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4 Mar 16 IN Ibe** (Mr <U*t*H>»ittto, MMwCllr, U Auxiliary Pays Honor to Gold Star Mothers Clarion — Fourteen gold st^ mothers were honored at the re tent May meeting of the America Legion Auxiliary. One gold sta AK-KNTBUCOMMCNOED n DCMTKTS AND DRUGGISTS Jlr-BHll B 1 Hit. MtttUt, fMt^cOnt denture cleanser. It dam, polish** sad dtedorlies In M Mcones. Use Ar.Dnt tylee d.ily and rou'll be delltliKd irilh in* cleaner, freiheMastint. noro llfe-lla* •ppeorsnc* of your «etitana. Bwr a fcwt oeononleal on lodv u jour dniMUt. Otant M, A1B *«J MIDGES WITH *r WITHOUT BraiMnf [ rVKhMt Bnthint _ I MakplntetforlSmlA- J uteKoronrnttht). I Taeorlase. WIA Brwktaf—|MI •owder <n unit «r bridle. Brush wiikm brush and rinse. AVAIIAHE AT AU MUG fTOMS FUESAMFU j YoBBIt«lntl*nif7tfN«l«wl<iofAr- ! r"" •— ^V^V^W^W»_J Mlnufictured md C»*naMcd fcy AR-DENT. LAIORATORKS BUY! TRV! AR-DENT mother was seated at each tibl and she was presented the plan at the conclusion ot the dinner Each one received a gift from the junior auxiliary members also. Included in the list of gold sta mothers ars Mrs. J. S. Tallman Mrs. L. L. Speedling, Mrs. Lyma Shake, Mrs. J. J. Harris, Mrs. Ro berta Wilson, Mrs. M. A. Stark Mrs. Margaret Hersman, Mrs. O J. Bell, Mrs. W. W. Claude, Mrs Perry Beckett, Mrs. O. G. Day Mrs. Arthur Peterson, Mrs. Earl J. Evans and Mrs. Anna Melvin Mississippi has 10 state parks They're Looking For Thete Summer Clofhi 'or those fare to fit. eisUM niad« Shirts. Lartest seltellon •( Materials In many colors. • OPEN WEAVES • MADBAR • WHITE OXFORDS • POPLINS • FINE COUNT BBOADCLOTH 3.95 to 8.25 ED FINNEGAN Custom Mitt Clolhei Z4-A l«l St.. 8. E. Across from Home Furniture OUR EXPERT SERVICE GIVE YOCB CAR THE "GO" SIGN! We Specialize in: — • AUTO LUBRICATION • CAR WASH • OIL CHANGE • BATTERY SERVICE Sectional Repair* on Passenger, Small Track or Tractor Tires . Prompt Service Calls AL & DICK'S SERVICE SINCLAIR PRODUCTS GILLETTE TIBES ALBERT "AL" LANSING RICHARD "DICK" SCHOLL 103 So. Penn Phone 2Z2 club BAND MEMBERS AT BANQUET-Shown here are members of the school band and orchestra honored at a banquet given at the Mason City Country Thursday evening by the instrumental Music Mothers association of the school. A total of 80 persons attended including faculty members of the instrumental department and their wives as follows: Mr. and Mrs. Carleton L. Stewart, Mr. and Mrs. Henrv T. Paine, Mr. and Mrs. J. J.? --Fitzgerald, Miss Marjorie Smith, W. A. Storer anc 'rincipal and Mrs. Harold Snyder. Entertainment during the dinner hour was provided by Mrs Alice Johnson and King Cole. The irogram included a novelty skit iy faculty members. Mr. Stewart howed a colored Him taken of ormer high school bands at state nd national contests. Members f the band presented Mr. Stewart Shaffer pen and pencil set. Wayne Campbell, president of e band, was roaster of ceremo- es. Arrangements were made y Mrs. W. H. Nicholas, president f the association, and Mrs. L. A. Lysne and her committee for the vening. Dancing to juke box mu- ic concluded the evening. HEADS AAUW Decorah—Mrs. Vera Thompson as been chosen president of the Jecorah branch of the American ssociation of University Women. ther officers are Mrs. G, B. ichter, Waukon, vice president; Wrs. Kenneth Reeves, secretary, nd Miss Ruth Goodrich, treasurer. The "Grizzly Giant," a tree in osemite National Park, it 27.6 et in diameter, 209 feet tall and ore than 3,000 years old. GROUP BANKERS MEET AT ELDORA Q«mer—Herb OUenburg, president of the Hancock county National bank, will attend the annual group meeting of Iowa Bankers' association in Eldora Wednesday. Mr. Ollenburg is chairman of the group 3 association, which is made up of 9 counties in north central Iowa. • ,. M. J. Klaus, vice president of the First Security bank of Charles City, is secretary of the group. Principal speaker at th* meeting will be C. William Duncan of the Philadelphia Enquirer, Philadelphia, whose subject will be, "Men and Women Who Make the Headlines." Others on the program will be Dean C. A. Phillips of towa university, Rex Beresford of Iowa State College, N. P. Black, state superintendent of banking, and W. Harold Brenton, president of the association. The U. S. system of national parks was begun in 1872 with the creation of Yellowstone "as a pleasuring ground for the benefit and enjoyment of the people." N E WS of RECORD Births Reported (At Mtfcj Hospital)—8«i to Mr. Ml Mn. I«o Conlle, lift f. DtlawarO, Thursday. Dai(hter to Mr. ant Mn. LWOT A. Nelson. IMS N. Fedaral, Wednesday. Son t< Mr. mud Mn. Walter Mikl- itcln, 1931 N. Pun., Friday. Police Courts Phone 860 More Power ... FASTER! CLEANS AS n LUBRICATES Vitalized removes carbon and sticky varnish deposits. 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SUte, fartelled a 110 bond. 8peedln|—Elaine Adelman, B S. Indiana, forfeited a 110 bond. Marriage Licenses Elnor W. Boots, XI, Hoiklnton, and Btflna Mae Fink, 17, Mason Clljr. New Car Sales Martin Cahlll, Bockwell, Plymouth; C. A. Davis, 533 21st S. E., Chevrolet trick; Kobort and Florence Conrad, U 7th N. W., Plymouth; Dr. V. E. Wicks, JOM 1st N. W., Mercirr; Floyd Christiansen, Clear Lake, Ford: Sara Grace Qllmore. 431 1st S. £., Ford; Rj-j and Henkel Construction Co.. ford trick; B. Dayton Menlman, clear Lake, Kaiser. Realty Transfers Cerr» Oorda County, I«w«, Io> Jamn J. Jlckey JIM (SWt)> l*J, J4 * tS. Blk. 7, Home Park Add. to MCI. J-tt-47. Cerro Gorde County, Iowa to Gerald Joy F. Awe 1400 (SWD) HO, Blk. t Collolon's Add. to MCI. n-11-47. Crrro Oordo County. Iowa to Nettle Perils I1RO (EWD) L408 * 407 Midland Helthts, MCI. 0.15-47. Bolvlk. C. A. ft Anna M. to Christ H.lmbnch |l (QCD) KW frit 11-17-!*. 3-21M7, Gaies, tools * Irene to Carl ft Sara F. Stein Jl, ten. 11 (WD) til Blk. St In I. E. Kirk's Replat of Blk.. 1! * other blks In South MCI. 1-14-47. Straw, Josepkus J. * Edna, A. to Redl|-a Saymeeiek II (WD) US, Blk. 7 in Parker's 4th Add. MCI. 5-13-4:. Vorhln, Fred W. £ Eva M. to Join O * Mariaret W. Edwards Jt. ten. II (WD) L3. Blk. I in A. T. Parker PI., Add. lo MCI. (part of L3). 8-10-46 Harms, Floyd * Both to Legle ft Mary mien Jt. ten. II <WD) L5 In Beplat of U. Bik. 6, Thornten. 4-S9-47. Dajli, Olen to Casper £ Wilda M. Brljht Jt. ten. II (WD) ids, Blk. 1 Fair View Add. MC. 5.9-47. Amhroson. A. T. ft Alma to Marlon J. zrav*:- turw*- M - •-*• Butler, William p. and Emma W.. to Carl Oscar Larson 1100 (WD) L14, Blk. * In Parker'i Cth Add. to M. C., L, 1- Laplner, Kale and Dors, to Jlno. A Sen- neft II (WD) LI1. Blk. 5 in H E Francisoo'i 2nd Add. to M. C., I, 8-14-47 Oslesby. B. Call, to Olive L. Ojlesby " <WD) L1I, Blk. 8 i B Parker's 4th Add. to M. C., 1., B-13-4? Allan, ftebeeca »nd William, to Phil W. and Iris I. One., Jt. ten., Jl (WD) LW, Blk. a In Sibd. of part of C. L. Cam; Oroondi, C. L., S-H-47. _ T » l «n. futh C. and Arnold D. to Earl p. Kline tl (WD) LB14 l,t Add. to Midland Helfhts. M. C., I.. S-15-47. Whitney. Ralph and Gertride, to T. E. and Nellie M. Bell. Jt. ten >«m> .tj, c . L Methods! Camp InTMlminl Co., lo ™ i. ' *"""* « <WD > . Blk. 31 In South M. C., I., 1J-7-48 Rockwell. Norman I., and Frances M to Frank i. Bleth 11 ((JCD) L«, In A«- dllor's plat 10-9S-JO, 4.SJ-47 Tenney. William J. and Myrtle to Salvage Calendar WASTE FATS— Dtllrer lo foaf l*s«l market Market pays u u U oenit a pound. Ration Calendar SUGAR— Spar, ,Ump N.. ll. ratl.n 600* 4, becam i»d itt 10 nnndi •( miar April 1. Stamp No. 1«. (tod f»r *",°A ? W ponnd. ot iniar, bctonei ralld Jam 1. Snppllei from Uli iUmt> most lut unlit Oct. n. All itampi listed ar* etntalned In war ii > ott M Uok k N °' * "** *" """ "*" ™" Stamp book, i, replic. IH« tnti. far *??,'.*," " l « roed tnm serrlet « lor raw additions to the family nay bi •buined by writing to (he Office of Prle. Admin- Wr>"«». '00 Liberty Bldj., Dei Molnu. lae prlc« control b«arl offleo at the PostoHice Is now closed to Iht public. Office Bonn for detenu rental aria room 16, Federal bonding: It *. K to 12. noon. I p. m. lo s n. TT., Mondaj tkroa(b. Friday. Closed Salirday. POLAROID COGCLES nnuru |7 M Type B-3 Air Corp Finest Gocrles, at a fraction of the government cost, moulded rubber face piece fits snur. 3 clear 3 am- r her, 3 green lenses included in a compact kit List price $7.50, now only loulded rub|50 The OUTLET ACROSS THE STREET FROM WOLFS FURNITURE Dumont Co-Operative Adds New Machinery DussMBt—The Farmer* Co-O Grain company just completed th installation of a new 1J ton feet mixing machine which is severa time* larger than their old one. ] was necessary to build an add! tlon to the elevator feed room which m«k«s an extension of 1 by 29 feet to the north and som 15 feet higher to accommodate th new machine. A n«w corn drier with a capa city ol 100 bushels an hour ha also b*«n ordered. A building wil be erected on the south side of the elevator with a 2,000 bushel capacity. This improvement will be made In time for the new corn crop. DELEGATES REPORT Britt—The Nota Bene club m« In the home of Mrs. Earl Hesley to hear reports of the biennia convention of the Iowa Federation of Women's clubs which recently met in Council Bluffs. Reports were given by Mrs. John Hammill and Mrs. Ray Higdon who attended the convention as delegates. * * on hani IVrindwhwtk, miM, none ud harsh trt« for diffarat mrabto of , , m n« g . «n(le book of JMW, impnrKd ADUUU, «h* FAULT IATATIVI. it'* > Kienti£all r compoiuxkdTww-UpluatincriciaUtd bridoctot, , , mtkiquidclr.butxtatlj, to move wine through iht digatin tact Stimulita sluggish intMtintl muclcj equillr wdl foe youngstra « oUet Bw- ple. Tff it ud rou will lam »h T cm 30,000,000 bonlahiTcbMoiold. Cmtiuu J" 1 TONI-Hr> i «_» « T i » i Met at Fre4etiekibWi FMIerfekfbiirr — Lloyd G. Upham died at hii home'here Thursday after a long illness. He leaves his wife, son Raymond, who lives in Virginia, a daughter, Mrs. R. Schrewin of Sumner, his aged parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Upham, a sister, Mrs. Isabelie Hill, and 3 brother*, Harry, cittr and Vern«, of Frederickiburf. One of the important deteriorations in Europe accompanying the overthrow of the Roman Empire was the abandonment of found farming practices which had b«en developed by the Romans. Tool and Machine Parts Made or Repaired All TypM of W.lding, B ruing, Sirtw Sokferii* Centennial Tool & Machine Co. "Where Service ft* Quality Svrpatt Demand" 423 4th S. W. Fhon. 384 Maton City, Iowa Across From The MUlworkt Juif trftot -rot M*4 for tails or pored runwiyi. Dtoply corrygottd, Mocft ol fubbor.lil* materiel . . . pliibl* •nd witirproof. W.'JI cut fo your mo«ur«- mtnh. 39( Yd. Us* For Auto Floors, Tool COOK'S PAI 118 South Federal Phone 1017 Phone 860 Summer Playwear For Fun and Comfort CRISP RAYON SLACKS Smartly Toi/ored Stylu They fit as well from the back as the front! Light or dark colon. 12 to 1& PINAFORE PLAYSUIT With DefacAoWe Skirt 2 98 Smart "two-way" outfit in Bine or red and white striped cotton. Sues 12 to 20. BLOOMER GIRL Tfr* Newest SvntvrH Red or blue check cotton with lastex gatherings. Junior — small or medium. STURDY BLUE JEANS Tola Back for F/tf 2" Sanforized denim (1% shrinkage) .Bar. tacked, copper riveted. Sizes 22V 2 to 34 BROOMSTICK SKIRT Coy os o Chuck/*/ Twirling skirt that needs not one bit of ironing. Cotton prints. Sizes 22 to 28. |98 TAILORED SHORTS Crisp sanforized cotton (1% shrinkage). Adjustable waist, contrasting stitching. Darks, lights. 12-18.