The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on March 3, 1936 · Page 11
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March 3, 1936

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 11

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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, MARCH 3 1936 ELEVEN m we ate quick to bring you the newest fashions if LATE / ARRIVALS FROM / NEW YORK THE NEW SPRING GOATS $8.90 S U I T S $6.90 Coat highlights--famous Botany Worsteds, Hollywood Wraps, Chadwick Plaid Backs! Box. or fishtail swaggers, fitted reefers, dress coats--sizes 12-461 Choice suit styles, loo! Strollers, reefers, classic jacket types in Spring's newest, smartest fabrics! Sizes 12 to 20! BOTH GROUPS HAND-PICKED 1 EVERY ONE A MAGNIFICENT VALUE! --low p*ic6 · Styled to Ihe moment o Tailored to perfection TOWN CLAD S U I T S town dorj settles yow Spring suit problem! Hortd picked Dunbury fabrics from the finest milk! Styled by today's fashion leaders! Tentered by .foremost masters in rtie artl. S U I T S $14.75 Sport Suit wins Spring's popular award! Easy-action sport backs, pleated or panelled! Single or double breasted models in the season's finest fabrics . . . smartest patterns! $9.90 $12.75 $14.75 It is now time to discard your heavy overcoat and get into one of our fine all wool topcoats. pgr ^ li *^ vymn PENNEYS Have YOU given Penney's a try? There's no better time than right now. Visit us today . .. see the thrilling codec, tion of values now ready for Spring and Easter. You'll find dozens of examples of what Penney Value really means. Your money will buy more goods, better quality, and .greater satisfaction! IT PAYS TO SHOP AT PENNEY'S! Penney's is a community store with National prestige Men's Hard Wearing ^Qffa PclIltS Real Moleskin Extra strong moleskin with soft-napped back! Black and white print . . . won't show soil! Strong pockets! Sanforized Covert They're sturdy for long wear and many launderings! Cut full, semi-slack style! Reinforced, bar tacked! Men's Printed Twill Husky . . . well made! Bar tacked and reinforced! B l a c k and white patterns don't show soil easily! $1.39 We buy. in most economical quantities Super Pay Day Union Made Sanforized Every' feature you demand in the best! Finest denim! Parva buckles! Extra sizes at no extra cost! Values! lac Sanforized-- They Won't Shrink! Best quality blue denim! Cut full for comfort! Parva buckles! Extra sizes at no extra cost! Values! Boys' sizes 85c. Penney.'s -he'lps to keep the cost;of living down Made right! Priced right! Medium weight fine 5 : arn cham- brays! Dress shirt styling!' Interlined collar! Steel buttons! Two button- through pockets! Boys' sizes.... 39e Try Penney's Double Bock With ventilated full double back and double elbows. You can't beat it! Super Big Mac They won't shrink! Fine yarn chambray! Faced sleeves and pockets! Extra sizes at the same price! Men! See these heavy Double Soles pair *$?»? pair- Black retail Elucher style! White storm welt! Riveted seams! Compo- jsition nailed soles and heels! Ideal for heavy duty! Stout, All-Leather Built for the Working Man pair Retanned leather uppers! Strong, pliable, comfortable! Tough leather soles, heels! Resist all barnyard acids! Retanned ·*sr im* ·» Solid leather. Insoles and counters sewed, and nailed compo outsoles. with plain or tipped toes.6 to 11. Gauntlet or Band Top Fellow horsehide p a l m and back! E m b o s s e d Spanish l e a t h e r cuff! Scams on back of hand! Values! pair Three Clubs Hold Annual Election Day Twentieth Century, T. A. E. and Occident Clubs Choose New Officers. Officers were elected by three study clubs at their meetings Monday afternoon. Twentieth Century, T. A. E. and Occident clubs choosing their leaders for next year. Miss Laura Kern was elected president of Twentieth Century club at a meeting- Monday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Earl Smith, 27 Sixth street northwest. Mrs. W. G. C. Bagley, retiring president, was nsmed vice president; Mrs. James Rae. secretary; and Mrs. H. J. Steinberg, treasurer. The lesson on "Modern American Short Story" was given by Mrs. Carl A. Parker and Mrs. H. C. Fricsner had current events. Mrs. Rue Elected. Mrs. W, B. Rae was elected president of T. A. E. club which met Monday afternoon with Mrs. Rae, 101 Linden drive. Mrs. L. A. Christiansen, was named vice president; Mrs. Stanley MacPeak, secretary, and Mrs. L. R. Meuwissen, treasurer. Mrs. S. A. Watts reviewed 'Lonely Furrow." At Occident club meeting Monday afternoon at the home of Mrs. V. A. Farrell, 416 First street southeast, Mrs. K. V. Mace was named president; Mrs. L. J. Strahan, vice president; Mrs. Harold Campbell, secretary; and Mrs. R. D. Austin, treasurer. Luncheon was served by a committee including Mrs. Farrell, Mrs. F. F. Potter, Mrs. Ira Stinson, Mrs. F. C. White, and Mrs. Austin. Meet for Program Chautauqua club members met with Mrs. A. R. Sale. 320 Pennsylvania avenue southeast, for a program which included current events by Mrs. R. A. Walker and Mrs. J. T. Laird and a lesson on "Grey Dawn" by Mrs. Wayne Sharpe. Mrs. G. L. Gilbert entertained the Maria Mitchell club at the Y. W. C. A. Monday afternoon. Mrs. B. F. Weston spoke on "Rural Life With the Mellstock Quire" and Mrs. R. B. Irons discussed "Sherborne and "The Woodlanders." Monday club met with Mrs. C. W. Gasswint, 219 Kentucky avenue southeast, Monday afternoon. Mrs. J. W. McMillan reviewed an article from the Atlantic Monthly and Mrs. C. L. Marsh spoke on Lewis Mum ford. New Spring Knitted, Crocheted Garments to Be in Style Show Spring fashions in knitted and crocheted wear will, be shown a Merkels Wednesday and Thursday when style shows will be presentee at 12 and 2:30 o'clock on each day The g-arments to be shown are all hand made and there will be 22 on display. The models will be Mrs J. A. Grimsley, Miss Mildred Van Every and Miss Frances Kinney. "Tons of Trouble" Will. Be Presented at McKmley School "Tons of Trouble." a comedy, will be staged by the McKinley Drama club Friday evening at the school. The play concerns the difficulties in which two young- men find themselves after deceiving- their relatives. One has lied to his uncle, tsll- ing him that he owna a prosperous farm and the other has lied to his aunt, telling her that he had been married for two years. When the deceived uncle and aunt decide to visit their nenhews, many amusing situ-"t''on3 ?r ! se until final adjustments are made. PARTY GIVEN BY TWO HOSTESSES Miss Mildred Page and Miss Virginia Hindal were hostesses at a party Monday evening at the G. G Hindal home. 740 Ninth streel northeast. Cards were played and refreshments were served at the close of the evening. MISSIONARY SOCIETY CONDUCTS MEETING The First Methodist Queen Esther Missionary society met Monday with Wilma Walters. Following the business session devotions were given. Refreshments were aervec and Mary Lou Rish and Marjorie Howard were guests. The birthday of Mary Winters, the president, was celebrated. The next meeting wil be with Myrna Kerr on the seconc Monday in April. Harold I. Woolridge of 116 Sixth street southeast, who has been teaching algebra, geometry, business arithmetic, biology and bane in the Nora Springs high school has resigned his position and has accepted a position at Beloit, Wis Mr. and Mrs. Woolridge are starting for their new home Wednesdaj morning. Nagel Garage Building in Hanlontown Is Sold HANLONTOWN -- The Calvin Miller building, better known as the Nagel garage, was sold Monday to T. O. Thovson, who will use it for an implement shop. It adjoins ths implement office of Mr. Thovson and he will carry a full line of machinery and some hardware. The Nagel brothers are undecided where they will locate but expect to continue in business here. Arrive From Minneapolis. HAYFIELD--Mrs. H. .1. MacCuI- lan and son of Minneapolis arrived Monday to visit her mother, Mrs. ·Ray Hawley, Tiny Sleeping Sickness Victim Two and one half year old Maxine Yarrington of Falrvlew, Pa., shown In her crib at an Erie hospital, has been asleep for five months, a victim of encephalitis lethargica--sleeping sickness. Although she is fast asleep, little Maxinc's big blue eyes arc wide open and she has the appearance of a normal child. When first admitted to the hospital, Maxine was fed by a hypodermic needle under the skin. Now, however, she eats In a normal manner. Mrs. Fryslie Funeral Held in Dows Church DOWS--The funeral of Mrs. Oliver Fryslie, 75, was held Sunday afternoon at the Lutheran church, the Rev. E. A. Duea preaching the funeral sermon. Alice Hanson was Dorn July 31, I860 in Nordicland, Norway. The family came to this country and settled in Wisconsin when she was about 9. Five years later they came to Oakland township. She was married to Oliver Fryslie in 1883. Mr. Fryslie died almost six years ago in April 1931. She leaves two children, Martha, Mrs. Siguard Anderson of Dows, and Raymond Fryslie of Sibley, and several grandchildren. Mrs. Cummings Rites to Be Wednesday at Osage OSAGE--Funeral services will be held Wednesday at 2 o'clock at the Champion Funeral home in charge of the Rev. Mr. Tiffany of Little Cedar for Mrs. William Cummings, 59. who died early Monday morning in the St. Francis hospital in Waterloo from diabetes and heart complications. Clara Bird was born in Mitchell county. Her husband died two years ago. Surviving are six sons and six daughters. Burial will be in the local cemetery. THOMPSON--Born to Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Hestness Sunday, a girl weighing 6 pounds. This is their first child. Thomas W. Jeffrey, One Time Ottumwa M. E. Pastor, Dies OTTUMWA, (.¥} -- The Rev Thomas W. Jeffrey, D. D.. 68, for mer pastor of the First Methodis Episcopal church of Otturnwa, diec of pcnumonia at his home in Bel ingrham. Wash., Monday night, ac cording to word received here Tues day. He held pastorates at Lincoln Nebr.. Kansas City. Mo., Spokani and Bellingham, Wash.. Winfield Kans., Leadville, Colo., and Lander \Vyo. His wife and two children sur vive. Mrs. Flett, 86, Dies at Dows; Funeral Will Be Held on Wednesday DOWS--Mrs. Cornelia Flett, 86, died Sunday morning at the home of her son. Arthur. She had been ill most of the winter but became worse last Thursday night. Born near Olcan, New York, Aufr. 23. 1849, she came to Earlvillc, Iowa in 1860. She married James Flett June 17, 1878. They bought a farm in Vernon township, Wright county, and built it up, then moved to Dows in 1922. Mr. Flett died in 1933. She leaves three children, Arthur Flett, Dows; Ray Flett, Radcliffe; Mrs. A. T. Anderson, Assiria, Kans., and several grandchildren. Also one brother. D. D. McClure, in Arkansas. The funeral will be held Wednesday afternoon at the Presbyterian church, the Rev. R. A. 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