The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on March 5, 1936 · Page 4
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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 4

Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, March 5, 1936
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FOUR MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, MARCH 5 1936 TEXAS MEMORIAL STAMP ISSUED New Purple Stamp Goes on Sale Observing Centennial. CLEAR LAKE--A new stamp In three cent denomination to commemorate the centennial anniversary of Texas independence has been authorized by the postal department. It is the same size as a special delivery stamp arranged horizontally, and enclosed in a double line border and printed in purple. Within the upright oval panels on either side of the stamp are portraits ot Sam Houston on the left and Stephen Austin on the right. On the upper central part, partially superimposed over a large white star is the inscription, "United States Postage, Texas Centennial, 1836-1936." The lower part of the central design is a, reproduction ot the historic Alamo with the word in dark Gothic at the lower edge of the stamp. The stamp was first offered, for sale at the postoffice at Gonzales, Tex, on March 2, 1936 and may now be obtained at the local postoffice. [ Clear Lake Briefs Something new! Diamond Prune Bread at all dealers. Circle No. 4 of the M. E. church will meet Friday afternoon at the Mrs. Carl Either home," Clara street, at 2 o'clock. Mrs. William Carr, Miss Mary Bolstager and Miss Crystal Ashland will be co-hostesses. New Spring Suits and Topcoats-buy them on our "Budget Plan"-pay ?5 down . . . split the balance The democratic caucus for Lake township will be held Friday night at the McGowan and Sheridan store. Four delegates will be selected for the county convention, over 10 weeks and that's all. Abel Son Inc., Mason City. Diamond Honey-Krushed Wheat Bread is now approved by. Good ·Housekeeping Bureau. Mr. and Mrs. L. O. Stuart and son, Bob, who have been living at Mason City have taken an apartment at the Ira Jones home, North Third street. The Jones home has recently been remodeled into.apart- ments. Confidential transaction on all loans. Cerro Gordo Loan and In, vestment Co., Clear Lake. Mr. and Sirs. Car! S. Brager have returned from a three weeks' wedding trip spent in Florida, New Orleans, La., Mobile, Ala., and other points of interest in the south. Mrs Brager was formerly Rose M. Bopp · prior to her marriage Feb. 14. Mr. Clear Lake Globe-Gazette OFFICE PHONE 239 · . . HELEN HENDRICKS, News Editor LEE 0EWIGGINS, Circulation and Advertising Residence Phone 310-W Residence Phone 67 Unloading Carload of Harvesters CLEAR LAKE--Workmen are shown above unloading a carload of all crop harvesting machines received by the Clear Lake Implement company, of which R. S. Esslinger Is the proprietor. Brager is salesman for plumbing and heating supplies. FrL, Sat., .Shampoo, Hagenvave and hair trim, 50c. Phone 100. Miss Georgia Washburn returned Tuesday to her home at Ventura after spending the past three weeks with her uncle, W. J. Suckow, at Alden. Just arrived! A complete new line of wall paper for 1936. Priced as low as lOc a double roll up. Bass Phra- macy. Mrs. A, A. Joslyn, Mrs. J. E. Brown, Mrs. G. E Troeger and Mrs. C. F. Crane attended the state regional institute for religious workers at the Baptist church Wednesday afternoon and' evening. See the new and different patterns of wall paper at Bass Pharmacy. air. and Mrs. Franklin Miller, Emmetsburg, plan to move to Minneapolis, Minn., in the near future where Mr. Miller has accepted a position with the orthern States Power company. Mrs. Miller will be remembered in Clear Lake as Dorothy Drew. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Drew who live in Emmetsburg plan to return to Clear Lake to reside this spring. Come early and get your bargains in Wall Paper at Bass Pharmacy. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Fox and Mr. and Mrs. Junior Fox, South Fourth street, have mov«l to the G. W. Richardson house on East Main street. Mrs. Jack Shea has returned to her home at Bayside after spending the past two and one-half months with relatives in Kansas City. Mrs. F. H. Hollister and daughter, Hope, West North street, are suffering from scarlet fever. Mrs. Chris Johnston will accompany Coach Johnston and- the bas- kethajl team to New Hampton and Cedar Rapids this week-end. She will visit her mother who is in poor health at Cedar Rapids. Frank Benson, real estate broker, has opened an office in the Cerro Gordo bank building. The Rev. S. M. Stenby will leave Friday for Centerville and Parker, S. Dak., to conduct church services. Mrs, H. B.' Adams, Rogers hotel, has left for Philadelphia, pa., where she will visit Mr. Adams', sister, and for Newark, N. J., where she will visit her daughter and grandson. A. G. Pribbenow, formery of Clear Lake, is critically ill at his home at Hampton. He is a brother- in-law of Mrs. L. .W. Sherman, South street, Clear Lake. Mr. Prib- bpnpw became exhausted when ·caught in a stormstorm last Wednesday and has been seriously ill since that'time. His daughter, Mrs. Mildred Olsen'of Royal and son, Gilbert, .of Columbia, Mo., were called to his bedside. He is employed LIONS TRAVEL FOR 2 GAMES New Hampton, Northeastern Iowa Champions, and Cedar Rapids Foes. CLEAR LAKE--The Lake cagers will take their only overnight trip of the basketball season this weekend. The locals will step into tough competition in facing New Hampton, champs of the Northeastern Iowa league, and Franklin high school of Cedar Rapids. Coach Chris Johnston will select eight out of the 10 which includes Lane, · Leins, Wiclger, Ostrander, Jensen, Murphy, Lewis, Coe, Fistler and Phillippe for the trip. Harvey Coe has been showing up fairly good in practice. He dropped in 12 points in an intramural game this week to show his teammates where the hoop was. New Hampton, the Friday night opponent, has a record of 13 victories out of 14 played, the only loss being handed them by Waverly. They accumulated 360 points in 11 conference games to their opponents 27. Bob Struble, flashy forward, and Harry Carney, guard, are outstanding players, both ranging over six feet. The conference title this year is their first one. Two loop champs will clash in this game. The locals will play a return game with Cedar Rapids on Saturday night, having won from them in their clash here in December. by the Globe-Gazette circulation department. .Keith Carr who has finished his recruit training period of three months at the United States Naval Training station at Great Lakes, HI., arrived Thursday on a 13 day leave for a visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Milton Carr. Upon his return he will enter trades' school at San Diego Naval Training school, San Diego, Cal. I A If E clear Lake's hi /\ t\. G New Theatre Last Time Thursday WILL ROGERS in "IN OLD KENTUCKY" Adtdts 26c Children lOc . Friday - Saturday Boris Karloff, "Invisible Kay" Also--"Chatterbox" Adults 16c ' Children lOc Mrs. Ashland Is Renamed P. E.G. Head Delegate Chosen for State Convention in May at Ottumwa. CLEAR LAKE--Mrs. L. E. Ashland was re-elected president of the EA chapter of the P. E. O. Tuesday night at the annual meeting at the home of Mrs. Leita Clausen, Jefferson street. Other officers named were: Mrs. Ralph Ingersol, vice president; Mrs. Frank Palmer, treasurer; Mrs. Harold Thompson, recording secretary; Mrs. Nita Church, corresponding secretary; Miss Ida Clack, chaplain; and Miss Mary Ann Hughes, guard. Mrs. M. P. Hughes installed the officers. Mrs. Ashland was chosen delegate to the state P. E. O. convention at Ottumwa in May. Mrs. Ingersol-was elected alternate delegate. A buffet supper was served at 6:30 o'clock by a committee, Mrs. Frank Palmer, Mrs. Nita Church. Mrs. Leita Clausen, Mrs. W. W. Choate, Mrs. Harold Thompson, and Mrs. W. D. Bigg and Mrs. Mable Newcomer. iilicosis Reported to Be Disappearing in Its Severe Forms DETROIT, .Mich. t»--Silicosis, isease of the lungs caused by reathing small particles of sand or tone dust, was said Thursday to be radually disappearing in its severe orms. Dr. A. 3. Lanza, assistant medial director of the Metropolitan Life Insurance company, told the Amer- can College of physicians that this isease, which congress has been sked to investigate in conectiion vith the building- of the Hawk's Vest tunnel in West Virginia, is iminishing In its severe form. Clear Lake Calendar Friday--Circle No. 4 of Methodist church at Mrs. Carl Bilker home, Friday, 2. --Circle No. 6 of M. E. church at Mrs. N. G. England home, South Fourth street. --Double feature, "The Invisible Ray," and "Chatterbox," at the Lake theater. --Old-time dance at Surf ballroom. --Clear Lake vs. New Hampton, basketball game, at New Hampton. Saturday--Dance at Clear Lake Country club. --Dance at Surf ballroom. State civil service systems exist in only eight states--California, Colorado, Illinois, Maryland, New Jersey, New York, Wisconsin and Ohio. --United States News, PARK THEATRE TONIGHT and FRIDAY A Paramount Picture "The Eagle's Brood" with William Boyd and Joan Woodbury. An outdoor picture, perfumed with the pines of the Rockies makes this a swell picture that the whole family will enjoy. News - Comedy - Scrappy Admission lOc and I6c ... and It asks no of any car at any Master SB 4-Door Tourini Sedan--}74S'- impressive victory in famous economy run annual Yosemite Valley Economy Run is the year's big test of economy claims--and here is what it revealed: Under American Automobile Association supervision, the 1936 Pontiac averaged 23.9 miles per gallon (no oil added) for 352 miles, defeating all entrants in its class*. That settles the matter of Pontiac's thrift. Pound'for pound, you can't do better. Buy a Pontiac to save. Buy it for dependability. Buy it for anything else you velue most in a car. You won't be disappointed, for 'this big, beautiful low-priced car asks . no odds of any car at any price. Triple-Sealed Hydraulic Brakes Smooth and sure in any weather Knee-Action Ride For safety and comfort on any road "Turret-Top" Fisher Bodies The -smartest, safest bodies built today Level Floors--Front 0nd Rear Foot room for all SATISFY YOURSELF WITH SOMETHING BETTER--BUY A *Lrsf jbrices 6t Pontiac, Af/cfc., begin at $615 tor the Sis ana}730{oe tho Eight (subject to change without notice). Safety plato glass standard on Do Luxe Six and Eight. Standard group ot accessories erfra. Offered on G.M.A. C'a nev 6% Timo Payment P/«n, 25-27 2nd St. S. E--Mason City, Iowa *OFFICIAL PRICE CLASS ECONOMY CHAMPION Swaledale Declamatory Winners Are Selected SWALEDALE--Winners of the ocal declamatory contest held at he school auditorium were: Orator- cal, Glenn Eddy, Jr., first: Irving Jansen, second; dramatic, Hazel Holt, first; Lucille Finnigan, sec- md; humorous, Rachel Enabnit, irst: Merryl Proctor, second. The udge was Mrs. Edward Hunter, Mason City. Three Are Candidates. ROCKFORD--L. W. Inman, J A. Ruckdashel and Dr. H. H. Ervin are :andidate3 for school board mem- ers in the school election to be held in the town hall Monday, March 9. Dne candidate will be elected to fill .he vacancy caused by the expiration Mrs. F. E. Trigg's term and who is not seeking re-election and an- ·ther for the vacancy of L. W. Inman, who is a candidate. Mrs. Trigg s completing her third term on the school board. A W E n V GARNER A V t K T IOWA Sunday - Monday - Tuesday March 8, 9, 10 Charles Dickens' Glorious Romance "A TALE OF TWO CITIES" --with-Ronald Column-Elizabeth Allen Express Fear for Safety of Missionary in China, Harold Matthews Family CLEAR LAKE -- Relatives and friends of the Rev. and Mrs. Harold Matthews and family In China fear for-the safety of this family formerly of Clear Lake, along with other missionaries in China. Missionaries at Fccchbw are believed in the path of the invasion by communists. Eczema 1 .Resinol quickly slops . . the itching lorfure a " d ?. ids praise it and - healm " use it middy. CETAJAR TODAY! VALUES YOU WILL FIND AT THE BARGAIN STORE SATURDAY MEN'S DRESS SHIRTS Regular $1.25 Value 69c LADIES' TUCK-KNIT NIGHTGOWNS Regular $1.50 Value 67c LADIES' New Spring SILK PRINT DRESSES $5.00 Values BOYS' DRESS OXFORDS Regular $2.25 Value $1.29 MEN'S Broadcloth SHORTS Special For Saturday 16c THE BARGAIN STORE 121 SOUTH FEDERAL Yes--We Are Still Remodelling But...WE ARE OPEN FOR BUSINESS and are offering UNUSUAL VALUES through our ENTIRE STORE. Below we are listing only a SMALL SAMPLE of the BARGAINS offered. BROOMS, Special Others ____ 49e and 69c POTATOES, peck 100 pounds ..... $1.25 GRAPE PRESERVES, Pure, 12 01. jor. . A 15c Value NAVY BEANS, 8 pounds ....... CORN MEAL, White or yellow, 5-lb. bag EGGS--Fresh from the country, doz. 20C BUTTER--Any brand, with order, !b 34c COFFEE, Red Bag, Ib. 2 p o u n d s . . . 18c .. 35c SALMON, pound can. I2C RITZ CRACKERS, 1 pound MUSTARD, quart jar. JELL-0, Any Flavor, pkg.. CRACKERS, 2 pound pkg. SUGAR, 10 pounds. SYRUP, gallon pail PEANUT BUTTER, *«·_ Fresh, Ib i SARDINES, Mustard or Tomato Sauce, pound can. , 3 cans 25c PAILS, A Real Milk Pail. Rust-proof. Regular 50c, now ', FLOUR, Each Sack Guar anteed. 49 pounds. . . While 100 Pair Last. All sizes SHEnurSHEULI That's Why WOLVERINES A REAL SALE PRICE $2.69 Choice of BIG YANK, RED CAP, BIG BEN Extra heavy cloth for winter service. Sells everywhere for 87c. OUR SALE PRiCE MEN'S OXFORDS \ New Styles. Comfortable Last. Rubber Heels. SALE PRICE.. JUST RECEIVED! NEW SHIPMENT--For the entire family. Anything made in rubber footwear we carry in large quantities at unmatchable prices. Get Our Prices Before Buying! 215 S. Federal Ave. DEPT. STORE Phone 434

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