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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 5

Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, March 2, 1939
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·JtfJiiit^i;..^;^^ · J MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE THURSDAY, MARCH 2, 1939 1 sgn "%s DAMON'S BRING SPECIAL SAVINGS IN NEW SPRING HOME FURNISHINGS 16 PC. Crystal Bridge Set Special! Pure crystal glass with cut trims. An attractive set of dishes fqr serving l i g h t Junches and a great value at only $1.00. An Unusual Sale! SMALL TABLES Regular $1.95 Maple and Walnut Finish Here are handy little tables that will fit into any room. There are end tables, book cases and consoles. Timely finished in walnut or maple. A real value. Sale! FLOOR LAMPS Regular $7.95 $C54 5 6-Way Switch Indirect- Light Light in Base New, m o d e r n lamps with at- t r a c t i v e n e w shades. Beauti- f u 11 y decorated base with light. The newest scientific indi r e e l l i g h t i n g with t h r e e filament bulb. Colorful New HASSOCKS Reg. $2.50 $174 1 Enameled KITCHEN STOOLS Special! Kitchen stools brightly enameled in any color you desire. Sturdily built with rubber treads. Self-Squaring Curtain Stretcher yv rf *· ,*». Special! $|oo justable gauge . convenient stretcher. Strong easel b a c k w i t h rust - resistant pins. Easy to set up. Ad- bar. ,A most 94 Piece Set BARKER'S Dinnerware Regular $29.95 $ 18 95 Two New Patterns Two beautiful new patterns in this famous dmnerware. They are designed for smartness and practicability This event brings them to you at a greatly reduced price. Don't fail to see this outstanding value. DAMON'S DOWNSTAIRS STORE Collapsible Clothes Dryer A handy drier that uses a minimum of space and is easily folded. Made ' of seasoned wood. uaes a mi iu: $ \ 00 Marker's Oven ware A choice of mixing bowls, 3 pe. Salad Set, 4 pc. Pastry Set and Casse( roles. They are Mex-' lean colored. UUW15, J pc, :$ 1 00 A Ea Now! A Special Value That Has Been in Demand GARMENT CABINETS For Storage and Moth Protection $Q98 3 Well Constructed, Well Reinforced Attractive Facing, Interior Light Can of Moth Crystals ^ ar m4 S Lr^ 1 itei V 0r StWing Winter clothes as * Protection ··against moths. These cabinets are attractive with a striped front They are dust-proof and air-tight. Can be locked. Downstairs Store Novefty Chromium Novelty chromium servers: Relish dishes, cocktail shakers, sandwich trays,' etc. Chromium and' glass combinations. Hot Biscuit Server ONLY $1 00 For warming rolls and biscuits and serving piping hot and oven fresh. Excellent for keeping waffles, muffins, griddle cakes, toast warm. Use without cover as a fruit, nut or salad bowl or as a decorative Hawer bowl. Attractive spun-ray finish with aluminum handles. Diameter 9M: in. AMSON D ' f " xl CM TABLES Si with Four Chairs A Fire Piece Set Reguloi- $11.95 Value ORDEK BY NUMBER tJBS] Will, in, motif. MaH , . .Ff.ct. (7S6) ComkiMh-on ntat ?,,«- · (733 '»» ·mbomd lop, mod.raTHIc dec or* h. n . irsr.) Ckn,. chtcl.r, c.rd, ain.! «««,. (7D7) Burl WilnuV t[( ' ; ,.) Aftltavt war walnut border. (781) Choice of Any of These Tables With the Set Here is a convenient set for little money. Choose from any of our regular $2.38 tames and get 4 chairs. Chairs have padded seats and backs with metal construction. A choice of colors. Brightly colored has, socks in square or round shapes. Covered with washable fabric --fillea with quality padding to keep their shape. Dflmorrs DOWNSTAIRS STORE f KIWANIANS EARN PROFIT OF $524 IN APPLE SALES High School Singers Give Excerpts From Scheduled Operetta _ A net profit of $524.82 was de rived by the Kiwanis club in its annual apple sales campaign fo funds for the underprivilegei child committee, it was announce Thursday at the weekly meeting of the club, held in the Hotel Han £"£· Bob Stoyles, chairman of th 1938 campaign, made the an nouncement of the report whici was turned in by Herve Towner chief auditor. A total of 717% cases was sole m the campaign, the report Indi cated. Operating expense w a higher than that of the previou year, because of replacements am delivery costi not in the 193' campaign. Auditors of the four teams won G. E. Allbee, Ray E. Prusia, Mar vm Weigman and Edgar S Gage Jr., and Evron M. Karges wa chairman of the street sales com rmttee. Campaign Workers Pleased Club President Harlan Girton commenting on the report, praisec the work of those participating calling attention particularly t * e selling feats of Ed Dunlop Walt Bramhall, Johnnie Herman son, Father Carl Kurt, Fred Wag ner and John Youngdale. For the regular program, a group of high school students under the direction, of Miss Ellen Smith presented excerpts from the mgh school operetta, Gilbert and Sullivan's "The Gondoliers," whicl is to be presented at the schoo March 7. Sins Operetta Excerpts Jean Baumgartner and Busines Manager Harold Johnson intro duced the cast. Those singing ex cerpts from the operetta were Wilma Walters, Joan O'Neil, Vir ginia Bringolf, Jane Satter, Wildj Rae, Ruth Jones, Jean Peterson Amy Lou Haight, Lee Lusted Clark Sweetser, Roger Larson Bill Wright, Bill Thompson, Mur ray Lawson and Bill Armstrong Betty Senneff was accompanist. Max Boyd announced the St. Patrick's day meeting which wil be held at the hotel March 1 with the Kiwaniqueens as guests Mr. Karges made an announce merit pertaining to the hobby sho\\ and other work of the boys' worl committee; and Mr. Girton spok of'the Kiwanis independent cag tourney, which ended this week. Guests were B. W. Millington oE the Cerro Gordo Farmers Ele vator, T. H. Perkins of Chicago with the credit department o Sears Roebuck, and Roy Korn baum of Mason City. JORYlNlCTS FORMER JUDGE Manton Charged With Conspiracy to Defraud Government of U. S. NEW YORK, (/P)--Martin T Manton, former senior judge o: the U. S. circuit court of appeals was indicfad on charges of conspiracy to defraud the governmen: by a special grand jury Thursday Indicted v/itb. the former jurist was George M. Spector, insurance agent and one-time representative of the late Archie M. Andrews financier. The indictment contained three counts. Conviction would make :he two men liable to a maximum sentence of six years in prison and a 530,000 fine. Manton resigned from the bench after District Attorney Thomas E. 3ewey had accused him, in a Jeter to Chairman Hatton W. Sura icrs of the house judiciary com- ee, of having accepted loans from ersons interested in cases before his court. Manton, who has denied any vrongdoing, was a witness before the grand jury. REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS Kenyon, D. E. and Clara L., to fames S. Anderson, Jr., $1, S. 76' of L. 4, B. 1, Dickirson and Hayes addition to Clear Lake, 2-28-39. Travelers Insurance company to E. L. Anderson and Bertha, $1000, S. 105A of 3W irlVi 18-96-22 2-1-38. Nicholas, \V. H. and Viola, to Edward J. Norris, $1, that part of V'i NE 15-95-20 lying E of R R right of way, 2-24-39. Finnegan, F. L., to Nona Finne- an, $1, Und. % int. in L. 16, B. 8, . T. Parker place M. C.; % int, leg. SE corner L. 3, B. 8, then W long S line of L. 3 12' then N I 1 hen E 12' then S 1' to beg.; Und. -3 int. in L. 3, 4, 6 and 7, Subd. f Lot E in L. 13 and of tract ly- ng immediately W of L. 7 NE corer of L. 14 then W 26' then S 0.08' then E 26' then N 50 08' to egmning; also % int L. 323 Mid- and Heights, 2-27-39. Equitable Life Association Soc. f U. S. to Joseph Carney, $1, SE E and NW SE 21-94-19 and tract eg. 33' W oj NE corner SW SE 1-94-19 then E 33' to NE corner f SW SE 21-94-19 then E 33TMto fE corner of said 40A tract, then 33' then NW in straight line to eginning, 12-2-38. Sprung, August, et al, to Earl L ilchrist and Wheeler H, S20- 00, NW 34-94-20, 12-23-38. ' At Hospitals Mrs. Leva Nelson, Hanlontown w , as _ admitted to the Park hospital Wednesday for treatment. Carson Howell, route 4, was admitted to the Park hospital for a major operation. Clark Warner, 114 Sixteenth street northeast, was dismissed from the Park hospital Wednesday following treatment. Mrs. Raymond Thoen and infant daughter, Kensett, were dismissed from the Park hospital Wednesday. A son weighing 8 pounds 2U ounces was born to Mr. and Mrs Alfred Koch, Garner, at the Park hospital Wednesday. A son weighing 8 pounds 6 ounces was born to Dr. and Mrs. R. A. Winkle, Clear Lake, at the Mercy hospital Wednesday. Second in Ottumwa Dies After Influenza OTTUMWA, (/P)_Mrs. E. E. Glassburner, 28, mother of five children, is the second Ottumwa woman to die within the last week after contracting influenza and then pneumonia. She died Wednesday night. With a large num- sf r ? J P ne «monia cases following the influenza epidemic, Ottumwa physicians Thursday warned patients to remain in bed until fully recovered. Too many are getting out too soon and are stricken with bronchial pneumonia, they said. SCHERMERHORN DAIRY TRY OUR NEW PAPER BOTTLE See How Safe, Sanitary and Convenient It Is. PLUS OUR HIGH MILK QUALITY ASK YOUR GROCER $ 1,272 Finnegan Suit Is Dismissed by Bank The $1,272 suit against Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Finnegan was dismissed with prejudice by the First National bank of Clear Lake Wednesday. The suit, filed in district court, asked for judgment on a promissory note and lien on property owned by Mr. and Mrs. Finnegan in Clear Lake. Pure Food and Drug agents report that while mineral oil is sometimes used to adulterate butter the practice is not widespread. Earl May says "FARM S E E D SA1ES , re BOOMING! Thousands or form" «s »re now ready la furchur, Iliclr aecd requirement!. LOOK ° ' * * * weeds. COME IN T"U A i and c h e c k for yourself." FARM SEEDS · BED CLOVER $1 n 25 (Ex, Fancy) Pec ,,,,_ l^J (Fancy) · SWEET CLOVER $,|.lo OVliite Blossom) Per Bn. ^ · Mayworth Hay and Pasture Mixture Si 40 5056 Cloi-er p er B u. 4' FREE cmNESE ELMS 100 tiro (o f|,rce Fool TBKES W i t h Each 2 Bn. Purchase of FABM BELT ALFAI.FA (Extra Fancy) §·* p.gfl Per Bu 1.0" NOTE All tejruraes and Grasses offered Brotram" 1 "" S °" Ccm « rT »"on Save Money on Baby CWc*l «h!t neek. lij-avr Breed!, priced u low a* per !00. Store Slock Onlj- FREE A cup or delicious K M A Coffee (o »|| visitor! In the, EARL MAY STORE FrJd.y and Saturday, Starch 3 ana 1. Earl E. May Seed Co. . . . E A R L E. MAY, President MASON CITY '-\s SO. FEDERAL . Phone 75R BUMPER Crop Up for Your Spring! SNOOD BUMPER fiand crocheted! WIMPLE BUMPER in smooth rayon jersey One ties on v/ith a mysterious, * Oriental looking scarf. The other shows off your cuds with « fish net snood. Cock one over your eye and watch your ·whole world brighten up! 9 SOUTH FEDERAL

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