Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on March 23, 1939 · Page 4
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 4

Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, March 23, 1939
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4 _ . THURSDAY, MARCH 23, 1939 5 I 3 } 1 \ ' PROTEST PARADE IS SCHEDULED Groups Objecting to German Seizure of · Czech Land to March . NEW YORK, WV-A mass parade protesting Germany's annexation of Czecho-SIovakia has been arranged here for Saturday. The council to combat nazi invasion said that representatives of 350 organizations \yith a combined membership of 500,000 persons -would participate. The council said 250,000,000 would march in the parade. The demonstration will be sponsored 1 by William Green, president of the American Federation of Labor; Thomas Mann, exiled German writer; Monsjgnor John A. Ryan, president of Catholic university, and Tom Mooney, labor leader. Grand marshals include Rabbi Stephen S. Wise, president of the American Jewish congress; U. S. Representative Vito Marcantonio (Alp.-N. Y.); Dr. Gerald Machacek, president o£ the United Czecho-Slovak societies; Lawrence Tibbett, opera baritone, and Fredric March, stage a n d film actor. COACH IS HONOKED POPEJOY--Members of the freshman class gave a party for Ernest Oppermann, athletic coach, at the home of Doris Altizer, Wednesday evening. A social time was spent after which lunch was served. A gift was presented to Mr. Oppermann, from the group. MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE Fourth Graders Operate Marionette Show COLLISTEK IS GRADUATED PLYMOUTH -- Lauress Colster was graduated from Iowa Hate college March 18. He is a ·graduate of Mason City Junior college, class of 1935 and is the son of the Rev. and Mrs. T. C. Cellister formerly of Plymouth. · This EASTER Wear the Styles In Keeping With Fashion's Decree "THREE BUTTONS" In this graceful single breasted three button model above shown you have the perfect interpretation of the famous English Drape in a three button suit. Its accentuated chest and suppressed waist gives a silhouette which smart dressers of today strive to attain. Made by M. Wile Co. under the famous "DON RICHARDS" Hollywood styling. You will wonder how it s possible to turn out clothing of this caliber at the price it is'featured. One of the most talked of style lines of clothing in America today--worn by the. most exacting "film stars" of Hollywood. Come in and ask to see these three button single breasted drapes. Many Other Beauties at $22.50 to $30 2 PAYMENT PLANS TO MEET YOUR NEEDS If you choose to select this plan simply make your request on our form and you may pay as follows-90 Days--Pay Nothing Down Pay 1-3 April 15 Pay 1-3 May 15 Fay 1-3 Jane 15 SaUsfactory Credit References Ts the Onl7 Essential DILLON For Your Convenience We Offer Our 10 Pay Plan Pay d r s P'' fc t? 6 «P«5 Down « Ealan ce in 10 Equal Pay'ts. We Invite People Who Value "Good Credit" The Central school fourth grade English class, under the direction of Mrs. Hazel McCuIIoueh has completed a marionette project as part of the class work. Left to right the children are {front row) Jerry Maxwell. Betty Barnes, Marian Evans, Eldon Herr, Janice Helfenstein, Madonna Spencer, Jack Senneff and Eugene Warren; (back row) Davey Miller, Lily Bemis, Bonnie Carmen and James Farrer (Lock Jihoto; Kayenay engraving.) ' l *""·»· * Pupils Give Puppet Show for Teachers Marionettes Built ; as Part of School Assembly Project The fourth grade English class at Central school, under the direction of Mrs. Hazel McCullough, completed the marionette project upon which it has been working. The project included all of the children in the class, working together and utilizing their various talents and abilities. The children made the puppets; dressed them, and presented the show at the school assembly. Three Meals Shorten a Day" was presented by the Davey Lee Miller and James Farrer dolls taking the character, Hans; Jerry Maxwell and Jack Senneff, the farmer; and '-ily Bemis and Madonna Spencer, lie wife. "Red Hiding Hood" was presented by Marion Evans operating Red Riding HocJd; Janice., Helfenstein, the''mother; Junior Homer-, ding, woodcutter; Eldon Herr, wolf, and the announcer, Eugene Warren. The fundamental purpose of the activity, according to Mrs. McCullough, was to develop the children's ability to relate their activities and knowledge to each other and to their everyday life. Many o£ the children's talents were brought into use in the molding, designing, painting, sew- ng, construction and manipu la- ran of the marionettes, the arranging of scenery and the cooperation of reading, speech and ideas. "OUR FIRST AIM IS TO. PLEASE YOU Former Employe of Minnesota State Starts Sentence ST. PAUL, Minn., (U.PO--Ralph Zagaria, 29, former employe in the state oil inspection division, Thursday began an up-to-ten year term in the St. Cloud reformatory on a forgery conviction. A Ramsey county district court found Zagaria guilty of charges of participating in a system through which bogus claims were presented in the tax refund division of the oil division, checks were issued to fictitious persons and later cashed with forged signatures. The cashed checks and claims were then removed from the files. Judge Hugo O. Hanft pronounced sentence. Another former oil inspection division employe, Perry Edman, is being tried on similar charges. Minneapolis Baby Without Esophagus Dies in Eighth Week MINNEAPOLIS, (U.R1--Terrace Newham, the baby born eight weeks ago without an esophagus died Wednesday night. At birth doctors said an operation would give the baby a chance in 1.000 to live. So on Feb. 2 a tube for feeding was inserted through the abdominal walls of the stomach, preparatory to a second operation to open the esophagus. But as physicians wore planning the second operation, the baby died. Medical records indicated that no child born vnth a closed esophagus has survived. Mrs. Irvin Chapman President of Board LUVERNE--At the meeting of the board of school directors Tuesday evening Chris Nygaard, Dr. H. D. Meyer and Walter Hefti qualified as new members, and Mrs. Irvin Chapman was chosen as president of board. All teachers were re-elected at an increase in salary, j MARCH DRUG BUYS SCOT TISSUE lOc POWDER PUFFS Bathroom SCALES Fully Guaranteed $1.79 BLADES Regular 1,000 Sheet Limit 3 Rolls Each Pkg. of 4, each 35c Vicks VAPO RUB Each27c 60cPINEX Each 49c 30c Hills' Cascora Quinine Cold Tablets Each 12c 35c BROMO QUININE Each24c PARKE DAVIS Natoia Oil 10 CC Bottle 57c V I T R O E T T S VITAMINS AND MINERALS ·Illll.l1 tO Beauty-Vitality ·Health youi diet i» too x modem. Modem proceMig r may unavoidaHy rob certain important foods of the Vila- TninB and Minerals which many doctor' My are required {or beauty, vitality and health. If yon want youthful vigor, lh« beauty of a clear healthful «ldn, normal ·ya«, fine teeth and lustroui hair; ii yon want rwutanco to nervonraen, faHgua and too frequent coldi- and Miasislj to " "* tt *°* condiHoilB lua dae to kck «* Vitamin* VITROETTS VlUmbu A, », C, D, X utd C ud aMatUI MOatrab: A convenianf economical source of Vitamins A, B, C, D E and G and such important minerals as iron, calcium, copper, phosphorus and others wluch your doctor will probaHy tell you make important contribution. fit * combiaaiiojl package ol these pleaMnt-lo-laks capsule* Sixty gelatin capaaloa apumiaafaiy ma non'« rapply iot $1.00 Kurlash Each59c 25c CuticuraSoap Each 17c 25c Johnson Baby Powder Eachl9c 55c Lady Esther Cream or Powder Each 39c A R R I D Deodorant Ned. Size 39c Lge. Size 59c Pint Vacuum Bottle Keeps liquid hot 12 hours, cold 24 hours. Each 63c Marshmallows 1 Ib. cello bag Each lOc 35c PONDS CREAMS EachiSc 75c Harriet Hill's Facial Pad Compact Perfume . , now?5c 40c TANGEE LIPSTICK, Regular or Theatrical, ea. 34c; $ 1 . 1 0 Site . . . . 79c . /swAmpdb i*JL YOUR sum ChiP $0 21 6 bars I7o NEW EVENING IN PARIS SCENTED SOAP .......... bar 60cDRENE Jft- SHAMPOO . . ......... . . . . eo.4"C IR/UMv aPLUSto KP50DEIIT TOOTH POWDER . Make a change for the best. Start Wax the mrUM way wirh Pepsodent Tooth Powder. ·Bf SOt SIZE CANDY, Carton of 12 j | Choc. Covered Easter Eggs, ea. JL1IC 60e LOWNEYS EASTER CANDY, T Ib. Box. We Hare New Low Prices on All Cameros and Minimum Prices on Films, 15c DIAMOND or PUTNAM DYES 53c lOc MOTH PROOF GARMENT BAGS (Others at 23c and 37c) . . 2 for FERDINAND THE BULL, « ft (Disney Character in Soap) . . ea 1UC TIME TO PAINT UP INTERIOR GLOSS ENAMEL Pint Quart Vz Gal. Gallon 47c 73c $1.29 $2.29 CORRECT SOUR STOMACH Xu\i\ i Durham | I or Dukes I iamieson's Don'f Offend D I - S O D - E X ANTACID POWDER LISTERINE $1.25 Alarm \ Clocks 1

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