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February 25, 1954

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 28

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2ft F«b. 25, 1954 IteM* Cilj Gl«k«-Gai«ltc, Mtiou City, I». iMa§oitCity ·J I r "Dark School FEB. 28, MAKCEI l-»-- Fifth annual tow* V»rl*1le»." Mason Cllj- lUc ^Auditorium, 8:15 p.m. MABCH" 4 -- Community Co u o t r (, "The AnjtUfrtJ," harp quintet, Hifh School Auditorium, 8:15 p.m. . MARCH 30-- Cerro Gordo Comity Cancer Cruiade klckoK, Hotel Hanford, 8 p. in HERE IN MASON CITY $4.98 "N«w Spring Millinery" Fri. and Sat. Marvelous selection of "Belter Label" hats. All colors, clever styling. A gift hat box for each hat. Loftus Hat Shoppe, 8 1st N . 'W. . , : . ; · . , ; . V . : ; ; · · · · : Toys, furniture, clean rummage, back door. Thurs., Fri. and Sat 2911 So. Jeff. St. James Friendship Society Rummage Sale, 123 S. Federal, Feb. 26, 8:30. We still have a few Treasury Department B o o k 1 e t s entitled YOUR FEDERAL INCOME TAX. For sale at Globe-Gazette Business Office. Price 25 cents. $1.98, felt and velvet hats. Final closeout, 3 doz. better winter hats. Loftus Hat Shoppe, 8 1st N.W. Special water softener salt $1.98 100 Ibs. Boomhower Hdwe. Get your iawh mower sharpened now. Boomhower Hdwe. the regular March meeting of the 40 8 will be. held Monday at the clubrooms in Mason City starting with a dinner at G:30 p.m. Complete television antenna installation sales and service. Traub Car Sales, phone 1380. Dr. Schultz, Osteopath, room 641, Hotel Hanford. Phone 2960. They're alt talking about and using Spred Satin from Payne's. Get your Travelers checks at the United Home Bank Trust Co. , - -- » - £ · ' - · * - · · ' tjviivn- A U V J U I J VV l i l l t L i l t Venetian blinds cleaned, taken name implies. It is a guide for the down, del. free of. charge. 5204W. benefit of the assessor, who is re- 98c, knit hoods, ear warmers, quired to value the property either etc. Your choice of bal. of stock, above or below the figure given, Loftus Hat Shoppe, 8 1st N.W Veterans! Veterans! H a m i l t o n graduates are going out to posi fe»- a.v4.u« HrfO ui. U S U1I1 S U L I L 1. LI JJUoi- ··«·«»!- j-n A H 1.011111^0 CHILI 1U.VUI j tions at $180, $200, $225, $250 per items except those stated as ex. month. Call 945 and ask us about em P t by law. All jewelry and clia- tiiis. monds, including watches and R u m m a g e Sale Fri., 1104 Maple P ianos ' radios and onboard mo- ri ve p°rs are examples of. items considered as luxuries. Refrigerators most kitchen furnishings, cx- '····', home freezers, and bed- Drive. Stoker with elec. controls and , tons of coal. 224 \V. Slate. Rummage Sale '· »} 123 S. Fed. Sat. 9 a.m. America's top TV twoMntie, I.u cille Ball and Desi Arnaz are in the movies now 1 . You'll roar a -tlK:k- frantic antics in "The Long, Lo;.v' Trailer" . . . i n color, cominj, to the Cecil Friday. Qualifying Round of State Music Contests Is Started Assessor's Price Guide Explained ; Many residents of" Mason City and Cerro Gordo County have learned that installing a television set in their homes means a call from the assessor.:'. .. A personal property lax will be paid in 1955. by residents who owned TV sets when fieldmen from the city and county assessor's offices made their rounds in 1954. Fieldmen will make their evaluations of the television sets and other personal property on the basis of the Iowa Personal Property Price Guide, which has been adopted by the price guide commission of the Iowa State Association of Assessors and authorized for use by the State Tax Commission. Actual values of television sets, including normal aerial installation, according to the price guide, are as follows: 17-inch screen table model, SlOO, and cabinet, $130; combination TV; record player and radio, $200; 21-inch screen lable model, $150; cabinet, $160, and combination, $270. 60 Per Cent of Value The assessed valuations are 60 per cent of actual value. Another comparatively new item, which is showing up more often on assessors' lists is the home freezer. The price guide lists a GO per cent valuation on home freezers of $9 a cubic foot. It has been pointed out that on television and home freezers, as well as on all personal property, the price guide is only what the according to his judgment. Assessed valuations are taken on home furnishings and luxury Lions Club Hears High School Band of 5 Years Hence Mason City Lions at their luncheon meeting in the VFW home Wednesday noon were treated to a preview of the Mason City High School band of four or five years from another way of saying : .shings, excepting spare guest beds, are exempt items, according to City Assessor Howard Le V. Valuation On Livestock The assessed valuation, at 60 per, cent of value, of · some kinds of livestock are listed below: Cattle in feeding over one year: Steers, up to 800 pounds, $54; steers, 801 to 1,000 pounds, SCO; steers 1,001 to 1,200 pounds, $63; heifers, $45; cows, $45. Cattle not on feed: Ho'fers, 1 year old, $45; heifers, ;! vv.^rs old, $54; cows, 3 years anJ vor, $57; steers, 1 year old, $45; steers, 2 years old, $54. Sheep, over nine months, 36; iwine, over nine months, $2l; lorses and mules, one year and over, $12; ponies, show and riding horses, $30 to $480; bulls, 1 year old, $75; bulls^ 2 years and over, 'ilOS; bulls, artificial breeders, etc., 1300; to $1,20.0. Assessors Making Rounds Assessors who are making the RED CROSS IN MARCH--Mayor George E. Mendon has proclaimed March 1954 as Red Cross Month and urged all citizens of the community to join without reservation in the 1954 Red Cross campaign through the Cerro Gordo Chapter. He urged that "all men and women of good will remember that this great humanitarian organization must be maintained at full strength in members and funds." land Township, and Paul Nelson, Union Township. C. E. Ashland, Clear Lake corporation; W. C. Jessup, Dougherty; B. R. Thomas, Plymouth; Harry Pippert, Rock Falls; Frank Kirk, Rockwell and Swaledale, and Lora Throssel, Thornton. Police Seek Three Who Skipped Bill Police had warrants for three men Thursday who had checked out of the Hotel Hanford without paying their bill. The men were listed as Robert W. C u m m i n g s and George Welsh, Omaha, and E. G. Hall, Sioux Falls, S. D. The men owed' $40. A fence over 1,000 miles Jong tins been built across Australia in an 1 effort to control rabbits. Students in the stringed instruments department of Mason City High School Wednesday started the qualifying rbuncl of the home contests to pick entries in the slate contest series. Only three can qualify on any one instrument for the preliminary contests at Britt April 9 and 10". Both vocal and instrumental soloists and small ensembles will compete at that contest. The three qualifying as pianists were Delores McPhcrren, Barbara Paxton and Mary Laughlin. The judge, Sydney Stott, also gave Division I ratings to.Beverly Elliott, Rose Ann Cooper and Phyllis Ellison. Strings Qualify Judge for the stringed instruments was DaHas Tjaden. Those from the 9th through 12th grades who qualified for the state contest were: String basses -- Kay Kentncr, Gary Coats and Roger Diercks; cello--Fae Fraser; viola--Mary Witte, and violins--Barbara Paxton, Joice Miller and Norma Klarr. Others from the top four grades rating Division I were: Joan Westwick, string bass; and Katherine Rumeliote, Barbara Erbe, Sylvia Holm, Melva Brendel, Caral Ann Garland and Mary Stewart, violinists. Not Competing In the seventh and eight grades which are not eligible for state competition, Division 1 ratings were awarded as follows: Violins-Patty Schulze, Robert Stevens, Mary Joe Palmer, Signe Van Houlen, Janet Gray, Joan Hendrickson and Nancy Fialo; cello--Allene Frahm and LeRoy Vrchota; string bass--Lanelle Schuler. Twelve violinists in grades 3 through C rated one-plus. They were Lynn Streeter, Dorothy Hill, Tommy Leake, Kathleen Mustain, Judy Gibson, Bobby Mentzer, Diane Hosteller, Tommy Wilson, Nancy Bartusek, -Sheryl! O'Brien, Linda Dow and Robert Evans. Others rating Division I were Susan Seymour, Jack Buclke, Vergene Klevas, James Turner, Lanis Wallskog, · Nancy Hughes, Arthur Stalker, Dnr.: Kimm, Jana Grieb- Hng, Care!-:' i.dimann, Rachael Scherf, Ma:.;, .-/ai Logan, Marjorie Cory and f .:·.·· Kesse. N E WS of RECORD Births Reported (At Mercy Hospital)--Girl to Mr. ani Mrs. Albert March. Rockwell. Wednesday girl to Mr. anil Mrs. Henry Ackerman Northwoud, Thursday. Fire Calls Grass Fire--S0:i 5th S.E., G. L. Boimii 3:30 p.m., Wednesday. Police Court Usliif Obscene Language--Jerry Marlii Harper,': 27,' .530 4th N.E., fined J:S costs o r 7 'days. . . . . . ' · , ' _ . ' . , ' Speeainf-^Joliuule Thomas Rhera, 35 IUS ,0th Pi. S.W., forfeited 513 bond. Iiitoxleutton--Orvllle N'nrrU. .Qualle, »1 Albla',. forfeited J15 bond. Noel Bromlo Thurbcr. 37. 2307 "iiid S.W. Patrick Josep. O'Umuiell, ,V, Oourherty, each fined S! and c o s t s . o r , ' A d«ys. ' : Overtime Purkliig--C. I. Snyder, 18 Is S.E.; Mrs. Freil M. CoiikHn, 11)11 St*te; Don Adams, it Beaumont Dr.: t)r A. W. McGulre. B. * T. Building) 111 d r e d , Teimlhlll,; Allierl I.ea, .Minn.) Walte l.Ievereau, Clear L a k e ; Keith Ransoi Ventura: Art Uodrlguez, r!Hb S. federal J. A. Clark, llox tOi; R. A. Simmons (Vest Chfcaeo, III.; Mrs. Jay Ilbulaha CO I!rook Terrace; John McClualters. I l l 1st N.W.; Sirs. Stanley Kotz, KocUford Ned llrandt, 77 Lfudeii Drive; Dave Low enberg. :17 20lh S.K.; Harold Wass, IPO 1.1th N.E.; George Hannaman, !IOS 51 S.Ii.; Juhii F. Van Horn, Lalimer: Mober M i l l e r . HOW Jefrersou N.W.; Mrs. J." D Johnson, I I W Adams N.W.; Roger Holm sack. :in Sri X.E.i Mrs. John Uartlett Clear I,ake: A'lrjll ISrazel, ''ll 5th S.E. Ray Amundson, 55tt :trd N.E.i Rollan Duff, 102 Kentucky S.E.; Dlcfc Bastlan Clear L a k e ; Joe Dergaiw., Route i, eacl forfeited SI. Vaughn Solberjr. 2:!I 6th N W.: W i l l i a m Ver Heist, 1,158 lUmpshin X.H., cacii forfelteil S'J for tivn violations I.. T. llowen, ISOVi S. Federal: W a. y a Schmidt. 1() Delaware S.E.! Jerome "file heshelmer, 11.10 Rliode Island N.E.; Her! antt GenrEC Radio Service, n 2nd S.W. each f o r f e i t e d S'.t for three violations. Improper Parkin*--E u e en e Peterson E s t h e r v l l l e : Helen Paquette. an 1 - ^nd N T... each f o r f e i t e d SI. Parking In F r o n t of Theater Bill-- :oree rammers, 7.1'i R i v e r Heights, for felted %3. New Car Sales Hankers Life Company, 80S Brict and Tltc nnlldlnc. Chevrolet;' Francis b'erdi nand Foell, Rockwell, Ford: Mildred La Vonne Wheeler, 118 10th N.E., Ford: Mer vln Ray or Barbara Lucille Norrls, Thorn ton, Chevrolet; Leonard Harold Olson, '. 9lh N.E.. Mercury; Henkel Constructloi Company: Maion City. International truck Dick nirks, Meservey. Ford: Eastman'. Clear Lake Grain Company, Clear Like GMC truck. Marriage Licenses OUT Clifford Johnson, !·;, and Marj Darlene Hutler, V'O, both of Minneapolis Jessie B^iiton Almqulst, 'M. and Ma.xlne Ann ZelViaun, M. both of Lester Prairie jilnn. Rexliy Transfers Cliiie, Robert W. and Helen C. to Ear C. Doty and Joan M. Jt ten 1.0ft Wl) Hi. Midland Hta., SI. City. 2-20-51. Ewers, Lawrence JI. and l*aura Lee cr Gerald Snyder and Hulh K. Jt ten I 01 WD Lot 2, Itlk 1, Talrvkw Add., M. City Morris. Roy E. and Henrietta Ala* to BRITVEN'S SUPER MARKET 1647 NORTH FEDERAL SPECIALS FOR FRIDAY/ SATURDAY AND SUNDAY Norfhern TISSUE 3 Roiu 25c I Brown or Powdered I ^MH ^^ ^M ^^^ A SPCAR;...... 2,.». · ' ^^^^^i-y- '^^^^^^^^^^^^m^^^^*^^^^^^^^^,^^ JELL-O now. That's . . o that the 72-piece grr-.de school band° under the baton of Stanley Davis, provided the program. Between numbers Davis explained the ir strum cntal music program whie:* starts in the second grade and carries youngsters through to their j'^ior high school days. This year 303 boys and girls are involved in the program--121 as beginners, 118 in the intermediate area and 72 in the all city band. The Wednesday program included and . . _ built around individual sections of theJTmvnshVpTlto^V;' Pip£ ,, . -..- £,,;,,,, -,,, , , . . , , Township; James Curley, Geneseo Gordon Blanchard introduced the Township: Fred T. Peterson."Grant program. The invocation was by C. Township; Paul Nelson, Grimes Ji. Gilman, the noon headlines by Township; Harry A. Petersun Howard Knescl. Dale Ncbel, prin- Lake Towr:h'; B. R. Tho-nas cipal of Hoover School, was elected into membership, Committees for the annual Lions Club show were announced by Q . ... ' * J« UJa+ i "ILnrj T I » M *_»ji.v, t \_/ v ii ^ u» u^jiip, ivwj' rame will serve as genera] chair- Trimble, Pleasant Valley Town- m a n - ' ' h'p; Edward G. DeGraw, Port-' ·ounds in Mason City and Cerro Gordo County t' "s year include: Mason City, \vard l, George M. Valters. Ward 2, PI. L. McCaughey; Ward i, Walter A. Carter; Ward 4, Ray Sizer; and in the business district, O. P. Hackbarth. Those operating'out of County Assessor Arthur Harris' office are: J. M. Ryburri, Bath Township; Lloyd Miller, Clear Lake Town-' . . ,, Lime Creek ..u 'nship; Wayne V/ol- ford, Lincoln Township; A. D.i Diercks, Mason Township; Lloyd Miller. Mount Vernon Township; Viva Dyre, Owen Township; Roy OPEN KITES aixd SUNDAY CENTRAL FOOD MARKET P H O N E F R E E 5W D E L I V E R Y "Southeast" "Across From Posfoffice" Monarch Finer * Foods Clover Crest BUTTER Pound 69c Ot'R OWN MAKE ICE CREAM Gallon ROASTING HENS Pound 39c · Beer · Mixes · Ciqoreis · Pop 1 FIRST IN TOWN! _ FROM .LOCA1 FARMS TM Fresh Dressed 5 SPRING FRYERS 4 Pe,r Pound . . . 4ic 1 9 5 4 QUALTTY FRESH OYSTERS--FRUIT--MEATS FROZEN FISH PHVilNGS Miracle WHIP 49c Country Club BEER 6 Ciin Pack SPRY 3-lb. Cor 79c Lean, Tender BEEF ROAST DECKER'S CANNED PICNICS White or Red POTATOES 5B ° a9b $1.19 Fresh, Crisp HEAD LETTUCE 2 f ., 29c TIDE Srrictly Fresh EGGS Dox. 39c FALSTAFF BEER 6 Pack BUTTSR'-NUT COFFEE 98c Duncan Hine; BUTTERMILK Pancake M m Package viX ,'' J 'i" Borden's CHOCOLATE FUDGE ice Cream Pie STAR-KIST TUNA Can 45c Each 49C Let Us Mail Your LUCKY LEVER CONTEST BLANKS for You. CLEAR QUILL DUG FOOD 69c Wrigley's S P E A R M I N T GUM Packs . lOc BLUE STAR Potato Chips Large Bag 55c HILLS BROS COFFEE Pound 98c VEL Package 29C COLGATE Dental Cream 59c Economy Size . . . BRITVEN'S HOME OWNED SUPER MARKET 1647, NORTH FEDERAL · PHONE 882 · FREE PARKING--DELIVERIES We R«Mrv« th« Right to Limit Quantities Pnct« Good Friday and Saturday Stor. Hour, · W*«k O.yf, » A. M. to I P. M. Sondiyi *nd Holiday., » A. M. to 12 Nooii, 5 to t P. M. Globe-Gazette photo PLANNING STATE CONVENTION--Plans for the state convention of the Veterans of Foreign Wars to be held in Mason City June 18-20, were started Wednesday night at the VFW Club. From left to right on the planning: board are (seated) J. R. O'Brien, chairman ; Mrs. Ray Van Note, chairman of the Auxiliary; Leo M. S M' e e s y, department cochairman; Arch D. Walker, Des Moines, department convention chairman; (standing) Max W. Van Horn, Des Moines, department adjutant, and Don Keller, convention chairman. Gustavo Neuhaus and Leone E. jt ten UlO WD W JOO ft of Lot IS'i In Hoyt's tat Add., Al. City, J.MKM. iloir»n, Mary Connera lo Miry Cdnners Hoean and IJanlcl Jt ten l.OU Wl) Ln'ix 7, S and 0. Itlk a, Dougherty, 'J-U'i-SI. Selherllnir. Richard C. to «eorge Wirtjes and 2adi 1.00 WD E'/iNW/i and SW/i NW/4 of sec. lo-nn-ii), i-'!s-n«. Foster, H a r r y M.; Ellis Foster; Jlande Cheney and Edward i J l a r Orolte utid O. B.; Elva K o f f m a n ami Eusene H. to Don E. Fish and Ylrcll I,. I.DO WD SliiSW'/i of Sec. 1'J and SWV'iSEVi 'nt Sec. 1!) and NW'/i of Sec. 30. all hi township B5-J1, iMllroy, Gladys Jr. anil Kenneth L. to William W. O'Dell and Donna. L. jt ten 1.00 WD Lot G In Sub of NWV4 of Sec. R-8B-20 excepting; the E 70 ft 7 Inches and W W led and S llttii feef, 2--4-J-5I. · Uerge, Joseph O. and Eldora N. to Vlr- gll L. Wrliht and Winifred I., jt ten 1 00 WD Lot -20, Bit 3 East Park VI Add., M. City, ii-15-51. Funk. Loulte to Phil W. One 1,00 WD Lot ·I. O. F, Farrcr's Replat of Hlk "II," Oak Park Add., M. City, .s-3.1-5t Larry Brady, 5, Struck by Car; Injured Seriously Larry Brady, 5, son of Mr. and Mrs, Louis Brady, 523 -Uh N. E., was improved but still in serious condition at the Park Hospital Thursday after being struck by a car Wednesday while playing with three other boys. The boy had been in the back yard of his home nnd ran around the house and ; -va into the street where he was sruok by Arthur Hay Warner, 67, c .; Kentucky N. E. The car skidded 39 feet before striking the boy and threw him 39 feet from the point of impact;police reported. The Brady boy suffered a skull fracture, concussions and abrasions. He was in a semi-conscious stale until early Thursday. In another accident reported to police Wednesday cars driven by D way no L. Evanson, 17, Route 1, and Roger Lyle Math, 17, Route 3, collided at 819 S. Federal. The grill, front* bumper, bumper guards, radiator and both front fenders were damaged on the Evanson car. Muth's trunk lid, rear bumper, rear bumper guards a n d . trunk were damaged. - VALUE and Key Strip from a can of COFFEE A LL YOURS AT$1.80 SA V!NG! Ten fuH-size packets of genuine Burpee Flower Seeds, carefully selected to brighten your yard all spring and summer with rainbows of brilliant colors. Worth $2.05 -- yolirs for only 25c and the key strip from a can of Butter-Nut Coffee. Get yours now--be ready to plant' Order one or several assortments -- as you continue to enjoy the rich, 'full-bodied flavor of Butter-Nut, the coffee Delicious. Mail';to Butter-Nut, 701 South 10th St., Omaha, Nebr. , Offtriff tret March27 - . · ' - , " ' - . , ' · ; . , ' * ' . ' · _ Mail Coupon Today { FILL OUT AND MAIL , 701 i*fld al one* ' ft»w«r Garden S«ed ]«ti, 1 VMC!*!* -lUTTH.NUT COf«I kiy llrlp, and * ' (Ji{ mr.t k.y ililf Irtm · on ·( (UniD-NUT COffll l«r .,), ,., ^4^^

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