Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on July 8, 1948 · Page 14
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g June 30, 1948 MM»B City GUbe-Gsiette, M*»oa C:JT, I*. Moson City Calendar WEDNESDAY—Municipal band concert at East park, 8 p. m. JULY 3—Cerro Gordo county party conventions at 10 a. m. Republicans at • courthouse and democrats at Y. M. C. A. JULY S-15—Beutell Brother* toy *how at Hanford Hotel. JULY 10-11—Aviation dayi at Municipal airport. JULY 11—Odd Fellows home annual picnic. JULY S8—Community Chest budget hearings, Y. W. C. A., 3 p. m. AUG. 6, I and 8—Junior Legion state baseball tournament. AUG. 6, 7 and 9—Governor'* day* at Clear Lake. SEPT. 3-7—North Iowa fair. HERE IN MASON CITY ? ? ? The New Look ? ? ? The regular meeting of the North Iowa Camera club will be held at the Hotel Cerro Gordo Thursday at 8 p. m. Anyone interested in photography is invited to attend and enter the discussions. Members should bring their cameras. Fuller Brushes. Ph. 1358W. Alfred Mataloni, 821 Harrison N. W., was taken into custody by Mason City police Tuesday evening at Roosevelt diamond for shooting firecrackers. Police Chief H. E. Wolfe stated that the discharge of firecrackers is a violation of both state laws and city ordinances. Paper Headquarters. Shepherds. Time tested paints at Payne's color bar. The July meeting of Clausen- Worden post of the American Legion will be held at the Legion golf course at 8 p. m. Thursday, according to Commander John G. Brown. Weed killers now in stock. Boomhower Hdw.. Mrs. Jordan Ray of the Union Memorial Methodist church this week is attending the annual conference of the Woman's Society of Christian Service of the central west conference, central jurisdiction, comprising parts of Iowa, Illinois, Kansas, Colorado, Nebraska and Missouri. The conference is being t held at the Centenial Methodist church, 19th and Woodland, Kansas City, Mo. Wall paper and paint. No overhead. W. R. Mickey, 707 N. Del. The Legion meeting: will be held at the Legion Golf Course on July 1—not as published in monthly bulletin just sent out. Kiwanis club will hear reports of the Kiwanis International convention held in Los Angeles recently, by the club's president, Dan G. Klempnauer, and vice president, Max Boyd, at the regular noon luncheon meeting at the Mason City country club Thursday. Ice Cream Social at Our Sav- iours Lutheran parsonage at 324 25th S. W. on Thurs. at 8 p. m. Sponsored by the Mary Martha Circle. Harry D. Makeever is in Cedar Rapids on a business trip this week. Car Owners— Our place will he closed for vacations from July 5th to 12th. For emergency call 4984. Floyd & Leonard Auto Elec., Inc., 116 S. Washington, Mason City, la. Mrs. Godfrey Vevera and daughter of Berkeley, Cal., are guests of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Pearce this week. The 2 are enroute to their home in Berkeley following several months spent in New Jersey. The Mason City chapter of Hadassah thanks one and all for making their charity dance a success and congratulates George F. Meyers, 709 S. Penn., Mason City, la. City Hall Offices to Close at4 p.m. in July and August The city hall offices will be closed at 4 p. m. during the months of July and August, according to an announcement by Mayor H. E. Bruce. The city council agreed to the early closing hour for the 2 hot months of summer. PUP When it was learned that proceeds from a collie pup, offered for sale at an Indianola community sale, were to go to the building fund of the Friends church, bidding picked up. The pup, which ordinarily would have brought $2 or $3, finally went at $28. Residents Offered Free Rat Control Playground Trac k Meet Set July 1 A 17 event inter-playground track and field meet will be held at Roosevelt stadium at 2 p. m. July 1, it was announced by Kenneth R. Church, director of public recreation. Ribbons will be awarded to the 1st 3 place winners, and a playground team championship will be determined on an aggregate point basis. Playground instructors will serve as officials of the meet. A list of the events follows: A list of scheduled events follows: Junior 100 yard dash; midgets 30 yard dash; junior running broad jump; midget standing broad jump; midget girls 120 yards relay; junior 75 yard low hurdles, midgets baseball throw; junior baseball throw; junior girls 50 yard dash; midget girls 30 yard dash; midget 160 yard relay; junior high jump; midget high jump; junior girls 20 yard relay; midgets 50 yard dash; junior 50 yard dash and junior 440 yard relay. Bible School Closing at First Covenant A two weeks' daily vacation Bible school at the First Covenant church ends Friday with the closing program in the evening at 7:30. Enrollment has passed the 70 mark in the 4 classes held, and the attendance has averaged 45 each day. Two of the teachers came from other Covenant churches in Iowa to teach these 2 weeks. Miss Frances Palmquist, teacher of the beginners, comes from Stanton and also taught Bible school here last summer. Miss Lavonne Anderson, teacher of the primary 2's, is from Lanyon. The primary I's have been taught by Miss Vida Floy, and the Juniors by Norris M. Peterson, pastor of the church. Helpers have been Miss Mary Lou Burgess and Miss Joanne Stangler. The theme during the first week morning session was "Prayer and Praise," and "Obeying God's Laws" was the theme during the second week. Handwork in connection with these themes will be displayed after the program Friday evening. As a climax to the daily sessions a picnic will be held in East Park immediately following the Friday morning session. Peat bogs have a peculiar ability to maintain a uniform temperature throughout all seasons of the year. Doc's Right Hand Man . . . Is the skilled pharmacist that follows his orders to the "gram" . , . with the utmost accuracy, skill and dependability . , . with first-quality pure drugs. "PRESCRIPTION SPECIALISTS" THE PRESCRIPTION SHOP 9 East State Street W. B. Casey, Prop. W. B. McGrane, Mgr. Lock Photo DESTINATION WEST POINT—Three boys—Jack Burkheimer, Sac City, Ted Olson, Cedar Falls and Jerry Voiding, Mason City—are pictured above with their parents at the municipal airport, just prior to boarding a Mid-Continent airlines plane Tuesday for Minneapolis, with their ultimate destination, the U. S. military academy at West Point. The boys, who have recently received congressional appointments, plan to remain in New York City two nights before reporting to the academy July 1. Reading left to right are Mrs. Floyd Voiding, Floyd Voiding, Jack Burkheimer, Jerry Voiding, Ted Olson, Fred Olson, Mrs. Fred Olson, and Mrs. Burkheimer. No. 25 in Ser/es— Fathers and Sons Working Together in Mason City IN THE OIL STATION BUSINESS- Globe-Gazette Photo -Another father and cessions will be in full operation according to Mrs. Shea. ."Complete picnic facilities arc available at the park," Mrs. Shea said, "and park visitors are cordially invited to use the grounds tables and other accommodations over the 4th of July weekend." The United States produces more than one-third of the tota value of the world's mineral products. son combination, actively engaged in the same form of business together in Mason City, is L. E. and Lein Snell, of the Snell super service station, pictured above examining a tire that is included in their stock" of merchandise. The elder Mr. Snell has been employed in many phases of the peiroleum industry, including sale and supervisory capacities for major oil concerns, and operation of a private service station. He was employed in Mason City's initial gasoline station and established the Snell station at its present site, 419 N. Federal, 15 years ago. The tremendous influx of vehicles requiring service has served to expand the concern from a 1 room, 2 pump station, to a 4 room, 4 pump super service. The Snell station owns and operates all local mail trucks, arid offers a trailer rental service in conjunction with the standard facilities of the firm. Lein Snell has been continuously associated with the station since 1936, with the exception of an overseas tour of duty with the famed marine corps 4th division. His knowledge of autos and trucks, gained through service station experience, was responsible for obtaining a truck dispatching post in the service. Upon release from military duties in 1945, he resumed partnership with his father. Both father and son are native residents of Mason City, and the former is a member of the Odd Fellows and Elks fraternal organizations, the Chamber of Commerce, and the U. C. T. Lein is affiliated with the American Legion. ,, Bayside Expecting Large July 4 Crowd Mrs. Jack Shea, who operates the Bayside Amusement park at Clear Lake, is making arrangements to accommodate large crowds of entertainment seekers at the park over the coming holiday weekend. The roller skating rink, merry- go-round, roller coaster, bumper cars, hit the bell, kiddy car ride and all of the entertainment con- Some Rentals Control Free Director Says One or 2 Rooms Exempt Spare room rentals are not the complete answer to the shelter shortage, but they may be exceedingly helpful in a community emergency—and the 1948 rent law provisions for some room rentals are attractive from, the standpoint of the landlord. This was Wednesday's message from E. Stewart Ulrich, area rent director. "If you want to rent out one or 2furnished, non-housekeeping rooms in your private home, to one or 2 paying tenants, these rentals are not subject to control if you or others of your immediate family are occupants of the remainder of the home" he said. "Neither do the roomers come under the eviction provisions of the federal rent law—only under the local laws pertaining to eviction, as has always been the case with roomers." He explained that even if a husband and wife occupy each of 2 rooms rented in a private home on a non-housekeeping basis, there are considered to be just 2 paying tenants and the rooms are not under control. But the rent official had this caution for. those renting to more than 2 paying guests in a private home: "In this case the rentals are subject to control," he said, and you should consult the rent office." More than 2 roomers in a private home actually place it in the same classification as a rooming house, and rooming houses continue under rent control, he pointed out. The term rooming house includes boarding houses, dormitories, residence clubs and all other establishments of a similar nature, including tourist homes which were not serving transient guests exclusively on June 30, 1947. May Call After Cards Mailed About July 15 Rats No Disgrace But Keeping Them Is, Says Expert Exterminator Free rat extermination will be offered to every homeowner in Mason City after July 15, it was revealed Wednesday by Robert Soderberg, professional exterminator, in charge of the work being sponsored here by the Exchange club and the city council. Poisoned baiting already has been completed in and around the business places west of Federal avenue, Soderberg said, and the area east of Federal will be completed about July 15. After that date cards will be mailed to all homes asking co-operation in the campaign by reporting rat infestation. Telephone 3900, the city hall, to report any evidence of rats, the exterminator asked, but he warned that the calls should wait until a card is received, which will be after July 15. Continues Into 1949 The guaranteed extermination program will continue until June 1, 1949, he said, and calls should be made until that date if any rats are seen. The program is being financed by the city council and local businessmen who were solicited by the Exchange club. "We have talked to hundreds of people about the work," Soderberg said, "and we have heard nothing but good words for the program, the council, the Exchange club and the businessmen who contributed to the cause. "We believe that the citizens of Mason City will have a safer feeling, knowing that their health and that of their children is being protected by the safeguarding of their food from rat contamination in stores and warehouses. No Rats in Dump "It is no disgrace to have rats on your premises because no-one is safe from them. But it would be a disgrace to the community if they are not reported so that we can get rid of them." J. O. Quinby, caretaker of the city dump on Carolina N. E., gave the following report on the pois- Kenneth R. Church, public recreation director, announced that 130 school children havs 6nro!!?c? in the 2nd 10 day learn to swim period which started Wednesday and closes July 14 at both Roosevelt and Monroe junior high school pools. A total of 459 children have registered thus far in the overall summer swim program sponsored jointly by the Cerro Gord.o Red Cross and the Mason City recreation department. Some of the children enrolled in the 1st period have been elevated to an advanced class, while others were forced to repeat the primary course. Students that fail to attend 2 classes are automatically disqualified from the course, but can enroll again in the next period. Children not participating in this current period will be afforded the opportunity of registering July 13 at 8 p. m. at both pools for classes scheduled to start July 15. Louis F. Tank Services Held Rites Conducted at Local Funeral Home Funeral services for Louis F. Tank, 80, who died Saturday following an illness, were held at the Major Memorial chapel Tuesday afternoon, with Father Arthur E. Britchett, rector of St. John's Episcopal church, officiating. Mrs. Roy Servison played obse- quial music on the organ. Pallbearers were Roy Smith, John Cookman, Millard Wheaton and August Hanson. Interment was at Elmwood cemetery. The Major funeral home in charge. Red Cross Group Fills Special Order for Denver Hospital . An order for 12 special "cast pajamas" for children in the Fitzsimmons general hospital has been filled by the production committee in the volunteer services department of the local Red Cross chapter, it was reported by Mrs. Frank Pearce, chairman of the services. The pajamas were completed within a week from the time the order was received through the St. Louis' area. The work was in charge of Mrs. H. J. Roddy, vice chairman of volunteer services. The garments were for 8 year olds and made from a special pattern with extra large legs designed to fit over leg casts. E. Hartfelter Rites Held; Interment at Meservey Cemetery Funeral services for Mrs. Erma Tartfelter, 51, of 21 River Heights drive, who died Tuesday following an illness, will be held at 3 p. m. Thursday at the Evangelical church at Meservey, with the Rev. Alfred Wilkin officiating. A prayer service will be held at 1:30 p.m. Thursday at the Major Memorial chapel in Mason City. Burial will be at Meservey. The Major funeral home in charge. DIES IN FLORIDA Greene — Funeral services for Mrs. A. S. Woodward, 71, were held Wednesday afternoon at the Watterson funeral home, the Rev. H. F. Mercer officiating. She died June 20 at Orlando, Fla. She leaves her husband, sons Roland of Chicago and Doyal of Gunnison, Colo., and a sister, Mrs. Luclla Thomas of Greene. oning campaign there: "Since the first baiting of the dump I can honestly say that I have not seen a live rat. Many people have stood here for long periods watching for signs of rats but not one has reported seeing any. "It is a pleasant feeling to know that there are none around and if this campaign is ( as successful in other areas as it' was here at the dump, it is a wonderful thing for everyone living in Mason City." Tests on heartwood from trees that have stood for as long as 15 years after being killed by fire or insects, have demonstrated that this wood was as sound and strong as wood from the live tree. THE BANKS of Mason City WILL BE CLOSED ALL DAY MONDAY, JULY 5 in order to observe Independence Day. Mason City Clearing House Reports of Cruelty Given Humane Society The Mason City Humane society has had instances of cruelty to animals called to its attention the past few days, according to Les Boomhower, president. One of these involved mistreatment of livestock and one of cruelty to a dog. Both matters have been investigated. Hornbill birds low trees. nest inside hoi- HERMANSON DAIRY PRODUCTS CO., INC. "I can't file these examination papers, Mr. Wade, you have all the files full of Cottage Cheese from HERMANSON'S DAIRY." LYONS PRE-SEASON LYONS have planned this pre-season showing of fur coats so that you might have an opportunity to look over their gorgeous new furs in the very latest styles for this fall and winter. Select your new fur coot now while choice of furs and styles is complete . . . Northern Muskrat Backs . . . Mendoxa Beaver . . . 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