Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on August 1, 1935 · Page 9
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 9

Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, August 1, 1935
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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, AUGUST 1 M 1935 NINE PLANS FINISHED FOR LEGION DAY Many Features Scheduled to Be Presented Aug. 8 at Clarion. CLARION, Aug. 1.--Complete plans for Legion day in Clarion, to be held Thursday, Aug. 8, were announced Wednesday by C. E. Campbell, chairman in charge of arrangements. The day, probably the most elaborately planned since the local post established the annual custom. will feature a mile-long parade of floats, marching bodies, and bands, a children's parade, and band concerts. In addition, a carnival company has been engaged with eight rides, and 30 shows and concessions. Probably the greatest drawing card will be an afternoon baseball game between the Forest City Collegians and the Monroe Monarchs from Monroe, La., both wall- known teams. The day will be concluded with a dance at the I. O. O. F. hall. Program Is Presented on Farm Near Manly MANLY, Aug. 1.--At the Richan; Tietz farm three miles west of Manly a social was held Tuesday evening sponsored by the Young People's league of St. Paul's Evangelical church. The program included a solo, Eroil Benjegerdes; humorous reading, Mrs. Alma Backhaus; song, Donald and Dorothy Dobel; musical, Morris Tietz; dramatic reading, Mrs. Laura Meyer; wind instrumental, Harold and Bobby Marken; solo, Nina Houck; group song, John Tietz and Miss Helen Tietz, leader; group games, Mrs. M. Mueller. JOHNS, ACKLEY, IS FOUND DEAD Succumbed Two Days Before; Funeral Rites Held at Home- ACKLEY, Aug. 1.--Funeral services for John Johns, 64, who Wednesday was found dead in the dooryard of hia home by his brother, Harvey of Ackley, who had come to pay. his brother a visit, were conducted Thursday at his home. The Rev. E. A. Coe officiated. At the coroner's inquest Wednesday afternoon it was decided that death was due to a heart attack, and that he had been dead since Monday. Mr. Johns was born 64 years ago last January on the place where he always lived and where he died. He was never married. Beside the brother, Harvey, he is survived by another brother, Frank, also of Ackley, and three sisters, Mrs. Don Leach, Mrs. Guy Leach and Mrs. Robert Wilkinson all of Iowa Falls. The upper lip is the mustache's front page.--Wisconsin State Journal. SEEK TO RAISE SUBMARINE HULK 18 Year Old U-Boat Death Trap for 53 Russian Officers, Men. MOSCOW, Aug. 1. UP)--The soviet government turned its resources today to the raising of the hulk of the sunken wartime submarine B-3, which became a death trap for 55 Russian officers, seamen and cadets. An official communique disclosed that the 18 year old U-boat, taking part in Baltic fleet maneuvers, went down in the Gulf of Finland last Thursday in the worst disaster to befall the Russian fleet in years. The submarine, rising from deep water after an under water cruise, smashed into a surface vessel. Water poured through a gaping hole in the U-boat's side and it sank immediately. "All aboard the submarine perished," said the official statement. · C. H. Brandt Among Vice Commanders of District ACKLBY, Aug. 1--C. H. Brandt of Ackley was one of three vice commanders elected at the third district American Legion convention held at Iowa Falls. Other vice commanders chosen were Claas Ross of Wellsburg and Dr. G. M. Wormly of State Center. Joe Gunderson of Heads Women Former national commitlrewo- inan for Arizona, Mrs. Kobert Lincoln Hoyal has been named director of the women's republican committee by Henry P. Fletcher, chairman of the republican national committee. Mrs. Hoyal took her new post Aug. 1. Eagle Grove was elected district commander to succeed J. H. Milroy of Vinton. Extra Long SHEET Sk* 70 x 99" Heavy quality- white c o t t o n sheet or blanket Wears well Fleeced. Single. Our Annual Summer Blanket Event Starts Tomorrow In summer we get better buys in blankets and this saving is passed on to you in our summer selling. Too, it's a sure bet that blankets will be higher, so take advantage of this event. Select your needs from this great stock. USE OUR LAY-AWAY PLAN. A small deposit will hold any blanket and you can pay at your convenience. Visit our basement display. Here's a Whale of a Bargain! BLANKETS ve cannot duplicate for Bny DOW? Last year Sris same blanket was a featured; value at a much higher price. Handsome plaids. Part woo! (not less than 5%). Lustrous sateen binding. Full double bed size, 70 x 80 inches. A big bargain! Good Heavy Blanket Size 68x80 in. Made exclusively for us. Gay Indian designs plaids. Sateen b o u n d . Single. All- Wool pear And wast 'til you see them? They're much better quality than yoe'd e»er expect to find at this price. Pure vsegm wooJ! Stanning plaids bound with wefl-weap- feg, testroos sateen,' A heavy, 4 !b. blanket, 66 x 80~J Meal far any size bed. Alto Scotch plaid at A Big Value .. . Part Wool Full double-bed size, 70 x 80 inches. Soft fleeced and not less than 6% wool. In pastel plaids. Stitched ends! Extra heavy weight and a much larger blanket than we can usually sell for this low price. If s an outstanding value in a part wool, single blanket Outstanding value! BLANKET Part votA .,, . Extra «je pal? 4B). blanket. Not less than 5% wooL Deep, warm nap. 4-inch sateen binding. Size 72 x 84 in. Very serviceable. WMte 70 s 90 inches Why sfip into an icy eoW bed in winter? This fleeced cotton jinria sheet takes away the chill Makes a fine blanket, too. Pride of our lived Beauty, Luxury, Service ·4- Pure virgin wool, blended with virgin angora silk Silk bind- 'ing. Reversible pnstete. Single. Size TO T 80*. Alia totid Full Double-bed si Size 70 x 80 inches easts Lovely soft-finished Cotton' Plaids. Plenty of tuck-in. Also ideal - as winter sheet. Also iolid vith stritted border. tnr. A "prize" valve of 100% Pare Virgm Woof Ertra heavy (4% Ibs.). Fufl doubte bed size, 70 i 80 inches. Lostrora sateen binding. Soft- finished. Alto Scolcli plaid. RITES HELD FOR VICTIM OF RIVER Byrl Richards, 19, Who Was Drowned, Buried at Shell Rock. NASHUA, Aug. 1.--Funeral services for Byrl Richards, 19, who was drowned in the Cedar river south of Nashua Monday night, were held at the home Thursday at 2 o'clock, the Rev. G. C. Lusted officiating. Interment was in the fam- ly lot at Shell Rock, where another son is buried, who was scalded to death a few years ago when he jacked into a boiler of hot water. Pallbearers were Eugene Moine, Senry Wagner, Lawrence Fritchcr. Charles Dirtz, Floyd Hughes and Charles Buckel. Mora Springs Youth Is in Bible U Choral Club NORA SPRINGS, Aug. 1.--The Choral club of the Minnesota Bible university under the direction of Floyd Jones wil! give a concert Friday evening at the Church of Christ. Among the 30 members of the Choral club is a Nora Springs boy, Harold Benedict. Archdiocesan Meeting Is Held at Spillville SPILLVILLB, Aug. 1--The N. C. C. W. of the archdiocese of Dubuque met at Riverside park. In charge were the archdiocesan president, Mrs. Sweeney of Dubuque, assisted by two officers, Mrs. Margaret Smith of Dubuque, corresponding secretary, and Mrs. Nachtway, chairman of activities, and Mrs. Mayme Burke of Clermont, president of the Ossian deanery. Officers were present from Dubuque, Dyersville, Lansing, Marshalltown, Cresco and Cedar Rapids. Reports and programs were given. Anderson Funeral Rites Are Held in Eagle Grove EAGLE GROVE, Aug. 1.--J. Ed. Anderson, 69 died at the home of his daughter in Boone, Monday. The body was brought to Eagle Grove, where services were held Wednesday at the Wilson funeral chapel in charge of the Rev. A. S. Kilbourn of the Congregational church, and by the Odd Fellows lodge, of which Mr. Anderson was a member. Burial was made in the cemetery at Kellogg. Arrive From Denver. CALMAR--Mrs. John Dyrland arrived from Denver to visit her son, Edward Dyrland and her datJghter, Mrs. Fred Grundeland. SCHOOL IS VOTED AT NORTHWOOD Bond Issue Proposal Given Approval 369-145, Grant Will Be Sought. NORTHWOOD, Aug. 1.--By a vote of 369 to 145, residents 'of Northwood in yesterday's special election authorized the school board to bond the district for an amount not to exceed $25,000 for the erection of an additional school structure at an estimated cost of $45.000 under the 45 per cent federal grant plan. The proposed structure is to house the primary grades, agriculture classes and commercial students, as well as provide a new gymnasium and auditorium. 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RME1GH.CAMEL 2 for 35c SOc lsif SHAMPOO $1.00 ZIP Depilatory ZSc Lovalon HAIR RINSE Why iuPer tr-e intense p»' n cf ulcrrs. indigestion, SIS and hnMburn c u s e d by », c f s»r.d.r' A,1 0 , V f=, , F R E E SAMPLE Ud M T»!..!c;, . SOc ' P O M P E I A N Face Powder 21c MAIL ORDERS FILLED SAME DAY RECEIVED 19 NORTH FEDERAL MASON CITY, IOWA

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