Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on June 30, 1948 · Page 19
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 19

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LEGAL NOTICES OFFICIAL NOTICE BEFORE THE IOWA STATE COMMEBCK COMMISSION To the Citlicni of Cerr« G«rd« County: Notice Is hereby given that McCoy Truck Une*. Inc., Waterloo, low*, b»i made .ppllcation to the Iowa State Commerce Commission under authority of Chapter 325, the Code. 1946. lor a Certificate of Convenience and Necessity to operate as a motor carrier of freight between Des Moines on the one hand and on the other. Rowan. Coulter. E»Rl e Grove, Clarion, Goldfield, Latimer. Hampton. Hansel!. Dumont. Bristow. Allison, Clarksville, Shell Rock, Janesvllle. Wa- LASTING BEAUTY For Your Cor S1MONIZ 59 Poste Kleener, 12 o«..'. . . 59c Liquid Kleener, 20 or.. . 59c Carrie Van Mess CD 20 East State Phone 17 verly. Plainfield, Nashua.- Charles City. Bassett. Ionia, New Hampton. North Washington. Alta Vista, Floyd. Rudd Nora Springs, and Elma over the n «veral routes shown by application in FolK, Jasper, Poweshiek, Tama. Marshall. Story. Black Hawk, Hardin, Franklin, Cerro Gordo, Floyd, Howard, Chickasaw, Bremer. Butler, and Wright Counties. Iowa. Freight to b« transported will be limited to that originating or interlined at Des Moines and destination limited to towns named and originating at said towns and destined to or for interline at Des Moines with no service to Intermediate points or places. The Commission fixed Tuesday. July 20. 1948, nine (9:00) o'clock a. m. at the Office of the Floyd County Auditor, Charles City, Iowa, as time and place for B. M. Richardson, Chairman David B. Long, Commissioner Carl \V. Reed, Commissioner Attest: Geo. L. McCaughan. Secretary Dated at Des Moines. Iowa, June 14, 1948. Docket No. H-3983 NOTICE FOR BIDS FOR UNDERGROUND STEAM MAINS 1 Sealed proposals for the Installation of underground high pressure steam and return mains approximating 1000 lineal feet will be received In the Office of.the Secretary of the Board ot Education in the City of Mason City, Iowa, until .i.uu o'clock P M.. on the 13th day o£ July 1948, and will then be publicly opened "2! AU^'lds shall be made on the printed form attached to and made a part o£ me proposed contract documents. 3 The proposed contract documents, including the plans, drawings and specifications pursuant to which the work must be done, are on file at the Office of the Secretary of the Board of *™™- tion of the City of Mason City, Iowa. Copies thereof are also on file Offices of the Engineer, B^ w Kansen°& eS Waegon'er, Mason City, Iowa. All bids shall be on the basis of cash certified or cashier's check satisfactory to the Owner, in an amount equal to live i (5%) per cent o£ the amount of the pro- i. By virtue of statutory 73 Osage Girl Scouts Camp at Clear Lake — Seventy-three Girl McCoy, Rita Quimby, Helen I Heiden, and Lois Laughlin, will! conduct swimming instruction for the entire group and Mrs. lona Mayer and Mrs. Bert Driscoll will be in charge of chow. Music, organized games of various types, stunts, campfires, and hikes will also be featured, and a rt of awards will be either and Mrs. Joe Mettille, Des Moines; Mr. and Mrs. John Mullin, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Bonnstetter. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Riggles, Miss Lucille Miller. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Oxley Mr. and Mrs. John Oxley, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Aitchensm, and Mr and Mrs. Donald Meyers, all Jane 29, IMS *»••• city ai»k«-G*s4M«s I/* of Corwith. Mr. and Mrs. Ucyett were both members of the elm**. Marvel Trouser Greasers supervisor «mrs. [ ^^ REUN1TES . tant supervisor, ana i Corwith — Fourteen of the 19 Gardner and Ruth were present at the reunion ot tne "^Vheioers hi S h school class of 1923 at the as helpers, ^ ^ in sc ^ oolhouse Sunday. Those pres- oing, shell work and (Thamer Sizler) of O WO Didder lilay WAI«VI*«» *••— ~ •— --at least ten (10) days after the scheduled closing time for the receipt of bids. 7. The Board of Directors of the Independent School District of Mason City, Iowa, reserves the right to reject any or •'f -•"-Congratulations Owners . . Architects . . Builders . . Management on the completion of the beautiful I't lew 8JI room Mason City, Iowa By B. L. MAIN, Secretary Board of Education Chickasaw4-H Boys at Ames Convention New Hampton — Seven Chickasaw county youths have been named as delegates to the slate 4-H club convention in Ames this week. They are James Borcherding of Fredericksburg club George Harwell, Jr., of the Richland Rattlers; John Swinton of the Cedarside; Lloyd- Hahn of the Williamstown Junior Farmers; Dale Schluetter of Washington; Donald Weidler of the Happy Hustlers Spencer Hildahl of the Saucle Cit izens Chester Benson, county ex tension director, and Melvin Kar natz, 4-H county chairman, ac companied the youths. _ J4afo TO THE NEW AND EVEN MORE MAGNIFICENT SURF BALLROOM We're proud -too—that they again selected Pauile's to equip it with booths, refreshment bars, backbars and paneling. L. PAULLE-M1DW AY 407 North Homline Avenue • Saint Paul 4, Minnesota Fixture and Showcase Co. 1 NOW, SAVI IHONINrt ON CHILDREN'S fANIS, TOOI Shapes, Smooths and Creases Wash Pants While They Dry of the washer. Rust-resistant fini 3 PAIR IB Van Ness Co 20 East State Phone 17 It has been our privilege and pleasure *o take an active part in furnishing this, the most beautiful Ballroom in the Middlewest. Phone 234, Osage, Iowa Carpets, Draperies, Rubber Til^Asphalt Tile, Linoleum CLEAR LAKE, IOWA STATION WAGON: Smart! Pradicall 5»at§ 4, or 2 with % ton load. Come in today and see the Crosley you II be prouder than ever to drive. For Crosley has stepped out-stepped up-wi»h a "new look that's perfectly proportioned to the Crosley % sleek tines See the new, smarter Crosley ... the car that'costs less to buy, less to run. Actually gives you 35 to 50 miles on a gallon of regular gasoline! Powered by the revolutionary 4 cylinder Cro*ky COBRA engine. PICK-UPi Cult $«rv1c» and d»liv«ry coiti. SEDAN. Ov»r 20,000 now on Hi* road. JOKES CONVHTIW.SI M yo« I«Y« iim and air. PANEl DetlVEITYi Full 'A ton (L flNi B CORY AND HILLS MOTORS 1619 So. Federal Ph °" e 552 ° O N July first, 1948 the new Surf Ballroom, the finest in the middle west, will open at Clear Lake, Iowa, replacing its famous predecessor destroyed by fire 15 months ago. Every possible facility for your dancing pleasure has been incorporated in this new, fireproof structure, located across the street from the former Surf. Summer and winter air conditioning—large dance floor-ample checking facilities-lounges—200 booths-refreshment lounge-ample parking. The same friendly, informal atmosphere that endeared the old Surf to its thousands of patrons has been preserved in a new setting of beauty and charm that we know you are going to like. OPENING WEEK DANCE SCHEDULE GRAND OPENING DANCE Ray Pearl and his "Musical Gems" OPENING OLD STYLE DANCE Fess Fritsche and his Band REGULAR MODERN DANCE Ray Pearl and his "Musical Gems" PRE-HOLIDAY DANCE Jack Cole and his Orchestra HOLIDAY SPECIAL Ray Pearl and his "Musical Gems" SPECIAL OLD STYLE DANCE Six Fat Dutchmen Pre-Opening Builders' Dance - TL . Reserved for Contractors, Their Employees, and Guests on Thw Night. PUBLIC NOT INVITED. HOURS: 9:00 P. M. to 1:00 A. M. Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday Monday Tuesday July July July July July July 1 Wednesday June 30 ADMISSION PRICE POLICY 73 cents plus tax Week Days 90 cents plus tax Saturday, Sunday and holiday* Prices Include Free Checking »nd Free Parkin* will be no increase In price darln* the openln* week with week day pri*e» the op C enln K modern and .M MJrlj dancej Beverage price, will be th. same as were charged at tne oia sun. SURF BALLROOM Ckar Lake, Iowa

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