Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on July 10, 1948 · Page 2
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Mason City, Iowa
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Saturday, July 10, 1948
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16 MM«O July 9. ^ Muba City, U, Moson City Calendar JULY 1»-11—Aviation days at Municipal airport. ' . , JULY 11—Odd FeUow* home annual picnic. JULY 17-lfr-8th annual North Iowa horse sHow, fairgrounds, 8 p. m. JULY S8—Community Chest budget hearings, Y. W. C. A.. S p. m. AUG. «. 1 •»* •—Junior Legioo »Ut« baseball tournament. AUG. fl, 7 an* »—Governor'* days at Clear Lake. AUG. 81-84—Junior Legion Regional baseball tournament. , AUG. ZS-ZS—Mason City high school and junior college registration. Mason City high school. 8 to 12 a. m., 1 to 5 p. m. SEPT 8-7—North Iowa fair. SEFT. 2«-27—Iowa State Jewelers association convention. HERE IN MASON CITY Expect 4,000 at /.O.O.F. Home Picnic " w _ • ~ ' r^ '. '• ~ ..........................v.:.v.:,|.-. : .../:.,.:- • Fuller Brushes. Phone 1358W. ^ , ? Did you see The New Look? j ard Delalioyde. Mrs. Mildred Prescott, 304 Kirk * ~ " Grand Lodge and Assembly Heads Coming Buses Chartered to Bring Large Crowds The largest "convention" of 1948 in Mason City will be held here Sunday when the Iowa Odd Fellows and Rebekahs have their annual picnic at the old people's and children's homes on 19th S. W. More than 4,000 persons are expected, according to Supt. How- apartments, is being visited by her son, Leland Prescott, and family consisting of a wife and son, Kenneth, from New York, where Mr. Prescott is advertising photographer for Tiffany jewelry. Paper Headquarters. Shepherds. Time tested paints at Payne's color bar. There will be a pick-up Sunday morning at 8 o'clock at the Municipal airport for members of the Reserve Unit 282nd Composite Squadron 570th Heavy Bombardment Flight E. They will fly to Sioux City for flight training. Weed killers now in stock. Boomhower Hdw. Free roof inspection. Iowa Insulators. Phone 5796. Roofing, siding, Blown Rock Wool Insulation. Women of the Moose will hold an ice cream social at the Walter Carr home, 615 N. Federal, Monday evening. NEWS of RECORD Realty Transfers r,udercan, Ceo. R.. Ex., to St. James Ev Lutheran Congregation of M. C. »n,000 fEx.D.). L 8, Blk. 2 Plat of River Heights, Add. to MCI. 0-14-48. Cunningham, Virginia, to Gustav* Hacliel Holland Jt. ten. SI (WD). TVti NW14 SWtt 1-9G-20. 7-8-48. IVillowbrook Development Co.. to JtalpU E. & Irene W. Smiley jt. ten. $1 (WD). !• 5, Bit. 11 Wllowbrook Add. to MCI. C-l-48. Straw, Nancy Mae & Manscl E., to Markos Jfc Bessie Eugenics it. ten. SL (WD). L 17, Blk. 7 Parker's 4th Add. MCI. 5-25-18. McLarn, Mae T. & R. H., to J. M. Tellord $1 (QCD). Part of L 10 m Suljd. of SM: SAW* NVVVi & VtVt NWV* SW',4 10-00-20. 4-17-44. Enbusk, Frank J. & Margaret, to Associated Holdings, Inc., Jl (WD). S « of L. 5, Blk. 19 Paul Felt's Plat, MCI 6-20-48. mason City Investment Co., to Romeo Gene Callcohia *1 (WD). I, 7, 8. 9, * 10 Bik. 6 B & O Add. MCI. G-14-48. Page, Marlon Marklcy, et »1. to Ray mond R. Loeckle, Admin. SI (SWD) Part X, 10, Blk. 15 R. S. Yonn'g's SuDd 31-00-20. 6-12-48. A. D. Crawford, Cedar Falls, grand master, • will head the Iowa Odd Fellows visiting here and Mrs. Leona Woodbury, Charles City, president of the Rebekahs, also is on the program. All grand lodge and assembly officers are expected, Delalioyde said. Opens With Service The program^ opens with divine services at 10:30 a. m. in a huge tent erected on the lawn in front of the buildings each year. The, Rev. Charles Martin, Murray, grand chaplain, will be in charge. The noon-day meal will be served on the grounds from 12 to 1 o'clock. Hot food will be served under inspection by the state department of agriculture, according to the superintendent. The program will start at 1:30 p. m. with an address of welcome by Mary Walters, a resident of the children's home. The grand master will give the response. After introductions of the special guests there will be a short program, of songs and readings by the old folks and children, Delahoyde said. To Get Acquainted "The program is not the important thing," he explained. "We want the Odd Fellows and Re- bekahs to see the homes and get acquainted." Last year's crowd of approximately 4,000 is the largest in the listory of the event, Delahoyde said, but even more are expected :his year. A great many buses al- -eady have been chartered by various lodges throughout the state, according to information he has received. ALL ROADS TO AIRPORT—This map of the Mason City Municipal airport shows the 4 corners blocked (with black squares) to all traffic except mat going £™>~-£: Saturday and Sunday's "Aviation Days" program. Parking space for Saturday attei- LoS Xn the show^s free, has been blocked off for $1, 50 cente^ftee areas All parking will be free Sunday, but $1.25 will be charged per adult for admission, and cents for children under 12 not accompanied by their parents. Births Reported (At Mercy Hospital)—Son to Mr. and Mrs. Duanc Benner, route 1, Friday. Daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Arndl, 21. r , 7th S. W., Thursday. Son to Mr. and Mrs. Harold Zieglcr, 1423 President N. W.. Thursday. (At Park Hospital)—Son to Mr. ana Mrs. Richard Tarkelson, 310 23rd S. W., Friday. Police Court No Operator's License—William C. Trebil, 318 Pennsylvania N. E., and Arthur Harndlerka, Garner, each forfeited $5 bond. Marriage Licenses Ewald Tuchtenhagren, 45, Charles City, and Hattie Tuchtenhagen, 48, Albert L,ea; Robert Swarner, 25, and Evelyn Swarner, 25, both of Mason City. New Cor Sales Mason City Far Shoppe, 215 N. Federal, Plymouth; Perry R. Fousle, «20 Uth N. W., Chevrolet; E. W. Loterbour, 403 llth S. E., Buick; rrltciard Motor Co., Mason City, Ford. Jade takes a silky, oil smooth finish when polished. MOVING? CALL HEIMENDINGER TRANSFER LINE Local or Long Distance EACH LOAD FULLY INSURED Experienced men and best equipment. PHONE 1070 Winnebago Boy Scout Council Meeting Set Semi-annual Session at Camp Roosevelt The semi-annual meeting of the Winnebago council, Boy Scouts | of America, will be held at Camp Roosevelt Monday with representatives of all Boy Scout units in the 9-counties to attend. Camp Director Al Duitmah will conduct a tour around camp beginning at 5:30 p.m., and dinner will be served in the dining hall at 6:30 p.m., camp style. To Give Reports Progress reports for the first 6 months of 1948 will be made and plans formulated for the remainder of the year, J. W. Norfolk, council executive, announced. Two major topics to come under discussion will be the fall roundup program and the adoption of the 1949 council budget which goes into effect in January. Dr. A. L. Miller, council president, will preside. Committees Represented Council reports will be given by: Jay Tubbesing of Mason City, camping chairman; H. E. VanEssen of Mason City, leadership training chairman; Dr. R. H. Koenig of Charles City, organization and extension chairman; the Rev. H. P. Rumford of Mason City, advancement chairman; Keith Krause of Mason City, health and safety chairman; Carl Dwyer of Mason City, personnel policy chairman, and Ray Custer of Sheffield, a member of the finance committee. Judge William P. Butler, the council's national representative, and Ray Rorick, council commissioner, will both be at Lake Okoboji where they will be officers at the Iowa-Nebraska sectional sea scout regatta. Thornton Man Dies of Heart Ailment No. 33 in Scries— Fathers and Sons Working Together in Mason City ^^ . , _ _ ^ ,... d^H»- c*MMi rmu,«»j*«M fm^M&t. A^fllMAdlHHHBi:.. ''•&'/, < y.\^j Globe-Gazette Photo IN IMPLEMENT BUSINESS— 0. W. Ong, pictured above at left, and Phil W. Ong, of the Cerro Gordo implement store, 15 10th S. \V., are another father and son team em- ~ ' ~ Red Cross Series ^ J HELICOPTER TO FLY—This helicopter will be flown at the "Aviation Days _ program on Sunday at the Mason City Municipal airport, with Bob Bromberger flying it. An attempted parachute jump will be made from it, weather permitting. Many Planes = eatured in Sunday Show All roads will lead to the Ma on City Municipal airport Saturday and Sunday for the "Aviation Days" program sponsored by the Mason City and Clear Lake Chambers of Commerce. Only one road will lead into the airport, however, the main entrance being at the southeast corner of the port, where tickets will be taken. Traffic will be detoured at the crossroads at the 4 corners of the airport and only those going to the port will be allowed on highway 18 past the 1 mile corner to the lake. Saturday's Show Free Saturday afternoon's program by the air force and the field display of military aircraft will be free to the public. A charge will be made for parking cars, however, as shown in the diagram. No charge will be made for parking cars on Sunday but admission will be charged for this show, including the model contest, midget auto racing, the carnival, marching bands and the Ray Henry air show. ployed together in Mason City. I The elder Mr. Ong moved to! Mason City in 1921 and entered the employ of the Cerro Gordo implement store in the.capacity of The "In Your Name" dramas salesman in 1936. He was elevated pl . ese nted weekly by radio station^ to the position of manager in 1938, KGLO in co-operation with the ^^?n,TurchtertSS 2o£ Cerro Gordo chapter of th<jAxner- the John Deere plow company. ican Red Cross, will be hearu sai, Phil Ong, a graduate of the lo- urday at 3:30 p, m. cal high school, entered the army This week's suspense filled epi- air corps in May, 1942, for a 3* so de, depicts a dangerous moun- year tour of duty, which included tain c ii m b and a sudden stroke ot overseas service and 21 months U a t e , that is an outgrowth of a imprisonment as a German pris- spor ting wager made between « oner of war. Upon discharge, he wea lthy men. assumed an active interest in the Q era id Mohr ( veteran of radio, establishment Jan. 1, 1946. Prior , d screen i s j n the starring to entrance into service, he was ' "** employed by the John Deere plow company at Hampton. O. W. Ong is a member of the Odd Fellows lodge, and the son is | associated with the Mason City I Junior Chamber of Commerce. 1 IT'S ASPIRIN AT ITS BEST St. Joseph ASPIRIN WORLD'S LARGEST SEtLEftATIOt Government Lends 68 Cents on Oats Government loans of 68 cents bushel on oats are available to Cerro Gordo county farmers, it was announced Friday by Elmer W. Krause, county AAA chairman. The loans will be made from harvest to Dec. 31, he said, and will mature April 30, 1949. The loans call t'or farm storage of the onto which must be in the bin for inspection 30 days before sealing. A $3 sealing fee is payable when the application is made, Krause said, but it will be included in the loan cost of 1 cent a bushel. Thornton—Funeral services for Harry J. Sorensen, 52, veteran of World war I, retired farmer, will be held Sunday at 1:30 p. m. at he home and at 2 p. m. at the Methodist church. Burial will be n the Meservey cemetery. Mr. Sorensen died at his home at 9 p. m. Thursday following a i stroke. He had suffered from a heart ailment which forced his retirement from farming. Survivors are the widow, 3 daughters, Mavis, 14, Janice, 12, and Donna, 2. a brother, Ralph, and a sister, Mrs. Sam Will, of Thornton. The American Legion post, of which he was a member, will assist at the funeral. WE'LL BE CLOSED ALL NEXT WEEK The DeWilde Auto Service Avill be Closed For One Week, July 12 to 17, so we can take our vacations. DeWilde Auto Service 15 4th Street N. E. — Phone 1848 TO SPEAK AT CHURCH—Prof. Paulus Lange of the English and speech department of Iowa State college at Ames, will speak on "Christian Citizenship" at the First Congregational church Sunday morning service at 10:45. Tree trunks may be split open by excessively low temperature. Hand Craft Wears Longer What hip feel you have, son! And how "hard" you wear- your shoes. Belter tell Ibe folks we can repair while you wall. FOX SHOE REPAIR 205 South Federal Rites Saturday MRS. LEONA WOODBURY —President of Rebekahs Osage — Funeral services for The Oregon territory was a mammoth area from which the states of Oregon, Washington, Idaho and parts of Wyoming were later carved. r mr snuw» i v^*»»*^»- • — -*• ^ *.*.*-•».»-*"•• M*-* • *— ~« — Admission for Sunday's show Mrs. Ed Griiistead, 66, were ten- will be $1.25 per adult and 50 tatively set for Saturday at 2 p. m. cents for children under 12 not a t the Champion f uneral home, accompanied by their parents. Doctor Glenn Hartong officiating. Helicopter Featured Burial will be in the Osage ceme- One of the features of the Ray tery. She died of a stroke Thurs- AIR CONDITIONING FRANCHISE AVAILABLE Leading Nationally Advertised Line NO INVESTMENT NEEDED ^yrite A-7, care of Glohc- Gazctte, Mason City, Iowa. Give full particulars in first letter. OMA BURGENER will UNLOAD your CARLOAD Phone 1010 HOUSEHOLD GOODS MOVING Packing and Crating VENETIAN BLINDS Wilt Beautify Your Home or Office Your Choice of • 4 GRADES of BLINDS. • 10 COLORS of SLATS with MATCHING TAPES. • SOMETHING NEW IN DRAPERY BRACKETS. F An Air Henry air show will be the 14-B . at 6 p. m. at her home. Survivors include her husband, PATTERSON JAMES . Funeral Homes Mason City Rockwell M ONUMENT AJ-CJU-J 1 Uli. .j..«.. .- - < Bell helicopter, powered wnn a . ourvivuit* nc-i^nnj, 175 horsepower Franklin. It has son> j o hn, of Orchard, 3 brothers a 2 blade main rotar and 2 anc i 4 s i s ters. Mr. and Mrs. Grin- fa 1 a d e d anti-torque propeller, s t ca d came from Bloomington, 111., which enables it to turn. to a farm in Mitchell county in Although the helicopter has no hgn, living there until 1945 when wings, it has what is termed ro- they re (,i re d and moved to Greene. tating wings that hold it aloft. It can be suspended with one wheel resting on the palm of a person's hand. The helicopter will be flown by Bob Bromberger, the only civilian pilot in the United States who can issue helicopter ratings. This job will come' to Mason City from its base at Galesburg, 111. To Attempt Jump An attempted parachute jump will be made from the helicopter, weather permitting. Machines _ of this type are used for changing bulbs on radio towers, delivering mail from airports to postoffice, crop dusting and other uses. ' Weather permitting there will also be a prolonged spin in a J-3 Howard Libersky's smallest tri- motored plane in the world also will be flown. It is a 1930 Aeronca model, which has been converted into a tri-motored job. Originally it was 36 horsepower; now it is 105 horsepower. Ample loud speakers will inform the crowd of all events taking place throughout both days of the program. We will gladly measure you? windows and make FREE ESTIMATES ... NO OBLIGATION. • ASK ABOUT OUR LAUNDRY AND REPAIR SERVICE • VENETIAN BLIND MFG. & SHADE CO. Visit Us or Phone 64 719 *° rth Commercial Hotel Hanford Sundoy, July 11, 1948 Special Sunday Dinner MEET YOUR FRIENDS at the IN LIFE MOTHER Was your best friend and in death she is your sweetest memory North America has more than 600 kinds of birds, belonging to 75 families. Federal Cigar Store The Coolest Place in Town! New Air-CondiHoning . . . Ticker-Tape . . . Brings All League Ball Games . . . day or night. Also other sports results. "YOUR BUSINESS IS APPRECIATED" 119 SO. FEDERAL MIKE MOORE, Mgr. Includes COMPLETE DINNER Children's Portions Vz Price Have you placed a monument where she sleeps If not lei 9* help. Mason City Monumental Works, Inc. Have you paid your water bill? AVOID PENALTY WEST SIDE WATER BILLS WERE DUE JULY 1 You will SAVE a penalty of 10% by paying your WATER bill by Saturday, July 10. NOTICE Office Closes at 1 2 o'clock (noon) on Saturdays Genrf* Miller Iftlk It. ft. W. Phtn» 082 Mason City Water Department Choice of: Chilled Tomato Juice or Chicken Broth With Rice Baked Swiss Steak en Vegetable Gravy $1.00 Roast Sirloin of Beef, Natural Gravy. 1.00 Chicken Short Cake with New Peas 1-00 Fresh Shrimp Salad, Quartered Tomatoes & Egg.. 1.00 Broiled Fillet of Wail-Eyed Pike, Tartar Sauce... 1.00 Breaded Pork Chop, Apple Sauce 1-00 Ground Sirloin Steak, Mushroom Sauce 1.00 Assorted Cold Meats and Potato Salad 1.00 Whipped, Oven Browned, or Yankee Fried Potatoes Fresh Lima Beans or Asparagus Cottage Cheese & Pear Salad Corn Sticks Coffee Choice of: Ice Cream, Sherbets, or Vanilla Pudding FROM OUR A LA CARTE MENU: Chops, Steaks, Roas* Prime Ribi, Fried Chicken, Sea- foods, Salads, Sandwiches, and Hanford Hamburgers. PLATE LUNCHEONS EVERY e|W» DAY, EXCEPTING SUNDAY...... ... ^W

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