Mason City Globe Gazette, February 23, 1962

Mason City Globe Gazette

February 23, 1962

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Issue date: Friday, February 23, 1962

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Publication name: Mason City Globe Gazette

Location: Mason City, Iowa

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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - February 23, 1962, Mason City, Iowa Feb. 23, mz Mason City, la. GLORYIHALLELUJAH ioWA. MONDAY. NOVEMBER 11. IMS. 1928 parade included mobile post office A travtling pMtaffict for mailing Mwvcnirs of Mason City's Anniversary cctobratiwi will he provided as a part of the two historic parades, according to local pestoffice authorities. This traveling posteffice or float will carry distribution clerks and a primary separation case most important of all, will be equipment for the cancellation of the stamps by a special Mason City anniversary city's ROOSEVELT LARSON'S CONGRATULATES THE GLOBE-GAZETTE ON ITS 100th ANNIVERSARY We're just a youngster when it comes to the number of years that we've been in business but in these few years we have grown to be known as the Mason City store where brides register their selection of china, crystal and silver. Friendly personal counsel, along with a large selection of fine quality gifts have made us "the brides store of Mason City." CHINA CENTER; ARSON'S ON SHOPPERS LANE ELECTION EXTRA! 5 A. M. EDITION ALL NOETH VOL. XXXIX MASON CITY. IOWA. WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER S. If-32 DEMOCRAT AVALANCHE SWEEPS IOWA MURPHY WINS Jewelry and Watch Repair S. E. NORTH IOWA'S DAILY PAPER Himself to Carry r r MUM FR Memorial 10 CONGRESS GA 4-3713 Diamonds Watches Watch Bands Pearl Rings Diamonds Remounted Watch Repair Jewelry Repair Come In for FREE ESTIMATES Trust Your Watch to a Master Watchmaker ROBERT NORD Congratulations To The CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE On Its 100 Year Anniversary... STORIES OF OLD Globe- Gazette newspaper files in- clude many historic headlines. Among them are those telling of the end of world war I the election of Frank- lin Roosevelt (center) and the death of FDR County fair began in '75 after frost An early day county fair came a few day? atter tne 5. The Cerro Gordo Azricuitural Society started its on Oct. 1-i. IS75. The first ki! can-.c on Oct. ii and fell on Oct. 26. The fair held a die- tancc west of the raiiroad ;rsck; on the south side of Twelfth street northwest and at that time thi: av, ay out in the country. Mrs. A. S. Feu took the first prize. S5. for the best June made butter, but, there were other good buuermakers whose 20-pound jars v.'ere on exhibition. Among them Mrs. B. A. Bryant. Mrs. Elihu Brown, Mrs. Theron Pal- meter. Mrs. 0. T. Denison and Mrs. Kirk. Mrs. Denison also had the best counterpane. best pair of blankets and best ornaments! needlework. T. N. Miller was president and T. G. Emslcy, secretary. i THE OFFICERS AND MEMBERS of AHEPA LODGE American Hellenic Educational Progressive Association Mason City Chapter No. 207 Join with AH Other Lodges and Organizations in Congratulating the MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE Celebrating Its tooth and EXTENDS BEST WISHES FOR ANOTHER 100 YEARS OF PROGRESS a 114 16 not alwauA measure 0 ma ieria Ilk a St. John's Episcopal Church has kept pace with Mason City's progress. As rrateriai evidence we offer our beau- tiful church with its newly completed Chapel and Educational wing, a project of the entire congregation. But more important, by the use of these facilities, we will be able to advance a fuller spiritual life and in- crease our fellowship and educational activities. Since the organization of this church in 1871, St. John's Episcopal Church has attained growth, but we have not stopped growing. St. John's Episcopal Church 1st Street N.E. at Pennsylvania Ave. SPAPER ;