Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on July 16, 1948 · Page 51
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6 July 15, 1948 MMM Cltjr Glokc-Gaicitc, MM*B City, li. NEA Asked to Study Radio, Comics, Films The National Education association has before it a recommenda- tion to a commission to study present day radio programs, comics and film strips "with a view to their use as wholesome, constructive forces in the teaching of "moral jjnd spiritual values." • The recommendation was made by a committee on the role of the public schools in the development of moral and spiritual values which met during the recent association convention in Cleveland with Supt. Lawrence H. Shepois- Really Refreshes "SA1ADA TEA er, Mason City, as committee chairman. "The committee felt that it will be necessary for parents to demand a revision in mass media of communication (radio, comics and films) before there can be much improvement," Shepoiser reported Thursday. The rommittee reported that "keeping sectarianism out of the public schools does not have to mean the elimination of the teaching of moral and t spiritual values. A child has an 'inherent right in our democratic society to receive that kind of education in which he learns the proper balance between the material and the spiritual." It is necessary, the committee added, that publications be prepared to serve as guides for teaching of such values, that teacher training institutions recognize their obligation and that the teaching profession reaffirm its support of a positive program of moral and spiritual values. LEGAL NOT ICES The United States general accounting office was created June 10, 1921. The comptroller general is head oE it. He is Lindsay C. Warren of North Carolina. The 'comptroller general holds office for 15 years and is not eligible for reappointment. ENNEY'S MID-SUMMER SHOE FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY! r Prices slashed! Al! spring and summer shoes re-priced to sell fast! Not all styles : — - Not all sizes — But a splendid assortment of higher priced shoes at give-away prices. HURRY! Take advantage of these shoe values NOW! Group I WOMEN'S OPEN STYLE SUMMER SHOES Brown and White or Red and White Spectators• A!! White Penney's clever variations of women's beloved spectator pumps. Airy and smart! From much higher priced lines! Group II FAMOUS LONG WEARING CYNTHIAS 3.00 • Sling Pumps • Platform Styles Delicately fashioned styles of smooth leather. Red, Green, Black and Brown. Pumps, Ties and Straps. Group IV PLAY SHOES 3.00 Comfortable open style play shoes. Real value for low cost! Red, Green, Black ,White. CHILDREN'S SUMMERTIME FAVORITES! 2.00 Sturdy, cool summer sandals. Red or Brown, Sizes 7 to 11 '1/2. Group III DRESSY STYLES • Pumps • Sandals 5.00 Dressy styles in dark shades to supplement your fall shoe wardrobe. Broken sizes. REDUCED FOR QUICK CLEARANCE! MEN'S COOL SUMMER OXFORDS 5.00 Brown and White Brown and Tan Brown Perforated BUDGET ESTIMATE SCHOOL DISTRICT NOTICE:—The Board of Plrectorg of Falls Township Consolidated School District, Cerro Gordo County, Iowa, will meet July 26, 1848. at 8:00 P. M., at the School House. Taxpayers will be heard for or against the following estimate of expenditures for the yenr beginning July 1, 1948, and ending June 30, 1049. A detailed statement of receipts and disbursements, both past and anticipated will be available at the hearing. D. W. DUNTON, District Secretary. FUNDS Expenditures for Year >• a *"* +* n !§ General $30,465.03 $35,280.00 $ 4,200.00 $31.080.00 Transportation 3.257.37 1,045.00 1,000.00 845.00 Total General Fund $24,203.00 $33,723.30 537,125.00 55,200.00 S31.925.CO Pension—State System .100.00 300.00 Special Courses Fund 602.70 3.400.00 3.400.00 Total All Purposes $24,203.00 $34,320.00 $40,825.00 $ 5,200.00 $35,625.00 GENERAL FUND $2,481.41 Net Unencumbered Balance (G. F.t S2.481.4l School House Fund 2,117.42 Est. tax per $1,000.00 assessed value $ 31.11 Number of persons of school age 169 Taxable valuation, 1047 880,036.00 Moneys and Credits. 1947 40,045.00 5-Year-Old Grandson of Mr., Mrs. Gould Drowns While Wading Mrs. G. O. Gould, 801 Washington N. W., left Thursday for Seattle, Wash., where she was called by the death of her grandson, David Hinley Richardson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Richardson. David who was 5 years old was drowned late Wednesday afternoon while wading in Lake Washington. < He is survived by his parents and an older brother. His mother was Mary Gould, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. O. Gould, before her marriage. Funeral arrangements are incomplete. BUDGET ESTIMATE AND KECORD OF FILING TOWN AND CITY ESTIMATE NOTICE:—The Town council of Dougherty o£ Cerro Gordo County, Iowa, will meet July 26. 1948, at 8 P. M.. at Town Hall. Taxpayers will be heard for or against the following estimate of expenditures for the year beginning April 1, 1940. A detailed statement of receipts and disbursements, both past and- anticipated will be available at the hearing. P. J. SCIESZ1NSKI, Town Clerk. FUNDS Expenditures for Year w r- r- oa C". 0 CJ O) «— « r-t i-l »H ~ o -~ -: o «" rs 3 . c. jg o. o < S < IS J.O w S xW-7 W ... 2 •a £2 vi 5 _j o.'S't) O.-0 «J IX p,£ c u en 10 ai "* E 3« : S '•5 l^o. W c3 W ^ ' o •5^3 Si 5 *O «Q " •i* O &H ^ (C Ci E^cV ~j C^^f W oH2 i S a> *i ^^ 3 O E < Helps You Overcome FALSE TEETH Looseness and Worry No longer b« annoyed or feel lll-at ease because of loose, wabbly false teeth. FASTEETH, an improved alka line (non-acid ( powder, sprinkled on your plates holds them firmer so they feel more comfortable. Soothing and cooling to gums made sore by excessive acid mouth. Avoid embarrassmen caused by loose plates. Get FASTEFTH today at. any drug store. LARGE &RQW- SHAP/NG Cut-(Kilo umm&n. STYLEP TO KEEP YOU COOL AND iOVfiY Dottu 104 NORTH FEDERAL Total Consolidated ..51,700 $1,^58 Fire Maintenance ____ 2,000 333 Fire Equipment ..... 20(1 213 City Hall Maintenance MO 409 City Hall Bond ...... 2,000 522 Park ........ ......... Playground .......... Road, (Agri. Land) ... 170 Totals ............ $7,022 $2,500 200 100 200 550 50 100 50 $3.750 $100 5 300 $2,200 200 100 200 550 50 100 50 $3,450 R4, $3,^90 $3.750 ? 300 Estimated Taxes per $1,000.00 ol assessed value $14.16. Taxable valuation (1347) $196,031 Moneys and credits (1947) 78,488 BUDGET ESTIMATE AND RECORD OF FILING TOWN AND CITY ESTIMATE NOTICE:—The Town council ot Plymouth of Cerro Gordo County. Iowa, will meet July 26, 1948, at 8 P. M . at Town Hall. Taxpayers will be heard lor or against the following estimate o£ expenditures for the year beginning April 1. 1949. A detailed statement of receipts and disbursements, both past and anticipated will be available at the hearing. EVELYN M.SNELL, Town Clerk. FUNDS Expenditures for Year O) Ol c. re r- oo -f *f CD CTi "u t^ < a — o 1 [ll ^t X w i td C7» W IT. I_, cj ff> T3 t- -H <U ~ S.2-0 ttT3 «J as« PH at ^T» S •oS 2 4J CJ «-2S- E|g2 "ft e"S ft W cJ«< c .2 M cy n liii T3 M.iS |«g S 41 13 ^-° ^0 It^ ? >* CT) C u s. 1 ** 1 < e3 ^O> W^3 rH General ? 770 § 700 $1,375 Grading 21 90 130 Improvement 178 96 225 Road Dragging 329 171 200 Snow Removal IfiO 26 75 Garbage Disposal .... in 24 50 Light 375 317 350 Total Consolidated .51,050 $1,424 $2,405 Fire Maintenance .... 441 150 Fire Equipment 22 242 182 City Hall Maintenance 12r> 243 125 Library 47 58 50 Waterworks l,lfin 1,378 900 Cemetery 153 154 150 Emergency Road (Agri. Land) ..10 10 12 Road 125 1,700 BOO Totals $3,292 S5.G50 $4.574 $300 Estimated Taxes per SI.000.00 of assessed value $14.14. Taxable valuation (1947) Regular District Agricultural Land Moneys and credits (1947) $300 475 $ 475 500 500 $1,475 $ 900 130 225 200 75 50 350 $1,930 150 182 125 50 100 150 134 12 100 $2.933 .$125.299 8,560 . 92,480 Altar Candelabra Donated to Church Scarville—A beautiful pair of altar candelabra was presented to Immanuel Lutheran church and formally dedicated. They were given in memory of Mr. and Mrs. John Hellie, pioneer members o' the congregation and the memorial was made possible through gifts from the family. Eagle Grove GTs Body Arrives on Transport Kanawha — The body of T/5 Marion A. Hanson, son. of Mr. and Mrs. Guy W. Hanson of Eagle Grove, a nephew of Earl and Lyman Hanson of Kanawha, is being returned to this country for reburial on the U. S. army transport Oglethorpe Victory from Europe. DIES IN TEXAS Allison—Mrs. Ralph McWhirter received word of the death of her father, Thomas R. Riggs, past 80 years of age, at the home of his son, Charles, in San Antonio, Texas. He died in his sleep Tuesday evening. Mr. Riggs is survived by 2 sons, Charles and Carl, both of San Antonio, Texas, one daughter, Mrs. Ralph McWhirter of Allison. His wife died 3 years ago. Mrs. McWhirter was taken to Des Moines Wednesday by her son John and wife, where she went by plane to Texas. Funeral will be Friday in Texas with burial at Mercedes, Texas. OS AGE HOME SOLD O s a e e—Mrs. Charles Dorow and daughter, Florence, have sold their home at 520 Oak street to Mr. and Mrs. Glen French, with possession Aug. 15. Miss Dorow will be an instructor in the Mason ity schools this fall. The Dorows are negotiating for the purchase of a house in Mason City. IN IF YOU CAN DRAW! MAKE MONEY WITH YOUR BRUSH AND PEN AOE. • Please send m« your FREE Talent Test: I I NAME I ADDRESS I CITY | COUNTY STATE 23 So. Federal . . . brings you cool comfort with ESKIMO FANS AT NEW LOW PRICES Get this genuine Eskimo . . . it's speed and has extra power for greater air displacement. It's a real bargain in cool comfort and health. The blades are chrome plated and equipped with super guard for safety on a heavy black crackle enamel base. 8" Non-Oscillating: $ 3.50 10" Oscillating f 10.95 12" Oscillating $19.95 16" Oscillating: $32.50 CHARGE IT! No Interest or Carrying Charge! ore MASON CITY'S LEADING FURNITURE STORE 19-21 FIRST S. E. — MASON CITY CONVENIENT CREDIT — FREE DELIVERY C-1» MINNEAPOLIS IS, MINNESOTA Home Furniture Store has a fine selection of home furnishings especially priced for the month of July. Come in and check these values. SALE OF SECTIONAL SOFAS Several numbers of the popular three-piece sectional sofas priced in two groups. Now you can have that sectional sofa at substantial savings. One Group. . 179 .50 One Group. . 198 .50 CLEARANCE OF SOFA BEDS Many styles to choose from. Convert to a bed in a wink. Ideal for cottages, porches, living room or bedroom. Open arm $*f A-50 style. Regular $98.50. Sale. ...... 79 Other Models Marked Down to Sell During July BROADLOOM CARPET Drastically reduced prices on all wool carpet. Bring your room sizes in for a free estimate. Now is the time to buy your carpet. 9 foot Broadloom in wine, beige or brown. $.£.98 Reg. $7.95. Sale. . . 4 Check our assortment of Carpet Remnants especially priced for July. KNEEHOLE DESKS AM floor samples marked down for July clearance. Walnut, maple and mahog. Now Also secretary bases and other mahogany desks marked down from $98.50 to. . PLATFORM ROCKERS The comfortable kind in durable tapestry and frieze covers. Built for wear and maximum comfort. Many styles to choose from. Prices start at MOHAIR FRIEZE LIVING ROOM SUITE Finest construction by International Furniture Co. Durable mohair frieze covers in all the popular new shades. Buy yours during July and save. Davenport and matching chair. $ -50 Reg. $219.50. Sale MODERN 3-PIECE BEDROOM SUITE Popular modern styling in light mahogany veneer. Large mirror, full size chest and bed. Many styles marked down as much as $100 for July selling. Three $« AO-50 pieces were $219.50—Sale *JrO Bench to Match $15.00 JJ, <?/ **~s[cwe ome MASON CITY'S LEADING FURNITURE STORE 19-21 FIRST STREET S. E. — MASON CITY CONVENIENT CREDIT — FREE DELIVERY

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