The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on July 18, 1935 · Page 15
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July 18, 1935

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 15

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SIXTEEN MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, JULY 18 ·§ 1935 The Refrigerator that is powered to make "MORE COLO THAN YOU'LL EVER _ NEED" Buy for as low as 15' per week · Be sure the refrigerator you select for your home has this amazing Rollator mechanism. Own the refrigerator that saves up to $11 a month. Come in and let us show you proof of Norge superior performance. With constant improvements being made in mechanical refrigeration, why buy an obsolete model at full price? . Buy a New 1935 NORGE Facts Prove That Norge Out LIVES Out PERFORMS Out VALUES Out STYLES ALL OTHERS No Down Pymt. No Collectors No Meters NOKGE "ATJTO BUILT" WASHERS, IEONEES RANGES AND OIL BURNERS MALCOLM-NORGE CO. 24 FIRST STREET S- E. PHONE 156 PROFIT BY USING THE WANT ADS BODY OF WOMAN FOUND IN SEWER Exciting Turn Given to Hunt for Mrs. Smith Sought in Murder. CHICAGO, July 18. OB--The discovery of a woman's body in a south side sewer gave an exciting turn today to the hunt for Mrs. Evelyn Smith, 35, sought in the "swamp murder" of Ervin Lang, 28. Investigators decided however that the victim had been killed three months ago. Mrs. Smith, charged with strangling Lang and severing his legs in an alleged confession by Lang's .mother-in-law, Mrs. Blanche Dunkel, vanished eight days ago. A repair squad found the body. The woman's hands were tied, and tee body had been wrapped in linen. Managers and Clerks Announced for Four New Liquor Stores DBS MOINES, July 18. Iff)---The Iowa liquor commission today announced the managers and clerks for four new liquor stores to be opened at Audubon, Bloomfield, Cascade and Guttenberg;. They are: Audubon, G. J. Black, manager; Leo M. Campbell, clerk. Bloomfield, Earl S. Morgan, manager; Foster L. Grant, clerk. Cascade, Elmer C. Murray, manager; Paul J. Becker, clerk. Guttenberg, Emmet J. Dubbells, manager; Edward B. Huene, clerk. Definite dates for opening the stores have not been set. Local Police Matron Starts Duties Here Mrs. Zell Davis, newly appointed police matron, has started her duties of visiting dance halls, beer Caught in Vice Net Initial activity In wholesale cleanup of organized vice in New York launched by federal bureau of Investigation man with police, led to arrest of Jean Goldstein, 31 (above) as ruler of a ring allegedly preying upon girls from small towns lured to New York by offers of jobs as domestics, (Central Press Photo) parlors, etc., nightly in Mason City, in an effort to keep in touch with conditions in the city for her reports. Mrs. Davis has an office at the city hall but may be reached by telephone at 4230 or 2140. Correct this sentence: "I'm not in favor of sharing the wealth," said the man on the corner, "until they put the gold value back in the dollar."--Davenport Times New ULCA Vest Pocket CAMERA The World 1 * Smollett Cotti let* for picture* The entire ctmera In only lH*2i inches. T»kw both snapihots «m time exposures. Fllmi . . . 9c WOODBURY'S 75c Squibb's Mineral Oil 75e Fitch's Dandruff Remover Shampoo With MajMse Brujh 35c Campana Italian Balm Syrup of Figs Jastrtte WH1TESHOE or WHITE KID CLEANER Calox Tooth Powder Nev Ctrrant PlalrJ GEM RAZOR (InHtrthitcCuil SGEM BLADES B-inch Vidrio ELECTRIC FAN uxe I ALL For ---,- over l/i||r With each S Bo»l //1_B H" KLEENEX f 20 ?^:; tf ^ irtfiHrrfl ISW £ou; Pnces on Popular Drugs Toiletries 103 NORTH FEDERAL -- FRIDAY THROUGH MONDAY ARSENATE LEAD, 4 Ibs 59e PARIS GREEN, Ib *4c. RUBBER BABY PANTS .. 7c 3 for 20c 50= PHILLIPS' -- . . 34 FOUNTAIN SPECIALS SATURDAY AND SUNDAY Walgreen Famous Ice Cream, Qt. 25c Ice Cream Cake Roll 29c SATURDAY ONLY Giant Double Dip Soda 2 for 15c Pond's Aft. Face Powder J JJ C CREAMS SOc Size ftSPIRIN TABLETS Too'16c RUBBING ALCOHOL DRUGS 40cBost ft 7 Tooth Paste L f c WIIUMn^Q you cool 0H I f all B _ tummer! D $1.25 Kelp-a-Malt 84c 50c TJnffuentine . . . ....42c 40c Fletcher's Castorla ... -28c Bayer Aspirin, 100's 50c 75c IJsterine, 14 01 59c Dr. SchoH's Zlno-Pads 23o 55c Lysol, 7 oz 43o 51.00 Zonlte, It oz 71c 51.00 Bonkora 67c Fiylllum Seed, IB., dark ..39c Milk Mac. Tablets lie SOc Mennen's Oil 34c SI Nnrlto for Neuritis 93c SI Squibb Adci Tablets ...79c 35c Pyramidon Tablets 23c TOILETRIES Falmolive Soap 3 for 13c fiOc Jersen's Lotion, 6'/= ox. 36c BOc Woodbury'ft Powder .. .35c c Dew Deodorant 30c 28e April Showers Talc . 4 ..23e 55e Hopper's VoaUt CJaj- ...37c $1.00 AnpelQs Lipstick 74c 75c Coty Face Powder .....69c All-Purpose Talc, tin . . , , .20J 50c Campana Dreskln .,,..370 Tidy Deodorant ..,.,49c 3Sc Amolln Deodorant . , . , 3 I c 91.60 M, T, Goldman'* .,51.33 23c Jocor Have Set ISc SOc Chambertflln Lotion 39c SPECIALS 28c Barbssol Shav. Cream 180 Gillette Blue Blades, 10 for 490 SOc Milk of .Magnesia 190 $1.00 Black Flag Liquid ..E9c 50e Detoiol Tooth Paste ...30e SOc Prophylactic Tooth Br. 39a lodcnt Tooth Paste 31e Lm Flakes, small .. 4 for 350 3Io Faiteetii 26« French Lick Salt! 4S« 25c Apex Moth Cakes ISe 40c Colsate'i Shav. Cream 37p 33c Revelation Tooth row. 25C 2Sc Dr. Icon's roffdcr . . . . 1 8 c Caldwell's Syrup of Pepsin Kill Dandruff with the N 20 MINUTE DANDRUFF TREATMENT bottle 75c Bauer * Bice* Fully Equipped FIRST AID KIT Emry- tfiinl Dr. West -»-»« Tooth Brush / V» The Economy Style 40e Palmolive Shaving Cream BfiHhttsi. "Certain-Safe" Modess(12's) (2 Boxes 35c) Dr. West Dou bit-Quick Toothpaste 3 *I RELIEF WORKERS ARE WITHDRAWN FERA Men Taken Off All City Sponsored Projects Here. All relief labor was withdrawn from city projects, according to information received by City Manager E. H. Crofoot Thursday. .Mr. Crofoot received his information In a letter from R. D. Briggs, RWR engineer for tie Emergency Relief administration, setting forth no reason for the withdrawal. The letter in brief-follows: "City Manager E. H. Crofoot: "Mr, A. M. Schanke, administrator of Cerro Gordo county relief administration, has instructed me to notify you that all workers employed on work relief projects sponsored by the city of Mason City will be dismissed after Thursday, July 18. R. D. Briggs, RWR Engineer, Emergency Relief Administration." W. J. Grimes Funeral Is Held at Hampton; 6 Children Are Left HAMPTON, July 18.--Funeral services for W. J. Grimes, who died at his home Tuesday after a long .Ilness, were held at the home Thursday conducted by the Rev. lenry Rust, pastor of the Baptist church. William James Grimes was born n Maryland in 1854. and moved with his parents to Freeport, HI. '.u 1878 he was married to Mary fane Kreider and they came to ;owa settling on a farm near rlampton. Six years later they moved to Rockford where heJwas butter- maker 17 years. In 1900 they came o Hampton. He is survived by two sons, Sam of Hampton and Oscar of Port- and; four daughters, Dolly and 'earl, at home; Mrs. Cora Meacham of Nora Springs and Mrs. Marjaret Hudson of Kansas City; three ·randsons and four brothers, Jess, karkwood and Dave of Hampton and Mart of Charles City. Vlitcnell County Day Held in Vets' Hospital ST ANSGAR, July 18.--Mrs. A. ryon Goldberg, Misses Dorothy -Jume, Etta Christensen and Tom :oon, drove to Independence Wed- esday morning where Tom Moon, ccompanied by Etta Christensen, layed at the birthday party for the eterans at the state hospital. This vas Mitchell county day. T. H. lume took them down. jriffen of Hampton to Speak at Band Clinic HAMPTON, July 18.--F. O. Grif- en, school band instructor and eader of the Hampton band, will peak Friday at the musical clinic o be held at Madison, Wis,, spon- ored by the University of Wisconsin. Three hundred band leaders will attend. Mr. Griffen was chosen to speak because of the extensive use of his musical compositions. Mrs. Bouck, Formerly of Mason City, Is Seriously 111 in Sacramento, Cal. MANLY, July 18.--Mrs. Ear Adams left Wednesday for Sacra mento, Cal. She was called there bj the severe illness of her sister, Mrs Carrie Bouck, who was suddenlj stricken blind, deaf and completelj paralyzed. Mrs. Bouck is wel known in Mason City as her hus band ran and operated a cigar fac tory in Mason City 10 years ago be fore moving to Sacramento. Truck Driver Fined $100 for Negligence in Fatal Car Mishap RED OAK, July 18. (JP--Fine o 5100 was assessed in justice cour here against Glen Steuckradt, 21 Corning trucker, on a reckless driv ing charge following a coroner' jury report that Steuckradt wa negligent in connection with a high way crash that killed J. M. Nason Maiden, Mass. Nason died and hi companion, Evelyn Morgan, Mel rose, Mass., suffered serious injurie when their car struck anothe around which Steuckradt was at tempting to drive his truck. Argume:nts End in School Case Perry DES MOINES, July 18. UP)--Mis Agnes Samuelson, state superin tendent of public instruction, i studying transcripts containing 40 pages of testimony before giving ; decision in the appeal of W. G Clark from his dismissal as Perr schools superintendent. Argument were completed by attorneys fo Clark and the Perry school boar Wednesday. Little Cedar Bureau Officers Are Electee LITTLE CEDAR, July 18.-Farm Bureau meeting was held a the Leon Smith home Tuesday eve ning for re-organizing the town ship. Leon Smith was named town ship director; Mrs. Arnold Hultrnan vice director; Mrs. Eugene Barker publicity chairman; E. B. Knapp secretary; co-operators, Alfre Steirt, Mrs. C. H. Penney. Jak Winters, Mrs. E. B. Knapp, Eugcn arker, Mrs. Albert Hultman, Arold Hultman, Mrs. William Barenz, Mrs. George Wolf and Mrs. Frank ;urke. The election by the boys' 4-H club of Willis Barenz as leader and Charlie Ellison as assistant, was approved; also Mrs. 0. J. Schuchart and Mrs. Clyde Elliott as girls' club leaders. Representative p J Hansen was present and gave a'talk on his experiences and work of the legislature. SPECIALS Rotary type, heavy aluminum. 2 Quart ICE CREAM FREEZER Heavy, galvanized. freezes in a jiffy Each Heavy enameled, complete with rack. $1.29 BALL BEARING ROTARY REFRIGERATOR DISHES "GLASSBAKE" COVERED CASSEROLE and SIX CUSTARD CUPS. Guaranteed oven ware. NOISELESS ELECTRIC FAN While they last $1.19 5 large, covered, glass dishes. GLIDDEN H. H. HOUSE PAINT ICY HOT VACUUM BOTTLE ONE MINUTE WASHER MASON CITY HARDWARE CO Owned and Operated by Your Neighbor . . . DON McPEAK Over On East State Phone 948 CLOSE OUT SALE of the Harry Zebker Stock--We have added new merchandise in every department. Below is listed a few of the Bargains for Friday and Saturday. SUITS Men's all wool worsted suits. To $27.50 value! $15-87 PANTS . Men's Dress Pants values $3.50 to $6.50. $J.47 $3-97 Men's and Boys' Bathing Suits Part Wool Cotton 77 SHIRTS Men's Dress Shirts. To $2.00 Value 77 Men's Chambray Work Shirts 1 Lot of Men's Dress Straw Hats. To Clean Up Men's Choice *J.*-|C Work Straw Hats Youths' Tennis Shoes. To $1 Value Men's Brown Oxfords, Broken $| .47 Sizes JL Men's Overalls and Jackets, White Backed Denim Ladies' Rayon Hose, pair 6 Pairs, $1.00 Men's Dress Oxfords $4 77 V g « « I JL Girls' Georgette Dresses, $·.27 to $3.98 Value J. Men's Khaki and Whipcord Breeches for your vacation trip. $g 21 $i .97 To $3.00 value * 1 to * JL Ladies' cool white shoes, T straps and ties. 77 C 87 C Ladies white kid oxfords. To $3.50 value. $1.37 $1-57 DRESSES 1 lot Ladies' plain and printed crepes a n d sport weaves. Large sizes to 50. $2-47 DRESSES Ladies' new printed silk Dresses to $7.50 value. $2-77 HATS Ladies' Hats. Choice of our stock. «S7 C Each 3 for $1.00 Ladies' wash dresses. Sizes to 50. FORMERLY NOW Harry Zebker's Store T1 Dl JL f IheDioostonlo. 121 S. Federal Ave. Mason City, Iowa

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