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February 26, 1954

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 13

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LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE OV A N N U A I , RCHOOI, ELECTION Noilco is hereby given to lha nunlHlett electors of tho Independent School Dlitrlcl of Mnson Clly In Iho County of Cerro Cnnlo unit Slnto of lawn, tluit the Jinnmil election of ttio voters of said school ilis- Irlct will lid held on the iccoml Aloml.ty In March, PJ5-1, (March 8) :l which eluc- llon tho (tolls will he OIILMI front 7 o'clock · .ni. until 7 o'clock p.m., of snld day. VotiiiK precincts and polllnii places IDT said (-lection have been established ly the Hoard of Directors of said district us follows; Kirnt Wnrd Precinct -- School Admin- Isti-ittlon l i k l M . , 120 R. Slate Street. Second Will-it i'rcelncl -- Court House, Flmt NW. Third Ward Precinct -- City Hall Huse- inent, 19 S. Delaware Ave. Fourth Ward J'reclnct -- S It Chevrolet Qnritxo, 18 S. Was)iln«lon. One director .to be elected for a three year term to tuececd Mrs. I-. W. Swaneon: one director to lie elected for a three year tenii to succeed I.. I I . Ucnson; n trcHMircr to be elected for « two year iicceed Italph 1C. Wiley. - 12, 1054. II. It. MAIN, Secretary Hoard of Directors t«rm to NOTICK OK TI1K A P I ' O I N T M K N T OF A D M I N I S T K A T O K B STATK OF JOWA, Cerro Oordo County ss. No. 823(5. Notice ii hereby given, f l i a t the under- ulsned hnvo linen duly njiH)lnled and quail- f l e d nu Administrators of thu uttatu of Martin N. TiiKescn. lucc««ud. late of Cerro Gorilo County. All persons Indebted to anld estate arc requested to jiinko lumierJI- «l« payment; and thosu havliiK claims ajMlnst tho samo will [ircsent them, duly audicritleated, to tho undersigned for allowance, nnd f i l e In the office of the Clerk of the District Court. M A H T I N E. T A G E S R N AND MUS. A'l'lIA A. TACSKSKN CKO, ft. I.l/DEMAN, Attorney Dated February 10th. ]!i5i. S. l l . M a c P K A K . Uerk District Court liy JO ANN MULLEN. Deputy NOTICE TO l U O D K U S Stone on [toad i'rojcct C-MJ8U) 1. Sealed bids w i l l tic received by ihe Auditor of Cerro Cordo County at his office in Mason City. Iowa, until 10-1)0 o'clock. A.M. on March 15th. 1954, for the various Items of construction work listed below. 2. A certified check drawn upon n solvent Iowa bank, in «n amount us set forth In the proposal form, made payable to the County Auditor, shall be filed with each proposal. This check may be cashed and the proceeds retained by tho County Auditor as llt[iildatcd damnjtcs If the bidder falls lo execute o contract and f l i c an approved bond for the f a i t h f u l performance thereof, within ten clays after the acceptance of his bid. 3. I'lnas, specifications and proposal forms for the work may be seen and may be secured at the office uf the County Auditor. 4. All proposals must be on the forma furnished by the County, scaled nml plainly marked. Proposals containing any reservations not provided for In the forms furnished may bo rejected, and the County Hoard reserves the right, to waive technicalities and to rijjecl any or all bids. 5. Attention of bidders Is directed to the Special Provision* coverinK the qualifications of bidders nnd eublcttlnn or assigning of the contract. FurnUh »nil deliver 3,.10o tons of »'i Inch cruilier run limestone containing 23 Having a Farm Sale? SEE BOB PEDELTY AUCTIONEER AT THE Cf.nAIt L A K E AUCTION CO. ·r PHONE 434-R-2, Mason City HAROLD O. and CARU O. JOHNSON RocJtford , . . March 2 to 30% pilll»( » No, I «cr««a on County Trunk Hand O lielwecn lle n o r l h w c u l Comer or Stctlon 'M, I'»L1« Tuwn*lil| *nd Hit end of Ike pa v em ml near Ihe mirth quarle,- corner uf Section ::, Maton Township, l-'ubruary 8, ISSt I10AIII) OF fiUPErtVlSOHS OF CKHI1O !ORDO COUNTY lly W A R D li. HAMMOND. Courtly Auditor NOTICK TO G ratter HI ail em 1'rojccf M - I 1 1. Sealed bids will be received by the Auditor ut Cerro Uonlo County al hU o f f i c e in Maj,on City, Iowa, until 10:00 o'clock. A . M . on March ISih, 195-1, for the vndoiu lu-jns of construction work UuU'il !clow. 'I. A certified check drawn upon a sol- vvnl Inwn hunk, In an amount a» Net forth In thu proposal form, tnailc payable to the County Auditor, »hall he filed with each proposal. This check m»y be cnthcd nml the proceeds iin.ilncd by the County Auditor us ItqulclnU'd dummies if the bill- dor fid IB lo execute a contract anil / l i e an ppurovctl found for the faithful perioimnnce thereof, wlllgln ten days after the nccept- nnce of hin bid. 3. I'lnns. ipfcIflcHtlons nnd proposal forms for the work may he accn and may he secured at the office of the County Auditor. : ·i. All proposals must he on (he forms furnished by the County, sealed and plainly murked. I'ropoKalu containing any reservations not provided for in tha forms furnished may bo rejected, and the County Hoard reserves the rlnht to waive technicalities and lo reject any or all b|d«. 5. A t t e n t i o n of bidders Is directed to the Special I'nn'lslon.i rovcrlng the qualification:; of bidder* and MiblcltlnK or nnslna- Inu of the contract. FurnUh 2,000 ttcl or KfjiAtr hlades H font lengths. February K. 1U5-1 f l O A I t l ) OP SUf'lCKVISOnS CEnito r;onno COUNTY Hy WAIW n. HAMMOND, County Auditor In OF .NOTICK TO I H D D K U S Pruject M-10 1. Scaled bids will be received by the Auditor of Cerro (iordo County at his office In .Mason City. Iowa, until 10:00 o'clock, A.M. on Mnrch ISth.. 1!)51, for the various items of construction work luted below. 2. A certified check drawn upon a solvent Jowji bank. In an nmuunt an set forth In Ihe proposal form, made payable to the County Auditor, s h a l l be filed with eucli proposal. This check may be cashed and the proceeds retained by the County Auditor lot liquidated, damngen If the bidder falls to execute a contract and file nn approved bond for the f a i t h f u l performance thereof, w i t h i n ten days after the acceptance of his bid. 3. Plans, specifications nnd proposal forms for the work may be scui and may be secured at the o f f i c e of the County Auditor. ·!. All proposals must be on the forms furnished by the County, sealed ;md plainly marked. Proposals containing any rcscr- vntlons not provided for In the forms furnished may be rejected, and the County Hoard reserves the rlxhl to waive technicalities and to reject any or all bids. 5. Attention of bidders la directed to the Special Provisions covering the qualifications of bidders and subletting or assigning of the contract. K u r n l i h In slock pile 7.000 tons ot }i Inch crunhcr run HmrsKme containing m to 30% Dl lint* paulnr » No. 8 screen. Thl* stone Is to lie tixccl on road nin- nlrn cut I'.i m i l c i Irnui the center of .Section l, I'ortland Tow.nUdp. A l i a from thf tail quarter corner uf ixlil Section V, north 2 m i l e s . I,ow bidder will be ijclrrmhlril by adding Ihr haul »t six cent* per mile to price bid. I-'ebruary 8, 1954 H O A R D OF S U P E J l V I S O R S cunno cottDO COUNTY liy W A R D H. H A M M O N D , County Auditor OF NOTICK TO B I D D E R S Project M-12 1. Sealed bids will be received by the Auditor of Cerro Goido County at his o f f i c e In Mason City. Iowa, until 10:00 o'clock. A.M. on March 15th. 185-t. for the various Items of construction work listed below. · 2. A certified check drawn upon n solvent Iowa hank, In an amount as set forth in the proposal form, made payable to the County Auditor, shall be filed with each proposal. This check may be cashed ajid the proceeds retained by the County Auditor as liquidated damages If the bid- der (ails to execute · contract and f l i c an approved bond for the faithful performance thereof, within ten dayx after the acceptance of hi* bid. 3. Plans, specifications and proposal forms for the work may be seen ond may b« »ecurcd at the office of tho County Auditor. 4. All proposals must be on tho forma furnished by thu County, sealed and plainly marked. Projosul« containing uny reservations not provided for In the forms furnished miiy bo rejected, nnd the County Hoard reserves the rl«ht lo waive technicalities nnd to reject any or all bids. 5. Attention of bidders Is directed to the Special Provision* covering the qualifications of bidders and HuhleltlnK or assign- Iny of the contract. I'urnl.hlnr 1,000 gallons of Type "11" U'eert rulifoi), February H, ISM HOAH!) OF SUPERVISORS CKUHO OOROO .COUNTY I!y WARD li. HAMMOND, County Auditor OK NOTICE,TO H I D D K K S ·:», li llecl Furl 1'ruJ.cl M-i:; 1. Sealed bids will be received by the Auditor of Cerro CJordo County at his office In Mason City, Iowa, until 10:00 o'clock, A.M. on March 15th, 1951, for the various Items of construction work listed below. 2. A certified check drawn upon a solvent Iowa hank, In an amount as set forth In the proposal form, mode payable to the County Auditor, shall he filed with each proposal. This check may he cashed and the proceeds retained by the County Auditor as liquidated damages if the bidder falls lo execute a contract nnd f i l e an approved bond for the f a i t h f u l performance thereof, within ten days after the acceptance of his hid. 3. Plans, specifications anil proposal forms for the work may be seen and may be secured at the office of the County Auditor. 4. All proposals must be on the forms furnished by the County, scaled and plainly marked. Proposals containing any reservations not provided for in the forms furn- shed may be rejected, and the County Board reserves the right to waive technicalities and to reject any or all bids. 5. Attention of bidders ts directed to the Special Provisions covering the qualifications of bidders and subletting or assli'n- Intf of the contract. Furnlihlnc tbe County's requirements cunslktlng of approximately 45,000 (al- lorn of lunllne and .',0,'KH) gallons of itlesel fuel for Ihe year, beylnulnr April I s i , 1051. t'cbruary 8, 1354 IlOAHD OF SUPERVISORS OF C K f i K O CiOUDO COUNTY ISy W A R D 1). HAMMOND, County Auditor NOTICK TO I'.IDDKK.S 1. Scaled bids will be received by the Auditor of Cerro Cordo County at his office In Mason City, Jowa, until 10:00 o'clock. A.M. on March 15th, 19S4. for the various Hems of construction work listed below. 2. A certified check drawn upon a solvent Jowa bank, in an amount as set forth In the proposal form, made payable to the County Auditor, shall be filed with each proposal. Tills check may be cashed and the proceeds retained by the County Auditor as liquidated damages if the bidder tolls to execute J contract and f i l e an approved bond for the faithful performance thereof, within ten days after the acceptance of his bid. 3. Plans, specifications and proposal forms for the work may be seen and may be secured at the olllcc of the County Auditor. 4. All proposals must he on the forms furnished by the County, sealed and plainly marked. Proposals containing any reservations not provided for in the forms furnished may be rejected, and the County Board reserves the r i x h t ' t o waive te*chnl- calltlen and to reject any or all bids. 5. Attention of bidders is directed to the Special Provisions covering the qualifications of bidders and subletting or asslgn- 'ng of the contract. Cttnglrucllon of an Ig'x?!' bridge near the north q u a r t e r corner of Section 31- Iili-2] i r i U n j c f u r n l i h e d at b r l d f e site wKboat rnjl to contractor.) February U. 19i* BOARD OF SUPERVISORS OF CERRO CORDO COUNTY lly WARD B. HAMMOND, County Auditor In the past eight years, the United Stales has gained more than 20 million in population. Principals, Student Return From Milwaukee Convention Four Mason Cilyans--three prin-- cipals and a student -- returned Thursday from Milwaukee where they participated in the annual convention of the National Association of Secondary School Principals. , The /our included John Penney, vice principal of Mason City High School; Don C. Henn, principal of Monroe Junior High School; Arthur Kragcr, principal of Roosevelt Junior High School, and Sally Griffon, Mason City High School student. Miss Griffin was a member of a Citizenship Education P r o j e c t panel which discussed "What Do High School Students Think About Citizenship Education?" on Tuesday at the convention. The panel decided one answer to the question was that "we've learned that we don't have lo wait for tomorrow; we can he effective citizens today." The panel members took an active part in the program made available to local schools by the tive citizenship education meant becoming involved in public affairs and taking an active part in working with adult agencies in the community. F. Jl. Born, principal of Central High School, Oklahoma City, acted as moderator. Panel members, in addition t o . M i s s Griffin, included Charles Burns, Decatur, III.; Susan Dilday, Kenosha, Wis.; Jerry Duncan, Oklahoma City; James Dwyer, Elizabeth, N.J.; Betty Mee, Barrington, 111., and Thco dore Walwik, Terre Haute, Ind. Hall to Address Literary Circle BUFFALO CENTER --The Ladies Literary Circle is planning a dinner with the husbands as guests March 3 at the Bethlehem Lutheran Church. W. Earl Hall, editor of the Y's Men Vote $350 for Changes in Boys' Department Suggested changes in the YMCA boys department were discussed and $350 was voted toward financing the changes at a · meeting of the Y's Men's Club Thursday evening at the YMCA. Bob Alsbury presented the suggested changes in the boys department plan. Color schemes for painting the rooms were also discussed. The club voted to send Alsbury to a YMCA area conference in Milwaukee April 23 and' 2-1. The president appointed Bob Macek, Robert Jenson and John Calhoun to the nominating committee. Richard Halsor reported on the Bishop's Fund. The meeting followed a dinner in the banquet room prepared by Maynartl Roisen. Alsbury and Hal- sor will prepare the dinner before the next meeting at which Dick Grunwald will present a program on the building trades. MUSICIANS MEET 0 S A G E--Eliminations in the rnusie department will be held at the high school Saturday to determine who will represent the school in the contests to follow. Vocal and instrumental numbers will be prc- F«b. U, IS M.ion City Globe-Gatelle, Mat** CMy, U. vocal music and Sidney Stott in charge of instrumental. RATES IN SPEECH GOODELL-^Beverly Sheriff of sented. Mrs. Edgar is in charge of|a Crazy World." the Belmond school, received a Division 1 rating in the district declamatory contest at Dows. Her reading was oratorical, "Values in Citizenship Education Project of f' ason City Globc-Gazctte, will be Teachers College, Columbia Unit h e gucst spcaker - vcrsity. This project helps secondary schools relate citizenship action to the ideals of. American liberty. The two-hour discussion brought out these points: There is no one way to teach citizenship. Citizenship projects and activities vary from school to school, from situation to situation. There Was a real issue in their communities a n d w a y s were planned to cope with it. The members described %vhat had been done in their communities. In Torre Haute, Ind., a "no smoking ordinance" was proposed and passed b;.' the city council; in Decatur, 111., the community was polled on the need for fire protection. And in Oklahoma City and Kenosha, Wis., students worked with communities to improve library service. Students of Barrington, 111., alerted their community to the need for civilian defense. In Elizabeth, N.J., high school seniors helped the Community Chest drive "go over the top." Miss Griffin said "we have real evidence to show that our efforts helped put over the school bond issue." The students did not agree on the best procedure for conducting citizenship education activities in their classes. Some felt a great deal of class time ' should be devoted to this work; others felt that most of the work could be done after school hours. However, all agreed that effec D I E S I N I L L I N O I S ALEXANDER -- Word has been received here of the death of a former Alexander resident, Jlam- fred Larscn, about 75, of Warren, 111. Funeral services wil! be there Saturday afternoon. He was a brother of Chris Larson. Farm Auctioneering A Specialty Gerald Wohler Phone 5282-J 315 South Tennessee MAKE SURE YOU CAN STEER SURE ENOUGH! 'BEAR STEERING SPECIAL! Wet highways and winding curves can bring your driving pleasure to an end pretty quick... especially if you're driving an Un-Safe Car! Our Steering Check-Up is just the ticket for a wobbly, vibrating car that wastes away tire-rubber and fuel. Bring the "culprit" in for a thorough going-over on our accurate "Bear" Alinement Rack. It's a Safety Service you owe yourself, your car and your neighbors! rr $6°° GOODYEAR SERVICE STORES 121 NORTH DELAWARE PHONE 363 MASON CITY AUCTION Co. Livestock SALE Monday, March 1 Sole Starts 12:00 P. M. Sharp Monday pricts were active to stronger on all classes of livestock excepting medium quality dairy cows which are bringing about their slaughter value. We sold lots of fleshy cattle;w^igh- ing from 800 pounds to 1,200 pounds in a price spread from 517.50 to $20.50 per hundred. The good stock cattle are also selling in this same price range. Last Monday there were fourteen or fifteen butcher buyers on the seats assuring you of full market value for your fleshy cattle and your butcher cow*. Market your stock the best way . . . the AUCTION way. Good butcher cows sold from $11.00 to $13.00 with the medium cow* selling from $9.00 to $11.00. Lightweight Holstein heifers sold from $13.00 to $17.50 per hundred. VEAL CALVES--The quality of our veal calves v/as greatly improved and the prices advanced sharply with the improved quality. The choice calves sold from $24.00 to $29.75 per hundred with the good calves bringing from $18.00 to $23.00 per hundred. You can't beat an auction. HOGS--Little lightweight sows sold from $45.00 to $65.00 per head. The better closeup sows ranged from $20.00 to $110.00 per head. Good lightweight pigs brought $30.50 per hundred. Heavy boars ranged from $17.00 to $17.50 per hundred with the lightweights selling higher. SHEEP--Ewes with lambs by side brought from $17.50 to $26.00 per family. Fat lambs sold from $18.50 to $21.00 per hundred. SPECIAL CONSIGNMENTS 10 head of good quality springing Shorthorn heifers, good size, thin in flesh and bred to a good Shorthorn bull. Plus our usual offering of all classes of livestock. CONSIGN AND ATTEND Harvey H. Wood Albert Ashland MANAGERS Phone 5735-J, Mason City Phon« CUar L«k«, 476-J "We'll Do Our Level Best to Pleas* You" --BARN PHONE 3758-- G«r»ld Wohler, Shcrty Huntington Virgil Munsell, Aviction**r* CLOSING OUT SALE The undersigned having decided to quit farming, will hold a closing-out sale at their residence located l /2 mile north, 6 miles west, 1 mile north,'% mile east oi Rockford; 7 miles north, 6 miles east of Rockwell; 9 miles southwest of Nora Springs; 3 miles south and 6 3 /4 miles east of Mason City; V-i mile north and 4 miles east of Hanford, on Tuesday, March 2,1954 Commencing at 12:30 o'clock sharp, tthe following described property, to-wit: 36 Head of Cattle Consisting of 3 milk cows, now milking; 5 Herefords; 6 Roan Shorthorns; 1 White Shorthorn; 15 Hereford and Shorthorn calves. 6 Hereford heifers, bred to Hereford bull. 24 YOUNG EWES, TO START LAMBING MARCH 26TH 250 HYLINE HENS 300 BALES STRAW ISqO Bales Clover Hay, all inside 800 Bushels Oats; 300 Bu. Corn Etc. 1 Model A John Deere tractor, 1940, with cultivator and lift; 1 John Deere plow, two 16-in. bottom; 1 John Deere disc, 15 ft.; 1 John Deere corn planter, 999; 1 John Deere manure spreader; 1 Ford Tractor, 1943 model; 1 Dearborn cultivator; 1 Dearborn plow, two 14-in.; 1 Dearborn front mounted, heavy duty mower; 1 Dearborn 3-sec. springtooth harrow; 1 David Bradley, 4-sec. Harrow; 1 David Bradley endgate seeder; 1 David Bradley cream separator; 1 Oliver siderake; 1 David Bradley elevator, 32-ft. hoist and speed jack; 1 Montgomery-Ward grinder, 10-in.; 1 Woods Brother single- row corn picker, 1946; 1 Massey Harris Combine with motor, 6-ft., 1946; 1 Delia power saw and jointer; 1 Ottawa mounted circle saw; 2 Rubber-tired wagons; 1 Two-wheel trailer; 1 John Deere horsedrawn mower; 1 Outboard motor; 1 Hog waterer; 1 Gas brooder stove; 2 Kerosene brooder stoves. Shovel, forks, tools, and other items too numerous to mention. HOUSEHOLD GOODS 9-ft. Frigidaire, cabinet with side cupboards, kitchen table and chairs, full dining room suite, full bedroom suite, 3 bedsteads, 3 dressers, 1 studio couch. Ward's 10-in. oil heater. Terms--Cash or Make Arrangements With Clerk Before Date of Sale. No Property To Be Removed [ Until Settled For. CARL 0. HAROLD 0. JOHNSON BOB PEDELTY, Auctioneer '' UNITED HOME BANK, Mason City, Clerk A UC TION Sale On account of the death of Gene Kelley, we will offer at Public Auction the following articles on TUESDAY, March 2 Sole shirts at 12 o'clock noon On the farm located 5 T /2 miles east of Rockwell Creamery and 2 T /2 miles south or 31/2 miles south of Cartersville; or 2 miles west and 1/2 mils north of Dougherty SO HEAD OF LIVESTOCK 17 head of cattle; 9 head of sheep; 4 lambs; 5 hogs; 5 fall pigs; 40 head Hampshire brood sows. 25 CHICKENS GRAIN--500 bu. oats; 500 bales clover hay; 100 bales straw; some silage. HOUSEHOLD GOODS Maytag Washing Machine; Cook Stove; Frigidaire. MACHINERY I. H. C. tractor; 1953 M M tractor; 1953 M M Cornpicker; Manure loader to fit 1HC tractor; IHC 15-ft. disc; John Deere 15-ft disc; IHC corn binder; 490 John Deere 4-row corn planter; IHC 16" 3-boNom plow; IHC end- gate seeder; Mowsher feed grinder with P. T. 0.; 4-section drag; 5-section dreg; grain binder; horse mower; 2 trailer wagons with boxei; 2 wagons; steel wagon with rack; Loading chute; 3 feed bunks; brooder house and other items too numerous to mention. 1950 3 /4-TON FORD P I C K U P 40 Head of Hampshire Brood Sows bred to Field and Christiansen's Purebred Boars. These are an outstanding herd of sows bred to farrow last part of March and first part of April. 6 of these sows are purebred sows. Consigned by: H. B. McGaheran . "TMTM"~^--------··----__ TERMS: Cash or make arrangement with bank before date of sale. No property to be removed until settled far, Anitfl MCGdnBrdn, Administratrix of Estate of Gene Kellny Sheffield Savings Bank, Clerk Jack Dorsey, Auctioneer

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