Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on July 23, 1948 · Page 23
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Mason City, Iowa
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Friday, July 23, 1948
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Reds Experiment. in 'Honey Healing' Moscow, (fP) — Experiments in healing with honey are continuing at a rapid pace in the Soviet Union where much progress has been reported. A message from Sverdlovsk in Gudok said a candidate lor a medical degree, loirish, is conducting interesting experiments in the Urals for obtaining healing honey and multiple-vitamin honey. The bees, it was reported, are fed on honey or sugar liquid to which some medicinal substance or vitamin has been added. "Bees eating this mixture," said the message, "are producing honey which includes the substance in concentrated form which was added to the original honey or sugar liquid." Some of the kinds of hongy obtained are carrot-milk, carrot-cabbage, egg-milk-carrot and black currant. More than 80 different types of healing honey are now being prepared. Leave for Norway Decorah—Ole Brujord and Miss Merit O. Kamerud concluded a year's visit with relatives and friends in the United States and left Monday for New York where they will embark Saturday for Norway on their return to their home in Ulness, Valders. $25 BUYS YOU AN ESTABLISHED BUSINESS Yes, it's true, a business of your own' for $25 or less. There's a grand opportunity in this community for an ambitious man or woman with selling ability to take over an established, big paying business with an investment to start as little as $25 or less in fast selling merchandise. You'll make big money, year round, supplying Bleecker's well known, high quality farm and home necessities at low. business-getting prices. Many old, steady customers on the route. Sensation premium deals bring easy sales and profits. We furnish your starting outfit. Write for details. BLEECKER COMPANY FARMINGTON Dept. N-48 MINNESOTA Wilson Says Convention Talk Brief Des Moines, (U.R) — U. S. Sen. George A. Wilson said Wednesday his keynote address at the republican state convention Friday will be brief, and without "a lot of fire-eating and name-calling." Wilson is opposed- in the Nov. 2 general election by former U. S. Sen. Guy Gillette, D., Cherokee. Both candidates have indicated they will open their campaigns early in August. Wilson, who didn't even return to Iowa for the primary election, will start after adjournment of the special session of congress which convenes Monday. ' U. S. Sen. Rourke B. Hickenlooper, Cedar Rapids, also will attend the state convention, which will adopt a platform, name 10 presidential electors, and name from. 3 to 5 new members of the state central committee. It also will select a republican candidate for secretary of state since none of the 8 candidates in the primary election received 35 per cent of the vote. Seven candidates are staging a wide-open contest for the spot. Wilson, who has been vacation- ng at Clear Lake, said the halt to k he war in Palestine "proves people are listening to the United Na;ions." He pointed out he had proposed -such an organization in a .943 senate resolution, "long before any recommendation for a UN came from the white house." W. Keith Hamill, Newton, is temporary chairman of the morning session of the convention, at which Wilson will speak. Gov. Robert D. Blue and William S. Beardsley, republican gubernatorial nominee, will be afternoon speakers. Decorah Council Sells Bond Issue and Adopts Budget Decorah — The Carleton Beh company of Des Moines was awarded the contract for $15,000 sewer bonds at 2% with $166 premium plus accrued interest by the city council Tuesday night. The city budget was adopted by the council calling for $64,278 to be raised by taxation. The estimated tax will amount to $21.16 per $1,000, an increase of $1.55 over the current year. Circus elephants are usually females, because male elephants have uncertain dispositions and might prove dangerous. Save in July on Summer Apparel.. at BARON'S Specials in Our New Budget Dress Department MEZZANINE FLOOR JUNIOR — MISSES — WOMEN COTTON FROCKS Here are dresses you can wear through summer and early fall. Some have been reduced from our regular stock of higher priced dresses. Some are special "buys" given to us by the manufacturers who had too much stock on hand. A good selection in practically every size group. u ,,« COTTON HOUSE DRESSES You may have seen some of these styles on our racks at higher prices. Some are special recent purchases. You will save on every dress. Sizes 9 to 44. 88 and 4.88 Specials in Our Ready-to-Wear Dept. SECOND FLOOR Shortie Coats Mostly White . . . Some Pastels Quantities Limited Some Full Length Coats Originally Priced Up to 24.98 - 29.98 $ Crepe — Linen — Bemberg DRESSES About 45 Dresses Reduced for Quick Clearance. Some for Junior, Misses, Women. Formerly Up C to $19.98 ** Not all sizes in all styles STREET FLOOR Specials in our Sportswear Department Every BLOUSE in Stock Reduced for Clearance 1 Complete $1.98 Stock $ 2 Every Regular $2.98 Blouse $ 3 Regular Stock of $3.98 to $5.98 CLEARANCE of PURSES 1.88 to 3.88 Re3U ""' v $2.98 to $6.98 Specials In Our Shoe Department STREET FLOOR F Another 750 pairs nationally advertised WHITES, TU-TONES, REDS, GREENS...all hit styles 1st Group Formerly to 5.95 SUN-BACK DRESSES WITH MATCHING BOLERO Plaids . . . Pastels . . . Blacks Sizes 12 to 20. (Not all sizes in all styles). MEZZANINE FLOOR 2nd Group Formerly to 7.95 Specials in Our New Infants' and Girls' Department STREET FLOOR Toddlers and Girl's DRESSES OFF Solid Colors . . . Prints . . . Sheers . . . Sizes 1 to 3, 3 to 6x . . . 7 ro 14. These are all from nationally known manufacturers. Drastically reduced for quick clearance. Sizes and styles limited. F"" ''""" """ "~" ~~" "*"•" " --•>—t \ ' Suedes, coKskins. .. al! heel heights, All SrZES buf not in every slyk. i i /„,„„,,,„*„<,<,,*•. Air Cooled . . . For Your Shopping Comfort BARON'S APPAREL FOR MOTHER AND DAUGHTER Charles City News Heat Hastens Farmer's Death Rites to Be Saturday for Floyd County Man Charles City —Funeral services will be held at the Hauser funeral home Saturday at 2 p. m. for William C. Picken, 64, Floyd township farmer, who died at his home 4 miles north of Charles City Wednesday morning from a heart ailment, shortly after he collapsed in a field on his farm while shocking oats. He had suffered, from a heart condition for several years and it is believed he overexerted himself in the heat. The Rev. J. K. Delahooke, pastor of the First Methodist church will officiate and interment will be in Oakwood cemetery at Floyd. Mr. Picken, a resident of the community for 44 years, was born Jan. 2, 1884, in Scotland. He came to the United States when a young man. He was the son of John and Christine Crawford Picken. On Dec. 18, 1912, he was married to Carrie Waid of Floyd township, who survives as do 3 sons, Donald J., Mason City, and Kenneth G., and Robert D. Picken, both of Charles City, and 2 daughters, Mrs. Clarice Goddard and Mrs. Inez Blunt, both of Charles City; a brother, Jirrf Picken, Charles City, a nephew, Archie Nicol, Pittsburgh, Pa., and 4 grandchildren. Patient Makes Plane Trip to Kansas City Charles City—A patient at the Cedar Valley hospital here was taken by ambulance plane Thursday to Kansas City, Mo., his home town, for further treatment. R. E. Alcott, 88, a former resident of Charles City, had been hospitalized here for 2 weeks with a broken hip. He was injured in a fall while visiting his brother, E. B. Alcott, 409 Fourth avenue. An ambulance took Alcott to the airport here at 9 a.m. Thursday, and he was to be met in Kansas City by another ambulance before being hospitalized there. L. D. Kruger, his son-in-law, was to make the flight with Alcott. Mrs. Kruger, and daughter left Wednesday for Kansas City. Brazil Welcome* Switt Rio De Janeiro, W—A plan to bring 3,000 Swiss farmers to Brazil is being carried put by Brazilian immigration officials. These immigrants will settle in the central mountainous state of Minas Gerais. They had previously asked to go to th« southeast state of Parana where the climate is cold. The initiative to bring the immigrants came from the Young Men's Christian Association of Brazil. Although mechanization of farms has decreased the number July 22, 1941 7 Mktcn City GUb«-C»i»ti», MM*B City, U. of horses and mules on farms ftora the 1920 high of 25,000,000 to 14,000,000 today, more than 12,000 tons of steel is used annually to produce horseshoes. LOW PRICtS ALWAYS AT you* CLIP THESE COUPONS AND SAVE! CLIP THIS COUPON CLIP THIS COUPON CLIP THIS COUPON •PAPER •ASPIRIN" STRAW • SNAPKINSSTABLETSSSLIPPERS m • 80 In Box • LIMIT ONE 5 GRAIN LIMIT ONE For Men »nd Women ALL SIZES 7 1OO Ac m Reg. FOR H 1 Z 50c C • Reg. 7Sc—14 Ounce L1STERINE For Infectious Dandruff 69 Chewing Gum Laxative 25c FEENAMINT 21 AN ACI N TABLETS 75c Size 50 for 59 C BISOD O L MINTS ETIQUET CREAM DEODORANT 50c Sir* 1QOfor39 ENNEN'S SKIN BRACER After Shave Large Lotion Size VASELINE BAYER ASPIRIN 5 Grain Large Size 59 C I HAIR TONIC I 100 for 59' 6 Oz. Bottle 73 Charles City Briefs District Court Clerk L. V. Leigh Tuesday issued a marriage license to Kenneth Murray, legal, Mason City, and Mary Horner, legal, of Charles City. Births at the Cedar Valley hospital included sons to Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Tombleson of Rudd Monday and Dr. and Mrs. Bernard Silbersher of Charles City Tuesday and a daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Richard Leaman of Charles City Saturday. Mrs. Elmer Waller and daughter, Wilma, 704 North Jackson street, have returned from a 6 weeks vacation tour through California. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bonsall, 1002 East Clark street, have as their guests Mrs. Ted Russun and daughter Nancy Fisher of Bellflower, Cal. They came here to celebrate the iirst birthday of James Howard Bonsall, son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bonsall. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Coleman of Exeter, N. H., left Monday by plane for Los Angeles, Cal., to return to their home, after visiting here at the homes of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Salsbury, 205 Blunt street, Dr. and Mrs. John Salsbury, 401 Sprigg street and Mr. and Mrs. Francis Zbornik, 500 Ferguson street. Mrs. Ed Becker, South Main street, Itl't Monday for Topeka, Kans., to spend a week with friends and relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Gullick, 206 3rd avenue, have returned from a northern motor trip with stops in Canada. They left Charles City Sunday, July 4. A. R. Melrose, 609 North Johnson street, will leave Friday for New York City, N. Y., where he will attend the international convention of the Lions club. He is the president of the local Lions club. Dr. R. H. Koenig, 302 Blunt street, was elected into the Pierre ITauchard Academy, Minneapolis, Minn., and he received his certificate and membership card to the organization last week. Membership in the academy is limited to those who have contributed to dental science and literature. FITCH' S DANDRUFF REMOVER SHAMPOO 59° EVERSHARP - SCHICK INJECTOR RAZOR TAM PAX DADDACrtl • TAMPONS lio'piNS BAII0AdUL.B 40 for SHAVE CREAM I lU f ° r 35 $1.19 50c Size WiTK 2O BLADES soc M O L L E SHAVE CREAM BRUSHLESS TUBE 43 PONDS COLD CREAM 69 C Help* your skin look prettier *n4. •oh«r KOTEX SANITARY NAPKINS 3 Packages 95c FASTEETH DENTAL PLATE POWDER 55 C Oz. Siz« 32 LUSTRE CREME SHAMPOO ir MAT DAUMIT B ROM O S E LT Z E R 57 C 65c Size 4 Oz. Jar $1.00 PE B ECO TOOTH PASTE 43 C LYSOL DISINFECTANT 14 Oz. 89 Oz. 50c Size , DOUBLE EDGE PAL RAZOR BLADES HOLLOW GROUND They're flexible la the razor 25for59 c 5Oc Size PHILLIPS MILK OF MAGNESIA Mild Laxative and Antiacid 39 C JOHNSON & JOHNSON BABY POWDER 43 C 1O Ounc« Former North lowans Enroute From Korea Joice—Maj. and Mrs. Milford Frilsvold, who recently returned from Korea, are expected next week in Joice where they will visit at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Berry and with other rela- •tives and friends. Major Fritsvold is a brother of Mrs. Berry and formerly lived in Joice, where he and his sister attended grade school. He will be stationed at Ft. Knox, Ky., when his furlough expires sometime in August. Giant SU« COLGATE DENTAL CREA America'* Favorite 41 C PRESTO! A NEW BLADE GILLETTE HEW PACKAGE DISPENSER WITH 20 BLUE BLADES 98 Aids Emigres Zurich, Switzerland, (fl 5 )—Prof. Eugcn Steinach, Vienna psychologist who died recently left a bequest of 300,000 Swiss francs (about $70,000), Interest of which is to be used to train girls in Zurich to administer to emigres In Switzerland who left their homelands because of racial or religious p eVs ec u'ti o n. Steinach, known for his research work in hormones, gave up a professorship in Vienna in 1938 and came to Zurich. T O N I HOME PERMANENT! WITH PLASTIC CURLERS The Home Permanent 9 out of 10 Women bay DE LUXE $« 00 KIT TU CO-ETS Handy «oft cotton squares ior daily use in bathroom, nunery, office 80 for 29 C FREEZONE FOR CORNS AND CALLUSES 33 C NO EXERCISE A V WITH M 1 VITAMIN CANDY REDUCING PLAN 30 Day Supply Odorlei* Cream IMRA REMOVER Pfes Tax NOREEN SUPER COLOR RINSE 14 COLORFUL SHADES Soft Water Shampooing EYen In Hardest Water Toni Creme Shampoo <£. 95 C 8 RINSE PACKAGE 50 C Has Tax Helpi Relieve Upset Stomach PEPTO BISMOL 4 Oz. 57° 60c Size DRENE With Hair Conditioning Action 49 C UNGUENTINE BOHH OINTMENT 57 ZEMACOL Jot Moeqnlto Bite*, Saabwn, Wlndbarn, 4 Oz. Six* Coolest Thing on Two Feet No thin* like frcwty- whiU medicated Ice-Mint to put tired burning feet faicoolbltarfuleott-, fort Ju*t rub on relief in Jiffy. Help, •often callous**, too. KE-MMT 57 98< 22 4B

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