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February 24, 1931

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 10

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10 1'KISKUHltI 24 1831 CRUISER SAILS FOR PERU PORT jShip to Enforce Closing of City, Now in Hands of Rebels. LIMA, Peru, Feb. 24. LT-- The Peruvian cruiser Bolognesi has Bailed for Mollendo to enforce the closing of, that city, which is the port for Arequipa, now in the hands of army insurgents. The vessel left last night under orders from the ministry of the navy: The newspaper La Prensa announced today that more than 400 former service men of 1,600 called to arms by provisional President Sanchez Cerro have reported for army duty in Lima. The reserves were called out because of the revolt in southern Peru. HERO CHOOSES FILM BEAUTIES Bravest of Men in Hollywood Selects Six Most Beautiful. LOS ANGELES, Feb. 2-1. OP-Cecil Beaton, London painter, has Income known to his friends as the bravest man in Hollywood. Beaton chose six film girls who, he! said, were the most beautiful in motion pictures. Beaton said he selected the girls to feature a book on beauty which he is writing. Here they are his choices with his reasons: M a r l e n e Dietrich: Because Michael Angelo alone could duplicate her. Norma Shearer: Because she is a lovely, simple, country woman, whom sophistication has not spoiled. Greta Garbo: Because she is absolutely mad; and being absolutely mad, is therefore ethereal. Lilyan Tashman: Because she is a Grecian goddess, deserving full marks for her nose and hips; she has one of the most divine forms in the world. Marion Davies: Because she is GO WAY AND LET ME SLEEP! This little fellow isn't a bit interested in the fact that he arrlvfirt in tho world two months eariyi weighing only 24 ounces. He merely sleeps and sleeps. He Is Harvey L,ouis Hunter of Kansas City, Mo, Photo shows the baby In the hands of Dr. Richard H. Simmons. The fattier is in the background. the vitally alive type of young American girl. Ina Claire: Because she is in reality a Marie Laurencin painting. She is a gorgeous almond, typifying the acme of gayety, laughter and youth. Visit at Osnge. OSAGE--Mr. and Mrs. Leon Keegan of Waterloo have made" a visit at the William Wolf home enroutc to Minneapolis on their wedding trip. Mrs. Keegan,'. nee Frances Wolf, was a resident of-Little Cedar until two years ago, attending Osagc high school one year of that time. Sing at Algona. ALGONA--Mrs. W. F. Ingraham, soprano and Miss Ellis Bracke, organist of Mason City, gave a musical program at the Congregational church Sunday afternoon. Play to Be Repeated. MELTONVILLE--The play "Station Y Y Y Y" presented by seven young folks for the M. E. Sewing circle was much enjoyed. The young folks will give the play again Tuesday night at Northwood hall. Student Comes Home. BRI3TOW -- Lee C. Richards, a student at Minneapolis, came Friday for a visit with his parents here. A schoolmate, Stanley Bowers, of Kansas City, accompanied him. They- returned to their school duties Monday. « Is Junior Secretary. ALGONA -- lola Lehman spent Saturday and Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arfdrew Lehman, lola is secretary for the Junior Chamber of Commerce in Des Moines. HUNDREDS VIEW MILWAUKEE GAR New Equipment Part of Service Offered North Iowa; Schedules Change. Several hundred persons gathered at the Milwaukee station Tuesday forenoon to view the all-steel train and the luxurous limousine parlor car which is one of the features of the new service instituted by the Chicago, 'Milwaukee, St. Paul and Pacific railroad company in North Iowa this week. The car on exhibition was a combination-lounge and dining coach of all-steel construction. The interior was finished^in dark close-grained woods. Lighting fixtures and equipment were, modern in design. Heavy carpets covered the floor. The seats were deeply upholstered. c Kitchen Is Marvel. The dining room of the car was modern in appointment and lu^ur- ously equipped. The tables were covered with linen and silver was laid ready for service. The kitchen, a marvel in compactness was between the dining room and the lounge. Heating on the car is handled by thermostatic control. All the services of a modern train are provided. The car is carried on train No. 3 which 1 takes care of service both in and out of Chicago. Breakfast, luncheon and dinner will he served on the cafe-parlor car. Exhibited Here. Another exhibition of fine rolling stock was made Tuesday Afternoon when a train stopped here from 1:30 o'clock until 3:30 o'clock for exhibition purposes. New Milwaukee schedules incorporate a radical change designed for the convenience of North Iowa residents, railroad officials said. The changes made on the Iowa and Dakota division are only part of improvements made over the entire System, officials declared. AT THE HOSPITALS Mrs. C. J. Tullefson, Maddock/N. Dak., was admitted to Park hospital for treatment Monday. Mrs. Glen Sandy, Portland, waa admitted to Mercy hospital for treatment Monday. Floyd Agler, Thornton, waa admitted to Mercy hospital for treatment Monday. Mrs. George Klesel, Garner, lel'L Mercy hospital with her infant son Monday. But a^ great man never is loo busy to hear you tell what a wonder he is.--Cedar Rnpids Gazette. Collections If your place of business is within a radius of 75 miles of Mason City, we are in a position to give your Collections the best attention possible, if sent to SECURITY COLLECTION BUREAU The largest Collection Agency located with offices in tha ·territory, devoted exclusively to Retail and Professional accounts. The benefits accruing, in placing your accounts witli bonded collectors, are self- evident. RATES REASONABLE SAFETY ASSURED PHONE I" SECURITY COLLECTION BUREAU - 131J/Z East State Street Mason City, town Your $ Is KING FOR A DAY! Mason CHy's'fluarlcrly dollar day is Thursday, Feb. 26. At Gildners this is always a SUPER-VALUE event! - A l l these specials are new merchandise. x DOLLAR DAY ONLY Rayon Socks First quality fancy Eiffel socks. Made to sell for 35c. For Dollar Day only. 23c 5 Pair $1.00 Boys' Golf Hose Fancy lisle golf hose of fine, firm quality. Brsmd new soft- colored patterns. Heels find toea are soundly reinforced. 4 pair $1.00 Boys* Knickers Wool golf knickers in good patterns. Plenty of blouse to them ·--some with elastic leg bands. Dollar Day only. $1.00 Introducing Gildners Tall Corn Overalls or Jackets 95c All sizes. Regular 2:20 weight denim, full cut, triple stitched. The greatest overall value in Iowa. Our regular 1931 price. DOLLAR DAY ONLY Men's Work Shirts Genuine Amoskeag- chambray, full cut work shirts. Triple stitched, pull-over style. For Dollar Day only. 3 for $1.00 Pajamas Universal, first quality, standard cut, guaranteed fast colors, elastic waistband. Pullover or coat style. For doUar day only. $1.00 Hand-Made Ties i New t silk lined, silk crepe ties, all hand made. A real opportunity for Dollar Day only. 2 for $1.25 Handkerchiefs ! White, full size, high count, cotton handkerchiefs. A sensational value for Dollar Day only. 1 dozen 69c Boys' Sweaters All woo], fancy cricket sweaters. Goo,d patterns "in slip-over style. The unusually low price is for dollar day only. $1.25 Boys' Blouses Model, fast color, button-on blouses. Made with yoke, sleeve facings, lined collar and cuffs. Neat patterns. Dollar Day only. 2 for $1 Boys' Shirts ^ Shirts and Junior shirts. Carefully tailored, good quality pearl buttons, lined collar and cuffs. Launders beautifully. For Dollar Day only. 2 for $1.25 Get to Know YOU CAN DEPEND OH A CILDNER STORE Tune in on WMT Friday at 12:35--You may get a free tie PEOPLES GAS ELECTRIC COMPANY P. G. AND E. 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