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March 2, 1931

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

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^ ·vl r f: j it 10 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE Ji-SS^ PAY DAY WEEK SPECIALS Nash, Folger's, Hills Bros., Butternut PAILS White enamel with blue OQ or green trim, 75c value tJ*f C Galvanized, 25c value... MATCHES, 6 boxes . . . . 15c 15c TUBES 30 x 3H 59c 29 x 4.40 69c BULK COFFEE Fresh Ground--30c Grade 1 pound ,', 20c 3 pounds ............ 55c GOOD BROOMS Each, only .,........-..' 35c 50c value · FLOUR . 1 Occident, 49 Ibs. $1.75 I. H. or Omar, 49 Ibs. 51,49 Guaranteed, 49 Ibs.. .$1.15 Corn Flakes or PostToasties 15c size . .10c With a purchase at $2 or over, groceries not CRACKERS 2-pound caddy, crisp and fresh Box, lOc size BUTTER Best Grade Creamery 25c With a purchase of §2 or over, groceries not irtoludciL LAUNDRY SOAP OVERALLS Men's 220 Denim Overalls, Bib or Pant Style. · §1 value 77c Same in Boys' ^ 55c Extra heavy 220-Bliie'' Denim, High Grade Make. ?1.50 Values Reduced to $1.10 MEN'S WORK SHIRTS 50c grade ; 39c 60c grade , 49c 95c grade 69c MEN'S DRESS SHIRTS 69c Genuine broadcloth, all sizes, large assortment of colors... BRICKYARD MITTENS 75c grade ... . ...... . . ...... ....... ...... 69c For work or dress, 3 pairs. . . ". . .'. .......... 25c COTTON GLOVES 10c grade, : pair . . ; . . . . ................ . . 7c OILCLOTH Nice patterns, 25c grade, yard. . . . ......... 15c Table patterns, 56 inches wide, 69c grade. . . 48c FREE Hundreds of dollars worth of merchandise will be given away absolutely free during PAY DAY WEEK. FREE A good cap with each boy's suit with 2 pants, or Overcoat at sale price ot FREE \ $3.98 §4.98 $6.98 $7.98 $9.85 Sizes 5 to 18 - A Man's Dress Cap With Each Man's , Suit or Overcoat at Our Sale Price of FREE $9.85 $12.85 $16.85 $19.85 $22.50 With One or Two Pants FREE . A Pair of Hose with each pair of Shoes at $2.98 or over. Men's or Women's. Children's, $1.08 and up. FREE A Water Tumbler with each pound of Sam Raizes Coffee at 35c per pound; FREE One package of Dina- Mite Breakfast OC- ZDC food with one for FREE 1 lb. Butter with a purchase of $10 or more. Groceries Not Included. FREE 25 pounds of Sugar with a purchase of $25.00 or more--groceries not included. FREE A''50c Tie with each Dress Shirt at the sale price of $1.69 or ovjer. FREE A lOc BAR OF SOAP FREE if you buy three bars for 25c. Snow Bird Polish Mop with handle, 39c grade 25c We pay 16c for Eggs FREE A glass cereal set, 2 pieces, with tho purchase of 2 packages o{ Whole Wheat Bran for. 25c Hundreds of other bargain^ in our Various Departments which space does not permit us to mention. SAM RAIZES i DEPARTMENT 1 STORE 215 SOUTH FEDERAL AVE. OPEN EVENINGS PHONE 434 MARCH 2 1931 Peaches or Pears No. 2'/ 2 25c grade :. 19c 5 cans '....,... 90q BREAD Fresh Daily 16 oz. white loaves..... 5c CHECK FOR KISSES NOT ENOUGH y Because "a girl can't be expected to live on kisses," June Day, Chicago night cfcib hostess and actress, has sent a lawyer to see her 1 ornaer- husband, Kenneth Jopp, scion of a prominent Boston family, to obtain a real check. She says Jopp gave her a check for "1,000,000 Kisses," then divorced her. Miss Day was known as Frances Holden on the British and American musical comedy stage, a few years ago. Photo shows Miss Day and Jopp when they still were happily married. At Mason City's THEATERS "Sit Tight," starring VVinnt LJghtner and Joe E. Brown, will continue! thru Tuesday at the Pal ace. Winnie is the slap-'em-down and-leave-'em-lay physician of health resort--heaven help the pa 'Merits--and Joe is Jojo the Tiger 'hero (to hear him tell it) of man;, fistic encounters--and an admirer of beauty,-as the lady inmates can testify. In the same building is the office of a middle-aged millionaire Dunlap, who has a .pretty daughter, Sally, who, thru her dad, gets a better job for Tom Weston, whom she loves. ·' Tom won't take the job because he hasn't earned it, and he and Sally quarrel and part. Winnie sees him coming', recognizes in his Adonis form the white hope 'for whom she has been looking-, hires him on the spot, and has him begin training for the champ. Sally hires a thiig to beat him up and discourage him. The hard guy lands on Jojb instead^ with, amusing results to all but Jbjo. 1 ."· " - · · · ~~9-- · · ..' · Artists are proud folk, and very seldoth do they step aside from their chor«.-i work with paints and brushes. In "The Easiest Way," however, the new. Constance,-Bennett M-G-M starring- vehicle; now at the Cecil theater, a famous American artist turns actor. -When scenes were required showing an artist drawing Constance Bennett for stocking ads, Francis Palmer Tilton was offered the job. Tilton is one of the best known artists in America. . having contributed to Vanity Fair, Vogue, Cosmopolitan ind scores of rotogravure 'sections. For several years he Was under exclusive Contract to draw advertisements for a large American silk company. The lure of the movies is .strong-indeed, so Tilton added grease-paint to his face and' appeared! before the camera. It is as m advertising model that Constance Bennett first meets Adolphe Men- iou, whose affair with her makes so dramatic the later scenes with the rnan whom she really loves, Robert Montgomery. --o--It Isn't accidental that most of the gangsters in "Little Caesar," First National's new, underworld melodrama, novy at the Strand theater, are men of small stature. According to Director Mervyn LeRoy, five of the 18 gangsters in "Little Caesar" are modeled directly from real-life gangsters whom he has studied. Edward G. Robinson is featured in the title role. George Stone,, William Collier, Jr., and Maurice Black are among the other actors who dp the "little" j,anster screen portraits. The big ganater, modeled on a real-life gunman is played by Ralph Ince. Sidney Blackmer has an important role not taken from life. Neither are the roles enacted by the romantic leads, Douglas Fairbanks, Jr., and Glenda Farrell, copied from actual persons. --o-Heralded as one of the most delightful light comedy treats of the season, "She's My Weakness," Radio Pictures' adptation of the successful New York stage hit "Tommy," opens Tuesday at the Iowa theater. The picture version features clever young Arthur Lake ad vivacious Sue Carol in the leading roles, arid their portrayal of two young lovers so typical of the present day is said to mark a new high spot in the careers of both. ''Hello Sister" with Olive Borden and Lloyd Hughes will .be presented at the Iowa theater for the last time Monday evening. First White,Person Dies FAIRFIELD, March 2. UP)--Mary Wright Harbour, 94, the first white person born in Jefferson county, lied Sunday at Lockrldge at the lome of her daughter, Mrs. Noah Wright. Four children survive. The 'uneral will be Tuesday. "A Harvard professor intends to reate 'a miniature earthquake." If ie ever tries anyth/ng like that in ian Francisco he will be arrested or uxaau Toledo. Many Changes Are Made on Farms in Aredale Vicinity AREDALE, March 2.--William Mahlstadt moved here and Ross Stllson started farming on tlia Mahlatadt farm. John McWilliams moved back to the old home farm. Hia son, Alfred, bought tha farm south of town and Delbert Whito moved in the tenant house on tho McWilliams farm. Harold Pencook rented his father's farm and Mr. and Mrs.' Penobok moved to their home here. Fred Sohreiver moved on the farm of Lee Cutler known a.3 the Brown farm, John Miller moved to a farm near Greene. Georg-e Hammond moved to the William Pringle farm and Homer Stilson moved on the farm vacated by Hammond. Ward Mason moved to his small farm. Eric Anderson will work on the William Miller farm and a family from Michigan moved on the-.Tilden farm where Andera lived. Erford Norman moved to a- farm near Roclfford and Leo Wilson moved to the farm vacated- by Norman. Albert Norman moved to a farm near Hanaell and Earl Harlan moved to the farm where Norman lived. A. S. Worley rented his farm to John Fredricha.ana Mr. and Mra. Worley moved".fb"ee^5F¥aus; Charles Zimmerman and .his brother Wilbert, exchanged farms as Charles nought the farm where Wilbert lived. Smidt Brothers moved away and Will Phillips moved in the I. R. Boyd tenant house: Steve Molen- camps moved to a" farm north of Swaledale and John Waggner moved to the Pete Kelt farm where Molen- camps had lived. John Christians moved to the R. D. Miller farm. SWANSON RITES TOBETUESDAY Woman Leaving 3 Sons anc 4 Daughters to Be Buried at Buffalo Center. THOMPSON, March 2. -- Mrs Nels Swanson, 62, who has been a patient at Irish hospital, Forest City, and died .Friday night, will be buried Tuesday afternoon. She was operated on for gallstones and this with complications, .caused her death.' She leaves a husband anc three sons and four daughters. The funeral will be at the M. E. church of Buffalo Center, the Rev. Belden Weikel officiating, assisted by the Rev. A. A. Howe, pastor of the M E. church, Buffalo Center. Burial will be made in the Olin Mound cemetery, Buffalo Center. Another Hurricane Is Sweeping South Seas SUVA, Fiji Islands, March 2. UP) --With reports that another hurricane was sweeping the Penang sugar district'north of Suva today, authorities announced 164 persona were known to have been killed in a storm last week. The death toll included five Europeans. Many were still missing. Daughter of Minister to Denmark Will Wed COPENHAGEN; Denmark, March - W)--In complicance with Danish law Miss Virginia Both, daughter of ;he American minister, tomorrow will go thru a civil marriage cere- money with William Dickeman Vogel of New York and Milwaukee, preliminary to tie religious ceremony Wednesday. [owa Couple, Married in . Indiana, Stick 74 Years "VTNTON, March 2. (3?)--When you get married in Indiana, you stay married a long time, according to Mr., and Mra. George Rcdington. Married in Greensburg, Ind., in 1857, they will celebrate their seventy-fourth anniversary tomorrow. Run-Down, Weak Nervous? . To have plenty of firm flesh and the ability to do a big day'swork and feel "like a two-year old" at night, you must eat three good meals a day, relish your food and properly digest it. If you can't eat, can't sleep, can't work, just give Tanlac the chance to do for you what it has done for millions. Mrs. Fred Westin, of 387 E. 57thSt. North, Portland, Ore., says: "Tanlac cured my stomach trouble completely after three years of suffering. It built me up to perfect health, with a gain, of 27 Ibs. That was two years ago, and I still enjoy the best of health." Tanlac is wonderful for indigestion and constipation--gas pains,- nausea, dizziness and headaches. It brings back lost appetite, helps you digest your food, and gain strength and weight. 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KELLY'S HARP ORCHESTRA OF OSAGE Will Play for the AMERICAN LEGION OLDTIME DANCE Saturday Night, March 7 AT THE ARMORY Admission Always 2Gc .New ventilating system now in operation. NOW! THRU TUESDAY Ifs Grand! A great stage play that . thrills to greater heights as a picture! Vivid Drama The frank, fearless drama of a woman sinned CONSTANCE BENNETT / in her greatest triumph "The Easiest Way" ROBERT MONTGOMERY -- ADOU'HE MENJOU CECIC HURRY--ONLY 2 MORE DAYS All Mason City ·· Is being- thrilled by this most daring new gangster star EDWARD G. ROBINSON as "Little Ceaser" --with-DOUGLAS FAIRBANKS, JR. GLENNA FAKRELI. SIDNEY BLACKMEK^WM. COLLIER, JK. -^"·The Gangster-eiassiCi^-.^ --.-"···--*. of -AH Times. RICO-- They couldn't get him with bullets --but they got him with LOVE. -- and this young gangster hid was her man. Her Kiss Dethrones The King of All Racketeers! Shows start at: 1:05-3-4:55-6:508:45. Last complete show starts at 9:01.- Last feature at 9:20. ALAC NOW PLAYING The Envoys of Joy Are Here Again With a Knockout The Queen of Comedy The Clown Prince of Fun WINNIE LIGHTNER and JOE E. BROWN in SIT TIGHT Comedy Cartoon News STARTS WEDNESDAY Evelyn Laye, John Boles . and Leon Errol in "ONE HEAVENLY NIGHT' li i

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