Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on June 29, 1948 · Page 12
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 12

Mason City, Iowa
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Tuesday, June 29, 1948
Page 12
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12 Jane 28, 1948 Ma»» City Gl*k«-G«ett«, M»i»n City, b. A. R. Kay, 40, Dies at Home Funeral Services at 2 P.M. on Wednesday August Rex Kay, 40, died at his residence, 306 S. Federal, at 12:30 p. m. Sunday, following an illness of 7 months. He had been a resident of Mason City for the past 21 years. Mr. Kay was born Aug. 9, 1907 in Worth county. Shortly afterwards he moved with his family to Otranto, Iowa, where he lived for 16 years, before moving to Mason City in 1927. He was a member of the Moose lodge. Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Rex Kay, Mason City, his mother, Mrs. Mary Kay, Mason City, father, James Kay, Austin, Minn., and 3 sisters, Mrs. Ralph Williams, Stapleton, Minn., Mrs. Margaret Carberry, Aredale, and Mrs. Glenn Anderson, Clinton, and 6 brothers, Ora Kay, Olympia, Wash., William Kay, Minneapolis, Minn., Kermit, Wilford and Victor Kay, Richmond, Cal., and Delbert Kay, Mason City. Funeral services will be held at 2 p. m. Wednesday at the chapel of the McAuley and Son funeral home, with the Rev George O. Marsh, pastor of the First Christian church, officiating Burial will be at Memorial Park cemetery. The McAuley and Son funeral home -in charge. The United States' trotting horse population has jumped from 4,000 in 1942 to 10,000 today. SPECIAL SALE • MAIL COUPON BELOW NOT JUST POLISHED BUT BEAUTIFULLY REBUILT by ACE EXPERTS with ACE PARTS P|^ With a 1 YEAR ^^ WRITTEN GUARANTEE Deadline for Freedom Garden D rizes Wednesday Midnight Deadline for entries in the Food for Freedom garden contest in Ma£nC S'isWednesday midnight, Chairman HH Boyce warned Sday Prizes of $25, $10 and $5 are being offered for the best food ^^fglrfenmu^e^Last'lSquare feet in size and contain at Sst 6 difL^nttypes of vegetables. Judging will be done during NE They must contain the following information: GARDEN CONTEST ENTR? BLANK Mrs. J. Quayle Rites Tuesday Services to Be Held in Funeral Chapel Mrs. John R. Name of Owner .. Address of Owner 53, of a. m Sunday at a local hospital, following a short illness. She had been a resident of Mason City for the past 24 years. Mrs. Quayle was born at Ceres Iowa, Feb. 24, 1895. At the age o 7 she moved with her parents to a farm near Manly. She was bap tized at St. Paul's German Luther an church at Garnavillo, Iowa May 20, 1895. On June 14, 1919, she was mar ied to John Richard Quayle in rtason City. They established their irst home at Manly, moving to Mason City in 1924. She was a member of the Rebekah lodge and Royal Neighbors at Manly. Surviving are her husband, John R., son, Morrie R. Quayle, Mason City, her mother, Mrs. Henry Miller, Manly, and 4 brothers, Harry J. Miller, Viriton; Lloyd W. Miller Clear Lake; Morrie C. Miller, Mason City, and Claire H. Miller Manly. She was preceded in death by her father, Henry J. Miller, in 1931 in Manly. Funeral services will be held a the chapel of the McAuley and Son funeral home at 2:30 p. m Tuesday, with Doctor Lloyd A Gustafson, pastor of the Firs Methodist church, officiating Burial will be at Elmwood ceme ery. The McAuley and Son funer- 1 home in charge. Birthdays Mean Something Columbus, Ohio, (U.P.)—Donald Beaver has celebrated his past 3 Birthdays with a step farther in his private flying career. He soloed on his 16th birthday and won his pilot's license when he was 17. On his 18th birthday this year tie earned his commercial license. Polio Ficht Stepped Up New York, (U.R)—Three hundred conferences have been scheduled throughout the country this summer to plan the fight against infantile paralysis, the national foundation announced. Exact Location of Garden NEWS of ECORD jo/fy Transfers a^rUV-i"Vn e «"' c. ^u^ ^pJVIVYn En«,e" «d A-.m. Subd. M7ffi,r™"un..i,1 <WD> «, Blk. 6 North Plymouth, Iowa. June 18, 1»M. Doctor Favors More Salt Cleveland, (U.P.)—A professor of medicine warns that people with high blood pressure may be harmed by the low salt intake pre- ] scribed by some physicians. Dr. Frank P. Murphy oC the Marquette University medical school told a meeting of the American Foundation for High Blood Pressure that physical collapse and mental confusion are common reactions when the body is deprived of its normal salt supply. tO«>«*K>fB«4M.W>tt CO. OtDlGO. «t> Police Court A CASE OF GOOD JUDGMENT GLASSES ON CREDIT 50c A WEEK Better Things In Sight Eyewear styling is constantly being improved. Our aim is not merely to correct your vision, but also to give you an opportunity to choose the type of frame that enhances your appearance. '{/ rjyL Huesg^ Istered Optometrist . . . Office « HELZBERGS SOUTH FEDERAL, MASON CITY, IOWA RADIATOR TOOL r>Sci WAC'OUM STOBES T~j I 920 GRAND AVE., DBS MOINES, IOWA I ! I wwld like o free *>om« demonstration of o fully guaranteed Rebuilt I Elettrotux Vocwm Cleaner, complete with 7 allachmentt. | m m i | NAME 1 ADDRESS CITY m ^^1 • • " I • I • •! I I STATE .; i ""PITTSBURGH SUN-PROOF HOUSE PAINT Intoxication—E u I e n e Simmons C1K Adams S. W.. sentenced to JO days in Jail. Peter Benson, Floyd, Om»r Olson, Belmond, Funk, l«0i) DeUware N. E Donald J. Monahan, Manly, Irank wl Huffman. low* Falls, and Monroe Thompson, 128 Jackson S. W each forfeited *10 liond. Edward A. Nelson, Fort Dodge, fined $10 and costs. Assault and Battery—Eujene Simmons, 618 Adams S. W., sentenced to 30 days in jail. William Davis, 33*4 22nd S. W., suspended sentence of SO days In jail. Careless Driving—Robert J. Mlsklminls, 304 W. State, forfeited $50 bond. Improper Parkin*—Dave Bowan, route 4, forfeited $3 bond. ^^ Births Reported {At Mercy Hospital)—Son to Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Masted. Rockwell. Sunday. Daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sel- •ert, 1525 Delaware N. E., Sunday. Daughter to Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Fox, 15 Madison N. W., Sunday. Daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Walter W e- and, 1808 Taft S. W., Sunday. Son to Mr. and Mrs. Fred Vflele, Dougherty, Monday. (At Park Hospital)— Danghler to Mr. nd Mrs. A. J. Meyerhofer, 251 2nd S. E., Sunday. Daughter to Mr. and Mrs. James Hun- erford, Manly, Monday. (At North Iowa Genera! Hospital) — Son to Mr. and Mrs. Wllber Claude Rlcevllle, Sunday. Fire Calls At 10:22 a. m. Saturday to 204 2nd S W Flooded carburetor. At 5:20 p. m. Saturday to 123 2nd S. W Short in refrigerator motor. Marriage Licenses Sidney Johnston, 39, and Merle R Weiss, 33, both of St. Paul. New Cor Sales Carroll Sales Co., 000 4th S. W., Ford Vlrjrinla M. Ingcrsoll, 1933 Carolina N. E Hudson; M. C. Stoddard, (U7 4th S. W Butck; W. R. and Lois J. Lyons, 104 3rd N W , DeSoto; LeRoy Zlcsmer, Ven tura, Kaiser; Dale E. Brailllcr, Rockford Chevrolet truck; Gerhart Juhl, Thornton Chevrolet truck; S A R Chevrolet Co 18 Washington S. W., Chevrolet truck; R G. Swanson, 204 Taylor N. W., Hudson F. J Olson, 80 Crescent drive, Bulc: F W. Krueger, 628 fith S. IV., Bulc L. J. Leigh, 428 1st N. E., Dodrc truck Edwin H. Walker, Clear Lake, Chevrol truck; Arthur McGulre, Clear Lak Studebaker truck. John C Ohrt, 60, Succumbs Funeral Services to Be at Dexter • Today'* SUN-PROOF HOUIB Paintt are not only juit a» good ai ever but in many r«*p«eti they're better. They give greater benefits in hiding, drying, thalk re«i«tance, color holding and durability. For greater beauty and longer-laiting protection repaint thii spring with Pittsburgh Sun-Proof. Gallon JfiO.OO There's o Pittsburgh Point for Every Home Need.' WALLHIDE A real oil-base wall paint that covers thoroughly with one coat. Flat, per gallon. WATIRSPAR ENAMEL Quick-drying, lustrous finish for metal trim, woodwork „ _ r and furniture. Quart.... ?!..»•> FLORHIDE Tough, durahle enamel for wood or cement floors or steps. r Gallon $b.4< '•'*» . John C. Ohrt, 60, of 1524 Adams N. W., died at a local hospital Monday morning following an illness. He had been a resident of Mason City for the past 5 years. Mr. Ohrt was born at Dexter, Iowa, July 2, 1887 He was a building contractor in Dexter before moving to Mason City. Surviving are his wife and daughter, Jeanette Ohrt, Mason City, and 2 sons, Robert C. Ohrt, Oelwein, and Herbert R. Ohrt, Mason City, and 4 grandchildren. He was preceded in death by a daughter. Mr. Ohrt was a member of the Masonic lodge. Funeral services and interment will be at Dexter, Iowa, Thursday. The body will lie in state at the Major funeral home Wednesday and Wednesday evening. The Major funeral home in charge. Com* In for FREE booklet, "Color Dynamic* for Your Home' M ^ • MIRRORS Give A Room Color and Sparkle! Venetian-type wall or mantel mirrors makearoomlookbriehter and more cheerful! ,av« you money. 1*« to * * per roll. »*ANot» p«* M « i - cll r"\t .nd tradition.1 <!".•»»•£"£ .nd colorful Denies. 67« to $5^0 p«r roll. PITTSBURGH PLATE 15 Second S. W. GLASS COMPANY Phone 348 6 Fined for Disorderly Conduct Here Two men and 4 girls were each fined $100 and costs, half of which was suspended in justice of the peace Vern Mettler's court Saturday, on charges of operating a disorderly house and disorderly conduct, respectively. The 2 men, Erskin Hester, San Jose, Cal., and George Toms, Excelsior Springs, Mo., are operators of the Sunset Amusement company, which played in Mason City last week at the North Iowa fairgrounds, and the girls, Lillian Hughes, 20, Bradford, Penn., Juneta Haskinson, 30, Galveston, Tex- 1 as, Sandy Watson, 26, Bismark, N. Dak., and Sally Brunnette, 30, San Jose, Cal., were employed in a strip tease act of the show. The girls were apprehended Thursday evening by the police who said they were in the process of a dance while entirely disrobed. The case was transferred from B. R. Dunn's police court on a change of venue to Mr. Mettler's justice court, where they pleaded guilty. 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