Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on July 20, 1948 · Page 7
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Mason City, Iowa
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Tuesday, July 20, 1948
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Mason City Calendar JULY !8—Community Chest budget hearings, Y. W. C. A., 3 p. m: AUG. 3-0—Restaurant operators short course at Eadmar. AUG. 2-13—Summer term, Relsch School of auctioneering. AUG. U, 7 and 8—Junior Legion «tat« baseball tournament. AUG. 6. 7 and I—Governor's days at Clear Lake. AUG. 21-JJ4—Junior Legion Regional baseball tournament. AUG. 2S-25—Mason City high school and junior college registration, Mason City high school, 8 to 12 a. m.. 1 to 5 p. m. AUG. 30—Mason City schools open. •EPT. 8-7—North Iowa fair. SEPT. 26-27—Iowa State Jewelers as- coclation convention. Horse Sfiow Offers Stiff Competition »i«n City GUb«-Gii«tU. Mw»n City, It. July 19, 194> 11 HERE IN MASON CITY Mr. and Mrs. Lester Milligan and daughter, Mildred, 925 Monroe N. W., returned Sunday from a vacation spent at Boulder Beach on Potato lake, near Park Rapids,* Minn. They were accompanied by Miss Jane Young and by their grandson, John Milligan, of Quincy, 111. Fuller Brushes. Phone 1358W. Helen Fullerton, Frances Forster and Esther Pagenhart, Mason City, and Martha Fullerton, Minneapolis, left Saturday on a month's vacation trip to Mexico where they will visit at Mexico City, Oaxaca and Guadalajara. They are making the trip in Helen Fullerton's car. Paper Headquarters. Shepherds. Mrs. Herb Freeh, Colonial apartments, has returned from a week's visit with friends at Rochester, Minn. y Time tested paints at Payne's . color bar. W. Earle Sheka, local secretary of the U. S. civil service commission, has received announcement that applications will be accepted for filling the position of commercial agent (foreign trade) with the department of commerce. Applications and further information regarding examination may be obtained from Sheka at the post- office. . Picture Sale 30% to 50% off. Boomhower Hdw. Dr. R. \V. Shultz, D. O., Km. 64, Hanford Hotel. Phone 2960. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Altaian have gone to Hannibal, Mo., where they will spend a 2 weeks', vacation at the home of Mrs. Altaian's mother. 1st class painting in and out. Phone 3298W. Our new address 202 2nd S. W. Dodson Electric Co., Electrical Contractors. Same phone number, 3300. Thor J. Jensen, Globe-Gazette farm editor, and his family left Sunday for a tour of the scenic west. They have reservations at the Old Faithful lodge in Yellowstone Park for several days. On the way west they will make the Black Hills and the Big Horns and on the return *rip will visit Estes Park and environs in Colorado. 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. Darreh E. Wilson. NOTICE Will the party who purchased a chicken house from C. A. Holvik on 12th street N. W. remove same at once as agreed upon. C. A. Holvik. New Winners in Trophy Classes of Local Show Dancing Palominos Win Audience Favor By CARL WRIGHT Strong on Palomino, walking horses and fine harness classes this year, the 8th annual Mason City Horse Show, sponsored by the Mason City Saddle club, a member of the Iowa Saddle Horse association, completed a highly successful 2 evening program at the North Iowa fairgrounds Saturday and Sunday. Some of the finest horses from the top ranking stables of Minnesota and Iowa were on exhibition here and competition was stiff in most of the stake classes, as well as in the Palomino and walking horse classes. 11 Golden Horses The Palominos made one of the finest showings of this class in the history of the local show, with 11 entries offering A. L. "Bud" Kin- neyj- Grundy Center, judge of this year's show, plenty to consider as Harlan Conley, Des Moines ringmaster, moved these Golden Horses around the ring. Kings Genius Palomino, owned and ridden by Rose Coonley Hampton, took the h6nors in thi: class, although each of the entrie displayed the splendor for whicl these descendants of the horse of Cortez were known. Competition also was keen ir the Ladies' 3 Gait class for the trophy awarded by Mrs. B. E. Nichols in memory of Frosty Morn, the horse on which Hope Ann Hea began her riding career. Suzette Lee Rose, owned by W. C. White, and ridden by Margaret Lamson, Des Moines, won the trophy this year, the 2nd it has been up for competition. It was won last year by Laraine's Stonewall, from the A. J. La Beau stables, St. Paul. JUNIOR HORSEMANSHIP WINNER—Robert La Beau is shown receiving the Junior Horsemanship trophy awarded by Hope Ann Hea. He is mounted on Oak Hill Chief, Jr., of the La Beau stables, St. Paul. LADIES' 3 GAIT WINNER-—Margaret Lamson is receiving the trophy awarded by Mrs. B. E. Nichols in the Ladies' 3 Gait Class. She is mounted on Suzette Lee Rose of the White Stables, Des Moines. PALOMINO TWINS PERFORM—The twin Palomino dancing horses of Austin Smith, Osceola, gave a novel performance at the 8th annual Mason City horse show. They were favorites with the crowd for their gracefulness. (ONUMENT THE RELATION Of wife and husband create Memories that never die and To you who survive we Offer a monument of earths most lasting granite carved as you wish it. Mason City Monumental Works, Inc. George Miller 150 10th St. 8. W. Phone 3D2 Wins Junior Trophy Oak Hill Chief, Jr., oE the A. J. La Beau stables, St. Paul, with Robert La Beau riding, won the Junior Horsemanship trophy, offered by Hope Ann Hea for any boy or girl 7-15 years of age. Miss Prim, ridden by Merrill Arnold of Spencer, won the trophy last year. Each of these trophies become the permanent award of any person winning it 3 times. In the walking horse class. R. D. Witter's Blue Eagle of McGregor took the honors in another stiff field of competition. Some of the other winners tops in their class in this year's show were The Challenger, Des Moines, winner of the Ladies' 5 Gait class; Welco's Fantasy, Spencer, winner of the open fine harness class; Welco's Sweetheart, Spencer, winner of the open 3 gait stake, and Style King. Ossian, winner of the open 5 gait stake. Shows Dancing: Twins A feature of the show was the exhibition of twin Palominos, trained by Austin Smith. Osceola, in a dancing routine that was novel in this area. Mr. Smith walked between his horses and indicated by his own feet the steps he wished the horses to perform. They followed him in unison, executing some difficult steps, as well as bowing snd giving a rhumba that was out of this world. L. E. Peters again announced the show, while B. E. Nichols, show director, moved it along in good time. Earl Hunt's orchestra furnished the music, and for the first time the show took on the atmosphere of the society horse show. RESULTS Class No. J—Pleasure Pony Class: Starlite. Rofier Oleson, owner, lYecl Oleson. rider. Forest City. 1st; Lindy, Roger Oleson, owner, Emory Oleson. rider, Forest City, 2nd; Pesky. Franklin En- lield, owner. Billy Winders, rider, Clear Lake, 3rd; Silver, Roger Donation, owner and rider, Mason City, 4th: Silver Serenade, Sandy Peters, owner and rider. Mason City, 5th. Class No. 2—Owner's 3 Gait Class: Lady Boots, Mrs. J. E. Hubbard, owner, Jim Hubbard, rider, Waterloo, 1st; Laraine's Stonewall, A. J. La Beau, owner, Laraine La Beau, rider, St. Paul, Minn., 2nd; Seafoam, A. J. La Beau, owner, Connie La Beau, rider. St. Paul, Minn., 3rd; Ike's Delight, Patty Peters, owner and rider. Mason City, 4lh; Grey Baron, Carla Vnnder Veer, owner and rider, Ft. Dodge. 5th. Class No. S—Show Pony Class: Oak Hill Chief. Jr.. A. J. La Beau, owner. Robert La Beau, rider, St. Paul, Minn., 1st; Moon Marines Make Plans for New Formation of All Iowa Platoon In view of the success achieved by the June all Iowa marine platoon, M/Sgt. Basil C. McNulty oi the Waterloo marine corps office, announced Monday that plans are now being made for the formation of a July all Iowa group. Reports from San Diego, Cal., reveal that the Iowa platoon recruited in June, is progressing very satisfactorily. The July platoon will be composed o! lowans between the ages of 17 and 29. The members of the July low group will depart for San Diego in a unit on Thursday. July 29, wil train together, and will return home on their first furlough to gether. All inquiries concerning thi Dlatoon should be directed to the narine corps office, in the post- iffice building, Waterloo. Sioux City Man Signs to Coach Wesley High Wesley—Joe De Maine of Sioux vty has signed a contract with the local school board and will coach boys' athletics and teach social science next year. Other contracts are held by Supt. arjd Mrs Charles Mullin, Mrs. Helen Kleinpeter, Mrs. Janet Olsen and Anna Flom. WINS OPEN 3 GAIT STAKE—Welco's Sweetheart, Spencer, was the winner in the open 3 gait stake class. Bobby Jones, rider, is shown receiving the first place ribbon following the judging. fORO HOPKINS FOUNTAIN \OAST TEA ROOM BAKED CELERY DRESSING CRANBERRY SAUCE FLUFFY WHIPPED POTATOE ^GIBLET GRAVY sJCHEF SALAD [HOMEMADE tOLL & BUTTER 11AM-2PM CHOCOLATE SUNDAE JUMBO DC LUXE DoubU Dip oi Ic« , Cr«*m cov«r«d with , i ChocoUt* «nd topped with * ~ Ur*ochla< Cherry STOP TO REFRESH TRY A FRESH LIME ADE Glow, J. E. Moyer & Sons, owner. Bill Norton, rider. Marshalltown. 2nd; Black Satin, Wayne Norton, owner. Nan Norton, rider, Marshalltown. 3rd; Cookie, Jnck Dorsey, owner. Roger Donnhoo, rider. Mason City, 4th. Class No. 4—Owner's 5 Gait Class; Style King, Cleo Cahill. owner and rider. Ossian. 1st; Diamond .Jim, Mellon Vible- berc, owner and rider, Ossian, 2nd; Delilah, Ruth Lockwood, owner and rider. Rockford. 3rd: Corporal, Paula Cummings. owner and rider, Austin. Minn., 4th; Sunday Morning, Joanne Wolf, owner and rider. 5th. Class No. ."—Junior Fine Harness Class: Hytone Princess Patsy, Mr. and Mrs. Ross Comley. owners. Harry Hubber. rider, Iowa Falls. 1st; Worth A Plenty. Clark Blaine, owner. E. A. Trucbtood, rider. Osagc, 2nd; Jayscal. Fred Hunches, owner and rider, Plymouth, 3rd; Lady Beau Champ. Walter White, owner, Ed Lamson, rider, Des Moines, 4th. Class No. fi—Three Gait Pleasure Class: King Genius Palomino. Rose Coonley. owner and rider. Hampton, Isl; Cortez, Kathleen Boyt. owner. Margaret Lamson. rider. Des Monies, 2nd; Grey Unron, Carla Vancler Veer, owner and rider. Ft. Dodge, 3rd; Happy Marauder, R. J. Vender Veer, owner and rider. Ft. Dodge, 4th; Palomino's Peavine's Gal, Jim Coonley. owner and rider. Hampton. 5th. Class No. 7—Open Walking Horse Class: Blue Eagle. R. D. Witter, owner and rider, McGregor. 1st; The Invader. George Breeze, owner. Eugene Boji, rider. Ankeny, 2nd; Easter Fashion. Ralph Kuenkle. owner and rider. DCS Moines, 3rd; Strolling Goldbug. R. E. Smith, owner. Morris Ruddich. rider, Eldora, 4th; Star Rambler. Jim O'Connell. owner, Bob Coleman, rider, Ft. Dodge. 5th. Class No. 8—Stock Horse Preliminaries: The field of contestants was reduced to fi for the flnnls on Sunday night. Class No. !l—Exhibition of Twin Palominos, Austin Smith of Osccola, trainer. Class No. 10—Three Gait Combination Class: Welco's Sweetheart, Welco Feed Manufacturing Co.. owner, Bobby Jones, rider, Spencer, Tyft; Laraine's Stonewall, A. J. La Beau, owner, Laraine La Beau, rider, St. Paul, Minn., 2nd; Nature Boy, Curly's Golden Horse Stables, owner, Red Adams, rider, Des Moines. 3rd; Sunshine Sue. J. E. Oshorne, owner, Leslie Boomhower, rider. Mason City, 4th. Class No. II—Broom Polo (open to stock horse entries i: The west side won 4 out of 4 chukkcrs. Class No. 12 —Five Gait Combination Class: Jaysea!. Fred Hunches, owner, E. A. Trunblood, rider. Plymouth. 1st; Dude Stonewall. Frost Truck Sales, owner. Jim Hubbard. rider, Waterloo, 2nd; Beau Kim, Ralph Kucnkle, owner and rider, Des Moines. .Ird. Class No. 13— Seat and Hands or Junior Horsemanship Class: Oak Hill Chief, Jr., A. J. La Beau, owner. Robert La Beau, rider, St. Paul, Minn., 1st; Sunday Morning, Joanne Wolf, owner and rider, Mason City, 2nd; Ike's Delight, Patty Peters, owner and rider, Mason Cily, 3rd. Class No. 11—Junior 5 Gait Class: Bell of Welco. Welco Feed Manufacturing Co.. owner, Bobby Jones, rider, Spencer, 1st; Jayseal, Fred Hunches, owner. E. A. Trueblood, rider. Plymouth, 2nd; Prairie Rose, A. J. La Beau, owner. Mel Sletton, rider. St. Paul. Minn.. 3rd; Lillicbclle, Henry Mast, owner, Jim Hubbard, rider, Grundy Center, 4th; Mystery Miss. Mrs. Christensen, owner, Harry Hubbard, rider, Anamosa, 5th. Class No. IK —Walking Horse Class: Blue Eagle, H. D. Witter, owner and rider. McGregor, 1st; The Invader, George Breeze, owner, Eugene Boil, rider, Ankeny, 2nd; Strolling Goldbug, R. E. Smith, owner, Morris Ruddich, rider, Eldora, 3rd; Easter Fashion, Ralph Kuenkle, owner and rider. Des Moines, 4th; Star Rambler, Jim O'Connell, owner, Bob Coleman, rider, Ft. Dodge, 5th. Cl»»s No. IB—Ladies' 3 Gait Class: Su- 7ette Lee Jlosc. W. C. White, owner, Margaret Lamson, rider, Des Moines. 1st; Welco's Sweetheart, Welco Feed Manufacturing Co., owner, Coleen Wood, rider, Spencer, Snd; Laraine's Stonewall, A. J. La Beau, owner, Laraine La Beau, rider, St. Paul, Minn., 3rd; Astral High Hat, Eugene Cullen, owner, Kitty Cullen, rider, Emmetsburg, 4th; Seafoam, A. J. La Beau, owner, Connie La Beau, rider, St. P«ul, Minn., 5th. CUM No. 17—Twin Palominos trained by Austin Smith, Osceoln. CUvi No. IK—Palomino Class: Kings Genius Palomino, Rose Coonley, owner nnd rider, Hampton, 1st; Peaches, .). R. Dorsey, owner, E. A. Truehlood, rider, Mnson City, 2nd; Golden Mnx, Curly'* Golden Horse Slables. owner. Reel Adams, rider, Des Moines, 3rd; Palomino Pcavino's Gnl, Jim Coonley, owner nna rider, Hampton, 4th; Flashing Gold, Harvey Major, owner, Ora Bnyles.i, rider, Mnson City. 5th. ClMi N«. ]»—Ladles* * Gull Class: The Challenger, W. C. White, owner, Photos by Sorlien. Globe-Gazette WINNER OF OPEN 5 GAIT S1*VKE—Style King, of Ossian won the open 5 gait stake class at the local show from stiff competition. Harry Hubbard was the rider of Cleo Cahill's winner in this class. Finish Second Spray Garner—The Mullins Spraying Service company of Britt recently completed the second spraying of the town of Garner with DDT in the fly control program adopted earlier this year. A 3rd spraying will be made at a later date. TASTY LUNCHES for HOT WEATHER Margaret Lnmson, rider, Des Moinrs, 1st: Corporal. Paula Ciimminjjs, owner and rider, Austin, Minn.. 2nd; Kentucky Princess. Helen Barker, owner and rider. Mason Cily. 3rd; Delilah. Ruth Loi'k- wood. owner and rider, Rockford. 4th; Sunday Morning. Joanne Wolf, owner and rider. Mason City, 5th. Class No. ^U—Open Fine Harness Class: Wtico's Fantasy, Welco Feed Manufacturing Co.. Chuck Wood, rider. Spencer, 1st; Stonewall Northern Star, A. J. La Beau, owner. Mel Slctton. rider, St. Paul. Minn.. 2nd; Hytone Princess Patsy. Mr. and Mrs. Hoss Comley. own- ors. Harry Hubbard, rider, Iowa Falls, 3rd. Class No. ','1 — Exhibition Spanish Waltz. Austin Srnilh's Palomino, Osceola. Class No. 22—Open 3 Gait Slake Class: Welco's Sweetheart, Welco Foed Manufacturing Co., owner. Bobby Jones, rider. Spencer, 1st; Major Surprise. Cliff Welling, owner. Ed Lamson. ridrr. Des Moines. 2nd; Lady Boots. Mrs. J. W. Hubbard, owner, Harry Hubbard. rider. Waterloo, 3rd; Laraine's Stonewall. A. J. La Beau, owner, Lnrainc La Beau, rider, St. Paul, Minn., 4th; Astral Hifih H,i», Eugene Cullen. owner, Kitty Cullen, rider, Emmctsburg, 5th. Class No. 23—Stock Horse Finals: Roxip James Broncs. owner and rider. Forest City. 1st; Star Parader, Floyd Ingersoll. owner and rider. Mason City, 2nd; Snowball, Norman Helmers. owner and rider. Rude!, 3rd; Queen, Sylvan C. Olcson. owner. Valern Oleson, rider. Forest City, 4th: Gopher, Layton Henningar, owner and rider. Rockwell, 5th. Class No. 21—Open 5 Gait Stake Class: Slylc King. Cleo Cahill. owner, Harry Hubbard, rider. Ossian, 1st; Jayscal, Fred Hunches, owner, E. A. Trueblood, rider, Plymouth, 2nd; The Challenger. W. C. White, owner. Ed Lainson, rider, Des Moines, 3rd; Prntrio Rose, A. J. La Beau, owner. Mel Sletton. rider. St. Paul, Minn., 4th; Corporal. Paula Cummings, owner and rider. Austin, Minn., 5th. CALLED TO GREECE Nora Springs—Lt. Col. and Mrs. Edward Curtin and son, Tom, of Fort Leavenworlh. Kans., were recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Johnston. Col. Curtin has been attending the command general staff school at Fort Leavenworth and is now being sent to Athens, Greece, for special duty. He is scheduled to fly to Greece Aug. 6. The Johnstons and their guests have been spending the week in the Kluver cottage at Clear Lake. The FOOD SHOP "Where Good Food Reigns Supreme" Across South From the Park OMA BURGENER will UNLOAD your CARLOAD Phone 1010 HOUSEHOLD GOODS MOVING Packing and Crating S '4p Studio Couch Sale Made By The MAKERS OF "SPRING AIR" MATTRESSES AUCTION SALE 8 ROOM HOUSE WEDNESDAY, JULY 21, 2 P. M. 28x28 full two-story frame house in good condition. You are invited to look the house over before sale date. Located 9 Miles North of Clear Lake Fish Hatchery; 3 Miles South of Fertile. TERMS—CASH PHIL SHEIMO, Auctioneer R. O. YOUNGERMAN, OWNER MEN! We are expanding and increasing our production of electric refrigerators. MORE MEN NEEDED TO LEARN KEY POSITIONS Supervisors Sheet Metal Apprentices Inspectors Welders Maintenance Mechanics Spray Painters Refrigerator Testers Also a few women. Experience not necessary. Good starting salary. Also men on night shift. Ages 22 to 45. APPLY IN PERSON Stoddard Mfg. Co. 617 4th St. S. W. 3 3 v, % We Purchased the Entire Factory Showroom Sample Studio Couches from the Salisbury Co. Makers of the "Spring Air Mattresses/' These studio couches have the finest covers in a large assortment of fabrics, colors, super-deluxe construction. Some of these studio couches have chairs to match. You can buy either the chair or the studio couch. You Save One Third TYLER-RYAN FURNITURE CO. 29—2nd St. S. E.

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