The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on August 26, 1952 · Page 8
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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 8

Mason City, Iowa
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Tuesday, August 26, 1952
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8 Au B . 26, 1957 .V.ijon Oily {ilobt-(iiu«1ie, M»iim C'lly, u. Iowa Archers Will Attend Tourney JOICE--Iowa \Vlll be well represented at Ihc seventh annual National Field Archery Association championship tourney to be held at Minncapolis-St. Paul, Aug. 25-28. About 10 to :15 members of the Sherwood Forrest Club of Lake Mills, and eight or nine each from Ihc Mason City and Klcmnie Field Archery Clubs plus others from clubs ;nt: Sioux City, Waterloo, Cedar Rapids, DCS Moines, Waverly, Eslhervil|e, Muscatino, Ollum- wa, Cedar i Falls, Iowa Falls and many other places, Registration begins Sunday afternoon Aug. 2'1 at tho Dyckman Hotel, Mfnneapolis, hcndciuartcrs. Further registration will bo hnn- dlct at the field headquarters on Eaton's Ranch about 10 miles from the cilies on tho tournament site. Competitive events will Include the official NFAA field round, the Hunter's round on black faces and the Broadhcad round on colored animal targets, There will bo five complete 28-largct ranges for the competitive events and special ranges for the Tin Can, Small Game, and "Neccdah" broadhcad shoots. Archers may camp on the ranch grounds. Chuck wagons with light refreshments will be located at key points throughout the range. Hot meals will he available at the ranch, Gov. C. Elmer Anderson' sent a letter to the Minnesota Stale Archers Association extending his welcome and greeting to. all their guests.' The famous WcseoU Archery collection will be on display by Fred Bear, of the Hear Archery Co. .Long Island Student to Live in Cemetery NEW YORK (/R-A Long Island student will Jive In a national cemetery for the next two years bo- cause he submitted the high bid for rcnl on a house to the U. S. A r m y engineers. The one-family frame house and two sheds is located on f a r m l a n d purchased by the A r m y as an addition lo tho Long Island National Cemetery. It is estimated the graves will not reach Vincent J. GricscPs front yard until hi.s two yours are up. He Is a student at the Long Island Agricultural Technological Institute, Saddle Club Plans Horse Show Sept. 7 GARNER--The Saddle Club wilt hold Us annual horse show Sunday Sept. 7. This year's show will he held at the airport one and one-half miles northwest of Garner instead of the parade grounds at the wcsl edge of Garner due lo road construction, work which has left Ihe grounds in xuch shape that they cannot be used at this time. The show will he an afternoon performance only. Judging will take place for both men's and women's pony pleasure class ponies; for palomino horses; antl for different hitches, including pony and draft horse hitches. The various committees have been appointed as follows: Ticket sales, Oscar G r e l m a n , K m o r y Weaver, Jake- Blurner, Lincoln CJoll, Ettrl D i c k e y a n d Galen Ilauge. Parking of cars, Fred .lahnkc and Ralph Quinlus. Measuring of ponies, C. E. ProC' tor and Raymond Hunkofskc. Gate llno-up, 13d Wonck. Ring PRICES CUT Kiln-Dried Throughout' DELIVERS Smoothly .Sanded --Ready to Finish J Piece Bedroom Suite A real savings. Thrill craft chest, headboard and double dresser, lo bo finished to your own lasle. Styles aro simple and smart, and best of all--prices are remarkably low! SPECIAL MATTRESS OFFER 99 SAVE 18.00 19 DELIVERS Kirni roll-edge style with durable licking. Heavily padded with felted cotton. 180 coils. Hudgcl priced! masters, Clarence Nicmeyer and Kenneth Potts. Refreshment stand, Mrs. Raymond U u n k o f s k e , M rs. Earl Dickey, Airs. Karl Wclterling, Mrs. Clarence Nicmeycr, Mrs. Clarence Lcnz, Mrs. Wilbur Niemeyer, Mrs. Creighton Fox, Mrs. K e n n e t h Potts and Mrs. Don C. Roc. Contract for New School at Thompson Let THOMPSON--The contract for :uilding a new six-room school was awarded lo the Jackson Construc- :lon Co. of Emmetsburg at a meet- ng of the Thompson school board. The hid was $62,800. Construction could get started by Sept. 1 if ma- Lerials arc delivered soon enough. Local school will open Sept. ] with fiill day session. A new super ntcndent, Ralph Gosmirc, anc three new teachers have been added to the faculty this year They are Marvin Miner of Perry GET YOUR Giant Value D-X GASOLINE FILL UP TODAY at HARRIS D-X SERVICE 121 So. Washington Phon. 763 2.98 Short Post Chair* A sensational buy lor the kitchen O QQ or dinette L. 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Grade teachers who will return are Betty Bcrgland, first; Marie Gjertson, second; Mrs, C. W. Nor man, third; Mrs. Dena Maltison, fourth and Mrs. Marion Ellefson, seventh and eighth. Family Moves Ahead HASTINGS, Neb.--Mr. and Mrs John Richards had ample reason to attend promotion ceremonies at the Hastings school. Five g r a n d daughters were awarded certifi cates of promotion from junior to senior high school. Giant Value in D-X GASOLINE at NEWVILLE D-X SERVICE 608 So. Federal Phone 540 Soft Water Plant Fails at Swea City SWEA CITY--Swca City officials and policy-making bodies are in'a quandary as to the nest solution ol the water situation. The city softening plant has broken down and consequently the water supply is un softened. t City wells are in good condition but the water is naturally extreme ly hard and contains a high iron content which is damaging to plumbing fixtures and bad for laundry purposes. The problem is whether to try lo repair the old plant op buy a new one. 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