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February 16, 1931

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 5

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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE ' PAY DAY WEEK SPECIALS COFFEE Nash, Folger's, Hills Bros. · Butternut PAILS White enamel with blue or green trim, 75c value Galvanized, 25c value .. MATCHES, 6 boxes .... TUBES 30 x 59e 29 x 4.40 69c BULK COFFEE Fresh Ground---30e Grade 1 pound 20c 3 pounds ...; 55c GOOD BROOMS Each, only 35c 50e Value · FLOUR Occident, 49 Ibs 51.75 Gold Medal, 40 Ibs...$1.59 I. H. or Omar, 49 Ibs. 51.49 Guaranteed, 49 Ibs...$1.15 Corn Flakes or Post Toasties 15c size lOc Peaches or Pears No. 2/ 2 25c grade I9c 5 cans 90c BREAD Fresh Daily 16 oz. white loaves. , . 5c SUGAR 10-lf). Bas With » purchase of .?3 or over, irroceries not included. SALT BOX, lOc size. LAUNDRY SOAP 10 CARS BUTTER Best Grade Creamery With purchase of S2 or over, groceries not Included. SOAP, Cocoa Hardwater Castile, 4 bars 25 c WE PAY 13c FOR EGGS Less Than For the Entire Family at Manufacturers' Cost Theao shnes are broken lots--some on tallies, balance in boxes on shelves--to close nut at the following unheard of LOW PRICES LOT 1 58c LOT 2 88c LOT 3 $1.49 Men's 220 Denim Overalls, Bib or Pant Style. $1" value 77c Siimc in Boys' 57c Extra heavy 220 Blue' Denim, High Grade Make. $1.50 Values Reduced to $1.10 LOT 4 $1.98 LOT 5 $2.98 Sheep Lined COATS Men's moleskin shell, first quality, 36 inch length, 4 pockets, leather trim. SAME IN BOYS' 12.98 Corduroy and Long Coats reduced accordingly. Men's Work Shirts 55c 2 FOR §1.00 Sizes Id to 18 MEN'S BLANKET LINED JACKETS §2.50 VALUES $1.69 High Top Shoes For Men and Boys at GREATLY REDUCED PRICES We caflnot emphasize .too strongly the advisability of visiting the store this week, bargains galore in every department, values you cannot afford to miss. A special offering of Rubber Footwear for the entire family--at greatly reduced prices. COME! SHOP! SAVE NOW! DEPARTMENT STORE 301 SOUTH FEDERAL AVE. Open Evcninsrs Till 8:30 PHONE 13M35 CHARLES CITY NEWS Charles City Girl Married; Will Make Home in Tennessee CHARLES CITY, Feb. 18.--The marriage of Miss Agues Schroeder, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Schroeder, and Helon McKensie of Nashville. Term., took place Saturday afternoon at 2 o clock at the Lutheran church. There was a large attendance ot relatives and friends that witnessed the double ring ceremony performed by the Rev. C. G. Protten- geler following the playing: of the wedding march by the bride's aunt, Mrs. L. C. Baker of Toetervllle. The bride wore an egg shell satin gown trimmed with lace and turquoise blue velvet. She wore her mother's wedding veil and carried a bouquet of Rapture roses. Attendants were the bridegroom's sister, Lucille McKenzie of Spring Valley Minn., and Eliza Van Tassel of Charles City. The bridegroom was DiiPont Cellophone company at Walter McKinley. Dinner was served at the home of the bride's parents where a color scheme of blue and white was carried out. Mrs. McKensie is a graduate of the Charles City high school and attended Ames college where she met her husband. Mr. McKensie was graduated from Iowa State college in June and is employed by the DuPone Cellophone company at Hickory, Tenn., where they will make their home. Fun Frolic Closes at Charles City as Large Crowd Attends CHARLES CITY, Feb. 36.--The "Slippery Gulch Fun Frolic" staged for three nights by Marshall post of the American Legion closed Saturday night with a large crowd present to enjoy the acts and dancing. The last night was called "Monte Carlo" and included specialty acts for which prizes wen; awarded. Jack Delmar of Des Moines was engaged to stage the show and an orchestra from Austin, Minn., furniahed music for Whether or Not You're Scotch The chances are that you like the flavor of butterscotch. You'H find it in Amcizo Butterscotch Syrup. And . . . how well it goes On waffles, pancakes, the children's Offer-school bread etc. etc. Like ail Amoizo Syrups It's healthful. . . physicians favor it. if you want fo give J^our family Ci new thrill try this flew syrup en them tomorrow. Your grocer has Amaizo Butterscotch Syrup--and *he other Amaizo quality products. Every Monday Evening ftt 9:30 o'clock Don Amaizo broadcasts his program of music and adventure over Station WRIT. JUDGE HONORED CHARLES CITY, Feb. 16. The toast to the honored guest at tho hanquet for Judge C. H. Kelley at Hildreth hotel Saturday night was given by II. J. Fitzgerald, denn of the Floyd county liar. Thomas Bcadmnro acted as toastraaster at tho dinner given hy tho lawyers of the county in recognition of Judge C. H. Kelloy's 33 years of service on tho bench of the twelfth district. Jens Grothc gave Judge Kelley a Tclecron with tho regards of all present. Other talks were made by William Carr nnrt William Bulls of Koclcford. Tho judge responded to the toasts nnd led the \vny in nn hour of reminiscences before the company separated. dancing. The members hope after expenses are paid to have a. good surplus for their work. Barnev Bv- vank is commander and with his committees put intensive work on the event plans. Valentine Parties Held at Charles City CHARLES CITY, Feb. 16 -Jeanne Fluent entertained 22 hifh school friends at a Valentine party Saturday night. The first part o'f the evening was spent with "motion pictures and games. I :-izes were wan by Mary Beebe and Jeanne Dpore Dancing and refreshments with valentine favors concluded the en tertainment. Circfe No. 10 of the First Methodist church entertained at a guest day and Valentine party in the lire- side room of the church. There WPS an attendance of 125 to enfoy the program of music and readings Valentine refreshments were served at small tables. The sum of S25 was added to the treasury. The ladles' auxiliary of the Un ; - ted Commercial travelers entertained at a. Valentine benefit party in the Legion rooms. Thlrt""n tables were arranged for cards and r=- freshments were served by a committee composed of Mrs. Warren Berry, Mrs. George Brown, Mrs. George Jelinek, R. E. Marsh Mrs Sam Twining and Mrs. J. L. Schrader. Gamble manager Resigns. CHARLES CITY, Feb. 16.- FVanlc Bolster, manager of tiie Gamble store he-s since Sept. 18 has resigned his position and will leave Wednesday for Minneapolis to look after busineas interests after which he will go to California. John Locke of Waverly has succeeded Mr. Bolster. He will move his family here soon. CHARLES CITY BRIEFS CHARLES CITY/, Feb. 16.--Miss Louise Williams, Miss Jensen, Miss Albert and Miss Pierce, teachers In the public schools at Mason City, spent Sunday afternoon at the home or Mrs. Sum Williams. H. N. Merrick of Marble Rock was taken to Rochester, Minn., Saturday in an ambulance. Alice Eaily has gone to Albion, Okla.. to visit her brother Edgar Bailey. The Rev. Frank Anderson, state secretary of the Iowa Baptist convention. spole at the First Baptist churclf Sunday morning. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Dick and children spent Sunday with Mr. Dick'H parents in lowp. Fall;:. The Knights of Columbus moved Saturday from their rooms in the Gem hall into rooms over Berf. David's pool hall recently vacated by the farm bureau. Look for the Amaizo name and the plaid background design. AMERICAN MAIZE-PRODUCTS CO. NEW Y O R K CHICAGO 1 Former Goldfield Editor Now on Paper at Murray GOLDFIELD. Feb. IS.--G. R. Osborn, former editor of the Roldfiel'.l Booster, who moved to Palo. Mo.,' several months ago to become editor of a paper there, h:\s relocated at Murray, Clarke county, where lie ia the editor of ths Murray News. Parties Are Given in Honor of 2 at Fertile FERTILE, Feb. lf,._Roger Humohrey was honored at a party at the home of his aunt. Mrs George Hall. Twenty of his high school f r i e n d s wore 'invited. At the home of Mr. nnd Mrs. Kd Hammer- void several self-invited guests came with baskets in honor of her birthday. FERTILE PLANS FARM INSTITUTE Addresses and Exhibits Are Schedule for Friday and Saturday. FERTILE, Feb. IG.-Extensive plans,have been made for the Farmers institute to be held Feb 20 nnd 21. The program will start Friday afternoon and will include a lecture for the women by Mrs. Fern Brown Axisenhus. Jurging will also be held. In the evening music by the Fertile community orchestra . and men's quartet and a talk by Jay Whltson assistant editor of the Wallace's Farmer, are scheduled. Saturday morning will be judging of poultry and fancy work. Then a lunch will be furnished at the schoolhouse. At 1:15 o'clock in the afternoon is scheduled a business meeting and lecture by Norman Norland, president of the Worth county Farm Bureau, old time fiddling, a lecture by W. R. Whitfield of Ames on poultry care and management. On Saturday evening there will be music by the Fertile Community orchestra, a three act play "Yimmie Yonson's Yob" by Fertile township players, solo by the Rev. M. A. Lowe "Nine years ago after my little girl was born dead, I took Lydia E. Pinkuam's Vegetable Compound for about four months. The next year I became the mother of a fine I I pound baby boy. After he was born, I kept on with the medicine to build me up. Four months a[o I was nervous and rundown nnd suffered from other troubles which I knew Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound would relieve so 1 started talcing it and now I feel fine again. Many ol my friends could write a book on. i good the Vegetable Compound has done them."--Mrs. Wj Overmcmn, 918 Rcgina Ave., St. Louis, Mo. and a violin solo by Melvin Myhre Officers and judges of the institution are: President, Ira Shields; vice president, J. A. Ouversbn; secretary i'.nd treasurer, Roy Larson; poultry judge, W. R. Whitfield; grain judge John B. VVentz; home economics! Mrs. Feme Brown AuBenhus. Dakota City Apartment House Destroyed in Fii'e DAKOTA CITY, Feb. 16. (IP)-Fire of undetermined origin early today destroyed the C. E. Saddoria apartment house with a loss estimated at $8,000. Furniture and clothing of four families was burned. The building:, 'erected In 1881, was used as a public school Officials of Hayfield School Given Banquet HAYFIELD, Feb. 16.--A threa course dinner was given in the dining: room of the local high school Saturday evening, prepared and served by the girls of the junior high under the instruction of their Home economics instructor, lira. Lena Hanson, with the board ot education and other school officials nnd their wives as guests. Mrs. Frank J. Shimon gave a number ot violin solos and Mrs. Clarence M. Lackore read a number of selection:] as part of the entertainment. Imagination Is what you need when a French king in a talkie speaks Kansas British.--Mtiskogeo I'hoonl.v. Here's the Newest Type Of Foundation Garment Every woman will be talking about lU*.U.3.p,j.og. .Foundation Garment Featuring Detachable Brassiere An ideal combination of brassiere and girdle that follows the individual bust, waist and hip lines as a single garment to define the natural figure, but affording the advantage of changing- or washing the brassiere-an advanced step t o w a r d s a practical, serviceable and economical wardrobe. Come in and see this new creation--we know you'll like it. Damon's inc. Itching Skin Wherever It Is and whatever the cause, relieved at once by Rcslnot. Even If the trouble has resisted many treatments and the skin ta «oro and Inflamed, the healing medication in thU soothing ointment peldom falls to 'give satisfying result*. Uso Rciinol alao for chafing, burns, piles, sores-wherever a healing dressing is needed. At all drug stores. sent free. Write Reainol. Dcpt. 73, Baltlmore.Md. Resinol Make the Distance You Travel to and From Work Buy Comforts and Luxuries. When you drive your automobile to work--park it all day--only to drive it home again in the evening 1 , you may be denying- yourself and your family many comforts and luxuries which have seemed b e y o n d your means. Let us show you how you can afford them. If you live 3 miles from work and drive your automobile your transportation cost is at least 40c per day. This estimate is figured on a m i n i m u m cost-per-milc basis and includes only gas, oil, tire, wear, etc. Compare this cost with only lOc daily when using the street cars. Street Car service is especially Advantageous for Clear Lake residents working in Mason City. MASON CITY AND CLEAR LAKE RAILROAD COMPANY

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