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August 26, 1952

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 6

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6 Aug. 26, 1952 Mason CUy Gtolir-tiatellis Mninn Oil), [a. *" : Copper On Force BUFFALO, N.V, UP--Lnruo U. V. k Copper. 32, Is a p n t r o l m a n on thb Buffalo police department's traffic squad. NORTH IOWA'S ; ' MOST COMPLETE APPLIANCE DEPARTMENT · WESTINGHOUSE LAUNDROMATS and CLOTHES DRYERS · IRONRITE IRONERS · UNIVERSAL GAS RANGES · WESTINGHOUSE ELECTRIC RANGES Basement Appllanca Dept, 20 East State 1'lioiic 17 At Your Library-- Open to 9 in Evening on Sept. 8 By LYDIA M. BARRETTE Mason City Librarian The l i b r a r y will lo open u n t i l '. i. rn. Jjeginnmtf .Sept. 8, i'eoph iavc been H.'iklng aboul the laU and often summer hours have holt. aver lo the middle of September and once or twice until early li October hut the w e a t h e r makes ; differenco in use mid the library lias been busier Ihia year in J u l and August t h a n It was last year, When your next door ncirfliho buys a k i l n or when you see the lights burning for hours In his b»Ne meul you come to realize (hat f l i t American standard of living is I HI KITCHEN NATURAL BIRCH or YOUNGSTOWN STEEL CABINETS and SINKS Soo Our Model Kitchen Freo Estimates , . . Terms MASON CITY APPLIANCE 211 So. Fadoral Phono 1103 TRY A G-G CLASSIFIED ADI \ni.\ Improved through c r a f t s m a n ship. , Of course in the older civilizations c r a f t s have hold a more important place t h a n in ours but now, more and more, people are m a k i n g pottery, doing fabric decoration, weaving, learning to use plastics and enjoying wood working, even to carving and chip carving and .sometimes Inlay, Handicraft Manual Gn.svvold'3 ninth edition of his book, "Handicraft," is a m a n u a l o u t s t a n d i n g in t h i s fir/Id. For many years the. older editions hsve been used and it is perhaps the most comprehensive book on the subject, The photographs and many drawings i n u k e each project clear. The I (.-on agcr who likes to work with tools will bo pleased with Oaklty'K "The Boy's Workshop Companion," The author gives a tot of information about tools and stresses the i m p o r t a n c e of keeping the in in order. Special problems like .soldering and joining metal and wood itre simplified for the be- yimicr. Hoys can gel ideas for SOUK! very attractive and useful articles for themselves and their families. Champions, plain dogs, a tail t h u n i p l n j ! stray, any one of them will d e l i g h t you in Gladys Taber's book, "When Dogs Meet People." Mrs. Tabor on her Connecticut farm has all sorts of dog^ and these she writes about. Want ret Show Books about dogs nro popular and those on the care and training of puts are In constant demand. Sometime Ihti library hopes to have a pel show on Iho portico Go SOCONY-VACUUWI "COR three straight years drivers in the famous Mobil-F gas Economy Run have turned in sensational mileage results . . . dramatically proved the great economy of modern cars when kepi, in top shape; driven carefully and powered with Mobilgas. Why not take a tip from these Economy Run drivers , . . provtf to yourself that your car, too, is capable of greatly improved gas mileage? Always keep your car in good condition . . . obey the rules of the road . . . Till up with, power-packed Mobilgaa--product of the world's greatest catalytic cracking program. The rules arc simple ... the facts spoak for themselves! SOCONY-VACUUM OIL COMPANY, INC On tho 1415-mIla rvn from Los Angola* ID Sun Valtay thli yaai-- maKai and modal* of U. 5. stock car* avaragad · 22 mllei par gallon Dea/er's r the children who come to find it. aboul hninslcrs and rabbits, vc birds and turtles and of course ·nut catn ami dogs. Miss Dorothy Peterson thinks Harpoon Venture" look.s good. ic'II also probably like to get Itl of "Westward Crossing" hich tells of Vertuc XXXV, the mallcsl yacht ever to make the ast-Wcst crossing from England i New York. Every lover of ad- i;nlure will delight in this book. There's a new whaling story by ovvliind t h a t gives you a mutiny, crew captured by cannibals, an tlack on a ship by South Sea head untcm a n d Other adventures hich imnginalion might /iol dare link up but which old sea stories w i n d j a m m e r s show happened. Mr. C'omient has a book for young lk.s who like to find their own ad- ciiture in sailing at Clear Lake. /ith 50 years experience in boats " 30 feet and loss he packs a lot ' information and enthusiasm in is pages. he group tried their hand at water skiing off Hie Jim Olson dock. Sons were born at the Cedar Valley Hospital here Sunday to Mr. and Mrs. George VonBerg of Charles City, and Mr. and Mrs. Silas Ward of Bassett. Models Come Large BOSTON UP--Among the exhibits at the Museum of Science in Boston are a model of a lower molar tooth standing four feet high and a model of a common housefly which is G4 times iife size. HURT--Mr. and Mrs. Fred Gebken received word of the ar- rival Aug. 7 of a grandson at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lorimer Olson in Spirit Lake. Mr. Olson was an instructor in ' the Hurt school before going to Spirit Lake. Charles City Farmer Purchases Business CHARLES CITY--Dale Ott, a Charles City vicinity farmer, has purchased the Farm Tractor Co., at 87 South Main Street* from I licrt Nolin, and will take posses-! sion the last of this week. NolirJ will become manager of direct sales for the Standard Seed Co.,i of Clarinda. Mr. and Mrs. Nolin' and two children will continue to! m a k e their home in Charles City. I 3 Divorce Decrees Granted by Court CHARLES CITY--Judge T. A.'|; eardmore in a session of District'; ourl granted three divorce de-jj" rees. Geraldine Huth Noling, K0,l} ; ";. as granted a divorce from Eldonj! -: . Nuling, 25, on cruel and inhu-[f i n n treatment charges. She was f; I von custody of two minor chil- ren and the defendant is lo pay 50 per month towards their sup- ort. The Nolings were married M. 3, 1950. L. Dale Kilson, 55, ftiverton f\ 'ownship, was granted a divorce!;! rom El in a Olive Kilson, 52, ad-'*;; ress unknown, on crucify charges.!?/' illson was given the cuslotly of.£i ne minor child by the court.! 'hey wore married J u l y M, 1917, t Allison. Elizabeth T. Pint, 28, Floyd, was ;ivcn a decree from Harold A. 'int, 23, on cruelty charges. Mrs. 5 Mnt was ({ranted custody of three ninor children and the court or- lered the defendant lo pay $10 a veck towards the support of the children. Mrs. Pint was also given losscssion of property and house- iold furnishings owned by the couple at Floyd. Charles City Briefs Fourteen girls of the Order of lalnbow for Girls and six adults notored to Oelwein Sunday to at- .cnd a tea .'honoring Judy Warren, ilulnbow Grand drill leader for the stale of Iowa. June Jackson, ' f r a u d officer from Charles City, was an honored guest. Mr. and Mrs. G. J. Hinlz and .laughter, Linda, of Long Beach, Calif., arc visiting in Charles City uul vicinity. G. J. Uinlz's brother, 'larold, of Orchard, accompanied them borne after visiting relatives ind friends in Oakland and Long Beach, Calif., for two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Harry E. Howe nml Mr. and Mrs. Charles Stccle attended the Wesley an Methodist inference at Fairmount, Ind., over Ihe weekend. Mr. Howe's nlher-in-law, the .Hcv. Francis Oil, was ordained.- Mr. and Mrs. George ' V a n Kschen and daughter, Pamela, eft Saturday for a vacation in the Black Hills, LI. and Mrs. James F. Lambert ind children, Lana and Atnn, are spending a 12-day leave from iCceslor Air Force Base, Miss., at the home of his parents, Mr. anc Mrs. B. L. Lambert, rural, Charles City. Mr. nnd Mrs. Hubble Smith 8(M Hockford Road, Charles City are vacationing this week in the Dznrks. Before returning home they will visit friends at Moan tain Home, Ark. Water show participants anc their families held a picnic supper at Lions field Sunday after the show. After the picnic several o TOM MITCHELL TT'C I I 5 to Borrow Money . . . Jusl PHONE for a LOAN $20 to $300 Then Come In for the Cash AND YOU ALWAYS D E A L WITH Tire SAME MAN NORTH IOWA FINANCE No. Federal-- Phorm 3540 They're All Set With Travel Plans They've just seen The First National Bank for handy Travelers Cheques--the ideal method for carrying money sums v/hen traveling! · ' Travelers Cheques are recognized and spendable the world over but your Cheques can only be spent by you. Use them.when- ever you travel . . . . the cost is tow, the protection complete. The Friendly Bank Of Personal Service FIRST . /OWA FEDERAL CE.POSIT INSUR/ANCE A GOOD BANK TO TIE TO [ CORPORATION Heating Plant! All Duct Work! Complete InstallaUonI SMASHING LOW PRICE! Homart Automatic OIL FURNACE 21 NO MONEY DOWN. 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