The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on July 18, 1935 · Page 25
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July 18, 1935

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 25

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TWENTY-SIX MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, JULY 18 1935 Robert Schurtz Gets One Year Suspended Sentence for Larceny Robert Schurtz, farmer residing near Mason City, pleaded guilty Thursday to a county attorney's information charging him with larceny in connection with stealing a wagon and a hayrack belonging to Indianhead Farms, Inc., Feb. 15,1934 and was sentenced by Judge Joseph J. Clark to serve one year in the county jail. The court suspended the sentence, however, and paroled Schurtz to Probation Officer J. D. Barlow on the showing by D. H. Fitzpatrick, appointed by the court as defense attorney, that Schurtz was a first offender and was otherwise of good reputation. County Atty. Frederick B. Shaffe r represented the state. "Black Eagle" Auction, Ice Cream Sale Scheduled for Church of Christ A combination auction sale and ice cream social will be held on the Church of Christ lawn Friday evening. Members of the church have been asked to donate articles to be auctioned off, and Stanley Haynes is to be the auctioneer. Another "feature of the evening will be a contest to determine the best cake hs!c- er,' with prizes awarded to the winners. All earnings from the 5uc= and ice cream sale will EO to lie Sunday school fund. Kiwanis Sees Movies of Lumber Industry; To Play Ball in Park Moving pictures of the lumber industry were shown Thursday noon at the meeting of the Kiwanis cl'.ib in Hotel Hanford. How the large trees are cut in Washington state, taken to the sawmill and then sent to dealers in various parts of the country was depicted. The program was in charge of Frank Melius and B. A. Webster. A challenge extended by the Lions club to play baseball in East park some night following a joint meeting was accepted. Guests were Leon Liesenberg of Kansas City, formerly of Mason City. Fred Woodrick of Cresco, Alfred G. Remley of Anamosa, H. H. Dunn and H. Lee. LAFA1OT CLUB MEETS FOK BRIDGE. Mrs. Roy Gitt, 605 Washington avenue northwest, entertained the Lafalot club Wednesday evening at her home. Bridge was played with high score prizes going to Mrs. Harley Ransom and Mrs. Joel Hanes. Russia is narnessing Arctic gales to produce electric power. It is like an answer to the Old Testament, for which the soviet has no use. "They have sown to the wind, and they shall reap the whirlwind."-Cedar Rapids Gazette. Iowa Goldfish Hatchery IDPA Photo America's leading goldfish hatchery is in Thornburg, Iowa, mid has recovered from heavy losses caused by the 1934 drought. Conducted by fllr. and Mrs. E. K. Bruce, Jr., in Keokuk county, the industry was founded in 1871. Many visitors are attracted to see the hatchery. Funeral Rites for Chester Smith Held; Burial at Plymouth Funeral services for Chester Arthur Smith, 85, who died at his home, 505 Second street northeast, Monday following an illness, were held at the Patterson funeral home Wednesday afternoon. The Rev. William Galbreth, pastor of the Olivet M. E. church was in charge of services. Burial was at Plymouth. Mr. Smith was born at Columbua, Wis., March 18, 1850. He moved to Iowa with his parents in pioneer days. On Oct. 25, 1875, he was mar- ried to Miss Frances Powell. Seven children were born to this union, three of whom preceded Mr. Smith in death. Surviving Mr. Smith are his wife, two daughters, Mrs. E. L. Mays, and Mrs. George Turnbull and two sons, Lynn L.. and Leonard B. Smith, all of Mason City, and one brother, E. L. Smith, Manly, and nine grandchildren and three great ! grandchildren. i Mrs. A, D. Anderson and Mrs. S. ! F. Wilson sang "Above the Bright I Blue" and "Jesus Savior Pilot Me." They were accompanied by Mrs. Leon Woodward. Pallbearers were Clare Allen, Harry Bailey, Claire Turnbull, Gerald Smith, Chester Smith and Merie Burns. Hubert Julian (above), "Black Abyssinia against Italy. He's Eagle" of Harlem, has answered call for volunteers for service in joined the emporer's air force as officer. (Central Press Photo) Easy to Change. There's one thing about an "assis usi presdent;" his term doesn't ne-c^ssarily Ia5^ four years.--Sagin- a\v. Mich. Daily Xews, Under existing economic conditions you would expect a revival and paraphrase of the old song, "WiU you love me when I'm doled?"-Lincoln Star. Since Ethiopian soldiers have throws sway their shoe.s. Dort assumes it is another case where an army marches on its stomach.-Lincoln Star. COOLER KITCHENS With a New INSULATED GAS RANGE YOUR CHOICE MAGIC CHEF B INSULATED OVENS--The new insulated gas ranges put end to over-heated kitchens. Heavy mineral wool oven insulation keeps the heat in the oven and at the same time makes a worth-while reduction on the gas bill. · NEW BEAUTY--A gleaming NEW Magic Chef or Roper gas range will add a new smartness, sparkle and good cheer to j'our home. 'S EASY TO OWN--Yes! You can easily, own a new range now. During this sale prices are especially low. Terms arc liberal and convenient--only a few cents a day for new kitchen beauty, new convenience and important savings in time, food and money. $10 Old Stove Allowance Down Payment - ALL RANGE PRICES GOING UP -- HURRY! PEOPLES GAS AND ELECTHRIC COMEWY No matter what kind of suite you have in mind, what style or price--you'll find it in this sale at a tremendous saving! On Our Entire Stock 2TapestryPcs.CurvedBase SUMMER FURNITURE Just think of buying two such pieces for only $39.50! A big, roomy innerspring suite, covered in figured tapestry! A tremendous July Sale reduction on the davenport and chair! Baby Carriage Drop-Side Cribs '7.95 A fibre carriage enameled in your choice of colors. Has heavy rubber tires. Foot brake. Adjustable hood. This convenient drop- side crib comes in choice of enamel finishes, complete with link spring! Occasional Style '3.95 ^ A real bargain special for tomorrow! Graceful ·occasional tRble in rich walnut finish with nicely shaped legs and solid stretchers. Ele,W^r B^S Set ^ Chair at Arm Rockers »ii 95 '9.95 ' 2 ' 95 ' 9 ' 9S **· ^ 1 ^ ^ ^* A ctronp- c t n r d v Mph Vrin'll rpt fl WOI'l A highly efficient dependable electric washer ' with'' prqcelaih tub, aluminum a g i t a t o r , powerful motor. Save. Consists of drop-leaf table and four cathedral type c h a i r s . Smoothly sanded, ready to enamel. A strong, sturdy high chair w i t h safety guards, porcelain enamel tray, choice -of mahogany or walnut finish. · You'll get a world ot comfort from..th!S restful, high-back a r m rocker! Padded seat and back. It's a real value! 8 Pcs.Walnut Veneer Only to place A jB?4fe in your dining room this y fcfc ^JB beautifully finished suite in walnut veneer with smart contrasting panels! Includes extension table, buffet, host chair and 5 side chairs at this low price! If you're looking for bargains, see this.' Stately 8-pc. dining suites in solid Oak rich mellow finish with refectory type table, real style and quality. Juiy Sale priced at only h Triple Mirror Suite Imagine! The poster bed, chest and choice of triple CO mirror vanity or .dresser ' JH ^Jf costs you only .$59.50, yet *Br ^ .this suite is of American striped walnut and bird's-eye maple veneers, . with solid oak drawers, dust-proof construction and center drawer guide! A "buy!" Modern suites are at bargain levels, too! Striking 3-pc. groups in beauti- f «r£) 7 5 fully matched walnut veneer, selling in our July Sale SflLE PRICESonRUGS! 9x12 £t. Axminsters for only Ordinarily, they'd sell for much more. Dur- , able Axminster rugs.in beautiful floral de- c signs, and tasteful color schemes. A real bargain at this July Sale reduction. 19 95 9x12 Woo! Faced Rugs for 95 Rugs made by the famous Bigelow Weavers , in plain colors with banded borders. Selection of colors. Heavy wool faced rugs that will give you excellent wear. , 9X12 Fringed WiltOIt EilgS only Need we say more? Wilton quality is a real sensation at this low price. Variety of pat- ternsand colors to choose from in these splendid rugs. 6-fl Felt Base 9x12FeitBa se Rug Several good patterns suitable for kitchen or bathroom. -Heavy quality. Good enameled surface. sq. yard A well known brand o£ felt base rugs in a wide variety of patterns and colors. Come while assortment is complete. Easy Credit Terms! Shop in the Evening When It's Cool! Call 3400 for Appointment!

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