Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on December 21, 1933 · Page 6
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 6

Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, December 21, 1933
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SIX CRUSADERS FACE ANOTHER FIGHT Anti-Prohibition Group Has War Over Monetary Program. ALBANY--The Crusaders, organized opponents of prohibition, are in a new war. This time It's among the members themselves, growing oul b£ what !a termed an authorized op position by the heads of the organ! zation to the Roosevelt monetary policies. William W. Farley, former chairman of the New York state demo cratic central committee, has askec Attorney Gen. Homer S, Cummings to cancel the Crusaders' charter on the ground that it "is exceeding Its corporate charter In opposing 1 the president's monetary policies." He is a inemtier of the Crusaders. In his petition to tho attorney general, Mr. Farley alleges that the officers of the Crusaders are "misrepresenting- the attitude of their members." The officers, Farley contended are "attempting 1 to convey to the public the idea that the membership of the organization is opposed no only to the monetary policies bu to other policies inaugurated by President Roosevelt." ·' Mr. Farley, who is a wealthy real estate operator, claimed that no attempt had been made to ascertain .the true sentiment of the members Membership In the organization, he said in a formal statement, was sol icited "on the basis that the Cru saders was organized solely to work for repeal of the eighteenth amend ment" CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE MUSIC CONTEST TROPHY PLANNED Number of Contestants am Winnings to Be Basis for Award. ; IOWA CITY--A new participation trophy, extension of the eligibility rules.and minor alteration in the group rating plan constitute additions and changes for the state hfgh school music festival. Prof. Charles B. Righter, one of the University of Iowa members of the festival committee, announced the new rules for the affair which begins In March with the sub-district contests and ends in May with the atata festival at Iowa City. New Eligibility Kule. Number of contestants and their winniriga will he figured in the point total compiled by each school ·,, j towards the participation trophy. ', · i All ; schools will compete for this on jl : ; , the Isahle basis In the subdlstrict .!),;:.', | ianteatSY- ' - ^.Tija-..;$nan{fe- .in .-vthe eligibility i i-rules? p^fqvldes-that high school un. (I ; ! dergtaduates may compete in large ,'! ; : group events during their ninth se; . ~ ; mester. ' In other years, pupils en- · rolled for rooro than eight semes- 1 ters were barred. , ··; All 'contestants given' the rating 6t "superior" in the district contests will qualify for the festival, ,scc6rdlng to the. change in. the group rating plan. Under the 1933 ' statement of the plan, the executive '. ' committee selected one entry from ; ., each district in each event for cer- ; · UflcaUon to the festival. Retain AU Events. No change was made In the list : ot 33 contest events, and the only i . ·; alteration in classification provides i that contestants in small group 'events will compete in two classes in the sub-district and district con, : tests--A A. and A, and B and C. i . ' · Professor Righter said that the f list of 36 required test pieces for '.. the large group events, two for ; : vocal groups and one for instru- ! mental, would be issued to schools next Monday. lOWAUPLlS SPEECH SESSION Junior Colleges, Community ! Groups, High Schools j Will Compete. ! , IOWA CITY, Dee. 21.--A three : day speech institute, which will Ini :l\ide championship dramatic and Eorensio contests aa well as lectures ind discussions of problems, will be aeld at the University of Iowa for ihe second successive year next : Utarch. i Plans for the institute, In charge ; f Prof. E. C. Mabie, head of the s Department of speech and dramatic ; 'irt, include participation of Iowa . ilgh schools, junior colleges and ' Community groups. Dates are March : !2, 23 and 24. List 10 Title Events. The competition section of the In- .titute will Include 10 titular events -Hgh schools will enter the ninth r Mnual play production festival In nree classes, community groups are ligible in two divisions and junior olleges In one. From class A. and B high school fiU come debate teams, while peakers will compete in a single lass of extemporaneous speaking. : 'it the same time the state junior ollege debate championship will be eclded. ; Will Discus^ Problems. ·With speakers from other states nd from the university faculty, the anference division will feature roup discussions and lectures on roblems of stagecraft, costuming, ghtlng, directing, playwriting and le teaching of speech and dramat- Mbre than 400 peraons partlcipat- 1 in the institute of last March, ; .aking it the largest affair of its Ind ever held in the state. THUKSAY, DECEMBER 21, I93S STORE HOURS 9 A. M. TO 9 P. M. Come Every Day for Extra Special Bargains Not Advertised CLIP YOUR WAY TO SAVINGS! STORE HOURS 9 A. M. TO 9P.M. Extra Discount Friday and Saturday Manley's Close-Out SALE With Santa's Manley's Close-Out SALE Better Than Any B o n d ) Christinas Coupons Real Dividends for You-a Definite 10% in Addition to the Already Low Close-Out Sale Prices There is not a single string attached to this offer! All tides mentioned in the coupon. You can't make that N \ you have to do is clip the Dividend Coupons below and extra 10 per cent saving without the coupon! You can't iT ijrf/ bring them to Manleys on Friday and Saturday (good make it after Saturday. Clip every coupon right now-JT both days). YOU WILL RECEIVE A BIG 10 PER CENT bring all of them with you. **S^F' ADDITIONAL CUT ON THE SALE PRICE, on the ar- THE SKY IS THE LIMIT! THAR'S GOLD IN THEM THAR COUPONS! The Low Prices on This Page Tell the Story of Values and Bargains in This Close-Out Sale Far More Emphatically Than Mere Words Can Express. We hnve cut prices to the lowest possible ebb--our entire store is filled to orerflowing with the greatest bargains ever offered. The response to our closeout sale has been overwhelming and thousands are taking advantage of the many opportunities for saving offered by this great sale. They came expecting bargains and none were disappointed. We must sell out to the bare walls--everything must go. Come in--see for yourself--you cannot help but be enthusiastic about such exceptional values. MANLEYS MASON CITY: IOWA QUITTING BUSINESS Good for 10% Discount December 22 and 23 now "Kaysor" SUEDE GLOVES, Imported KID GLOVES Good for 10% Discount December 22 and 23 FLANNEL Women's SPORT Women's SPOUT PAJAMAS Li 1 Good for 10% Discount December 22 and 23 ON ALL LINENS §1.25 LINEN TOWELS, now OOo 91.95 BRIDGE SETS, now $1.20 $1.50 LIUrCH CLOTHS, H O W . . . . . . . . . . . 31.19 77.50 DINNER SEES, now...... ..u. .$2.95 Good for 10% Discount December 22 and 23 ON ALL TRUNKS $16.00 DRESSER, now $10.89 $10.00 STEAMER, now: i . $6.89 SiO.OO WARDROBE, now' ;....,,.,,.-;$27#-$30.00 V^ilbKOBFj, now : .Vi i........ .$19,89 Good for 10% Discount December 22 and 23 HARRIETT HUBBARD AYERS COSMETICS MANICURE Sets, now 98o Luxnrln POWDER, now 98c Liquefying: CREAM, now 51.25 Aycristocrat BATH POWDER, now $1.39 Good for 10% Discount December 22 and 23 $2.25 Silk Ctepo DANOE SETS, now...$1.49 $4.25 Silk Crepe GOWNS, now 52.98 $3.00 Silk Crepo SMART SETS, now...$1.08 $4.00 Satin SMART SETS, now $3.98 Good for 10% Discount December 22 and 23 $5.00 Brocaded BED SPREADS, now...¥2.05 $2.50 Cluny Luce CLOTHS, 72x00, now.§1.39 §2.60 Pilot LUNCH CLOTHS, GO.vGO, now $1.30 Assortment--Vanity Sets, Chalrbachs, Scnrfs, Buffet Sets, Etc., Etc. Good for 10% Discount December 22 and 23 ON ALL LUGGAGE 510.00 FITTED CASES, now ? 6.20 515.00 FITTED OASES, mm- 5 0.05 §18.30 FITTED CASES, now $12.35 $27.50 FITTED CASES, now §18.39 Good for 10% Discount December 22 and 23 "ARMAND" COSMETICS Symphonic POWDER, now 89o demising CREAM, now 8flc ASTRINGENT, now 83c Vanishing CREAM, now 44c Good for 10% Discount December 22 and 23 * ON ALL CHROMIUM WARE S2.00 CHROMIUM, now 98o $8.50 CHROMIUM, now $2.98 55.00 CHROMIUM, now $3.65 $1.75 PEWTER, now 98o Good for 10% Discount December 22 and 23 Single Wool Double Part Wo Sheet and flllou Women's HOUSE Good for 10% Discount December 22 and 23 6 OVEHNIGHT CASES, now 5 3.5B $ 6 PULLMAN CASES, now ? 3.50 525 GLADSTONE BAGS, now .$16.80 $30 GLADSTONE BAGS, now ?23.00 Good for 10% Discount December 22 and 23 MANICURE SETS MANICURE SET "Evening In Parl "Armand" POWDER Good for 10% Discount December 22 and 23 ON ALL PEWTER WARE $2.00 COFFEE POTS, now $1.19 $1.50 SUGAR and CREAMERS, now 98c $1,50 ICE BUCKETS, now 98c $8.00 ELECTRIC FLAT IRON, n o w . . . .§1.19 Good for 10% Discount December 22 and 23 $2.00 HOLLYWOOD TOM, now 31.30 $3.50 MAGAZINE RACK, now $2.80 58.00 MAGAZINE RACK, now $5.30 S4.00 RADIO BENCH, now ?3.95 Good for 10% Discount December 22 and 23 ON ALL HAND TOOLED LEATHER GOODS S8.00 BILLFOLD SETS, now $1.97 $1.75 BILLFOLDS, now 93c $1.50 KEV HOLDERS, now 9Sc S2.50 BILLFOLDS, now $1.69 Good for 10% Discount December 22 and 23 PERFUME, now COMPACTS, now Good for 10% Discount December 22 and 23 ON AH. Z7H4 ni'OS $18.50 Gulistan ORIENTAL, now $9.75 $12.50 Vicreoy ORIENTAL, now $7,4! $7.50 American ORIENTAL, now $3.49 $8.00 Akbar WILTON, now $4.79 $10.50 RoytU WILTON, now $5.95 Good for 10% Discount December 22 and 23 $3.00 Solid Walnut END TABLES, now.$1.05 $4.50 Solid Walnut END TABLES, now.$2.39 §5.50 Solid Walnut END TABLES, now.$3.98 N$«.50 Solid Walnut END TABLES, now $4.18 Good for 10% Discount December 22 and 23 $2.00 PURSES, nlw 08c $10.00 Stecrhlflo PURSES, now $5.95 1 Lot PURSES--Assorted Kinds and Prices. BRIEF CASES at $2.49, $3.98, $5.49 Good for 10% Discount December 22 and 23 $1.50 Kmunoled CIGARET Cases, now....98i; ?1.50 Men's SILK TIES, now 98c $3.00 Electric SHAVING MIRROR, now $1.5!) $1.00 LEATHER SET ill Wood Box, now 50c CJgarct Case, Kcyholrtcr, BUSfold. Good for 10% Discount December 22 and 23 ON ALL 27x54 RUGS $5.50 VELVET, now $2.05 S4.BO AXMINSTER, now $2.25 $0.50 OVAL, now $3.79 $4.00 HOOKED, now $2.1U Good for 10% Discount December 22 and 23 .fJ.SO BUTTERFLY TABLES, now $3.08 $10.00 DRO1' LEAK TABLE, now $12-85 S8.00 NIGHT TABLE, now $1 [.SO SMOKER, now !j!10.G3 Good for 10% Discount December 22 and 23 $2.50 BOUDOIR LAMPS, now S1.7U $5.75 TABLS LAMPS, now $4.29 $3.75 8 Shelf WHATNOTS, now $2.50 $2.50 3 Shelf WHATNOTS, now $1.67

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