The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on August 20, 1952 · Page 11
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August 20, 1952

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 11

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121 Baby Beeves Entered in Sale CHAKLES CITY--A lotaf of 121 baby beeves have been entered for sale at the 1952 Floyd County 4-H achievement sale Aug. 25, at the Sales barn here, according to Mil- ford N. Reed, county extension director. Also scheduled lo be sold are 75 market pigs and 34 market lambs.-Reed said all pigs would be sold to help control hog disease. RUDD--Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Fike are the parents of a daughter born Aug. 12 at the Cedar Val ley Hospital in Charles City. A Conplete Optical Service Examination; . ' Prescription Lenses Ground Frames Fitted Broken Lenses Replaced Dr. J. H. Lepper OPTOMETRIST 28 First S, E. Mason City, Iowa Top Guernsey Cattle at Fair Picked One of the best classes of Guern- seys to exhibit this year al any fair in Iowa was shown at the North Iowa Fair, according to fair officials. Placings as determined by Judge Floyd Arnold, extension; dairyman at Iowa State College, include: Bull calf, born July 1, 1950 to March 1, 1952--Marion E. Jones, !o\va Falls, 1st; Alvin Bortz Son, Rudd, 2nd; M. W. Sprole, Mason City, 3rd; Alfred B. Freie, Alexander, 4th, and M. W, Sprole, 5th. Bull, junior yearling, born Jan. 1, 1951 to June 30, 4951--Marion E TOMORROW at EATONS... AUGUST SALE OF Luxuriously Fur Trimmed COATS , . . these, the newest, the most significant coats of 1952 are tailored of the finest coatings and dramatized with precious furs in a manner that heralds the return of an age of opulence. This fabulous coat collection is now AUGUST SALE PRICED! r Don't wait . . . shop Eatons today! S I Z E S FOR E V E R Y O N E ! BUY THE EASY IAYBYWAY During This Event! PAY ONtY . . · BALANCE OH EASY TERMS! FUR TRIMS: · GENUINE BEAVER! · DYED PERSIAN LAMB! · MINK DYED MARMOT! · SABLE-DYED RUSSIAN FITCH! · MINK DYEDSQUIRRELI NEW FABRICS: · BRUSHED POODLES! · ZfBELINES! · DIAGONAL WEAVES! · VELVETY SUEDES! Jones, 1st; Roger Diercks, Mason City, 2nd, and M. W. Sprole, 3rd. Bull,'senior yearling, born'July t, 1950 to Dec. 31, 3950--0. Graham Lawyer, Clear Lake, 1st, and Al- viu Bortz Son, 2nd. Junior champion bull, Marion B. Jones.,Bull, two years old, born Juljrl, 1W9 to June 30, 1950^-Marion E.^Jones; Bull, three years old and over, born before July 1, 1948--Alvin Bortz, Son, 1st; H. Sawin, Northwood, 2nd, and M; ty. Sprole, ; 3rd, Junior champion bull, Alvin Bortz. Grand champion bull, Alvin Bortz. H.lfor Cilf Heifer calf, born July 1, 1951, to March i,;1952--Marion E. Jones, 1st; Jf. Sawin" ' S o n , 2nd; Paul Houck, Radcliffe, 3rd; M. W. Sprole, 4th; C. Graham Lawyer, 5th; M. W. Sprole, 6th; Alvin Bortz Son, 7th; Donald Grbesbeck, Charles City, 8th, and Marion Jones, 9th. ' · · Heifer, junior yearling, born Jnn. 1, 1951 to June 30, 1951--M. W. Sprole, 1st; Robert Freie, 2nd; Alvin Bortz Son, 3rd; M. \V. Sprole, 4th; Graham , Lawyer, 5th and Marion E. Jones, 6th. Heifer, senior yearling, born July 1, 1050, to Dec. 31, 1950--C. Gra ham Lawyer, 1st; Russell Wagner ft Sons, Hampton, 2nd and 3rd; Al vin Borlz Son, 4th; M. W. Sprole, 5th; Alvin Borlz t Son, 6th; C. Graham Lawyer, 7th and M, W. Sprole, 8th. Junior champion female--M. W. Sprole. Junior get of sire--C. Graham Lawyer, 1st; Marion E. Jones, Piano Students to Present Recital Mrs. Grace Hall will present her piano students 'in a recital Friday 8 p. m, at the First Baptist Church. The studenti include Carol Sandy, Mary Shoger, Marlys Davis, Jimmy Davlson, Charlotte Davlsofi, Roseb«lh Siewertson, Sanford Daily, Marie Yezclc, Kay Daily, Judy Lander/Maralyn Davis, Arlyn Rilsau, Marjorie Wilson, Ai*. M, 1K2 if MOM CHr GI«»«-G»itU*, M**** Ctt?, to.* Mary Danger, Venita Seiwertson - - »nd Jim Hall. ·' · " ·, , '- - TRY A G-C CLASSIFIED AD! ON LIGHT CRUISER-Mldship- man Third CUcs, Cordon R. Richards, 220 Vermont S.E., it- curoi th« wat»r hot* afttr wiping down decks whilt *bo«rd th» light cruller USS Roanok* during tht current mldihlpman crulte to Europe. Richards, a student at Iowa State College, will visit Antwerp, B e l g i u m , and Lisbon, Portugal, before returning to Norfolk, Va., In September. GOODELL--Ruth Fandol of Rock Rapids, Pat Gill (if Kenselt, and Belly Loweuberg who are student nurses in Mercy Hospital nt Muson 2nd; Alvin Bortz . Son, 3rd, and M. W. Sprole, 4th. : . Cow, two years old, born July 1, 1949, to June 30, 1950 -- M. W. Sprole, 1st; Russcl Wagner Sons, 2nd; C. Graham Lawyer, 3rd; Marion E. Jones, 4th; Marion E. Jones, 5th, and M. W. Sprole, 6th. Winning Cows Cow, three years old, born July 1, 1949, to June 30, 1949--C. Graham Lawyer, 1st; Marion E. Jones, 2nd, and M. W. Sprole, 3rd. Cow, four years old, born July 1, 1947, to June 30, 1948--Marion E. Jones, 1st; M. W. Sprole, 2nd, and C. Graham Lawyer, 3rd. Cow, five years old and over,' born before July 1, 1947--Marion E. Jones, 1st; C. Graham Lawyer, 2nd; Marion E. Jones, 3rd; M. W. Sprole, 4th, and C. Graham Lawyer, 5th. Junior champion female, Marion E. Jones, and grand champion female, Marion E. Jones. : Dairy herd -- C. Graham Lawyer, 1st; Marion E. Jones, 2nd, and M. W. Sprole, 3rd. Best three females--C. Graham Lawyer, 1st; Marion E. Jones, 2nd; M. W. Sprole, 3rd, and Alvin Borlz Son, 4th. Cow, in milk, any age, lo be judged on udder alone--M. W. Sprole, 1st; Marion E. Jones, 2nd; Marion E. Jones, 3rd, and C. Graham Lawyer, 4th. Get of sire-Marion E. Jones, 1st; Marion E. Jones, 2nd, and M. W. Sprole, 3rd. Produce of dam--M. W. Sprole, 1st, and Marion E. Jones, 2nd. City visited the parental Arthur Lowenbcrg home. Give 4-H Demonstration A nutrition demonstration was given at a meeting of the "Happy- Go-Lucky" 4-H Club at the home of Shirley Johnston. A discussion on the booth exhibited at the North Iowa Fair was held. The club reporter is Valores Navratil. LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE OP PROBATE OF Will. STATE OF IOWA,' Corro Gordo County, si. In District Court. No. 7WO. June Term, 1952. To A l l Whom II M»y Concern: You nre hereby nodded, that nn Inslni- menl of writing purporting to be the last Will and Testament of George Hnrtwlf, Deceased, dated May 10, 1950. linvlng been this day filed, opened and read, Tuesday the 2nd d a y . of September, 1352, li fixed for hearing proof of lame at the Court House in Mason City, Iowa, before the District Court of said County, or the Clerk of £»lrt Court; and at 2 o'clock P. M., of the day nhovu mentioned all person* Interested are hereby notified and required to appear, and show cause, If any tliey have, why Instrument should not he pro- haled and allowed ai and for the last Will and TiMtamcnt of said deceased. Dated at Mason City. Iowa. August Z, 1932. S. If. M a c P l J A K , Clerk of District Court Dy AHLEEN B. HARRIS. Deputy NOTICE OP PROBATE OF STATE OF I O W A , Cerro Gordo County, si. In District Court. No. 7921. June Term, 19.12. To All Whom H Mar Concern.* you arc hereby notified, that an Instrument of writing purporting to be the tnst Will and Testament of Earl K. A d a m x . Deceased, dated September 13, 1946, liav Ing been this day Tiled, opened and read, Tuesday the 2nd day of September, 1932, i* fixed tor hearing proof of same nt the Court House in Mason City, Iowa, before the District Court of *alrt County, or Clerk of nald Court; ancl at 2 o'clock P. M., of Die day above mentioned all parson* Interested are hereby notified and required to appear, ind show cause. If any they have, why Instrument ihould not be probated and allowed »i and for the. last Will and Testament of said: deceased. Dated at Mason City. Iowa, August 4, I95Z. S. H. M a c P H A K , Clerk of District Court By A R L R E N B. H A R R I S . Deputy NOTICK OX P R O B A T E OF WIt.I. STATB OF IOWA, Cerro Oordo County, «. In District Court. No. 7336. June Term, 19S2. To All Whom It Mar Concern: You are hereby notified, that an instrument of writing purporting to he the last WIN and .Testament of Elia P. .Johnson. Deceased, dated July 23, 195], having been this day filed, opener] and read, Monday the 15th day of September. 1952, U fixed for hearing proof of lame at the Court House in Mason City, Iowa, bpfore the District 'Court of said County, or the Clerk of »ald Courl; and al IO:DO o'clock A. M., of the day above mentioned all persons interested are hereby notified ant required to appear, and show cause. 11 any they have, why Instrument should not be probated and allowed a» and for the last Will and Tenlame/it of jiaid tltceiMil Dated at Mason City, Iowa, August 18, I9SJ. S. If. MacPEAK, Clerk of District Courl By J E A N ROHDE, Deputy NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT OF EXKCUTO* STATE OF IOWA, Cerro Oordo County s«. No. 7928. Notice !i hereby liven, that the under signed has been duly appointed and qual tiled as Executor of the estate of Marion M. 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