The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on February 7, 1931 · Page 4
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February 7, 1931

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

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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE HOW W O U L D YOU PLAY THESE FEBRTJAIJ New Spring Frocks Are Arriving Daily PRICED EXCLUSIVELY tl C - North Iowa's LARGEST MARKET Quality, Quantity, Service and Courteous Salespeople BuehlerBros. 314 S\ Federal Ave. Phone 916 101 North Federal ' MASON CITY Always First With CORRECT FASHIONS of Dependable Quality nui rvaouiix HATS REVEAL CHARACTER HAVE YOURS CLEANED AND REBLOCKED NOW! CALL PUTH PLUMBING HEATING J. C.Puth Co* PHONE 989 You can't lose if you _ carry your INSURANCE in the Bankers Life Co. Bagley-Beck Bldg. Phono 368 GROOEBl Bread, Full Sugar (with J Flour, guan Soap, LaundrB - SAM ; ; DEPARTJf MARSHALL SPECIAL ON STANDARD MAKE TDSES 28x4.75 Tire and Tube...? 7.00 29x5.75 Tire and Tube... $9.00 30x4.50 Heavy Duty 6 Ply ? 7.40 31x6.00 Heavy Duty 6 Ply $11.45 MULLIGAN SON IIS W. State * V IT'S PHONE IDEAL AMERICAN LAUNDRY CARD TABLES FOR YOUR BRIDGE GAMES Has Covered Top, 29 Inches Square. C1 9C 'Mahogany Finish pl»fiO Sears, Roebuck Co. 14 First St. MT. \V r Be Individual! Use Fine Playing Cards- with your own initial 'on. them. They cost no more than ordinary cards. SOo PER DECK. DAMON'S, Inc. ^NESEL FOR ALL F O R M S OF INSURANCE , \ I AMONG OTHER GILDNER Be Well Groomed For the bridge parties. Well groomed hair always appeals as does a clear soft skin. , MYERS Beauty Salon Phone 319 7 S. Delaware Out card is monds, But Si SPEED that will y-",| Boomhpy 113 N. hi issu PRICE SEE US FOR.' HOME FURNISHINGS We can completely fnrnlah your home-- Ftoor Covering!, Furniture, Draperies, everything. . ' _ ** .Agente for General Motors Radio--phone Tyler-Ryan Furniture Co. IIS N. t^ea, · · _ Fbone 3910 THE NEW SIX-SPEED SPECIAL, V/ z TON Internationa] Motor Truck at Reduced Price Now! No change xin quality. Increased speed and power. International Harvester Co. of America SALES AND SERVICE 23 6th. Sfc S. E. Phono 20 America's Greatest Clothing Value HARVEY BROS. CLOTHES, $23.50 "ED" FINNEGAN, Prop. . 105 South Federal Prize ' HIGH TEST GAS At LOW TEST PRICE Seasonable Gasoline ISBELL OIL CO. 2301 S. Federal US N. Com'l Phone 245 W.J.Daly Co. Dependable Plumbing Heating CUPID Has chosen W. H. POTTS for liis Valentine Headquarters. Rings, Watches and Clever Gift Novelties. , SEE OUR WINDOW W. H. POTTS, Jeweler " GRAIN »]· PhM OUR SPECIALTY $5, $10, $15 Dresses which fea- 'ture the very newest In stylo designing, the popular colors and fabrics that -will wear. Hollywood Frocks First Door North Palace 4 HAVE YOU TRIED B OUR · NEW LAUNDRY '* B ^ Phone 495 * a SMITH'S ·· KLASSY KLEANERS mm · Launderors and Dry H Cleaners B Opportunities Are Offered Every Playing Cards, 85o, 50c, OOc, 75c, 85c, 51.00. Score Pads. Bridge Rule Books, 25c, §1.00 and $2.00. Tally Cords, Prizes, Table Covers, Party Goods. Yelland Haries Phone 400 11 E. State THE CUBAM SUPREME At All Occasions. JIade By E. B. HIGLEY CO. On S»!n ni' Nearly All Dcalcn HEAT Our coal elves irondorful heat hccaniir It is carefully selected, ana con ho nb- somtely iniamntred BO far 'an quality is concerned. RED PARROT COAL "Speaks for Itself" CHAPIN-O'NEIL COAL CO. Phone 1GOIJ · 301 Bo. Olon. COMPLETE STOCK OF SILVER PATTERNS 1841 Hognra Bros.. Hnlmeji nnd Efl- ivnrds, Orchid Puttcm, Fnntalne I'uttom WATCHES uieha DIAMONDS 3 W. STATK Fine .'; Building Materials ' MASl Builders 4931 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE VLS . 5c ) Ibs. 49c bs. $1.19 Jta .. 35o HANDS? -- $150.00 IN P R I Z E S MUSIC will furnish entertainment for your Bridge Parties. Ifit us install a VICTOR RADIO In Your Home. CONVENIENT PAYMENTS VANCE MUSIC CO. For your afternoon out--wear ont: of our dainty styled SILK DRESSES ' Inexiienilve tiut exceptional valuei at $4.98 an* $6*90 J. C. PENNEY CO. 20-21 So. Federal Av«. "SERVICE" This company is incorporated tor the exclusive purpose of giving Service--of serving 1 you day and night, seven days a week thru- out the year. Mason City and Clear Lake Railway Co. SWIFT, INC. A * The New Electric VOSS WASHER A SENSATION $59.75 See it at Currie-Van Ness Co. 11 N. Federal Ave. Phono 17 * V SMART STYLES in New Spring- Ready-to.-\Vear are 'found at the New York Fashion Shop Mason City's Stylo Center 15 South Federal Ave, W. G. BLOCK CO. RED ASH SMOKELESS COAIi of Dla- j have the L A S H E R clt. reetev 3Ph. 142 1 OF ASHES TO THE TON FIRESIDE FUEL CO. PHONE 888 Before It's Too Late 8 First National Bank Mason City Affiliated With Northwest Bancorporatioii OUR CLOVER LEAF QUARTETTE ON W. M. T. MONDAY NIGHT S:3O PHONE 600 For a Bundle of Satisfaction LYONS LAUNDEREKS AND DRY CLEANEKS * * 6 ** A DELICIOUS 35c LUNCHEON SERVED AT ALL HOURS Modern Fountain Service. Home Made Cakes and Pies, Juicy Steaks and Short Orders of All Kinds. RAINBOW CAFE 120 North Federal ** Springtime Suggests New Prints SEE THEM AT 5 * PRUSIA'S BRITE SHINE OXFORDS, $5.50 Black or Brown. Now Shades und New Styles. * T Ideal fuel (TWEST ' 'ASH ' ' OSHKOSH OVERALLS $1.39 Wo Repair Eaves Troughs and Down Spouts.. Prepare for spring rains by having them repaired now. KELROY FUEL AND FURNACE CO. Ph. 441 147 Fourth St. S. W. and a New Gildner Special "Tall Corn Overall" Champlin Gas for f Power Champlin Refining Co. OF IOWA NOW-A General Electric Radio for every home. Your old radio accepted as part payment. Terms to suit you. PEOPLES GAS AND ELECTRIC CO. For Better Appliances A Full Line of PASTRIES Baked Fresh Daily! Get the hahtt of buying your pastries here, where quality is best. PURITY BAKERY 216 S. Federal Ave. THE Srf STORE BIRTHDAY SALE AH During February Special offerings and exccpUnnat val- ucj that nhould bo taken nrivantago of luring our 88th lllrthtlny Sale. BRADY DRUG CO. Shoe Sale NOW GOING ON Stevens .Shoe Co. MASON CIT1' the GLOBE - GAZETTE WANT AD COLUMNS lyCo. CASH PRIZES F O R HIGH SCORES . i f - · * A DOUBLE F E A T U R E CONTEST S^C^^^^^S^^^o^l^f^" l^^^S^TM^.!**'* ·"" "«"·»» «.. .«..,,. c.«. , n « , m , r W n . m TM n -- .- / .i U^!»!sS£iIS!« t^n*^ TM^L »».'»».'"· W --- TM«'" «*'- «-----,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,«,,,..,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,., ,,,,. Reproduced on these two pages are four bridge hands; the top is SOUTH or Dealer; the second, WEST, at dealer's left; the third, NORTH, dealer's partner, and the fourth, EAST, at dealer's right Tho play is at regular AUCTION BRIDGE. Dealer bids . . . others in rotation. This la the first of a aeries of twelve brldg-Q hands tnofc will be offered to readers of The Slason City Globe- Gazotte, different hands appearing In this newspaper each Saturday for twelve weeks, storting Saturday, February 7. The contest Is open to everyone, except employes of The Mason City Globe-Gazette and their families. To tho contestants making tho Wgheat scores in tho twelve games played, §125 In CASH prizes will Ie awarded. Please read these rules carefully so that no misunderstanding, will ensue. . . l-Hands are to bo played with ordinary playing cards or you may cut out the cards reproduced above, being careful to keep the hands arranged and the cards distributed as they appear on these pages. 2-In bidding, there Is to be ho doubling. 3--Special Tally sheets are to be used in keeping scores, and these tally sheets aro Issued FREE to contestants and can be obtained only from the firms co-operating in this contest. There are no obligations of any kind and contestants can procure as many tally sheets as they desire just for tne asklnjr. A different tally nhcet is to be used each week. Each tally sheet should be properly numbered and properly dated, bearing the date on which the hunds played, appeared in the Globc-Oazetto. Go to any of tho firms represented on these two pages each week, and they will bo pleased to give you a tally sheet for tho game to be played Uiat week. A DOUBLE-FEATURE CONTEST--$150~ IN CASH PRIZES First feature . . . Bridge'Contest with the following cash prizes for H'inners making the highest score- FIRST PRIZE .. *K nnn ". SECOND PRIZE L_ " ^'nft THIRD PRIZE .' ',' .e'fli FOURTH PRIZE : I. I '.' ' JJ'JJ FIFTH to NINTH PRIZES, each s' ftft I ! ··;. 25% , Discount on PICTURES. AND FRAMES DURING THIS MONTH Uring in Your Pictures for Framing MANNING BROS. S3 E. State Phone !30 FREE Bridge Score Pads can lie obtained at our office, fifth floor First National Bank Bldg. No obligation. G. S. AVERY SON THE INSURANCE SERVICE PHONE 357 COATS Your Choice of Our Entire Stock Divided in 2 Groups $9.50 $15.00 They will sell quickly at these prices. STERLING Try Our HOME MADE BREAD HOME BAKERY 210 N. FEDERAL IOWA STATE BRAND BUTTKR Iowa State Brand Creameries A Little Prl7.e Always Mnltes tho BRIDGE GAME Morn Interesting OUR STOCK includes a grrut variety sit POPULAR PRICES. MANLEY'S ty *y *.*£ JCOND FEATUKE OF (JONTKST--To the three individuals presenting (he hireent number of liona fide cash lea slips (receipts for cash purchases) obtained from the firms represented' above during the contest ·riod, 12 wcehs startinp Saturday, February ^, cash prizes will bo awarded. Sales slips must be made out contestant and each contestant entering: a sronp of sales slips must accompany same with n full set' of .·clvei tally sheets, ono for each week of the Bridge contest. Whether the tally sheets are filled out or not, o following cash prizes will be awarded: ' irgest number of sales slips §12.50 Second largest number of Bales slips S7 50 Third largest number of sales slips..; $5.00 ' ' "''« V i3 2 '" "' i3 - SRC " nd . fc "*" r e of the contest, the twelve tally sheets may be filled out and entered r a Bnrtsre Game prr/.e, first feature of this contest, or they may be entered In blank. .i) may enter cither feature or this contest, or both. If yon do not nlny bridire, vou mav enter thn qi aso of the contest and try to win one of tho three cash "sales slip" prizes. This double-feature co tlscs it possible for everyone to enter. Every reader of tho Globe-Gazette may become ft contestant 1--Write neatly and concisely just how you played your hand. This is very important and in case of ties, tho manner in outlining the play of hand will determine tho winners. There Is a special'place for writing the outline of play on the Tally Sheet. 5-Do NOT send in single tally sheets . . . wait until you have all twelve, then wrap neatly, and bring, send or mail to The Mason City Globe-Gazette, addressed to tho BRIDGE CONTEST EDITOR. Out of town contestants can obtain weekly tally sheets by writing any of the advertisers represented above. The Bridge Contest Editor of Tho Mason City Globe-Gazette will be pleased to K Ivc contestants any additional information rcjrarding the contest, at any time. Improve vour Bridge by entering this cnntost now. B--Selection of winners will be made by three judges, Auction Bridge Authorities, who will be selected by The Mason City Globe-Gazette. Tho decisions of these judges on all points in the contest will bo final. The best possible defense must bo made .against tho bidding hands in each problem and tho accepted conventions of Auction Bridge must be observed. Contentants agree to accept tho decisions of tho judges as final In all particulars. This applies to bidding of the hands aa well as the play. 7--This entertaining and profitable contest has been made possible by th n cooperation of the advertisers whose announcements appear on tliusu p :lKl ..s. Readers of The Mnsnn City Glolie-Gazctte aro nrffecl to scan them closely. COPYRIGHT 1930

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