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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 16

Mason City, Iowa
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Wednesday, December 13, 1933
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SIXTEEN MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE DECEMBER. 13 193S" DARLING'S VIEWS ON NORTH IOWA'S WORKS WATCHED Fish and Game Commission Member on Program at Lunch Thursday. The appearance of J. K. Darling member of the fish and game com mission, as the speaker at the join session of the Kiwanfs club and tha Chamber of Commerce at the Hole Hanford Thursday noon, is attract 3ngf wide attention In this section of the state. North Iowa conservationists, prominent local .Izaak Walton league member stated, are expect ing an explanation of the comrais sion's policy' in spending most o the Income of'the department, th greater part 'of which is received in the northern third of the state in huge lake projects in southern Iowa, while Inexpensive projects in this section are receiving little o: no attention. '·. . Would Bestore Lake. -; The .Izaak Walton league o Cerro Gordo county has gone on record for the restoration of Ric lake and the construction and re pair of dams in this section which have been washed out Examples o such dams which need attention ar situated at Plymouth, Rock Falls Nora'Springs, .Portland and Rock well, in all of-which riparian rights have been granted. It also is the hope of the loca conservationists to post and see abandoned sand pits, of which then are about 40 in the county, as we] as have the state take over aban doned roads, of which there ar from 25 to 30 mile. 1 ; in the county for game refuges. A 30 acre rail road gravel pit, two miles north o Plymouth, has been offered for a game nesting place. The construction of hundreds o: small. dams along the streams of the county also have been advocated as work in connection with the Civil works program, inasmuch as these can be built of floating rock with little expense for material. Will Outline Plan. It is expected Mr. Darling will also devote considerable attention to outlining various features in the 25 year plan of conservation for Iowa including Iowa parks, playgrounds, benefits for fish and game and other program phases for helping wild life. Mr. Darling has ·worked out a set of maps and charts with which to illustrate his talk. Those planning to attend the Meeting have been urged to telephone reservations to the Chamber of Commerce by 10 o'clock Thurs- .r_-.ay morning. B. S. Gage, member ,f the Kiwanis program committee and who has been active in local .and state iFaak Walton circles, made arrangements for the address. Willis G. C. Bagley, president of the Chamber of Commerce, ·will preside at the meeting. 3eriot's Spanish Airs, Nos. 2 and 3. Neury'g "Intermezzo Pizzicato" fol- owed next; then Saar's "Gon- doliera" and last the third number of Bachmanu's "Bolero" suite. Through the entire group of num- jers, there was an admirable precision of attack and blending and 'iie Lions paid high compliment to the musicians with their applause. Previous to the instrumental music there was singing by the club ed by Fred Shaffer at the piano and a request presentation by two Lions of their numbers sung in the Chamier of Commerce gridiron program Tuesday night. Announcement was made by Lion resident W. L. Nichols of an open house planned by the Ivlipto Loose- eaf company Fridaj', in celebration f its eightieth anniversary as an owa concern. W. G. C. Bagley, as resident of the Chamber of Commerce, called attention to the meet- Jig to be held Thursday noon at ·hich J. N. Darling, cartoonist, will e the speaker. String Trio Gives Delightful Program at Lions' Luncheon , - A program of delightful salon music, by a string trio, provided the Lions club with entertainment at its weekly meeting in the Hanford Wednesday noon. Mrs. Harlan McMillan and Mrs. Scott Smith played violins and Miss Ruth Stev ens was at the piano. · The program opened with DC CHILD'S SORETHROAT or cough. Act (luicily--don't let it develop into a more senous ailment. GtveThoxine-- it's safe and they like it. Nota gargle. Money, bads Buarantee M all drug stores--35c. THQKINE Rock Island A t b o n m « n d colorful mile* t h r o u g h t h « G»rfen of Allah t Snnnlnat route to ·unny California! Golden State LIMITED Ho cxfrafan Roicfc Wind- Southern Pacific ARIZONA«CAL1FORN!A "There it no fner tram" Through «errloe -- fastest to Phoenix -- direct, low altitude tray to San Diego, Los Angeles andSmta Barbara .All the n oted ·ou U] w estern resortfl on rou te -El PaflO (Carlsbad Carerim), · Tucaon, Chandler, Indlo, Palm . Springs, Agua Caliente. - RADICAL REDUCTIONS IV RAH. FAKES AND FDU.MA.N CIIAHOES For Farther Detail* If. W. Odle, City Frtliht Bad Puitn Aunt. Flume No. 378. 318 S, Ftdcrat Av Or *ddreaft C. C. Gardner, Gen'] Art. FA»I Drpt, "721 JxKUbt St., Ifs Molne.i, low ROCK ISLAND THE ROAD OF UNUSUAL SERVICE CHARGED IN LYNCHING John F. Zook, former police- roan, with two others was charged with first degree murder in St. Joseph, Mo., in connection with the recent lynching of a Negro there. (Associated Press Photo-. CUBAN MINISTER LAMBASTS U, S, ays America Intervened by Not Recognizing Grau Government. MONTEVIDEO, Dec. 13. JP)-Ingel Alberto Glraudy, minister of bor of Cuba, declared in a com- ittee of the Pan-American confer- nce today that the United States ad intervened in Cuba by not rec- gnizing the government of Presi- ent Ramon Grau San Martin. He flared up in the meeting with: "If Ambassador Welles' propagat- ng a revolution as charged by the ruguayan minister to Havana is ot intervention, if upholding a minority group against the wishes f. the people la not intervention, if a surrounding the island with war- nips is not intervention--then the United States never intervened in Cuba. He. charged the United States with intervening now by not allow- ng the proclamation of a free government in Cuba and by not recognizing the existing government which he termed capable and popu- ar. The Cuban delegate's statement was made in comment on a speech by Dr. Alfonso Lopez of Columbia who had moved successfully for the immediate consideration by the conference of a United States proposal for the reduction of tariff and trade barriers on the American continent. WALKATHON IS FEATURE OF ANNUAL SHOW (Continued From Feme 12) perintendent, Standard Oil company. R. B. Sturdivan, manager shoe department, Montgomery Ward and company. L. A. Baken, lawyer, 431 I. O. F. building. D. L.' Miller, assistant manager, Montgomery Ward and company. William Boyd, John F. Clark company, broker, L,. 'C. Plunkett, John F. Clark company, broker. D. L. Dillon, cash grocery, 1509 South Federal avenue. Earl C. George, manager, Stop and Shop Food market.. The Rev. Walter H. Kampen, pastor Central Lutheran church. R. I. Koppang, assistant manager, J. J. Newberry company. Jake Douglas, general agent, Union Mutual Life and Casualty company. Hobart A. Johnson, district salesman, Mid-Continent Petroleum corporation. After the newcomers had been introduced they were welcomed musically to the city by a trio'com- posed of Fred Shatter, Dr. R. F. Kunz and W. Earl Hall. WAI/TENB OUGH-MERRIOTT NEW; HAMPTON, Dec. 13.--Misa Clara Merriott and William Walten- bough both of Mason City were married here by C. A. Upham, justice of the peace, Monday. They will live on a farm. Sweet potatoes will keep longer in storage if they are harvested before the first frost. PENNEY S i THURSDAY FRIDAY^ SATURDAY Men's Ties 49' The kind men n u y t h e nisei ves. Plain colors, prints a n d paisley patterns. Men's Br'dcloth Shirts != Fast colors in plain or fancy colors. 'HIP i\v Hll Majestic Suspenders 49' A useful gift, Individ u a 11 y boxed. Men's Shirt and Short Sets 69 Broa d c l o t h shorts w i t h elastic s i d e gores. Rayon o r c o t t o n shirt. V Boys' "True Blue" Shirts All fast colors in plain or fancy colors. Men's Fancy Socks 25' Beautiful new assortment in durable s i l k .and r a y o n hose. IL'"^ Men's AU Wool Robes · Robe? make n useful gift-our values will p l e a s e you both. Men's Suede Leather Blazers $£.98 A warm garment that will please him. Men's Scarfs 98' A rare gift value. In plain or fancy colors. Men's Capeskin Gloves 98' S l i p on or strap w r i s t styles. Warmly lined. [f You Have P A J A M A S on your Men's list.. * see these! Choice of three styles! $1-49 REMARKABLE values . . . grand gifts! Plain and fancy patterns. Contrasting trims. Mannish colors. Full cut, roomy sizes! Expertly tailored See WHAT PENNEY'S HAS for LITTLE GIRLS/ 1 Beautiful Dolls 98c to $2.98 Reed Chairs $2.39 Rayon Undies 1. 25c Toy Wood Dressers ..'. 89c Teddy Bears ,, 49c Cooking Sets 49c Children's Coats _ ,,.,,.. $2.95 Games _..._ 25c up Everyone realizes the importance of stretching your dollars at Christmas time. With this thought in mind our buyers have endeavored to give the public values beyond their expectations. Shop and Save at Penney's--you will find all your holiday gifts there. Amazingly low prices. r |P^ Jorall the ^fam ttyf 'A Thousand Thanks for these Felt Slippers --They're W arm as Toast!" She'll say 49c And mean every word ol it,--she'll weat ihem so much ! Lovely colors . cushion soleb. SUPPERS Soft, warm felt, Hd tipprd. Cushion sole! 6-11. A "buy"! for 49o COZY LOUNGB Slipper* 98C If III Givi Her Lots ·flay I Elk side leather I Warm felt tin- ing! Soft cushion sole! 3-8, "Brach's" Assorted Chocolates 3 Ib. box Full Fashioned Silk Hose 69' A gilt sure to delight the receiver. 79 A rare gift, sure to be appreciated. Women's Leather D'Orsay Slippers 79' S o f t padded soles and military heelss. Rayon Pajamas SJ.39 Contra s t i n g c o l o r s i n unique styles. Women's Robes $3-98 Wool or corduroy. Double breasted for smart appearance. ·;·.:. * ;· fl?..~ Rayon Jacquard Spreads $^.49 A super value in as s o r t e d colors. Beret and Starf Sets 98' Bias Cut Slips 39 Velvet, corduroy or knitted in all colors. Daintily tailored in assorted colors. Men's Black Kid Romeo - $1.98 Children's Felts, Padded Soles 39c Women's Felt Juliets, Leather Soles 98c Women's Black Kid Boudoirs $1.19 Men's Elk Everettes, Soft Soles ..._ $1.19 Everything a Gift Shottld Be! Undies 69* Pretty! Practical) DoU lustre chartkmize I The same superior quality Permey's has made its standard of excellence I The ones she'd choose 1 , . . Bloomers, panties, vests. Combinations 98c Toilet Sets $;|.98 Mirror, brush and comb in matched sets. Assorted colors. Fitted Cases $g.75 Gifts sure to please. They're nifty "gift-ies"! RAYON CREPE S L I P S She loves anything in lillt and laeel Especially these lovely slips . . . extremely practical as-well as decorative! In quality materials, lace trimmed I 1 ;H RISTM AS " for DAD Men's Scarfs - $1.49 Men's Dress Shirts, pre-shrunk $1.49 Men's Initial Linen Hanks., 2 for 49c Men's Belt and Buckle Sets ..:.... 98c Bill Folds, genuine Leather : _ 98c Men's Handkerchief and Tie Sets 98c Men's Silk Ties - 69c Men's Knitted Scarfs - 49c feSswhai your «·»·'·-·- ·'·· " · · · " · ·/ ' · · * ' · ' · · Boy .wants/ Pool Tables _ 98c to $5 Neckties .: _ _ 25c Tie and Handkerchief Set - :..: 49c Boys' Felt Slippers 49c Steel Wagons - - _ 98c Boys' Fancy Socks _ _ 15c Boys' Pajamas 98c Leatherette Sheep Coats .....$2.49 20-24 South Federal Avenue J.C.PENNEYG0. Mason City Iowa a Afatfon-

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