Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on August 14, 1952 · Page 6
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 6

Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, August 14, 1952
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CUr Oloba flty«lt«. Miion Cl!f. ( GIRLS 1-H J U D G I N G -- Helping Mrs. Grcgson PniLL Emmctfibiirj,', (foreground) judge the 4-H'mit Donglicdy; Mason Oil v. Th'o f i v e dtion exhibits at the North Iow« Fair arc: From left, Ro.seMru-y Murphy, Shnron Doascher, Sara Oswald, Mary Don Blair, JoAnn Halvcrson, all of ' are umoh^ I he eight Corrp Gordo County girl.s 4-1T officers. Pick Winners in 4-H Beef Heifer Club Hibbons were awarded to members of the Ccrro Qordo County 4-JI Kecf Heifer Club Wednesday as livestock judging got underway t the North Iowa Fair, I'lacingR, as determined by M, G, abrldus, beef cattle judge, were: Angus, purebred yearling--Car- oil Morris, Thornton, blue; two ear-old--Lylo DeGraw, Kockford lue. : . . ' · i ' , Jlerefortf, purebred yearling-Cayo Curran, Mason City, and tic-hard Howard and Robert Chris ensen, Thornton, blue; Leonart (olz, Clear Lake, and Ilichan toward, Thornton, red. Hereford, purebred h e i f e n Da vie) Punke and Joel Kunkc, Jlcar Lake, blue; Richard Howard, 'hbrnlon, red. Shorthorn, purebred calf--Bill Jarllelt, Clear Lake, blue; pure- red yearling--Lee G r u i s and Talon Gruis, Meservey, and Gordon Eno, Sheffield, blue; Paul ruin and Doris Pruin, Mason City, Lee Gruis and Gordon Eno, ·cd. Shorthorn, purebred heifer--Paul 'ruin, Gordon Eno and James Jartletl, blue; purebred bull from cow--Galon 'Gruis, blue. ', . Angus grade beef heifer, first year--Bob Danger, Mason City, (jliesedieck B ros - Otl«ndl»tV »ro«. Brtwiry Co., Sli l«uU 4, ? M«. " Billy Graham Film, Mr. Texas/'to Be Shown Monday Billy Graham's f i l m , Texas," \vJil be .shown Monday at, p, m, at the East Park Band Shell. The Mason City Area Youth for Christ is sponsoring the showing. . The picture embodies several unique features, including an enlargement from ]5 mm to 35 mm and the combining of a documentary record of a city-wide cam- palgn with the moving western story which is its theme. Redd Harper and Cindy Walker play the leads. ' 1 . · At the premiere of the film, 25,000 persons filled Hollywood Bowl in California, v RUDD -- Airman Second Class and Mrs. Boyd Burnett are the parents of a son born Aug. '6 at San Marcos, Tex. This ig; the first grandchild for both grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Grandon Burnett and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Ballhagen. Mrs. Ballhagen left on Friday for Texas to assist her daughter with the care of the new grandson. Get Your Tickets For The North Iowa Fair AT THE FAIRGROUNDS OR L - ' * t Cerro Gordo Hotel . ·,' H , 24-HOUR SERVICE AT HOTEL PROFIT BY USING GLOBE-GAZETTE WANT ADSI Hereford grade beef heifer, sec n^l year--Joan ;Pedclty, blue. O F F I C E R S N A M E D CHARLES CITY -- Mrs.:Milton Hirsch was elected' president at the Mcitz'family reunion. She will succeed Miss Myra Koehler. Miss Dorothy Hirsch ; was elected secretary A picnic dinner was served on the lawn o[ Mr. and Mrs. Dale Koeh ler's home^ MisS'Koehler' presides at the short business meeting. 1 The 1951 minutes were read by Beaulah Hirsch. The 50 relatives wore from Charles City, Kockford, Floyd Itudd, Waterloo and Cedar Falls MANLY--Guests in the Imme o Mr. ami Mrs. Frank Kraubetz the past week were their. sori-in-la\\ and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Cli£- ford Durncr and children, Joan Kay and Gerry, of St. \Paul, and Albert Schneider, brother o£ Mrs. Krnubetj:, of Chicago.x r 102 Squth Federal Phone 860 Just One of Many August Sale Features 59.50 QUALITY INNERSPRING MATTRESS 312-coil construction 38.88 On terms, 10% down l_ Five famous makers nationally advertise similar quality at $59.50 -- yet during Wards August' Sale, it's yours for this low sale price. Constructed with a body-balance unit (heavier springs where body weight is greatest) for superb sleeping comfort. Diamond button tufting prevents shifts in filling; sag-resistant prc- built border. Finest quality heavy rayon ticking is rose-and-gray, woven in a jacquard stripe. SLEEP SET--Mattress, 80-coil Box Spring. 72.88 SEE THEM AT EATONS . . . LUXURIOUS WOOL WORSTED LOOK IN CREASE DEFYING RAYON ..; SPORTSHIRE has captured fashion, translated rayon fabrics into the very handsomest of ; Fall suits. The lines and colors are the very personification of the .'· *f,'r ' ' new season. And the cost only $25 . . . If they cost twice that amount they couldn't give you a deeper sense of satisfaction or greater security of being well-dressed. They have the ^uncomplicated good looks t h a t , knowing women instinctively look for. All have crepe linings and bound buttonholes. In sizes up to 20. A.Rayon wonted w i t h n o v » J » y dot. Gr*y, brown or green. Sizes 7-15. B. Rayon f l a n n e l with notched collar -in .dark gray or brown. Six** 10-16, 7-15. C. Herringbone; r'o: y o n. Comet In brown, green or wine. Sixes 10-20. USE EATONS EASY LAYBY PLAN Pay Only SHOP FRIDAY NIGHT TIL

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