The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on January 7, 1937 · Page 7
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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 7

Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, January 7, 1937
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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, JANUARY 7 · 1937 SEVEN S O C I E T Y LOYAL 10 CLUB MEETS AT SEVIKINS Members of the Loyal 10 club met with Mrs. T. E. Simkins, 724 Ninth street northeast, Wednesday afternoon. Bridge was played at three tables with high score prizes going to Mrs. Lee Roberts and Mrs. L. A. Page and low to Mrs. Simkins. Refreshments were served by the hostess. Mrs. R. T. Werley. HALVERSEN-TESLOW DECORAH--Announcement has been made of the marriage o£ Miss tkeONE cough drop medicated with throat-soothingingredientSj of Vicks VapoRub. VICKS COUGH DROP Irene Teslow, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Teslow and Norman Halversen, son of Mrs. Henry Halversen of Canoe Ridge, read in the Glenwood Lutheran church, Dec. 29, by the Rev. Alfred Bresesen. Miss Arlene Teslow, cousin of the bride, acted as maid of honor. Emmett Ottesen was best- man. Mr. and Mrs. Halversen will make their homo on the Henry Halvorsen farm in Canoe Ridge, BITS ABOUT 'EM Miss Carol Moberg of Galesburg, 111., is visiting at the home of Mrs. Dora Liesveld, Delaware apartments. * * * Burton DeGraw, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. P. DeGraw, formerly of Mason City, and nephew of Mrs. A. L. Briar, 226 Seventh street northeast, is.a sailor in the U. S. navy and was a member o£ the crew of the ship on which President Roosevelt made his cruise to South America, according to word received by Mrs. Briar. * * « Miss Edythe Kropman of DCS Moines is visiting at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Scene From "The Sandals' Abovu is pictured a scene in -'The Sandals," a Christmas play, written and produced by Lewis B. CummiiiES, Grandson of the late A. H. Cummings. Tlie play, which was Riven at the Baptist church, will be repealed Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock at the I, O. O. F. home. The play also was bonked for presentation at Northwood Thursday nisht. 323 Seventh street Kropman, northwest. Louis and Abbott Wolf o£ Mason City, Bob Wolf oJ Austin, Minn., and George Wolf, Albert Lea, have left for Chicago to visit the Chicago furniture mart. They will be gone 10 days. January Specials! Luxuriously Furred Models Superb in Styling, Fabrics, Tailoring! Rare Values! Tomorrow! A real find at this price--coats that owe their smartness to magnificent fur collars or stunning self-trimmings! Dressy or sport types--tailored with precision from fabrics of substantial quality! All new shades! De Luxe Fashions! Distinctive models that make clever use of costly furs--coats that achieve flattery with select fabrics in superb silhouettes--each flawlessly made and warmly interlined! Exceptional buys! FUR COATS A Sensible investment! Gorgeous swagger or fitted fur coats ot luxurious Northern Seal or Lapin--flattered by clever ripple or wing collars! Choose yours promptly--fur prices are going up! DRESSES East-Minute Creations! Colorful printed frocks in new large floral designs . . , smart high shade blendings'. . . stunning navies, many with white contrasts . . . popular black and whites-all latest successes! 3 SOUTH FEDERAL AVENUE WIFE PRESERVERS To remove iron rust it is said to put lemon juice on the spot and hold over steam. PAKKERSBURG PAIR LICENSED TO WED ALLISON--A marriage license was issued here Jan. 5 to Mylcs Edward Frqemming, legal^ Park- crsburg, and Norma Schrage, legal, Parkersburg. KLEMME COUPLE ISSUED LICENSE GARNER--Arthur Schlawin, 30, and Esther Buseman, 23, both of. Klemme, were issued a marriage license by Clerk Elmer Raw on Tuesday, the first issued in the new year. Jens Johanson, 87, Native of Norway, Succumbs at Osage OSAGlJ, (/P)--Jens Johanson 87, born in Norway, died at a farrr home near here Thursday. He is survived by five children. P. Chris Petersen of Cedar Falls Die CEDAR FALLS, (/P)--P. Chri. Peterson, treasurer of the Vikin Pump company, here, died Thurs day. Peterson was prominent in Cedar Falls civic and fraterna circles. J a n u a r y C 1 e a r a n c e CLOSING OUT From Our Higher Priced Hundreds of Beautiful Regular $1.98, $2.98 and $3.98 Values. For Quick Clearance Black Brown Navy Red Green Rust Grey Small and Large Hcadsizes A -GREEN STAR, VALUES KRESGE'S GREEN STAR MONTH! JANUARY -- a. month of Kresge Super-Specials! We're starting off with this big dress sale . . . but watch for other Green Star Specials ench week! Shop for Green Star Values at Kresge's all this month. ^ uary . of FROCKS BS? SE ' \ . S *» ^ ^ 14.44 h-?. At Tremendous Savings ^^MCf-/ VALUES Not only do you save money . . . but you get txce/lenl quality and htntilifiil t/mi- mating at this low January S.ilc price! Sixteen gay styles for girls 7- I'll Good, s t u r d y pe'rcale . . . in lovely designs and colors! Trie kind of dresses that usually cost a Int more! Better quality . . . better styling ... better selections! Splendid values in itdor.ible frocks for tots 4-6! All new! All fresh! Every good point you usually look for . . . and many more! Eight styles . . . some w i t h matching panties! Six- glorious colors! S I Z E S 7 - 14 S I Z E S 4 - 6 9 SOUTH F E D E R A L A V E SfSS^

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