Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on July 20, 1948 · Page 10
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 10

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CHy Mueller Completes Signal Course in Army School, Japan Officials of the 8th army, Yokohama, Japan, announce that Cpl. Norbert N. Mueller, son of the Rev. E. M. Mueller, 302 2nd N. E., has recently completed a 5 weeks' signal school course of the Keio school command. Cpl. Mueller entered the 'army in June, 1946, and sailed for overseas duty in Japan, June, 194T. He was graduated from the Kellogg high school in 1945 and at- tended Wartburg college at Waverly prior to entrance into service. Meservey Minister, Wife at Convention Meservey—The Rev. and Mrs. A. E. Wilken of Meservey were among the 1,000 delegates from 40 states and 2 provinces of Canada at Syracuse, Ind., attending the first general convention ol Christian education of the Evangelical United Brethren church. According to church officers, this was the most outstanding event since the new denomination came into being with the union of the Evangelical church and the Church of the United Brethren in Christ in November, 1946. No. 39 in Series— Fathers and Sons Working Together in Mason City JUST RECEIVED NEW SHIPMENT Let them romp around in the Sun. $« It's a healthy life and here is A< the proper shoe for the purpose. Sizes to 3 for boys and girls CHILDREN'S BAREFOOT SANDALS Brown and Red — Crepe Soles Sixes 8V2 to 10. $ Regular $2.49—Now ; . Air Conditioned for Your Comfort. Mason City's Most Modern Popular Priced Shoe Store 21 SOUTH FEDERAL Globe-Gazette Photo IN CONTRACTING BUSINESS—Bob, George, Bill seated, and Glen Platt, pictured left to right, of the Platt contracting and millwork company, comprise a father and son combination pursuing the same form of employment together. George Platt entered the contracting business in 1937, and started the millwork phase of the concern, which is now operated in conjunction with the contracting business, in 1947. Bill Platt was employed by his father on a part time utility basis while attending the Mason City school system. He became actively associated as a partner in the millwork business in March 1947 after discharge from the navy, following completion o£ a 2-year tour of duty. Bob Platt entered the concern as a full time employe in 1943, and was continuously associated with the establishment until enlistment into the army in 1946 for an 18 mofith. period, that included service in the army of occupation in Seoul, Korea. He returned to his duties in the business after release from the military in 1947. Glen Platt, after attendance at the Mason City high school became actively employed by the ASTHMA Don't let coughing, sneezing, choking, recurring attacks of Bronchial Asthma ruin sleep and energy another day without trying Mcndaco. This great Internal medicine Is tasteless and taken exactly as directed works thru tha blood, thus reaching the bronchial tubes and lungs. Usually starts helping nature Immediately to remove thick, sticky mucus, thus alleviating coughing and promoting freer breathing and more refreshing sleep. Get Mcndaco from, j our druggist today. Money back Ctjaraatecd unless completely satisfied. firm in 1947. He is a member o the Y. M. C. A. Another son, Harold, not showr in picture, is working durin summer vacation periods whil attending the local high school. The father is a member of the Mason City Chamber of Com merce, the Elks club and the Ode Fellows lodge. Bill is affiliated with the American Legion am V. F. W., while Bob is also member of the Legion, V. F. \V and the Mason City Junior Cham ber of Commerce. Don't Miss Legion Days at Thornton Thornton —Plans are nearly complete for Legion days at Thornton Friday and Saturday. There will be band concerts both nights and a dance both nights. Street sports are on the program for Saturday afternoon. Softball games will be played both nights. The Legion Auxiliary will operate a stand. A big time is assured on both days. JUST RECEIVED THESE A New Shipment of LOUSES By KAY KENYON Eyelet OVER-BLOUSE A $3.50 Blouse for this event, ONLY Announce Designs of 2 Stamps to Be • Issued Last of Month The designs for the forthcoming U. S. 3 cent commemoratives honoring William Allen White and the mutual friendship between the U. S, and Canada have been announced here. The William Allen White stamp is purple and bears a portrait of the famous author and editor in an ova! frame against a colonial design. A1 the base of the portrait is shown c closed book, scroll, quill pen anc inkwell. It will be placed on firs day sale at Emporia, Kans., July 31. The U. S.-Canada Friendship commemorative has as its central design the old bridge known as the Niagara railway suspension bridge. Above the bridge, arranged in 3 lines, is "A Century of Friendship United States-Canada 1848-1948." This stamp will be placed on first day sale at Niagara Falls, New York, August 2. FIRST TIME EVER SOLD AT THIS PRICE COME AND SEE THIS UNUSUAL VALUE! PILLOW TUBING 42 inches wide. Excellent quality. Very soft. SPECIAL AT 69 Yd. YES LADIES! Another shipment of our famous SIGNATURE HOSE $-|19 Regular $1.50 Value for only . . . More of our Super BATHING SUIT VALUES One and 2-piece suits. Sizes 32 to 40. ONLY 2 HURRY! HURRY! More of those $8.95 SUMMER FROCKS Chambrays and butcher linens. Sizes 12 to 20. $595 Weather Advances Crops in Hancock West Union—Favorable weather the last few weeks has pushed crops ahead to where Fayette county farmers are looking towards a record yield. Oats is ripening fast and will be cut within the next few days. A record crop is indicated. Corn in some parts of Fayette county has reached the height of 7 feet. Detasseling begins Tuesday. Beans are well advanced and farmers have been able to cultivate as necessary so that fields are clean. PAIN In the back, hip or leg is often caused by displacement of one or all the bones forming the pelvis, Value Day Special, only We specialize in Correcting These and Other Spinal Displacements. DRS. R. J. and LUCY E. GARNER CHIROPRACTORS 706 North Federal Phone 1087 Merkels-Aldens * Stock Up for Summer! FAMOUS BRAND WHITE SHIRTS High Quality Reg. $ 2.65 Value NOW ONLY 1*17 2.39 EACH Sturdy quality high-count broadcloths . . . perfect for dress! Comfortably cut, with a variety of popular collar styles. San- forized, of course! Choose your favorite color and collar style from our famous- brand collection. Sanforized fabrics, comfort tailoring . . . BUY TWO at this SPECIAL PRICE. . WHITE SHIRT, button down collar, slub broadcloth, cool, comfortable style. Broken size assortment. $2.98 value MEN'S WAFFLE WEAVE "T"SHIRTS Reg. $1.59 for.. High quality mercerized cotton waffle weave "T" shirts with ribbed bottom and neckline. Comfortable, cool for summer! Get several at our special price! Men's Famous Harwood CONFORMER PAJAMAS Real Favorites for Comfort! Reg. priced, $4.25 pr. $3.69 Now, pr. Popular with men everywhere because of the patented seat construction — a two-way stretch of 2 to 5 inches! Stripes and fancy prints. Sizes A, B, C, D. 4 Months Guaranteed Wear in 4 Pairs! MEN'S GUARANTEED SOCKS Box of 4 Pairs You get a written guarantee ... if all 4 pairs wear out in 4 months, you will receive 4 new pairs free! Attractive ribbed construction makes them fit the ankle snugly. Regular lengths and lastex top anklets. Choice of colors. Sizes 10 Viz. to 12. Boys' Wear BOYS' STRIPED POLO SHIRTS 79 C Boys like the bright blazer stripes, short sleeves, ribbed crew necks. Mothers like the fine, washable cotton ? Sm., med., Ige. Specials. Boys' SPORT SHIRTS A large assortment of styles and colors to choose from. Plaids, plains, stripes, 2-tone or western type, in broadcloth or poplin. Complete size assortment. VALUES TO $2.98 Only $ 1 79 "SEA ISLAND" LONG SLEEVE SPORT SHIRT A cotton shantung that you can wash without worry. Set-in sleeve construction. Sloped collar with plastic collar stays, in tan, green, blue. All sizes. Regular $4.95, NOW $347 EXTRA SPECIAL TROUSER EVENT Buy now and save dollars when school starts again! BOYS' PREP TROUSERS, HERRINGBONE TWEED - In blue or brown. 60% wool. Sizes 25" to 31" waist. Reg. Price $4.98 FOR THIS EVENT ONLY $ ASSORTMENT OF MEN'S SPRING AND SUMMER TIES Bright new colors in eye-catching designs. Regu lar $1.00 ties. «% £« NOW l» tor yl« MEN'S NAINSOOK SUMMER UNION SUITS 1-piece construction, sleeveless, short leg. Web and elastic in back to insure comfort and good fit. Sanforized. All sizes. Regular $1.89. NOW $1.19 2.97 ANOTHER HOSIERY BARGAIN 500 pair of men's hose in assorted patterns and colors. Long or short length. Values 65c and 75c. «« NOW L pr.

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