Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on July 16, 1948 · Page 50
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 50

Mason City, Iowa
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Friday, July 16, 1948
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here during the war, now operates a grocery store in Des Moines. He leaves this week for Texas where he will spend a few days inspecting his grapefruit farm. National farm week has been announced for July 25 to 31. RIDE AWAY... Globe-Gazette Photo SCANDINAVIANS ENJOY VISIT HERE—Three visitors from Scandinavia are shown above as they were photographed in the Globe-Gazette offices Wednesday with their friend and Harvard university associate, Paul Pershing Hook, standing right. * With Mr. Hook are Mrs. Vivi Ostlind, left, of Stockholm, Sweden, whose husband stayed back in Cambridge, Mass., to complete the translation of one of his books on economics, while she joined Mr. and Mrs. Jacques Raeder of Oslo, Norway, on a trip to the west coast. The Raeders also have with them their 3 months old baby. The party left Thursday morning on the road west after visiting the Hooks and the W. Earl Hall cottage at Clear Lake and stopping in at the E. A. Norem home in Mason City. They were driving a Hudson, recently purchased by Mr. Raeder, to be taken back to Norway when they board ship in a few months. Mr. Raeder, an attorney, has been at work liquidating German acquired holdings in Norway, studied business administration at Harvard the past year. Mrs. Raedcr's family is in the'ship line business in Oslo. Asked what impressed them most about America the women answered: "The tremendous stock of food in your super markets." In the west they will see other things that may impress them such as the Grand Canyon, the giant redwoods and the movie colony. Shortage of food staples, which are still rationed, continues in Norway, the Raeders stated. Guests at Lcland Leland—Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Byyoure of Des Moines were recent guests of the Oscar Char!sons. Mr. Byyoure, who was a merchant _Think of getting up to 75 miles on a gallon of gas It's the modem, economical method of transportation. We want to show you how easy you can own " Cushman—and SAVE. Coma « TODAY. CENTRAL AUTO ELECTRIC CO. 25 1st St. S. W. Phone 143 Genuine Cushman Parts and Service Special Purchase Of 1 • ' " ^^^^^^™ B^^^^^BB BB^BH f^^f ^BB W •MaaHH HMi ' Choose From Hundreds Of Patterns On Display Roll Other Patterns Up To $ 3.49 Roll KENTILE Asphalt Tile » FRESH, NEW COLORINGS » MARBELIZED DESIGNS ft SO EASY TO KEEP CLEAN U»e la Kitchen . . . Easy to Ocaa V1I1 Nol^tilcUw on Baaetnenl Floor* Wear Raafcrfcg . . . for Entrance TUTU Color* Can*t Wear...Pattern Coe« Thru SEE US FOR KREE ESTIMATE COOK 5 PAI 118 SOUTH FEDERAL PHONE 1017 Mason City GUbc-Gaiellc. Mts»n City, la. July 15, 1948 ACROSS FROM THE PARK IT'S JULY! PRICES ARE SLASHED! HERE ARE THE BEST BARGAINS YOU'LL FIND ALL SUMMER! SHOP AND COMPARE...ALL THE BEST BUYS ARE AT EATONS DURING OUR Open 'til 9 P. M. on Friday Air Cooled for Your Shopping Comfort HUGE VALVES ON COOL LOW PRICED! SUMME DRESSES Regular to 14.95 Regular to 17.95 Regular to 22.95 Now!... Is The Time To Save Many Dollars On OUR REMAINING SPRING GOATS ^ SUITS $ 17 Shorties! Full Lengths! All Wool! $ 27 Sizes 10 to 44 • FRESH NEW STYLES! • BLACK ... WHITE ... COLORS! • All SIZES ... WOMEN'S, MISSES', JUNIORS*, HALF-SIZES, TOO! All reduced from our regular stocks. Formerly sold at 29.95 up to 69.95 $ 37 Just The Styles And Fabrics You Want NySon Hosiery Summer Handbags Slightly irregulars of a 1.75 quality 87 C New Colors — All Sizes Formerly to 2,98 I 47 While 63 Last Children's Wear Values GIRL'S DRESSES and PLAY-TOGS 1 to 14 sizes, Values to 5.95 KNITTED T-SHIRTS, 1.00 Values SLIP and PANTIE SETS, 3.49 Value COTTON SLIPS, 1.98 Values SEERSUCKER PAJAMAS, 1.49 Value WOOL SKIRTS, to 6 sizes, 2.98 Values BOY'S WASH SUITS, to 3.95 Values $ 2, *3, and $4 59 C and BETTER BLOUSES Values to 8.95 $2 $3 *4 SUMMER SKIRTS Value* to 7.95 $2 $3 *4 Leather Belts Formerly 1.00 to 2.98 59 C and 1°° Black and Colors Dotted Marquisette PRICILLA CURTAINS Reg. 3.95 Value J97 90 Inches Long — Balcony — Linen Kitchen TOWELS 1.29 Values 67 C Good full size, all hemmed with colored borders. ~ Balcony — DENIM PEDAL PUSHERS Valuei to 3.95 2 90 Summer Gloves Formerly 1.00 and 1.98 69 C an d 1°° Whites and Colors — All Sizes Windsor Ties Formerly 69c and 1.00 39 C and 69 C Checks and Plain Colors Lingerie Values SILK SLIPS, to 3.95 Values RAYON PANTIES, 79c and 89c Values BRAS, 1.00 to 2.00 Values SILK GOWNS, Values to 6.95 GIRDLES, one group to 7.95 Values COTTON PAJAMAS, to 5.95 Values 990 ** and 190 JL and PETTICOATS, to 4.95 Values ONE GROUP JACKETS Values to 4.95 *2 and '3 FIRST QUALITY NYLON HOSIERY 51 Gauge - 20 Denier - 1.75 Value I 15

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