Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on August 26, 1952 · Page 5
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 5

Mason City, Iowa
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Tuesday, August 26, 1952
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Ribbons Given at Dairy Show Juniors Show Cattle, Lambs, Colts, Rabbits CHARLES CITY--Judging in the 1952 Junior Livestock Show at the Charles City sales barn continued with plenty of ribbon winners in lamb, dairy cattle, colt and rabbit divisions Friday and Saturday. In the market lamb division, nil- Us Brothers, Floyd, took top honors With three blue ribbons and a purple ribbon for individual fat market lambs and a blue and purple ribbon for a pen of three fat market lambs. Other awards in the market lamb division were: Wins on Lambs James Klatt, Nora Springs, a white and red ribbon for individual m a r k e t lambs; , Larry Kopisch, Nora Springs, a blue and red ribbon for individual market lambs; Vern Laun, Rockford, a blue and red ribbon for individual market lambs, and a red ribbon for a pen of three fat market lambs; Fred Peterson, Ilockford, a red and white ribbon for individual market lambs and a while ribbon for a pen of three fat market lambs; Bruce Phillips, Floyd, two white ribbons for individual market l a m b s and a red ribbon for a pen o£ three market lambs. Jcrald Phillips, Floyd, a red and white ribbon for individual m a r - ket lambs and a white ribbon for a pen of three market lambs; Arlene Voelker, Route 2, two white ribbons for individual market lambs. In the purebred lamb division, John Jacobs Jr., Uudd, won first place and a blue ribbon for ewe lambs. Hillis Brothers, Floyd, took a blue and second place for ewe lambs and a blue for ram lambs. In the dairy division for Brown Swiss cattle, Lester Bilharz, Route 2, won a purple and blue ribbon for a three year old heifer, two blues for yearling heifers, a blijc for a cow, two reds and a blue for heifer calves, and a blue for a two year old heifer. Bonnie Dickson, "Nora Springs, received a purple ribbon for a yearling heifer; Roland Dant, Floyd, a blue ribbon for a two year old heifer; Keith Lackorce, Colwell, a white ribbon for a heifer calf. Win on Cattle Awards for Guernsey cattle in the dairy division were as follows: Donald Bortz, Rucld, won firsl place and two blue and one rec ribbon for yearling heifers; Donah Groesbcck, Route 2, two blue rib bons for heifer calves, and Charles Thorsen, Floyd, a blue ribbon for a yearling heifer. In the Holstcin dairy cattle division, Roger Slinger Route 1, received a blue for a yearling heifer for first place ant MEWS hen the Cotter* family had triplets she knew it hours before anyone else. She "scooped" the town, too, on the drugstore robbery. When anything happens in Melville, you can bet Lorraine Keenan finds out about it--fast. Stories ferreted out by Miss Keenan appear daily in the Melville Dispatch. Alert, aggressive, she has a "nose" for news--or, rather, an ear. For this gallant girl reporter must cover her "beat" by 'phone. Stricken with arthritis 23 years ago, she has never since left her bed. But you'd hardly call her an invalid. With typewriter and telephonef afc her bedside, she chats with friends, chases down news leads, writes her stories--and leads a happy, active life. "Thanks to my telephone," says Lorraine with a gay smile, "I get around." *Namcs hare been changed but the alary i* trite. ·$Shouldar-piecc sftott'ft on receiver 06011: is not standard telephone equipment. WecallltaWASCOPE 1 ' It helps prevent costly accidents because the driver lias a clear view to the rear so he can operate winch line or derrick while seated in the cab at the controls. Newly designed trucks like this cut service costs because of their time-saving, efficient equipment. They're $9500 each. Investors' money buys them --and must continue to buy them as needed. That's why fair earnings are so important: they attract the new investment money we need. avid Rasmus, Rudd, took a red .bbon and second place for a year- ng heifer. In the dairy Jersey ivision, Jerald Phillips of Floyd ook first place and a blue ribbon, nd Dixie Lee Burnett, Kockford, ook second place and a blue rib- on. In Ihe colt division, Larry Cranall, Route 2, won first place with purple and blue ribbon; Jimmy Valters, Route 1, received a blue ibbon; David Hoeft, Route 2, a lue ribbon, and Charles Thorsen, ^loyd, a blue ribbon. In the rabbit ivision, James Swant, Route 2, ,'on a purple and a blue ribbon, nd S. J. Wilkins, Nora Springs, a ilue and red ribbon. Glass Too Clean PITTSFIELD, Mass. UP--Tenear old Richard Cimini failed to lotice a newly-cleaned plate glass vindow and ran into and through t. "It was so clean 1 didn't know t was there," Dick said. Jle was ill right after six stitches in a icad wound. The Bay of Fundy has some ol he greatest tides in the world, says he National Geographic Society. Schools Hire Two Special Instructors OSAGE--County Supl. Lou Or- talc reports that Mitchell County will have available two additional instructors this year, William Mines, supervisee of special education ami Harold MoNamee, speech corrccfionist. Under this program, children who fall into one of the six special classifications o[ handi- capcd Children as defined by the Iowa Stale Department of Public Instruction, Division of Special Education, will have the handicapped program available. There are three counties co-op erating in this program, Mitchell, Floyd, and Chickasnw. liines Is supervisor of special education foi the three counties, and is responsible for Ihc over-all program as needs are indicated by the various superintendents, principals, classroom teachers and parents. Mines has been supervisor of special edu- looking fora "6000 BC If other tilings you use had gone up no more than prices for telephone service you could still buy coffee for 28£, steak for 42£ a pound, a new "low- priced" car for about $1100. The cost of your telephone is still a pretty small part of your budget and it's one of today's few bargains. Northwestern Bell Telephone Company S E E N O R M B A R S N E S S FOR Auto Loans Personal Loans Furniture Loans cation in Floyd and Chicknsnw for he past year. Harold McNamce, speech corrcc- ionist for Mitchell and Chickasnw Bounties, and for the city of Charles City, expects to establish speech centers for both counties In Charles City and in Osagc. Ho will work lirectly with those children who are referred to the special education services by parents, teachers or school officials as h a v i n g speech problems. Citizens Propose Curb on Speeding CARBONDALE, 111, l/n--To slow down motorists, several Carbondale residents proposed that their street be graded like .'« roller coaster. Their formal petition to city council was taken under advisement. Mayor John Wright commented that the same effect might be gained by allowing streets to dc .eriorale into ruts, making spued- Aug. 24, 1»S2 ing impractical. at United Financial Service Monthly or Farm Plan Payments Ph. 57 15^2 No. Fed. Over Ford Hopkins Feed Grain--Save Money Long In On* Plact EL DORADO, Kan. UP -- Mrs. Lucy Alice Lill lived 82 years on the homestead to which she came as a seven-year-old girl from Athens, III., with her parents. She , Vl\r OJobe-C»i«lt«, MMM CHj. U. married, reared nine children, and remained on the farm until her death. There are about 150 species of true lice which live on mammals by sucking their blood. with Staley Pullet Atoms Staley PULUT ATOMS supplement your own grain and green range. Feed pumr ATOMI 50-50 with your own grain. And remember -- every purchase of puurr ATOMS is a. .vote in Stalcy's famous Pullet Poll. MASON CITY HATCHERY 1201 4th St. S. W. Phone 2041 No. 308-52 Staley Milling Co., Kinsit City If, Mo. EYES EXAMINED... ... GLASSES FITTED We offer complete eyeglass gervic* from eye examination io lentf grinding. We do our own Dispensing. .Come Io the Mason City branch oliice of Service Optical of Iowa lor accurate, scientific examination of your ·?·· and expert fitting oi the right glasses of fine quality and attractive appearance/ correctly made to your individual prescription and order ... at prices which mean real savings to you. All the Latest Styles at Reasonable Price*. Dr.MiloCoffman,o.D. In Charge oi Eye Examinations. No Appointment Necessary. Service Optical at lawn operates Its own Inbornlorie.i nml grinds 1U own Jensen, . . , nnd passes on Iho siu'lngc. to you, Broken itlasacs quickly repaired. U«c our repair department Lowest prices In Iowa. SERVICE OPTICAL IOWA'S LARGEST RETAIL OPTICIANS Mid a Office and Laboratories -- DM Motnes e ISrancheg Throughout Iowa · ·:.. 207* South Federal , Mason City Coke goes with good times When you're oil:' for an outing, remember that Coke adds life and sparkle to the occasion. Take enough along. M A S O N "Cake" In a rerlnlcred lri]r-mark. I O T T L E D U N D E K A U T H O R ! . T V O F T H E C O C A - C O I A C O M P A N Y » t C I T Y C O C A - C O L A B O T T L I N G 701-3 South Federal Phone 1800 C O M P A N Y (C) IDS?, THE COCA-COtA CONTACT

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