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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 12

Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, February 25, 1937
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31 . vvji/LVi/ John Holub, Tailor at Manly, Buried; Rites Are in Church MANLY--Funeral services for John Hplub, 77, who had'been'.the tailor in Manly since 1913, were held at the Bethel Evangehca' church Wednesday afternoon with the Rev F R Blakely in charge Mr Holub was born June 21 1859, at Cheznovifz, Bohemia. He came to.America'in 1882, arriving in Mason City on Chustmas day On March 9, 1885, he was married to {Catherine Hart. They moved to Motley, Minn'., where they lived until 1908. Later they moved to Mason City,; Waterloo and Austin, Minn. In. 1913 he came to .Manly and established his tailor shop! His wife'preceded him/in death. Surviving are three' sons, · John Jr., of Los Angeles, Cal., Joseph of Rockford,- Frank of ;Mason City; two daughters, Mrs. Art Shook of Mason City, Mrs. Herman Kafer of Mason City; two brothers, Joseph Holub, Sr., of Mason City, Mathew Holub of Motley, Minn., four, sisters, Mrs. Frank Hazuka,.Mrs. Leo Yesek^ both of Motley, Minn., Mrs. S. HV.McKee of Mason City and Mrs...Anton Slovik..of. Plymouth, nine- grandchildren and one great grandchild; Burial in Manly ceme- ter-y.. MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, FEBRUARY 25 H 1937 Funeral for Lyford, :88, Pioneer Manly 1 -Resident, Is Held MANLY--Funeral services lor Horace K. Lyford, 88, were iield Tuesday .afternoon at the Bethel church, the Rev. F. R. Blakeley conducting services. A quartet composed of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Harnock, Carl Gerkin and Mrs. F. R. Blakeley sang. Mr; Lyford was born June 17, 1848, at St. Albans,. Maine. He attended university at Waterville, Maine, and- was married to Sophia Stinchfield of Hartland, .Maine, in' 1870. Two sons were born, Fred R. Lyford, county engineer, New Hampton, and J Howardj businessman o£ Columbus, Ohio. His wife died in 1874. In 1876 he.was .married to Clara Stinchfield at Osage.' Three sons'were born to the union, LeHoy L., assistant .chief engineer- of the Illinois Central railroad at Chicago, Lloyd, farmer at Manly, .Reid of Malvern. All five soris'and'his wife survive, also 14 giandchiWren and 8 great grandchildren Mr. Lyford was a pioneer,; coming to Iowa in 1869, building up two farms neai Manly and living heie until 1908, when:they moved-to Dakota, returning only five yeais ago Pallbearers were Wilham Hun- geiford, George Seifdiers, Carl Bendjegerdes, Henry Bendje- Proposed Waldorf College Gymnasium and Auditorium T. ,T, , e , above ,, is an arclu ' cc ''s draums of the proposed auaitonum -»nd gjmnasium to he built « K . I - I collc f! at *°TM st Cltj Tlie c ° st ° r «he buildms is estimated at 530000 As a gymnasium the Duilflinff «ould seat SOO, uifh room tor an additional 500 when used as an auditorium Ailenuate dreams- rooms, slmucrs storerooms, and office space ·nould be provided gerdes, Harlan Doebel, John Backhaus. Burial was at Osage. Delegates Are Elected. ' FOREST CITY--At 'a student body, meeting Wednesday, Waldorf ;college selected the following students to represent-the school at the annual · Lutheran Students Union convention to be held at C.p n c o r d i a college, Mdorhead, Minn., beginning Friday, March 5: Ralph Anderson, Woden;- Rose Anderson, Elmbre, Minn.; Otto Flom, Delhi, Minn., and -Esther Landdeck, Graf ton. Arrested at Algona After Being Paroled ALGONA--Le Roy McConnell of Algona was given a 20 day jail sentence Wednesday by Justice of the Peace P. A. Danson on charges of false making and uttering of bank checks. Frank N. Esser of Algeria filed-the information. McConnell was out on a yearVpaxole to -attorney H. ;W. Milyler on: a previous charge of selling mortgaged property. Miss Delia Welter fined two auto drivers for. violating highway signs. Both were failure to stop at stop signs and Patrolman A. E. Sterzing filed against Walter E. Roberts, Algona, and Patrolman 3. C. West filed against A. Helgerson, Canton, S. Dak., who were both fined $1 each and 52 costs apiece. Twins Arc Born. HANLONTOWN--Twins, b o y and girl, were born Tuesday evening to Mr. and Mrs. -Floyd Wescott, farmers in Lincoln Center. They now have three girls and a boy. ST STAND UP 1 GLAD IN ASBESTOS SUIT, "Pat" Pattoii puts out oil-well fires. This photograph was snapped after a big pne/'Smoking Camels helps keep my digestion in trim," he says. "I smoke Camels mighty often. They set me right" Yes, Camels are mild--better for stea CHAMPION PlSWLSHOT.MissArlayrieBrowi* says: "I'll say Camels don't get on my nerves. And I smoke them 'for.digestion's sake^at: mealtimes." Camels aid'digestion -- speed up the flow o f digcs live fluids--increase alkalin ity. ·SEL "·l'1'H'IMYlil, | i,,.n hi fL-j''.-...,^-* i i, | |.i- | ;^ a .j i^yf A. -f i^yf A. - f MASON CITY'S CHOICE IN LOW-COST CARS BRIUJANT NEW "85" FORD V-8 FORD V-8 USED CARS ALL MAKES Owners report 22 to 27 miles per gallon. Most economical car of its size ever built! One of the finest performers on the road, 'improved in gas mileage and' quietness! With written money- bock g u a r a n t e e . U s e d c a r s a s s a f e to buy os new ones! ·* W ITH the new Thrifty "60" V-8, your Ford Dealer offers the widest selection of low-cost cars in history. See him before you decide on anything. Perhaps the best buy for you is a new "85"--smart, economical, and one of the best performers on the road. Or--if 'economy counts mostwith you-a new Thrifty "60"--just as big and roomy as the "85," just as easy-riding, but designed to oper- atefor less than anyFord car ever built. If you want to spend still less, we have RG used cars -many makes and models including '35 and '36 V-8's--carefully renewed to specifications laid down by the Ford Motor Company and guaranteed in writing, on a money-back basis; Why settle on anything until you've seen everything at your price? Come in and see several different cars, side by side. Then put your money into the particular kind of value that will mean greatest satisfaction for the months to come! .'f^fesWi'tW^ ^ 7 r Just one more chance! Spring- is coming---Easter .will soon be here--We must clear our stocks of winter merchandise, odds and ends, and discontinued items. It's the end of the month and the end of winter at Merkel's. Avail yourself of this opportunity to save on Quality Merchandise--the only kind Merkel's will sell--the only kind yon will be satisfied with. Friday and Saturday marks the end--be sure to come and get your share. Foundation Garments-- Corsets, $1.98 Slightly soiled corsets, two way stretch girdles and front lace girdles which were originally priced up. to $6.50. Pant Girdles, $1 Carter washable La'stex pant girdles in sizes 26 to 30. Were 51.50 to §3.50. Brassieres, 25c We ate closing out one group of Carter and Vassarette brassieres. Merkel's Second Floor Children's Wear-- Dresses, $1 A rack of wool and silk dressps in plaids and solid colors. Sizes 3 to 10 years. Dresses, $2.(0 to $4.90 Wool crepe dresses in navy, red, brown and wine, sizes 7 to 14. Were §4.95 to 57.50. Boys' Suits, SI.09 Cotton tops and flannel pants in sizes 4 to 6 /£. Snow Suits, $3.90 Just a 'few left. One-piece style in sizes 1, 4 and 5 only. Were up to 57.50. Cotton Dresses, (i9c In prints and solid colors, sizes 6 to 14. Wool Sweaters, 99c Coat and slip-over styles, sizes 4 to 14, formerly priced from 51.25 to 51.98. Winter Coats 53.90 to 50.90 All girls' winter coals are now priced for final clearance. You may never see such values again. Sizes 4 to 12. , Merkcl's Second Floor Toiletries-- Bath Powder, lOc Towel Racks, each lOc For Red Cross'Kitchen Towels. Hot Water Bottles, 49c Merkel's First Floor Ready-to-W ear-- DRESSES priced ... $3.75 A special group of dresses priced for immediate clearance. Black, n a v y , green, brown, rust, prints, pastel shades and white. Sizes 12 to 44. Some were formerly 516.95. $10 BETTER DRESSES ____ Finely tailored and late styles in wool and silk dresses. Just 49 in this lot. Sec these and you'll appreciate what bargains they arc. ·WINTER ( t i n COATS . . 3 1 U to Last Call! Stocks are very limited but there are some remarkable values. AVe urge you to buy now -- next fail prices will be definitely higher. MERKEL'S SECOND FLOOR Wearing Apparel-- Silk Blouses, SI A small group of silk crepe blouses in plain colors and a few prints. Pastuls and dark colors, slightly soiled, sizes 34 to 40. Were 51.98 and $2.98. Dresses, $1 A small group of all wool and part wool dresses in sport styles, one and two piece, sizes 14 to 20. Were $3.98 and 54.98. Dresses and Smocks, $1 Slightly soiled wash dresses arid smocks formerly priced up to $2.98. Pajamas, $1.98 ' Slightly soiled pajamas of silk or corduroy, one and two piece styles. Were up to $5.98. Sweaters, §1.98 Brushed wool twin sweaters, hand knit-slip-overs and a few Bradley wool slip-over sweaters formerly priced up to $5. Mcrlccl's Second Floor Bargains in Quality Merchandise Merkel's Economy Basement Knit Dresses, ! /z Price These dresses are knitted of homespun, chenille, velve- tex and zephyr yarns 'in checks, plaids and plain colors. Sizes 14 to 20. Some were §5.95, now $2.98, others were ?3.90, now $1.98. Suede Dresses One piece dresses in scarlet, blue, green and rust, sizes 14 to 20. The material is a lovely chamois suede. AVooly Dresses, 79c In green, rust, navy, brown, wine and oxford, sizes 14 to 44. Twin Sweaters 51.48 and 51.88 In all desirable colors. Sharply reduced for this clearance. Sport Coats, $6.99 Really fine looking, warm coats in sizes 14 to 40. Dress Coats, §9.99 Mary Lane Coats of wonderful quality and tailoring, in sizes 14 to 48. Hurry! Stocks are limited so don't miss these remarkable values! Stockings, pr. 29c Chiffon hose in broken sizes and colors. Were 4Dc a pair. Lorraine Pajamas, 77c Slightly soiled but good as new, one and two piece styles, sizes 15, 1C and 17. Were priced to $1.19. Cotton Bloomers 2 pis. 35c Ladies' rayon striped cotton bloomers at a bargain price. Sheet Blankets, 44c Only a few left to close out. Fabric Gloves, pr. 37c Black, brown, wine, rust and grey washable fabric gloves in broken sizes. Were priced up to 69c. Children's Hose, pr. lOc Long cotton ribbed hose in sizes 6 to 9%.-Were 19c. Ladies' Hose, pr. 19c Rayon and wool stockings in tan and gunmetal, sizes 9 to 10',i. Were 29c. Brassieres, 2 for 25c Narrow and wide styles in sizes 32 to 42. Slymfarm Slips, lie Rip proof scams, plain tailored and lace trimmed, sizes 32 to 44. Were $1.19. Union Suits, 19c Children's union suits with high neck, long sleeves and ankle length or Dutch neck; short sleeves a n d knee length. Broken sizes, slightly soiled. Were 59c. Silk Hose, pr. 44c Full fashioned stockings, slightly irregulars of our better hose, sizes S 1 /-- to lOVc. Cotton Slips, 19c Ladies' slips in pink only. Just 23 left. Union StiiCs, 44c Ladies' suits of I a % wool, knee length, sleeveless, sizes 35 to 50. Rayon T a f f e t a , yd. 19c An idea! fabric for slips, quilts,'bed spreads, pillows and trimmings. In gold, green, red, pink and blue. Washable. 36 inch. Lace Panels, each 77c Curtain panels in several desiraole patterns, 46 inches wide. Were 98c. Lace Cloths SI.19 to $1.98 Beautiful lace table cloths in size 54x54 at $1.19; 60x60 at $1.39; 60x80 at $1.69; 72x 72 at $1.69; 72x90 at $1.98. Bed Spreads, SI .69 Bates woven spreads in twin or full bed size, green, blue, rose, orchid and gold. Undies, 9c Snuggies, pants and vests in small, medium and large sizes. Were Iflc. .Part '\yool Blankets pr. $2.59 Double blankets in rose, green and blue plaids bound with sateen. Limited quantity. Drapery Fabrics yd. lie One table of printed chal- Hes and cretonnes--wow, what a bargain! Cannon Towels 4 for 98c Double thread Turkish Bath Towels, size 20x40. Much below present market price. MEItKEL'S ECONOMY BASEMENT Draperies-- Glazed Chintz and Cretonnes, 4 yds. SI Excellent values in attractive patterns,'36 inch. Drapery Damasks, yd. S9c 50 inch material reduced in price for clearance. Ruffled Curtains, pr. 79c Odd lots and soiled Priscilla curtains and cottage sets. Curtain Panels each 49c, 69c and 98c Three groups of marquisette and novelty weave curtain panels. Grenadines,' 36 inch -yd. 19c Drapery Remnants, 1-3 off MERKEL'S FIRST FLOOR Yarn Sale-- Shetland Floss, 19c One ounce balls, all wool, various colors, fine for sweaters, scarfs, etc. Zephyr Crepe, 39c Sunlight Zephyr Crepe Yarn in 1 1-3 ounce, 200 yard balls, silk and wool, lovely shades, regularly 65c a ball. Angel Crepe, 45c This magic Crepe Yarn is of silk and wool, one ounce balls and in several shades. Cassimere Yarn, 45c Two ounce balls, all wool, very limited amount. Wonder Crepe, 49c A silk and wool yarn in two ounce skeins, ideal for blouses. Twinkle Crepe, 39c Also French Zephyr--lovely quality yarns in one ounce skeins. MERKEL'S FIRST FLOOR Lingerie-- Carter's Union Suits 39c, 59c, 79c Final clearance of these fine union -suits for children. Of cotton, silk and wool, some sleeveless, others with short sleeves, knee length. Broken sizes from 2 yrs. to 16 yrs. Were up to $1.95. Carter Snuggies, 4 for SI Vests and panties of cotton and part wool. Now is the time to buy these at a remarkable saving. Carter Panties, 2 for SI Carter's part silk panties in tea rose and white. Also a few vests at 2 for $1. Children's Pajamas, 89c Outing pajamas in one and two piece styles, sizes 8, 10 and 15 years. Formerly to $1.50. nierkcl's First Floor Hand Bags-- Purses, 49c Fabricoid purses in pouch and underarm styles, moire linings, coin purses and mirrors. Were $1. Purses, $.1.49 Purses of real leather and wool boucle in underarm and pouch styles. Fancy ornament trimmings, silk linings, coin purses and mirrors. Were 52.98. Just think, only half price! MERKEL'S FIRST FLOOR Stationery-- Boxed Paper, 15c Note size stationery, greatly reduced. Initial Stationery, lOc Fine quality paper but not all initials. Merkcl's First Floor Linens-- Madeira Napkins 6 for 7Sc Lunch Cloths, 79c Size 52x52 inches, in plaids and checks. Guest Towels, 49c Hand made .of linen in pastel . shades. Bridge Sets, $1.47 Of pure white rice linen and natural color linen embroidered and appliqued in colors. Linens, 49c Odd lots of linens including lace doilies, scarfs,' towels and card table covers. Mcrkol's First Floor Dress Goods-- Winter \Vobieus, yd. $1.37 A fine assortment of colors in plain and novelty weaves. Lengths from 1 to 4 yards. 54 inches wide. Were $1.98 a yard. Acetate Crepes, yd. (iSc Faille, granite, blister weaves and prints. Mostly short lengths. 39 inch. Woolens, yd. 59c Clean up of odd lots of woolens in plain colors and tweeds. 54 inch. Merkel's First Floor Hosiery-- Children's Hose, pr. 25c Silk and wool hose in full length. Service Hose, pr. 79c All silk service weight stockings in broken sizes. Abcrle Stockings, pr. S!)c Four thread chiffon in perfect · quality. Holeproof Stocking's pr. 50c Close-outs of these fine, nationally known stockings, all perfect quality, size R\i only. Merkcl's First Floor Confections-- Mixed Nuts, Ib. 79c Those fine, large, butler-, toasted mixed nuts .containing pecans, brazils, cashews and almonds. Friday and Saturday only. Chocolates, Hi. 29c Filled w i t h peanut butter ant! hard, crispy centers. Regularly Buutc Chocolates, Ib. 49c Hand rolled orange, raspberry, maple nut, vanilla, caramel and nougats--light and dark. Heg- ularly ROc.- MERKEL'S FIRST FLOOR Neckwear-- Collars, 49 c Organdie, pique and satin collars with high and V necklines. Some have cuffs. Were ?1 and $1.98. Scarfs, 39c All wool scarfs in bright plaids, checks and stripes. MERKEL'S FIRST FLOOR Notions-- Odora Storage Cabinets each 98c Delnap Sanitary Napkins 12 in box, 3 boxes 49c Silverware Rolls Non-larnishable flannel, for 36 pieces. each 39c MERKEL'S FIRST FLOOR Go Your Own Way in a . . . New Spring Straw ff*§^r" ^R fi -'-' --"· W $ :: '^ SO 98 ^~=¥ / s -'--- ' **' ^r · *^ V^ fe-//NTM £A These New Spring Straws arc termed the "Free Souls of Fashion." They bow to no dictator, they are smart, youthful and can be worn at the present time. A generous collection for your choice in all the wanted colors, types'and head sizes. MERKEL'S SECOND FLOOR

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