Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on December 27, 1948 · Page 14
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Air Reservists Meet Monday ' the S/Set strtftor - s anno "nced by ' Rainerson - un" in- and - lecture the and Contests Election to State Legislature . to the official canvass. . Roy smith based his contest on "" ~ disqual ficahon of 4 absentee voters ballots. He said the reason for disqualification was that election judges questioned the residence of the votes on the day of the election. Hisco, Inc., Has Filed Incorporation Articles Articles of incorporation were on file Thursday with the secretary of state in Des Moines for Hisco, Inc., Mason City, to deal m farm supplies and merchandise. Harry G.. Lewis is president and treasurer and L. L. Lee, vice president and secretary, according to the articles. The secretary of state reports 100 shares of no-par-value stock. Candidate Comes Clean Bismarck, N. Dak., (U.R)—Usher L. Burdick, North Dakota congressman elect, believes in telling the whole story when he files his campaign expenses statement. The statement Burdick filed with Secretary of State Thomas Hall included $115 for a new suit and $2? for shoes and shirts. Of the 13 species of rattlesnakes which inhabit the United States, 10 can be found in the southwest. We wish to extend our personal greeting and to wish one and all the Merriest Christmas erer. L A. PAGE LUMBER CO. 415 South Federal Good old St. Nick is bringing you our mes- sage of unbounded joy this glorious Christmas. Arnold's Auto Repair 115 South Madison Ph. 3680 May your Christmas foe one of joy and contentment. May your New Year overflow with food health. TYLER-RYAN FURNITURE CO. 23 Second St. S. E. Mason City to our friends and customers In our thoughts, the jolly smile on Santa's face, the twinkle in his eye, the goodness in his mellow voice, reflects the good wishes in our hearts for a joyous Yuletide. j. J. MCDONALD, MGR. ROBERT E. VARNER, ASST. MGR. EUGENE COTTRILL MILDRED BUSCH MARGARET SHEA 21 SOUTH FEDERAL, ^*^^ - ' ^ > ' >*i \ " „» ' shV->\? ->^S:S» ^' " />'% - > ~T>V "'' % T C ? v .^ i **&* - >^*-VV^,-v\r^%f* "s,\tU sp- < Hitler Leaves i Few Namesakes Vienna, (IP) — The self-styled "Greatest of All Austrians" is leaving only a few namesakes in his native land. Even after Adolf Hitler took over the country in the 1938 Anschluss, his first name was not popular with new parents. The 100 per cent nazis liked the nordic names of Horst, Dieter and Siegfried. Non-nazis wanted nothing to do with the name. A recent survey by government officials shows that parents are avoiding the name "Adolf" as they would the plague. The trend now is to forget the new-fangled nordic appelations and give offspring such old Austrian favorites as Franz, Josef, Leopold, Karl and Hans. The survey also shows that few girls are being named Karln and Edda, as they were duing the nazri occupation. Those arc the names of Herman Goering's first wife and daughter. In the time of Confuscius, the rabbit was bred for sacrificial uses in China. Always Another Day Chicago, (U.R)—Mrs. Mary Shaw, pert and cheerful at 95, was named Chicago's oldest grandmother, and revealed the secret of her "youth." "If something bothersome comes up, I think to myself there'll be another clay just around the corner," she r.nid. DERAILMENT BUCKLES BRIDGE—Sixteen cars of a Missouri Pacific fretghT'tffin plunged off an Arkansas river bridge near Watson, Ark., Wednesday and a span of the bridge buckled under the impact. Only Conductor G. F. Gunter of ParagouicTArk was slightly injured. '' University Has Active School of Religion Iowa City—Twenty-two years ago an idea was being planned at the State University of Iowa. That idea has developed into the school of religion. Progressing from a small group of men who discussed the possibility of teaching religion in state universities, the idea grew to a matter of importance. Committees were appointed to work out the basic steps for the estnblish- ment of a religion school and the groundwork was laid. The first step in the plan was the calling together of 2 representatives from each of the religious groups in the state. To this number were added the university representatives. Jews, Catholics and Protestants all had a voice —many of them meeting for the first time. It was this group that approved the plan and officially established the school of religion on the Iowa campus. Chose Faculty Choosing a faculty and an administrative director came next. On March 14, 1927, the position was offered to M. Willard Lampe who accepted, and who still holds the office. Lampe had held the position of national director of university work for the Presbyterian church. The school of religion adopted an inclusive inter-faith plan with spiritual understanding as its principal objective. Such a plan is designed "to present the facts of religion without indoctrination, to reveal both the differences and likenesses among the historic religions, and to study the tremendous role of religion in human culture." Perhaps the most risky stage of development was the selection of the faculty, and the attempt to weave the various religious faiths into the proper co-operative action. The idea wasn't easy to carry out, but the idealism of the venture seemed to make the difficulties smaller. Work Together Today, the teaching staff consists of Protestant, Catholic and Jewish professors working together for the betterment of the university. This united religious interest is apparent throughout the school. Students are offered a variety of courses involving the influence of religion in the world, and new plans are constantly being worked out for a practical working program. Guest lecturers are frequently added to the staff, such as Dr. T. Z. Koo has been this year. Dr. Koo, who is a scholar of world-wide reputation, teaches a course in Chinese culture. Such insights into religious life and practice indicate concern for a connection between education and a living faith. Truck Wreck Makes Christmas Mess Los Angeles, (/P)—Yuletide recipe: Take 360 quarts of milk, 40 quarts of Tom and Jerry batter, 12 NEW EDITION OF OTJR PRESIDENTS AND THEIR WIVES The new and enlarged edition of Our Presidents and Their Wives includes an added 6-page feature entitled "Interesting Facts About Our Presidents," and the latest facts about President Truman and his wife. It's mighty gripping reading for every American. This distinctive 56-p age illustrated booklet gives not only the essential historical facts concerning every president from Washington to Truman, and every white house hostess, but offers a condensed political history of the United States. Tables give the popular and electoral votes for every presidential election. It's an indispensable reference booklet. Twenty-five cents, postpaid. Use This Coupon The Mason City Globe-Gazette Information Bureau, 316 Eye St., N. E., Washington 2, D. C. I inclose 25 cents in coin (carefully wrapped in paper) for a copy of the booklet OUR PRESIDENTS AND THEIR WIVES. Name .... St. or R. R. City State (Mail to Washington, D. C.) quarts of eggnog batter, 600 eggs and 40 pounds of butter. Mix them up and what do you have? An awi'ul mess, reported police as they cleaned up a downtown intersection after a fully-laden milk truck loaded with the Christmas makings and a rubbish truck collided Thursday. U. S. Is Fair Gary, Ind., (U.R)—United States patents are granted only to the actual inventor, according to the National Patent council. In many other countries, the first to apply, despite the fact he may have pirated the idea from somebody else, may receive a patent. As gfows your Christmas candle today, so we hope will your fortune glow both today and forever. KUHN Auto Radiator Repair 109 South Delaware . . . for a Merry Christmas and our sincere thanks for your appreciated patronage. La James College of Beauty Culture 24 2nd St. N. E. Phone 974 ^•^^^^^^K^^^^t^^SS* r^S&Zg&f, Wj^-~^S^~ May your Yuleticle be enjoyed •with good cheer, good health and good friends. KATZ TA I LOR & CLOTHIERS "" 212 N. Federal Mason City In appreciation for your valued friendship we wish to express our sincercst wishes for A Merry Christmas, BALDUF-HAWLEY MOTOR COMPANY Your Studebakcr Dealer 626 South Federal A MERRY CHRISTMAS To each and every one of our many friends! K8H ELECTRIC 308 South Delaware We offer a toast to your health and happiness this joyous Yuletide. May it be the brightest one yet! MACE'S Complete Optical Service 21 East State Phone 577 Dr. R. J. Hanson, Opt. A 0 fi To all whose friend friendship w« cherish so much A Merry Chrisfma* A Happy New /ear HELEN'S BEAUTY SHOP HELEN L. SWEHLA, Prop, i North Federal . . Room 5 . . Phone 1484 Over Nichols and Green A warm and friendly wish of cheer, For Christmas and the coming year. 20 2nd Street N. E. Merriment, laughter, the shrill sound of children's voices, Christmas carols —we could name a hundred joys of the Yuletide- Season — May they All be yours!

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