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December 12, 1933

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 9

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TEN aiASON cay DECEMBER 12 1933 LOCAL OPTION FOR IOWA BILL Feature of Liquor Act Will Meet Opposition in Both Houses, DBS ; MOINES, Dec. 12. --A. local option provision will be embodied in the proposed liquor control bill, it was learned today. The local option feature will be confined to municipalities and is expected to find considerable opposition on the floor of both the senate and house, if this angle remains in the measure after it has run the gamut of scrutiny in the liquor control committees of both branches. Another feature of the tentative bill which is In the final throes of drafting is the incorporation of the Ontario system whereby vtaeyard- ists would be allowed to manufacture and sell wine. Proponents of this provision point out that it would provide an outlet for Iowa grown grapes which number 6,624 tons this year. Permit Sale of Mead. Members who favor such use o£ Iowa grapes also say that it would permit sale of mead, a drink of the middle ages of which honey la a large part. Sale of Hquor of high alcoholic content by the glass or drink will be barred, but sale of wine Is to be permitted in hotels and restaurants under the suggested measure. The hard liquors will be sold for consumption off the premises. To meet certain legal obstacles, Jt is said the state control commission will be aKowed to fix the margin of profit. It originally had been suggested that this be limited to 10 per cent net, with a maximum of 40 per cent gross profit. Should Be Cheap. Members of both senate and house committees agree that the liquor should be sold at as low coat to the consumer as possible as the most practical method by which to eliminate the bootlegger. The bill a!so carries a provision for a 51,000,000 revolving- fund to be used in financing the setup. Part of this money may be borrowed from the general fund. Care also has been taken to avoid a infringement on a recent supreme court decision holding that the legislative powers cannot be delegated to state board, commission and other agencies. For that reason the powers and duties of the proposed control board are set forth in considerable detail. PARISH SURRENDERS Frank Parish, 37 year oW head of a now defunct §95,000,- 000 pipe lino company, surrendered to. federal authorities In Chicago on charges of using the malls to defraud in financing the concern. (Associated Press Fhoto). Here and There 700 MORE IOWANS GET CORN LOANS State Total at $3,317,182 With Loans Incomplete in 88 Counties. DES MOINES, Dec. 12. C?)-- Seven hundred more Iowa farmers sealed up their corn cribs and borrowed money from the federal government as the loan campaign continued today. The state total, as a result, rose to 53,218,182. Loans have not been completed in 88 of Iowa's 99 counties. Ten Iowa counties so far have individual totals of $100,000 or more. They include Benton, Boone, Calhoun, Cherokee, Dallas, Greene, Grundy, Sac, Webster and Woodbury. Throughout the 88 counties, merchants and county officials were reporting increased business and payment of back taxes. }--· "Will'Entertain Faculty. V MITCHELL--A Christmas party '·will be given by the Unity club Friday night at the home of Mrs. L. R. Bockerty. The members of tha school faculty will be guests of honor. Return From Rochester, · SCARVILLE--S. J. Frethcim and -\frs.' Clara Trustheim returned from Rochester, Minn., Saturday evening where they both have been under medical examinations and treatment at the Mayo hospital. Planned by Club. ROCK FALLS--The Rock Falls Community club is planning an oyster supper Thursday night at the school gym, the proceeds of which will be used to buy Christmas treats for the Community Christmas program. Observe M. C. Schools. SCARVILLE--The public schools were closed here Friday while fac ulty members went to Mason City for observation in the public school there. Leaves for California. CHAPIN--Howard Philpot lef Monday for several weeks' visi with relatives in various places 1 California. He accompanied friend from Nevada, Iowa. Brother Is Dead. LAKE MILLS--Word has 'been received here of the death of Rush Thomas, brother of George Thomas. Mr. Thomas has had several operations. Funeral arrangements have not been completed. Visitors From Minneapolis. MITCHELL--Miss Nellie Knudson and sister, Mrs. Sophia Robertson of Minneapolis are visiting their brother, John Knudson and family, west of town. Visit at Oiiester. GOODELL--Mr. and Mrs. Arthur ChelsVlg went to Chester, Minn., to visitrhis brother, Chester and family a few days. Muhleman Will Lecture. . WESLEY--The first quarterly conference of the Methodist church will be held Friday night with the Rev. W. G. Muhleman, district superintendent in charge. This will be followed by the showing of pictures which Mr. Muhleman took of thij Century of Progress. Holds Christmas Party. GRAFTON--The Ladies Civic club held its annual Christmas party at the home of Mr. and Mrs Ed Balrd Sunday evening. Dinner · was served and cards, games and diatributlpn' of gifts followed. About 35 were present. Submits to Operation. MITCHELL--Miss Glenda Skuster, who ia taking a nurses' training course nt the University hospital at Iowa City underwent an emergency appendix operation at the state hospital there Saturday. 200 Attend Supper. CRYSTAL LAKE--The annual bazar and chicken supper was held Saturday In the Methodist church basement. Supper was served to approximately 200 persons. Hostesses to Club. CARPENTER--Mrs. L. N. Prlem »nd Mrs. Ed Dreher were hostess at the whist club h-sld in the Lesion hall Saturday evening. Mrs. Nuel Culbertson won high scores and Afra. Grace Roberts, low score. Bought by Mason Cltyans. ROCK- FALLS--Mr. and Mrs. I Kenneth McKee of Mason City purchased one of the C. E. Olden places recently occupied by Mr. and Mrs: E. S. Powell and have.moved their household goods here. Gift Slippers! We have the most complete line of gift slippers in the city. You can complete your gift list here and BO ecoonmically too! Give House Slippers This Christinas Mail Orders Filled Your choice of 9 different patterns and colors. Soft leather soles, beautifully lined and so smart looking. Buy them NOW. They won't last long at only 59 Beautiful little slippers, fancy trimmed, with choice ot blue, green, yellow, rose and red colors. Soft leather L»le. She will adore them and BO reasonably p r i c e d at 89' IUH, 1«-U $1 Mason City's greatest value! Hard leather soles, black faille trimmed In red, rose and blue. Special price. Sizes 4-10 Also warm Juliets for only SI An Ideal Gift for Mother DAMON'S Shop at E M E N ' S SHIRTS $1 Guaranteed fast color broaUeloth with, pre-shrunk neckband, laundered, ready for use. Tho most practical and most useful gift for a man we could suggest for $1.00. OTHERS $1.65 TO S2.50 Entire Shirt Pre-Shrunk MAIN FLOOR LADIES' "PENDLETON" FLANNEL ROBES $590 to $10 50 All pure virgin wool, gay new checks with plain flannel trims. These are remarkable values and are a practical gift. SECOND FLOOR GLOVES Genuine Hanson, made ot fine Mochns and Pigskins. Snap wrist style. Grey and natural MAIN FLOOK MEN'S TIES 49cto$1.29 Smart, gay, new patterns. Plains, stripes, florals and geometrical designs. Shop early. HOSE Genuine Hunsingwear quality, and we gathered in no half hearted manner a grand OQ r ._Cf\/collection O»«- JU^ MAIN FLOOR BILLFOLDS 50c to $2.50 Very fine quality genuine leather. Expertly made with the utmost attention given to every detail. 'Kerchiefs Box of 2 You can't go wrong in choosing handkerchiefs like these for any man. Exceptional quality, finely mado and attractively packed. See them today. MEN'S LINEN HANDKERCHIEFS, Fancy Colored Border MAIN FLOOR FOR THE MISS OF 8 TO 14 OUR NEW Big Bad Wolf Scarf Tarn Sets $129 Such beautiful color combinations we have never seen. They certainly simplify the problem of what to give the young lady on your list. SECOND FLOOR Welcome'to Our Gift Shop Where Christmas Inspirations Flourish! SECOND FLOOR KAYSER LACE TEX CHEMISE $750 A new marve arid really exquisite lastex lace and silk : combination. They are stunning. Black only. BANDEAUX ... $1.50 STEP-INS $3.95 TEA APRONS MAIN FLOOR Brlrig the Kiddies in ko see Toy Land SILK LOUNGING ROBES and PAJAMAS BRUNSWICK BILLIARD CABLES \\Tiat 1 could L te'Tnore^oyou3 pastime thaii- playlng on one of these ·well constructed' tables? Cues, balls, rack and table complete ··· I2.es.to BROCADED PILLOWS $^00 to $^50 Any one of the bright, gay colored pillows would be welcomed in any household. Such values will demand your attention. 69c to 95c The kind that tie on in a jiffy. Smart tailoring makes them look like a lot more money. SECOND FLOOR VELVET ROBES and PAJAMAS MAIN FLOOR Gaily Colored HASSOCKS Santa himself couldn't pick a better gift to please than one of these smart, new Hassocks. Don't forget the stuffed Rocking Horse and Dog for the kiddies.. SECONn FLOOK Buy Christmas Seals O 0 KIT TRICYCLES that have speed and beauty of design. All rubber tires, in bright color combina.- tlona. They would delight any youngster at. Christmas , $2.1)8 to $8.00 MAIN FLOOR DOLL BUGGIES All these fine buggies arc cuttta tiding values. Nicely iiniahed, 'eaiy running. She'll think ohe'a the luckiest little girl on earth If she gets one o£ these, $1.98 to $8.90. BASEMENT $2.95 to $9.90 A. Christmas gift in high Cavor with any lady. Well fitting selected silk fabrics. They are sure to please. SECOND FLOOR LADIES' BOXED Handkerchiefs GREETING CARDS 12 TO THE BOX $100 Greetings written ibjr EdgaV A. Guest are alwayftescmish- ed. Another is a dog series as only Cecil Aldins can portray them. MAIN FLOOK WOODWARD'S CHRISTMAS CANDIES COASTER WAGONS Durable in construction, beautiful in design and color, roller bearings, disc wheels with chromium hub caps.. .$2.fi8 Otliera 98e to $3.9R BASEMENT $9.90 to $16.50 Whether you plan to treat yourself or someone else to a dandy Christmas present of one of these smart pajama suits or rolies of lovely velvet, you'U agree that Santa could hartJIy have been more kind. SECOND FLOOK 25' MILLER RUBBER DOLLS She wul cherish one of these fine fam- oua rubber dolla /or a mighty long time because they are unbreakable and sanitary 85e to H.BO BASEMENT And a grand collection of dishes, games, balls, furniture, animals, guns, blackboards, trains, drums, wheel toys, skates, tool chests, educational toys and tinker toys. BASEMENT Gloves -- $1.50 up She can't have too many gloves, you know . . . and certainly-not too many of the smart new styles that we are featuring for the holiday season. Doeaklns, suedes, kidskin and fabrics! .MAIN FLO OH HANDBAGS $1.00 up Daytime and evening models in a smart selection of the newest styles and materials. Many have clever fittings that will delight the fastidious! MAIN FLOO1! Pure sugar Christmas candies that fairly make your mouth water. Boxed individually in one pound boxes. All Woodward quality. MAIN FLOOR WOODWARD'S Fancy Mixed CHOCOLATES 25c Box Plain colors, dainty hand em- hroidered ladies boxed gift handkerchiefs. Packed 3 to a box, wide choice of patterns. What's Christmas without some fine chocolates'handy. We have the kind that will surely delight the Christmas appetite. Stop here for good candies. MAIN FLOOR GIVE HER McCALLUM'S PURE SILK HOSIERY Sheer enough to delight the heart of the girl you're going to give them to--and inexpensive enough for your depleted pocketbook! That's the whole story about these hose--except that they wear well, come in all the best winter colors, and are tied up attractively in gift envelopes. rf»-l OC Include them on your gift list! $ 1 ·*)«J Buy Christmas Seals CHEERFUL SERVICE STORE Cl T "V I OXX//X Lingerie -$1.29 up Dainty underthlngs are Joyfully welcomed hy any woman or young girl at Christmas. Here you will find an enchanting selection of dance sets, panties, slips and gowns. SECOND FLOOR Smart Scarves 39cup Dashing new patterns In gay sports or tailored styles as well as exquisite scarves for evening wear. Here's a. charming solution of many a difficult gift problem. MAIN FLOOK -.:..}

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