Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on July 18, 1935 · Page 2
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 2

Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, July 18, 1935
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STWO MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, JULY 18 |H 1935 We're Given You the Greatest- Shoe Values Before N o w . . . . Once .Again We're Crashing Through With An Event That Represents the Greatest Values and Unusual Savings For Women's Summer Sandals and Oxfords 4~) Linens or Leathers Black .. . Beige or White. Saturday Only ^?^; "*/· r % '* r,^ Children's Oxfords and Sandal's Sturdy Play Shoes in White, Brown or Combination ·**** ·-·W -·;*· y^S '^·-' HANDBAGS $ DAY ONLY. . C 105 North Federal -- Formerly Stevens Shoe Co. Newlyweds Flee Tar and Feathers Julias Sweitzer, BO, and his 86 year old bride, the former Mrs. Mary Ling of Cory, 1'a., are shown at Erie following their flight from Cool-here a crowd of 700 residents threatened to tar and feather them Wll House 210. ELDORA, July 18. i.P)--A camp in which to house 210 men in soi erosion work is being constructed on highway 57 east of here. Entertains 4-H Girls. OTRANTO--Marlese Lenz enter tained the 4-H girls club with al members present. K e l l o g g ' s Rice Krispies help you keep cool. They Hon't overheat the system. And they are so crisp and inviting as they crackle in milk or cream. Afinenoondaylunch. Ideal for supper or at hedtime. They help you sleep well. · Rice Krispies are a fine food for children at meals or hetween meals. At grocers. Made by Kellogg in Battle Creek. Quality guaranteed. of Better Quality Save Yourself 2@% to 4®% Now During Our July Clearance Convenient Terms FREE DELIVERIES Tyler - Ryan Furniture Co. 29 Second Street S. E. PHONE 3910 Discouraging View of Movie, Stage Careers Is Voiced by Weisner EMMBTSBURG, July IS.--Young persons with movie or stage aspirations should be dissuaded from such careers, if at all possible, according to J. A. Weisncr of New York City, scout for Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, flim company, here this week in a national search for potential stage or screen stars. "A first rate typist is far preferable to a second or third rate actress," Weisner told members of the Emmetsburg Drama club here Tuesday. "Let the average boy or girl become anything but an ac:or or actress. It's a long, hard path, with much unhappiness and disappointment. And there is no such thing as an overnight star." Thanksgiving, Christmas · Dinners Are Growing Up . on Turkey Farms in Iowa WBLLMAN, July 18. UF--While :emperatures call midsummer unches to mind instead, Thanksgiv- ng and Christmas dinners are growing up at the Maplecrest hatchery here. The hatchery already has produced many small turkeys this year. Early in the fall the hatchery association will purchase the turkeys and dress them for eastern markets. A. C. Gingerich is building two new buildings to take care of the anticipated increase in his 10 year old business. Additional cooling equipment and supplies are being purchased. The hatchery imports its eggs from southern states and hatches all its birds in incubator. After several weeks feeding the birds are put on ranges or sold to fanners within a 50-mile, radius. Laterals in Drainage Ditches Cleaned Out GARNER, July 18.--Henry Ka- rainga, contractor of Boyden, completed the cleanout of laterals 5, 9 and 11 of drainage district No. 1 and 2 in Crystal township Saturday. The total cost amounted to $31,074, and was started early in May. Many of the tile outlets and a great deal of the open ditch had been obstructed with silt, due to the heavy dust storms of the last two years, causing flood waters to back up over a large acreage in the vegetable growing area, causing much destruction to growing crops. Annual Elma Church Picnic to Be Sunday ELMA, July 18.--The annual picnic sponsored by the Immaculate Conception church will be held on the school grounds Sunday, Ju'i' 21. Some of the features of the day will be a baseball game between the Elma independent team and the Texas Black Spiders, preceded by 15 minutes of clowning by the Negroes. 'A chicken dinner and supper will be served by the women of the church and concerts will be given by the Elma band. Japtist Youth Council Organized at Camp in Iowa Falls. IOWA FAiLS, July 18.--Regis- rations at the Iowa Baptist assem- ily Tuesday passed the 550 mark. Class work during the morning sessions has taken on the aspect of egular routine work and students apply themselves to the business of he hour. The staff for the I. B. A, Booster, a mimeograph daily published clur- ng the session, was appointed Tues- Jay and is composed of DeLoris Loney, Dubuque, editor, with Muriel Dryden, Waterloo, as assistant and stenographer. Carl Spieker is ubh'sher and Mary Stickle is cen- or. The Youth Council was organized Woman Is Recovering After Crash in Duncan GARNER, July 18.--Mrs.. Clarence Greiman who suffered a fracture of the pelvic bone, scalp lacerations and cuts on the face Sunday night when the automobile driven by her husband collided with a car driven by Frank Vavrik of Britt, is expected to be released from the Forest City hospital within a day or two. A local doctor said she wouli have to remain in bed at her home for at least one month. The acci dent happened one mile west, o: Duncan at the Buzisky corner. Mr Greiman. the only other occupan of the car received minor injuries I Both cars were wrecked. IOWA ASSEMBLY Is Wednesday with William Lyons, Fort Dodge, president; Fern Grannell, Perry, vice president and Lois Terrill, Fairfield, secretary-treasur- The first evening service since the opening night Sunday was held Wednesday evening when Dr. J. A. Cooper of New York City spoke on denominational affairs and outlined the work of all churches in all parts of the world today. 4-H Club Organised. WHITTEMORE, July 18.--A number of Whittemore township girls met and organized a 4-H club. Officers elected were: President, Alvera Behnke; vice president, Annabelle Semon; secretary-treasur, Alice Mueller; reporter and historian, Margaret Kollasch. Injured Playing Ball. JOICE, July 18.--Willis Larson is recovering from a broken bone in his foot and LeRoy Larson is suffering from a broken finger. Both injuries were received while playing ball here. 2 STILLS FOUND BY 3 OFFICERS Raids Staged in Chickasaw County; 80 Gallons of Mash Seized. NEW HAMPTON. July 18.-Three raids for Illegal liquor were made in Chickasaw county Wednes. day by Sheriff George C. Murray, his deputy, Vincent J. Mangan and Constable Hawley Miller. The raids netted a still, 40 gallons of mash and one-half gallon of alleged whisky. At the Lawrence Payne farm, three miles northwest of New Hampton, a still, 40 gallons of mash and an extra coil were seized. On the adjoining farm owned by Leo Diederich one-half gallon of fc'leged wghisky was found Diederich admitted, officers said, that he owned a one-half Interest in the still. Cafe Is Purchased. 0ECORAH, July, 18.--Mrs. M Grant of West Decorah, has purchased the Grant cafe from Mrs. Sanford Grant, who established it several weeks ago. Mrs. Sanford Grant was compelled to sell the business on the advice of her physician. For Over 19 Years a Dependable B A T T E R Y S E R V I C E J A C O B Y Battery and Electric Service 110 So. Delaware Phone 319 at the New Wards S A L E ! A Special Purchase of Brand New Plain Silk Flat Crepe 39 C yard Regular 49c Value A sensational price for such lovely, soft silk --buy in quantities now for dresses and un- dies ! Uniform, clear colors with a dull lustre finish. Pink, tea rose, copen blue, frost green, Nassau blue, navy, black or white. All are washable and 39 inches wide. Sew Your Way to Smartness with Wards Pine Fabrics! Men's Dress Sox New patterns, new colors, a real value! All sizes, 10 to 12 '. Seersucker Wash Ties The season's hit! suckers and novelty weaves. All new .. Seer- Work Straws Men's straw work hats. Drastically reduced to clear. Here is your C chance to save! «/ V. Shirts - Shorts 15c Cotton athletic shirts and full cut broadcloth shorts with elastic waist inserts. Save! White Purses Final cleanup of our 1 A reg. 25c hand bags 1*7 C Anklets Women's, misses' and children's. New styles and colors. A ward Value 10c White Gloves Cool mesh and gloves. All sizes. A final cleanup! . fabric Women's Silk Hose 44. Ask for Wards No. 29fl- it's a sheer, full-fashioned chiffon, reinforced for wear. Value! Silk Dresses Printed chiffons and tub silks. New dark shades or summer pastels. Fresh new stock correctly styled for sport and street wear. AH sizes, 14 to 44. Clearance Ladies' Hats 49. Panamas, linens, piques and silks for these hot summer days. AH head sizes and all colors. Sunsuits Children's cool cotton sun- suits. New styles and colors. A real Ward Value! . 29c Cool Kayon Undies 21c Rayon in new, brief styles. Smooth fitting, cool. Also panties, bloomers, step-ins. Men's or Boys' Seersucker Pants Here is your chance to buy coolness at low price Men's Dress Straws Clearance of our regular 79c men's hats. White and tan. All sizes 59c Terry Cloth Shirts Ideal for beach anil sport wear. White, blue and yellow. Three sizes, small, med. and Ige. Clearance Cottons Printed Sheers All fast c o l o r prints, voiles, dimity and batiste in the latest styles and colors. Come Early! C yard Seersucker Prints 29c Flaxon Prints 25c Flock Tissues 25c Printed Seercord 29c Eyelet Batiste 39c Printed Pic Pon 25c Dress Gingham 12y 2 c Waffle Checks 29c Washable Linen 59c MONTGOMERY WARD 102-4-6 South Federal Avenue Telephone 57

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