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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 8, 1949, Mason City, Iowa July 7 1949 Mason City GlobeGazette Mason Clly la TRUCK BODIES CEDAR RAPIDS STOCK GRAIN COMBINATIONS VANS DELIVERY PRIOR SAFETY GAS TANKS TRUCK BRAKE EQUIPMENT AND SERVICE HEIL CONVERSION HOISTS METAL DUMP BOXES Central Auto Electric Co Inc MASON CITY IOWA i AP Wirephoto WINGLESS you are one of the people who looks carefully over the platter of fried chicken to avoid a wing then Peter H Baumann of Des Moines has good news for you He has developed a wingless chicken Baumann is shown above examining one of his wingless flock At left is an ordinary bird with its aviation equipment intact Hcnn Wants Crate Salem Ore classified advertisement appearing in the lost and found section of the Salem Ore Capital Journal read Lost Chicken crate Notify Les ter Henn Route 2 Box 16 Wood burn and Mrs Ed Higby and sons of Rudd and Dr and Mrs Leigh Peasley of Chicago have returned from a weeks out ing at Clear Lake 102 South Federal Phone 860 LESS TRADEIN ALLOWANCE Sale on Air Cushion the TiW That GIVES lowest prices ever onthe BIG new fire that holds more air at less pressure Get far more less vibration Get new fingertip steering control too even on sharp curves at high speeds Drive all day strain and tension They fit your present wheels So why not talk ovsr a deal with Wards Tire Man now Your old tires are worth money in this sale AIR CUSHION MORE COMFORT and SAFETY Ak ob rcml tun Ordinary lirt at read yov and your carl lax Weekly Buys FOUR Air Cushion Tires I Polio Is Only Half as Severe as Lost Year DCS Moines pa ralysis in Iowa has been only about half as severe this year as it was up to the same time a year ago In addition there are no re ported epidemic areas in the state whereas 4 counties in the western section were in the epidemic stage around the first of July last year Dr Ralph Heeren director of the state health departments divi sion of communicable diseases says that in comparison with the record incidence of the disease in 1948 the situation this year ap pears encouraging Lpngr Time to Go But it is a long time between now and October and there is no way of telling when the peak will be reached he added Records of the division up to July 2 showed 40 polio cases in 29 counties As of July 3 1948 there were 74 cases in 17 coun ties At that time the disease had become epidemic in Harrison Os ceola Pottawattamie and Wood bury counties As of the present time this year no county has more than i cases reported Dr Heeren said 9 Cases Iowa started off the year with 9 polio victims in January but of these were carryovers from 1948 Two more cases were re ported in February one in March 7 in April and 2 in May Then the chart began to rise There were 2 new cases in th first week of June 5 in each o the next 2 weeks and 4 in th 4th week for a June total of 16 For the week ended July 2 thre new cases were reported Although prevalance of polio does not appear to be so severe this year there certainly is no reason to let down the bars Dr Heeren said Minnesotan Held on Larceny Count Charles eld in the county jail here Thursday was Joe Kulas formerly of Rushford Minn and recently employed near Nashua on a charge of grand larceny Kulas arrested by the sheriff at Winona Minn for au thorities at New Hampton who wanted him on a worthless check charge Sheriff B F Atherton of Floyd county then put in a claim for the man oil a cliaige of stealing a paint spraying outfit from the Midway cafe between Charles City and Nashua Man Arrested for Theft of Poultry Charles h e r i f f B F Atherton late Wednesday arrested Howard Miner on a charge of lar ceny of poultry The sheriff said Miner stole 30 pullets from the Charles Merrick farm 8 miles southwest of Marble Rock and sold them to the Wal ler Produce company at Charles City Miner was an employe of Mer rick North Iowa Pioneer Succumbs Near Osage Osage Peder I Motland 89 longtime resident of Cedar town ship died Thursday morning at his home west of Osage where he had lived since his marriage in 1889 Mr Motland was born in Nor way and came to Cedar township Mitchell county at the age of 21 Survivors include 3 daughters Mrs Sara Birkedal at home Mrs M T Bratrud Meckinock N Dak and Alida at home 2 brothers In golf at home and Milton iMass His wife crl in 1937 i 102 South Federal Phone 860 PRICECUTS OF IN WARDS GREAT SUMMER EVENT eductions ALL PRICES SHARPLY CUT Formerly 498Summer Skirts Cottons rayons denims in pastels prints 2230 Were 598Coof Summer Dresses Save on new style rayon dresses Sizes for everyone 398 Boys Summer Wash Pants Cool rayon Russian cord All sizes 00 850 Mens Brown White Oxfords 97 00 27 All sizes leather soles 298 MISSES SANDALS T47 Red Brown and White Broken sizes 8i to 3 298 Ladies White flay Shoes Broken sizes 2 298 Jr Boys Wash Slacks Sanforized Rayon cord Size 510 298 Boys Gorton Twill Jackets Sanforized washable Ideal for cool evenings Size 410 2 1 27 77 598 Ladies White Style Shoes Sandals pumps Cuban heels 97 198 Boys Percale Dress Shirts Asstd colors over 100 to choose from These must go f f 98c Womens Colored TShirts A Ac To Clear Combed colors All sizes 69c Mens Broadcloth Shorts A 7 Buy now Comfortable boxer style Sanforized 3240 f 998 Ladies Brown Reptile Style Shoe Sandals and sling pumps 2 97 498 HOBNAIL BEDSPREADS Full yellow green blue 898 CHENILLE BEDSPREADS Full tufted baby chenille 1098 BOYS WASH SUITS Washable 2 pc coat and pants Sizes 6 to 10 Stripes and plaids 198 INFANTS SUN SUITS Pastel colors Hurry Size 1 to 3 6 137 Orig 198 DRAPERY PRINTS Smart florals and tropical leaf patterns also stripes 48 inches wide 1 97 27 298 MARQUISETTE PRISCILLAS 45x80 white only Girls Cotton Rayon Shirts Assorted colors and sizes Your choice JR BOYS COOL PLAYSUITS Were 198 42 to choose from Broken sizes 1 49 3500 MENS TROPICAL WORSTED SUITS All wool all sizes and colors Over 100 to choose from 28 77 BOYS BOXER SHORTS Sizes 4 to 6 Were 129 Now priced to clear at 98 398 MENS DRESS SHIRTS Broken soiled Stripes and solids Hurry 1 77 ALL QUANTITIES LIMITED Reg 498 4 Ball Croquet Set Multicolored Hardwood Construction 398 595 8 ELECTRIC FANS Maximumair displacement for a fan of this size 4 95 BICYCLE CLEARANCE Mens and Ladies Unequipped Bike 4995 Tank Model Junior Size Bikes Alrc Reduced 598 OVERNITE LUGGAGE Attractive brown Airline styling 398 Matching Vanity Box 298 3495 4597 359 CAMP COT PADS Forest green cotton filled Put one on your old cot or porch swing 4 2 98 59 Special Board Compare this board with any 698 ironing board PLASTIC HOSE Better stronger and lighter than rubber 695 50 foot lengths 419 25 foot lengths 388 REG 119 BROOM RAKE Aluminum Construction 119 Garden Hoe 87c 97 75e 129 Mens White Gym Shorts Ideal for swimming or tennis Only a few left Golfers1195 GOLF BAGS Leather bound canvas bag Sweater and ball pocket DENNY SHUTE GOLF BALL Reg 69c Now 57c 850 SCOOTERS Sturdy steel construction Big rubber tires 8 7 GASOLINE POWER MOWER Reg Full 19 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