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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 10, 1950, Mason City, Iowa 18 July 10 1950 City GUfeGftMtte City Im Entertain Mothers Fenton Forewafd 4H club entertained their mothers nt their annual Mothers Tea re cently at the Lester Theesfield home Shirley DeWall and Lita Barker presided at the tea table Girl Scouts Camp Out Girl Scouts and their leader Mrs Edward Whiteside camped on the banks of the Winnebago river Saturday Badges earned recently were NEWS of RECORD Police Court Louis Wil liamson of Northfield Minn vis ited recently v ith his nephew and niece Mr and Mrs H S Kerssen r lOANS WITHOUT ENDORSERS Failure to answer traffic ticket sum II Beudickaou llGt N Federal fined and costs Double Baker G19 Glh S W forfeited bond Other parking Hoff man 331 Gth N W Wilbur Nettifee 1003 Taylor N W Al Solberg 102 2ith S Lyte Huff Rockwell Konald R McEldoon 409 1st N W John D Can nella 31 4th N E Alex Despenas 208 15th N W Roy Witham 324 llth N E Mrs M S Bellamy 24th S W J G Hanseii 510 9th S E Jim Kjelso 1C Adams N Wj James Cawley 100 28th S W Robert L Bliss SlfeS Fed eral Mrs M B Cassidy Rockwell Reuben A Hall KSMN Robert Walker Clear Lake C J McClung410 Massa chusetts S E E J Huser 25 3rd S V IS C Fisher 10 1st S E Roger Hall 122 10th S E B R Sams 132 2nd S W John Overmyre Indianola M K Evans 1108 Pennsylvania S E and Lloyd Rose 11914 E State each for feited bond Hart Motors 120 DeIaT ware N E forfeited for 2 violations Kenneth M Larson Madison N W forfeited S3 for 3 violations Careless S Infante 1T29 Delaware N E forfeited bond T Egan 122 Slh N E forfeited bond Richard D Peterson Big Lake Minn fined and costs E Furness 8th N W forfeited S10 bond Assault and Awe 232 Uh S W fined S25 and costs Mrs F Casey Services Held Rites Conducted at St Josephs Church Funeral services for Mrs Fran ces M Casey 59 who died Thurs day were held Saturday at St Josephs Catholic church with the Rt Rev Msgr P F Malone cele brant ol the mass assisted by the Rev Drummy Waverly Attending the services from oul of the city were Marcella Duster and Jimmy Duster Cedar Rapids Joe Kelley and Mr and Mrs Ralph Kelley Early Iowa Mxs Babe Sullivan and Mr and Mrs Gerald Hoskins Carroll Iowa Mrs Va Slarkey Minneapolis Minn Mr and Mrs Ed Westover and Mr and Mrs Cookman Clear Lake Mrs Leone Turner Des Moines and Sister Agnes Marie Waverly Pallbearers were Joe Shovein Larry Pattee Ueo Delaney Mike Kelly Elmer Nangle and Jack Mc ole Ushers were Victor Coyle and Guy Lownsberry Burial was at St Josephs Catholic cemetery The Colonial funeral home in charge Remodel Building Farmers CoOpera tive company is remodeling the interior of its office building The north half of the office is being enlarged for the display of paints and building supplies Ohio became a state in 1803 Luther Offers Farm Youth New Course Decorah Doctor J W Ylvi saker piesident of Luther college Decorah has announced the intro duction of a new course of study a 2year Rural Leadership Train ing designed particularly for the farm youth of the Evangelical Lutheran church The course will include pre scribed phases of study in Bible with additional emphasis on Luth ers catechism Bible history and other related subjects which will contribute to the training of lay Sunday school teachers and other youth work in the church Courses in English and speech will be an important part of the curriculum including opportuni ties for public speaking debate organization techniques PS well as competent training in the art of writing Science courses will center around the study of botany and physics special lectures by ex perts in the field of soils con servation wildlife mineral de posits will be included in this de partment The social studies will include courses in history economics and political science as well as sociolo gy while special interests will be served by participation in Boy Scout work various recreational fields music both vocal and in strumental Rural students for this course of study will reside in camp dormi tories and will havefull oppor tunities to all of the various extracurricular activities on the campus floors and ceilings have pie ted on Work Progresses West Union Finish wovk Palmer Memorial hospital is in progress as painters are doing in terior decorating this week Hall Lake Heiny Homer Twito and Donald Sanvik were at Brainerd Minn fishing recently KoolAut G I CAB LINE PHONE 731 Non Meter Cabs 35c ANY PLACE IN TOWN FOR 1 OE 2 PEOPLE lOc Extra For Each Additional Passenger PROMPT SERVICE Yes Household Finance service is fast HFC wants to help you solve your money problem quickly without embarrassment or delay If you phone first your loan can be ready when you come in LOANS FOR ANY GOOD REASON HFC makes loans to pay overdue bills medical bills repair bills vacation ex penses or for any good purpose ON SIGNATURE CAR OR fURNITURE Loans of up to made prompt ly on car furniture or your signature only without en dorsers you CHOOSE REPAYMENT PLAN At HFC you select the re payment plan that best fits your income Take 6 12 15 or up to 20 months to re pay See table for plan most convenient for you Realty Transfers Manlove Wayne B and Fern to So phia M Manlove SI QCD Lot 5 Blk C College Add to Mason City 52ril VanOort Dolores Manlove and Dwayne to Sophia M Manlove OCD as above 42850 Manlove Ada et al to Sophia M Manlove QCD as above 42K50 Manlove Troy E and Verna et al to Sophia M Manlove QCD as above Schleusner Louis and Lucy to Fred Hue Jr Jl WD Lot Blk 1 Ven tura Heights 42750 Parrish Robert H Jr and Dorothea M to Carl A Holman WD Lot 17 Blk i in Kuppingers Add to Mason City 7350 Marty George S adm of Minnie Ilalfpap estate to Elmer Pals undivided interest in Lots 1 2 3 4 Blk li Mtservey1 la 77511 Births Reported At Mercy to Mr and Mrs Rex Marinis 21 lllst S E Sunday Son to Mr and Mrs Harry P Gilbert Thornton Saturday Son to Mr and Mrs Kenneth Ferry Sheffield Monday At Park to Mr and Mrs Thomas Quisling Hanlontown Sunday Daughter to Mr and Mrs George II Wendelroute one Sunday Daughter to Mr and Mrs Janes L Tweeten Joice Sunday Son to Mr and MrsGerald H Pinta Itudd Sunday Son to Mr and Mrs Wallace N God den 729 llth N E Monday Fire Calls Ctsk YMtot y 100 150 200 20 PA 15 P 12 6 paymlt 998 1311 1247 1644 1007 1497 1978 1848 2759 3660 5455 At a m Sunday to rear of 200 North Commercial trash burning in cari At a m Sunday to 111 2nd N E cat in tree At p m Sunday to 2nd N E apartment of Fred Grace Refrigerator leak Al a Monday salvage truck sent to airport with life net requested to rescue man on top of silo near Gract tlnger Patrol Cases Payments include charges of 3 per month on thai part of a balance not exceeding and 2 per month on that part oj a balance in excess of Phone or Visit Household Finance Today MONET WHIM YOUNEED IT HOUSEHOLD FINANCE Failure to report accident within 24 K Sams 13i 2nd S W fined and costs Reckless J Merfield Sioux City forfeited bond Intoxication and allowing unauthorized L Taylor Sioux City forfeited 41150 ion on each charge Marriage Licenses Jack Allan Dorfman 21 Excelsior Minn and Betty Jean Mann 19 Min neapolis 117Vz NFederal Avenue 2nd Floor PHONE City made to Residents of Nearby Towns New Car Sales S C Ratliff 418 N E Ford John F Dolan 118 Pennsylvania N E Kaiser Dr S Brownstone Clear Lake Mercury Robert K Ehlers Plymouth Oldsmohile Alex D Anderson 1305 Pennsylvania N E Hudson and Mrs Roy Potter of Alhambra Cal are vis iting relatives and friends here CORD HOPKINS 1 FOUNTAIN LUNCH THIS WEEKS Luncheon Feature from a m to 2 p TO Daily BAKED HAMBURGER STEAK in Mushroom Gravy Fluffy Whipped Potatoes Chilled Gelatin Salad Home Made Roll and Butter ALL FOR ONLY 49 AFTERHOON SPECIAL from p m to p m Large Glass Ice Cold OLDFASHIONED REAL LEMONADE ONLY 7 SAVE MORE INSTALL YOUR OWN FLOOR TILE Design your own customstyled floors from Cooks suptrb selection of asphalt tile linoleum tile or rubber Select color combinations desired at amazingly low prices You buy only who you need and you can 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