The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on August 8, 1935 · Page 12
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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 12

Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, August 8, 1935
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TWELVE MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, AUGUST 8 1935 Republicans to Hear Col. Frank Knox at Shenandoah Sept. 20 SHENANDOAH, Aug. 8.--Col. Frank Knox, publisher of the Chicago Daily News, will be the speaker at a republican meeting here the evening of Sept. 20, it was announced today by the Page county central committee. The meeting will be the third of a series held this year by republicans of the seventh congressional district of Iowa. However, it is expected to attract many republicans from other districts of the state, as well as from nearby sections of Kansas, Missouri and Nebraska, because of increasing interest in the possibility that Colonel Knox may be named in 1936 as the party's candidate for the presidency. Flower Show Opens in Plymouth Schoolhouse PLYMOUTH, Aug. 8.---The field and stream organization of Plymouth sponsored a flower show Thursday afternoon and evening at the schoolhouse. Prizes will be given for the best specimen of any variety of flowers. In the afternoon a musical program was given and a program with speaker was scheduled in the evening. Meet After 17 Years. BURCHINAL--Mr. and Mrs. William Scharz and sons, Roy and Bill of Minneapolis, were visitors at the Claus J. Carstens home here. Mrs. Schwarz was a former classmate of Mrs. Carstens when they were in training at the St. Andrews hospital, Minneapolis. The two had not seen each other for 17 years. to prevent B A T T E R Y Failure THE TUTTS By YOUNG CMRA, PAP AMP ttO/AS 'SECOND HONEYMOON" CAMPING- fRIP- Prow Auodntfcm, Inc. a-S CHARLES CITY NEWS Miss Parr Is Wed to Bruce at Service in Charles City Church CHARLES CITY, Aug. 8.--Miss ertrude Elizabeth Parr, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Parr, 100 Hu- in street, and Charles Warren I HAVE TO CALL BY LONi DISTANCE 7:OO P.M NIGHT RATES ARE AVAILABLE from 7 p. m. to 4:30 a. m. if you Happen, to be in a traffic jam any evening we don't recommend that yon desert your car and race to the nearest telephone... Lowest long distance rates (night rates) which now start at 7 p, m. last until 4:30 a.m. * * 'Reduced night rates apply on siation-fDotation'calls (these on which you ask to talk with anyone available at the telephone called) when the day rate is 40 cents or more. Bruce of Lowell, Mass., were married yesterday afternoon at o'clock in the Congregational church in the presence of 40 guests. Dr. E. W. Huelster used the double ring ceremony and the attendants I were Miss Charlotte Parr and Lieut. ' Wayland Parr, sister and brother of the bride. Mrs. Jennie Parr Georgette at the organ played tht "Bridal Chorus" from "Lohengrin" as the bridal party entered. The bride wore a shell pink lace dress with matching- hat and was given in marriage by her father. Her arm bouquet was of Briarcliff roses. The bridesmaid wore blue chiffon with white accessories and carried sweetheart roses. A reception was held in the fireside room where the tiered cake furnished the centerpiece at the refreshment table. Summer flowers were used in the decorations downstairs and on the altar and chancel of the church. Mrs. Charles Monroe and Miss Winifred Parr presided at the table. Due of town guests attending the wedding were Lieut.-and Mis. Wayland Parr, Fort Monroe, Va.; Mr. and Mrs. Frank Georgette, Glendale, Cal.; Miss Dorothy Washbum, Blairstown; Maurice Jensen, Castana; Mrs. Merle Parr, Waterloo; Miss Rena Parr and Mrs. Edith Ball, Pocatello, Idaho. Mrs. Bruce is an alumnus of the Charles City high school and Cornell college where she was awarded numerous honors. She earned her 11. A. degree at Columbia university and is now " irl Reserve secretary at the Lowell, Mass. Y. W. C. A. Mr. Bruce is the son of Mrs. Evelyn Bruce, New York City. He and his bride will live in Lowell, Mass., where he is engineer at the Y. W. C. A. building. Youth to Face Charge of Robbery in Illinois CHARLES CITY, Aug. 8.--The sheriff from .Rock Island, 111., canxe yesterday after Dick O'Neil who was wanted on a robbery charge by the Illinois authorities. The chief of police arrested O'Neil and placed him in jail. O'Neil was at one time a transient in the vocational school here. Another transient in the school who it is charged, escaped with several articles of wearing apparel belonging to Weston E. Jones, was arrested in Rockford, 1111. He registered here under the name of Ora McDaniel of Rockford and also used the name of Jack Cody at another place. He was also charged with rifling the cash drawer in the Y. M. C. A. of $33. Judge T. A. Beardmore signed a court order for the purpose of bringing McDaniel from Rockford to the Floyd county court to face the charges. Charles City Briefs CHARLES CITY, Aug. 8.--Miss Edith Korinke, instructor in tin; San Diego, Cal., schools, talked to :he Wa-Tan-Ye club members on. the San Diego exposition. She was introduced by Daisy Riddle, program chairman. Miss Korinke is spending the summer with her sisters, Mary and Emma Korinke. Mrs. Horace Olds entertained at a bridge breakfast yesterday morning. Mrs. Walter Kearney of Chicago was an out of town guest. The Rev. G. W. McCracken who has been supplying for two months in the Colwell Congregational jhurch will deliver his final sermon Sunday. He will leave for the west coast to continue his studies in the Pacific School of Religion at Berke- Mrs. E. H. Barker has returned .0 her home in Chicago after visit- ng two weeks at the home of her sister, Mrs. Isaac Frederickson. Miss Susan Evans and Miss Mary 3aw of Des Moines were guests of Miss Betty Bloom this week. Enough is riches. To spend money or more, merely because there js money to spend, is witless waste.-- )avenport Tiroes. Visitors From Omaha. ROCKFORD--Mr, and Mrs. R. W. Stewart and son, Clark, and Jack Dunkelberg, Omaha, are visiting in the Dunkelberg homes here. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Cook, Wichita, Kans., are guests of the former's mother, Mrs. Aurelia Jeffry. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Leigh, Chicago, and Dolores Bruyn, Portland, Ore., returned to their home in Chicago Tuesday fol- lowing a visit in the L. V. Leigh home. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Dawson and family, Washington, D. C., are guests in the George Dawson home. Mr. Dawson was formerly postmaster here. Visitors From Omaha. GREENE--Mr. and Mrs. Alfrert Hartley and daughters, Katherine and Frances of Omaha, Nebr., are guests in the Carl Taylor home. All summer merchandise must go--and our low prices will see that it does. Nothing has escaped the price reducing pencil! Women's fashions, men's wear, children's needs . . . . even summer housewares have fallen. It's a bitter blow to our profits, but the best news of summer to you! Compare the price tags with usual figures and put the savings down in the profits of summer, 1935! Ginghams, Yard 39c Plaids in grey, brown, red, blue or black and white. 36 inch. Buy now for school dresses! Thrifty Women ATTENTION! Hove You Ordered Your KENWOOD BLANKETS at the special Advance Sale price? For years Kenwood "Standard" was the only blanket Kenwood made. It's the one upon which the Kenwood reputation was made. We sold it for $14.95 in 1929. This year, through cooperation with their dealers, Kenwood is able to offer this famous quality at an amazingly low price for advance sale customers. Pay SI down, select the color you want, pay in small installments. We will deliver your blanket to you in the Fall when you want it. · Full 72x84 inch size. Long napped, 100% wool. The white mix type for which Kenwood is noted. Bound with four inch satin ribbon. " A gorgeous range of colors: Peach Blue Green Orchid Yellow Rose Beige White Sapphire Blue Any other Blanket may be purchased on our Lay-away Plan. MERKEL'S FIRST FLOOR it's Coo! In Merkel's Economy Basement Clearance of SUMMER SILK DRESSES $L88 and $2.88 Lovely dresses to wear now and later! Shirt waist styles, cape collars and some jacket styles! Pastel shades and darker colors! Sizes 14 to 50. Bolco plaid rag rugs in black and gold, black and rose, black and blue or black and green. Size 24x48. Printed Acetates, Yard 79c Belding's sheer crepes in summer prints including navy, white and pastel shades. Also string laces and eyelets included'in this group. Washable Crepes, 2 Yards $1 Printed and plain rayon crepes, gay pajama prints and string laces. A group of splendid values! Sheer Cottons, Yard 17c Voiles, batistes, and dimities in floral patterns and plaids. A good selection to choose from. Grenadines, Yard 25c Solid colors with tufted dots, rainbow plaids and figured designs. Summer Purses, 49c Washable Fabrikoid and Rodaiac purses in white and pastel shades. Neatly lined and fitted with coin purses and mirrors. Neckwear, 79c Frilly organdie neckwear with round or V necklines. In white and pastel shades. Freshen up your summer dresses with new neckwear! Linen Towels, Each 20c Made of Steven's linen with green, red, gold or blue borders. Size 18x34. Wash Cloths, Dozen 49c Knitted cloths in assorted colors. Card Table Covers, 89c Of figured silk pongee with rubberized backs Just Unpacked a New Shipment of VACATION LUGGAGE Special at Overnight cases and ladies' hat boxes covered with linen-line fabric which is waterproofed. Rounded corner, lined with cotton shirting, pockets in the lids, sizes 15 ij and 16 y. inches. , 79c Windsor Crepe, 30 inch, yard 19c Broadcloth in white and plain colors, y a r d . . . 15c Steven's Linen Toweling, 18 inch, yard 19e Men's Anklets with elastic tops, pair.... I9c Nainsook Pajamas, sizes 15, 16 and 17.. 98e Lorraine Rayon Gowns 89c introducing a New Line of GARMENTS 9Sc to $2.98 We've a surprise for you! This new line of foundation garments includes side- hook girdles at 98c and ?1.98, one-piece garments with two-way stretch backs at SI. 98, back-lace corsets at 98c and 51.98, two-way stretch pantie style girdles at 98c and two-way stretch girdles with supporters at 98c and 51.98. And they fit! MERKEL'S ECONOMY BASEMENT

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