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April 7, 1936

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 18

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EIGHTEEN MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTJE, APRIL 7 1936 WANT IN A WASHER Hen I j t h e Washer that hu EVERYTHING ytra'va wanted In - Hods Laundry ErnlpBUHit . . · The new ABC One-Flfty-SlxWajh- cr to 'Truly the World'. Grnleil Wa«her Value"--Hu more Exclu- «ITS Safety and Conranieaca Feature! than an? washer ever built. The new ABC French Type Agitator, together with the new laisr- erl capacity Porcelain Tub. waste* y o u r Clolhci Cleaner. Faster. WHTTEE. Atk lor a DemorutrsUon IB four own Homel Easy Credit Terms I Tyler-Myaii's 29 2nd St. S. E. Phone 3910 ...YOU CAN STILL HAVE MODERN REFRIGERATION A kerosene flame takes the place of electricity S UPERFEX is designed for your · home. It keeps foods fresh, freezes ice cubes and makes frozen desserts. You simply light the patented Superfex burners and forget them. Two hours later they go out automatically. But refrigeration continues for twenty-four hours or more. This short burning time gives you modern refrigeration in its most economical form. Superfex has been on the market for mote than eight years. It has thousands of satisfied users. And this year's models are the finest ever built They are beautiful in design, beautiful in finish, and practical through and through. Ask for free home demonstration. Easy terms, if you wish. Easy Credit Terms! Tykr-Eyait's 29 2nd St. S. E. Phone 3910 SUPERFEX THE OIL B U R N I N G R E F R I G E R A T O R A Product of Perfection Stove Compmy Chapin Girl Winner in Franklin Spelling Meet "HAMPTON -- Julia Cnristensen, 12, seventh grade pupil in the Cha- piji school and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hans Christensen of Chapin, was winner in the county spelling contesl here Salurday. She won first place among the 44 conteslants by corrccUy spelling "frolicking" afler Virginia Sernelt of Hampton Have Your . . . Wedding picture made here, at your home, or at the reception hall. R U S S E L L PHOTO STUDIO PHONE 2272 NEXT J. C. PENNEY CO. junior high, second place winner, missed it. Six medals were given as prizes by the Hampton Commercial club. Other winners were Kathryn Hackbarth of Morgan No. 5, third; Eunice Muhlenbruck, Latimer, fourth; Carroll Benson of Oakland No. 4, eighth place winner last year arid fifth this year and Eva Ander- Medals were E. Coonley. son, Coulter, sixth. presented by James county attorney. Protivin Boy Winner in Essay Competition PROTIVIN--Joseph Dostal, 11, son of Mrs. Stanley Dostal, who is attending Rudolphinium school of Protivin, won the archiocesan essay contest. Father Wolfe wrote that he is now entered in the state contest. Kent Nichols Wins New Award at Hobby Show Ten youn 2,789 Visited Local Exhibits, Survey Indicates. Kent Nichols won the president's cup a new trophy in connection with the hobby show held at the Y. M. C. A., for the best hobby which represents gxod workmanship as well as providing future leisure time benefits. The senior grand prize was won oy Melvin Decker, who was. last year's winner, and the junior cup by Sob Thomas." This show is sponsored annually by the Kiwanis club and the boys' department of the Y. M. C. A. ' A survey made Tuesday showed Russian women have that 2.789 persons visited the show covered the 1,300 miles from Moscow to Tyumen in Siberia on skis in 31 days despite that they had to cross the Ural mountains. at TYLER-RYAN'S JRNITUR COSTS LESS When you buy furniture and furnishings at this store you are not paying- a premium for elaborate surroundings and expensive decorations. We save you the difference . . . that is why i you pay lower prices here for the same high quality merchandise you would have to pay much more for elsewhere. Extra Special Genuine Rockford Make -- Modern Bedroom Suite A suite you'd be proua to own. Finest construction, jst-proof drawers, Beautiful walnut -veneered, e I I s all over for $149.50. our price of 4 pieces .50 Rebuilt Eureka VACUUM CLEANERS Complete With Alf ' Attachments $ 19 95 VHERflNJ'BONUS PAYMENT PLAN Over 300 Suites to Choose From Reg. $49.50, 2-Piece Tapestry Living Room Suites $35.00 Reg. $69.50, 2-Piece Mohair Living Room Suites $49.50 Reg. $89.50, 2-Piece Mohair Living Room Suites $69.50 Reg. $105, 2-Piece Mohair Living Room Suites. . $89.50 Reg. $65, Walnut Dining Room Suites $45.00 Reg. $79.50, Walnut Dining Room Suites $49.50 Reg. $89.50, Oak Dining Room Suites $69.50 Reg. $89.50, Modern Dining Room Suites $69.50 Reg. $59.50, Walnut Bedrom Suites $42.50 Reg. $69.50, Modern Bedroom Suites $52.50 Reg. $89.50, Modern Bedroom Suites $65.00 YOU MUST SEE THESE VALUES TO APPRECIATE THEM! *OUT OF TH WAY BUT LSS TO PAY" 6 FURNITURE CO. 29 SCOND PHONE 3910 in which 165 boys placed 485 exhibits. More than 300 attended the award night program at which the Rev. C. E. Flynn spoke on "The Value of Hobbies." Others Get Trophies. Otiher trophy winners included: For best bird house, Dovid Roberts; woodworking, Melvin Decker; coins, Fred Dalvey; photography, Robert Parrislh; cooking, Clifford Easely; art work, Louis CoU; project group display, world wide story club, Keith Sanborn, leader; stamp collection, Keith Saaborn. Cosmopolitan and peace scrap book, Merritt' Milligan; curios and relics, RaJpS Thomas; best radio, Sam Brwin; natural history, Clarke Gage; best model, Lewie MejewsM; best handicraft, Kent Nichols. Grade school trophy won by Wilson school; Junior high trophy won by Lincoln. The Bible study award for Pioneers was won by Jewell Duscheck. Results, in the order of placing, with the juniors in the first group under each division and the seniors in the second group, were: Natural History Rocks and fossils--Byron Zack, Frank Wilkinson, Charles Brown, Clarke Gage, Ralph Thomas, Slyvan- Tosel. Sea shells--Bobby Hermanson, Merrill Platts, Bob Gamble, Clarice Gage, Jack McGowan, Harold Peterson. Butterflies and insects--Albert Boonstra, Fred Hinz, Jack Cabanis, Paul Zeigler, Harold Peterson, Dick Knudson. Soil and sands--Robert Thomas, Ralph Thomas. Leaves, flowers, . seeds--Harold Riley, Frank Wilkinson, Robert Thomas, Dick Knudson, Olin Stor- vick. Woods--Frank Wilkinson, Billie Beck, Robert Thomas, Ralph Thomas. Minerals--Billy Haensch, Robert Thomas, Ralph Thomas, Clarke Gage, Slyvan Tosel. Coins American--Fred Dalvey, Don Layman,-Clarke Gage, Keith Sanborn. Foreign--Fred Dalvey, Keith Sanborn, Clarke Gage, Paul Zeigler. Stamps. U. S. collections--George Gooder,*" Donald Wright, John Hamilton; Bob Pairish, Merritt Milligan, Keoth Sanborn. Foreign collections -- N o r m a n Merkle, Donald Wright, Vern Gutter-man; Bob Parrish, Keith Sanborn, Merritt Milligan. Precancels--Clifford Rice; Keith Sanborn. Collections of covers, blocks and airmails--Bob Parrish, Merritt Milligan, Keith Sanborn (all seniors). Miscellaneous Hobbies. Buttons--Ronald Morehouse, Clifford Collen, Keith Baker. Magazine covers--Merritt Milligan. Marbles --- Myron Ewing, John Kunz, Donald Lein; Bob Lewis, Eli Killiau, Kent Nichols, Carlyle Peterson. ' Gum. ca.ndy wrappers--M. E. Olson, Jr. Ribbons and badges -- Merriti Milligan, Bill Blanchard. Nails--Frank Wilkinson. Autograph albums--Harold Riley. Knives--Earl Peterson. Bottles--Danny Zack. Flags--Loran H. Klein. Pennants--Richard Farrer. Keys--Junior Kunz, Gene Jacoby, Clifford Collen, Ray Dutcher, Ed Legard, Kenneth Shannon. Time tables--Fred Dalvey. KENT NICHOLS BOB THOMAS --Photo by Lock. MELVIN DECKER Blotters--Keith Hoveland. D y e , A r n o l d Bottle covers--Irwin Boyd, Junior Hubacher, John Magner. Claude Simpkins. Match book covers--Jack Cabanis. Jay Brown. Dan-ell Holstein, Dick Knudson. Gun shells--Don Marshall. Scrap books--Irwin Boyd, Billie Wilkinson, Ralph Beck, Frank Thomas. Peace and cosmopolitan scrapbook --Junior Nelson. Merritt MilHpan. Pencils^-Robert Thomas, 'Lawrence Hughes. Fobs--Olin Storvick. Cartoon--Lynn Milroy, Mert McNitt. Curios and Relics--Donald Marshall, Vincent Mulhery. Obert Brown; Ralph Thomas, -Melvin Decker, Sylvan Tosel. Handicraft Wood Turning--Melvin Decker, Kent Nichols. Tables--Joe Jenkins, Charles Sor- !ein, Melvin Decker, Bob lewis, Ed Legard. Lamps--Archie Simmons; Melvin Decker. Stools, Pedestals, Taborets--Don- ald Reckseeng, Eugene Manning, Melvin Decker, Bob Lewis, Ed Legard. Metal Working--Dick Whipple, Keith Sanborn. Wood carving--Bob Hermanson, Danny Zack, Eugene Manning, *alph Thomas, Alfred Steinhart, Kenneth Milroy, Clifford Easely. Kites--Donald Reckseen. Leathercraft--Melvin Decker, Bob Lewis. Wiiatnots- Simmons -Bob Guslafson, Archie Magazine racks--Bob Gustafson. Needlework--Danny Zack, Clayton Thomas. Fuselage models--Junior Kunz., Clifford Easely. Fuselage models, flying--Bob Eveland, Bill Thorson, Kenneth Milroy, Warren Kassel, Junior Hubacher. Midget airplanes, Ed Legard. Knot tying--Byron Zack, Strobel Hosteller, Lawrence Hammond, Paul Zeigler. Friendship sticks--Jerry Laughlin. Wood burning -- Earl Leamen, Robert Easely, Strobel Hosteller. Log cabins--Earl Peterson, Clifford Easely. Model engines--Bob Gustafson. Morse code sending sets--Claude Simpkins, John Hamilton, Armin Kohler, Loron Klein, Clyde Carroll. Brushes--Bob Lewis. Cabinets--Slyvan Tosel. Stamp covered house--Ray Blakesly. Art Division drawings -- Donald and architectural Plaques--Robert Easley, Bob Gus- lafaon, Dallas Humphrey, Strobel Hosteller, Jerry Laughlin. Charlcoal drawings--Ed Legard. Pastel landscape--Dick Bailey, Bill Thorson, Howard Smock, Melvin Decker, Slyvan Tosel, Myron Ewing. Free hand drawings--John Kunz, Irwin Boyd, Glenn Holstein, Louis Cota. Kent Nichols, Ed Clouse. Cartoons--Dick Bailey. Posters--Robert Thomas, Ralph Thomas. Perspective Easely. Mechanical drawings--Fred Dalvey, Melvin Decker, Strobel Hostetler. Lawrence Hammond. Water color--Bill Thorson. Artificial flowers--Keith Dye, Joe Jenkcns. Knitted pocketbooks--R i c h a r d P'arrer. Quilts--Clay Thomas. Bow and arrows--Donald Wright, Larry O'Dell, Kenneth Weida. Technical. Radio--Sam Erwin, Ian Ebert, Merritt Milligan, Archie Simmons. Transceivers--Ian Ebert, Merritt Milligan. Transmitters--Ian Ebert, Armin Kohler. Articles made from erector-tinker toy--Keith Dye, Bob Lewis. Miscellaneous inventions--Robert Thomas. Special broadcasting notices--Ian Ebert Bird Houses. Small--Jack Cabanis, David Roberts. Eugene Manning. Lawrence Hammond, Jerry Laughlin. Soap carvings--Lawrence Majewski. Clay models -- Robert Easely; Paul Zeigler. Pottery--Sylvan Tosel. Miniature gardens--Keith Dye. Photography--Bob Parrish, stro- be! Hosteller. Glunn Buchanan. Father and Sou. Made by--Robert Larson, Merrill Milligan. Articles collected by -- Merritt Milligan. Cooking. Byron Zack, Charles Hagermann, Keith Dye: Clifford Easely, Melvin Decker, Slyvan Tosel. Boxes--Bert McNit.t. Alabaster work carving--George Swaroff. Mrs. Stille Buried. NASHUA -- Mrs. August Stille died here Friday of diabetes. She was born in Germany, Sept. 24, 1873 and came here when 10 years of age. She was married to August Stille Nov. ji, 1890, who with the following children survive: Edward, Oscar. Martin. Theodore, August. Mrs. Adolph Bueberer. Funeral services were held at the Evangelical church in Pleasant Valley, Monday. RED CROSS HEAD ORDERED SOUTH Mrs. Quintard to Do Relief Work in Area Struck by Tornadoes. Mrs. Mable Quintard. executive secretary of the Cerro Gordo chapter of the Red Cross, made preparations Tuesday to leave Tuesday night for Tupelo, Miss., for rescue and relief work tn the area devastated by storms. The cail for help came from James Power, assistant to the manager of the midwest area tn St. Louis, who stated the headquarters office hail practically been stripped of its personnel in the rush of workers to the tornado area. The resources of the Red Cross will be taxed to supply sufficient workers to handle the situation, hp notified the local secretary. William M. Baxter, Red Cross manager of the Midwestern area reported that Mrs. Quintard waa one of 10 trained disaster workers who had been ordered into the southern storm zone. Mrs. Quintard late Monday procured her release from duty here from the memberg of the executive committee of the chapter. She will report to John Wilson, area director of the rescue work at Tupelo. Miss., and expects to be gone about 9ix weeks. Mrs. Quintard spent several weeks last year in the flood areas around Oxford, Nebr. Former Resident Dies. MITCHELL--Word has been received by friends here of the death of Thomas Oxtoby, a former Mitchell resident, at his home near Okes, N. Dak., after a- brief illness from pleurisy followed by a heart attack. BUILDING AND HOME FURNISHING Tuesday Wednesday Thursday April .14, 15, 16 HIGH SCHOOL GYM, MASON CITY NO ADMISSION CHARGE OPEN 1 TO 9 P. M. DAILY See these interesting and educational exhibits and demonstrations of building materials and home furnishings. FREE GIFTS DAILY EVERYTHING FOR THE HOME You Can Get ins at the BARGAIN STORE 121 So. Federal - Mason City, la. LADIES' SLIPS $1.00 Value Pure Silk, Peach and White. Ladies' Bloomers and Panties To 50e value! MEN'S HATS In grey, brown, tan and green felt. ANKLETS To 25c value! MEN'S WORK SHIRTS Ladies' DRESSES To $10 Value! charabray. WASH DRESSES While they last! Ladies' 97 New spring Styles! 79c Value! INDIES' Spring Coats Including Printzess and other good makes! To $35 value. LADIES' HOSE Pure Silk! Good shades. MEN'S Men's BREECHES DRESS SHIRTS G o o d quality whip cord, lace and button bottom! MEN'S CAPS New spring numbers! To SI val. 47 MEN'S TOPCOATS Men's WORK PANTS Good quality! Men's WORK GLOVES New Spring Styles! To S29.50 value! 87 New Spring Models. TO $32.50 VALUE! LADIES' HOSE Good quality rayon. 19 LADIES 0XFOEHS aitd PUMPS New spring stylos--tvhltc. brou-n, tan and black! To S3.59 value! MEN'S ANKLETS Regular 23c Value! 147^*197 NONE HIGHER

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