Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on February 27, 1931 · Page 10
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 10

Mason City, Iowa
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Friday, February 27, 1931
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10 KELLER GIVEN 5 YEAR TERM Four Persons Are Admitted to Citizenship in Osage Court. OSAGB, Feb. 27.--The February term of court opened with Judge M. H. Kepler presiding. The grand jury indicted Henry H. Roller on i, a statutory charge who Thursday morning was sentenced to a term pot to exceed five years in the penitentiary at Fort Madison. The grand jury was excused Wednesday. Of the seven applicants for citizenship four were admitted: Anton Pajer of Mitchell, Axel Kristian and Henry Hansen of St. Ansgar and Johannes Pederson of Osage. Mrs. Alida Poncheele of Osage was denied citizenship for a period of five year's because of violation of liquor laws, with the privilege of starting- over at the end of that time . · if she can show a record of circumspect living. Rudolph Kaman of Mitchell has his admission delayed for proof of further- term of residence a* She federal law has been changes from proof of a five year term of residence to seven years. John Klobertanz of Osage took out his second papers, his final hearing being February, 1932. ROAD PROGRAM GIVEN APPROVAL Much Graveling and Grading Planned by Winnebago County Officials. FOREST CITY, Feb. 27.--The Winnebago county supervisors and the county engineer, Gerald Jones, together with a representative of the trustees of each township approved the county road program for the coming year. Nineteen and a half miles of graveling a nd 11% miles of grading will be done on the county roads this year. Lincoln township is to have the road on the north side of section 10 graveled and grading done on the three miles between sections 18 and 19, 17 and 18, and 10 and 11. Eden township-is to have, grading done on. the road between sections 33 and 34, and 21 and 22. Logan township is to have grading done between sections 22 and 23 and a half mile between sections 26 and 27. Norway township is to have graveling done on the road between sections 24 and 25 and a half mile in section 13. Buffalo township is to have graveling done between sections 3 and 4, 9 and 10 and 15 and 16. Newton township is to have graveling done between sec- "tfcv.d 3 and 10 and 2 and 3 and a half mile between 2 and 11. Center township is to have grading done between sections 21 and 22 and graveling done along the south side- of sections 31, 32. and 33. Forest township is to have the road between sections 16 and 21 graded and graveled. Grading is. to be done a half mile in section 27 and graveling will be done on half mile stretches between sections 20 .and 21 and 28 and 29. Linden township will have the road graded between sections 11 and 12, and 10 and 11. Mount-Valley township will have grading done between sections 28 and 29, and graveling done on the north side of sections 4, 5 and 6. Grant township will not have any work done this year as this year's,-allotmetn -was spent in road improvements last season.' Students of Nashua - Take Two Firsts in Declamatory Contest NASHUA, Feb. 27.--At the state preliminary declamatory contest 'held at Nashua Wednesday night Dotty McCulloch, Nashua won first in humorous and' Burdett Briner, Plainfield, was second; Alice Coates, Nashua was first in oratorical anJ Harold Lenius, Waverly, was sec- j ond; Frederick Feldman, Waverly. ' was first in dramatic and Gardya Troutner, Nashua, was second. Supt. P. C. Lapham, Charles City, Supt. V. J. Moore, New Hampton, and Supt. L. H. Davis, Greene, acted as judges. Council at Greene to Buy New Fire Engine GREENE, Feb. 27.--At a meeting of the town council i£ was decided to purchase an American LaFrance G. M. C. type 99 fire engine, a triple combination pumper with Foaraite generator, which will coat approximately $5,800. The fire company of Ottumwa will demonstrate here in the near future the same type of engine. Engineers of the LaFrance company will also he here to assist in the demonstration. Many out of town subscriptions have already been received and $1,000, proceeds of a vacant lot owned by the town of Greene, has been deposited in the fire fund. House Damaged by Fire. HAMPTON, Feb. 27.--Fire was discovered in the house belonging ' to Mrs. Annabel Overman Wednes- ; day evening. The fire department ' responded to the call and the blaze was confined to the attic. Only a small amount of damage was done. ', Cedar Rapids Hears Menzia. CEDAR RAPIDS, Feb. 27. (UP) --Armando Menzfa, Cuban member of the secretariat at the league of nations, was here today to address the Cedar Rapids world court committee. Menzia was also scheduled to address a meeting- at Coe college. MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE FEBRUARY 27 Saturday Is the Last Day The Spring Coat Season Is On v . . THE VALUES ARE SO IRRESISTIBLE! Spongy F a b r i c s-Fur trimmed or/plain $ 15 and *25 vv Saturday Is the Last Day One black coat, badger collar, size 18, formerly §45, now One bliick coat, black caracul collar and cuffs, size 16, formerly $59.75, now One skipper blue coat with huge collar and cuffs of grey caracul, size 16, t«JC ft A formerly §69.75, now .......... «P It J ·" w One tnn coat with raccoon shawl d*O/f * collar, size 16, formerly $65 ..... V J^T. One grey coat with caracul collar and cuffs, It's seldom that so -early a showing of spring coats brings such instant response. But seeing them gives one the reason why. The materials, a distinct departure from other seasons, combined with the new silhouette with its high belted waistline--its fitted and " flared effect--the scarf--and other .touches new this season--all give these coats their dashing yputhfulness. The prices are the biggest surprise of all. Clearance of Winter Coats $8.95 Sports and dress types, belted and straight line, tweeds, mixtures, chinchillas'and plain broadcloths. Many are fur trimmed--all are silk lined. Sizes 14 to 44. Priced far below cost. IMERKEL'S SECOND FLOOR size 14, formerly §29.75, now $15.00 $19.75 One tan coat with wolf shawl collar and cuffs, size 16, formerly $65, now One sports cont with huge raccoon collar, size 42, formerly §59.75, now Spring Wash Frocks $ j .79 Never-before have we been able to offer such lovely styles, fine quality materials and well fitting wash frocks as during this Anniversary Celebration. Saturday is the last day at this price so be sure to get your share then. After that they will be $1.98. MERKEL'S SECOND FLOOR Rayon Robes $O.98 2 Black backgrounds with bold, gayly colored flowers and bordered with a Rlain color--others of brocaded rayon in pastel shades and black. They're unbelievable values! MERKEL'S SECOND FLOOR Queen Quality Shoes, $3.95 A sensational value in fine shoes made to sell regularly at $8.50. Fresh, new styles for spring bought specially for this event. Pumps, ties, straps and sports oxfords. How can you pass such an offer? MERKEL'S FIRST FLOOR Notions Sanitary Aprons of gum rubber, each Bcltints Sanitary Napkins, 12 in box, 2 boxes Negligee Girdles in flesh only, several styles, materials and widths, special at Sew-on garters in flesh, 9 and 12 inch, pair Children's Hickory Garters, sizes · 12, in black or · white, pair Just-rite waist and garters Dress Shields, of rubber covered with nainsook, pair Garment Bags of heavy art ticking with slide fasteners Garment Bags of heavy cretonne, each Shoe Bags, 12- pocket size Laundry Bags with stick Scissors in several sizes Whisk Brooms at Lingerie Tape, at, yard Mercerized C I O Rlc Rac O yds. IOC Toilet Pins, SOD count, package Hair Pins-of celluloid in grey or amber, special at.. Hair Pin Cabinets White Rubber Combs, each Ironing Board Pad and Cover Cheese Cloth in · OC 5-yard package £t) C Shoe Cabinet with four drawers d» i and washable surface v ·*· Merkel's First Floor 24c 45c several 89c 23c 3 2 to 23c 45c 19c 2.50 89c 43c 43c 54c 19c ..8c 8c 8c 8c .. 8c 50c Carter's Pajamas $1.69 REGULARLY S2.93 Tuck-in two-piece pajamas of fine quality rayon in orchid, coral, Chinese blue, red and black trimmed with contrasting colors. Small, medium and large sizes. Carter's Bloomers 79c REGULARLY $1.5(1 Of non-run rayon made with yoke front and cuff or elastic knee. In peach, pink and champagne. Slightly irregulars. Small, medium and large sizes. Silk Undies $1.95 REGULARLY §2.95 Of fine French crepe elaborately trimmed with imported laces--your choice of panties, dancettes, teddies and fitted slips. In white, flesh, tea rose and light blue. All sizes.. Slips $1.79 Of 'rayon crepe and snorts satin, tailored tops and shadow hems. Dark ana light shades. Sizes 34 to 44. Regularly $2.25 and $2.98. Kickernicks $1.49 Fancy rayon panties with applique in.contrasting color, rayon combrazeres with elastic knee, crepe bloomers and cuff knee panties. Broken sizes in pink and peach shades. Formerly priced up to ?3.95. Carter's Gowns $1.49 First quality rayon gowns in V-neck style and daintily appliqued. In peach, nile, pink, light blue and dahlia. Sizes 15, 16 and 17. Regularly priced at ?1.95. IttEUKEL'S FIRST FLOOR (-. ?-" BUNTE CANDY Bunte Hand Boiled Maple Nut Chocolates, lb 49c Bvmte Chocolate Cinnamon Sticks, lb G9c Buute Hand Rolled Milk Nougats, lb. 4Bc Bunte Chocolate Butter Crisps, lb 49c Bunte Coradova Milk Vanilla Chocolates, lb Bunte Tingalings, lb Bunte Supermints, It) Bunte Crunches, lb Merkel's First Floor .49c .G9c .69c .49c SALE OF BEDDING Comforters, $4.50 Wool filled comforters of good quality with sateen covering in green, orchid, blue and rose. Reversible. Part Wool Blankets, $3.29 Part wool blankets in block plaids and sateen binding. Double. In blue, rose and tan. Size 74x84. Part Wool Blanket, $2.75 In attractive plaids and plain colors. Single. Size 66x80. Rayon Spreads, $3.98 Rayon bed spreads in green, orchid, rose and blue. Size 86x105. Scalloped edge. Cotton Spreads, $2.98 Attractive modernistic and colonial designs in blue, rose, green, yellow and orchid. Size 84x105. Also some rayon spreads at the same price. Rayon Spreads, $4.98 Fine quality rayon spreads in floral designs finished with scalloped edges. Size 86x105. In blue, rose, orchid, maize, and green. 81x99 Pequot Sheets §1.49 72x90 Pequot Sheets Sl-39 63x99 Pequot Sheets $1.35 9-4 .Pequot Sheeting, y a r d . . . . ,42c Pequot Pillow Cases, 42x36, each 35c Pequot Pillow Tubing, 42 inch, yard. . 3le Lincoln Sheets, size 81x99, at 8He Merkel's Economy Basement Rayon Pajamas, $1.49 In the new style that is so well likes--all in one piece with belt. In new spring colors. Rayon Undies, 39c Bloomers, chemise, panties and vests of splendid quality ·_rayon and cut full. An opportunity to save real money. Rayon Hose, Pair 33c Splendid quality, dull sheer rayon hose with French heel and cradle foot. Complete range of new spring shades in sizes 8' to 10. Ladies' Gowns, 49c In fast colors in beautiful designs, hand worked. One of our outstanding values. Boys' Shirts and Blouses, 49c Of good quality prints, all fast color and new spring patterns. Full cut. Buy them Saturday and you'll save money. Rag Rugs, 98c Old fashioned rag ruga, size 27x54 inches,. with fringed ends. 750 PAIRS OP PURE SILK HOSE pr-67 Priced to make them one of our outstanding specials Full fashioned, of pure silk, slender French heel and with cradle foot which insures long wear. Very slightly irregulars from our most popular silk hose and the irregularities wjll appear cither in the top hem or the foot--the leg of the stocking being perfect. The irregularities are not. holes but slight misweavea that are difficult to find. Silk Scarfs, 98c In beautiful new ascot style and popular chiffon squares. A new scarf will be essential to your new spring outfit. Muslin Slips, 49c White slips, easily laundered and so desirable for home wear. Wash Frocks and Pajamas, 98c Princess Peggy--in unusual patterns and styles. Another if yours fades. Ladies' Dresses, $5.95 Chic styles in Mile and knit dresses just received. Gay prints, plain crepes and knitted dresses in a large assortment. Spring Neckwear, 25c So inexpensive, yet it goes so far toward making an old dress look like new. Curtain Special, 79c Most any type of curtain you desire is included in this group. Buy them now-spring housecleaning time is near.

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