Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on August 25, 1952 · Page 4
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Mason City, Iowa
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Monday, August 25, 1952
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4 Aug. 25, 1952 Miion CUT r.l»br-0»ielte, M»nn Cllr, I». 322 G I V E BLOOD CHARLES CITY--A tola! of 322 persons donated a pint of blooil lo the Red Cross through its blood mo- Don't Neglect Slipping FALSE TEETH Do fnlca tcelh drop, slip of wobble when you talk, cat, lausli or incc/e? Don't bo annoyed and i-mba/rasued by iucn handicaps, FASTKKTH, nit » l k » l l n « (rion-acIJi powder to sprinkle an your platei, keeps f»)Jc teeth more (Irmly net. Give* confident fecllnit of ifcurlly nncl added comfort. No Kummy, jtoocy, pmly Ut« or feeling- Get VASTEETH today nt *ny rtruK ilore. bile unit In two days, according to Wcston 13. .IOIICB, county Red Cross chairman. The |uola of type 0 or whole blood, which is flown directly (o Korea, was reached each day, the Red Cross reported. Charles City Briefs Miss Eslclla Sehuknecht and sister, Mrs. Irene Hopkins, 415 South Jackson Street, left Thursday for Long Beach, Calif., to make their future home. Miss Schukncchl will leach in the San Clernente public school near Long Beach. Miss Nancy llellyer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. JJclmcr Hellyer of Hampton, fs visiting this week at the home of Mr, and Mrs, Ted Stangohr, 501 Fifth Avenue. Births ul Ihc Cedar Valley Hospital here included a son lo Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Madscn of Charles City, and daughters to Mr. and Mrs. Lee Kricdriek of Greene, and Mr. and Mrs. Jlobcrl C. Dcmro of Nashua, Aug. 20. The Rev. and Mrs. Lorcn Hue- low and twin daughters of Willosv Run Village, Mich., arc visiting Mrs. Hue-low's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harm Kupker, 107 Blunt Street. Mr. and Mrs, R. K. fthinusmith and family of Maywood, 111., are PENNEY'S A L W A Y S F I R S T Q U A L I T Y * STRETCH your dollars farther at Penney's BACK-TO LITTLE GIRLS' TRIPLE STRAPS 4.98 Adorable . . . and so different for the fashion conscious youngster. S m a r t pinked vamp, and Th-r-e-c strops! In tur£ Ian of red. J2'/-i-3 15, C Sanitized t Sizes 8V3 to 12 4.49 BOYS' or GIRLS' SADDLE SHOES 4.98 They nil love the saddle! It's the shoe for school 1 White rubber soles with whilc-and- brown uppers. Ever popular style for bnck-to-school! Sanitized I 12W-3C. Siit* BVj to 12 4.49 Meet the two-tone buckle casiil CONTRASTING LEATHERS: black with smok* blut with r»d SMOOTH LEATHER gr«sn with ruisit rid with srnokt MATCHING SHOULDER-STRAP HANDBAG . . 1.98 plus tax SHOE VALUES FOR BOYS, YOUNG MEN! BOYS' SCUFFLESS TIP OXFORDS 4.98 Let him kick and scuff lo his heart's delight -- these shoes can lake it ... and never show il! Sturdy brown leather uppers, rubber heels . . . long-wearing soles. I2'.y lo 3. S a n i l i z e d ( R ) for cleaner, better wear. Sizes 8'/i to 1? .4.49 MOCCASIN TOE OXFORDS 5.90 Up-to-the minute looks in a well-styled o x f o r d with knurled moccasin effect. Fine leather uppers with long- wcarjng composition soles. \V c 1 t construction. Sani- for cleaner, better wear. Brown. 3-6. HUSKY STRAIGHT TIP OXFORDS 7.50 Campus favorite -- built for plenty of wear! Fine leather uppers with long wearing composition soles. Goodycar welt. Steel shank for 'extra support. S n n i t i z e d ( R ) f o r cleaner, better wear. Brown. 7-11. Don't grow ATHLETE'S FOOT in your shoes! Pcnncy's shoes arc scien. lificnlly treated to resist the, growth of harmful bacteria and athlete's foot f u n g i , retard embarrassing foot odors. Be sure of yotir shoes! Buy thorn al Penney's. be sure your shoes are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Fred Powell, 1400 Clark Street, and Mr. and Mrs. Myron Sylvester, and other relatives in Charles City. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Crahan have moved to Nashua from 300 Seventh Avenue. Births as reported by the Cedar Valley Hospital here Aug. 22 included daughters to Mr. and Airs. Lee Z i m m e r m a n of Floyd; Mr. and Mrs. Orie Fulk of Nashua, and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Knutson of Charles City. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Greene arrived here from Alloona, to visit the former's parcnls, Mr. and Mrs. Leigh Greene. Mr. Greene has accepted a position as coach and physical instructor at Carlisle, III., this year, f i e was coach at Altoona the pasl year. Members of Ihc Women's Relief Corps are requested lo bring Ihcir own table service to Ihe picnic dinner to be served at 1:30 p. m. Monday at the home of Mrs. Susie Irish, 505 South Iowa Street. Members also arc asked lo bring jam or jelly for the WftC home al Marshalltown and material for hospital bed pads. Over 1,000 Ask for Insurance as Unemployed C H A R L E S CITY--A tola! of 1,012 persons filed initial claims for inemployment insurance d u r i n g .July at the local Iowa Stale Employment Office, according lo Di- reclor Martin J. Harden. Of t h a t total the office handled 971 initial claims in a four-day period during the last week of the month. A total of 2,056 persons visited Ihc office on business during .Inly. The office received 05 new applications for work. Active work applications on file totaled 89, of which 27 were female, at Ihe end of Ju!y. The office referred 88 non-agricultural applicants lo jobs and placed 81 of them. The office referred 75 persons for agricultural work and placed 72 of them on jobs. Continued claims for u n e m p l o y m e n t insurance at the end of July lotaled 151. r Floyd Schools to Open Sept. 1 FLOYD--School slarts here Sept. I with registration from 9 to 11:30 a. m. The faculty is as follows: Superintendent, H. C. Anderson; principal, Gordon Harn; v o c a l music, John Miller; instrumental music, D. R. Whilcomb; commercial and safety education, Dewey Bricsch; athletics, Gerald Lawson; home ec and English, Edna Brown; Junior High principal, Scott Tyrrell. Sixth grade, Mary Ann Kauffm a n ; fifth, Jean Lent; fourth, Winifred Costello; third, DarleneKlar; second, Mary F. SchuUheis; first, M a r y J. Ford; kindergarten, Lucille Wenzlcr. Announce Winners in Butter Scoring OSAGE -- Paul Mayer, Osage, placed first with a score of 94 in the butler scoring contest at the Milchell County F a i r . Hubert Hagen, St. Ansgar, came in second with 93.7f; third was C. Cunningham of Osagc with 93.5 and next places wore won by L. J. Ethen ' a n d . Andy Ethcn, both of Stncyvillc with scores of 93.25 and 93. Winners were from Floyd and Mitchell Counties and were members of the Mitchell and Floyd County Dairy I m p r o v e m e n t Association. T R E A T E D F O R P O L I O HAMPTON--Elwood Lee, about 35, was taken to a hospital in DCS Moincs for treatment of polio. He is married, the father of two children and is employed by Hinton Transfer. -0 formerly MID-CONTINENT A I R L I N E S now ··*" its ! I N T E R N A T I O N A L A I R W A Y S for reservations anywhere inside U.S.A. or Latin America till I call your travel agent or phone Ihe Braniff office Phone 654 102 South Federal Phone 860 BACK TO SCHOOL EVENT STORE HOURS 9 A.M. TO 5 P.M. FRIDAY 9 A.M. TO 9 P.M. 2.98 NYLONS FOR GIRLS 7 to 14 Cardigan O . V O Pullover Z..7\J [A] Fine assortment of colors in softly knit Sweaters. Nylon--dries quickly. Rib-knit neck, waistband. (B) Matching pullovers for the cardigans have short sleeves and snug-Rffing rib-knit necks and bottoms. SKIPS FOR BASKETBALL Black duck «J . V O Sizes 61^ fo 12 Sturdily built for a!) kinds of fast, rugged action; Fine duck uppers, with rubber arch cushions and thick, suction-grip rubber soles. Toe guard and reinforced bumper strip for protection and extra wear. DOUBLE ROLL CREW SOCKS 39 Medium-weight cotton; Long r i b c u f f , w e a r straight up or rolled. Nylon-reinforced heel, foe. Knit-on top. 9-11; JR. BOYS' BLAZER SOCKS 25 C pr. Genuinely low-priced. W a s h f a s t mercerized cotton with reinforced heel and toe, knit-in elastic cuff. 6'/2 fo BVi: ,98 FAVORITE SCHOOL COTTONS S,zes 7-14 3 . V O Sizes 3-6X 2.98 (3 Important fashions in cottons. New plaids and solid colors.'Quilted skirts and other novelty trims. ® Bright, youthful and flattering Sanforized cotton plaids. Capelefs and unujud sfyl« BOYS' STURDY DENIM JEANS 1.59 Stout 8-oz. blue denim is Sanforized, shrinks lessthanl%.Wellmade for long, hard wear. All strain points are reinforced; all main seams firmly double- sewn with sturdy orange Ihread. Snug yoke back gives better fit, extra comfort. Zipper fly, five pockets. Sizes 6 to 16; WINTER-WEIGHT COTTON Girh'Veit 69 C Matching Brief, 49^ 0 Dutch-Neck Vest--over-lay of shoulder* for added protection, longer wear. Ribbed knit. White. 2-8. W 2-way Stretch Brief has double panel front ond back for extra protection and wear. Ribbed knit. 2-8;

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