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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 11

Mason City, Iowa
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Friday, August 29, 1952
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Mason Gity Calendar AUG. 2»--BusinesS-lndustry-EducallOQ Day. iEPT. Z--All Mason City schools icoptfn iEPf. »-l«--YMCA membership campaign. ·EPT. JO--El Kaiifr Shrine ceremonial, . il jr r ' T,'--North Central Iowa Rod and Gun Club's ninth annual Jlelil day, avj inUti west of Federal on 12th St. · N.W.i ·EPT. n--Fail stag and duck-calling contest, benefit of Ducks Unlimited, sponsored by Mallard Club, Community Hall, Ventura. ·EPT. 37--Iowa Illgh-Twelve convention. «E1»T. 3T--VFW and Auxiliary annual Poppy Day. 260 Teachers Joke City Tour Get Lessons HERE IN MASON CITY Mtson City downtown retail stores will be closed all day Monday for celebration of Labor Day. It is one of the six days during the year generally recognized as a holiday by Mason City merchants. $O8 to $9.98 n«w "autumn millinery." A complete showing of newest cloches, daring casuals, "sizzling hot," our College Miss groiip. The most important colors and materials. Loftus Hat Shoppc, 8 1st St. N. W. Boomhowtr's for Urge group of gas stoves for heating and cooking. Pap«r H«»dquart«rs. Shepherds. Mr*. C. R. Messer and R. A. Potter of Mason City are among 41 persons elected to membership in the Stale Historical Society of Iowa during August, according to word from .Dr. William J. Petersen; superintendent. 180 Spred Satin c o l o r s at Payne's. For re-upholstering. Ph. 2277. Evans Upholstering Shop. G21 S. Fed. Efficient tuning service by member of American Society of Piano Technicians. Kenneth H. Larson, 118 21st S. E. Phone 3317W. Two North lowans, Vernon Huk- stein, Osage, and Jerry Bolter, Mason City, are attending .Communications Technician's School Eor 40 weeks at the U.S. Naval Station in San Diego, Calif. "A single trial tells the tale.' Let Lyons launder your shirts. Ph 600. Success can be easier and come sooner if you prepare for a Busi ness Career. Start your program Sept. 1 at Hamilton. Register now Closed Labor Day weekend, Aug 30-Sept. 1. Open Sept. 2. Laundrite Self Serve Laundry. Mrs. Hugh H. Shepard, president of the Third District Republican Women's Club, and Mrs. Don FitzGerald, president of the Mason City Republican Women's Club were in Waterloo Thursday to attend a parly workshop. W h i l e there Mrs. Shepard completed arrangements for a big district meet ing of Republican women to be held'there Oct. 9. For Rent or Sale: New and usee accordions. Lessons. Mrs. Potter 231 4th N. W. Get your travelers checks at- the First National Bank of Mason City Convenient and safe. Rummage Sale Circle 8, 1st Meth odist Church Sat., Aug. 30 at 1529 N. Fed. pholu OF WIRE--Teachers from Mason City Schools inspect some of the miles of wire in the exchange building of the Northwestern Bell Telephone Company in Mason City. Echvard Sippet, wire chief (back to camera'), was host for one of the three groups making- the tour of the building in connection with Business-Education Day. DESTINATION FOOD--Mason City teachers learn from Dee.Dibbie^Oef'th sales nuuia-" gei- for the International Minerals and Chemical Company plant in Mason City, how the artificial fertilizer helps to produpce food on North Iowa farms. They arc viewing the sulphur division of the plant. Committal Services for Joseph Reardon at 10 a. m. Saturday Joseph Reardon, infant son o Mr. and Mrs. John T. TCcardon, 2 22nd S. E., died at birth at 9:45 a.m. Friday at a Mason City hospital. Surviving are the parents, three brothers, Larry, Dennis and Johnny Kay, and the grandmother, Mrs. Catherine Reardon, Mason City. Committal services will Uc held at St. Joseph's Catholic Cemetery Salurday at 10 a.m., with the Rt Rev. Msgr. Patrick, Malone officiating. The McAuley and Son Funeral Home is in charge. TESTING LABORATORY--Glenn Gilbert, chemist for the Northwette^'states land Cement Company, shows the visiting teachers some of the tests which arc conducted constantly at the plant to assure that its product meets all specifications. The ancient Egyptians ofler mummified animals, birds anc fish. u WE MOVE ttore, -- businesses -- household furniture and equipment . . . well you name it, and WE'LL MOVE IT. HEIMENDINGEfc on Business, Industries A total oC 260 public and paro- hial school teachers got a lesson n Mason City Friday, They loured the city on the third iiuii! ..Business-Education Day ponsored by the Mitson City hivmbcr oC Commerce. .Twenty-one Mason City firms /ere hosts lo the teachers during ho diiy lo acquaint, (hem will; nislness, industry and cil'y govern nenl. : The program began at tho Mason lily High School Auditorium. Nate iQvinson, chairman of Iho Cham ber's education committee, and C ·V Weaver, Chamber president ;poke briefly. Msgr. A r t h u r J Jrecii of Holy Family School nut upl. Lawrence ShepoLscr respond id. After the meeting at Ihu higl i'chool the groups begun a tdiii- q he city and wore taken to liinchebt y tho various firms participating The firms acting as hosts in iludcd Aldcns, the American Crys al Sugar Company, Blanchnrds rtusoh Cily Fur Shoppe, Jacob E Decker and Sons, the First Na ional Bank, the Intornalioiuil liar vester Company; International Min crals and Chemical Cnrpor/ition Kaycnay Engraving', Sloylcs Press KGLO.'KIUl), M a r s h a l l and Swift he Mason Cily Airport, the Mnsm ~ity Brick and Tile Company, UK Uason City Globe-Gazelle, UK Northwestern Bell Telephone Com a'hy, t h e Northwestern S t a t e Portland. Cement Company, tli Standard Oil Company, Slate Bran Creameries and the United Horn Hank and Trust Company. NEWS of RECORD Divorces Filed K l i l o I'. I.enter against Jiihn K. l.edl in groundl! of c r u e l t y . Sill asks li!iu|i r u r y mill p e r m a n e n t ullniiin;, r u n H i i n a b l import)' s e t t l e m e n t anil a t t f l r n u y ' * fee M a r r i e d J u u n :lll, I1PI17. Marriage Licenses I'-rniiuli J. Nelicl, ad, D n b u q u e , anil Ann (rllib:u, Hi M J M I I I oltyi Clmrlcn ttn Williams, ^1. SI. I t e c k l c y , \V. Ya., anil »; crly Kose Drr, Ml,' St. 1'jiul, Mlim.i En XeKe II. l.anntll);, ill, anil K n D i r y n An llelvlck. !!1, I.nlhi uf Mason City I Dona Dcun Wall, -M, Wa9lilii(lnn, D.C., al Sally Kny Ecker, III, Dtninn O l l y ( « l ) n u . Inii Itcriiaril Sehnifill, (7, uni! I t n r b a r A Jca Yovnic, "», b u l l i or isianiiii S l l y i V O Vnage, leirul, II»nlonlou'i, anil M a r i t . lfcr, legal, Clear l.ukcl l.allay Jnme I-'rani. i!K, anil Violet Mae M n l a l m n , :l mill of S(. 1'atili Roller! (leiio A n i l e r i n i ,M, M l i i n c a p n l l i t . anil J u i l l l l i Ann S n l l l v a II), Wuyr.ata, .Illiin. Fire Calls At H;0tt | Thnrnday lo front of ] 'lid S.I-:., nil leaking f r o m truck. Clear Lake Court Kmliinccrlnjc l . l f e -- K y l e ItcynaliU, lloon f i n e d 'U5 uiul ntnltl. New Car Sales menu M. Sherman, 1:15 U l l h K . I V , , (Jhcv rotet. Police Court Mi»«» City ()Ub.-r,jett«, Mnon CHr. »a. Aug. W, 1951 . ninb«-G»«fl« pilot"*' by ,Cllb*'. LEAVE FOR AIR VORC13--Six North lownna loft (ho United Stales Aiv Force Recruit--, intf station in Mason City Thursday for DCS Moines to complete their enlistment. · Those men will be flown i'rbm Dos Merinos to the Parks Air Force Base at Pleasanton, *, Calif., wliere they will take their indoctrination training. Prom left to right (back row) ,'· CO Leonard J, Nappe and llonald K. PctorabtirKt Joice; Allen J. Berg and the men arc Charles L. Johnson, Northwoocl; (front; row) Northwood. Andrew C. L a n d . a n d Harry J. Land, · (U'bo-q»ieUejhoLo .(IT Olbbt LUXURY-MINDED--Two of the groups ol! teachers took turns visiting Blanchards Jewelry and the Mason City FLU- Slioppo in the forenoon and afternoon. The forenoon group at BJaricharda is admiring the showcase display in the store. ,, , .. ; -* 'Islicr. 1(1 l u l 8,13.1 John II, l.lmlstrom, West !"» Mollicii cucll f o r f e i t e d {I. Realty Transfers Swiirncr. l l u l i e r i · K. nuil ISvelyn, to An u c l l e ' A , UoriKrlliH. »l, OV1H H, 1IIH I t , n! J.ol !.'!, [Jilt. .",, I l i n . I'urk A(1,1, lo M. )., 8-M-.T,'. · ,' ·": ShiTiunii. .luliii II. iiml Ureluhitn K,, In Un. dm. Die. 'If, Co., I I , WI» I,ill H. lllk. II (if K.nst I ' u r k I'hicc, nil Add. to M. C., H-VEI-iM. \ Y o l B f H i l , Joli'n J. nnil Cell* K,, \n C'r.lln H. WolnlYloV SI, (Wl» KU iinillv. Vi Int. Lot 1:1, WU. I K , W l l l i i w l i r n n k Adil. tu M. O^ r ex, c n m m , at Hl^ chriipr of anli] lot l l i u n c e N K I y lUi.nif )·:. lillle oTLot III, Kl.H tl. 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A t u r h l s t ill. ill. n a t n o ail- l r r s K , c a n e i l i H / n l n n e i l i J e r r y iMac (;rnlg, m IOH JeKernun S.W.. :tfl i l n y s (n ell; jail, KiiH|ieiideil on nooil liehavlnr. T M l i i p Oliscenr, l.miftu.iKC. In n. 1'nlillc 1'lacc--ArnolJ (i. K l r k b e r m li'i, I Ml Sntl S. W.. S i f t and c o A l s or rive i l n y K . O v e r t i m e r n r k l t i K -- GnrnUlliie tluim, t)e« I o l n e n ; llelvo. IJnmeM, K i r k A p a r l i n e n U l H'llierl D ^ v i i M i n , '.all l!ith N . l C . i liny Car- w e l l , ClKnr l.akel Mrs. U. · II. I.ulx, IIII7 M a d l N o n N . W . ! I.. A. Moe. ^T,i H. Ted- rral! It. V. K c l s o . I 11.1 I ' n m a y l v i i i i l a S. 1C.I D n a n c J n h i i K o n , li:trt I ' e n n K y l v L i t i f a S, K.I I). VV. Crlppen, M i l 7lli N . W . I .lamrn Cnr., llonlc X. Mnson C i l y : Itolerl II. M i l l e r , ^O.'K l l n r d l r i p t S . W . i l)r;iu 'rimm, Nnra S p r l n f f s l Manon City Jlrnallca.ltlnir Co.. :1 r /a :!iul S.W.i K. I.. r u r r l t i K t n n , tin Hill N. 1C.i C'llfroril l.'arlson, ^S'eslnyt Hoy Arnnnil- soil, .'ifill ;lrd N.i:.i Mm. M e r l y n A n K r l l . D.laRC! Mrs. f.. A. (,'arnjll. l l n r l t l n r i l : M. K a u f m a n . B'iU Vrrlnonl S,IC., racli for- f e l l e d II; II. C. I'llher. 10 Ml 8 . K , . N n than L r i r l i e r , 10 W e . f l v l c w D r i v e , each lor- felled J'i for I wo violation*. I m p r o p e r rarklnfr--·!. f. Cooilrjch, I III N*. F e i l r r a l : M a r y t ^ m l ( ' u x u n l t y (,'n., Sp err ( ' h r m l c a l Co.. r i l l t l n i r g . K a n . ! I I . Mrs. J. Cordle Rites Tuesday Services to Be at Mason City Chapel Mrs. John (Arinn E.) Cprdlc, :)8 died nt n Mason City hospital early Friday morning, following an ill ness. She had Jived in Mason City 2') years. Mrs. Cordle was born ,luu. 7 1014, at Clarksvjlle. She c a m e In Mason City from I'nrkcrsbur^ in J!)28, and had made her home here since that lime. She was a member of St. James Lutheran Church. Surviving are her husband, Ihrcc sons, Holand, in the U. S. Navy EMIL C.MARTIN INSURANCE AGENCY 8 Nhilh Street N. W. rHONrc 23!)o llobort and Klchnrd nt homo, -two laughters, Jo Ann nnd Bomuo at ionic, her falher, Hcrnuui Boom- jnrden, Parkcrsburg, and t\vo jrollicrs, Lubbo nnd Maiiln JJoom- ,'avden. Mason City. She wns preceded in dei^th by her mother, in October, 19'1G, and by one son, Funeral services will be held nt the Major Memorial' Chnpcl at 2 p. m. Tuesday, with the lley. 13. A. Biedcnmiiin, pastor of St. James Lutheran Church, officiating. Interment \viU be at Memorial Park Cemiitcry, Friends m n y call at tho Major Memorial Chapel after 2 p. m. Sun dny until the I t i n o ' o f sorvlbos.' Pvt. Harold Kaler With Army Signal Corps in Korea Pvl. Harold M. Kalcr; son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kaler, !)08 8th S. E., Is serving with the I Corps of lie' 5ist Signni BaUan'on i Ctilcr, a switchboard· operator/en-* cred tlio Army In November, 1051^The 5isC, Bnttalloti'"furnishes andw services tclophono' and? very hlgjfc! !rcquoncy radio'equipment for'thW I Corps, Pvt, Kalcr's wile, Zena,^ lives in. Shell City, Mo. v ' *» " ' "'- · i * E R W I N R I T E S SET l ^ OSAGte -- Funeral services 'for^ Katc.Envin, 85, will be held Saliir-3 day at 9:30 a. m. at _Sl. Poter'sf'* Catholic Church at Nc\v H«iven,"t \yith burial in Mount Cavalry Ccm-i etcry, lliccvlljc. She died Tuesday 1 ? in n nliMlng 'home at Mason,.City.'£ She Was m'airicd in 1888 to Edward ·* Erwin. Jfc filed In 1802. Sho leaves^ a daughter, Mrs. A. ,T. Byrnes, ij Dr. Glen M. Krbgh DEHTIST 611 Brick 'T«lc Bldg. PHONE 1189 TRIES LINOTYPE MACHINE--Sister Mary St. Judc, of St. ,Tose]h's Catholic School, tried out a Linotype machine when the teachers visited the Globe-Gazette Friday. Bert DuSold, machinist, is showing her how to operate the machine. Teachers visiting the newspaper office and plant included also Sister Mary Kevin, St. Joseph's School, Sister Mary Adalbert and Sister Mary Regis of Holy Family School, Carl Betts, Mrs. Nellie Whitesell, Marion Weaver, Betty Anne Patten, Doris Clutter, Susan Grundman, Katherine Walker, Irene Vcsey, Lorene Quinn, Mildred McDonough, Mrs. Ray M. Sykes, Lena Gutknecht and Donna Krzisnik. ADAMS PRESCRIPTION PHARMACY "Where Pharmacy Is a Profession" 21 E. State St. PHONE 872 Butler County Calls Seven Men to Service ALLISON" -- The Butler County Selective Service board ordered the following to report for induction Sept. 2: Frank W i l l i a m Salgc, Bristow; Marvin Arthur Heitland, Aplinglon; Vernon Dale Rindels, Brislow; Glen Alfred Kramer, Shell Hock; George Vernon Lccr- Ihoff, Clarksvillc; William Wesley Tinncl, Plainfield, and Ronald Wayne Fox, Brislow. DENTIST PRACTICE LIMITED TO PLATE WORK 302 SOUTH FEDERAL Mason Cily CEDAR RAPIDS DESMDIN SIOUX CITY NOTICE! to City Heat Customers HOT WATER WILL BE PUMPED INTO THE MAINS Tuesday Morning September 2 Please sec to it that alf openings in radiators and piping are closed to prevent damage. PEOPLES GAS ELECTRIC HOTEL HANFORD MASON CITY. IOWA The Pride of North Iowa The Social Center of North Iowa The Convention Hotel of North Iowa We have completely rehabilitated our Hotel, so that now, our HOTEL HANFORD is modern throughout. Delicious food, properly prepared, is served at popular prices in our air conditioned Coffee Shop. OFFICIAL AAA HOTEL STRICTLY FIRE PROOF FREE PARKING DAY AND NIGHT HOTEL OWNER MANAGED OUR ONLY HOTEL / : if

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