Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on September 23, 1949 · Page 24
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 24

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Friday, September 23, 1949
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10 .. 22,- 1949 Mason CUy Globe-CazeUe, Mason City, la Teena - Paige DRESSES Fashion Magazines Use Them! Teen-Agers Choose Them! Globe-Gazelle Photo FIRST DISPUTED PLAY—Y. M. C. A. Secretary John Calhoun got caught in the middle of this dispute after other heads of the Y's baseball league membership drive had left Wednesday night. Bruce "Kiner" Lyons, left, aids Manager Miles Chenault of the Pittsburgh Pirates, right, in straightening out the Pirates claim. It aided their mark and brought them into 4th place in the 6-team National league. "Kiner" said tl)e scorekeepers had forgotten to tally one of his "home runs." Bumping Doesn't Pay Detroit, (li.R)—John Krekeler was fined $25 for repeatedly bumping his car into the taxicab in which his wife was riding. Indians Lead in First Report Meeting of Membership Drive PECIAL TH5S WEEK .END TASTY—FULL MILK Smooth highly mellow chocolate. A solid hit with the whole family. AT HARRY'S BOOTS You Men Who Really Want Shoes That Are Tough for Wear Should See These Boots I WORK SOX ARMY KHAKI NAVY RANDOM NAVY WHITE I SH These Are First Quality Sox of Good Weight Cotton. A ^ Special Purchase Makes This Hose Bargain Possible!'' NAVY for BROWN JERSEY for JACKETS! FOR WORK, SPORT, DRESS • TAN • GRAY • 0. D. 'HARRY SELLS FOR LESS' 100% WOOL ARMY BLANKETS 3.94 GOOD QUALITY Handkerchiefs for i OUTSIDE WHITEfPAINT BLUE CHAMBRAY SHIRTS GREY SWEAT SHIRTS NAVY STYLE WORK SHOES ALL SIZE TARPAULINS Gal. 2.66 98c 1.33 4.66 9c Sq. Ft. OPEN EVENINGS 1 TO !) SUNDAY MORNING U TO 12 WAR SURPLUS STORE 337 So. Federal Ave. Next to Casey Drug Co. The first of 3 report meetings in the Y. M. C. A.'s annual fall membership drive was held Wednesday evening with M. E. Clay- ourg's Cleveland Indians displaying the initial batting 'punch, a lusty 38 per cent. The 12 teams in the race had an overall average of 19 per cent of their goal in new members and cash. Another report will be made Friday and a final roundup Monday. The Indians have secured 12 memberships and $245 in cash towards their goal. A total of 105 memberships have been signed by the canvassers on 12 teams in the American and National leagues, Commissioner Fred Heneman announced. Best National league mark was hung up by Bob Ball's Brooklyn Dodgers who notched 34 per cent of their goal. They secured 10 memberships. It is hoped that GOO memberships will be realized from the week long drive. Standings of the teams: AMERICAN Per Cent. Clayburg's Indians .380 Knutson's Red Sox .250 Tat's Tigers .140 Davis' Yankees .120 Darland's White Sox .110 Barnes' Athletics .040 NATIONAL Dall's Dodgers .340 Decker's Cardinals .250 Weber's Giants - .240 Chenault's Pirates .210 Hamblin.'s Braves .150 Campbell's Phillies .100 Excuse Gets Across Hillsdale, Mich., (U.P.)—Al Wal! ters, a night-watchman, got out £ a speeding ticket when he told oolice he was hurrying home to :et his false teeth so he could eat iis lunch. Flattering Line You'll like the way softer styling adds subtle 'flattery to this frock—seo the tucked shoulders and draped bodice detail, the easy flare of the 7 gore skirl. No. 2923 is cut in sizes 12, 14, j 16, 18, 20, 36, 38, 40, 42, 44 and I 46. Size 18, 3} yds. 39-in. ' Send 25c for PATTERN with Name, Address and Style Number. State size desired. Address PATTERN DEPARTMENT, Globe-Gazette, 121 W. 19th St., New York 11, N. Y. Just out! The FALL-WINTER FASHION BOOK presenting fashions they are wearing now and new styles to come. Over 150 practical, easy-to-sevy, up-to-the- minute pattern designs for all ages. Remember, it's smart to sew jour own and save money. Order your copy now, price just 20 cents. Special TOWELS Special purchase of fluffy/ absorbent Turkish towels that you'd expect to pay about twice as much as these low prices. • Big Bath Size 50c • Handy Size 25c • Wash Cloths 3 for 25c *•<«***«*•»*»*•> 4K**M >*»<**** ' «*>*•<«*•»! <««»*•»«»* . »»•»»« !«»«»« ,**»»*«*«» , **«»»»»•*« .»•*•*»***« »»»«««*»*«* I»»**»»*»« .»»»«« <**»>« • «»»«»»»»» • 4«««*•«*** «•«•»*»» «*»*>»»«»« 2 98 10 95 You'll Love These Year 7 Round Favorites by FRUIT- of the LOOM Traditional checked percale with guarantee for wear and washability. Sizes 38 to 52. — SECOND FLOOR — for styles so smart and fabrics so perfect! Sizes 9 to 15 • 100% Wool, Velvet Trim • 1 and 2-piece Styles • Tailored Failles • Gray, Green, Slate Blue and Red BLOUSES For Every Occasion! SECOND FLOOR — Others 3.98 Gives You a Choice of — • Styles in rayon crepe • Long or short sleeves x • Many colors. Sizes 32 to 40 B A. Precise detailing, smart stitched front, long full sleeves. Choice of pink or rust. Sizes 32 to 40. B. Your wardrobe seems to pivot around these softly' tailored crepe blouses. White, tan, green, gold, pink. 32 to 40. Other long sleeve favorites. Jewel necklines. Perfect to team with your skirts. White, blue. 32 to 40. — MAIN FLOOR — ^ Outstanding Values in Woof, Flannel, Tweed, Plain SKIRTS.. ..3 Modified Swing Skirts That Will Go With All Sweaters and Blouses! Popular new tweed styled to ^flatter your sweaters and blouses. Sizes 12 to 18. Season's top news in all wool swirling skirts. Color choice. Sizes 12 to 18. Peppiest new plaids! Another seasonal hit for your wardrobe. Sizes 12.to 18. — MAIN FLOOR —

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