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August 18, 1952

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 3

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ExpedJRecord Crowd of Britt Hobo Day Convention JtKSfSXmiw-asMH-j.rt^..,,*.:-* -._ - .,..:. . . . --A: ' : ·¥· --. _ __. --__ , i -- Aug. If, W2 3 Mnon Cilr GI»b«-G»i»tle, Milan C'iij, I STUDY FAMOUS STATUE--Venus de Milo is the center of attraction for three State University of Iowa Scottish Highlanders on tour of Europe. Pictured above in the Louvre museum in Paris ave, left to right, Ruth Ashton of Iowa City; Marilyn Meyer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William L. Meyer, Ackley, and Wilma Waller, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer J. Waller, Charles City. Achievement Day Planned in Palo Alto EMMETSBURG -- Palo Alto County 4-H achievement show opened Monday at the fairgrounds and will continue through Wednesday. More than 1,200 exhibits and entries have been made, according to R. W. Ashby, county extension director. The livestock divisions will have more entries than in 1951, Ashby stated. The baby beef show will be bigger than last year with 187 calves in the competition for the grand championship. Herefords will, predominate with; 121 led around the ring. There are 34 Aberdeen Angus entered and 32 Shorthorns. The swine show should also be larger than last year with 157 market pigs entered. Ashby said that the hog disease, vesicular' exanthema, should not hurt the swine show as there is none of the disease in Palo Alto County. One hundred and forty-seven purebred swine have been entered, 47 market lambs, 19 purebred lambs, 3 purebred heifers and 3 dairy bull calves. Other entries include the poultry show representing 500 chickens: 360 food and nutrition exhibits; 25 booths prepared by 4-H girls and rural women; 20 4-H girls' and boys',- demonstration teams; 100 open class vegetables and 25 entries in the open class colt show. B. G. Berkeland is president of the fair association; Mike Loners is vice president and H. E. Barringer is the secretary and treasurer. ' The market pig and lamb sale will be held Wednesday at 9 a.m.; baby beef sale Wednesday 8:15 p.m. No Polio Found in Nashua Youth NASHUA -- Dick Davidson, 18 senior high school student who was taken to a Charles City bospita! in a coma Friday when he couldn'l be : aroused at .his home. He regained consciousness and a spina! test showed he had no polio 01 hemorrhage oC the brain. He wili be taken to Iowa City for furthei examination. Invitations to lke,Adlai King and Queen to Be Elected by Delegates BRITT-- The Commercial Club is lanning for n crowd of 25,000 on Hobo Day Aug. 27 and this estimate may be materially increased f Gen. Eisenhower;and Gov. Stevenson accept invitations which ve're sent them by the chamber. Both the Uepublican and Democratic candidates were invited to come and meet the farmers, businessmen and homemakcrs of the Middlewcst who attend this big event. Want Farm Vote As Gen. Eisenhower is to be at Kasson, Minn., on Sept. 6 there vas some doubt whether he could )e here such a short time before. But it is known that both cancli- lates are making big bids for the Iowa farm vote. Plans are already well advanced for feeding the large crowds that attend this annual event in this city o£ 3,000 which started Aug. 22, 1900. The · main staple oC diet is the famous slumgullion, a stew prepared hobo style by hoboes. Twelve lundred gallons of this delicacy is required to feed the multitude. The stew will require 700 pounds of beef, 300 pounds of cabbage, 200 pounds of carrots, 10 pounds of salt and half as much pepper, to which there will be added some 150 pounds oC potatoes. The cooking is started the day before the eonvcn- ;ion by chefs who know their 'slum." It is cooked in large steel tanks and barrels. Two Hour Parade A parade is being prepared which will take two hours to pass a given point. A beautiful decora'ted float will carry the new king and queen. 3ne year this float alone cost the Businessmen $700 to build. The newly elected king and queen will be crowned publicly after they arc chosen by the hobo delegates in much the same manner as the candidates of the major political parties. Eddie {Cannoiiball} Baker of Oregon is the present king. Iowa claims the present queen, Sylvia Davis. Corresiondence is being re ceived daily from prospective can didates from as far away as New York, Mississippi and Canada. Conklin Publishes Lawler Newspaper LAWLER--This town of 650 persons has a new weekly newspaper as yet unnamed. The first issue was published last week by Tom D Conklin, who' purchased the Nash ua Reporter a year ago. Since the;; he purchased the Fredericksburg News. All the papers are printed at Nashua. don't be tardy A B O U T C H E C K I N G Y O U R C H I L D ' S E Y E S . Flight Breakfast at Hampton Aug. 24 HAMPTON -- The Chamber of Commerce is sponsoring a flight, breakfast to be held here Aug. 24 Invitations have been sent to flyer; in fowa, Illinois, Missouri, Nebraska, Minnesota and Wisconsin. Hold Rites Tuesday for Britt Carpenter BRITT -- Funeral services for John Schrocder, 74, retired farmer and carpenter, will be belt! Tues day at 1:30 p.m. at the home and at 2 p.m. at the First Methodist Church, the Rev. Paul W. Atlix officiating. Burial in Evergreen Cemetery. He died of a heart at- lack at his home Saturday. Mr. Schroeder was born in Germany Jan. 27, 1878. He came to the United States at the age of 25. Survivors include the widow and a brother, Henry Schrocder, ol Britt. The Boughton Funcra! Home of Britt is in charge. There are about 35,000 plants in the United Stales processing milk butter, cheese, ice cream, and other dairy products. m. ^Tr: know you have it in the back of your mind, Mother, but don't be last-minute about having your child's eyes checked before school. Make an a p p o i n t m e n t w i t h your eye physician now. Because a child's growing eyes arc delicate--require extra lijnc from the doctor, extra care when If.O.V. dispensers fit their glasses. Of course, glasses may not even be necessary. Hut if they arc prescribed, we manage to make quite a game of it for the kiddins. Take special care, too, to fit them comfortably on little noses and ears. And really--children do look RO cuds in our frames, their mothers jiict have- to srnilc. CONSULT AN EYE PHYSICIAN (M. D.) FOR EYE E X A M I N A T I O N Mouse of Vision G-o/Mmcn m Optic* H R 1 C K A N D T I L E T J U I i - D I I N C K August 18th-24th O Sun in Leo, enters Virgo Hf 2JrtI 5 New, 20th Vr Morning Star -- Jupiter Evening Stara -- Venus, Mora, Saturn Indian name: Hoat Moon 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 M T W T F S" S" 0 r. 5:17, s.7:l4f Virginia Dare, first A w h i t e child horn in America, 1587. liaftjiy 0 r. 5:1.8, J5. 7:12f Constitution captures lime Guerricrc, 18)2. Don't fire away without listening first -- to sec if the line . is in use. U had O r . 5:19, s. 7:ilf Carraru;i occupies by (ill Mexico City. I ' J I I . Occupying the line for long stretches pre- v e n t s incoming calls. iL'htn 0 r. 5:20, s. 7:09f I.con Trotsky, exiled Bolshcvitc, dies a f i r r each one assassination, 1940. O r . 5:22, s. 7:07f Mona Lisa stolen from ' gels Louvre, 1911. Give right-' of-way to emergency calls, o 0 r. 5:23, s. 7:06| Japs land at .ShanaJiai. 1937. X I §s. n. . chance to O r. 5:24, R. 7:04 1 Dirigible ZR-2 explodes call in England, 1921. (Lower long distance rates today.) Northwestern Bell Telephone Company ·tCal. for Ut/45" N.; Long. 93' W. CST. A dd 4 min. for each degree w«t. SEND CODED MESSAGES --Some 8CJO Naval Reserve Officers Training Corps midshipmen from the Junior class of 27 colleges and universities are training in amphibious warfare at the United States Naval Amphibious Base, Little Creek, Va, Messages by blinker light are bbing sent in the picture above by three midshipmen from the University of New Mexico. They are, left to right, Everett G. S. Dilman of Balboa, Canal Zone; Darrcll V. Davison, son of Mr. and Mrs. John G. Davison, of Osage, and Murl B. Moore of Phoenix, Ariz. As a graduation exercise, the midshipmen take part in an actual attack landing over "enemy held" beaches at nearby Camp Pencllcton. Charge Illegal Use of Boilers Cases against six implement firms ALGONA -- orth Kossuth hargcd with illegal use oC boilers p clean machinery have been con- inued indefinitely by C. If. Ost- vinklc, justice of the peace in Al- ;dna. Informations were signed against he men by G. H. Tilton, stale deputy labor commissioner. The cases will not come up here until Tilton could be hero as a witness, accord ing to Ostwinkle. · , . The boilers ;in question hnd been condemned by Ihu stale labor com missioncr and are made by ; South Dakota firm, it is believed The Kossuth men who purchasec the boilers were not aware the; had been condemned. KEYEUCCIPTIBS them fMs guaranteed ^ quality . , , . Nora Springs Plans Swine Day Program NORA SPRINGS-Aftcr a series of meetings, the Nora Springs Commercial Club announced this veck that the annual Swine Day vould be held on Thursday, Sept, with Frank Brunnor and C. D. servo as master of ceremonies for he day's program. Moody comprising committee. Commercial Club the program President Albert Nagel has disclosed the fol- owing committee appointments: Sports committee: Roy Carlson, chairman; t lt o b e r t Green, Art .undblad and Loyal Coatcs. Applications and drawing com miltcc: Bernard Clifford, chair- nan; C. D. Sours and Tom Rounds. · ··, P u b l i c i t y committee: R. 11, Moos, chairman; E. F, Tims nml L. V, Jncobson. A d v o v 11 B i n g for display or grounds committee: O . K . Tntum chairman; Howard Shccklcr ant Norbcrt Schuycr. Food and grounds committee: William E, Jones, chairman, Lloyt Andersen, llnrvoy Router, Ralpl Miller, Lorcn Shcckler, Lcs Lor entzcn, Wayne Enfield, Reuben Ro lands, Clurcucc Sohcll, Harok Schiivcr, Elmer Hewitt and Aiber Wagner. Paul E. Ariz has consented to Plan Convention of Luther League and Choral Union LAKE MILLS --Tho St. Ansgar circuit Luther League of the Evan jclical Lutheran;Church will holt Is a n n u a l fall ' circuit Luther 'jcaguo and Choral Union convert ion nt 1 the Winnebngo Lutheran Church near Lake Mills Sept. 20 21. Addresses will be given by Bur .on Smith,.· pastor of Imnumuc Lutheran Church at Forest City and ihe Rev, Lor'en Spaulding, pas or of the Scarvillo parish. Tho Roy. Sidney Rnnd, pastor o Waldorf College, Forest City, wll jo the principal speaker at the xicket testament banquet Saturday evening, Sept. 19. The highlight of the convontior will bo the choral union conccr Sunday afternoon, Sept. 20, and an address by tho Rev. Carlylo Holtc associate secretary of the Youri Peoples Luther Lcngue in Minnc n polls. FOOT INJURED OSAGE--Wendell Larson is ·!: the Mitchell County Memorial Hos pitnl following nn injury to his foo which occurred while he was work i n g ' at tho Lutheran 0 h u r c grounds. A heavy beam fell on hi foot crushing n toe. CLEARANCE SALE of JEWELRY Now On ASK RAY SENEY 60c a Pound for Top B(§ef ; ALGONA--A top' price of. $60 per hundredweight \yas paid,' for th'e ;rand champion'-baby'beef at ihe Cossuth County Fair here, Saturday norning in the livestock, sale. ' , , · The price is believed'{p be'the ughcst of any 'in the,'state this summer, 1 The winning calf 4 was owned by Garten Johnson 'of 'Arm-', strong and weighed 1,080," pounds. It was' an Angus. Purchaser was ho Mor Grq Commercial Fertilizer Co. of Algona. A prtco of $39 was paid for the reserve champion, owned by his brother, Earl Johnson. The champion market pig shown by Marvin Ilackbnrth oE Lone Rock was purchased by Burt Gcrdes Son of Lnkota for $72.50. A Glasgow scholar places the arrival of the bagpipe in- Scotland in the 10th Century, says the National Geographic Society. - . , ,. ELECTRIC SUPPLIES Appliances Repair Parts Lamp and Fixture Parts Fixtures and Lamps LAMP REPAIRING AND, REMODELING COMPLETE, STOCK · LAMP SHADES PICK UP AND DELIVER Phone 1230 Hanford HoUl ___ bit) league choice lor Mildness »f Flavor ED LOPAT, Yankees, has tried different cigarettes. Says lid: "i picked Cnmcls for mildness and flavor! No other cigarette gives me so much pleasure!" J O H N N Y PESKr.DciroicTJKers, Mates, "I've compared Camels with other brands. I'm siayinj; with Camels! Camel mildness and flavor suit me to a 'T'!" RAY BOONE, Cleveland shortstop, says, "30 duy.i of smokiiiK convinced nie Camels sire the cigarette for steady smoking. They're mild jind taste great!" V E R N O N STEPHENS, Red Sox, lias been smoking Camels for years. l i e knows why people say, "Oncu ii Camel smoker, always n Camel smoker!" M I K E GARCIA, Cleveland Ind i a n hurlcr, reports, "I've smoked Camels a long time anil I know how mild and flavorful: u cigarette cnn be 1" "PREACHER" ROE, Brooklyn Dodger Icft-hamJer, tried different lending brand!.' Sayi "French",.''! picked Camels for mildnes.i and flavorl"; D I C K SI5LER, St. Louis Cardin a l s f i r s t - b a s e m a n , s t a t e s , "Camel m i l d n e s s and flavor made a hit with me. I'd walk a mile for a Camel any day!" H A N K B A U E R , Yankee outfielder, says, "Camels have everything I want in a cigarette -- mildness and taste! My own 30-Day Test proved ih.ii!" B I L L Y COX, Dodger infieldcr, tried out different brand] and has ilu's to say about cigarettes: "My choice for steady smoking is m i l d , flavor/til Camels!" W I L L I E JONES, Phillies third- sackcr, states, "I made my own 30-Day Camel Test - fudged Camels in my 'T-Zone'. Camels nrc mild and taste great, too!" V E R N O N BICKFORD, Hoston Itravcs pitcher, reports, "Take ic from me, no other cigarette compares with Camels for flavor and mildness!" E D D I E R O B I N S O N , Chicago White Sox, jays: "Camel flavor keeps tasting good, pack after pack. And Camel mildness suit* my throat just fine!" A N D Y S E M I N I C K , Cincinnati Kcti catcher, made his own 30- Day Test and says: "I prorcil to myself how mild and good ra.uioK CimeJs a r c -- puff afccr puff and pack after pack!" JIM BUSBY", Washington Senators outfielder, says, "Nobody can t e l l me a b o u t o'sareuc mildness. J'vc been smoking; Caincrs for years and k n o w how mild a cigarette can he!" It. J ntynoliif TcAicto Co., Wrn!lc.n-Si!"B, N. C, WITH THE FANS and players, Camel is America's most popular cigarette! Smoke Camels yourself for 30 days. Test them and compare them in your "T-Zone" (T for Throat, T for Taste). Sec if you don't agree with these Big League stars that Camels are mild and have a rich, full flavor. You'll soon see why Camel leads all other brands. America's Choice

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