The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on April 7, 1936 · Page 6
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April 7, 1936

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 6

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SIX MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, APRIL 7 1936 NINE DEALERS TO SHOW NEW AUTOS IN LOCAL SHOW Latest Developments in Car Industry to Be Shown This Week. Preparations are going ahead full Hast for the second annual individual automobile show to be held here by nine loca! dealers Thursday, Friday and Saturday. With the dates for the show only a few days away, dealers are hurrying to be in readi- iess as the show opens Thursday. This year's automobile show will lie held on lines similar to that of last year. Each automobile dealer taking part in the display will make special plans for showing; models in his own showroom. All latest development in the automobile industry will be exhibited, together with 1936 models of cars of which nine dealers are agents in Mason City. It is felt by all dealers taking part that the annual show tends to stimulate greatly the interest in automobiles and makes it possible for a prospective buyer to make a thorough inspection of all types of tars before making his purchase. The following firms will participate in the show: Birum Olson company, 315 North Federal avenue, Buick and Olds- Jnobile. Wagner Motor company, 202 first street southeast, Ford and Lincoln Zephyr. Lapiner Motor company, 125 Delaware avenue southeast, Dodge and Plymouth. John Gallagher, Inc., 25 Second street southeast, Pontiac Sixes and Eights. Tom Summerhays company. 120 Delaware avenue, northeast, Packard, Terraplane and Hudson. J. H. Marston, 19 Third street northeast, Chrysler and Plymouth. Jewell Motors, Inc., 10 Fourth street northeast, De Soto and Plymouth. Folsom Auto company, 722 South Federal avenue, Graham. North Iowa Motor company, 520 North Federal avenue, studebaker John Read. Clear Lake, at the Park 1 hospital Saturday. Mrs. J. H. T.epper, 513 Washington avenue northwest, was dismissed from the Mercy hospital Saturday following treatment. Mrs. David'C. Vigdabl, 912 President avenue southwest, was admitted to the Park hospital Sunday for a major operation. Orville Rowe, 611 Connecticue avenue southeast, was dismissed Tom the Mercy hospital Saturday "ollowing treatment. Mrs. J. W. Hill, 418 Washington avenue northwest, was admitted to Jie Park hospital Sunday for a ma- or operation. Miss Anna Shanley, 411 West State street, was dismissed from the Mercy hospital Sunday follovv- g a minor operation. Albert Flores, 503 Seventeenth street northwest, was dismissed from the Park hospital Sunday following a minor operation. Mrs. D. W. Grippen, Jr., and infant daughter, 112 Rhode Island dvenue southeast, were dismissed from the Mercy hospital Sunday. A daughter weighing 7 pounds 4 ounces was born to Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Miner, Clear Lake, at the Park hospital Sunday. Mrs. Clifford Johnson, SZl'.i Fifth street southeast, was dismissed from the Mercy hospital Sunday following a major operation. Mrs. Courtney Lawyer and infant son, Manly, were dismissed from the'Mercy hospital Sunday. Mrs. Matt Edmundson and infant son, Hayfield, were dismissed from the'Mercy hospital Sunday. AT THE HOSPITALS Miss lola Chase, 213 Monroe avenue southwest, was admitted to the park hospital Saturday for a major operation. Mrs. Leslie Eisgrove and infant son, 118 Twenty-fifth street southeast, were dismissed from the Story hospital Sunday. Frederick Carson, 23 Fifteenth street northeast, was dismissed from the Park hospital Saturday following a minor operation. A daughter weighing: 7*£ pounds was born to Mr. and Mrs. A. Marvin Adkins, 433 First street northeast, at the Mercy hospital Sunday. John Lansing, 421 Fourteenth street northwest, was dismissed from the Park hospital Saturday following treatment. Miss Gertrude Peterson, 210 Twenty-fifth street southwest, was admitted to the Mercy hospital Sunday for a major operation. A daughter weighing 4 pounds 7 ounces was born to Mr. and Mrs. Services Each E.venrns at Church of Christ During the present week, the Church of Christ is holding services each evening at 7:30 on the theme "The Meaning of the Cross in Christian Experience." The pastor 0. L. Kratz, is delivering the sermons. Monday night the sermon theme is "The Cross in Christian Belief." Dikka Moen will sing the solo,."I Know Not How That Beli- lehem's Babe," Ovcrby. No offering is taken at any of these services A special chest is provided for sac rifice gilts. The services arc open to the public. Young People Present Evening Service Drama A short drama illustrating the decision of a girl to stay home and study and its consequences was presented by three girls at the evening service Sunday at the Church of Christ. Edith Modlin as Mary took the part of the girl who stayed in. Dola Garrison, as Hazel, took tile part of the girl who stepped out. Elizabeth Seeley as Jane took the part of the girl who came back. A solo accompaniment was sung by Thelma Jacobsen, accompanied by her sister. Lela. . BALD-NO-MORE GROWS HAIR Stops falling hair, dandruff, itching scalp and overcomes dry scalp and hair. A trial will convince you. Sold by Huxtable Drug Company U6 South Federal Phone 92] You Can Always Find Your Needs at Gombault's Caustic Balsom Kow-Kare and Calves Cordial Xoylers Teat Dilators Nakik's Dilators Coukey's Preparations Seargent's Preparations Grove's Preparations Milk Tubes and Prqehars Formaldehyde, Sodium Flou- ride, Semeson Jr., Semeson Bell Valspar Paints and Varnishes Dr. Hess Poultry and Stock Tonic Dip and Fly Chaser Lice Powder Lee Gprmozone Stock and Poultry Tunics Tablets and Liquids Dr. Robert's Veterinary Preparations (full line) Fleming's Blister Ointments and Liniments Bickraare's Gall Salves and Healing Powder Bag; Balm and Udder Balm H U N D R E D S OF OTHER ITEMS NOT MENTIONED AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES! North Iowa's Largest Drug Store" 1 1 6 South Federal Ave. Mason City, lowo VALUES are BUILDING THE HUB Anniversary Special on SHIRTS A special lot of fine broadcloth shirts in strictly fast color preshrunk fabrics. Attractive patterns for spring. A real value at this price! SECOND ANNIVERSARY PRESENTATION BY THE HUB 1936 Marks Our Second Year of Faithful and Successful Service NOW WE GREET YOU WITH ANOTHER STRIKING EXAMPLE OF SERVICE AND VALUE G I V I N G BY A N N O U N C I N G OUR Anniversary Special on All new spring hand tailored silks in smart colorful plaids and stripes. fl !\ Anniversary Special on F a m o u s Cooper's Broadcloth. 3 button French top, elastic or side tie style drawers. Shirts of fine quality cotton rib. Anniversary Special on Brushed wool styles in blues, tans and oxford grey. Many with zipper fronts. VALUES are BUILDING THE HUB Anniversary Special on HATS All new spring shapes and shades of fine quality felt. A new . Easter Hat .at a real savings. Many have contrasting bands, others are trimmed in harmonizing bands and linings! Important Savings on Famous -- Kuppenheimer Suits, Michaels-Stern "Value First" Clothes, Randcraft Suits, Parkway Suits, Manchester Suits and Yale Young Men's Suits. Important Savings on Famous -Eagle Viscolized Shirts, Celebrated Stylepark Hats, Manleigh Hats, Interwoven Socks and Cooper's Men's Underwear and Socks. ^·" i "-^ It Starts Wednesday--Just in Time for Easter! This Anniversary Sale was planned months ago in order to give you these great savings that otherwise would be impossible. All new spring merchandise, carefully selected from the leading makers in America, now offered to you at savings you cannot afford to miss. This is a sale that w i l l clearly demonstrate our Value Leadership! No Charge for Alterations SPECIAL LOT NEW EASTER No Charge for Alterations SPECIAL LOT NEW SPRING $19' New Sport Suits in single or double breasted models. The season's newest shades of greys, tans and blues expertly tailored in fine Tweeds, Cheviots and. Worsteds. These are smart Spring Weight Coats in half belt or full belted models. Colorful new plaids and mixtures so popular for spring. A real value at §14.95! The Season's Outstanding Clothing Value Offered Here in These Famous Kyppertheimer Hondcrafted Suits Men! Here's your opportunity to buy famous Kuppenheimer Suits at a price that is unusually low. This is really an outstanding value" every man sh ould take advantage of. All the new Spring fabrics and models are shown in this selection. Beautiful new colorings for Spring and famous Handcrafting by Kuppenheimer is your assurance of a perfect fit. II These nationally famous "Value First" Clothes a r e offered now at extraordinary great savings. INew Spring suits in the popular sport styles--single or d ouble breasted models. New Spring suits in conservative models. New fabric ideas. New colorin gs. A value treat in fine clothes you cannot aiiora to miss. Special values in men's young men's Hundreds of pairs to chouse from tn all tlm m;uest fabrics of twists, Hvmls and worsteds. Sinrt trousers and etmsvrvntivr trousers. Many t:iIiPti from nur j part suit stm-k._ "SEE OUR WINDOWS" "COMPARE OUR VALUES' "Home of Kuppenheimer Good Clothes' 4 South Federal Avenue Anniversary Special on A Great Value-Treat For You in New Spring SOCKS Famous Cooper's Socks --Regular 35c value. All new spring pattern .ideas! , ; Anniversary Special on Silk pongee in coat style with contrasting trim on collars, cuffs and pockets. Sizes A to D. A wonderful value at this low price! 1 Anniversary Special on Including whites and fancy s p o r t styles. Made of finest calfskin, durable construction throughout! OTHERS $3.95--$4.95

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