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February 1, 1937

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 16

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SIXTEEN MASON; CITY-GLOBE-GAZETTE, FEBRUARY 1 · 1937 A Line O'Pipe ' By T. PIPE Stick to the Pipe--Let the smoke blow where it w i l l . T:-- r- FEBRUARY GREETING Oh February good and true, Again we say hello to you; And with a Hock of glad hopes very, . . ' We'say goodbye to January. -- e-January is by far the longest month In the year. And II it were not that we have spring to look forward to, it would hardly he worth the .living. --a-Quite a . stir is being created about the 30 hour week. In the meantime, many housewives are now enjoying a 30 hour day. Anyhow they do 30 hours work each day. -- « -FULL MANY AV1VES, ENJOY .SOMEHOW, A 30 HOUR, DAY RIGHT NOW. ' · Our friend, Lester Milligan, than whom we know o£ no one more easy to like, or to look at, is a stair goer downer-of considerable ability. Coming out of Dr. Tice's office we saw him hurriedly descending the stairs from the seventh floor of the Foresters' justly famous building and hastily dis appearing from sight headed for the fifth at a comparatively high rate of speed for a stair descender. Whether Lester had a mad on at the elevator boy or was taking a little exercise, or both, we know not. --e -Give It Time, 'Twill Improve ·With Age. ! T. ripe: If it wasn't for phonograph records and transcriptions, our beloved KGLO -would be in one he(ck) oC a. fix. Hoping you arc the same. Don D. -- 9 -Funny thing about the sales tax. Not one person in . 100 wants it. Yet they all have it. A ___ It's like the double features at the movies. And the screen ails. They are not liked or wanted. But. they're there just the same. .A After reading what the well known January thaw has been doing to the flood distressed people of the east,, we have lost much of our enthusiasm for it. Perhaps it is just as well to have an old fashioned winter after all. -- ·-- . THE GREATEST FLOOD MAN EVER SAW7 WAS FROM A JANUARY THAW. 'TV..IIT nnt Tj^-lffng-. -ins- when. in's snnjr, hear asain. Goes to California C1IAPIN--The nev. A. Raymond Grant, former Y. M. .C. A. secretary at TMason City, who has been minister at the M. E. church at Dnlulit, Minn., Jias accepted a call to the M. E. church at Sacramento, Cal. Mr. and Mrs. Grant and daughter, Jean, and aiiss Rutlt Peterson visited Saturday at the home of the former's parents, the Rev. anQ Mrs. A.-K. Grant, while enroute to their new Jioine. JNlr. Grant has served several ' charges in Iowa and also in Boston, Mass., before moving to Duluth. to get reckless with one's money. When one gets to tossing one's money to the four winds, so to speak, one is bound to regret it sooner or later. Had the man mentioned in the item put the penny in his pocket, 1 he not only would have escaped injury and great mental agony, but he would have had a nice nest egg with which to start a fund for the purpose of buying a new car or a fur coat or something. Aw The Earl Ferris Nursery of Hampton', Iowa, 1937 catalog is worthy of special mention. It is of original design, being more like a weekly magazine in size, and is most elaborately illustrated in nat- tural colors. In addition to the listing of the merchandise for sale, the catalog contains many hints and instructions on planting and landscaping. It is well worth the having for any home owner. A Spring is just around the well known corner. Zekc Bonura' is beginning his annual holdout activities and Hugh McKinnis was calling on prospective customers in tiie north ligrhl suburbs, Mason City's most exclusive residential district, during the past week. Inner Spring Mattress In Choice of Select Ticking The inner'spring coils and the soft snow- white cotton padding, the careful tutting insures t h e kind of comfort that builds good health. The NEW STYLES ARE at FEBRUARY S A V l r All the late arrivals from the great f u r n i t u r e centers . . . augmented by our complete stock of fine.new merchandise --go on sale at the lowest prices of the year. What an array of bargains are packed into every department--the finest we've seen . . . ro help you accomplish every f u r n i s h i n g need. BUY NOW , * ft? m£ COMPLET "ti Wanted: Hadio advertising salesmen who will enter a home through the radio and talk to their listeners as naturally, and with as much consideration as though they had entered through the door. Side show ballyhoo sort of gets on a listener's nerves. A Pennies From Heaven La Grange, Ind.(/P)--Joshua J. MIshlcr found a penny. He tossed it against a window ledge. The coin bounced back and struck liim in the eye. Mishler angrily threw it at a, tree. It rebounded again, hit him in the mouth, chinned a. tooth. --News Item, TNX to M. J. B. A -- v The foregoing item goes lo show that it does not pay for one Dining Room Prices Are Cut 8 beautiful pieces in walnut veneer, and other fine woods present to you a 1 suite value that shouts 'buy now at Febrary Sale prices. The buffet, the extension table and six chairs all for 3 Smart Pieces Reduced to And only Jtive weeks until first robfn. Speaking of the first robin Mason City citizens are to be complimented on the extreme amount ol restraint they have displayed this winter. No one has as yet imagined they have seen a robin. Maybe the world is really getting better after all. --_ A - -Apparently it is going to take three men to fill Ossie Solem's shoes. Some shoes. 0 For some reason we can never get much interested in ads lor merchandise when the price is not stated. Sort of gives us the feeling there is a hook hidden somewhere. To you who have wanted a charming bedroom suite for your boudoir at low cost, we make this appeal. These three pieces represent the ultimate in value, in style and beauty never offered at so low a figure Rare Bargains for Quick Action \\ lo nnt expect to offer such a i i i l a n i l i n j f f u r n i t u r e "buy*" a (rain this year. This is y m i r (creates I o p p o r t u n i t y in save on fine home f u r n i s h i n g s during 1337. 11 If You Are Are Poisoned bv URIC ACID Read Our Offer--Do This 1* Urtc A«ld in your ttood causinir "Arthritis; 11 stiff join Is; a ore muscles; rheumatic pains; neuritis; neuralgia? Bladder weakness? Kidney irritation? Up many times at night? "\Voni OuI"? "Acid" Stomach? "Caleb cold" easily? Skin itches nnd burns? Nervous? How many *)*ntptoms luvvc you? For more than 44 years The Williams Treatment has been helping others to heller health and comfort. You try it! WANT A -75c BOTTLE? Mail Hits .ndvr.rlisemcnt u-ith l U c In stamps or coin to The nr. J. A. W i l - liam* Co., O f f e r MIt-SRIl, Easl lUmplon, Conn. We wjli give uric aciil .su[f«rers \vlio send this advertisement, home nrfdress and ten cents, one 75-cenl bottle (32 doses) of. The Williams Treatment a n d booklet \vith DIET and other helpful siiRBCStions. No obligation. We pay postage. No C. O. IX Only one fcnllle given same person, family or address. Sold since 1892. No Bottle unless this Advt. is sent CASH PRICES I L L I N O I S NUT, t o n . . DIAMOND LUMP/fon .. KENTUCKY NUT, ton. . Every Ton Guaranteed to Your Satisfaction W.G. BLOCK CO. 501 3rd N. E. Phone 563 In reading ads for merchandise, We also like to read the price. « There are lew things in this world that are as little missed or mourned as an accident that does not happen. An accident that's bie and bad, And yet fails to occur, AmoiiRsl the thriving populace, Creates but little stir. · -Now that Mr. Eye has settled ilie question how crazy is a Joon, perhaps he tan tell us how dead is a door nail. Or how happy is a lark. Also how high is up. Or where is Don McPenk when not in his place of business. --e -Jost of Klemme to Be in Hobby Supply Company in Toledo KLEMME--Harold Jost left for Toledo, Ohio, where he will'go in business with his cousin. They will have wholesale wood and metal working machinery and handicraft supplies of all kind. They will be known as the Hbb'by and Home Workshop Supply company. Harold was graduated from the Klemme school and later attended college at Ames. He was forced to quit because of his health. His father, Henry Jost has managed the north Towa elevator here for a number of years. 2-fiece 100% Mohair Outstanding Quality, Design Note the rich luxury of this living room suite with its figured seats and smartly tufted comfortable backs. This suite will offer,you fine service for many years, and its price is only Fine Lounge Chair Bed Outfit $16.50 Metal bed, fine spring and mattress all complete. Vcs. i v c r y l h ' l n r Is y o u r s at t h i s low ' l i j u r c . ThYee marveloii* ruom completely f u r n i s h e d at » sivlnic l h a l tar s u r passes »"' y o u ' v e seen in month; Small Down Payment Delivers It! 14-Piece The Living Room \VliaL a perfect Group! Everything that's needed lo furnish your living room in the best of \s.sis. 14 Beautiful pieces. · Ail at Sale Prices . . . $5.95 Up To Date Bedroom Group Not only the three major pieces, but spring, mattress, pillows, boudoir lamps, boudoir chair--why there is nothing more to buy. : - i A Practical New Kitchen Every housewife "'ill lie elated with it. Includes range, the table, four chairs, square of linoleum and a useful utility cabinet. $16 Safety Meeting at. Swea City Planned SWEA CITY--A safety highway program will be given at P. T. A. meeting at the high school auditorium on Monday night. Speakers will be M». ' 'Reilly of Algona and Ralph Miller of Algona. Special music by the H. S. band is planned. Americanism: Urging consumers to spend more to make times bet- thcr; howling when economic royalists to throw a $100,000 party.-- Tclcsrraph-Heralri. Nicely tailored in your choice of several colors. Very 'comfortable. Occasional Table $7.50 A modern style IhaL Is in high favor because of Us smart beauty. An U n u s u a l "Buy" $6.95 Such, a well made crib at a 'price Titte, thjs Is decidedly sensational. New Kitchen Table $4.98 Has RlisteninR, easily cleaned porcelain : lop Bridge lamps with alt silk shades Junior type re[lec- tfJQ QC tor lamps complete «pO«i' J Pottery base table ( t O . Q C lamp with shades ,«?"·*'·' 9x12 FELT BASE RUGS BROADLOOM New, Modern Bedroom Suite $ l No illustration ran Rive you morn than a suggestion of tlie beauty ot this suite with its two-tone finish and btg round mirrors. Bed, chest ai;d choice of vanity or dresser .... Very Useful Cabinets $6.95 Two-door style utility cabinet with ample shelf space. Ideal lor linens, dishes, etc. Insulated Gas Range » 95 ··^ ·/ Both the tops and the doors, are well, insulated. Select enamel finish. Green and ivory.- A Big Favorite at a Low Price 9i A d i n i n g room suite in tlin latest vogue with the new waterfall from, Beautifully matched veneers add to its distinctive beauty. Buffet, table and 6 chairs included at Merchandise Purchased Now Will Be Held for Future Delivery If So Desired -- No Extra Cost. BY BIGELOW WEAVERS ' ' · - . " i $6 Broadloom (£ A A*J Wilton Carpet ^-R^. Yd. Due to the fact that we contracted for tliis carpet .several . months ago, before the -advance in price,, we are able to offer it at far'bejow its present value,-but.will not be able to duplicate this price alter the stoclc is -exhausted. Excellent Quality, made by the Bigclow weavers. Good heavy weight, firmly woven and extremely serviceable. Colors: Soft green, Burgundy and rust in soft two-lone effects. D tt. and.12 ft. wide. $6 25 DeLuxe Twist BrpadSpom j. Sq . Yd. A carpet tliat is celebrated for the exceptionally long service it gives.'The.quality of the twist yarn gives it a lustrous sheen and texture that resists the showing of foot prints. Plain colors: BurRundy, cedar, walnut brown, peach, tah.-navy.blue, and dark- green. 9 and 12-ft. widths. Broad loom Axminster Carpet Sq. Yd. Excellent quality, serviceable weight, Bigelow axmin- sler carpet of all-wool yarn. Fast colors. Artistic colonial patterns. 9 ft. and 12 ft. wide. * CASH! iiiiii *R CONVENIENT c MIER WOLF /ONI Call 3400 For An Evening Appointment TunelnOn"KGLO' / Wolf's Melody Time EVERY DAY 8:30 TO 9 A. M. wK^iSJ^^-JtimSKWW t:.

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