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TWELVE MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, JULY 11 1935 $95 TAKEN FROM RBSONJOWS Is Robbed by Two Men Wh Stopped Car, Asked About Road. BELMOND, July 11.--Louis Rie: eon, former Belmond resident, no living at Dows, motored to Belmon Wednesday evening to visit h brother, H. H. Rierson, local nigh policeman. As he was retumin home, a car in which two men wer riding drove out from the gravele road leading to Lake Cornelia i front of him. One of the me alighted from the car and asked M Rierson the road to Iowa Falls. Th other man then approached th Rierson car and sticking a gun the window demanded Rierson get out. The two men took from him $9 in bills and 55 in change. They als took his gold watch and keys. The then rolled his car from the high way into the ditch, and left afte first telling him he could be on hi way when he got his car back on t the pavement. Mr. Rierson drove back to Be: mond and reported the holdup to hi brother. He noted the car bore California license plate. He de scribed the men as 35 years of agi Both had dark complexions. Kernel of Com Taken From Throat of Bo; LONEROCK, July 11.--Donai Lee Sharp, son of Mrs. Helen Shar was taken to Iowa City where a kernel of popcorn was removed from his throat. Accepts Wisconsin Position. GARNER, July 11.--William C Clark resigned his commissioned officer's rank in the United States navy to accept a position as districi manager for the Chevrolet Motor company of Janesville, Wis., which work he commenced after a brief visit in the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Clark. Charles City News Short Course Is Held on Poultry Diseases CHARLES CITY, July 11.--Dr. J. E. Salsbury's fifth annual short course on poultry diseases opened yesterday and will continue until Friday afternoon in the high school auditorium. This short course is given for the benefit of the Salsbury dealers and service men for the purpose of supplying them with the latest scientific knowledge on poultry diseases. The forenoons are given over to lectures and the afternoons to laboratory demonstrations in the manual arts building. In addition to. the Salsbury staff lectures are given by Dr. R. M. Bethke of the Ohio experiment station and Reeve V. Hicks, managing director of the International Baity Chick association. There has been a registration of 447 for the convention and short course. WOOD-USHER. CHARLES CTTY, July 11.--Mis:, Dorothy G. Wood of Nashua anc Allen P. TJsher, Ionia, were married Tuesday evening in the Baptist par- Â·sonage by toe Rev. A. A. Rideout The b'ride, ' who was attended by Mrs. Milo Gerry of Colwell, wore a blue taffeta gown and carried sweet peas and baby's breath. Mr Gerry was the best man. After an extended trip through northern Wisconsin, Mr. and Mrs. Usher will reside on his parent's farm near Ionia. Charles City Briefs CHARLES CITY, July 11.--Miss Winifred Parr was the guest speaker at the Wa-Tan-Ye club luncheon when her aunt, Gertrude Parr was program chairman. Miss Parr was a nurse in a baby hospital in Oak Park, HI., and is on a leave of absence at the home of her parents Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Parr. She said an average of nine babies each day were ushered into the hospital. The nursery is enclosed in glass and parents only see their babies through the glass and are not allowed to fondle them. Mrs. Malcolm Dana and daughter, Mary, have gone to their summer home in Harrington, Me. Mrs. Fred Yuech and Mrs. Anna Birkholtz of Rudd had major operations in the Cedar Valley hospital. At a dinner bridge for intimate friends Miss Naomi Garthwaite daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. M Garthwaite, announced her approaching marriage to Harry F. Hutchinson. The ceremony will take place in September. Miss Betty Bloom who recently completed her junior year at Scripps college, Claremont, Cal., las "joined her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Bloom, for the summer. H. J. Halvorson, Peoria, 111., returned to his home after visiting hia daughter, Mrs. Horace Olds and family. The Daily Vacation Bible school which has 'been in session two weeks at the Evangelical mission will hold its closing exercises Friday evening. James Smith, son of Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Smith, former residents here, who now lives in Hollywood, Cal., is visiting relatives and friends here. An association of doctors, dentists and veterinarians will meet tonight in Cedar Inn for dinner and discussion. Hundreds of Bargains in Summer Goods! Every Department Has Its Bargains! SHEER GINGHAM yard 39c Gramercy gingham is a lovely quality, yarn dyed, fast colors, in brightly colored plaids. 36 inch. P. K. VOILE yard 35c A sheer cotton' material with a pique stripe. Beautiful floral designs on blue, coral, pink, red, gold, tan and' green grounds. 36 inch. SILK CREPES yard 49c Plain crepes in shades such as aqua, Castilian red, frost green, Bavarian blue, Chartreuse and others. Also plain and plaid taffetas, and printed crepes in dots, plaids and florals. SILK CREPES yard $1.29 One group of better crepes including some washable pure dye crepes in a large selection of patterns. MEKKEL'S FIRST FLOOR SHORTS, 69c A fine selection of knit and gabertex shorts in plain white, white with colored trim and navy. Sizes 26 to 32. Regular dollar values! MERKEL'S SECOND FLOOH, U. S. Rubber SWIM SUITS $1.49 to $3.69 Rubber swim suits are practical, smart and are increasing in popularity. White, sea flame, sunflower and turquoise. Petite, small, medium and large sizes. One and two piece styles. MERKEL'S SECOND FLOOR WASH FROCKS REDUCED PROM $2.98 TO This group includes eyelet batiste in navy, brown and pastel shades. Also laces in pastel shades. Sizes 14 to 44. Wonderful values! MERKEL'S SECOND FLOOR Foundation Garments, $1.88 Light weight summer mesh in a choice of one-piece garments or girdles. Lightly boned. Sizes 36 to 40 bust and 27 to 32 waist.. MERKEL'S SECOND FLOOR Friday and Saturday Only! Regularly $1.98 ^^ Crepes Straws Toyos A great opportunity to secure a new, fresh, summer hat at a saving! MERKEL'S SECOND FLOOR Children's Swim Suits Of wool at 49c to $1.69. Of rubber at 29c to 69c. Sizes 2 to 12. Girls' Play Suits, 79c One piece with shorts in plaids and checks, sunbacks, sizes 6 to 14. MERKEL'S SECOND FLOOR Our stocks are clean and we want to keep them so! We are offering bargains in every department--summer merchandise just at the time when you can use it and need it. Many of these special groups are so small it would not pay us to advertise them. Our customers who thoroughly shop the entire store will find them and profit by it. Be one of these customers! SUMMER GLOVES Pr. 79c Fine mesh and string gloves in white, clever styles, reduced f o r quick clearance. Another group reduced to 39c. Merkel's First Floor HANDKERCHIEFS Less V4 A group of our better handkerchiefs, mostly white, slightly soiled. Take y, off the regular price. MERKEL'S FIRST FLOOR LILAC JEWELRY 59c and $1 Add a touch of newness to your summer outfit! The new thing in jewelry is Lilac--and it's beautiful! Clips in pairs, bracelets, earrings and pins. MERKEL'S FIRST FLOOR Men's Cotton WASH TIES 21cand 49c Seersucker, pique and crash ties at 27c--fine broadcloth ties at 49c. Many attractive patterns. Well constructed so they will retain their shape. MEN'S SHIRTS, $1.19 Dress shirts in small patterns, light and dark colors. All sizes. MERKEL'S FIRST FLOOR TOILETRIES Kreemoff Cleaning Tissues 16c. Tinted Toilet Tissues, 4 for 29c or 15 for 9Sc. Paper Towels, t\vo rolls and rack 50c. Larvex Mothproof Soap, 50c. 50c Bath Sets, assorted odors, 29c. Glass Cotton Jars lOc. Neet Depilatory, 50c. Zip Depilatory, 50c. Dorothy Gray Kits, $1. Merkel's First Floor Holeproof Hosiery pr. 77c One lot of discontinued numbes in ladies' silk hose formerly selling up to $1.25. Broken sizes. Phoenix Hose, pr. 79c 3 prs. $2.25 Chiffon hose with lace tops in first quality selling regularly at $1- Anklets, pr. 25c Attractive patterns and colors. Sizes 6 to lO'.i. Ruffled Curtains pr. 98c Cottage sets and Priscilla curtains, well made of good quality figured grenadine. Glazed Chintz, yd. 39c Lovely patterns for every room in the house. All fast colors. Stamped Cases pr. 69c Pillow cases stamped for embroidery and hemstitched for crocheted edges. 42 inch. Children's Undies, 49c Discontinued numbers in children's dimity union suits with straight or bloomer legs. Boys' and girls' styles. Sizes 4 to 12. Ladies' Pajamas, 9Sc Of figured batiste in one and two piece styles, tailored and ruffled trim, soft, pretty colors. Sizes 15. 16 ana 17. Regularly -$1.39. Also ladies' batiste gowns in sizes 16 and 17. Bridal Sheeting yd. 48c Tape edges, permanent linen finish, extra fine grade, 9-4 width. 42 inch pillow tubing at 30c and 45 inch at 33c. Pillow Cases pr. $1.95 Hand m a d e Madeira cases, neatly boxed for gift giving. Mcrkcl's First Floor PURSES, 98c The very newest ideas in underarms, pouches and vanities with top and back handles, double flaps, neatly lined and double faced mirrors. In white and pastel shades. PURSES, 49c Washable white keratol bags in pouch and underarm shapes. Soma are equipped with slide fasteners. All have double faced mirrors and are neatly lined. In white, -beige and red. NECKWEAR, 79c Frilly organdie neckwear with round and V necklines. Plain and dotted; white and pastel shades! MERKEL'S FIRST FLOOR BETTER DRESSES REDUCED $8 and $12 Many have availed themselves of the opportunity to save by buying in this sale of better dresses. There still is a good assortment of sizes, colors and styles. Select yours, before they are picked over! Bradley and Lamp! Knitwear $4.90 to $22 All of these high quality knit dresses are now reduced. Wear them all summer and see how cool, serviceable and smart they are. We will gladly help you select a becoming style and color. MERKEL'S SECOND FLOOR SHEER DAFFODIL FROCKS TWELVE SENSATIONAL STYLES TO CHOOSE FROM An atfROrt uabeWvoble v*Kre -- produced by of** of AlMttti'i Urgctt mnufKturcn. VetTM be eitwntd to find Â» Â·weft **ylt, ndi pretty tÂ»ll cut .( Arc price. THey'ie 10 ractical Mtd iucl *W*Â»W *tUÂ«l tKlt yat'B MASON CITY'S GREATEST VALUE! IN MERKEL'S ECONOMY BASEMENT ' C O L O R S G U A R A N T E E D F A S T SPECIALS IN MERKEL'S COOL ECONOMY BASEMENT Fast Color Prints, 36 inch, yd. lOc. Past Color Broadcloths, 36 inch, yd. loc. White Flannelette, 27 inch, yd. 12c. Windsor Crepe, 30 inch, yd. 17c. Cretonnes, 36 inch, yd. lOc. Sheer Cottons, batiste, voile and lawn, yd. 15c. Checked Gingham, fast colors, 36 inch, yd. 25c. Steveu's "P" Linen Crash, yd. 17c. Wash Cloths, 6 for 25c. Unbleached Sheeting, 81 inch, yd. 33c. Lunch Cloths, 36x36, each I9c. Summer Quilts. $1.59. Priscilla Curtains, slightly soiled, pr. 59c. Mesh Curtain Panels, 46 inch, each 49c. Men's Shirts and Shorts, each 19c. Men's Athletic Union Suits of checked dimity, 39c. Rayon Taffeta Slips, 69c. JIEKKEL'S ECONOMY BASEMENT Knee Length, full fashioned, chiffon hose, pr. 59c. Lorraine Rayon Gowns, 89c. Men's Elastic Top Anklets, 2 prs. 35c. Rayon Panties and Step-ins, stout and extra stout, 59c. Girdles and Corsets, closing out all $1.19 numbers at 79c. Boys' Shirts, sizes 8 to 14, 44c. Cotton Hose, fine quality, sizes 9 to 10 ! ,~, pr. 25c Boys' Wash Suits, sizes 3 to 7, 39c.