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Mason City, Iowa
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Mason City Calendar AUG. lO-Si-Hlgh School reslstratlon. *VFl' ^"otr 1 ?,** Open Golf Tournament, Mason City Colt anil Country Club, AUG. 25-26-Tryouls for first Mason City n!i4 e ·.. * h e a l e r P la '- "Father of the Bride, at the Studio, mi N. Federal, beginning at 7:30 p.m. AUG 39--Buslness-lndustry-Educatlon Day, SEPT. s--All Mason City schools reopen. SEPT. 30--El K»hlr Shrine ceremonial. ·EPT. 21--North Central Iowa Hod · and Ciun Club's ninth annual field day. usuul location, one-half mite west of Highway 65 on Scenic Highway north of Winne- batjo River. ·EPT. IT--Pall stag and liuck-calllng contest fur the benefit of Ducks Unlimited sixmsorcd hy Mallard Club at the Community Hall, Ventura. ·KPT. S7--Iowa Hidi-Twelve convention. *EPT. 11--VFW and Auxiliary annual 1'oppy Day. HEREIN MASON CITY Church rummag* sal*, 201 N Fed., Friday, 9 a . in. Alterations. Mrs. E a r l McKibb»n, TOG 9th N. W. Ph. 5934LW. R u m m a g e sal* 412 15th S. E Aug. 22, 9 a. m. lo 5 p. m. Clothing and furniture. G*r your travelers checks at th» First National Bank of Mason City Convenient and safe. R u m m a g e Sale Fri. Boy's clothing. 315 13th S. E. Prepare to forge ahead. You can do it quickly in the Field of Business. Greatest demand for office help ever known at the highest sal aries. Fall Term opens Sept. 1 The Hamilton School. For Sale: Radio phono, combina tion 1 yr. old, like new. Rcas. 723 S. Penn. O'Brien Paints «t Shepherds. Miss Mildred Carlsen, s i x t h grade teacher at Roosevelt School received the Bachelor of Arts de gree in Elementary Education fron Colorado State Teachers College a Greeley at the recent summer com mencement. For a complete stock of window glass see Boomhower Hdwe. R u m m a g e Sale Friday 8 to 4 1319 Elm Drive. Dr. Schulti, Osteopath, room 641 Hotel Hanford. Ph. 2960. Glidden's Everon outside whiti paint, $4.89 gal. at Payne's. AA Group--Meetings will be hel each and every Thursday eve. a 8 p.m. Try to attend--both ladie and men welcome. 314 S. Del. R u m m a g e Sale 6th and Van Bu ren, Sat., from 9 to 5. Dear Morris: If you will take m to the Town House Restaurant fo their delicious barbequed ribs a will be forgiven. Love, Marilyn. Big r u m m a g e sale Fri., useful ar tides, inc. clothing. 1030 W. State Forest Park. Fined $100 for Careless Driving Charles E. Bryant, 22, 304 12t N. W., paid a $100 fine and cost in police court Thursday after be ing convicted of careless driving Bryant was arrested early Thurs day morning after his auto side swiped one car and drove past squad car at a high speed, polic said. They arrested Bryant in the 100 block on 19th S. W. His auto side swiped a ear driven by Jame Heddens, 26, 2418 S. Federal, po lice said. Once leeth break through th gums they do not grow except a the roots. Dr. Glen M. Krogh DENTIST 611 Brick Tile Bldg. PHONE 1189 Teachers Pre-School Meetings Set Workshop on Guidance to Be Held - A Pre-Schoot Conference, high- ghted by workshops on. guidance nd reading, will gel under way londay for teachers in the Mason ity Public Schools. The first day's activities will eon- ist of an orientation program for e'w teachers. The other instructors ill join this group Tuesday for onferences, workshops and tours lat will continue through Friday. On Tuesday the teachers will be ceupied with meetings in their wn buildings. An all-faculty picnic East Park at 4 p, m. also is ncluded in the program. Dr. Dugan to Speak Wednesday and Thursday have een designated as "Improvement f instruction Days." A workshop ,'ith "Guidance" as its theme will e conducted by Dr. Willis E. Dugan, professor ami counscloi rainer in the College of Education t the University of Minnesota. The .secondary school teachers vill participate both days in the uidance workshop, but the cle -nentary instructors will spend the econd day in a reading workshop onducled by Miss Kate Skinner of linn and Company. Dr. Dugan will open Wednes- lay's program with a talk, "The Role of the Classroom Teacher ir riiidance," at 9 a. m. in the High chool Auditorium. S e p a r a t e Sessions The secondary and elemental-} eachers then will hold separate essions. Discussions led by members o: he Mason City faculty are schcd iled for the secondary schoo roup. These will continue Wed tesday afternoon until 2 p. in vhen the recorders of each sectioi vill report to the entire group Comments by Dr. Dugan, the con erence consultant, will conclude Wednesday's program for the sec ondary school teachers. Discussion leaders will includi . Donald Hahn, W. Lament Con stable, Marion J.,.Weaver, Elta C Franck, Robert L. Heston, C. Har old Veenker, Omer J. Rupiper Frances Sleffen, Virginia R. Hy mans and Alvie N. Sarchett. Testing P r o g r a m The elementary teachers hear Miss Alma Partridge, mentary guidance counselor, spea on the "Mason City Guidance Pro gram in the Elementary Schools at 10:30 a. in. Supt. L. H. She poiser will explain "Guidanc Through Testing" at the afternoo session of the group. Thursday the secondary grout will continue its discussions follow ing a talk, "The Role of the Class room Teacher in Guidance" by Dr Dugan. Another report'of the re corclers will precede Dr. Dugan' final talk on "Counseling and th Counselor's Job" Thursday al ternoon. Elementary teachers will spen Thursday in a reading workshop Parents, Supt. Shepoiscr said, ar encouraged lo attend this work shop and to become acqtiainte with the new learning methods fo reading being used in the schoo system. The reading workshop Wi begin at 9 a. m. at the Music Hal B-I-E Day F r i d a y The third annual Business-Indus try-Education Day is scheduled fo Friday. Mason City firms will b hosts to teacher tours. Activities Monday for the ne\ instructors will include a get-to geth'er with p r i n c i p a l s ' a n d . supei visors at 9 a. m. at the Music Hal followed by meetings with the s\ perinlendent and the principals. wil ele Manon Clly Olotie-OiittU, Mnon City, It, Aug. 21, 1952 IB Rod and Gun Club Plans Field Day The North Central lown Kocl niul Gun Club Thursday nnnotmcoil plans for its ninth annual fluid day to be held Sept. 21. Dnlo nnys is 'general chairman of the event, A larger field day t h n n lust year's is planned with special emphasis on field Irinl.s, t r a p shooting, easting t o u r n a m e n t s and scores of other events. There also will be a kiddie mid pet parade and archery contests. T!*e field 'day will bo held at the s u a l l o c s i t i o n , a half mile west of igliwny (15 oss the Scenic Highway Expect 75 Entries Sunday for Model Aviation Contest Seventy-five entries are expected* Sunday for the first Model Aviation' Contest sponsored by t h c r Mason City Exchange Club. The event will get under way with registration and preliminary events at a a.m, at the Mason City Municipal Airport and will continue until 5 p.m. An additional feature will bo a flight of U.S; Nnv'y planes on hand for exhibition. Members of the serve as airplane Cliiliu-Ciazi'tta iiltolo liy Gllifos IT WON'T BE LONG-- The Mason City High School office ' w a s ti blisy place Wednesday as students began registering for the 1952-53 .school year. Above students are shown in the hall filling out enrollment cards. Registration will continue u n t i l 5 p.m. Friday. Classes will begin at 8:30 a.m. on Sept. 2. ea sponsored by the Federated Board of the Mason City Teachers \ssocialion is scheduled for 3:15 L m. Mason City P u b l i c ' Schools will pen Sept. 'i. NEWS of RECORD D/Vorces Filed John S. K n u m par t u n r Colleen 1 nil win 11 .T urn p a r t n e r tin prtiunils uf cru- e l l y . Hu asks custody of child. THarrlctl "iluy 'Jl, 1III7. Separated J u n e K, MJ.V*. Irene M i l l e r ugiLlnst Donald J. M i l l e r grounds tit cruelty. She axkx custody of wo children t t e m p o r a r y a l i m o n y unti sup- 10 rt money, a li;vrc of certain real it nil ierxniial property nnd u I to nicy 'a fees. Married June 1!, JO Mi. Separated Aug. I D . l!KVi. Iotina ItlfllngK neafnst Morris XV. 1111- ings on gruuml-i of c r u e l t y . She asks rlghl .o resume her malilrn mime, lUmiiti Stur- jcs, 11 He ID certain household furniture and oilier p r o p e r t y , temporary and p e r m a - nent alimony, cost uf court action and lit- .urney's fce.s. Married I-'uli. TM, J05U, Marriage Licenses I'cler Jcrcmtah Donahue, '£t, niu! Caro line Arilclta Tnmllnsun. L K . h . i l h of Mln n c a p o l l s ; Vcrnon Charles O'Neill, :i^, uu( llnsanna Mae Uaillista. :ill. holli if n i l t l n c l h ; A l v l n A. HoHnian. 17. Kaaltncs Minn., unil V c r n c l l c I l a c r l l . :i!t, A s l i l i a s l i.: Jiseph K. Wnnlen, M, l I I K h l a i u l P a r k . M i c h . , and 1'alrlcla Ann Il.ilr. l!l Mason Clly. New Car Sales C. (!. riuKols. ll)'/= Jsl N'.l!.. C a d l t U c i Jnltn K w a n l i t k . D e t r o i t . A l i e n . , O l i l i m n l i l l S w n l e t l a l c ^ VriKluct!. 'bwaK'duln. 1'nrtt t r u c k : lilvcrcU Bntwn, « l l D u l a t v a r n N.ii:., Lin coin. . Police Court Careless llrlrlnt;--Churlei E. B r y a n t . 2J, "I I^th N.W.. pali] S I U I I «ii!l i-iists. Inloxlcntlmi-- ("JiMlrgu M, O r p h e a n . KicC' v l l l n , $10 'ami costs or Ihrcc clays. Overtime rarklllc--Jairk l l c r r l n l l , !lfl,1 I'lcrce N . W . I l l n r v c y Gcti, !!I" Carolina N . K . i · M. V. Meek, Uanllng S.W.' lol) I)njfilas. ;;r; N. Feilcnil: U. ' r c n s s , Spencer; EL *K. M a r i n e r . ^IV.'I H a r d i n g S.W.; Mrs. H. E. Wehcr. I t a n croft; It. J. Tnx, SIS iMnilison N.W.; .lacob Mary. Ifp'i; 1 /: D e l a v a r e P l a c e N.K.! liny A m u n d a n n , rr0 :nl N . K . ; M a u r i c e lillsls ·11)0 Crescent D r i v e ; Mrs. Don Gamble 'J'i rirrcn S.W. ; Mrj. W. O. Ouveriim, S' N^V.; iMartln Se\t'Icli, M l n n e a p o list .lean K r a m e r , il3ll Carolina I'lacc S E.; V. !.. Gashcl, RUB l o l l i N.E.; A. F Schnuer, 304 ^llil N.B.; Steve K l r o f f , Van n u r e n S.W.. each f o r f e i t e d SI. Improper Parking-- Etalnc Irish, :(,'(() K S t a l e , forrclleil {1. Fire Calls At £;"$ p.m. \Veitittsilx y (n '^.TIG \V.. J(m Kil in u ii (Li on. n c c n i ^ i n t pull oil rff Ras line c a u s i n g lire, a r r i v a l , ^Jst ,S' s t n v e oul Births Reported Mr. FOR THE FIRST TIME! PAYS (At Mercy H o s p i t a l ) -- « l l r j to Mrs. Del.OS* I.illicr. l u l l I'lrrcc N.W. W e d n e s d a y : tr'rl I" Mr. and M r s . Iliibcr M a r s h a l l . 21 W r s t v l c w Drive. Wednesday fffrl In Mr. anil Mrs. K c n n c l l i l U i n m c n V e n t u r n , W e d n e s d a y . FOR PROTECT Y O U R WHOLE FAMILY LESS THAN Ic A D A Y ' PER INDIVIDUAL This Policy Pays the Bills Docto 9 Ambulance · Iron Lung · Special · Transportation Nurse By Air or Rail Providei Ready Caih To Immediately Amirc the Beit Medical Care Par You *nd Your Loved Ones. Protect the Whole Family Don't Take Chunceil P o l i o m y e l l t i i Strikei at Adu)t nt well BJ ChiMren. Tht- Policy Protccti Young ond Old -Everyone in Your Family. Poliomyelitis--[;£;,»;·, i* common the year round, nlthou^Ii rpi- dctnic fllnRea ore reached during; lummer months. I3c rencly whenever it itrikes you nntl yours. Erpcniwe treMment by highly ·killed therapists h vitally necci- «ary immediately. Strikes W i t h o u t W a r n i n g You and your Children may be well nnd healthy now -- The future may brine thi DrcatJ Disease to Your Home. The finonci^l nisurunce of this new policy provides treatment thnt mny prevent the r.ivase* of thi* tcnrlul disease. Insure TODAY for LESS than Ic n Day for every member of your family. U N I T E D B E N E F I T L I F E I N S U R A N C E C O M P A N Y Companion Company of Mutual Benefit Health Accident Association, tha Largest Exclutiva Health and Accident Company in the World For Free Information --See, Phone, or Write: I I WOLSFELD 416 1st National Bank Building Clear Lake Court TJnattcnilfil Flshlnjf Ltnr--fJ. A. K l i a a r k Walcott. f l n r c l Slu anrl costs.' Realty Transfers Toliru.l. Orrln M. ami Marie, In I,i «ni! rtinrc. SI. ( W D ) r.ol II. H]k. ' y, . J a n i c * For.slcr'.i Adil. lo S. M. City.'T-^[I-." ( '. Cornelius, 1C, !·:. nnd A n n e t t e A , to Dor o t h y .lano H a m l l l n n . $ 1 , I W D ) hculn. roils W. of ME corn, nf Ihe S'~ of the SF IH-'JO-'JI). Ihrncf W. 77 ft., S. MO f! , K ; rt.. N. 3:tO ft. to place .if lirjjlniitnr. K-X-r,: IJn. Hm. Ilk. Tr. Co., to T o m m y Wi H u m GeorRC anil Doris. $1. 0f:l» t.nt 3 nnrt Lot a:t. In |)|k. 7 In W. Haven Add to M.C., H-[ll-.',. Chuzrn.' Aflnr anil Itelle. Chaten. flarr and J e a n n e , lo Clarence M r F n r l l a n d ; Idn Mae. Jt. ten., SJ. ((|r;i)) rnrnm. j S l v corner of a t r a c t dr.serlheit a, N' f t . nf W. L!7 ft. of K. r,; ii. ,,t I.,,i, i all 11 I51k. XI In I , Ft. Kirk's rcnlal nt Illk '!! and other h l k i . In S. M. (:.. thence lo point on W. linr. nf A d . t m t ' Ave. li", { S. of the NK corn, of Lot I, i n k . x:tK H. Kirk's rcplal of Illk. 311 and o t h e r Illk In S. M.C. N. 8 f t . W. lo p o i n t X f t . f of place of heglnnlnjr, t h e n c e X. H H I btirin.. 7-3I-.VJ. Ohaznn. Mler and Belle, In CUrrnce M Forlland anil Ida Mae. 11, ( W D t N. ir, f of S. 27 ft. of E. Si ft. of Lots i 'and In I!lk. 3!i, In I. M . K l r k ' n replal. I l l k . and other Itik.i. In H. M.f;.. l-'JI-a'! M«sen City, low* Phont 503 MRS. IVAN FOSSE KENET P E A R C E Little Theater Seeks 2,000 Members; Names Captains The Mason City Little Theater ccking a membership of 2,000 this 'car. The little theater membership committee met Wednesday eve- ling at the Kcnet Pcarcc home, 2 irclc Terrace, and selected 20 cam captains to direct the drive u Ccrro Gordo County. In adcli- ion, captains will be selected later n other North Iowa towns. Pearcc is membership drive ha inn an and Mrs. Lvan Fosse is ccrctary. Team captains arc: Doug Sherwin, Airs. William Eg- off, John A d a m s , Warren Moore, ilrs. Kcnct Pcarcc, Mrs. Micr Cha- cn, Ken G r i f f i n , Mrs. Dorothy U. K. Jones, Charles Morri- Declcer-Farrcll, Dr. {o!)crt .Moll, Mrs. Shoulder Broken in Accident Archie E. Lester, 73, 212 15t . W., was reported in good cond ion at Park Hospital 'J'hursdu after his right shoulder \vns broke vhcn he was struck by an automo jile \Vcdnesday cvenJng. Police said Lester was struck h i car driven by James II. Wooc U9 2flth S. W., at Mlh and N. Fee iral as Lester was walking acros he street. No charges were filed again Wood and he was not held 1 police. Tryouts Set Casting of the first little theater lay, "Father of the Bride," will egin Monday. There are some 20 parts and tryouts will be held at he Studio at 13'/2 N. Federal Monday and Tuesday evenings begin ning at 7:30. -ton, Mrs. .E. J. Sprengeler, Mrs. I. J. Roddy, Mr. anrl Mrs. Francis Dai-land, Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Wil on, M r s . J. U. Conroy, rural chairman; Mr. anil Mrs. Steve Stalil, Miss 1 Betty Pusch, M a r s h a l l Jlake, Harry Hoss. Adult memberships are $4 nnd student, $2. The membership cn- .itlcs the holder to sec five plays. The first, "Father of the Bride," spens 'Sept. 30 and continues- .hrough Oct. 2. Others arc: "Angel Street," Nov. 4, 5, G; "Born Yes terday," J a n . 20, 21, 22; "The Heir ess," March 3, ·), 5; "Harvey, 1 April 21, 22, 23. Director Charles Morrison and the little theater directors say the plays are suitable for the entire Family and were .selected with " f a m i l y theater" in m i n d . AUTHORIZED Sales Service ' PHONE 162 Home Appliance Co. 20 Second St. N. E. hieh is on the north 'inncbngn Uiver, side of the Mallards Set Stag to Aid Work of DU The Milliard Club, a group of ^orlh fowii duck hunters, will ponsor 'cnturn a stag Sept. 21 nt the Community Hall for the met Wednesday enefit of Ducks Unlimited, intcr- l a t i o n n l waterfowl organisation, t was announced Thursday. A catfish supper is planned ith special entertainment follow- ng. The stag will kick off the opening of the 3952 duck season vhich is expected to be in early October. The Milliards ivening at the Chick Inn, 27J3 9th S.W. -Tack Abel, son of Wil;on Abel, Mason City, who is state c h a i r m a n of DU, reported on a uimner spent with the organiza- ion in the prairie provinces of anada. Jack Abel worked with the DU organization banding birds and u n k i n g brood counts. He agreed ,vith earlier reports from I)U that here has been u record duck inlch in Canada. Navy flight crews will judges for the model events. More than $250 worth of prizes will bo awarded the contestants, who arc expected from as fnr n w u y as Oltuimva, Prizes Include model airplane engines, a construction kit, trophies and othei merchandise. An airplane trip Ic DCS Moines will bo. nwnnlcd the local winner. ' Tho events- n'ro "open lo the pub lie. An instructive program bookie 1 will be distributed to the- speelnlors so t h a t they can bo kept infornie( as to the program nnd (he typo o, activity. Seven classes ol' flying ovehts have been planned. The entrance fee is r0 cents which' entitles contestant to enter two events. Ai additional 50 cents is assessed fo each additional event. Contest officials lutvc appcalcc ) farmers in the area to reluri any planes Hint get out of contro of the* operators. It is possible they snici, for the planes to travc seven or eight miles, The iiaiir and mldress of the owner will b on e n c h p l n n c , officials explained. Entrance forms for the conies may bo obtained by writing t Model AvIiUion Contest, 725 Uriel and Tile Building, Mason City. Corn contains more protein thai nny other dry cereal. 5th Case of Polio Reported in City Mason City counted its fifth re-s orled polio _casc Thursday--and- he 10th reported in Cerro Gord.6, Jounty this year. ' Tho City Health Department said, hat Abble Lbu Shoop, 12, was; aken to Blank Memorial Hospital,U Des Moines Wednesday afterv loon. She is the daughter,of Mr. nnd Mrs. R. D. Shoop, 234 10th N.W. Mrs. Shoop said Thursday so far her daughter's case that' was Of the total of 10 polio cases re-' wiled in the .county, five have uc'en reported in the lust five* days. One hospital said it hud bean,; swamped with calls from anxious parents who feared that their chil- Iren, stricken with a fever or sprfj; hroat, might have polio. The hospital said several patients were" under observation as polio suspects. SERVE ICE CREAM "'-· FOREST CITY-- The Youth Fqt- lowships of the Forest City Methodist Church cream social is holding an ijpr on the Courthouse' lawn Saturday, from 3 to 10 p. rn ? ' Money raised will be used to pay ( ~ for a scholarship for a student In I n d i a . CALL 731 G.I. CAB LINE ··········································MM Walt 0n To Walk*** § formerly MID-CONTINENT A i n L i N c s now ··*· ·ffs I N T E R N A T I O N A L A I R W A Y S for reservations anywhere inside U.S.A. or Latin America tall your travel agent or phone the Braniff office Phone 654 HIP BROKEN IN FALL Mrs. Clef fie McConncll, 11, 403 28th ,S. \V., was reported in good condition at Park Hospital Thursday after b r o a k i n g a hip in a fall at homo Wednesday. Mason City Man Cited for Valor Chief Boatswain's Mate Keith A. Davis, son of H. B. Davis of Mason City, has received a commendation letter for valorous action. Now stationed al Cabaniss Field, Corpus Christi, Tex., he is presently assigned to the fire department. Signed by Vice Admiral C. T. Joy, tiic citation read: "Chief Boatswain's Mate Davis entered damaged, debris-laden and smoke-filled compartments of the USS Brush (DD-7-15) nnd displayed exceptional proficiency in removing m a n y personnel casualties despite dangerous conditions. His commendable actions were in keeping with the highest traditions of the United vStates N a v a l Service." ADAMS PRESCRIPTION PHARMACY "Where Pharmacy Is a Profession" 21 E. State St. PHONE 872 STOP AND SHOP AT THE CENTRAL FOOD MKT. PHONE 546 111 2nd ST. N. E. SOUTHEAST ACROSS FROM THE POSTOFFICE OPEN NIGHTS, SUNDAYS AND HOLIDAYS Home Maid ICE CREAM Quart 55c; Pint 28 Home Dressed FRYERS Pound Happy f««»l Danebg f««t Eaa«- f««» skip bock * ichod in th« joyow comfort of LAZY-BONES Th«»* iho«s are soft ond ftexibU -- *M* riflM for j irig fe«*. They're no* corr«kttv« fhcy're certainty corr«ci for 42 AND ALL P O P U L A R B R A N D S OF C5GARETTES Corfon $1.93 Pure GROUND BEEF . . 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