The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on December 21, 1933 · Page 12
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December 21, 1933

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 12

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TWELVE MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE DECEMBER 21 1933 THESE HOME GIFTS Will Please for Years OCCASIONAL CHAIRS $7.95 SMOKING CABINETS $2 .75 NEW END TABLES $2-75 J1 GATE LEG TABLES ...., Many Other Pieces Attractively Priced OO ff£Tr£A AT THE 5RNITDRE STORE! 119 SOUTH FEDERAL AVE.--MASON CITY '"·Sensational offer- ling of 9 Xmas gift bargains for Men, Women and Children. Everyone an atlraclive and ex- Iremely useful gift. .You get more for your money ot Kinney's. Kinney's tow prices are made possible bythepctranageof overS million customers yearly in 350 stores, plus the production of millions of pairs of shoes in 5 Kinney Factories. Women's Folt Slippers in variety of attractive colors. A gift that will give warmth and comfort. Women's Black Creps Slippers with colorfu trimmings. Variety oi stylos at'this specie: price. Felt-Slippers for Women with leather soles and rubber hools. Same in strap style. Pore Silk gull fathvned . ^ -/~\ c 1 C'D'V «s O." I t t K , T MEN'S SLIPPERS Gray Pel* Slipperi with padJod solos and heels, A useful gift that every man will welcome! PA IBS ' FOR BUNNY SLIPPERS 'eep children's liHle foot warm on froify mornings wf(h ffiese sheepskin slippers. Exceptional Qualify! Sizes 8'/2-2. CHILDREN'S'PELT SUPPERS iv^ BOY'S FELT SLIPPERS 17 S. Federal -- Mason City, Iowa 77s 95* GASH REGISTERS PLAYING TUNES Christmas Business Shows Big Improvement All Over Country. By THE ASSOCIATED 1'JIESS The cash registers of the merchants in America's prinicpal cities apparently arc playing a happy pro- holiday tune o£ better business. The Xellys, the Smiths and the Joneses and the others arc laying their money on the counters for Christmas goods in larger numbers than they did a year ago, an unofficial survey revealed today, leaving retailers with the impression that there is a Santa Glaus after all. All sections ot the country reported business "ou the up and up." From Manhattan island on the east to the Pacific on the west, and from the northern states to the gulf there \vas optimism. The. gains as compared with last year ran from just a trifle to as high as 35 and 50 per cent. Buy Useful Gifts. True it Is that the man with the j dollars in many Instances is going in for practical and useful gifts, tut still, the survey revealed, he is buying. Retail association executives' in New York City said a definite increase over last year was shown. While exact figures for a comparison were not yet available, William J. Pedrick, president of the Fifth Avenue association said it looked like the best pre-Christmas season in several years. Brisk Christmas shopping was also reported in Chicago, where State street'merchants were optimistic that last year's sales would be topped. Survey by Sections. The survey by sections showed: EAST--The Albany, N. Y.,. Chamber of Commerce heard that daily dollar receipts in retail stores were generally up, in some instances as high as 25 per cent. The Baltimore, Md., chamber's informal survey indicated that business was better, some merchants describing sales as the best in three years. Many business houses in Philadelphia, including the large department stores, reported the greatest pre-Christmas business In their history, with parcel post workers far behind in their tasks. In Washington business was ·slow in getting started, but was gaining momentum daily. Pittsburgh, Pa., department store sales were up 14 per cent, with an expected gross of $8,000,000 compared with $7,100,000 a year ago. New Jersey department store increases were averaging about 15 per cent. Heavy Christmas buying was reported at Buffalo, N. T. Streets Thronged, MDDLEWEST-- D o w n t o w n streets in Milwaukee thronged with shoppers, and 7,000 sacks of outgoing mail went out one day this week, compared with 6,121 a year ago. A survey of 23 Ohio cities showed that 22 of them were enjoying 10 to 25 per cent increases. During the first two weeks of December Indianapolis merchants reported a 20 per cent increase, while South. Bend sales have registered 35 per cent over 1932. A 5 to 10 per cent jump in dollar volume over last year was estimated by Allan Hupp, head of the Associated Retailers Bureau in Omaha. Minneapolis looked for Christmas spending above 515,000.000, a material Increase. Kansas City retailers reported sales gains of from 12 to 40 per cent, and some said the customers were using their credit to ~i greater extent. Unofficial estimates placed St. Louis business 10 per cent above 1932. Increased business was noted at Des Moines and other Iowa cities. SOUTH--"A great' deal better" than last year, was the way the Atlanta, Ga., merchants association reported pre-Christmas business. Memphis department stores said they were running 20 per cent ahead of a year ago, crediting the government's 10 per cent cotton loans for much of the advance. Business Far Ahead. "Christmas business is far ahead of last year, due to better cotton and tobacco prices 1 ' said Willard Dowell, secretary of the North Carolina Merchants' association. MOUNTAIN STATES--Kay H. Butler, secretary of the Utah Retailers' association at Salt Lake City said business there was 25 per cent above a year ago, with some southern Idaho cities gaining as much as 30 per cent. Reno, Nevada, merchants enjoyed an estimated 23 per cent jump ia sales. Denver storekeepers were welcoming shoppers in greater numbers than for several years and Charles M. Reed, general manager of the Retail Credit association estimated the advance to be at least 25 per cent. Biggest In Years. SOUT'IWEST -- Austin, Texas, stores reported they were doing the biggest Christmas business in years. Houston, Fort Worth and Dallas, Tex., merchants saw substantial gains. PACIFIC COAST--The morale of che merchants was reported soaring in San Francisco, with 10 to 12 per cent jump on the dollar basis. The Portland, Ore., retail association daid sales were "somewhat in excess" of last year, with a decided spurt this week. Twenty Sacramento, Cal., firms reported gains ranging from three to 35 per cent. Los Angeles sales were unreported but the postal business there was going ahead at a record pace. Sponsored hy Merchants. LAWLER, Dec. 21.--The merchants of the town are sponsoring a free candy day next Saturday. Santa Claua will pass out sacks of candy and nuts at the Christmas tree on street NATIONWIDE HUNT FOR GANG SURVIVORS Seeking to wipe out the- last remnants ot "mobs" which sprang into prominence during the prohibition era, federal and state authorities have launched a national gang drive, with operations centered in Chicago, following reports that the fugitive survivors of five former gangs planned to unite and continue their !aw defying activities. These photos show four of the hunted gangsters, (1) John (Handsome Jiick) Klutus, Peorin, III,, kidnaper; (2) Charles {Ice Wagon) Connors, veteran hoodlum and gunman; (3) Basil Banghart, escaped Georgia convict, and (4) W. A. Hendrtcl.son, former highway pbliceman who Is said to have joined the notorious Touhy gang. Church Program Planned. DUMONT, Dec. 21.--Christmas programs for the churches will be: United Brethren, Saturday evening, 7:30; Immanuel Methodist church with a pageant, "The Lost Carol," Sunday, 7:30; Evangelical church, Sunday, 7:30, a pageant, "The Story of. Christmas; Monday; 6, a Reformed church, miscellaneous pro- Members of Commerce Club Entertain Wives at Rockford Program P.OCKFORD, Dec. 21.--The members of the Rockford Commercial club entertained their wives and girl friends at a Christmas party in the Lutheran church Tuesday evening. The program chairman, Dr. H. H. Iryin, presented the following program; Community singing of Christmas carols; address of welcome, Grover Galvin; response, Mrs. Willard Sayre; readings, Miss Helen Vala; group stunts, one under cli- rectiou-of Car] Cunningham in "The Operation," two under the direction of Mays Leigh, "The Rogues' Gallery;" three under the direction of Mrs. Mabel Galvin; monologs by Supt. W. I. Sayre and Helen Vala, and four, under the direction ot Mrs. A. W. Dunkleberg, "A Meeting of the Rockford Commercial Club." Songs by Dr. H. H. Irvin ajid Theodore Krukaw, accompanied by Mrs. H. H. Irvin, were also given. Will Pay Dividend Soon. IOWA FALLS, Dec. 21.--Receiver F. R. Bailey in charge of the closed State and First National banks here, announced that early in the new year, the First National will pay an 18 per cent dividend. This will bring the total dividends paid from the assets of the bank to 48 per cent. BARBERRY WORK TO BE CONTINUED Winneshiek, AHamakee anil Clayton Counties Are in Iowa Drive. AMES, Dee. 21.--Barberry eradication in Iowa will be continued this winter as long as weather permits, according to D. A. Shepherd, field agent for the United States department of agriculture at lown. State college. He reported yesterday that 13,623 of tUe mat-spreading' .bushes had been destroyed lu seven Iowa counties during November. Work was done in AHamakee, Clayton, Clinton, Dallas, Dubuque, Jackson and Winneahiek counties with public works fund. With the exception of crew foremen, unskilled laborers chosen from local re-employment lists were used in the work. Work this fall and winter is being done in heavily wooded sections where it is impractical to work during the summer, Shepherd said. Because barberry bushes retain their leaves longer than most vegetation they are easily found after other vegetation has shed its foliage, he said. Boxed Costume Jewelry 59c Boxed Stationery. 50c JigSaw Puzzles 19c Five-Year Diaries.... 69c Mickey Mouse Jewelry, 59c Knit Dish Cloths, package of t h r e e . . . 25c Lace Scarfs.... 39c to 79c Framed Pictures.... 50c and 75c Velvet Covered Garment Hangers, 6 for 45c 26-piece Silver Rolls.. 45c Tie Racks 49c and 79c Novelty Brushes, 29c to 79c Salad Sets 50c Lunch Cloths 75c Dish Cloths, 6 for 49c Tea Towel and Dish Cloths, pkg S9c Colored Bath Towels 39c and 50c Fancy Pillow · Cases .'39c and 55c Madeira Napkins, 4 in box 9Sc ' Sheer Guest Towels... 75c Gingham Bridge Sets.. 59c Lace Dresser Scarfs. . 98c Perfumes in Assorted Odors 25c to 59e Fancy Bottles for Perfume 25c \pril Shower Face Powder 2Gc .'at-a-Puff Powder Puffs 50c Bath Salts 50c Culex Sets 50c Atomizers 50c Armand's Face Powder, 50c Yardley's Sets 95c Colognes 55c Yardley's Talcum 55c and 85c Bath Powder, 59c or 2 for 51 Large Cleansing Tis-. sues, 59c, or 2 f o r . . . $t Infants' Bootees 29e Baby Rattles, assorted, each 25c Baby Books 25c Baby Bibs 29c Book Savings B a n k . . . G9c Comb and Brush Sets, 59c Outing Kimonos -59c and up Silk or Knit Bonnets. .69c Baby Knit S h o e s . . . . . . . 5 9 c and up Infants' Hand-made . Dresses 59c and up Ladies' Linen Handkerchiefs. . .29c and 50c Ladies' Boxed Handkerchiefs 49c Men's Linen Handkerchiefs . . . . . 25c Men's Linen Initial Handkerchiefs, 35c to 50c Men's Boxed Ties.... 50c Children's Ankle Sox, pair 25c Men's Lisle and Wool Sox, pair 50c Men's Fancy Sox, pair 50c Children's Full Length Hose 50c Children's Socks, p a i r . . 50c Women's Lisle Hose, pair 50c up Wool Skating Socks... 79c Silk and Wool Hose... 79c Chenille Curtain Tiebacks, pair. . . . . . . . . aOc Velour Radio Scarfs... 50c End Table Scarfs 75c and 95c Rayon Vests 50c Outing Gowns 89c Rayon Panties, G9c and 89c Rayon Step-ins, 69c and 89c Pottery 35c to 51 Playing Cards 50c OPEN THURSDAY, FRIDAY and SATURDAY EVENIMGb UNTIL 9. SANTA CLAUS WILL APPEAR IN MERKEL'S TOYLAND EACH DAY FROM 2:30 TO 4:30 and 7 TO 8:30. Rayon Panties §1 Rayon Step-ins $1 Rayon Pajamas. .51.25 to $1.98 Ladies' Slips $1.25 to §1.98 Children's Pajamas.. $1.25 to S1.9S Bilbriggan Pajamas, §1.59 Kayserettes, 50% Wool §1.25 Embroidered Rayon Pillows $1.29 Table Lamps Complete $1-98 Card Tables $1 Phoenix Chiffon or Service Hose, $1 to $1.95 Holeproof Chiffon or Servict Hose, $1 to SI.95 Men's Boxed Ties $1 Ladies' Leather Purses $1 to $1.98 Party Bags, $1.50 and $1.98 Ladies' Um- brcilas, $1.25 and $1.98 Ladies' Scarfs, $1 and $1.^8 Wool Gloves and Mittens $1 Esmond Baby Blankets, $1 Electric Bottle Warmers, $1 Infants' Wool Shawls $1.25 and up Infants' Robes $1.25 and up Children's Pajamas, to size 8 at $1 Sweater and Beret Sets $1.25 up Fital Travel Cases $1.50 to $1.98 Make-up Boxes $1.25 to $1.98 Bath Salts 51.10 Bath Powder.. $1.10 and $1.65 Face Powder.. $1.10 sind $1.50 Toilet Water..$1.10 and $1.50 Bottled Perfumes $1.10 Compacts $1 to $1.98 Cutex Sets S1.50 Manicuring Sets. .. . $1.85 Yardley's Sets for Women..$1.10 and $1.25 Make-up Mirrors. .$1.50 and $1.98 Perfume Bottles $1 and $1.50 Atomizers... .$1 and $1.25 Ladies' Slip-over Sweaters $1.98 Ladies' Tea Aprons $1 Kayser Knitted Pajamas .-. $1.98 Ladies' Smocks $1.08 Service Aprons $1.98 Knitted Shoulderettes, $1 to $1.98 Knitted Bed Jackets, $1.08 Serving Trays $1 Serving Baskets $1 Framed Pictures $1 Lace Table Covers..$1.50 and $1.69 Console Mirrors. ...' $1.98 Lunch Cloths $1.19 to $1.89 Colored Border Pillow Cases, pair $1.25 Lace Dresser Scarfs.. 98c Foot Stools $1 Make-up Boxes $1 Leather Bound Classics, $1 Playing Cards $1 Fountain Pens. $1 Costume Jewelry.':. $1.98 Mesh Bags $1 Pewterware $1.25 Silver Plated ·Fruit Bowls $1 Incense Burners $1 Real Crystal Beads $1 Boxed Stationery. . . . . . 81 Four-Piece Toilet Sets $4.98 Mesh Bags $2.98 Incense B u r n e r s . . . . $3.98 Lunch Sets $2.25 Lace Table Covers.. . $2.25 to $3.50 Bridge Sets $3.50 All Wool Blankets... $4.95 Madeira Pillow Cases. pair $2.95 All Wool Auto Robes, $4.98 Wool or Corduroy Skii Breeches, $3.50 and $4.50 Wool Coat Sweaters..$3.50 to $4.98 Knitted Wool Shawls. .82.50 and $4.50 Wool Skirts $2.98 Rayon Lounging Robes $2.98 Silk Blouses $2.98 Corduroy Robes $4.98 Corduroy Pajamas. . $4.98 Children's Snow Suits $3.98 and up Robe 'nHoocl $4.98 Infants' Four-Piece Knit Sets $3.98 Boys' Three-Piecc Suits $3.98 Carriage Robes $2.98 and up Angora Bonnets $2.98 Si'k and Wool Jersey Dresses $2.98 GiHs' Silk Dresses $2.98 up Knit Pantie S e t s . . . . $2.49 Fancy Capeskin Gloves, pair $2.25 Capeskin Gloves $2.50' Fancy Kid Gloves, pr. $2.95 Ladies' French Kid Gloves, pair $3.98 Ladies' Wool Lined Gloves $2.50 Ladies' Leather Purses $3.50 Party Bags, $2.50 to $3.50 Ladies' Umbrellas, $2.95 to $4.95 Ladies'Silk Scarfs. . Sl.98 Ladies' Wool Scarfs.. $2.98 Moire, Taffeta Pillows....§2 and $2.G9 Pottery Base Tabie Lamps, complete.. .$4 and $4.50 Silk Dance Sets $2.98 to $3.98 Kayser Itnit Pajamas and .Gosvns:-; $2r£0 and §2r$5 _ Kayser Knit Jackets, §2.50 Ladies' Silk Pajamas, $2.98 Ladies' Silk Bed Jackets ,. $2.98 Ladies' Wool and Cotton Slips $2.50 and $2.98 Kicknernick Coni- brazercs, $2.29 and !?3.98 Ladies' Indera Silk and Wool Slips $3.95 Ladies' Silk Slips $3.98 and $1.25 Ladies' Silk Gowns and Pajamas, $3.98 and $4.98 Ladies' Gowns and Pajamas, $5.95 to $8.25 Party Bags, $5.98 and $10 Baby Tidy R o b e s . . . . $5.98 Snuggle Bunnies, $5.98 to $7.98 Wool Flannel Lounging Robes $5.!S Ladies' Silk Crepe Robes. . .$5.98 and $6.98 Velvet Lounging Robes $G.98 Velvet Lounging Pajamas $5.98 Leather Jackets $7.50 Ladies' All Wool Jackets.. $5.98 to $8.50 Corduroy Ski Suits Lined $7.98 All Wool Ski Suits.. $9.98 Linen Sets, $5.50 to $19.95 Mosaic Linen Pillow Cases, pair $5.50 Bridge Sets $5.95 Tufted Chenille Bath Mats $5.95 Wool Blankets, $7.95 to $12.50 Auto Robes, $6.25 to $13.50 Lace Table Covers. ,$5.9,5 to $10.95 GIVE THK VOtWGSTERS PLENTY OF TOYS Sec our tables of toys at special prices.

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