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Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, April 26, 1934
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SIXTEEN MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE APRIL 26 1934 Commencement Exercises * * * * * * Dunn of Mason City Will Speak to Large Class at Forest City; Lime Springs to Hear Madam Beyea; Dr. Steiner of Grinnell on Lakota Program; Hamilton is Fenton Speaker; Goldfield Plans Exercises. FOREST CITY, April 26.--K G Dunn, Mason City attorney, will give the address at Forest City high s c h o o l c o m - mencement exercises to he held June 1. The Rev. H. O. Ward, Forest City minister, will deliver the c o m m encement sermon May 27. A class of 53 seniors will be graduated. Those who will receive d i p l o m a s are: Ada H. Anderson, Romeo N. Bergie, Palma A. ju U. jjuun Billison, Eleanor M. Eirchfield, Ruth E. Birchfield, Wayne J. Brooker, Bernice E. Brown, David Carson. Margaret B. Charlson, Rachel B. Charlson;. Ellen M. Christensen, Rozella M. Chryst, Kenyon R. C!au- son, Dennis Conner, Amos K. Cooley, Catherine Norma . Cross, Cecil E. Deeg, Viva L. Fisher, Alvada T. Fosse, Jack R. Fox, Margaret C. Gavin. Mary Jane Gjellefald, Walden Groves, Sylvia A. Hanna, Geneva P. Hanson, Marie D. Hanson, Percy A. Howland, Edward Indvik, Richard A. Jacobs, Margaret I. Jenkins, Dorothy Keel. ' Roger Martinson, Victor G. Moen, Loren Moklestad, Richard P; Morrissey, Selmer S. Norland, Lorraine M. Nyhus, Gladys C. Olson, Martha Louise Olsen. Oscar N. Olson, Helen M. Peterson, Florence L. Rhine, Dale F. Robinson, Dean Rygmyr, Gladys Samuelson, Aola M. Staats. June E. Thompson, Margaret J. Thompson Ora S. Thompson, Rachel N. Thorland, Randolph N. Thorland, Asahel Underwood and Florence E. Walton. Members of school board, John A. Olson, president; Harry Larson, K. .J. Hanson, Frank Segerstrom, G. E.'Osmundson. Members of high school faculty: George D. Eaton, superintendent; DeEtta A. Hall, principal; Ruth G. Raff ety, Frances Brady, Lucille Anderson, F. W. Bohning, Olan G. Ruble, Walter W. Barnard, Joseph G. Westby. . Madam Beyea Will Speak. LIME SPRINGS, April 26.--Local .high school commencement exercises will be held May 31. Madam Beyea will give the address. The Rev. R. Lewis Jones of Lime Springs, pastor of Presbyterian church, will give the commencement sermon. Members of the school board are Mrs. Emma Jones, president; A. G. Buchanan, Mrs. Nettie Parry, Ed '·.vSyans and D. A. Larson. '··"· The high school faculty consists of '"' Kv : 'R~ Henderson, "superintendent; J. '"'M. Baird, Elizabeth Owen and Elizabeth! 'Ruef. . · S'tudents who will receive diplomas are: Alice Harnack, Elva Kapka, Helen Johnson, Marjorie Hall, Bernice Jones, William Jones, William Hughes. Bernard Hughes, VeNita Kitchen, Grace Prochaska, Dorothy 'Knudsen, George Johnson, Stanley Munkel, Chester Haven, Marian Schacht, Lloyd Eaton. " Win Hear Dr. Steiner. LAKOTA, April 26.--Lakota high school commencement exercises May 16 will be addressed by Dr. Edward Steiner, authority on social problems at Grionell college. The commencement sermon May 13 will be given by the Rev. A. F. Boese, pastor of the Lutheran · church, Lakota. On the school board are E. J. Woodworth, president; J. E. Smith, Dr. H. H. Murray, W. E. Ley, Leonard Christ. Members of the high school faculty are E. L. Graban, superintendent; R. E. Hamnquist, Miss Blanche Miller and Mrs. F. O. Johnson. The graduating class includes: William Ley, Luella Klocke, Dorothea Clemans and Duward Trenary. FENTON, April 26.--Commencement exercises of Fenton high school will be held May 22. The commencement speaker will be W. R. Hamilton of Mason City. The commencement sermon, May 20, will be given by the Rev. J. T. Snyder of Fenton, pastor of Fenton M. E. church. On the school board are C. H. Geronsin, president; G. W. Newel, F. J. Weisbrod, Charles H. Newel, J. A. Schwartz, Elmer Weisbrod, G. R. Krause. The high school faculty includes M. E. Otterness, superintendent; E. D. White, . Verlina H. loerger, Esther C. Smith. Members of the graduating class are Oscar Berkland, Lloyd Cornelius, Virginia Frank, Leo Kramer, Edwin Luedtke. August Meyer, Verona Radig, Mathilda Ruhnke, Marie This Offer Expires Saturday Night, April 28 A BEAUTIFUL $25.00 Gold Dust Plate IZ- 50 This is probably the most popular plate made today. Now you can buy it at a price to interest the most conservative. Impressions taken at 9:30 A. M. --Plates delivered hj 4 P. M. "i:nma" Flats are sold only In CRAVEN'S EXCLCSIVE Plate Shoppes (Lifelike Teeth! If you desire Information about plates--WRITE-- Von will He an- an-erei) by return raall. 18 1st St. S. E., Mason City 620 Grand Avc, 408 Locust St. Des Moines 117 2nd St. S. E., Cedar Baplda 412 Nebraska St, Sioux City All Ground Floor Locations No Phones--You Do Not Need An Appointment S A F E ! for clothes--for children--for you! See this new no-wringer EASY WASHER Absolute personal safety is our proud boast for this new type washer, for no man, woman or child has ever been injured by the EASY Damp-Dryer that replaces the old-fashioned wringer. Stop in, or phone us, today*--and see for yourself how-this remarkable new machine saves TIME--saves MENDING--saves IRONING,--saves LIFTING---saves R I N S I N G -- s a v e s LABOR in so many new ways that you would never think it possible that a mere machine could do :o much to relieve you. Damp-Dry" Washers at ne^ low prices--Irora H19.SO fbelaw) to (H9.SO (atot-e). EASY1RONERS »0 tok« «he OTHER HALF of the work out ef washday We want to be sure you know that EASY now makes 'IroneM. Ironers that are of tie same 6ne quality M your EASY Washer-- that have been tested and proved by four years of experience in nearly 100,000 American homes. Ironcra that will do what you want them to do-- ·Aat will take -the OTHER half of the work out of washday. Try the EAS YJroner today. See how easy itis to iron.seatcd comfortably in pleasant surroundings, effortlessly guiding ASY , the clothes while the E does all the work. P.G.E Schallin. Ardis Voigt, Lola Warner, Hazel Weisbrod. To B« Held May 18. GOLDFIELD, April 26.--Goldfield high school commencement exercises will be held May 18. The Rev. Mr. Kilburn of Eagle Grove will give the address. The commencement sermon will be'given by Mrs. Ira D. Halvorsen of Goldfield. Members of the school bo: -1 are Urs. F. M. Clausen, president; Mrs. ra D. Halversen, Floyd Zinser, iJarry Stevenson · and H. C. Pinkham. The high school faculty con- dsts of Emerson R. Calkins, super- ntendent; T. L. Irwin, principal, 'eanette McCleery, Marilla Conley, hez Mead and Annabelle Pur- ·iance. The graduating class is composed Joiui Whyte, Congar Whyte, James Clausen, Lewis Nelson, Robert Hawkins, Fred Schnell, Marvel Severson, lola Klinger, class president . · Ruby Hankins, Ilys Griffith, Betty Stevenson, Cleo Larsen, Irene Wiggins, Madlyn Rasmussen, Clarabell Kennedy and Pauline Matheson. Give Recital at Waldorf. FOREST CITY, April 26.--Anna Joy Peshakova, cellist of Manly, assisted Prof. Odvin Hagen in a recital held at Waldorf · college. Miss Peshakova studied with Day Williams and appeared on the concert stage in America. She spent several years in Italy studying under Mario Gallini. She also appeared in several concerts in Italy with marked success. BELMOND BADGE WINNERS NAMED Many Boy Scouts Are Given Awards at Honor Court for District. BELMOND, April 26.--Boy Scouts who received badges at the district court of honor held here were: Second class--Roger Bohning. Walter Butterfield, Robert Dempsey, Bennet Moe, Merle Obrecht, Bernard Parker, Stanley Wessell, all of Belmond; John Churchill, Bob White, of Clarion; Leslie Faber, Lyle Gangsei, Robert Johnson, and Robert Trainer, Jr., all of Kanawha. Second class merit bades--Elwin Issacson, Clarion. First class--Bartlet Daveport, Douglas Klemme, Harmon Klcmme, all of Belmond. Get Merit Badges. First class merit badges--Franz Aldinger, Rex Aldinger, John Dunn, Richard Dunn, Curtis Peters, Cecil Roderaeyer all of Alexander; Roger Brady, Orvin Fitts, James Gowdy, John Packard, Belmond; Robert Casebeer, William Casebser, Kirk Draheim, Clarion; Wallace Caldwell, Wayne Chambers, Elliott McKim, Lawrence Schaal, Lee Williams, Corwith; Edward Engstrom, Jay Johnson, Dunvard Thompson, of Kanawha. For Civic Sen-Ice. Seventy-five hour civic service-John Robinson and Lee Williams, Corwith. Veteran (10 year) the Rev. O. E. Schaal, scoutmaster No. 8, Corwith. Star--Wallace Caldwell, Corwith; Dunvard Thompson, Kanawha. Life--Cecil Rodemeyer, Alexander. Annual Inspection Planned. GREENE, April; 26.--Mrs. Louise Shupe will conduct the annual inspection of McKinley circle, L. of G. A. R., Friday afternoon at the city hall. A noon luncheon will be served in her home by Mrs. Jennie Moss and her committee. Ole T. Oleson, Dows Resident Many Years, Is Dead at Age of 72 DOWS, April 26.--Ole T. Oleson, 72, ill several months, died Tuesday evening in his home on the farm near Dows. Born in Wisconsin, he came to Iowa with the family when a small boy, and lived in the Dows comm'- ity since. He leaves his wife and seven children, Mrs. Carl Weber, Dows; Thorken Oleson, St. James, Minn.; Herman Oleson, -Dante, S. Dak.; Iver Oleson, Los Angeles, Cal.; Mrs. E. B. Rae, Los Aneles, Cal.; Clifford Oleson, Dows; Mrs. J. Wolse, Hartley, and three sisters. SPRING GOATS $7.90 Just sixteen coats to close out. Every one greatly reduced. Get yours first! Sizes 14 to 42. MERKEL'S SECOND FLOOR SILK DRESSES . $5.95 A group of spring dresses, regularly $7.95. specially priced for E. O. M. Days. Also a few wool crepe suits. Sizes 12 to 50. MERKEL'S SECOND FLOOR SPRING SUITS $13.90 Now you can buy a fine'spring suit at a reduced price. All of our spring suits are reduced to 513.90 with the exception of a few at $22.50. Sizes 14 to 38. MERKEL'S SECOND FLOOR SPRING DRESSES $7.90 to $16.90 Many of our better dresses will be reduced for E. O. M. Days. There are many smart prints and plain silks formerly priced up to $25. MERKEL'S SECOND FLOOR GRENADINE Yard 22c Figured grenadine with cream ground and rose, orchid, green, gold or blue figures. Regularly 29c. MERKEL'S FIRST FLOOR LAMP SHADES 59c and 79c Parchment paper bridge and floor lamp shades decorated in new designs and colors. Regular 75c bridge shades are 59c; regular ?1 floor lamp shades are 79c. MEItKEL'S FIRST FLOOR FANCY PILLOWS, $1.89 Moire and satin pillows in green, gold, rust, red, blue and black. Were priced up to $2.69. MERKEL'S FIRST FLOOB DAMASKS Yard 89c 50 inch figured drapery damasks in rose, rust, blue, green and gold. Regularly up to $1.29 a yard. MEBKEL'S FIRST FLOOH CHINTZ CURTAINS, pr. $1.29 Glazed chintz ruffled curtains in all-over patterns. Fast colored green, rose, peach and lavender. .MERKEL'S SECOND FLOOK STORAGE CLOSETS, $1.69 To protect your garments from dust and moths. MEBKEL'S SECOND FLOOR GARMENT BAGS, 69c Of striped and emboss- ed sateen, 54 and 60 inch lengths. MERKKL'S SECOND FLOOR FRAMED PICTURES, 29c to $1 Attractive prints in neat frames of fine quality. In four price groups -- 29c, 50c, 89c and $1. MERKEL'S SECOND FLOOR JEWELRY 39c A large assortment of costume jewelry including necklaces, chokers, bracelets, e a r r i n g s , brooches and clips. MERKEL'S FIRST FLOOR KNIT SUITING Yard $1 54 inch all wool knit tweed suiting in grey, navy. and black. Regularly priced at $1.69. · MERKEL'S FIRST FLOOR DRAPERY FABRICS, yd. 15c Cretonnes and glazed chintzes in nice patterns for most any purpose. Were regularly priced up .to 49c a yard. MERKEL'S SECOND FLOOB REMNANTS , $1.50 and $2 Damasks, Linens, Crashes, etc., in 2V» yard lengths. Two big lots. MERKEL'S SECOND FLOOB NOVELTIES 1/2 PRICE A group of stationery, lace chair sets, bath sets, body powder and many other things at one-half price. MERKEL'S SECOND FLOOB Lace Curtains $2 to $4.50 pr. Lovely patterns in Quaker Lace Curtains. $9.50 curtains at 54.50; S5.95 curtains at $3.25; S3.75 curtains at ?2.00 a pair. MERKEL'S SECOND FLOOB PRINTED CREPES, yd. 1.29 40 inch, heavy quality all silk printed crepes in stripes, dots and floral patterns in medium and dark grounds. MERKEL'S FIRST FLOOH DRESS FABRICS, yd. 69c A group of materials including all silk Printed Crepes, Printed Rayons on light grounds, all silk Crepes in plain colors and Rayon Crepes in plain colors. All are 39 inches wide. MERKEL'S FIRST FLOOR FRIDAY-SATURDAY-MONDAY Here are Seventy-five Special Offerings ^r- each one priced far below its true worth. Inmost cases the quantities are small so you must come early to avoid disappointment. BRIDGE SETS $1.98 Of sheer linen in pastel colors, hand made. MERKEL'S FIRST FLOOB FANCY LINENS '/ 2 PRICE One group of fancy linen and lace doilies, scarfs, towels and napkins regularly priced from 29c to $5.95. MERKEL'S FIRST FLOOR LUNCH CLOTHS, $1.19 Of pure linen crash in white and colored borders. Size 52x70. MERKEL'S FIRST FLOOR RUGS MATS 89c to $1.98 Chenille rugs and Bath Mats, slightly soiled. Size 18x36 at 89c; size 24x48 at $1.59 and J1.98. MERKEL'S FIRST FLOOR BATH TOWELS 39c Double thread terry cloth towels in white with striped borders. Size 22x44. MERKEL'S FIRST FLOOR STAMPED CASES, pr. 79c Linen finish pillow cases, 42 inch, stamped for outwork, regularly 51.19. MERKEL'S FIRST FLOOB BANDEAUX 25c One group of narrow and wide bandeaux with back hook, broken sizes. Were up to $1. MERKEL'S SECOND FLOOR LUNCH CLOTHS, 79c Basco pure white lunch cloths, size 54x54, launder like linen. MERKEL'S FIBST FLOOB STAMPED SCARFS, 59c Linen scarfs stamped for simple embroidery, fringed or hemstitched hems. MERKEL'S FIRST FLOOR MAD CAPS 25c Clever caps to crochet-package includes yarn, hook and instructions for making. MERKEL'S FIRST FLOOR HOLEPROOF SALE! A $1.25 J Hose for Only when a number is discontinued .are we permitted to offer Holeprooof Hosiery at reduced prices. Therefore this is a rare opportunity to purchase first quality fine silk hose at a decided saving. Very fine gauge, three thread sheer-twist all silk hose with decorative 'runproof design top. In the most desirable spring shades. There will be a slight change in the construction of this number--that is why it will be discontinued. MERKEL'S FIRST FLOOR MISSES' HOSE, 25c Strutwear misses' hose, full length, regularly 50c LISLE HOSE, pr. 59c The ideal sports stocking for ladies--lisle mesh. Regularly ?1. CHILDREN'S HOSE, pr. 29c An assortment of Trimfit full length hose in fancy patterns. MEKKEL'S FIRST FLOOH ALARM CLOCKS, $1 One day alarm clocks, fully guaranteed, in rose, green, blue, copper, nickel and black finishes. MERKEL'S FIRST FLOOB PLAYING CARDS, 4 for $1 G i l t e d g e playing cards, bridge size, with attractive fancy backs. MERKEL'S FIRST FLOOR MERKEL'S ECONOMY BASEMENT SPRING COATS . $5.95 Here is a surprise value in new spring coats! Black and navy crepes and tweeds! Come early to get first choice. WASH FROCKS, 77c These are regular dollar dresses and of far better quality than you'll regularly find at this price. Fast colored prints in sizes 14 to 52. SUMMER SWEATERS, 77c Wee* them with your Spring suit or with a skirt. Light colors and attractive patterns. Just 12 in the lot. Regularly $1.19. SILK DRESSES, $2.98 A special group of regular $3.98 and $4.98 flresses inprints and plain crepes. Sizes 14 to 46. JJon't Miss This Bargain Feast HOSIERY SPECIAL Here is a special offer of. Celanese Hose *| --buy three pairs for P A And you get a Box of Ivory Snow Free Single pairs 39c Full Fashioned Host?, pr. 59c Service and chiffon silk hose of fine quality and excellent construction. These are slightly irregulars of our better hose. CHILDREN'S BROADCLOTH BLOOMERS, pr. 19c CURTAINS, 79c Priscilla and Cottage Sets, slightly soiled. CURTAIN MATERIAL, yd. 9c FANCY TICKING, yd. 19c FRAMED PICTURES, 19c MERKEL'S ECONOMY BASEMENT LADIES' HDKFS., 6 for $1 Sports size, pure linen in plain colors, white and prints. Exceptional values! MERKEL'S FIRST FLOOR CHILDREN'S HDKFS., ea. 5c In attractive juvenile prints. MERKEL'S FIRST FLOOR LADIES' HDKFS., V 2 Price A group of pure linen handkerchiefs, mostly whites that are slightly soiled. Hand embroidered and appliqued and lace hand rolled and hemstitched hems. .ME«KEL'S FIRST FLOOR KID GLOVES Pair $1.59 Gloves of real kid, mostly light colors, four, six and eight button lengths. All sizes but not all sizes in each style. Sizes 6 to 7}4. MEKKEL'S FIRST FLOOH LEATHER GLOVES, pr. $1 Odds and ends of kid and capeskin gloves priced to close out. MERKEL'S FIRST FLOOR KID GLOVES Less 1-3 Ladies' gloves of · real kid in a good variety of styles in shades of tan. MERKEL'S FIRST FLOOR FABRIC GLOVES, pr. 39c Kayser chamoisette and mesh gloves in white and eggshell, greatly reduced in price. SIERKEL'S FIRST FLOOB UNION SUITS 59c Carter's gauze union suits, bodice top, shell or tight knee, open or closed crotch. Regularly priced 79c. Wonderful values. MERKEL'S FIRST FLOOB PETTICOATS 98c Carter's rayon petticoats in small, medium and large ladies' sizes. Panel front, pink, champagne and black. Regularly $1.69. MERKEL'S FIRST FLOOR LUXITE UNDIES, Less 1-3 Closing out our line of Luxite panties, bloomers and vests. Pink only. Regularly priced from $1 to $2.50. MERKEL'S FIBST FLOOR SILK GOWNS $2.49 Ladies' pure silk gowns with lace ' trimming, hand embroidery and some tailored styles. Peach, pink and green. Sizes 15, 16 and 17. · MERKEL'S FIRST FLOOR KICKERNICKS '/ 2 PRICE Discontinued numbers in Kickernick step-ins, lace trimmed, sizes 0, 1 and 3, ,pink or peach. Regularly 51.95. MERKEL'S FIRST FLOOB PURSES, 59c Tapestry, fabrikoid and genuine leather purses in pouch and under? [m shapes. Some have ^lide fasteners. Black and brown. MERKEL'S FIRST FLOOR Leather BAGS $1.19 and $1.98 Two groups of unusual values in leather bags, pouch or underarm styles, some have handles, excellent quality, formerly priced up to $4.98. MEBKEL'S FIRST FLOOR WINDSOR TIES, 19c All silk in plain colors, small checks and polka dots. MEHKEL'S FIBST FLOOB RUFFLING Yard 49c Georgette and crepe de- chine ruffling in eggshell, pink, blue and red. MERKEL'S FIRST FLOOB INFANTS' UNIONS, 79c-98c Vanta mesh union suits, two-piece style, in size 2. Vanta pink rayon two-piece suits in size 6. MERKEL'S SECOND FLOOB SUN SUITS 49c and 69c A large assortment of play suits in bright colors and prints, some with hats to match. Sizes 3 to 12. MERKEL'S SECOND FLOOR Girls' DRESSES 77c to $1.97 Wash frocks of fine quality prints and pretty styles. In four groups-formerly $1.25 at 77c; formerly $1.69 at 97c; formerly S1.98 at $1.27 and .formerly $2.98 at 51.97. MERKEL'S SECOND FLOOR GIRLS' COATS $2.77 to $7.98 All girls' spring coats greatly reduced in prices. There are reds, greens, blue, tans, rusts and mixtures in sizes 3 to 17. MERKEL'S SECOND FLOOB COTTON BLOUSES, 59c M a d e of seersucker, prints, organdie and pique in sizes 34 to 40. MERKEL'S SECOND FLOOH KNIT DRESSES $1.98 Wool and rayon knit dresses in pastel shades, plain colors and stripes. Were priced up to $4.98. MEHKEL'S SECOND FI.OOB COTTON PAJAMAS, 69c Of prints and plain materials in red, blue, green and maize. Sizes 14 to 17. Were 51. MEHKEL'S SECOND FLOOR MAGICOATS $1 A practical wraparound service apron made by Paul Jones. In white, green, blue and c o l o r e d prints and checks. Sizes 14 to 46. Regularly S1.98. MERKEL'S SECOND FLOOR FOUNDATION GARMENTS, 98c A group of girdles made of crepe, light weight, in small sizes only. Were priced up to 53.50. MERKEL'S SECOND FLOOB CORSETTES $1.98 A group of one-piece garments of voile, brocades and silks, small sizes only. Were up to S5.00. MERKEL'S SECOND FLOOB COTTON FABRICS, Yard 39c Ginghams in medium and large plaids, bright colors, fine quality, 36 inch, fast colors. Paddock Prints with a poplin weave, large designs and tan grounds. 36 inch on white, yellow, orchid. MERKEL'S FIBST FLOOB WASH FABRICS, yd. 19c Dimities and Batistes in small floral patterns on light grounds--Broadcloths in green, rose and orchid--Halcyon Prints of fine quality, fast colors, patterns for dresses and smocks. 36 inch. MERKEI/S FIRST FLOOR

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