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SCOTT D E C K E R CHARLES C U R R Y Certificates Presented to Clear Lake Life Savers C L E A R LAKE -- Gov. W. Beardsley presented certificates a wan! to several Clear I^ko of:. n . j w c r c not present but sons in ceremonies al t h e " lÂ«wa! c l r t i f k ' a l ( ; s lnU ' 1 'State Kaij- in Â» ( 's koines Wedues-L J jC - slic F a J k - ^ Â«Â«'Â« of Mr day afternoon. They were Falk, A i r s , [Â·Â·red Banks, Becker, Charles Curry and aid Ncssctl. Decker and Curry Loslie| M l ' s - Le: ' lie I t - l''alk, 207 7th Scottl" Hon- on . Â«nd Ave., saved the life of R O N A L D NESSETT liail managed to keep his head above the freezing water, to safety Scott Decker, 1G, whose home is at Metropolis, 111., saved the life of . J i m m y U'endl, 8, son of Mr, and .Mrs. John Wendl J r . , Nora Springs, I on .lune 8 by j u m p i n g off the dock ' a t the Lake Shore Hotel ami,bring-. ing J i m m y up from tho bottom o f ] the lake. He applied a r t i f i c i a l ies piration which he had been t a u g h t as a Boy Scout. Young ASK RAY SENE 19 EAST STATE Johnny Kock, 5, son of Mr. and Mrs. J a m e s L. Hock, iill Ulh Ave. S. Johnny foil off the dock where he was playing and was pulled out of the l a k e by his .sister. Vicki Rock, 12, and Beverly Caylorcl. also 12. Leslie applied a r t i f i c i a l respiration, w h i c h lie hail learned from his 6lh grade teacher, Wayne A. Staimn, ami restored the child's breathing. Mrs. Banks, 1 1 1 7 . S. 8th St., looked out her window last Feb. |12 and noted that Joel Sccory, 2'A, 'son of Mr. and Mrs. Laurence So- eory, 1014 S. 3rd St., who had been playing on the footbridge across the 'outlet with other c h i l d r e n , had clis- iappeared. She ran out, waded intol j t h o ^ w a l e r and brought Joey, who was employed at the hotel .... summer, went home Monday. Charles Curry and Ronald Ncs- sell will each receive a certificate for saying the life lust Dec. 10 nf Darrcl W. Nelson. 1(5, son of Mr. and Mrs. Willie Nelson who live- six miles south of C l e a r Lake. The Nelson car, Dai-roll unconscious inside, was upside down in water in a drainage ditch. They used a wrench to pry open.the door, got him out and took him "to Mercy Hospital, Mason City. Curry is j son of Mr. and Mrs. John Curt-} and Nesset is a son of Mrs. Mamice Ncal, all of Baysidc. Nesset, who was graduated from high school last spring and is now employed in a shoe store in Dos f| K CKlVE A W A R D S AT IOWA STATE FAlR-Lcslie Falk, Clear L^jR wKaved i fi pi !'Y ^ ' 5 ' s l t l i n K hasidc h i m fl"l Mi's- -Fred Bnnks, Clear Lake, who saved tho l i t e ot Joel Socory, 2Â«/o, whom .she holds in her armÂ«, received l i f e Having r e r l i f U catcvs irom Gov \V. S. Beards! ay, in ceremonies nt Lhe Jo\va State FairMTOimdH in Dos RJoinos Wednesday. Moinixs, was there to receive! his certificate but Curry, who joined the N a v y April 2ft, will not arrive home from San Diego, Calif., until Saturday. Each recipient of a c e r t i f i c a t e was recommended to Gov. Beardsley by Ed Poison, field Safely Education representative, Division, Iowa , Department of Public Safety. SHOP AT MATE'S F0R BACK-TO-SCHOOL BARGAINS CHILDREN'S ALL. LEATHER BELTS -Â· Suspenders 49c SENSATIONAL OFFER -- CHILDREN'S Long Wearing . . . Reg. 3.95 Nationally Advertised . . . Fine Q o a l i f y Same Quality HIGH SHOES S2.98 BOYS' AND GIRLS- G A B A R D I N E JACKETS L I N E D Sanforized Vot-Dyed Zipper Front A l f Wanted Colors in Sizes 4 to 78 BOYS' NATIONALLY TENNIS SHOES G R I P P E R S O L E S . . . B U I L T - I N A R C H . A D V E R T I S E D $' If M M u p ONE LOT FANCY POLO Â· SHIRTS $1 All Sizes . . Including Short Sleeve Sport Shirts News of Your CLEAR LAKE NEIGHBORS BOYS' G A B A R D I N E DRESS PANTS All Wanted Colors Children's 1st Q o a l i f y Fleacc Lined MEN'S H E A V Y S W E A T S H I R T S . NATIONALLY A D V E R T I S E D Children's Boxer Type DENIM JEANS Regularly L29. Sizes 1 to 6. Sanforized 10. Boys' P O P U L A R C A R G O P O C K E T F A T I G U E PANTS Sizes 8 to 16 Ideal for School RUGGED F I R S T Q U A L I T Y WORK GLOVES CANVAS MEN'S WEAR FOR WORK or SPORTS MEN'S P O P U L A R G A B A R D I N E Regular 5.95 Value F u l l y Lined Zipper Front Sanforized MEN'S SUNTAN MATCHED $PANTS A N D A * SHIRT . . . Bofh for ft^$ S a n f o r i z e d . . .. Vat Dycci . . . Full M E N ' S F I R S T Q U A L I T Y G U A R A N T E E D pr. L A R G E R E D O R BLUE Fast Color Men's Fine Combed Yarn UNDERSHIRTS a W h i t e C o t t o n MEN'S R U G G E D W O R K B E A U T I F U L P L A I D SHEET BLANKETS 70x80. Reg. $2.49 Â· B $1.77 S E N S A T I O N A L ! G A B A R D I N E DRESS SLACKS Reg. 5.95 V a l u e W a n t e d Colors Â«S% jpa and Sires '*Â»*$ Mrs. C h a r l e s H o w l a n d , oracle o C a m p 7(jfy, .ftoyal Neighbors o America, a n n o u n c e d -Wcdncsdaj t h a t Mrs. Walter Pnimer, district deputy, will serve r e f r e s h m e n t s at the Coffee Shop Thursday evening following camp. S p e c i a l on grets* fob*, .. changes and tires. Bulk Oil. Ily. 18. Mrs. Ed H o i t l a n d , delegate, left Tuesday with a group from Parkersburg for Grand Unpids, Mich to attend the N a t i o n a l Amvct and A u x i l i a r y convention. For Sale: Cocombers IVi ml. N. ;f creamery. H. Skcllingcr. Newspaper c a r r i e r s for the Cellar Rapids CJuzctte arrived Wed ncsday to stay until F r h t n y al Methodist Camp. This is their first outing nt C l e a r Lake. Tomatoes F.or Salt: Ph. 10B1J. Circle 1 of the Methodist WSCS met at the home ot Mrs. .Frank Tragcr Tuesday evening to m a k e plans for supply work. The regular''session is Sept. 23. Help Wanted: Cook and dish washer, ex p. Apply in person. Peterson's Drive In Cafe. Mr. and Mrs. George H e e t l a n d and M r s . V. Lathrop e n t e r l a i n e d at dinner Tuesday evening Mr. and Mrs. Roy VVhorlcy, M r s . Edna Reeves and Miss Audrey Hastings, Mason Cify, all formerly of L a k o f a . The Whorleys are moving to Arkansas this weekend. Son Shine Shop End of SÂ«Â»son Sale. E v e r y t h i n g reduced. .Summer cottons greatly reduced. New win- nex and dresses Sale starts tcr cottons, fall suits all at lowest prices, Aug. 28. Everything must go as we close soon. Dr. and Mrs. Robert Clack, A l m a , Mich., and the Rev. and Mrs. Moore S. Gordon, H a m i l l o n , Ontario, C a n a d a , a r r i v e d Tuesday evening to spend a few days with sisters, Mrs. M. P the Misses Ida a n d j w l u was w i t h Searcy, p l e a d e d g u i l " ' ' ' " ty to a charge of intoxication and was fined $25.and costs. t i m e and Or. Clack's Hughes-, and Nan Clack. Mr. Cordon is a brother of Mrs. C l a c k . They h a v e been on ; (rip south and west and (o Vancouver, li.C. Help Wanted: P a r l steady. Coffee Shop. Mrs. E r n e s t C a r r will e n l e r l n i n Busy Ure Club Thursday, a week j j e a r l y ; Â· at 2 p.m. For R e n t : Choice well f u r n . apt. for cmp. couple, (teas, r e n l , ( i a r I j a g e . Write I J - 2 7 , Cloho-CJa/etle. ' j Mrs. J a m e s Lane was a gual [of Happy E i g h t Card Club at t h e i.Johii Kopcdcy home Tuesday: Mrs. ! Henry Johnson, .Mason ' i l y , is jhosless Sept. 0. For tors downed lhi Basket Grocery Two games will be played eac! evening the rest of the week to complete the second round of the series. Weekend eucsfs at the Herbert M a r s h a l ! home were Mr. and Mrs. Frank Smith and Mr. and Mrs. Verl Smith apt! Elaine, Osage City, K a n . ; Mr. and Mrs. Sim Ktholl, Athens, 111., and Mr, and Mrs. J. II. C u n n i n g h a m , Saii Jose, III. Mrs. R. J. Needham Jr., and d a u g h t e r , Mary G w e n d o l y n , re turned to their home In Denver Tuesday a f t e r visiting the former's mother, Mrs. II. A. Gnsho). Mary Gwen had been with her granil- mother three months. Mr. and Mrs. R. p. Morriney and three sons returned Wednesday to their home at LaGrange, 111., a f t e r s p e n d i n g a week at th, M. V. Hughes home and with other relatives. Mr.- Morrissey has just been named head of the dairy e q u i p m e n t division for Inleninlioii' al Harvester Company with head' q u n r l u r s in Chicago. Mrs. 13. C, Doiidm), another daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hughes, and two children are here a f t e r spending the sum mcr at Spirit Lake and will stay at, the Hughes home this winter. Sgt. Uoiidna ;.s in Germany. All the Hughes children and grandchildren spent the weekend at Clear Lake. Charles Curry, Sen Diego, Calif. is cxpecfccf to arrive Saturday spend a M-day mis, Mr. and Rayside. He t r a i n i n g and signed to duty in .Inpiui. to leave with his par- Mrs. John Curry, hits complete^! basic e x p o c; t s to be as- Searcy Fined for Reckless Driving C L E A R L A K E -- J a c k C. Searcy, SI. Louis, Mo,, pleaded guilty to a charge of reckless d r i v i n g in the court of C. J5. A s h l a n d , justice of the peace, Wednesday m o r n i n g and vas fined $H)0 and costs. Searcy was arrested by f'ollcc- nen Floyd G r i m m and John Van after the auto he was d r i v i n g ran into a tree n e a r Shady Ileach. Thomas. K. M n l l a r k y , St. Louis, Clear Lake Calendar T I I U K H I I A V -- M i n i f r o s * home Â»rrv1-i worlier. Clly I f n l l . lli.lfj a.m. lo 12. Ilouny Clul], All VvlKi-nnn .Suctiil Can- IKlfl.V licr C f u l ; , J\|IH, I'.i-n^ftl 1','irr. 2 rioyiil N o l K t i h u r . i or A i n i - i k i , . J ' ( ( ' ) |H u l l , II. Â· Â· . I I UrhU'o '"lulÂ». Mrs. ;poi'gc J-'uffrt' 12!) N. M i l l S I . , l|. ' ' l.'nlr.n ' l o w n x l i l i i 1'ann H u r t - u u . id,, |,, n l o p p l n l i n r n r - , |[. | G U E S T S OF 'ST. A N N E ' S i C I J v A R ' L A K K -- M r n c s . Paul a l h m a n , Floyd Jlenlx and K. (',, C o o k m a n and Mis.s Kale Oehrne/.o , wfl ' - : guests of St.' Anne's Circle o f ' R e n t or Sale: New and used ? U 1 a l l ' i ( k ' Â« ( '"'^ Tuesday at the c o r d i o n s . Lessons s t a r t i n g Sept i'! 0111 '' , " f M r s - A n d r e w . H a n n a h , Tucs.. at 20 X. Kr.l, back roonr; i^ 1 "^ 1 ''''!''- Mnic.s. Carl Lurson and .Mrs. r o l l e r . i K v c r c l l f ' a u l s o n were co-hostesses. were Â· played following tho \y. and Omk- MEN'S NEW V / A S H A B L E G A B A R D I N E S P O R T C i SHIRTS Reg. S3.98. Sleeve Length ALL METAL EXPANSION Watch Ban R e g u l a r l y gÂ» $1.95 ? 119 SOUTH FEDERAL ~ OP?. BAND BOX The Farmer's and Workingman's Store MASON CITY r I V l ^ / J i . ' i . .-. [ K v c - r c Dennis Lowman, son of Mr. ^^ M | ) i ; Hyle L o w n i a n , was disinis.st-cP r n . i n W|)| . u. ,.. day from M e r c y Hospital/].u,.... i. \ i ' - C i t y , following t r e a t m e n t ' ; , .special pri/.e i i s Sr.'|)t. 24. The All Vets Club s o f f b a l l team d f f e a l e d T h o r n t o n al Lions Field; RUDD--Miss Lucll.-j Koelhcr Â·liiesday f v e i n i n K . Mond.-iy n i g h t M c C i r e K o r and Miss J a n e t Surd am I tho h i g h school team defeated the.of Rodicslor, N'.V. v i s i t e d in the 1 VI '" U ' m , rn ;nl1 ' s ^y r ! ''Â«Â«n's_Kxcava ' h o m e of Mrs. W a r r e n F r e v e r t . NIGHT AUCTION Kanawha Sales Pavilion K A N A W H A , IOV/A, ON H I G H V / A Y NO. Ill FRIDAY NIGHT -- AUGUST 29 S T A R T I N G AT 7:30 We sell many consignments of livestock every Friday night. Bring in your s t o c k / G e t full value at our v/eekly sale. Thare is ampin room for your consignment at our pavilion. Your itock wll( receive the host of care. We aim to please every consignor. Call us for prompt trucking s e r v i c e . Our auctions are well affondecf. Many local and distant buyers at each s a l e . Let us knov/ what you pian to sell. H.Brummutld, Auctioneer Manager UNLESS special classification of ad is requested, customers m u s t accept classification of advertising department of this paper. The Globe-Gazetle is not- responsible for m o r e than one incorrect insertion. Mason City Locals, 35c a line, sot in this size lypc. Count 25 spnccs and letters to n line. AuÂ». 27, 19SJ ; ;J21 M.inn Cily Olobe-Oiitcllc. Mtl*n CHr, U. KOR AN A P-TAK E K _ Dec i H^ Jjot i c _eÂ» ^ SU'ITO.S', K n l l i r y n A l l c v . I iiionlhn old dniiiiliicr of .Mr. Â»i)il Mrs. llii-hmil H. S n l l n n , 710 N. KoiliM-nl. dlvil siul-' ilenly Monitiiy nl Dccntur, 111. Fu- tictnl torvlccii will 1m hc'lil Tluirsd.iy Â«t '1 i ni. in tin; I';itU'uoii-Janic-s Clinpol. Hllli tlio (lev. Hattce ftimcll. msciclald iiasliu- of the i-'irnl M c l h - oillst l.'huri'li, ofdclntlnii. Intcrmotit w i l l ho Â«l M c i i H i i l i i l IÂ»|| Cemuloi-y. 'llui I'mlerion-JiiHinfi I'linfnil llomn t* In rlinriiv. (ii W TiTTl unry, 74, uf I l i a .lflluniiii N.W.. illcil nl llio lioml finnitti-llnri Konio c n r l y Suniliiy ninrnlnK. Fiinond s.-i vices will lie lielit 'rimriiilny nl v!;:iO l.in. nl I lie llcnhUMici)! HithiTun Ouircti, \vllli llio Hcv. (.'., .\, lllru flt- llcUilliiK. InlcLiiii'iil will tii nl K l i n - wuuii Onii'.lcrvi. Fi li-iul* mrty Â«'flil .-it Itio Miijoi- i'liiirnil Honvi nlloi- a p.m. W r i l n n i i l n y u n l l l HIP limn n( si'rvU-cn. Director* MA.SDN (.TI'V PATl'I'IUSON - J AMISS Tim P u n e r n l lliinn.' K n o w n Iw Scrvico. 3W Nortli WiislihiHlun. I'iionn IMO. C 0 1 ,0 N I Al, I'-UNKIlATTTloTlK. -- Jluj Homo Â«[ ThouuliUul Sorvlei!." aul SI. N , K . 1'lionn IBO.V Money to Loon 1'iB M A .ro n KUNKifA i7~i i o M K . i^Fiorw f i l l . M! 2ml SI, N , R , "Miijor Sci'v- lui; MflÂ» Your NccilÂ»." MoAUt.EY L SON'T'imonil |linnÂ«. A nistliiKiiliiiiMl. I)Ji;nlfiiHl l-'unci-iil Kci'vlco. H H. Ail_Â«mÂ». I'liniiu IJSI. WAiin ruNiouAi, HOME, cioai- Luke. A m l n i l n n c p Sorvke. U n y I'linno n. NlÂ«hl I'luiiio 7. Monuments, Etc. B-3 MASON i.'l'I'V Momimcnl Works. Honii) uwni'il mill ii'lluhlii Â«lncÂ« 181!!). Sec our In rice d l n p l n y ot (In- Inhurl jiirminncDlji in nil ui'nnlton, Includlni; Monlullu, M i n k cvnvy Knivo. We Ucllvui- nny where. 150 JOIIi Kl. K.W. I'doilo M2. Personals WAN'I'KD --Cliiinl (.Â·hrliilliin Iminn In linnrd liny .IHO 1C. Sou Mrs, Swoltn, llptol tlnnCtird. KOJI b o l l v r ' M ' a n r JUKI rnny C H I P usil V'lnn Fnitni mn nnd upholstery utonnor, l)anu)i\'fl, hlSIJ unU mo oHinliialcil qulckl^ w i t h the now palhl^in H u n c h l''|lm/. Ontnon'/v, LoÂ»t, Found 6 I'tiUNO-- MÂ»n'Â« wrlil \fntuli. . Cnn In- liÂ«d by lllunll6'iÂ»K mill PJiylni; lor nil. I'll. ,mi.|..l2 Money to Loan Costs $1.50 ASK MRS. SIMON Also Larger Loans 32l-:)22 First National Bldg. SECURITY LOAN CO. _ _ Phono 412 AUTO LOANS" ON Newer Used Cars 24 Ycnrs Service In North Iowa U-N-I-T-E-D hinancial Service Phone r7 151,2 N. Federal OVER FORD IIOI'KINS DRUC! NEED A LOAN?; $20 to $300 :, If you need money for a n y , good purpose, apply at HFC for a loan on your salary, car!, or furnitures without endorsers. Ask n b o 111 our' convenient monthly repayment plans. For prompt, friendly service phona or visit oui- office today. ' MONEY \vmc.N you NKED rr HOUSEHOLD Â·; Finance Corp. 7M Nouh Kedentl Avenue 2ml Floor }'honÂ« 1101 SEE in about finnnclng your new tar. Unllcd Home Dank Trust Co. TAOKEY TO PAY BILLS Or For Other Needs $25 to $300 Convenient Monthly .Payments Up to 20 Months allowed on Lonns. Exempt f r o m Gov't' Regulations. Phone, Write or Come Tn Out-ot-Town loans also' madÂ»- State Finance Co., Over Hub Cloihine Ml Well- IMrig, Â· Bntriincg S W. SlÂ«iÂ»' Group Your Bills HAVE. ONE;PLACE ' TO PAY ONE PAYMENT TO MAKE $50-$250 and; u R GET , " ' . : : ' "MONEY IN MINUTES" T H R I F T LOAN CO.: . 19V4 N. Federal Phone 518 Over Wool worth's S 10 BtutneM Opportunist 18 GOOD BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY IN MASON CITYj SmuU investment. 2 'stall service; station located on 2 highways nntl business area. 'Ph. 3021-J or 482.1-ft for further information, i GHOCHIIV |ore' In downtown Austin. Minn. Top location. Well eittb- mlicil. Annunl volume over Â»100,000. A .incrlflcc Â»t Â»2,SOO plui invoice. Owner MlllnK bei'Dun o( health, .lohnniiscii llcuUy Cd., 213 E. WÂ»tÂ«r. AuaUii, Minn. A PROFITABLE BUSINESS AVAILABLE IN Â· FRANKLIN COUNTY This .choice locution Jut Â· viliahlet Own Â» yfertprn Aiilo AÂ«Â«oclÂ»!Â« S l o r o l l Sell unto niippltei, hmiMhoIri npfillnnceii. rudlnn.'bkyclt*. electrical Â·1cccÂ»Â«arlnÂ«,,Â»p]|-(|nK Â»oodj, etc.II VIM. like the |;rÂ«Â«Â«nt 2Â«00 ownerit ot Westtrn Auto AÂ«Â«wlitÂ« :SlorÂ«Â§ jÂ»a c n p l t n l l z p on Wcilern Au|o'Â« nationwide c n n i u m e r nc-cejilanre.- NÂ» e x - ' pprlonce needed--wÂ» train you. 'AP- uroxlinntc umh r n p l l n l of 113,740 rÂ«- iulri!(l. See, svritc, of phone in for Inlonnullan. , Â· Western Auto Supply Co, Brunswick Industrial Biock, Uubuiuc,;Iown -- Phone 3-7301 ' LIVESTOCK AUCTION Friday, August 29 1 O'Clock CATTLE The run of c a t t l e last Friday included a lot of good f^ c a t H e . E a r l Denn and Sons of Mason Cify sold a truck load of good fat yearlings ill $32.00 cwt. Also 32 head of club calves wore consigned by various merchants who bought them Â«t thÂ« North Iowa Fair. Consignments v/ere made by Irwin Duesenberg, Rockford; Robert Pine, Clear L a k e ; Van Fossen Bros., Sheffield; Merle Kadolph, Ventura; Alvin Goll, Klemme; Henry Boelman, M e s e r v e y ; Henry Pals, Sheffield; Cecil Bridges, Thornton; JoÂ« Whiiram, Mason City; A l v i e Green, Mason City; Ed MÂ»thre, Mason City; George Hisner, Clear Lake; Harley Van Horn, K e n s e t t ; E a r l Lillibridge, Mason City; Melvin Ferrier, Rock- v/ell; Harold Bohno, Rudd; E. L. Tessman, St. Ansgar; Frank Root, Thornton; Elingson Winden, Lake Mills; J. S, Faaborg, M e s e r v o y ; E!i M^slre, Clear Lake; Albert Hamberg, Sheffield; W. L. Torkelson, Forest Cify; John Chrisfensen, Mason Cily; E s t h e r Tuttle, Hanlontown; Law Co., Ventura; Sinke Peters, Swaledale; Ed Brandau, Rudd; Wayne Taylor, Clear LÂ«ke- Olaf Peterson, R o c k w e l l ; H. L. Nissen, Clear Lake; B. H. Tobiason. Lake Mills; Clarence Trcgo, Clear Lake; Eric Christenson, Forest Cify; Howard Boache, Klemme; Dean Snell, Kens e t t ; Geo. Dalman, Forest City; and Bert Lee, HÂ»nlontown. T h e s e better n a t i v e stock s t e e r s are selling from J2S.OO to ^28.00 cwt., look like a good buy at this time. They will make Â« good fall gain and go in the feed y a r d worth the money. P l a n to attend the Clear Lake sale on Friday. We Â»lwÂ»yi h a v e a big run of n a t i v e c a t t l e and Western stoeker Â»teÂ«rs and heifers, m o s t l y yearlings and calves. CONSIGN YOUR L I V E S T O C K TO THE C L E A R LAKE AUCTION CO. FOR PROMPT SALE AND COMPLETE SATISFACTION. CLEAR LAKE AUCTION CO.