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February 26, 1954

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 11

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Mason City Calendar E«. e» M A R C H 1-a-KMh innu.E "Dirk "·" C ' M . . MARCH 4-- -ComimiiiUy V a n a « r 1, "The *H5fi i r **'" h * rp 1 u l u l «'' "Uk School Auditorium, 8: 1, 1 ! p.m. M A R C H ; so-Cerrw (iordo County Cancer Oru»»ile klclc»lf, Motel U.nford, K p. m . HERE IN MASON CITY Payne's do picture framifi 8 . Efficient toning itrvic* by m*m- her of American Society of Piano Technicians. Kenneth II. Larson 118 21st S. E. Phone G298. Get your Travelers checks at the United Home Bank Trust Co. Davtd Egloff, son of Dr. and Mrs. W.^C. Egloff, 655 7lh N.E., is in the cast of (lie Amhcrsl College Masquers' production of Shakespear's "Cymbcline." Venetian blinds cleaned, taken down, del. free of charge. 5204W. Rummage Sal* Sat. morning, 1011 1st N.E. Veteran*! Veterans! Hamilton graduates are going out to positions at $180, $200, $225, $250 per month. Call 945 and ask us about this. Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Egeland and Joyce, 1215 4th S.E., arc leaving Sunday to attend the wedding March G of the Egelands' son, Rohert, to Jane Kaye, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Kaye, Colonial Heights, Va. The wedding will take place in the Luther Memorial Church in Washington, D.C. He is a hospitalman aboard the USS Nantahala. Stoker with alec. controls and 2 tons of coal. 224 W. Slate. Rummage SaU at 123 S. Fed. Sat. 9 a.m. Mr. and Mrs. Pat Lauflhlin, Web- slcr City, are the parents of a daughter born Wednesday. The grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Fred Krueger, 215 Tennessee Place S.E., and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Laughlin, 404 Adams N. W. For Sal*: All kinds of g l a s t w a r t and dishes, novelty lamps, girls' and ladies' dresses and suits. 410 N. Mad. If you haven't, try Lyoni new Lyon-izc synthetic dry cleaning. Ph. 600. A special meeting of the Mason City Women's Bowling Association has been called for M o n d a y at 7:30 p.m. in the board of directors room at the First National Dank. Rummage Sale, Sat. and Mon. back door. 654 E. State. America's top TV twosome, Lucille Ball and Desi Arnaz arc in the movies now! You"!} roar at their frantic antics in "The Long, Long Trailer" . . . in color, now showing at the Cecil. The Ms cent a kilowatt hour rate increase proposed by the Peoples' Gas and Electric is "equitable" according to R. L. Baldwin, utility rate engineer hired by the Mason City council to examine the request. In the report., which is to be formally presented to the council Monday's meeting, Baldwin says "the rates proposed are equitable and would produce a return of approximately 6 per cent during the years 1954, 1955 and 1950." The P. 0. and E. forecast, says Baldwin, "indicated an unusual increase in rate base for 1954 and 1955. Upon questioning it was explained that a transmission line being constructed to the Fort Dodge area will be completed this spring so that it will affect this year partially and next year the entire cost will be reflected in the rate base. Above Peak Load When questioned as to the necessity for this investment it developed that in 1953 they made a m a x i m u m or peak load of 18,500 capacity pj rs t Methodist Church, on their made to -ity, March 6-12. Dr. Williams will cither new generating must be made available system or a connection another. "The difficulty in ,, M J _ WJ . a m p l e condensing water at Mason ticipating in the Methodist Spiri- City is a deterrent to further addi- t u a l Lirc Mission in the North Iowa \ to the power plant. the our 'the policy adopted -is to the in terest of all concerned." Need 13.4^ Per Cent Increase On figuring the utility's revenue, Moines both present and projected, on the r ' v " 1 -" 1 basis of 6',j! per cent return, Baldwin said that "for the next three years it would require an average increase in rales of 13.4 per cent to give a 6 per cent re- nings. turn on the rate base." The 1953 rates did give a return of about 6 per cent. , Baldwin indicated, after a comparison with the last three or four years, that the P. G. and E. fore- use is less than forecast, "the re The Waterloo district is made up Rippey, Griffin, . . . , , r . , «·"*· I I C H . I . L I U U u u L i n - L 13 m nue uu niiy»t.v, r v i u i i u u u : iNOOie Blackurn under the new rates would of churchcs in Black H a w k · Brcm '_ m a n Scranton, Laurens- C F be less than 6 per cent and that if er , Buchanan, Butler, Cerro Gordo, Curtis. Paton, LuVerne; C. E 01 i h o v rnnm innr/vicA thr* itcr\ nHrm« ,-.. - . n * , ,, . .. _ _ * ^ . . ' _ _ ' · vyi Dillion-Ruckdashel Crash Results in Damage Suit A Floyd county resident has filed a $515.73 action against the Darrell Dillon Company of, Mason City for damages'resulting from a December 21, 1953 auto-truck collision. Floyd Ruckdashel alleges a panel truck, driven by Charles Nolle and owned by the company, was improperly parked in the middle of highway 107 near Thornton. He said it was impossible to avoid colliding with the truck and that as a result of the crash, his car was demolished. Coat candles, all but the wick section, with soap suds. The candles will last longer and burn without smoking or dripping. Let them dry in the holders before lighting. A TREAT FOR THE FAMILY SUNDAY DINNER . AT THE Soda Grill U South F«dor»l . · very m*mb*r of your family will ·njoy dinfng h«r«. W« h»v« · widely varied m*nu and pricti «r« budget-kind, too. Din* her* Sunday. AT SNACK TIMi -- HOMi MADE PIE -- CAKE 'FOUNTAIN SPECIALTIES P. G. E. Rate Increase Is 'Equitable,' Says Engineer Wcrncl, 501) J a c k i o n N.W., T h u r s d a y ! buy o Mr. and M r » . John Mnrud. till 2 I « t 8.E., T h u r i d a y i rlrl to Mr. and Mji. Kchaefer, 813 4th S.K., Friday. DR. ALLEN K.WILLIAMS BISHOP f. G. ENSLEY N l c h o l a i , Clear J . a k e i Hart Moturt Inc.. 131 Delaware N.E.I J. A. M a t e y , IJ-i!» i » t S . W . i J. F. Uobeen, L a k e ; L a w r e n c e K e n t , f l u r c h l n a ) ; t fir} ant. B. * T. Ilulldlnn Frank . 311 V'lrilnl* K . K . i Chartet Mooney L a k e ; Vlrjll 1'rlce. S13 Sth N.W. . . . . . . " . . . H 1 M I 1 4 X . M l i l i U l l J a . 17U31UI UL · -kilowatts which is m excess of the First Methodist Church of New- shnnhorri w-.ni.lin their safe or firm capacity so that i on , will be guest pastor at the hcphcul Wapcllo, " · * · _ J^JIJ^J^ HO pastors of churches in the dis- (j ora securing iricts o f Algona and Waterloo par- c ' tions The transmission line will have capacity in excess of any generating unit that might be added to Mason City judgment," plant so that in added Baldwin, Conference. The minister will also present a p :ourse in "Methods" to the other mission" ministers at a training school at the Central Methodist Church, ' « ~ J m _ o t . j | i i i n ; 5 , . ( Varies City, on March 6, 8, 10 and district include: 12. He will share leadership at the u i - f u r,- t. ^ ~^~ ', T Clyde King, Dexter, at Alexan- ichools with Bishop F. Gerald Ens- der; LeRoy Walker, Nashville ley, resident Bishop of the DCS Tenn., Algona; Robert Parris' area of the Methodist Menlo, " Ihurch. Plans :hurch in the two districts of \Va-den." Clear Lake; Fred Rowlcv .orlop and Algona to hold special Bagley, Corwith; C. F Orf Car lerviccs for six consecutive eve- roli, ' . ^*i\* uji. i i i u t i an cast is reasonable and that if the oc i; s t churches. .he membership" of Iowa Meth- they could increase the use above that indicated by the last three or four years they might bring the return up to 6 per cent or above." In general," added Baldwin, "when a major addition is made to the properly the interest and depreciation must be proportionately increased and during the first few years the return will'be less than'desired but will average out over a period of years." The Peoples' Gas and Electric asked for the rate boost at the Fob. 1 council meeting. Discuss Rexoning Another big item on the agenda Monday night will fae the rezoning question south of Willowbrook. The Planning and Zoning Commission has recommended rezoning the property from heavy industrial purposes to residential. Kenet Pearce, owner of the property in question, objected to the commission's plan at the Jan. 5 council, meeting. The council at that time postponed action on the grounds that it was unprepared to make a decision. The city council has the power to make the final decision in the matter. Past Grands Dinner Given at IOOF Hall room Wednesday for dinner prepared by Cerro Gordo Past Grands Association met in the IOOF dining a 6:30 p. m. . _ , Lulu Repp, chairman,.assisted by Stella Wcida, Mrs. Claude Whitney and Mrs. Maude Maxson. Leo George, vice president, presided at the meeting. The next meeting will be March 24. OUT OF 'MARINES--Cpl. Rob- ·rt W. Blexham, Mn of Mrs. Eva Harris, CUm Falls, Wit., and Mftrlin K. Bloxham, 132 27th S. W., has b««n ral«as*d from El Tore Marin* Bas« at Santa Ana, Calif. Ha will b* transfer-rod frcm th« Mason City Soars storo to b* trainod for crodit manage- m*nt in Watorloo. In mo sorvieo ho was a clork typist in tho supply department of on air transport squadron. Methodist Conferences Set for Waterloo, Algona Areas Crtm. Ml Bib N.E. .Mak*acbutelti N.W.: Louisiana S.K.; Mil V l r e l l K. G. let Dr. Allan K. Williams, pastor of* , Shell Rock; -- William Overhulser, Grinnell Mason Waterloo First Methodist; Ronald · Jennings, What Cheer, Waterloo be one _of the L j ndcn church; Plymouth In the other churches on the aterloo district, the resident pastor expects to do his own ircaching and conduct his own . Belmond; John McCallum, Dallas Center, Britt; Waller ,, ,- ., , . ,. ----"*-.« ^^1*1,^^, -aj**(.u, IT aj j.ci oajJHJ, call for every Methodist Add, Clarion; Brown Garlock, Og- r i ( V l S i t i r n r t l r ~ t » . , - i . t . . *·. f lit -- i -- . . "" · t v O Dr. Two Purposes Wayne E. North, -- , director, Guthrie Center, Forest City; Gail said the mission will have two pur- Garst, Overbrook, Kansas, Garposes: "To deepen the spiritual ner; Aldrcth Weigel, Van *Meter, ife" of lowans and to "reactivate Goldfield; Ivan Bys, Lanesboro' Graettinger; W i l l a r d Peterson, Waukee, Chickasaw, Floyd, Franklin, Howard, Mitchell and Worth counties. The Ilev - Harley W. Farnham, Cedar Falls, is district superintendent. The Aigona district includes churchcs in Cerro Gordo, Emmet Hancock, Hurnboldt, Kossuth, Palo AJto, Winnebago and Wright counties. The R6v. Fred \V. Ortmeyer, Algona, is district superintendent. Chairmen of Waterloo district committees are E, J. Bcal, Northwood, spiritual preparation; H. A. Walker, Greene, finance; and A. F. Schuldt, Charles City, publicity. Chairmen of the Aigona district committees are Maynard Bell, Britt, spiritual preparation; II. E. Whyte, AJgona, finance; and C. C. Jallahan, Fenton, publicity. Waterloo District Dr. Paul A. Peterson, Wesley Methodist Church, Mason City, is expected to preach at his own church during the mission. Other assignments in the Waterloo district include: Howard DeVore, Mt. Union, St. Timothy's, Cedar Falls; Howard Ball, Hcdrick, Chapin; Dr. Arthur Kindred, Indianola, Charles City Central Church; Dr. James Mar- Sin, Mt. Pleasant, Charles City First Church; Lester Hancock, Oakville, .St. Charles (Charles :ity); John Nye, Williamsburg, Dunkerton and Raymond churches; Verne Weigel, Millersburg, Elma. Floyd Newbrough, Milo, Floyd; Lester McDonald, Mediapolis, Frcdericksburg and Fredcrika churchcs; A. II. Moore, Blakesburg, Geneva and B r a d f o n r d churches; Lester Hall, Charifon, Greene; Dr. John 0. Kilmer, Field Secretary, Hill Crest Babyfold, Dubuque, East Janesville; Ralph E. Ertz, Mingo, Jcsup; Roy Mills, Easton Place Methodist Church, Des 'Moincs," Lime Springs; Dr. Allan K. Williams, First Church, Newton, First Church, Mason City; Mark Weston, W i n d s o r Heights Methodist Church, DCS Moincs, Nashua; Lynn Rumer, Keswick, Iowa, New Hampton and Williamstown churches; Chester Waterinan, Agency, Nora Springs. Lester Moore, Muscatine (North Circuit), Norlhwood and Kcnsett churches; G. S. Bruland, Center ville, Osagc; James Sloan, Monroe, Plainfield; LeRoy Pullman, Deep River, Riceville and Mcln- tirc churches; John Darlington, Prairie Center, Rockford; Lloyd Knouff, Cincinnati, Rockwell; Paul Ellis, Montezuma, St. Ansgar and Little Cedar churches; Floyd son, Boxholm, Mallard; Hugh Williams, Stuart, Plover; Glenn Toole, Perry, Ruthven; Garold N'oland Boone, Swea City; Dean Walters Ames, Thornton; Oren Hall, Max well, Titonka; and F. G. Barnes Glidden, West Bend. The resident pastor will preach and conduct the mission in the other churches. S U F F E R S S T R O K E JOICE--Relatives have received word that P. J. Fibelstad, former owner- and manager of the local elevator plant, now living with his S9n-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Rosedahl at Grand Blanc Mich., suffered a ccntly. He fered the alone. OMA BURGENER WILL UNLOAD YOUR CARLOAD Phone 1010 Hubert i r a n l , G13 'arlson, 8 V a t e r l n o ; D a r j l V. Cook, KOft W a s h i n g t o n .VT.i W. 11. Tatr. ··% Mt N . K . ; H i e - h a r d o e k w u o d , 104:t Watblnrtnn N . W . ; Merle Veaver, Clear Lake; V e l v » Vlcian, Idtl 'ad H.W.: E. J. Tiermininn, I Haie! Court; 'ilrs. Chel K e n n e r . K l e m m e i Fred T. ' e l e r i o n . Clear I . a k e t W i l l i a m Keoufb. 201 Bth S . W . i Mrs. A. W. Martlnion. M l n l e a p o l l s , Minn., each forfeited S I . John Vllchard, 302 1st S.K.S I'ete ffasapopoulos, 12 10th N".K., each r o r f e l l e d t^ (or t w o v l o - allons. C. J. O'Brien. S)''i lit S.E.: D. H. :ourchaue. li)",i N. Federal; M r » . Thomas lurnelt. H. B. Fay, La- and Rock Falls .ch, .1)0 N. Federal, each forfeited II la. our violations. Improper I'arltlnt:--Hole Manusos, V,'l D e l a w a r e N.K.; John .Malonej-, 1710 S. ·ederah J. )i. Callahan. Den M o l n e i ; irupp Hrotheri Conslmctlon Companj-, l l c e v l l l c , each forfeited SI. Algona District Guest ministers in the Algona Emmetsburg, vada, Estherville; .uther. Fenton; David Ash, Ne- Burton Collier, L. H. Athey, Kanawha; Klcmme; Don Noble is past stroke light stroke re 80 and had suf- while at home DISCHARGEO-Sgt. 1-c Max C. Schmidt, 23, son of Mr. and Mrs. Chris Schmidt, 236 20th S.E., r«- cently received his Army dis. charge at Ft. Benning, Ga., and is now »r home. Schmidt enlisted in January 19S1 and served 14 months in Korea. H« got his basic training at Ft. Campbell, Ky. FOR SALE CHURCH BLDG. 61* NO. DELAWARE · 5 Rooms and Bath at Rear of Building Shown This Sunday A.M. Only NEWS o RECORD Births Reported HoiplUD-- Hojr (At Merer /. W H I U m rhur»diyi buy lo 509 W Mr. and lo Mr. and »Mn»ton H.W., Mr*. l.conard Keuben Fire Calls Krnuke In .K., Mr«. 'hurfcday. Hairmenl--Cll 1 ' e n n y k l r a n l : Bertlia Huntley, ^;54 p . m . In Hadio- S:30 ii.rn. W Kill N.E., Hwalne T h u r i d a y . Police Court Failure to Obey T r a f f i c Summon* -Corn til in J a m c i O'Brien. S, 9V's J i t S.T., rfflted 110 bond and paid H In Iraf/lc I c k e l i . O v e r l l m e f a r k l n ^ -- E r n t i t S c h u i l z , 001 V. J-'edcrali t.to K. M'aniir. t S d . s t h K . K . i V'z W. S t a t e ; Bernard Fech. Divorces Filed Florence J. M l l l a r d . Clear Lake, atatnit clt .Mlllard on (rounds of c r u e l t y . She V « i-r.Ht.df ol three children and title to n u i c h o l d roods an permanent i l l m o n y and hat the court f i x the amount of temporary upport he shall p a y . Married M a r c h 2 1 . !M7. at Princeton, III., separated February 1, J»,M. Divorces Granted Dorl.i Walls. Clear Lake, dli-orced from · eonard Wallc on [rounds of cruelty. She i given custody of the three c h i l d r e n . He r i l l pay (DO a . month support lor the months of M a r c h , April, May and June ind J70 » monlh commencing: July iwrii or the lupport of two children; In J u l y UK he will pay SOO a month for the sup- ort of one until both are craduated f r o m il|rh school. No alimony will be p a i d ; all urolture and household goods together · I t h a car shall be the property ol Mrs. Walls. Married Sept. 5, 1931. at Clear L a k e . I.a Faun Amos, Mason City, divorced 'rom John Amos fin grounds of crneltf. S'o a l i m o n y . She Is lo pay cost«. Mar- ·led rjuly 3, 1918. at Mason City; separated June 15, 1UM; no children. Mary Ulstad, '-IS2 21st St. S.E.. divorced rom Morris Ulstad on grounds of cruelty. Married at Albert Lea March 13. 19. r ,0. s e p a r a t e d Nor. '^3. 19.VJ. S'o children. She granted title In household goods and furniture at 6ST,i S. Federal. No alimony. :«9t» shall be paid by Ulstad. Mj»nrt City G l o b e - G a z e K e , Mason City, la. Ftb. 26 1954 X « r rXTrnTTTj rn^c/-\rtm /^i T i , T OIobc-Gazctte photo \ \ l i S J L K KbhORl--Clear Lake may he Iowa s summer resort but Mason City might well have been the "winter resort" Thursday. While the rest of the state was getting up to 23 inches of snow, Mason Cityans were basking- in temperatures up to 42 degrees and the boys were playing marbles. Left to right are Gregory Hasapopoulos. G: Robert Cummins, 7, and Ernest Wade, G. Marriage Licenses Robert J. Burni. S7, Oak Terrace, Minn, and Phyllli Monson, 29, Oak Terrace Minn.; Floyd A. Johnson, leral, Mason City, and Norma Jean Hanson, legal. Ma son. C i t y ; J a m e s Warren J o y , 23. Mlnne apolis, and Donna Lorraine M a y . 20. Mln neapollsi Vincent James Palnmbo. 13, St Paul, and Marcaret Mary Reuter, 28, St Paul. New Car Sales Hazel Mirruerltc KmmmeUr, Jtoufe 3 Mason City. Bulcfc! A v t r j Milton Gecr, K o c k w e l l . Ford; Mabel M « ( i l d » Rosburj. :!0th S.E.. Ford; Lowell M.nnlnj- or Arpx Idi Weler. 907 K. Jefferson. Bulck; Bume« Seelej- Gould, Plymouth, Ford; SVrf Carter Brandt, 77 Linden Drlre, Vo'rdi H o w a r d W i l l i a m or Alleyne Carle Sampson. T I 5 ISth PI. N.E.. FoDtlac; Ethel Trances Garvln, Clear Lake, · Chevrolet; Hubbard Milling; Company, H O I 4th S.E., 'hevrolel; Chuck Lennan Bakery, t o l l N". Federal, Ford panel truck; Hoy Kenneth or Beterlr Imofene Calcaard, Clear Lake, Ford. Realty Transfers Mui Fed Svic« t Ln Assn of ST. City lo Sladyt M. Mllroy and Kenneth L. "l.OO WD Lot 6 hi Sub of NWH of Sec. 3-06-20 :iceptlnr the E 79 ft 1 Inches A W M !t and S H8V4 ft.. ' 2--J3-o4. Cashman, James F. and Etfle P. to lames F. Cashman and E f f l e P. JT $1.00 (WD) Lot 11, Blk. R, College Add., Mason City. 2-18^. D y e , F. , K . and D. D. to' Clayton C. Dj-e SI.00 (*VD Lot 5. Hlfc. 10. Roferj A iandrr's A d d . . Clear Lake. 1-11-51. Craif, Joseph H. to United 'Hm. Bk. i- "r. Co. (for collateral) Sl.OO WD) Lot Si. Blk. I I . H. E. Francisco's 2nd Add.. Mason Citj-. 2-S4-.W.' Croiler, Lloyd M. and Let* lo Lloyd M: ind Leta Croiler JT Jl.OO (WD) NEV«NEV'i if Sec. 12-96-22. 2-2S-S1. Ward. W. II. and Gladys to Richard L. Van Slyke and Shirley A. JT Jl.OO ( W D 1 W l y 68' of Lot 3, Blk. SO, Elon Vuttle's A d d . . Clear Lake. 3-^0-51. Krlcjer, Richard C. and Ida D, to Slaney D. Olander and Elsie M. JT JI.OO ( W D ) Lot 5, Blk. ?, Richard C. Krleier'a 4th Add., Slason City. 2-2S-S4. ARMSTRONG'S LINOLEUM and TILE BAILEY'S FLOOR COVERINGS Tho Place To Go For Names You Know the 22 2nd N. E. Phone 393 MOVING-STORAGE WE'LL CLEAN OUT YOUR HOUSE BUT NOT YOUR POCKETBOOZ HEIMENDi NCER .1070 78 Soloists Qualify in Vocal Contest Eighteen Mason City High School students qualified Thursday in the home ccfntest for vocal soloists and svill represent the school in the Teliminary state contest at Britt. They are Deana Blunt, Marilyn 'actor, Joann Hagen, Sandra Fait, )onna Nelson, Betty Patrick, Pearl lathman, Clarice Sentman, Elgene turtz, Bob Abbott, Jack Adams, ack Holmlund, M. J. Leaver, Aren Nissen, Steve Rickey, Adrian lingold, James Rosa and Paul Sentman. Others who received Division I atings were Terry Finley, Susan rlott, Eosemary Hosenkild, Shirey Venechuk, Ron Eggert, Ray 'ohnson, Mike Loftus and Mike tfcAuley. Ensembles selected for the state contest series included: Girls trios: Shirley Venechuk, Donna Dunahoo, Marilyn Factor and Nancy DeSart, Clarice Sentman, Sandra Levinson. Girls quartets: Pearl Rathman Shirley Venechuk, Marilyn Factor Sandra Levinson and Lorilla Spur geon, Carol Tait, Janice Bisnee Sandra Fait. Girls sextets: Elgene Kurtz, Don na Nelson, Norma Cook, Sandra Levinson, Clarice Sentman, Nancy DeSart and Shirley Venechuk, Betty Patrick, Pearl Rathman, Donna Dunahoo, Rosemary Rosenkild, Marilyn Factor. Mixed quartets: Audrey Young, Beverly Elliott, M. J. Leaver, Glen Sels and Elgene Kurtz, Carol Johannsen, Bob Abbott, Mike Lofus. Double mixed quartets: Sandra 'alt, Janice Bisbee, Ann Burring- on, Norma Cook, Mike McAulcy, Steve Rickey, Alan Crabb, Ray! Johnson and Shirley Venechuk,, Pearl R a t h m a n , Sandra Levinson, Marilyn Factor, James Rosa, Bob Abbott, Jack Adams, Mike Loftus. Madrigal groups: Betty Patrick, Pearl R a t h m a n , Donna Nelson, Judy Koplen, Clarice Sentman, Sandra Levinson, Mike Loftus, Jack Adams, James Rosa, Bob Abbott and Karen Winter, Sandra Isaac son, Janice Green, Judy Bonn, Barbara Murphy, Sharon Z-jrblc, Judy Schultz, Jack Holmlund, Ron Eggert, Adrian Ringold, Ray Johnson. Boys quartets: Ron Eggert, Jack Holmlund, Ray Johnson, Adrian Ringold and Bob Abbott, Jim Rosa, Jack Adams, Mike Loftus. Double boys quartets: Ron Eggert, Bob Abbott, Jack Holmlund, Jim Rosa, Jack Adams, Adrian Ringold, Ray Johnson, Mike Loftus and Jim Hutzell, Rodney Wade, Richard Krutzinger, Jim Pathou- as, Fred Bracklein, John Bailey ~ary Campbell, Bruce Long. -.ogemann Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. ienry B. Logemann, has arrived lome after two years in army service, part of which was in Germany. Enroute home he arrived at Camp Kilmer, N.J., then on to Ft. Sheridan, 111., where he re-j ceived hjs discharge. Announcement! Dr. B.Silby Optometrist Wishes to announce the opening of his practice on or about March 15. Practice limited to the Examination of Eyes -- Visual Analysis -- Visual Training -- Prescription of Lenses. OFFICE OVER WOOLWORTH'S Gl DISCHARGED Trucker Hits Car Without Knowing A Ventura truck driver was chased and flagged down by an alerl citizen Thursday after scrap- ng a parked car while making a turn from S. Federal on to 1st S.W. Gordon Lee Graham, driving a semi-truck, said he had no knowledge of the incident. The car, be- onging to E. M. Richardson, Clear Lake, suffered slight damage to ihe left rear taillight and left rear Fender. There was no damage to the truck. A minor accident was reported to police at 12:10 p.m. Thursday. Cars driven by Lamont M. Constable, 19, 13U,Massachusetts S.E., and Gerald Steven Chlupack, 17, 16 17th S.E., collided at 12 and S. Federal. Constable's right rear fender and Chlupack's left front fender were damaged. A Texas hunting license cost S2.15, but none is required for hunt- MELTONVtLLE -- Cpl. Henryj i n g Ln the county of residence. EMIL C.MARTIN INSURANCE AGENCY 8 Ninth Street N. W. PHONE 2390 A I R E - O - R O O M MASON CITY MUNICIPAL A I R P O R T DINNERS Served Every Evening Except Friday from 5 P. M. lo 8 P. M. SUNDAYS from Noon Until 3 P. M. SMORGASBORD Sundays from 4:30 to 8 P. M. We Specialize in Luncheons--Dinner Parties and Meetings--PHONE 463 MAE CONREY, Manager 2% INTEREST On 12 Month Certificates of Deposit, Minimum $500 FIRST NATIONAL BANK MASON CITY, IOWA -- FOUNDED IN 1869 Invested Capital more than $1,600,000.00 A GOOD BANK TO TIE TO Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Very Desirable Space FOR RENT HANFORD HOTEL Approximately 360 Feet Floor Space Suitable For STORE OR OFFICE Facing Federal Avenue . . . Also Lobby Entrance INQUIRE MANAGER'S OFFICE

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