The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on February 14, 1931 · Page 4
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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 4

Mason City, Iowa
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Saturday, February 14, 1931
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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZnETtTT FEBRUARY 14 HOW W O U L D YOU PLAY THESE MASON CITT GLOHGAZBTFK IDGE HANDS? Bird Cage and Stand Your choice of three color conv; blimtions -- green and bronze, coral and black, Ivory and brown. : tp£t«l.i7 complete Sears, Roebuck Co. 14 First St, N. W. . SAVE YOU TRIED mm m OVR m ·^ NEW LAUNDRY ·! ·j Fhono 495 . ·· ff . ·: SMITHES ·: V KLASSY KtEANERS *%| *-- Lnunderers and Dry ·_ · Cleaners -.- w \ 101 North Federal MASON CITY DON'T FORGET-Washington's Birthday, Feb. 22 Place your order now for special orders of LUXUS ICE CREAM Made up for.this occasion. E. B. HIGtEY CO. Phone 115-116 A v They're Here!-- «DE KAYES" "THE ACE OF FROCKS" A V Be Individual! Use Fine Playing Cards with your .own Initial on them. They cost no more than ordinary cards. 50c PER DECK. DAMON'S, Inc. D I X I E G E M INDEPE GRAIN Phone 49 ijldeal p:uel an *f- fo. burn it jlfT'i I, 1 ',00. A $50 SAVING ia the first joy of owning- a SPEED QUEEN ALUMINUM WASHER. Let us demonstrate It for you. BOOMHOWER-STREETER SMITH HARDWARE! 11« N. Fed. Phone 143 50.oo IN P R I Z E S Try Our HOME MADE BREAD HOME BAKERY 810 N. FEDERAL. 3 Another New Assortment of Styliih W.ftO Dresses. Values You'll Appreciate. "Betty Co-Ed" (Hate of Youth) New, op to the minute and priced to Mil *i cn raiokiy 41.O:J J. C. PENNEY CO. Hff-M S«. Feden! Ave. £ YlflK'CiCJ B E A U T I F U L L Y C L E A N E D S K I L L F U L L Y R E F I N I S H E D · PHONE 788 or 2 INTERURBAN SERVICE B«twe«n dear Lake and Mason City {g dependable and economical. Save with a fttty-ride ticket book. Mason City and Clear Lake Railroad Co. A ** Just Received! Washable Capo Skin Gloves in white, eggshell, belga and black. Also whit* Doeskins, Slip-on style, pair J1.98 The Merkel Co. 5 A *£ THE STOBE BmiHDAY SAI,K AH Daring February Special otfcrlnet, and BxoepUonal v»I- t« that should be taken olv»nt««o or Inrtni our xetti Birthday Snlo. BRADY DRUG CO. A SPECIAL, ON STANDARD jMAKE THIES 28x4.75 Tire and Tube $ 7.00 29x5.00 Tiro ana Tube $7.00 30x6.00 Tire and Tube $8.00 SlxG.OO,Heavy Duty G Ply 511.45 MULLIGAN SON 113'W. State * V IT'S *»** PHONE JLJit IDEAL AMERICAN LAUNDRY "FIRST IN THE STATE" ..Have you seen the solid Oak Dining Suite being shown in our window? li'i is the- first of its design offered for sale In Iowa. Built to last a life time! Tyler-Ryan Furniture Co. 215 N. Federal Lower Prices Your co ft! supply Bhocld be replenished now. Von will not be able to buy at lower price* later .OR. BtsIdM, oat prices are lair and square. Chapin O'Neil Coal Co. Phono 1S09 You can't lose if you carry your INSURANCE in the Bankers Life Co. Bagley-BeckiBIdg. Phone 368 A A* Complete Stock of Silver Patterns 1S47 Roger* Bros.) Holmes and JEd- trftrdd, Orchid Pattern* Fontaine Pattern WATCHES DIAMONDS. 3 West State A fFOR ALL INSUI ASK US about the new VICTOR RADIO! Something: new at a new low price. VANCE MUSIC CO. Unequalled in price. Unexcelled in quality. MARSHALL «c SWIFT, Inc. We Repair Eaves Troughs and Down Spouts. Prepare for spring rains by having them repaired now. KELROY FUEL AND FURNACE CO. Ph. 441 147 Fourth St. S. W. CLEANERS FURRIERS w. G. BLOCK Co. BED ASH SMOKELESS COAL ·03X3OTO-D-AI 9 A ** PHONE 600 For a Bundle of Satisfaction LYONS tAUNDEREBS AND DRY CLEANERS ** * *4» 35c DINNERS 35c Dine at the Rainbow! An appetizing; meal, ample in quantity and quality. Try our Fountain Service, Juicy Steaks our specialty, RAINBOW CAFE "The Cafe with a Conscience" 120 N. Federal * *! * * * MANLEY^S FREE ·* ·* · 1 package Ivory Flakes (medium sixe) with 3 cakes oo Camay Soap for ZO C 1931 KAYNEE BUTTON-ON BLOUSES AT | ILDNERS ... 79c ~ BOYS^ KAYNEE SHIRTS JLET "BETTY JANE" slum' you the new Spring Frocks Lovely New -fljl C Creations «PJL3 Exclusively 114 North Federal The International Line Consisting of sizes ranging from % to 5 ton heavy duty trucks. Covers every need for transportation. . International Harvester Company of America SALES AND SERVICE .23 fith St. S. E. Phone 20 T* Is HIGH TEST GAS ·At LOW TEST PRICE Seasonable Gasoline ISBELL Oil Co. 2301 8. Federal 118 N. Com'l MEN'S PLAIN BLUE OVERALLS Genuine 220 weight, triple stitched, well made, per pair 77c Same in boys' SBc SAM RAIZES DEPARTMENT STORE 215 S. Federal Phone 334 ·MMBMMM, A 3 ¥ Fine Building Materials MASON crry Builders Supply Co. Be Well Groomed For the bridge parties. Well groomed hair always appeals as does a clear soft skin. MYERS Beauty Salon Phone 919 7 S. Delaware A ^ 10 USE "DR For- complet oil A four hour dry in woodwork Yarn--, isl ed and fo r MANNIN (iV 32 E. State .,\ SUP^and at'fmlnend- B? e Bfetfi A ,i 13* ixe Winning Opportunities Are Offered Every illt Champlin Gas for Power Champlin Refining Co. OF IOWA 6 OF ASHKS TO VUti FIRESIDE FUEL CO. Phone 888 Before It's Too t«te FREE Bridge Score F»d» can be obtained at our office, fifth floor First National Bank BIdg. No obligation. G. S. AVERT SON THE INSURANCE SERVICE PHONE SS7 A * A SENSATION The New Electric £|?Q ff VOSS WASHER *D"»/D Sea It at Currie-Van Ness Co. 11 N. Federal Ave. Phone 17 * v New York Fashion Shop Mason City's Style Center offers JJovely Rayon Crepe DRESSES To readers of. this *d--only .... $2.90 IOWA STATE BRAND BUTTER Makes the World's Mouth. Water Iowa State Brand Creameries THE NEW SPRING FROCKS ARE IN! And they're priced so low that every woman can now look smart regardless of how economical she must be. HOLLYWOOD FROCKS First Door North of Palace A WOW! NEW DOLLAR BOOKS "Tbo Glorious Adventure" "Story of Mankind"--nendrick Van JLoon "My life"--Isadora Duncan "Understanding; the Stock Market"-Al Its ton Cragg Yelland Hanes PHONE 400 V* T NORTH IOWA'S LARGEST MARKET MONDAY SPECIAL Pork Steak 13"/,o Ib. Beet Steak 14i/jO Ib. Spare Ribs , 8i/ z c Ib. BUEHLER BROS. 214 S. Federal Ave. Phone 916 America's Greatest Clothing Value Harvey Bros. CLOTHES, $23.50 "ED" FINNEGAN, Prop. 105 South Federal PLTJMBING " HEATING J. C. Puth Co. PHONE 9S9 W.J.Daly Co. Dependable Plumbing Heating * *J V''{-; - \ · : · . :--W V|;:, ; ^4 ^\ }?£$» A GOOD should be clean at regular inter tain an efficient ment giving yo service possible. W. H. POT t 3 E. 'PP, si ·m ppairecl i main- Hepart- !/Jieke3t Iweler the GLOBE - GAZETTE WANT AD COLUMNS NOW-- A General Electric Radio for every home. Your old radio accepted as part payment. Terms to suit you. PEOPLES GAS AND ELECTRIC CO. For Better Appliances Gloves for Spring Soft, washable, imported cape skin gloves. Sllp-on style in three new colon. $2.39 STERLING First National Bank Mason City Affiliated With Northwest Bancorporation A Full IJne of PASTRIES Baked Fresh Daily! Get the habit of buying your p«utrles here, where quality is beat PURITY BAKERY 316 S. Federal Ave. RIZES FOR HIGH SCORES SELLING OUT Vi ENTIRE STOCK Opened Friday, Feb. 13, with a bang! Customers came for miles and all left satisfied. DON'T MI3S THIS! RAY E. PRUSIA CO. I0» S. Federal Phone 880 * * * s 2 * NEW Spring Shoes Are Ready Stevens Shoe Co. J03 North Federal Ave. * Z Reproduced on tfiese two pages are four bridge hands; the 'top is SOUTH or Denier; the second, WEST, nt dealer's left;'the third, NORTH, dealer's partner, and the fourth, EAST, at dealer's right. The play is at regular AUCTION BRIDGE/. Dealer liicls . . . others in rotation. This is the first of a series of twelve bridge hands that will be offered to readdrs of The Mason City Glohe- Gazcttc, different hands appearing in this newspaper each Saturday for twelve weeks, starting Saturday, February 7. The contest is open to'everyone, except, employes of Tlin Mason City Globe-Gazette and their families. To the contestants niafcing the highest scores in the twelve games played, $125 In CASH prizes will be awarded. Please read these rules carefully so Ihnt no misunderstanding, will ensufi. I--Hands are to be played with ordinary playing cards or you may cut out the cards reproduced above, being careful to keep the hands arranged and the cards distributed as they appear on these pages. 2--In bidding, there Is to be no doubling. S--Special Tally sheets are to be used in keeping scores, and these tally sheets are Issued FREE to contestants and can be obtained.only from the firms co-operating In this contest. There arc no obligations of any kind and contestants can procure as many tally sheets as they desire just for tne asking. A different tally sheet is to be used each week. Each tally sheet should be properly numbered and properly dated, bearing the date on which the hands played, appeared In the Globe-Gazette. Go to any of the firms rnprcKiited on theKe't\vo t pngcfl earn week, and they will be pleased to give you a tally sheet for the gome to be played that week. A DOUBLE-FEATURE CONTEST--$150 IN CASH PRIZES First feature . . . Bridge Contest with the following cash prizes for winners making the highest score I FIRST PRIZE _ - .....-- ».. ·. ...: _.... ?50.00 ; SECOND PRIZE .:.... ,....,.., , 25.(HT THIRD PRIZE : 15.00 FOURTH. PRIZE - 10.00 FIFTH to NINTH PRIZES, each _ 5.00 -i ... A DOUBLE F E A T U R E CONTEST 1'OND FEATURE OF CONTEST--To the three indivldimlo nr*«ontlno- «h» it T o..f nrin ,Ho.». , .u ^ . ,,. .. .. . ^^~ ' FEATURE OF CONTEST--To the three individuals presenting he largest number of bona fide cash slips (receipts for cash purchases) obtained from the firms represented above during the contest d, 12 weeks BtarttiiK Saturday, February 7, cash prize* will be awarded. Sales slips must be made out fmtestant and each contestant entering » group of sales slip* must accompany same with a full let of Jive tolly sheets, one for each week of the Bridge contest. Whether the tally sheet* are filled out or not, yfolIo\vinB cash prizes will be awarded: fcest number of sales slips $12.80 Second largest number of sales slim 17 so t\ Third largest number of sales slips $5.00 ....*~v mn a prize in this second feature of the contest, the twelve tally sheets may be filled out and entered ·Jjfi Bridge Game prize, first feature of this contest, or they may be entered in blank. enwreo \r a j. e u ntcr e ! th f fe ^^! e .° r thlB conteat - or boUl - lt y°n do not play bridge, you may enter the second "i of the contest and try to win one of the three cash "sales slip" prizes. This double-feature contest - It possible for everyone to enter. Every reader of the Globe-Gazette may become a contestant ·1--Write neatly and concisely Just how you played your hand. This is very important and In case of ties, the manner in outlining the ploy of hand will determine the winners. There is a special place for writing the outline of play on the 6-Do NOT send in single tally sheet* . , . wait unto yon have all twelve, then wrap neatly, and bring, send or mall to The Mason City Globe-Gazette, addre.** to the BRIDGE CONTEST EDITOR. Out of town contestant, can obtain weekly tally sheeta by writing any of the advertisers represented above. The Bridge Contest Editor of The Mason City Globe-Gazette will be pleased to give contestant. any additional information regarding the contest, at any time. Improve your Bridge by entering this contest now. thl ^,? , , flr t WIU · " ° " r « u l o r i who will be selected by The Mason City Globe-Gazctte. The decisions of ""' COnt * St WUI "" " naL The be8t P""" 1 "" *fenso lUld8 ln CaCh pr ° blom and tho «*»Pt«l ·»»- , « * · » « « · Contestant* agreo t o accept tho h a d , « I?" J !^ S 1 ^ fllml fa "" " artlcnla TM- TM- aPP"'* to bidding of tho Hands aa well as the play. 7-TMs entertaining and profitable contest has been mode possible by the cooperation of the advertlBers whose announcement* appear on these pages Readers of The Mason City Globe-Gazette are ur B cd to .scan them closely. COPYRIGHT 1930

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