The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on February 20, 1954 · Page 4
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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 4

Mason City, Iowa
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Saturday, February 20, 1954
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F*b. 20, 1954 Mison CUr Globe-Gazelfe, Mason Cilj, I*. Y , REMODELING FOR THRIFTWAY--The former building occupied by the°Pfaff Bakin" ' Company for many years, is being remodeled for Thriftway of Iowa. The building: is located at 219 First S. W. The area in the foreground is to be used as parking lot. OPENING OF PRUDENTIAL OFFICE SET FOR MONDAY · The opening of Prudential's new ; Ordinary Agencies office, 113 First N.W., will be Monday, between the hours of 9 and 5 p.m. Lester J. Brooks is associate manager. SEASONAL PARK RANGERS WANTED The United States Civil Service Commission has announced a Seasonal Park Ranger examination for filling positions in parks, recreational areas, monuments and AMERICA'S GREATEST CLEANING VALUE! HOOVER SPECIAL . ... DECONSTRUCTED : MODEL 700 39.95 Hoover Specials are completely and experlly reconstructed at !he Hoover factory. Everything like new but the price . . . all worn parts replaced with new, genuine Hoover parfs. Many years of dependable service in this Hoover Special Model 700. Come in and see them demonstrated. DAMONS H « I S 0 It C f T 1 APPLIANCENTER--DOWNSTAIRS Col em an EVERY ROOM HEATED EVENLY! CENTRAL HEATING The New and Revolutionary Way to Heat Your Home Automatically at Unbelievably Low Cost! Who SAID you cannof afford central heating! Inspect this revolutionary new low-cost BLEHu-Aln system that's simple and easy to install. It's low-cost automatic heating for the entire home, giving new modumatic comfort! Here's why Blend-Air cosfs less! NEW 3V2.JNCH HOT AIR DUCTS FIT ANY CONSTRUCTION! A revolution in heat transmission! A new idea in pipe installation! Pre- engirieered,: pre-f abricated, they're standardized to save costly on-the-job labor. MAGIC BLENDERS GIVE EVEN CIRCULATED WARMTH! Say good-by to stale, static, sickly room atmosphere that packs unhealthfully in hot layers at the ceiling. BLEND-AIR moves .warm air for clean, circulated warmth. Inside the blender in each room heating magic takes place-it pulls in the room air, blends it with fresh hot air from the furnace, and re-circulates it, giving even floor-to-ceiling -warmth. .POWERFULSPACE-SAVING FURNACE! Coleman's Modumatic warm air furnace niters cold air, heats it and forces it through individual ducts to each room. Pits anywhere-kitchen, closet, utility room- «aves headroom. Gas and oil models. · Blend-Air is pre-engineered and pre-fabricated. Comes to you complete. Ready to install. Blend-Air saves you as much as §100 on installation costs alone. No money down,.. pays for itself in comfort and economy Come in and see Blend-Air-Sec why comfort cosfs so little with a Colcman! KELROY Fuel Furnace Co. 187 4th S. W. Phone 441 '* · other sites operated by the National Park Service. Period of employment varies with the location and may range from 60 to 180 days. The salary is paid at the rate of S3,175 a year. Appropriate education or experience is required. The minimum age limit is 21 years. Further information and application forms may be secured from the Commission's Examiner in [Charge, W. Earle Sheka, at the Mason City postoffice. Building Show Committees Named Parade Plans Considered for Opening Co-chairmen Claude Sinnotl and W. P. Egli of the 1954 Building and Home Furnishings Show have named several committees to work on the annual exposition which wil be held at the High School Gymna slum April 14 to 17. AI Halsor is chairman of the fi nance committee, which includes John Sherman, Lee Bawden, Ma.\ Sawyer, Kenet Pearce, Karl Niel sen, John Sleenhoven, John Paule and L. E. McGrath. Special Committee Bert Kruse of the Cerro Gordo County Fanier, is chairman of the advertising committee, which in control [the vieatteT "n 1^5^^-^ LARSON FURNACE CO. 1454 North Federal Phone 1622 Al HALSOR ASK FOR A ... Home Demonstration You Will Be Under No Obligation To Buy! Low Down Payment Easy Terms S 299 95 See this wonderful completely automatic washer today! Fatuous G y r a f o a m washing action--proved best in millions of conventional Maytags -- gets clothes spotlessly clean. Mason City Appliance 211 SO. FEDERAL STORE PHONE 1103 Universal GAS RANGES PRODUCE PERFECT RESULTS MAKES COOKING A PLEASURE · Simmer Save Burner t Whirlpool Broiler · Acid Resistant Porcelain · Precision Heated Oven · Burners Guaranteed Against Deterioration · Available For City or Bottle Gas · TRADE IN YOUR PRESENT RANGE · INSTALLATION BY OUR SERVICE DEPARTMENT Terms Thot Moke It Easy to Own B*sem«nt Appliance Dept. eludes B. L. Payton, Ray Tcnriey, Don Keller and Ed Corless. Bob Bergland aiul Steve Price are on the set-up committee, which I will assist exhibitors in making their booths more attractive with the use of color, lights and modern innovations. The show will run three clays and four nights, beginning at 7 p.m. Wednesday, April 14, and closing at 9:30 p.m. Saturday, April 17. Exhibitors' letters and contracts have been sent out aiui contracts with checks must be received by March 1 in order to assure that arrangements can be completed. Prizes at Every Booth General regulations and conditions will be the same as lust year. There will be no queens this year, however, but there will be prizes at every booth. Each exhibitor will have his own registration with final prizes the last nigiil o£ the show. There will be general prizes as well and there will be a general show registration eacli day. A grand prize will be given away the final night. Color for the show will be provided this year by a big parade which the exhibitors will stage in downtown Mason City at 4 p.m. Wednesday, April 14, the opening day of the show. Max Sawyer and Ray Tenney will be in charge of the parade. Telephone Garage Is Given O.K. Northwestern B e l l Telephone Company was issued a permit to build a one story garage and storage building at 628 15th S.E., according to Robert T. Allen, building inspector. The Henkel Construction Company holds the con- Iract. The building permit valuation was 345,000. A permit was issued to Robert H. and Mildred I. Thorpe to build a one story f r a m e dwelling at 815 Carolina ,'N.E. The Brunncr Construction Company holds the con- ract. The permit valuation was ?8,000. A. R. Warner was issued a per- INTERNATIONAL FOOTINGS--Construction has already started on t h e International Harvester Building to be erected on 19th S. W. Excavation tor footings is shown here. The structure will cost approximately $100,000. GOOD/YEAR NEVER s NEEDS WAXING · « for hornet, ofiicei, Institutions, shops, buildings · lile or roll-- for cuilom-floors or salf-injtcllation SEE US FOR FRIE ESTIMATE A/so Goodyear Rubbir F/oorin? TYLER-RYAN FURNITURE COMPANY Phone 3910 19 Second S. E. ENTRANCE TO ARMORY--This is the entrance to the new armory under construction on South Federal. The building- was formerly the warehouse for tiie Mason City Coca- Cola Bottling- Company. It is being enlarged and a new entrance constructed. mil to build a home at 1003 Kentucky N.E. The Warner Construction Company holds the contract. The home wil] be a one story f r a m e dwelling. The permit valuation was §7,000. SIGNALS INSTALLED YVESLEY-Yellow flasher lights have been installed at either end of Main Street in an effort to slow Highway 18 traffic through the town. Call 989 202'/i North'Federal C. PUTH C. E. Herring to Be Speaker at Exchange Clyde E. Herring of Des Moines, 38 year old democratic candidate! for governor, will be the guest speaker ,1t the regular meeting of the North Iowa Builders Exchange Monday at the VFVY Club in Mason City, according to Park Rinard, president of the organization. Herring will be introduced by Jim Gallogly, a member of the Exchange, and will speak following a 6:30 p.m. steak dinner. Native of Des Moines '* .p l(g You can find a fixture for any and every room in the house at a price you will want to pay. SEE OUR COMPLETE STOCK Son of the laic Clyde L. Herring, governor of Iowa from 1933 to 1937, the young gubernatorial aspirant is a native of Des Moines and was educated in the public schools there. He received his B. A. degree from the University of Iowa in 1037 and his LL.B. from Drake i University in 1940. . ! Herring's political career began in 1947 when he was appointed assistant county attorney for Polk County. He was elected county attorney in Polk in 1951 and is now serving his second term in that capacity. In 1949 and 1950 he was a district supervisor of the U. S. Bureau of Census. Five Y e a r s in War He served five years in World War II, two and a half of them as a prisoner of war in Germany. He began his m i l i t a r y career as a lieutenant with the 168th Infantry, 34th The HUjW Georgian for Men of Decision The beauty of the Georgian is no accident of design. The desk and each piece of the ensemble is a masterpiece of selected, figured butt walnut, so pleasingly matched and yet so surprisingly different. You will wonder how such perfection can be obtained for so little. S*« the Georgian at our show rooms today! The detfc for you. Ho. 8568-F--3 generous 68" t 36" top. Solid cut brats pulft. Beautifully figured, notched griin butt walnut with i Inline natural finish. HAWKEYE SCHOOL SUPPLY Highway 65 South of Mason City Phone 496 Complete RENTAL SERVICE Department It's easy and economical to do your own small repair jobs when you use our modern Power Tools. · FLOOR SANDERS · EDGERS · STRAIGHT LINE SANDERS' · WALLPAPER STEAMERS · POLISHERS Low Rental Rates SHEPHERD'S PAINT WALLPAPER 27 1st S. E. Phon« 1342 CLYDE E. H E R R I N G Division, and was discharged as a major. He was a member of tfie Reserve Officer Corps from 1937 to 1941 ami with the :«th Division of the Towa National Guard from 1947 to 195.1.. Married and the f a t h e r of two daughters, tiic Democratic candidate is a Congrcgationnlist and a member of the board of deacons of Plymouth Church in DCS iSIoines. He is also a member of the Legion] VFW, National Association of County and Prosecuting Attorneys Iowa and Polk bar associations' Iowa Society for Crippled Children' and many others. END OF THE T R A I L FOR IRON HORSE The last steam locomotive made its run from Spencer to Mason City this week on the M i l w a u k e e Road. From San born lo Mason City the road now has all Diesel loco- .motives/ W. E. Clark, Mason City (engineer of old 4-1-1, was at the throttle. He has been an engineer 'on the line 42 years and will continue with Diesel power. The first steam train made the run from Mason City to Spencer in 1878. Saturday is the most dangerous day of the week to drive your car according to the National Safety Council. Tuesday is the safest. , WITH Colonial Furnace S A V l 2 5 % Owners report f u e l bills cut 25% or more WHY? Only Green colonial furnace is exactly fitted ,V? ttsLfe » t " c where it go;*. Waste-heat eliminated. Ev-ry room more comfortable. Ask ur about Colonial better heating. Colonial Furnace 408 So. Federal Phont 941 GREEN OIL COAL GAS FURNACES

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