Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on July 21, 1948 · Page 2
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IS July 20, 1948 City Globe-GMette, Maioa City, la. A LINEO'PIPE Stick to the Pipe—Let the Smoke Blow Where It Will VACATION Hurrah, hurrah, vacation days, Now come again our hopes to raise, For 2 glad weeks when we may fare, Away from worry, free from care. . iWe'll sleep on hard and bumpy beds, And rain may fall upon our heads, [We'll much dislike the food we eat, And maybe suffer from the heat, And get by insects badly bit, As here and there they gaily flit. And every time a move we make, More money it will always take, And as our dreams go up in smoke, . We'll come home hungry, tired, and broke. Hurrah, hurrah, vacation days, Now come again our hopes to raise, For two glad weeks when we may fare, Away from worry, free from care. v Which about the best that can be said for the average vacation is that it brings a change from one's usual daily doings. And usually the best part of a vacation is the planning of it. Not but what almost any vacation is well worth the while. And some of them are long remembered for the good time they brought. Yet after all, its a grand and glorious feeling to set back home once more and stretch out in the old bed and get a real night's rest. SIMILE: AS WELCOME AS A SHOWER DURING A HOT, DRY SPELL. For the benefit of those who depend on this column for their astronomical information we would say that there is a meteoric shower due to come off July 28 to 30 and another August 11. The first mentioned shooting stars leave a long slow streak, while the second display is mostly short swift streaks. It do seem that man can't fool Tpith nature too much and get any where. A recent news item states that it is now thought that the jutly famous DDT solution is knocking off the fish faster than a flock of enthusiastic fishermen QDidd possible catch them. ^ ^^^^ ^f Which knocking off the mosquitoes may add much to the pleasure of fishing. But if there be no fish to fish for, why go fishing at all. And we do hope the said DDT doesn't eliminate the ladybugs. If it •do it will be plenty bad for crop raisers. The ladybug being, by the way, the most valuable bug in the world. ^ ^f MOSQUITOES WHEN, THEY DO NOT BITE, TO FISHERMEN, BRING MUCH DELIGHT. BUT WHEN ./THE FISH, REFUSE TO BITE, IT DOESN'T BRING, SO MUCH DELIGHT. Speaking of tall corn as is nearly every one in northern loway, good old loway, these days, we heard a rather touching story of what it did to one farmer. He was out in the corn field plowing corn when his favorite uncle who he hadn't seen for 23 years called at the house to see him. As the uncle could not stay a couple of hours the entire family, including the dog went to the corn field to tell the farmer to come to the house. _A__ ^^^^ ^f «, However the corn was so high it completely obscurred the tractor and the farmer, and although they searched for him for two hours or more they never did find him and the poor man didn't get to see his favorite uncle after all. This loway corn sure do crow tall this year. __ A__ ^^^^ ^^ There's many a slip "Local team to go after 10th straight" — One day's headlines. "Spencer Cardinals . beat Le- _ionnaire team 29-0"—Next days leadlines. —• — Which it was the first ball game we have been able to get out to this year. And we never had more fun at a game. But lets not play Spencer no more. __•— ^^_— ^jp And to the many who have asked us in a peering tone of voice how come did we leave the lights on on the Buix the night of the game, we would reply by saying we did it so we could find the car when the game was over. How else could one locate it after dark amid so many other cars.^ •IM«. ^f — Anyhow, there is one high cost of living that has not arisen on its hind legs and reached for the sun. One can, if one so desires, still get drunk and thrown in the clink for the same of §10 and costs. ACCEPTS POSITION West Union—Mr. and Mrs. Otto Schuchmann have received word that their son, Alvin, who has been working for American Airlines at Chicago, 111., has accepted a civil service position with the Civil Aeronautics Authority. His headquarters will.be at Peoria, 111. W ITTING BUSINESS ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^•^•••••^•^•^•^•••j^pjpjpjl^pjpjpjp^p^p^ Store-Wide Clearance DOES A BRAN EATER EAT BRAN? Hold on if you're about to say only because it helps relieve constipation caused by lack ofjbulk food in your diet. Then you haVcn't tried finer- flavorcd Nabisco 100% Bran! This bran is finer-milled to make it milder, 0 erctZcr-acting. And...it's better- tasting 1 , tool Start enjoying Nabisco 100% Bran tomorrow! (Sec a doctor If constitpation continues.) ROCK ISLAND has BOTH to give you the BEST in freight service! 1 MODERN FACILITIES — Huge Diesel-powered Rocket Freights, that haul long trains of latest-design freight carl at express speeds, are just part of Rock Island's fine physical equipment. 8,000 miles of improved right-of-way servo the freight-transport naeds of 14 great states. And with fine water terminals at Houston, Texas City and Galveston, Rock Island gives fast through* service to export and import shippers; 2 CAPABLE REPRESENTATIVES —Rock Island has 272 Freight Representatives, whose experience I totals 3,620 years, strategically located in 71 cities. In addition to giving you Information on rates, routes and schedules, they are experts on packaging, marking and stowing methods. Get in touch with your local Rock island Freight Representative. Chances are he can give you money-saving suggestions; for expert he/p, on rfl in form a- ffon on rates and routes, aid: F. E. CARROLL, City Freight and Passenger Arent Mason City, Iowa - Phone 378 VUtt kcotrtlM "total VIHofl."— thf Rodi IrioW f»MM» M THI CHICAGO lAILROAD FAIR ROCK IS1AND LINES ELECTRIC REFRIGERATORS Immediate Delivery Mason City Appliance Store 211 South Federal OUTLET STORE U. S. GOVERNMENT WAR SURPLUS Vacation Sale Pup Tents In Good Condition Brand New — Air Corps Sun Glasses 4 Base Optically Ground Special Genuine "Chino" Suntans SUNTAN PANTS $5.95 SUNTAN SHIRTS $4.95 Navy Oxfords $8.88 Blankets, used $2.95 Combat Boots $7.95 Rain Suits. . . $5.88 Navy Shirts. . $1.49 Army Oxfords $7.77 Brand New Brand New! Jungle Hammocks Cosr Uncle Sam $30.00 $5.88 Foot Lockers All Metal Covered Brand New $9.99 Plus Tax Wac Slacks. $3.95 Wac Blouses $149 ON SALE AT YOUR WAR SURPLUS STORE 222 SOUTH FEDERAL PAINT WALLPAPER Housewares Gifts Everything at DEEP CUT PRICES Finest Quality HOUSE PAINT Regular $5.65 NOW Gallon Here is your opportunity to really save on top quality House Paint. White and Colors. Paper for an Rooms You'll have to see these wallpaper values to appreciate them. No matter what price you want to pay or what you want in the way of wallpaper, here is your opportunity to save up to one-half. Even though you are not Agoing to paper until later, don't miss the chance to buy paper at these ridiculous prices. PRIC fl » DA-TEX Paint Magic for inside Walls One Coat Covers Wallpaper, Wallboard, Stone, Brick, Plaster—• any inside surface. Fine Oil Base Paint—not a water paint. Comes ready to use. No messy mixing. Quart 98c Regular $3.45 NOW A ROLL Gallon DON'T MISS THESE BARGAINS Here is a special group of papers at a ridiculously low price. Come early for best selection. They won't last long. BETTER PAPERS AT GREAT SAVINGS If you have always wanted better papers but felt the price too high, now is the time to buy. Papers regularly selling up to $1.00 per roll are included in this group. A ROLL HOUSEWARES-GIFTS Prices Sliced - Real Bargains 4-HR. ENAMEL Now is the time to buy Enamel for your woodwork, furniture, etc. Finest quality. Would cost up to $1.95 a quart elsewhere. All popular colors. Regular $1.65 NOW Reg. 24.95 Unpointed combination CHEST-DESK Reg. 11.95 Unpointed 4-drawer CHEST Reg. 6.95 clothes HAMPER . . . Reg. 5.49 Dominion W/8 inch ELECTRIC FAN Reg. 5.95 Dominion ELECTRIC TOASTER Reg. 8.95 14-piece SERV-U-BAR Reg. 7.95 7-piece, with tray COCKTAIL SET Reg. 2.39 Cranberry HOBNAIL BASKET Reg. 1.98 Asst. Fentonware VASES DEEP CUT PRICES On entire stock of Paint. No matter what you need in Paint, come in and you will save money during this sale. Sale prices also on Brushes and Paint Supplies. DAVIS Reg. 1.98 Copper FLOWER VASES Reg. 1.00 18"x20" Decorated STOVE PAD Reg. 1.00 3-piece plastic BABY DINNER SET. . 18.95 9.50 5.50 449 3.95 3.50 3.50 1.39 98c 98c 69c 69c Reg. 1 29 Aluminum DISH PAN Reg. 1.00 Rubbermaid TOILET TOP TRAY Reg. 1.00 Plastic TOWEL RACK Reg. 2.98 Lg. Cast Iron DUTCH OVEN Reg. 2.65 Cast Iron CHICKEN FRYER Reg. 1.39 Aluminum, with tongs, ICE BASKET. .. Reg. 1.79 Plastic APRONS Reg. 98c Decorated STEP-ON CANS Reg. 98c Decorated Metal WASTE BASKET Reg. 1.19 5-piece RANGE SET . Reg. 98c Pin-up HOT POT HOLDER SETS Reg. 1.39 CUTLERY SETS 69c 79c 79c 1.79 1.59 9Sc 79c 69c 69c 69c 59c 69c One Table of Cut Glass and Gifts at HALF-PRICE NT ASSOCIATE STORE v';! \ i i$i i 22 Second Street N. E. M. MILLER, PROP. Phone 969

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