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Aug. 27, 1952 MÂ»iÂ«n City Last Rites at LeRoy for Former Resident L E R O Y , Minn.--Kuncral services for Mrs. .Johanna Engelsen, 78, will he hold ThurKday at 2 p. m. n l Ihc Luthcrnn Church, the Rev. 11. Ulring of West Union officiating. Burial in Bethany Lutheran (,'eme- ihou t/y Mimvr DOWN THE RUNS--The biK wagons of Iho Clyde Bcatty CirciiH rollud down the runs In Mason City for (.lie first limo Wednesday. The modern circus is u n l o a d i n g twn wagons nt a time. The circus .stopped here on ils return from Canada cnroule to California. Clyde Beatty Circus Visits Mason City for First Time Clyde BcnUy's wild a n i m a l d r v ~ ctis, the west coast's most popular show, was In Mason City for the first l i m e Wednesday. Although Ucatly himself has ap pcared here before w i t h .some of his animals, it is the first limo for Ihc circus since lloally has won renown in motion pictures. The . l o n g silver t r a i n oÂ£ 1,:iOO tons of equipment pulled Into the Milwaukee railroad yards at 4:30 Â«. m, from Charles City. This is the second largest circus t r a i n in America today. l]y 5:30 a. m. when unloading began, n considerable crowd of youngster!; hat! gathered to watch the big wagons roll down the runs. No Accidents Everything ran off smoothly and "quickly, the modern tractor taking the rubber tired wagons-'down the rims, quietly and safely--a far cry from tho days when the poler steered the heavy Iron wheeled wagons down the runs by hand. By 7:30 Â«. in. everything was unloaded ami on Ils way to the North Iowa fairgrounds. Handicapped by the shortage of help, due to tho' recent return of the circus /com ils Canadian lour, Mason City kids got a real workout doing odd jobs. Labor for the 'Canadian tour had to r e m a i n on : the'other side of Ihc border when the show returned to the slates a week ago at I n t e r n a - tional Kails. The show lias been recruiting workers ever since. Kor this reason the circus was taking plenty of lime to s e t - u p . Matinee time was scheduled for 3 le also has m a n y oilier a n i m a l els in the show, being considered he greatest of the wild a n i m a l rainors In America lodny. This means nlonly of equipment o be put in plaec for the safely of lie spectators. For (his is one of he most t h r i l l i n g shows on the oad. Following the night show, the rain will be reloaded again at the Chicago Great Western railroad arils on Second N. W. for the run i) Fort Dodge. The circus is he.ndod for Callfor- ia, where.Beatty puts his a n i m a l s irough their paces In motion pic ures during the winter months. EXCLUSIVE FALL FASHIONS Conlrnsl is tho koy that up'exciting now oomlmuvlioimin colors mill fidirlcn. And tho ..Ladies' J l o n i u Jonnud'n /amimn fashion editor lina noloctod tho most MiKnificaitt for you to choosu from, it) colorful PHRON in tho new Soptnmbor issue. Ovit- 11 ta to tnnlcoyou "0)1" mid "ah," outfllR you can mnko your.scld Cnt your copy today! And hero's n hint. Look for lha slniiKht linc.s unil you'll lio r i g h t . . m., with doors open at 2 p. n. The cvorilnK show was set for p. m., with doors' open at 7 p. m. Largest Cat Act Hcntiy, who is the star altrac- Ion In the,circus, h a s ' D I G largest nixed tlon and tiaer act on tour. Stacyville Man Hurt While Hauling Lumber STACYVILLE--Francis B r u m m uffored a broken nosc'and severe acerations on his face when a ailroad lie slipped from a load of iimhur lie was unlogdinK YOUR BEST BUY IN MATTRESSES! S P R I N G - A I R G I V E S Y O U MORE REST EVERY NIGHT . . . hocouiu ll'i ftciunUfciUy cotiilructod Â«rul "zoned for comfort" lo Â«very juirl of your loly. Oomo In Â«n! lot in exnUIn vcliy Hprlng-AIr wllli "Controlled Comfort" U lodny'ii beat inAltrena buvl TYLER-RYAN Furniture Co. 29 2nd St. S. E. Phone 3910 school headliner struck him across tho face. E stitches were taken lo close wound. the LAKOTA--Gertrude Stecker underwent an appendectomy at a Now Ulm, Minn., hospital. lory near LeRoy. She lived near LeUoy until three years ago when she went to West Union where she died Sunday. Her husband died in 1028. Her only close survivors are brothers, Jens Egeland of West Union, P a u l Egelaml of Los Angeles, Caiif., John Kgeland of Wheeler, VVis., and William Egc- land of Portland, Ore. Gus Marson Services Conducted at Moline Funeral services were held Saturday at Aloilnc, III., for CJu's Marson, former resident of Mason City. Attending the services were Mr.i and Mrs. M. L. Scherf of Mason| City. ; " j MICRONIC HEARING AIDS On FREE Trial PRICE ONLY $100 IF YOU LIKE YOU DON'T IT KEEP IT . . . RETURN IF IT. Â· BATTERIES AND SUPPLIES FOR ALL MAKES DR. J. H. LEPPER 28 First S. E. 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