The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on August 26, 1952 · Page 11
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August 26, 1952

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 11

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10 Pay Fines ; for Traffic ! Violations CHARLES CITY--Ten persons in justice court were fined a combined total of 51(51 on t r a f f i c violations. Freeman A. Stewart was fined $17 on a charge of operating an overloaded truck on a highway. Stewart was issued a summons by traffic officers. Alfred A. Pfingstcn was fined ?14 on a charge of having an overloug load on a motor truck. Pfingsten was issued a summons by state traffic weight officers. Theron V. Jacobson was fined $5.CO on a 'charge of operating an overloaded truck on a highway. He was issued a summons by state traffic weight officers. Keith Bcyl was fined $48 on a charge of operating an overlong truck on a highway. He was also issued a summons by state traffic weight officers. Barllctt Boycc Quirk, 4-1, DCS JMoines, was fined $7 on a charge of improper passing. He pleaded guilty to the charge. He was issued a summons by the highway patrol. Lee Ross, McCoy Truck Lines, Inc., was fined $12 on a charge of operating an overlong truck on a highway. He was issued a summons by state weight officers. John W. Sevcy, Cordle Cartage Company, was fined $31.60 on a charge of operating an overloaded truck on a highway. He was issued a summons by slate traffic weight officers. William W. Babb was fined $1.40 on a charge of operating an overloaded truck on a highway and $18.80 and $5.60 on iwo additional similar charges. Babb was issued a summons by state traffic weight officers. Charles City Briefs Mr. and Mrs. Barrel Brink of Newton visited the lattcr's uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Milton Dal vey, 613 First Avenue. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Hanson of Floyd are the parents of a daughter, born at the Cedar Valley Hospital Saturday. Donald DcWalie, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. H. DcWalie, 309 South Joslin Street, has returned from a two months' visit with his brother, Sgt. E. R. DeWalle, Panhandle, Tex. Mrs. Randy Peterson, South Bend, Ind., was a guest Friday night of the Jolly Dozen Club. The club met at the country home of Fix up Ybcir Lawn over LABOR DAY Make the holiday a "lawn day". This is an ideal time to beautify your lawn by weeding, feeding and seeding it. TURF BUILDER -- the right food to revive summer ravaged lawns. Make them smile again. 25 (fa - $2.50 feeds 2500 sq ft; Feed 10,000 sq ft - $7.85 L A W N SEED Ideal for fall planting because 'it's all perennial, makes the deluxe lawn in sun or shade . . . sow less because of the millions of sure growing seeds in each pound. J Ib - $1.50 5 Ibs - $7.35 Stalls Spreaders -- Make it a breeze to feed, seed or weed the lawn. Save on materials. Sturdy steel with rubber tires. Junior · $7.35 No 25 - $1 2.50 20 East State Phone 17 %k. .-»! \ m Lowe Brothers HIGH STANDARD HOUSE PAINT The exterior of your home takes a terrific beating from the elements! 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Canasla nlaycd with prizes being awarded o Mrs. Leo Foster, Mrs. Jesse Vaddell and Mrs. Peterson. At the close of the evening the hostess served refreshments. Mrs. Roy Binger of Fart Dodge vas honored at a pre-natal shower at the home of Mrs. Kenneth Voelker, 803 C. Street. Mrs. Wayne .lunson of Waterloo was co-hostess. The 24 guests played games with priv.es being awarded to Mrs. Harold Anderson and Mrs. Miles Sulivan. The gifts were presented to Mrs, Binger in a basket decorated vith a stork. Out-of-town guests vere from Waterloo, Parkersburg and Cedar Rapids. Cpl. Waven Leathcrman, Marsh- 'ieki, Calif., son of Mr. and Mrs. Ulph Leatherman, 905 Ferguson Street, Charles City, has been ac- :eptcd for officers' training school. P. C. Lapham, Mrs. Charles Ad- ims and Alton Sanders were in Chicago recently viewing school buildings and talking to architects. The Business and Professional Women's Club voted to hold an 'rnployer-ernployc dinner during N a t i o n a l Business Women's Week, Sept. 28 through Oct. 4. The group will attend church in a body Sept. 28. It was voted to have social functions on the fourth Tuesday of each month. Charles City Man Gets Station Job CHAHLES CITY--Eugene Pcther- am of Charles City is the new proprietor of the 218 Shell station on Highway 18 and 218, it was announced Monday by Roy Mefford of the Mefford Oi! Company. The station will go under tho name of "Gene's 218 Shell Service." Pelheram. is married and has two children, and has resided here more t h a n seven years. Pctheram served with the 34th Infantry Division in Europe during World War II and is affiliated with the division in National Guard activities. He is a member of the American Legion and VFW. He participated in the Community Chest drive last year. He has spoken on the National G u a r d activities before the Rotary and Lions Clubs. The Loire is the longest river in France. No Decision by 2 Plants on Bargaining CHARLES CITY--Informal conferences were held by the National Labor Relations board at the Runkin Sales plant and the Capital Tobacco Corporation plant here. Ray C. Jenkins, Minneapolis, Minn., examiner for the 18th Region NLRB, conducted the informal conferences at both plants. The United Electrical, Radio and Machine Workers of America (UE) Aug. 7 petitioned the NLRB for a bargaining rights election for the employes in the Nankin Sales and the Capital Tobacco Corporation plants, according to Glenn Marrs, local 115 publicity director. The purpose of the conference was to attempt to reach a consent election agreement between the companies and the union, M a r r s explained. The question of voting eligibility of Jaid-off employes was not resolved at the R a n k l n plant. Jen- kins has sol up a formal hearing for this case on Sept. 3 at 10 n. in, in tho courthouse here, he stilted. The conference ended in a deadlock at the Capital Tobacco Corporation over tho question of the appropriate unit for bargaining purposes, MUSTS said. Jenkins has set Sept. 4 for a formal hearing in Iho Capital Tobacco Corporation collective bargaining case. Formal hearings conducted by the N L R B nro to scttlo the unresolved points and to set the dale and conditions of a NLRB election, M a r r s said. An informal conference also has b e e n tentatively scheduled f o r Sept. 3,in the afternoon at Cedar Falls between the Rankin Manufacturing Company and the United Electrical, Radio a n d Machine Workers of. America (UE), to attempt to arrive at m u t u a l l y agree- nble election conditions and elate according to Marrs. The . U K .lias pclitioncd for bargaining rights In the thrco plants, in tho. past few weeks, Marrs said. Ventura GOP Unit Hears Mrs. Shepard VENTURA--Mrs. Hugh Shepard, Clear Lake, third district president nf the Iowa Council of Republican Voincn, spoke to members of the ocal chapter at tho homo of Mrs. Viva Kut/.ner on her t r i p to Abi- cue, Kan., for Eisenhower Day. She described the parade of 42 mils depicting Eisenhower's life from birth to his presidential candidacy anil told several nrmis- ng anecdotes of tho trip. She was SWALEDALE -- Mr. and Mrs, Wnync Bealmcr nnd Mary Kath ryn of Woolstock visited nt the J. E. Garth home. 102 SOUTH FEDERAL "1 c/~ PHONE 860 ^2.98 MEN'S FALL SHIRTS AND PAJAMAS Stock-up Today on Top-value Men's Needs NJ2.98 DOUBLE- WEAR COLLAR (ft) Perma-Fit collar v/ili not wilt. High-count white broadcloth. 2 98 Sanforized. Sizes 14--17. SAVE-- FORMERLY 3.98 [c] Quick-drying Dress Shirt of 12% nylon, lustrous rayon. Color choice. Sizes 1 4 to 17. PINWALE CORDUROY (7J Gay plaids, popular checks. Rayon-satin yoke. Hand-wash- O / O able. Smart colors. All sizei. 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Mrs. Shepard also-told briefly of attending the Republican National Convention in Chicago and of meeting some of the "big" people in. politics. She asked all members to bo active in getting out the vote Election Day. '..Mrs. Max Millhousc, treasurer, reported $70 in the treasury. Mines. Ted Wolfram III and Fred Root assisted in serving. 102 South Federal Phone 860 PRICES CUT RUGGED RIVERSIDES FOR SAFER HOLIDAY DRIVING 10.95 _ 12.55 6.70-25 Ffiu FiJ. Tax with your old lfc» EVERY OUNCE FIRST QUALITY FULL NON-SKID DEPTH-FULL TREAD WIDTH-FULL SIZE RIVERSIDE AIR CUSHIONS Size 6.40-15 6.70-15 7.10-15 7.60-15 8.00-15 6.70-16 Tire Price* 12.45 12.55 15.25 16.95 18.75 T3.25 Tube Price** 2.35 2.55 2.65 2.85 3.55 2.60 RIVERSIDES FOR OLDER CARS 6.50-15 6.00-16 6.50-16 15.35 10.95 15.85 2.55 2.30 2.6O "flat fed. lot and four M lira. "'Plui Fed. lax* ONLY 10% DOWN ON TERMS HURRY-SALE ENDS AUG. 30TH PROFIT BY USING GLOBE-GAZETTE WANT ADS1*

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