ward, B. Dayton Merriman, Robert Hayden, E. W. Winnie. Dr. Frank L. Knutson, Alma Freeman, Mrs. A. H. Lattimer, Hazel Knutson, Charles E. Strickland, Hughes Bryant. Henry Wormhoudt, Ben A. Webster, Stella Bisgrove. Vera Finley, R. E. Clough, Robert H. Shepard, W. Earl Hall Mrs. W. A. Cagle, Gladys Shepard Murray Finley. Doris A. Diercks Amanda Dilts, Thelma M. Gilbert Dorothy Kirks, Sylvia Williamson Roy B. Johnson, R. J. Carr, EC Babcock, Mrs. E. G. Cool, Dr. J C. Kaiser, J. P. McGuire, J. M Ryburn, Wayne McGowan, Theodore Wolfram. C. E. Burrets, William F. Turner, Ethel Ridgeway, James R Brown, Oscar Jewell, Mrs. Pau Loomis, Virgil Warren, Brig. Gen Hanford MacNider, Hines Mount John Sturges, Remley J. Glass Lawrence Bless, R. V. Williamson C. Frederick Beck, Kenneth Net. r>"d Helen Morse. rook Development company, new 120-1 ot sub-division of the •ity which has been landscaped'* — ' or the building of better class tomes on the west side of the :ity. Plans for the development got underway 2 years ago and it was opened in 1947. The Pcarces are uilding the first 2 homes in Wil- owbrook. Kenet's at 2 Circle Terace is expected to be completed by Oct. 1. Several other homes been planned for building in Willowbrook this year. Built M. C. Warehouse Frank Pearce was associated with the Ideal Sand and Gravel company and later sales manager of the National Clay Products company. Pie built and operated :he Mason City Warehouse company and his office is still located in the building, GOO 4th S. W. Kenet Pearce maintains his office at the Romey Realty company, where he is also a salesmen. After being graduated from Grinnell college in 1942. he spent 45 months in the army, being discharged with the rank of first lieutenant. He joined his father in the Willowbrook Development in 1946. Veteran of Both Wars Frank Pearce is a veteran ol both World war I and II. He was a warehousing officer for 3 years in War II and was dischargee with the rank of lieutenan colonel. Both of the Pearces are members of the Rotary club, cour.tr> club and are Masons and Kene belongs to the V. F. W. and American Legion. The lumber yield in Oregon dur ing 1947 was sufficient to builc more than 400,000 5 room houses William Lee Rites Interment at Rockwell Cemetery Funeral services for William Arthur Lee, 77, who died Friday, ollowing an illness, were held Monday afternoon at the Patterson-James funeral home, with the Alvin N. Rogness, pastor of Miss Fountas turned it over to Janetta Knoedler, floor lady, who took it to the store office, where the girls took another look at the jewelry with Helen McKay of the office staff. "How much do you think they are worth?" asked one of them. "You could probably buy the whole thing at a dime store counter," said another. Then along came Matilda Varvel, lunch counter girl. "I've seen those pieces of jewelry before," she said. A lady wore them at the Sam Woldman golden wedding party here Sunday." She called William Senesky, Woldman's son-in-law, and a few moments later Mr. and Mrs. Morris Soble of Philadelphia heard the telephone ring in their room at the Hotel Hanford. "Your jewelry is found," said a voice. "What jewelry?" Then Mrs. Soble remembered. "Why my purse," she said. "It's gone." Not until then had she missed the purse or jewelry. "Is this some kind of a game?" said Mr. Soble over the telephone. They were assured it wasn't a game and that their purse had been found at the Woolworth store. To be on the safe side Mr. Soble called the police and said the lost purse contained a fortune in jewelry, including 5 caret bluewhite diamond in a platinum setting, a platinum bracelet set with 160 diamonds, a star pin and other pieces. It was estimated they might be worth $15,000. Soon the Sobles were at the dime store and got the full story. "This is an honest town," said Mr. Soble as he handed Manager H. E. Van Essen money to be divided among the girls who had a part in recovery of the purse. Tuesday morning the Sobles were on their way back to Philadelphia. Assault Case Is Dismissed Mason Cityan Freed in Sioux City Court Sioux City—A charge of assault with intent to commit rape against Stanley M. Johnson, Mason City, Army master sergeant, was dismissed after a preliminary hearing in municipal court here before Judge Berry J. Sisk. Judge Sisk directed the dismissal on the grounds that the state had failed to show corroboration of testimony by a 27 year old woman who said one of 3 soldiers attempted to assault her. The woman testified that Johnson did not attempt to assault her. Johnson's statement was that he had given the soldiers, the woman and her escort a ride in a car he driving and knew nothing was about the alleged assault attempts until he was placed under arrest the next morning. Trinity Lutheran church, officiating. Mrs. Harold Wolfe sang "Face :o Face" and "Beautiful Isle/' accompanied by Mrs. Earl Ehlers. Pallbearers were Roy and Ray Sharp, Edgar, Orin and Wayne Burgess, and Fred Hansen. Interment was at the Rockwell cemetery. The Patterson-James funeral home in charge. Company Asks Judgment of $251.73 Due on Note The United States Fidelity and Guaranty company of Baltimore has filed suit in district court asking judgment of $251.73 plus interest against Cedric and Lucile Connelly of Mason City. The company is asking the amount due on a promissory note, the petition states. PHONE 546 Oregon has more than 29,000,000 acres of forest lands, including lake and stream surfaces. See Them Today The Proven Washer Hotpoint Washers 2 Models HOSTETLER ELECTRIC 22 1st St. S. E. 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A "courtesy car" is at your disposal, ready to bring you for an inspection . no obligation whatsoever. at PURCHASE ON OUR PRE-NEED PLAN GENTLEMEN: I am interested in knowing more about PRE-NEED Purchase Plan. Name . Address City ... Phone Memorial Park Cemetery (Offices Over J. C. Penney's) Phone 1521

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