The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on May 29, 1947 · Page 4
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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 4

Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, May 29, 1947
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**fj K; 'i'i^'a'ftww *•. *»*.«: May 29, 194? city. <* Globt-Gftfetle- Phi/tt 3 BECOME EAGLE SCOUTS—Reading left to right, Mrs. E. .0. Bottolfson, Mrs. Leon Barnes and Mrs. W. H. St. dak- are pinning the Eagle Scout badge on their sons, William St. Glair, Jr., Minor Barnes and Richard Bottolfson at a court of honor at the high school in North wood Wednesday evening. This was the first time in* the history of the Worth, districi that 3 scou'ts from one troop have received the rank of Eagle. Larrj Flummer, Worth county attorney pointed out' that the Eagle rank is the one rank that every scout hopes to attain but very few make, 'The court of honor was openec by the presentation of the colors and pledge.o'f allegiance by troop 33'of Northwood, under the direction of Bud Johnson, scoutmaster Howard Witham, band directoi of North-wood high school, played a piano solo. Whitney Randall, of the Northwood V. F, W. presented to the Northwood. -Boy Scout troop 33 ah American flag. Bud Johnson scoutmaster, accepted the flag on behalf of the troop. .Eagle Scouts Hubert White Martin - Faktor, Meredith Saunders, and Michael Ryan were in charge of the ceremony. Allan Duitman, field scout executive presented the Eagle badges on behalf" of the national council anc Winnebago council, Boy Scouts of America. Carl Mueller, Worth district advancement chairman, was in charge'of the court'of honor, assisted- by M. Hoisted, C. F. Ashman and Allah' Duitman. Other ; advancements received ai the court of honor were as follows: 2nd class, Keith Bork, Donald Dalluge,- Jack Kuehn, Richard Kuehn, Russell Rosenberg, all of troop 74, Grafton; Neil Kuns and Dale Lindquist, troop 76, Fertile; 1st class, Russell Olson, troop 33, Northwood; scout life guard, Dick Cleveland, troop 33, Northwood; 100 per cent Boy's Life banner, troop 74, Grafton. Merit badges, Minor Barnes, Dick Bottolfson. and William St. Clair, all of troop 33, Northwood. When snakes shed their skins. even the covering of the cornea of the eye is shed. BACKACHE, LEG FAINS MAY BE DANGER SIGN Of Tired Kidneys If backache and leg pains are'maleinffyon niBefvble.don't just complain and do nothing! about them. Nature may bewanu'nc you **•-*• your kidneys need attention. The kidneysareNature'schiefw&y of taking excess aeidi mnd poisonous waste out of the bloodJ They help most people pan about 3 pints a day. If tBe IS mila of kidney tubes and Biters dob tworkwelUpoisonouswastematterstays in the blood. These poisons may start nagging backaches, rheumatic mini, kg- paini, loss of pep and energy, getting up nights, swelling. puffineuundertlK eyes, headaches and dizziness. FreQuentorBcantynassages with smart, uigandbuniinssometifflesshowsthereis&ottie. thins wrong with your kidneys or bladder. Don't wait! Ask your druggist tot Dean's Fills, a stimulant diuretic, used successfully by millions for over GO years. Dean's gi»e happy relief and wHl help the IS miles of kidney tubes fituh out poiiouom wuta fwm tbc blood. &rt Doan's Pilla, Prevent "DISHPAN' HANDS! Enjoy LUXURIOUS SHAMPOO! Protect YOUR FINE FABRICS! No MORE "RING" IN THE BASIN. The SOFT FLOW EXTRACTS soap scumming "hardness" from water. Mildest soaps are wonderfully sudsy and you require only 3 as much! $1.95 Post Paid or if you Prefer C. O. D. Commodity Sales ELDORA, IOWA Woden Lad on USS Midway Woden—Pvt. Gene R. Carroll USMC, husband of Mrs. Gene R Carroll of "Woden is serving in the marine detachment" aboard the aircraft carrier USS Midway which - is on duty with the 8th fleet. Carroll entered the marine corps April 11, 1946, at the nava recruiting station, Mason City, and received his basic training at the marine training center, San Diego Carl. Before entering the marine corps he attended Woden high school. LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE 'OF THE APPOINTMENT OF EXECUTOR . STATE OF IOWA. Cerro Gorda County ss No. 6723. Notice is hereby given, that the undersigned has been duly appointed and qualified as Executor of the estate .of Josif C. Finn Deceased, late of Cerro Gordc- County. AH persons indebted to said estate sre requested lo make tmmedi' ate pavment: and those having claim: against" the same will present them, duly authenticated, to the undersigned for allowance, and file in the office cf the Clerk of the District Court. N. E. FINN. D. H. FITZPATRICK. Attorney Dated May 12, 1947. S. H. MacPEAK, Clerk District Court. By: EVELYN SLOCK, Deputy. NOTICE OF THE APPOINTMENT Of ADMINISTRATOR STATE OF IOWA, Cerro Gordo Co.. ss. No. 6742. Notice is hereby given, that the undersigned has been duly appointed and quaMfied as Administrator of the estate of Catherine L. Webster Deceased, late cf Ccrro Gordo County. All persons in debted to said estate are requested to make immediate payment; and those hav- ng claims against the same will present them, duly authenticated, to the undersigned for allowance, and file in the of"ice of the Clerk of the District Court. E. A WEBSTER, REMLEY J. GLASS, Attorney.' Dated May 27. 1947. S. H. MacPEAK, Clerk District Court, By: EVELYN SLOCK, Deputy. NOTICE OF INCORPORATION OF CENTRAL SHOW PRINTING CO., INC To Whom It May Concern: . You are hereby notified that the name if this corporation is Central Show Print- ng Co., Inc., with its principal plac* of rusiness^at Mason City, Iowa The ;eneral nature of its business will be li to do general commercial printing poster printing, lithographing, hand process engraving, composing and devising orms of advertisements and advertising matter, to conduct the business of print ng, stamping, lithographing, electrotyp- ng, engraving, photographic printing, ano he transaction of all business pertaininc hereto: f2i to hold, acquire, mortgage ease, and convey real and personal.prop- erty in any part-of the United States so ar as necessary -or expedient in the conducting cf the business of the corporation: 3) to enter into and make contract* necessary for the furtherance and promo- ion of the business of the'corporation The capital stock of this corporator "hall be 400 shares of stock, all of which shall-be without nominal or par value .0 be issued at such times and in sucn amounts as the Board of Directors may specify upon full payment therefor In cash or in property other than cash as provided by law. • - , Its corporate existence commenced OP May 12th and will continue lor twenty vears thereafter. " - • The affairs nf this corporation shall jc conducted by a Board of nut lesf han 3 or more than nine director? wnr. shall elect a president, vice president secretary and treasurer, including a gen- eal manager as they may see fit or-as may be provided by the by-laws-of the corporation. The officers shall be elected annually by the Board of Directors to be held immediately following the annual stockholders meetings. The annual election shall be held on .he 1st day of December, 1947,'.and on the 1st day of each calendar year thereafter. Until the next annual meeting, iV. M. Temple of Mason City, Iowa,, ts .he president and general manager, and Leona Temple of Mason City, Iowa, secretary and treasurer. The private property, of the stockholders is to be exempt from corporate debts of this corporation. Dated May 13. 1947. CENTRAL SHOW PRINTING CO INC By: W. M TEMPLE. President and General Manager' BOOMHOWER & BOOMHQWER. H! 3 Attorneys, I9Va E. State Street, Mason City, Iowa Nashua Farm Boy Hurt in Fall From Haymow Nashua—Weldon Jones, 3-year- old son of Mr. and Mrs. Bert Jones, [armers living southwest of Nashua, fell out of the haymow door onto a concrete platforrri while playing with his brothers. The youngster was walking backward, not realizing he was near the open door and fell out of the barn 12 feet to the ground. He was taken to the hospital at Charles "ity. The youngster escaped without njury except for a fracture of one rib. PROGRAM AT RAKE Rake—The annual Memorial day jrogram will be presented at the ?ake high school auditorium Friday at 10 a. m. The Rev. A. N. Brudvig of Scarville will give the address. Other numbers for the rogram are being arranged by he American Legion Auxiliary. ALDEN'S REMODELING SALE! NOW IN ITS NINTH BIG DAY Speed-O-Matic Toaster • Automatic Pop-up • Pre-Heat Before Using • Automatic Current Shut-off • Regular 14.95 2 Automatic Electric Iron • Lightweight—3Vi Pounds • Chrome Plated • Finger-Tip Control Heat Dial • Regular 6.95 5 Fold-Flat Travel Iron • Slack Finished Tap • Smooth-Ironing Sole Plate • 400-Watt Hear Unit • Black Wood Handle Housewares — Basement BLUE DENIM OVERALLS 2 Pair 4.99 Heavy 8 02. Blue Denim — Built for Wear. Double needle seams, bartacked reinforcements, riveted on buttons. High back, bib front. Reg. 3.39. Firit Floor Herringbone DUNGAREES 97' Regular 1.79 sanforized khaki. Double-stitched seams, copper riveted on strain points. Sizes 10 to 16. Children's Depf. Second Floor Man Style BIB-TOP OVERALLS 1.29 Sanforized 8 oz. c o 11 o n . Made just like Dad's, with high back, adjustable suspenders. Plenty of pockets. Tan only. Sizes 10 to 14. Reg. 1.98. . ' Open Saturday Morning at 9:30 A.M. TO OPEN A CHARGE ACCOUNT. QUICK SERVICE AT OUR CREDIT OFFICE — SECOND FLOOR Extra Heavy Aluminum Ware 4 17 gauge drawn aluminum. Seamless construction, flat bottoms, self-basting covers. 4-piece set. Regular 12.95 • Double Boiler — Use as two sauce pans, cover fits both. Each section holds 2 quarts. • 11-inch Griddle — Side* walls retain grease or batter. • Chicken Fryer — 10!/2- in. Self-basting cover. Without cover, it makes ideal skillet. • Covered Sauce Pan — 4- Qt. size. 17 gauge aluminum. Housewares — Basement BUY BY MAIL! SEE OUR FASHION-SMART -- VALUE WISE CATALOG

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