The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on July 18, 1935 · Page 11
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July 18, 1935

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 11

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.. MwAiuteKi TWELVE flASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, JULY 18 H 1935 PARADISE CLOCK MADE BY BUYS Garden of Eden Depicted in Latest Work of Famous Clock Makers. PROTIVIN, July 18.--The latest work of the Biley brothers, widely known bachelor farmers who live near Conover in Winneshiek county, is a paradise clock. The clock stands eight feet and six inches tall, is from 20 to 40 inches wide and. weighs about 400 pounds. The clock is made of butternut, white ash, and white oak, all native woods of Fayette county obtained from the Bigler family of Wadena. An unique conception of the garden of Eden brings in Adam and Eve, the tree of life and the serpent and Carious animals and birds. Adam and Eve are in the center panel below the clock face and the serpent above with a tree on each side. Notable is the treatment of trees, trunks, branches of leaves including bas-relief in leaf motif worked between panels. The gargoyles are human vanities. Figures of birds and animals are removable pieces. Angel Garbriel and the trio, justice, friendship and truth are in the lower panel. This clock was put on exhibition at the beginning of the season. Only the main design is complete as the winter was too short for the entire conception to be worked out. Smaller details may be added from time to time. The gold plated clock face was made in Berlin. The imported works are the finest the brothers ever put in their timepieces costing $178. Chimes are tubular. Beery Enjoys Wrestling Tiger GOERINC ISSUES PARTY DECREES Orders Officials to Enforce Rules Against "Political Catholicism." BERLIN, July 18. (JP--Gen. Hermann Wilhelm Goering, minister of aviation and commander of Germany's secret police, today issued an order to criminal prosecution authorities to enforce strictly the existing decrees against ''political Catholicism." Goering said this Catholicism "must be overcome by positive tional socialism." Foreshadowing the end of all Catholic youth oganizations, he stressed the important task which the Hitler youth movement faces in the present clash between the philosophies of life. Today's decree said: "The minister emphatically demands that all authorities promote the Hitler youth organization." It continued with a claim that Goering, now as before, rejects the idea of a cultural fight against the Roman Catholic church but said, "all means will be invoked against those Catholic priests who misuse their religious authority." Partner In Bluffs Firm. ORCHARD, July IS -- Leon Morse, formerly of Orchard, is now a partner in the McCargan and Morse company in Council Bluffs. He is president of the Councll_ Bluffs Junior Chamber of Com-" merce. Buster Keaton Now Involved in Tangled Relations of Sewells LOS ANGELES. July IS. (/!')-The aging but still agile figure of Buster Keaton bounced today into the already multi-tangled domestic affairs of the wealthy Sewell family of Beverly Hills. Mrs. Mae Elizabeth Keaton added the name of her comedian-husband to several others in the Sewell af- fair when she unexpectedly filed suit yesterday for divorce and brought a $200,000 heart balm suit against Mrs. Leah Clarapitt Sewell for allegedly stealing her mate's love. "Ridiculous," retorted Mrs. Sewell as she sat in a superior courtroom listening to arguments in her own marital litigation against her millionaire husband, Barton W. Sewell. The recent sensational "wife swapping" charges involved in the divorce battle between Walter Emerson and his wife, Jane, in which the two Sewells rounded out a strange marital quadrangle were recalled. Mrs. Keaton's petition charged that she found her fun-making husband and Mrs. Sewell together in a Santa -Barbara county hotel last July 4, and that tbisy remained there for three days before returning home. AUTHORIZED MAGNETO SERVICE CentralAuto Electric Co. Foniierly Central Battery Electric Co, ['hone 434 117 S. Delaware Ave. To Wallace Beery, film star, a wrestling bout with a full grown Bengal tiger is good, clean fun. After making several scenes with the 600 pound beast for a new picture, Beery drew on some of his circus experience of years ago and staged an exhibition wrestling match. There were no guards outside the cage to protect Berry. creases in tenancy, but 31 counties scattered over the stale showed decreases. Counties in the northwest cash grain area maintained The great man, uncertain of th effect his words would have on th public, requested as a special favo that no quotation marks be used.-- Farm Tenancy Trend Continued for '34 in State, Figures Show DES MOINES, July IS. UF--The trend toward farm tenancy gained intensity in Iowa during 1934. This was reported by the Iowa weather and crop bureau from figures obtained from assessors' reports. Tenants operated 5S.9 per cent of the total number of acres in farms during 1934, compared with 52 per cent the year before. Tenants ran 20,250,079 acres while owners operated 14,117,212 acres. The 1934 acreage in farms totaled 34,367,291, an increase of 56,778 acres, or a little under .2 per cent. The number of farms increased 1,398 to a total of 213,167 because of a sub-division of land into smaller farms. The size of farms decreased from an average of 160.5 acres in 1933,to 159.7 acres in 1934, a reduction of .8 of an acre a farm. Tie reduction in size of farms shows a slight tendency toward more intensified farming. This probably is explained by the city-to- farm population movement, bureau officials said. Most of the counties renorted in- a lead in tenant-operated farms. | Kewanee Star Courier. -for longer, safer tire-mileage to Riversides!" WRITTEN GUARANTEE AGAINST EVERYTHING · Blowouts * Under Inflation · Bruises «Cuts · Collision · Faulty Brakes · Wheels Out of Line EVERYTHING t h a t can happen to a tire in service WITHOUT LIMIT as to number of months or miles. The strongest written guarantee ever offered! you cannot buy a longer wearing first-quality tire at any price! Gruelling tests over some of - the country's worst roads prove that Riversides give «p to 28% MOBE MILEAGE than other leading first quality tires! BSG3USG constant tests show that the same extra quality that gives you Riversides' greater mileage gives yon greater safety too! Greater protection against skidding and bkwont protection! Wards way of buying tires eliminates most of the service and selling expenses incurred by the manufacturer in selling the average dealer . . . while Wards selling costs are distributed over thousands of different items instead of just a few as in the case of the average dealer. Wards SAVES money both ways and passes the savings on to you in LOWER prices and EXTRA quality! Wards Convenient Payment Terms May Bo Arranged Before you buy any tires get Wards LOWER prices on PASSENGER TIRES - TRUCK TIRES POWER GRIP TIRES - TRACTOR TIRES SET WARDS LIBERAL TRADE-IN ALLOWANCE FOR YOUR OLD TIRES 102-4-ti SOUTH FEDERAL AVE. TELEPHONE 57 Special! 81x99 SHEETS 67c This was our famous Anniversary Sheet. Our warehouse is cleaning them up at this low price. Belle Isle CASES 2 for 25c Cottons Again we offer yon this well known brand of 42x36 cases at a saving. Genuine 49 Ib. FSour Sacks 11 for $1 These make fine dish towels! They are all washed and bleached. 81 inch Unbleached . SHEETING 19cyd. Compare the quality and weight and tell us if you can find any as good at anywhere near this price. Unbleached MUSLIN 9cyd. This is one of uur best brands. Buy all you need and save plenty. Bleached at lOc yard. A Special Show ing of FROCKS Batistes, Lawns, Seersuckers, Piques. To see them is to want more than one! Tailored street styles! Crispy trims! Box pleats! Kick pleats! All with two inch hems! Feminine styles for those hours at home -- flared or flounced skirts, ruffy cap sleeves! Sleeveless, sun tan backs for sports. All sizes! Men's Athletic Union Suits 3 for 9Sc Button shoulder in fine cotton ribbed or good quality nainsook, button front, 36 to 46. Men's All Wool Bathing Suits We are repricing our complete line at this low price. Your opportunity if you can vrear size *t Your choice in a great variety of colors and shades. Many of these are dresses taken from our much higher priced lines. Many are brand new dresses bought to sell for a much higher price. ONE LOT SILK DRESSES RE-PRICED AS LOW AS Boys' or Men's Shirts - Shorts 15c each Here's a real bargain. Shirts are Swiss ribbed. Shorts of broadcloth with elastic inserts. Fast colored lawns that'll wash and wash. 14 to 44. Fast Color PRINTS 3 yds. for 25c A very large choice to choose from. We can't tell you the brand but you will recognize it when you see it. Feather Proof TICKING 19cyd. Blue and white stripe in extra heavy weight. Recover all your pillows and save the difference. First Quality Marked Down These include broken sizes, soiled and discontinued numbers. All on one rack for your inspection. Ladles'Hats We still have a nice selection to choose from. You will want several. Men's Fancy ANKLETS 15c Why let your legs sweat when you can buy a sock like ihese. Elastic top. JULY B A R G A I N PEATIIRl Children's Panties 19c Here is a bargain even the children will r e c o g n i z e ! Rayon, elastic waist. Pink, and all sizes. Silk Hose 2 for $1 Final Clean-up On Men's Sanforized Wash Suits in sport backs, plain backs, singie and double breasteds. In black and tan nubs. These are a factory closeout and formerly sold at double the price. Nearly all sizes. SPECIAL FOR $ DAY Wash Ties 3 for 25c They will wash and won't fade. Made of suitable prints. Seersucker WASH TIES 25c You will have to see these to appreciate them. 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