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April 19, 1934

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 14

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FOURTEEN MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE APRIL 19 1934 SUITS DISMISSED AGAINST 2 BANKS Action Attacking Validity o Senate File 111 Dropped by Plaintiff. CEDAR RAPIDS, April 19. (#)Suits-filed April 7 and which were to be heard yesterday asking the up- pointment of receivers for the Cedar Rapids Savings bank and the American Trust and Savings bank also of this city, and which attacked the constitutionality of senate file 111, under which those banks have been operating, have been dismissed in district court here at the request of the plaintiff, Harry Paar. executor of the C. H. Foy estate. The dismissal order was entered by Judge John T. Moffitt. Announcement was made today that all requirements of the Reconstruction Finance corporation relative to loans to the Cedar Rapids Savings and American Trust banks have been met, thus hastening the time when depositors in those banks will receive an initial payment of 50 per c-ent, a total of approximately 51,500,000. Date for the opening of Cedar Rapids' new bank, the Guaranty Bank and Trust" company, through which depositors in the two old banks will be paid, will be announced soon, its organizers said. Organization of New Dubuque State Bank Is Announced There DUBUQUE, April 19. {/?)--Organization of a new state bank was announced today by a group of Du- buquers formerly connected with Dubuque banks as stockholders, directors, or officers. Issuance of a charter for the new bank was authorized at Des Moines yesterday. The bank, to be known as the Dubuoue Bank and Trust company, will Two Held in Robinson Robbery Probe Freed ALGONA, Apr): 19.--Peri Reynolds and Nels Davis who were held in connection with the C. C. Robinson torture robbery some time ago, were released by the grand jury Tuesday for insufficient evidence for indictment. Judge George A. Hrald of Spencer was the acting judge in place of Judge De Land whose wife died a few days ago. Cases ordered continued were those of P. D. Schichtl and Vaughn Schichtl, charged witr atempting to break and enter; Ernest Ross charged with a statutory offense Ed Garmann of St Benedict charged with driving while intoxicated and Joe Devlin of Bancrofl charged with illegal possession oi intoxicating liquor.. DISTRICT LEGION PLANS MEETING Spring Conference Program at Cedar Falls April 26 Announced. have a capital of $100,000 and a. surplus of $25,000. The organizers are J. M. Burch, Jr., Albert Wharton, Dr. J. V. Conzett, John J. Hansen, Alois M. Hoffmann, C. F. Cody and Carl W. Ziep- precht. Woman Injured in Auto Collision in Serious Condition WATERLOO, April 19. (/B--Mrs. Imil Kroeger, 28, of near Traer, who with her husband was injured Sunday night in an automobile col- ision near Dysart in which Nelson Garland, '-20, of near Dysart, driver of the- other car, was killed, remained in a critical condition Thursday at Allen Memorial hospital here. She suffered a basal fracture of :he skull, fracture of all ribs on her ·ight side, fracture of her left shoulder, and numerous face and scalp acerations. Her husband, 35, whose pelvis and eft hip were fractured and %vho suffered numerous cuts and lacerations, is showing slight improvement. Coroner John R. Burrows, Belle 'laine, of Benton county, plans to uestion Kroeger as to whether the ghts OQ his car were burning at h.e time of the collision. CEDAR FALLS, April 19.--Ar rangements are being completed for the third district spring conference of the American Legion and auxiliary to be held here Thursday, April 26. Sessions will last throughout the day, concluding with a banquet in the evening. V. F. Wieverding, Grundy center, district commander, will be the toastmaster and Mrs. Roy L. Pell, Marshalltown, third district auxiliary committeewoman, will be the toastmistress. W. S. Willard, Cedar Falls mayor; Arbie H. Mether, Cedar Falls post commander, and Mrs. Helen Gaffney, Cedar Falls unit president, will give addresses of welcome. Entertainment will be given by the Cedar Falls network nitwits, Burdette Moeller and Raymond Petersen, and the auxiliary quartet contest winners. Speakers at the banquet will include Col. Hanford MacNider, past national commander: Ropr L. Pell, grand chef de gare, 40 and 8; Frank Miles; editor of the Iowa Legion- aire; Mrs. M. Myrton Skelley. department secretary of auxiliary; R. J. Laird, department adjutant, Mrs. Winnefred Niggemeyer, department president of auxiliary, and Leo J. Duster, department commander. A dance will follow. The afternoon Legion program will include talks, entertainment and a drum and bugle corps demonstration and a band concert will follow transaction of business and election of officers. The auxiliary will hold sessions in the morning, have a lunch at noon and meet in the afternoon for entertainment, talks, business and election of officers. A quartet contest will be featured in the latter program. Goes to Valley Junction. ROCK FALLS--Mrs. Clara Sar- ent left for Valley Junction where she has employment BUY HERE ANDSAVE FRIC r ichoel (Drug (up. 25c Mennen's Talcum.. 17c AY-SATURDAY SALE! FRAGRANTAIRE It has 2 uses. Meets 2 separate vogue* of 1934. How Frapnint- alre Is used: 1. A drop or two on any electric light bulb, heated radiator, «r radiator tube, perfumes the home. 2. For the person--a touch of Fragrant. alre to the lobes o the ears, on the hair, or on a handkerchief, ntltirinir and lasting fra- odors . , Dreams, I/Opera, Sensation. Per bottle 100 Aspirin 5 grain Tablets $1.00 Ovaltine, Food Tonic Drink 69* 2Sc Feenamint Laxative Cashmere Bouquet Soap IQc SOc Ipana Tooth Paste 39* 60c Sal Hepatica 49' 50c HAND BALM 29c 50c BABY OIL 35c PALMOLIVE SOAP 5c Citrocarbonatc $1.00 size 89c 35c Williams' ' TALCUM Me 40o Genuine CASTORIA . . . .23o KRANK'S Hair Root Oil.. 50c Tonic Shampoo 50c Regular $1.00 value f o r . . . WASHABLE Wall Paper Imperial Wallpapers lead a long, clean life--they're all Washable. They come in daintiest pastels and in full-toned designs. Not only Washable, but also fast to light. Pleasing prices. Delicious NUTS--Toasted daily in fresh creamery butter. Always hot. Almonds, pecans, cashews, peanuts. Mixed, pound . . . The Best In Perfume! Precious drops of the world - famous^ COTY perfume creations -- from the original bottles into our convenient little Dram sizes. Sale price dram .... I/AInmnt, L'Ori- gan, Paris, Emer- aude and other 50c Adhesive Plaster ..33c 25c Chocolate I Casearets 19c $1.00 and 51.50 75c Rubbing Alcohol . ,23c Cleansing Tissues White and Colors $1 Liquid Cold \ Sl-00 Lilac Cream . . .89! I Vegetal 39c ( 25c Woodbiiry's Facial Soap lOc SPECIAL Lovely n e w boxes of Coty'fl face powder and perfume. Your favorite shade and odor. Both, $1.60 value, for only 98c Pebeco Tooth Paste ....21c SOc Vick's I Nose Drops 39c | 50c Ib. Hospital Cotton 37c Sqnibb's Mineral Oil 75c size 59c Soc Burma Shave ..42c PRESCRIPTIONS! Fresh, quality drugs always used. Each prescription filled by a Registered Pharmacist. Prompt, dependable service at all times. Schick Electric Razor $15 Ory shaver. Ask for demonstration The New Wondersoft Kotex.l7c Xo revealing 7 outlines. Marvelous comfort. Greater protection. MODESS...17c KLEENEX. lie BLADE SPECIAL $1.00 Double - Edge Royal Razor 77 Blades, 10 for J I C .Money Back Guarantee HINDS HONEY and Almond Cream 21c REGULAR BOX YARDLEY'S | English Lavender Soap, $1.00 value, and a trial box of Lavendomcal, new preparation for the both. d»l Both for Waterproof Adhesive Plaster .....10c, 25c, 40c $1.25 Charme Caressant Face Powder 49c $2.00 Pure Norwegian Cod Liver Oil 9Sc 25c Dr. West's Tooth Paste, Z tubes for ...35c SOc Pngucntine for bums or sunburn S9c 75c Mead's Dextri Maltose 6Sc 50c Lavender Shaving Cream - . .U8c SOc Forhan's Tooth Powder S9c 60c Idcntol Tooth Paste 27c 75c Russian Mineral Oil 49e Gallon $2.19 $1*00 Slender-All Salts 49* 50c Mennen's Shaving Cream 25c Palmolive Talcum 14* Cod Liver Oil ONE PINT 75c Doan's Kidney Pills 57* Road Contracts Let. EMMETSBURG, April 19.--The Palo Alto county supervisors let the contract for grading 60 miles of county roads to two Laurens firms, the M. C. Buckwalter company on a bid of $8,520, and the G. C. White company on a bid of 58,100. Seven construction companies entered bids. WIU Compete Friday. FOREST CITY, April 19.--Gerhard Ncsse will represent Waldorf college at the Southern Minnesota Junior College conference oratorical contest to be held at Concordia college, St. Paul, Friday evening. Mrs. Pauline Mundhjeld, head of the English department, will accompany him to St. Paul. Sign tip for Beets. BRICELYN, Minn., April 19.-* l' Farmers have signed up for about : ; i the same number of acres for beets .j : as last year. ill We Believe in BIG BRIMS and MerkeFs starts the Cartwheels rolling --for brims are coming into their own again--in a Big Way. The Bigger--The Smarter! They add glamour to your ey.es and are more wearable than ever before. MERKEL'S SECOND FLOOR PHOENIX HOSE AND ONLY A PAIR They're easy on your budget --these Phoenix Hose! You can buy cheaper hose--it's true--but, does it pay ? Why not try a pair of Phoenix and compare the life of them with others? We're sure you'll come back for more. No. 721--Budget Sheers-all silk with plaited soles and toes, all silk heels, wide all silk garter top with lockstitch run stop. No. 724--Pure silk service weight with deep lisle garter top and lockstitch run stop. Long mileage lisle foot with cradle sole and tipt-toe. 'n all the new spring shades. MERKEL'S FIRST FLOOR SOOTHE AND CLEANSE YOUR DELICATE SKIN with MASSAGE CREAM RITZ --the cleansing cream that isn't satisfied merely to cleanse. It contains nourishing and lubricating oils that are a balm to the dry, chapped or irritated skin. Let Our CHARLES OF THE RITZ Technician make a special skin-analysis for you. ADMIRACION SHAMPOO 50c and $1 YARDLEY COMPRESSED LAVENDER BLOSSOM SACHETS, each 20c; box of six $1.10 LADY ESTHER FOUR PURPOSE CREAM-- . three sizes of jars 50c, 75c, §1.25 MERKEL'S FIRST FLOOR FILET TABLE COVERS SI.50 and up Two tone Belgian Filet Lace Table covers in very attractive patterns. Size 54x54 at $1.50; 60x60 at S1.69; 54x72 at 51.69; 72x72 at 52.25: 60x80 at $2.25: 72x90 at $2.75. Others priced from $3.50 to 58.50. LEATHER BAGS, 51.19 Unusual values in genuine leather bags in pouch and underarm shapes. Moire linings and some have zippers while others have swinging coin purses. In navy, black, brown and red. MERKEL'S FIRST FLOOR The Successful Fashions in SPRING SUITS AND COATS .75 We'll not take a back seat for anybody when It comes to smart styles in coats and suits and our values are unbeatable. Just shop around and you'll see how much better ours will fit than most of them--examine the . workmanship and materials, the way the linings are put in--all these little details help to give you more pleasure and satisfaction. Lots of Navies and Snappy Tweeds Suits in sizes 14 to 20 Coals in sizes 12 to 50 MERKEL'S SECOND FLOOR SANFORIZED SHRUNK TWEED LINEN SUITING yd-$1 This is a lovely fabric which will make up beautifully into a summer suit, coat or skirt. It positively will not shrink. In natural with green, brown or black flecks. 36 inch. A. soft, chalky finish printed in bright patterns -- effective for house and street dresses. Fast colors. 36 inch. Betty Belle Dimity, Yd. 29c A fine quality dimity in new patterns such as checks, plaids and conventional floral designs for blouses, and youngsters' semi-dress frocks. 39 inch. MERKEL'S FIRST FLOOR is tyassarette 9irdle knows its place AND STAYS THERE! N [ E V E R a n u n e a s y m o m e n t in t h i s conscientious new Vas- sarette Girdle! Put it on the way you \vant i t . . . and i t will be there after a day at the office, an afternoon at the bridge table, or an evening of dancing. Soft and absorbent next to your skin . . . and so silky smooth outside that your dresses simply glide on. It's nothing to launder. VASSARETTE FOUNDATIONS NEW BED SPREADS $4.50 Cotton spreads in Pine Tree pattern, pre-shrunk and finished size 90x105. In blue, rose, green, orchid, rust and gold combined with white. RICE LINEN SETS Lovely sheer .Hnen Bridge Sets at $2.95 and §3.50. Dinner sets, size 72x90 with, 12 napkins at S14.95; size 72x108 with 12 napkins at S16.95. TOWELS. 25c to $1 Lip Stick towels with fringed and hemmed ends at 25c each. Guest towels of sheer linen, all hand made, from 65c to $1. LINEN CRASH, Yd. 35c Pure linen crash with rainbow border. BEAD BAGS, $1 to ?2.98 Just received a new shipment of wood bead bags in all white, beige, red, grey, brown and Mexican colors. Zipper tops 'with moire linings. NEW JEWELRY, 59c $1 Stunning white carved beads, either long or short. Bangle Bracelets, some made with elastic, earrings, clips, large brooches and gorgeous costume rings. You'll see these worn with all summer outfits. NECKWEAR, §1 to $2.98 Taffeta, organdy, moire and lace collar and cuff sets in your favorite neckline. Pastel shades, ecru and white. MERKEL'S FIRST FLOOR KAYSER UNDIES, 79c Lisle mesh briefs and step-ins with Lastes tops. White only. Ladies' sizes 4 to 7. DRAPERY FABRICS yard SI to §1.29 Gaily colored Monks Cloth and Crashes suitable for sun rooms, dining rooms, summer cottages and dens. GLAZED CHINTZES yard 49c and 59c The patterns are suitably designed for all rooms and there are many to choose from. LACE PANELS each SI to $3.50 Quaker Craft lace panels in Tuscan, Filet or Shadow nets. COMBINATION SUITS, §1.25 Lorraine combination suits of Pebble Mesh made with well fitting brassiere and open legs. A wonderful cool garment for summer. In white and tea rose, sizes 32 to 38. DRAPERY DAMASKS yard §1.69 The new Krinkle Cord damasks in plain rust, rose cedar, green and red. 50 inch. Drapery damask in spiral weave at 9Sc and $1.19 per yard.

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