Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on July 9, 1948 · Page 19
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Hamilton and Story Picnic to Be Sunday Blue Earth, Minn. —The annual Hamilton-Story Bounty and Jewell Lutheran college picnic here next Sunday is expected to bring several thousand persons from several states. Chief speaker at the gathering will be Doctor J. A. Aasgaard, president of the Evangelical Lutheran church, who will deliver the sermon in the morning and speak on his recent European tour in the afternoon. The morning service will start at 10:30 with a 30 minute concert by the Blue Earth band. The band also will play from 1 to 2:15 at which time the afternoon program will get under way. R. M. Hall, Clear Lake, president of the picnic organization, will preside. Danish Woman Guest at Family Gathering Brltt—The children and descendents of the late Ed Peterson of Britt held their annual reunion at the farm home of Mr. and Mrs. Bernhard Jensen of the Upper Flat community, with a cousin. Mrs. Ellen Christiansen of Copenhagen, Denmark, as guest of honor. Mrs. Christiansen has spent 3 months with relatives in Iowa and on the west coast. Mrs. Christian- sen gave an interesting account; ol conditions in Denmark and at the time the Germans occupied the country. Officers elected for the biennium are Mrs. Chris Hogarcl, president; Victor Peterson, vice president; Bernhard Peterson, secretary; Mrs. Carl Pearson, treasurer; and George E. Peterson, historian. Improves After Injury by Rifle Garner—Clem Houdek who has been confined to a Mason City hospital following injuries he received Monday evening when a rifle was accidently discharged, the bullet striking him in the left shoulder, is reported to be making favorable progress. LEGAL NOTICE OFKICIAL NOTICE BI:FORK THE IOWA STATE COM-* MEKCE COMMISSION To the CiUiens of Cerro Gordo County: Notice is hereby given that a petition for a franchise to erect, use and maintain poles, wires, guy wires, towers, cables, conduits and other fixtures and appliances for the purpose of conducting electricity for lighting, power and heating purposes has been filed by the Peoples' Gas & Electric Company, Mason City, Iowa, In the office of the Iowa State Commerce Commission; that said petition aaks the right to construct, operate and maintain said electric transmission line over, along and across the following described public lands, highways, streams and private lands, to wit: (OWK) Volts) An Old-Fashioned Idea . . . Interpreted in Modern Fashion! . . . Everyone's Raving About the New yours for only PURSES 4 98 Top stretches wide open . . . fastens firmly with circular topi The pleated pouch purse is of washable Plexon for beauty that lasts many seasons. 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Check the EXTRA conveniences that make these eight-cubic-foot Internationa! Harvester miracle-workers the best ref rig-^ erator investment you can make! Special Convenience Features] * "Foldaway" Shelves "Tight-Wad" Unit "Tele-Temp" Thermometer Improved Ice Trays International Harvester FREEZERS, Too? 11.1-rubic-foot capacity, Horn 385 poundi cf froitn had. 4.2-<ubic-feo1 capacity, stores 150 |iound« of frotin food. boiler living . . . convenient fronzinn and tlorage cf foodi, in quantity, right at homn. kfc't ;,<, f ',' f T^WWlfo r Two Famous Names Get Together INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER and USE ALDENS CONVENIENT PAYMENT PLAN Beginning at the Southeast corner of Section Twenty-five (25), Township Ninety-seven (97) North, Range Twenty-two (22) West of the 5th P. M-. Cerro Gordo County, Iowa, thence west on the highway on the South line of said Section Twenty-five (25); one-fourth (V«) mile. Beginning at the southwest corner of the Northeast quarter (NE'A) of the Southeast quarter (SE'A) of Section Sis (6), Township Ninety-seven <97) North, Range Twenty-one (21) West of the 5th P. M., thence east on the highway In the south half of said Section Six (6), one- fourth ('/«) mile, thence north on the highway on the east line of said Section Six (0). one-half OA) mile, thence east on the highway through the northwest quarter (NW'A) of Section Five (5), said Township and Range, one-half (Vxl mile; and beginning at the Northwest corner of the Northeast quarter (NE'A) of the Northwest quarter (NW'A) of Section Tsvo (2), said Township and Range, thence East in the south margin of the highway on the north line of snid Section Two (2), one-half (Vi) mile; and beginning at the Southeast corner of Section Two (2>, said Township and Range, thence north on the highway on the east line of said Section Two (2), one-half IVi) mite; and beginning at the northeast corner of tho Southeast quarter (SE'A) of Section Twenty-nine (29), suld Township and Range, thence west on the highway through the center line of snid Section Twenty-nine (20), one-half C/a) mile; and beginning at the northeast corner of Section Twenty-one (21), snid Township nnd Range, thence south, on 1 the highway on the east line of said Section Twenty-one (21), three-tenths (3/10) mile; and beginning at the southwest corner of the Northeast quarter (NE'A) of Section Thirty-five (35), said Township and Range, thence East on the highway on the south line of the north half of said Section Thirty-five (35), four-tenths <4/IO) mile; and beginning at a point one-eighth ('/«) mile north of the southeast corner of the Southwest quarter (SW'A) of Section Fourteen (14). said Township and Range, thence in a southeasterly direction on the highway through the southeast quarter (SE'A) of said Section Fourteen (14) and the Northeast corner of Section Twenty-three (23), said Township and Range, six-tenths (6/10) mile; and beginning at the Southeast corner of the Northeast quarter (NE'A) of the Northeast quarter (NE'A) of Section Twenty-three (23). said Township and Rnngc. thence north on the highway on the east line of said Section Twentythree (23) and Section Fourteen 114), «n!d Township and Range, three-tenths 13/10) mile: and beginning at a point onu-elghth (Vn) mile south of the Northeast corner of the Southeast quarter (SE'A) of Section Twenty-four (24;, said Township and Range, thence in a northwesterly direction on the highway through the Southeast quarter (SE'A) of said Section Twenty-four (241, four-tenths (4/10) mile. Beginning at the Northeast corner of Section Nine (91, Township Ninety-seven (37) North, Range Twenty (20) West of the 5th P. M., thence west on the highway on the north line of said Section Nine (9), one-fourth ('A) mile; and beginning at the southwest corner of the southeast quarter (SE'A) of Section Three (3). said Township nnd Range, thence east on the highway on the south line of said Section Three (3) and Section Two (2). said Township and Range, one (1) mile: and beginning at a point one-eighth (V'o) mile south of the Northwest corner of the Southwest quarter (SW!A) of Section Nineteen (19), said Township and Range, thence In a Southeasterly direction on the irregular highway through the Southxvest quarter (SW'A) of said Section Nineteen (19), five-tenths (5/10) mile; nnd beginning at the North- cast corner of Section Twenty-six <26S, -aid Township and Range, thence south on the highway on the East line of said Section Twenty-six (.26), one-fourth l'/«) mile. Beginning nt the southwest corner 01 Section Three (3j, Township Ninety- seven (97) North, Range Nineteen 118) West of the 5th P. M., thence North on the highway on the West line of said Section Three (3), four-tenths (4/10) mile; and beginning at the Southwest corner of Section One 11). said Township and Range, thence North on the highway on the West line of said Section One (1). five-tenths (5/10) mile: and beginning at the southeast corner of Section Nine (9), said Township nnd Range, thcnco west on the highway on the south line of Sections Nine (9) and Eight (8), said Township nnd Range, one and four-tenths (1 4/1.0) miles; and beginning at the Southwest corner of the southeast quarter ISE'A) ot the Southeast quarter tSE'A) of Section Eight (8), said Township and Range, thence north on the highway through the east half of said Section Eight If!) three- quarters ( : 'A) mile; and beginning at the Northeast corner of Section Seventeen 1,171, said Township and Range, Uu-nce suuth on "he highway on tho Enst lino of said Section Seventeen 117). fivo-tcntbs mile, thence East on the highway through the center of Sections Sixteen (IB) and Fifteen (15), =nid Township and Range, one and one-fourth U'A) miles; and beginning nt the northwest corner of the northeast quarter (NE'A) of the southeast quarter (SE'A) of Section Fifteen (15), said Township nnd Range, thence East on the highway qn the center line of said Section Fifteen (15) and Section Fourteen U4), snid Township and Range, one (1) mile; and beginning at the northeast corner of the Northwest quarter (NW'A) of the Northwest quarter INW'A) nf Section Twenty-two 1221, said Town*hip and Ran<;c, thcnco ea'.t fin tho highway on tho north line of ;;iid Section Twenty-two (22J and Section Twenly- ihrce t23>, said Township and Range, one and one-half (1','a) miles. Beginning at the southwest corner of Section Nineteen (19), Township Ninetysix (9fi) North, Range Twenty-one (21) West of the'5th P. M., thence East on the highway on the south line of said Section Nineteen (19), three-fourths ( 3 A) mile; and beginning ot the southwest corner of the Northeast quarter (NE'A) of Section Twenty-four (24), said Township and Range, thence north on tho highway through the center linn of Section Twenty-four (24), three-tenths (3/10) mile. Beginning at the southeast comer of the Northeast quarter (NE'A) of Section Nineteen (19), Township Ninety-six (9B| North, Range Twenty (20) West of the 5th P. M., thence north on the highway on the east line of said Section Nineteen (IB) and Section Eighteen (111), said Township and Range, seven-tenths (7/10) mile. Beginning at the northeast corner of the Southeast quarter (SE'A) of Section Two (21, Township Ninety-six li)G) North. Range Nineteen (19) West of the 5th P, M., thence south on the highway on the east line of said Section Two (2), four- tenths (4/10) mile; and beginning at the Northeast corner of the Northwest quarter . (NW'A) ot Section Twenty-two (221, said Township and Range, thence Weil on the highway on the north line of said Section Twenty-two (22), three-tenths (3-10) mile; and Beginning nt a point one-tenth (1/10) mile south of the northeast corner of the -southeast quarter (SE'A) of Section Twenty-nine (29t. said Township and Range, thence south on (he highway on the cast line of said Section Twenty-nine (29), and Section Thir- ly-two (32), said Township and Range, one (1) mile; and beginning nt the Southwest corner of the Southeast quarter (SE'A) of Section Thirty-five (35), said j Township and Range, thence north on the highway through the center of Section Thirty-Jive (35), one-half C/bl mile, thence East on the highway through the center lino of said Section Thirty-five (35) nnd Section Thirty-six (30), said Township and Range, one nnri one-half (I'/i) miles; and beginning nt the North- cast corner of the Southeast quarter (SE'A) of Section Thirty-six (38), snid Township nnd Rnngc, thcnco South on the irregular highway through the Southeast quarter (SEVil of said Section Thirty-six (3(1!. six-tenths (C/10) mile. Beginning at the northea.st c6rncr of thn Southeast quarter (SE'A) of Section Eight (0), Township Ninety-five (95) North, Rnnge Twenty-two (22) West of the 5th P. M., thenro south on the hlgh- wny on tho cnst line of snid Section Eight (II). five-tenths (5/10) mile, thcncs Ranoe one U> mile; * nd beginning »t I fh'e 'northeU comer' of the Northwest niiarter (NW'A) of Section Sixteen (18), said Township and Range, thence south on the highway on the center line of Mid Section Sixteen 116). three-ten hs (3/10) mile; and beginning at the Southeast corner of tho Northeast <l"artcr (NE'A I of. the Northeast quarter (NE'A) of Section Sixteen (16), said Township and Range, thence North on the highway on the east line of Sections Sixteen (16), and Nine (9), said Township nnd Range, six-tenths (6/10) mile. Beginning at the southeast corner of Section Nine (9), Township Ninety-five (05) North, Range Twenty-one (21 > West of the 5th P. M., thence west on the highway on the south line of said Section Nine (9), one-half C/a) mile; and beginning at the Northeast corner of Section Twenty-eight (28), said Township and Range, thence South on the highway on the east line of Section Twenty-eight (28), five-tenths (5/10) mile; and beginning at the northeast corner of the Southeast quarter (SE'A) of Section Twenty-four (241, said Township and) Range, thenc* South on the highway on I the East line of said Section Twenty-four (24), one-fourth (Vt) mile. Beginning at the northwest corner of Section Five (5), Township Ninety-five (95) North, Range Twenty (20) West of the 5th P. M. thence East on' the highway on the north line of Section Five (5), and Section Four (4», one and three-tenths (1 3/10) miles. Beginning at the Northwest corner of the Northeast quarter (NEW.) of Section Two (2), Township Ninety-five (95) North, Range Nineteen (19) west ot the 5th P. M., thence south on the highway on the center line of said Section Two (2), three-tenths (3/10) mile; and beginning at the northeast corner of the Southeast quarter (SE'A) of Section Twelve (12>, said Township and Range, thence south In the west margin of the highway on the East line of said Section Twelve (12), Sections Thirteen (131 and Twenty-four (24), said Township and Range, one and nine-tenths (1 9/10) miles; and beginning at the Southeast corper of Section Thirteen (13), said Township and Range, thence west on the_ highway on | he south line ot aeeuuii itmiueii (id;, said Township and Range, three-fourths <y«) mile; and beginning nt the southwest corner of Section Twenty-three (23). said Township and Range, thence north on the highway on the west line of said Section Twenty-three (23), three-fourths (V«) mile; and beginning-at the northwest comer of Section Thirty-two (32). said Township and Range. th=nce east on the highway on the north line of said Section Thirty-two (32), five-tenths (5/10) mile. The Iowa State Commerce Commission fixed the Twenty-seventh (27th) day • o{ July, 1948, at ten (10) o'clock A. M., in its office at De* Moines, Iowa, as time and place for hearing said petition, Docket £-8640. Any objections to the granting of such franchise must be In writing and filed In triplicate with this Commission at least five (5) days before date of hearing. The Iowa State Commerce Commission suggests that the objector be repre- July S, 104S M»»n City Gl»b«-O»m«tt*. It Mm»*n City, nu sented at the hearing by someone who has full authority to net for It. IOWA STATE COMMERCE COMMISSION B. M. Richardson, Chairman David B. Long, Commissioner Carl W. Reed, Commissioner ATTEST: Geo. L,. McCaughan, Secretary. Dated at Des Moines, Iowa, July 30, 1948. Drive for Scrap Garner —The Bingham Champion boys' 4-H club will stage a scrap drive in the near future. The money derived to be used in the purchase of new softball equipment. 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