Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on July 16, 1948 · Page 44
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 44

Mason City, Iowa
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Friday, July 16, 1948
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Couples Granted Licenses to Wed New Hampton — Marriage licenses, have been Issued to Rich• ard Nelson, 22, and Alice Wilmes, 19, both , of Waterloo; Morgan Lovell, 39, and LaVona Fosdyck, 34, both 0% Ottumwa; William E. McDahieli < ; 29, and Betty Rider, 24, both of Newton; Robert Mc- Reynblds,' 30, and Jane Hawley, 23, both of Marshalltown; John R. Schoel, 24, and Feme L. Lage, 17, both of Gladbrook. James? Smith,. 28, ElMonte, Cal., and "Ksthryn DisCh, 18, Spencer; 'Raymond Earl Aneweer, 19, and Virginia Grace Schmidt, 18, both of Cedar Falls; Arthur Cornelius LiUegard, legal, and Carol Doo- .little,:legal, both of Des Moines; Emile C. Rogness, legal, Lincoln, Nebr., and Hazel A. Daggett, legal, Clarion; Neil Edward Ripple, 26, Rochester, Minn., and Helen Louise Anderson, 18, Indianola; Jack Mayers, 33, and Joe Scruggs, 39, both of Rochester, Minn.; James Estes, 33, and Ruth Riehl, 29, both of Spring Valley, Minn. Merle. Reams, 27, Malcom, and Dorothy Jean Carpenter, 23, Tama; Warren G. Hohmbraker, 21, and Maxine Rose Myers, 21, both of Burlington; Harvey Klement, 42, and Marion Wilson, 41, both of Fort Atkinson, Wis.; Merlin LeRoy Rossing, 23, and Doris Iverson, 19, both of Dodgeville, Wis.; Leon E. Blaylock, 22, South English, and Irene Banes, 21, North English; Robert F. McDowell, 23, and Elnora Miner, 21, both of Keota; Theodore Noren, 66, and Ella L. Albrecht, 54, both of Davenport; John Bjornsen, 29, and Lucille Rayner, 29, both of Cedar Rapids; Elwyn A. Stenzel. 24, Burt, and Eleanor M. Rinehart, 23, Britt. Under its constitution Norway is a constitutional hereditary monarchy (adopted May 17, 1814), independent for centuries. The counrty was united with Denmark (1381-1814) and Sweden from 1814 to 1905, when the two countries signed an agreement repealing the union.' Daniels Jewelry Skilled Watch Repair • One Week Service • All Work Guaranteed 102 No. Federal Mason City SOC/E7T NEWS Mr: and Mrs. H. C. Pahus of Clear Lake announce the engagement of their daughter, Mae, to Robert F. Moehnke, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Moehnke of Rochester, Minn. The wedding will be in early fall. Britt Red Cross Officers Named Britt—At the annual meeting of the Britt chapter of the American Red Cross Mrs. E. L. Hatten was elected chairman for the coming year. Other officers are: Vice chairman, Mrs. Harold Jacobson; secretary, Mrs. Erwin L. Buck; treasurer, V. L. Sauer. Henry E. Meyer will serve as home service chairman, succeeding Ray H. Higdon who did not wish to serve again. The largest flying bird is the Trumpeter Swan, which weighs about 35 pounds. How Long Has It Been Since YouVe Seen a Five Dollar Bill Go Such a Lo-ong Way? NEW SUMMER DRESSES Just Received Specially Priced ! * COOL, SHEER BEMBERGS ] • CRISP COTTONS J Perhaps it's longer than you care to remember—but Penney's is giving you REAL VALUE by stretching your dollars to enable you to own a cool summer frock! Fashion-plate material! Budget priced. Sizes 9-15, 12-20, 38-44. AT PlIiETS NEWS of RECORD Police Court Careless Driving—Ilonald R. McEldoon, 109 1st N. \V., fined $11) and costs. Richard Cook, Eureka hotel, lined $100 and costs. I'arklnt Violations—Ilonald E. Egge. 814 N. Federal, forfeited »2 bond for double parVlnK. Harley Day, SHI K. Federal, fined $1 and cants tor parking truck in street over 1 hour. Intoxication—Charle* Newell. 707 Washington N. W., forfeited $10 bond. Sailor Discharged; Returns Home to Rake A R a k e—Carroll Sunde, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Sunde, arrived home this week, having received his discharge from the navy at San Francisco, Cal. He served in the navy for 2 years, 22 months of which was at Pearl Harbor and Johnston island. Enroute home he stopped at Rexburg, Idaho, to visit at the home of his uncle, L. H. Barrick. Mr. Barrick took him to Ogden, Utah, by plane where Carroll visited a cousin, Mrs. T. L. West. Hancock Board OK's Material Contract Garner—Hancock county supervisors approved the final report of Engineer C. F. Merten on the material contract of the Concrete Products corporation of Hurhboldt. A hearing on the report will be held at the courthouse in Garner Monday, Aug. 16, at 10 a. m. The total contract for material was $5,205.65. The district is located in Avery township near Goodell. Mu*a CKr 01«*«-C»i««t«, M*MB City, U. July 15, 1048 A ruby-throated hummingbird in June has 940 feathers or more. Births Reported (At Mercy Hosplml)—Son lo Mr. »nd Mrs. Paul flIcConne/1, route 2, Wednesday. Son to Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Trca, Garner, Wednesday. Son to Mr. and Mrs. Mclvln Hall&ez, Garner, Wednesday. Daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Keith Crcighton, Wedne«day, Geneva. Daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Crawford, G(I3 Washington S. W., Wednesday. Son to Mr, and Mrs. Lloyd Carniody, Manly, Thursday. Daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Dear. W. Clapsadcile, Clear Lake, Thursday. Marriage Licenses Ralph II. Fredrlckson. 28, and Audry J. Robinson, 2{i, both of Karson, Minn.: Andrew Larson, legal. Clear Lake, «nd Grace Larson, legal, Mason City. Divorces Filed O. Stevens against Vent 1. Stevens on grounds of desertion and cruelty. He asks custody of 4 children. Married at Nashua March 18, 1031. Separated Aug. 1, 1!M5. New Car Sales Laplner Motor company, 113 Delaware S. E., GMC truck; T. J. Jonti, Rockwell, Mercury; Lyons Laundry and Dry Cleaning Co., Chevrolet truck; Zenor Motor Co., 124 2nd S. E., Oldsmoblle. Justice Court Disturbing the Peace—Eddie Bergland, Rockwell, fined $100 and costs. Realty Transfers O'Brien, John and Blanche, to Jameo Richard O'Brien and Sara, jt. ten., II, (WD) L13 «nd 14, Blk. 1, Home Park Add., M. C., 8-10-48. District Township of Owen, Columbia No. 6, to John Kaiser, Jl, (QCD) tract In SEU of 11-95-10, 6-21-48. Run kin, Bert A. and Elizabeth F. Rankin, to Dorothy II. Rankln, $1, (WD) Llfl, Blk. "A" In M\ M. and G. W. Burns' Suhd. in Blk. 3 In Parker and Foster's 2nd Add. to M. C., I., 7-8-48. Frahro, Minnie Ilattf, lo William O. and Minnie M. Butterlield, jt. ten., Jl, (WD) E 133 feet of tract No. 5 Pine Hill Acres, Add. lo M. C., I., 7-18-48. Cahill, Anna, to John Cahill, el. al., Jl, (QCD) L403 and 41)4, Midland Helghti, Add. to M. C., I., C-D-48. Geer, Rnth A. and Warren H., to John H. and Birdie Murray, Jl, (WD) 1.0, Oak Park Place, Add. to -M. C., I., 7-10-18. Shoeman, Efirle, to Alyce F. Shoeman, Jl, (QCD) LWfl and Wtt of 185, Midland Heights, Add. to M. C., I., 7-13-48. Duc.icnlierg, Edgar M. • and Opal L. Duesenbcrg, to Floyd L. and Ruth O. Klmball, jt. ten., $1, (WD) L7, Blk. 1, J. G. Linden's Add, to Clear Lake, 71-48. CansldF, Jamet J,, to Ed L. and Helen Bluhm, jt. ten., $1, (WD) L8, Blk. 1, J. L. Harklnson'i Snbd. In SEV* NEU •l-DfI-20, 7-12-48. Walter, Louis I. and Bertha M., to Bert and Vivian Muriel Thiederman, Jt. ten., Jl, (WD) tract of land In LK in Suhd. of NE«i NE',1 18-06-21, G-20-48. Holland, Gu.Unv and Rachel, to Central State Theatre Corp., $0,0011, (WD) W of NW'.i SWfr'.i 7-3(1-50, 7-3-18. STOP THAT RIP! Mend Usnrm in window shades at once with strong, invisible "SCOTCH"TAPE. Keeps rips from growing. SCTCH i^MM SIAIS WITHOUT MOIITININO TRANSfARINT AS GLASS 25e of y*wr lav»r!lt ittrt of "Scotch" T«r>«irfe»»!n th«n«w frr« "Slii-k Triclcn" Imnlclet. 8<mH for yotira ImUy ...and If you h«v« *ome clcvnr hiincnm on how you UM "Scotch" Pup*, Irl u» hcnr from yowl Mln»e*ot« Mining * Mfr, Co., 866 Kiuqultr Av«.. Si. ]>«ul 6, Minn. SPECIAL SELLING higher priced styles in .ALL-LEATHER 15 SALE OF Rayon Jersey Reg. $1.59 Yard..... Now 9 8' yd. Bemberg Sheer Reg. $1.59 Yard ..... Now 9 8 Mesh These exciting flatties were remarkable buys even at the original price. Don't miss 'em at a hard-to-believe $2.88. Sizes 4 to 9. Shop In Cool Comfort BARON'S Main Floor Shoe Dept. (Limited Quanity) Reg. $1.59 Yard ..... Now 9 8° yd NEW ARRIVAL Rayon Faille Brown — Navy — Mistic Blue — Silver Frost — San Moritz &* $ 7.39 Yard THE ps ^BB ompanw 219 North Federal Mason City A STORE-WIDE CLEARANCE— BARGAINS IN ALL DEPARTMENTS- BUY AT SMITH'S AND SAVE BED ROOM SUITES 3-PIECE BEDROOM SUITE—Your choice of Limed Oak or Blond Wood 4-P1ECE BEDROOM SUITE—Your Choice of Modern Walnut or Mahogany. 3-PIECE COLONIAL BEDROOM SUITE— In Walnur or Mahogany *159 50 $ 129 95 4-PIECE MAPLE SUITE—Your Choice of Vanity $ or Dresser; Large Roomy Chest on Chest. ..... 179 .75 Living Room SUITES 2-PC. MOHAIR FRIEZE SUITE Guaranteed All Spring $ Construction 2-PIECE VELOUR SUITE Good Modern Styling, All Hair Filled, Guaranteed Construction. A Bargain at 2-PIECE KIDNEY SUITE Upholstered in Durable $"ft^A 75 Velour. Now AO7 Group of 6 Lounge Chairs These chairs covered in velours and tapestries. Regularly sold at $69.50. Now... Group-6 Platform Rockers $^j.75 24 Chairs formerly priced at $39.50 to $49.50. Now. . CEDAR CHESTS 19 9x12 FELT BASE RUGS SINGLE or FULL SIZE BEDS .39 OCCASIONAL CHAIRS $ 11 95 STUDIO COUCHES COIL SPRINGS ... $ A-95 7-WAY LAMPS $95 11 DESKS MATTRESSES FLOOR COVERINGS — SEE OUR LARGE SELECTION OF RUGS AND CARPETS — 9 AND 12 FOOT BROADLOOMS FROM THE LOOMS OF BIGELOW, ALEXANDER SMITH. INLAID LINOLEUM — STANDARD OR HEAVY WEIGHT. Buy Now and Save — Use Our Liberal Budget Plan FREE DELIVERY SMITH FURNITURE COMPANY 226 South Federal

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