Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on March 29, 1939 · Page 18
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 18

Mason City, Iowa
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Wednesday, March 29, 1939
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60 ELIGIBLE TO Built to Go--and to Look the Part ENTER CLINIC Medical Event Will Be Held in Garner CD.A.HallApriU GARNER--Sixty residents of Hancock county are eligible to enter an X-ray clinic which will be held in the C. D. of A. hall here Tuesday, April 4, according to an announcement made by Miss Edith May, registered nurse, who has completed a case-finding tuberculosis survey in this county. Miss May said the X-ray clinic is a step of major importance in the discovery of early cases of tuberculosis. Her calls were made in homes where cases of tuberculosis ' have been reported within recent years. Persons eligible for the clinic have been given preliminary examinations by physicians of the county. Co-operating in staging the event are the Hancock County Medical society, the county Christmas seal committee, jhe state department of health, the Iowa Tuberculosis association and the Hancock County Tuberculosis association. GLOBE-GAZETTE WEDNESDAY, MARCH 29, 1939 SELLS LUMBER YARD DUMONT -- Edwin E. Brown sold his lumber yard Monday to a Mr. Ellis from Vinlon and will give possession April 1. New Costume Jewelry » lockets · bracelets · rings · clips · pins · cameos ALL FOR ·OO WATCHES DIAMONDS 3 WEST STATE Studebaker Invades Lowest Priced Field With New Car New Model Displayed · at North Iowa Motor Company Showrooms invaded the Studebaker has lowest price field. Often rumored, this move by , y the country's oldest manufacturer of transportation, wa s confirmed here Wednesday, when the new Studebakei- Champion. was introduced to the public at the vhow- rooms of the North Iowa Motor company at 520 North Federal avenue. The new Studebaker is a six and Us delivered price here places it in direct competition with the very lowest priced cars. In addition to its low price, the new Studebaker lias merits of comfort, performance, economy and appearance that, according to George Sauci-berg, augur for popular acceptance by the public. 'This new Studebaker is a new type of automobile,'.' said Mr Sauerberg. : It has everything that the other full-sized automobiles possess, except useless weight It weighs about 600 pounds less because Sludebaker engineers"have designed a new car, starting from scratch, and by use of new materials and advanced design have taken out the unnecessary heft that gives nothing but added expense of operation. Styled by Locwy Limited, a score of !\ T ew York World's fair buildings and many other modern productions such as steamships, airplanes and furniture. The Champion has a general resemblance to the Studebaker line of Commanders and Presidents, yet it distinctly is new and has personality of its.own. The Champion will be produced in custom and deluxe editions and there will be three body models in each, a four-door cruising sedan, a two-door club sedau and a coupe. The car has an overall length of I8ofs inches. Wheelbase h a s passed out of the picture during recent years, due to the advances in chassis designing, independent front wheel suspension, shock absorbers and seat positioning. The piston displacement of the Champion is 164.3 cubic inches. Bore and stroke ave 3 inches by J ' s inches. The six-cylinder L- head power plant delivers 78 horsepower and the taxable horsepower is 21.6. Compression ratio is 6.5 to 1. Has Overdrive The Champion brings overdrive and its economical factors to the lowest price field for the first time, this device being available at extra cost on all models. Stude- bakei-'s now famous independent planar front wheel suspension has been improved upon the Champion and comes as standard on all frame of this car is said to be the stiffest and strongest per pound, of any frame ever adopted by Studebaker. Brakes are hydraulic, the parking brake being a separate manual unit operating rear brakes mechanically. Steering post shift is standard equipment. Variable ratio steering also is standard In addition the chassis has many other attractive features, such as self-sealing and self-lubricating w a t e r pump, semi-automatic choice, high-output voltage controlled generator with the. buttery 16 OF GARNER ENTER CONTEST Plan Participation in Sub-District at Cleat- Lake 2 Days GARNER--Garnet- high school will hare 16 entries in a sub-district music contest Friday and Saturday of this week at Clear Lake, according to announcements made by Miss Evelyn Wadsworth, vocal music director, and Don O. Anderson, instrumental music director in the Garner public schools. Representing Garner in instrumental competitions will be the concert band; Bethel Pollock, baritone, soloist; Shirley Rice, tiom- jone soloist; a brass sextet com- josed oE Shirley Rice. John Sum- aalle, Mary Jane Lukas, Dean ICloock, Bethel Pollock and Merlyn Upmeyer; and possibly a saxophone quartet composed of Shir- .ey Blair, Patty Bethke, Alvii-a Kollatz and Bernice Quintus. Vocal entries will include the nixed chorus, boys' glee club, nixed quartet, girls' sextet, boys' quartet and girls' glee club as well as these soloists: JoAnn Mertz Belhel Pollock, Jean Phillips, Lc- ·oy Barlow and Merlyn Upmeyer. Go to Minneapolis PHOT1VIN--C. W. Chyle and L. r . Novak went to Minneapolis lot- he weekend. Progressive Club of Luverne Meets in Chapman Home LUVEHNE--T h e Progressive club met Monday evening with Airs. I. H. Chapman. Two papers were given on opera. Mrs. D. H. Wermerson's subject was '-'Opera Siars of America" and Miss Harriet Beatty's subject was "Stories of Famous Operas." Four fifth and sixth grade girls under the direction of Miss Laudne Olson sang two numbers. A tray lunch was served by the hostess. The next meeting will be April 17 at the home of Miss Consuelo Hanna. Twenty-five per cent of all grade one" farm land of Die United States is within 250 miles of the center of Iowa. Belmond Club Feted by Former Member BELMOND--Mrs. Frank Snydei- of Iron Mountain, Mich., who is visiting relatives in Belmorid, entertained members of the Priscilla club Wednesday afternoon at the home of her sister, Mrs. E 1', Bailey. Mrs. Snyder, a former resident of Belmond, was a member of the Priscilla club for many years. . MRS. WILCOX IS-HONORED DUMONT -- Mrs. Icea Wilcox, former postmaster who is visitin" here from Webster City, was guest of honor Monday afternoon at the Will Brandenburg home when she and Mrs. Will Ufford entertained 13 ladies of the adult Sunday school, class of the Methodist church. Games were played and refreshments were served. Buffalo Center Man in Army Transferred to Philippine Post BUFFALO CENTER--Afrs. Nella Grothaus received a cablegram from her son, Lieut. Donald Grothaus, that he and his wife arrived at Fort Stotsenburg, Pamanga, Philippine Islands, March 24 after a month's voyage from San Francisco, Cal. Enroute they stopped at Honolulu, the Midway "islands and Guam. The lieutenant is with the 115th field artillery and was transferred from Fort Sam Houston, Tex., to the Philippine Islands. Seventy-five per cent of all ·'grade one" farm land of the United States is within 250 miles ot the center of Iowa. located beneath the hood, lubri- cationless rear spring shackles and generous overlapping connecting rod and main bearings. Hypoid rear axle lowers rear seat floor. Studcbaker's famous hill holder is available on all Champion models. --· 1 ^H^i^iHiiiiBitiiiiiiiii,,,,. Studebaker invades the lowest price field! (ZMe ca£ faanewawt$/S f^ THE NEW .STUDEBAKER CHAMPION . Safest, strongest car in ibe lowest price field! Brilliant team mate of Studebakei's Commander and President! S TUDEBAKER invites you --and c»cry other discriminating motorist in America-lo see and drive this remarkable new Champion, the most important newcar in 1O years! Now, at last, in this Cliam- pion.youenjoy tlic prcstigcand satisfaction of o w n i n g a gcna- incStudcbakcr. without paying more than a lowest price! You operate this Champion on 10% to 25J3 ! gasoline than other leading minimum cost cars! You drive a motor car that's a Champion in face and in name, . - t h e bcst-loofc- tng, b e s t - b u i l t tar a s m a l i amount of money ever bought! R a y m o n d Loewy, k i n g of modern designers, stylca this new Champion to perfection! Quality materials and expert S i u d e b a k t r w o r k m a n s h i p k e e p i t r u n n i n g s m o o t h l v ! Its low price includes . . . Studcbskcr's self-stabilizing planar wheel suspension -Studebaker's steering -wheel gear shift lever--Studcbaker's new-type frame and reinforced steel body! Come, go for a drive! Tome in today! See and drive this new Studebaker Champion! Watch how wo ncn go for its smartness and how everyone remarks upon its roomy comfort! The biggest thrill in the world is to own a Champion! Low down payment. Easy C.I.T. terms. NORTH IOWA MOTOR CO. 520 North Federal AYE. Mason City, Iowa IT GOLD WctMs Cjiedfat Wuef liki , DINNERWARE P*s« S, 1 A DOWN Y A WEEK m 1t/e a/ie ··a * ^ I t I I r r ' F , an To present the "LADY WINDSOR" Dinnerware ensemble of 110 pieces -- a lull service -for 8 -- with matched initial: on. all. pieces, at this unheard of low price. We never dreamed that rhis was possible. The dinnerware and glassware are trimmed with 22-karat gold, and the silver. ware is of pure Sterling silver plate on 18% nickel silver base and engraved -- all with Your own initial. Pay no money down. Buy on our easy payment plan. Only 25c a weelc. Ti-e :.'.· foi::jiit- 44-Pc. Initiated Dinntrwor. . 22-Korot Gold Trim:' 8 dinner pUtts 8 , 0 i,p plales 8 cups - 8 saucers I vegetable d;,S a bread tad fauil.r plain ! p| a lt«r 1 """" I sugar bowl r d covts 3Z-Pc. Initioled Glqsswart - 22-Koro» Gold Trim- 8 ,« ,.._ gl.sse, s ,,,,, |imt · S fru.l |U:cc ,!«,« e drinV s [ p p t r ] 3-Pc. Inifialrd Silverware . Sterling Silvtr P!ot« on 18°i Nickel Silver Boi«: 8 kniv.i - stainless steel blades 8 , 0 up spoons , "' r I s U9 ar shell MIER WOLF SONS MAIL THIS COUPON TODAY' «««. lend m. tlO-pt,« Hamilton R 0!S Sfr«, m i; n , L , dy I Windsor Omnerware tnscmbli. I «g;i, f o pjj-25c a weel | Pfint Nam« Pcint Addreis C[|, Print Initial | |

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