Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on June 5, 1948 · Page 12
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 12

Mason City, Iowa
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Saturday, June 5, 1948
Page 12
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Rites Saturday for Charles City Woman Charles City—Funeral services are set for Saturday at 2 p. m., a* Grossmann's chapel, for Mrs. William Nehls, 53, who died late KILL THAT FLY JOIN THE FLY CONTROL PROGRAM NOW Wednesday afternoon at the Ced*r Valley hospital, following a short illness. The Rev. Walter M. Fritschel, pastor of St. John's Lutheran-church, will officiate. Burial n Riverside cemetery. She was born Aug. 2. 1894, in Spokane, Wash. On Sept. 25, 1909, she was married to William Nehls. She is survived by her husband, a son, Raymond, and daughter, Mrs. Kenneth Voelker, both of Charles City, 2 grandchildren, and a brother, Glen Martin, of Mason City. Plan Memorial Chapin —Memorial services will b«- held at the Old Chapin cemetery Sunday at 2 o'clock. Harvey Uhlenhopp of Hampton will give the address. St. Joseph ASPIRJN WORLDS LiSCtsr SELLER AT I0< ACCEPT LESS? DOMT UT OUT-OF-UNE WHEELS WIAR OUT YOUR TIRE SI nor IN rot OUR CHECK-UP One wheel only Vz inch out of line drags your car sideways 87 feet in every mile — don't let misalignment rob you of tire mileage. Stop in today. . NICK STAUDT DIES Marble Rock—Nick Staudt, 55, died suddenly Wednesday at hi$ home in Marble Rock. He leaves his mother, Mrs. John Staudt, his wife, one daughter, Mrs. Edward Krull of Marble Rock, 4 brothers and 2 sisters. _____ Certificates to 4 Lake Milis-^Two year elementary certificates were given by Luther college to Ruth Anderson Sylvia Sonderland. Geraldme Solomonson and Lorraine Bergland dly Mas,* all of Lake Mills, at the commencement exercises. Xool-Aul TO TAKE OVER NEW ROLES—These graduates of the Mason City high school (266 in all) and the Mason City junior college (53 in number) will take over new roles cf- <:•*##### * * * * * * ' f Globe-Gazette Photo fective Friday. Some will go on to college, some will enter business. All here were intent on receiving that diploma Thursday night at Roosevelt fieldhouse * «• junior college (53 in number) will take over new roles, ci- ^ ^nu^y - B - "V * *• * * * * * * * -jc # sjc sjc %: ?£ 3t 3f * * •!£?£'' Graduates Told There Is Plan in Lite GOOD/YEAR MARATHON TIRES $1195 The Tire That Sets the Pace in the LOW PRICE FIELD. This famous money saving tire is back in the Goodyear line . . . and a better buy than ever . . . see it today. 6:00x16 Plus Tax JOE DANIELS AUTO $UPPLY COMPANY DANIELS - THOMAS - EGGERT 121 North Delaware Phone 363 Mason City's Leading Tire Service Headquarters For One-Quarter Century. POLITICAL ADVERTISEMENT CHARLES J.KNICKERBOCKER Fairfax, Towa CANDIDATE for SECRETARY OF STATE • Life long resident o£ Linn County • Graduate of Iowa State College • Linn County Stale Representative • Legislative member Iowa guild- ing Code Council • Sixteen years director Iowa Stale Fair • Twelve years banking experience Your support will be appreciated Republican Primary June 7, 1948 POLITICAL ADVERTISEMENT POLITICAL ADVERTISEMENT POLITICAL IF YOU WANT TO REMOVE THE SALES TAX ON FOOD IF YOU ARE OPPOSED TO ANY INCREASE IN THE GASOLINE TAX ...... VOTE FOR WILLIAM S. BEARDSLEY Bergeson Is Speaker at Exercises "There is a groat plan in life, and you are part of that plan," Rollo H. Bergeson, secretary of the state of Iowa, told the graduates of the 7ist commencement of the high school and the llth graduation of the junior college at Roosevelt lieklhouse Thursday evening "You as human beings have a part in that plan," Mr. Bergeson said in his talk, "Looking Forward." "You arc not responsible for the degree of talent with which you are endower, but you are re sponsible for the way in which you use it. You move across th stage of life but once. There ar no substitutes in this game. You play your part or it won't be played." It's BiK Day "This is a big day in the lives of you graduates of 1948. You have been looking forward to this day, your parents also have been looking forward to this day, watching you from childhood to maturity, making sacrifices unknown to you. "Nothing is more wonderful to the parent, and teachers too, who have worked with great faith to present you to the community as a candidate with full citizenship. "The people of Mason City have been looking forward to this day Every citizen in Mason City has nelped pave the way for your education. Every citizen of Masor City will gain or lose as you fulfil their expectations. If anyone fails we all suffer. Horizons Open "Now that you have reachec this clay, it is not the end. It i merely the opening of new hori zons greater than any you hav ever dreamed. Accept your re sponsibility in the city, the slat and nation, and set out to dis cover why you were born and edu cated. It is not simply to draw 01 wealth and happiness from you community. "If you all want a free ride, you'll discover there is no help left to pull the wagon. The whole world has arrived at new horizons. I wish I could tell you a few of the problems that have come upon us in this jet-propelled atomic age. "You have a few short years in vhich to meet those problems. You vill have a tremendous effect on mankind. You graduates of this class are important people. Time las moved along and is now point- ng directly at you. It's your turn to walk across the stage of history and do your bit." Presents Diplomas Dr. George M. Crabb, president of the school board, presented the diplomas and certificates to the members of graduation classes of both the junior college and the high school. Dean C. H. Beem announced the junior college honors and Principal Harold J. Snyder announced the high school honors and schol- n-ships. Otto Satter presented the ^ions club scholarship and Bill Bowers the Hi-Y scholarship. The high school band, under the direction of Carleton Lee Stewart played the processional, the "Star Spangled Banner," and selected music. Invocation was by Doctor Lloyd A. Gustafson, pastor of the First Methodist church, and the benediction was by the Doctor Roy C. Helfenstein, pastor of the First Congregational church. Ants, although annoying, seldom cause any injury to plants. MEN'S brown and white wing tip, dress oxfords, for cool, summer comfort! $• !\ LADIES brown and white or blue and white spectators for your color combinations. IOWA SHOE BROKERAGE Where You Buy Your Favorite Brands For Less Wifn a St/nson / cover fhe fie/d-qet back fo fhe office by noonf Irwin Kahn, contractor, Columbia, S. C. "Supervising construction projects used to keep me on the road from morning till night," says Irwin Kahn. "Now I can cover my 200- mile area and be back in the "*office by noon . . . ready to quote on new business." FOR GOVERNOR Let's BACK BEARDSLEY on this SOUND PROGRAM BETTER SCHOOLS: Beardsley is pledged to a definite program of State Aid — to provide better schools for our children. BETTER ROADS: Beardsiey has promised his support for a road construction program that will provide better roads for all Iowa. LOWER PROPERTY TAXES: State aid for schools and county roads will make possible a big reduction in taxes on property. CONSERVATION PROGRAM: Beardsley will support a realistic conservation and flood control program without political interference. "My Stfnson paid for itself by giving me extra days for a business-expansion program. What's more— it gives me full weekends v«th my family. 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