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Mason City, Iowa
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Tuesday, August 19, 1952
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6 Aug. 19, _ 1952 Ma*m City Globo-(i*itlfr, Maipn C'liy, U. MasonCity alendar ;'-- IHah School reel«lrnllon. AUfl. 2S-'-M-- IOWR. Open Golf Tournament, Mason City C J o l f a n d Country Club. ADO Z9-- Butjneo-Imlugiry-Educallon Day, KEPT. 2-- All Mason City chool reopen SEPT. 2^-El Kshlr Slirin* ceremonial. SEPT. 27-- Iowa JIlKh-Twclvo convention. SEl'T. 27-- VFW nnil A u x i l i a r y a n n u a l Poppy Day. . HERE IN f MASON GitY Alteration^ Mrs, E«rl McKlbbtn - 700 9th N. iW. Ph. 5004LW. .. ~ Get your tr»v«l«r» checks *t th« - Firsl National Hank of Mason City " Convenient and safe. 1' Rummage Sale Wed. and Thurt - 2-1 15 S. E. rear door. ~ ' O'Brien PalnU at Shepherd*. Mr. and Mrs. Everert Norm - Lincoln, Neb., f o r m e r l y of Masoi - Cily, are the parents of a sever " pound, 3 ounce son born Aug. 18 " Airs. T. G. Connel, 223 J2th ,S. 1C. "' is tlie ]aternal g r a n d m o t h e r . Mrs ~ Nunn's address Is St. Kll/.abetl M Hospital, lloom -I27, Lincoln. ~ For a complete stock of window ~ glass see Boomhowcr lid we. ~ Save Money; L a u n d r l t e Sel ~ Servo Lnundry, 27 lls. washec I and dried, $1.70. '" Rummage Sale Thuri., 9 to 5. 71 ^' S. Carolina. - 180 Spred Satin c o l o r s · ~ Payne's. ~ Mr. and Mrs. R i c h a r d McMahon ; 3020 1st S. W., left for Waterlo ·-· to attend the funeral services fo ~- Mrs. Mediation's brolher, Dcnni ~', Donovan, 39 Cascnden Avenue -·· ."Waterloo. - Seven calls for office help in on Z hour reccnlly. Salaries rnngci ~ from $17f) to $2. r 0. How would yo 1 « tike to h a v e one of these? .lust ;. Jllllo "special" t r a i n i n g w i l l ' d o t ~ Phono SMS or write arid ask u - - a b o u t this. The Hamilton School, ~. Big R u m m a g e Sale Wed., Aug rf.l-20 8 to 3. Good school clothes, 1: - dies' clothing, clilid's phoriogrnpl «* misc., Labor Temple, 510 S. Pcm Z. For Sale: Radio phono, comblna £' tlo'n I yr. old, like new. Kcas. 72 -- S. Penn. - Dear B i l l : If you w i l l l a k e me r 2.'the- Town House Keslmiranl fn "their delicious barbcc|iicd ribs a l ; be forgiven. Love, Delores. - M O T H E R ' D I E S ~ RUD.D--Mrs. Chester Tucker n -"..ccived word-Monday of Die death t 2% Mrs. Chester Tucker Sr, Mr. Tuck Iv cr had been .called to Konccvcrlc - \V. Vn., by tlio illness of his inoth " er. Mr, and Mrs. Tucker Sr., wcr TM.-enroulc from llieir home at H a s - sett, Va., io visit . t h e i r son nn " daughler-in-lnw at the I. W. Edi ~ home' in Kudd when .Mrs/Tiiekc . s u f f e r e d - n cerebral hemorrhage Funeral services wore to be in Basselt, Va.,.Titcsday, hcl : RHEUMATISM-ARTHRITI : MUSCLES 1 JOINTS :. .IsffiRVES I' Dr. R. W. Shultz, D. 0. " Room G'll, Hanford Hotel - PHONE 2DGO ~ Mason ,Cily, lown Cerro Gorc/o County Rural Schools to Open Sept. 7-2 Thirty-seven teachers from 31 ural schools will h a v e their first official" fathering of the 1052-53 chool year when they meet with rtrs. Hnzcl V, Chappell, Cerro ordo County supcrintcmlenl of ehoois, at 9 vi. m. AUK. 28. Mrs, Chappell has scheduled the meeting to go over plans for the omlng school year. Cerro Gordo Jaunty rural schools will open ept. 2. However, several will start n Labor Day, Sept. 1. Teachers from throughout the ounty, with the exception of Maon City Public School instructors, vlll also attend the "Cerro Gordo County Improvement of Inslruc- ion Day" scheduled at the Clear ,,ako Senior High School Aug. 29. 'Guidance" will he the theme of he meeting, Dugan to Sp**k Registration will get the Clear ke meeting underway at B:.'iO a. m. Dr. Wlllard Dugan from the Jnivcrslly of Minnesota will he he keynote speaker. Several fac- illy momlicrs from /own Stale Teachers College and Iowa State College also will a t t e n d , The Iowa educators w i l l be part )f discussion groups with the m a i n opics to d e a l with g u i d a n c e , vocations, persona 11 lies and othei resource" suttject.v with which cachers will come into contact d u r i n g the coming school year. Assisting Mrs, Chappell In the office are Mrs. iHielah Sfmonii, elo- n e n t a r y school supervisor; Miss Alberta Cochram, school nurse; Mrs. Elaine Parks, a d m i n i s t r a t i v e t s s i s t a n t , nnd M r s . Mite S m i t h , clerk. Assignments Listed Mrs. Chappcll has a n n o u n c e d the names and assignments of the 37 rural school teachers. They arc: Lime Creek Township--No. 3, Mrs. K a t e Kinder; No. -1, Mrs. Dor)thy Ren, No. 5, Mrs. I v a n Me- Donough; No. 7, M r s . Alberta Kirchhoff; No. a {Sugar Kaclory School,) Mrs. Ilutli Berhow, Mrs. Lucy Nelson and M r s . M a r i l y n Hall. Lincoln Township--No. I, M r s . Crystal L i c l i r n a n ; Wo. 2, Miss Laura King; No. 3, Mrs. Vcra M u r - phy; No. 7, Mrs. Frances Lee H a l l ; No. 0, Miss Bernicc Scholl. Grant Township--No. 0, Mrs Florence Cannon. Hubbnrd School -- Mrs. Hanoi TIaclcbartli. Lake Township--No. ·!, Mrs. Mnx- nc Aitchison; No. 5, Mrs. Kutl Heiinagir; No. 7, Mrs. Alcsia .Slo c u m . · Mason Township--No. ·! (Centra Heights,) Mrs. Margaret Smiley Miss Hiftln Peterson, Mrs. Meier iUslhu, Miss Florence Palmer aiu Mrs. Feme JJlrl; No. 7,JHiss Glat! ys Nelson; · No. 8, Miss Lillian N o u ; ' N o . 0, Mrs. Virginia Snyder. Portland Township--No. 2, Mrs. Jennie Lou Held; No. G, Mrs. H u n nah McLaughlin. Owen Township -- No. '2, Mrs Nottie Carle; No. 3, Mrs. Jessie. Strahorn; No. 5, M r s . Lorraine Mllloy. B n l h Township--No. 2, Miss Am N l e m a n ; No. 3, Mrs. Anna Kis net 1 . Ml. Vernon Township--No.' 1, Mrs. Elvem Salisbury; No. 2, Mrs Addie Hnnlcy; No. 4, Mrs. Elsie Bussii; No. 5, Mrs. Mabel Brown Genesco Township--No. 0, Mrs Dorothy nielcfeld. NEWS o/ ! RECORD Divorces Granted A re L e y A. H l a n e k tram f.eo 1. Ktanek on (rounui o( cruelly. She l« ti have custody of three chlldreu. title to certain real r»tate and a l l , household ruotli and the If to pay court coiti. Mirrlcd March Hi, 1010. £epr*ted July 3, \'JM Marriage Licenses Franklin David Summtrland. '41, liinek ley, Minn., anil I.oU KUIne Harmtrom. yt. Pine ;ity, Mlmi.i D » v l d O. K e l m . 21, and UeurcU Jewell, IK, both ol St. 1'aul New Car Sales A l f r e d lUnien, nil I !lh N.W,, outh! K. G. 'Morne, .11:1 2nd N.K.. rolet t r u c k ; Lloyd i.anon, K o u l e ;! mobile. Plym- Chev- Old,- Police Court CALL 731 G. I. CAB LINE D l x n r d c r l y ^'ouclucl--Kaymoud H. Tent ley, -0, !»!·: Kll.nnre N . W . I Hlchard I). I'lerce, 1ft, 201 ISlh N.K., each forfeited bond. The men were M^iprehended a f t e r 4 f i l l i l Monday afternoon, police »jld. l.eavftiic Scrnu of A c c i d e n t -- H a y I'letz .',0, HO^ S. Federal, cale continued until Wednesday, relemed on S10U bond. Intoitcatlon--Clifford II. Wa*im, :iO iliya in the county jail! (.Filer W. Snell, r.'. Oci Molnen, f o r f e i t e d il'i )nnd. O v e r t i m e I'arklnx--Oon {Lenten, ^'^1 ^^th 8. W.; (i. A. S t u d o r , « 1st N. H . i V.. «. K l a t l e y . M W u i t v i c n D r i v e ; Wllforil Ollle.s, ( i a r t i e r i I,. A. .Voe, ::f'.i S. Federali Helen Abdo, Clear I . u k e i .M. K. .Mn (in. Clear Lake! J i m I . e v l i u y , Clear I . n k r i 11. \\ '/Jik, i:lIH 1-retldent N. W.; C. K. Jicohi 5»n, ClD^r l.iikni J i m ittlller, 110'J Dili S. W.. racli f r j i f e l l e i l SI i Kenneth Me Clemniiii, tlll.'l WIKnn S. W., forfeited i'i for two v l u l l l t m s . I m p r u p r r 1 ' u r k l n R -- I . e n n a n l U. Yanr.y DCS M u l n e i ; i:. f t . O l i v e r , J e f f e r s o n , .S. I).: W. l.aS;illc. M e m p h f s . Tenn.l \ui Holland, l l n u l r 1, .Mjr,!i]i City: VS'llliam Hyburll, Hiickwell. r u c h f o r f e i t e d S I . Globe-Gazette photo by Musscr JOINING AIR FORCE--Five North lowans left Mason City Monday to join the Air Force. From Des Moines they will fly to San Francisco, Calif., and then to Parks Air Force Base, Calif., for 12 weeks training. From left to right arc Gervin Green, 819 Virginia N.E.; Gerald Dulton, Algona; David McCray, 309 W. State; Roger Larson,Route 1, Mason City, and William C o f f i n Jr., Clear Lake. _ ' phufo by CiLMjs ( J E T S U I M ^ J E S H E A D Y -- M r s . E l a i n e Parks, a d m i n i s t r a - tive a.H.HiaUint to t h e county . s u p e r i n t e n d e n t of schools ( l e f t ) , and .Mrs. Mao S m i t h , clerk in the s u p e r i n t e n d e n t ' s o f f i c e , are busy t h i s woek g e t t i n g textbooks and record forms ready for d i s t r i b u t i o n to rural schools in Cerro Gordo County. C o u n t y schools w i l l open Sept. 2. A. H. Jackson Rites to Be on Wednesday A r t h u r II. Jackson, 52, lite-long resident of K o e k w e l l , died at his ionic :il 3 i. ni. i^omlay, follow ng an illness. He was born Jn Rockwell Dee. 22, 18!K), and was a m e m b e r of the Kirst U n n t i s t Cluireli. » S u r v i v i n g arc his wife, Hclenci daughter, iMr.s. Mary Chadwcll Des Moines; two sons, Ilayinoiu Jackson, Lai-orio City, ai)tl Oorilon Jackson, Rockwell; three j,'''''"id- children, Pamela Chadwcll, vSusan and Terry Jackson; his f a t h e r William Jackson, Koclcwcil. Two sisters, Mrs. II. E. ( E d i t h ) Sawyer, Clear Lake; Mrs. A. W. ( L i l l i a n ) Allen, Superior, Wis., nnd five brothers, W i l l i a m L. Jackson, b u n b u r ; Alfred, Hows; Clayton, Osagc; George, R o c k w e l l ; Walter Mason Cily. (to was preceded in dcatli by his mother ami one brother. Funeral services w i l l be hold a 2 p. m. Wednesday at the Cougre gntional Church, Uoekwcll, With the llcv. A r t h u r Healy, pastor oC the First Baptist Church, Rockwell, of ficintiiig. Friends may call n t the f a m i l j residence in .Rockwell after 'I p. m Tuesday until 12:'15 p. m. Wedues d a y , when the body will be Inkci to the church. Friends may cal (here from I to J i'-JS p. m. At (lie rct)uusl of the f a m i l y the caskc will not be reopened a f t e r thi church service. Interment will be at the Hockwcl Cemetery. The Patlerson-Jamc Funeral Home at Rockwell is ii charge. FLOYD and LEONARD AUTO ELECTRIC Is Pleased to Announce That Mr. CAREL SHULTZ Has Taken Over the Duties of Electrical and Speedometer Service Mr. Shultz is well qualified in the above services, having spent 4 years as service manager at the Lapiner Motor Co. and the past 2 years as service manager, electrical and speedometer service man at M and L Motor Supply Co. Bring or send your speedometers to Floyd and Leonard. V' day service. We also sell and service all automotive electrical units, carburetors, lights, brakes, batteries, small gas engines, power mowers, etc. Come in today. Floyd Leonard Auto Electric MR. CAREL SHULTZ 116 South Washington INCORPORATED Mason City, Iowa Fire Calls * :/:.1," n. in. Tuesday to the lUagon City I l l g l i Sellout, --ill K. S t a t e , fir,- In I n s u l a t i o n above g y m n a s i u m , tint on ar- r l n i l . Births Reported Al M e r c y llonpUaU--lluy to Mr. and Sirs.' A v o n W r i g h t , Charles City, Mond a y ! hoy to Mr. and Mrx. I,eKoy Tlede- inaii, 1'M I Mil N.E., Mondiiyi girl to -Mr. and F l r s l i l n g , Itonlo 1. .Mas City. M o n d a y ; clrl Io Mr. anil Mr». Ir- wln U n d e r t i e r e , Su'uletlalc. Tueitlay: i to Mr. itntl .Mrs. G e r a l d Ilesley, ·!'!» l::ili S . K . , Tllesiliiy. (At I'ark H o s p i t a l ) -- ( " r l r l to Mr. anil Mrs. S t a n l e y M u c n k e , M a n l y . M o n d a y . Realty Transfers K u n p l n g e r , H e r m a n A. and t.ydla A.* to K e n n c l l i M. Tordott anil Iva. SI, ( W D ) a |iart of Lot I. In A n d . P l a t of I.ot II, ex. the K. IP l i n k s and the K. ^ rods of Lot 10 In And. p l a t of NW'/i S-!lli-'JI). ft-'ill-a'J. O l e j n n . William .M. linil Dorolliy K., to D a v i d II. H r u n u e r , Jt, ( W r » Lot J, Illk. i, In Oleion'* Adit, to M. (.'.. ti-'J-S't. LIONS ZONE CHAIRMAN--Don Gilbert, post president of the Mason City Lions Club, has been appointed chairman of zone 2 of district 9A of Lions Clubs by Frank Shimanek, Monticello, district governor. Gilbert will be in charge of territory between Clear Lako and Riceville in which nino clubs are functioning. His first contact wtih his now position will be a cabinet meeting in Waterloo Sept. 7. . Phones 1235 - 1236 Condition Serious of Youngster Hit by Polio The information service of the State University of Iowa Hospitals reported Tuesday t h a t 13-year-old Theresa Huston, "Mason City, is in ''serious condition" at the hospital a f t e r being stricken with polio. The information service, in a special release to newspapers and radio''stations,' said lite condition o£ Kobcrl While, 38, Clear Lake, was "fair." · Theresa Huston is the daughter of Mrs. Laura Huston, 428 Fourth N.E. She was admitted to the hospital at Iowa City Sunday. White, lht father of four children, ;ilso was admitted Sunday. An u n o f f i c i a l t a l l y M o n d a y showed that nine polio cases have been rcporlcd in the county this year. Four of these were in Mason City with two persons stricken last weekend. O. A. Merkel Rites Held at Chapel Funeral services for Oscar A. Merkel, 73, who died suddenly Saturday, were held at the Major Memorial Chapel Monday afternoon, with Doclor Edward W. Day, pastor of Hie First Methodist Church, Clear Lake, officiating. , Mrs. Roy'Servison played obse- quial music on the organ. Members of Ihe Mason City and Clear Lake Rotary Clubs and members of the board of direclors of Ihe M u t u a l Federal Savings and Loan Association allendect t h e services in groups. Interment will be at the Oakridge Cemetery at Springfield, 111. Services also will be conducted at Springfield. The . Major Funeral Home was in charge. HEARING AIDS golden color Zenith "REGENT Senior High School Registration to Start Wednesday Mason Cily High School students will begin registering for the 195251! school year Wednesday at 8 a.m. Registration, according to Principal P. 0. Brimsvold, will continue each day until 5 'p.m. Friday. Students will receive their class schedules and locker, assembly and home room assignment. Coat and gym locker deposits of 50 cents each and a towel fee of $1 a semester should be paid at the time of, registration, Brunsvoid said. Vocal students will be required to pay an additional $4 fee. The position of court jester was last filled in England during the reign of the first Queen Elizabeth, says the National Geographic Society. Dr. Glen M. Krogh DENTIST 6 ) 1 Brick Tile Bldg. P H O N E 1 1 8 9 I D - O A T M O N E Y - B A C K Kattcrlei Fur All Hearlm Aldi CASEY DRUG CO. 335 South Federal STEEL DON IS jewels. Sweep seconds. Stainless steel case. Scaled against m o i s t u r e and dirt. $62.50 CONVENIENT TtBMS WATCHES Glohc-Oazcttc iihnto by Musscr GO 0\VN WAYS--The Froehle twins of Bancroft are going their own way in the service. Robert Edward Froehle (left) is going into the Air Force, while his brother, Richard John Froehle, has decided on the Navy. They left Monday for Des Moines. Richard will go to San Diego, Calif., for 11 weeks recruit training in the Navy, and Robert will go to Parks Air Force Base, Calif., for 12 weeks training. Save PLACE .YOUR TIME MONEY WITH US- CERTIFICATES OF DEPOSITS WILL BEAR 2% INTEREST ON 12 MONTH BASIS- MINIMUM BALANCE $500.00 UNITED HOME BANK A t e m h c r ^-. ^T~^ ^^ Member Federal JoJ ' I "OTTOT^ I t \ Federal Deposit I!«ervo ^Cr JL J C V U O 1 VLy. « n »«TM"« Syjtcni ^^ t CorparattoD Owncil and Operated by 1'our Friends and Neighbors Mason City's Only Home Owned Bank PROFIT BY USING GLOBE-GAZETTE WANT ADS DIVORCE GRANTED CHARLES CITY--Judge T. A. Jearcimore in ilislrict c o u r t lanlccl a divorce Io Bonnie J. S T ortou, 20, Rockford, from William Norton Jr., 28, on a cruel and :ihuman treatment charge. Mrs. Norton was given the custody of a ninor child by the court. Tbe Nor- ons were married May 31, 1949, in ,os Angeles, Calif., and parted rc- ·ently. Start saving yourself NOW! get a THE O R I G I N A L AUTOMATIC CLOTHES DRYER Why wait! Team a Hamilton with your present washer (whether it's wringer, spinner or automatic) and turn your back on the real work of washday. No lifting, stooping, stretching! Make Hamilton--the original and the fastest automatic clothes dryer--your next appliance. You'll be a new woman! HOME APPLIANCE COMPANY 20 Second N. E. Ph. 142 DIAMONDS EAST STATE STREET It's Back-to-School time . . time to get your WARDROBE CLEANED and reconditioned . ... .. Let Lyons expert cleaners give a new-look sparkle to your last year's clothes. We use the latest scientific methods and cleaning materials. Don't wait, get ready for fall, call us today. FOR THE FINEST DRY CLEANING AVAILABLE PHONE 600 FOR PICK-UP . . . PROMPT, EFFICIENT SERVICE

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