The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on August 22, 1952 · Page 11
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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 11

Mason City, Iowa
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Friday, August 22, 1952
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Fall Semester at Loras College Will Begin Sept. 15 (Aug. 22, .. 1»S2 Mason Clljr CI»!)«.G»«ti(«, M 11 Women Wore "fiosom Pods' 7 90 Years Ago HANLONT'OWN _ W h i i e Mrs. Carl Rooth was sorting the belongings of her late uncle, Charles Myers, at his Humboldt home she found a copy 0 £ the "Demorest " * magazine for women printed in the 1860's. The advertising pages of Ihc magazine were particularly interesting and along with offers of the latest thing in hoop skirts, "much more sanitary because they were constructed entirely of metal" and hand washers and wringers "lo lighten milady's housework," there was an ad for spring bosom pads "lo giye Ihe desired rotundity to the figure." This seems to prove that all the modern talk of "falsies" isn't so modern after all. SIX MEN INDUCTED NEW HAMPTON-Six Chickasaw County men will be inducted on Sept. 3. They are Virgil Laures aiul Richard Wylder, New Hampton; Francis Tenge, North Washington; Darol Kruger, Nashua; Clifford Brandenburg, Fredericksburg, and John Jach, Alta Vista. TRY A G-G CLASSfrlED AD! WINS AT NASHUA--Leon Muetherthies, o£ the Lawler Lively Lads 4-H Club, showed the grand champion baby beef at the Big-Four Fair at Nashua. His Aberdeen Angus will be sold at the 4-H beef sale Saturday. WIN FAIR HONORS OSAGE--Mary Bonoff and Leone Condsky won the right to represent Mitchell County in the senior demonstration at the State Fair, leaving Wednesday for DCS Moines. Leaders include Mrs. Sam Bonoff and Mrs. Ross Harmon. RIVERSIDE BARN DANCE 725 NORTH KENTUCKY MASON CITY SATURDAY, AUGUST 23 RAY'S ACCORDION BAND FOR RESERVATIONS PHONE 2002 DANCE SATURDAY NIGHT, AUGUST 23 Music By The SWING KINGS HIDDEN INN AT MANLY. IOWA THE WORLD'S LARGEST TEAM Showing at the Iowa State Fair A b o u t U i l r l y j e a r s ago T started pulling t e a m s (n pulling contest'. It was plain ti» see that if you w.inted In ivin you hud to huvc a lilppcr and hc.ttcr team than the ottitrj hail, so I i m m e d i a t e l y M a r l r d to brrcil til* liorsca. In IMli J. (I.. M a u t i U i i m of F n i r f l r l d , I o w a , i m p o r t e d the l.iuei-sl and tcsl JlallloH lh:«t J had e v e r SCPJI. I xlarlnl brrnJInir In Dial horse and raised several colts f r o m h i m . In 104! T came out w i t h Ihc hi'iii!"' p i i i r if f h r c i - y u n r - o t f f s ' t h a t anybody had ever seen. They weighed nvi-r 2300 pounds iipiccc. f ' tiultc-d them in four contests and won them o i l . They were so much hiRgcr ami stronger then, than the other teams (tint I was liarrctl from nil competition In Ihc male, but I kepi them In shape and pulled in a few ont-nl-smic itialrhcs nnd won them all. fn 13K (lii'v weighed 27/0 pound.? aim 2H?ti pounds .-ipiccc. 1 took Iheni I" Michigan where the compclltton was open to the world. ! pulled them in seven contests and won them all and set three world's records. They created a sill* show. nuirn e x c i t m r n l t h a t I d e c i d e d to show t h e m itt 3. tent In 111 II f lo^l onr of them and I; no n i n e that I could not replace It In tlic U n i t e d State*. I sailed to TCurope lo sec wh?.t I co,dd find. A f l f l r a lonp s e a r c h I found a icreat xlalllnn in Rrlgtum anil I liruiiglit him home. He Is c l a i m e d to be one nf the bittern and hesl horses ever lo cross the ocean. World's blKsest thrce-.vcar-old. Don't ( A l l lo see thli colt and his R r e i l sire at the Iowa S l a t e Fair, located on the nnrlh side of flrand Avenue, west of the xrantlsUml, by the fish and f » m e !iull(lln«. They w i l l also he «tilh»tcil at the. CUy County Fair at Snencr.r, Iowa, anil Ihe Dairy Cattle Connress at Waterloo, Iowa, lids y e a r . First Osage Water Show Draws 1,200 OSAGE -- Osage's first water how staged at the municipal pool mder the direction of Fred Shalle attracted a crowd estimated at 1,200 persons. Among the features were acsthc- ic swimming, diving and various tunts from the individual water beginner to the adept lifeguards. Harland ITahn, who suffered po- io and is now fighting the after cf- "ects, demonstrated what water- can do for him as well as any han- Jicappcd person. All phases of water work were demonstrated from life saving to adroit maneuvers in the water. Test Freshmen for Placement Classes Scheduled to Start Sept. 18 DUBUQUE--Registration for the 1952 fall semester at Loras College is scheduled to begin on Monday, Sept. 15, according lo the lit. Rev. Norbert C. Barrett,.dean of studies. Juniors and seniors will register at that time, with sophomore registration slated for Sept. 1G and freshmen scheduled to sign up on Sept. 17. All registration will be held in the college fieldhouse from 8 a. m. lo 3 p. in, Fall term classes at Loras arc scheduled to begin at 8 a. m. on Thursday, Sept. 18. The froshman .placement test, which is, required of nil entering freshmen, will be administered in four sessions on Thursday and Friday, Sept. .11 and 12. Tho sessions will be held at 9:30 a. m. and 1:30 p. m. All students who have not as yet filed applications for admittance arc urged to do so as soon as possible by Msgr. Barrett in 'order that their applications can be processed prior to registration. This applies particularly to entering freshmen who will be required to take the placement lest before they can register. Students who do not have a rcg istration permit signed by the dean of studies will be allowed to regis- SHOWS GRAND CHAMPION--Larry Wicks of Karisiwha shows the grand champion baby beef, an Aberdeen Angus weighing 1,060 pounds, at the district fair at Eagle Grove. Larry received $530 for the call'. tcr. Freshmen orientation , lectures will be held in the college chapel auditorium on Sept. 15 and 1(5, in two daily sessions at 9:30 a. m. and 1:30 p. m. Garner Church Plans Festival GARNER--The Zion Evangelical and Reformed Church will celebrate its annual mission festival Sunday, according to the Rev. Carl J. Mohr. Two services will be held the morning service schcd- with ulecl for 10:30 and the afternoon service for 2:30. Dr. Carl Klein of St. Louis will be the festival speaker., The ladies of Die church will serve a noon meal on Sunday in the high school lunch room across Lhe street from the church. Services at the Peace Reformed Church in Ell Township have been canceled and members have been invited to attend the festival service at Zion. Charles 'City Hires Home EC I n s t r u c t o r CHARLES CITY--Miss M a r i a n Bargcr, Swea City, has been employed to teach a three year program in the home economics department, Charles City High School. She will succeed Miss Margaret Shelley. Miss Bargcr is a graduate of Iowa State College, Ames. She taught in the schools at Hampton the last two years. Miss Barger is in Charles City now on a Smith-Hughes vocational program visiting homes and getting acquainted with her new students. Included in the course is homcmaking, cooking, s e w i n g , child care, home furnishings and consumer buying. IOWA'S WONDER SHOW PLACE NO. SHORE · CLEAR LAKE. IA. -- F r i d a y , Aug. 22 -BOB HIS H I L L B I L L I E S -- Saturday, Aug. 23 -JULES HERMAN Dancing At Its Best School Bell Rings Sept. 1 at Plymouth I' L Y M O U T IT -- Supt. Donald Goelschius announces the opening oC t h e P l y m o u t h consolidated schools on Monday, Sept. 1. Buses will come at regular lime and return the children nl noon on the first day. Ren Snell and Cliff Morrow have worked hard this summer painting and repairing the school plant. Both buildings are in lip-top condition. In the high school all the floors have been cleaned and refinished: and the hallways and assembly have been repainted. Boyd Hoclscui, president of. the board of education announces the following faculty. Alice Reynolds will teach kindergarten; Lura Kinney, first; Marjorie Murren, second; Phoebe Barllcson, third; Martha Ehlcrs, fourth; Corrinc Miller, f i f t h ; Mabel Blanchard, sixth; Esther Clause, elementary principal and departmental sixth,' seventh and eighth; Eleanor Taskcr, elementary vocal music and English and reading in Grades seven and eight. In high school Earl Mason will teach English and dramatics; Harry Anderson, commercial and girls' athletic director; Mrs. Gorden Michels, home economics and science; Gordon Michcls, vocational agriculture and physics; and Don Blanchard, boys' athletic director, high school principal and social science. Peter Karmakis, who taught instrumental music at Fertile last year, will have charge of both the Plymouth and Fertile bands this year. Cliff Morrow has the buses in first class condition. Bus routes will be approximately the same as l a s t . year. Kindergarten children will be returned at noon as in the past. Mrs. Alfred Brockcr and Carrie Glaus will again have charge of the hot lunch program. Plan Opening of Schools at Little Cedar LITTLE CEDAR--The Little Cedar consolidated school will open Monday, Sept. 1, at 9 n. in. Registration of pupils will be held nnd Class assignments given in the forenoon. Pupils will attend school only until noon and a faculty meeting will bo lickl in Ihc afternoon, Classes will be held all day beginning Tuesday. Staff Listed All but twc members ol the 1051-52 teaching staff are returning for this year. John 0.'French will begin his fourth year as sii pcrintcndent ;iml boys' and girls coach. All high school facility members are reluming for the fourth year. It is composed of Mr. French, in slruclor in history and m a n u a l arts; Carroll Jones of L i m c Springs, mathematics nnd science; Miss Catherine Wolf of Osagc, commercial and English; Mrs, Emerson ISvnhs of Joicc, English and, music instructor for both the nigh school and grades. Edward Olson of Thompson, who lias been attending Waldorf Col- 1 logo n't Forest City, will start his first, year here as teacher for the seventh and eighth grades. Mrs. Claude Culbertson of Little Cedar will tench fifth and sixth grades lor her eleventh year hero. Miss Helen Dauforlh of Osage, who lias laught at Mason City nnd in Germ a n y , FIRST IN DIVISION--This trim looking Hampshire .lamb placed first in the market class of the FFA division at the Eagle Grove distinct livestock show. Showing the lamb is Bruce Loinbach for Sherman Oberluuiscr who was ill. The boys are from thc.Belmond club. Y _ | - - _ ' _ . _ - - . . _ . . . . . - . - . _ . . . . . . - . " I " . - - - - - ^^TJ Livestock at Fair Sells for Fancy Prices EAGLE GROVE -- The Eagle Grove district fair livestock show closed here with the annual sale of livestock. The sale grossed .the youthful feeders a total oC $40,385 as 35 sheep, 78 market pigs and 112 baby beeves crossed the ring., M. and M. Livestock Products Company of Eagle Grove paid $7U per hundred for the grand champion market barrow. Tho l'J! pound black Poland China brought his owner, Don B e r n a r d , a total of ?1!8.10. He will be entered in State Fair competition. The pigs sold averaged 205 pounds apiece and brought a sale average of $24.28 per hundredweight, Boone Valley Co-opcralive Association of Eagle Grpve paid $50 per hundred for the l.OGO-pound grand champion baby beef. Larry Wicks, K a n a w h a -1-71 Inembor grossed $530 for ll.e Angus calf. Reserve c h a m p i o n , also an Angus, was sold to Gene's Club o[ Eagle Grove at $'10.50 per h u n d r e d . This calf was fed and shown by Arlcn Pals, Bclmond, who showed last year's grand c h a m p i o n . The $:S5,r00 share from this d i v i - sion of the sale came from calves a v e r a g i n g 920 pounds selling at an average of $34.41 per h u n d r e d . Added to the sale this year was market l a m b division. This show, primarily through the efforts of Belmond vocational a g r i c u l t u r e director, Don Collinson, and his chapter of F. F, A. boys, had grown in size until fair directors felt It worth while l add this division lo Hie sale. · The champion market lamb, weighing about 100 pounds, brought. $M per hundred for his owner, Sherman Obcrhauscr, of HelmoricL Thor Locker of Thor purchased the lamb. A total of 35 head of Iambs averaged 03 pounds apiece nnd brought an average of $U2.22:per hundred, begin her first yc»r here as third and fourth grade instructor. Mrs. Glen Richards of Osagc returns for her third ycar- lo · loach first and second grades, Mrs. Orlie Carlson of Osagc, who taught third nnd fourth grades last semester, will take the kinder-! garlcii when it is set up next spring. Lunches Same Price The hot lunch program will continue this year under the supervision of the school mothers' com mittcc of which Mrs. fiveroU, Newton is c h a i r m a n . Mrs. Leonard Doanc and Mrs. Ellsworth Emerson will bo the cooks for their fourth year with Mrs, Claude Culbertson as bookkeeper. The .price for the hot lunch has not been increased but will continue at the previous rales of 25 cents for high school nnd junior high students nnd 20 cents for the grade students. Lunches will ijo served beg i n n i n g Tuesday, Sept. 2. MYRNA THEOBALD --Quetn of StyU List Winners in Style Revue Mitchell Fair Honor to Stacyville Girl OSAGE -- Myrna Theobald, of Staeyvillo, n member of the Stacy Aces 1-H Club, was chosen as outstanding girl at the style revue of the Mitchell County Fair at Osage, She will leave Saturday for DCS Moines to compete with olhe'rs nt the Slate Fair. . Oulslanding junior girl, w a s Sharon Loney of Liberty Townshipl Department \v i n n e r.s included Marilyn Ham of "Mitchell in "Thrift ' With Snap and Style" for seniors and Phyflis Merrill of Lincoln for juniors. "Snap' and Stylo" winner \ was Sharon Loney with ' Sylvia' Pricin of St.'Ansgar as junior win- 11,000 Use Decorah Pool During July DECORAH--A swimming exhibition will be held at the closing day of the Dccorah s w i m m i n g pool on Aug. 20. Tho e x h i b i t i o n is to be pro- scnled by all those who h a v e taken lessons this summer. The program will begin at 2 p. rn., according to Burton Faldct, pool mnnager. Following the ex- h i b i t i o n the .pool, will be open for a free .swimming period. The record high for allendance nt the pool this year for any one day was 825 on .rune 29. D u r i n g .July, Jl.ODti s w i m m e r s m a d e use of (lie pool, while in J u n e there were 7,017. Clnnij) ; " Canny will return for Ills second, year as school custodi- Htis drivers for Ihc coming year will be Jlaymond Conrad, Giants Canny and Bill Stout with substitute drivers, Peter Johnson and John French and Allan DuShane. ncr. , . "Color" winner was Myrha'Theo- bald with Elaine Blbng of Stacyville for juniors. "Best Fit", winner \vas Mary llaugcn of.Moha for Iho ^seniors and Sharon' Loney for juniors. Best posture award was given lo Myrna Theobald and Jean Wilde for juniors. Best "Workmanship" wont to Sylvia "Priem of SI, Ansgar for seniors and Phyllis Merrill as junior. Blue ribbons went'to ;senior, girlj Ann Melrick', Sylvia Priem,''Marilyn Ham, 'Pal Schrage, 'Mary Iftuigcn and Myrna Theobald, with blue ribbons -for, juniors going to Sharon Lotioy, ".phyllis MorrUt) Joan-Wilde and Ehiine *Blong. ^ ; ' . - . ,, - . , i .-- i i ^ MANLY--Miss Celia Sheldon of Hiihtsville, TCX.T is'a, guest in thi home of Miss Adelphia'MilchelU They were'"at'one lime! members of the Sam Houston College faculty, and' are' rencwirigt,acquaint- ances. . ' , , J Eagle Grove to Serve Watermelon on Sept. 6 EAGLE GHOVE--Saturday, Sepl. 0, .is t o . b e Walormckm Day in Eagle Grove, sponsored by the retail promotion committee of the Ch.imijcr of Commerca. The free watermelon is, to be served in Central Park from 1:30 to 4:30 p. m. and from 7 to 10-p. m. Members of the Chamber of Commerce will foe in charge of the watermelon serving, SWALEDALE -- Mr. and Mrs. Ualph Arnett of Yorkvillc, III., vis- ilcd Mr. a n d - M r s . W i l l i a m Hodsoii. THE WEATHER IS NEVEt TOO HOT OR HUMffi , for Ztnlth't «ttlu»Iv« 'T»rm«- phon«" , . . th« microphone ttxrt r'mlit* d«t*rioritivn, »OVM npolr co«lil HEARING AIDS Dntterlc* Fur All Hearing.; Aids CASEY DRUG CO. 335 Sol Fed. Ph. Wl *************************** Winneshiek PMA Members Chosen DECORAH -- Leo C. Hcrokl of Jackson Township was re-elected c h a i r m a n of Winneshiek County ~MA at the county convention of ielegatcs. Other members of the county board who also were reelected include Julius Jacobson, vice c h a i r m a n ; Lynn U. Crawford, m e m b e r ; Ellis P i i K r i m , first a i r :ern.itc, and Walter [JrancJt, second alternate. America's Newest and Most Exciting Band NEAL HEFTI FRANCES WAYNE And their Orchestra With the C A V A L I E R S Adm. $1.31 plus tax, tot. SI.40 formerly MID-CONTINENT now · m' its Plan Hay Purchase for Drought Areas TDECORAir -- The Winncshiek County PMA is p l a n n i n g to purchase hay lo he shipped lo the droiiRht-slricken,areas in the South, according to Julius .Jacobson, vice chairman of (he county* I'iVf A. The purchases arc to start i m m e d i a t e - ly. The committee has been directed to purchase and make payment at m a x i m u m prices of S18 to ?24 per ton according to kind and grade. ALEXANDER -- .Tense Dyhdahl and Mr. and Airs. Richard T)yb dahl of Sioux Falls, K. D., were visitors in the Chris Larson and Fred Moddcrman homes. -;' I N T E R N A T I O N A L A I R W A Y S ' for feservotions anywhefe inside U.S.A. or Lotin America toll your travel agent or phone the Braniff office Phone 654 They Bought That Sailboat This Year! That's because they saved all year long in the Vacation Savings Club at THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF MASON CITY. By sticking to a regular thrift schedule they reached the desired total just v/hen they could use it. Insure yourself; a good vacation next year by joining the .Vacation Savings Club here now. Stop in today. FIRST NATIONAL BANK MASON CITY. IOWA * A GOOD BANK TO TIE TO fi"k FEOERAU PE-POSIT I N S U R / A N C 6 CORPORATION

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