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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - March 30, 1948, Mason City, Iowa t Dog Deadline for City Tags Is Thursday Dday for dogs in Mason Citj Is April 1 which falls on Thurs day of this week warns Miss Pearl Kellogg city clerk who re tails city dog tags through her office Prices are a head for all canines regardless of race creed pr color But il the deadline is not met costs are a total of to get your dog out of the hock if and when the city dog catcher gets him or heiin his net Business is good to date in the office A total of 781 dogs have been tagged as against 783 at this time last year Waiting lines are not uncommon on the final day Requests accompanied by the costs are honored by mail There were 1144 models on the books last year which means a late rush is in prospect County licenses obtainable at the county auditors office are not due until May 1 this year an ex tension of one month Males and spade femiles get the C G tags for while genuine females cost S3 More than 2600 licenses have gone out of the office so far out of an expected apparently rnany of the countys dog popula tion do not prefer life in the city Red Cross Knitters Make 200 Sweaters to Be Turned in By Thursday Mrs F W Osmundson produc tion chairman of Red Cross volun teer services reports that approx imately 200 childrens sweaters are being knitted in the project which has now been going on for several weeeks Deadline for turn ng in the sweaters is Thursday Perhaps the most knitted by any one person to date are those fay VTrs Earl Knutson who reports 8 completed The sweaters are for efugee children Knitters have been asked by VTrs Osmundson to turn the weaters in by Thinsday at the Red Cross office at 194 North Fed ral or to her at 41 Beaumont DRAMA BRINGS OUT BIG CROWD Methodists Present The Mighty Dream Clear Lake The Methodist church was filled to overflowing Sunday evening for the presenta tion of The Mighty Dream a drama of Christian brotherhood first presented last Jan 1 at the World Conference of Methodist Youth at Cleveland Ohio It showed the struggle of the hurfmn race to achieve civilization and the Christian way of living The first episode introduced youth and world problems and de picted the strife and itrurrle now rive whicheve ent is more conven AMERICAS FINEST HEALTH RESORT LUXURIOUS BRAND NEW OAKS MAGICAL WATCRS MIKACll BATHS YOU TH CHAMCf Of A linJIMl FO AT AMAZIHCiy IOW flAN II AT IS EARLY SEASON RATES NOW The Oots is glomorousfy new breathlaVngly beaulifulbrand new ooms wrii postwar ballnnolfiing line n America Em plialieally 100 Fireproof JWorld Therapeuic Bolh Departments jnel eqipmen rgh n Hotel Seen Dnn9 Iwo IOQH Koom lealurng luscoui lood youll want to wnle miVATf home oboul live Coon Hum Relaxation lounge Hollywood Lobby and slreamlmed Re cisolion Room FROM Here is the dolliiouse ol your dreams at a moderate price temporarily EXCELSIOR A WEEK OTHMS TO JJS AMERICAN PLAN INCLUDING All MCAIS DAul frtlfs on flOurST Euioptor Flan 1 dld MO SPRINGS MISSOURI on in the world hate fijhl inr injustice and cruelty Old Tea lament struggles appeared in the 2nd episode showing the children of Israel in their flight from Egypt their disatisfacUon with great leaders and their struggles for a better world The search continued in New Testament times shown in the 3rd episode and closed with the un just condemnation of Jesus In the 4th port Christian leaders of the early days and on down through the centuries to the present were presented teaching that all differ ences of race and creed can be reconciled through Christian faith Mrs M Hubbard directed the play adapting it to local con ditions Mrs Harry Mason was at the organ and Reuben Grell was in charge of Mary Jordan arranged the sound effects Mmes Hubbard Howard Fox Evert Buss Walter Cash Mary McNeil E Bond and Buehler planned and obtained the costumes and Mr and Mrs Willis Miller Mrs W II Crumbaugh and the Misses Mil dred Baker and Marjoric Sutcliffe did the makeups The play which was both inter esting and instructive was well done and the players the sponsors and all who had any part in the work deserve praise The large number of characters and limited stage space presented many prob lems but they were satisfactorily soived and the play moved along in an orderly manner and with out undue delays W Skinners Observe 60th Anniversary Clear and Mrs Wil liam Skinner 500 Bell streetwho were married GO years ago March 27 in ExeterEngland celebrated their 60th anniversary Saturday by keeping open house andinvitinj their friends and neighbors as well as their relatives tojoin with them in the observance About persons called Mr and Mrs Skinner were pre sented a largenumber of bouquets of cut flowers and many potted plants They also received severa beautifully decorated cakes jew elry pottery money and many other items Mrii Skinners niece Mrs Dora Rurup and her son and his wife Mr and Mrs Henry Rurup came from Omaha for the event Two nieces Miss Ella Smith Cedar Rapids and Miss Mavis Smith Swaledale also came Mr Skinners brother James Skinner his daughter Miss Eunice Skinner and his son and wife Mr and Mrs Edwin Skinner came from Waterloo and a nephew Harry Crabb with Mrs Crabb and daughter Jean from Chapin An other brother Dick Skinner lives in Clear Lake Friends from out town in cluded Mr and Mrs Herman Helm A body at he earths center weighs nothing because the earth pulls it equally in all directions EASTER SUNDAY ON 5TH AVENUEA huge Throng of persons jam 5th avenue New York in front of St Pat cathedral following Easter services Sunday This bird seye view was taken from the 39th floor of the Inter national building in Rockefeller Center 22 Killed by Old Jap Bomb at Corregidor Manila per sons including 16 Philippine array enlisted men wore killed Monday when an old Japanese booby trap exploded in an underground pas sage of historic Corregidor island It Happens in the Best of Families But No Waiting No Skimping With a GAS Automatic Water Heater The other G killed were civilian employes the army Brig Gen Calixto Duque said hat the men were exploring the tunnels without official authoriza tion II was believed he passage Was one closed by the U S army after the recapture of tho island Jrom tlie Japanese in 1915 Exportation ok horses from Vir ginia was prohibited in 1657 Deafened Now Hear With Tiny Single Unit Science has now made it pos sible for the deafened to hear faint sounds It is a hearing device so small that it fits in the hand and enables thousands to enjoy sermons music and friendly com panionship Accepted by the Council on Physical Medicine of the American Medical Association This device does not require sep arate battery pack battery wire case or garment to bulge or weigh you down The tone is clear and powerful So made that you can adjust it yourself to suit your hearing as your hearing changes The makers of Beltone Dept 14 1450 W 19th St Chicago 8 III are so proud of their achievement that they will glatly send free de 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