The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on August 20, 1952 · Page 14
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August 20, 1952

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 14

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114 Milan CSIj Aufl. 20, 1«2 M»»on Cily, l» · L*g«nd»ry Mint Sold ; MEAT CAM P, N.C. UP--One thousand acres on fabled Long Hope Mountain near here, including a legendary iosl silver mine, has been purchased for a catllc ranch, Carl G. Fox, a Hickory, N.C., lumberman, bought t h e mountain land, sloried since Ihe time of Daniel Boone. S«« Our Lorga Selection C A R D S Suitable for Any Occasion Religious Gifts n»* 333 South F«d«r»l Phon« 1473 Name Ribbon Winners in Garden Class A g o o d growing season meant high quality exhibits in ^ the vegetable nnd grain department at the North Iowa Fair, The winners were determined by Paul Henderson, Hancock County extension director. In the oats division of the ·Ml g a r d e n a n d grain class, Roger Dicrckw, Mason City, won a blue ribbon; Bob Danger, 'Mason City, blue nnd ret!; Daryl Long, Nora Springs, white; Paul G i l p i n , Meser- voy, whHe; Howard Shanks, red; Junior Kaekc, r e d ; Fltith Fuller, Clear Lake, red; M a r y Lou Muhl- stcin, Jioekwell, red, and Mnry .Jo Conn, Burchlnal, 1)1 ue. Potatoes: A l l a n DcWitl, Mason City, blue; Itogcr Dioreks, Mason City, blue; Francis Meyer, Mason City, blue; Leon Wilkins, Mason City, blue; I) a r y 1 Long, Nora Springs, white, and Jo Ann Purvl- ance, Clear Lake, red, Cabbage; Roger Ulercks, Mason City, while; Belly Morfeld, Dougherty, blue; Mary Lou Scies/inski, Dougherty, TO!; Sara Oswald, blue, nnd Jo Ann Purvlance, Clear Lake, blue. Prlzt Cirroti Carrots: Allan Dewitt, Mason City, blue; Roger Dlercks, Mason City, b l u e ; John King, Mason City, white; Francis Meyer, blue; Jlon- nie Sehullz, Mason City, blue; Leo Wilkins, Mason City, white; Leon Wilkins, Mason City, red; Dary! Long, Nora Springs, red; Prisellla II a w s o n, Sheffield, blue; M a r y Lou Sdcs/inski, Dougherty, white; d--ol Stevens, white; M n r y Lou Mtihlstcin, Rockwell, red; R u t h Barllet, H u r c h l n a l , blue; Janet Car.slens, red, and .Jo Ann 'Purvi- ancc, Clear Lake, blue. Large onion: Allan DcWitl, .M«- sun City, blue; Roger Diereks, M a - son City, roc); Johnny Groin, Mason City, blue; Leo Wilkins, Mason City, blue; Leon Wilkins, Mason City, blue, and Priscilla Rawson, Sheffield, blue. Tomatoes: Roger Diereks, Mason City, red; Francis Meyer, Mason City, blue; Leo Wilkins, Mason Cily, blue; Leon Wilkins, Mason City, blue; Mary Lou Scicszin- ski, Dougherty, blue; Janet Car- stcns, Rockwell, r e d , and Jo Ann Purviance, red. Heels: Jo Ann Purvianee, red; A l l a n DcWitl, Mason City, blue; Roger Diereks, Mason City, red; Dennis Fortune, Mason Cily, blue; Mae Juhl, red; John King, Mason Cily, while; Fronds Meyer, Mason City, blue; David Sehullz, Mason Cily, blue; Leo Wilkins, Mason City, red; Leon Wilkins, Mason City, blue; Carol Stevens, Mason Cily, red, and Daryl Long, Nora Springs, red. For Sweet Corn Swccl corn: Allan DcWitl, Mason City, b l u e ; Roger Dicrcks, Mason Cily, white; Dennis Fortune, Mason City, white; PriseiJla Rawson, Dougherty, blue; Carol Stevens, red; Ruth Fuller, Clear Lake, while; Mary Jo Conn/ Uurchinal, while; Janet Carslens, Rockwell, blue, and Jo Ann Purviance, Clear Lake, blue. Sweet corn, any variety, six cars in cellophane wrapper: Sara Oswald, blue; Mary Ann Malhre, red, and Mac Juhl, while. Carrots for table use, six speci mcns: Mae J u h l , Thornton, red. Large onion, any variety, three specimens: Ruth Barllcll, Burchi u a l , b l u e ; Jo Ann Purviance, red, and Mary Ann Malhre, red. 'Ronald Rico, 'Clear Lake, won a blue ribbon in the bee department. Cooled Back (o Cooler ; - OAFFNEY, S.C. UP-Thc heat got credit Tor an assist in the re- caplure ot Iwo escaped convicls near here. The pair, who had fled a N o r t h Carolina prison f a r m , were caught when they got out of their stolen automobile to c o o l their feet in a creek. Dairy Honors to H. Larson on Shorthorns JJiimer If. Larscn, Wallingford, dominated the Milking Shorthorn open class dairy show at the North Iowa Fair. Placings as delcrmined by Floyd Arnold, exlension dairyman at Iowa State College, have Larscn winning the following: Bull calf, born July 1, 1950 to March 1, 1052, 1st; bull, junior yearling, born Jan. 1, 1051 to June 30, 1951, 1st; junior champion bull and bull, three years old and over, born before July 1, 1048; senior and grand champion bulls. Ik'ifcr calf, born July 1, 1351 to March J , 1952, 1st and 2nd; heifer, junior yearling, born J a n . 1, 1951 to June 30, 1051, 1st; heifer, senior yearling, born July 1, 1D50, to Dec. 31, 1950, 1st; junior champion female and junior get of sire. Cow, two years old, born July 1, 1949 to Junc_ 30, 1950, 1st and 2nd; cow, three years old, born July 1, 1948, lo J u n e 30, 1949, 1st; cow, four years old, born July 1, 1947 to June 30, 1948,.1st; cow, five years old and over, born before July 1, 1947, 1st; senior and grand champion females and dairy herd, 1st. Best three females; cow, in milk, any age, to be judged on udder^ofthcrn tip of Australia, alone, 1st, 2nd and 3rd; get of sire and produce of dam, 1st. He also was judged premier breeder and premier exhibitor. Robert Franks, Clear Lake, who was the only other exhibitor in Ihis class, placed second in Ihe Ihree year old cow class. PURCHASE G R O C E R Y WESLEY--Gayle Sluder of Algona has purchased the grocery stock of LcRoy Kleinpeter and will get possession Sept. 1. The Stiicier f a m i l y will live in an apart- ment formerly used as a dentlst'j office by Dr. L. L. Pfeffer in the wesl part of the store building*. More rooms are being added from what was once a store room. Both Mr. and Mrs. Sluder grew up in this community. The Kleinpeters. have not announced their future plans. The islands of Indonesia strelch along Ihe equator from Ihe south- ermnosl mainland of Asia to the COAL Place your order now to be sure of gelling the brand you like. And order from Wagner Coal Co. P H O N E 986 Ask about our budget plan. BUY NOW FOR FUTURE NEEDS... BUY NOW AT SALE PRICES... BY NOW FOR BEST SELECTIONS Buy JTith Confidence HONEST VALUES HONEST REDUCTIONS DAVIDSONS IOWAS LARGEST,HOME FURNISHERS 19-21 FIRST STREET S. E. MASON CITY "/f's fhe Real McCoy" Functional Furniture In Your HOME! 2 DOOR . . . ALL STEEL WARDROBE CABINET I3 85 Heavy gauge steel wardrobe in walnut b r o w n enamel. Inverted base affords plenty of room for long garments. Size 60" high, 22" wide and 18" deep. COMFORTABLE MAN-SIZED SPECIAL PURCHASE · Room Size Rugs! · LIMITED QUANTITY · SHOP EARLY LOUNGE ROCKER 33 85 Fully upholstered arms . . . super in comfort . , . construction value. Decorator selected tapestries. Choice of Red or Green jaspe. Regularly 49.50 . . . Bought to Sell fo Less During Davidsons August Sale Enjoy a beautiful new rug in your home at a price far below what you would expect to pay. Come in and look over these exceptional rug values. 9' x 9' TAUPE GREY 9 ' x l l ' BEIGE 9'xl2' BEIGE 9'xl3' IVORY . , 10'xl5' DOVE GREY 12'xl5' DOVE GREY l ^^^i^m^ ^%^^^r«35^s- ^"^"·K :' ^ f s! ONLY 72.75 ONLY 76.50 ONLY 79.75 ONLY 98.75 ONLY 124.75 FIRST TINE AT THIS LOW PRICE Bed and Double Dresser 45 AUGUST SALE PRICE See the exciting new . '.. . 158 SUNBURST the following · Made of White Ash and White Oak selected for figure, in Sandtone Finish. · All drawers dovetailed front and back with boxed-in construction. · Drawers guided with fully dustproofed construction. · Oak plywood drawer bottoms finished and waxed. · Five coat baked-on varnish finish, highly resistant to all solvents. · Copper backed plate mirrors. · Beautiful exclusive design bright brass hardware. PANEL BED 39.95 BAR BED . 59.95 DOUBLE DRESSER . . . . 118.50 VANITY . . . . . . . . . 97.85 MR. OR MRS. CHESTS . . . . . . . e a . 52.25 LARGE CHEST 68.85 NIGHT STAND COMMODE 36.65 CORNER TABLE 59.95 NIGHT STAND 22.50 VANITY BENCH 11.45 OUTSTANDING AUGUST SALE VALUE!! IN MOHAIR This genuine Mohair Frieze living room suite is outstanding in beauty, style and quality construction. Modern back and arms with soft, comfortable reversible seat cushions. Popular fringed base. Available in latest decorator colors of Beige or Green. Sells regularly for 198.50. FREE DELIVERY IN IOWA and SOUTHERN MINNESOTA FREE DEMONSTRATION SUNBEAM STEAM IRON FRIDAY, AUGUST 22 6:30 P. M. to 9 P. M. USE YOUR CREDIT AT DAVIDSONS NO MONEY DOWN BALANCE IN CONVENIENT MONTHLY PAYMENTS

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