Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on March 4, 1937 · Page 7
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 7

Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, March 4, 1937
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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, MARCH 4 · 1937 STARTING T O M O R R O W -WINTER ATS Winter weight fleeces, polo types, plaidbacks. Pur and self trimmed styles! Make your selection early from this group--savings are extraordinary! Sizes 12 to 46 but not every size in every style and colorI Sensationally Priced! Vat-Dyed Wash FROCKS 37c Breath-taking values to say the least! You can't have too many of these good-to-look-at, comfortable-to-wear wash frocks. 9 New Spring Prints · Short and Cap Sleeves « Sizes H to 44 They're AVENUE vat prints--that means they'll tub like new. Self trimmings--some with saucy touches of crisp pique. You'll want not one--but several! Men's Broadcloth Shorts ..19c Men's Swiss Ribbed Shirts 19c Men's Sturdy Chambray Shirts 49c Men's Moleskin Pants, 8 :I /2 oz $1.39 Rayon Panties for Women ;..15c Rayon Taffeta Slips 37c Men's Fancy Socks .'. 10c Men's Dress Caps ,' 49c Boys' Chambray Shirts 39c Boys' Fancy Shirts, fast colors 49c Men's Dress Rubbers 98c Men's Silk Ties, new patterns 49c Men's Dress Shirts, new patterns 98c Women's Broadcloth Slips 25c Printed Batiste, fast colors, yd 9c Fast Color Prints, yd. ; . lOc Handy Bags, Talon Closing- 98c SEVEN Heir to $40,000,000 Weds Clerk Ncwlywerts smile, and this pair has something to smile atout --$40,000,000! That's the fortune John Thomas Auld, 33, Termer salesman in Washington, soon 'will inherit. His bride is the former Margaret Esther Davt'son, 27, a state department clerk. The inheritance money began circulating in Scotland many years ago. It has grown to the huge amount in the many years that heirs of the clan Auld were sought over the world. Scotch solicitors located Auld, rightful heir, in Washington in 193J. HALLETT HAS CITRUS RANCH Former Iowa Newspaperman Now in California's Back Country. SAN DIEGO--Living ill retirement in National City, a lew miles south o£ here is H. H. Hallelt, a former well known North Iowa newspaperman, also welJ known j in railroad circles in Iowa 20 years ago. After exploring the Pacific coast Irom Alaska to Chile, he decided this was the part of the country for him. Living in seclusion, he devotes his spare time to a citrus fruit ranch in the "back country." In 1916, he founded the Manly Signal, selling out in 1920 and coming out here. He previously published papers in Thornton, Mescrvey and Kensett. He recalls such newspaper names as Madigan of Clarksville, Muse of Mason City, Pitman of Northwood. He learned the printer's trade on the Pioneer Press in St. Paul. He spent several years in the west, reporting, railroading and mining, and then returned to Iowa where he was associated with his father in (he contracting business in Fort Dodge. When the Chicago and Great Western built its line from Fort Dodge to Omaha, he got a job as freight conductor. While in this service, he lived at Clarion and other junction points. When Forrest Warren, feature writer 0:1 the San Diego Union, interviewed F. E. Foster of Iowa Falls on the subject of shows in Iowa in the seventies, "The Hidden Hand" was mentioned. Mr. Warren had seen it in his boyhood home in Kansas, and Mr. Hallett was interested since he had played in an amateur performance of the play in his home town, Valley Spring, S. Dak. Thus the three men met on common ground over a subject of mutual interest in the Ions ago. "The Hidden Hand" was dramatized from a novel by Mrs. E. D. N. Southworlh, a popular novelist in those days. It was presented in Iowa Falls by the dramatic club o£ Alden. The role of "Wool" was played by Mr, Massey, agen' for the I. C. R. R. at Alden, "Cap- itftla" by his daughter, Lou, and "Old Hurricane" by Colonel McClara, the town editor. treasurer for municipal hospital boards. (33 to 0) S. F. 185--By Livestock committee--Granting official recognition to the Stale Swine Producers' association. DUE TO EXCESSIVE ACIDITY H iis-^jtls of jufforera. innny tias^j ,,[ vearft dii?,.. niter uslns UDGA. I'Miorl amijins r. UDCiA relieves you of jmln. nnuscn. oihor discomforts. UDGA is bichly t e c - ientlnrj for Ulcora. Acltt Dyspprjsla. Heart, JnulBCKtioH Rnd rn* 1'n.lna ulien (Ilia ,« J LJ !. add. i 4 3 2 For quick. uteaaanl-i-Bljflf cot U*7*l FKEE SAMPLE of UDGA »l I Kngtrr. Ford Hopkins and Wl(ri(tn Tlruf Slnrns ACTION ON BILLS IN STATE LEGISLATURE DBS MOINES. (IP)--Bills Introduced and passed in the Iowa legislature: Introduced in senate: S. F. 228--By Billion--Providing a widow or heir may operate R funeral home Tor » stipulated time in order to dispose of it. S. P. 22D--By Stevens--Permitting cities to create city planning boards and prescribing powers o£ Ihe boards. S. F. 230--By Shaw--Requiring school districts to take out liabil- "ty insurance on school buses. Passed by senate: S. F. 127--By Gillespie--Preserving residence zoning on properties transferred through tax- deeds. (3o to 0) S. F. 134--By Breen--Providing that where boards o£ supervisors have relinquished control of drainage districts within cities or towns funds shall revert to city treasuries. (35 to 0) S. F. 129--By Kimbcrly--Put- ting Davenport, n special charter cily, under general laws on municipal sewage disposal plants. (33 to 0) S. F. 114--By Hill nnd Shaw- Requiring city treasurers to act aa No, dear reader, it isn't an Earthquake -- sh« simply needs -fl #W If your old Washer clatters nnd clanks it isn't, doing y o u r nerves any tfootl--and it isn't, wash- injf your clothes e f f i - ciently. Trade it in on the New 1037 E A S Y 3-Znnc :Washer -- the amazing new lurholator model that w a s h e s all t h e clothes all (he time. Watch Friday's Globe- Gazette for special announcement. Special MARCH O Extra Easy Terms · Extra Features PEOPLES GAS and ELECTRIC COMPANY Package of 500 C L E A N S I N G T I S S U E S Many uses - such, as handkerchiefs, for polishing shoes, silverware, etc. fORO HOPKINS · DRUG S T O R E Mail Orders Filled Sume Day Received. Oraers Amounting to 52 or Less, Ada lOc for Postage. 13 N. Federal Avc. Phone 000 SpccUli (or Ftl. tnd Sit. Right (o Limit QuintiUti. Mo Stlti toDcilm. Liberal Size CASHMERE BOUQUET L O T I O N with purchase of 3 Cakes C A S H M E R E . 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A pure, prompt acting laxative, easy to take. 15 cent ICAMPHOR JOE Relieve chap- Qkg± ped hands, lips. wC 50c PHILLIPS MILK OF M A G N E S I A A mild laxative. 25c PENETRO NOSE DROPS] C «* 55c Lady Esther Face Cream, PRICED LOW 360, 50c Pacquiti's Hand Cream 39c 50c Vitamin D Tooth Paste 29 c Profession^ Type H A l R ELECTRIC To Aypid^Calds Be Dry Your Hair Thoroughly .. 1'se tins .iiHKlern ilrycr wiih-.iis 1 ".. . .strong. quiet ijioior j safety ii n-i-n Vii]J well iiiMilaltfi rubber wrcl. \ .u,Vi uiiu-pd (k'peud.iblc |uaht'y and-' . perfo'i innijq'ir. ' DOROTHY PERKINS' CREAM of ROSES 75 cent Size CLEANSING CREAM 50 cent Size FACE P O W D E R Value 1.00 M A R Q U I S E STATIONERY ] 24 Sheets 124 Envelopes 19c M 0 D E S S "CERTAIN S A F E " S A N I T A R Y N A P K I N S /18c2for35c CORNS (01D! KIUED WITH VAPOR FUMES Step br«Uh1nE bit* jour own fold renni. 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