The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on March 16, 1939 · Page 23
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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 23

Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, March 16, 1939
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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE THURSDAY, MARCH 16, 1339 23 NORTH IOWA USED CAR WEEK-MARCH 18-25 Now Is the Time to Buy a letter Used Car KThis North Iowa Used Car Week comes at just the right I time for Used Car buyers. The season, the prices and the values are all in your favor! This is the week to bring in your old car and drive out a better car! Your present car may cover the down payment and you can pay the balance on easy terms. If you have no car to trade you can still take advantage of the low down payments and easy terms'that are being offered! Autos For Sole 60 .Birmm Autos For Sale 60 MOBILE In Used Cars too Buick Dealers hove the Beauties. Here ore a few of our current bargains. Come in and see the others. 1935 CHEVROLET MASTER DELUXE COACH $295 Good tires, blue finish, very serviceable. 1937 DELUXE FORD COACH, black S495 A local car. Only 15,000 miles. Radio. Heater 1937 FORD '60 COACH, blue finish $395 Good tires, heater. A very cheap car to operate. 1936 OLDSMOBILE SIX SEDAN, black finish $395 Sport Fordor Sedan. Think of this low price. 1933 FORD V-8 COACH, black $185 A very clean Ford. Don't miss this one. 1937 DODGE DELUXE FORDOR SEDAN $585 Trunk back. Radio. Heater, Gray finish. Like new. 1938 CHEVROLET COACH MASTER DELUXE $595 A beauty with radio, heater. Very clean. Four 1938 Buicks-Sedans-Coaches-Coupes, small series. Completely inspected. They will give you new car service. All small series fully equipped. You will find a complete stock of the finest used cars in North Iowa. Come in today. Our trades will suit you. Finance terms lowest ever. Autos For Sate THE BUICK GARAGE 316 North Federal Phone 288 NORTH IOWA MASON CITV MARCH I B - E 5 $56 $475 Of Course You Know With Everybody Straining Every Nerve to Offer Values in Cars for Used Car Week We Are Not Going to Lag Either. You Know Us Pretty Well and How We Sell Our Cars-38 Dodge Sedan, trunk, like new $710 37 Oldsmobile Tudor $665 36 Otdsmobile Tudor, trunk, radio . . . .$515 36 Chevrolet Town Sedan $345 35 Chevrolet Coach . $365 36 Plymouth, trunk, radio $415 36 Ford Tudor $355 35 Hupmobile DeLuxe Sedan . . . . . . . .$365 35 Lafayette $230 33 Buick Sedan $285 33 Studebaker Coupe . . $265 '31. Olds Sedan, 6 wheels $135 31 Chevrolet DeLuxe Sedan $155 '29 Ford Tudor $ 75 THIRTY MORE TO CHOOSE FROM -- OUR TRADES ARE LIBERAL--OUR TERMS EASY Pritchard's Renewed Guaranteed Used Cars . WRITTEN MONEY-BACK GUARANTEES Signed By the Dealer PLAIN PRICES Guaranteed Speedometer Readings j Fair Allowances Honest Financing '37 USED TRUCK TRADE UP TO A BETTER TRUCK THIS WEEK Here is Dependable Transportation and Priced Right. '37 INTERNATIONAL y 2 -TON PICKUP. L. W. B. with 88- inch body. Good motor, · tires and paint '37 FORD 1 14-TON--7.00 front and 32x6-10 ply dual rear tires. This throughout is an excellent truck $425 age. Ford, 60 H. P., Tudor, with heater. Gas mile- 20 to 27 miles to the gallon -- no oil consumption. Guaranteed good tires. . . . $413 '37 '36 INTERNATIONAL '/i-TON PICKUP. L. W. B. 6 ply tires. Mechanical condition, body and tires excellent $395 Ford, 60 H. P., Four- Door Sedan, with genuine Ford radio, heater and defroster. Big trunk space, '39 license. Most economical car on the road $453 black Ford, 85 H. P. Tudor, with 1939 license. Jet finish with broadcloth '35 DIAMOND T 3-TON, 169-inch wheel base. 8.25 front, 9.00 dual rear tires. Has sleeper cab. B. K. fl*CTO|T hand valve and connections for semi trailer. . CpO^iO '30 FORD 1 Vi-TON. S. W. B. with special panel Q* OA body. Very good condition throughout P OvJ TWO GOOD BARGAINS IN USED CARS '33 TERRAPLANE--4-DOOR SEDAN, motor, body (£1 rjf- $325 USE OUR INCOME PURCHASE PLAN INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER COMPANY and finish very good '36 TERRAPLANE COACH. Blk. finish. Motor and tires better than average !09 South Delaware 2) Second S. W. Dependable Used Cars--Triacks Reliable--Trustworthy--Safe. Dependable Means Just That. Good Transportation, Low Prices, Easy Terms. Backed by a Dependable Dealer. 1937 DODGE DELUXE TOURING SEDAN. Has radio, heater; defrosters and fog lights 1S38 PLYMOUTH 2-DOOR SEDAN, has radio, heater, defrosters. Low mileage 1937 PLYMOUTH 2-DOOR SEDAN. Completely reconditioned. Has heater and good tires 1936 OLDSMOBILE 2-DOOR SEDAN. Original finish and upholstering fine. Good tires. low mileage 1937 CHEVROLET MASTER TOURING SEDAN. Rclinished in gunmetal. A real good car 1936 PLYMOUTH 2-DOOR SEDAN 1935 CHRYSLER "6" TOURING SEDAN 1935 GRAHAM "6" 2-DOOR SEDAN 1935 CHEVBOLET STANDARD COACH , HART MOTORS, Inc. DODGE-PLYMOUTH 120 North Delaware Opposite the Postoffice Telephone 980 $375 $345 $325 PRICE REDUCTION ON ALL USED CARS IN STOCK ONE WEEK ONLY-- MARCH 18 TO 25 WAS IS '37 PLYMOUTH 2-DOOR heater, defrosters .... '36 OLDSMOBILE 2-DOOR SEDAN, motor renewed PLYMOUTH 2-DOOR DELUXE, 1939 license PACKARD DELUXE S E D A N , heater, 1939 license PONTIAC 2-DOOR, motor renewed ;.. STUDEBAKER SEDAN, 1939 license SEDAN $495 $425 DELUXE $495 $395 '34 '32 '31 '31 $295 $165 $195 $150 $195 $ 95 $ 95 MANY OTHERS PRICED ACCORDINGLY LOW 0p T 0 9 Eve - Folsom. Auto Co. Ter TM LAPINER'S Space does not permit us to list all the Used Cars and Trucks that we have for sale. If you are thinking about buying a car between now and spring it will pay you well to look here before you buy any car--remember these facts: » For over 20 years Aye have been selling automobiles to North Iowa and Southern Minnesota. During that time we have sold thousands of Used Cars. We carry our own notes: You don't deal with the finance company. We recondition our own cars. All work being done under one roof in our own building--by our own expert mechanics. You will find our cars in far better condition than average because experience has taught us that any car must be right to stay sold. Year in and year out people come back to buy cars here. They know they can buy here with absolute safety. We invite you to compare before you buy. Open nights and Sunday. Lapiiier Motor Co* Reliable for Over 20 Years. Hudson-Packard-Cadillac-LaSalle. Distributors for GMC Trucks -- Trailers -- Tractors -- Diesels $453 $425 PHONE 3200 610 SOUTH DELAWARE upholstery. Good tires . . . X -\ Ford Deluxe Tudor. tjv -' Actual mileage 8,930. Vineyard green finish, mohair velvet upholstery. Heater and defroster, 1939 license and 6- ply Goodrich Silvertown tires. Ford 85, Four-Door Sedan. An- rr»rr % O other R. G. J)DOG value 100%' SATISFACTION! Or Your Money Back! '36 Ford Tudor, Trunk Model Sedan, and Radio. . $373 '36 Plymouth Coupe $343 '35 Ford Tudor. . $273 '34 Hupp 6 Sedan $273 '33 Ford-Deluxe Tudor $263 32 Ford Deluxe Tudor $199 31 Ford Tudor . $123 29 Ford Sedan . $ 83 29 Ford Sedan . $123 31 Chev. Coach (2) THAT'S RIGHT WE HAVE SOME CHOICE USED CARS! '37 Plymouth Tudor, heater, tires good. '37 Dodge Tudor. Actual mileage which is low. clean car. '36 Studebaker 4-Door Touring Sedan, maroon color. Equipped with radio and heater. '35 DeSoto 4-Door. All new tires. Heater and radio. Jewell Motors, Inc. Across From the Hanford Phone 81 GARNER -- Arrangements to ave 4-H boys of Hancock county ake active part in planning and articipating in programs and to ave better attendance at club meetings were discussed here at a ounty-\vide meeting of 4-H clut- eaders held in the county Farm Bureau office. Paul Henderson, boys' 4-H club gent in four north Iowa counties, ed discussions. Townships represented were Amsterdam, Ell, Bingham, Crytal, Liberty and Ellington. ALtlS-CHALMERS AUIS-CHALMERS ALUS-CHALMERS NOW IS THE TIME TO OVERHAUL YOUR TRACTOR Special Price This Month See the Model B Tractor, S495, on rubber tires. The R. C. at $663, on steel--a two-plow Tractor. And a whole store full of up to the minute Farm. Equipment. R. L. DIXSON 627 South Federal AUIS-CHALMERS ALMS-CHALMERS Phone 1126 J ALLIS-CHALMER $ 83 31 Chev. Coach $ 93 31 Chev. Coupe $ 99 31 Chev. Sedan $123 '29 Chev. Coach $ 63 '29 Chev. Coupe $ 73 COMMERCIAL CARS '36 Chev. Pickup 5296 '36 Chev. Pickup $343 '36 Chev. Panel S293 33 Chev. Panel §143 33 Chev. Sedan Delivery. Motor reborecl, . new pistons and new paint job §173 '30 Chev. Tr. with body§ 99 '37 Ford % ton Panel"..§425 '36 Dodge 1/3 ton Panel$323 GOOD TRADES and TERMS You Must Be Satisfied ox- You Get Your Money Back Pritchard Motor Co. "Famous for Fairness" Ford, Mercury, Lincoln Zephyr On Penn From State to First S. E. High Rank Is Given Journalism School at State University IOWA CITY--Hating as one o .he nation's IB journalistic educa ional units of the first rank hai jeen given to the University o Iowa's school o£ journalism by thi American Press society. The recognition was made bi .he society's board of governors indicating that Iowa's school ha complied with the rather stric requirements of the society. Only schools which subip: satisfactory statements as to thai qualifications in size and calibe of staff, curriculum and equip ment are approved by the organi zation. The Iowa school is one of se\ en in the midwest receiving IV approval of the press group, f an approved unit, the university school will be given the co-opera tion of the society in placement o graduates, probably beginnin with the 1939 class- .ountywide Meeting if 4-H Club Leaders Held at Garner FIVE TO SPEAK AT CONFERENCE Histoiy Experts of Other Schools Will Appear on Program IOWA CITY--Historian* who are charged with recording accurately for posterity the momentous events o[ the present will address the University of Iowa's nineteenth annual historical conference here next month. Prot. W. T. Root, head of the department of history, Monday announced that five visitors, each important in his field would appear April 14 and 15 to speak on a timely topic. Hundreds of college and high school history and social science teachers from Iowa and adjacent states are expected to attend the affair. Two addresses will be given by Dr. Wallace Notestein of Yale university. In 1918, he was attached to the U. S. department of state and in 1919 he was a member of the Paris commission to negotiate peace. English history is his specialty. "The New Pan-Americanism and the Fascist Threat" is the topic of Dr. J. Fred Rippy of the University of Chicago. A student of Latin-America, he has written, three books and once was a lecturer at the National university of Mexico. Chancellor Chauncey S. Boucher of tlie University of Nebraska, American history expert who formerly was arts and sciences dean at Chicago and president of University of West Virginia, is another important speaker. Professor Root said. Roster ot visitors is completed by Dr. Herbert Heaton, University of Minnesota, authority on economic history who will present a survey of recent trends; and Dr. Howard R. Anderson, Cornell university of New York and former Iowa faculty member, who will speak on "Training in History as Education for Citizenship," ar of Clarksville Traveling Man Is Stolen at El Paso CLARKSVILLE _ Fred McVeigh, Clarksville, reports his car was stolen at El Paso, Tex. Mr. McVeigh is a traveling salesman, ;elling supplies for cars and has jeen making a tour ot the southern states for his company. The car contained his clothing and his samples, amounting in value to $200. The car was covered by insurance, but the contents were not insured. School Board, City Council Take Steps to Wipe Out Fever HAMPTON -- A joint meeting of the school board and city council was called Monday to take steps for the eradication of scarlet fever. Eighteen cases, chiefly among junior high students, had been reported up to Monday afternoon. It was decided to station a corps of physicians at the schools each morning through next Monday to examine each child before he is allowed to enter school. Most of the scarlet fever cases pre in a mild form. There is about an equal amount of chicken pox and a few cases of mumps. The flu is somewhat abated. Ames Man Is "Guest Professor" at U. of Texas Next Summer AMES--Dr. Louis B. Schmidt, head of the department of history and government at Iowa State college, announced his appointment as "guest professor" of American history at the University of Texas during the first term of the summer session. He will return to Iowa State campus for the second term of the summer session there. Texas university enrolls 6,000 summer student";, the second largest enrollment in the nation, he said. Township Directors Picked at Election ST1LSON--John Sweers is director of Boone township No. 1 school. B. F. Higdon, Jr. is director of Boone No. 2; Joe Geibel, director ot Boone No. 5, and Chester Williams, director of Boone No. 7. The school election was held Monday afternoon. DEAD LIVESTOCK We Pay for Days Phone 3758 Phone Calls Nights Phone 3836 Lund Sales Stable and Rendering Co. MASON CITY Two Re-Elected to Board at Popejoy POPEJOY--E. H. Anderson was re-elected school director for Popejoy at the annual election, and Percy Moore was re-elected director-at-Iarge. Belmond Concert Is Postponed for Week BELMOND--Th; third and final | concert of the winter series presented by the Belmond school band, scheduled for Sunday, has been postponed until Sunday, March 26. All instrumental numbers to be presented in the coming sectional music contest will be featured in the ioncert. Public Sale of Livestock! On {he old FRANK DIEDRICH place--Highway 65 in the north edge of JN'ORTIIWOOD, IOWA. Saturday, March 18th Starting at 1:00 P. M. 90 HEAD OF LIVESTOCK 35 -- HEAD OF HIGH GRADE CATTLE -- 35 15 Head Hiffh Producing Guernsey Cows 20 Head White-face and Shorlhorn Yearlings 50 Fall Pigs--80 lo 125 Ibs. Each 4 Brood Sows--Farrow in April Terms--Cash or make arrangements with home hanker before sale. ROY HARRIS, Owner X. V. Hubcr, Auctioneer Xorthwood State Bank, Clerk

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