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2O Aug. 13, 1952 ItM* City Gl«be-G»iell*, Mzion Cllj, JMasonCity Calendar ABO. LM7-Nort» (ova" Fair. AIIO. 20-22--High School registration. AUG. £3-21-- Iowa Op«n Colt Tournament, ? Mason City Golf and Country Club. AUG M--Duilncii-Industry-Kducptlon Day. f EPT. t--Ml Mason City ichooln reopen ·Err. 2ft--El Kahlr filirlnn ceremonial. tJtfT. J7--Iotv» High-Twelve convcnllo/i. ^ ! HERE IN ;MASON CITY ·^Mullaney'* can fhew you the newest in hats. The clocho caps, turbans, casuals, pillbox, berets fez nnd sailors, Fur felts, velours, Eyeritl needlepoint hats. Also vcl- jret. S«v» Money; Laondrlt* S«M Serve Laundry, 27 Ibs. washed jind dried, $1.70. ', For good food »t th* fair, ilop at the Trinity Ladies Aitl stand from 7 a, m. to 12 p. m, ,- Pap«r Haadquarttrs. Shephardi. Bo«mhow«r'» for Urge group of gas stoves for healing nnd cooking. Pfc. Eugtne L. Nttlay, son of Tflr, and Mrs. F. P. Tcnncy, CM 6th S.E., has been awarded the Combat Infantryman Badge while serving with the 25th Division in Korea. A machine gunner in the 5th Regiment's Co. D., he arrived hj Korea April 1. Before entering |he Army in December, 1050, he was a student nt Mason City High do . Us* "Spr.d Satin" 1n«f*ad from jPayncs... ' L»t Evans Upholttary Shop 'the job. Th. 2277, 021 S. Fed. '."A Slnffl.. Trial T»llt »h« Tal..' Let Lyons do your laundry. Ph. 600. ' *; Painting txt. or Int. Prompt t»rv (cc. Ed Ncu, Ph. 4593. ivG«t your tr*v*l«rs chtcki at th« first National Bank of Mason City Convenient -and safe, .'v:Wi E. Simmohi, 4», Blu* Earth, Minn., track .supervisor' for the, '. Chicago North .Western railway stepped off a platform and b'rpko his right log Wednesday .morning HKwas 'admitted to* the Park'Hos pital whcro his Condition was de jicribed a s..,'? good. 1 .' |; D«ar Garrttt: If you will ' t a k e tne to the .Town Hovlso Rcstaurnn for their delicious tender friet chicken all will bo forgiven. Love Alccia. J; ,A Hamilton graduate, out o ·chool less than 15 months has sa jlry ndvanco of over $100 pc pionth. Would you like a jtosltio like that?. Call D45 for' complete k formation. * Neighborhood Rummage S a I · )T19 mh N;;E. Fri,, Aug, 15, 8 a. m J Now you can buy Swt*th*ar 100% whole, wheat bread at, nil foo stores, (The little stiuare Joaf.) H. K Keidle Rites to Be Thursday Ice Vogues Thrill Wifh Flash of Skates tojfr · " - , , : /.;;";-· · . · .' · -,·'-'·:·[--, \ Large Crowd Cheers First Night Show boy U Mr. »nd Mr». Kobtrt Barchim. "le»r I,»lce, TuenUrs ho/ 1° Mr. »nd Mr». D»vJd McYleke/t Doujhertjr. Wcdnti- ; i boy la Mr. mod Mrl. Ltiler Goddtn, Clear Lake. Wrdne»Jiy. jj Funeral services: for Harold A Keidle 52, who died Tuesday, will He held: : at the Patterson-James Chapel-Thursday nt 2 p. m., with the.Rt.: Rev. Msgr. A. J. Brcen of the Holy Family Catholic Church Officiating, · . . . , ' . Military rites will be conducted at the graveside In Elmwood Cemetery. Mr. Keidle was born in Mason City June 2-1, 1000. He hail resided fiere throughout his life, and was a member of the American Legion and a life member of the D. A. V. By CARL WRIGHT Currier and Ivcs were handling he artistry of skating when the 'forth Iowa Fair Was young, but he "Ice Vogues of 1052" did a nice ob Tuesday night, thanks to L, M, "'leckle.s, Chicago producer, and ompany. Anil Mason City look care of its lecision to build n bigger fair by more Hum f i l l i n g the grandstand, hanks to the merchants of Mason Ilty. If anyone was relieved when the VJL hour show was over, it was W. Carl Sriydcr, company manager, who moved the troupe from Otla- va, 111., Monday. \ For Five Nights Now the Vogues arc set for five noro nights on the 00 by 40 foot Ink for lots nnd lots of turns, fig- re eight. 1 !, thrills and spills on ice. Spectators may have gono to. the n i r In nostalgic reverie of days vhen they loo tried on skates. This was soon dispelled when Benny Spcctor struck up the band ,iul nn ensemble of beautiful girls ind guy blades skimmed on to the ink for a number in blue and ircy. There was never anything like his on the old mill pond. Nor did the c r o w d remember nyth'lns quite like the DcWitt wins, Joan and Jean, n stcroscoplc islon of beauty in red. From C a n a d a ^Direct from Ilcgina, Snsketchc- vvan, C a n a d a , - t h e girls have Qsked in the company of Sonja lenie, and learned a few tricks on he silver skates in their spare Imc. There wore comedians, too. The parade storting off, with UUcy, the ;oucho, who gained "attention" vith n scarlet and b l a c k cape about the size of. n double bed sheet. . Lilllo Bo-Pecp, Iceland stylo, wan Val Hay, with such trouble some sheep Hint she traded them off for a horae Hint Bavid ilnrum must have missed in one of his poorest moments. Nag With Laugh The smithy who shoed this nag with skates Instead of good luck, should forever liana his head in shame. The horse literally wrung itself out and loft more than one youngster in the grandstand limp with laughter when he finally came apart. . Bob Tobin and George Krnmser were fore .and aft of the animal that has gone the way of machin-' cry on the farms of North lown. A h o r s e like the Tobin-Kramscr model will remain in tho hearts of youngsters for a long time. The adngio team of Tacho and Dagmar made its first nppenrnnca on the rink in n number thnt thrilled tho crowd for its noise and alance. Recruited w h i l e on his oulh American tour 'by Snydcr, his loam hails from Poland and tecchoslo'vhkia. Bolero Number Bob Carroll and ensemble Glohe-Cazettc photos by Olbba Glamour leers" pet set for the grand finale of the SPANGLES AND SKATKS--The "left Vogues of 1952" at tho North Iowa Fair. The extravaganza encls'in a A'lory of span- fflea'and reflections on ice. Every member of the troupe is a star in this grandstand show. The Patterson-James Home Is In' charge. Funeral ENDS TRAINING ' I O W A FALLS--S. N. James G. Crotty is completing training in electronics at Treasure Island, San Francisco, Cal,, this week. He wil have a 30-day leave at his home before receiving a new assign mcnt. Ho is a son of Mr, urn Mrs. J. P. Crolty, Iowa Falls. ,. Tlic mineral cobalt derives it_ name from the Saxon G e r m a n word "kobold," meaning goblin. put i bolero number on ice, well shak- n witli. South'· American accent, nd served in n spicy he bent of d r u m s , a n d flashing of old spangles under warm lights. No wonder the ice was soft at imes. The Abucys, Ray nnd Jcnn, n couple of comics that looked'like hey hopped out of Alice's Wonder- nnd, took over for some hl-jinks )ii ice. For n mnn rind wife team hey have n rare sense of luimor in i rough nnd tumble net. Ruth Harrison as the ."Lady in led" sent the pulse beat up a notch or two above normal with an nnimnted strut thnt had orig- nalily plus. In Tramp Tradition And Count Reno, Hollywood play joy, well-fringed irnmp with snow shoes, presented his stripped down version of n bicycle act in the .Toe facksnn tradition, with nbout five feet of riding left to the originn turn. Wlllc English and Bruce Mapes closed the first half of the show with a story of the prince am 1 princes.? with the broken heart REMODELING SPECIALS Household Files, Reg. T.50, now .............. 98c Heavy Steel Wastebaskets, Reg. 2.20, now. . ____ 1.69 Sand Urns-- Ash Troys, Reg, 11.50, now ....... 8.98 Print-O-Mafic Duplicator, Reg. 15.75, now ..... 12.77 Desk Pen Sets, Reg. 2.00 to 4.00, now ...... Vi' price Airf light Fans and Circulators .......... 15% o ff || s t Speed- Weigh Postal Scales, Reg. 11.95, now ____ 9.95 Photo Albums -- Webway, Reg. 2.50, now ........ 1.79 4-Drawer Steel File, Reg. 79.95, now ......... 69 95 ·4-Drawer Steel File, Reg. 64.50, now ......... 59.50 PLEASE COME IN TO SEE THESE SPECIALS AND SAY HELLO t/^u6inc65 Co. - "Quality at Moderate Cost'' : ;vG.v A. "Gerry" STUDER, General Manager Order Phpn* 1977 27 1st St. N. E. Mason City, Iowa THREE ON HAFT--This is the trio that was u panic for the youngstei-K. Two of the group supplied the action for tho horse in tho first part of the show. Here they are throe sailors without even a vaft. The ensemble in green gold I h o stage cos- pic- uincs completed urc. During intermission the White unrcls, five men who have siing heir way to f a m e across the tin- Ion, entertained with songs from 'Pngliacci" to a version of "You 'ell Mo Your Drenm, and I'tl ell You Mine." They were lops n their "Oklahoma" medley and :ollcge selections. Kids at Play KUls at play opened the second iart of the Ice Vogues for 1952 with loop rolling nnd ball bouncing as ho girls' chief claim to fame. JUitii Harrison :as "Queen Isa- iclln" and "Bob Carroll «s."Christo Columb," with a variation of cos- utncs somewhere between 1492 and 1052, and' · radio telephone across t h e . A t l a n t i c to help them out, cut their initials even tleepct nto nn ice career with a novelty number. Tho "Glamour Iccrs" in glorious while plumage did a turn with the 'ans that had the audience "ohing 1 uul ".thing" in pleasant rapture Biilie English closed the number with a beautiful solo exhibition. Round of Laughter Jay Seller returned to the rlnl' ho. n a m e of Clark Trenhailc, a armer »ncar Kensett, on a $15 :hcck was arrested in Clear Lake. Ic was brought before Justice f the Peace Verne A. Mettlcr in Vtason City. Spurling waived a ireliminary hearing and is being icld in the county jail for a grand ury hearing. He was unable to urnish a $500 bond. $257 Stolen While Hotel Guests Sleep While three guests slept, a tealthy thief entered two rooms al . local hotel Tuesday night am tole a total of $257 and their bill olds. Police said that Al J. Boyer, a Cansas City, Kan., salesman, am us son, Kenneth, sharing the same room, were robbed of $79 sometim after 11 p / m . Tuesday. Harry J Vlullen, Minneapolis, who operate an ice cream concession at th rth Iowa Fair, lost $178 when z hicf entered his room after 2:3' a. m. Wednesday. According to police, the hote patrons had failed to lock the door of their rooms, NEWS of RECORD Police Court Inloilcalion--Andrew L. Anfiiucm, 64 lory City; paid S10 and cojtj. Overtime Parking--Mrs. Kuth Oirrlion 3SO Delaware B.E.j I... A. Mac, il'A S 'tdtrtli Harold Johiuon, Ma. son City I 'rand* llarrer. 217 5tlk 8.E.; i)onna 'loy, lear Luke: Felix Parker. lo:t Ohio N :.j Kobert Church. .'.Ill 5th S . E . i Mn V. W. Maiwcll. US 13th N.E.. tach lor cited SI i M e r l e Edwards, 8 rieree S.W., orfelled K (or two violations, Double 1'arklnc--Ray lilakesley, ai8 8th .K., forfeited Si for two vlolatloni. Divorces Filed ShlrUr Swllh aiilnil Edward E. Smith on fntiind* at cruelty. She aiki it2S month support money, title to a 193 automobile, household furniture, attor ney't feel, that certain hospital and doc lor blll» be paid by him an well ai court ctlon. Married Oct. -'J. 1851. Separated Aug. 1, 1052. New Car Sales Merlin L. Bena, Route 1, Ford I r u c k i Jack McCourt. Ml 5ih N. E., Ford: Jackson I. While, 1'ilS A'. Federal, Ford; Dr. II. D. Fallowi. -I 3rd N . W . . Cidlllaci Alice K. Slcwirt, Gaslonville, land Aliti, U'M Monroe 1'a., Nashl Kol N.W., J'ljmouth Realty Transfers Scott, Hans, to W. I.. Abel and Frankle M., Jl. ten., « l , \V1' NVi of Lot -I. Illk 3,. J. G. Mndon's Add. to C. (.ake. 87-52. Adams, Jaton K, and I d e l l , to Char lotta l.oulle Adam], SI, love and affection W D undlr. int. In and « Lot S t* A»jl. Mat of Lot 16, In Auditor 1 ! flat ·( NWV» of -SE'/i 10-W-SOi 1-30-52. Hellenic Orthodox Ch»reh, ta Harry Gelt and Eslella Gelt. Jt. »«.. II. tWD Lot 11 In C. I I . . Day's Subd. »f NWV4 «* iW'/l 3-S6-30, 5-15-5'i. Russell, Grace Mott, to Wilbur M. Wil- ilaml, 10, (Wt» Nil «' 27-91-21, 7-U-SS. KalopUltos. Sadie and Nick, to Jaiatt H Hardy, SI. ( W D ) Lot 3. blk. 1. Col- lolon'a Add. to M. City. «-»·«. Hermanson. Jonnle and Margaret St., Marvin II. Hermansoa and Betty. Hermanson, Robert K. and Norm*. Hcrman- i, Melvln E. and Helen F., to Arthur Knopf and Maude, Jt. ten., II, (WD) Lot 110 In Midland Ht«., M.C.. *-28-3t. Westfall, W, A., executor, Jo MH.i J. Murphy and Mary K., (Ex. D) Lot It. Blk. 9, B. * O. Add. to M. C., 6-21-5S. A d a m i , Donald F. an* Shirley, to Charlotte Louise. SI, love and affec., undlr. int In and to Lot It. Auditor'! plat ·( L»l ID. in Aud. Flat of NW11 of NEVi lO-M-'it, Wl» 7-UO-3J. Utmlop, Mary A. and Edmond D., U Charlotte Louise Adami, $l love and »f- fecllon. (U'UI undivided Int. In and I* Lot 2, Lot 16, Auditor's plat of NWV't SEV. 10-Uti-UO, 8-8-52. The first dog show was held June 28, 1859, in England. jv Justice Court Forgery--Carl Henry Spurllnr bound to rand Jury, bond set at $500. Marriage Licenses Ralph Moore, S3, and Jennie Wlldemaii, 2, both ai Hollandale, Minn. Births Reported (M Park Hospital)--ii w »s reported In- lorreclljr Tuesday lliat Air. and Mrs. Jack I, Kedclter, SJl',i and S.K.. are the parents of a j;lrl born Monday. The Ilede- Icers are (he parents of a boj-. (At Mercy USspltal)--Girl to Mr. and Mr». Juan Countreraa. Garner, Tuesday] Special Reductions on TABLE LAMPS at From STUDY IN WYOMING North Iowa students are listed among those from 44 states attending the University of Wyoming at Laramio. Those from this area arc Stella Austerud, Waverly; Donald Blanchard, Plymouth; D o n a l d Goetschius, Plymouth, and James Vaughn, Osage. PROCTOLOGY Rectal Pathology Diagnosis · Hemorrhoids (piles) non-surgical, by injection. WRITE FOR LITERATURE Dr. R. W. Shultz, D. 0. Phone 2Q60, Hanford Hotel, Room 041, Mason City, Iowa Hearing Aid Batteries and Accessories FOR ALL MAKES OF HEARING AIDS Hearing aid users will be pleased to learn that we now carry a complete line of hearing aid batteries. It is no longer necessary to obtain batteries frp'rn "hard to reach" sources. Visit our hearing aid department at your first opportunity. We Give S H Green Stamps ADAMS Prescription Pharmacy 21 East State Phone 872 TRY A G-G CLASSIFIED ADI w i t h ' h i s soldier outfit nnd inimit nble warped skiis, to s h o w the addicnce how not to be snfe or ice. It's a round of laughter wrier ever Seller rolls his own. Skiis tha is. Five couples, in costumes whicl were undecided "whether to b ick or white, danced bnllroom style on skates. The number closet with Bob Carroll and Huth Hnr- rison dancing on ice the unforgettable "Night and Day" number. The adajio team of Tncho, Stan fCossi and Dagmar Ann were back agnin for a sinp-stick number in black and white that alternated between the sublime and the ridiculous. Three on Raft Bob Tobin, George Kramser and Joe Lcmak, three on a raft, gave a salute to the sailors of the world, aftcV the .pond had frozen over. Tobin and Kramser of hor.se fame, also horsed up this number to the screaming delight of the young fry. The "Glamour Iccrs" in spangles and hoop skirts closed the show forming the backdrop for the in troductron of the stars. It wns a night spent in fairyland on a frosty pond. And Ray Carter, master of ceremonies, deserves a hand for keeping the pond lively. Get Your Tickets For The North Iowa Fair v AT THE FAIRGROUNDS OR Cerro Gordo Hotel 24-HOUR SERVICE AT HOTEL Deputies Arrest Mason City Man on Check Charge Cerro Gordo County deputy sheriffs Tuesday arrested Carl Henry Spurting; 41, 121 1 Gtlx S.W:, on a forged check chat-go. Sparling, who on' July ~7 allegedly'forged TRUSSES Sufferers from Hernia (Rupture) may now enjoy our NO CHARGE SERVICE offered to all truss wearers by our experienced fitters. Let them help you in your selection and application from the finest line of surgical appliances manufactured. COMFORT -- SECURITY -- SATISFACTION GUARANTEED Always consult your doctor -- if he decides you should wear a truss let our experienced fitters serve you. t "PRESCRIPTION SPECIALISTS" Phone 180 The PRESCRIPTION Stop W. B. 9 EAST STATE STREET , Prop. ' W. B. McGrane, Mgr. SHOP AT NATES'S . . . . SENSATIONAL OFFER . . OXFORDS Long Wearing . . . Reg. 3.95 Nationally Advertised . . . Fin* Quality Same Quality HIGH SHOES...., '.." 2.79 CHILDREN'S 279 BOYS' NATIONALLY ADVERTISED TENNIS SHOES $GRIPPER SOLES . . . BUILT-IN ARCH 1.19 CLOSE-OUT CHILDREN'S BAREFOOT SANDALS Regular $2.95. Red, White, Brown $1.39 BOYS' GABARDINE DRESS PANTS All Wanted Color* $1.98 BOYS' GUARANTEED DRESS SOCKS 4 pair $1.00 GAY COLORS . 4 PAIR WILL . . LONG LASTING LAST 4 MONTHS BOYS' POPULAR CARGO POCKET FATIGUE PANTS Sizes 8 to 16 . . . Sanforized. Ideal for" Summer Wear BOYS' AND GIRLS' GABARDINE JACKETS L I N E D $2.98 Sanforized Vat-Dyed Zipper Front f, All Wanted Colors in Sizes 4 to 18 CHILDREN'S ALL LEATHER BELTS 79c Suspenders 49 c CHILDREN'S 1st QUALITY FLEECE SWEAT SHIRTS L I N E D Sizes 2 to 10. $8c BOYS' 8-OZ. SANFORIZED Blue Denim O'ALL PANTS $1.69 Zippcred Sizes 6 to 16 Nationally Advertised MEN'S WEAR FOR WORK or SPORTS MEN'S POPULAR G A B A R D I N E JACKETS Regular 5.95 Valu« Fully Lined . . . Zipper Front . , Sanforized t MEN'S SUNTAN MATCHED WORK SETS PANTS AND SHIRT . . . B o t h for. . Sanforized . . . Vat Dyed . . . Foil Cot MEN'S FIRST QUALITY GUARANTEED Work Socks Alt £ tVf Sixes J pr. yA LARGE RED OR BLUE BANDANAS ^: lOc ONE LOT FANCY POLO SHIRTS... All Sii«» . . . Somt Short Sl«*v« Sport Shirts M«n's Fin« C6mb*d Yarn UNDERSHIRTS White Cotton TARPAULINS, LUGGAGE LOWEST PRICES 119 SOUTH FEDERAL -- OPP. BAND BOX The Farmer's and Working, man's Store MASON CITY (V

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