Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on September 23, 1949 · Page 25
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Mason City, Iowa
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Friday, September 23, 1949
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Deweese Speaks at Christian Church Dinner Meeting The fellowship dinner of the First Christian church was held Wednesday evening. The dinner was sponsored by the members o£ the young married folks unit in charge of Mrs. Max Deweese. Assisting Mrs. Deweese in-the kitchen were Mrs. Ora Beem, chairman .of the church night dinner committee and Mrs. LaVerne Barker and Mrs. Frank Davenport. At the conclusion 'of the meal the program was under the direction of the Rev. R. L. Williams, who led the congregation in the singing of a number of old time favorite hymns. The Rev. • Max Deweese, crusade, evangelist for the Disciples of "Christ Brotherhood, led a period of devotion and spoke to the group upon the theme "The Fellowship of Light." Following , the addre'ss of Mr. Deweese, a recommendation 5trom the official board that a gas heating unit be installed "was received and unanimously carried by the members of the congregation. Dean Clifford Beem, chairman of he official board, presided at the business session. During the evening announcement was made of the nursery Benefit party, sponsored by the B. T. Pi. Class to be held on Saturday evening at the Hardware mutual building, and of rally day and world - wide communion day to be observed Sunday, Oct. 2. Guests attending the dinner included Mr. and Mrs. Harold Brigham of Spencer, Mrs. James Lacke and daughter of Compton, Cal., and Mrs. Raymond Zack, Mason City. Serves in Henrico Lake Mills — Ernest C. Vaale, chief hospital corpsman, of Lake Mills is serving as a crew member of the attack transport USS Henrico, which is participating this fall in "Operation Miki," a large scale amphibious exercise in the Pacific. Many years age, Hawaii, Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands were overrun with the mongoose, introduced in the belief it would exterminate rats. The mongoose, however, proved more destructive than the rat. TYLER-RYAN Sensational 3 DAY CHAIR SALE Now Going Full Blast Over 300 chairs including chairs for Living Room, Dining Room and Office . . . Floor Samples and Factory Close-Outs. If you need,chairs take advantage of these t , 3 money saving days. $1.00 Down Payment Holds Any Chair for 30 Days TYLER-RYAN FURNITURE CO. 29 Second St. S. E. Phone 3910 ' SAVE MORE THAN EVER BEFORE DURING OUR GREAT Anniversary SALE SPECIAL FOR 7 DAYS ONLY BRAND NEW — ARMY STYLE COMBAT BOOTS 71/2 to 12 $5.55 Reg. $7.95 All Cotton WORK $OX 5 pair $1'00 50% Wool—O. D. or Random WORK SOX, Reg. 49c 34c pr. 50% Wool—O. D. CUSHION SOLE SOX, Reg. 55c 44C pr. SPECIAL Brand New, Nl 'Style DECK JACKET Zipper and button front — water repellent . .. . sateen outer shell with 100% wool fleece lining —warm mouton collar— draw string: bottom., $8.88 Brand New, Wool JACKETS < • Here's an everyday jacket at a price. It's warm but light weight — Zipper front. Comes in blue or brown. Just the thing for these chilly mornings. $5.95 Pink or Green OFFICERS' DRESS TROUSERS $9.99 TARPS - TARPS • TARPS 15-ox. and 18-ox. After Treatment ALL SIZES AVAILABLE LOWEST PRICES IN TOWN NEW 1950 NASH AIRFLYTE ON DISPLAY—Instrument panels of the 1950 Nash Airflyte series have been completely redesigned, with all driving instruments clustered centrally in the "Uniscope" and \yith frequently used controls on the left side of the steering wheel for easy access by the driver. An interesting feature of the redesigned 1950 panels is a sliding "bin type" drawer glove compartment replacing the conventional "drop-door" type used in previous models. This model car is on display at the Mason •City Nash company, 1311 N. Federal. 1950 Nash Airflyte to Be Placed on Display Friday Packinghouse Union Leaders Attending Training Sessions The United Packinghouse Workers of America—CIO leadership training school got under way Sunday evening at the Boone Y. M. C. A. camp with an attendance of 44 students. The speakers for the evening session were Russell Bull, actinrj director, district No. !i; Leon Smith, director of the camp, and Clive Knowles, director of the farm- labor relations of district No. 3. A camp committee was elected and camp rules adopted. Monday the classes convened for a 4 hour session in the morning and will continue each day until Saturday. Each afternoon there will be a one hour general discussion led by Lyle Cooper, research director for UPWA-CIO. The entertainment for the evenings is singing by the UPWA caravan and films shown by Kenneth Everhart from the "Iowa State CIO. The camp site covers more than 300 acres of ground. There are 18 cabins, health lodge, main lodge, mess hall, swimming pool and all kinds of sports. Attending-the camp from Mason City are: Art Costello, president; Ed Melsh, recording secretary, and Mabel Haunches, financial secretary of the local packinghouse workers union. Mason City Globe-Gaietle, M»jon City, 1». Sept. 22, 1949 The new 1950 Nash Airflyte car with many exclusive features will be on public display beginning Friday at the Mason City Nash company, 1311 N. Federal. Extensive remodeling has been undertaken at the garage and the show room space has been enlarged to accommodate 2 cars' instead of one as formerly. Office space has also been re-arranged and redecorated. The entrance into the showroom also was changed, making the entrance to the service department also more accessible. The remodeling was done in preparation for the showing of the 1950 Nash Air- flyte model, according to O. S. Aldridge, owner and operator. Coffee will be served at the opening on Friday. Two Lines Offered Two lines of the 1950 Nash cars will be offered, the Nash Statesman in the low medium-price field and the Nash Ambassador with, fully automatic shifting in the medium price field. The '50 models have a new conception ol! motoring comfort. They are not only beautiful cars, but have aerodynamic design, and a choice of 3 transmissions—Hydra- Matic 'clutchless' shifting; automatic overdrive; or standard transmission. There are also built in twin beds and adjustable reclining seats. The'1950 Nash Airflytes offer driving pleasure, comfort, economy and safety. .Foremost among the mechanical improvements of the 1950 Nash Airflyte Ambassador models is the famed Hydra-Matic drive combined with the Nash developed Selecto-lift starting offered as optional equipment. Clutch Eliminated Operation of the Hydra-Matic requires only positioning of a forward or reverse direction selector lever and completely eliminates the clutch pedal. The new starter control, exclusive with Nash, operates merely by lifting the Hydra- Matic selector lever and eliminates separate floor or instrument panel starting. • Front end views of the new 1950 Nash Airflytes also emphasize their scientifically conceived aerodynamic design, cpmfort- creating width, and road-hugging, low center of gravity. Front and rear bumpers, with new and more massive bumper guards, follow the general streamlined styling and accentuate the aerodynamic lines of the new cars. } North lowans to Attend State Realtors Meeting Eight members of the North Jentral Iowa Board of Realtors -ire among the 650 attending the Iowa Real Estate association's 31st annual convention at Hotel tTort Des Moines this weekend. Local men planning to attend include Allan F. Beck, J. Francis Beck, V. C. Glass, Ivan A. Barnes and C. R. Brown of Mason City; Alton Sanders and J. M. Weitzel of Charles City, and Tom Gilpin of Northwood. A number of prominent speak ers will appear on the program including Ted Maenner of Omaha president, of the national association; Arthur Brayton, Des Moiaes Chamber of Commerce; Calvin K Snyder, secretary, Realtors Washington committee; Harold J. Grove regional vice president, and Otto Knudsen, president of the institute of Farm" Brokers. Tom Collins of Kansas City will address the group Friday at 6:30 p. m., on the subject, "This Changin World." President Paul Weaver o Council Bluffs will preside at th sessions. James Buchanan was the only bachelor to become president o£ the United States. Milk House Burns LeRoy, Minn. — Children with matches were .the cause of a fire which destroyed the milkhouse on the W. Ullom farm northeast of LeRoy Tuesday. The LeRoy fire department succeeded in saving the other buildings. 100% Wool— Brand New MEN'S OVERCOATS . . . $9.99 men CnMra v iot iviMn i "THB STORE WITH THE BRIGHT RED FRONT" 119 SOUTH FEDERAL PHONG 1605 Auxiliary Meets Thornton —The Amvet Auxiliary held a potluck lunch at the Legion hall. The husbands were guests. Mrs. Elmer Christensen, president of the Auxiliary, presented past president pins to Mrs. Mildred Alexander, Mrs. Harry Engebretson, Mrs. James Carlsen, Mrs. Minnie Ingebrelson and Mrs. Tom Peterson. Thornton will entertain the county meeting Oct. 17 at the Legion hall. Plan Building Kanawna —Members of the Kanawha Lutheran church were to meet Thursday evening to consider the construction of a new parsonage. ANOTHER SHIPMENT SPECIAL FOR FRIDAY ONLY oses FRESH GUT WITH LONG STEMS 201-203 North Federal MEN! Just Received a Large Shipment of THOSE EVER FAMOUS OSTEO- e*aff 109 Aspirin $1.23 ABSORBINE JR. Cutter Edge-125 Ft. Roll WAX PAPER PLENAMINS Multi-Vitamin CapsuUi combined with Liver Concentrate RbUU.L--.toU s Yeast PURETEST PRESS LEVER! CLOWN POPS OUT PLASTIC JACK IN THE CAMERA 4 Ounce a • Crystals 4 Oz. A. really novelty. Hai all the featurei oi * imall $2.00 VAL.. " PMOt/OGXAPH COOING BABY Your Favorite! by Famout Artiiti QUALITY AND tow PRICED Official eize and weight. High grade simulated leathar. Sho cxlai, tighi, gurglej. Soft natural rubber « MIDGET BALL Junior Size REVLON TON I COLOR CHEST $3.00 Val. $2.00 worth of Last- ron Nail Enamel lor— WITH NEW SPIN CURLERS 4 bottles to chest in color assortment. Faster, Easier LIGHTER, BRIGHTER NEW LIPSTICKS by FACTOR PINK VELVET CORAL GLOW PINK SECRET LIMITED TIME REGULAR $2.50 JAR Once A Year Sale REGULAR $2.00 BARBARA GOULD DU BARRY DERMA-SEC PLUS TAX Softens, emootbea the skin It really stays on Helps prevent dry- nest, smoothes throktSice. This shipment is the largest we have received in years. Large variety of styles, including Cap Toes, Moc Toes, Wing Tips in smooth and Scotch grain leathers. $1.00 Val. OF MONEYf SAVING VALUES EVERY DAY AT FORD HOPKINS 1 / 2 PRICE SALE While They i** PRO-PHY-LAC-TIC PROLON TOOTH BRUSHES & TOOTH BRUSH SPECIAL OFFER LIMITED TIME 4 Oz. Size Tons Creme Shampoo 95' Buy 1 tooth brush at ti» regular price (50c) get 1 at .V2 Price. Large Cake Sizes 5 to 15 From Narrow fo Wide Widths DON'T WAIT — COME IN TODAY WHILE WE HAVE YOUR SIZE REMEMBER MEN . . . For Solid Comfort It's Osteo-poth-iks— the Shoe That Needs No Breaking-in Odd Lot Shoe Co. 121 South Federal Harry Tamrcs Maurice Kitsis Reg., Super, Jr. •6 ^ in ^^< JL£ Pkge. 44 Sanitary Protection In Pkge. For Rugs, Clothes, Furniture MOTH SPRAY PINT 79' DIAL DEODORANT AND BATH SOAP 25' Large Size AMIIDAI AMMONIATCD y|Qc AlflUlfUL TOOTH POWDERH-Sf Pack of 6 with Nupercaine BLUE-JAY 29 e 6 Ounce 14 Oz. Feminine Hygiene ANTISEPTIC S3 —For Stomach Acidity JLV^VJ — r oi OLUiiiaun .nt-iuiiy M f\ BESODOL MINTS 49 i Large—Cleansing, Refreshing TOOTH PASTE Apex Moth Cake 33* Lens Cleaner Tissues—30-Day Supply SIGHT SAVERS 10* 65c Size (Fights Headaches) Bromo Seltzer 57' 43' | Reduce without dieting FOR REDUCING 30 DAY SUPPLY AYDS $089 Single or Double Edge in Zipak Pal Blades 44»r98 c Double Size (Luxury Lather) WILLIAMS 13 NORTH FEDERAL AVE. 49 e MASON CITY

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