Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on June 5, 1948 · Page 2
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Mason City Calendar •J^NE 7—Primary election. recreation program C0ll£ge term JUNE 10-11— I 0 w a Leajjue oj District fostmasters convention. Iowa Chamber at P °M me a C rk secretaries and JU i 2N a?ion' 1U ~ G - A " R - »*"* Allled izations convention. JUNE 20— Hamilton School of Commerce graduation, First Christian church. 7:30 J ^ 22 - Nort " 1°™» Band festival and Queen coronation. Jl iPVr ^l*— Beutell Brothers toy show at Hanford Hotel. n days at ^v,ii I and *— Junior Legion state baseball tournament. A Clear 6 La 7 k SEPT. 3-7— North Iowa fair. 9 ~~ Governor ' s days at HERE IN MASON CITY Paper Headquarters. Shepherds. Time tested paints at Payne's color bar. Office hours in the superintendent's office of the Chicago & North Western railway in Mason City will be 7 a. m. to 4 p. m. during the summer months to conform with hours in the road's general office in Chicago where daylight saving time is observed, "it was announced here. Hours at the freight house will continue to be 8 a. m. to 5:30 p. m. Ther*e is someone on duty 24 hours a day in the dispatcher's office. Weed killers now in stock. Boomhower Hdw. Imm. delivery, all types stoves, washers. Boomhower Hdw. Gale E. Snell, 822 President S. W., is one of 12 sludents from Iowa to win honors* on the distinguished student rating list of Purdue university for the first semester of the current school year. Rummage sale, 15 13th St. S. E. Thurs., Fri., Sat. Clothing, also misc., rear door. Famous Manhattan white quality T shirts, all sizes, $1 at Abel & Son, Inc. The Rev. Peter Deyncka, founder and director of the Russian Gospel association, will be the speaker at the Sunday services at the Alliance Tabernacle, 616 Delaware N. E. Mr. Deyneka, who has just returned from an extended . missionary tour in Europe, will speitk at 10:45 a. m. and at 8 p. m. Diggins Dance Studio open for enrollment at the Y. W. C. A., Friday, June 4. Authoritative instruction in tap, ballet and character. K of C's will initiate Sunday, June 6 during an all day program starting at St. Joseph's school hall at 7:45 a. m. and closing with i banquet and dinner at the K. C hall about 7 p. m. Word has been received from Mr. and Mrs. Guy Angell, 129 First S. E., who are traveling in the flooded areas in Washington anc Oregon that so far they are high and dry, Members of IOOF Lodge No 224 and Rebekah Lodge No. lOt will meet at 10:15 at the IOOF hall tq attend memorial services at the 1st Methodist church Sunday morning. The K of C's announce the Gtl and final broadcast of "The Foundation of Our American Ideals' series over KGLO Sat., June 5 a' 3:45 p. m. KGLO-FM is nov\ broadcasting the same series— number 2 being aired Sat. at 10:45 a. m. and each Sat. thereafter Each program dramatizes an outstanding historical event upon which our way of life is based. WHO SAID MOVING WAS HARD? Call 1070 HEIMENDINGER TRANSFER LINE They do all the hard work. All employees experienced. Office at 823 4th St., S. W. Election Interest on State Ticket 56 Machines to Register Balloting Here Only One Cerro Gordo Office in Contest •With only one county office in contest, interest will center on the state ticket—particularly the republican governor nomination— as voters here go to the polls in the all state primary election Monday. The only contest on the county tickets is that of supervisor in the 1st district of Cerro Gordo county, in which A. C. Kluck and E. R. "Dick" Steinberg, incumbent, are seeking the republican nomination and Joe Fritz and Edward O'Donnell the democratic nomination. On the democratic ballot there are no names on the ticket for county auditor, treasurer, clerk, recorder, county attorney or coroner, all of which offices are now held by republicans running for re-election without opposition on the G. O. P. ticket. Contests in State Ticket On the state ticket, more than half the offices arc contests on the republican ballot. On the democratic ballot the only contest in the state office ticker is that between Guy M. Gillette and Ernest J. Seeman for the United States senator nomination. AVhile United States Senator George A. Wilson is opposed in his campaign for renomination by John N. Calhoun of Burlington, it is in the governor's race that most of the interest is centered in the primary election here. Changes of party affiliation have been made by part of the labor vote in order to register opposition to Gov. Robert D. Blue in his campaign for the republican nomination for re-election for the 3rd time as Iowa governor The campaign for the nomination of William S. Beardsley for governor on the G. O. P. ticket has been gaining in intensity as the primary election approaches. New voting registrations in Mason City totaled only 592 for the primaries. Pearl Kellogg, city clerk, reported. Included in this group are persons 21-years and older who are registering for the first time and voters who have moved to the city since their last registration. T h e registrations started March 16 and were very light up to the final day last Friday when 143 changes were recorded. Voters who did not change their registration or prospective new voters who did not register will have another chance next fall before the general elections in November. Using 56 Machines Balloting in Cerro Gordo county will be on 56 voting machines which have again been placed in the 30 precinct voting places throughout the county. In most precincts one machine takes care of the voting, while in the 1st precinct of the 2nd ward at the courthouse, 5 machines are necessary to handle the long line of voters. The polls will open at 7 a. in. in Mason City and at 8 a. m. in all other precincts in the county. Polling places close at 8, at which time tabulation of votes takes place. The polling places in Mason City are: First precinct, first ward— School administration building, 120 East State. Second precinct, first ward— Waterwork, 1205 Elm Drive. First Precinct, second ward— Courthouse, 20 1st N. W. Second precinct, second ward— McKinley school, 1510 North Federal. First precinct, third ward—City hall, 19 South Delaware. Second precinct, third ward— Roosevelt school, 1520 South Pennsylvania. First precinct, fourth ward—S & R Chevrolet company, Inc., 18 South Washington. Second precinct, fourth ward- * * #- DEMONSTRATES VOTING MACHINE USE — Cerro Gordo County Auditor Keith Raw in the picture above demonstrates how simple it is to cast your ballot on the automatic voting machines in the primary election Monday. Thest machines will be in use in all *—• —— of the 30 precincts of the county. Auditor Raw has just entered the voting booth, as any voter will after declaring his or her party. He has grasped the operating lever and is about to move it to the right. This closes the curtain around the voter and at the same time releases the lock on the voting levers. The next step is to turn the voting lever down over the name of each candidate of the voter choice. These levers must be lef down or the vote is not registered In event the voter wishes to chang his choice he may do so by return ing any of the small levers to th unvoted position and then tur down another in its stead. Afte completing the job of voting, th voter turns the operating leve back to the left, which opens the curtain and automatically registers the vote. Harry Decker Dies; Rites Set Monday Harry H. Decker, 74, died sud- lenly at his home, 310 Georgia V. E., Friday morning. He had been a resident of Mason City for 31 years. Mr. Decker was born Sept. 21, .873, at Buffalo, N. Y., son of lerman and Catherine Decker. When he was 19 years of age he noved to Chicago, where he attended Bryant and Stratton business college. Upon finishing his schooling he Dought into partnership with Jacob E. Decker in a meat market in Chicago. The partnership was dissolved in 1898 and he organized :he Austin Storage company in Chicago and remained in that ousiness until 1917 when he sold and moved to Mason Cily. Here he joined tne Jacob E. Decker and Sons packing plant and remained with it until he retired in 1942. Surviving are his wife, Martha, a daughter, Mrs. Dudley Decker, a son, Milton H. Decker, and 4 grandchildren, Rita, Barbara, Ralph and Jay II. A sister, Louise Decker of Mason City also survives. He was preceded in death by his parents and a brother. Funeral services will be held at the Major Memorial chapel at 2:30 p. m. Monday, with Doctoi Lloyd A. Gustafson, pastor of the First Methodist church, officiating. Interment will be at Elmwood cemetery. The Major funeral home in charge. The JACKSON NURSING HOME Madison school, 620 South Jefferson. Other voting precincts are listed as follows: Bath — Bath township Center school No. 5. Clear Lake, first ward—City hall, North 4th St.. Clear Lake. Clear Lake second ward—Lincoln scnooJ. Clear Lake, third ward—High school. Clear Lake township—Ventura school. Dougherty—Town hall, Dougherty. Falls-Plymouth —• Town hall, Plj'mouth. Falls-Rock Falls — Woodman hall, Rock Falls. Geneseo—Town hall, Rockwell. Grant—Grant township center hall, school No. 5. Grimes-Mcservey — Town Meservey. Grimes-Thornton —- Town Thornton. Lake—Lake township school No. 4. Lime Croek—Lime Creek township school No. 5. Lincoln — Lincoln township school No 5. Mason—Mason township school No. 8. Mason-West Mason — Mason 206 Third Street N. E. Mason City Iowa DEVOTED TO THE CARE OF THE SICK AND THE AGED Phone 5284 township school No. 4. Mount Vernon—Mount Vernon township center school No. 5. Owo:i—O'Connor Store, Car- tersvillr. Pleasant Valley — Town hall, Swalcclale. Portland—Woodman hall, Portland. Union—Lakeside church. This is the way the names of the candidates line up on the ballots: REPUBLICAN State Officers For United States senator— John N. Calhoun, Burlington; George A. Wilson. Des Moines. For governor—William S. Beardsley, New Virginia; Robert D. Blue, Eagle Grove. For lieutenant-governor—Kenneth Evans, Emerson; Redficld C. .Mills, Redficld. For secretary of state—Jesse W. Maiden, Newton; Charles J. Knickerbocker, Fairfax; Richard N. Mason, Ames; Mrs. Earl G. Miller, Des Moines; Joseph E. Miller. Des Moines; Helen Mitchell, Council Bluffs; M. D. Synhorst, Orange City; Russell L. Vclz, Minden. For auditor of state—Chet B. Akers, Ottumwa; John H. Cruickshank, Sioux City. For treasurer of state J. M. OMA BURGENER will UNLOAD vour CARLOAD Phone 1010 HOUSEHOLD GOODS MOVING Packing and Crating CARLOAD PRICE ON BEER 24 Pints Case $ for. 2.59 COLD MELONS POP, 6 for. . Phone 546 CENTRAL Parking Space FOOD MARKET Southeast Across From Postoffice* OPEN EVERY NITE TILL 10 — AND SUNDAYS LARD pound 24c EVERYTHING FOR YOUR PICNICS OPEN SUNDAY FRESH EGGS dozen 41. ICE CREAM Pint Pkg. 24c Home Grown VEGETABLES FRESH MEATS Crimes, Osccola; Henry J. Schmit/., Eldoru. For secretary of agriculture— Harry D. Linn, Des Moines. For attorney general — Robert L. Larson, Iowa City. For commerce commissioner— Carl W. Reed, Cresco. For representative in congress (3rd district)—H. R. Gross, Waterloo; John W. G wynne, Waterloo. For state senator (43rd district) —Herman M. Knudson, Mason Cily. For state representative (87th district)—W. H. Nicholas, Mason City. County Officers (Republican) For county auditor—Keith Raw. For county treasurer — Ethel Ridgeway. For clerk of the district court— S. H. MacPeak. For sheriff — Edward O. Babcock. For county recorder — Bernicc Tait. For county attorney—James R. Brown. For county coroner—Dr. Ralph E. Smiley. For county supervisors — (1st district) A. C. Kluck and E. R. Steinberg; (2nd district) R. D. Robbins; (3rd district) John Ca- hille. For justice of peace, city of Mason City township—C. R. Servison, For constable — CJarence L Loonier and R. R. Picrce t (2 to be nominated). DEMOCRATIC State Ticket For United States senator- Guy M. Gilette, Cherokee; Ernest J. Seeman, Waterloo. For governor—Carroll O. SwiU- cr, DCS Moines. For lieutenant governor — Iver Christoffersen, Cedar Falls. For secretary of state—Phiiip L. Shutt, Independence. For auditor of state—John I. Kcller, Eagle Grove. For treasurer of state—W. A Orwin, LeMars. For secretary of agriculture— Gale McClean, Wilton Junction. For attorney general—Harold J Fleck, Oskaloosa. For commerce commissioner— Sidney Ramsey, Oclwcin. For representative in congress (3rd district)—Dan J. P. Ryan Parkersburg. . For state representative (87tt district)—Edwin A. Hocum, Mason City. County Officers (Democratic) For sheriff—Cal Dwan. For county supervisors — (Is district) Joe Fritz and Ed ware O'Donnell; (3rd district) Hcnrj Hilzhusen. For justice of peace, Mason City township—Verne A. Melllcr Reports I'oppy Sales Osasc—Mrs. Burt Simpson, co chairman With Mrs. William Row land for the poppy sale, states tha the money turned in this year wa S363.A4, which is an increase o $35 over last year. HARRY H. DECKER FIRE DAMAGES I'LANT Charles City—Fire of undetcr- ninecl origin damaged the roof and a dry-kiln in a section of the main building at the George P. imith millworking plant. Damage vas not extensive, according \o Company officials, and will cause 10 delay in the operation of the actory, located on North Grand ivenue. Honor Students Are Guests of Kiwanis Club Told By Bergeson of Responsibilities To be an honor student means to have more responsibilities to oneself and to one's community, Rollo Bergeson, state secretary, told the 67 honor students who were guests of Kiwanis club at Hotel Hanford Thursday noon in the club's annual entertainment of these students. "You are here because of your achievement but that is not the end in itself," Bergeson said. "I urge you to take this extra talent you have been given and seek the humility embodied in the greatest example of service to mankind that we know, that of Christ." Students honored included 50 from the Mason City high school 9 from the junior college, 4 from Holy Family and 4 from St. Joseph. Introduced were Miss Helen Fullerton, dean of high schoo girls; C. H. Beem, junior college dean; Msgr. R. P. Murphy, Holy Family; Dr. George M. Crabb president of the school board Supt. Lawrence H. Shepoiser Harold J. Snyclcr, principal, and Perley Brunsvold, vice principal. Welcomes Guests Don G. Klempnauer. presidcn of the club, welcomed the guests "We are proud both ot your bein honor students and of having you as guests," he told them. Bergeson tol,d the honor stu dents that more important than getting information is the ques for understanding. "In our scientific pursuits we have developed a wonderful scientific world but we don't understand it. What we need is not more science but more conscience," he emphasized. The program was opened with Msgr. Murphy giving the invocation. Club singing was led by Dr. R. F. Kunx and included "warm- up" on "Good Old Summer Time," then "cooling off" on Jingle Bells." The singing concluded with the Mason City school song. Charles E. Cornwell, program chairman, introduced Mr. Bergeson. Announcement was made of the party for ladies of Kiwanis at the Mason City Country club Monday evening and members were asked to turn in reservations. .Jerry Poland, former Kiwnnis member here, now of Omaha, Tsebr., was given a special welcome. Students Listed The honor s'uicdnts entertained were: Mason City high school—Julinc Adclsman, Elaine Christopolous, Charles Cole. Roger Cunningham, Lois Davis, Barbara Decker, Rita Ebert, Joan FilzGerald, Mary Frisk, Clarice Garrotto, Dorothy Gettman, Shirley Groh, Richard Hansen, Marian Holmes. DuRee Entry No. 39— Jackie Plowman, Northwood, Enters Race for Queen Title Uson Cily Globe-(3»««e, Mason City, la. Jane 4, 1948 * JACKIE PLOWMAN Miss Northwood Hunter, Richard Jensen, Frank Jones, Tracy Kinsel, Gretchen Kriegcr, Diann Krall, Ardis Lo ken, Robert MacMillan, George Marty, Richard Millington, Barbara Murray. Shirley Murren, Lois Needham Bonnie Nicholas, Carol Norris Jotinn Osmundson, David Parker Ardys Paulson, Harriett Percy Martin Peterson, Joy Petitt, Suzanne Pierce, Patricia Poland William Postma, James Posz, Virginia Raisch, Marilyn Homey, LaVonne Shaffer, Jean Urnbarger John Umbarger, Evelyn Uthoff Robert Wilkinson, Ronald Wolf Rosalyn Wolf, Barbara Wolkenhauer, Marian Wolkenhauer. Junior college — Maybclle Adelsman, Robert Heiderich, Strode Hinds, Helen Hughes, Marjorio Lysne, Darlene Ouverson, Roberta Price, John Rothamel, Jerry Voiding. Holy Family—Mary Lou Casey, Mary Lou Everetts, Geraldine Rothamel, Donna Jean Sartor. St. Joseph—Eileen Bergin, Frank Garcia, Thomas Pattee, Irene Sweeney. Jackie Plowman was announced y the Mason City Chamber of lommerce Friday as queen entry rom Northwood to represent that ommunity in the North Iowa Band Festival here on June 22. Jackie was selected by the Northwood band, which is also coming to Mason City for the celebration, for the honor. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Plowman of Northwood. Her lather is owner of the Plowman Coffee shop there. Jackie holds the distinction of laving been chosen l^om Worth county to attend Girls State at Grinnell in 1947. She has been a member of the band all 4 years in :iigh school. Other musical activities include membership in the brass sextet, girls glee club, mixed chorus and girls sextet. She is an honor student and in addition to that has been school librarian for 4 years, head librarian, 2 years. She has been on the staff of the Viking publication lor 3 years and was business manager of the school annual. She also held an office on the student council and took part in the junior and senior class plays. The Northwood high school concert band consists of 50 pieces and is directed by A. J. Witham. The band has just been newly uniformed. Russell Baker is superintendent of the schools and John Bush, principal. John M. Slosson is mayor arid C. O. Christianson is president of the school board. The average length of feeding period for steer calves is 8 months. PERISHABLE FOOD HANDLING ESTABLISHMENTS An effort was made by the fly control committee to contact all Hotels, Cafes, Taverns, Dairies, etc., for interior fly control spraying. If you were missed and want your establishment sprayed on WEDNESDAY, JUNE 9 CALL THE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE PHONE 146 Your shoes need a thorough cleaning once in a while. It hclp.s keep the surface new Io«ki itK longer . . . you look better groomed. FOX SHOE REPAIR 205 South Federal ONUMENT SHE WHO Went down info the valley of the shadow of death To give you birth and life Should rest beneath a beautiful monument and We'd like to help you plan it. Mason City Monumental Works, Inc. George Miller 150 10th St. S. \V. Phone 35! POLITIC A I, ADVERTISEMENT rOI.ITlCAI. ADVF.HTISF.MF.NT Services at Wheelenvood Wheelcrwood — 'There will be Sunday school at the Wheelcrwood church at 10 a. m. Sunday. Ben Miller of Fertile will be in charge o£ preaching to follow. NOMINATE O MOVING PACKING 9 STORAGE CRATING [XOLUSiVE AGENTS FOR AERO-MAYFLOWER TRANSIT CO. ' For complete information and estimates on COAST TO COAST MOVING — PHONE 4000 Season City Warehouse Corp, \\ Ed" O'Donnell, Sr Democratic Candidate for 1st District County Supervisor With Your VOTE MONDAY, JUNE? For Transportation to the Polls Phone 763 Sponsored by Friends of "Ed" O'Donnell, Sr. Hotel Hanford Sunday, June 6, 1948 Special Sunday Dinner Includes COMPLETE DINNER Children's Portions !/2 Price Choice.of: Tomato Juice, Apricot Nectar, or Consomme Julienne Baked Swiss Steak en Vegetable Gravy $1.00 Cold Sliced Turkey and Potato Salad 1.00 Roast Sirloin of Beef, Natural Gravy 1.00 Chicken Salad, Quartered Eggs and Tomatoes. . .. 1.00 Ground Sirloin Steak, Smothered in Onions 1.00 Barbecued Boneless Pork Chop. . . T.OO Pan Fried Wail-Eyed Pike 1.00 Creamy Whipped, Scalloped, or Oven Browned Potatoes Buttered Green Beans or New Peas Gr Carrots Combination Salad, French Dressing Homemade Finger Rolls Coffee Choice of: Ice Creams, Sherbets, or Cottage Pudding FROM OUR A LA CARTE MENU: Chops, Steaks, Roast Prime Ribs, Fried Chicken, Sea- foods, Salads, Sandwiches, and Hanford Hamburgers. PLATE LUNCHEONS EVERY DAY, EXCEPTING SUNDAY 50c

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