The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on December 18, 1933 · Page 4
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December 18, 1933

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 4

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POUR MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE DECEMBER 18 TIMEL* FROM ICURRIE-VAN NESS GO. Stanley Tool Chests A welcome R i f t to any boy--Sets arc complete. Including chest. No less than 18 Ard Up Bissell Carpet Sweeper In Gift Box s^fiH Sweepers low aa $3.15 Community Plate J Silverware SO plrce set, service tnr 6, choice of patterns, conies In the new \vlng p ticket te, not ,tniy as shown. $28J5 Griswold Chromium Skillet No, 8 size--Washcii like china, shines itko silver, food doesn't stick. .50 Hanson Bath Scales Hanson's Way-Kite Scale- Accurate. A gift that's different. ,50 Westclox Electric Mantle Clock Of the Big Ben Family .95 Delta Scroll Saw You can use your own motor. .95 Motor extra. Hosts of Other Welcome Gifts for Your Inspection CURRIE-VAN NESS CO. GLOBE-GAZETTE'S DAILY CROSS WORD PUZZLE ACROSS 1--Chest or trunk for holding valuables 6--Dismal 11--An insect 12--Proportion U---A. uond 15--A disease Ot the bronchia! tubes (r'iural) 17--Composition not in poelic men sure 20--On no occasion 23--Impertinent talk (;otloc\.l 24--Measures of type 25--Traps 27--Melody 28--A tree 23--Kill 31--Sleeveless garment worn fcy Arabs 33--Sheep 30--Equine quadrupeds 38--Inactive 39--Most wanting 1 in uolor or luster 42--Exclamation indicating; disbelief 45--A beast of burden 46--Over ·3--Glutinous 49--Closely DOWN 1--Finds fault 2--At the surface and in contact 3--A measure of length (abbr.) 4--The language of the Scotch Highlanders 5--Rodent 6--Obscure T--A reddiah brown color S--Adjacent to 0---A Japanese measure of length 10--Measures of time 13--A pronoun 15--Adjudeed aa to quality 16--Section 18--Wading birila 19^-A bone 21--Sl.v 22--Penetrate 24--A period of time 25"-- Body' of water 28--Treats with brine 30--While 32--Comfort 34--A pronoun 35--Narrative 37---To draw In 3S-- Island 40--Place 41--Even 43--A noto of the origln.it diatonic scale 44--Musical nola ·IS--Eke 47--Spanish -word for "The" Solution will appear In Tuesday's Globe-Gazette 2 Salem Buildings Destroyed by Fire With $15,000 Loss SALEM, Dec, 18. (IP)--Two business buildings were destroyed by fire here today, causing a loss estimated at $15,000. The blaze started in the \V. T. Morrow general atore and destroyed it as well as an adjoining building. The Mount Pleasant fire department checked the flames and prevented serious damage to other buildings in the block. Cause of the fire is undetermined, but it is believed a stove door blew open. Officers of New Hampton Relief Corps Are Named NEW HAMPTON, Dec. 18.--The A, P. Morton post of the Women's relief corps elected: President, Mae Sohn; senior vice president, Gertrude Rehorst; junior vice president, Stella Wentz; treasurer, Kate Wan- dro; conductor, Emma Mclntee; guard, Mary Lindermfin; chaplain, Hazel Lazette; musician, Mary Carpenter; Nellie Hughes, delegate to state convention; Gertrude Rehorst, delegate to district convention. S a f e D r i v i n g H i n t Uy Ttiivii Motor VeWelft FATIGUE TpvRIVERS who boast of the long distances they drive between ··-* aun-up and sun-down may pay tribute to their cars but they also advertise their own bad judgment. "Asleep at the wh^el" is a much more common cause of accidents than most motorists realize. Par-seeing commercial concerns employing drivers for their trucks and buses have arbitrarily set limits to the distances their operators may drive. Shuold you do less? When you feel "dead tired" or drowsy, don't drive. If you are fagged out physically, call it a day: if you are just sleepy, stop the car and run up and down the road a few times. Wash your face with cold water, drink a cup of coffee, do something --anything--to snap out of your lethargy ami don't tempt fate. SIX KILLED WHEN TRAIN HITS AUTO Five of Accident Victims in Minnesota Members of One Family. BIG LAKE, Minn., Dec. 18. U'j-- Six persons, including five member; of one family, were killed when theii automobile was struck by an cast- bound Northern Pacific passenger train here Sunday night. The dead Charles Magney, 57, Mrs. Magney, 44, their three children, Ansel, 17J Melvin, 5, and Edith 14, and Mrs. Knute Weim, 50. AH lived in the vicinity of Elk River, near hero. They were returning home from Big Lake where they attended church services. The railroad crossing is in the Big Lake village limits. An automobile had crossed the tracks ahead' of the Magney automobile a few seconds before the crash and Magney, apparently thought the tracks were cler. T.^«^^^^i^ ^S)[ Farmer Given Chance to Go-Operate iri FREE DELIVERY Creston Merchant Declares Agriculturist Now in Better Condition. (EDITOR'S NOTE: Tin; following articles ly a businessman und a farmer are in a series on the administration's agricultural and business recovery program). The farmer's view: By ,1. 3. VETTINGER (Creston Farmer) CRESTON. (/P)--In the administration's present agricultural program, the farmer has hia lost chance to co-operate in bringing about relief from the depression both for himaelC and for others in different fields. I believe that there will be a gen eral co-operation of farmers in the corn-hog; program now swinging into actual being. My own personal contacts lead me to believe that the majority of corn and hog producers will aid in furthering the program. Keenly Watches Developments The corn loan ^program la an attempt to bring ready cash to the farmer, cash that he needs to pay up his present bills and enable him to purchase things he has needed for a long time. If the corn-hog program is generally subscribed to and production ia actually reduced during the next year, conditions should generally "become better for the farmer in com and hog-prices. I am taking a keen interest In tue developments of the corn-hog program among the farmers themselves and I am Impressed by the number of producers who are coming daily to the Union county Farm Bureau office seeking information concern- Ing the program. Deserves Commendation. The work of the various persons in charge locally of furthering the program and bringing it to the farmers' own doors has been something to deserve commendation and praise. Since most farmers are in tho same financial condition, money derived from the program will probably be spent in erasing old bills and purchasing things needed by the farmers and their families. This should aid business generally. The businessman's view: By HOBART THOMAS (Creston Hardware company, Oreston, Iowa, und member ot the hoard of directors of the National Itcti\ll Hardware Dealers' Association) CRTSSTON. (/P--The average farmer in this section is in slightly better financial condition than he was a year ago and Indications arc that the improvement will continue. The corn loan plan is helping the grain farmer although temporarily at least it is increasing the loss sustained by the feeder who must buy. Some way must be found to bring livestock prices to parity with grain prices. Host farmers look for some improvement in livestock prices in the next 30 to 60 (lays. The corn- hog program should help materially and it will receive the support of the majority of farmers although there is some demand for a modification of some provisions. Business Gain Continues. Butter and egg prices continue low reflecting directly in the amount of money available for purchases in retail stores. But the improvement in business which started in May and June continues although the monthly gain is variable. Prices In business are firm and the general opinion is that for the present the people are talcing it for granted that-we arc on the way out althougl admitting it will be a fairly slow process. CWA money should help business during the winter months Business has fairly well adjusted itself to the NRA and ia preparing for an intensive sales campaign next spring. However, many busi nessmen need refinancing and it seems likely that the govevnmen must help with capita! loons if re covery is to be speeded. 35 ;«, 1 ££ This .compact Pbllco super- heterodyne has full, rich tone and surprising performance. Gets police culls, and other short-wave features as well as regular programs. Handsome cabinet of select woods. Price ?22.50. Santa's Hints Electric Trains Hoover Cleaners Electric Clocks Electric Food Mixers Electric Irons Lamp Shades Heating Pads I N D I R E C T LAMPS Wonderful Selection m PHILCO 18X Thfi 1B-X (above) is a power rut balanced unit superheterodyne in a rartlcularly attractive cabinet ot new modern design. In addition to Ihc Patented Inclined. Sounding Board, it has the new and exclusive PIIILCO super "Class A" And In Syatflm, Bass Compensation, Shadow Tuning, Automatic Volume control, New Auditorium Speaker, and other famous PHILCO features. TF YOU'RE in doubt as to what to givfe 1.. . . visit this store for timely SW-" if. Dlis. . Everyone wants practical go..:, smd we.have them--gifts that will pie." 2 because of their beauty, as well as tiieir utility. A vast array of gas and electric appliances of every description! Come in! Specia Christmas I 35 Terms! f Brother of Swedish Financier, Kreuger, Convicted of Fraud STOCKHOLM, Sweden, Dec. 18. OF)--Torsion Kreuger, brother of the late Ivar Kreuger, self slain Swedish financier, was found guilty of fraud by the supreme court today. He was sentenced to 12 months imprisonment at hard labor and ordered to pay 1,500,000 kroner (about $390,000) to the stockholders of one of hia concerns. Suffers Burns on Hand?), EMMETSBURG, Dec. 18. -- A blaze which partly burned a, light sedan driven by Robert Maquire, who received deep burns on both hands in hia attempts to put out the lire, was put out Saturday night by firemen. HOLIDAY BUS FARES RATES KEDUCED AS MUCH AS NO LIMIT ON HOUND TJIIP stay as long as you like Modern, heated buses assure warmth--comfort No extra charge for small trunk or hand baggage. PHONE !)7 for rates and schedules everywhere. Jefferson Transportation Company BUS Depot 10 First Street S. W. Mason City fig GENERAL ELECTRIC Refrigerator Stop in tomorrow. Examine both the Flat Top and Monitor Top General Electric models. Noto the many exceptional refinements. Learn ahout the silence, tile economy, the long life. Then arrange to have a brilliant new General Electric in Her kitchen on Christmas morning. $5 do wn NO FURTHER PAYMENTS Until March! SPECIAL! Boudoir Lamps Never have we had so many unusually clever models in small lamps--they make splendid Christmas gifts and priced surprisingly low. SPECIAL Waffle Iron very beautiful iron -- our ·'mivs Special. Equipped heat indicator. Bakes de; golden-brown waffles every time. Price $'1.95. Priced $1.50 and up OPEN EVERY EVENING 35 WindsorToaster This toaster is an outstanding value -- exceptionally g o o d looking, guaranteed quality and popular price. Finished entirely in polished chrome plate. Price $3.95. Other choice toasters at $2.05. g An Ideal Gift H for the Home! A/rt ^ Lamps Sold on £·£·. » | Easy Monthly e| Terms! COME IN! SEE OUR CHRISTMAS DISPLAYS SELECT WHILE STOCKS ARE COMPLETE B 55 35 1 PEOPLES GAS AND ELECTRIC COMMNY | '^ii#^:$;$^#:$^#$^

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