The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on April 2, 1931 · Page 12
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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 12

Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, April 2, 1931
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if^^.i^^i.^f. ~~,,,..*y.-z=---TT--· --^- ^-^^.-·- ·'.·".·· · · . . · . - - · · v . l * " , , 12 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE APRIL 2 1931 Easter Slioe StylesJM?! » . . -- * i, of Tnoney savhiq prices toODistincttve Styles All the elegance and beauty of a Style Queen . . . these beautiful Spring Styles will enhance your Easter ensemble. Never has Tradehome offered such an array of beautiful shoes at such attractive prices. f ' dozens of s SAVE ON EVERY BUR *--' READ THE GLOBE-GAZETTE WANT ADS--IT PAYS! RAPID DRYING WEATHER PROOF SPAR VARNISH FOR EXTERIOR -- INTERIOR FLOORS $1.96 PER QUART PER GALLON This Is An Unusual Offer Made to Acquaint You With Rogers High Grade Varnishes PAINT DEMONSTRATION Mr. Wyman, Master Painter and Decorator from the Rogers Factory,^vill be at this store Friday and Saturday to instruct you in interior decorating and color combinaions. Mason City Hardware Co. Owned and Operated by Your Neighbor . . . Don McPeak PHONE 948-949 27 East state OBSERVES BIRTHDAY BOCKFORD, April 2.--William Snyder, one of Rockford's oldest ciitzens and one of- the two surviving 'Civil war veterans, celebrated his eighty- second birthday. He ivas guest of honor at a cluinev given by his son, Clarence and family. Out of town guests were his son and wife, Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Snyder, and granddaughter, Sirs. Arlo Murchanfi and son, Dean, Waterloo, another granddaughter, Miss Charlotte Johnson, Mason City, and Miss Eve-~ lyn Masher of West Concord, Minn. James Wells Is Fined $ 100 at Justice Court James'Wells, Mason City, was fined 5100 and costs on a charge of illegal possession of intoxicatinj liquor improperly labeled when he appeared before Justice of the Peace M. C. Coughlon Thursday forenoon. Because he did not supply the fins he started a 30 day sentence in the county jail. He was arrested Wednesday. MRS. CONAN DOYLE HAS MESSAGE FROM HUSBAND'S SPIRIT LONDON, April 2. (.«--Lady Conan Doyle told the Associated Press today she had been in communication "recently" with Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, spiritualist leader, who died in July, 1930. "Everybody is amazed by the 100 per cent proofs," she said, "because the evidence is very valuable, the one making the best offers buys it. Any "fool can see'it is genuine' in light of the evidence." Bank Transfers Much Without Hindrance TORONTO, Ont., April 2. (UP)-Officers of the Canadian Bank of Commerce can breathe easier, now that the bank's millions of dollars worth of gold bullion, cash, securities, and valuable contents of safety deposit vaults have been stowed away in the deep-hidden cellars of its new main office. With completion of the new 34- story bank and office building', bank officials made elaborate plans for the transfer of the bank's treasure. The moving took place recently, but so unobtrusively that few persons except those directly connected with the transfer knew of it. Chicago Man's Death Cause to Be Settled by Study of Organs CHICAGO, April 2. #)--An examination of the internal organs of Frank B. Gorman, who was once employed as a messenger in the United States senate at Washington, Is planned in an effort to clear un the mystery o f ' h i s death. He died Tuesday night. Doctors said his skull and shouldei were fractured and the police reported they were unable to determine if he had been beaten or had fallen while Intoxicated.. French to Observe "Week for America" PARIS, April 2. (UP)--"American Week" will be observed from June 28 to July 4 at the International Colonial exposition. A series of Franco-American fetes are being planned that will center around the replica of Mount Vernon, already erected in the Bols de Vincennes. A pageant, reproducing Lafayette's historical visit to Mount Vernon, will'be staged, with famous actors participating. One of the participants will be Miss Ann Morgan Washington, daughter of Lawrence Washington, last of the name born at Mount Vernon, and a direct descendant of John Augustine Washington. She has been named by C. Bascom Slemp, American commissioner, to superintend the furnishing of the United States building. The aim of the pageant will be to emphasize the historic friendship that binds the French and American republics. WATTS SUES FOR OVERPAYMENTS Four Farmers.Defendants in Actions Filed by Former Lake Manager. Four actions were filed in the district court Thursday afternoon by C. C. Watts, former manager of the Clear Lake Co-Operative Livestock Shipping association, asking judgment for alleged overpayments made on hogs. The petitions, filed by Mr. Watts' attorney, H. J. Bryant, allege that Mr. Watts was assigned this overpayment by the association. An action against H. J. Steece ·xlleges the defendant on March 12, 1927, sold 16 hogs to the Clear Lake association for 5375.70. Thru an error Mr. Steece was paid $572.07. an overpayment of §196.37, according, to Mr. Watts. Jay Wescott is named as the defendant in a similar action hrot by Mr. Watts, who alleged-that on Dec. 11, 1926, Mr. Wes'tcott sold 10 hogs for $286.66 and was given an advance payment of 520. an offset for which was not made on the final payment. Mr. Watts -alleges further that he paid Mr. Westcott $10 too much for 10 hogs sold on March-3. 1927. and 575 too much for Some of the newly consolidated banks of New York refrain froiti calling their vice presidents togelli er during business hours. Peopii: might fear there was a ran on thi; bank.--Washington Tost. hogs sold Oct. 18, 1928, making ?105 i n all. . . . . . . Mr. Watts also asks $105 from Charles Flndson, claiming there was an overpayment of $100 on nine hogs sold Jan. 31, 1926 and $5 too much paid on a calf sold Dec. 16, 1926. F. A. Rich and Ed Heitland are named as defendant? in an action of the same character asking judgment for' $116.01, which, according to, Mr. Watts, constitutes an overpayment on 28 hogs sold Nov. 13, 1929. Modem Woodmen Who Oppose New Methods Will Be Given Chance. SPRINGFIELD, 111., April 2. UP)-Protesting Modern Woodmen of Am erica'will have a chance to present their grievances against the head camp before an insurance subcommittee of the Illinois legislature Saturday April 11, at a meeting in the county building in Chicago. The committee will consider Representative Frank A. McCarthy's resolution asking for an investigation of fraternal insurance laws and practices. Later the committee will go to Rock Island where the head camp offices of the Woodmen are located. Paris style experts predict tuu early return of crinoline and the bustle. While not especially crinoline-conscious, American merchants FORMAL MURDER CHARGE IS FILED Risk Accused of Death of Fort Dodge Man in Holdup. FORT DODGE, April 2. UP)--A formal charge of njurder was filed here today against Harold Risk, 26, in connection with the death of Leo Ebson, Duncombe filling station owner, in a holdup last December 29. Risk is being held at Webster City on a charge of driving an automobile bearing stolen license plates. H9 will be brot here for arraignment today or Friday, State Agent Myron Tullar said. Risk's connection with the slaying was established. Tullar said, by the stolen car and license plates in his possession. The car was Identified, Tullar said, as the one driven by Ebson's slayer, and the license plates were reported to tally with those on the murder's car. Risk escaped from the state prison farm at Clive in . December, 1929, Tullar said, was living at Stratford near here, at the time of the slaying. are agreed that for business' sake there \can't be too much bustle.-Chicago News. 22 Hi-Y Members Go to Charles City as Guests at Program Twenty-two members of the local Hi-Y club went to Charles City Wednesday night to be guests of the Charles City Hi-Y members. Frank Currie and Kvron M. Karges accompanied the boys. Robert Rankin of Mason City had charge of the devotions. Dr. L. B. Fallingwath.Charles City, spoke on bis experience in hunting- Rocky Mountain lions. After the program the boys enjoyed basketball, swimming and bowling. The supper before the program was served as an April fool stunt. Funeral Services Held for Mrs. G. L. Emmert Funeral services for Mrs. G. L. Emmert, who lived about three miles east of town, were held at the Alliance tabernacle Thursday afternoon. A short service at the Patterson funeral home preceded the service at the church. The Rev. P. A. Schmidt was irf. charge. He was assisted by the Rev* P. W. Pfaltzgraff. A quartet consisting of tbe^ Rev. Mr. Schmidt, Mrs. Schmidt, and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Williams sang. Pallbearers weqe John Wilcox, Frank Hofler, C. W. Pippert, Frank Krause, S. C. Hill and C. E. Sweet. Quality, Style, Service . Facts Only-Truth Always theory is that in the final analysis the customer, and the customer only, determines- whether this store's merchandise, prices, advertising policies, service and displays are satisfactory. We must submit each and every factor of this store to the scrutiny of the women who pay the money and use the goods. Since the number of customers being served is increasing steadily until today twice as many women visit our store every day as did three years ago, we reason ^that the word has gone out, that Manley's is a good place to trade. With that great silent vote of confidence we justify,the assertion that no customer coming to Mason City can afford to buy before they see what Manley's have to 'offer. /~\UK stocks were never in better shape to supply your wants than now. Hundreds of Spring silk dresses, coats, wool knit suits, · silk and cotton blouses on the second floor await your approval. As for style and quality they are superb and the prices are so very reasonable the inexperienced buyer sometimes doubts the quality. You can outfit a family of girls for less than $100.00. ACCESSORIES FOR SPRING 1931 Match Your Costume Jewelry--To Your New Spring Frock! A variety of smart new jewelry featuring crystals, clever metal effects, sm'art opaque necklaces in Piatachii, green, black and white coral and Basque blue at Sl.OO. Chlffoani by Gordon -- A stocking of a new character. Colors to interpret the mood and individuality of everyone. Perfect harmony on the street, at the country club, on the terrace or for the formal afternoon or evening at $1.35, $1.65 nnd $3.00. Kid Gloves for Spring and Summer--new longer length gloves, in white beige, mode, black and grey at $1.95 to $5.50. Scarfs--New Ascot and Tubular styles in stripes, plaids and paisley at $1 and $1.95. Kayser Gloves-New six button lengths of washable leatherette in beige, white, . or eggshell at-$1.00, $1.50 and $1.75 Step Out In MILLINERY n° Easter \ Style For Featured For Friday and Saturday w $yjo Snap out of the dull conservatism of winter into lithesome new footwear for spring! We have caught the spirit of youth and offer you these much desired and much wanted styles. MANY MODELS TO CHOOSE FROM to For you with long hair. Hats as smart as those of your bobbed hair sister. Youthful, large head sizes. The Watteau with flower trimmings. Profile and many other styles featured. We've never found such adorable shapes and styles to sell at these prices before! You'll love the way they flatter you and the smart touches you rarely find on Hats at these exceptionally low prices. And every line, material and trim is new as tomorrow' YOUR NEW SPRING HAT IS HERE

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