The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on March 9, 1939 · Page 5
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March 9, 1939

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

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A Pair Others to $1.95 .Illustrated above is one of the leading glove fashions for Spring. It is featured in many fashionable colors . . .- Diagonal stitchings with plain face . . . Many sensational new gloves are featured by Hansen ... new combinations and new colors. See them now. Dflmorvs MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE Illness Besets Paulson Family in Lakota Vicinity * _- son also underwent an was seriously ili for some time. Robert Burke Wins in Declamatory Contest at St. Joseph School Robert Burke reading "At the Dancing School" took first as the seventh grade ot St. Joseph school presented the second o£ a series of four declamatory tests in the auditorium Wednesday afternoon. Mary Jean Casey and Catherine Doclan tied for second with "The Sort of Girl Mother Used to Be" and "Marguerite," respectivel} Thomas Ralph with "The Desert ed Cottage" rated third. The other speakers were Wil bur Dehnert, Robert Chute, Rich ard O'DonneU, Patricia Velthoff Vern Peterson, Richard Craven Marion Portis, Donald Harold James Colloton, James McClung Mary Stiener, Leo McGoverr Ronald Keeling, Jamice Freuden berg, John O'Banion, Emily Kel ly, Donald Lattimer, Helen Trayer, Eileen Jansen, . Mart Wiengart, Leo Sweeney and Roge Carlson. Dflmorvs A T I O N A L CHILDREN'S WEEK Selected Values for National Children's Week I All over America, stores are co-operating to make "Children's Week" a long-to-be-remem n t ! ' TM r H 7 4 r e remarkable Apparel Offerings-- wise parents now share m a carefully-planned selling of "all that's new for Spring!" Announcing the New Spring Coats $590 and up Captivating models for the girl o£ 7 to 16 years' Fascinating style!, including Swaggers, Boleros, and Sport Effects, each cleverly developed in finest woolens, in interesting Spring Shades. !, Heretofore only couJd be fitted combination,'' Model Short Coats for "Girls The short "jigger" model continues to rank high in Spring popularity. Our selections are complete as to styles, weaves and colors, as low as Girls' Smart Suits The new two and three piece models are destined to be so popular for Spring wear. New styling, plus worthy fabrics, as _ low as And ?9.95 Sg95 Gay Printed Wash Frocks $·198 For girls of 2 to 6 and 7 to 14. Cinderella Frocks present the newest styles as featured by Shirley Temple and Deanna Durbin. Youngsters will like the gay new prints and the clever littlo styles. Dflmorrs SCOUTS CONDUCT DISTRICT RALLY 300 See Troops 2 and 35 Win High Ratings in Contest Approximately 300 Scouts, their I parents and friends attended the Central district rally held in the high school gymnasium Wednesday night. The meeting was opened with a grand entry of the Scouts by troops after which contests were held m various scouting events Troop 2 of the Jefferson school and troop 35 o£ St. John's Episcopal church carried off high honors by earning A ratings. Joh Julson is Scoutmaster tof troo 2 and Serb Sinn is Scoutmaster o troop 35. Troop 3 Scores B Troop 3, sponsored by the Ki warns club, and troop 13 by th Wilson P. T. A. scored a B rating Troop B of the First Methodis church earned a C rating an troop 1 of the First Baptist church troop 12 o£ the Roosevelt-Jackso P. T. A. and troop H of S Joseph Catholic church e a c l earned a D rating. Scoring by events was as fol lows: Morse signaling--troop 1, D troop 2, A, troop 3, A, troop 8, B troop 13, C, troop 14, D and troo 35 B; first aid--troop 1, C, troop 2 C, troop 3, C, troop 8, D, troop 12 B, troop 13 D, troop 14, B ana troop 35, C; bugling--troop 2 A troop 8, A, troop 13 A, troop 14 D and troop 35, A; semaphor signaling-- troop 1, D, troop · D troop 3, C, troop 8, C, troop 12 D and troop 35, C. Other Scores Listed Other scores were: Fire by fric tion--troop 2, D, troop 3, D, troo 8, p, and troop 35, D; kno typing--troop 1, D, troop 2 B troop 3, D, troop 8, D, troop 12, B troop 13, B, troop 14, B and troop 35, D; fire by flint and steel- troop 1, D, troop 2, D, troop 3, D troop B, D, troop 13, A and troop 35 A; undress and dress relay troop 1, B, troop 2, B, troop 3 A troop 8, D, troop 12, C, troop 13 C and troop 35, B; tower building- troop 2, A, troop 3, B, troop 8, C troop 12, B, troop 13, B, troop 14 A and troop 35, A. H. L. Campbell, commissioner was in charge ot the rally. Ralph Lloyd Jones served as scor Deeper and Harry B. Russell wa time keeper. Ray Prusia served a -pecial judge in bugling and T. L Connor as special judge in firs aid. Troop committeemen acted a judges in the other events. The rally was one of a serie being conducted throughout the districts in the Winnebago coun l. The Northwest district rally wil be held in the high school gym nasium at Lake Mills Friday nigh and the west district rally will b tield in the high school gymnasium in Clear Lake Monday night MRSTZEJGlf HEADOFP.E.O. Elected by Garner Sisterhood;' Plan Program March 15 GARNER--Officers elected for he new year by chapter FN of the '· E. O. sisterhood will have charge of their first meeting Wednesday afternoon, March 15, at vhtch time a musical program will ic presented at the home of Mrs D °« °- Anderson under direction of Mrs. Anderson and Mrs. W E Lee. Mrs. Frank Zeiger is new president of the order, and other of- icers are; Mrs. Lee, vice presi Sent; Mrs. J. C. Morrison, record- ng secretary; Mrs. Carl Schneider corresponding secretary; Mrs Chester M o e , treasurer; Mrs Cnaries Frisbee, chaplain; and rs. Charles F, Merten, guard Mrs. Zeiger was named delegate and Mrs. Lee alternate to the i.v;,°: conv en"°n which be he!d ln Cedar Rapids in REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS Holden, Mate, et al, to Bertha 'eck Sl.OO QCD Beg. 3 5 feet E nd 403 feet N. of SE comer of L" 1 Blk. 1, Oak Park Add to Mason -ity, then W to W line of L. 12 in ;o 1 ^. tnen N** al °ng W. line of L : 12 ?1.7 feet then E to point N i beginning then S. 54 feet to be- mning. 12-20-38. Phalen, Tim R., to A. T. Sud- arth $3,942.75 N. 64 feet of L 1 and 3 exc. W. 3 feet of L. 3, all "it B ' 35 ' Railroad Add - Mason Jorgenson, A. R. and Flo A., to larold D. Cone $1.00 L. 4 B 10 Cheney and Palmeler's Add to tear Lake. 2-16-39. Champlin Refining Co., of Iowa, 0 Champlin Refining Co, Enid iklahoma, 31.00 L. 9, 10, 11, B. 40 Railroad Add. to Mason City W 1 feet of L. 2, and 3 B. 32 Paul elts Plat of Mason City: N 50 eet of L. 7 and N. 50 feet of W ,° *eet of L. 6 all in B. 5, Home 'ark Add. to Mason City; NE'ly 00 feet of L. I, B. 15, Clear Lake; eg. NW corner of L. 1, B 10 walcdale, then S. 60 feet, then w' 6 feet then N. 60 feet, then E to cgin.: E. 40 feet of L. 8, B 4 Tnton; ?fc A. S. of RR in SW .. 19-94-21; S. 25 feet of L. 6, . I, Meservey. 1-2-38. It may not prove anything, but ou don't hear any romantic songs ith the line, "While a smelly pipe -as burning."--Kcwanec Star- curler. THURSDAY, MARCH 9, 1939 D R U G S EVERYDAY LOW PRICES Workman's LUNCH KIT Each 98C Complete With Vacuum Bottle. New $4.50 Value Silex with Double Bowl, Handles and Serving Tray, 8 Cup Size. £ $2.79 $2.50 Counselor Bathroom Scales ea $1-79 e Cream, R ~ ?1 i° Boyers M * ster ci «"»i»9 *i Boyers Face Powder ......... Both for^l Mollc Shaving Cream jo 0 ; 9 :. 44c 60c Alka Seltzer ea 490 50c Ipana Toothpaste 60c COUGH SYRUP, Creosoted Bolm, ea. 25c Phillips MILK of MAGNESIA - TABLETS ... ..... . ea . IflC 35c SLOAN'S LINIMENT ____ ea . GLYCERINE Rose Water (Hand Lotion) 8 ji. Bottle. . . . ea. 40c Squibb TOOTH PASTE, eo. 30c SAL 7N EWO COSMETISTE (ra'mej. in Iho melhodi of Morgorel and Mary Elmo is here to guide you ; n selecting preparations and Ireot- menls for your particular need. FLOWER POTS, Complete with wall bracket, asst. colors. . . . ea. 30c SAL ·%*·_ HEPATIC A . ... . ea.25C lOc 55c LADY ESTHER « A Cream or Powder en ,. JyC $1.00 3i.uu -- _ KURLASH ea. 5TMC lOe PROBAK JR. RAZOR -^ BLADES (4 Blades) (Limit) pkg. JC IVORY FLAKES, 4 A Large Sire Pkg ea. l^C Modess lr....20c 2 for 39c Thrift Package Napkins 2 for $1.00 lOe Waterproof Adhesive Tape Vz inch ·· by 5 yards. . . . . ea.jC Thrill Cigarettes Pkg. of 20, « | _ Tax P a i d . . . ea. * A V $1.09 Carton. Aspirin U.S. P. Tin of 12 Each . . 1C WOODBURY'S ,COLD, CLEANS- I N G, VANISHING and FACIAL CREAMS , ?I.OO Size 50c Size 25c Size 50c Powder 79c 19c 39c 5c DUKES MIXTURE or BULL DURHAM (Limit 4) ea. 3c lOc TARGET TOBACCO, 3 Pkgs., (Limit 6) 19c 25c CARTER'S LITTLE LIVER PILLS 12C 40c WINDSOR TOFFEE, 1 lb. Cello Bag, Asst. or Rum and Butter ea. 25c RUBBER GLOVES, Size 7 to 9'/2 pr. 12C CANDY BARS, 5c Baby Ruth, Butterfingers, or Cocoanut Roll. 2 for 5c · IfffU CAH't tnUf fORLfSSt Chocolates 1 lb. Box Candy Time Miniature Chocolates, 21c over 80 pieces . Camay Soap The Soap of Beautiful women. 4 Bars ,.,,,..,.,... _ _ TRIPS WORLD'S FAIR NEW YORK or $4N FRANCISCO or s 250.00INCASH BUY ANY Of THESE TOIlEIdlES AND £NT£R THIS THRIUING CONIESt COLGATE DENTAL CREAM GIANT SIII P A L M O U V E SHAVE CREAM GIANT SIZC C O L G A T E TOOTH POWDER GIANT SHI 33$ C O L G A T E SHAVE CREAM CUNT SUE CASHMERE BOUQUET SOAP V A S E L I N E H A I R T O N I C NO. 1 SIU C O L G A T E P E R F U M E D S O A P S 3 "*

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