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July 25, 1935

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 12

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·n TWELVE MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, JULY 25 1935 Rites in Gospel Tent for Man Found Deac NASHUA, June 25.--Funeral services for James Hamm, 56, who died suddenly Monday, were helc at the gospel tent Wednesday al 11 o'clock, and interment was in Oak Hill cemetery. Mr. Hamm was working with the Demro brothers at cement work, and had been mixing mortar when he left and went to the barn. When he did not return as soon as expected Paul Demro went to the barn and found him dead. Death was caused by a heart attack. Permanent I. 0. 0. F. Home Is Planned at Hampton HAMPTON, July 25.--The I. 0. O. F. lodge here bought the home of Claude Welty on Third street and in the future plans to move the house and build a permanent I. O. O. F. hall on the lot. Petty Thievery Reported. OSAGE, July 24.--There seems to be an epidemic of petty thievery here. Fred Birum's small woodea windmill was taken from the garden of his home; some small wooden animals were taken from the John McSweeney home a little farther down the street and all the raspberries on the Maynard Lantz farm on south Fifth street were taken. Mrs. Utermarkt, Former Thornton Resident, Dies; Rites to Be Held Friday THORNTON, July 25.--Albert Hofferman, Sr., and Mrs. Ida Obrecht, south of town, were called to Hubbard Tuesday by the death of their sister, Mrs. Albert Uter- markt, 64, a former Thornton resident. Funeral services will be held at the home in Hubb'ard Friday morning;. Mrs. Utermarkt is survived by her husband, a daughter, Mrs. Esther Moore of Milwaukee, who was called to Hubbard; three sons, Arthur, Floyd and Harold and two grandchildren. Mr. and Mrs. Jasper Utermarkt of Idaho are expected to attend the funeral. Beauty parlor Opens. BBLMOND, July 25.--A new beauty parlor opened here today. The parlor is in rooms over the Knisley grocery and is being operated by Miss Ina Schmidt and Mrs. Mona Landsberg, sisters. Group Goes to Des Moines. POPEJOY--The following members of the Improvement club spent a day at Des Moines on their annual picnic day: Mrs. A. J. Albers, Mrs. J. W. Fisher,- Mrs. Nell Maulsby! Mrs. R. M. Dodd, Mrs. A. E. White, Mrs.' John Schneider, Mrs. E Anderson, and Mrs. Myrta McMurry. Mrs. luth Folstadt was a guest on the trip. Mother, Daughter Look Alike \ BEFQRE ^ANNOUNCEMENT Motorbike WINNER ' IT'S LIKELY TO BE A CLOSE RACE AT THE FINISH! - IT MEANS THAT THE WINNER IS GOING TO BE THE BOY OR GIRL WHO TELLS HIS OR HER FRIENDS TO VISIT FORD HOPKINS DRUG OUTING DEPARTMENTS. THE TEA ROOM. FOUNTAIN FOR THEIR NEEDS, THEN OBTAINS FROM THEM THEIR MOTORBIKE VOTES! MAO, OBDEKS FILLED SAME DAT RECEIVED 13 North Federal Ave. - Phone 909 35 NONSPI Deodorant 25* MENNEN'S TALCUM 50* PEPSODENT Tooth Paste 28* 50* JUNIS Facial Cream 34* 25* Dr. LYON'S Tooth Powder 17* 65* POMPEIAN Face Powder 45* HAROOli: SHAMPOO, 5OO K/oyceA/lyri TISSUES ,29t ' W · « · .» A * ^^ #W ·« ALKSELIZER 49 ESTHER Face Powder Zfpper MANICURE SET 98* Lavena O A T M E A L F A C I A L 49* NORWICH SUN TAN O I L Complexion BRUSH A R M A N D Symphonic Face Powder Interlude P E R F U M E 200 K1EENEX TISSUES King Edward C I G A R S 2 «... 5* xt 50 BARBASOL SHAVE CREAM Fendrich Parfeeto £xtra 6 FOR 25* RALEIGH VELVET Tobaccos QUEENS 6 FOR 25* CIGARETTES L U C K I E S CHESTERFIELD C A M EL-OLD GOLD 2 oodbururi FACIAL SOAP CITRATE GNESIA Sun Glasses SAVE YOUR EYES OTHERS EASTMAN F I L M S Plain Or Verlchrom* 25% O F F PINT WITCH HAZEL 21* 35c Sloan's Liniment 27* 5 Pounds W A T E R SOFTENER PEROXIDE of Hydrogen 19* Here are two pictures ol two little girls. The one on the right now Is the mother of the one on the left, in case you have any doubt as to who they are, let us introduce Shirley Temple, juvenile screen star, and her mother. Mrs. Temple is shown as she was at the age of four. Shirley's photo was made on her fourth birthday. CROP CONTROL HELD ESSENTIAL Corn-Hog Officials in Iowa Say Regulation Should Be Continued. By PORTER M. HEDGE Associated Press Staff Writer Iowa corn-hog officials believe agricultural adjustment must continue in one form or another, even if the supreme court declares the AAA unconstitutonal. Their position as stated today by Chairman R. M. Evans of the Iowa corn-hog committee, and Leslie M. Carl of the board of review, is simply this: That continued adjustment o£ agricultural production to effective demand for farm products is a basic requirement of farm prosperity under existing economic conditions. Must Reshape Program, That for this season, even if the AAA is declared unconstitutional, the farm administration and the farmers must reshape the farm program on constitutional grounds. The concensus of Iowa officials, despite a report to the contrary, is that the decision of the circuit court of appeals in Boston invalidating the AAA will produce no effect on this year's program. They point out first that the supreme court must declare the AAA unconstitutional before collection of processing taxes stops; secondly, that farm administration officials have asserted that the 1935 contracts are binding, regardless of court action. Statements Are Cited. They cited statements of both Secretary Wallace and Farm Administrator Davis to the effect that funds for payment of benefits should come from some other source for this year's program, if the processing taxes are invalidated by the supreme court. Although concerned over the Boston decision, Iowa officials are not without hope that the AAA will win this fight. Evans found comfort in the dissenting opinion of the senior judge in Boston. He also praised the keenness of Solicitor Seth Thomas of Fort Dodge, now in AAA's service. He further cited the AAA amendments designed to bulwark the AAA against constitutionality attacks as another possible means of saving the present program. 200 Suits Filed. Some 200 suits seeking recovery of processing taxes have been filed in the nation, four of them in Iowa. The supreme court's decision in the Boston case which is to be appealed vitally concerns Iowa. Iowa farmers have received $72,000,000 in benefit payments since the AAA has been in operation. This year's program calls for an additional 540,000,000. First payments on half this amount are expected late this month. The rest is due soon after Jan. 1, 1936. More than 18,000 contracts from 20 Iowa counties have been sent to Washington for approval and disbursement of benefit checks. The corn-hog board of review office is putting the finishing touches on .contracts from 63 other counties. Iowa's Stake Listed. Iowa's state in the program from the official view stated briefly is this: The state's prosperity rests largely upon farm prosperity. Demand for farm products has fallen sharply below the farmer's ability to produce in normal years --and still make any money. By adjusting production to a demand that will permit the farmer to make a "reasonable" profit, prices of farm products are maintained at a level high enough that farmers can make money. If production is unlimited, the tendency is to over produce. Surpluses pile up, prices drop and the farmer loses the gains he has made. Cannot Be Shunted. · Iowa officials feel that for these reasons agricultural adjustment cannot be shunted aside--even by a republican administration. They admit the present program isn't all it might "be--that there have been inequities, that there have been delays and that the emphasis has been placed upon reduction rather than proper use of land. They feel, however, that if the present program is riddled until it sinks, another program--of one kind or another--must he drawn, by either this administration or another. Burgess Named Sunday School Head in Goodell GOODELL, July 25.--The following were elected at the United Brethren church; for the Sunday school: Superintendent, Richard Burgess; assistant, Velda Embrink; pianist, Florence Mason; assistant, Voral Kienenbcrger; secretary, Helen Miller; assistant, Clive Ruka; librarian, Sadie Nelson; assistant, Zelda Conklin; treasurer, Florence Mason; assistant, Lawrence Christie. Officers elected for the Christian Endeavor were, President, Edwin Trager; vice president, Clive Ruka; secretary, Sadie Nelson and Virginia McNutt; pianists, Nellie Griggs and Voral Kienenberger. Zelma Trager won second in a C. E. oratorical state contest recently held at the camp in Cedar Falls. Delegate Is Elected. GOLDFIELD, July 25.--Mr. and Mrs. Braden Stoakes were hosts to the Humboldt county rural carriers and their wives Tuesday evening. Ole Fjetland of Humboldt was elected delegate to the state convention at Iowa City in August. Better hurry if you want to get in on some of the wonderful bargains we are offering during our July Clearance Sale! Some items are completely sold out and others are running low in quantities. MEN'S ANKLETS, Pr. 25e Men like the cool comfort of these short sox with their Lastex tops. In white, pastel shades and dark colors. Merkel's First Floor MEN'S SHIRTS AND SHORTS, Each 29c Fine ribbed gauze shorts in the popular athletic style, and shirts to match. Specially priced during our July Sales. MerkePs First Floor WHITE PURSES, 49c Washable white leatherette purses in envelope shape with fancy ornaments, moire linings, coin purses and mirrors. Merkel's First Floor NECKWEAR, 49c Lace collar and cuff sets with round and V necklines. These are in attractive styles and will make your dresses look entirely different. Merkel's First Floor LINEN TOWELS, Ea. 21 c Steven's pure linen towels with colored striped borders in green, gold, blue and red. Hemmed ready to use. Size 18 by 33. Merkel's First Floor LINEN SETS, $1.89 Luncheon and breakfast sets of natural colored linen crash with hand blocked designs in bright colors. Size 52 by 52 inch cloth with six napkins. Merkel's First Floor HAND-MADE PILLOW CASES, Pair $1.95 Madeira cases in assorted patterns, size 42 by 36, neatly 5oxed. Merkel's First Floor BLOUSES, $1.49 Smartly tailored blouses in linen, pique, organdie,'taffeta and silk crepe. Good color assortment. Sizes 34 to 40. Merkel's Second Floor SILK SKIRTS, $1.98 Our regular $2.98 silk skirts of fine quality crepe in pastel shades with plain or plaited hem, sizes 26 to 32. Merkel's Second Floor WASH FROCKS, $1 These were $1.98 and $2.98 dresses. Made of voile, pique and broadcloth. Broken sizes. Merkel's Second Floor FAST COLOR CRASHES Yard 39c For your sun room or porch drapes--colorful patterns, 36 inches wide. Merkel's First Floor STAMPED LUNCH SETS 89c Of fine linen stamped for embroidering. Thirty-six inch cloth with four napkins to match. Merkel's First Floor TODDLERS' DRESSES AND SUITS, 79c For the little tots--dresses and suits of broadcloth, pique and organdie in plain and figured. Sizes 1 to 3. Merkel's Second Floor SUN SUITS, 79c Of fast color seersucker, gingham and percales in plaids, stripes and checks. Sizes 6 to 14. Merkel's Second Floor BOYS' COVERALLS, 59c Seersucker coveralls in blue or tan stripes. Sizes 2 to 7. Merkel's Second Floor TOILETRIES Neet Depilatory, 50c Coty's Powder, 69c Bath Sets, 39c Glass Cotton Jars, lOc Wildroot Cocoanut Shampoo, 39c Palmolive After Shaving Lotion, 33c. Merkel's First Floor SUMMER DRESSES $3.95 A special group of dresses formerly priced up to $10.95. Pastel and white silk crepes, nets and laces in outstanding styles and well made. Sizes 14 to 46. Merkel's Second Floor BETTER DRESSES $8 and $12 Special price reductions in our better silk dresses, light and dark colors. Many wonderful values! Broken sizes. Merkel's Second Floor KNIT DRESSES $3.75 to $15 Also reductions on light, summer weight knits in sizes 12 :o 42. See this wonderful collection and share in these bar- ·ains. Merkel's Second Floor RUFFLED CURTAINS Pair 89c Priscilla curtains and cottage sets of fine quality grenadines with fast color figures. Merkel's First Floor GLAZED CHINTZ Yard 29c and 35c Lovely patterns for any room in the house. Make a refreshing change of atmosphere at small cost. Merkel's First Floor CHILDREN'S DRESSES 79c Organdie, prints, pique and dimity dresses in stripes, dots, floral and plain colors. Fast colors, easy lo iron. Just the kind of dresses to start back to school. Sizes 3 to 14. Merkel's Second Floor DRESS SILKS, Yard 50c One large group of printed flat crepes, washable rayon printed crepes, plain rough crepes, plain flat crepes, large gypsy prints and taffetas to close out. Real bargains 1 Merkel's First Floor DRESS SILKS, Yard $1 P l a i d taffetas, diagonal striped taffetas, dotted taffetas in brown, red, black and dark green witb contrasting dots, plaid f l a t crepes, paisleys, stripes and floral designs, in a lovely quality crepe. Greatly reduced! Merkel's First Floor PRINTED SHEERS Yard 17c A large assortment of printed dimity, lawn, flaxon, batiste, organdie and voile! Lovely patterns for school dresses--fine for curtains, lingerie and summer dresses. A wide range of colors! Merkel's First Floor PRINTED BATISTE 4 yards $1 Tiny patterns for baby's first colored dress, dainty curtains or lingerie. Also Normandie voiles and large figured voiles. A close-out price. Merkel's First Floor RAYON GOWNS AND PAJAMAS, $1 At the regular price of 51.39 they were excellent values! In pink, tea rose and combination of tea rose and blue. Very fine quality rayon and every garment perfect. Merkel's First Floor FINE SILK STOCKINGS Pair 59c Full fashioned, pure silk, all perfects, in service and chiffon weights. The newest shades to select from. Sizes V 2 to 10',;. Merkel's First Floor SUMMER JEWELRY, 50c Dainty multi-color jewelry so lovely to wear with summer costumes. Choose from necklaces, clips, pins and bracelets. Merkel's First Floor IT'S ALWAYS COOL IN MERKEL'S ECONOMY BASEMENT SUMMER DRESSES $2 and $2.88 Plain colors and prints, light and dark colors, very nice materials and splendid styles. Sizes 14 to 50. SPRING COATS, $5 Just six coats left to close out at this low price. Navy, black and "one In grey tweed. Sizes 18 and 46 to 50. SWIM SUITS $1.49 and $2.98 All wool suits in new styles and excellent values. Sizes 32' to 40. Also a group of children's wool suits in sizes 28 to 36 at S1.29. LACE COATS, $1.98 Three-quarter length lace coats in swagger style, natural color, sizes 14 to 20. SILK STOCKINGS Pair 59c Knee length hose, full fashioned chiffon, sizes 8% to 10%. FAST COLOR PERCALE PRINTS Yard lOc LINEN LUNCH CLOTHS 79c With colored checks, size 52x52. FAST COLOR BROADCLOTH Yard 15c TABLE COVERS, $1.39 Of Jap crepe in green, orange, blue, red and tan. Just tlie thing for home or cottage. Wash them and they need no ironing. Size 72x90. BATISTE PAJAMAS Two-piece Style 98c MEN'S NIGHTSHIRTS 98c Of fine white muslin in sizes 17, IS, 19 and 20. SILK HOSE, Pair 19e Ladies' silk hose in all new shades, sizes 8^2 to 10'/i. STEVEN'S CRASH REMNANTS Wonderful bargains in short lengths of pure linen crash. Lengths run from 1 to 2^4 yards. MEN'S PAJAMAS, 88c Of fine broadcloth in coat and slip-on styles, sizes A, B, C and D. LORRAINE GOWNS and PAJAMAS 89c Of fine rayon in pastel shades. FULL FASHIONED HOSE 2 pairs 98c Fine silk hose in chiffon and service weights, sizes 8% to 10». Single pairs 59c. CANNON TOWELS 15c 25c 39e A splendid opportunity to stock up on towels at great savings. These are slightly irregulars of our better towels. MERKEL'S ECONOMY BASEMENT 'fr

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