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/ Choose Red, Blue Ribbon Colt Entries Horses .were put. through their ipaces Wednesday before Judge M. G. Fabricius-at the 4-H Colt and Saddle Horse Show at the North Iowa Fair. Blue and red j-ibbon winners were: Pleasure horse--Ronald' Pelnick, Clear Lake; Robert DeWitt, Mason City; David and John Quinlan, Thornton, and Bill Ames, Sheffield, blue; Gail Braner and Roger May! Rockford, and Richard Howard! Thornton, red. - " Stock h o r s e~Ronald Pelnick Clear Lake; John Quinlan, Thorn on; BiHy Ames, Sheffield, blue;I Jail Braner, Mason City; Billy 3odge, Rock '.Falls, and David Quinlan, Thornton, red. Yearling--Gordon Eno, Sheffield, ilue. Two-year-old -- Bob DeWitt, Mason City^ blue. HONORED AT SHOWER CHARLES CITY--Miss Alice Mehaffey of Des Moines was honored at a kitchen'and bathroom shower, at the home^bf .Mrs. Pearl Hard; wig, 400 Second Avenue. Table decorations were gladioli. Refreshments were served following the opening of :gifts. Miss Mehaffe will wed Raymond Stober, son ol Dr. and Mrs. R. \V. Stober of Charles City, Aug. 23, in Des Moines. More than 900,000 separate spe cies ol insects have been recordec and described. August Sale BEACON [BLANKETS 5 9 8 Famous '' Windsor",! solid .color blankets. 107o wool, 65% 1 rayon, 25% cotton. Standard size 72x84, choice of forest ; green, gypsy red, azure blue, rosedust. ; WELLINGTON-- large luck-in size, 72x00 .'. . 10% wool, 65% : rayon, 25.% cotton in six solid Colors. 6.98. J U N E GLO-- a blend of 25% wool, 50% rayon, 25% cotton with" wide 6-inch acetate binding. 8 colors, 72x84. 6.98. WARM GLO-- large 72x90 size, 25% wool, 50% rayon, 25% cotton. 8 colors. 7.48. full 3 3 /4 Ib. All Wool Blanket sfxe 72x90 special 1222 Medium heavy, all wool "Suez" blankets in lofty nap and color freshness--they look like gifts, and are appreciated by everyone. Solid blue, rose, hunter green, gold, wine, also white. Wide 7-inch rayon satin binding. 25% wool Electric Blanket 24.44 Specially priced! Made by Fieldcrcsl for Younkcrs. Fine textured 25% wool, 50% rayon, 25% cotton, with new dependable control. 72x85. Solid blue, dusty rose, hunter green, Pompey red; rayon satin bound. DOMESTICS- DOWNSTAIRS STORE Schools Need Close Touch With Public IOWA CITY -- All'schools have public relations, good or bad, but 'ew school administrators have given much thought to a balanced, continuous program. Working on this observation, 'a group .of Iowa .school superintendents gathered at the State University of Iowa recently to do something about it. In a two-week experimental school-community relations workshop, they devoted their full-time efforts in a study of improved public relations for schools in small and medium-sized communities. Not limited (o broad principles and philosophy of the area, they heard speakers, discussed the problems, compared notes, exchanged ideas and came up with something tangible--a. school-community relations program for their own schools. . According to John'L. Davies, director of correspondence'study at the university and chairman of the workshop, the meetings .gave 'evidence that school'men are becoming increasingly conscious of the! need for community understanding of educational problems, and are seeking details and organizational nitlines for improved public tin- lerstahding. ' Â· The administrators discovered in heir study that a school-commu- ity relations program does not iccessarily involve additional ac- ivity. Rather, it means carrying ut their usual work in a way that vill encourage understanding, in- erest and participation of citizen roups. Predicting a growing demand for study and counsel in the field, Davies says the workshop will be planned for next year as a service :o school administrators. "11 is hoped," he explained, "that ,his year's enrollecs will be able to return for the next workshop to compare progress made in their schools, and to help others recognize common problems." Manly Girl's Illness Not Polio, Soys Navy MANLY 1 -- Jacquiline Braniff, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Braniff, who was formerly employed at the First National Bank in Mason City, now doing clerical w o r k - a t a Navy base hospital in Philadelphia since joining the service, is a patient at that hospital. Her parents had been notified that she was stricken with par tial paralysis of the legs, but thcj have been definitely assured tha it is not polio as was first rcportec in this vicinity. She has been con ined in the hospital since Aug. 4, ut Mr. and Mrs. Braniff have alked with her from her hospital jcd and she seems to bo recover- ng satisfactorily. According to doc- ors* reports there she expects to oave the hospital soon. She was eradicated from Manly High School .ast year. Dialectic, the philosophical sys torn developed by Kant, attempts to prove that everything changes, and that from each change comes further change. Marx coupled the Kantian dialectic with matcVlnl- ism, .the basis of Communism as a philosophical concept. Wesleyans to Wage Fight on Communism CHARLES CITY - The ninety- ninth annual session of the Iowa- Minnesota Conference of tho Wes- Icyan Methodist Church in session at the Charles City campgrounds, urged its constituency to a con tinned fight against all un-Chris tlan activities. The group resolved to renew Its efforts in fighting Communism in all its forms and manifestation, corrupt governmchl Ames Site of TV Workshop, First in U.S. AMES UP--The country's first educational television workshop will be held at WOI-TV station, Amesi Aug. 17-23, Iowa State College announced Wednesday. Ten of. the nation's outstanding television leaders, including Paul A. Walker, chairman of the Federal Communications Commission, will be consultants, the college said. . More than. 40 representatives of educational institutions from all over the United States arc expected to attend. JOICE--Dr. and Mrs. L. A. Iverson and their guests, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Farver and Steve of Bar- tclsvillc, Okla., and Mr. Farver.'s mother from Denver, Colo., are spending a vacation at the Ivcrson cottage at Park Rapids, Minn. Mrs. Farver is the former Phyllis Ivcrson of Joice. LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT Â· OF EXECUTRIX TATE OF IOWA, Cerro Gordo Counly, ss. N o . 7MO. . ' . Â· ; Â· Notice is hereby given, that the umlcr- iKnctl has been duly appointed and qu.nl- |el as Executrix of (lie estate ol A. W. ^Rchiuan, Deceased, laic ol Cerro Garo Counly. All persons tntlcblcd to said es- alc are requested to make immediate ai-mcnt; and those having cla!mn against no same w i l l present them, duly authcn- icnlecl. to the timlersixncd for allowance, nd file In tho office of the Clerk of tho district Court. MAIIY A. BACHMAN SffEPAIlD SHEl'ARD, Attorneys Dated J u l y 29, 1952. S. II. MacPEAK. Clerk District Court NOTICE OF P R O B A T E OF WILL ITATP. OF IOWA. Cerro Gordo County, Â«Â«. In District Court. No. 7915. Juno Term, -JD52. *o all whom It mar concern: You are hereby notified, that an nent nf writing purporting to be the Uct V i l l and Testament of Glenn W. Scott, deceased, (Inled July 23th, 1019, having ccn this day filed, opened and reÂ»d, Monday (he 2ath (lay ol Augutt, 1952, Is "ixed for hearing proof of same nt the -Ourt House In Mason City, Iowa, before he District 'Court of said County or the Clerk of said Court; and at 10:00 o'clock \.M., of the day above mentioned all persons Interested are hereby notified and required to appear, and show cause, If any they have, why Instrument should lot be probated 'and allowed as and for ho last Will and Testament of said deceased. Dated at Mnsnn City, Iowa, July 19, 1952. S. H. MncPEAK, Clerk District Court NOTICE OF A P P O I N T M E N T OF EXECUTRIX STATK OF IOWA, Cerro Gordo County, ss. No. 7872. Notice Is hereby Riven, that the undersigned has been duly appointed and qualified ns Executrix of the estate of Minnie Yarues, Deceased', ' late ' d f ' Cerro Gordo Count. All persons Indebted to said estate are requested to make immediate payment: and those having claim* 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. MABEL L. BUNDY. BnEESE t CORNWELL, Attorney! Dated August 5. 1952. S. I I . MncF'EAK. Clerk District Court fly Afil.EEN B. H A R H I S , Deputy AUTHORIZED Sales Service PHONE 162 Home Appliance Co. 20 Second St. N. E. the WITH FOAM CUSHIONED INSOLES The kind of soft, supple calfskin you'd never expect to find at this price! Delightfully comfortable lo-\vedges with springy foam-rubber insoles, flexible leather soles. 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