Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on August 21, 1952 · Page 8
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 8

Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, August 21, 1952
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8 Aug. 21, 1952 Miion Cltjr Olot)f-C.»trl(e, Mtion Clljr, U. SEABEE ON LEAVE STACYVILI.E-Jcan Schilling, of the Scabccs, arid his wife of Oxnard, Calif., arrived in Stncyvillc for n sumrricr vacation. Schilling and his mobile construction outfit hns been engaged in laying'new air strips. The couple, who were married in June, will vacation here for a Jew weeks before Schilling re- norls for overseas duty. His wife will reside in Stacyville, MAKE THE GOLDEN 'RULE YOUR SHOPPING, SAVINGS. STORE ATTEND CONVENTION WOOEN--Dr. and Mrs, W. L, Timlnll plan to leave for Chicago Friday and from there, Mrs. Tin- clall will leave for New York City to attend ihe national Ueglon-Aux- illary convention. Dr. Tindall will return home on Sunday. Jewels! of everlasting beauty New Brilliance - - - Lovely largo center diamond flanked by 4 sldo brilliant gorns Matching Wedding Hands BACK-TO-SCHOOL JEWELRY GIFTS Nationally Known WATCHES Selection of Sizes and Styles. $37.50 Famoxis ELGIN WATCHES . . Pen and Pencil Sets A Must for Every Student tfo "ic .. ipO. IJ up . $10.00 Sheaffer Parker . up GOODMAN'S JEWELERS . . . DIAMOND IMPORTERS Corner Federal end SI»U Mason City /A r ·/. COMPARE! NEEDS FOR BOYS and GIRLS Big or S«all KITCHEN REMODELING NATURAL BIRCH or YOUNGSTOWN STEEL CABINETS and SINKS S«a Our Model Kitchen . Fres Estimates . . . Terms MASON CITY APPLIANCE 211 So. Federal Phone 1103 20 E. Sf«t. Phone 17 HOMEMAKERS' SPECIALS IDEAL PANT CREASERS pair 98c Teleal pnul croascrs speeds the drying Ume of trousers nnd prnclicAl- ly eliminates ironing. CUT THE HIGH COST OF EATING BY Canning, Freezing or Preserving Foods Now We liava everything you need for preparing and keeping your foods. COLD PACK CANNERS CANNING KETTLES PRESSURE COOKERS FOOD BLANCHERS PRESERVING KETTLES ROTARY FOOD PRESS TIN CANS JAR FUNNELS STIRRING SPOONS Frozen Food Supplies POYETHYLENE BAGS OAKEN BUCKETS pints and quarts LOCKER PAPER ALUMINUM FOIL FROST-FOLD CONTAINERS POULTRY BAGS ASCORBIC CITRIC MIXTURE COSCO UTILITY TABLE NOW AT NEW LOW PRICE 5.95 The deep shelf on this easy rolling table is so useful os extra storage space. The all-metal construction; rounded edges; free rolling casters and two coot baked-on-enamel finish makes it ideal for use in most any room in the home. BEFORE YOU BUY ANY COOKING WARE Compare Farberware Cooking Ware The exclusive '/a inch thick aluminum bottom insures new miracle heat spread . . . minimizing all cooking difficulties. It's so easy to clean too. Compare Farber- ware for Lower Price . . . Better Quality . . . Faster Cooking and Easier Care. Compare This Low Price With Any Stainless Steel Cookin 9 Ware . . . 1-QT. COVERED PAN 4.75 20 E. State Phone 17 Glolie-Gaidte phnLo by Cihbs KENPROS L E A V I N G MASON CITY--Shown above are Mr. and iU'r.s. W. S. Rcnfro, 105 10th N.W., in the garden of t h e i r home, where thousands have stopped each season to ^_, view the flowers Mrs. R e n f r o as grown. The Rcni'ros w i l l avc Monday by automobile for licneo for an indefinite slay, ler which they will go to the cst consl In make tlioir home. Mrs. Rniifro, who has had a ·mien thai has been a showplace the city the last six years, is user to get to a c l i m a t e where ie can grow flowers Ihe year round. Mr. Rcnfro is a retired neral supcrinLciulonl of Jacob E. ccker and Sons. Miss Sisse and Miss . Prisso, icir two Boston I3iiU flogs, which re well known by school children, ill {jo with them. The plants shown in" the picture re annuals planted on lop of some 000 tulips that made the Renfro lace a colorful mecca for 'visitors ist spring. As many as 1,000 pet ns have been in the garden at nee, some coming for long clis- uices. The Rcnfro home has been pur- linsed by Dr. Jerome Paulson, iio is coming to Mason City Sept. to join Dr. B. Raymond Wcston ml Dr. E. ff. Qarg. Rites Pending for Joice Man JOICE--Henry Kittleson, 82, died t h hospital in Mason City \Vecl- csday at 11:05 p. m. following an Iness. The body is at the A micron Funeral Home at Lake Mills here rites are pending. His home ;as at Joice after retiring from a irm in Worth County. He leaves is wife, sons John of Rochester, l i n n . ; Orin of Joice and Edgar ol acksonville, Fla., and a daughter, Us. Harry Percy of Mason City, 'here are nine grandchildren. Boys' Good 8-ox. Denim JEANS Zipper Fly $1.79 Girls' SADDLE OXFORDS For School Brown and White Black and White $5.98 · $4.98, All Sixes Boy Scout OXFORDS Cord Soles and $* Heels. Reg. 4.98 4 A Tough School Oxford. Sizes 12 to 6. CORWITH--Mr. and M r s . Edvard Houston and son Richard re- urncd to their home in Brook- yn, N. Y., after a visit with Mrs {otiston's sister, Mrs. John Dan el, and f a m i l y . LEGAL NOTICE NOTICB · OF AIM'OINTMEXT Or K.XECIITIIIX STATK OK IOWA, Ccrro Gordo County, .is. No. 7872. Notice Is hereby Riven, Hint the undersigned hns been iluly appointed anil tiunU- 'Icil as Kxecutrlx of Ihe estate of Minnie Yai'KCs, Deceased, lute of Certo Gorcto Count). All persons Indebted to snld es- nte nro rcqueslcit to make Immediate pny- niont; ntid those having claims nRMnsl he same will present them, duly nuthcn- dented, to Ihe unilorslci'.ed for nllownncc. nntl file in Ihe offtco or the Clerk oE the District Court. M A B E L I.. ttUNIW' I I I I K K S K i COItNWELL. Attorneys ted 5. 19. r 2. S. II. Mnci'BAK. Clerk nislrlct Court lly A K 1 . R K N IV U A I t n i S . Deputy Men's Good Wearing EVERYDAY WORK SOCKS Special Price 5 p $1.00 I / N a v y Style White T-SHIRTS and BRIEFS Cotton Knit . . . Good Tight Neck 3 pr. 89c formerly MID CONTINENT Cargo Pocket FATIGUE PANTS H, B. T. with the deep side pockets. Good quality, $2.98 A I R L I N E S now its I N T E R N A T I O N A L A I R W A Y S for reservations anywhere inside U.S.A. or Latin America tall your fravel agent or phone the Braniff office Phone 654 OO HOLDS ANY WINTER JACKET BE READY ,FOR SCHOOL IN ONE OFJ THESE ATTRACTIVE REVERSIBLE JACKETS Reg. $13.95 'Available Green, Navy, Tan, Blue. Sizes 34-46. Hoondstooth check on reverse side. (These new gabardine jackets are treated 1 for wind and rain resistance, lined, well [tailored. Ideal for sports or dress. (Choice of colors. TWO-TONE WARM-UP JACKETS [The regulation sports jacket in a choice of attractive color ^combinations. (Men's Sizes Boys E3B America's Finest Overalls and Jackets For Men, Womtn, Children MATCHED UNIFORMS Shirts . . .$2.49 Pants.. $2.98 Khaki or Grey Good Quality Men's Attractive SPORT SHIRTS . £ Light and dark pastel?, gay patterns.!* $2.98! s h a d e s , Priced from *r: MEN'S AND BOYS' DRESS SLACKS Gabardine or herringbone tweeds,^ in new fall £i QC shades V*v*73 up' Laundry MAILING CASES Good Quality $2.98 Value $1.95 VISIT OUR BARGAIN BASEMENT FOR STYLE . . QUALITY . . and ECONOMY Shoes for the Entire Family MEN'S STURDILY BUILT, HIGH STYLE DRESS SHOES M a n y s t y l e s t o choose from. 1*1 a In toes, wine tips, caps or moccasin t-J-e. Ileivvr leather soles nd · uppers. 5 Colored 'Or White Fleeced SWEAT SHIRTS Men's Long Wearing WORK SHOES. $3.95 up Odd Lots of LADIES' SHOES. . Other Nationally Known DRESS SHOES. . . . . For School, Sports or Work. $1.89 ·"-' jf/ ? SPORT OXFORDS LOAFERS [Latest styles in a fine ^selection of colors or Part Wool jGYM SOCKS 69c Hopalong Cassidy LUNCH [Zipper Front Elastic SUIT [COVER .. jiHandy 3-Piece SAW SET 9Sc Grade Turkish Men's and Womens' WRIST WATCHES at Savings CLOTHS and 25 c Good Quality WRENCH SETS 9Sc Children's Sturdy SCHOOL SHOES Sturdy, tough, in choice of styles KIDDIES' BOXER-TOP Jeans Long Wearing Blue Oenim SPECIAL $1.25 SYMPHONY WALL PAINT Rubber 1 Latex $3.98 Gal. Use on any surface. Will not chip or crack. Good Quality TENNIS SHOES Arch Support Gym Shoes For School Utility Barn Paint Utility House Paint TURPENTINE Gallon LINSEED OIL, Gallon 9 1*O5 gal. $1.89 ,a. 99c $1.99 $1.89 to $4.45 VISIT OUR BARGAIN BASEMENT For Womens' Shoes COMPLETE LINE OF ARMY SURPLUS ITEMS LARGE ASSORTMENT OF LUGGAGE SUITCASES TRUNKS OVERNITE CASES . OPEN FRIDAY TILL 9 P. M. 20Z SOUTH FEDERAL LARGE ASSORTMENT OF ARMY BLANKETS

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