Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on June 5, 1948 · Page 10
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Some Movie Fans Never Saw Bible «* KjiAjuaiui deplores the -"V4 llae that some children have never seen a Bible but do know ail about the movies. The report 15th Season Nearly 1,000,000 Visitors RECOMMENDED AND APPROVED BY AAA VISIT NIAGARA CAVE JHARMONY, MINNESOTA *X^$?""^°i*^2«^«fto£ »•.'«„! i rh> * hour tour - °» th « win. «a ^ M V * St "^ e Line - »° mil « "o'th- fhen hi """"City—thru Crcsro. Iowa- then highway No. ISO to Harmony, Mlun u> H . en Sum ">er and Winter. Write for FRKE Ill.isfrated Booklet observes: "There was a time, not so far distant, \vhen it was safe to assume that most young people came from homes where they received at least some Christian teaching. That is now the exception rather than the rule." New Drug Tried on Scrub Typhus Manila, (ff) —.A drug from the penicillin family has shown favorable results in treating scrub typhus—the so-called Japanese river bed fever which so far cannot be prevented fay present typhus vaccine. This report was made by a 13th air force observer with an army medical research team conducting tests in Kuala Lumpar, Malaya. The drug is chloromycetin. Army doctors so far have treated 25 patients with it and none has developed complications or died. ** J E3&5«*'A! i FOR SANITATION AND CLEANLINESS HAVE YOUR RUGS CLEANED Regularly by Lyons. Our scientific methods thoroughly clean the dirt and grime that is worn into the rug and insure longer lii'e and beauty* Phone 600 Prompt Pick-up and Delivery No. 3 in Series- Fathers and Sons Working Together in Mason City NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL 3TATE OF IOWA, Cerro Gordo County, ss. In District Court. No. 6930. March Term, 1348. o all wham It may concern: You are hereby notified, that an In- trument of writing purporting to be the ast Will and Testament of John Skopcc, Jeceased, dated March 12, 19-16. having feen .this .day filed, opened and read, Monday the 21st day of June, 19-18, is ixed for hearing proof of same at the Court House in Moson City, Iowa, before he District Court of said County, or the Clerk of said Court; and at 2 o'clock M., of the day above mentioned all jersous interested are hereby notified and required to appear, and show cause, f any they have, why said instrument should not be probated and allowed as and for the last Will and Testament of said deceased. Bated at Mason City, Iowa. May 19, 1948. S. H. MacPEAK. Clerk of District Court By EVELYN SLOCK. Deputy Globe-Gazette Pholo TALK OVER NEW POLICY—Ralph W. Fischbeck (foreground) and son, Arthur M. Fischbeck of the New England Mutual Life Insurance company, First National Bank building, talk over a new policy written on a year old child of Mason City businessman. Ralph Fischbeck, the father, observed his 32nd anniversary in the insurance business on June 1, having received his first contract in 191G. He* came to Mason City from ' and charter members of tho orig- Ottumwa in 1912 and joined the advertising department of the inal, local chapter of the Life Underwriters Association. Arthur M. Fischbeek, t!ie son Mason City Globe-Gazette. After j bcgan W ritin;> insurance 10 yet LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE OF AMENDMENT TO ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION of HART MOTORS, INC. To whom it may concern: Notice is hereby given that the Har Motors, Inc., has duly amended Article X of its Articles of Incorporation whicl relates to the amount and class of au thorized capital stock of the corporation This Article is amended by striking ou the entire article (Article X) and sub stittiting the following: "The authorized capital stock of thi corporation shall be Five Hundred (500 shares of common stock with a par valui of (JIOO.OO) One Hundred Dollars pc share. The capital stock may be increased by vote of three-fourths of all of th stock issued and outstanding at any such time. When the capital stock is to be in creased, the additional shares shall b offered to the existing stockholders pro portionntely to their holdings at not le< than the par value. None of the sai capital stock shall be issued until 1h same is either paid for in cash at not les than the par value or in property a provided by law." Dated tliis 1st day of June, 1948. HART MOTORS. INC. By Clayton O. Hart. Presidcn By Mattie A. Hart. Secretary 4 years he decided to enter insurance business. He was one of the organizers NOUNCEME O ' I f* \\ Co. 27 First St. S. W. E. H. WAGNER, M 3 r. Phone 1251 the ' ago in 1938. A product of the Mason City high school and Mason dity junior college, he was graduated from the University of Iowa in June, 1941. He spent 6 months in the agency department of the home office in Boston, before entering the service in January, 1942. i Mr. Fischbcck then spent T>2 months in the service in the Q. M., 13 months in Alaska and 13 months in Europe. He is now a first lioutor.ant in the reserves. In Nov., 1940, he took a 2 weeks refresher course in the home office of the company in Boston. The father had 4 children, but Art. *ht? youngest, was the only one to follow in his father's business. The son has one child. Has assumed distribution of the Shell Petroleum Products Goodyear Tires Accessories and Allied Products The same products and service as handled by the Carnes Oil Company will be available through the same service stations and by the same personnel. YOUR CONTINUED PATRONAGE WILL BE APPRECIATED POLITICAIj ADVERTISEMENT TOLITICAI, ADVERTISEMENT POLITICAL, ADVERTISEMENT VOTE FOR r Democratic Candidate for SUPERVISOR First District Fourteen Years With State Highway Commission and Now Farm Owner North of Mason City, Iowa YOUR VOTE APPRECIATED — MONDAY, JUNE 7 FOR SAJ,E The East One-half (E'.b) of the South east Quarter (SE^I of Section 18, Town ihip ° 4 North ' Range 25, West of the 51 P. M.. Hancock County. Iowa The Northeast One-fourth (NE'/i> of Section 19, Township 94 North, Range 25. Vest of the 5th P. M., Hancock County, owa The eighty acres above described Is nimproved and one of Hancock County's nolce eighties. The quarter section above described Is good piece of land and a good pro- ucer. Improvements fair. Both tracts are 1 mile north and 2 miles tesl of Kanawha, Iowa, a splendid town, tltti adequate market. This real estate will be sold at public uction at the premises at 2:30 o'clock '. M. on June 7th, 1948. Terms of sale will be announced on ale of sale. 15'/r to be paid on day of ale, balance upon delivery of Referee's deed and abstract showing merchantable itle. Immediate possession, subject to 948 leases. FRANK W. SENNEFF First .Slate Bank Building Britt, Iowa, Referee Memorial Planned at West Fork Cemetery Dougherty — Memorial services will be held in the West Fork cemetery east of Sheffield Sunday at 2 p. m. with the American Legion and Veterans of Foreign Wars and their auxiliaries in charge. A program will include an address by the Rev. C. G. Fort, pastor of the Sheffield Methodist church, officiating. Selections will be played by the Sheffield band. Jorlien of Mason City spent Tuesday and Wednesday with friends n Rake and Buffalo Center. OF NOTICE OF TUB APPOINTMENT ADMINISTRATRIX iTATE OF IOWA, Cerro Gordo .County, ss. No. 6935. Notice is hereby given, that the undersigned has been duly appointed and qualified as Administratrix of the estate of Henry Cahill, Deceased, late of Cerro Gordo County. All persons indebted to said estate are requested to make immediate payment; and those having claims against the same will present them, duly authenticated, to the undersigned for allowance, and file in the office of the Clerk of the District Court. ANNA CAHILL MORGAN J. McENANEY, Attorney Dated June 1. 1948 S. H. MucPEAK, Clerk District Court By EVELYN SLOCK, Deputy OF Visit Friends Rake — The Rev. and Mrs. S. O. Sorlien, Paul, Lois, Ruth and Eunice, of near Osage, and Grace NOTICE OF THE APPOINTMENT EXECUTOR STATE OF IOWA, Cerro Gordo County, ss. No. 685't. Notice is hereby given, that the undersigned has been duly appointed and qualified as Executor of the estate of Helen Louise Brandt, Deceased, late of Cerro Gordo County. All persons indebted to said estate are requested to make immediate payment; and those having claims against the same will present them, duly authenticated, to the undersigned for allowance, and file in the office of the Clerk of the District Court. FLOYD F. BRANDT L. A. MOE, Attorney Dated June 1, 1948 S. H. MacPEAK. Clerk District Court By EVELYN SLOCK. Deputy Of the total gross income from poultry in the United States in 1947, 67 per cent was from eggs, i 24 per cent from chickens, and 9 per cent from commercial broilers. une 4. 1948 7 lason City Globe-G»»etle, Maion City, I», POLITICAL ADVERTISEMENT LADY KEPT WORKING IN SPITE OF PILES A lady who works in an Iowa city store wrote that she was just desperate from piles. She had to work all day at the store, then there was housework to do and the piles made her suffer terribly. Could not use messy and greasy treatments because of working at the store, and was fearful of operations. «he got SHL-O-PON and says, "I started on them, and pood- bye, piles." SEL-0-PON is just the thing for people who work, or must he on their feet all day. Because SEL-0- PON is a pure vegetable product that you simply swallow. That's all there is to it —and SKL-O-PON attacks piles where they start — internally. Don't suffer ton long, or spend too much, when SEL-O-PON is fully guaranteed to help. Tr\ thorn and you'll agree with this lady, "Relieve me, they really did the" job!" OSCO DRUG CO. North Hardin County Chapter of Red Cross Has Annual Election Iowa Falls—New officers of the North Hardin chapter of the American Red Cross for the year beginning July 1, 1948, wen; elected at the annual meeting of the chapter in Iowa Falls Tuesday evening. Mrs. Frank Weldcn of Iowa Falls was elected chairman; Mrs. Vern Newton of Iowa Falls, vice chairman; Mrs. Alice Canada of Buckeye, Mrs. H. W. Seibold of Acklcy, and Mrs. '2nd vice chairmen fer of Iowa Falls treasurer. Directors named include Mrs. F. .T. Kingdon, Mrs. E. A. Weslbury, W. C. Hilburn, C. M. Bartrug, Paul Barker, II. M. Lutx., A. I. Harkcn, Mrs. George Mark, Mrs. Willard Wood, and Leonard Hoffman, all of Iowa Falls. Mrs. S. Gay Roosevelt, W. B. Fisher, Martin Ryken, all of Ackley; D. D. Walker of Buckeye; Mrs. W. L. Cousin, Mrs. Esther Owens, Mrs. Harry Parker, and R. j B. Clift, all of Aldcn; Fred Fuller, (Mrs. Vcrn Fuller, and Floyd Trickcy, all of Ownsn. Mrs. Frank Welden will attend the national meeting of the Amcri- can Red Cross in San Francisco as i a delegate of the chapter. W. L. Cousin, Carl Mansdor- was re-elected Attend Commencement Lclaiul — Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Carlson went to Winona Sunday where they attended Ihe graduation exercises of their daughter Mary from St. Teresa college. They also visited wilh the Clarence Stokes family in Chatiield, Minn. Mary returned home with them Tuesday. SCIENTIFIC with SUPER-STRENGTH • BiiDt lo mvc ffriner-fh.in-usuiil supptirl »s well as "Controlled Com- forl" advanUij'.''") to persons rcciuir- liV nn uxtrn-(irm mnltrcss Mattress nnd matcliinp box springs "SprinR Air" Mattress GUARANTEED FOR 15 YEARS Tyler-Ryan Furniture Company Keith Raw Republican Candidate for the Office of COUNTY AUDITOR Veteran World War II Your Vote Will Be Appreciated I LYONS ARE ESPECIALLY EQUIPPED To CLEAN and RENOVATE your PILLOWS Protect your health and insure comfortable sleeping with pillows that have been scientificallj r cleaned and renovated at Lyons. This new exclusive process removes all excessive dust and broken quills us well as dried perspiration and germs, and returns their original fluffiness. Phone GOO Prompt Pick-up and Delivery LAST DAY TOMORROW! uite Sale! 4 Piece Set Regular $169.50 WHILE THEY LAST • Vanity — Chest — Bed •— Bench Bleached Mahogany FURNITURE COMPANY 29 Second St. S. E. Phone 3910 29 2nd St. S. V.. Phone KOIrt B? BASSET ^fc^BP"tE*15?SC! V% JK TS>P"i0S 165 A ff 17* •fEjj^jSrJBj^r 2, JEiJals JuFjHklTS ££&jiLfiI£ Take Advantage of These Terrific Bargains Our Employees Have Picked For You! EARLY MORNING SPECIAL! SATURDAY From 9:30 to 12:30 Noon Only! ONE LARGE GROUP TOTS' AND GIRLS' WASH DRESSES Reg. 2.98 to 7.95 5<^ $^5 4U and jp Sizes Range From 1 to 3; 3 to 6x; 7-14; 10-16 ' f ERSON AL PQ&TABlg RA0IQ - \ TAKE IT WITH YOU! So caiy to pack or,carry. Weighs only 5 1 /, Ibs.. S'.\" high, TVs" *idc, 4" deep. Playl on scif-conl.vncd, long-'lilc battery. E»clusive Zenith "Flr.jo- Grip" hflnd'c expands to f*t your hand. 0 "FLEXO-GRIP" HANDLE • EXTRA AC-DC POWER • BREATH-TAKING BEAUTY KEEP IT WITH YOU! So easy to use at & table model in Any room. Just plug it in. Any one of the three avjifjble colon lends a lovely accent . . . lich maroon and gold, blfrck and gold, white and gold. • PLAYS ANYWHERE O LONG-LIFE BATTERY • SWITCH-ON LID Be Sure to Vote Monday, June 7 Let the "ZENETTE" solve your gift problems. Then think of your own plans for the summer. You'll want d "ZENETTE"—you'll b« proud to own it. We Invite you to come in and ice the new "Zcncito" . . . America's Mighfleif Tiny Radio. S 42 45 LESS MTTEX1ES TYLER-RYAN ACROSS FROM THE PARK FURNITURE COMPANY 29 Second St. S. E. Phone 3910

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