Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on December 22, 1948 · Page 13
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Crty Colend or I > ••••• « HEREIN MASON CITY . John 1> Ph> 1358 'W. Monday frS^' Jr>> arrlv *<* here can %ya fia Lovely wallop*, at Paynes. announced rOBam O'Brien p a l n , s at shepherds. at 8 p. m. « "Insurancewise." Let Bob or Jerry do it. Ph. 321 A S tt e: Grey Bomb ay fur coat 4, like new. Call 538. d A V*™ 161 "' ne Ph«w of A. Thomas, 514 Pennsyl- vaiua N E., is presently training as an air force technician at the air force _ technical school at Fort Francis E. Warren, Wyo. His father is Paul Fuller of Nora Springs. For that bite between meals _ eat Dixie Cream Donuts. Fresh daily at 318 N. Del. Ave. Ed Finnegran Tailors, relininr, reweaving, alterations, repairs Men's and ladies'. Ph. 498. 24 1 St. S. E. Mr. and Mrs. Monnie Mitchell of Mason City and Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Volkman of Nora Springs have returned from a 2 weeks' vacation trip visiting . friends in North Carolina, South Carolina and Kentucky. All Mason City stores will be open Wednesday and Thursday nights until 9 o'clock, for your Christmas shopping convenience. Bernard Hoff, with the Air Cadets, Waco, Texas, arrived Monday to spend the holiday season with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. George W. Hoff, 329 6th S. W. Don't forsret Sweetheart tea biscuits or Parker House rolls for your Christmas dinner. Order them early at your grocer's. -- - — • - i Charges of Forgery and Auto Larceny to Be Filed Here Two men have been returned here, . one from Albert Lea and one from 1 Beechwood, Ind., to face charges of. larceny of a motor vehicle and forgery respectively. They are both being held in the county jail pending preliminary hearing. Glen Yerhopt, Albert Lea, was brought here by a deputy sheriff on auto larceny charges based on a concealing of mortgaged property statute. He is alleged to have owed money to Emil Klang, 107 29th S. W.,.due on a car he bought from Klang and later to have sold the car without paying for it, a deputy sheriff stated. A forgery count has been placed against Don F. Mills, Beechwood, Ind., who was employed here for several months recently. He was arrested at his home and returned here by a Cerro Gordo county deputy sheriff. The word "hymn" was originally used by ancient Greeks for a song or poem in honor of gods, heroes or famous men. Plan to Install Dust Collectors in 1949 k I m i m —. ******** « a. - ^ N. W. States Puts Million in Construction Plant to Operate Until Bins Are Full The million dollar post-war construction program of the Northwestern States Portland Cement company is about half completed, Gen. Hanford MacNider president and general manager, revealed Tuesday in the management's report to the stockholders at the annual meeting of the firm. Still planned for 1949 are the new dust collectors, turbines, generators, air separators and the proposed changes in wash houses, the president said. Installation of the dust collectors will go forward about March 1 with the arrival of the motors, he said, and it is hoped to have it completed by fall, depending on the manufacturers supplying the necessary equipment. The collectors will practically eliminate all dust from Northwestern States, he said. Overpass Completed Already completed are the overpass on Federal avenue and the creek bridge east of it by which rock will be brought from the new quarry to the plant. Development of the 300 acre quarry will continue but it is not expected that any rock will be used from it in 1949, according to Gen. MacNider. The last year was a very profitable one because of the heavy demand for cement, he told the stockholders. There is every prospect that that demand will continue well into 1949, he added. While shipments now have practically stopped because of the closing of the construction season, the plant will not shut down until the bins are full. It is expected that this will be accomplished in time for the opening of the 1949 spring construction season, he said. Officers Re-Elected Ten of the directors were reelected by the stockholders. They are Gen. MacNider, B. A. MacDonald, Peter Andersen and Charles E. Strickland,' all of Mason City; E. C. Fruden, Dubuque; William Stern, Fargo, N. Dak.; S. T. McKnight, Minneapolis; R. J. Tearse, Winona, Minn.; William Chamberlain, Saratoga, Cal., and Edwin White, St. Paul. Byron Gunderson, Kenyon, Minn., was elected in place of his brother, R, T. Gunderson. The usual dividends were declared. The board met after the stockholders meeting and re-elected the officers: Gen. MacNider, president and general manager; B. A MacDonald, vice president and assistant general manager; E. C. Fruden, vice president; Peter Andersen, secretary-treasurer, and G. R. Leaman, assistant secretary and assistant treasurer. Night Chauffeur's License Renewal Schedule Planned Chauffeur's license renewals in Cerro Gordo county will be available on an accelerated schedule beginning Wednesday, Sgt. Lou Krieger, head of the Mason City patrol office, announces. The patrol office at. 15^ 2nd IN'. E., will be open Wednesday night from 7 to 9 p. m., and again on Tuesday and Thursday nights of next week, Dec. 28 and 30. The office is open for renewals from 8 to 5 each day except Sunday but will be closed Saturday for Christmas. Renewals may also be made with the driver's license examiner at the Cerro Gordo county courthouse on Thursday and Friday of this week during regular courthouse hours. The courthouse will close at noon Friday, however. A total of 1,236 chauffeur's permits have been issued for 1949. There were more than 1,700 in 1948. Mu*n City Otot«-Qi««tU, MUM city. la. Dec. 21, 1949 21 Northwestern States Owned by 830 Stockholders In 39 States The 198,658 shares of common stock which make up the capitalization of the Northwestern States Portland Cement company in Mason City are owned by 830 men, women and children, according to Gen. Hanford MacNider, president and general manager. These owners are scattered throughout 39 states in the union, Porto Rico, the Hawaiian Islands*- Hypnotism has been known for centuries, to the Persian magi and Indian yogis and fakirs, among others. Who Can Open An Account? A Savings Account may be owned and held absolutely, or in trust by any person (single, married, adult or minor) or by a partnership, association or corporation. Two or more persons may hold an account jointly. . Dividends a,re declared as earned on each June 30th and December 31st. There are no withdrawal penalties or fines; you receive the amount invested plus the earnings credited to your account at the time of withdrawal. MUTUAL FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION 19 First St. N. E. Phone 365 Mason City, Iowa Savings accepted in any amounts Street Bonds Sold; Permit Is Revoked In a special meeting Monday night, the Mason City council sold $56,000 in street construction bonds to Ravenscroft and company, Cedar Rapids, at 1$ per cent, with a premium of $575, and $75,000 in street improvement bonds to Carleton D. Bey company, Des Moines, at 4 per cent, with a premium of $150. The bonds were sold to the highest bidders, with 4 other companies bidding for the street construction bonds and 3 other companies bidding on the street improvement bonds. The bonds cover the paving completed here during the past year. The council also approved the investment of fire maintenance funds in U. S. government bonds. The Class B beer permit issued to Perry Jay Freitag for the Log Cabin Oil company was revoked by the council and the surety bond forfeited. Mr. Freitag, who recently had been convicted on a charge of selling beer to minors, was not present at the hearing. Miss Helen Pinta Services to Be Wednesday at 2:30 Funeral services for Miss Helen Ruth Pinta, 17, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Anton Pinta, route 4 will be held Wednesday at 2:30 p. m. at the chapel of the McAuley and Son funeral home, with the Rev. F. W. Wendland, pastor of the Grace Evangelical church, officiating. Burial will be at the Manly cemetery. The McAuley and Son funeral home in charge. GETTING NEW TTTRTCTNpTT-l^j^p AroSc '''ft" 8 S T iee VTJ-J .1. j. Ai.1 VT l^iX^iV -L UJLV-OJLIN-C^O> urXyJ.\li/Jt\A.1 wJVO -N GW LUI*bines, generators, dust collectors and air separators are included in a million dollar construction program now going on at the Northwestern States Portland Cement company shown above. The air view also shows the new Federal avenue overpass at lower left across which will come rock from the new quarry. Mrs. Mary Faltus Rites Held; Burial at Memorial Park Funeral services for Mrs. Mary Faltus, 62, who died Friday, following a short illness, were held at the Major Memorial chapel Monday afternoon, with Doctor Lloyd A. Gustafson, pastor of the First Methodist church, officiating. Mrs. Harold Wolfe sang "Going Home" and "The Lord's Prayer." Mrs. Roy Servison accompanied at the organ. Mrs. Cecil Abbott and Mrs. Don Henn were in charge of flowers. Pallbearers were Joe, Frank, Richard, Joe Jr., William Jr., and Frank Kasik. Interment was at Memorial Park cemetery. The Major funeral home in charge. Offices Close Garner—Offices at the Hancock county courthouse will close Friday noon for the Christmas holiday weekend. Drivers license examiners will be at the courthouse Wednesday and again on Friday forenoon but not on Friday afternoon. INCENTIVE PAYMENTS Cleveland — The Lincoln Electric company this week distributed $3,821,973.00 incentive payments to 1,097 workers for the year 1948. These payments, as an average, double the income of every member in the organization, according to J. F. Lincoln, president. Mrs. Sherwood, 73, Succumbs Funeral Rites to Be Thursday Afternoon Mrs. Nellie M. Sherwood, 73 wife of the late C. E. Sherwood, died at her home, 702 Jefferson N. W., Monday afternoon, following an illness of 6 weeks. She had been a resident of Cerro Gordo county for 55 years. Mrs. Sherwood was born Dec. 6, 1875, at Fulton, 111. Surviving are a son, Lloyd Sherwood, Klemme 2 daughters, Miss Opal Sherwood and Miss Ena Mae Sherwood, at home, and 2 grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her husband, parents, and 5 brothers. Funeral services will be held at the Patterson-James funeral chapel at 2 p. m. Thursday, with the Rev. Clair Hicks officiating. Burial will be at the Rockwell cemetery. The Patterson-James funeral home in charge. Steady Is as Steady Does Chicago, (U.R)—The 15-year-old boy who applied for work at the Chicago Daily News said he had to have a steady job because he was helping support his widowed mother and a younger brother. Fifty-seven years later H e n r v Eagle, still known as "Steady" to his fellow workers, has retired at the age of 72. Eagle began as a floor sweeper and was print paper foreman at the time of his retirement. Because She Loves Pretty Things DON'T DELAY ORDER TODAY We Telegraph Flowers Everywhere See Our Beautiful Selection of Roses — Gardenias — Orchids — Christmas Center and Mantel Pieces — Holly Wreaths — Potted Plants Dainty Corsages. Poinsettias from $ 1°°- up Johnston's Flowers "Where Your Friends Buy Flowers" . WE WILL BE CLOSED ON CHRISTMAS DAY Bruce A. Willson Services Conducted at Funeral Chapel Funeral services for Bruce A Willson, 68, who died Friday, following a sudden illness, were held at the Major Memorial chapel Monday afternoon, with the Rev. Alvin N. Rogness, pastor of Trinity Lutheran church, officiating. Mrs. Roy Servison piaffed obse- quial music on the organ. Pallbearers were Henry Smith, E. A. Winter, J. W. McGuire and Sever Haukadahl. Interment was at the Elmwood _ cemetery. The Major funeral home in charge. Mesmer, an 18th Century Viennese physician who experimented m hypnotism, claimed he could cure many diseases by "animal magnetism." Dr. R. W. Shultz, D. 0. SINUS Hanford Hotel, Room 641 PHONE 2960 and Canada. This information was contained in an .article written by President MacNider in the December issue of "Run of the Mill," monthly publication of plant employes. It is MacNider's plan to continue with a series of articles each month on various phases of the company management. The article this month, headed •'Who Owns Northwestern pointed out that "stock- at the annual meeting States? holders which comes each year on the 3rd Tuesday in December, either in person or through proxy elect 11 directors, who in turn select the officers of the company for the coming year. "It will be a matter of interest to you to know that among the hundreds of holders of our stock there are no individuals who hold more than a small per cent7 or any affiliated or related groups of stockholders who own collectively more than a small fraction of the total shares outstanding. In other words, no one group has control nor is in a position to attempt to dictate who shall be members of or the company's the Board officers. . 'The management is therefore selected on the basis of delivery of what the majority of the stockholders consider proper results in the conduct of the company's affairs,_As far.as we know, no other consideration governs their action each year at the annual meeting.' Naturally the stockholders are interested in how their investment is being safeguarded, conserved and developed and intensely so in the return or dividends which they receive on the funds which they have put into our operations. "They have supplied us with our plant, land and buildings and the machinery with which we manufacture our product. "In other words, they have supplied us the tools to do a job and what they receive in .dividends is the hire for their money, "There have been good years and lean years, but Northwestern States has a creditable earning record, which has attracted investors of many and varied interests to ownership of our stock, not only in Iowa but far'.afield. We can hardly, be considered a locally owned enterprise although the management is made up of local residents. "Every member of the organization who receives profit-sharing checks knows what our dividend payments are because that rate, together with years of service and his hourly wage, governs what he gets. Whenever the stockholder gets a dividend, every eligible em- ploye receives a profit-sharing check. In other, words, we all go up a^nd down together as far as return from the' company's earnings are concerned. "While our stock is not listed on any of the large exchanges it has a fairly active market in this part of the world. Anyone with the necessary funds to invest can buy it and it has, to the best of our knowledge and experience a free and uncontrolled market. ' "As an employe you have invested your time and abilities with the company, and the stockholder has invested his money. Both investments are important to the management and we endeavor to treat them as such." S. E. Across Frem Post Office CENTRAL FOOD MARKET "Open Every Night and Sundays" Fresh Meats Oysters Fruits Cr Vegetables Plenty of XMAS CANDY and NUTS Fresh Frozen Strawberries Ice Cream Cakes All Kinds of BEER MIXES CIG-RETS "Merry Christmas To All" FROM ALL OF US" CLOSED XMAS DAY — OPEN SUNDAY If you're on a or your purse is Size and you don't want to break the SHOP at BARON'S Each salesgirl will gladly make suggestions— and the prices will fit your Christmas purse. A pair of hose at $1.55 (the best!) or 3 pr. for $4.50. A blouse, a skirt, a slip or a gown for as low as $2.98 each. The beautiful quilted robe pictured at $26.98 or others from $5.98 to $21.98. A suit, a coat, a dress—or all three. (We HAVE REDUCED MANY of these especially for MEN'S NIGHT.) Dresses $ 3.00 to $30.00 Suits : .. 15.00 to 46.98 Coats ..................... T . 15.00 to 64.98 CHARGE IT AT BARON'S We Will Gift Wrap F«r Men Only Your Apparel Savings Center In Mason City

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