The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on April 7, 1936 · Page 12
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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 12

Mason City, Iowa
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Tuesday, April 7, 1936
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TWELVE MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, APRIL 7 · 1936 BUILDING, HOUSE FURNISHING SHOW APRIL 14 TO 16 Suggestions on How to Build and Equip Homes Will Be Shown in Exhibits. Suggestions on how best to build a modern home from the standpoint ot materials and styles of architecture will be given at the fourth annual building and home furnishing show to be held at the high school gymnasium in Mason City April 14, If. and 16 under the sponsorship of the North Iowa Builders exchange. Then too, there will be ideas presented on how to pay for the house under the federal housing act, there will be all kinds of suggestions on how to install the electric fixtures to get the right lighting effects and graphic methods presented for the selection of paints and interior decorating. The new realm of color that has opened in the field of plumbing fixtures such as the equipment for the kitchen and the bathroom will be among the interesting things to be seen at the show. Scores of other exhibits of things used in the building and furnishing of a home will be shown. There will be various types of roofing, the latest developments in wallpaper, the newest thing in furniture and other articles such as wash machines and refrigerators. Mark Harpster, chairman of the committee in charge, and his assistants are now at work making preparations for the biggest show ever held in Mason City. It is their view the business tide has turned and that the building and home furnishing industry is on the upward trend. A bicycle track is to be built along the new Oshford highway in England, at a cost of .$25,000 a mile. GORGEOUS EASTER LILY PLANTS $1 to $5 There's lots of other Blooming Plants and Cut Flowers, too. Don't forger that Easter is next Sunday . . . order now from' Kemble's. We Deliver. Soviet Again Warns Nippon TERRITORY" UNDEIS JAPANESE CONTROL *ND INFLUENCE TESRITORV UNDER SOVIET CONTROL AND IKFUIENCE Map show scene of latest reported invasion of outer Mongolia by Japanese-Manchoukuoan troops, leading to heavy fighting. The soviet government warned Japan to put an immediate end to attacks by Japanese troops on Mongolians. Invaders proceeded SO miles inside Mongolian territory. New Automobiles Amos L. Moore, 113 Jefferson avenue southwest, oidsmobile coach. C. E. Wells, Clear Lake, Chevrolet sedan. F. E. Weatherly, Park Inn hotel, Chevrolet sedan. Earl Knudtson, 714 Washington avenue southwest, Chevrolet coach. E. H. Wagner, 49 Beaumont drive, Lincoln Zephyr sedan. M. W. Sprc'le, 321 Third street northwest, Dodge truck. L. N.. Quinby 107 First street northwest, Chevrolet pickup. Harold Shelhorn, 539 Seventh street southeast, Chevrolet sedan. John S. Auld, 411 Second street southwest, Chevrolet sedan. Clifford A. Peterson, 15 Washing- KEMBLE'S GREENHOUSE 1205 South Federal -- 7 West State Phone 55 ····^··············^·····M FINK'S EASTER OFFERINGS ARE The Cream of Coat and Suit Styles from all Markets . . . The finest workmanship--The greatest values-The most distinctive styles . . BECAUSE . . . 20 years of buying experience is back of every purchase we make . . . we know materials ... trimmings ... style trends ... tailoring ... and our sponsorship is your best guarantee of satisfaction. COATS-SUITS We're receiving new shipments daily ... and they're positively the smartest Suits and Coats we've ever shown. All the popular modes--swaggers, jiggers, all lengths, mannish tailored models. All the bright spring colors and shades in all sizes! Look Smart for Easter in One of Our New DRESSES Of course you'll want a new Dress for Easter, and Fink's is the place to buy it! A big selection of brand new frocks . . . exact duplicates of dresses selling for two or three times this low price--see them! To S. FED. S. .FED. ton avenue southwest, Chevrolet sedan. Harlan M. Broers, city, Plymouth coupe. Red Star Oil company, city, Chevrolet truck. Frank Kraubetz, Manly, Dodge truck. Albert Kistner, 113 Delaware avenue southeast. Dodge truck. Brice Brown, city, International truck. Mr. and Mrs. O. S. Gilmore. 1626 Pennsylvania avenue southeast, Pontiac sedan. Evalyn Grobe, 724 Eighth street northeast. Plymouth coupe. E. S. Nichols, Manly, Pontiac sedan. B. B. Dag-gett, 227 First street northwest, Studebaker sedan. Otis Stoll, 722 South FederaJ avenue, Graiajn sedan. Roy M. Ferrier, 1304 Washington avenue northwest, Graham coach. W. E. Wendel, 323 Vermont avenue southeast, Plymouth sedan. Bernard Youngerman, city, Buick coupe. E. F. Vaughn. 512 Sixth street southeast, Buick coupe. Mynnie V. Burner, Y. W. C. A., Chevrolet coupe. B. J. Tracy, 219% North Federal avenue, Chevrolet sedan, Roger Lyons, 601 North Federal a\'enue, Oidsmobile coach. Mrs. Robert Glazer, 107 Vermont avenue southeast, Dodge sedan. Charles E. Cooper, 725 Hampshire avenue northeast, Oldamobile sedan. The Rev. L. L. Orth, Meservey, Chevrolet sedaji. F. J. Ryan, 635 Sixth- street south, east, Plymouth sedan. Gilbert Greg-ergon, 922 Monroe jlace northwest, Ford coach. Dr. Kingsley R. Rogers, Clear Lake, Chevrolet sedan. Donald Larson, Clear Lake, Chevrolet sedan. J. E. Young, 1021 First street northwest, Packard sedan, L. S. Streeter, route 1, Packard sedan. C. S. Thompson, 120 Delaware avenue northeast, Terraplane coupe. Barrett Brothers, 20 Second street northeast, Ford truck. W. D. Lattimer, 243 Fifth street southeast, Ford coach. Lanier West, 1504 Adams avenue northwest, Ford coach. L. R. Woodard, 507 East State street, Ford coach, Mrs. Earl Young, 203 Second street southeast, Ford coupe. C. M. Grippen, 25 Vermont avenue southeast, Oidsmobile coupe. Mrs. O. A. Satter, 20 Crescent drive, Oidsmobile coupe. Jack G. Bennett, 814 North Federal avenue, Chevrolet truck. Mason City Brick and Tile company, city, Plymouth coach. S. and R. Chevrolet company, city, Chevrolet sedan. Dr. Roger R. Flickinger, Park hospitaJ, Buick coach. B. D. Stickfprt, route 5, Chevrolet sedan. Max Schultz, 1011 Quincy avenue northwest, Terraplane coach, 'International Harvester company, city. International truck. Tyler-Ryan Furniture company, city. International truck. Mrs. Clara Sawyer, Clear Lake, Ford sedan. Officers for Lonerock Church Are Announced LONEROCK--The annual Congregational meeting of the local church was held Friday evening. Officers elected were: P. M. Christiansen and Frank Dackin, trustees for a three year term, and Thill Christenson for one year; treasurer, N. L. Cotton; pianist, Mrs. P. M. Christenson; Sunday school superintendent, R. M. Christeson; Sun- 1 day school pianist, Florence Looft; cradle roll department, Mrs. A. A. Krueger; Sunday school treasurer and secretary, Neva Thompson. Meservey Student in Group on Chicago Trip AilES -- Henry Haltwassen of Meservey, a senior in chemical engineering at Iowa State college here, is one of 41 students who are in Chicago this week making an inspection of chemical industries under the supervision of Dr. H. A. Webber and E. L. McMillen of the chemical engineering faculty. The j chemical engineers will survey occupations which await them after graduation in June and note practical applications ol 4 years study. Some will seek employment SPECIAL FOR THE OPENING OF OUR NEW BARGAIN BASEMENT EXTRA; EXTRA/ 100 WORTH OF GROCERIES Given Away Absolutely ASK OUR CLERKS Below We Are Listing Only A Few Of Our Many Basement Bargains! MEN'S SOCKS 10c and 15c Grades. While 100 doz. O c last O 4 Pair for 29c--Basement BROOMS OUR LEADER While 15 doz. last only ... 25 WATER PAILS 12 Quart |Q C Extra Special... Basement BREAD BOX Made of Beautiful Metal Worth 75c Only With S3 Purchase E X T R A ! 500 MEN'S Full Cut, Pre-shrunk EASTER DRESS SHIRTS 69® WORTH $1.00 New patterns in men's shirts that won't shrink--won't fade--always fit. Better Grades 8"c to $1.35 Get Your Share Now--Be Here Early! MAIN FLOOR Special Sale of PAINTS and VARNISHES Get Our Prices Before Buying! BOYS' SHIRTS Nicely made up In flark and light colors. 35c 48c 69c VALUE TO 48c . VALUE TO 75c .. VALUE TO 51.00 MAIN FLOOK MEN'S DRESS SHIRTS While they last Better Grades, S9c, 87c BASEMENT WOMEN'S PELT SLIPPERS All 6 Sizes A BASEMENT Why Pay More? Bur for Less at Sam's! MEN'S EASTER SUITS AND TOPCOATS This season we offer the snappiest styles, the best fabrics, and the most complete line of fine TOPCOATS and SUITS for MEN AND BOYS that we have ever shown. We have priced our stock of Suits and Topcoats in three groups--each offers the utmost in value! GROUP 2 GROUP 1 All good Suits a n d Topcoats, but broken lots--ALL SIZES $9*5 About 200 men's and young men's suits and topcoats--all wool, latest styles and shades. $1295 GROUP 3 Sonic or the most attractively tailored suits and topcoats are included in this lot. Snappy styles in the latest shades and best fabrics. · Buy Your Suitor Topcoat at SAM'S and SAVE! SPECIAL SALE Men's and Boys' Easter Ties 19' 35c Grade 50c Grade .. 75c Grade BOYS' LONGIES MADE IN THE LATEST STYLES AND SHADES Values to $3 $1.98 $1.50 Values 87c j §2 Values $1.25 Men's Odd. Trousers Values to $3 $1.98 $9.98 I Va l ues $^1.98 ad I to $5 ft# Values to $4 Boys' Easter Suits With 2 long pants, or 1 short and 1 long pant. Extraordinary values have been arranged for this sale. At these prices it will pay you to buy for future needs. Values to $6.00 $3.98 Values to $8.50 $5.98 Values to $10.50 $7.98 EASTER HATS This Spring we are showing the most complete line of Hats we have ever shown. Come in and choose yours--any style,' any shade-Priced during this Sale from to For the Entire Family Thousands of pairs to chonse from in b l a c k , brown, gray, blue or white at unheard ot low p r i c e s . Do justice to yourself and .risit our shoe department before buying! Men's and Boys' Shoes and Oxfords $·1.39 $t.9S S0.69 89.69 $d.98 LADIES' CHILDREN'S OXFORDS STRAPS PUiMPS ic ftOc $1.39 $1-98 S«).f,9 BASEMENT Phone 434 OPEN EVENINGS TILL 8:30 DEPARTMENT STORE 201 S. Fed. Ave. KREE DELIVERY

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