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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 2

Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, December 21, 1933
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TWO MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZE'iTK DECEMBER 21 1933 GWA AND CWS JOBS APPROVED Projects Will Employ 475 Men and 19 Women in Iowa. Verald Brown DES MOINES, Dec. 21. Civil works projects costing $85,843.20 and employing 475 men,. and civil works service pobs for 19 women. at a cost ef 51,881 were approved Wednesday by the chiefs of the two administrations. Tho bulk of the civil works pro jects were in Webster county, employing- 147 wen in road and street improvement, and construction and repair of buildings. The civil works service jobs ot- for employment for 15 women in Muscatine county, working In public offices in four cities, and for four women in Davenport in the nursing service at Pine Knoll sanitarium. 4-H PROGRAM IN AA A IS THEME Short Course to Be Held at Ames; Brown Is Head of Club Group. AMES, Dec. 21.-- The 4-H club program under the AAA will be the theme of the annual Iowa 4-H club Boys' short course to be held at Iowa State college, Dec. 27 to 29, F. P. Reed, state leader, said yesterday. About 500 delegates and leaders are expected to attend. Th e s h o r t course program, consisting largely of lectures and d c m o nstrations by members of the resident col lego staff, features instruction in livestock and crops production and soils work. Demonstrations also will he given on the latest experiments conducted by the chemistry department on foods and nutrition. The agricultural engineering phase of the program will center around the efficient use of power on the farm. Judging Contests' Planned. Judging contests Jn both, crops and livestock are another part of the short course, according to Mr. Reed. Tho three high scoring individuals from each county will represent the county and receive special awards, Mr. Reed said. Every boy scoring 90 or above will receive a blue ribbon. Both judging contests -will -be held in the college armory, Dec. 28: . The suite .4-H Corn club show wUl_be held during- the short course instead of during Farm and Home week as in previous years. Entries for the show must be made by Wednesday, Dec. 27. Judges will be E. S. Dyas, extension crops specialist, and J. C. Eldredge and E. R. Henson of the Farm Crops department. Verald Brown President. Tho annual state 4-H convention will be held Dec. 27 and 28. At this time 1B34 officers will be elected and other business of the state organization attended to, This year's officers are Verald Brown of Franklin county, president; Paul Miller of Blackhawk county, vice president; Harold Hassler of Carroll county, secretary, and Donald VanEvera of Scott county, treasurer. W. H. Stacy, extension rural sociologist, will have charge of the state convention. Agnes Samuelson, state superintendent of schools, and George W. Godfrey, agricultural assistant to President R. M. Hughes, will speak at the 4-H banquet. Other speakers have not been selected. In addition the program will feature a musical program broadcast over WOI by winners of a music contest. Kraschel Urges Bill to Regulate Direct Purchasing of Hogs DES MOINES, Dec. 21. (.T)-Support of a bill regulating purchase of hogs by packers' representatives was urged today by Lieut. Gov. N. G. Kraschel. He asked voters to write their legislative representatives supporting the measure, which would provide for official weighers and graders at stockyards and buying points in Iowa. Mayos Are Visitors in Nashua and Spillville NASHUA, Dec. 21.--A visitor yesterday at the Little Brown church was Dr. William J. Mayo, of the Mayo clinic at Rochester, Minn., who was accompanied by bis wife and two friends. They met the pastor, the Rev. William Kent, who had performed a marriage ceremony, the newlyweds Just leaving the church as the party arrived. The Mayos were just taking a little trip'for the day and returned to Rochester that afternoon. They also visited Spillville, where the Bily brothers' clocks are an attraction. Buys Hotel Furnishings. EAGLE GROVE, Dec. 21.--At a sale at the former Occidental Hotel, which has been closed to the public , since last May, the furniture of the office, dining room and bedrooms, Including the table and bed linen and table ware of the dining room was sold at a low figure by Attorney' Rotiert Blue, who bid it in for the mortgagee, Mrs. Jennie Andrews of Hampton, who held a mortgage of $2,271. For Her Christmas Stocking, Choose Wards 'Golden Crest" HOSI String of 8 Mazda bulbs. Assorted colors and 2 shapes. Safe! Durable! A dainty gift for a young miss! F i r m , weighted silk crepe, lace-trimmed. 32-36. RY! Chiffons and Service Weights! AH the New Shades! 79* PAIR A sensible gift--for no woman ever had too many pairs ot hose. Especially if they're Wards famous "Golden Creata". Silk from top to'toe, and every pair perfect. Full-fashioned chiffon and service weights in the very newest advance shades. At this low price, you can give her several pairs! The Perfect Gift Give Him a Gift He Can Use Fancy Silk Socks Pure silk, elastic rib tops, high spliced heels -- they're grand 1 Double soles, sti'ong- ly reinforced Double sole Men's Pajamas E x c e l l e n t .quality broadcloth, two-piece. Contrasting- color trim; V e r y exceptionally priced. The softest, warmest bath mat a foot on. -- tlve gift at little cost! ·at, warmest ^ · , · \\V\V-OvS you ever put * C. tV-VWV' ! An attrac- V^\ V^'sV^ Men's Bathrobes Kegiilar Price 52.88 F a m o u s Whittenton cloth, rolled lapel collar, patch pockets. Maroon, blue or brown. -- :=;·==;·=--«r ^T. .,,?.. i---£v-^5-j~- Si i-S-^^..-" f-f^yv^yv.K'-y^t.'-'^ "-s^.-s Kerchiefs For HER 5c each Prints, w h i t e , woven colored borders, novel- tics. A sensible gift, a value! Gift Handbags Value Priced 59c She'll appreciate, a good bag. Simulated ' leather, 12 new styles. Silk Scarfs For Gifts each Beautiful Christmas s c a r f s of printed silks or fleecy wools. Gift Ties Men's Blazers AH Wool Knit $2.49 Cossacks w i t h adjustable band bottoms. Navy. Sizes 36 to 46. 79c For Men Others 2Bc 49c Smart gljts at Ward's savings! H a n d - m a d e, lined. New patterns. Gift Gloves Rayon Gowns For Christmas 89c N e w m o l d e d b o d y , swirling s w e e p . L a c e \ trims. All sizes. Low priced! For Women $1 pair G r a n d w a r m gifts, fleece lined capeskln. One clasp or slipon. 'Kerchiefs For Men 49c t) (or Give him a useful gift -- white 'kerchiefs w i t h colored w o v e n borders. Gift Slips Silk Crepe $1.29 B i a s cut, trimmed with imported lace. Adjustable straps 34 to 44. Boys' Slippers Ward's Low Price 50c pair A grand Christmas gift, brown, warm f e l t slip- -pers with toe design. Tree Light Bulbs Long Life lOc First q u a l i t y Mazda bulbs in assorted colors. Lasting! Brown felt, brown kid tips, padded chrome leather soles. A gift in good taste--a low price Knit Blouses New and Smart $1 Wool, c o t t o n iinixtures. ; Most wanted s h a d e s and weaves. 36 to 40; Boys' Pullovers All-Wool $1.39 Boys' Pajamas Two Piece 89c Broad c l o t h In coat or middy styles. C o l o r s . Sizes 6 to 16. Boys' Breeches Shaker knit. All wanted shades. A s s o r t e d patterns. Sizes 26 to 36. Men's Shirts 79 Plain - or fancy cotton broadcloth, full out and well tailored. Buy n supply at this price. $1.49 Double seat and ·vl knees, bartacked ^»1 strain p o i n t s . Tan, gray. 8 to 16. 7 Ib. Roaster Blue Enamel $1 Self basting lid, raised b o t t o m a n d gravy rim. E a s y to wash. Durable! Like Wings for Your Feet! Pinewood Skis $1.50 Mode of fine edge grain yellow pine. Natural wood finish. Waterproof varnished. Final Clearance--Many Prices Reduced Turn Toaster A Great Value! $1.98 Beautiful n e w design. Chromium plated. A bakelite base. Flashlight 1200 ft. Beam! $1.39 With 5-cell battery. Spot light or flood.- Powerful! Table and 4 chairs in solid oak, or enameled hardwood. A gift that will last for years. Varsity Basketball Regulation Size $2.45 Speedy S l e d Wood Animal Electric'Rangc A B C Blocks Stream lined! 4 knees 51.1H and Pu!l Cart 8-in. high 35c Really cooks only ...§1.19 round corners only 59c Electric Iron Chroma-plated $2.29 Adjustable automatic. Bevel sol« p l a t e . Lifetime clement. Little Tables , each Solid walnut -- at the price you'd expect to pay for ordinary wood. Choice of 7 styles! $1-59 Others at $1.00 Suede-cloth. H a n d y slide fastener boys like. Elastic bottom. Brown. Ages 6 to 18. ' 24-30 Second Street N. E. Electric Lantern 1000 Ft, Beam $1.40 Sturdy! C o m Four-piece t o p g r a i n cowhide Canvas l i n e d Valve bladder. plete. 8 in. high. Has a powerful battery. 5 Inch head. Pool T a b l e Cloth Cushion 25-in. . .$5.88 Steel Wagon Rubber Tires Steel 08c Nail Craft. A R e a l Value! only 50c Sturdy A u t o Rubber Tires 30-ln. ...$5.5! Wards Washer 5* down--?6.50 month Puts it In your home for Christmas. Does wash of 4 in Vi hour. Regular Price $44.95 TELEPHONE 57

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