Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on July 16, 1948 · Page 46
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Hen Picks Her Spot Memphis, Tcnn., (U.R)—Mrs. A. V. Willins heard a thumping inside a metal tub hanging from a on the back porch. Investigating, she found her pet bantam making herself comfortable on 7 eggs. 2 OHM Set FAMOUS MAKE Nationally Advertised SPARK PLUGS FRI. Gr SAT. $129 ANY MAKE — ANY MODEL CAR irestont 122 So. Federal STORE Phone 766 Des Moines City Workers Get Pay Hike Des Moines, (vP)—A pay boost of $180 annually will be given all city employes during the next fiscal year, Mayor Heck Ross said Wednesday. ^ The $180 pay boost was also granted all employes of the city assessor's office in the courthouse during a meeting Wednesday morning of the 3 city taxing bodies. Mayor Ross said the city em- ployes' raise would become effective April 1, 1949, the beginning of the fiscal year. The assessor's employes will be raised on Jan. 1. 1949. Butler Farm Bureau Plans Sports Event Allison—Butler county's annual Farm Bureau sports festival will be held at Allison Aug. 24. All members of the organization are invited to participate in the various sports events. Buys Residence C r e s c o — Merle Martin has bought the Mrs. Eugene Irvine modern residence on 3rd Avenue East. The Martin family will move there from the McKitrick apartments on North Elm street. Mrs. Irvine and daughter, Katharine, will move to Minneapolis. Miss Irvine is on the faculty of the Minneapolis city schools. Store i SALE OVERALL PANTS Blue Denim. Sanforized.. In appreciation of the wonderful patronage we have received during our two years of business, our prices have been greatly reduced for this big birthday sale. BIB OVERALLS 2.59 Blue Denim, Sanforized . Bib Overalls 9-o*. Denim Herringbone Hickory Stripe 2.95 55.00 WORSTED SUITS 45.00 THE NATIONS/7/WFSr 35.00 TROPICAL SUMMER SUITS Boys' O'alls Blue Denim Herringbone Sizes 1 to 16 1.98 Judges Kepler and Boynton Renominated Judge Comments on Democratic Conclave Judges Tom Boynton, Forest City, and M. H. Kepler, Northwood, were nominated Thursday by the republican 12th judicial district convention to succeed themselves for 4 year terms starting next January. The nomination was by acclamation. Judge Kepler in thanking the convention for the nomination told the lawyers that it was the 7th time he had been nominated and that he has spent more than 25 years on the bench. "I wouldn't have stayed except for the fine group of attorneys in the district," he declared. He reported that Judge Boynton was in Minnesota Thursday on a vacation trip. Justice Bliss Attends Noting that "this is a republican convention," Judge Kepler commented on radio broadcasts of the democratic national convention heard Wednesday evening and expressed his sympathy for the southern democrats since "I, too, am a state's rights man." He added that there was more encroachment on states' rights during the Roosevelt administration than in any other. Judge Kepler was nominated fay Dudley Weible, Forest City, and Judge Boynton by F. A. Ontjes, Mason City. Supreme Court Justice W. L. Bliss spoke briefly on invitation by Burton E. Sweet, Waverly, convention chairman. Clough to Be Chairman R. F. Clough, convention secretary, was elected chairman of the 12th .judicial district republican committee in a meeting following the convention. Other committeemen attending were W. C. Shep- nard, Butler county; Armand L. Young, Bremer; R. W. Zastrow, Floyd; Joe Sans, Mitchell, and O. J. Wardwell, Worth. Judge Boynton is the Winnebago county com- rnitteernari and Hancock county's was not named. Butler county entered a protest on apportionment of the number of delegates to the convention. Clough explained that it was made according to the number of votes cast for governor in the last election. Soloist's Play for Lions Club Meeting at Country Club Three soloists of the Mason City municipal band — Mildred Kopecky, Wendell Stevens, and Bob Servison—comprised the program for the weekly meeting of the Mason City Lions club Wednesday noon at the country club. Miss Kopecky presented "Reflections" on the baritone euphonium, Mr. Stevens, cornet soloist, played "Sounds From the Hudson" and Mr. Servison, clarinetist, offered "Prelude Et Rigau- don." George Mendon presided over the meeting and Bernard Main was in charge of the program. Henry T. Paine, assistant conductor of the municipal band, introduced the soloists. Privacy mt Last Swansea, Mass., (U.R) — Police Jhief Arthur Ormsbee has finally been given a private line after conducting official business for years over a 10-party circuit. The Laguna Indian pueblo in New Mexico is the largest pueblo east of the Continental Divide. The San Jose de Laguna mission, built in 1669, was decorated by Indian craftsmen of this pueblo. Mtion City GI«bc-G»ietU, Ma»n CHy. U. July 15, 1948 PILES TROUBLE? For Quick Relief DON'T DEI>AS AN\ LONGER! Now, * doctor's formula you can use at hom« to relieve distressing discomfort at pain- Itch—Irritation dua to piles. Tend* to soften and shrink swelling. Ua« this provea doctor's formula. You'll b« amazed at its speedy action relief. Ask your druggist today for Thornton & Minor's Rectal Ointment or Suppositories. Follow label In- itructlons. For «ale at ali drutf Btorea. In Mason City at Ford Hopkins and OSCO Drugs. 22.50 49.50 WORSTED SUITS 39.50 3.95 BOYS' PANTS 1.98 45.00 TROPICAL WORSTED SUITS AM Wool. .. 35.00 7.95 MEN'S SLACKS 4-95 3.95 Pajamas Broadcloth .... 2.98 3.50 DRESS SHIRTS White, Broken Sizes 1.98 3.95 Dress Shirts 2.98 White, Fancy 2.95 NIGHTGOWNS Muslin 2.49 1.98 UNION SUITS Knit or Nainsook .. 1 A« 1.95 RAYON SHORTS 79c 5.95 LOAFERS 3.95 10.95 SUMMER SHOES 6.95 4.95 WORK SHOES 3.95 Boys' 1.98 SPORT SHIRTS 1.49 BOYS' SHORTS BOYS' U'SHIRTS 1.95 Men's Fancy Tee-Shirts 1.00 1.69 SPORT SHIRTS Boys' , 98c Boys' Tee-Shirts 49c 1.00, Men's Tee-Shirts 69c L Prices Cut Throughout the Store. Many More Bargains. MEN'S X} CLOTHING IL STRAW HATS 49c ALL SALES FINAL NO RETURNS NO EXCHANGES RESERVE RIGHTTO LIMIT Store BOYS' CLOTHING 123 SO. FEDERAL JUDGE M. H. KEPLER JUDGE TOM BOYNTON Church to Dedicate New Chancel Lights ScarviHe — Dr. O. G. Malmin, editor of the Lutheran Herald, will be the guest speaker Sunday at the morning worship at North Prairie Lutheran church. The occasion is the dedication of chancel lights given in memory of Dr. Malmin's parents, the 1 ate Rev. and Mrs. Rasmus Malmin, who served the North Prairie congregation for a number of years. The gift was given by the Oscar Kaasa family. Nursing Bottle Aids Lab With 15 Puppies Charles City—Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Mincks of Charles City have a black Labrador dog, "Queen," which brought into the world a litter of 15 puppies on the firsl of the month. All are alive and healthy. Several of them are fed by the Mincks with a nursing bottle to help out the anxiou mother. Five of the pups are male- and 10 females. Many people have called to have a look at the lively family. Leaves for Alaska Osage—Jerry Karwac, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Karwac, owners and managers of the Karwat bakery, is enrputc to Alaska for o 9 month period. He is listed as CSSN, U. 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