Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on August 14, 1952 · Page 21
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 21

Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, August 14, 1952
Page 21
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Alto Vista Schools yftii Open Aug. 25 'ALTA A'ISTA--The Aitn public · school will open Monday, Aug. 25. Rcgistraiioii will bo on t h a t . (Jay and classes will begin Aug. 20. All of last year's teachers will return this year. They are Arnold Knief, superintendent; Mrs. Lloyd Ifodcspcier, principal; Miss Glenn a ' Peters nncl Mrs. Carl Knutson. A complete grade and high school course is again being offered. The first compulsory, pastcuriza lion' milk law was enacted in 1908 in Chicago. Aug. 14, 1»52 Maion Citjr Clobe-C»ieU«, 21 KENSETT CAFE ROBBED f KENSETT--Sheriff A.- J. 'Connor of Northwood is investigating a recent- robbery of the Olmsted Cafe in which money amounting to about $200 was taken. Burglars gained entrance by forcing a dpor open at the rear of the building: Sailor on 'Boxer 1 Cables He's Safe BIIISTOW--Mr, and Mrs. Vern Sidmore. received a cablegram from their son, Clark Sidmorc, who is serving in the Navy on the ship, TRY A G-G CLASSIFIED ADI TO ENTERTAIN FAmGOERS--Appearing before the final grandstand show',at 7:80 * Sunday evening at the North Iowa Pair will be the Garner band directed'-by Miss Barbara Rankin. A division I winner, Garner is one of 11 North Iowa bands invited to appeal- before each' performance of the "ice'Vogues of 1952." Other bands with Division I ratings are Klemme, Norn Springs, St. Ansgnr and Osage. U. S. S. Boxer, in Koi'ean waters at the time of its great disaster, reporting he was safe and a letter would follow. Nine were killed in the explosion. FAMILY TREAT WITH FISH OR MEAT Palo Alto County Red Cross Elects Officers for '53 EMMETSBURG-At the annual meeting of the Palo AIlo County Red Cross in the Fireside room of the Methodist Church, the following officers were elected for the coming year: Mrs. George Freeman, Cylinder, chairman; Mrs. Bert Salven, Em mctsburg, .vice chairman; Mrs. Elden Perkins, Rodman, secretary; Henry Willingham, Emmetsburg, treasurer. Directors for three year terms Include: Mrs. C. J. Miller, Em melsburg; Mrs. Elizabeth Spies ilosnck, Graettinger; Mrs. B, S. Dana, Ruthvo'n; Mrs. Joe.llelge- vold, Ayrshire; Mrs. Walter Mid- dletou, Emmetsburg; Mrs. Leo Shea,, Emmetsburg. ois Lister and Virginia Garbett, supervisors, in charge. PIONEER HONORED GOLDV[ELD-- William II. Mantle, picmecr Wright County resident and a retired farmer, recently observed his 90th birthday, was held at liis home, honoring ihis pioneer, with n largo cnke DO candles being a feature. Eagle Grove Plans for Summer Playday EAGLE GROVE -- The annual playday of the summer recreation program will be held Friday. This is to be the final day of. the supervised recreation program sponsored by the city during the sum mcr months. A picnic dinner is to be held al the park at noon. All activities bJ the day starting al 9 a. m. arc to he held at Greenwood P a r k ' w i l l Robert Van Houten, director, anc 7 SPECIAL OFFER! HAM? THE FLAVOR Distributed by STATE BRAND CREAMERIES, INC. _ ···*···*·*.·« ·i» ^ X» BEST Take advantage of this moncysaving offer now! Save 15j£ on a 5-lb. or larger bag of Pillsbury's Best Flour . . . a n d discover how "you bake your best with Pillsbury's Best." It's the grand all-purpose flour that four generations of fine cooks have used for best results in all their baking. Use Pillsbury's Best for bread, pies, cakes, cookies--for everything! Your family will notice the difference. Act now! Buy a 5-lb. or larger bag today and save HURRY! Offer Limited! 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