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Ts^8BasaÂ«u_ MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, MARCH 18 Â· 1937 FIVE WELCOME TEACHERS New Accessories At D A M O N ' S Inspire Spring Ensembles! fTM W ar Â°Â«TM1 the ^ner . . . so park your haughty mood . . . put your air of langmd elegance in storage. Get a fresh start for this glorious season at DAMON'S, fashions have never been lovelier . . . more picturesque for this romantic Spring! vom ne^^h^f' t0 PlCaSe yOU1 ' Sel f Â«d find.flatterine fashions here! Starting^"*! 1 oui newest hankie . . . we are ready to deck you out in fashions that spell Springtime freshness. This spring you want to be ethereal, yet not lose one whit of sophistication. This spring--for your suit--you will want a blouse of lace, or georgette . . . or a tailored yet feminine one of. linen. Let gay flowers, purse and gloves complete the picture of allure you present as you step into the Easter fashion parade. New Store Hours 9 A. M. to 5:30 P.M. anity- Cases 59 C aiid up Novelty enameled compacts in a large price range . . . enameled - to match your Easter ensemble. Single and triple compacts in new novelty shapes and designs you want. 'Postscript" H 0 S E 74 C Easter Slip Special! Bryn Mawr" Pure Silk SLIPS Regular co QP; .pÂ£j.j7i.) Values $r 84 Â· Pure dye pure silk crepe Â· Lock-stitched, never rip seams Â· Shadow proof panels Â· Adjustable straps Â· Guaranteed to satisfy ! Â· Sizes 34 to 44 SECOND FLOOR SPECIALLY PKICED The New Blouses Are Enticing! Ljnensf Lace! Silks! Ceorgeite! Pair Regularly 51.15 Here is an Easter special in hosiery you seldom find! Ringless 3 thread chiffon, tissue- sheer, splashproof hosiery in all the latest spring shades . . . buy three pairs at $2.07. For your Easter suit, see our new collection of blouses Uiarmmg prints, bright linens, tailored classics, lovely sheers . . . styles for every occasion and every individual need . . . we have every type blouse you could possiblv think of, and you will actually find it difficult to select the one you want from such a large collection Kayser GLOVES $1.00 G l o v e s are important in fashion this spring! In these beautiful.Kayser colored fabrics, they show new cuffs . . . intricate stitchings . . . clever trimmings. Match or contrast your gloves to your bag. Buy them for every costume! Colorful HANDKERCHIEFS I0c Colorful prints and fancy appliqued white linen handkerchiefs for your Easter ensemble. Also ideal for special Easter gifts. See these lovely hankies at this low price. New Leather BELTS LOO ^ *y .Â£?_ iSv^v r-fj "? Bright PURSES and up Accent your costume with the right bag . . . let it be bright! Tophandles, pouches and many smart shapes. Beautifully fitted. N a v y , beige and Bright shades. All popular styles. Frothy NECKWEAR Newest Spring SCARFS $1.00 and up The styles in belts this Spring are either narrow or 3 inch widths ... in genuine leather or in bright patent leather. The narrow belts are especially recommended for two piece tailored suits, whereas the wide patent leather belts are just what you've wanted for gay printed dresses. You will want to see these outstanding styles. McCallum HOSIERY. and Triangles and ascot scarfs in plain and printed silks and satins. These bright colorful scarfs add just that special touch needed to complete your ensemble. See the novelty printed scarfs especially. The designs are clever and most flattering. .35 Pair Whatever your hosiery requirements may be, see the lovely 2 thread and 3 thread chiffon McCallum hose first. There are all the desirable spring shades for every color ensemble . . . guaranteed fashion leaders in the 1937 Easter Parade. Shining Gold Necklaces $100 .00 Evening H O S E A froth oC frilly neckwear makes your suit feminine! Large choice of spring styles. Costume J E W E L R Y Pair McCallum 2 thread evening hose with the special sandal foot so much in demand. These hose come in the ever popular Evenglo shade only. Beautiful gold necklaces are still in vogue whether worn with a sweater or with a dressy afternoon or evening ensemble. See these necklaces and other jewelry articles m l our accessory department tomorrow. Boutonm'eres up Small boutonnieres for your suit lapels, frilly garden flowers for your dress, or large flowers for your evening dress A Large Variety of PERFUME Most every desirahle brand priced at-- Smart women have scads of it! Real stone jewelry in bracelets, clips and necklaces. MAIN FLOOR Damon's A Dram and up Better perfumes such as: Shalimar, Reflexions, Christmas Night, Surrender, Miracle, Shanghai, Gardenia, Tweed and many others. KRATZTOG1VE LECTURE ON ART To Present "Life of Christ'* m Pictures at Clear. Lake Church. The Rev. J. Lee Lewis, pastor of (he First Baptist church oÂ£ Mason C:ty will give a devotional talk nl the service at the Clear Lake high school Friday evening. His subject will be "Your Lile As a Picture of Jesus." The scripture find prayer will be read by the Rev. Homer E. Blough, pastov of the Clear Lake Congregational church. The meeting is sponsored by the; Clear Lake Church of Christ. D. L. Kratr, pastor oÂ£ the Clear Lake and Mason City Churches oÂ£ Christ, will present a lecture on "The Life of Christ as Told by the Great Artists." Colored reproductions of 27 of the old masterpieces of art will be shown by means of: a stereopticon projector. The pictures are chosen to represent the essential incidents in in the life, ministry and death oÂ£ Christ and arc all products of famous painters. Among those shown will be Rubens' "The Descent from the Cross," Lerolle's, "The Arrival in Bethany," Munc- kacsy's "Christ on Calvary" and Hoffman's "Christ in the Garden." Mr. Kratz will interpret each picture and relate the Scriptural narrative from which the scene is taken. The service will be opened with, a song service led by Mrs. R. E. Prusia ot Mason City. The songs used will be put on the screen, by means of the stereopticon projector. Special music will include a whistling solo by Miss Zilpby Lon| of Clear Lake. There will be no admission charge. An offering yill be taken for expenses of the service. Children and older people alike have been invited to attend. It is intended by those planning the service that it will contribute greatly to the proper observance ot Easter and the Holy Week. The service will begin at 7:30 p. m. Friday evening. Supervisors Are Not Entitled to Expenses at Des Moines Meet DES MOJNES, (IP)--Atty. Gen. John H. Mitchell's office has Â· mled t h a t boards of supervisors are not entitled to per diem, mileage and expenses while attending a meeting in DCS Moines to discuss a proposed farm-to- market road bill. The opinion, requested by C. W. Storms, auditor of state, was prepared by Assistant Atty. Gen." N. S. Genung. Â· ' " Â· Â· " In another opinion, written by Gibson C. Holliday, special assistant attorney general, the office held that a person who comes of age during the year is not liable for poll tax during that year. The opinion had been requested. by Carl F. Conway, county attorney at Osage. "Only those msle persons who are twenty-one and under forty- five as oÂ£ Jan. 1 are subject to the levy," Holliday ruled. Responding to a query from Senator Frank E. Ellis of Maquo- kcta, the attorney general said it is possible for the Maquokota Valley Rural Electrification association to join with associations in Clinton, Dubuque and Jones counties. The extent to which it would retain its identity would be a matter of contract between the associations as established in the articles of incorporation, the opinion said. . Iowa Seeks Help in Halting Evasion of State Tax on Sales DES MOINES, (/P)--The Iowa house of representatives appealed to the national congress Wednesday to aid Iowa in halting shies tax evasions. A resolution adopted without opposition memorializes cnngre.ss to permit the enactment of legislation to stop such tax losses by permitting the levy of a tax on interstate transactions. The resolution stressed the fact that Iowa is the loser particularly because of the many business transactions between its citizens and border states not levying a sales tax. I Another resolution a d o p t e d urges congress to take immediate steps on a wide scale to eradicate noxious weeds. Stuck-in-the-Mud Striker Gives Up Battle for Paving JOLIET, 111., W)--Frank Peler- lin went homo Tuesday, defeated, but May street mud still held his ear. The stuck-in-the-mud striker, disgusted and weary, gave up his battle to hni'e May street paved after the ctiy council refused lo act. He had slept, eaten, shaved and bathed in his sedan since March 8 when the car bogged down in the mire. He declared he would remain "on the sit" until the city repaired Jhe street on which he lived. The city council, however, ignored his demands. Auxiliary Has Meeting-. CALMAR--The members of'the American Legion Auxiliary met at the hnme of Mrs. Emil Buck Tuesday afternoon lo sew carpet rags which will be sent to the veterans; hospital at Knoxville.