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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 11

Mason City, Iowa
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Friday, March 13, 1931
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MARCH-13 1931 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE v 11 FIRE DAMAGES FARM BUILDINGS Blaze oh Farm Occupied by McFarlin Near Rockwell. Starts in. Garage. ' ROCKWELL*, .March 13.---Dam_age estimated .at several thousand dollars resulted from, a fire.,last , night, on; the! farm seven: miles northwest of here occupied 1 by Roy ;MeFarlin. The blaze started in ; the garage and destroyed this building, .together with, ah old -barn, corn · crib, granary, hoghouse-and poul- Iryhouse. Will; Walsh, Meservey, owns the farm. Seed grain was also destroyed. SEEKS SPEED MARK MRS, STODDARD, . LUVERNE, DIES Funeral Services Will Held Saturday for Aged Woman. LUVERNE, '.-. March IS.^Mrs. Mary B. Stoddard,- 84, widow of. a Civil war vveteran, died here yesterday afternoon from old age infirmities. She had been ill -for six months. Her husband'preceded her in death 52 years ago. Funeral serv- ives will be held at 2:30 o'clock Saturday afternoon at the M. B, church in charge of the Rev.. H.v A. ! Reyman. Mrs.'Stoddard is survlve'd by two daughters,'.Mrs. Flora Raney, Luverhe,-and Mrs. Ida Stone, Sioux City, and one son,'Jess, Luverne. THREEMENlRE GIVEN 5 YEARS Are Sentenced a* Algona for Stealing and Receiving - Stolen Property. ALGONA, March 13.--Three, men have been taken to state Institutions 'to serve sentences of five years following 1 their arraignment before/ Judge F. C. Davidson for stealing and receiving- stolen "goods. They are WiUalm Falwey, 55, who lived a mile, south of-here- -rLoren Farrell 22, wljo has 'been working- near Algona on a grading outfit, and Donald Clap saddle, 19, near Corwith A fourth/member of thfc.gang, Ralp 1 ! Falwey, ?2; son of William, wa.s not sentenced. ' According' t tp officers tl^younger boys stole corn from farmers {n v UCoS3utlf l-i-'-'-^i and Clapsaddle were si to the reformatory at Anamosa and Falwey was taken to the penitentiary at Fort Madison. TEND M. E, Churches Represented in Varied Program at Algona. ALGONA. sTarch 13.---Approximately 1,000.-persona attended the music festival here.when many musicians from M. E. churches in.the Algona .district participated. The Rev. W.H. Lease, district superintendent, presided., Those who participated represented the best mu L Bicians who won in group contests. Prof. Paul MacCollih, Morningside college, led the'chorus choirs and Prof. Leo: Kucinski, .also of .Morningside directed the'orchestras Mrs. Kucinksi played -the piano and Mrs. R; P. Norton was at the organ for chorus numbers; , More than 40C 'musicians were on the program. Among- those oh t!ie program were the Armstrong'junior 'choir; Mrs, Marvin McShane, .Estherviile; Burt junior choir; Mrs. LilllanvThlel ·-Armstrong; 'Plover girls' quartet; Mrs, C. : A. .Richardson, '· Renwick: Armstrong quartet; Emory Stewart Thompson'; .Mrs. Harland . Soper, Emmetsburg; , L u v e r n e quartet; Myrtle Weber^ Garner; mixed quartet from Estherviile. and E. A. Gent rich, AJgona."'.. rPlay Will Be Presented, i NORA.SPRINGS,'March 13.--The Crescenbelub win give a'play which includes the 20 the P T. A. meeting -at the high .school auditoriunvTuesday evening. Infant Son Is Buried. , RtJDD, March 13.--Funeral services for the infant son of Mr. anc Mrs. John Hpltz were held Thursday afternoon_ af the Wesleyan Methodist church with the Rev Clarence Budejislck offlciating. The son was born and died Wednesday. , Mrs. Do I/qnjj Eecovers RXJDD--Mrs. George De Long recovered from a severe attack of heart disease. · ·· Mrs. Florence Lowe Barnes pf~Los Angeles hopes to\break Capt. Frank' Biawks* transcontinental record in her monoplane Svhich'ls similar to ' his mystery ship: She IB a claimant' of - the wrold's airplane speed Tecord.of 196 miles an hour. HERE and THERE Come From' Chicago NOR A ' SFKlNGS^-Mr; and Mrs L. i, Hllliof Chicago were gu4sts at the home of Mrs Hill's parents, Mr and Mrs.vFred Buckman. P.'T. A. to Meet Monday CLARION--The March meeting of the,' : Parent-Teacher organization will be held at .the high school gymnasium* Monday night. A woman from Mason City will address the grqup on P. T. A work IJeave for'Santa Clara ALGONA--Mrs. Aubrey Bonham left'for^ Santa. Clara, Cal., where she will remain with her parents until fall..;; Mr. Bonham,! athletic coacti will join 1 her in the summer. Taken (to Hospital NORA SPRINGS--Harold ;Priem is at Rochester, Minn , [yhere he wil go thru the clinic Mr. and Mrs George Benz haye taken their son Sidney, to' the tiilyersity_hospita at Iowa"City-for examination , Fourth Fire Put Out" , -DECORAH--The fourth fire o ^M^Wfek^Scurretfaytortordayj after nobn : '«it T 'the'Arthur Bang residence near the- city limits on'HIgnway 55 No serious damage was done. Profit "Totals $S5 RTJDD--About $35 was made, bj the M. E. Ladies' Aid supper Wed nesday evening. Club Holds Meeting C L A R I O N -- N e w Century met .the' home .of Mrs. Earl J Barlow..Thursday afternoon. IB Injured at Los Angeles vALGONA--Mr. and Mrs.- W. H Hpran received word that their son Clemmer, Los' Angeles, suffered a cerebral concussion as a" result of a car accident, butj is' imprpving. '. '· Superintendent Will Speak ' ' NORA SPRINGS--The Rev. F. C Witzigman,. district supermtenden of the Waterloo district of the Upper-Iowa conference, will preach tHe Sunday morning sermon 'af 10:30 at the Methodist church. DR. T.S. CLARK OSTEOPATOMIC -PBiYSIC IAN General Practice--Ear,' Nose, Throat M. B. A..Bldg. Phono 2192 ftun-Down^Weak |Neryous? To have plenty of firm flesh and the ability to do a big day's wort and feel "like a twcnyear old" at night, -you must eat :three good meals a 'day, relish your food'and properly digest it. If you can't eatj' can't sleep/can't worky just giyeT'anlac the chance to .do for you /what it.has done for, (millions.' , :··''?- " - f . · Mrs. Fred Westin, 0/387 E. fijrth St ; North, Portland,;Ore.,says: "Tanlac' cured ray stomach'trouble completely" after three'years of suffering. It built me up to.perfect'health, with'a gain of 27 Ibs. That ^as tw.oyears ago,-and I'still enjoy-«iej)est of health.". ' - .'· '. Tanlac is.^oiiderful for indiBestion and constipatioiir-gas pains, nausea 1 , dizziness 'and Jieadaches. It" brings back lost 'appetite, helps you digest your food, arid gain strength and weight: It contains nomincraldrugs; it is 'made of roots, b'arts and herbs, nature's own medicirfes fo/the sfck. The cost is less,than 25 a dose. Get a bottle from yoyr druggist; Ypur'money back if it doesn't help. SHEPARD FARM LOANS MR. LANDOWNER: During the nineteen years this office bas loaned more than ten million dollars to farmers in Northern Iowa and Southern Minnesota. We have a large number of loan companies that give us exceptionally good service. Drop u a ' a line and let us know your requirements.^ Our loans are made on the regular five-year plan and also on the amortization plan with liberal prepayment options and at lowest interest rates. We also handle city loans on good Mason City property and have some mortgages for sale to investors. ' Long Distance Ph, No. 284-286 HughShepard MASON CITY, IOWA . Rooms 501-5IS M. a A. 98-lb. sack bleached mangled. Grade A. ·" Be Thnfty!Shop at Ward's! Store Hours 8:30 a.m. to 9:30 p. m. In this great selling event--Golden Arrow Jubilee--we seek to demonstrate to 1.700,000 new customers, the saving and service advantages of the world's largest chain..b'f Retail Department Stores, to win 700,000 new customers is a great task. But we are prepared! Our merchandise^our prices-^our serving facilities--and our salespeople are equal.tb the job as,never before in our history. We secured many outstanding bargains to positively'insure the success of this drive. During this week, we pledge a continuation of our usual courtesy and service to our millions of DLD customers,--to oiir NEW customers we pledge our utmost in value giving and satisfaction. Saturday is the opening day! COME--SEE--BUY--SAVE! Candy Special Delicious chocolates, , creams and other varieties. ,, Windsor Gyrator! With Porcelain Enameled Tub! Jubilee "Special-$ 64 ,50 '.. ' ,. V|2.00 WEEKLY 1 SMALL CARRYING CHARGE Here is the new. Windsor priced at a saving of from ?30 to 550! 6 to 8 sheet capacity . . . Lovell Wringer \ . . . Tri-Vone Agitator. Only a limited number! Hurry for yours! ·Smart New Styles Direct ,Fro» New York, to You! ·· fi ^A T * f7i*T* " ~ Ji * " New Spring Hats $ 1 - 0 0 1 They're new -they're simple -they're different-they are-exclusive. Beautifully styled. Volume Buying .Power lri^^r^.Orea^aloe!. ^S^PcL'-Iimeir iet, $1.00 Luncheon set in white, or .with colored borders. Cloth 52x52 -'inches. 4 napkins. Spring Dresses That Claim First Place in the Easter. Wardrobe! .99 -Be among the first to wear them! The new print designs on dark backgrounds ... the mew high shades in flat crepes . . . the molded lines, with deep pjeats and flares, cowl necklines, interesting sleeves! Some frocks, foo, with clever jackets. Models that reflect the smart 5th Avenue styles! And--at this price, there's another important reason for bnying! .Women's and Misses' sizes. The Home Cornea in for Its Share of Jubilee Savings; Felt Base Rugf "Floral and. tile d e s i'. g: n s. ; Water - proof surface on felt base. 9 x 12'ft. size. Even Our Old Customers' are Amazed at These Wonder Vafues! "·· . · Chiffon Hose! Full foshioned, all. silk -- dull finish. P i c o t t o p s , French heels, · in , the new shades. These Must Bo Good Values! · We : Sold 6,000,000 Pairs :. in 1030 ^ Men's Work Shoes $O.39 Mahogany re- tan uppers, oak leather soles, leather . heels. Riveted reinforcements. Big Buying Power" Makes Such Values Possible! Hemmed Sheets! $1.00 Size 81x90 ins. O u r b e s t " T r e a s u r e Chest" quality. Pillow c a s e s . to match, 25c. "I can't make this Wallpaper Fade" Harvey's^ ' chemists 'the other d a y. ·. "I've given it every teat-^-equlva- ' lent'to years arid years of exposure to the sun --and still 'it won't fade!" Non-Fading WALLPAPER IS GUARANTEED! And not only.that--but it's a higher grade paper.than you can buy at TWICE the price! The designs are the very ne'west-- created both in America and in Europe. Cpme in and see out large selection: i ' Rambler P l a i d characteristic --beautiful. Double roll. Fourtony a restful pleasing. def sign double roll. The Modernist -,. strikingly n e w, double roll. 16c., , 3(fc 32c *Dr. Harvey is head of our great testing laboratory. Every four seconds somebody buys a RIVERSIDE 29x4.40 Balloon Here's why: Riversides have been giving: eatisfac- tory service for 20 years. Millions are In use. They're backed^ by an unlimited guarantee. They're FIRST quality ttrcs --and prices are the lowest Jn hJetory-- compare for yourself: , ' TIRE SIZES AND PRICES Riverside G-PIy 29x4.40 $7:15 30x4.50 ¥7.48 31x5.25 $10.25 33x6.00 ¥11.00 Riverside 4-Piy 30x31/, $4.40 31x5.25 S8.55 30x4.50 .!?5.'69 29x4.75 $8.75 All Other Sizes At Equal Savings! Value Like This Will Win 1,700,000 New Customers Men's Overalls! A special value for Jubilee jWeek! Of white-back blue denim-mill shrunk. Big pock- eta, triple-stitched seams, rust-proof buttons. High and low back styles. BALL BEARING Roller Skates % 1^29 They're, fast aa the March winds/. . . and oh so easy riding! ' Ball-bearing rollers, strong truss braces, leather heel strap, strong toe clamps. Every active child will welcome a pair! » Laundry Specials for Jubilee" Week ' P. G, Soap, 10 bars .. .2Dc Oxydol, 18c each, 2 for ..35o Chlpso, 18c each, 2 for .. .SSo Clothes ^ns, pkg. of 40 i . H c Aluminum Ware Special 49c An outstanding special, for this event--pans, 'kettles, etc. Wonderful-quality, wonderful ·value. Licensed by RCA 7 Tubes V. .New! No Wonder We're the Largest Rei , tail Radio Distributors, in the World.' Only $5 Down puts this smart radio in your home, fully equipped! Triple Screen-Grid, Tone Control, Dynamic Speaker. Modern cabinet of Walnuts and Oriental Wood Veneers! ' $2.00 WEEKLY SMALL CARRYING .CHARGE Ward's Bought .. 250 ,000 Yards -- Buying ^Power Does It I Colonial Prints! 15c Guaranteed fast colors! D a i n t y floral, guy dot and c h e c k patterns. Jubilee sale! Tempting Value* that Old and New Customers Can't B*»bt! i . 7* i * Rayon Lingerie 2 for $ 1 - 0 0 1 Women's Bloomers, Step - Ins, Vests, Panties! Of ruu-resiatant rayon. Well made. · Spring In the Rough Woolens So Smart for Easter! .00 All Specially Priced \ They herald Spring' with their- smart belted waistlines, clever sleeves, fabric scarves. The basket weaves, , sports tweeds, and wool crepes are the newest fabrics and they "come in black, navy and two-tone mixtures. See them in this specially planned, specially priced showing on Jubilee Day! Women's and Misses', sizes. Only In, Jubilee. Week Could You -Find Such Value! · Think of It! Ward's Bought 100,000 Shirts for This Sale! Men's Shirts Men's "Crusader" Broadcloth shirts in plain and fancy pat- ti.rns and al! whites. Stay- Rite collars, Pearl buttons, box centera, square-cut tails. Double pre-shrunk. Ward's Bought 250,000 Yards --Buying .Power Docs It! Values IJko This Have Won Us Many New Friends! New House Frocks 69c A special! Frocks In gay summery prints. Flare and pleated skirts. Sleeveless or short sleeves. Sizes 3G to 54. Buy now and Save! MONTGOMERY WARD Co. 24-30 SECOND STREET 7 N.E. PHONE 57 SAVJNHS ;« MASON CITY Week!

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