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August 18, 1952

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 10

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10 14, photo by Schmidt WIN DISTRICT · CONTEST--Champion* o f l l i e district boy« 4-11 demoriKtration contest at i;he North Iowa .Fair wore Frank Brcka ( l o f f ; ) and E t l w i n Ghr/.ek, both of Garner and represent!UK Hancock County. Coached'by Leonard Harrington, y o u t h assistant, t li e boys demonstrated good soil practices. Other county teams competing were: Winnebago,. second; Butler, t h i r d ; Ccrro Gordo, f o u r t h ; M i t c h e l l , i'it'th; Kossuth, sixth, and Franklin, seventh. 7 Meriibers Added jto Liither Faculty :; T E C 0 Tl A n-Pi-osidcnt 3, W. 1 Ylvisnkcr of Luther College has rm- nbu'nccd the addition of seven new Appointees and five returning professors to the faculty for the cur- rcnl school year commencing Sopt. 5 . ' · : . . ' . ' The new members of the Luther PAIN In the back, hip or Ice Is often caused by displacement of nuo or ·11 the bones forming the pelvis. We specialize ill Correcting ilicso and Other Spinal Displacements. DRS.R.J.and LUCY E. GARNER CHIROPRACTORS 10G North Federal I'hone, 1087 By "Fran" Kcllum DON'T TAKE HIM FOR GRANTED Men, as a rule, arc loo Inisy will business or professional matters to give loo nuich lime to such subjects as room designs . . . a n c for this reason their preferences and requirements nrc undermined and not sufficiently analyzed M a n y men can't slant! fussiness ruffles and doodtids . . . or boldlj patterned wallpaper. LEARN HIS LIKES AND DISLIKES Make his room fit his require ments. If; he studies or docs dcs! work in his room, he's likely t prefer a quiet, restful colo scheme. And a well-equipped ol ficc corner with bookcases, c.ib inets and desk. He'll need plcnl of Jight. And probably a smnll ra dio by his bed for news . . . an sportscasts. Perhaps leather up holstcry. Above all, men like comfort an convenience in their room , phis conservative beauty. Com in, let our trained decorators hel yon plan an efficient, individua ized room for the man in you home, Kelium Home Interiors 22 Firsr $. E. Phon* 139 WUKKE "IT COSTS NO MORK TO KK COKKKCT" nenity Include Dr. Francis E. 1'et- r.son, profo.s.sor of education nnd sychology; M a r y C. Allison, asso- intc professor of romance Inng- Os; Ruth Carlson, Instructor in ecrctni'ial education; Paul Monon, instructor in biology; Howard cliut/,, Instructor in physical ctlu- alion, head wrestling, coach, am) sslstanl football and .li a s c b a 11 onch; Vivian Peterson, catalog bi'arinn; and Wendell Nelson, in- tructor in piano. ·niigcment will provide n capacity o£ 150 students. The SI. Aloysiu Parochial School will reopen fo registration AUK- 25 nnd clnssc will be resumed Sept. 2. Calmar Schools Open Sept. 2 CALMAR--There will be three c\v members of the school faculty his yenr. They Jiro Conch .Jerry "ranklln, of Cedar Rapids, John ·Coliotit, science and m a t h e m a t i c s lid Mrs. Harold K'rucgcr, fifti, and Ixlh grades, A new seating ar- LEGAL NOTICES NOT10K Ol' rilOHATK OP WTU. TATK :Or IOWA, Ccrro Ciiirdo County. MI. Ill Dlslrlet Conn. No. 7U2G. June Term, 10,12. , 0 All Wliniii It M»y Concern: You iiru hereby notified. Hint nn Inslm- nut of writing purportliiK to he the lust 'III nnl ·To'ftlnmvni of O. Ithiidcn, l)c- limed, dnted AiiKiisl S. 1051, hnvltiK !cen I|H dny filed, opened nnd rond, Monday le 8th dny of September, 1052, is fixed for nntlnjf proof of snniu lit tho Court llou.vo 1 Mnstm City, lown, before tho D l n l r l i - t ourt of c n l i l County, or tho Clorlc nf xnld ourt; nnd lit a o'uluck P. M., of the dny hove mentioned nil persons Interested am oeliy · iiotldiHl nnd required to nppcnr, nil show cnu.ic. If nny they have, why in- triimenl should not ho prounlod nnd «l- owed us nnd for Ihc Inst Will nnd Tesln- ncnt of iinld deceased. llnlcil nt Mnnon Clly. lown, AiiKiist B, S. If. MncPKAIf. Clerk nf nislrlct Courl Hy AllUElSN It, HAtUlIS. "Deputy O K K i l N A I . NOTICK fn llio I H i l r l c l Cnuti n( inwn In mul for C«rro lnrili Coiiutr I.VIIY I t O D K I U C K , Nu. 336-M T'lnlnllff vs. IIODEHICK. Oefendnnt ro~HO!!EnT rtUOlCItlCKi t h e · ' above nnined dcler.diiul: You lire Jieroby notified that n polltlon f Iho nlinvis nnmeit plnlntllt In Ihe nbovc nlitled notion I.f now on f i l e In Urn office f tho Clerk of the nhnvo nnmuil Court, 'hlcli pelltlon prnys Hint p l n l n t l f f may be ranted nn nlisolntn divorce from you on Rround of cruel nnd Inhuman ircnl- icnt! plhinlirf fiirthor .nhks for tlu enrc. uslody nnd conlrol of tho minor children, effrcy, lloderlek. Jllnry Roderli-k, l.yln lodevlck, Dennle Iloditrlrlr. MnrKarot Hodrick mul Shnron Hoderlck. rinlnlirr further asks Ihnl slie bo nwnrd- d the sum of s i x l y . f l v e Dollars ($M.OO er week fnr lhi siipporl nnd' mnlnlcnnncc f the nhavn named minor children; that be given Iho household furniture iio« iiRlin! to plnlntlir and defendnnt; ttinl h« be nllowntl a ivnsomihlo nmoiint foi ttorney fei-s; Hint she have judgment for he coats of Ihl.s acllon, mill for sui-h olhi-r nil turtlior relief as to Ihu Courl mnj com jiisl nml c(|iil!nljle In the premises. You nrc nl«o hereby ii'itlfled to appear icforo K:I|I| Courl al Mii.inn city in Cnrro !or«lo County, lown. on or before tho 'J5II lay of .September. ID52. nnd Ihnt unless ·ou so npiienr. your default will be onlen-t nnd Judgment or decree will bo renderct iR:ilnst you for the relief dcmnndcd in thi wlltlon. M. 1.KVINSON 21V'j South Federal Avenue Mason City, Iowa Attorney for f'lntnllff NOTtC'K OF ritnilATK OK Wlf.t. STA'I'K OF IOWA. Cerro Oonlo County »s. In District Court. No. 7927. Jun Term. 10.12. Tn All Whom It M»y Concern: You nre hereby notified, that an instn nent of wrltlnR purporiinK to be the inj, Will nnd Testnmcnt of W. Husscll DoiiRh crty, Decensed, dated January 8. 1952 having been this dny filed, opened nn read, Friday the 12lh day of Septcmbui 1952. is fixed for hcnrlnd proof of snme a Ihe Courl House In Mnsnn City, Iowa, be fore the District Court of said County, c the Clerk of said Court: nnd nt 10:0 o'clock A. M., of Hie dny above mentlonc nil persons Interested arc hereby notltlc and required to nppcnr, nnd show cam If any they have, why Instrument shoul not be probated nnd allowed as nnd fo the Inst Will nnd Testament of s.ikl d ceased. Dated nt Mnson Clly, Iowa, August 1. S. It. MncPEAK, Clerk of District Con Hy JEAN JIOHDE, Deputy NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT , OF F-XECOTKIX STATE OF IOWA, Ccrro Gordo Counlj us. No. 7K2. Notice is hereby given, that the unde. signed hns been duly appointed nnd qua) fled as Kxcctitrlx of the estate of Seim A. Schwartz, Deceased, Into of Ccrro Gore County. All persons Indebted to .inlil esta nrc requested to make immediate pa menl: nnd those hnvinjf claims against th same .will present them, duly nuthcnt cated, to the undcrslxncd for «Ilownnci and fllo In the office of the Clerk of tl District Court. ESTHEU A. .SCHWARTZ JAY W. I.OHEN2, Attorney Dated August 14, 1952. S. II. MncIMSAK. Clerk District Com By J E A N nOHDii;. Deputy BUY6PKGS.,.SAVf/l Seek Return of Gl in Japan for Wife's Funeral ALGONA--An appeal to I'rchi cnt Harry Truman was being prc liircd by tho citizens of Bancroft i a t u r d a y for the return of soldiei a m e n Christcnsen, 22, of Bancroft, or the graveside rites of his wife vho died last week. Chriulenscn is now stationed omewherc in .lapan after landing here a week a#o. f f c was notified f the death of his wife upon ar- attempts by her family «(;t an emergency furlough for the oy. His wife died only six days after left for overseas duly. Every effort of the Red Cross in Algona to arrange a furlough for him was rebuffed hy Army authorities. 'ival. Two hrouKh the Kossuth County Hed Jross chapter to return Christcnsen or rites wore refused by the Army 'elitions were being circulated in oth Bancroft and WhiUemorc to sk return of Christensen for the ;raycsidc rites and to settle iii.sinc.ss affairs. The town of Bancroft was up inj inn. 1 ; about the .situation and near- y 200 signatures were placed on he petition asking for the boy's rc- cirn. The girl's mother, Mrs. Andrew festering of Bancroft, said Satur- lay that the petition would be sent o the adjutant general's office cither Saturday or Monday. Copies will then bo forwarded to T r u m a n ind Iowa Senators Gillette and lickenloopcr in ;i last attempt to Crops Continue Rapid Progress GARNER--Another week of favorable/ weather was ideal for all farm work and crops, Corn anc soybeans continue to make gooc progress and approximately 50 per cent of the corn is now in roasting epr stage with some of the earlier fields in the dough stage. Means are podding a n (1 filling well. Showers during the week ranged from light in the north hal: of the county to heavy in loca areas in the south h a l f . Consider able hail and wind damage occurred in the area just south of Clem'trie' on Friday afternoon, Vegetable growers have begun harvesting early potatoes and report a satisfactory yield with prices ligh. Harvesting 1 of onions will get under way as .soon as early potatoes are dug. Pastures and meadows continue to furnish plenty of forage and fall plowing is in progress. Many farmers are attending county fairs and 4-H shows. Others arc taking the breather between harvest and silo filling and enjoying a vacation trip. ' G R E E T PASTOR PLYMOUTH--A reception for the Hev. and Mrs. George Scheider will be held at the First Methodist Church Tuesday evening. Please bring sandwiches or cake. There will be a program. says Hedy Lamarr · "If t find mytalf pull log on w«Ilhf, ttM f frit Ihfng I rum loll A y d i . I r« command III"' REDUCE WITHOUT DIETING » Simply unt Ihia delicious Vitmnin nmi Minonil Cnnity cullod Aycla, boforo munlH oa directed. Aycla chocks your nppuLito -- you nil tomalicnlly eftt IOKS -- IOBO woigtil imturally. Absolutely nafo -- contains no reducing drugs. Money rofumlad if you don' I. IOBO wciKnL with lira I. box. Generous atipply of Ay da $2.98. OSCO DRUG 4 Fluorescent Fixtures, R e g u l a r 27.50 1 Czechoslovakian Imported Crystal F i x t u r e , Reg. 395.00. One Group Table Lamps 7.00 125.00 Pictures -- All Sizes, Originals and Fine _ , Prints 50% /2 PRICE 20 to OFF 221 North Federal S T A * N U C O R P O R A T I O N O F A M E R I C A e Marshall Swifts «r/J MASON CITY ne ;^';'.v"^ StaNu P R O C E S S vfe ·:'yi Garments look sparkling new again Colors livelier, brighter than ever beiore Fabrics Rich with a Cashmere smooth feel Pleats slay "in" creases slay "put" Greater resistance to soiling and wrinkling V I T A L T E X T I L E O I L S B A C K I N T O T H E F A B R I C NEVER BEFORE has any process given fabrics such dazzling color, brilliance and luxurious cashmere-smooth beauty. Now you can enjoy the thrill of newness in your clothes and precious household items everytime they're drycleaned. Sta*Nu replaces important life-giving textile oils that are lost in ordinary cleaning and day-to-day wear. if cosfs nothing extra! Try STA*NU TODAY at · Marshall Swift, I v I C L E A N E R S - F U R R I E R / I LAUNDERERS Across From the Postoffic* time to get ready for back-to-schobl medallion chains $1 plus 20% tax Handsome heraldic medallions set with turquoise . . . on light-weight aluminum chains. The right accent for sweaters and blouse*. Matching bracelets, SI plus 20% tax. J e w e l r y F l r » t Floor REVLON Lip-kit 1 iri plu * 1.1U 20% tax Three exciting fall shades of Revlon llpsick complete in a Kit. Now you can match any costume color,. 1 any mood with just the right lipstick shade. Indelible. Revlon Nail Kit with Profile, the new- miracle nail base. Complete with three Itcvlon shades of polish. 1.10 plus 20'/» tax. Cosmetics -- First Floor ONYX Desk Set 2.49 Swivel socket desk set In light oynx, sciunrv or oblontf. Complete with a fountain pen with 24-karnt gold plated point. Guaranteed against mechanical (allure. Stationery -- First Floor DIAMOND POINT Pen $1 The famous pen, favorite for the class-room with the wontlerful diamond point. Complete with one extra point. Colorful with gold colored 'trim. SUtltmery -- First Floor bulletin board 2.25 Hang in jyour bedroom or dorm room for your precious keepsakes. A gay background of red. blue, green or tun over composition board. Metal hangers. name pencils r; In TI box with 2 boxes 1.38 Make the first school days doubly welcome with an ample supply of personalized pencils. One name to each box. Limit ot 18 letters to each pencil Including spaces. Please PRINT name clearly, allow 2 weeks for delivery. SUtlonepj''-- First Floor york process boil proof name tapes 4Z Mark your belongings 'with name tapes, durable Identification at laundry, campus, .school; Jor ..service men and worn* en. "York" process laboratory tested colorfast leltering. fallow two weeks for delivery). U dozen . . 0 dozen . . 1? J.£i dozen $1 1.25 1.75 Shoe bags Jlong your shoes on the wall or a door in this handy 12 pocket bau. Keeps shoes neat,, saves space. Gay colors and prints. $1 Sweater Bag Plastic hue 13-in. wide, 16-in. long with 3-in. Kusset and a 13-ln. zipper. Ideal protection for pretty pastel sweaters. Made of heavy 4-gaugc vinyl plastic. 1.25 ZIPPER note book Three ring zipper notebook with two accessory compartments, boosters for opening easily. Sun tan or Ringer In talex . . . leather like, scratch and scuff resistant. 2. plus 30% Ur Photo Album Collect your favorite snap shots and take them along In this compact nlbum. A "Ilml" with n tiny coin purae . . . built in. $1 Shoe Mittens Custom Jtnit mittens that prevent scuffing, saves closet space. Styled for men or women. Fine cotton. Two pairs lo the box. $1 Billfold A "must" for back to school. Styled with a compartment for bills, for change with a picture folder that will hold up to six pictures. Pl'» Pastels and bright col- '-·% i» ors. $1 Shoe Racks Floor type rack of sturdy metal with rubber tipped legs, Kcop.s shoos off the floor in a compact space. Ideal for clorm closets. 1.95 Skirt and Blouse Hanger Alctal racks that hold three skirts and three to six blouses. A space saver for your closet. A wonder for back to school. 1.95 Angel Treds Lounge-time, study-time favorites in gay corduroy. The scuffs for comfort in small, medium And large sizes. 1 utility chest 4 drawer drawer 9.98 13.98 Plastic quilted covering over a sturdy wood frame. Compact storage space . . . for home, for dirm rooms. Choose from several gay colors. Garment Bags Quilted plastic garment bags keep your clothes clean, compact. Ideal for storage. Complete with full length zipper. 37" jumbo size, 5?" 8 (irment flit. 3. 3. laundry bags Heavy white Hckln* bags with a double draw cord. Hanff In your closet on hook or over hanger. $1 Notion* ~ DowniUlrg Store Mail Ord«rt Wtlcom*

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