Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on February 28, 1931 · Page 4
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Mason City, Iowa
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Saturday, February 28, 1931
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11 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE HOW W O U L D YOU PLAY THESE HANDS? -- $ 1 5 0 . o o IN P R I Z E S i I SEE THE Announcement of the Tyler-Ryan Furniture Co., expansion and improvement campaign, in Monday's Globe- Gazette. Tyler-Ryan Furniture Co. 215 North Federal A Now Spring Tally and Place Cards Universal Self-Pronouncing Dictionary--1061 pages. New readable type. Flexible binding. Finest up-to-date dictionary ever offered for the money--only $1.00. NOW. Yelland Hanes * niONE 400 A v "De Kaye" Hosiery For Every Occasion Winning The Hearts of Women A V CALL PUTH FIAJMBING HEATING J. C. Path Co, I'HONE 989 M KNESEL FOR ALL FORMS OF INSURANCE A A* TIME TO RE-DECORATE! Apply TWIN-TONE Flat Wall Paint In your home now: It can't be beat for all around satisfaction. Come In for a color card and let us help you with your paint problems. MANNING BROS. Paint, Wall I'aper, Class and S appll es $2 East State Phone 030 PLAIN SILK DRESSES $1.25 MARSHALL For Your BRIDGE LUNCHEON Pure linen Luncheon table cloth 54x54 inches and 6 nankins to match. special Sears, Roebuck Co. 14 First St. N. W. $1.00 A A Clever styled, high · quality dresses--priced at $5 $10 $£5 our specialty. See the new'Spring Creations! HOLLYWOOD FROCKS First Door North of Palace Theater " 1 NORTH IOWA'S Largest Meat Market. MONDAY SPECIAL Ring Bologna Pork Steak 12c Young Beef Steak 14'xi c BUEHLER EROS. 214 S. Federal Ave. Phone 916 * Happy Home You should keci your cnftl supply . replenished whether ynu have Immediate need for It or not. It Js one sure ivny of a happy home, Chapin-Q'Heil Coal Co. Pliono ICDG 303 So. Blon. You can't' lose if you carry your INSURANCE in the Bankers Life Co. Bagley-Beck Bldg. Phone SOS A A* WHEN YOU'BUY THAT DIAMOND . . . remember that you will wear it for a lifetime. You must be. sure of its quality . . . if you purchase it here you will have that assurance. W. H. POTTS, Jeweler 12 E. State A TO BE SUCCESSFUL.. LOOK THE PART.. GOOD CLOTHES W SPECIAL ON STANDARD f MAKE TIKES 29x5.00 Tiro $4.95 30x4.50 Tire 5.69 29x4.40 Tire 4.95 30x5.00 Tire 7.50 MULLIGAN SON 113 W. State America's Greatest Clothing Value Harvey Bros. CLOTHES, $23.50 "ED" FINNEGAN. Prop. 105 Sou Hi Federal FOLKS! The Newest -- The Best "SHERMAN HOUSE SPECIAL" Luxus Ice Cream You'll love its goodness and delight with the new flavor. Try some . . . now! E. E. HIGLEY CO. Phone 115-116 HIGH TEST GAS At LOW TEST PRICE Seasonable Gasoline ISBELL Oil Co. 2S01 S. Federal 118 N. Com'l Clever Bridge Tallies Damon's are now showing distinctive ideas in Tallies. They're new! Nothing like them ever shown in Mason City. A type for every oc pas ion. See them in the Gift Shop. DAMON'S, Inc. "The Cheerful Service Store" Complete Stock of Silver Patterns 1847 Rogers Bros., Holmes and Ed- tvarda, Orchid Pattern, Fontaine Pattern WATCHES DIAMONDS. 3 West State Prize Winning Opportunities Are Offered Every I I I D G E FIRESIDE FUEL CO. Phono 888 Before It's Too Late More Popu The New VIC n Year 'Round Zephyrs yard STERLING for this springtime weather INDEPENDENT GRAIN FUEL CO. Phone 490 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE WATCH THE GLOBE-GAZETTE For Announcement BIG WASHER SALE PEOPLES GAS AND ELECTRIC CO. P. G. E. For Better Appliances Have You Seen New York Fashion Shop's New Spring Dresses They are arriving daily! Colors - , . Style . , " Quality New York Fashion Shop 15 So. Federal Ave. First National Bank Mason City Affiliated With Northwest Bancorporation IOWA STATE BRAND BUTTER Makes the World's Mouth Water Iowa State Brand Creameries PHCNE 600 For a Bundle o£ Sutlsfactlon LYONS LAUNDERERS AND DRY CLEANERS 21O North Delaware Phone 788 or 789 LADIES SILK COAT Try Our HOME MADE BREAD BAKERY 310 N. FEDERAL Early Spring Showing of LADIES HATS $1.69 ,o $2.98 J. C. PENNEY CO. 20-24 Ka. Fcilrrnl Ave. A Currie-Van Ness Go's. Sensational Washer Sale Now In Progress The new VOSS .. . The world's lowest priced quality washing machine! 559.!)5. Sec it at our store! Currie-Van Ness Co. 11 N. Federal Ave. Phono 17 8 ** Yum . . . Yum! They're Sure Good!! Purity Bakery's FRESH PASTRIES Have You Tried Them? PURITY BAKERY 216 S. Federal Ave. Quality . Style . Service Fuels Only--Truth Always .TACQUETTES are the hit oC the hour. Girls love them. See them and wear them. While they arc new. ,,$7.95 $9.50 $13.50 YOUR HEW SPRING CLOTHES ARE AT GILDNER Myei I Phone 919 .1" rrs PHONE IDEAL AMERICAN LAUNDRY Betty Jane's New Spring FROCKS d»1 r Exclusively «p 1 3 114 North Feclcsrul 8 The International Line Consisting of sizes ranging from % to 5 ton heavy" duty trucks. Covers every need for transportation. International Harvester Company of America SALES AND SERVICE 2S fith St. S. E. Phono 20 mm HAVE YOU TRIED OUR NEW LAUNDRY - Phone 495 KLASSY KLEANERS LaundKrers and Dry Cleaners Mali' WXXMe.m:s O U T F I T T E R S 101 North Federal JWASON CITY SPECIAL 2 pounds of fjn Nash Coffee I £ C Olive Oil Complexion Soap, 6 bars 25c SAM RAIZES DEPARTMENT STORE Open Evenings 315 S. Federal Phone A LIFE LONG TREASURE OF BEAUTY, DURABILITY, AND WASHING EFFICIENCY. That amply describes the SPEED QUEEN WASHER . . . and It may be (f« p ft had at a ly"** saving BOOMHOWER-STREETER 113 N. Fed. Phone 142 FREE Bridge Score Pads can be obtained at our office, f i f t h floor First National Bank BIdg. No obligation. G. S. AVERY SON THE INSURANCE SERVICE PHONE 357 w. G. BLOCK Co. REI ASH SMOKELESS COAL \ Miss Eleanor Donaldson Kickernick Stylist will be at Merkel's Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday to show why Kickernick is the perfect fitting garment. The Merkel Co. * ** 9 2 * ** ^V O: To Be Chic ... Wear Spring Shoes NOW Stevens Shoe Co. 305 North Federal Ave. the GLOBE ~ GAZETTE WANT AD COLUMNS 'f W.J.'j' Dependable Pi * Heating Phone 955 For Fine Building Materials MASON CITY Builders Supply Co. 231 Seventh Street N. E. A S We Repair Eaves Troughs and Down Spouts. Prepare for spring rains by having them repaired FUEL AND FURNACE CO. I'll. 441 147 Fourth St. S. W. 2 DEPENDABLE TRANSPORTATION IN ALL SORTS OF WEATHER To insure comfortable, unhurried shopping--plan to use the street cars. Mason City and Clear Lake Railroad Co. ASH P R I Z E S FOR RAINBOW CAFE "The Cafe With a Conscience" 130 N. Federal Appetizing dinners, ample in quantity, high in quality--35c is our highest price. Juicy steaks and short orders a specialty. *! THE STORK OUR BIRTHDAY SALE ENDS MARCH 15 SprclAl oJferlnjcrt, and oxcrpllnnnl val- itm t h a t n h n u t d bn taken udvuiUuge nf Irirtiir ortr 2Rth ftirtfirtny Hiita. BRADY DRUG CO. 3 Wiitcih for tlm umioimcemeiit of new Spring Clothing iiml f u r n i s i n g s :it the n e w I,o\v Level of Prices. RAY E. PRUSIA CO. lOfl S. Federal Plinno 8!IO SCORES Reproduced on these two pages are four bridge hands; the top is SOUTH or Dealer; tho second, WEST, nt dealer's left; the third, NORTH, dealer's partner, and tho fourth, EAST, at dealer's right. The play Is at regular AUCTION BRIDGE. Dealer bids . . . others In rotation. This Is the first of a series of twelve bridge bands that will bo offered to readers of Tho Mason City Globe- Gazette, different hands appearing in this newspaper each Saturday for twelve weeks, starting- Saturday, February 7. Tho contest Js open to everyone, except employes o* The Mason City GIobe-Qazetto and their families. To the contestants ranking the highest scores In the twelve games played, $125 in CASH prizes will bo awarded. Please read these rules carefully so that no misunderstanding will ensue. 1--Hands are to be played with ordinary playing cards or you may cut out tho cards reproduced above, being careful to keep the hands arranged and tho cards distributed as they appear on these pages. 2--In bidding, there is to ho no doubling. S--Special Tally sheets are to be used in keeping scores, and these tally sheets are issued FREE to contestants nnd can be obtained only from the firms co-operating in this contest. There are no obligations of any kind and contestants can procure as many tally sheets as they desire just for tno asking. A different tally sheet Is to he used each week. Each tally sheet should be properly numbered and properly dated, hearing the date on which tho bunds played, appeared in the Globe-Ga/.ettc. Go to any of tho firms represented on these two pages each weolt, nnd they will he pleased to give you a tally sheet for the game, to be played that week. A DOUBLE-FEATURE CONTEST-- $150 IN CASH PRIZES Bridge Contest with the following cash prizes for winners making the highest score: fcfll t. i« First feature FIRST PRIZE ......... _ ....... _____________ ............... -- ................... .._ ........... .'. ........... ........ ........... _ ......... . _____ ..... $50.00 SECOND PRIZE ...... ....................... .... ........... ...... ......... . ................................................................. _H 2s!()0 THIRD PRIZE ................... _______ ..... .......... . ........................................................... , ................................... 15.00 FOURTH PRIZE ............................ ,, ............ _._.... ........... _. ............. ,, ..... . ............................................... 10.00 FIFTH to NINTH PRIZES, each ..... ,,. ........ _.:. ................... ................... ____________ ......... ....... 5.00 L SECOND FEATURE OF CONTEST--To the three individuals presenting the largest number of bona fide cash Bales slips (receipts for cash purchases) obtained from the firms represented" above during the contest period, 12 weeks starting Saturday, February 7, cash prizes will be awarded. Sales slips must be mado out ! to contestant and each contestant entering a group of sales slips must accompany same with a full set of , twelve tally sheets, one for each week of tho Bridge contest. Whether the tally sheets are filled out or not, ! tho following cash prizes will bo awarded: JLnrgcst number of sales slips $12.50 Second largest number of sales slips $7.60 Third largest number of sales slips $5.00 To win n prizo in this second feature of tho contest, the twelve tally sheets may bo filled out anil cntereil lor a Bridge Game prize, first feature of this contest, or they may be entered In blank. You may enter either feature of this contest, or both. If you do not play bridge, you may cntnr the second pbaso of (he contest ami try to win one of the three cash "sales stlp" prizes. This double-feature contest v makes it possible for everyone to enter. Every reader of the Globe-Gazette may becomo u contestant. 4--Write neatly and concisely just how you played your hand. This is very Important and In case of ties, tho manner in outlining tho play of hand will determine the winners. There is a special place for writing the outline of play on the Tally Sheet. · 5--Do NOT send In single tally sheets . . . wait until you have all twelve, then wrap neatly, and bring, send or mail to The Mason City Globe-Gazette, addressed to the BRIDGE CONTEST EDITOR. Out of town-contestants can obtain weekly tally sheets by writing any of the advertisers represented nbove. The Bridge Contest Editor of The, Mason City Glolpo-Onzetle will be pleased to trivc contestants any additional Information regarding the contest, at any time. Improve your Bridge Ity entering this contest now. fi--Selection of winners will be made by three judges, Auction Bridge Authorities, who will bo sclectea by Tho Mason City Globe-Gazette, Tho decisions of these judges on all points in the contest will ho final. The best possible defense must be mado against the bidding hands In each problem and tho accepted conventions of Auction Bridge must IMS observed. Contestants agree to accept tho decisions of tho judges as final In nil particulars. This applies to bidding of tho hands as well as tho piny. 1 --Tbls entcrlnlnln^' and p r o f i t a b l e contest b:is bci-n miulo [possible by the co- niitrrutiun of Ilic advertisers whose Himminnrmcnts :ij;ic;ir on tlicsi^ ;:a;rc:i. UeitilnrK or The Musnn f ' i l y Globe-Gsr/.elle -'x- c.'nrnl I« sent them closi-ly. COPYRIGHT rj:iO

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