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August 29, 1952

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 3

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' . · · · ' · · : · . " · : · ' ' ' f l l o b c - d a i e M e phnion by Schmldl LEARN OF OIL STORAGE--W. E. Kipper, (left) manager of Standard Oil Company at Mason City, explains a picture of that company's storage depot at Dubiuiuti to a group of teachers touring Mason City's business firms : and industries Friday. Second from left is Havley G. Webber, personnel supervisor ;at the Mason City office. TILE CUTTING OPERATION--Mason City teachers observed Friday the cutting of tile into standard sizes as it emerged from the die "in the millroom at plant No. 2 at the Mason City Brick and Tile Company. Operating the machine are Albert Bobeck and Emery Simmons. Other phases of tile making were obsreved by the group. AGED WOMAN DIES CHARLES CITY--Miss Augusta Clemens, 80, long-time Charles ft x T T ill CALL 731 City resident, died Thursday at the Cedar Valley Hospital where she had been a patient for several days. DIES IN C A L I F O R N I A THOMPSON--John Harlson received word of the death of his brother, Henry Harlson, 74, of Sausalilo, Calif., at the St. Joseph's Hospital in San Francisco. open until 5:30 P. M. every day Fridays until 9 P. M. iilioto Ijy C A N N I N G MEAT--Tho teachers who visited Jaco.b E. Decker and Sons watch canninK operations in one of the departments. They made a tour of the entire plant to observe a c t i v i t i e s and working- conditions in Mason C i t y ' s largest i n d u s t r y . Henry Groh Rites Held at Church Funeral scivices for Henry Groh, 74,. who died Sunday, \ycrc hole} nt the Bethlehem Lutheran Church Thursday afternoon, -with the Ucv.\C,'A, Hlnz officiating. Mrs. Williani Calkins ssmg, accompanied by-Mrs, c. A. l!inz,at the organ, Mrs,.Paul Stevenson and Mrs; Joe Shjma were in chnrgc of flowers/Edward, Flckcn and Gordon Schapcr wcro ushers., Pallbearers were" Gnlc Bull,,Vic- lor Groh, Richard Groh, August Groh, Jr., Frederick-Stephen and Ronald Carpenter.'Interment was at ElimvQoil, Comotory. Tho Majoi Funeral 1!ome\vas in'charge. ,_ Mainn Clt? ntnbe^GaieUe, M*IOB Cttj, Ife LOANS F.H.A. Daniel Bell Rites to Be at Rockwell Daniel Bell, former Cerrp Gordo County resident, died at Minneapolis, Minn., following a short illness. Services will be held Saturday at 1 p.m. at the Sacred Heart Cemetery at Rockwell with Father Raymond Bohrcr officiating. Surviving are three sisters, Rachel, Mary and Ann Belt of North Emerson, Minneapolis, and two brothers, Edwin Bell, 'Canada and Lot Bell, Minneapolis. He was preceded in' death by his mother, Sarah Bell, in 1936, who was a sister of: the late Edward and Hugh Coyle of. this vicinity. The Patterson-James Funeral Home is in charge. (ilalin-flaVede 'vliotu hy Mu»««r GET-ACQUAINTED COFFEE--The session for teachers at Sbylcs Press started with Bob Stoyles.as host for a gct-acquairttocl coffee at the new'retail store, 107 East State. One group visited the Stoyles plant in the forenoon and the Kayomiy Engraving plant in the afternoon and another group did the reverse. AUTHORIZED Sales Service PHONE 162 Home Appliance Co. 20 Second St. N. E. Service as you like it ai the United Home Bank Trust Co. ·'s Good Business To Save e 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.) i " I United Home Bank Trust Co., Mason City, Iowa 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 BACK TO SCHOOL--Ervin Moss, assistant manager of Aldens, 12 S. Federal,-in showing that store's special "back to school" display to a group oL' teachers who visited Mason City business places and i n d u s t r i e s Monday. The group toured the b u i l d i n g from the basement to the upper-floor business office to gain a bettor u n d e r s t a n d i n g of the store'f- operations. Young' R e p u b l i c a n s oE Ccrro Gordo County .Thursday evening outlined f i n a l plans for the North Iowa c a r a v a n to Kasson, Minn., Sept. C to h e a r 1)wight Eisenhower speak and heard a talk by Oscar Jewell, GOI' candidate for sheriff. Hughes Bryant, c a r a v a n chairman, discussed plans for the journey at a meeting with the organization a t ' t h e Hotel H a n f o r d . Workers reported a good response to the c a r a v a n idea. Twelve other North Towa counties have been invited to p a r t i c i p a t e . Escort P l a n n e d The c a r a v a n will organi/.c at 7:30 a.m. Sept. C. II. will line up on the old highway east of Highway 05 across from the A m e r i c a n Crystal Sugar Co. in north Mason City. A AS MONEY CAN BUY... » l o"eT«"9~»~i : "' I 2nd Name il joint account :s desired Address City .,. Slate i i See Your Local Denier Today; Ife will he pleancd If, ror- o r n m o n d t h e U N I T K D - 1IAGTK varieties especially bred for your noils anil season. Ash Abruil The $9,000 Corn Growing Contest " GEORGE M. WALTER Mason Ciiy LESTER KRUKOW Rockford highway palrot escort is planned all the way to Kasson. The caravan will follow Tlighway 05 from Mason City to Albert Lea and Owalonna, M i n n . A t ' O w a l o n n a I w i l l t u r n cast on H i g h w a y 14. Eisenhower will speak at noon al the Henry Snow f a r m between Dodge Center and Kasson. Bryant said no, effort w i l l be m a d e to keep the caravan in line for the return trip. He suggested t h a t ' t h o s e p a r t i c i p a t i n g b r i n g ' p i c - nic lunches. Robert Temple is in charge of banners and decorations for. the caravan. Ike banners will be handed out when the c a r a v a n lines up. Pledge Support Those wishing additional detail on the caravan may phone A. .1. Feency a I 5577-W, M r s . Don .1. FilxGoraid, 4975; Bruce Girton, 0284-M; Charles Sinclair, 4548-M; Janice Cromer, 4791-R. In his t a l k to the Young Hcpubli cans, .Jewel) declared " i t ' s ' t i m e Republicans of Ccrro Gordo County elected a Republican sheriff." At the conclusion of his speech the Young Republicans adrpte u n a n i m o u s l y a resolution pledging "particular" support to Jewell in his c a m p a i g n a g a i n s t J n c u m b e n Cat Dwan, a Democrat. Jewell told the Young Republi cans t h a t he pledged the following program, if elected: 1. More co-operation between all law enforcement agencies. 2. An end to the "trusty problem" at the county jail. 3. More information to the public on activities of the sheriff's office by making all records available to the press and radio. 4. Tv/enty-four hour a day service to the county. There will be someone on duty continuously to handle problems arising. Jewell said there had not been enough co-operation between the sheriff's office and the police department, adding, "I don't believe it's the police department's fault." Jewell said t h a t two years ago when he ran unsuccessfully for sheriff m a n y Republicans voted Democrat for that office. A Repub- l i c a n victory this year m e a n s a house c l e a n i n g from top to bottom, ha d e c l a r e d . D I E S IN CHICAGO CHARLES CITY--Adelbcrt Mi /.iski, 03, of. Chicago, formerly of J h n r l c s City, father of. Mrs. G. E. (.Jack) Churchill, of. Charles City, lied Wednesday in Chicago. Mr. Mimic i. operated a grocery business for 40 years. He Is survived by his wife, his d a u g h t e r here, and two sons, Norbcrl, oC 'Park, Calif., and R i c h a r d , ' of: Mason ty, besides 10 grandchildren. 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