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August 25, 1952

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 8

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· Aug. 25, 195 M»on Cllj (ilobr-Oaietle, Munn Cltj. la DISCHARGED-Cpl. Glen H»»lh Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Glen H«ath Sr,, of Rak* arrived hom« from Stytfgart, Germany, where he served as * mechanic with.the field artillery the past 1) months. He has received his discharge following 23 months of service. He was stationed at Camp McCoy, WIs., for a year before being sent overseas. . D E M O N S T R A T E SOIL OAKNER-- Edwin Cliizck, son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Chizek, and Frank Hrcka, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Brckn, will represent the Hancock County 4-11 boys at the State Fair with their demonstration on "Conserving and Keeping Our Soil Productive." The boys are members of the Garficld Sluggers -MI Club. 29th Howard County Fair Will Open at Cresco Fri _ . . . . wm^ws^s^mi»zm;WMmv(Ks:f« r- n i *-~------ _ _ n .--_ : _ _ . Four Bands to Give Concerts Floyd Youth Best Judge of Livestock CHARLES CITY -- John Ivcs Floyd, took ton honors in a 4-Ii livestock judging contest at the i9. r 2 county junior livestock show by accumulating 188 points out of i possible 200 points. Closely be- lind Ivcs were .lack Marrs, Itock- T ord, with J87 points, and Bill Finn- ·or, r u r a l , Charles City, with J87 xjints. The three hoys arc eliglbl o represent Floyd County 4-f club as n Judging team at the slat n i r . The hoys arc chosen for the! fioility to judge livestock. Arnold Vnelker, r u r a l , Charle. City, took f o u r t h place with 18; points and is alternate. Other win ners in the top 10 of ,'K) boys who "cinatcd in the judging conies 1 ro as follows: Eugene Meier loekford, 181 points; Lawson Can or, Floyd, 178 points; Dennis P«r her, Roekford, 17(5 points; Hillary ves, Floyd, 174 points; Hober litchell, rural, Charles City, 1C8 olnls, and .lames M i t c h e l l , rural 'harlcs City, lf2 points, · GARNISH--Mr. and Mrs. George [roth of DeLand, Fla., were recent nests in the Cfir! Paulson home Ir. and Mrs. Groin came to Iowa or the Peterson f a m i l y reunion. 2% INTEREST *. On 12 Month Certificates of Deposit, Minimum $500 FIRST NATIONAL BANK MASON CITY, IOWA -- FOUNDED IN 3860 Invested Capitol more than $1,600,000.00 A GOOD BANK TO TIE TO Member Federal Deposit insurance Corporation M/EMRE ON FURLOUGH --Cpl. Kenneth E, Pitcher, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ernes) Fischer of Lone Rock, is home on furlough and will' report to * camp fn Nebraska. He enlisted In the Marines Feb. 5, 1951. He left the United States July 14, 1951, for Korea where he spent 11 months. He has been stationed on both east and west coasts. Charles Cify Farmer Succumbs at Hospital CHARLES CITY--Lee Leonard, 72, f a r m e r living three miles lorthcast of Charles City, died in he Cedar Valley Hospital Saturday shortly before noon, where he had icon n patient two weeks. Mr. Leonard was married Dec. M, 1003, to Mcrlie Unller/ie'lcl, who survives him, as well as two h a l f sisters, Mrs. JSthlyn Crook, Charles 'My, and Mrs. Flossie Daniel, Des Moincs, one nephew and two licces. Iff was preceded in death y his parents and one son, who lied in infancy. Six Stock Car Races Feature Opening Day C'RESCO--Howard County's 2i)lh a n n u a l fair will open at Crcsco Friday with an outstanding program of attractions in entertaining and educational events. Four bands, from Crcsco, E l m a , Protivin and Lime Springs will play concerts during the 4-day program. There will be five ball games. "Race Day," Friday will include a (i-cvent slock car race program ihat will feature as one of the outstanding drivers, Herschel Buc h a n a n , :!-time winner of the IMCA circuit, according to Ralph Fitzgerald, fair association secretary. Other events include hippodrome and vaudeville acts anti Miss Victory, the "human cannon ball," who will be shot through the air 300 feet into a net. Day for Children Saturday is "Kid's Day" when all children not more t h a n 1(5 years old will be admitted free, Fitzgerald said. A Saturday's attraction, now to Howard County fairgocrs, will be the Northeast Iowa c h a m - pionship team pulling contests with $000 in pri/es offered in the light, medium and heavy classes competing. Vaudeville acts and Miss Victory will again be featured in the day's and night's program. Swenson's "Thrillcade," direct NO TRICK AT ALL--Tyintf hb .shoes is no longer a problem to Jimmy Wilcox, 4, who demonstrates bis skill here for Dorothy Rcagcr, left, Primghur junior in the college of nursing at the State University of Iowa. Jimmy's mother, Mrs. G. G. Wilcox, center, explains to Dorothy what Jimmy can be expected to do for himself at his age Ob scrvinj? normal actions of the child in the home is part of a course in study of the growth and development of the well child which gives student nurses at the State Univor-' sity of Iowa a better understanding of the child when he becomes ill. on PAYMENT OK'd G A R N E R -- A final hearing ,,.. he report of William Henschen cn- incer recommending the p a y m e n t f a final estimate to Joe Needles C Greenfield on the dennoul of .nlerals 3, .1 and 5 of Hancock 'oimty d r a i n a g e district No. 13, vas held at the courthouse t h i s r eek. A final estimate in the sum f $3,735.2(i due the contractor was rdcred pnid by the board of su- crvisors MAKE THESE B E C A U S E .,. We are the Exclusive, licensed Drycleaner in this city! * GARMENTS LOOK SPARKUNG NEW AGAIN * COLORS UVEUER, BRIGHTER THAN EVER BEFORE' * FABRICS RICH WITH A CASHMERE-SMOOTH FEEL * PLEATS STAY "IN"-CREASES STAY "PUT" * GREATER RESISTANCE TO SOILING AND WRINKLING' Try Sfa*Nu--/f costs nothing extra! from the .Minnesota State fair, will be Sunday's big attraction. Monday's program will be highlighted by linck Stcelc's "Frontier Days" program featuring western riders in 25 acts. U a l l games include the Decorah Cubs vs. St. Lucas at 2 p. m., Friday; York vs. Protivin (soft ball), Saturday at 2; followed by Crcsco All-Stars vs. Riccville All-Stars, (soft ball); Elma vs. Ridgeway, 2 p. in., Sunday; Crcsco vs. Festina, 2 p.m., Monday. The Grand American carnival show will be on the Midway all four days of the fair. Hobbyists to Show Added to the usual exhibition division this year is the inauguration of arts mid crafts for which a new building lias been constructed. All Howard County hobbyists and those of the surrounding territory arc invited to enter this division, Fitzgerald s a i d . Prizes will be awarded. Farm youths will again play an important part in this year's fair exhibits and program highlights, according to Paul N. Payne, county oxlcnsioi) director. The !-' H clubs and Future Farmers of America arc expected to have 200 head oC livestock exhibited in the various divisions. Included will be 50 baby beeves, 50 market pigs anti 30 dairy heifers. There will be stock judging and other contests. A special reward for winners in the various classes of the junior show is being provided by Howard County merchants. Twenty- one prizes winners will be sent on an expense-paid trip to the International Live Stock Show in Chicago next November. A m o n g those to be included in the Chicago trip will be winning livestock judging team, leading demonstration team, dairy heifer, baby beef, purebred and market litter winners. The junior livestock ami poultry auction sale will start nt 10 a.m. Monday, Sept. 1, at the fairgrounds. Hold Rites Monday for Charles Cifyan CHARLES CITY--Funeral serv ices were to be h.cld Monday at 2 p. m. at Grossmann's Funeral Home for Louise Schucknccht, 67, who died in an Independence hospital at G:20 a. m. Saturday where she had been a patient two weeks, following an illness of two years. Miss SchucknechlWas a member of St. .lohp's Lutheran Church and the Rev. Walter M. Frilschcl, pastor, was to officiate with burial in Riverside Cemetery. She is survived by two brothers, Irving, of Charles City, and Fritz of Waterloo. ON VACATION T R I P G A R N E R -- D o n a l d Briggs, who has been employed at the Garner Leader and Signal office, left recently on a vacation trip into Minnesota and will return at the conclusion of his vacation to West Des Moincs to enter his senior year at Valley High. MEETINGS In North Iowa POPEJOY -- Oakland Friendly Club will meet with Mrs. Leo Gar- daien Tuesday. GARNER -- The Gifford Olson post of the American Legion will meet at the hall at 8 p. m. Tuesday, Sept. 2, according to Gus Pappas, post commander. Decorah Employes Given Wage Boost DECORAH--An eight per cent cost of living wage increase was granted the employes of the city of Decorah at a regular meeting of the city council. The increase is retroactive to Aug. 1, according to Charges Anderson, city clerk. SELLS INTEREST EAGLE GROVE--Roy Larson, who has been a resident manager of the Eagle Chevrolet Company las sold his one-fourth interest t he company. His plans for the ft. -ure are indefinite hut he probablj vill remain in Eagle Grove. E. L 3arbett, who was a partner with Carson, will continue to be the nanager. E. P. Lindhart of Humbold t is the other member of the Top Flower Show Winners Chosen LEROY, Minn. ~ Mrs. H. M. Shackelford received the H. L. White award for the most outstanding arrangement in the artistic class at the flower show here. Mrs. R. Willmarth received the Shackelford award for the most outstanding table arrangcincnt. Mrs. T. Runde received the sweepstakes prize for vegetable exhibits, also first .and second in many of her flower exhibits. SON. FOR AIRMAN THORNTON--A son was born here Aug. li to Mrs. Jeanyce P. Gobeli, wife of Alien D. Gobeli, air- m a n , USN, at the U. S. Naval Station at Kingsvillc, Tex. Gobeli is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Lester G. Gobeli of Thornton. Mrs. Gobeli is the daughter of Mr. anti Mrs. Theodore R. Nelson of Manly^. g NOTHING LIKE IT TM ... Ever Before! Firm. 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SO WHY ·· SATISPIID WITH DRUB-OUT DftYCLIANINCf Junior Livestock Sold at Hampton HAMPTON--A total of 115 head of baby beeves was auctioned off at the livestock sale at the Frnnk- lin County Fair. The top price was $'15.25 a hundred paid by the H W Super Market here. The average weight was 9GO pounds niul the average price $,'!4.(Xl. The sale of baby beeves totaled $37,598.86. Ninety-eight head of swine were sold ;it an average of $-13.15 per head or $22.72 per hundred. ORCHARD g95 Black tucde Brawn suede Red calf Blue calf Black calf FLATS D I V O R C E G R A N T E D G A R N E R -- D a r l e n e t. Diekhuis was granted a divorce in the Hancock County District Court by District ·Judge Tom Boynlon of. Forest City. Plaintiff alleged cruel and inhuman treatment in her petition. She was awarded the custody of a minor daughter and the stipulation of settlement was approved by the court. The couple was married in Garner Feb. G, 1951. Smart, dressy, NEW! 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