The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on February 26, 1934 · Page 7
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February 26, 1934

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 7

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FEBRUARY 26 1934 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE SEVEN Ended in a day NOTO tens of thousands of people will tell you that the FASTER. SUREST WAY to getrid of a cold is to take two H ILL'S COLD TAB- 1£TS and two glasses of water every few hours. These wonderf u I little tablets Riveyo u such speedy relief--relief you can't obtain by less ·cientific methods--because they do the three things necessary to break up a cold. Wash poisons from system. Check fever and ease awy ache and pain. Fight of! cold germs ALL AT ONCE. TnusyourcoM goes in a jiffy and you feel like a new person. Gel rid of cold this proven, faster way. Ask druggist for HILL'S CASCARA QUININE in the RED TIN BOX. ·Jll I 'C CASCARA ffllLiL. 9 QUININE MUTUAL BUILDING MEETS MARCH 15 To Vote on Becoming Part of Federal Home Loan System. A special meeting of the stockholders of the Mutual Building and Loan association will be held March 15 at 4 p. m. for the purpose of voting, on having the organization become a unit of the federal home loan system. The resolution which the officers have prepared for submission to the voters reads as follows: "Be it resolved, that this institu- tion file a petition to the Federal Home Loan Bank board for conversion to a federal savings and loan association plan to operate under the came and style of the Mutual Federal Savings and Loan Association of Mason City, Iowa." "There are a great man; advantages to he gained in becoming a federal association," President Jay 1C. Decker nnl Secretary J. VV. Irons stated in a letter to stockholders. "It would provide a perpetual charter direct from the federal government. It would mean a substantial investment of government money in Mason City. Through the Federal Home Loan Bank it would provide a supply of funds to meet this community's home financing needs. As an investment it would attract savings accounts because of the safeguards created to protect them. It would attract borrowers because of its fairness and simpli- city of its lending plan. The association's capital, reserve, surplus, loans and income would be exempt from taxation. Its shares, their value and income therefrom would be exempt from federal taxation. Its shares would be non-assessable. Minors, married women and corporations would also be permitted to buy and hold shares of stock and two or more persons could hold shares jointly. Special Venire of 35 Jurors Drawn A special venire of 35 additional jurors for the January term of district court here is to be drawn in accordance with an order issued Monday by Judge Joseph J. Clark. Saturday, March 12, at 10 o»cloc_l; was set as the date for the new jurors to report. HEARING Proposed Tomato Marketing Agreement Would Set Up Price District. By RUBY A. HLACK Globe-Gnzotte Washington Bureau WASHINGTON--A public hearing on a proposed marketing agreement for the tomato canning and tomato products industry will be held by the agricultural adjustment administration here on March 3. The agreement would establish a price district for Iowa and proposed a flat minimum price of $9.50 a ton for that area. Price districts would also be established for New Jersey. Pennsyl- anla, Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, New York, Missouri, Delaware, Maryand, Virginia, Kentucky, Teunes- ee, Colorado, Utah, California, rlichigan and Arkansas. Twenty-two regions would be set p to administer the proposed greement. Regional committees vould be selected in each and each egion would bo represented by one member on a national committee, vhlch would also have five mem- ers without vote appointed by the ecretary of agriculture. The minimum prices, which ap- iroxlmate parity, seek to maintain he higher prices which a majority ncr Y shouldn't we be just as particular in choosing under-things as we are in selecting a ballroom gown? "Foundation garments, lingerie -- intimate apparel, as one fashion writer calls it. It's closer to us than anything else we buy. It must fit right to show off our gowns to advantage. And it must feel right to give you that sense of perfect poise. "I put Quality first in all such purchases. And I find that the better garments wear so much longer that it's real economy as well." \ The object of the Quality Irf-nffiie 'of Amerira la to cultivate a. better understanding of the extra value and added eat Is fact Ion you can obtain by making Quality the first consideration. In every purchJ.se. Look for the advertisements on Quality merchandise appearing regularly in this newspaper DAMON'S, INC. D. K. LUNDBERG CO. BARRETT BROS. BLANCHARD'S CHAPMAN FURNITURE CO. CRYSTAL LAKE ICE FUEL CO. CURRIE-VAN NESS CO. JACOB E. DECKER SONS FELT'S MARKET FULLERTON LUMBER CO. JOHN GALLAGHER, INC. GILDNER BROS. GLANVILLE BROS. GRUPP FOOD MARKET HERMANSON BROS. DAIRY HUXTABLE DRUG CO. LAIRD SHOE CO. FINK'S SMART APPAREL LYONS LAUNDERERS DRY CLEANERS MARSHALL SWIFT, INC. MASON CITY BAKING CO. THE MERKEL CO. MONTGOMERY WARD CO. MYERS BEAUTY STUDIO NICHOLS GREEN PAGE LUMBER CO. PALAIS ROYAL J. C. PENNEY CO, PEOPLES GAS ELECTRIC CO. PFAFF BAKING CO. W. H. POTTS, JEWELER RAY E. PRUSIA CO. THOMPSON-DEAN CO. VANCE MUSIC CO. MIER WOLF SONS CopyrlRhl 1933 Quality League of Arncrki Inc. of the canners voluntarily paid to producers last year upon request of the A. A. A. When tomatoes are bought on the basis of U. S. grades, the minimum price proposes Is: For U. S. No. 1 grade, 135 per cent of the proposed flat price; for U. S. No. 2 grade, 75 per cent of the proposed flat price. Man Killed, 3 Hurt in French Air Crash CASABLANCA, Morocco, Feb. 26. an--A mechanic was killed and three other members o£ the crew were badly hurt early today when a French airmail plane crashed in a wild, unconquered section of Rio De Oro, West Africa. Truck Drivers and Salesmen to Attend Meeting on Tuesday J. C. Muihr, representative of tho International Union of Truck Drivers from Cincinnati, will be tho speaker Tuesday for a meeting to which all truck drivers and salesmen who drive company vehicles, have been invited. The meeting will be held at 8 o'clock In Eagles hall. Entertainment after the talk will bo given for the visitors by members of the local truck drivers' union. You, also, can become a grea,t man. All you need Is a private radio station.--Ccdnr Iliiplds Gazette. IT'S TH (dl / V_x/tarm . . . ana ^l/iciori icorian ioo in McCALLUM FINE STOCKINGS Some of us still cherish the old traditions of quality, still like fine things, still demand that true value be inherent in the things we buy and wear. For fifty years the name McCallum has been synonymous with all the fine old virtues, with quality, gentility, style Tightness. Today, for those who still demand the best, we offer McCallum fine silk stockings. PRICES ARE FROM ?1.00 to $2.50 dipped and ingrain HOSIERY DAMON'S MAIN FLOOR "Too fast Una it* S h t Wean Them" THE INVISIBLE G A R T E R For simplicity, smartness, economy and comfort. They are perfect for every occasion for all ages. Made in five sizes. HOSIERY--MAIN FLOOR PURE DYE SILK L I N G E R I E The kind of undies you will luxuriate in, and the silks are so soft, the tailorings so nice, and the lace is so lovely you'll want to buy all you can possibly afford. All the desired colors and sizes. · GOWNS ·SLIPS · DANCETTES · CHEMISE · PAJAMAS · NEGLIGEES LINGERIE--DAMON'S SECOND FLOOR SERVICE STORE -r -y

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