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Waterloo Man Wins Aviation Contest Mason City Calendar MJO '·;»-- Buslness-lnUustry-EUucallon Dny. SL'PT; "--All Mason cily schools reopen SEPT. 3f-KI Kaliir Shrlno ceremonial. S "(','m , S -!"r^ orl1h , C o n l r n l Iowa noil and t.un Uub-s ninth a n n u a l fk-kl day. usual looat.gn one-half mile west of H K hway H K hway Wirme- aml t e s t ' f u r ihQ b e n e f i t of ll~uc'hs"un'ii'n»itc[i »ponsoml ly Mallurd Club at The Com. miinity Hall. V e n t u r a . *l-:i'T. ','1--Iowa Hleli-Twflvc convention. Sh i'i7)'. " T ~ V I W antl Allxilial 'y snnuul HERE IN MASON CITY The Executive Offices and the Registrar's Office will be open every day. Register before the ou.enin« of the fall t e r m , Sept. 1. The Hamilton School.... Dr. Schultz, Osteopath, room 641, Hotel Kanfortl. Ph. 2960. A d a u g h t e r , C y n t h i a Diane, weighing 7 pounds 2 ounces, was born Saturday to Mr. and Mrs. Wiliiam Hopkins at St. Louis, Mo. The family formerly lived in Mason Cily. Mr. Hopkins is with the FBI. Their residence is 1422 Cross Brook- Drive, Webster Grove, Mo. Glidden's Everon outside white paint, $4.89 gal. at Payne's. E v a n s does upholstering. Prompt service. Ph. 2277. 621 S. Fed. John Vance Jr. and K a r l Steinhaus of the Vance Music Company, Inc., returned Sunday night f r o m Elkhart, Ind., where they attended a Conn band i n s t r u m e n t sales school. Saturday night they attended the Chicagoland Music Festival at Chicago. Dry your laundry at the Laun- dritc Self Serve Laundry. "A single t r i a l tells the tale.' 1 Try Lyons Family Bundle. Ph. UOO. Dr. and Mrs. M. W. Masters are Jn Davenport attending the annual international convention and ly- cetim at the Palmer School of Chiropractic. The main speakers will be Ur. B. J. Palmer, developer of chiropractic, and address will be given by Carlcton (Cap) Sias, Waterloo, president of Toastmasters International. Paper Headquarters. Shepherds. Boomhower's for l a r g e group ol gas stoves for heating and cooking. Mrs. B. R. Dunn, 320 Pennsyl vania S.E., won a plastic bedspread prcsenlcd by Esther Ga'ar der, Mason City dealcr'for Tnpper- warc Plastics, in connection with a display at the North Iowa Fair. The Rock F a l l s WSCS will serve « fried chicken supper in f h c i i church dining room, Wed. eve, Aug 27, serving to start at about 5:30 p. in. Adults, $1; children 50 cents Get your t r a v e l e r s checks at the First National Bank of Mason City Convenient and safe. Mrs. Robert A. L a u r i e , 1204 Sec ond S.W., was recovering in P a r k Hospital Monday following ai emergency appendectomy Saturday afternoon. Blue Cross Hospitaliiation now a v a i l a b l e lo individuals. J. E. Roderick, Ph. 8D9J11. C. O. Johnson Services Held Rites Conducted at Mason City Chapel Funeral services for C. O. (John nic) Johnson, U I , who died Thurs day following an illness, were hch at the Major Memorial Chape Saturday a f t e r n o o n with Doctoi Lloyd A. Gustafson, pastor of the First Methodist Church, officiating.! Mrs. Hoy Servison played the organ. Mrs. 0. S. C. Andrick, Mrs. L. P. Sanborn and M r s . H. C. Kruegcr were in charge of flowers. P a l l b e a r e r s were John Strom, Paul Grange, M. C. Swenson, L. P. Sanborn, Fred J. Wagner and Dr. If. C. Krueger. I n t e r m e n t was at Elm wood Cemetery. The Major Funeral Home was in charge. · ' Cilutic-RiuFUe photo hy (lllilis COiMPARL PLANES--M. Stft. George Law, recruiting sergeant at Decorah, and David Haight, 9-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Haitfht, Northwood, compare their planes entered in the model aviation contest Sunday at the Mason City M u n i c i p a l Airport. The youngster took first place in the U-control .stunt division for j u n i o r s , while Sgt. Law, a former Mason Cityan, placed third in the U-control combat class. --+,. NEWS of RECORD Divorces Granted V i o l e t M . N ' u n u m a k e r f r o m Miiurice N u n e m a k e r on grounds ol c r u c l l x . She is granted c u s t o d y if child, title to c u r t a i n real a s t u t e , Slid a month H u n p u r t motley, t l l l a to n i l h o n s c l i i i l i l f u r n i t u r e nntl personal e f f e c t s . I t e is to |ia J'JflO f n r allor- ney's fees t\ud nil court A u g . J. Win. Alarrletl Marriage Licenses I l u b t r l l.ce l i e i ' f r e j , : l l , and Di-sslc Mae l o l i b s , 'I'.l. liolh nf . M i n n e a p o l i s ; J a c k Iteay, 'ID, and I . a u r a M a x l n e Jolutson, M\, both f ^lllineapons; I l a r l o w D w a y n u lr\vln, I. anil Eftli: .Mae M a g t u . IK. both ut M i n n e a p o l i s ; \S'lllls Hurton J o n e s . :tU. and ( J l o r t a 31 ai: Corler. ri.l, liutli of St. 1'alll; L e K o y V. Scott. ' I I , and L o r e t l a J e a n Solic, » t . both of M E n n c a p o L l s ; J a m e s Kob- c r ( . FenZvlmmi. :.':l. anil Hnmcina dun Hcl- Icr, T:. bill)] of M i n n e a p o l i s ; C e r a l l l Clarence L e s s n i a n . V I . ;\iul Sally M a e l.ind- s t r o m . IS. l i n l l l of St. 1'anl; K n b c r l Eu- cenc Roy. I c e K l , a n d J u n c l M a r i e K t e c l i . ;al, both of M i n n e a p o l i s . New Car Sales Clem I l e b c l . Honte S. l l u l c k ; Charles F.. I l u g h e s . Lincoln, N e b , . Nash. Police Court Drunk D r i v i n g -- I t u s s L - H C. I ' l i r l g l i t . : l t . S'ili 1st N . W . . ri'luiisccl on s:i'j: bond. (,'areless D r l v l l l K -- W a y n e K. E a l y , 'M J'l~, f o l k N . W . . forreilcil Sltl:i..S.T. S p c i i d l i i K -- W i l l i a m K. I t u y l c , ·.'!!,· I UK 13. State, l o r f e l t c d Sir, bond. O v e r t i m e r a r k l n g -- l I n c h e s H r y a n l , l l r l c k ami Tile I l u i l d i n i r ; K l i p t o Loose Leaf Co., IS D e l a w a r e . S . I C . ; t.:. A . D a v i s . I I I ! M a r y l a n d U . K . ; Don U e r d e h . A l l t l L i l i d H c l B h l s ; I ' e l c n.-ihl. l i l l D e l a i i a n - S . I C . ; J a m e s foe. Hontc :i. Mason C i t y : li. A. W a l k e r , :.'ll (ill I'lace H . I - ; . : Karl J a c o b s , !II!) LUli I'lact N . K . . each f o r f e i t e d S I ; " J a m e s ( i a l i l e llinnjilon. forfellcil SJ Tor t u o rlul»Uunn. I m p r o p u r I ' a r k l n g -- I C v e r e t t L. S w a n . DCS M n l n e s , f o r f e i t e d S I . Fire Calls At co:i p . m . S a t u r d a y In '!in J a c k s o n i . K . , . A. Clils c c i i p a n l . I n v e s l l i r a l l o n nf odor of l e a k i n g g a s . no f i r e . Births Reported I A l M e r c y H o s p i l a U -- l l , , y ,n M r . a n d I r s . l l m iu;is ttul llir: ,S', KcdiT.ll. . S i i l i i r i l n y : g i r l to M r . a n d S i r s . F r u i i r l s H a r r l - r . : J I 7 '.111 S . K . . S u n d a y ; hoy to Mr .incl M r s . V * ..... l a y ; l n a r i l M u l l e n . In Mr. :iml :!()lh s W , A i r s . r.nrnW . . . T l c k n l . I Hi; V l r c l n h i S.I-:., s ..... l a y ; h n j to M r . »nil J l r « . W i l l i a m T y s s t l l l n g . j l l , C:irnlhia N.!!.. . S u n d a y : K l r l to .Mr. and .urs. Normnn M i i d i n n . H r l l C , S u i u l a y s buy to Mr. and M r s . I l i r v t y T h o m p s o n , l . n u don. A I I n i i . . . S i i n i I n y : B r l tu M r . iind M r s l l c l h c r t \ V a r d . S w a l c d a l c , S u n d n y . (At I ' a r k I l i i 5 i i l l a | ) -- Hoy lo Mr. ami M r s . I t o n r r l S u n d a y . . J . L i n d s a y , Nor:i S p r i n g s Realty Transfers O l n « y . M r s . . I n s r p h l n r . l o t l u a n e liurns a n i l N i n a , SI, ( V V I » Lot X I l l k . I! In I'atrl- a r c h . M l l l t a n l 1.0. O . K . fark u|,j (ml anil p l a t t e d on part of I,ol I In S u b . l.oi 1. V.'-JKM?, 7-M-.V.'. T a y l o r . . . J e a n n e K l z . i l i c l l i t n i l G . - r a t i l dal i and A l f o n / n . to den VV S t o r k . . . u and l l . i n i l h y W . . jt. t e n $·^11.nun. 7-M--M, ^ H O N O R E D A T P A R T Y GOObELL--Mrs. L. W. Woscn- bcrg'.ind Mrs. F^rriic Kurt?, honored Olivo Bulls at n p a r t y in tho \Vos- cnbcrg home. Olive told oC her summer spent in Europe. Her friends gave her gifts for her new- home which she recently p u r chased at F a i r m o n t , iMinn., where she is senior English teacher. Many valleys in Idaho are not more than 10 miles in w i d t h . ,'. WI .\ S - "" a"TM "' S W ' V ol I ' e l e r s o n . K. W. and M i l d r e d r.. to W l l am f". f ' a r r n l l ami M a r y D o r i s , jt. t e n . I. f W I ) W l y . :, f t . of Lot IS and a l l l.oi li In I s a a c U'liltakcr's r e p l t ut Illk 'I : i r a r L a k e , X-lf-,Y:. S i - v e r s o n . Ann and O l c n n . to . l a m r s IV ^ i n i l b a n i l A n n a Fern, j t . t e n . . S I . I W I ) l.ot Hi. I l l k . ·:. Hose · I n l l l e M c l n l o s b . Sub of Sub. of . l h « t Iracl desc:rll,ed as ln-jin nt. polnl »li(ch m a r k s Uie Inlersec cif IV line of lii-M-r; N W l y . r-«v line of l l « y . t« I b r n c r N K l y I'.'n tl. alone Sly l i n e SF.Iy I s l i o r n of C. Lakn. S W I y lo point l y | n K u l l n , - r o n s l r . at r i K h t a n g l e s ,., Sly r-w of DEJECTED--Don Pearson, 16th N.E., looks dejecred after his control-line plane cracked up in Sunday's model aviation contest, sponsored by the Exchange Club. Mason City Mrs. Sheridan Dies in Illinois Funeral Services Are Not Complete Mrs. F r a n k (Florence) Sherid a n , 49, former Mason City resident, died at her home, Carthage 111., at 2 a . m . M o n d a y , following an illness. She had resided at Carthage the past IS years. Mrs. Sheridan was born Dec 19, 1902, in Mason City, daughlei of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Q u i n n . S u r v i v i n g are her h u s b a n d F r a n k , a daughter, Mrs. Robert ( P a t r i c i a ) Gout/., C a r t h a g e , I I I . mother, Mrs. Henry Q u i n n , Masor City, three brothers, Vernon Q u i n n California, and W i l l i a m and Thomas, M a s o n C i I y, a sister, Mae Q u i n n , Mason City, arid two grand children, Robert and Lourine. She was preceded in d e a l h by her father, Henry, and a niece, M a r garet Quinn. Funeral a r r a n g e m e n t s arc in complete. The Colonial Funera Home is in charge. H. Groh, 74, Dies at Home Services to Be at 2:30 P. M. Thursday Henry Groh, 74, of 1413 Jcffersoi V.W,, died at the (iood S a m a r i t a t Home early Sunday morning. H nad resided in Mason City 29 years liaving come from B r i l l . Mr. Groh was born Nov. 22, 1877 at G r i m m , Russia. He was a mem her of Bethlehem Lutheran Church Surviving are four daughlers Mrs. W i l l i a m Stephan, Mrs. Rid ard Carpenter and Mrs. Bon Coc Mason City, and Mrs. Charlc Hegg, Clear Lake, and four son* August, Fred and Karl Groh, M; son Cily and Leo Groh, Torrencc Calif., and 37 grandchildren and 1 great grandchildren. A sisler, Mrs. Christ Hcimbucl Mason Cily, and two brothers, Ale Groh, Chicago, and George Grol Windsor, Colo. He was preceded i death by bis wife Jan. 3, 1951. Funeral services will be held a 2:.'iO p.m. Thursday afternoon a the Bethlehem Lutheran Cluirc with Ihc Rev. C. A. I l i n z o f f i c i a ing. Interment will be at Elmwoo Cemetery. Friends may call at th Major Fimcral Homo after 2 p.tt Wednesday until the t i m e of sen ices. I l w j . I S nn.l f r o m piilnl -in Sly r-w l l i r which I s I . I W I f t . K W l j f r n m point of « » l n . . MVIy t o S l y r - w l i n e w h i c h I , | . i tl. SH'ly a l n n e a . i l i l r-H- l i n e f r o m h e - g i n . . \ i : i - M I K I I f t . a l o n g r-w I h i r t o p o i n t I'elcrson. M a n i l l a C.. I Cjrroll :mJ M;iry Doris, Jt. Visits Old Home OS A G E -- J i m Dorsey, 2 j . son of Mrs. Edith Dorsey and the late Jack Dorsey, visited friends in Osagc this week, r e m a i n i n g over- n i g h t at the home of Mrs. A m e l i a Grover. This young man has been in service and it was feared at one time t h a t his legs would have to be L. P. Ryan Rites Held at Church F u n e r a l services for Lawrence 1 (Larry) R y a n , 85, who died Friday were held M o n d a y morning at th Holy F a m i l y Catholic Church, wit Father Roger Sullivan officiating. Thomas I I o o d . was crossbearci A l t a r boys were James Lynch, Die Scrnctl, Roger H u f f m a n an Thomas S k r a m . Pallbearers wer Chester McClung, I'ete Durkin Charles OcRock, James Hut/el Morgan M c E n a n e y and Bud Mul Inncy. Attending the services from ou of the city were Mr. and M r s J o h n Cartin and daughters, Pa tricta, Janice and Mary Lou, an Hugh and Ed Cartin, all of Ch caf-o. I n t e r m e n t was at C a l v a r y Cemc lery, Rock I s l a n d , I I I . , w i t h Fathc W i l l i a m C n l a h a n of M i l a n , 111., o f i t - f a t i n g at the grave. The Colonia F u n e r a l Home was in charge. Wly. .', fl. ot l.t. :nd William f «n.. 'I. (C1CI1I of f.i.t · QUALITY · SERVICE ai Katz Cleaners cmd Tailors 1 Day Service Everyday, If You Wish. Call For and Deliver II First S. W. Plione 523 I s n a c WliltaVrr'.i rrplal of lilk. ll:t, In Clrar l.akr, H.;5-.V.'. Croh. l-'rcrt ami A l b e r t . Croh. K a r l and DorlT, to S. f. [..uijlnrr. II, ( V V I ) t N r, ft. of 1,1,1 !·· ., n ,i N. ··.:, n. if i,ot ix', r x c r p t llir 1C. IT. ff. of Lot IX all In |)lk H, In It. * O. r.aml Co.. .Street Kvj.', Add. lo M.i*nn C i t y , R-Ji-.Vi. K i n g , C.tnTge K m J I nan I . t l h i , lo M i k e i anlrnvlrli antl K l l n o r . J t , ten., S I , ( W i l l l.ol It, Illlc.^ 17, | n f o l l r c c rtdd., to .Mason M.C. I n r r M a m r n l To.. lo D n n j M U S i m p s o n rincl M . t i l n i ? K . , jt. i rn .. j ( , n V O i I . o l . - I H and S'.!: of Lot :IT hi S. C a r o l i n a . \ c r r v M a s o n C l l j . K-'.'il-rrt. S l o r k d a l r . C.lrn W. ami Darnthy H' . to j . I p a n n p K l l r a h K l h T a y l o r a n d J i n l l l l i (i,, r . lion I i a r . M V O i S l f l . O W . l.ot .'t. Kile I. In A u d i t o r ' s Suli. of Lot I t In S n i p , of F.'-i of SK.''i anil l h a t p a r t i r . i ; i j o f NIC'/, |«. r\r,-'"0. kef. S. St. . S. of r-w of f:iilr:i|;o, M l l n - » n . I l w y . , X-';-.V;. Serve Supper THORNTON -- T h e American Luther League will serve supper Aug. 30 at the American Lutheran Church beginning at 5 until all are served. | Wheat was used us a food for j m a n as f n r back as 1200 B, f. KENNEL CLUB TO MEET The Mason City Kennel Clu will meet Tuesday at 8 p. rn. a the YMCA. Final plans will be ai nounced for the A. K. C. sanctionc a m p u t a t e d as they b a d l y fro/en. lie has been hospital- i/cd for about 18 months, f i r s t in Korea, then .lapan, I hence in California. match and field trials lo be hcl c ". s o .Sunday, Sept. 21, in connection w i l h j Navy Planes on Exhibition at Airport A Waterloo man, Victor P. Wil- ox, won the grand prize trophy at 10 first Model Aviation Contest nl Mason Cily Municipal Airport unday. The event was sponsored y the Mason 'City Kxchango Club. Wileox placed first in (he Q-Conol Stunt and U-Conlrol Scale .asses and lied for second in the -Control Combat division. Several thousand persons watched ic '18 contestants fly their model lanes during the day. The spec- itors nlso viewed Iwo U. S. Navy lanes from \Vold-Chumberlnin Meld, Minneapolis. The crows of n K-G-F Hellcat, single engine ghler, nnl a TI1M, torpedo fight r, served as judges for the event. Unscheduled F e a t u r e In the early aflernoon an un cheduled feature was nddccl lo the rogram when a Navy Privatcei roppcd down on the airport to pick p a passenger. The Privateer Is a meal descendant of (he H-2-1 Lib- rator of World War 11. Its con- rast with the model airplanes 01 vilh the smaller planes which bar con l a n d i n g and , I n k i n g ofl liroughont the day was consid- rable. The passenger was Lt. Col. And- cy Underkofler, who was reared n .Drill. Her mother still lives ii he Hancock County town and she s a sister of Mrs. Harold Chirk ol 3ancrofl. Her relatives were pros nt lo see her board the huge ilanc. In the Air Force Col. Un lerkoflcr directs the physica hcrapy program. List Results The contest results: U-Control Stunt -- 1. Victor ? Wileox, Waterloo; 2. Larry Norlhwood; 3. Kichim) Evans, Ma son City. U-Conlrol Stunt (.juniors) -- 1 )avicl l l a i g h t , Norlhwood; 2. J a r n c (ipp, Waterloo. U-Control Scale -- 1. Wileox. 2 "-.loyd M. Hanson, Eagle Grove i. George li. Law, Decorah; 1. Bo! Lcnnan, Mason City. U-Conlrol Combat--1. Tom Buc chic, Mason Cily; 2. (tie), llanso and Wileox; 4. Dick Smith, La knla. R a d i o Control--1. Claude McCu lough, Oltumwa; 2. Paul .lones Cedar Hapids; 3. Kenneth L. Sa lerlce, Waterloo. ',s-A F l i g h t -- I . R. L. Pclrie, Wa lerloo; 2. Kenneth Jackson, Water loo; 3. Donald W. Y o u m a n s , Wa lerloo. '/a-A Free Flight--1. Bob Vollen weide, Waterloo; 2. G a r y Jolinsoi Webster City. AB Free Flight--1. R i c h a r d Toi esdahl, Eagle Grove; 2. Pclrie. Hand-Launched Glider--1. Joli L. Lockwood, Eagle Grove; Uuechlc; :!. John J. Donahoc Ji Mason City. Ilanci-La\mched Glider (juniors --!. Eugene Groh, Mason City; i Johnson; 3. Gary Wilcox, Waterloi Mrs. William Pinfold Injured in Jump From Burning Show Truck Wrs. W i l l i a m P i n f o l d , Maso City, was injured Saturday who, she j u m p e d from the cab of truck in which she was riding will icr husband enroulc to G r c e n u from Albion, 111. They operate a .concession i Moore's Modern Shows w h i c played Ihe f l r e c n u p fair. Mrs. Pin Told j u m p e d when the truck cauyh Fire. She was treated for a clislocate shoulder, severe cuts and bruise about Ihe face. Mnon City r.lobt-r.iifllr, Mjsnn Cllr. I t , PICNIC HONORS PIUTCHICTTS--Somo 120 members of the St. John's Episcopal parish attended a picnic Sunday at East Turk lionorinK tho Rev. and Mrs. A r t h u r E. Pntehett \vlio leave Mason City Sept. .H to live in Ohio. Shown at Hie picnic are, left to riKht, Mrs. Herald Peterson, president of the Womanhood of the c h u r c h ; Mr. Pritchett; Sude Nai- i'oh, c h a i r m a n of Ihe picnic eomniiileo, and Charles E. Strickland, senior warden. Assisting N a i f o h i n . p l a n n i n g the picnic were Hay Whorley, Ralph Davenport, Wayne Tyler, I\lrs. (ierald ·^H'];»c L _Mrs 1 _Cuy Zach, Mrs. F r a n k Poole, Mc-ri'iH Parks and Harry Myers. Kayenay Engraving Has Annual Picnic at Clear Lake Park R. C. Enright Charged With Drunk Driving Kussell K. ICnrighl, :)!, 32(i 1st N. V., was released on $:i25 bond M o n d a y a f t e r being charged in po- ice court w i t h drunk d r i v i n g . IQnrigbt was arrested on H l g h v n y . 0 5 a q u a r t e r niile north of its nlcrscction w i t h H i g h w a y 288 about J:3fl p.m. Saturday. Highway pa rolmcn who arrested Fnrigbl said ic almost forced I heir patrol car off the road. They snid a blood est taken showed Enright was in oxicated. Another Mason Cilyan, Wayne II. JS«ly ( '.30 p U27 Polk N. W., Jor- eited a $10:1.85 bond for careless d r i v i n g , l i e was arrested early Sunday morning after his auto hit .md broke a telephone pole at Jst and Jackson N. W. Police arrested E n l y at his home a f t e r b e i n g called to Park Hospital where his w i f e was being treated for cuts on her knee ami over her eye. .Police said Mrs. Ealy told them she left her husband l y i n g on the ground and wont to call an ainbu lance. When she returned, he hac d r i v e n away just ahead of the am bulance. She then hitched a ride t the hospital. In another t r a f f i c case, W i l l i a n E. Boyle, 2(, M18 E. Stale, for foiled a $15 bond for speeding. Hi was niTC.sl.cd at ;trd and N. Fedora early Sunday morning. Police sail he had been d r i v i n g !! miles ai hour and t u r n i n g corners at higl speeds. Police dropped charges of care less d r i v i n g a g a i n s t W a l t e r Portis Mason Cily, whose auto .struck a patrol car driven by Officer H. I) U m b a r g e r Saturday ' a f t e r n o o n . Tht accident occurred at 3rd and N Federal. Porlis paid for damages to the police car. Bird Joins Church M E M P H I S , Term. UP--A bin that flew into C a l v a r y Methodist Church bore perched in the rafters and sang throughout Ihe S u n d a y services. SHOWER BRIDE-TO-BE G R E E N E -- M i s s Donna Merfcld e n t e r t a i n e d a j^roup of friends at a personal shower at her home Friday evening honoring Miss Kve- lyn D r e i e r whose approaching m a r - riage lo I'vl. Howard Rose of Sam Houston, Tex., will lake place Sept. 21 at St. Peter's Lnlheran Church in Greene. Spitsbergen east-west air North Pole. sits a t h w a r t routes across the the The Geneva Convention of 10i!) says prisoners must be given decent housing, nourishing food and the right to c o m m u n i c a t e with their f a m i l i e s . the N o r t h Central fown Rod and Gun Club's a n n u a l field day. Dr. Glen M. Krogh DENTIST 6 1 1 Brick Tile Bldg. P H O N E 1 1 8 9 WE SERVICE ALL BOTTLED GAS APPLIANCES RAPID-THERMOCAS CO. PHONE 1542 MASON CITY, IOWA Hearing Aid Batteries and Accessories FOR ALL MAKES OF HEARING AIDS Hearing old users will be pleased to learn that wo now carry a complete line of hearing aid batteries. It is no longer necessary to obtain batteries from "hard lo reach" sources. Visit our hearing aid department at your first opportunity. Wo Give S tr H Green Stompi ADAMS 21 Prescription Pharmacy East State Phone 372 ,i^P BABBITT $1 ON 10 DAY LEAVE - So»man Cnrl Gibbs, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Ringls, 15 Eighth S.W., Is spending a 10-day leave at home. Hs has just been graduated from thu Gunners' School, Balnbrldge, Md., and will go aboard the battleship Now Jersey Sept. 3. T R Y O U T S O P E N Tryouls for the Mason Cit Little Theater's first production "Kalher of the Bride," will bo hol Monday and Tuesday evenJiiKs be iinintJ at 7:30. The Iryouls wil hu at the Little Theater Studio !3'/i N. li'otlernl. Downed by Eight-Ball MUNC1IS, I n d . UI 1 --Mrs. IS Cirady told police sin; wants then to nab h u r unknown assailimt whi literally lilt her with a n u m b e r "a' pool h a l l and put him behind it: f i g u r a t i v e counterpart. ONA BURGENER WILL UNLOAD YOUR CARLOAD I'lionu 1010 -- ft No One Answers. Call 1815 Kighly-one employes and their amilies of the Kayenay Engraving Company held the a n n u a l picnic at 'M Park in Clear Lake Friday ivcninjj. Tho Larry Neibergals were cspc- :ially honored at the event because le is Iciiyinu for Webster City vherc lie is opening a new plant, fe has been with Kayenay for 18 ·ears and. superintendent for the ast eight. The employes yave him television set. Special quests at the picnic were Mr. and Mrs. 1C. I. Wnnjijhlal and a m i l y of licrkley, Mich., and Mi-, md Mrs. C l a r y Lei-berg of Marshal, N.O. Following the dinner, Ihc clul- Irtsn adjourned lo Haysidc. STEELDON IS jewels. Sweep seconds. Stainless steel case. 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