The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on August 20, 1952 · Page 5
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August 20, 1952

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 5

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Legion Auxiliary Committees Named PLYMOUTH-The American Legion Auxiliary met at the home of Mrs. Beuna Gould with Maureen Mensch. as assistant hostess. Mrs. Ethel Helm, president, named her committees for the year as follows: Americanism, H a r r i e t Hugi, Tempie Tretttn, Alice Reynolds; child welfare, Maxine Woodbouse; civil defense, Beuna Gould- community service, Irene Miller. , Constitution and by-laws, Vera Harman; education, D o r o t h y Friedline; gold star and memorials, Vida Claus; junior activities, D o r o t h y Friedline; legislation, Irene .Miller; music, Harriet Mik- kalson. . Membership, A l i c e Reynolds; Pan American, Sally Mickaels; poppy, Maureen Mensch; publicity, Tempie Trettin; radio, Marjoric Anderson; rehabilitation, Harriet Mikkalson. RUDD--A son was born to Air. and Mrs. Robert Burcham at Mercy Hospital , in Mason City Aug. 12. Mr. and Mrs. Homer Burcham of Hudd are grandparents. Burcham is serving with the Navy in Korean waters. IqotConocosNEWtXS "'Mites No Wear Service! ·IN ow ia the time for all smart motorists to discover how Conoco'B great new "50,000 Miles- No Wear" Service helps engines last longer; perform better, use less gasoline and oil! This is exactly the same service that kept tost cars new in Conoco's spectacular "50,000 Miles ' --No Wear" road teat! In that famous 50,000-mile test, with 1,000- mile drains and proper filter service, teat car engines showed no wear of any consequence: in fact, an average of less than one one-thousandth inch on cylinders and crankshafts. Gasoline mileage for the last 5,000 miles was actually 99.77% as good as for the first 5,000. Now you can get tliis same 1-2-3 "50,000 Miles --No Wear" Service, at your Conoco Mileage Merchant's, today! Here's the Famous "50,000 Miles-No Wear" Service! mm W'£xtt *?" ff') VAi'/. ll " 'x'^ % ^ Y o u r C o n o c o Mileage Merchant Will Drain Out Grit and Sludge, preferably while engine is hot? "Hot-oil" drains every 1,000 ffliiea flush out grit, dirt, acid and contamination--leave your engine sparkling clean! *J He'll Recondition Air and Oil Filters! He'll clean filter elements, replace dirty cartridges, record mileage. Every time hood is lifted, he'll check mileage to be sure filters have oeen serviced at proper intervals. He'll refill with great Conoco SURST Motor Oil! Conoco Super is fortified with additives that curb dangerous accumulation of dirt and contamination --protect metal surfaces from corrosive combustion acids--fight rust-^and OIJPLATE against wear. 01952 CONTINENTAL OIL COMPANY Baldwin of Nashua Tops Swiss Show Vernon Baldwin of Nashua was judged premier breeder and exhibitor in the Brown Swiss open class dairy, division at (he North Iowa Fair. Placings as determined by Floyd Arnold, Iowa State College extcn sion dairyman, include: Bull calf, born July 1, 1950 to March 1, 1952-- G; A, Dadisman, Manly, 1st and 3rd; Vernon Baldwin, 2nd; junior champion 'bull-G. A. Dadisman; .bull, two years old, born July 1, 1949, to June 30, 1950-^Baldwin, 1st; Delos J, Armstrong, Mason City, 2nd. 1 Senior and-grand champion bulls --Baldwin; heifer calf, -born July i, 1951, to · March 1, 1952--Elaine Jurgemeyer, Ventura, 1st; Baldwin, 2nd; Lester L, Bilhnrtz Sons, Charles City, 3rd, . and Donald DadisuVan, 4th; heifer, junior yearling, born Jan. 1, 3951, to June 30, 1951--Baldwin, 1st; G. A. Dadisman, 2nd and Baldwin, 3rd. Heifer, senior yearling, born July 1, 1950, to Dec. 31, 1950--G. A. Dadismnn, 1st; Donald Dadisman, 2nd; G. A. Dadisman, 3rd, and Lester Bilhartz Sons,- 4(h; junior champion female--G. A. Dadisman; junior get of sire--G. A. Dadismun, 1st; Baldwin, 2nd. Cow, two years old, born July 1, 1949, to June 30, 1950--Donald Dadisman, 1st; Baldwin, 2nd; DC- los Armstrong Sons, 3rd, and Lester Bilhnrtz fe Sons, 4th; cow, three years oid, born 'July 1, 1948, to June 30, 1949--Baldwin, 1st; Lester Bilhartz Sons, 2nd and 3rd; cow, four years old, born July 1, 1947, to June 30,1948^-Bnldwin, 1st; Donald Dadismnn, 2nd; Lester Bilhartz Sons, 3rd. Cow, live years and over, born before July 1, 1947--Baldwin, 1st; Lester Bilhartz Sons, 2nd; Baldwin, 3rd; senior and grand champion females--Baldwin; dairy hcnl --Baldwin, 1st; Lester Bilhartz Sons, 2nd. Best three f e m a l e s -- Baldwin 1st; Lester Bilhartz Sons, 2nd and Donald Dadisman, 3rd; cow, in milk, judged on udder alone- Baldwin, 1st a n d - 2 n d ; Lester Bi] hartz Sons, 3rd; Delos J. Arm strong, 4th; get of sire--G. A Dadisman, 1st; Lester * Bilhartz Sons, 2nd; Baldwin, 3rd. Produce of dam--Baldwin, 1st G. A. Dadisman, 2nd; Lester Bil hartz Sons, 3rd; Baldwin, 4th. . 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U$"....l7c 1 r*. REG. 2.09 VITALIZID OIL 2- 8 «F. ctn 1./7 Price, incl. Fed, TAX Siv*--add end ch»nge your own oil. Premium grid* -- beafi 'miny nationally advertised 40e-«^t. brandi. Fights power-robbing sludge, carbon, acid*. REG. 1.3S Five 1-qt. cans Vitalised OH........1.17 REG. 49c BUG DEFLECTOR 39 ( For clearer vision; safer driving--keeps bugs off windshield. Tough molded Polyitrene plastic. Choke of 4 colors. 1.18 AUTO 'POLISH NEEDS 88c foi2 Pf. cans of Silicon* Poi-l ish and Glaze fo re-, move road film, mok* your car gleam, protect h. Easy fo i««.

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