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LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE OK A I M ' O I N T M F N T OK E X E C U T R I X Noiice is hereby given, thai Iho under- slsned has been duly appointed anil ijuall- flcci as t,::ecuirix of the eslatc of Sol,, a A. Schwam, Deceased, | atB of Cerro Cordo founty. All persons indebted lo said «slate are requested to make immediate pay. menl; nnd those havins claims against the same will present them, duly authenticated, (o Ihe undersigned for allowance, and file in the office of the ClerK ot the District Court. ESTHER A. SCmVAHTZ JAY W. l.OKE.N'2, Attorney Doled August 14. 1M2. S. H. M a c P E A K , Clerk District Coun By JEAN nOHDE, Uoimty NOTICE OF I ' K O H A T E OF WII I STATE OP I O W A , ferro Gardo County, ss. In District Court. No. 7920. June Term, 1952. To All Whom It Ma- Concern: You are hereby notified, that an instrument of writing purporting to be lliv last Will and Testament of O. Rhodes, lie- ceased. dated August 1, 1051. having been this day filed, opened and read, Jloncla.v the 8th day of September, 1952, is fixed for hearing proof of same ai the Court House ' City. l o u j . before lhc D i s i i n t said founty. or the Clerk of faiil Court; and at ^ o'clock P. M.. of the ,!av above mentioned M persons Interested are hereby notified and required lo appear and show cause, if any they have, why instrument shouM not be probated and allowed as ami for the last Will and Testament of said licceaied. 195' lle ' i *' ili **' on City |OWR ' August 8, S. H. M a c P K A K . Clerk of District Court By AttLEKN u. H A K H I S , Deputy O R i n i N A L NOTICK In ih« Uituict Court uf low* In *n fof Cerro Gordo Couulv M A H Y RODKniCK. No' 336(4 Plaintiff V i . UOBKKT HOUEFWK, Defendant I'O -- H O B E H T HODEHICK; the above named defendant: Vou are hereby notified lhat a petition of lhc above named plalmlff in the above entitled action Is now on file in the office of the Clerk of the above named Court. which p v i i t l o n prays that plaintiff may be [;rant,'il an absolute divorce from you on Ihe urounii of ,-riK'l and Inhuman treatment; p l a i n t i l t further asks for the care, custody and control of the minor children, Jeffrey Roderick. Mary Roderick, l.yle Roderick, Dennie Roderick. Margaret Hoti- erlck and Sharon Hoiierlck. P l a i n t i f f further asks that she tie award U the turn of sixty-five DolUrs; S6S 00) er week lor the support and maintenance f Ihe above nn'med minor children: lhat he be j()viii the household furniture now elonglng to plaintiff and defendnnt; that he be allowed a reasonable amount for ttorney fees; thol she have judgment for he costs of this action, «nd for such other nd further relief as to the Court may eejn just and callable In the premises, You are also hereby notified to uppear jefore said Court at Mason City in Cerro "orclo County, Iowa, on or before thu 2olb day of September. 1952, and that unless ·ou so appear, your default will be entered nd judgment or decree w i l l be rendered gainst you (or the relief demanded in the petition. N'. LKVINSON' 2Hi South Federal Avenue Mason City. Iowa Atlorney for Plaintiff ALUM-A-LEADER g All-Aluminum Self-Storing Combination Windows A SENSATIONAL VALUE! Beautiful All-Aluminum Self-Storing Combination Window . . . juyr ONE LOW PRICES $1995 Any Glass Size to 10 Inches Ask lo sec the peLuxe 3-Track A l u m - A - L i t e Combination Window priced only siiffMly higher. E. Carl While Co. 1717 SOUTH FEDERAL MASON CITY. IOWA PHONE 841 E. CARL WHITE CO. 1117 SOUTH FEOEIUVti 5IASON CITY, IOWA N A M E A D D R E S S CITY XOT1CK OK I ' R O B A T K OK Wtl.l. STATE OF IOWA, Orro CJordo Onimy. ss, la District Court. Nu. 7»'iV. J u n e Term. 1951. To All Whom It M » y C u n r t r n : Yo\t are hereby notUiel. lhat an instru- uent of wrlttni; purpnrtinj£ tn h? lh» l a K t VIII ami Testament of W. liit.ssuii DoiiKli- eny, Utue.isi'il, dated .l.inuaiy B, 19W, liiR txiun tills day (lied, opcnoil anct d, Friday the I2th day of Septcmher. IB52. is fixed for licnrliiK proof of .same :il ho Court House In Mason City, [ow.i, he- 'ore the District Court of .said Counly, or the Clerk of said Court; :mt at 10:00 o'clock A. M., of thu day above mentioned all persons Interested are hereby notified nnd reqtilred lo appear, nntl show cause, f any Ihey hove, why Instrument should not be prohnleit nnd allowed us and for ihn I n s l Will and Testament of .said deceased. Dated at Mason City. Iowa. August 1 r ), 1952. S. H. MacPEAK. Clerk of I M s t i i r i Court By J E A N R O i l D K , Deinily NOTICi; OF AD'OINTMICNT OK AIKMIN'ISTRATIUX STATK OF IOWA, Cerro Uorilo Counly, ss. No. 7937. Kotlre is hereby gi\'en, that the undersigned hns been duly appointed and q u a l i - fied as Administratrix of the estate of Klcunoie Kuthrine Jutsen. a r k ^ a Klonorn Katlierlne Julsen, I1eeca!icd, late of Cerro Gordo County. All persons Indebted to snk eslale atf rcque.sled to mnke Inintodiatc payment; and those hnvlnir claims nKalns Ihn same will [iresenl the:;), duly niilhenll cated. to the undersigned lor allowance. and file in the office of the Clerk of the District Cnurl. V K H N A K . ' J U U S E N B R K K S K i COIINWKLL, Attorneys Dated August 21, 1952. S. II. M n c l ' H A K . Clerk District Court By J15AN R O H D K . Deputy NOT1CK OF r K O D A T E OF W I L L ' STATE OF IOWA. Cerro Gorrto County, ss. In District Court. No. 103R, June Term. 19S2. To All Whom It Ma) Concern: You are hereby notified, that an instrument of wrltlns purporting m h c (he last Will and Testament ot Oscar A, Merkel Deceased, dated February 15. 1U50, hitvlnj; been thU day filed, opened and read. Pri day lhc 19th day of September, 1952, l.s fixed for hearing proof of same at till SHOP and SAVE at RAIZES 1WE RESPECT YOUR BUDGET TENDER JUICY Sirloin Steak . » DUNCAN HINES Wllh C0ll p° n 79 19 BACK TO BASE -- Donald W. Overlurf, a i r m a n 2c, has returned t o Camp Carson, C o l o r a d o Springs, after spending a 20-day leave at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. H a r r y O v e r t u r f , 1500 Pennsylvania S. E. He entered the Air Corps in January, 1951, and is an armament ins t r u c t o r . 'nun llniJi; in .Mji.ion I ' l l y , I mm, before 10 District Court «f siild t'ount.v. or ttii lurk of snirt t'ourt; and al 1U:()0 o'clock \. M . . of the da.v alove niciittoiiin! all pc'r ons huiui-sted ;vo hereby ntiHfled :ml re tiired to .'tpiiear, and shmv I'jiu.se, If nn ties' h a v e , why inNirumi'iH should nol ho robnted Hint ulloived as and tor the last I'll! and Tesiiiinent of s;ild ili'i-eased. Hated at Mason Cll', l o ^ A i i , A U K U M 112. 9S2. S. II. Miic-rEAK, Clerk i i f n i i t r l e t Coiirl llv J K A N I t O l l D l O . »ciuly Golf Women List Winners in Handicap CLEAR L A K E -- I n Ihe women'* nuuiicap golf t o u r n a m e n t Mrs l a c k Winkler, 21, defeated Mrs lohn Bai-ltctl, 17, ,'i and 2; Mrs A. J. Bower, 11, won over Mrs. L 8 . Schwiclerl, 1 7 , 1 u p ; M r s George lieclland, 12, defeated Mrs J. R o w a n , 12, ·! and '.!; Miss Bever y Roberts, li, dcfcatetl Miss Lucilc Johnson, IS, 'A and 2; Miss J a n e Root, 10, won over Mrs. Joe Jen en, 23, by d e f a u l t , and then losl It Miss Roberts, '1 and 3. Mrs. Keith Raw, .13, won ove: Mrs. Gerald J e n s e n , I K , :i and 2 Mrs. Eugene Ludwig, 15, defcalec Mrs. K. Repp, 13, 3 and 1; Mrs Fred Larson, 11, won over Mrs. 11 F. d'Dea, 8, 1 u p ; Mrs. G. F. Opel 10, won over Mrs. A. D. Moellci 12, 1 and 'J; Mrs. Ray M c G o w a n 12, defeated Mrs. David Nelson, 1C 2 u p , and Mrs. I r v i n g Morgan, 14 won over Mrs. H. M c A f e e , 20, 1 up CONCORD COJNCOHD ^ P^^^ GRAPES.. 4 qtbasket 59 c ITALIAN HAL1AN ^ 4| PRUNES «* $ * 79 WASHINGTON BARTLETT WRAPPED ^ ^ PEARS . . . 46 A type of h a r k s like a deer dog. n a t i v e to Indi Rotarians Told of Need for Air Watchers The need of volunteers to man Die nation's n i r \ v a t c l v program was cmphnsiml by Col, Hurgc (iraiiwell M o n d a y noon nl (he luncheon median of UK? Mason City n o t a r y Cluh a I Hotel J l a u ford. Col. Cnulwel! is c o m m a n d i n g fficcr of the A i r c r a f t Control ami / a r n i n g .Squadron s t a t i o n al Wav- rly. The station has been a part f the nation's air w a f e h and nn lonal defense program for a year. Col. G r a d w e l l tohi of how people i the W a v e r l y area first believed tie A i r c r a f t Control and Warning iqmulron was a U,S. weather sta- iun. l i e said ihal it f i n a l l y took nine "string pulling" lo /jive the lenple the straight i n f o r m a t i o n . More I n f o r m a t i o n " N o w , " ' C o l . C r a d w e l l said, "\ve an't get enough advertising ami n f o r m a l i o n out to the p u b l i c eon- erning the urgent need of our air valeh in the interest of n a t i o n a l de- ense." A movie on tlio n a t i o n ' s a i r ' d e - ense--radar, r a d a r s t a t i o n s , Air- raft Control ami W a r n i n g Simad- ons, v o l u n t e e r a i r p l a n e spotters uul the i n t r i c a t e network of report- ng and combating " u n k n o w n " a i r - 't -- presented a clear idea of vliat is being done to protect the J. S. f r o m another s n e a k a t t a c k . Col. G r a d w e l l extended an invi- ation to all H o l a r i a n s ami the gen- :ral p u b l i c , too, to v i s i t the A i r - · r a f t Control and W a r n i n g Squiul- ·on base at W a v e r l y . Guests Introduced L. 11. Hhepoiser, president of the Mason Cily K o t a r y Cluh, opened lie i n e e t i n g w i t h comments and lie introduction ot v i s i t i n g guests, larold Johnson, a m e m b e r of the n'ograrn committee, introduced ^ol. Gradwell. The visiting U o t a r i a n s were: Clarence K n u l s o n , B. C. M y h r ami Virgil Lockwood, all of C l e a r L a k e ; L C m m e l M u r p h y , , Lakewood, 0.; Hay R a y b u r n , S a n G a b r i e l , C a l i f . ; and Vernon f'obcs, W a v e r l y . W. K, Kipper of Mason Cily was a guest of Fred I f e n e m a n , and Lor n Day of W a s h i n g t o n , la., was ;i guest, of his f a t h e r , Col. 1... A. Day The board of directors held i short business m e e t i n g following the q u e s t i o n and answer nerio conducted by Col. G r a d w c l l . Aug. 25, 1952 M U » » I I Clljr lilibe.[i»itte. Moon CHj, I t . 15 F r u i t M a t u r e s Fast McALLlCN, Tex. U P -- U i p e pa p a y a s were picked in t h i s Lowe Rio G r a n d e Valley town this sea son from trees o n l y seven month old. .1. D. Van Kamshorst gre\ Hie papayas and expected a liarvc.s of five tons f r o m his three c i t y loU A l l C K T IN C A L I F O H N I A -- Two M;i.son C i t y hrollu-i-s, bolli sonnu'ti aiipnMilii'os in the U.S. N a v y , p,ol toRol.lu'r i in San I)i('K), Calif,, For a v.isil. W i l l i a m V. Haaw s«'rvi»K f i l « ) f i ) ' ( l llHMleHlroyor USS Lol'berK \vliich rolurnofl I'ccontly J'roni d u l y in t l u Korean area, entered .service in J a n u a r y , 1%'2, and received his hoof. ti-Hiuitij? itl ('Jrcal, Lakos N a v a l T r a i n i n j ? S t a t i o n in I l l i n o i s . Dan-ell llaan' unloved service in May and t f a i n e d al San Die^o. T l t e v art; sons of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd \ V . liaap, 1 1 4 5 J t h N.IO. Miles Family Has Reunion at Park C L K A K L A K K -- M a u r i c e M i l e s ·as n a m e d president nf the M i l e s ' a m i l y H e u n i o n w h i c h held i l s first n n u a l meeting at Stale P a r k Sim- ay w i t h more t h a n till a t t e n d i n g . W i l l i a m . M i l e s was n a m e d seen;a r y n n d (''rank Miles, t r c a s u r i r . ' u t u r e gall irst Sunday in M r . and Mrs. i t a l p h llnss, I ' a s a - ,cna, C a l i f . , came Ihe greatest ills- iincc. Otliers were from G e n e v a , Vlirm., Thornlon, V e n t u r a , M a s o n Mty and Boone, t h e hnme of Mrs, Mcy C h a p i n , sisler-in-liuv nT John U i l e s , 70. Mr. Miles planned (lie 'irst r e u n i o n . w i l l he held Ihe Alexander School Faculty Selected A L E X A N D E R -- 'The f a c u l t y of Ihe Alexander schools w h i c h open Sepl. 1 consists of the following; M i s s L i l l i a n Wide, k i n d e r g a r t e n ; M r s . Honnie Cook, f i r s l ami second; Mrs. I'oarl M c A l l i s t e r , third anil f o u r t h ; Miss M a r y A n n V a n l l e i d e n , f i f t h ; L W. B e r r y h i l l , sixth and s e v e n t h ; Mrs. R a y m o n d J e t n u i n d , n g h l l i u r a t l t ; and vocal m u s i c Robert L i g h t b o d y , band and mathe- m a t i c s ; M i s s H o n n i e Meyer, English a n d c o m m e r c e ; M r s . M a r v i n C a m p b e l l , home economics and science; S t u a r t l i a t l o u , social sci- Give Results of Handicap Tournament CU2AJ1 LAKE -- In (he men's h a n d i c a p golf lournanient Sam McQueen, 8, defeated J a c k Kennedy, 7, ;i and 1, and Curt Anderson, 6, [l up; Howard Knulson, 5, defeated jTom E n m c s , 10, ,1 and ] ; - ' P h i l jLit/.d, 0, drew a bye in the first round ami llien defeated Knutson l up; K r a n k Swanson, f, defeated Bol) H a l f o r d , 8, by d e f a u l t ; Jerry i l o r t s e n , 11, drew a first round bye and then defeated Swanson 3 and ]. j Crosby . Inuorsol, 11, won over (·'rank ('latis^ons, 2 and 1; Don Clarr. 15, won over Or. W. TL Crumi)!uij;h, 10, 1 up in 10 holes; Oon Spralt, (, won over Clarence A. I'onsc J r . , 5, 'l and 2; Fred Opel. t, drew a bye in first round play and UHMI lost to Don Spruit, 1 and 2; Ted Woloszyn, l, defeated ,loe Weber, i t , 2 and 0; Sniit, fj, \von over Allen W i n d , li, 1 up; Don Clark, -1, defeated l-i, Jacobson, 1.0, .3 and 2; d u n e Ijiidu'ig, 'l, won by d e f a u l t from \\. McAfee, 8; U. D. Merri- Axel Gunneson Gives Program m a n , 12, defeated II. C. Fisher, M, 2 and l; Dave Nelson, 9, drew a bye in the first round and lost to M o r r i m n i i , 2 and 1. l--Jam.- Pollock visited recently with .Jennie Smith in DCS Moinos. Jennie Is the daughter ot M, H. K. S m i t h , former G a r n e r band i n s l r u c l o r . cnce a n d coach; Don Stark, superintendent and industrial arts. Kenneth DcClroote and W. II, T i n k e y arc the custodians. CL.EAK L A K K -- A x e l (Umneson, V l i n n e a p o l i s , who is w i t h the llhrislian Crusade and ISIble School or I n d i a n s in N o r t h e r n M i n n e s o t a , ilayed liis a c c o r d i o n for the Youth ''cllowship of lhc E v a n g e l i c a l \'rw. Jhurch and y a v e an tibjcct lesson in a potato. His Bible lalk was entitled "The (lospel in a NuI* shell." 'Luther League m e m b e r s wont toj Osage for a b a l l y a m e w h i c h was won by I h e . h n s L jjnwp. A picnic supper was served. Next S u n d a y e v e n i n g w i l l be, a farewell for college sludenls al the D a r w i n Holler home. On Labor Day the young folks visit. L u t h e r Col- at Deeorab. NATIO FOOD STORES HOME OF VALUE WAY MEATS PRICES EFFECTIVE TUESDAY WEDNESDAY RATH'S B L A C K H A W K - 6 TO 8 LB. AVG READ TO EAT 'ANOTHER MINNESOTA SALE" U C T I O N LOCATION: 3/j MILES EAST OF ALBERT LEA, MINN., ON HIGHWAY 16 THURSDAY, AUG. 18 SALE STARTS PROMPTLY AT 1:00 P. M. voint t'iti:nir is ooon \'t A IMINNHSOTA HM,K MACHINERY T h i s Is n V e r y Good L i n o of Heavy Power M a c h i n e r y mill iM T I l A C n ' O I t i HUH UK; M T I I A C T O H ; I-- Sutior H ftlmnir* S|irr»iler with HnlliliiM-j I t l n i l u i I-- IDA) (,'u»n I .irclliii) l-'lrillile Druri I-- Hll.'l ,\»- J.]e» Trio- tor M i i r c n i l r r nn I t n h l i u n '.'-- :l-hc,ll.in .lolin llri-ii- t ' l u w i l 1-- Hi-font K l u u t nisei I -- Ciisii A-ll (.'uinl.hn- w Ith i^Iiilnn I -- HIM 11IO O.jmlilli.- Nd. H'J with Mnlor anil Srour K l r r n i HIM NIC '.'-ItOW ' A K I U N T K I ) C O H N I'lt.'KCKl I -- I|l5(l John Uccre !t-tn\r I ' l i t l l l v r \vllli r c r l l l U r r A t t u c l i n i R i i l ; I-- V a n ITruttilt l£-rr6t Double D l f f D D l M I ; HUH N i ; \ V H O L L A N D I I A V t l A l l . l C K l 1 -- limit '{-Wheel 11 H! 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' l h c A l l i i t r i M u U SAlcx Cohipaiiy'N l l h r r n l m n n l h l y p»7 pi KM In o|t-ii lik nil b u y e r * i r k ' i r d r ^ K N nf I n c n t l o n . K i n s m e n \tny ainnntil. *' itt loltl purr J i u m - n pjiy Alilii d a y of N u l r . Slv tn I w c l vn m o n t h * (n \tny balanco. Nn rri) t*pr hivi-!«(ivHlloiiri. S r l l l i - i n r i i l s tn l.r ninclo t i n y of n u l r . Kvcrythliiff *old I*." SHORT OF CASH? E v e r y P u r c h n s a Must Be USE YOUR CREDITI Settled Far Day of S a l t , HAROLD WRIGHT, Owner .M. I'. . M O I I 1 I I S O N , Itt-iiroriUInx .Mltmmntii .H.lcj Cn,. Clerk: M l H V A K I ) J|:NM;N. A u c l l u n r r r VV}icil I'lunnhiK a H u t u . ( I n l l ,MlllliOBOta S f t l e v Co., J:u l - : i l r u t i r l l i K l , , I'hcmi: I77«. A l l l t t r l I.ei, Minn. M. T. M O I U m o N , lt-irMieiitiitlv I I A V I - ; Tin: M I N N K H O T A HAI,I;S co. H A N O I , i: vottit HAI.I: rr I - A Y K : PICNIC Slb.can lb. block WHITE OR SULPHUR f* 4^ Block Salt SO The Magazine of the Month Featured by RAIZES Better Living Magazine . . each Prices Effective Tuesday, Wednesday Only RAIZES 3. Phone 264 uper Seruice |f| AKlXEL I WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT 301 South Federal LEAN MEATY PORK SPARE LEAN MEATY END CUT NEARLY BONELESS BOSTON BUTT Fancy Seedless IGHT TOP - TASTE COFFEE CRACKERS Pkg. Salerno SalHnc NATCO Livestock AUCTION FOREST CITY, IOWA Wednesday, Aug. 27-8 P. M. L a s t week's sale was larger than they have been. The run Is picking up on both n a t i v e and western stockcr cattle, and we arc selling a lol of good springers and milk cows. FOR THIS WEDNESDAY EVENING WE LOOK FOR:-- 250 C A T T L E : --Included v/ill bo the follov/ing Montana light weight c a t t l e of s t r i c t l y good nnd choice quality. These will suit the most parlicul.ir customers v/ho know real northwestern c a t t l o . 20 Hereford beifors, wt, 500 Ibs. 75 H e r e f o r d heifers, wt. 550 Ihs. 20 Hereford s t e e r s , wt. 525 Ibs. 25 Hereford steers, wt. 600 Ibs. 20 Stoer and Heifnr Calves, wt. 325 Ibs. 30 Mixed C a t t l e (both s t e e r s and h e i f o r j ) v / f . 500 to 800 Ibs. Also v/e h a v e listed s e v e r a l lots of native s f e o r s and heifers for this sole. Will have o good run of springers, milk cows, breeding bulls and butcher c a t t l e , HOGS:--We can sell only boars and wot sows to go to market, but v/e e x p e c t by another v/eek to see these restrictions lifted. MR. C O N S I G N O R : -- Wo sincerely solicit your consignments and vie knov/ that we can secure for you the full market value for your livestock. In our s a l e your s t o c k can be sold early. Excessive numbers of westerns v/ill nol hinder your shipment. If you want a truck, please c a l l us. MR. B U Y E R : -- O u t of the large number of livestock we will sell in this s o l e e v e r y one will be consigned c a t t l e and are sent to us lo sell for v/hatevcr they will bring. When you can boy these slock catHc for loss than the same quality brings as fat c a t t l e , they wilt do plenty of good on a steady market. A 10% gain on rough feed v/ill cheapen w h a t you buy now S3.00 before the snov/ flies. FAT HOG M A R K E T : -- W o maintain a dependable hog market 6 d a y s a week for your convenience. C A L L FOREST CITY 488 G A R N E R 114 -- L A K E MILLS 189 FOREST CITY AUCTION CO. FOREST CITY, IOWA CHAS. N. (CHUCK) HOUSH, MANAGER PHONE 488

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