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August 20, 1952

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

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4 Auq. 20, 1957, Maion Cllj- Klobe'-fiaitlte, AUtnn (.'113-, It. Hold Funeral Friday for Charles City Man CHARLES CITY--Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Friday . at St. John's.. Lutheran Church for Hermnn S. . Hopkus, 75, Charles City, who died unexpectedly at his farm 13 miies southeast of Charles City Monday. He had been working with his tenant and complained of feeling ill. He had decided to return to Charles City when derith occurred. Burial will be in Sunnyside Memory- Gnrdcns with Grossman's in chnrge. Mr. HApkes came to the United Stales from Germany fit the age of 35. lie made his home near Parkersburg. He w«s married lo IJena Rolntz, March 4,1003. They farmed for many ycnrs in Butler County. Because of poor henllh ho limited his f a r m i n g to an acreage for 10 years before moving to; their pros cnt home three yenrs ago.' ;'Survivors ;ire his wife, nrul /pur children: Mrs. - D a l e Oslcnnnn, and Mrs. H o y ' ' H u r s t , both of Charles City], Biirno Hopkcs', Minneapolis, _J.Iinn., George Hopkes, Slletz, Ore.; four grandchildren and ono'^grbat grandchild. O'n e brother, {SetveH Hopke«, of Germany hjsb 1 siirvlvofi. ,,Sponsor Banquet COULTRIl -- The Helping Hand Society, \yyi sponsor a mother- daughter banquet Sunday .'it 0:30 p.m. MIsrf Sailit! Austin, director of religious,·· education «(, Trinity Lulhcrnii Church, Mnson City, will he the guest.'.speaker. Clyde Beatty Circus Coming With Plenty of Top Talent U f t r n u n i once said, '.'Clowns nre* tho pe^s on which to Jiang'a dr- C U K , " . ' / . . ' · · ' . ' The Clyde Beiitty Clrciis, coming to 'tins North lown Fairgrounds ai Mftson City \YociiicsUny, Aug. 27, has more than two-score' of thesu necessary ftinny pegs. Under tliu diraetlmi of Kddle Dul- AUCTION Friday, August 22, 1952 1:00 O'clock CATTLE A lot of good cattle wer» consl0nod/to Iho snip . Tn« m»i-ktt on all butcher cattle was very active. Plnin quality stock c»ttl«. *ra selling much lower and hard )o iall. Quality c«ttlt jy»Jn good damaud. Loland Dudley of Sheffield topped our fat c»fHe market wl'Hi 1,100 Jbs. s i r s , iof $32.10 cwr.;''1,060 Ib. »tr». »t J31.7S cwt, and 835 Ib, heifarj at $31.60 cwt. Raymond Butcher of Aredale sold mixed cattle. Lnuronco Nocdonhaus of Sheffield ibid corn-fod steers. H. Hogan of Forest City sold mixed cittl*. K. S. Sorenson of Hanlontown sold 1,500 Ib. fleshy, steers. Raymond Hofer of Ventura sold 19 choic* feeding holf«rs, wt. 470 IDS. Ed Stevens of Mason City sold f»t c.ows. Also 258 West- ·rn stock st««r's were sold, wt. 350 to 600 Ibs. Consign your livestock lo tho Clear LaW Auction Co. and r«c«lve ths b«htflts,of the comp«tltlv» biddlno by the m«hy packer*, buyers, farmers and feeders who attend th« sal* *v«ry w««k. r ( / *~*j ^ W« art 'receiving shipments of light, weight stock from ihe West every vy««k. Plan to attend the Clear Lako sale on Friday. CONSIGN. YOUR LIVESTOCK,. TO THE CLEAR LAKE AUCTION' CO. FOR PROMPT SALE AND \ ' ' COMPLETE SATISFACTION ' CLEAR LAKE AUCTION CO. winter (he young worlders too . . . in warm, washable Corduroy so-o-o pert looking in school . . . at play Above- pin wnlc ciniliuoy Jumptr with i:onti ;iMinK belt. In red,, copper or Rict-n. .·ii7pi .1 In Sim 1 lo M $2.99 $3.99 Al l«l'l -Iwn piece jerkin set in uln wnlo i-imlnroy. Million frliiu on ioi'k«ts nnd \c.-tir. Sizes 3 lo fix in veil. Rn-cn or roppn. Siics V tn 11 In red, Green, rust or uoia, f i l i e s 3 In Sizr.i 7 In II $2.99 $3.99 Chonsi! from a \vU|c Variety of adorable bloujpx In nylon, broadcloth ami Ever- Slme wrinkle resistant waffle wenvns. pi'blilc \vi-nvcs, pltiu'cx nr |n!l.ihcd cottons. Tucks, dniliroltlcry ;nd niushinK trlnu. Short or push.up sleeves. White- only, sues 3 to fix ami 7 In H. $1.59 and $1.99 BARON'S l u m , producing clown, some of the world's most famous jesters wll present Bklts, walk-a-rouhds ant fciitureti displays. . · In addition to Clyde Beatty anc his world f a m o u s wild animal dis play, the world's greatest wild ani mid circus gllslcns with many of Spnnglclaml's .greatest stars. Such Internationally f a m o u s names as Con Colleiuio, wknrd o the silver strand and the only man who has ever accomplished a for ward, somersault on the wire; the famous Eriksor. Troupe, the Bon las; 1'npe and Rence, perch pole artists; tho Flying Harolds, and many other top-flight features are among the 300 performers listed uiulor the big show's banner. Performances will be at 3 nnd 8 p. in., with the main gates opening at 2 niul 7 p. m. , Floyd County Native Dies at Charles City CHAHLES CITY--Funeral services will be held lit 2 p. in, Thursday at (he Mauser Funeral Home, for Mrs. Margaret Woodworlh, 76, who died at the home of h o r (laughter, Mrs. Lee Fcnholt, at Charles City, Tuesday. She had lived here three weeks. Mrs, Woodworth had been in failing health for three years. Mrs. Alfred Eggert read the Christian Science service, nncl burial will be in Riverside Cemetery. / .Mrs. Woodworth was born Oct. 20, 1875, In Nilcs Township, daughter of Milton and ..Adelaide Secoy Hpwlcy. She was ninrricd to Edwin \V. Woodworlh' who died in September, .1925. Sirs. ·Clarence J u l i a n , another daughter, four grandchildren a r i d five great grandchildren, and one brother Jesse Rowley, Nilcs Township survive. Charles City Briefs Mrs. ft. Frank [folmnii, Moberly Mo., m o v e d ' t o Charles City Sat in-day lo itinke her home, with ' h o t son and duuglUor-iii-hvw, Mr. and Mrs, Hoy Holnian, 100G Clark Street. A marriage' Hcense was obtained jit the office of District Court Clerk L. V. Leigh here Friday by John H. Montgomery, 18, of Fort Dodge, and Beverly L. Losce, J5, of Hockford. Air. and Mrs. J. C. Frisbie, rural, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Guy H a l l , Hillings, Mont. The Halls are former Charles City residents. Mr. nnd Mrs. Bill Waller, the former Fern Eggen, nnd daughter Kalhy, Hollywood, Calif., are visit ing Mr. Waller's mother, Mrs. A[. W. Waller, anil other relatives in Charles City nncl vicinity. Births as reported at the Cedar Valley Hospital Saturday included sons to Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth 0 Jacobson, nnd Mr. nnd Mrs. Rus sell Bass, all of Charles City, and Mr. and Mrs. John Ingles, of Rock ford, and Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Marth, of Rudd. Mrs. I,. E. Ruble, Washington, D.C., arrived Friday night to spend the weekend with Mrs. C. W. Mc- Quillcn and her daughter, Janan. Mr. and Mrs. Dunne Phelps and daughter. Cyndy Kayc, of Garnavillo, are guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. G. F. Wcssel, 40Q'/i North Grand Avenue. PURCHASE HOME CRESCO - Mrs. Joe McCabe bought the Airs. Albert Glass six- room partly modern residence on Fifth Ave. West, sold at auction Friday evening. Price paid was $4,750.' Airs. McCabe will move to the place from her farm northeast of Crcsco, near Plymouth Rock. Mrs. Glass lias moved to Dallas, Te.v. Name Leading Fair Entries of Ayr shires B, C. Stevenson and Son, Rice- vilte, was named premier exhibitor and breeder [n the open class Ayrshire judging at the North Iowa Fair. Earlier at tho All-Iowa Fair at ledar Haptds, they exhibited the grand champion Ayrshire c o w which copped similar honors at the North Iowa Fair. Placings as determined by Floyd Arnold, extension dairyman at Iowa Slnlo College, included: Bull calf, born July l, 1950, to March 1, 3052--B. C. Stevenson Sons, 1st; bull, senior yearling, born.July l, 1051, to June 30, 1951 --B. C. Stevenson Sons, 1st; junior champion bull--D. C, Stevenson Sons; bull, two years old, born July J, 10-19, to June 30, 1050--C. L. Hall Son, Mcscrvey, 1st. Senior chnmpion a n d g r a n d tampion bulls--C. L. Hall Son; Heifer, calf, born July I, 1051, to March :i, 1952--B. C, Stevenson Sons, 1st, 2nd and 3rd; C. L. Hall Son, 4th; hetfer, junior yeariing, born Jan. I , 1951, to June 30, 1951 --B. C. Stevenson Sons, 1st and 2nd; heifer, senior yearling, born J u l y L, 1050, to Dec. 31, 1950--B. C. Stevenson "'Ac Sons, 1st; C, L: Hall Son, 2nd. Junior champion female--B. C. Stevenson; junior get of sire--B. C. Stevenson Sons, 1st and 2nd; C. L. Hall Son, 3rd; cow, two years old, born July 1, 1949, to June 30, 1950, B. C, Stevenson Sons, 1st and 2nd; cow, three yeaVs old, born July 1,1948, to June 30,1949-B. C. Stevenson Sons, 1st and 2nd. Cow, four years old, born July 1, 1947, to June 30, 1948--B. C. Stevenson Sc Sons, 1st; cow, five years old and over, born before July 1, 1947--B. C. Stevenson Sons, 1st and 2nd, and C. L. Hall Son, 3rd; senior champion and grand champion females--B. C. Stevenson Sons; dairy herd--B. C. Stevenson Sons. Best three females--B. C. Stevenson Sons, 1st and 2nd; C. 1. Hall,'3rd; cow, 1 in milk, any.age, judged on udder alone--B. C. Stevenson Sons, 1st,- 2nd and 3rd, and C. L,. Hall, 4th; get of sire--B. C. Stevenson Sons, 1st and 2nd- C. L. Hall; 3rd. "V · . Produce of dam--B, C. Stevenson Sc Sons, 1st and 2nd; C. L. Hall, 3rd; B . C . ' Stevenson Sons, 4th. ARM FRACTURED THOMPSON -- M a r v i n Lehman, farmer, suffered a broken left arm, when he fell from a ladder while trimming a tree on his farm. He wSs n patient 5n the'Buffalo Center hospital a few days to de termine other possible injuries. Charles City Man Injured in Collision CHARLES CITY--Dean M. Max- 'son, 30, Charles City, is in the Cedar Valley Hospital in a serious condition following a collision be,- tween his car and a gravel :truck on a secondary road seven miles west and south of Greene. Maxson suffered a head concussion and minor abrasions. A passenger in the Maxson car was treated at the hospital as an out-patient and released. The accident occurred oni a gravel road. The truck was driven by Edward R. Santero, 30,'Garner, and owned by Lester Smith, Greene. Butler'County Sheriff Pete E. Boomgarden, who investigated the accident, said the car was traveling north and the truck east and turning south when the accident occurred. Sheriff Boomgarden said the OLDER FOLKS with ITCHING SKIN For the nagginc, maddening, persistent itch of dry skin, so common to folks past middle age, Rosinol Ointment is n special, soothing relief. Acts in place of misalnjr natural skin oils -- works fait, and comfort laata. How good it feels not to have to scratch and scratch. Get Reilnol *nd get relief. All drue store: truck bumper collided with the left rear door of the car. The truck was not damaged nor its driver injured. The sheriff estimated damages to the car at about ?1,500. Maxson's physician said late Tuesday that he was resting as well as could be expected. Boy Misses Jump, Suffers Leg Gash LITTLE CEDATC--Darrell Michel, 12, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Michel, misgaugcd the distance of a jump froia the tractor seat, over f ' »n an oi! can, to the ground, and hh right leg was ripped when it came in contact with the draw bar of the tractor. He was taken to the Mitchell County Memorial Hospital at Osage where 20 stitches were necessary to close the deep gash. Darrell was released from the hospital but will be using crutches for some time. SERVE SUPPER · i THORNTON--The'Luther Le'a'gu'e of St. Paul's American Lutheran Church will serve a,supper Saturday. Serving will begin at 5 p.m. and continue until all are' taken care of, "^ i .· l , · 27° INTEREST On 12 Month Certificates of Deposit, Minimum ?500 FIRST NATIONAL BANK MASON CITY,,IOWA -- FOUNDED IN 1869 Invested Capitol more than $1,600,000.00 A GOOD BANK TO TIE TO Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation at 30 E. State August Storm Coat Lay-a-way Sale FOR 3 DAYS ONLY THURSDAY -- FRIDAY -- SATURDAY SAVE Here's how you con save 10% on your new storm coat. WE'LL MATCH YOUR DOWN PAYMENT UP TO 10% . . . for example, if you select a $50 coat, you pay $5 down, we pay $5 down, too. Leaving a balance of only $40 on layaway. SPECIAL, SHOWING OF STORM COATS A factory representative will be in our store ail day Thursday. He will have on display a complete line of new models plus samples of Tweeds . . . Coverts . . . Gabardines and stock materials. Select your own model and material and your new coat will be made up specially for you at NO EXTRA COST! . . . In fact you can save 10% by buying now. Coatj from . . . $39.50 to $100 30 E. State Phone 242 WHERE GOOD CLOTHING IS NOT EXPENSIVE

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