Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on May 4, 1934 · Page 8
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 8

Mason City, Iowa
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Friday, May 4, 1934
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yfrnfiyytfyytf.!?*^^ EIGHT MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE MAY 4 193* BANKERS PLAN GROUP SESSIONS Bagley to Be on Program to Be Held May 14 and 15 at New Hampton. NEW HAMPTON, May 4.--Bankers from the northeastern and north central section of Iowa will attend the annual meeting of group, three and four of the Iowa Bankers association here, May 14-15. A smoker ·will be held Monday evening. May 14 and a luncheon in St. Joseph's auditorium Tuesday noon. A business session will be held all day Tuesday. Prominent individuals scheduled to speak are: George Schaller, governor of the Federal Reserve bank, Chicago; B. F. Kaufman, Des Moines, president of the Iowa Bankers association; D. W. Bates, state superintendent of banking; L. A. Andrews, Des Moines, former state superintendent of banking, and Willis G. C. Bagley, Mason City banker. Simile for today: As indifferent as the girls are when they find he is married--Davenport Times.. i i! MERKEL'S ECONOMY BASEMENT Where Thrifty Folks Like To Shop Banquet Dresses $2.98 and $3.98 A new shipment in pastel crepes, prints and organdies-lovely, youthful styles in sizes 14 to 20. White Pique Dresses, $1.19 You'll want several of these cool dresses that launder so easily. Made with full skirts, some with inverted pleats, some have suntau backs. Sizes 14 to 40. * I Sm 14. White Coats, $7,95 Smartly styled, cut full, sizes M to 20- Blouses, 59c New, crisp blouses of light colored flaxon in polka dots, stripes and prints. Sizes 14 to 40. J Full Fashioned Hose, 59c Chiffons and service- weights of excellent quality. These are slightly irregulars of our better hose. Children's Undies 29c Rayon panties and bloomers in pink only, sizes 4 to 14. Children's Bloomers, 19c Broadcloth bloomers in · pink, sizes 4 to 14. Girls'Slips, 39c White broadcloth slips in sizes 4 to 14. Wash Suits, 59c Long pant boys' suits in white and colors. Sizes 2 to 8. SOLD DILLINGER GUNS H. S. Lehman, proprietor of a San Antonio, Texas, gtin shop, is pictured following his arrest In San Antonio by federal agents in connection with the sale of firearms to John Dillinger, fugitive " Indiana outlaw, and other members of his gang:. Lcbman allegedly admitted selling guns to DUlinger after one of the weapons used by DUlin- ger outlaws in the Spider Lake, Wis., gun battle was found to have been issued by Lehman's shop. Wash Suits, 39c Short pant suits in colors. Anklets, 15c and 19c Cling-top anklets in white and colors. Sizes 5 to 7% at ISc; sizes 8 to 10% at 19c a pair.. COLFLESH TALKS ON TAX RELIEF Says It's More Matter of Amount Expended Than Way Raised. ESTHERVILLE, May'4. UP)--Tax relief is more a matter of money expended than the manner in which it is raised, Robert W. Colflesh, candidate for the republican nomination for governor, said in a campaign address here today. "Without mentioning names, he referred to the "promises" of two of his opponents. He said "We find one of the candidates, whose records of accomplishment during the two years of governor was nil. now promising vociferously that he will reform the state tax system, soak the utilities and otherwise make a record for himself if given another chance. It is only fair to ask why the things which he is now advocating anc promising were not, in some part a' least, achieved when he was in power." "Another candidate," he said,' "is blithely promising tax free homes and farms. This promise carries with it also the pledge of tax free railroads, tax free utilities and tax free corporations." Colflesh declared that this pro gram, if practical at all, would mean that the home owner, farmer worker and salaried employe woul( not only pay his own taxes bu those "justly imposed upon profit able investments." Curtains, pr. 69c Smart, new designs in panels, cottage sets and Priscilla curtains. - Figured Windsor Crepe, yd 25n Lace Curtain Panels, 46 inch each 79o New Cretonne Crash, yd. .29c Part Linen Toweling, 2 yds. 25c Linen Finish Pillow Tubing, 42 inch, yd 23c Feather Pillows, each 69c Glazed Chintz Pillows filled with kapok 30c Drapery Damasks, 50 inch, yard ;...«9c Past Color Broadcloth in white and colors, 36 in., yard 20 = Non Cling in all colors, yd .19c Marquisette Curtain Panels, two tone fringe 3 for §1 Outing Flannel, 27 inch, yard · l« /2 C Printed Sheers, fast color dimities, batistes and lawns, yd l Jc Printed Piques in sport stripes, attractive color combinations, 36 in., yd. 20c Merkel's Economy Basement )ockstader Uninjured But Unable to Get Out of Wreck After Crash OTRANTO, May 4.--When Dr. W. B. Dockstader was coming home from St. Ansgar Wednesday evening on highway No. 9, about four miles from St Ansgar, a car crowded him to the ditch. His car turned over. He sluffered no injury but was unable to free himself without assistance. Colonel Neckolson, passing by, extricated him from the wreckage. George Tubbs, Greene,. Buried at Mason City GREENE, May 4.--Funeral services for George Tubbs who died Tuesday were held at the Rembold funeral home Thursday afternoon. Burial was in a cemetery at Mason City. This is the fourth death in the Tubbs family in less, than 14 months. A brother, Elmer E., died March 23, 1933; a sister, Mrs. Oscar Perry, died Sept. 14, 1933 and a brother, Elijah H., Feb. 21, 1934. Suffers Broken Arm. OTRANTO, May 4.--Darrell Bliss, 5, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Bliss, was hurt as he and Tommy Lenz were playing in a trailer in the Bliss yard. Darrell fell to the ground, fracturing both bones of the right forearm. In Ohio a man is suing for divorce because his wife threw a pie at him. Of course, it's self-evident that he's no politician.--Norfolk Ledger-Dispatch. Extra Planned for You/ Come TO Tomorrow/ GOOD 181x90 Sheets Bargains at 64c A strong sheet for long wear, 42x36. Pillow } Cases at 12y 2 c , For Saturday SPORT SHIRTS | Cotton mesh, short sleeves, zipper front. All white. MEN'S SIZES 79c Handkerchiefs Bargains at SforlOC Only 2c each 1 for hemstitch- white cotton handkerchiefs! women's! One Big Day of Extra Values SATURDAY, MAY 5 .. ~- - - -^·~~ Bain or Shine! Come at 9 a. m. Bring your List We Can Not Overemphasize The Importance of This Event Everything is ready for you. Thousands of dollars worth of new merchandise was purchased months ago in order to make these unusual prices possible. They could Sixty (60) salespeople to assist you. We are determined to make this one of the greatest days the store has ever had. We urge you to check every item carefully and be here when the doors open not be duplicated on today's market! a t 9 A. M. All Quality Merchandise at Real Low Price Open 9 a. in. Be Here 60 Salespeople to Wait on You Athletic Knit Suits For Men--At 49c F i n e ribbed cotton, with a s t r a p neck, r a y o n trimmed. Sizes 36 to 46. SPECIAL FOR SATURDAY CIRCULAR KNIT Pure Silk HOSE 29c I Penney's most popular seamless stocking! And what a mileage record they'd I make if you figured them out in cost per mile! Picot top, French heel, in sizes 8 to 10H! Big savings! SPECIAL FOR SATURDAY WORK SHIRTS Medium Weight Chambray! 3400 YARDS FACTOR!' MARQUISETTE REMNANTS 1 to 10 yd. lengths, consisting of Plains, Clipped Dots, Colored Figures, etc. 6C yard Buy as many lengths as you want-sold only in lengths. SPECIAL FOR SATURDAY Men's SHIRTS Fast Color MEN'S Summer CAPS , For Saturday 25c White or oyster linenes and white ducks. M a d e w i t h leather sweat- «. band. MEN'S Shirts--Shorts Good Quality 2for49c Elastic s i d e ! shorts, y o k e front, m a n y patterns. 28 to 42. Cotton-rib shirts. 39c MEN'S Fancy Socks Big Selection 10e Double - soled for extra wear, h i g h spliced- heels . . . Ray[on in light or dark colors.' Cut full and roomy across the chest,and shoulders!. Long'-,: length- -- nothing skimped! Comfortable interlined collar!. Extension neckband! Two pockets! Steel buttons! SPECIAL FOR SATURDAY PLAT SUITS 6Sc 49o Just the thing for out-of-doors play hours! Sturdily made to withstand lots of hard knocks! They've a sports collar--it's cool and comfortable! Metal buttons that stay put! Stripes and plains. Sizes 2 to 8. Planned For You/ Come to (P GIRLS' Rayon Undies Dainty Trim! 25c C h e m i s e s , panties, bloomers! Flesh, tea rose, s m a l l , medium, large! Values! 1000 TOWELS "A Rare Value" . Saturday Special. Large, soft, absorbent Terry. Jv'ubbed Cotton Wash Pants Sanforized! $1.98 Very dressy! Tiny tan, grey or black nubs! S w a g g e r y slacks w i t h wide, bottoms! 38-43 Dresses Super Value--A Penney Scoop For Sport ,.00 For Street The kind you'd expect to'pay more for!. Hundreds of patterns. " Cut full and' roomy. Buttons that stay put. Collars that fit perfectly. SPECIAL FOR SATURDAY WASH TIES Sanforized Shrunk Solid colors! Stripes! Figures! Stunning pastels that go well with dark suits! And darker shades that pep up light suits! Long Length . . . correct shape! They knot smoothly ... keep their shape! Buy one for every day in the week. 's Tomorrow/ 100 MEN'S SUITS GIRLS' Tub Frocks! SHEERS AND PRINTS S9c Fast color, all new s t y l e s , sleeveless. It is cheaper to buy these than.; to make them}* ^ Sizes 1 to 12pir ... ~~^= r ^ '* * w v FOR HOT WEATHER Jimmies Made of washable seersucker with shoulder straps that buckle. Cuff bottoms. Sizes 2 to 10 years. For j Saturday-- You'll want several of these at such a low- price. Sunday night, street and afternoon types. Puffed sleeves--all the latest style features. All sizes!--Balcony Floor. WASH CLOTHS-Terry cloth. Fancy borders. A value smash, 3 for ' MUSLIN-A good grade of brown muslin. Buy plenty. Yard SEERSUCKER PLAY SUITS-Just the thing for play. Easily washed. Sizes 2 to 8 WHITE PURSES-A closeout. Slightly soiled. These are out of our 49c and 9Sc lines. A buy.. HARVEST HATS-Men's and boys' sizes ATHLETIC UNION SUITS-Of Nainsook. Reinforced bade, taped shoulders. Sizes 36 to 46 LADIES' SERVICE HOSE-Made of fine combed yarn. For Saturday, pair MEN'S Wash Pants of 8 oz. white Duck-- Sanfor- ized shrunk. Full cut-- a buy! Men's Oxfords $1.98 Regulars--Stouts--Slims For young men and older men. Blues, greys, browns. Tweeds, worsteds and cassimers. A sensational group for Saturday. DON'T PUT IT OFF. BUY YOUR NEW SUIT SATURDAY ATTENTION! WE HAVE 20 MEN'S TOPCOATS IN TWEEDS, GREYS AND TANS. NEW SPRING STYLES, BELTED BACKS. FOR SATURDAY--$10. RAYON Shirts-- Shorts For Men! 3 FOR 31 Run resist rayon. W h i t e s , , colors . . . All sizes. T h i s value w o n't last, so be here early. MEN'S Work Gloves | S t a u n c h l y ! s e w n . B e s 11 grade flannel. [ B l u e k n i t wrist. Full cut! Wear Resisting Leather insoles. C o m p o s ition outsoles. A fine shoe at a low price. For Sat- l urday. Children's Straps Patent Leather: 9Sc Leather Soles! Full.lined to save hose wear. 8'/4 to 2. For Saturday. Work Shoes Leather Soles $1.9S Chocolate re- tan leather in a semi soft fctoe cap style. 'Great value! Sizes 6 to 11. BOYS' Work Shirts What! Only 29c Made of good sturdy cham-1 bray. A sell-out price--so come really early! SATURDAY, MAY 5th JC. Penney Co. me.

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