Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on January 6, 1949 · Page 18
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VV''^ LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL STATE OF IOWA, Cerro Gordo County, ss. In District Court. No. 7058. October Term, 1948. To all whom It may concern: You arc hereby notified. That an instrument of writing purporting to be the last Will and Testament of Mary E. Webb, Deceased, dated September 29, 1948, having been this day filed, opened and read, Monday the 24th day of January, 1949, is fixed for hearlne proof of same at the Court House in Mason City. Iowa, before the District Court of said County, or the Clerk of said Court; and at 2 o'clock P. M., of the day above mentioned all persons interested are hereby notified and required to appenr, and show cause, if any they have, why said instrument should not be probated and allowed as and for the last Will and Testament of said deceased. Dated at Mason City, Iowa. December 37, 194B. S. H. MacPEAK, Clerk of District Court By EVELYN SLOCK, Deputy NOTICE OF THE APPOINTMENT OF ADMINISTRATOR STATE OF IOWA, Cerro Gordo County ss. No. 7066. Notice Is hereby given, that the undersigned has been duly appointed anc Dr. Horace Seymour Beemer Brick and Tile Building EXTRACTION OF TEETH X-RAY uglified as Administrator of the estate i strument of writing purporting to be the f Kuren Anderson, Deceased, late of la.st Will and Testament of A. A. Dun- erro Gordo County. All persons indebted o paid estate are requested to make im- icdiate payment; and those having laims against the same will present hem, duly authenticated, to the undev- igned for allowance, and file in the of- Ice of the Clerk of the District Court. E. A. E. ANDERSON MINES MOUNT, Attorney Dated December 31st, 1948 S. II. MacPEAK. Clerk District Court By EVELYN SLOCK, Deputy NOTICE OF AMENDMENT TO ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION OF UUNTKR-SEDAKS MOTOR CO. ' To Whom It May Concern: Notice is hereby given that the llunter- Sedars Motor Co. has duly amended its 4.r''''><?s of Incorporation as follows: Article Three of the Articles of Incor- loration relating to the amount of au- ;horized capital stock of this corporation shall be amended by striking out from the first sentence of the said Article the following: „ "Five Hundred (500) shares." and substituting in lieu thereof, "One Thousand U.OOO) shares." The first sentence of said Article Three after amendment shall be as follows: "Tlie authorized capital stock of this corporation shall be One Thousand (1.000) shares of common stock with a par value of (S100.00) One Hundred Dollars per share." Dated this 31s,t day of December. 1948 HUNTER-SEDARS MOTOR CO. By: O. R. Sedars, President. By: W. O. Hunter, Secretary. NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL STATE OF IOWA, Cerro Gordo County ss. In District Court. No. 70«4. Octobu: Term, 1948. To all whom it may concern: You are hereby notified, that an in avey. Deceased, dated Ap--il 11!, 1948. aviny been this day filed, opened and cad. Monday the 31st day of January. 943, is fixed for hearing proof of same t the Court Hoiisu In Mason City, Iowa, efore the District Court of said County. r the Clerk of said Court; and at 2 I'clotk P. M,, of the clay above mcn- ioned ull persons interested are hereby notified and required to appear, and how cause, if any they have, why said nstrument should not be probated and allowed as and for the last Will and Testament of said deceased. Dated at Mason City. Iowa, December 51, 1948. S. H. MacPEAK. Clerk of District Court By EVELYN SLOCK, Deputy is now or may hereafter be connected with said sewage system or that is in any way served by snirt sewage treatment plant in accoi dance with the following schedule: 40 per cent of the quarterly water bill for water used upon said premises. Section 'J. The minimum bill shall be CO cents por quarter and in the event said bill is not paid on or before the 10th day of the month in which the same becomes due, there shall be added as penalty thereto an amount equal to 10 per cent of the amount thereof. Section 3. Bills shall be rendered to water consun.ovs by adding to the water bills a statement showing the amount of the charge or rate sewer rental as i'UBUO NOTICE OK HEARING TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: PUBLIC NOTICE is Hereby given that Hearing will be hnd on January 17, 1949, at 7:30 o'clock p. m. in the Council Chamber, City Hall, Mason City, Iowa, on the following proposed Sewer Rental Ordinance: ORDINANCE NO. An Ordinance Establishing Rates or Charges for the Ust of the Sanitary Sewage System and Sewage Disposal System and Providing for the Payment of Such Rates and Charges by the Owners and Occupants at All Premises Which Arc Served by ;i Connection to Such Similars' Utilities Directly or Indirectly. Be It Ordained by the City Council of the City of Mason City, Iowa: Section 1. That there are hereby established just and equitable rates and charges for the use of the sewage system and facilities and sewage treatment plant maintained and operated by the City of Mason City. Iowa, which shall be paid by the owner and occupant of each lot. parcel of real estate or building which 102 South Federal Phone 860 DRASTIC REDUCTIONS ON CHILDREN'S COAT SETS ^ SNOW SUITS TODDLERS 1 ALL WOOL COAT SETS ORIG. 8.98.. NOW 1 5.98 . . NOW 7-97 16.98.. NOW 9-77 18.98.. NOW -19.98 10.77 GIRLS'SNOW SUITS 3-6x ORIG. 8.98 .. NOW 4«97 9.98 .. NOW 5-77 10.98.. NOW 5«97 | GIRLS'COAT SETS SIZE 3 to 6x ORIG. 14.98 .. NOW 7-97 15,98.. NOW 7»97 17.98.. NOW 9-77 18.98.. NOW 1Q.97 '» GIRLS' ONE-PIECE SNOW SUITS 6 Months to Size 4 ORIG. 6.98.. NOW 447 10.98.. NOW 5«97 INFANTS' CARRIAGE SUITS 11.98.. NOW 5»97 ORIG. 4.98.. NOW 2.77 SAVE! BOYS' COAT and LEGGING SETS REDUCED BOYS 7 COAT SETS SIZES 3 to 6 ORIG. 17.98.. NOW 12.77 15.98 " BOYS 1 SKI PANTS ORIG. 4.98.. NOW 2.97 herein provided and said bill shall be delivered on or about the first day of the month in which said bill becomes due. The charges herein provided for shall constitute a lien upon the property served by the sanitary sewer in each instance and in the event said sewer rental shall not be paid within the time and manner herein provided, then and in that event it shall be the duty of the City Engineer to certify such non-payment to the City Council, together with a statement showing the description of the property served, the name of the owner, the name of the occupant or consumer, together with the amount of the unpaid sewer charges. The Council thereupon shall adopt a resolution certifying to the cor- reclne-ss of said charges, a copy of which shall be certified by the City Clerk to the County Auditor of Cerro Gordo County, Iowa, whereupon said charges shall be collected in the same manner as other taxes as provided by Chapter 393 of the 1946 Code of Iowa. Section 4. In any case where sewage shall be discharged into the city sewer system from immetered water supplies or whenever a substantial amount of water mttered through the city water system shall not be discharged into the city sewage system, then and in such event, the City Engineer is authorized and directed to enter into a contract with the owner and occupant of the property so served wherein an agreement shall be made as to the amount of water, which shall be determined as entering into the sewage system and the basis for the charges thereon. Any such agreement shall be revokable by either the city or the property owner upon thirty-days' notice.. In the event the parly shall fail to enter into such agreement, then the property owner and occupant shall at their own expense furnish a meter either for the purpose of measuring the water discharged into the sewage system or for the purpose of measuring the sewage discharged into said sewage system. Section a. All moneys collected under the provisions of this ordinance shall be turned over to the City Treasurer as the same are collected and shall be kept by him in a separate and distinct fund to be known as the Sewer Rental Fund and shall bo xised only for the maintenance of the sanitary sewage system, consisting of the sanitary sewers and the sewage treatment plant and for such construction purposes as may be authorized by resolution of this City Council. Section (i. This ordinance shall be in full force and effect from and after the 1st day of July, 1949. Section t. Any person violating any provision of this ordinance shall, upon conviction thereof, be fined in a sum not exceeding $100, or imprisoned in the city jail for a period not exceeding thirty days. Any person interested may appear and file objections thereto. By order of the City Council of the City of Mason City, Iowa. H. E. BRUCE, Mayor. ATTEST: PEARL B. KELLOGG, Cily Clerk. Girls' Groups Meet and Elect Officers Charles City—Alice Anderson was elected worthy advisor Monday night at the regularly scheduled meeting of the Order of Rainbow Girls. Following the 6:30 p. m. dinner the officers and members of Rainbow convened and held their election with Helen Ferguson chosen as worthy associate advisor, Donna Campbell, charity; Betty Bissonnette, hope; Anita Wagner, faith; Lorna Moldenhauer, secretary; Sally Carbaugh, treasurer, and Julius Huxsol elected as Rainbow dad. There will be a public installation on Jan. 17. Girl Scout troop 10 met at the home of Mrs. Louis Gilmer, 407 Riverside drive, for their meeting Monday. The girls had an election of officers and elected Peggy Ann Cagley as president, Jill Allen as vice president, Nancy King as secretary, Joanne Sisson as treasurer, Marilyn Howe as social secretary and Patty Kuemple as scrapbook chairman. Mason CSly Globe-G»ie(le, Mason Clly, U. Jan. 5, 1949 102 South Federal Phone 860 C A I C | Savings on every pair! BUY NOW! VALUABLE SAVINGS ON EVERY ITEM Board Fixes Bounties Garner—Hancock county supervisors Monday set the schedule of bounties to be paid as follows: Fox, cub or adult, $2; wolf, $10; cub $5.00; ground hogs 25 cents, crow 10 cents and pocket gophers 10 cents. BOYS ' ALL WOOL FLANNEL PANTS ORIG. 6.98 . . NOW J.77 BOYS 7 CORDUROYS ORIG. 3.59 .. NOW 2.47 Made ESPECIALLY For BABY'S CHEST COLB to relieve coughs—aching muscles! Children's Mild Musterole is made especially for the average baby's tender skin. No other rub gives faster relief from coughs and that miserable achingfeelingofchestcolds. Musterole also breaks up painful surface congestion, bringing amazing relief. Child's MM MUSTEROLE Nationally Advertised MEN'S SOCKS NOTICE OF HEARING ON THE ISSUANCE OF STREET CONSTRUCTION BONDS OF THE CITY OF MASON CITY, IOWA Notice is hereby given that in the Council Chamber in the City Hall at 7:30 o'clock p. m. on the 17th day of January* 1949, the City Council of the City of Mason City, Iowa, will hold a hearing on the matter of the issuance of Street Construction Bonds in the amount of S56.- 000.00 for the purpose of paying for street improve"-tnts ill said City of Mason City, Iowa. PEARL B. KELLOGG. City Clerk of Mason City, Iowa. Men ! Get yours NOW ! Prices •will go right back up after this sale. Nationally advertised (you'll recognize their famous name on the label !) in smart argyle, stripe; clock, rib patterns... of part wool, lisle,' mercerized cotton, silky rayon! Both regular and slack lengths; sizes 10 to 13. NOTICE OF HEARING ON ESTIMATE Or LEVY FOR STREET CONSTRUCTION BOND TAX OF THE CITY OF MAJON CITY, IOWA Notice is hereby given that the following estimate of levy of the Street Construction Bond tax is on file in the office of the City Clerk, and that the same | will be considered by the City Council of [ Mason City, Iowa, at a meeting to be held in the Council Chamber In the City Hall at 7:30 o'clock p. m. on the 17th day of January 1949. Estimate of Levy 1. Amount of income for said improvement from sources other than taxation: Mono. 2. Amount proposed to be raised by taxation: Year Year of of Levy Amount Expenditure 1949 3,000.00 1950 1950 8,000.00 1951. 1951 8,000.00 1952 1952 8,000.00 1953 19.1H 7.500.00 1954 1954 7.500.00 1955 1955 7.500.0O 1956 195G 7,000.00 1957 3. Said funds to be expended to p.iy Street Construction Bonds under tho provisions of Code Section 39(3.22 of the Code of Iowa 1946. 4. Amount expended from said fund for U'ce purposes in 1947: None. 5. Amo..:r!> expended from said fund for like purposes in 194(i: None. PEAHL B. KELLOGG, City Clerk of Mason City, Iowa. 102 South Federal Phone 860 NOTICE OF HEARING ON THE ISSUANCE OF STREET IMPROVEMENT BONDS OF THE TITY OF MASON CITY, IOWA Notice is hereby given that in the Council Chamber in the City Hall at 7:30 o'clock p. m. on the 17th day of January 1949, the City Council of the City o Mason City. Iowa, will hold a hearing on the matter of the issuance of Stree Improvement Bonds In the amount o 575,000.00 for thr purpose of paying for improvements to certain -.Ircels in Mason C ; 'v, Iowa. PEARL B. KELLOGG, Cn> rierk of Mason City, Iowa. BATTERY SALE! Report Many Movings in Bristow Community Bristow —Carl Schrage of Bristow has purchaser! the residence in the south part of Bristow on highway 326 owned by Harley Duffield. Mr. and Mrs. Duffield and family will move March 1 to the farm owned by Mrs. Milo Flanignn northwest of Bristow. Mr. and Mrs. Claire M erf eld WINTER KING STANDARD GUARANTEED 24 MONTHS 12 95 exchange Guaranteed battery performance .. .yours at Wards low Sale price! "Standard" has 45 heavy duty plates ... 100 ampere-hour capacity! Equals or exceeds most original equipment batteries! Trade-in your old battery now, save on a "Standard"! • Long type "Standard". :... 11.95 exch. the tire that : B f grips all ways j have moved from the Schrage I anartments to the house owned by eorge Stewart in 1he northeast part of Bristow. Mr. and Mrs. Dotey of Clarksville have moved into the apartment vacated by Mr. and Mrs. Clarie Merfeld. Mr. Dotey is em- nlnycd on the C. G. W. railroad here. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Dralle have moved into the house they purchased in thp northeast part of R r i s t o w. Mr. and Mrs. Vern Dralle and family have moved into the apartment in the house owned by Charles Boylan, vacated by Floyd Dralle. GRIPS SIDEWAYS CRIPS SIDEWAYS C *'PS FORWARD 4 DAY SALE! ON WESTERN TRIP Fertile—Mr. and Mrs. Henry Vanden Bosch and Linda Kay drove to Boyden to visit relatives and on Monday they with Mr. and Mrs. John Grooters started on a trip to Redlands, Cal., where they will visit 2 daughters of the Orooters. They expect to be gone r> -weeks returning in tirne to be present at tho 50th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Grooters which will take place Feb. in. "Power Grips" ihe tire with the big knob tread that gives you super traction all ways . . . forwards, sideways, and in reverse . . . and it's sale-priced NOW! "Power Grips" are built to "plow through" where the going is toughest . .. through mud, snow, clay, and the soft roads of the back country "Power Grips" are the tire of tested dependability! Change NOW to 'Tower Grips" at this sale price! 12 95 Size 6:00-16 Plus Fed.Tax I 25 A WEEK BUYS 2 TIRES ON TERMS" Six. 4.40/4.SO-11 4.73/5.00-19 S.M/S.30-U J.1S/5.3O-17 6.00-16 4.50/6.70-75 6.50/6.7O-I6 7.0O/7.6O-15 7.00/7.60-16 fel* Me»« 11. 75 17.73 1J.73 11.93 12.95 15.40 15.13 1 7. tO 11.35 *T1v WARRANTED WITHOUT LIMIT TO MONTHS OR MILES USED -r.'ir.'T'-."fMlg-~

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