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July 10, 1935

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 2

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TWO Will Elect Officers. NORA SPRINGS, July 10.--The Rebekah Sewing- circle will meet Thursday afternoon at the hall. Each member will bring- a guest and Mrs. Lizzie Cannon and Mass Ruth Cannon and Mrs. Kennedy will serve. There will be election of officers. MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, JULY 10 HJ 1935 Infant Daughter Dies. WESLEY, July m--A daughter born to Mr. and Mrs. John Bleich Monday, died Tuesday morning. Mrs Bleich was the former Magdaline Sartor of Titonka. His brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Bleich are the parents of a son born to them Tuesday morning. We Are Going to Give LADIES You Your BONUS NOW! Madame Marie in introducing her line of Cosmetics is offering ier complete ensemble consisting of the following: Plain Astringent, Rouge, Cleansing Cream, Facial Mask, Night Cream, Face · Poniler and Powder Base Astringent at a very Special offer. Free Skin Analysis Chart With Every Purchase *" Tms"cOUPON IS WORTH $1 "2" ^ I Present this Coupon and 98c and receive the complete I Madame Marie Ensemble. Ihis merchandise is sold with · | . a "money back" guaranteed by the manufacturer. THIS "OFFER "GOOD "ONLY THURSDAY? FRIDAYTM ND SATURDAY, JULY 11, 12, 13, 1935. MAIL ORDERS: ADD lOc TO COVER TAX AND MAILING HUXTABLE DRUG CO. "NORTH IOWA'S LARGEST KRUG STOCK" 116 South Federal Ave.--Blkson City AUSTIN MAY GET LARGE AIRPLANE Service in North Iowa am Minnesota Is Under Consideration. AUSTIN, Minn., July 10. (/Pi- Negotiations for the purchase of a 14-passenger Sikorsky airplane have been started by a group of Austin businessmen who are considering inauguration of .a regular plane service between Austin and other points i n , Minnesota and northern Iowa. Pilots here hail the action as promising a revival of aviation in the city, and are looking 'orward to improvements of the field at Decker airport, including- an up-to-date hangar. At present owners of eight planes are forced to leave their machines anchored outdoors. Return From Trip. LONEROCK--K. T. Angus, sons, Sugene and Robert and daughters, jillian and Alice, returned Satur- lay from an extended visit in east- :rn Iowa. They visited McGregor and places of interest along the Mis- issippi. They drove to Rochester. WE PULLED A "SCOOP" WHEN WE GOT THESE NU-CRAFT COLLARS ON OUR REGULAR LINE OF TOP-FLIGHT DRESS SHIRTS 98c CHECK THESE FINE POINTS: 1. WHITES--lots of them! Plain colors, too. Stripes, neat patterns, novelties. 2. PRE-SHRUNK, FAST COLOR fabrics . . . full combed! Broadcloth and prints. 3. NU-CRAFT COLLARS! Need no starch.' Will not wrinkle nor curl . . . at no extra cost! 4. FULL CUT . . . long length! Finished with COLLARS ATTACHED and 4-hole OCEAN PEARL BUTTONS! Sizes 14"to 17. Top-Flights are values alone at 98c -with these collars . . . they're sensations! The Secret of NU-CRAFT COLLARS! A scientific process (frubenizlng) fuses the 3 layers of cloth Into one piece. The result If/ a collar that Is permanently neat, can 1 be washed repeatedly and maintain Its- immaculate appearance without starching.. Sanforized Fabrics! STYLE in the sports models! COOLNESS in the breezy fabrics! Great buys at this very low price. NUBS in black or tans . . . double-breasteds, pinch backs and plain. They are going fast! So don't put it off too long! Sizes 35 to 40. Men's or Boys' SEERSUCKER Wash Pants, Pre-shrunk . Men's NUB SLACKS Sanforized shrunk. We just received another shipment of these big bargains . . . . Penney's does it again! BOYS' SLACKS Block or Ton Nubs . . . -an- forized, won't shrink! Trim, dressy, snappy looking! Sizes 6 to 16. WOMEN'S SHOES $1.98 We still have a nice assortment of our warehouse close-outs of this summer's styles in white and beige ties, oxfords or pumps. Often Mistaken Ann Sothern, beautiful blond who \vas selected as one of the six most stunning American beauties by Maurice Chevalier, is often mistaken for Carole Lombard. Charles City News )60,000 Improvements Made at Oliver Plant CHARLES CITY. July 10.-Thirty men are working in two shifts of seven hours each on the improvements being made at the Oliver equipment plant which wil! cost approximately $60,000. Levi Smith, local contractor, is in charge of both concrete and brick work. New walls of hollow tile, new steel sash and a roof of corrugated abestos will practically make a new building of the foundry which was built 23 years ago. The part built five years ago is not being included in the remodeling program and no changes are being made in the equipment. Plant officials stated I that a stock of castings had been I made in advance so operations in other parts of the factory would not be affected by the present improvements in the foundry. Programs Are Given at Salesmen's Session CHARLES CITY, July 10.--Many visitors and salesmen attending- the Salsbury Laboratory school and convention were taken care of in homes as hotel accommodations were limited since the Hildreth burned. Miss Damrise Kitch, dramatic teacher in the high school, came from DesJMoines, to .plan tonight's entertainment "for'the visitors. Special features of tae entertainment will be a dance by Gio- canna M. Poole, Nora Springs, solos by Marion Johnson and instrumental numbers. A banquet and dance was held at the Country club Monday evening. The sessions and clinics are being held in the Salsbury Laboratory building, manual arts and high school buildings. Mrs. Poole is scheduled to give Spanish and oriental dances Wednesday night. Earl Stewart is her accompanist. WAVERLYWILL GIVE PROGRAM Music, Address by Moelle Will Be Presented on Friday Night. DES MOINES, July 10.--Waver); will be represented on the "lovv'a Speaks" program, one of a regular series of broadcasts honoring Iowa towns and presenting local talen and speakers, heard over station WHO Friday, July 12 at 7:30 p. m Among the artists to be heard during the 30 nlinute program which will go on the air by remote control from the Waverly high school auditorium, are Hertha Hardwig, soloist with the St. Olaf collegechoir: William Mooney, talented young pianist; and the Lutheran male quartet of St. Paul's Lutheran church at Waverly. Leslie G. Moeller, president of the Waverly Community club and editor of the Bremer county Independent, will deliver a brief talk covering some of the interesting facts about Waverly and Bremer county. Had Toured Europe. Miss Hardwig, who toured Europe with the St. Olaf choir, will be accompanied at the piano by Margaret Hardwig, singing "Thy Sweet Singing" by Glenn Olmstead, and "Sylvolyn" by Binding. Mooney, winner of the superior rating among pianists competing in the National high school music contest at Madison, Wis., will play Liszt's Allegro movement from 'Hungarian Rhapsody, No. 6, and "Reflections in the Water" by Debussy. "Holy, Holy, Holy" by Schubert will be the selection to be sung by the quartet. Future Iowa Speaks programs will continue to bring civic leaders and artists of various Iowa towns before the WHO microphone each Friday night. Schedule Is Announced. Following is a schedule of coming broadcasts: July 19--Webster City, with George C. Tucker of the Daily Freeman-Journal as speaker; July 26-Albia, with K. C. Crabbe, of the Monroe County News; Aug. 2-Shenandoah, with R. E. Cunningham, of the Gazette; Aug. 9--Washington with R. E. Shannon, of the Evening Journal. Aug.' 16--Chariton, with W. D.' Allender, of the Leader, as speaker, presenting the program under auspices of the Chariton community club; Aug. 30--Ottumwa, with the program arranged by John Huston, Turns to Movies Another of the leading stars of the Metropolitan, Gladys Swarthout. has turned to the movies and will shortly make her debut in "Rose of the Kancho," musical drama. ·f the Courier, presenting Marvin 5. Webert, vice president of the Ottumwa Junior Chamber of Commerce as speaker. Sept. 6--Sigour- icy, with John M. Harlan of the igourney Junior Chamber of Commerce as speaker. owa Falls Girl's Finger Removed After Ax Injury IOWA FALLS, July 10.--Wilma Jean, small daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Archie Harrison, suffered a cut on a finger Sunday that necessitated amputation at the first joint. A small brother was playing with an ax and the little girl got her finger under the sharp edge of the implement. Are Parents of Twins. SEXTON, July 10.--Mr. and Mrs. Philip Thornton of Sioux City are 3erents of twin boys born July 2, at :he Methodist hospital in Sioux City. Mrs. Thornton was formerly Ruth Miller of Sexton. Visitors From Orient. ALEXANDER--Mrs. J. C. Evans and children and Mrs. Williams of Orient came for a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Ray Richards and family. Guests From Mankato. KENSETT--Mrs. B. Lee and daughter of Mankato, Mine., are here visiting her father, A. S. Tratj- ethon. Sure Relief For Hot Feet Mid-summer styles in fabrics that coax the cool air right in around your toes. Footwear produced under sanitary conditions in a factory that specializes in this one thing, and that comes to you fresh and clean and ready to deliver many days of corn- fort . . . and the price is only . . . $1.95 Many inferesfing styles in hot weather footwear featured here now. Nichols Green "Where the Good Shoes Come From" Return From Conference CHARLES CITY, July 10.--The Rev. R. W. Pryor, pastor of the Wesleyan Methodist church, F. B. Andrews and John Howeli have returned from Fairmont,. Ind., where they attended the general conference of the Wesleyan Methodist church in session last week. Mrs. Andrews and Jennie Andrews accompanied them on the trip. Charles City Briefs Honestly, I don't know what to do. Groceries cost more every week, and I simply CAN'T increase r household allowance. We f o u n d the a n s w e r in a Westinghouse R E F R I G E R A T O R You've no idea how much you can save tilf you try it. ISM CHARLES CITY, July 10.--Arriving today to visit at "the A. R. Melrose home are his brother, Paul and family, who recently came to the United States from China where Mr. Melrose is a missionary. Mr. and Mrs. Gus Volbrecht, accompanied by their daughter, Mrs. J. H. Tait of Mason Citv, have gone to Saskatchewan, Canada to visit Mrs. C. .L. Hilton. Socal events yesterday included 3, bridge luncheon given by Mrs. J. E. Waggoner at her home and an afternoon bridge for Mrs. Mildred Garms, Cleveland, Ohio, by Mrs. Martha Miller. Mrs. Garms and daughter, Ellen, leave today to visit Mr. Garms' parents at Ridgeway after which they will return to Charles City for a longer visit at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Hughes. The Women's department of the Christian church will hold a picnic j Thursday afternoon at home of Mrs. F. P. Erigle. Harold Bergeman, four year old son of Mr. and Mrs. Chris Bergeman, suffered a badly lacerated hand when it was caught in a. hay pulley on his father's farm. Three of his fingers were removed at the Cedar Valley hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Follansbee, Miss Edith Follansbee and Mrs. A. J. Cook were called to St. Paul by the critical illness of their brother, George, who has been suffering several weeks with complications following an attack of pneumonia. Mrs. Harold White and Mrs. Paul Reetz went to Des Moines to visit Mr. White who is receiving treatment in a hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Ed O'Neil have as their guests this week their daughter, Mrs. Vernon Clark, and their granddaughter, Gloria Jean, Minneapolis. Returns From Milwaukee. GRAFTON -- Mrs. Leona Wilde, daughter, Florence, and Mrs. William Kanzcnbach returned from a week's vacation in Milwaukee. WITH A Wesiinghouse REFRIGERATOR M 0 Don't skimp your family to meet rising food costs! Owners report Westinghouse savings more than cover increases of 15-20%! Come in ... let us give you all the facts and help you select the Westinghouse model that will save money for YOU! 5 Y E A R S 5 S E R V I C E P R O T E C T I O N Wostinghouse all-steel cabinets, super-scaled insulation and hermetically-sealed mechanism give you more food protection at lowest cost - - increase your savings. And with every Westinghouse Refrigerator comes a FIVE-YEAR SERVICE PROTECTION PLAN... the standard 1-ycar warranty, plus four additional years' protection against service erpcnsc on the sea/erf-in mechanism! The cost of this unusual protection is only $5--a dollar a year--included in the price! 4 WAYS ... by purchasing foods in larger quantities at reduced prices. ... by doing most of y o u r m a r k e t i n g o n special bargain days. ... by reducing food spoilage and making more use of leftovers. ...by cutting dowji your actual refrigeration costs to a minimum. UNDER P. H. A. PLAN

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