The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on July 11, 1935 · Page 4
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July 11, 1935

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 4

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-FOUR MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, JULY 11 · 1935 Hardware Insurance Employes Entertained at R. D. Austin Cottag ·The employes of the Iowa Han ware Mutual Insurance compan were entertained at the summe home of Mr. and Mrs. K. D. Austin north shore, Clear Lake, where the spent Thursday afternoon and ev ening in their annual outing party , There were various games an sports enjoyed, including swimmin and boating, which culminated in dinner at the Clear Lake Countrj club. During the dinner, speeches wer made by the officers of the com pany. followed by a musical pro gram, which included marimba sole by Auth Buehler and vocal solos by Stratton Shannon and Clarine Od 'Jen. SHOES MADE LONGER OR WIDER TO RELIEVE YOUR ACHING FEET EXPERT SHOE R E B U I L D I N G BUSY BEE SHOE SHOP Phone 710 104 N. Federal Premier's Daughter and Fiance latest photo of Eene De Chambrun, French lawyer, who because of direct descent from Marquis Lafayette is American citizen by special act of congress, and his fiancee, Mile. Jose Laval, daughter of Pierre Laval, prime minister of France. (Central Press Photo) Buys McClelland Building. ROCKWELL, July 11.--Bert uigley has purchased the McCleland building on Main street, the ront room to be occupied by M. F. "ay as a general repair shop. The Illinois man who invented a udspeaker that can be heard a ile away is still in the hospital.- iringfield Union. OUT THEY GO! CLEARANCE FOR THOSE WHO WANT FINE QUALITY AT LOWEST PRICES PHILCO RADIOS floor models -- demonstrators -- display models One and two of a kind! Some of the biggest radio values offered this year Profit has been disregarded--We have gone the limit--prices have been slashed on our entire stock, floor models, demonstrators, and display models. Look like new. Every one guaranteed to be in first class condition. This is your chance to get the Philco you want at a greatly reduced price These bargains will sell quickly, so come early for best choice. Liberal terms on any model selected. EASY TERMS USED RADIO BARGAINS of Standard Make Some Slightly Higher $1495 PEOPLES GAS AND ELECTRIC COMMNY TOM MIX SHOW AT FAIRGROUNDS Leaves for Waterloo After Giving Two Performances in Mason City. Tom Mix and his circus and wild west show, afeer playing to two large audiences in matinee and evening performances at the fairgrounds Wednesday, left Mason City for Waterloo where they will also show for one day. The motorized troupe put on ex- libitions satisfactory to the major- ty of spectators The noted cowboy ilm star, Mix, of course, wag the feature On the bill. He made a grand entree at the beginning of the show and then gave gun-twirling, roping and horsemanship exhibitions, all of the type which made him a national idol of American boyhood during the period of the silent screen. Mix travels in a special bus costing 538,000, according to representatives of the show. The bus is equipped with a dinette, combination library and den, shower bath, ehron- ium plated fixtures and other outstanding features. He has in his possession several guns once owned by that famous personage of a previous period, the late William Cody, more popularly known as "Buffalo Bill" OLD TUNE GETS NEW BAND DRESS Municipal Players Will Be Heard Again in Park Sunday Night. ·Turkey in the Straw" was one of the featured numbers of the municipal hand concert Wednesday night in East park but it was presented with such clever variations that, the original barn dance tune was scarcely recognizable. The piece was virtually a clarinet solo played by Harold Woolridge, whose brilliant performance made the piece outstanding. The overture .on the program was the well known "Light Cavalry" by Suppe. Another number outstanding on the program was "Ballet of the Flowers" by Hadley, the band carefully following the interpretation of C. J. Andrews, assistant director. "The Only Girl," a selection by Herbert, "Jolly Fellows" waltz by Vallstedt which ended with a whistling strain, popular numbers and marches were also on the program, which was heard by a fairly large crowd. Mr. Andrews will play a cornet solo on the Sunday night program. Other features scheduled for then are a selection aranged by Tobani including well known operatic melodies, "Rocked in the Cradle of the Deep" by Loweuberg, "Yelva," overture by Ressiger. "Wedding of the Rose" by Jesse! and "Malugena" by Moskowski. lowan Gets Scroll of Merit for Outstanding Dairy Industry Work AMES, July 11.--Prof. M. Mortenson, head of the dairy industry department at Iowa State college, was awarded the distinguished service scroll by the American Dairy science association at Us thirtieth annual meeting, held in St. Paul and Minneapolis. The scroll was given to Professor Mortenson in recognition of his outstanding work in the field of dairy industry in the United States, especially in the phases of research and teaching. Only two other such honors have ever been given. Eight years ago while visiting in Denmark, his native country, Professor Mortenson was awarded membership fn the order "Ridder of Dannenbrog," the highest honor the king of Denmark can bestow in recognition of outstanding achievements in civil life. \kuEs -A/ the New Wards COME, SHOP AT THE NEW WARDS · - Wards July Clearance Sale now in full swing. Many attractive bargains not advertised. Special prices on ladies' ready-to- wear, men's wear, as well as radios and refrigerators. Visit your Ward new, well ventilated, brightly lighted, adequately stocked store today. Open Until 9:30 Saturday P. M. Cool Wash Ties Men! Not only are the pastel colors cool-looking--the cotton Is lightweight! Value! Girls' Bicycle $5 .Monthly Small Carrying Charge Balloon tires! Sparkling ehrom- um plate , . . stainless steel mudguards! See it! Compact Radio CLEARANCE of DRESSES White and Printed CREPE DRESSES Cool New Straws 59c Regular 79c Price Men! They're all the latest popular models! Perspiration- proof siveatband! FOR MISSES OR WOMEN New Sheers and Travel Prints C JBi $ 5 45 2 for $10 · Unusually soft crepes at this low price! 1 Jacket dresses! Cape or one-piece styles! ' Some with vivid contrasting trimming! 1 Sizes, 12 to 20 -- 38 to 52 Chiffon Prints and Pastel Sunbacks, $3.98 Sport Trousers $1.49 Carefully tailored in the new smart warm-weather striping! FINAL CLEARANCE Coats or Suits FOR M I S S E S OR W O M E N $2.88 Were $3.98 B Dress coats, smart sports coats, linen suits B Cool, comfortable and washable · Hurry in. Every one a really thrilling bargain Brief! Cool! Form-Fitting Rayon Panties Reduced for Parade of Values! Sleekly fitting panties of lustrous rayon in popular novelty cloth weaves. Fancy elastic top for snug fit. Colors: Tearose or white. Sizes: 1 to 3. Everything from Felt to Pique! Hats In felt, straw, crepe, linen or pique. Shady brims, cool as they are flattering. Smart tnrbans for dancing dates, sports hats to wear with cottons. Plenty of white. Also pastels or navy to accent white fashions. Small Carrying charge World range at a little price! 1935 features; modern styling. \ Ward value! Clearance of ENTIRE RADIO STOCK Af New Low Prices That Will Interest You. ;1 SATURDAY SPECIAL Long-Wearing ' Sheer Chiffon Hose Regular Price 55e Lovely and sheer, reinforced at heel and toe, and full length. Full fashioned, pure silk. 6 Months Service With Old Battery Wards Commander, sold With 6 months service guarantee and adjustment period. Save! Wards Riverside 100% Pure PENNSYLVANIA In Your Own Container or Crank Case The year 'round oil. Uouble- dewaxlng gives it twin .range. Wards price sensationally low for such high quality oiL Men! All-White Elk Oxfords ot a Low Price YouTl be seeing these cool oxfords a lot this Summer; better save at Wards! Leather solss and comfortable rubber heels. Perforated wing tip. Easily cleaned. Just-to-Knee Hose 1C Sheer, clear chiffon. Lastex set m pretty lace tops. Silk covered toes and heels. 33c ea. Standard quality sparK plug. Bargain. 98c Picnic jug. 1 gal. 3!4 in. opening. Wards A u t o Wax. Extra easy to use. Wards A u t o Cleaner! Gentle! Fast! 102-4-6 South Federal Avenue Telephone 57 $6.95 Wrench Set. Generator for 11 pieces--12 Ford A-AA. pt. sockets. Good as new. ;J ·- / 2 bumper bar prot e c t o r s, chrome plate. 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