Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on August 27, 1952 · Page 24
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 24

Mason City, Iowa
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Wednesday, August 27, 1952
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, ,57, -W2 Maion City. · r MANAGER RESIGNS «- DELANO--Jack MjicNair, m a n a g e r ' o f , t h e Thompson Yards in Leland since February, is rcsjgn- Ing, effective Sept. 1. He an! Mrs. MacNair will jnovu to .Jctmore, Kan.',, where he will lake over the Operation of his father's wheat ranch.. The MncNaJn. have been residing "in Forest City"with Mr, MacNair c o m m u t i n g to Ins work hero. The new mnjiatfcr for ihr Thompson Yard hero ha» nol · IK-CM; iiiimod. The assistant m'timiKcr of the yard, Philip M c D o n n l d , who left t h i s month for Induction into the A r m y , ' h a s not yet been replaced. In the lust 2,000 years, some BOO cities have been destroyed by e«rth(|uakes with a rc.sutUnl loss of perhaps'1,000,000'human lives, Look! sons ** onnounce * open until 5:30 P. M. every day Fridays until 9 P. M. Board^to Receiye Stoker Coal Bids G A R N K l t -- Hancock County supervisors will hold a. public letting on 40 ions of oil treated slokcr coal for the Hancock Counly home. The letting will be held at the courthouse in 'Garner at-1:30 p. m. Monday, Sept. 8, according to County Auditor M a y n a r d Schone man. WESLEY FARM SOLO WfiSLKY--Mr. and Mrs. Fran els HaiipUnan have .sold their ]07- acro f a r m northeast of Weslny to Mr. and Mrs.'Kdward Lex of lies Moines, who will get possession .fan, I. The H a u p t r n a n s will move to Mesa, An'/,, where they have purchased a home. WASHINGTON STATE FRUIT COMMISSION Free Orchids Winr.K surri.v r.AS-rs direct from Hawaii when you come in and see V ; ~!-)c it. . . an Just one look--imcl you fall in love w i t h this latest creation liy Community. Only the finest crnt'l^ninnship could liuve so com- plctcl)' cnpiured the grace and charm of mtlurc's loveliest flower. -See this exquisite new pattern, here now. l!c among the very firs! to enjoy its rare beauty. 52 PC. Service for 8 in beautiful New Blond Wood C H E ST 77 50 SPECIAL! JO INTODUCE THC NEW PATTERN 'Trade Markt of Oncido Lid. No Fed. T a * Set include*: 16 Tea- spoont, S Soup Spoons, 8 Knlvei, 8 ' F o r k i. 8 Salad Forkj, 2 Serving Spooni, I Burrar Knif«,^l Sugar Spoon. Anti.farmsh chejl in- cludeil al no .xlra c h a r g e . 4 COFFEE SPOONS 20 E. State Phone 17 f*9ui«f.;..fWc«'.'$.3.K;. ' NOW Fot nxlra «rvirig cem- · v*n!tnc« ."«ml ;iniart- n««v Hurry (Of thfi very ip«ioi intrcxtuc- ' j tory laving*! limit » lo ^ No ^»d. ' ' ToJli «I A W E E K P A Y S F O R I T ! .1 4 Added to Nora Springs Teaching Staff NORA SPRINGS--The Board of KMucalion of the Nora Springs school announced thi« week that, with the opening of the school year, here next week, four new teachers would be presented to the school community. They include Mrs. .James Sandy of Nora Springs, who will leach sixth grade. Mrs. Saiuiy replaces Miss Marie Jones, who taught that grade here for six years. Miss Jones is retiring from the: teaching profession a n d is n o w employed in Indianapolis, (rid. Mrs. S;mdy is n well known rural teacher from Ccrro Oordo C o u n t y . T«acfi«s Voice Miss Jeanne Jacobson, whose home is ai Dnllas, Wis,, will Leach all of the. vocal music, both elementary and hi»h . school. She comes to Nora Springs from St. Olaf .College'nl Northfield, Minn., A'here she achieved her bachelor of music- degree last spring. Her assignment combines pact of the duties of both Mrs. Robert Greene ami Miss .Alida Moiland, \v h o laught vociil music part lime last year. Bolh Mrs. Greene and Miss M o t l a n d have resigned from the fa cully. Miss Virginia Town of Ames will leach home economics and Junior high English.'She is a graduate of lowji Stale College,'with a degree in home economics. She comes from Victor, where, site has been Leaching home economics and English for the past three years. Elmer Bnchcnbcrg will teach seventh grade an'.'i eighth grade history. For the past three years he has been elementary principal of the school at Ml. Auburn. He is a native of Nebraska, h i s . h o m e being at Burcharcl. He has an A.B. degree in elementary education from i'eru Slate Teachers College. Many Return All the other nicmbcrs of the faculty have been in this school system for at least one year. They arc as follows: Primary, Miss By- rcne L o w m a n . of LeKoy, Minn.; first grade, Mrs. Art ( R a c H c l l c ) Lundblad of Nora Springs; second grade, Mrs. Beverly Sewell Nelson of Clarksvillc; third grade, Miss ftlabel Gould of Nora Springs; fourth grade, Mrs. Ted .Quinby of Nora Springs; fifth grade, Mrs. Norm a. Bankes, who, with her husband, is moving this week into an a p a r t m e n t in the Fcnton home h e r e ; ; e i g h t h ' g r a d e , Uoy Carlson. Miss M a r g a r e t ttiepe, biology and rnaiJi; William Snow, high, school liingiish; .Robert Greene, commercial a n d athletic c o a c h ; A r t h u r Lundblad, social studies and a t h - letic coach; L. R. Kraffl, instrumental music and history; J. H. W a t s o n, superintendent a n d science. Noel Montgomery will . again serve as custodian, assisted part time by JScI Ltisk, school bus serviceman. The school will open Monday 'morning with the usual half-day session. At this time all prelimin- ary task* will have aUcnlion, amJjlhe program committee, and Mr. plans w i l l ' b e made for classes oniand Mrs. Alvin Olson chairman Nejson is a switchboard operatorirealisUc animal land where form- tn n rl «rt Onmnnni' ; 1 * j t ' « » ' u*t*n.t*v\ om( Rfiilfkir i^Jr^lle Wednesday. Plan Workshop On Tuesday, the teachers will attend a teachers' workshop at Charles City and no classes will mecl. Wednesday all classes will 'begin in 'earnest. jof the lunch committee. Gl HONORED FORJSST 'CITY--Pvl, Valere II. Nelson of Forest .City has been awarded the combat i n f a n t r y m a n in Headquarters Company, Battalion, 35th Infantry Regiment. iHc entered the a r m y in 1951 and arrived in Korea last March. Like Real Thing SEABROOK, N.1I. UP--You can 'superintendent' Watson rciterat-K dfe ' e wh i k . scrving wilh the 251h ( "step right .up" and safely, put i ., t _ . , . . . . . I'lfnnh'v n i u l s i n n in l^firnii Pt't l i / m i r - Virvi/4 \r\ tVir* lirxn'c m m i t V i i n .n od this week tha't he is anxious to l ! l f d n l l y have all juniors and seniors of the high school come to the school building on Thursday and Friday (if this · week .and pay their hook fees, insurance premiums and lunch charges, "If they will this," he said, "we can complete our enrollment .Monday morning.' RESUME MELTONVILLE - The Commit'! nily Club, will resume its regular' m o n t h l y meetings Wednesday evening, Sept. :i, with Mr. and Mrs. Clinlon Perkins as chairman of division in Korea. Pvt.iyour head in the lion's mouth in -a er Barnum and Bailey circus beasts are exhibited. William Treat of Hampton has set up a complete artificial presentation of animal life. Some 50 animals, ranging from hartcbeests- to zebras, can be seen in lifc-fike poses in settings which duplicate their n a t u r a l haunts. We're Sorry The following item irt Sam Raizes Dept. Store Ad of Tuesday, Aug. 26 should have read KINDERGARTEN RAG RUGS Reg. 65c 45 £ We Have Exactly the paint colors you want in SATIN THE 10CU I A T E X B A S E PAINT Chooie at o g l a n c e 'rom ' 80 gorgeoui c o l o r s P A Y N E WALLPAPER £ PAINT STORE 2nd Door Weft of Phon* 245 WHATTA SONG' WHERE HAVE I HEARD THAT |T MILLION COPIES] VAUSHN MONROE SINGING f IT'LL 6 eiGSEfcTHAN 'OH.' SUSANM'/ PHONE 600 FOR PICK-UP ISHEARINS rroVER. AND OVER. THE TEST OF A CI5ARET7E IS TEST CAMELS FOR 30 DAYS. YOUR* T-ZONE" WILL TELL YOU HOW/ MfLD AND FLAVORFUL CAMELS ARE, PACK AFTER F*CK ^^S^ NORTHERN LARGEST FURNITURE STORE OPEN AN ACCOUNT MAKE YOUR OWN TERMS Sacrificing bver $ 350/000 worth of Fine Furniture... Carpeting ... Appliances.... MIER WOLF SONS

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