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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 13

Mason City, Iowa
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Monday, February 22, 1954
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and UNEMPLOYMENT . , XOTICI: Jn n i i l r l r l C o u r t »f I o w a , In Anil For C'ern Clordn County n.OYl) KING, I'lalntlff J ,- "ADIX". aUo known ns M. J. Aladlx. Mora HcJle Martix. and nil unknown clulnianls. and n i l persons unknown cln mlnjj 'any rights, t i t l e or Interest in »iu! to the following flcarrlb«] u-nl estate, |o-wlli Lots 4, 5. II, and 7 In Itluck 4 In the Town Site of C n r t c r K v l l l e , Ccrro Gordo County, Iowa: and all Itic heirs, smjusus. flShlnns. trrantccs, le«atee», devises, uml henuficlarles of each nnd all of the above named defendants, nsfcmlnnls. To: The above ««med defcnd»iiti and tach if I h e n i . You nnd each of you are hereby n o t i f i e d Unit Inure i» now on file In the Office of the Clerk of the District Court of Iowa, In and for Ccrro Gordo County. I o w a , the petition of ihi; above named p l a i n t i f f . That iald plaintiff In his petition claims to bo the iibaoluto and unqualified owner in fee simple of the following described property, to-wlt. Ijjls 4, 5, C. nnd 7 in IJlock 4 In the Town Silo ol Cartersvllle. Cerro Gordo County, Iowa. That said p l a i n t i f f prays that hlj title to ,sakl property he established and confirmed as » fee simple title, · n! that you iind eacli of you be forever barred and estopped from clahnltiK any ri«hl. lltle, or Inlurciit In said real estate adverse to the title of this p l a i n t i f f . Kor further particulars see petition on file. And now unless you appear nnd defend before Die District Court of Iowa In and for Ccrro U u t d o County, Iowa, at the Courthouse situated In Maxon City. Iowa, on or before the I Q t l i clay of April 1954 li- fhidt w i l l he entered against you and Judgment and decree rendered as prayed IB j)!aln!lff'.i petition. STANLEY 1. I I A Y N E S 2!\ii So. Federal A v c . Mason Cily, Iowa Attorney for I'lnlntlff NOTICE OF ELKCTION Public notice Is hereby (jlven that a tpcclal election of the Consolidated Independent School District of Falls, In the County of Cerro Gordo. State of loiva, will be held on the Bth day of March. l'JS-1, at which election there will be submitted to the voters of said district the proposition of authorlilnR t/ie Issuance of bonds of tho District In an amount not exceeding 150,000.00 for the purpose of constructing · ml ftirnlishfnK an addition to the present · chool building to provide additional class rooms. The voUng place will bo as follows- SCHOOL HOUSE »nd the polls will be open from 12:00 o'clock Noon until 7:00 o'clock P. M. At aid election tin: ballot to be used shall be i substantially the following form: (Notice to Voters: For »n a f f i r m a t i v e vole upon any question submitted upon this ballot, make a cross I x ) mark In the sijuure a f t e r the word "YES." For -·v negative vote jmike a similar mark In the square f o l l o w i n g Hie word "NO") SIU1.1. THE FOLLOWING P U B L I C M E A S U I t E 1!E ADOPTED! "Shall tho Consolidated Independent School District of Fulls, in the County of Cerro Conlu. and State of Iowa, Ismii: School llomls In n sum not to exceed $50.000.00 for the purpose of con- MructlnK and furnishing an addition to the present school building to provide additional class rooms?" YES ( ) NO ( Marine Corps Starts Work on New Shrine By HARMON W. NICHOLS WASHINGTON (UP)--The most famous spade in the world was put to work against the good old earth recently. It did most of (he work at ground--breaking ceremonies for the Marine Corps National Memorial. Eventually over the spill of eajlh will be erected a JOO-lon bronze .statue of the flag raising on Iwo .lima. The memorial will he on a half-acre plot rimming the northern end of Arlington National Cemetery. The spade of which I speak is not of the graden variety; it's polished, wears ribbons the color of the flag, and never has to work up more than a spadeful on" a single job, It is the properly of National Capital Parks, and has been for ;i long time. Many a wheel has taken the old (on the back ol each ballot shall bo printed the following; H I ' K C I A L SCHOOL KLBCTION t'OSSOI.IDATKl) l . V n K P E N D K N T SCHOOL UI.STUICT I J K FALLS Cerro flordo County, Intva March KUi. HIM On the question of constructing and furnishing an addition to the present school buildlnj; to provide additional cl.-iss rooms, and Issuing bonds there- lor. (Facsimile Signature) Secretary of the School Hoard The above notice Is K l v e n by order of the School Hoard of s;ild Consolidated Independent School District of Falls, in the County of Ccrro Kordn. State of Iowa. I). W. DUNTON Secretary of the School Board S E C R E T A R Y N A M E D THOMPSON--At a recent meet- i n g ' o f the Thompson Community Club, Dr. Carroll Block, local dentist, was elected secretary of the board of directors to succeed Merlin Wcstwick, who has moved to Webster City. Berge Enderland, local garage owner, was named to the board as a director. The board will sponsor a banquet for all high school students participating in athletics this vear. Oregon harvested 9,802,471,000 board feet of logs in 1952. Best by Toast-Test MODERN GROCERY Lynn and Elsie Fisher 923 4th S. W. Phone 301 $3.00 Orders Delivered FREE Delivery Orders Given Special Attention Specials For Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday MEAT YOU CAN EAT Choice BEEF PURE Short Ribs 19c Nice for Braising or Boiling, Ib.. . . REFRIGERATED PRODUCE Cello Pack CARROTS l.-lb. Bags 19c Large Juicy r ORANGES 2dozen..59c Ground Beef $1.19 None «» Better. . J Waldorf CRACKERS 4 in ] pack, Longhorn CHEESE Aged, Pound 49c All Brands COFFEE , b .79c Beet Sugar JAM bi. i|7v Mason City's Finest. . . · . . , TIDE Lge. pkg. 25c Come In and Look Over Our Richelieu Products YOUR COMPLETE SHOPPING CENTER . . . BEER . . . CIGARETTES . . . HARDWARE AND DRUG ITEMS STORE HOURS: Dally I ·. m. to · p. m. Sunday* 9 ». m. to 12:00 No«n--W» Reserve tn« Right to Limit in luuul on many a inotnonl.-t occasion'.. Metal markers are' attached to the handle, somelhint; like the notches the hard-bitten characters of the old West nicked for their six guns. The most important marker, perhaps, lelJ.s- that on Feb. 12, 1014, the spade was used to break sod for the Lincoln Memorial. At the handle was President Wood row Wilson. The next year, the digger was culled upon to break earth for the memorial amphitheater jn Arlington, in front of which lies the tomb of the unknown soldier. There have been countless other occasions. The Thomas Jefferson Memorial, the memorial dedicated to the Second Marine Division of World War I ; among many. The spade also has started many a twig on its way to become a grown-up tree. The first tree the blade worked on now is 5(5 years old and still growing. President William McKinlcy had a h a n d ' i n that one on March 18, 1898. He planted a scarlet oak in the front yard of the White House. In 1904, Teddy Roosevelt, with the help of ( friend spade, started another oak or the White House lawn, Presidents Wilson, Harding and Coolidge also got the feel of the slick old handle, and Herbert Hoover switched from oaks to elms in 1931. Some of these trees, by the way, claim royal descent. Fourteen memorial elms so planted arc direct "descendants" of the famed Washington Cambridge elm. Hard oy the Lincoln Memorial stands a majestic white oak which claims kin to £he famous charter oak of Connecticut, whose hollow trunk was so large it could hold 24 men, standing erect. The spade hasn't been retired yet. fn fact it isn't even rusty. But in its dotage it will wind up under glass at the Smithsonian Institution, alongside of Washington's famous trowel. Manly Church Plans Building MANLY -- The new Bethlehem Lutheran Church which is to go under construction this spring, lo-l cated many blocks from the present! church and parsonage, will bcS made of three tone light colored brick, as chosen by the congregation at a meeting this week. A. II. Hattcndorf of Ochcyedan^ has been chosen as the architect. A! building 100 feet long by 34 wide,' with additional wings, is contem plated. TEACHER INJURED WESLEY-Mrs. Bill Goetz, who teaches in Woden, escaped serious injury Thursday when her car went out of control on loose gravel and plunged into a ditch. She escaped with minor scratches and bruises but her car was badly damaged. Manoii C l l j r ftlobe-Ciaielle,,. Mason City, la. Fob. 22 1954 13 FILES FOR BOARD CHARLES CITY--P. J. Barney, supervisor from the 1st District in Floyd County, has filed as a candidate for re-election to that post in the June 7 Republican primary. The 1st District is composed of Floyd, Cedar and Niles townships. Barney has been on the board of supervisors since July G, 1948, when he was appointed to fill a vacancy. jThc supervisor's term he is seeking "logins Jan. 1, 19. r 5. Shop and Save at Raizes PRE-INVENTORY CLEARANCE Prices Effective Tuesday and Wednesday Only Assorted Colors BIRTHDAY p CANDLES, Reg. lOc Pkg Each 5C Kirsch HOUSEHOLD C L E A N E R , Reg. 39c Quart Each §C Tidy House WOODWORK CLEANER, 59c Size . . Only 3 R e g u l a r 5c Bars Fine Art TOILET SOAP . . . . . . . . . . . TEX, WATER SOFTENER, Reg. 39c Size Only ENOZ, MOTH SPRAY, Reg. $1.00 Sire Only GLOSST LIQUID STARCH Reg. 29c Size PRIM TOILET TISSUE Rolls ANGEL SKIN FACE TISSUES Assorted SPONGES, Reg. 39c Pkg ~ L ge. Z Pkgs . . Only Assorted COMBS, Value 60c PYREX HANDLES, Reg. 29c Each White PAPER N A P K I N S . . . . . . Pkg 19C . Only §C Pkg. lOc AJAX HOUSEHOLD CLEANSER for $100 1 Mrs. Tucker's Shortening C 3 Lb. Can. 59 With Coupon From Last Week's Paper Blue Star Potato Chips 59 Carnation COTTAGE CHEESE CTN. DELRICH MARGARINE LB. 23 No Coupons Necessary BACON ENDS Sliced Pkg. Redeem Your 25c Gold Medal Coupons Now 10 IBs. 79c With Coupon VEL Reg. Size 27 Each Package Contains 15c Worth of Coupons Schilling's Black Pepper Ox. Pkg.. 69 REDEEM Your Lever Bros, Coupons Now CLEAR QUILL DOG FOOD Bog $2.69 FALSTAFF BEER Can Carton 89c Creamettes Macaroni 8-or. Pkgs.. 25 BUDWEISER BEER Can Ctn.. 99 RAIZES' BEST COFFEE Pound STALEY'S Sweefose WAFFLE SYRUP 29 With Your Coupon From Last Week's Paper Quart Decanter Wrigley's Spearmint GUM Pkgs.. 10 BUBBLE-UP Bottle Carton Plus Deposit WATCH FOR MONEY SAVING BUYS IN OUR THURSDAY NIGHT AD. RAIZES 213 SOUTH FEDERAL ^ MARKET WE RESERVE THE Ha AW ^^J I RIGHT TO LIMIT ITllUNtil 4041 ©yesf Tickets the ©rville Lowe See Ted Lewis in Person Take a Guesf af Our Expense! Your Thriffway cashier has a guest ticket for you now. Exchangeable at the box office for 2 admissions upon the payment of one adult admission ($1.00). Two admissions for the price of [ust one! GUEST TICKETS GOOD THIS SAT,, FEB. 27, STATE FAIR GROUNDS, Des Seines KING KORN STAMPS FREE WITH EVERY PURCHASE. One for each Dime you Spend Young and Tender Corn Fed Beef . . . SLi Fresh, Svreet, Sugar Cured Ground Fresh Daily From Pure Beef . . . Tasty, Smoked, Liver Sausage . Donald Duck FROZEN . . . Large 12-oz. Can FRO; "Flav-R-Pac" Choice of Cut Corn, 10-oz. Peas, Mixed Veg. or Peas Carrots. . . .Pkg. Right To Limit Reserved Price* Good Mon. thru Wednesday

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