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August 18, 1952

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 4

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r,to»«-C«t«l!f, Mtiftn City, »». .'·;···'·, '·'·'.·· : : .'i ' filobt-Oa«Ue photo by Mtuwir FENCING PROBLEM--Eddie Larson of Robhinstlalc, Minn., had a blowout coming out of the northeast curve of the track in Sunday's stock car race at the North Iowa Fair, His '49 Hudson v/ent Uirovitfli the fence .starting on the Htraightuway. fie wan pulled loose, drove to the pits for a tire chaiiKO ami later continued in the race. Mrs. Huckins Rites to Be Held Thursday Mrs. William Huckins, 52, (nee Amctia Schcll), 2302 Madison S.W., died Monday at 5:30 a.m. al n Mason City hospital, following ? long illness. She had been a rest :lent of Mnsou City 31 years. Mrs. Huckins was born at In dlanapolls, Imli, Doc. 5, 1809. Shi was married to Curtis Williams Dec. 18, 1917, and they establishct their residence in Indianapolis coming to Mason City in 1921, On Sept, 2, Iflln, she was mar ried to W i l l i a m Huckins at Alber Uc photo liy Mliaier BELGIUM VISITOR AT FAIR --Miss Mario' Louise Leheuwe, 25, (right) of Braine le Comtc, Belgium, inspects » 4-H girls booth nt the North Iowa,.Fair. Showing her the display, which emphaaizecl the proper methods oi' cooking meat, is Mrs. Leigh Cufrnn* ----~ ~~-of Mason City, 4-II. club leader in whose home Miss Lehemve is visiting while in Cerro Gorclo County for three to four weeks. Mlbs Leheuwe Is an Intornationnl Farm exchangee who arrived 3n the U.S. 'on July 30 to live in American homes and learn the American way of life. ' The 4-H booths display projects ol work of 4-H girls for the past year. Blue ribbon winners this year w«re Floyd, Wlnnebago «nd Corro Gordo County with Butler and Hancock Counties earning red ribbons. PLAN A N N I V E R S A R Y AREDALE--The Rev. and Mrs. P. J. Allwell will observe their »3rd wedding anniversary Tuesday nt 7 p.m. when members nncl friends will t«thcr at the Methodist pnrsonrigc for n politick supper. A program w i l l b e in charge of the WSCS. AUTHORIZED Sales Service PHONE 162 Home Appliance Co. 20 Second St. N, E. ' Modem Skelgas Heavy Duty Systems Available lor Immediate Installation in Town or Country Homes ,ea, Minn. She was a. member of he First Methodist Church of Maon City. Surviving arc her husband, VVil- iam llucklns, Mason City; a BOH, William Williams, Mason City; a daughter, Mrs. ^Laurence (Betty) Sammdns, State Center; three stepdaughters, Mrs. Adam (Mary lane) Holman, Bremerton, Wash,; rtrs. Steven (Iva Jean) Shinn, Pleasanton, Calif., and Miss Veletta llucklns, Los Angeles, Calif.; a stepson,.Wilbur Huckins, Mason "ity, and 17 grandchildren, Four brothers also survive, Her- )'crt, Arthur and Albert Schcll, ndlanapolls, and Fred Schell, Creal Springs, III. She was pre ceded in death by her parents anJ ,wo brothers. ; Funeral services will be held at ,he McAuley and Son Chapel Thursday at 2 p.m., with the Rev. Roger Russell, associate pastor of he First Arethodist Church, of- MntlnK. Interment will be at Elmwood Cemetery. The McAuley and Son Funeral Home is in charge. settled in Chicago, lie was mar-! ried to Anna Wiseman, May 15, .010,'in Detroit. In Mason City he was employed by the Pfaff Bak- Company and was a member of the Moose Lodge. Surviving are two daughters, Mrs. Leslie (iluth) Eliiott, Detroit, -ind Mrs. Edward (Leona) Kerns, 3earbon, Mich.; two sons, Vit Sates, and Joseph Bates Jr., DC .roit, and seven grandchildren and nieces and nephews. He was pro ceded in death by a brother, Frank, Clear Lake. ; . Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Tuesday at :the McAuley and Son Chapel, with the Rev. Roger Russell, associate pastor of the First Methodist Church, officiating. Interment will be in Mason City, Friends may call at the McAuley and Son Funeral Home. J. C. Bates Rjtes to Be Tuesday at 2 Joseph Carl Bafes, 70, of 217 Second S. W., died at a Mason City hospital nt 6:30 a.m. Sunday, following an illness of six weeks. He had been a resident of Mason City 21 years. Mr. Bates was born March 15 1882, in Lithuania. He came to the United States as n young m a n ant Three-tjuartcrs of the earth's sur face is covered by water. J. Heidenry Rites Held at Church Requiem Mass i was celebrated Saturday for Jfarnes F. Heicienry, 57, at the Holy Family Catholic Church, with the Rt. Rev. Msgr. A. J. Brcen, celebrant. Father Nestor Goedken and Father Harry Ryan were in the Sanctuary. Father John Reed was in charge of the committal service and absolution at the grave. Altar boys were Mickey Finley, David Chambers and Tommy Skram, Gus Muehe was usher. Pallbearers were D. W..McCallum, C. W. Code, H. E. Motter, C. W. Corby, Edward Sippel and Don Gilbert. , Attending the services from out of the city were Sister Mary Evelyn, O.S.F., and Sister Mary Elwyn, O.S.F, Dubuque; Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Pandorf, Sacramento, Calif.; Mr. and Mrs. Rhett Talbert arid son, Boston, Mass.; Miss Polly Heidenry, Indianapolis, Ind.; Mrs. Leonard Vohsen, Joseph Heidenry, John, Heidenry and WiUiam Hei denry, all of St. Louis, Mo. Interment- was at St. Joseph's Catholic Cemetery. The Colonial Funeral Home was in charge. ess than a pound of coal, while 30 years ago it took three pounds. · STORAGE · PACKING · CRATING ·MOVING MAYFLOWER THE GREATEST NAME IN HOVINC House to House -- Coast to Coast Try It -- It Costs No More! Experienced Men · Free Estimates PHONE 4OOO Mason City Warehouse Corporation Some electrical power plants can generate one kilowatt-hour with MORE DELICIOUS Skelgas Gives You These Important Advantages 1. It protects you against possible fuel shortages in winter . . . you'd always have an ample reserve on hand. 2. Installation now will provide, at all times, enough Skelgas for extra needs and emergencies. 3. It assures you of a constant supply of low cosf fuel. 4. It's safe ... the Skelgas 1,000 gallon Heavy' Duty Systems meet or exceed all requirements of the National Board ,of Fire Underwriters and your state and city safety regulations. PLACE YOUR ORDER NOW! . . . ONLY A LIMITED SUPPLY OF TANKS AVAILABLE EGELAND Skelgas Appliances 18 So. Delaware Phone 5574 Mason City PEMEY'S A L W A Y S F I R S T Q U A L I T Y ! STRETCH your dollars farther at Penney's! BACK-T ,, GIRLS' BLUE JEANS 1 98 Sanforized 8 oz. denims with a smooth-working side zipper, y o k e back, bright orange stitching. Sizes 7 to 14. Size 3 to 6 ... 1.69 · Downstairs Store · GIRLS' ANKLETS 29 White I Pastclsl Dark shadesl Every color she needs! Sturdy mercerized cottons with nylon reinforced heels and toes for extra wenrl Smart ribbed crew socks, sizes 7 to .11. Lacy Cotton SLIPS 59 Fresh while percales with wide straps, ruffled hems . . . and pretty embroidery and lace! Full cut, good lenglhs, so easy lo "do up." 4 to 14. Dan River's "Wrinkl-Shedl, CREASE-RESISTANT GINGHAM PLAIDS Bright clear patterns lor school-time . . . and \rashable, too! Top styles, lots of colors . . . hurry in. Sizes 3-6x : 1.98 Sub-teen, 10, 12, 14 4.S8 - 5.90 · DOWNSTAIRS STORE · YOUR DOLLARS FARTHER! Boys' Full Cut BLUE DENIMS NOW $159 1 These sturdy jeans are full cut of tough 8-ounce Sanfor- ized denim. Metal rivets, bar-tacking, triple orange stitching making them extia long-wearing. Heavy duty rusl resistant zippers. Sizes 6 to 16. · Stock Up Now and Save! · Downstairs Store · Boys' Sturdy T-Shirts Briefs 59 C 59 C T-shirts Briefs The T shirts are made of snowy- white flat-knit combed cotton. The briefs are combed cotton with clas- tic waist, and legs for comfortable fit. Both exceptional values! Sizes 10 to 16. Size 4 lo 8 49c u Boys' Cotton Flannel Shirts 1.9.8 Riot of bright new patlerns In thrift-priced warm cotton flannel. For school or play wear. Sanforized fit lasls! Tails look trim whether in or out. Completely washabJc. Sizes from juniors on up. 6-18. PRICES CUT RUGGED RIVERSIDES FOR SAFER HOLIDAY DRIVING 10.95 _ 12.55 6.70-15 Plat f»d. Tax wi'lh your ofrf tir EVERY OUNCE FIRST QUALITY FULL NON-SKID DEPTH^FULL TREAD WIDTH-FULL SIZE RIVERSIDE AIR CUSHIONS Size 6.40-15 6.7005 7.10-15 7.6O-15 8.00-15 6.70-16 -- Tir* Prict* 12J45 12.55 15.25 16.95 18.75 13.25 Tub« Prict** 2.35 2.55 2.65 2.85 3.55 2.60 RIVERSIDES FOR OLDER CARS 6.50-15 6.OO-16 6.50-16 15.35 10.95 15.85 2.55 2.30 2.6O *Flus F»d. Tax and four old tin. **flus fid. Tax. ONLY 10% DOWN ON TERMS HURRY-SALE ENDS AUG. 30TH L-- J

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