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Mason City, Iowa
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Wednesday, August 20, 1952
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22 Aug. 20, 1952 f4t» CUr G l o b r - O a i r l l f , M*»nn Cilj, [. Mason City Calendar · AlIO, M-«--High School rceUtrntlon. ADO. ZJ-H--Iowa Open Coll Tournament. .'Mason' Clly Golf (in) Country Club. ·AUO SO--BusJneis-Imlinlry-Kducallon Day. '·Err. 2--All Ma ion City trhooli reopen ^EFT; 20--El Kahlr Shrlno ceremonial. 'SETT. Zl--Iowa Hlgh-Tw«lvo convention. 8KPT. Z7--VFW anil A u x l l l n r y a n n u a l v Poppy Day. ^HERE IN -MASON CITY ··''·Rummage Sale Thurs., 9 to 5. 713 'S. Carolina. For Sale: R a d f o phono, combination J yr. old, like new. (tens. 72H S. Pcnn. .'-Save Money; LaundrlJe Self Serve Laundry, 27 Ibs. washed iind dried, $1.70. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth WaughUI, formerly of Mason Clly and now of Berkley, n suburb of Detroit, Mich., arc spending a week nl Clear Lake with titoir children, Dennis, 12; James, I), nnd Stephen, 4, Wnughlnl, ono of ilio ortf;inl/ers gl -tho Knyonay E n g r a v i n g Company hero, is now tcchnicnl representative for the Eastman Kodak Company. Pap«r Headquarteri. Shepherds. Boomhower't for Urge group of gas sieves for healing and cooking. "' Big News--You can tee and feel the difference wii.1i Marshall ' Swifts Sla-Nu finishing process at no extra cost. .' U«e "Spred Satin" Instead from Paynes. Airman 1/c Waller LeOuc, son of Mr. and Mrs. William U-Duc 1G34 Pennsylvania N.E., wrote lo his parents that he had met Pfc. Robert L, Biuimnnu, 1(502 Carolina .E., nt Wiesbaden, G e r m a n y . . T o my customers: Will be on va cation till Sept. 3rd, Forest Jac obs, Piano Tuner, Let Evans Upholstery Shop do the job. Ph. 2277, «2L S. Fed. "A Single Trial Tells the Tale.' tel Lyons do your laundry. Ph 600. ''..' District Uf. Governor Al Drake of Waterloo will pay an officla .visit t o ' tho Mason City Klwiuilb Club nt the Thursday noon lunch ~*on at Hotel llanfonl. Alterations. Mrs. Earl McKibben 700 Oth N. W. PI). 5004LW. Get your travelers checks »t th Fjrst National Bank of Mason City Convenient and safe. R u m m a g e Sale Fri. Boy's cloth Ing. 315 13th S. E. Prepare to forge a h e a d / Y o u cai do it quickly in the Field of Uusl ness. Greatest demand for otflc .help ever known nl the highest si\ arics. Fall Term opens Sept. 1 ,The Hamilton School. " Jean Ann Cornwall, daughter o Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Cornwall 222 6th N.W., has been accepted fo admission and is enrolling this fal at tho lown State Teachers Cullcgi -in Cedar Falls. Miss Cornwall wa graduated from Mason llich Schoo 'in June. Church r u m m a g e sale, 201 Fed., Friday, Q a . m. Dear J a c k : If you will l a k e me t tho Town House H c s L n u r i i n t fo their delicious barbequed ribs a will bo forgiven. Love, ,lane. R u m m a g e salo 412 15th S, E Aug. 22, D n. m. to 5 p.m. Clothln and furniture. Registration for Kindergarten, New Students Tuesday A special registration for pupil entering kindergarten and for etc mcntary and junior high school sli dents who arc enrolling in the Mi son City public schools for the firs time will be held Tuesday from to 2 p.m. Supt. L. II. Shcpoiscr said th registration would bo conducted i the principals' offices in the v;i iouus buildings. The elemental' schools consist of kindergarten an grades 1 through l and the jimir highs of grades 7 through 1). Kindergarten pupils should present their birth certificates at the time of registration, Shepoiscr said. MASON CITY ON INTERNATIONAL AIR IMAP--Mason City Saturday became a part of an mid-national air map as the B r a n i f f I n t e r n a t i o n a l Airways and Mid - Continent Airline's were ·merged, The solid lines in the above map'indicate the combined routes of tho two companies, the broken lines i n d i c a t e the i n t e r c h a n g e ' s e r v i c e and the dotted lines connecting service. The merger puts Mason City on more direct routes to other points in the United States, as well as to Central and South America. A I R L I N E EXECUTIVES--J. \V. Miller, Kansas City, left, president: of Mid-Continent Airlines, Inc., and T. 10. Brani f f , president and founder of B r a n i f f I n t e r n a t i o n a l Airways, are pictured in Dallas following execution of the agreement of merger w h i c h u n i t e d the two air carriers. CALL 731 G.I. CAB LINE V-Belts Exhaust 1 Fans ELECTRIC Phone 1139 308 S. Del. F. J. Langan Services in South Dakota Frank J. Langan, (2, of Shcy- boygan, Wis., died at a Mason Cily hospital Tuesday night, following an illness. Surviving arc his wife, Mrs. F. .1. L a n g a n , Sheboygan; a son. Jim Lnngan, M31 Hampshire 1'lnceli at 6:-!v a.m. on A u g . 20 over Station KVFD, Fort Dodge. Med M a x w e l l , hailed as "America's most traveled f a r m radio man," will i n t e r v i e w Brocrs. The "Let's Go Visiting" program, spon sored by the m a n u f a c t u r e r s o: Wayne livestock and poultry feeds has been on the air for more than a decade. Correct Identity of 4-H Beef Buyer S. L. Armstrong, who was lislOf! as the buyer, of a baby beef owncc: N . K . , and two granddaughters, .Inno and Elizabeth. Funeral services and interment will be held at Fhuulreau, S.O., Saturday. Mason City Farm Operator Guest on Radio Show Bardclt W. II. Brocrs, who f a r m s about three miles south and n mile west of Mason Cily, will be a guest this month on a transcribed f a r m interview program carried over 26 radio stations. Brocrs has developed a hobbj from which he derives not only personal enjoyment but profit as well In addition to being a full time farmer, he raises deer, shetlam ponies, pigeons, ducks, geese am: small birds. The program will be carried or stations as far away as New Hampshire to the East and Virginia to the South. lowan's can hear the interview at .12:15 noon on Aug. 2f over Station WHO, DCS Moines, or y Kayo Currcn at the junior live slock auction at the North Iowa ?air. is nol associated with Vance Music Company, as was reportcc n the Globe-Gazette. A r m s t r o n g i.« i piano dealer at 7.1G Bth N. E.. Mason City. Mrs. Denzel Rites Held at Chapel Funeral services for Airs. Gcorg Dcnzel, 74, who died early Sunda morning at a Mason City bospita were conducted Tuesday aftcrnoo at the Major Memorial Chape Doctor Lloyd A. Gustafson, pastt of the First Methodist Church, o ficiated. Airs. Donald Thomas was th vocalist and Mrs. Roy Servison o ganist. The flower committee consisle of Mr. a n d . Mrs. O r v i n Friedin JJritl, and Mr. and iMrs. M. Donal Thomas. A host' of relatives and frienc attended the services, includin many from out of the city, froi O m a h a, Neb., LeScner, Mini K a n a w h a , Britt, G a r n e r , B u f f a Center, Lake Mills and Fore: City. Pallbearers were Floyd Drugg, Orvillc Mocn, Leslie Drugg. Donald Olson, Carroll Charlson and Russell Charlson. Interment was at the Madison | Cemetery near Forest City. After the services, a lunch was served to the mourners in the reception parlor of the First Baptist Church in Forest City. The Major Funeral Home was in charge. Ike Invited to Speak Here; The political machinery in Cerro ordo County is gradually being! iled up in preparation for the fall arnpaign. Tho Republican organization at ii;j date appears more a c t i v e than he Democratic but experience lows t h a t local Democrats h a v e a abit of speaking rather softly and a Trying a big vote. Dr. Sterling Barber, Democratic ounty chairman, said Wednesday L his organization's plans still re indefinite. He added that the cmocratic national headquarters as been asked to f u r n i s h a speaker ul no word has been received on iat as yet. Invite tko On the Republican side, the big etv.s is a move to get Dwighl Eisenhower or his running mate, t i c h a r d Nixon, here for a major arm speech. The Pioneer Butter Makers of Vmerica and the Iowa Creamery Jpcralors meet in Mason City the lickllc of October. Hughes Bryant, Mason City attorney, .said Wed- esday that Ike has been asked to peak here by these groups. The plan is to tie in these two aUierings with a giant Republican arm rally encompassing as many '-lorth Iowa counties as possible. Local Republican leaders plan to ourncy lo Kasson, Minn., Sept. 6 o repeat the invitation to Eiscn lower. Ike speaks at Kasson on hat dale in connection with the National Plowing Contest. P l a n C a r a v a n Kasson is less than 100 mile rom Mason Cily. Bryant hopes to jrganize a gigantic North Iowa c a r a v a n to go to Kasson to hear the general. Americans have been more or ess on the ropes since the politics conventions at Chicago and the caravan idea was designed to slim ilatc interest in the Republican cause in North Iowa and pep uj party workers. Final strategy of the Cerro Gordo Republican organization won't be mtliried until a central committee meeting shortly after Sept. 1. Bu Leo .Sweesy, the county finance c h a i r m a n , and Edward It. Boyle Clear Lake, county chairman, have jecn busy m a k i n g plans. For one thing, the Republicans it .his county are being asked to rais wine $17.000 for the fall campaign ·Vbout h a l f of this a m o u n t will b It-signaled for state and nationa use and will be spent in th county. Contact Plan The auxiliary organization's of th R e p u b l i c a n county central commit ice also have been hard at work Leaders of the women's organiza .ions in Clear Lake, Mason City am :hc rural areas will join the con Ira! committee's executive com mittec to work out strategy. Also tc tc represented,arc the recently re organized Young Republicans. According to Sweesy, organiza lion w i l l be Uie keynote of the loca H O P effort. He has outlined a con tact plan that will see -1,500 worker canvass the county in an cfforri- reach every voter. NEWS of RECORD Divorces Filed Norniu I). North I'ofier A. No/lh Water Ballet, Band Concert at Osage OSAGE -- A water ballet an baud concert was to be prescnte Wednesday at 7:30 p. in.'at the nil nicipat pool under the direction o Fred Shacllc, pool supervisor. Th band concert following the balle was to close the s u m m e r conccr season. There were to be divin exhibitions and a candlelight pa rade with 32 girls participating. Parts of the Caribbean Nationa Forest receive a rainfall of ovc 200 inches a year. Dr. Glen M. Krogh DENTIST 611 Brick Cr Tile Bldg. PHONE 1189 Turbine generators provide 00 per cent of all household electricity used in the United States. SISTER DIES TTANLONTOWN--Oscar Ford has received word of the death of his sister, Mrs. O. L. Ncsheim, about 83, at a Devils Lake, N. D. hospital. Mrs. Nosheim had made her home at tho (ironnad Memorial Home for tho Aged in Lakotn, N. IX for m a n y years. Mr. Ford is not well enough to attend the funeral. r DENTIST PRACTICE LIMITED TO PLATE WORK 302 SOUTH FEDERAL Mason City CEDAR RAPIDS DES MOINCS SIOUX CITY Hearing Aid Batteries and Accessories FOR ALL MAKES OF HEARING AIDS. Hearing aid users will be pleased to learn that we now carry a complete line of hearing aid batteries. It is no longer necessary to obtain batteries from "hard to reach" sources. Visit our hearing aid department at your first opportunity. We Give S H Green Stamps ADAMS Prescription Pharmacy 21 East State Phone 372 5TEEIDON IS jewels. Sweep seconds. Stain. less steel case. Sealed a g a i n s t m o i s t u r e a n d dirt. $62.50 CONVENIENT TIBMST WATCHES DIAMONDS 12 EAST STATE STREET grounds of cruelly. She iiiks custody twit child re n i tern p o r a r y alimony and p p u c t money and a t t o r n e y ' s fees. Mar- rd M a y 7 . JJKI7. Krmit C'altrciJ zgnlast Hubert Cellrel ground* of c r u e l t y . Hhe a all 3 c o u r t to r c her lit e r Ig fit o( Uf r in a 1 1) t u n i m e r m a Klolienlaiu, $I:;:i a t t o r n e y ' s fees and h e r relief t h t c o u r t dee mi necessary Marriage Licenses (·Milan John M u r j k e . 21. Maul}, :tml Ma limn .HarllKi Slayer, a I, Mnon Cily, K a r l im Wont), legal, K u c k f u r d , and I'alrlcla ee nroM'ii, l*l*\, Mason City. New Cor So/es Uol)0fl A. .SpelJel, Itoulu I, M e r c u r y ; M L u m l c i u h t . UOI ^nd S.W., .Mercury am K u r i i m J t r o a , 213 I L I h N.W., C h r y s W r t l t u r A, S^'uiuon, Kotilc 4, Kutck . H a r o l d H a l l , lloulc X W i l l y s . Police Court I1C Speeding--Kemiey A. . I'ortli,' 17, llh S.W.. f o r f e i t e d SKI Ijunii. In lax lc il Ion-- W i l l i a m C. T u l n b y , 31, B3 il S.W., furfelicd SIS bond. O v e r t i m e Parking--I.. II. Larson. 111'~ ;ff:rsm S.V/.t K. V. U n i t , llurllngton . .M. W o o t d r i d g e . Des Mollies; Marlon aniline, R o c k w e l l ; Illcliard O r r . I'M, rjla S.E.; .llrs. Larry Cain, K n u l e 1 nn C i l y ; Donald ("mini, K'Jl Flllmore .W.: ' ' \ t l a n I'.ullrrficM. I) 10 S. Federal r. 11. J. l l o d d y . l l r l c k .mil Tile Iluildllig rf cited S'i.T for 25 vlnlatliinsi M a j n u IMlj n p l l a n c e Co.. :;il S. Federal, f o r f e i t e d S r two violations. I m p r o p e r P a r k i n g -- S o c o n y V a c u u m O i l cs .Moine.s: The A l c r n i L o Co., O m a h a et., cacli f o r f e i t e d SI; It. W. Wooldriilcc es M o f n r * ; K. I*. Hull, Idirihi^ton, cacl L e a v i n g Scene of A c c i d e n t -- R a y I'ieti ', H0« S. Federal, rase continued to cour f Justice C. II. S c r v f s o n . Fire Calls At l:Cl', p.m. Tuesday lo "01 Van Rurc .W., pipes vlbratlliff In hot w a t e r h e a t e r Births Reported ( A t Merer ' Hospital)--lloy to Mr. .in Irs. P h i l l i p M c G i n n , im Jackson N. W silaj-; boy In Mr. and Mrs. Chris Axe en. W e a r l.akc, W e d n e s d a y : g i r l lo Mr mJ Mrs. J'aul Pelerseii, Tlmriilon, Wed .silay. (At I'ark Hospital)-- Boy to Mr. and Mrs don Shepliard. lloute 1, Maxim Cll I'ueaday. Realty Transfers N'uiMltm.ui. E d w a r d anil Tressa. (o Dal I). Kennedy, Thetnia .). Kennedy an laud L.. Jt. Icn.. SI. ( W D ) l.ol 13, 1111 lu Ilrlce fc Ong I.ami Co., St. R Idil. to M. (;.. H-ll-r,-, 1 . C'liehnck. E d w a r d It. anil O l i v e M. Che nick. l» IVnl Chchork anil S y l v i a , jt. ten I. ( W D ) K,'. of SK'/v of ,1-Bl-l!) ex. 1 ,1 n SK c o r n e r d e s c r i b e d as: Hcgui. at con f See. I. r, 8 mill II. Ihencc W. on cintc f iiwy. w. ::uu it.. N. u":» rt.. E. ^o« ft,, .'() ft lo bruin., i-::s-5', r . H o m e y , it. K. and A h b l c A n n a , to Kiln I t e a s e , S I , ( W l » Lots I). I and L'. ill in A u d i t o r ' s Sub. of I,ot 17 in Suh. E',z n f ' S B ' . ' i and that part of EVi of NE K-llli-N -M l y l n c S. of K-W of Chi., M i l . » l . Taul H w y . . X-'J-Vi. P. L Pearsdl Services Held Rites Conducted at Des Moines Chapel Funeral services for P. L. Pear all, former Mason City and Cleai ..ake photographer, were held a 1 he Dunn Funeral Home in Des Vloincs Tuesday. Mr. Pearsall, who had been re iding in Des Moines for a numbei if years, died suddenly Saturday night at Harlan. He was an irisur ncc adjuster, and was on one o: iis trips when he died. lie is survived by his wife. Interment was at State Center. Elks Stag, Golf Meet Thursday at Clear Lake The annual Elks slag and gol ournamenl will bo held Thursday it the All Vets Social Center, Clear ',ake. The golf tourney is scheduled lo _et under way at 2 p.m. There will be a $1 entry fee for all golfers. A dinner and floor show is slated Thursday evening. The dinner is scheduled for 6:30 o'clock, with the floor show set for 8:30. Tickets are $1.75 and are on sale at the Elks ^lub or may be purchased for $2 at the door Thursday evening. IN KOREA--Ronald H. Peterson, 505 Harrison N.W., who recently was promoted to the rank of private first class, is serving with »he 2nd Infantry'Division in Korea. Pfc. Peterson joined tho division on July 10 and is serving as a cannoneer in Battery B, 82nd Anti-Aircraft Artillery Battalion. He entered the Army in January. Sheriff, Deputy Go to Montana to Return Baugh Cerro Gordo County Sheriff Cal Dwan and a deputy left Mason City Tuesday evening with extradition papers to return Ronald E. Baugh from Kalispcll, Mont. Baugh, 23, was picked up by Kalispell police last week. He will be returned here lo face parole violation charges. Baugh is also wanted in connection with a $417 bad check charge and for larceny. 4-H Herdsmanship Awards Announced The Lake's Ambitious Feeders 4-H won the club herdsmanship award at the Norlh Iowa Fair. An official committee judged the clubs on cleanliness of alleys, pens and stalls, arrangement of exhibit, cleanliness and appearance of ani- mais, stall cards and stall attendants. Other winners wero: Mt. Vcrnon 4-H, second; Union Happy Hustlers, third; Grimes Little Cattle Feeders, fourth; Mason Booster Boys, fifth; Thornton Farm Hands, sixth; Geneseo Haymakers, s e v e n t h ; Portland Blue Ribbo,n Boys, eighth; Owen Little Feeders, ninth, and Lincoln Loyal'Laddies, tenth. " PROCTOLOGY Rectal Pathology Diagnosis Hemorrhoids (piles) non-surgical, by injection. WRITE FOR LITERATURE Dr. R. W. Shultz, D. 0. Phone 29GO, Hanford Hotel, Room G41, Mason City, Iowa Tt is believed that we are usin he same water that existed on earth when the world began, al- hough it has been turned from iquiil to vapor or ice and back ijjain many, many times. WILL YOUR Phone 1010 -- If No Ono Answers, Call 1845 en up sn T H E O R I G I N A L A U T O M A T I C CLOTHES DRYER X^^^v***^^^ -^--rrwr.TTVTr --·f-ft'^r !· r^«*««**r-«ft^«*ip«*t*tN*«WK t+ar ,-··-- r-j-V.-.Ii "The Store With the White Front" BRING US YOUR NEXT PRESCRIPTION PRESCRIPTION SHOP 0 EAST STATE STREET W. B. Casey. Prop. \V. B. BIcGrane, Come in for a d e m o n s t r a t i o n ! Let us show you how Hamilton's patented " C a r r i e r C u r r e n t " d r y i n g keeps colors bright ns new. Dries everything in your wash s u n s h i n e sweet-- u-stbout sun- faffing. No other method of d r y i n g is so kind to clothes, so easy on you! HOME APPLIANCE CO. 20 Second N. E. Phone 162 TRY A G-G CLASSIFIED ADI In any argument over the paymenr of a bill a cancelled check. Pay by check and check on the United Home Bank Trust Co It's Business. UNITED HOME BANK TRUST Co. ~ S - Corporation Own'd »nt O periled by four Frlcndi and Neighbor* Mason City's Only Home Owned Bank

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