The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on March 16, 1937 · Page 6
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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 6

Mason City, Iowa
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Tuesday, March 16, 1937
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a,*' I i - i 3 f, "1 t ij f. H J h BIX Operetta to Be Given at Algona Friday Night ALGONA--The cast has been chosen for.the annual high school operetta to be given at the high school auditorium Friday under the direction of Miss Margaret MeNoun and Miss Doris White. The name is "Look Who's "Here" by Hadley and Williams. Those having leading roles are Mildred Pratt, Dick Norton, Marjorie Phillips, Edgar Schraiel, Ray Madson, MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, MARCH 16 · 1937 Lloyd Spear, Adra Yoeman, Donald Akre, Jack Long, Harry Greenburg, Richard Keen, Frank Schoby, Keith Moore, Rex Taylor Perry Owen, Eugene Drager, Kenneth Fraser. Pat McEnroe and Russell Buchanan. FASHION TIME TABLE A TWO-FACED existence is that of the commuter. His problem is that of a city Dr. ·°- Jekyll who mustn't sartorially turn into a Mr Hyde when he gets to his country home. Our minute-counting subject herewith has solved his problem without pain. His suit^a'lovat'green" in worsted flannel, carries 'the newer'arrangements 'of four instead of six Buttons.' His low crown, wider brim hat is probably'a medium brown, as are his shoes. The raincoat is a light'.affair, both in weight and color. The slotted collar needs no collar pin as its .stiffened inside loops perfectly support the knot of his heavyweight foulard tie. Hamburg hats are on the up and up. Good in gray (dark or light), dark brown, midnight blue and black. Heavier models in green mixtures are naturals w i t h camel's hair coats. Suit yourself! Today's outstanding bid with all honors goes to this Glen pattern. Its crest tide this Spring is predicted in this three button model. The plaid is here slightly over-emphasized. There's finesse in dark suits this . Spring. For town the chalk, pin or pencil stripe on black ground, is an unbeatable trump. It's also Fashion's uniform in London these days. Knife pleats may make the laundress sob, but they're spirit rais- .ing for the wearer'of this shirt. French cuffs mean neater fit and longer wear. The white collar is about One-quarter higher in back than usual. Both l e n g t h ' and strength are evident in the suit of plain gray sharkskin. Its place is firmly established in practically every well- chosen wardrobe. « A i a " ' uestions °" m *n's fashions. Write MEN'S FASHION DEPARTMENT, THE MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, and enclose a self-addressed stamped envelope for reply. IMPORTANT NOTE: 25c brings you "Esquire's Etiquette of Color," a large-sized four-page folder in full color embracing 32 suggestions for effective combina- *| ons in colors and patterns for the complete ensemble. Two File for Office of Mayor at Algona on March 29 Ballot ALGONA -- The municipal election March 29 at Algona, promises to be exciting. The deadline for filing closed Saturday with two candidates in the race for mayor. On the citizens' ticket, C. P. Specht has filed for re-election and Alwin Huenhold ana W. A. White for councilmen-at-large. W. El Hawcott filed for councilman from the first ward, H. M. Jiarris from the second ward, Frank Kohlhaas from the third ward and J. P. Overmyer from the fourth ward. H. L. Gilmore is up for re-election as city treasurer and E. H. Beardsley for city assessor. W. H. Godden is the new candidate for park commissioner succeeding M. J. Weaver who did not file. The contest begins with Leighton Misbach, son of the late Joseph Misbach, as candidate for mayor on the people's ticket'and Charles H. . Clement and Walter Klemp candidates for councilmen- at-large. Lloyd S. Bohannon from the second ward was the only man to file from the wards as councilman on the people's ticket. WALTONS BACK STATE'S BOARD Present Conservation Group Attacked Unjustly, Says lowans' Resolution. DES MOINES, (JP) -- The Iowa branch of the Izaak Walton league has adopted a resolution to resist legislative efforts to change the present organization of the state conservation commission. The resolution commended "the efficient administration of the present seven-member nonsalaried commission" and asserted "lack of correct information had dictated attacks" upon the commission which are "entirely unwarranted by the facts." The delegates elected J. H. Frenchick of Sioux City, president of the Iowa division. Other officers elected were Dr. Harvey F. Denison of Des Moines, first vice- president, and Fred Bell of Boone, second vice president. Gail A. Peterson of Burlington was re-elected secretary-treasurer. OSAGETOVOTE ON HOSPITAL Two Tickets in Field for City Election to Be · March 29. OSAGE-- Two parties filed candidates for the city election March 23. The Citizens' ticket, in office now, in composed of G. E. Swanson, mayor; Birchard Brush, treasurer; H. E. LaRue, assessor; councilmen-at-large, H'. C. Carr, E. J. Gilles; first ward councilmen, E. C. Swanson; second ward, John. Levers; third ward, Ben Chatman; fourth ward, Irwiu Otto. The People's ticket is composed oC L. A. Doyle, mayor; first ward councilman, E. E. Swann; third ward councilman, Alfred Havig- eouncilman-at-large, H. H. Kienast. Whether or not Osage will have a new hospital will be decided by a special ballot at this election The question will be whether the cuy shall issue bonds, not to exceed $20,000, for the purpose of building and equipping a hospital. As the plan of the hospital board now stands, the new hospital would not interfere in any way with maintaining the present status of the Nissen hospital The new building would be separate from, though connected with, the Nissen hospital building. The new unit is to stand just east of the old one and both would be used. MANIFOTD767, DUMONT. DIES Funeral Services Will Be Held Wednesday at U. B. Church. . KOSSUTH VETS WILL GATHER Legion and Auxiliary to Meet Thursday Night at Lakota. LAKOTA--A joint county meeting ot the American Legion and auxiliary will-be held at Lakota Thursday evening in tlve basement of the Presbyterian church. The Auxiliary has planned a'program. The main speaker of the evening will be Peter F. Hanson, department vice commander. The meeting will be in charge of County Commander Don Hutchins of Algona and the county chairman, Mrs. Oliver Graham of Burt. Driver Falls Asleep and Truck Is Ditched HAMPTON-- A Bell transfer truck, loaded with merchandise and traveling soutli on highway 65, Sunday morning went into the ditch on the left side of the highway two miles north of Hampton. The driver, Leonard Voss, 22, of Minneapolis, had, fallen asleep. The cab was torn from the truck when it rolled over but Voss was uninjured. Mrs. Robinson Bun'ecl in Plymouth Cemetery ^ P L Y M O U T H -- Mrs. Viola Towne Robinson was buried in Oakwood cemetery S a t u r d a y afternoon. The body was brought overland by auto from Mason City where she lived. THORNTON GETS 2 DEGLAM1STS Hampton Also Wins High Rank in Contest Held at Alden. ALDEN -- Thornton won two first places and Hampton one top ranking in the subdistrict declamatory contest held Monday night at Alden. Bankings were: Oratorical- Clarence Brauer of Hampton, first; Richard Beving of Wellsburg, second; dramatic--Martha - Huth James o£ Thornton, first; Sylvia Grumwer of Latimer, second, and humorous--Mary Courtney of Thornton, first, and Hugh S. John- son of Iowa Training school, Eldora, second. . . ' . · ; : ' Winners of this contest advance to the next round, to be held Monday night at Clear Lake. William Panek Rites. : : CRKSCO--Funeral services were held for William Panek, 47, Tuesday, March 16, at the Immanuel Lutheran church of Cresco, conducted by the pastor, the Rev. L. W. Moench, with burial at the New Oregon cemetery, three miles south of Cresc'o. His widow survives. . V 666 Liquid, Tablets Salve, Nose Drops checks ' COLDS and FEVER first day '. Headache, 30 mtnntcs ,, -- Finley A. Manifold, o/, died at his farm home four miles east on No. 10 and south of the paving, Sunday afternoon with pneumonia following a lon^ imess from diabetes. He had also lost his eyesight the past year. · ftonHold.was born April 18, at Bluntsville, Ind., and came to Iowa with his parents when 15 years of age, settling southwest of ran 1 ? 0 / 1 »? e was married Feb. B, 1899 to Miss Minerva Jones who ded him in death May 9 near Hampton where they ° n ^ farm. The family came o uumont 12 years ago to the Dr TM at the head of Ma in · * 1S surv 'ved by five Defnh £r an -» , three sons - Miss Jelpha Manifold, at home; Mrs. iay Jones, Dumont; James Mani- T i«{. Aroy , G ? nde ' Cal.;. Louis -nd H S ' -2' home: Mrs - Gerald icdges, Belmond; Mrs. Carl Habe, hapm; Mrs. Robert Ziert,' Alli- °n; also a brother, C. F. Manifold, cv KTM ' ??* a · !istcr ' Mrs - Nan cy Koons, Mason City, now of Dumont, and two grandchildren. Funeral services will be Wednesday afternoon at the United h reth / en ch «rch with the pastor a ^ c Rfv..E. M. Miller in charge at 2 o clock. Burial will be in the ocal cemetery. Brazil's key industries are oper- iting at high levels. · Ringless Gaymodes Newest Shades We're out to dress-up the town for next-to- nothing! Yes, indeed! From rompers to formats, sandals to suits : . . ALL are Easter bargains! Get yours NOW, while selections are complete -- prices, hard-to-beat! 150 NEW WOMEN'S RAYON PANTIES IScpr. A give-away price for such quality. Jean Nedra DRESSES Non-breaUable visions Spring- shades. Rayon Taffeta SLIPS Outstanding' value at an extremely low price. You will need several of these attractive frocks for spring. Newest fashion trends. Sizes 12 to 44. All w.ool fabrics In Springr materials and colors. TAILORED SUITS New Spring: styles anfl colors. Don't miss this value. Men! Savings in Fancy SHIRTS · Nu-Craft Collars! · Full-Cut Sizes! _· Fast colors! MEN'S Hand-made TIES 49c Res i 1 i e n t construction. They tic easily, resist winkles! Fine materials in smart colors! Yes, sir! These shirts combine top quality and low price! Complete with pockets and non-wilt collars . . . 7-butfon fronts! Latest designs, snappy new colors! Now's the time to 'get a supply. Step lively, men! Hickory ' stripe In sizes from 3 to 8. A rare value NEW SPRING PURSES MEN'S DRESS OXFORDS $2.98 AH leather consfruct!on. In a wiae variety of .Spring- styles. Hardwater Soap, 12 bars. t 49c Boys' Dress Shirts 49c Men's Top Flight Shirts 98c Men's Spring Unions, short sleeves. . . 79c Acetate Crepe, per yard 44c Men's All-Leather Belts 49c Men's Work Shirts . . . 49c Boys' Popeye Sweat Shirts 59c Men's Broadcloth Pajamas $1.49 Men's Dress Suspenders . . . 49c Men's Shorts, fast colors 19c Men's Shirts, Swiss Rib 19c Men's Work Gloves, Horsehide Face. . 29c IVIEN'S Marathon HATS Newest Spring shades- fur felts for loner service MEN'S Fancy Socks \ 15c pr. Rayon and c c 1 a n c s e Double sole and spliced heels for extra wear. ft ^

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