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At* », mi aiii fiintti, «nii« CM?, u Mason City **«, » ·UihiMi-todm My ucrt; -AJI Mini city MM«I* r»o*««. ·itrr. m~n bhif. ciwtM w»mo«ui ·Err. II-- N«*ifc .Cwrtnl, tow* Mad ud CM. Out'* abrth WMUl IteU d»y, IVt wiwt ,*f r«d«r*l ·· IMk H. N.W U*, kOMU erf, tMeki UiUimrUd, «WM - fcjr M«U*nl CM), C«nmuntty H»U AuaUUry **»u»i ·BIT. ft-- D»y, HERE IN MASON CITY H« *· *».*· «·* "·utumn milli- a«ry," A complete shoeing of new est cloches, daring casuals, "sit sling hat,'? our College Miss group. The most important colors and materials, Loftus Hat Shoppe, * 1st St. ' can ·« Master and c«m« sooner if you prepare for a Business Career. Start your program Sept. 1 at Hamilton. Register now. Closed Labor Day wookond, Aug. 30-Sept. 1. Open Sept. '2. Laundrite Self Serve Laundry. F«r Rent *r $»!·: N«w and used accordions. Lcssonx, Mrs. Potter, 231 4th N. W, . Get your travelers checks at First National Bank of Mason City. Convenient and safe. O'Brim Pabtfs at Shepherds. Mrs. Pearl tittle Clark has returned to her home at San Francis co after spending the past month visiting relatives and friends in Mason City. Per a complete stock V window glass see Boomhower Hdwe. Rummag* Sale Circle 1, 1st Moth odlst Church Sat., Aug. .10 at 1529 N. Fed, Dr. Schulti, Osteopath, room 441, Hotel Hanford. Ph. 2960. Glldd*n's Everen outside white paint, $4.89 gal. at Payne's. AA Group-Meeting* will bo hold each and every -.Thursday eve. at · p.m. Try to attend-- both ladies and men welcome. 314 S. Del. Rummage Sale Pri. 9 to S, back door, 916 N. Jackson. Fisher Files 116,000 Auto Damage Suit ·Merritt (Fisher, «20 Jersey S.E., filed a $16,419 suit in district court here Wednesday against Harry E, Cook.sle, J320 Virginia S.E., as an outgrowth of an automobile accident Dec. 30, 1950. Kisher's petition states that he was driving .north on Carolina Avenue and Cooksi* was driving east on 15th S.E., when their cars collided. - : Fisher charges that Cookiie was negligent, failed to keep a proper lookout, failed to yield the right of way and that Cooksie was traveling at an unlawful rate of speed. In his petition. Fisher asks $234 medical expenses and claims that because of . the accident! he will incur future medical and hospital expenses totaling $750. Because of the accident and the resulting injuries, Fisher charges that he has in the past, .and will in the future, endure 'severe pain and suffering and that he will be partially incapacitated, thereby impairing his earning capacity. Bids totaling $4M,D14 lor the construction of Herbert Hoover School were accepted Thursday evening by the Ma ton City School Board, The general contract was awarded to the Henkel Construction Company, Mason City, on its low bid of $381,333. Twenty-four bidders participated in the letting. The plumbing and .heating con- ract went to the Ideal Pumbing and Heating Company for $80,]3fl and the electrical contract to the Dewey Electric Company, Venura, for $22,545, Carl Henkel said that he would begin work »n noon as possible. The chool hoard hopes for completion by' Sept. 1, 1B53, depending on vailability of materials. Spirited competition anil the mall difference between the bids was explained by an out-of-town idder as due to the complete draw- ngs provided by Architect Karl M. Waggoner. The general contract lids, including clay tile partitions nd sidewalk, wore as follows: Henkel, $,W,333; Andersen Con- truction Company, .Clear Lake, 382,750; S p e n c e r Construction Company, S p e n c e r , $384,244; /Iggo M. Jensen, Albert Lea, $387,17; Davey and Moon, Mason City, $390,365; J, S. Schweitzer and Son, t, Paul, $40J,582; Jeiis Oleson arid on, Waterloo, $401,018; Lippcrl Brothers, Boone, $406,550; James hompson and Sons, Ames, $416.- J0 °- The plumbing and heating bids, ncluding a gas-oil burner, were as ollows: ideal, $80,130; Hanig Jrothers, Fort Dotlgc, $85,916; Sid mith and Company, Waterloo, $86,050; Payne Plumbing and {eating, Mason City, $86,275; E. L. secory and Son, Clear Lake, $80,538; Peck and Hatfleld Plumbing nd Heating, West DCS Moines, 88,689; Natkln and Company, Omaha, $89,300; P. G. Gallagher ml Sons, Farlbault, Minn., $90, 940; Kelroy Fuel and Furnace Jompany, Mason City, .$95,413; arstens Brothers, Ackley, $96,290. The electrical bids were: Dewey llectric, $22,545; Company, Perry, Determan, Mason City, $24,800; C. . Smith, Mason City, $26,850; Bab- ill and Sherman, Mason City, $35,747. Mason Cityans Poultry Winners at State Fair Mason City . poultry men ar among winners at the 1952 Iowa State Fair. J. D. Farrer, Ron Hoi liston, August Hartwig, Loretta Holliston and £. J. Zerblc were among those receiving awards. In the buff division, Hartwig won ribbons for three cocks, 13 hens one cockerel and nine pullets. He also won in the Silver Penciled and White Wyandotte divisions. The Holllstons showed four Col umbian cocks and a black cod and hen. Zerble exhibited in th white and blue division while Far rcr won with his barred and ret entries. Farm Bpy, 5, Hit by Polio Jerry Anderson, about 5, son o Mr. and Mrs. Earl Anderson whc live northwest of Ventura, wa taken to a hospital In Des Moine Wednesday for treatment of polio Mrs. Anderson is a daughter of Mr ·nd Mrs. Theodore Back, Clea Lake, who are staying at the horn with the other children. Youth Comos Ctoan CANAAN, Conn. UP --Robert Bohman, state policeman, caugh a teen-ager in the act of stealin wood. To his surprise, be found the youth bad used this unusual metb od to get the attention of police fee i could confess to a series ia the be had committed previous year and » half. Hoover Sch Henkel Bids $381,333 on Construction f i t 7 Bids Total $484,014 PREVIEW--Peggy Harrer, 5; .John Cola, 9, and Tom Harrer, 8, get a preview of the now Wilson kindergarten addition which 'is nearing completion. Opening of the one- room addition toWiisbn School will bo delayed a week Supt. Glass Electric $23,790; H. C. Lions Hear Coaches on Team Globc-Gazelte photo by Glbbs L H. Shepoiaer informed the school board Monday evening. The youngsters are children of Mr. and Mrs. D. G. Harrer. 823 3rd SVV., and Mr. and Mrs. P. Cota, 829 3rd S.W NEWS of RECORD Marriage Licenses Wilier H. K » ( k a , M, and Helm I,. AnnU, 10, . both' i.l Cloiiuel. M l m i . i U M K A r l « n D f t v l » . l e r f c l . AniarUlu. Trx., I»»|| Jitn*»«ii, [H. Minim O i l y . *ncj Luis New Cor Sales H. * R. Chevrntat Co., liiu., 18 W a i h ii 8.W., I h « v r o l « l i Hj»nkrir» l.Jfe Com, Hun Ancvln, TAX., t'hevraUt. Police Court O v e r t i m e P a r k i n g -- \StrcJ f-'rtnieii, Kth N . K . I O. II. Chiurn, Sill J.ckg.ul W.I Harold Juhiuon. MA*UII C U y i Rob H l n y U l , £ 1 1 III . H . K . I l.lujil KnbtirU, l!t'/i lt N . K . I Hub Carxmi, Ihy Cttrlll. Koule n W. S t a l e i Duro Maaiin C l l y i Cur* H a r t w l f , Nor* .Spring*! Cnitnle f.'unimlttf.i, I I I * Marie D r i v e ; K e n n e t h !,«»», 'in Ten I . lit J i m nemiea S . K . I Kuth l l e m i l f f e r , Kimti Maion f f t l j r i Want B. l U m m i i n d , H'J S . W . I O. W. K n » h . CnUr Haplil| «r«ll, 40,1 !!l»l H . K . I Or. K. H. Hart, B r i c k »n4 TUB h u l l d l l i l l Dr. K. O.' rlriinh, H r l c k and Tile rtulldliif, each forfeited i:i fur lhr«« vloUllonm lr. H. K. Weslon, Brick and Tllil Hiilialn». f o r f e i t e d »H 1(ir nix violation** Dean : Vresuly, Den Motrinsj Urn K r a m e r , It'Jtl Carolina 1'lace 8.K., eacli Impniper' I'arklni--Hlobard W. llo»ket, l«* M u l n e - i i Kilcar J. Pvarce. le* M«ln«» llarrjr f . Dlmon. l f i Miilneo H. (J. Knop. I)«i» M i i l n e n l Ju L u k e i , 1 1 3 1 fltfc S.W.. each rurfilled III lltllrlck Man raclurUn Co., Toledo, O., fnrtelted li lor Births Reported (At Mtrey H i » « p l t » l ) -- H o y in Mr. »nri Mn. M » r l y » Bulz, Cleir Like, Wcdneii tfayi kor In Mr, »nd !Hn, M»rlm Bryant, I'.'H Slli K.W., Wedneidayi hnjr to Mr. an4 Mrt. Jack Franditn. Nurlhwcmd, Wtdnc» 'aft a-lrl ta Mr. and Mr». Robert Ead», ;ll« LiHllllana K . K . . T h u r » 4 a y i boy li Mr. »nd Mn. Oln Austin, H'JIl :rd S.W., Thun- « a r . ( A l Park H n n p l U l l -- H n y In Mr. and Mr» iiftr Cirupp, r,".'P Vlrdiila N.K., Wrdncs day. Four members of the Mason City ligh school coaching staff gave the ions a preview of the football sea- on. Wednesday: noon. Howard Barker, Bill Steneker, Ken 0 riff en nd Bob Heston were heard, in that rder. A team somewhat huskier than hose which have represented Maon City on the gridiron in recent r-ears seems assured. Pretty much the players are those from last ear with an average of 10 or 15 pounds of additional .weight. Whether the Mohawks surpass ast year's record of five losses against three wins is dependent on low strong the opponents prove to e, Couch Heston pointed out. "We caught all the tough ones ast year," he added with a smile. T «can't believe we'll be that unlucky two years in a row." All of the coaches paid compli ntent to the squad of 60 men and ;he will to win .which has characterized initial practice sessions. For the spectator, high school football this year will look very much like last year's game, according to Heston. There have been few rule changes, he said, and none of them very spectacular. In wet weather, a rubber football --less slippery than a wet pigskin bait--can be used if agreed to by both teams. This should'make for less fumbling, Heston observed. Under a rule agreed to within the conference, visiting teams will be wearing white jerseys in all games, providing a contrast bene ficial to players and spectators alike. , G u e s t s Wednesday included Claude Pigman of Marshnlltown, Kenneth Kickbush of Algona and Prof. Willis Dugan of the University of Minnesota, Diyorces Granted , C7*rljrl« ,.]*§,, K«»t» fr*m Arl*n* M»i Xaa«a* MI groitmd* ot eru*fljr* TJiej- «*jn by »Up*l»(lHi Ihjii «li« l« iw kmfft cu«|4Hly of iwo children. She 1i (o receive *1W) » M««th ftllmiftny, »nd iiiptHirt money. Hh« !· lo fcava title l«v »ll houifihnlil tiirnliure and , « l p w * n t . H« li to hire title (o It'll ft«l»Bhobl|* and th*t h« U (D p»y »H«rney's !·· »n4 fienrt co*tn. ' Married Jun* J, IIM«. 8tpar»l«d I*. Realty Transfers Hehmmacktr, «. O. and Ntllle, In K. C. Schumac»«r and NellU, jl. ten., I I , ( W l » I-B-M. SW/4 ·( City of Manon Clly. In Lloyd A. Jtnun and Verna M., II, (QCD) tkal parllnn of vaealed K-W all«y kelwc«n Thnrierftnn'n Add, to M.O. and Rtynnld'i ^nd Add. In M. U. no. th« N. H ft. Ihrriut, lying N. ni and akultlny Loti 4 and ft, Reynnld'ii *4 Add. I- M.C., 7-T-.M. . J«nifin, l.loyd A. and Verna M., In V. a. Knaknlt and Clarloi R.. »l, (QOU) KaMe description a» kkc akoTe (QC1) H-SH-R3. Mimrn, Nina Trevelt, (o l,ucy R. Man ley, 11.000, W I » S. H« II. of l.nl :i In Hlk X, A. T. Parker I'lacc, an Add. lu M.C, And«rinn. l.rola, to R. Homey. SI (WO) 1. 01 ;!. Bit. I. In Outlet I'ark A ltd. ex. 2 H. alonr the H W l y n( jald Lot l.lekendnrfer, I , y l e and KrntK K,. lo L.y1e l.lebrnitnrffr and Krma K., jt. ten., S! (Wl» l.nl \'i. H l k . II, OrandrleH-, an Add lo M. C., S-W-M. M. O. Investment Co., t.v Helen J. WtUh and R i c h a r d G., Jl. ten., II. ( W D ) Lot 5H S. Carolina Acres, M.C., 8-yO-M. : VanBy, Fan), to Sieve n. Kbeni and Glee K,, Jt. ten., II, ( W D ) Lot 4, " H l k . ad In t'ollfft Add, In Jff. C.. 7-'M-M. Pope, W. P. anil Jcunt« . M a y . In TUik l.aiknrlok, J I . ( W D ) N. IK (I. of I.nti and -i. and Ihfi W. !.", ft. »l N. (H (t. o I,ol 3, all In replat o( Klk. 1 anit xih SI N. lying btlween Rlk*. H and I In O»' rark Add. lo M. C., H-'JS-i:. Lttiel, Nick and Kdna E.. to ('Kindle A. Lyine and Rkmla K , , jt. ten.. II (WJ» Lot ». Hlk. I. K. H. Mampion'n .Sahrt of a ttortlon of Lot 7. in Sub. at SW Rockwell Man Injured When Car Overturns Heinz Hartman, 30, of Rockwell, was slightly injured when his car overturned several times about 1:15 Thursday morning on a gravel road three miles east of Highway 85. Delbert Witt, 15, also of Rockwell, who was riding with Hartman was not injured. The Cerro Gordo County sheriff's office said that Hartman told them that the accident occurred when he lost control of his car. The car was demolished. Hartman was brought to Mercy Hospital in Mason City for treatment, then released. Monday Is Holiday for Most Offices City, county nnd federal office will be closed Monday for the La bor Dhy holiday. The Mason Citj Postoffice wil) make no deliveries Collections will follow the holida schedule. Tiny Baby Survive* M E R I D I A N , Miss. UP--Dr Theodore Middleton delivered one pound, four ounce baby girl t Mrs. Jack Zachry. The child sur vivcd, was fed with a medicin- dropper and thrived. KITCHEN REMODELING NATURAL BIRCH or YOUNGSTOWN STEEL CABINETS and SINKS Our M««M Kitchm Estimate* . . . Terms MASON CITY APPLIANCE 211 So. Fwforal Phww lift] 7-r BONNIE HAS JSONN1E TIME--At the reception in Aberdeen Scotland honoring- the Iowa Scottish Highlanders it's the expectant moment before the food is served. ' Standing guard over the table are Aberdeen Lord Provost J. M. Marshall, left, and T. Scott Sutherland, right, also of Aberdeen. Waiting anxiously are Highlanders, left to right Bonnie Nicholas, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. IT. Nicholas, Mason City; Mary S a h s ^ Earlyillo; Marge Martin, Hamburg, and Jean Ewers, Iowa City. Mrs. O. Elmer Dies of Polio in New York Mrs. Otto Elmer, 30, (nee Betty Jean Peterson) daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Peterson, 548 15th ". E., died suddenly Tuesday at 10 . m . , a t a hospital in Fishtill, N. of polio. She was born in 1922 at Sioux ?ity and came to Mason City with her family in 1938. Her father is ffico manager of the Standard Oil Company. After her graduation from Mason ity high school and junior college, she was married to Otto Elmer in June, 1945. They established their ·cstdcncc at Fishtill, where they lad continued to live. ^.Surviving are lier husband, three children, a daughter, Susan, and two sons, Tommy and Peter, her Barents, Mr. and Mrs. A. W. PC- orson, Mason City, and two brothers, Robert Peterson, Fargo, N. D., and William Peterson, Mason City, and n sister, Mrs. Dale Vandcr- berg, Milford. Funeral services svere held al Fishtill Thursday. The body will be taken to Minneapolis for services and burial Tuesday. Mrs. Sheridan Services Held Rites Conducted at Holy Family C h u r c h Requiem High Mass was offered 'or Mrs. Frank (Florence) Sheridan. 53, at the Holy Family Catholic .Church Wednesday by the R t ' Rev. 'Msgr. Arthur J. Brcen, celebrant. Acolytes were James Lynch and Joe Hood. Crossbearer was Mike Allison; censer Tom Hood;' thurifer Jerry Sweiger. Attending the services from out of the city \yere Cora Sheridan, Ernest Sheridan, Phillip McCarthy, Fred McCarthy, Mrs. Fred Lenze, all o£ Faribault, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. Harry Orttel and Catherine of Titonka; Mr. and Mrs. Henry Quinn and George Quitin, Britt. Mrs. Edwin Olsen, Minneapolis; P. F. Campbell, Iowa City; Mr. and Mrs. Barney Campbell, Lester Campbell, T. C. Ryan, all of Dougherty; Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Allison, Clear Lake. Pallbearers were John Douglas, Max Allison, William Haase, Manuel Campbell, Raymond Campbell and Robert Campbell. Interment was at St. Joseph's Catholic Ceme- tery, with Father Roger Sullivan officiating. The Colonial Funera Home was in charge. STOP AND SHOP AT THE CENTRAL FOOD MKT. PHONE 546 111 2nd ST. N. E. SOUTHEAST ACROSS FROM THE POSTOFFICE Checker Tourney Slated Saturday A checker board tournament un der YMCA sponsorship is to be held Saturday in Central Park, starting at 1 p. m ., it was announced bj Gordon Blanchard of the "Y" staff The tournament is open to every one and entries raay be made will Tyler Stewart in the park or at lh YMCA. The event will be in tw divisions, one for the open class am the other for novices under the "g as you please" rule. Each contes will be determined by the winne of two out of three games. Prizes will be awarded to IK winners and runners up in each di vision. Clyde Beatty "Mr. Circus" Himself in Big Cats' Cage By CARL WRIGHT Clyde Beatty, owner and star of he Clyde Beatty Circus, which ilayed Mason City Wednesday, is 'Mr. Circus" himself. ' There . is something about this curly-haired man who rushes into he steel arena filled with snarling lions and tigers that ups the blood ressure for about 20 minutes. It's true the baric of a gun and rack of th« whip · punctuate the ct with added showmanship. But t's a strong left arm that clutches hat kitchen chair at all times. ' , Uto* Chair It's one of the strangest uses a citcben chair has ever been put to, but $o far nothing has ever been ound more effective with the big ats from the days of .Karl Ha gen back to the present. ' ; ' Beatty himself started his wild animal training career about 30 years ago with Howe's Great Lon don Circus. He was among the first ever to ry. mixing black-maned Nubian ions and royal Bengal tigers in he' same cage. And he has', added many tricks to the art of animal raining from its earliest days. Although two performances went smoothly in Mason City Wednes- lay, it is not always this way. He las been clawed more than once, ometimes not even noticing it until the excitement of the act is all over. Lives With Danger Although he is the owner and op erator oE the circus that travels under his name, he stilt enters the big cage twice daily to take his life n his hands-- just the same as the teast of the performers in the big top. Beatty, who stars in his own cir cus, is busy all year with his radio and television programs and movie making as well. He has surrounded himself with a number of truly fine circus performers from this popu iar West Coast show. His chief traner, Zeakolen WalsK outs his trained elephant riding tiger through a routine that is second only to the huge cat act that is the top feature on the show John Cline, trainer of the Clyde Beatty liberty horses, and Milonga Clinc, trainer of the elephant ant Sony novelties, were ' outstanding in their fields. Barbette Evident The touch of Barbette, producer of lavish super spectacles, is evi dent in the special production num bers of the 1952 edition of the cir cus. Originally from Rome, Where he was in the Italian movie industry, he has carved a name for himselj via the movies and circus ' enterprises in this country as well. He is peer of creative ability in pro duction numbers such as the loop the-loop girls, iron jaw, aerial bal let and other lavish numbers. Con Colleano, the d a n c i n g bouncing somersaulting "Toreador of the Tight Wire," is still tops in his field, the only human who has ever accomplished the forwarc somersault on the tight wire. One other troupe, the Ericksons astounded with their balancing Dr. Glen M. Krogh DENTIST 6 1 1 Brick Tile Bldg. PHONE 1 1 8 9 OPEN NIGHTS, SUNDAYS AND HOLIDAYS Home Moid ICE CREAM Quart 55c; Pint 28 Home Dressed FRYERS Pound 42 AND ALL POPULAR B R A N D S OF CIGARETTES Carton $1.93 Pure GROUND BEEF Ib. 59 Fresh Creamery BUTTER Pound 75 FANCY GROCERIES · MONARCH FINE FOODS VINEGAR In Your Container. Gallon 35 Headquarters For CANNING SUPPLIES COMPLETE LINE OF SPICES BEER · FRUITS · VEGETABLES · FREE DELIVERY All Popular Brands COFFEE Pound 79. Strictly Fresh EGGS Dozen 49 ENTERS AIR FORCE--Miss Betty Lund, daughter of Mr. and Mrt. Olof Lund, Hanlontown, was one of throe to enter the Women's Air Force from the Mason City office this week. She left Oes Moines Wednesday for Lock I and Air Bate, San Antonio, Texa*. Marjorie Stahrr Taylor, Mason City, and Marjorie Helen Hamilton, 'daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Hamilton, Hampton, also joined the Women's Air Force. routine in the center ring and the Flying Harolds closed the performance with a sensational flying act high in the, big top. The big spectacle of the circus was the "Return of the Safari,".in. which Clyde Beatty presents an authentically costumed safari with animals from all parts of the world. ; Beatty is first and foremost an animal trainer. His circus is built around this; but he has color, and dancing girls, clowns and circus performers to offer a well rounded show. · Smalt One Too And one of the smallest elephants ever brought to Mason City, which trailed the herd on Wednesday, may some day grow up Jto lead the procession. As for, "Mr. Circus" himself, Beatty has plans for growth even larger than t h e y o u n g pachyderm's. He is headed for Africa this winter to bring back more cats, more elephants and more 'of everything in the jungle. That's the man who enters the big cage twice daily to make, a living because he enjoys it. Meteorologists now believe that after the sub-zero cold of moderately high altitudes is .passed/ a temperature inversion zone is encountered (at from 55 to 400 miles) where temperatures may rise front minus 28 degrees Fahrenheit Uo 4,000 degrees. ADAMS PRESCRIPTION PHARMACY "Where Pharmacy Is a Profession" 21 E. State St. PHONE 872 Service as you like it at the United Home Bank Trust Co. It's Good Business To Save at the United Home Bank Trust Co. Many helpful financial services of other departments are available to customers of our S a v i n g s Department. This coupon will bring you full i n f o r m a t i o n . (Come in if you can.) | United Home Bank Trust Co., | Mason City, Iowa I . Please open a Savings Account in my (our) name(s). Enclosed find S (check or money order) -as first deposit. Please send full information about other services of your bank. It's free. Name 2nd Name if joint account is desired Address City v State

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