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February 18, 1931

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 6

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WINNERS NAMED IN GRAIN SHOW Stcenblock Ranks First in Best Products Display at Buffalo Center. BUFFALO CENTER 1 Feb 18 *£,W 100 ° ^Bded the grata show held here. A total of 325 ent- h«f. V £ re , nMlde - Those who bad the best display of farm products in the orders of their ranking were Ravmnnd Steenblock, Orvilfe Koppi 'uhns, Dpnald Swan William I and Frank Bond. ~rs in the order of their in the various divisions MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE Single ear yellow corn:.Marvin JJernng, John Finlaysoh and Marion Steinberg. Ten ears yellow corn- B. F. Edwards, J. W. Woodcock and K. B. Aukes. Sing-le ear white corn- TM ixr Ge i ken ' Boyd Berr yhi» and J. W. Woodcock. Ten ears white corn: .,"£.. foortenhaus, M. Steinberg and Dick Geiken. Market grade corn: Harm Jutting, Diqk Geiken and Joe Steen- v block. Barley: Harvey Gilbert S ·M. Michelson and Minert Stratman Early oats: Evert Leteher, Clarence Bond and Ruth Bond. Late oats- John Meyering, Vern Mathison and hhort Liverca. Early potatoes: Willl^, Hi PP en - Leonard Popkes and W. -s. Davis. Late potatoes: William Hippen, Mrs. Joe Limberg and Conrad Smith. White eggs: Mrs. George Smith Henry Krull and Charles Cavet Brown eggs: Raymond Patterson Walter Miller and John U. Winters Angel food: Gordon Johnson, A vera Femrite and Mrs. Leon Bryan Decorated cakes: Eileen Woodcoc and Mrs. J. Liverca. Vegetables canned: Mrs. H. Lengerman an Mrs. Joe Smith. Fruits, canned August Jutting, Mrs. H. Lingerman and Mrs. Albert Helin. Home mad candy: Viola Boekelman, Mrs. Dick Gibson and Dorothy Smith. Bread Mrs. H. Lingerman, Mrs. L. Boekelman and Mrs. Julius Jensen. Services Held for Former Ackley Man, ^World War Veteran ACKLEY, Feb. 18.--Funeral services were held Monday for Willard James Stanton, 56, former resident here, soldier in border service and the World war, who died at his home in Chicago. Mr. Stanton finished high school here and then attended Cornell college at Mt. Vernon. He served as sergeant along the Mexican border with General John Pershing. He was awarded the croix de guerre for his service in France. It is thot his injuries were indirectly the cause of his death. Steuben Speaks at Men's - - -Mixer,Held in Rockford ROCKFORD, Feb. 18.--The men's mixer of the Methodist church Sunday school sponsored by Frank Trigg's class and held in the church basement Monday night was well attended. About 50 . men were at .the oyster supper served by men. Dr. C. R. Heiney as toastmaster introduced B. D. Steuben who spoke briefly. This was followed by singing by the double quartet accompanied by Miss Edith Brown. Games and stunts were given. Will Be in Chain Lunch. ROCKFORD, Feb. 18.--Charles Dawson, former postmaster' here, sold his restaurant at Oskaloosa and left Monday for Washington where with his brother, Claude, ha wilt enter into a chain lunch room business. Mrs. Dawson and son Beryl, and daughter, Virginia, came Monday and will spend a month visiting relatives before leaving for Washington to join Mr. Hawson. Will Preach Last Sermon. LA.VERNE, Feb. 18.--The Rev. P. Brauer will preach his last sermon as pastor of the Lutheran church next Sunday forenoon and the sermon will be in English'. On Sunday March 1 he will preach his first sermon as pastor of the Trinity Lutheran church, Algoona. The'Globe-Gazette Offers Booklet on Modernizing Houses This offering fits in perfectly with the nation-wide movemeni to toost business and to relieve unemployment, and it does this on the soundest of bases, for modernizing experts say thai every dollar spent intelligently in bringing an old house up-to- date adds three dollars to the value of the property. Moreover, an old house modernized is not only enhanced in value itself; community values are increased and other property owners are stimulated to similar undertakings. .You can procure a copy of this valuable booklet only thru the Globe-Gazette Washington bureau. Send 10 cents in coin or stamps for your copy, using this coupon. The Globe-Gazette Information Bureau, Frederic J/Haskin, Director, Washington, D. C. I Inclose herewith 10 cents In coin or stamps for a copy of the booklet on MODERNIZING OLD HOUSES. Name Street City .. State . FEBRUARY 18 1331 MM- ^·^^^^·iHHMaiKKKuKaBEzssi^BH^HMi^BHBHIiHKBDH^^HBBB THE END IS NEAR! High quality brand ncv. ovforcls in soft black and brown calf. Lutcst % styles at this bargain * ,, feast. Our $5.30 seller, TM ^ it MILES TO OBTAIN MEN'S HEAVY CANVAS GLOVES Going nt a big slash in price Q , at, per pair O«- AS YOU $1.00 Men's .Flannel Shirts L Going iFor Only ,69c Men's Red, White or Handkerchiefs A nice large handker- ^ chief for m L little money " OUT THEY MEN'S COTTON HOSK A fine quality in grey, black and brown, per pair MEN'S WORK SOX A jood heavy work sox at a big reduction, per pair Good Quality--Men's 3^c Fancy DRESS HOSE Here U n n l r p usnortmcnt jif Rizp* a n d p a t t e r n s t[ m ( j.,, n can't h u y dsmvherft at this Iirlce. Regular 35c seller, nt . . . SPECIAL FOR ALL HOUR SPECIAL ALL THIS WEEK-9 to 11 and 4 to 6 UP TO $30 VALUES MEN'S WOOL Overcoats These fine coats will RO in a hurry and patterns that .will meet your approval with plenty of class. Get busy now and get one-of these good coats. VALUES TO S30.00 HURRY for THIS · WHY PAT "\iri^M"I"iT^T»T^TTTl f^fr A T Tm-«r · . O^^^E^S ^** ^* ^^ ^^» WONDERFUH QUALITY! MEN'S DRESS SHIRTS Collar attached in thu latest styles nnd patterns. Stock up now and buy your shirts nt money, saving values, at-- 79© / $1-00 MEN'S SUMMER WEIGHT UNION SUITS In short sleci-es ami ankle length. All sizes, for a quid; turnover at. . ,51.35 MEN'S RIBBED UNION SUITS Fine quality, medium weight, for all around wear. Don't pass this up. Regular S1.25 seller, going at, per WOOL UNION SUITS Allen A Rrand S3.30 Men's They are light weight and n knockout of a garment for less thun half price. Regular S3.50 seller, at... Hour Specials ALL THIS WEEK-- 1 VALUES TO S12.00. FROM 9 to 11 and 4 to 6 BOYS' 3-PIECE SUITS Sizes from 7 to 13. These suits are brand new and the season's latest styles of quality and workmanship. Values up to §12.00, at-- You Are Hour Special ALL THIS WEEK-9 to 11 and 4 to 6 nr TO s-to.no VALUES Men's and High School Hoys' UITS Ton can't afford io pass this up. Kxccllent quitlity and patterns Io choose from at :i give away price. VALUES TO $40.00 PRICE SLASHED TO m ·M i VALUES TO 36.50 in III Up to $19.50 values, Sizc.s fi to 15, at ' . 9 8 MEN'S DRESS PANTS ' ' - I S :V8 The finest materials and latest styles at-- THIS! ECONOMY Is Jailing You $4.00 to $6.00 Values MEN'S AND BOYS' WOOL PULL-OVER In all colors and sizes. Ileal soft new wool sweaters. $4.00 to 156.00 values, at DRESS Brand new, in the latest season styles and colors. A fine quality hat at A real ^ood fancy tie for the money, in a large assortment of .the latest patterns, for only-- S1.95 36 innh Moleskin Sheep-Lined COAT With a fine lurgp sheep collar. You will hftvc to hurry to get one of these big- values that sold at .?7.!)5. Now going at PREVAIL AT 109 SOUTH FEDERAL AVE. MASON CITY, IOWA 109 SOUTH FEDERAL AVE. 51.00 MEN'S WORK Shirts fn liFne n mi grey chnmbrity t li n t \vill give you ions service at a very Ion' prico. REGULAR SI SELLER AT

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