Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on September 22, 1949 · Page 24
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 24

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Mason City Globe-Gazette, Mason Clt>vla. Sept. 21, 1949 Receive Humane Treatment Under City System Police Department Picks Up 50 Stray Dogs Each Month Junior College and High School Teachers Hear Talk on Europe The high school and junior college teachers association met Tuesday after school for its first session of the new school year. Miss Alice Riter gave a talk on her trip to Europe this summer. She told of the schools and education facilities in Germany, England and Saarbrucken. She reported visiting in -Munich with several teachers she and,the students here had corresponded with. Sara Senior, social chairman, reported on the annual fall picnic for the group to be held at State park, Clear Lake on Oct. 10 after school. President R. E. Nyquist presided. Meeting- Date Set * Allison—The annual meeting of the Butler County Fire and Lightning Insurance Association will be held at the courthouse in Allison Sept. 30 and Oct. 1. Election of officers and directors will take place Oct. 1. 9x12 RUG SPECIAL While They Last * AXMINSTER RUGS $4250 Regular Price $52.50- TYLER-RYAN Furniture Co. 29 Second St. S. E. Phone 3910 According to a popular concept -^-the dog is man's best friend— but to the Mason City police department, confronted with about 45 to 50 stray and homeless canines monthly, this proverb might not be acceptable. The department disposes, in a humane manner, of all dogs discovered or reported to be homeless. All apparently valuable dogs, including those licensed, are detained at a local veterinarians for a period of time pending claiming by owners. In the event a valuable dog isn't claimed, the police department then consults its list of persons who have expressed a desire to acquire a homeless dog. If owners don't claim lost dogs or a home isn't provided by other persons, the dogs are then disposed of. All unlicensed dogs encountered unleashed are taken into custody. In Cerro Gordo county it is impossible to secure a license for a female dog, and as a result, no female is authorized to run free. The department has found that this individual disposition of dogs is vastly superior and more efficient than the city pound system formerly employed. "First of all, a pound necessitates some escape proof enclosure," Capt. Leo Risacher said. "Then, we were always troubled by persons entering the detention place at night and liberating the captured dogs," he continued. Under the present plan, Risacher explained, it isn't necessary to engage a dog catcher—his duties are being performed by the police department—and the need for a pound is precluded. Thus, the tax payers are saving money xvhile the duties are being efficiently performed. Attend Convention Nortliwood — Russell Schaub, Joe Weaver, Harlan Williams, Horace Hendrickson and Duane Larson were delegates to the Future Farmers of America officers' convention at Eagle Grove. Accompanying them to the meeting were the Northwood high school F. F. A. advisor, Howard Rupert. The local F. F. A. chapter has an enrollment of 41 members, 26 studying animal husbandry and 15 in farm. shop. ATTEND SHOWS Northwood — Russell Schaub, Lawrence Hauge, Richard Hogan, Allan Stevens and Billy Pangburn participated in -the swine judging contest at the national barrow show in Austin. The home team accompanied Howard Rupert, advisor, to Spencer for a state judging contest at the Clay county fair. how little it costs to own The Big, Beautiful SHERATON Fuel Oii Home Heater by POOTHERM 1. World's first upright heater styled like a fine period furniture piece! 2. (jives you more heat from every drop of oil with exclusive Dual Chamber Burner! 3. Smart design and rich mahogany finish— beautifies your home as it heats it! 4. Heats at the turn of a dial—no work, no dirt! ThU it »—an upright circulator by .Duo-Therm, America's most popular heater. It's a big 4-in-l value, so buy now! Get genuine Duo-Therm comfort, long service, real fuel savings for years to come. Convenient Credit Terms. Duo-Therm Power-Air Blower, available at slight extra «,«* up to 1 gallon of fuel oil in every *. Often pays for Itself in one heating seanon. TYLER-RYAN FURNITURE CO. STARTS TOMORROW ! DOORS OPEN 9:00 A, M. A CARRY Thursday - Friday - Saturday 3 BIG SPECIAL SHOPPING DAYS TO SHOW YOU THAT PAYING CASH . . . AND CARRYING IT IS A THRIFTY WAY TO BUY! SAVINGS FOR EVERYBODY . . . EVERYDAY AT PENNEY'S! 100 BOYS' FLANNELETTE SHIRTS Husky boys love them! Plaids . . . with lots of color! Sanforized. 6-18. —Boys' Dept.— 144 3 Ib. WOOL BLANKETS Winteri green, aqua, plus iqany more colors! 72" x 84" double bed size. —Downstairs Store— 25 MEN'S ALL WOOL SUITS Our faihous J., C. Penney suit that is tailored to fit ... long wearing and in sizes 36-44, only 35 oo MEN'S TOPCOATS $ 30 10 at V ^.^ 15 at V ^H 20 at Part-Wool Gabardine-All Wool Covert-All Wool Gabardine 50 SHEET BLANKETS JUBILEE ^FEATURE 300 PASTEL SHIRTS MEN'S WAISTBAND OVERALLS Big Mac 8 oz. denim that wear and wear. Sanforized. Sizes 30-38 75 MEN'S Cotton Flannel PLAID SHIRTS Man-oh-Man—! What a honey of a shirt for $2.66. Come in—see these—You'll buy several! Cash-and-Carry value at 2,66 Men's Dress Sox, 10 T / 2 -12 25c Men's Lined Overall Jacket, 38-46 3.29 Men's Gabardine Surcoat, 38-44 9.90 Men's Pay Day Overalls, high or low back . 2.79 Men's Pay Day Overall Jacket 2.79 Men's Work Sox, lOVz-12 5 pr. 1.00 SUPER HEAVY WEIGHT . . . LONGER WEARING! Cool nights ahead . . . use these sheet blankets in winter in place of sheets . .. they're warm to the touch, comfortable to sleep between. And now when you need them Penney's C & C Jubilee price only $1.77 White Cotton Sheet Blankets 72" x 90" size Downstairs Store WIDESPREAD OR NU-CRAFT* COLLARS, 14Vz-17 Smart men are buying pastels—more than ,any other shirts! Yes—they're the talk of men's fashions . . . and priced at Penney's low Jubilee $1.99. Widespread or Nu-Craft collar with barrel cuffs ... Sanforizeid. A Cash £ Carry Value you can't affond to miss! Main Floor VALUES GALORE ALL OVER THE STORE! FEATURE LACE NET PANELS True luxury to fit anybody's budget! Longwearing! 54" x 81" panel. —Downstairs Store— Joo 29 Second St. S. E. Phone 3910 MEN'S WHITE SHIRTS 300 higher priced shirts at a low Cash- and-Carry price. First quality. 14i/ 2 -17. —Men's Dept.— 25 Women's All Wool Covert All Wool Tweed COATS eral out linings, sizes 8-18. Balcony FEATURE 100 WOMEN'S DRESSY DRESSES Casual rayon gabardines . . . rayon failles . . . duco romaine crepe. 9-241. Balcony 800 Yards 27" WHITE OUTING FLANNEL 36" Outing ... ..29c yd. Main Floor FEATURE I ft FEATURE 200 Pair Women's FIRST QUALITY NYLONS New fall shades. Buy several pair 1 . Main Floor Panel 12 GIRLS' ALL WOOL COATS Yes! All wool covert coats . . . Interlined for warmth and wear. In green, wine, grey. 7-12 OO 75 pr. MEN'S WORK SHOES Tough wearing work shoes . . . with cord soles, steel shank. Sizes 6 to 11 40 pr. Girls' 2-Strap Sandals, 8'/ 2 -3 2.98 100 pr. Misses' Saddle Shoes, 4 ! / 2 -9 4.49 100 pr. Men's Horsehide Work Shoes, 6-11 .. 6.88 100 pr. Men's 4-BuckIe Overshoes, 6-12 ..".. 4.66 100 pr* Men's 2-Buckle Overshoes, 6-12 ... 2.77 50 pr. Boys' 4-Buckle Overshoes, 111/2-5 3.44 —Shoe Dept.— I 50 TODDLERS' SNOW SUITS Warm little one piece satin twill snowsuits. In blue sapphire, red, brown. Sizes 1-2-3-4. With matching hat 60 Misses' Nylon "Sweaters 2.88 36 Women's Blouses 1.00 Balcony NATION-WIDE SHEETS 81x108.. 1.89 — Type 128 — 81x99 179 Women's Flannelette Gowns, 16-20x 1.79 Toddler's 3 PC. Sleepers, 1-4 1.98 Main Floor 95 BOYS' SLACK SETS A perfect school set ... long plaid pants with a sporty plain colored shirt to match. Sizes 4 to 8. Drastically reduced to ...'.. 199 24 BOYS' GABARDINE SURCOATS Specially purchased for Cash-and-Carry Savings. Sizes 8-18 Y ALL THE VALUE RIGHT &^al& t&ySJi Xifr&<K ^."tiZtffo,, $', ,i<>**,y :f s ~-.'3i> V,, ,&, , <^<*v. '&•£••' ,™ 4, <(, -j Boy's Union Suits, long sleeve, ankle length, 4-16 ............ 1.29 Jr. Boys' Mackinaw, 4-12 , 6.88 Boys' Gabardine Sport Shirt, 8-18 2.98 50 Pr. Boys' Twill Pants, broken sizes .. : .... 2.77 Boys' Overall Pants, 6-16 jL.49 Boys' Department ^^«&i

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