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16 New Highway at Garner Brings 2 Oil Stations GAHNKR--Two now gas s'talions will soon rnaki! their appearance on (ho newly constructor! Highway 18 north of Garner. The Midland Oil Company Is erecting a station at the north approach of the viaduct west of Garner and the Standard Oil Company has leased a new station which will soon be constructed on the corner at the intersection of State Street and Highway IK on the north edge of Garner. Just Plain Tr!ppÂ«d I PIQUA, O. UP -- Six-year-old Joyce Lauby, who has had two arms broken, has a simple explanation of how it happens. "I fell and it broke," she said in telling h'ow she broke her arm on the eve of her sixth birthday anniversary. Asked what she trippud over, she said, "Nothing." ^ Â» \ * I I * '. ^ FIRST; in Corro Gorc'lo County with tit least throe yeiirs d-'II xpericnco who exhibited books nt he North Town Fair. Twenty-six received blue ribbons :ind fivo earned red ribbons. The Vorth lown Fnir. co-oponUed will) the 4-1 [ girls by providing cash prize Incentives, and the Farmers Cp-Ofiornlivc Gas and Oil Company, Mason City, will Kcml the girl exhibiting the best book to tho Chicago Inlcrmilionnl in Chicago. The trip winner will be announced at the 4-11 banquet in November. (ilÂ»he-.iJUGlift vlmto \y Bclimlilt Â·; BLUE RIB I JON RECORD BOOK--Laura DoGraw oi' the Povtlnnd Lively Lassies, Rockforcl, shows her 4-H loop time record book that contains a history of her activities in club Â·work for tho past eitfht years, Laura was one ol! 42 'I-II. 120 Careers Shown at SUI Fair Exhibit IOWA CITY -- "Opportunity for Careers" will bo Uio theme of the State University of Iowa's exhibit at this year's Stato Fair in DCS Moincs, Aug. 2'i-Sopt. 1, university officials have announced. Emphasis will bo placed on the 320 careers for which students may prepare themselves at tho vinlvcr- slty, with, special attention being ifivbri. to:physical therapy and the new lown Hospital School for se verely handicapped "children, Tho three-section exhibit Will be arranged as follows; ; 'One section will outline the 120 career training programs In a background selling. Between a model of Old. Capitol building, sym bollc of the university and the back ground; moving, figures representing the different profcssiolns .wil pfoss, in review. Life-size, culoul models of high school graduates will be shown studying tlic career chart. \ The' secoild section will'''feature physical .therapy as one of the 120 careers anti will display equipment used at ihc University hospitals. A physical .therapist will demonstrate the use of this equipment us recommended by doctors. A model of the new Iowa hospital school, with actual equipment and enlarged photographs depicting treatment to be available for handicapped children, will compose the third section. Lee W. Cochran, executive assistant of the extension division, will bu in charge of the exhibit.! . In addition to the exhibit, the Stale! University of Iowa will present educational motion pictures, along with other instltiutlons under the board of education, and distri buto publications relating to services offered by. the university. TRY A G-G CLASSIFIED AD! 314 S. Federal Phone 916 LEAN/SHOULDER PORK STEAK FRESH GROUND GROUND BEEF LEAN, MUTTON ROAST, CHOPS pound F-OOD N/lARKET 19 Ninth St.,":N.Er . GUOCERX AND DKLICATESSEN rHONE 1722 Â» GKOCERIES Â· MEATS Â· FHKSII VEGETA1JLES Â· KOSIIEH [MEATS Â· ICE CHEAIV! Â· MtCT/EN FOODS Open Dnlly 7 A. M. to 9 V. M., Except Sunday, 8 A. M. to 7 L'. HI. WE R E S E R V E THE RIGHT TO LIMIT Clear Lake Sweet Creamery m ujvi lb. 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