The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on March 19, 1936 · Page 13
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March 19, 1936

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 13

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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, MARCH 19 1936 THIRTEEN Pupils at Fertile Will Present Operetta Friday FERTILE--The children of the grades of the Fertile school will give a)i operetta called "Punch and Judy" Friday evening in the gym of the school building. EASTER PARADE OF SPRING MILLINERY Sailors, Great Waltz, Chesterfields, Homburgs, Godays, Rollers. FABRICS, FELTS, PEDALINES, ONION SKINS, ROUGH STRAW, SISALS Prices 88c to $1.98 Colors That Will Harmonize or Contrast With Your New Easter Outfit! GREYS, BLUES, SADDLE BROWN, COPEN, VIOLET, WHITE. Special for Friday and Saturday A wide color range in new felts and crepes. ©S All spring -shades .......................... ; 05l 1 . NEWBERRY CO " f " " ITl P TT * a*'* I" 1 '*'-'- UM SECRETARIES TO CONFER APRIL 19 AT OES MOINES Many Topics to Be Discussed at State Conference, Milligan Announces. The program for the annual spring conferer.ce of the Iowa Association of Commercial Organization Secretaries, to be held at the Hotel Savery, Des Moines April 19 and 20, was announced Thursday at the offices of Lester Milligan, secretary. The convention will open with a dinner Sunday evening, April 19, with George C. Mantor, Cherokee, president, presiding. The program will open with an address by Glen Eastburn, Omaha, president of the National association of Commercial Organization Secretaries. Discussion of social security legislation will be led by E. A. Kimball, Des Moines, and Fred Kleeberger, Clinton, will be in charge of the discussion on rackets. Leo Dailey, Spencer, and C. W. Bond. Burlington, will preside at the two breakfast meetings Monday, April 20. L. S. Hill, state WPA administrator, will discuss the state outlook of the Works Progress organization at the noon session and in the afternoon Joe Long of the Iowa Taxpayers association, and R. E. Uhland, conservator for Iowa, Minnesota, Wisconsin, Illinois and Missouri, speaking on the soil conservation program, will be on the program. BACKACHE Flush Kidneys of Waste Matter, Poisons and Acid and Stop Getting Up Nights 35 CENTS PROVES IT When your kidneys are clogged and your bladder is irritated and passage scanty and often smarts and burns you need Gold Medal Haarlem Oil Capsules, a fine harmless stimulant and diuretic that always works and costs but 35 cents at any modern drug store. It's one good, safe way to put healthy activity into kidneys and bladder--you'll sleep sound the whole night thru. But be sure and get GOLD MEDAL--right from Haarlem in Holland--you are assured of results. Other symptoms of weak kidneys and irritated bladder are backache, puffy eyes", leg cramps, moist palms. ··:·' ·;· " 7; ; :- 11 ·4 HI Genuine?, New With HERMETICALLY SEALED UNIT 5-YEAR GUARANTEE for only ·g o v y* e ft . . . think or it! 10V4 Square Feet of Shelf Space Freezes 80 Ice Cubes at One Time Not a small size or midget refrigerator.... but 3 full size Genuine Westinghouse, with the famous Westinghouse features and quality. You can't beat it for value and dependability! Exceptionally Low Terms--Trade-Ins See Them at ... Application Forms for Bonuses Are Sent to Norway and Venezuela CLARION--Application forms for a soldier's bonus traveled thousands of miles to reach two members of American Legion, Clarioq post No. 246. One was sent to Holmi Vcstfold, Norway, where Chris Anderson, member of the Clarion organization, now lives. The other went to South America to the home of Frank Hilton, also a member, in Marciabo, Venezuela. Included with the applications were the veterans' World war records. These will be signed and certified b ythe men in their respective countries and returned. Reitan Meetings Are Continuing at Trinity The meetings being held at the Trinity Lutheran church by the Rev. J. O. Reitan are showing increasing attendance. "Hell" will be the subject or the meetings Thursday and Friday evening at 7:40 o'clock. The Rev. Mr. Reitan has devoted much time to the study of the teachings of the Bible on this subject and it is there, fore expected that many will come out Thursday and Friday night in the hope that this question, concerning which there arc so many different opinions, may be clarified, the Rev. O. L. N. Wigdahl stated. P. T. A. Program Given al Meeting in Nora Springs NORA SPRINGS--The P. T. A. meeting was held in tie high school auditorium Tuesday evening with J, HEEREN RITES TO BE SATURDAY Burial of Former Mason City Man to Be at Allison Cemetery. Funeral services for John Heercn, 3S, of 226 Louisiana avenue southeast, who died Wednesday, will be held at the Congregational church Saturday afternoon at 1 o'clock. The Rev. Alexander S. Carlson, pastor of the church, will be in charge of services. Burial will be at the Allison cemetery. Mr. Heeren was born Feb. IS, 1S9S. He was married to Jurene Leerhoff of Allison, May 10, 1925. For the past seven years he was employed by the State Highway commission. He was a member of the Congregational church of Mason City. Surviving Mr. Heeren are his wife and two sons. Dale Robert, S, and Donald John, 5, and eight sisters, Mrs. B. G. Walsh, Hampton, Mrs. Frank Clemens, Mrs. c. Fisher and Mrs. Paul Van Hyfto of Dumont, Mrs. Eainest Schcffler of Barnesville, Minn., Mrs. Wierd Folkerts, Allison. Mrs. C. O. Thruston, Sheffield. Mrs. Ben Sheppard, Com- s'tock. Nebr.. and one brother, George Thomas Heeren, Durnont. Mr. Heercn was preceded in death by his parents. Packing Plant Employes at j Session to Hear Meat Cutters Chief. James P. McCoy, international representative of the Amalgamated Meat Cutters and Butcher Workmen's Union of North America, at a meeting of packing house employes at the Labor hail Wednesday evening, made an appeal to the local union members to strengthen their organization by "matching wits with employers," whom, he said, were organizing extensively to prevent workers from retaining the gains made under the provisions of I NRA. "The meat barons," said Mr. McCoy, after referring to the packing house strike at Sioux Falls. S. Dak., "seem determined to tell the world that the Amalgamated Meat Cutters and Bueher Workmen's Union shall be destroyed, but now the Morrell company of Sioux Falls has raised the white flag of truce because their bets were 'coppered' by officials of the butcher workmen's union in the game of matching wits." C. W. Hickox, president of the Mason City Trades and Labor assembly, urged those present "to become militant and get your organization back to its former strength, and not be disheartened by the activities of 'rump' union, a.gitators who perhaps brought a temporary setback." Frank X. Cola, member of the motion picture operators union, acted as chairman of I lie meeting. Plans were made to hold another meeting Friday right. Jewish Congregation to Meet Friday Night The next regular service of Congregation Adas Israel, 621 Adams avenue southwest, wil take place Friday evening at 8 o'clock. This service will be sponsored by the ladies of the Sisterhood, several of whom will take part in reading of prayers. Mrs. Harry Wolf will read the opening section, Mrs. Aba Mason will read the special portion for the I fourth week of the month and Mrs. j Louis H. Wolf will read the Scriptural lesson, which will be from the Book of Proverbs, chapter 31, verses j 10 to end of chapter. j Owing to the fact that Mr.". Rob- | ert Glazer, who was scheduled tn ! preach the sermon, was called to ] Chicago suddenly, the sermon will be j delivered by Rabbi Avery Jonah Grossfield and the topic will be "The Place of Women in Jewish Religious Life." The children's service will take place Saturday ?.t 11 a. m. Religious school classes will meet Sunday at 9:45 a. m. Hebrew classes will meet Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday at 4:30 p. m. Interior of Courthouse Being Cleaned, Painted The Cerro Gordo county courthouse interior cleaning and redecorating program, delayed because of difficulties incident, to launching of the work as a WPA project, is finally in operation. Four men are at work cleaning the walls, which are to be repainted. The project is expected to take a month or more. Prevail Every Day 100 LIVING ROOM SUITES TO 2-P1ECE TAPESTRY SUITES, regular $49.50, now 2-PIECE MOHAIR SUITES, regular $69.50, now 2-PIECE MOHAIR SUITES, regular $39.50, now 2-PIECE MOHAIR SUITES, regular $105, now. . . . . . . . Your Choice of 100 Bedroom Suites 4-PIECE WALNUT SUITES, regular $59.50, now 4-PIECE MODERN SUITES, regular $69.50, n o w . . . . 4-PiECE MODERN SUITES, regular $89.50, now 50 DIMSNG ROOM SUITES 8-PIECE WALNUT SUITES, regular $65, now »»t. zn . 8-PIECE WALNUT SUITES, regular $79.50, now ,.-. S-PIECE OAK SUITES, regular $89.50, now 8-PIECE MODERN SUITES, regular $89.50, now S-PiECE COMBINATION OAK ond WALNUT, regular £169.00, We Can and Do SeSI For Less, Because Our Overhead is Less! SSB i 1C! EAS/Y CREDIT TERMS FiLUfcl FREE DELIVERY "OUT OF TH WAY BUT L5S TO PAY" FURNITURE CO. 29 SECOND smer s.-e-. PHONE 3910 the following program: Community singing: led by Miss Charlotte Severson, accompanied by Miss Long. Playlet, "Our Flag." Doris Billings, Phyllis Kingsbury. Lois Haughtaling. .lames Foster. Recitation. Marlys Shoger. Reading. Wilma Evans. Cornet duct, Janice Tatum and Nadine Jcrrell. Reading, Ruth Beard. Talk on the paper industry, J. W. Wyatt. Congress at its present pace will enact a record number of private claim bills at this session. Primary reason: A change in house rules enabling speedier consideration of such measures.--United Slates IS'mvN. HERE'S HOW MEN WHO KNOW REAL VALUE RUY A USED CAR 1 N -THEY SELECT THE DEALER FIRST! } IISTEN.BOSS! I COULD COVER MORE TERRITORY, SELL MORE GOODS, AND MAKE MORE MONEY IF I HAD A CAR! .AND I'M GOING TO BUY ONE I GOOD IDEA.JIM-BUT CAN YOU A F F O R D A ; NEW CAR RIGHT N O W ? SNO- BUT I'M GETTING A USED ICAR... I KNOW A DEALER I CAN i T R U S T - A DEPENDABLE DODGE iDEALER WHERE I KNOW'l'LL GET !REAL VALUE THAT'S FINE ! DODSE ALWAYS HAS HAD A REPUTATION FOR DEPENDABILITY - :YES-AND SO DO DODGE DEALERS. :AND THE ONE I'VE BEEN TALKING ^TO HAS JUST THE CAR I W A N T !AT THE PRICE I WANT TO PAY GOTO IT.JIM! YOU'VE SOLD; ME! AND SAY-LET ME HAVE THAT DODGE DEALER'S ADDRESS. I MIGHT j SEE HIM MYSELF I T HE safe way to make a really good "buy" in a used car or used truck is to pick the dealei--then pick the car. Thousands of wise motorists are doing this everywhere. They go to dependable Dodge dealers, and there find real, downright value. A dependable Dodge dealer is a farsighted business man who is out to sell you honest merchandise at a fair price because he knows your good will will assure your continued patronage. If you are in the market for a used car or used truck, see your dependable Dodge dealer first. Values at $50, $150, $300, or whatever you want to pay. 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