Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on July 9, 1948 · Page 11
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Mason City, Iowa
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Friday, July 9, 1948
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Mason City Calendar JULY 10-11—AvUUon d«yi mi Uuntcloal airport. JULiT 11—Odd Fellowi horn* annuil D lc- nic. JULY S»—Community Chest bud«t hearings, Y. W. C. A., 3 p. m. A ? G ' ._";, ? *** *~" Juntor tetfon «tau baseball tournament. AUG. «, 1 and »—Governor's days at Clear Lake. AUG. 21-24—Junior Legion Regional baseball tournament. AUG. 23-25—Mason City high school and junior college' registration, Mason City high school, 8 to 12 a. m., 1 to S p. m KEPT. 8-7—North Iowa fair. HERE IN MASON CITY Fuller Brushes. Phone 1358W. ? DW you see The New Look? Visit Payne's Color Bar. O'Brien Paints at Shepherds. _"In5urancewise." Let George or Bob Harrer do it Phone 321. Wall washing by machine. Ph. 812. Mrs. Harry Swanson, 733 llth street N. E., has returned from Amery, Wis., where she visited relatives and friends for several days. ' Glass Wax for easy cleaning. Get it at Boomhower Hdw. Major Ambulance Service, auto or air. Phone 511. Dr. R. W. Schultz, D. O., Km. 641, Hanford HoteL Rag rugs woven to order. 724 South Penn. Phone 1950-W. Wall paper and paint. No overhead. W. R. Mickey, 707 N. Del. Rummage Sale Saturday and Monday from 9 a. m. to 5 p. m. Mrs. H. B. MiQh.ael, 42Qi N. Fed. Baldwin Acrosonic pianos. See this remarkable instrument. Forest Jacobs, Piano Tuner. Ph. 3561. Hopkins Not Candidate for Appointment P. F. Hopkins, former city manager of Mason City, will not be a candidate for reappointment to the state board of control when his present term ends July 1, 1949 Mr. Hopkins v:?s appointed to the board by Gov. George A. Wilson in May, 1939. Announcement, of Mr. Hopkin's wish to retire next year was made in connection with an announcement of a report that State Rep Albert G. Redman, Sac City, was under consideration by Gov. Robert D. Blue as an appointee to vacancy on. the 3-member board of control. Redman, 65, was defeated for re- nomination in the June 7 primary election. He served'on the governor's 1946 state tax-study committee. The vacancy has existed since the death last winter of E. W. Carlsen of Elkader. Herbert Hauge, (R-Des Moines), is expected to resign from the board this fall to return to private law practice. Increase Seen In Number of Defective Cars Highway Patrol Gives 600 Equipment Tickets A steadily increasing number of motor vehicles are operating in North Iowa with defective equipment, Sgt. Lou Krieger who heads the 8 county Mason City office, said in commenting on the Iowa highway patrol's report for June. Krieger said that there are more cars on the highways and byways each month but that many owners have become careless in letting their autos fall into disrepair. The patrol issued 600 tickets for faulty equipment in June as compared to 465 in May. Both, of these months are heavier than those preceding. A total of 1,329 equipment violations were included in the June list and 1,083 in May. Heaviest number of defects were for lights but there were also 42 cars in June and 41 in May which had brakes which needed repair. Offenders receiving faulty equipment tickets are given a reasonable time to make necessary adjustments. Summons, issued for more serious violations and usually in cases of complete neglect, brought court action for 185 misdemeanors. Drunken driving arrests were the .same for both months, -7. A total of 37 were arrested for passing stop signs and 14 for speeding in restricted zones. Twelve driv- were hailed into court for Father Giannoukos Sponsors 2nd Dance Father Ambrose Giannoukos of the Greek Orthodox church is sponsoring a dance in the Hi-Y room of the Y. M. C. A. at 8 p. m. Friday evening for students of the 3 local high schools and the Mason City junior college in celebration of his 5th anniversary in Mason City. Father Giannoukos will provide pretzels for the dance and Mrs. H. B. Major, Mrs. Robert John- ers detective brakes in June and 14 in May for the same offense. June May 1918 li)l» Summons for moving violations "8 13' Operating motor vehicle while intoxicated ~ Passing: stop signs 87 Prohibited passing ~ Reckless driving 4 Truck speed " Speeding in restricted 70ne . 14 Failure to dim lights K Defective brakes 12 No driver's or chauffeur's license 4."i Miscellaneous 33 Summons for non-movinf violations 37 Intoxication or drinking on public way ' Improper registration 4 Stopping on traveled way ... 0 Failure to make accident report 1 Parked vehicle with no flaffi- or flares 2 Miscellaneous . t Summons lor defective equipment 16 Total convicted or pleaded guilty 314 Cases pending (IK Fines assessed $2,391 Faulty equipment tickets issued 600 Number of equipment viola- 0 1 1 *7 It CiS 4G.-> Globe-Gazette Photo LEARN TO SWIM—Instructors Suzanne Seneff, in the water, and Janet Burns, shown pointing instructions, supervise the activities of Karin Wolding, Duke lieiber, Zoe Sherman and Denny Breens, pictured above left to right, in one of the daily swim sessions, sponsored by the Cerro Gordo chapter of the Red Cross, at the Monroe junior high school pool. Free qualified instruction is presented Jay the Red Cross at the Monroe and Roosevelt junior high pools and at Clear Lake. lights lions for Headlights . Taillights .. Stop lights Identification Reflectors Clearance lights Flags and flares License plates Horns Certificate of registration Defective' brakes Miscellaneous 186 Miles traveled 38,r.H<l Motorist assists 195 1,:«9 1,083 3(Vi 57 8fi 54 4.1 81! 51 IK 4-2 saw S5(i 54 48 J4 •U 111 42,333 2 lii Child's Eye Injured Emmetsburg—Richard Twait, 5, son of Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Twait of Cylinder, is receiving treatment in Rochester, Minn., for an injury caused when a skyrocket was set off and hit him in the eye. Doctors believe they can save the sight. ston, Mrs. Louis Pi on and Mrs. A. H. Carman will provide cookies. This is the 2nd dance sponsored by Father Giannoukos for Mason City students this summer. Account of Fred Bagley Death Given Fred W. Bagley, 85, of the 'National Enameling and Stamping company, recently died at his home in St. Paul, Minn., according to the last issue of "Hardware Age." He had represented the Nesco organization as northwestern representative for 64 years and was active up to the time of his death. A brother of the late W. G. C. Bagley, he was born in Wisconsin March 27, 1863, but came to Mason City with his parents when he was a small boy. He had resided in St. Paul for the past 51 years, but continued to keep in contact with many friends in Mason City. Survived by Wife Surviving are his wife, nee Laura Parker, sister of Carl A. Parker, who also has many friends here, and by 5 children, 3 sons of whom are in the hardware busi- ijess. Mr. Bagley received his introduction to the hardware business in 1882 when, at the age of 19, he began as a clerk in the general store of Warbasse and Lee, in Mason City. He remained with this firm for 2 years. Went on Road A representative of K i e c k- hefer Brothers and company who was calling on Warbasse and Lee contacted Mr. Bagley and in 1884 he went out on the road as salesman for the Kieckhefer organization. He remained with the •onipany when it became the Na- ional Enameling and Stamping company in 1899. Shortly after joining Nesco, Mr. Bagley was transferred to the northwest territory and he maintained his office and home in St. auJ. Mr. Bagley's enthusiasm for he interest in the hardware trade earned him the respect and admi- •ation of many of the pioneer hardware dealers and distributors n the northwest area, and he con- inued to serve many of these accounts up to the time of his death. IN SALVATION ARMY BUILDING PROGRAM—Walter Dowell, DCS Moines, field representative of the Salvation Army, recent arrival in Iowa from Grand Rapids, Mich., is in Mason City to help formulate plans for the proposed new building of the local Salvation Army corps. 0*0 HOPKINS t '^ *- , & IN TOWN POUND THURS. FRI. SAT. PEANUTS »*»7,7rf*tJ Such Good Eating. Bana Rich-Soft-Tender in Th Peanut*. Rich Golden ( Old Fashioned Kind. CREAM Candy Bananas RICH, SOFT AND TENDER SRIDOE Mix ELLIES POUND 1 W, Yank Finds Housing Shortage on Okinawa Waucoma—S. Sgt. Emerson Hurd, stationed at Okinawa since May 1, has written his mother, Mrs. Maude Hurd, that many improvements and much building is being done there. Sgt. Kurd's wife, at Salina, Kans., expects to join her husband in about 6 months, when living quarters will be ready for the families of officers and enlisted men. Mendon Takes Lions, Gavel Club Installs New President at Meeting George Mendon, head of the local Betsy Ross baking establishment, was installed as presidenl of the Mason City Lions club Wednesday P.OOH at the luncheor meeting in the Country club. The gavel was handed to him by Otto Satter, who has completed a successful year at the helm of the club. Mr. Satter bespoke for his successor the kind of co-operation he has had the past year. Following the installation rites, members of the club participated in a driving and putting contest, with Cliff Harnblin, using an overweight club, winning the former and.Roy Berrie winning the putting competition. Second place in the driving went to Harold Morgan and Bill Seitz was runner-up on the green. Being bad paid off too. Booby prizes went to Henry Paine for driving and to Earl Hall for putting. Next week's program will be provided by solo performers from the municipal band. Bernard Main is the club's program director for the present quarter. Over 1,000 Getting Free Swim Lessons Mrs. H. A. O'Lcary, water safety chairman of the American Red Cross in Cerro Gordo county, announced Thursday that in excess of 1,000 pupils in the county are availing themselves of the daily free swimming instruction currently presented by the Red Cross at 3 sites— the Monroe and Roosevelt junior high school pools and lear Lake—under the direction of qualified instructors. Betty Burns, Ann Strickland and Beth Rice are the instructors at Clear Lake, while Suzanne Senneff, Sally Houser, Janet Burns and Marion "Wolkenhauer serve as instructors at the local junior high pools. Approximately 100 youngsters are being transported daily by the Hancock county Red Cross chapter from Garner to Clear Lake for swim instruction. The Winnebago county chapter has proposed transportation of over 100 students from Forest City to Clear Lake for daily swim drill. The program for Winnebago county is under the supervision of Jesse Carroll of Mason City, a Red Cross qualified water safety instructor. Mrs. R. B. Irons Files $22,385 Suit on City Asks Damage for Hip Broken in Fall Mrs. R. B. Irons Thursday filed suit lor $22,385.85 against the city of Mason City as damages for a Droken hip she suffered when she fell on the sidewalk Feb. 10, 1947, according to the petition filed in district court. For 2 weeks or more before that day the sidewalk in front of the alley between the Klipto Loose Leaf building and the Golden Oak billiard parlor was covered with ice, 4 to 6 inches thick and rough and slippery, the petition states. She was confined to a hospital until May 17, 1947, and still uses crutches and is unable to perform her domesitc duties, according to the petition. It claims the city negligent in failing to clear the ice from the sidewalk or protecting it with sand or cinders even though the location is only 1 door north of the city hall. The claim is for $1,003.85 hospital bills, $656'for a nurse, $362 doctor bills, $350 future medica! expense, $10,000 for pain and suffering in connection with the accident and 3 operations, $5,000 fu ture pain and suffering and $5,00' for permanent injuries. Mum City GUW-G»i«H«, M»t«n C«r, U. July g, IMS Vo. 32 in Series — z athers and Sons Working Together in Mason City 19 Globe-Gazette Photo LAWYERS—R. F. Clough, shown at left, and Ray E. dough, another father and son combination pursuing the same profession together in Mason City, are pictured above in their offices in the Fores-*' Judge Says Dougan Owes Only $200 for Spraying of Thistles Judge William P. Butler Thurs day upheld the contention of A. M. Dougan that the Cerro Gordo county board of supervisors acted wrongfully in assessing $250.94 against a half section of land in Grimes township for weed spraying. The court found that Dougan had entered into an agreement with Charles Ransom, county weed commissioner, to spray the land for Canadian thistles for 25 cents a gallon and that this amounted to $200.75, as Dougan claimed in his suit. The board of supervisors, county auditor and county treasurer were ordered to correct their books accordingly. Latimer Church Cornerstone Laid Latimer—The cornerstone of the Evangelical and Reformed church being erected here was laid with suita.ble ceremonies. The church replaces one 3 miles from town. At the service brief meditations were given by the Rev. Johann Schmitt of Chapin, the Rev. Frank C. Kroll of Ackley, the Rev. Roy J. ELlers of Alden and the Rav. H. H. Wintermeyer of Hampton. OK Drain Cleanout Garner—Hancock county supervisors approved the report of William Henschen, drainage engineer, recommending the cleanout of the ditches in Hancock county drainage district No. 65, petitioned for by R. M. Hutson, et al., and fixed Aug. 16 at 1:30 p. m. at the courthouse in Garner, as a time and place for hearing on the cleanout and the report of the engineer The district is located north of Hayfield. ters building. The elder Mr. Clough, a native lowan, attended Iowa State Teachers college at Cedar Falls and obtained his B. A. degree and subsequent law degree at the State University of Iowa in the spring of 1913. He entered law practice ocally in that year, and following association with several law partnerships, established his own practice. Ray E. Clough graduated from .he Mason City high school in 1939 and attended the University of Minnesota until entrance into the army air corps in 1941 for a 4 year period of service. His duty included overseas service v/Un the famed 8th air force. Ihe plane he was piloting was shot down on the Schweinfurt, Germany, air thrust in 1943 and he was confined as a prisoner of war until the place of imprisonment was liberated April 29, 1945, by 3rd army troops under the command of Gen. George Patton. Upon release from the military in 1946, he attended the University of Iowa's college of law, was graduated in June of this year and successfully passed the state bar examination. He became a partner with his father at this time. The father is a member of the Cerro Gordo, 12th judicial district, Iowa and American bar association, and the. Elks and Masonic fraternal organizations. The son is a member of Chi Psi, a social fraternity, Phi Delta Phi, a legal fraternity, the American Legion, Elks club, and is an. officer in the air corps reserve. New Record in Receipts at Postoffice The receipts of the Mason City sostoffice for the fiscal year end- ng June 30 were $319,895.98, it vas announced by Postmaster fred Cahalan. These receipts, which show an increase of $18,205.90 over last year's total, es- :ablish a record high for the local office, it was revealed by post- office officials. Club Plans Picnic Kanawha — The annual Community club picnic will be held Friday evening in the city park. The average human being consumes 12 pounds of salt a year for food. MAC'S SELF-SERVICE LAUNDRY No water to heat, no machinery to struggle with, no muss to clean up. We do all that. Yet no human hands touch your clothes hut your own. It's simple—it's reasonable. One trial will convince you. PHONE 189-W 800 CLAUSEN CLEAR LAKE Sheep are the chief wealth of Afghanistan. national MANY NEVER SUSPECT CAUSE OF BACKACHES This Old Treatment Often Brings Happy Relief When disorder of kidney function pcrmita poisonous matter to remain in your Wood, it may cause nagging backache, rheumatic pains, icgr pains, loss of pep and encrgry, gct- ting up nfghta, swelling, puffiness under tho eyes, headaches and dizziness. Frequent or Ecanty passages with smarting and burninn sometimes shows there is something wrong With your kidneys or bladder. Don't wait 1 Ask your druRfdst for Doan's Pills, n stimulant diuretic, used successfully by millions for over BO years. Doan's give happy relief and will help the 15 miles of kidney tubes flush out poisonous waatcfronx jrour blood. Get Doan'e Fills. UNITED FRUIT STORE 33 East State Phone 748 PORK STEAK Ib. 39c ENP, SLICED BACON KOOL-AID 3 Sor .... lOc PURE Ib. 33c U. S. GOOD ROUND STEAK Ib. S?c Apple Juice Quart... lOc HERSHEY'S SUNKIST EVERYONE SAYS, "IT'S GOOD!" LEMONS 59c Large Size, Dozen . . . LEAF LETTUCE Bunch 5c Choc. Syrup Can . ... 16c Royal Crown Case . . . 98c IOWANA BRAND BACON GOOD!! At Any Meal . . . Breakfast . . . Lunch or Dinner There is nothing more tantalizing than the smell of frying Decker's lowana Bacon and nothing more delicious than its hickory smoked flavor. It is nourishing and satisfying and when served gives added energy. Kids need it too. Get a pound today ... be sure to ask for Decker's . . . the sweet, mild, tender bacon. IOWANA" MEANS FINEST QUALITY AND FLAVOR Hills Bros. COFFEE ORANGE CRUSH Case 98C Pound Sic KOOL-AID lOc ICE CREAM Quart... 59c PEPSI-COLA Case 24.. 98c Durkee's OLEO Pound 43c Heinx Baked Beans 2 for 3SC COCA-COLA Qftr Gate 7«»V HIRES ROOT BEER BREEZE Package TOWNE PRIDE ICE CREAM TOPPINGS 19c Kcllogg's CORN SOYA m Packages 24 Bottle Cose Griddle Mix Pancake Nix Packoge ^/C LEM-MDt 98cI 29c Silver Dust Pkg..... 29c Scotch Tape lOc - 15c - 35c COOL ROASTED COFFEE Pound 45c fflLAND Potato Chips

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