Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on August 28, 1952 · Page 32
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Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, August 28, 1952
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'; 32 'Aug. 28, 1952 ]M*«m Cltr ,c;iabfC:*»lte, Xnuri Ollf, la. Least This : Burglar Showed :Some Consideration :, LONDON, f*f1--"I'am a desperate criminal," 'said '(lie burglar, surprised as Kcnnclh Munro entered his dining room ^ariy Wednesday. "You don't look like one, 1 ' said Munro. "What do you want?" ·""I want money," was the reply. '.Then followed Ihls colloquy: - "If you can find' any here you are welcome to ij. Bui be quiet about it. T can't have you wakening my wife," "Oh, I wouldn't' dream of doing so."' "Von ore .a fool to break Into pqopjc's houses." "You won't tell anyone, will you?" "I'm afraid I must," said Munro, and he stiirled for the phone. "In that case goodbye, and Uirinks very much," said the burglar. And out he skipped through an open window, The first' Olympic Games of which there is written record were held in Greece in 770 H.C. Hancock Team at State Fair G A R N E R -- The livestock judging team 'from 1 Hancock County which recently competed at the North Iowa Fair in Mason City are now at the State Fair In DCS Moincs where they will enter the Judging contest. The (cam is composed of Merle Oxfoy, Dennis Hayes, 'Parrel! Goll and Byron Grciman. They placed third In a field of 12 enlrlce. Merle Oxlcy was sixth high individual and Darrell Goll, eighth high in Ihe contest. - - mens wear STYLE Headquarters for Campus Clothes It's no trick to go back lo college- 'looking your best--jusl corno In-- [ind everything you need ricjhl here. Fill your tie' vuck w 1 I li ; handsome variety. Select, brand n a m e shirts in your collar .style. OPEN AN ACCOUNT For best looks L ; h I s semester, choose n threu h u 11 o n single brciisted conl.: C o m f o .1*. table lounging r o - b ' e for ', a f t e r class relaxing. New Fall SUITS Choose socks in bold plaid.s, ar- gylcs, solids ami stripes/ Select your coat from a group o£ s m n r l styles and fine fabrics. A warm sweater, cardigan or pullover to Lop your slacks. Complete Line Samsonite LUGGAGE young men's--New Fall SUITS and TOPCOATS from 29.95 MIER WOLF SONS Soys Debate Between Adlai, Ike Desirable WASHINGTON -- This is the r'car when Ihe presidential candi- Jalcs foree/e around like the kid on .he flying carpet. Candidates used to campaign by train. General Ei scnhowtr and Governor Stevenson the country by will criss-cross train and plane. In the long run even the wear and tear of whirling around the country may bo 'easier on them than if they sat down face (o face In front of a nationwide TV hookup nml debated. Sen. Moody, Michigan Democrat .suggested they do just that. NBC President' Joseph McConnell ha offered them radio and TV time for a debate on the issues. Unless they've challenged one another in confidential correspond dice which hnsn't been revealed neither man has shown enthusiasm for the idea. All the issues in the campaign, RO far as the voters arc concerned, can be reduced to a couple of questions about the candidates themselves: (1) how well can they think and (2) what are their intentions it elected? One or the other of the candidates might wreck himself, but the voters would benefit, if Eisenhower and Stevenson had a face to face encounter in full view of the whole country on a TV screen. Neither would have the chance, if e wanted it, to find refuge behind gh pronouncements, vague prom- cs, or those generalities that rcale heal but not light. It's more comfortable for both .c other way, when one of them in say what he pleases without orrying that the other one, across table, will slop him cold with how was that again?" 2 Alexander Stores Entered, Robbed ·A L E X A N D E R--Officers of [·'ranklin County were Investigating ;he robbery of two business places which were broken into and prop crty valued at $200 taken. It was one of a scries of rghbcrics in various towns of North Iowa in recent days. The Fullcrton Lumber Company office was'entered'and a portable typewriter and money were'taken, the loss being about $200. At the Quaker Oats Implement store the loot consisted of guns, radios, shells in cases, fishing reel: and other articles, all of which were not immediately determined. Foreign Farmers to Visit Decorah D R C O R A H -- A foreign group who are touring the United States apcl attending the sixth International Grassland Congress at Pennsylvania Slate College, will stop for a noon luncheon in Decorah, Sept. 2. They are on a two day trip to Iowa to briefly visit experimental f a r m s and sec something of Iowa agriculture. . The picnic style luncheon will be served by the Winneshiek County rural women at Phelps Park in Decorah, according to Marge Fincham, county home economist. Co-Op Shows $259,000 in Year's Sales LITTLE CEDAR--The Little Ce- dau Co-Operative Elevator Association held its 44th annual meeting at the Little Cedar Consolidated School with about 75 members and guests present. The Co-Op was organized in 1908 as the Farmers' Elevator Association, and on April 2 of t h a t year the first board of directors was elected. Members of this board were M. F. McCann, F. W. Kruger, A. E. Walker, W. B. Danforlh, anil Ai McPhail. The first manager was 0. C. Wickey. That year t h c elevator showed a profit of $087.20. In. 1945 the Co-Op reorganized as the Little Cedar Co-Operative Elevator Association. Kenneth Knapp, the present manager, lias served the past 10 years in that capacity. Lioyd Counscll Jr., is the assistant manager. Henry Hockens. who has been a director for rriore than 40 years and whose term expires this year, asked not to be re-elected. Charles Church was named in Hockens' place; and Eugene Adams was reelected as a director. Other mem- bers oMhe board arc Alfred Steiert, Arnold Hultman, Forrest Ellison, Fred Hill and Sidney Winer. The total sales for the year June 1, 1951, to May 31,.1952, were ?259,000. And the gross commodity savings were $18,700. Frank Anderson, fleldman of the Grain Dealers' Association of Des Moincs, spoke on financing co- operatives, following the regular business meeting. · r [ Although Me s rive r antedated him, -Dr. Janies Braid of England is known as t h e ' inaugurator of hypnotism. Many of his theories concerning mental diseases laid the foundation for present day studies. ..." Look! open until 5:30 P. M. every day Fridays until 9 P. M. Butler Court Jurors Named ALLISON--The September .term f the District Court of Butlci Jounty will convene Sepl. 22 with Villiam P. Butler of Mason City ·residing judg^e. The trial jurors who will reporl n Sept. 29 at 10 a.m. have been Irawn by the commission and arc s follows: Albion Township, Howard Acker oil, Henry Buseman, Charles 31'iivcnga, Stanley Graham am 'clcr Krvise. Beaver, Ann Bollon nnd W. H Vleman. Butler, Harold Grapp, Clarence M a r t i n , F. G. Keints, Norman Sa ory, August Sieling and Lavern Slhrnm. Coldwalcr, Joseph Downing, Vac 3rallc, Frank Kingery, Cccile A \la.\son, Mrs. Margaret MacLeod Maze! McNalley, Liitnan L. Stee uul Mrs. Rulh Wagner, Day ton, Arclith Dclker, Georg lolmson and Mildred Young. Fremont, Vern Marletle. Jackson, William Fick. Jefferson, Martin Lubberi. Monroe, Louis Ontjes, Mrs. Fol kcvt Schoeneman and J. P. Wil iumson. Pittsford, Mrs. Orville ,-Brown Uurvol DeArmoun, Donald Maifel and xMrs. Heinie Uhlcnhopp. Shell Hock, Ilarlan Thompson. West Poiift, C. C. Fishel, Otto F Klundcr, Carl Scolt, Lloyd Tru and Dor6thy Wild. Bride Says "I Do Into Microphone N 0 R M A L, 111. (/n--The.bride peeked from her bedroom window and said, "1 do," into a portable microphone. The bridegroom and the rest of the wedding party stood below on the porch. It happened this way because Leta Ten Eyck was ordered to bed with the measles five hours before her scheduled church wedding to Jerome K. Denzer. Her parents hurriedly arranged to have wedding guests directed from the church to their home. When all was ready. Miss Ten Eyck, wearing her wedding gown and carrying a bouquet, appeared at her window just long enough for the exchange of vows. Then she went back lo bed. Two Tell of Camping in Southern Canada GARNER--The Garner Rotarj Club held its regular luncheon meeting at the Hull Cafe dining room and heard Hancock County Supt. Charles S. Whitney relate his experiences on his fishing ant camping trip in southern Canada and illustrated his talk with coloret: slides taken on the trip. Raleigh Beattic, son of Mr. anc Mrs. I. R. Beattic, told of. his camp ing and fishing trip in southern Canada as a Boy Scout. He ex plained in detail the technique re quired in portaging canoes am camping equipment from lake to lake. The Rh reference to your blooc on your donor card refers to the rhesus monkeys that were used for the initial experiments in deter mining the agglutination quality of the blood. Only 15 out of every 100 persons h a v u an Rh negative factor. GET AN EDUCATION IN ECONOMY!! HEADQUARTERS FOR NEEDS COST LESS at THE GOLDEN RULE VISIT OUR BARGAIN BASEMENT for STYLE .'. QUALITY . . and ECONOMY Shoes for the Family Men's Sturdily Built, High Style DRESS SHOES Many styles to c h o o s e from. Plain toes, wing tips, c a p s o r moccasin t o e. 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