Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on December 27, 1948 · Page 16
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 16

Mason City, Iowa
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Monday, December 27, 1948
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in the picture, has the measles. Russia Reveals Student Totals Moscow, (#>)—This year there are 73,000 full-time students in higher educational institutions in the soviet union. In primary and secondary schools of the nation there are now 34,000,000 pupils. Both of these enrollment figures are official—have been printed in the soviet press and were repeated by Foreign Minister Molotov in his speech on Nov. 6—and both represent the highest enrollment to date recorded in the soviet union. Gets Quota Quickly Madison, Wis.,—As far as Loren Wilson is concerned, Wisconsin's 9 day deer season ended 10 minutes after it began. The Madison garageman started to hunt at 7 on the morning of opening day. At 7:10 he shot a 160 pound'buck. Wisconsin laws permit 1 deer to a hunter during a season. Cubs Have "Christmas Party Every Day" in Harding School Pack _ Cub Scouts of pack 9 at Harding school report "a Christmas party every day" at the homes of the den mothers. In each case the Cubs exchange gifts and wrap those made for their mothers Christmas trees, special treats and refreshments have been enjoyed at each. A new den of Bobcats met at the home of Mrs. Willis White 1224 Rhode Island N. E., and also visited at the H. E. Rosenkild home 317 13th S. E., to view the Candy Scene" and make apple Santas to take home. Ben 1 held its party at the home of Mrs. Richard Hahn, 925 15th N. E., Mrs. P. W. Collins, assistant den mother, and Lloyd Tagesen den chief, also attended. Den 3 met at the Harold Maass home, 929 8th N. E., together with the assistant den mother, Mrs. John Smith, and the den chief Larry Scheef. ' Jimmy Wells, recently home from Univeristy hospital at Iowa City, attended the den 2 party at ^e home of Mrs. I. H. Wilkins, 1948 Carolina N. E. Den Chief Larry Weston assisted. Francis Meier was honored on his 12th birthday at the den 4 party at the home of Mrs. F J Huzl, 813 15th Place N. E., his mother providing the cake. Mrs. Howard Clearman, assistant den mother, and Den Chief Howard Myli also attended. To Everybody WAGNER COAL CO. 1130 South Carolina Swiss Will Ban Big Headlights Bern, Switzerland, (/P)—Automobiles with sealed-beam headlights will be banned in Switzerland from Jan. 1, 1949. Swiss road regulations were amended in 1946 to permit the introduction of American automobiles fitted with sealed-beam lights. After a 2-year trial, the Swiss government decided that the lights were too powerful for conditions on the narrow Swiss highways, where cyclists and pedestrians outnumber the automobiles. A new government order forbids the registration of new cars with sealed-beam lights after Jan. 1. All such lights already in use must be replaced before the end of 1949. YULETIDE WISHES n May the Peace and S S Happiness of Christ- £ mas brighten your day g and remain with you jf all through the year $ to come' 1 K Herb & George Radio Service I 9 Second Street S. W. REFLECTION OF CHRISTMAS CHEER The jolty smile on Santa's face, the twinkle in his eye, the goodness in his mellow voice reflect the good wishes in our hearts for a joyous Yuletide for each and every one of our friend*. 3 South Federal Ave. Farmer Dies When Fire Destroys Home Corning-, (/P)—William Schooling, about 83, retired farmer of near Mt. Etna, burned to death early Thursday when fire of undetermined origin destroyed the home where he lived alone. Schooling apparently burned to death while he slept. Neighbors discovered the blaze after it was out of control and were unable to rescue him. Miami Herald Union Printers Walk Out Miami, Fla., (U.R)—Miami Herald union printers went on strike Thursday. The Herald International Typographical union members (AFL) voted 234 to 4 to walk out, effective immediately. Herald officials said the paper will come out on schedule Friday It will be printed by the varitype method, a process used by Chicago papers since union members went on strike 13 months ago. Marshall Recovers From Operation Washington, (/P)—Secretary of State George C. Marshall is recovering steadily from his kidney operation and may be discharged from Walter Reed hospital next week. He will require a period of rest and convalescence after he leaves. Mrs. Marshall indicated Thursday that she anticipates the convalescence may be fairly lengthy She told reporters the general is not recovering as rapidly as she had hoped. West-Union Brothers New Polio Patients Iowa City, (#>)_TWO West Union brothers were added Thursday to the list of active poliomyelitis cases at University hospitals here. Six cases are now under treatment. Gerald Cook, 26, and Robert Cook, 23, are the brothers, both of who are in "fair" condition. They were admitted to the hospitals Tuesday. NEW CURE? Livingston, Mont., (/P)—Mrs. O. T. Osen of Big Timber and her brother, Pete Egeland, were hustling her son, Albert, to a hospital for treatment of an appendicitis attack. Their automobile struck a cow and overturned. Mrs. Osen suffered head injuries and Egeland's back was hurt so they required treatment at the hospital. Albert not only escaped injury in the wreck but all signs of the appendicitis had vanished by the time they reached the hospital. Paneless Pheasant Hunt Denver, (£>)—George K. Smith went hunting but it was Mrs Smith who bagged the family's only pheasant. A low-flying bird crashed through the living room window in the Smiths' south Denver home. It was a pretty expensive pheasant dinner, Smith said—$9.85 for a new window. First Woman Engineer Oslo, (JP) —in 8 months the Norwegian merchant fleet will have its first woman engineer. Tora Skaltyeit has attended a 2 year technical school, and is now serving the required time of 15 months as a stoker in the engine room of the ship "Ternefjell." CHRISTMAS! TIP TOP TAVERN 516 South Federal sl^^^W pected to be 80 cars long by the time is reaches the port of New Orleans. Those participating in the program, front row, left to right, are the Rev. Albert Farmer, Des Moines, Iowa CROP director; the Rev. Holger Nielsen, Cedar Falls; Kirk Fox, Iowa CROP chairman and editor of Successful Farming; Father John Gorman, Granger, Iowa Catholic War Relief services representative, and standing before the mike, John D. Metzler, chairman of the board, national CROP committee, who made the acceptance speech. In Cerro Gordo county, Grant township Thursday when into the lead in the CROP drive by reporting a total of $627.62 to Treasurer Roy B. Johnson. Chairman R. M. Hall has asked all workers to report progress to date to Johnson at the First National bank in Mason City. The county's rural and town schools Thursday made a partial To Our Customers and Friends A MERRY CHRISTMAS -fv IJULSONS WATCH & 439 FOReSTCRS BLDG 1 Season's Greetings To our friends and customers . . one and all ... go our sincere and best wishes for the best Yuletide ever! IDEAL PLUMBING & HEATING CO. Phone 705 * * seASoirs GROTGS * * Hawkeye School Supply 7 South Delaware Ave. First Door South of Western Union if .Wifsl^l What better time than Christmas tin* to wish you all the good things in life!' * Central Auto Electric Co. Mason City, Iowa phone 143 report of $237.24 which will be sent directly to Des Moines The total for rural schools was $59.30 ?i°£ k 9 vne11 $44 ^ 4 and P1 y m °uth' ipiJJ.20, according to the county superintendent's .office. Queens county, New York, was i? d for horse rac es as early as ibbo. We send greetings our warmest for a very happy Yuletide holiday and a prosperous, healthy New Year to you. KINNEY'S 17 South Federal Stand Long Enough for Nuptial Booking Sioux City, (#)—The cast of the musical Oklahoma left here Thursday after completing a 3-day booking, a booking that proved just long enough for 2 of its members to become one. Dancers Ray Kocuik, 21, New York City, and Ann Sparkman, 24, Nashville, Tenn., were married Wednesday in district court by Judge George W. Prichard. _ It takes 3 days to obtain a marriage license in Iowa. Austrians Rap Military Toys Vienna, (&)— An appeal to th« people of Vienna, asking them not to buy "military" toys for their children this Christmas has been made by Lord Mayor Dr. Theodor Koerner and representatives of the 3 Austrian political parties. The appeal referred to the misery suffered by the victims of the last war and asked the population not to "plant the seed of future misery in the souls of our children." TO YOU! one and ALL R. L DIXSON IMPLEMENTS 633 South Federal Phons 1126 1 X >BK <*<»**«»« A Merry Christmas to All! One of the nicest pleasures of the Christmas season is the opportunity it gives for every member of Damon's to extend a "Merry Christmas" to all their friends. Damon's know that it is your friendship and patronage that have made their store a success and in 1949 they will continue to offer you the game quality merchandise and fine service that you like. 7o know and serve you is a real pleasure. And it is with warmest wishes that Damon's says—"A Merry Christmas to AH."

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