Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on December 14, 1933 · Page 10
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 10

Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, December 14, 1933
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TEN 35 More Seek Loans. NEW HAMPTON, Dec. 14.-Thirty-five more Chickasaw county farmers have made applications fOL corn loans. The total amount nsked is $16,363.80. FUEL PUMP and CARBURETOR SERVICE Central Battery and Electric Company MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE 'Red Ash $·* -t .00 Lump, Ion. . . . . 11 Red Ash StA.50 Egg, ton. 1U Red Parrot, $-3 fl.50 ton JLU Black Slft-50 Diamond, ton.. Ill Silver Ash, $1/V50 ton IV . Glendora SQ.OO Lump, ton " Kentucky $n.50 Jack, ton O West Kentucky $Q.OO Lump, ton O Economy $»7.50 Chunks, ton / Diamond S'y.OO Lump, ton / Kentucky S^.OO Nuf, ton. . ; : / W.G. Block Co. PHONE 563 MANLEYSWILL T BUSINESS Department S t o r e to Be Closed Out in Present Sales Campaign. That the Manley Brothers department store, 23-27 East State street, is closing: out its stock with the definite purpose in view of quitting business was Rtated by B. B. Manley, president of Ihe concern, Thursday. The store has been operated for 19 years by the Manley brothers, who came to Mason City from Sloan. Associated with B. E. Manley in the business are three other brothers, Willinm Manley, James B. Manley and Joseph P. Manley. The building occupied by the store is owned by the Manley brothers and will be leased when the present 1 business is closed out. DECEMBER 14 1933 ^_TM -~ T ·., -i, w -^»^=^-^-r-ur^-w-v-^.rTr'A=^^vrr,-a^a^ Clear Lake GIobe^Gazette HELEN HENDRICKS News Editor ra Residence Phone 310-W No. 239 OFFICE PHONE LEE DEWIGGINS Circulation and Advertising Residence I'hone 67 CHRISTMAS SPECIAL PERMANENT (J-rt j-/v WAVE, complete $^.DU LILLIAN KKID'S BEAUTY SHOP "You'll LiUo Our Work" G I F T S FOR THE HOME Lamps, chairs, rugs, mirrors, tables, smoking cabinets, Telephone sets, boudoir chairs, bridge sets, hook cases. FURNITURE STORE 113 South Federal Ave. . t more giffs from your Xmos budget by shopping at , t, where you wilt find c store full of useful gifts at bargain prices. The patronage of over 5 million customers yearly in-350 stores,gives Kinney's a buying advantage lhat makes possible these bargain prices. WOMEN'S SLIPPERS Hore is tha most practical slipper ·fcr Vhs house. The si rap prevents fho foot from slipping out and the leather sole and rubber heel insures long wear. HOSIERY! Tho gift Vhatv* please hermosll Women's worm Slippers in vanetyofcotors. Men's Felt Slippers w i t h padded sotes. BUNNY SLIPPERS for children Women's blaclc crope slippors. VcrietyofStylet. Men's TOA Kid R o m e o w i t h leather sola HI-CUTS for Boys MEN'S HOSE V / o m o n ' s All- rubber Golfers. A gift of health! Give Him Slippers Tho enjoyment he will gel loungfng Ground in thoso s.'i'ppors will male you fcc[ proud for selecting such a useful gift. 1" South Federal Avf Mason City, Io\v;i BOY SCOUTS ARE GUESTS OF POST Demonstrations of Bandaging and Fire by Friction Given. CLEAR LAKE, Dec. 14.--Stafford post of the American Legion enter taincd a group of Boy Scouts fron troop 17, which the post sponsor at the regular dinner meeting at th clubrooms Wednesday evening. . turkey dinner was served to 40 b a committee including Forde Le Dr. A. E. Phillips, J. P. Hughe- C. A. Pease and Conrad Pederson. S. P. Hausen, scoutmaster, Berl ram Morss and Melville Hughes, Jr assistant scoutmasters, had charg of the program. Bob' Walker an Bob Ingersol gave a deraonstratio of temporary bandages and Davi Bamer showed how to make a fir by friction. John Siesseger playe several selections on his harmonic and accordion. Eagle Scout Mt Hughes concluded the program wit a talk on scouting. The next regular meeting of th post is planned for 8 o'clock, Dec a lark Branson Named Masonic Lodge Master CLEAR LAKE, Dec. -14.--Clark C. Branson was named master of the Verity lodge at the regular meet ing Wednesday night at the JJa sonic temple. Kenneth Winnie is the retiring master. Other officers elected were P. W. Triplett, senior warden; A. W. Matthies, junior warden; J. A. Smith, treasurer; and Alick Thompson, secretary. You'll \vatit to take advantage of this HOLIDAY SPECIAL Now and Till Christmas PERMANENT WAVE Koeneman. Millinery and Beauty Shop CLEAR LAKE So Crippled With Rheumatism Could Hardly Get Around Well Known Local Farmer Had Been Miserable Past Four Years; Two Boxes of Gly- Cas Nearly Like a Miracle in Helping Him. Amazing things have been accomplished by this new herbal remedy, Gly-Cas, and its action on the system is entirely different from any other medicine ever introduced here before. Throughout Mason City and vicinity there are actually Mrs.DeMott Is Head of Ladies' Aid Christmas Plays Are Given by Lincoln School Children. CLEAR LAKE. Dec. 14.--Mrs. F. E. DeMott was elected president of the Congregational Ladies Aid society Wednesday afternoon at the last meeting of the year. Mrs. E. L. Wurtzer, the retiring president, was named first vice president; Mrs. Ira Jones, second vice president; Mrs. George E. Frost, s-scretary; and Mrs. M. P. Hughes, treasurer. A large group attended the Christmas program which was presented. All of the children of the first grade at Lincoln building presented a play. "The Old and New Christmas Stories," under the direction of Miss Geuevieve Milburn. The group from the second grade of the same school presented the play, "Cinderella's Christmas Tree." Two second grade boys, Wallace Edgar and Jessie Thompson, gave a Santa Glaus duet. Miss Edith Okerberg directed these presentations. Laurence Cain sang a. group of selections. The program was concluded wit a play, "Christmas Memories," which was presented by Mrs. L. C. Rinard, Mrs. M. P. Hughes and Mrs. L. E. Ashland The church was decorated -with :hristmas candles and greenery. The supper was served my Mrs, George Knutson's and Mrs. J. M Jacobseu's committee. Christmas Story Read at National Honor Unit CLEAR LAKE, Dec. 14.--Semper ildelis chapter of the National lor.or society held a dinner at the ome economics rooms of the high chool Wednesday evening. The hristmas theme was carried out in he table decorations which includ- d red candles, a lighted Christmas ree and green and red streamers. liss Ruth Skrable, Lillian Alter ind Emma Larson were on the ervingp committee. Following the business session larguerite Johnson read the Chriat- -1 story, "Why the Chimes Rang." CLEAR LAKE BRIEFS i. taf" MR. R. Z. NICHOLAS many hundreds who are now enjoying- the best health they have had in years, well aware of the fact that they had tried many iriedicines and treatments before without results and that "Gly-Cas" deserved full credit for their present good condition. Read what Mr. R Z. Nicholas, Nora Springs, Iowa, well known farmer living eight miles east of this city, saya of Gly-Caa' remarkable action in helping him: "What is claimed for Gly-Cas it will do that very thing," he said, "for it is the first and only medicine I have ever found to give the results it was supposed to. Four years ago I began to suffer with rheumatism, settled in my knees and was hardly · able to get arojnd. Pain was awful and I suffered intensely. Regardless of what I "tried I got no better until 1 began Gly-Cag and it was unfailing in my stubborn case. Why just now I have completed my second box of Gly- Cas and am free of my troubles and feeling fine. Gly-Cas has given me such good results I am anxious for all similar sufferers to know about ft for it does its work and does it well. Any friends or neighbors wishing to know more about it can reach me on phone 1532." Again--Gly-Cas accomplished the amazing after all else tried had flatly failed to have any effect. Gly-Cas is sold by Michael Drug Co., '5 South :ily, Iowa. Federal Ave.. Mason Dance, Clear Lake Country club. at., Sun., Dec. 16, 17. Each 40c. The A. B. Knutson fnmily who ave lived south of Clear Lake, moved Thursday to the F. W. Sharp arm on the south shore, which they ecently purchased. Harry Ely has returned to his ome here on Division street after pending some time in Minneapolis. Mr. and Mrs. \VUliam Scherf ave returned from Bloomfield vhere they visited several weeks at he home of their daughter and son- n-law. Dr. and Mrs. Don Uuderkof- er. Mrs. Eleanor Coffeen has return- d tc her home nt Milwaukee, Wls., fter spending the past few weeks vith her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Williams, East Main street. Mr. nnd Mrs. C. F. Crano have eturned from a two day business rip to Waterloo. Paul Campbell has arrived from Seattle, Wash., to spend the holiday eason with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Campbell. Dick Hunt, nephew ot Mrs. F. C. DeBruyn, underwent an emergency operation for appendicitis at the Park hospital, Mason City, Wednesday night. He was reported to be resting easily Thursday morning. Members of the H. S. T. club will entertain guests at a Christmas party Saturday night at the home of Miss Mary Ann Hughes, North Fourth street. Mrs. Peter Anderson has Issued invitations to a 1 o'clock luncheon at her home, North Fifth street for Friday afternoon. Mr. and Mr». w. W. Choate entertained members of the K. K. club Wednesday night at their home on North Third street. Five prizes were presented. The group had dinner together at the Congregational Ladies Aid supper at 6 o'clock. Clear Lake Calendar Friday--Thimble Bee club Christmas party at C. Schmoll farm homo. Clear Lake Lions vs. Garner doubleheader basketball game 7:15 at Community building Christian Workers at Mrs. R. D Crispin home, 512 North East street. Play, "A Poor Married Man," at Lincoln No. 5 schoolhouse. Linger Longer club meets with Mrs. R. Moore, North Second street. Rebekah social circle, supper anj children's Christmas party at O. O. F. hall. Saturday--o. D. O. Christmas party at city hall. W. R. C. meets at I. O. O F. hall, 8. Dance at Clear Lake Country club. A model of Boulder dam weighing -wo tons has been exhibited by Las Vegas civic authorities at state and county fairs. Prizes Are Given for Wa-Tan-Ye Card Benefit CLEAR LAKE. Dec. 14. The Misses Oreta Minette and Genevieve Hansen entertained at a benefit bridge party for the Wa-Tan-Ye club at the Hansen home Wednesday evening. Mrs. Roger Nelson received the prize for high score, Mrs .harles Kelley, the second, and Miss Jeraldine Stenby the travelling prize. Irene Fossey, Mason City w-as the only out-of-town guest. ' Thimble Bee Club to Hold Cbristmas Fete CLEAR LAKE, Dec. 14.--Members of the Thimble Bee club will entertain their husbands at a Christmas party at 8 o'clock at the Mrs. -- Schmoll home north of Cleai Lake Friday night. An exchange of gifts will be held followed by a program. A lunch will be served by :he committee, Mrs. Henry Luker Mrs. George Lunn, Mary Considine and C. R. Hill. gue.sts included Kathleen AlcCor- mick, Carol Bell, Bob Stenby and Lee Luick. Christmas decorations were carried out and Mrs. Leath served a two course lunch at the close of the evening. Services Are Planned. CLEAR LAKE, Dec. 14. Fuuera services for Paul Findson will be held at the Williams Funeral norm Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Bur ial will be made in the Clear Lake cemetery. Club Dance Is Held. CLEAR LAKE, Dec. 14. _ Members and guests of Rebokah lodgi and I. O. O. F. lodges held the firs of the series of club dances at the hall Wednesday night. Card's or chestra furnished the music. Claron Leath Honored at Birthday Surprise CLEAR LAKE, Dec. 14.--A courtesy was held for Claron Leath Wednesday night on the occasion of lis birthday: His wife entertained a group of friends at their home on Sast Main street, carrying it out as a surprise. Kenneth Callanan and Miss Car- Iyn Bigg received the prizes for high scores in court whist. Other PARK THEATER Thursday, Friday, Saturday "FOOTLIGHT PARADE" Bigger and Better Than "Gold Diggers" Matinee Saturday, Iflc, 25c Evening 15c, 35c Announce Plans for Motorizing Army on Public Works Fund WASHINGTON, Dec. 14. .P)_ Plans for motorization of the army with the 510,000.000 allotted from public works funds were made public today by the war department ant show that 7,776 vehicles will be purchased for the army and the national guard. KEEP YOUR SKIN YOUNG · * Tedious treatments unnecessary if the soap used for daily cleansing is Clear Lake Country Club Saturday and Sunday December 16, 17 Music by Harvey King and His Band of Bands--featuring- Director King playing- two trumpets. 10 musicians and entertainers. 40c PER. 1'EKSON FRE - I N V E N T O R Y SALE of TI Slightly Blemished You may never be able to buy Tires again at such LOW prices as these. We are sacrificing in order to clear out our stocks before January 1st. This Sale means wonderful values for you. Don't miss it! 4.50-20 Pathfinder . Path finder . ·1.75-21 . $5.54 rath- finder Man 6- 1'ly mm^m Sale price 5,00-21 $5.93 fl.50-18 J8.76 fi.oo-io $8.95 1.15-19 Pathfinder .. $5.19 S.OO-20 Pathfinder . TiLth- finde ;...$6.28 For only 6.00-1B Sale Price 6.00-21. $10.11 For only 5.23-21 .... $6.86 6- I'ly (i.00-18 $9.42 Going at ... 33x4 ....$5.95 A1I- Weatl 4.40-21 h e r . . $5.40 4.50-21 Ail- Weather. . $5.93 Kell- ance 4.75-10 $4.22 5.00-19 All- Weather. $6.75 4.50-20 Heli- nnco .. $3.89 Speed- 4.75-19 All- Wenthe ,, $6.30 All- Weather. 5.00-20 $6.98 S.OO-20 Heavy Duty Truck and Bus, All- Weather Pathfinder Blemished Tubes 89c SPECIAL: Close-out of Radios SlO-05 and ·I*) up NOTICE! Wn vulcanize rubbers, overshoes, jfnlosli- cs and boots. Perfection Hot Water Hcntcrs .? f n.od JOE DANIE.L; MASTER SERVICE STATION Don't Cuss COO Pone Us . . . UOO Corner First Street S. \V. and Washington Avenue Don't Cuss Fone Us . . GOODYEAR WAREHOUSE . 1486 Corner 2nd St. N. ?:. and Del. Ave.--S. of IVeiv I'osrofflce Paternity Case of H. Tims Continued The hearing on the paternity case of Harry Tims, 21, residing at 1030 First street northeast, was continued until Jan: 20 by M. C. Cough- Ion, justice of the peace, Thursday morning. Mr. Tims was released on a 5^00 appearance bond shortly after his arrest Wednesday afternoon. Sells Interests in Business. ST. ANSGAR, Dec. 14.--Halvor Dahl, in furniture business here 40 years, sold his interest in the Dahl and Shroeder business to M. A. Houg. Houg has been associated with O. H. Koch in the banking Good Mews fcr Kidney Sufferers! Here 19 reJief that so*s right into Mia irritated kidney und l!adder or^nns an quickly, you eJm actually SEE results within afcvr hours. Flushes out poiaona. neutrality hurninR acids, brinng prompt soothing comfort. N T o more- acitj»s back, weak bladder, sore painful joints frorii Iftcl; of ladnoy activity. Ask druggist for Folcy Pills-take DO other. Monty back guarantee. C1D33 business the past 13 years and a year ago was employed by the First National bank, Don't Trifle With Coughs Don't let them get a strangle hole!. Fight germs quickly. Creo- mulsion combines the 7 best Helps known to modern science. Powerful but harmless. Pleasant to take. No narcotics. Your own druggist is authorized to refund your money on the spot if your cough or cold is not relieved by CreomuU'ion. (adv.) CASH ONLY Franklin County Coal Large Lump 'Xon Guaranteed None Batter in Illinois--Stove Size $7.25 Wolf Bros. Fliono 11-18 Our Price On GAS RANGES During Our Special Sale is .95 and Your Old Stove This Was Incorrectly Slated in Wednesday's Ad CURRIE-VAN NESS CO, Get Out the GIFT LISTS thought out lists are made of Robes That Will Surely Please Soft tones of solid shades, in n. variety of colors. Notch lapels, double breasted styles. $6.95 to $12.50 Choice Quality Pajamas Smartly styled in n variety of colors, fine broadcloth and a variety of other fabrics. $1.95 to $4.95 Colorful Gifty Shirts Whether it's white or colors, we have a great assortment that will make picking his shirt a simple matter. $1.00 to $2.50 Gift Ties Solid shades, all over neat pattern effects, or stripes. Every Uo hand-made to hold nhape. $1.00 to $2.00 Gift Hose Silk, silk and wool Or lisle hose, in plain and fancy styles. 25c -- 50c Gift Gloves Pigskin, mocha, cape in black, grey, tan, in sizes to fit the long or short finger hand. $1.50 to $5.00 Monogrammed Handkerchiefs Plain white linen or fancy borders in several different shades. Packed 3 in a box. 50c and $1.00 Quality Gift Scarfs In either silk or wool. You will find our assortment pleasing and easy to choose from. $1.00 to $3,50 Monogrammed Belts Sturdy, well tanned cowhide strap with initialed buckle, packed In individual gift box. $1.00 and $1.50 Gift Slippers Kid or patent leather operas, with soft or hard soles, with heela. $2.45 ALL GIFTS ARE WRAPPED IN INDIVIDUAL GIFT BOXES E R,'S 13 SOUTH FEDERAL AVE,

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