The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on April 11, 1934 · Page 8
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April 11, 1934

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 8

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I I? WEDNESDAY, 'APRIL if, 193? MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE NINE Here and There Unable to Work. HATFIELD--Ray Hawley who Is employed as a bridge carpenter on the C. R. I. P. railway, is spending this week at home here on account of an Infected hand and is unable to ·work. Will Teach at Marble Bock. FLOYD--Miss Helen Moody, Instructor at the Towner school two years, accepted a position as seventh and eighth grade teacher at Marble Rock for the ensuing year. Visitors From Waterloo. NORA SPRINGS--Dr. and Mrs. ·Jesse Bronson of Waterloo visited ·Sunday with his two brothers, Dr. I. C. Brohson and Dr. A. F. Bronson. : Guest From Indiana. CORWITH--Miss Yvonne Dunna- ·' von, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bert Dunnavon of Freemont, Ind., came Sunday to spend the summer with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Al Brown. Rents Colonial Home. GARNER--Nat Buck of the new Hancock county bank has rented the colonial residence of Mrs. C. H. Schneider on Maben and Fourth street and will shortly bring his wife and two children here to live. Mrs. Schneider expects to spend some time in Washington, Dayton, Ohio and Chicago. Visitors From Upton. FAULKNER -- Mr. and Mrs. George Wagner of Tipton, enroute to Mason City, visited here Sunday with Mrs. Sarah Wagner. Home From Florida. AREDALE--Charles Bushbamm and Merlin Richard, who have been working in Florida the past winter arrived home Saturday night. Present at Ordination. DOUGHERTY--Mr. and Mrs. Joe Cooney, Will Cooney, Robert Murphy and Miss Mary Burke spent Sunday in Chicago and attended the ordination and first mass of the Rev. William Cooney. Park Workers Visit. LONEROCK--Clarence Macum- her, accompanied by Myrton Bloodgood of Sac City, both stationed at Dolliver State park at Lehigh, spent the week-end with F. E. Macumber. Honored at Party. AREDALE--A birthday party honoring Mrs. Ed Rheingans of Bristow and Clarence Waggner, was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Phil Rheingans Saturday night. Home From California. DOUGHERTY -- Miss Dorothy McGlone arrived home from California where she spent the winter with relatives. Visit at Grlnncll. HURT--Lorena and Erna Peterson spent the week-end at the home of their cousin, Mrs. Earl Girton, at Grinnell. Their aunt, Mrs. Gertie Thompson, who had been spending the winter with her daughter, Mrs. Girton, returned with them to her home here. Arrive From Wyoming. CRYSTAL LAKE--Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Seikmeier and daughter, Darlene of Cheyenne, Wyo., and Clarence Siekmeier of Chicago, came Sunday to the bedside of their mother, Mrs. Julius Siekmeier, who la'111; " Sing in College Choir. LATIMER--Mr. and Mrs. Walter Peterson of Dana college choir of Blain, Nebr., visited at Coulter Sunday evening. Taken to Hospital. DOUGHERTY--Russell Cunningham, young son of Mr. and Mrs Nick Cunningham, was taken to Mercy hospital Monday for treatment. Family Reunion Held. ALEXANDER--A gathering oi the Bohlen families was enjoyed Sunday when Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bohlen and children of Sac City, Mr and Mrs. Carl Bohlen and children of Clear Lake, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bohlen, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence-Bohlen and daughters, met at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Peter C. Borneo. Guests From Iowa City. LUVERNE--Mr. and Mrs. Ingalls Swisher and children, Iowa City were week-end guests at the hom of Miss Consuelo and W. Scot Hanna. Guests From Grundy Center. LAKE MILLS--Mr. and Mrs George Johnson and children were week-end visitors at the Sever Gun derson homes. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Mel lem and children of Grundy Center visited Mrs. Mellem's parents, Mr and Mrs. Ed Halvorson. Home From Minneapolis. PLYMOUTH--Mrs. Kate McLeoi has returned to her home here ac companied by her niece, Mrs. West Ity Claus. Mrs. McLeod spent th wter in Minneapolis. Visited Hospital Patient. ROCK FALLS--Mr. and Mrs. E D. White and family returned t their home in Fenton after visiting the E. L. White family and Mrs Minerva White at Mercy hospital a Mason City. Visitors From Minneapolis. MITCHELL--Mr. and Mrs. Mors Wolfgram of Minneapolis spent Sat urday night and Sunday here callin on old friends, Mitchell being Mr Wolgram's boyhood home. He now has a position as mechanical engin eer for the Pillsbury Flour Mills Co at that place. Arrive From Denver. FLOYD--Mrs. Jessie M. Cutshai of Denver, Colo., arrived to visit he parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. Clark, wh live on their farm in Floyd town ship., Return From California. NORA SPRINGS--Mrs. Ernes Clifford and son, Paul, who hav been in Santa Ana, Cal., the pas eight months with Mrs. Gertrud Clifford McMahon returuned t Nora Springs. Mrs. Charlie Clifford a sister of Mrs. Ernest Clifford, i critically ill in her home here. Visit at Iowa City. MITCHELL--George and Glady Skuster spent the week-end at low City visiting their sister, Mis Glenda, who is a student nurse the University hospital there. The returned home Sunday night. Begins Tomorrow Lasts Through Saturday, April 21 Come see the Ward Week values! And buy the things you need and want . . . and save more money than you ever dreamed of saving! For this is Ward Week--Wards great Spring Sale, in 500 stores, in 46 states! And nothing has been left undone to make it a money-saving event you'll long remember. Come--Buy Now, Save More! Prints Low Ward Week Price Popular Silvanla i prints. New pat- t e r n s , tubf ast colors. Yd. 12*c New Shoes ' Wmr* Week I Pomps, ties, oxfords in Ward Week at low prices. 88 Muslin Fine Weave! Unbleached! 38 % inches. A ^^ chance to save \J at Ward Week ^j low price! Yd. ^^ WorkShirts Ward Week Special Men! Here's a m ^f value for Ward 'ft CT W e e k ! 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'WARD 1 WEEK ¥ Big Cast Range aril Week Price t $49-95 See the Special Low Want Week Price I A 16" oven that's a full, inch deeper than most!' Extra heavy castings. Ivory porcelain enamel Auto Wax It's q u i c k e r , shinier, l a s t s longer. Save in Ward Week! Can panels. Buy now t Save 1 Auto Cleaner Wards Q u i c k Riverside at lowest price ever offered. Can C *"«. « monthly, mull carrylni c Patch Kits Fix Your Tubes--2 Kits OOc 72 sq. inches of rubber; 2 tubes cement. Single kit. Each 15. 2-1V. Suite 36 down t $7 monthly, plus carrying c/iarg* As handsome a living room suite as you'd want --at this Ward Week price! Frankly, we don't know where you could equal it. Built with steel underconstruction. Covered all over in genuine Angora mohair! Buy it now . . . Save! For Curtains Sole Priced--Save Now S h e e r , French marquisette. 39 in. wide. Launders well! Yd. Chair Valne Wnrd Week Special! Unf i n i s h e d --· ready to paint. S t - u r d y hardwood. 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