The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on March 19, 1937 · Page 3
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March 19, 1937

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 3

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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, MARCH 19 · 1937 THREE AUTO STRIKES TRAIN; WRECKED palter Ambroson, Leland, Suffers Minor Bruises m Accident. LELAND--Walter Ambroson Buffered only minor, bruises but his car was wrecked about 9 o'clock Thursday night when it struck an M. and St. L. freight train. The accident occurred where the paving crosses the railroad track at an angle. The train Was struck near the caboose. Mr. Ambroson, about 37, was driving a 1936 Chevrolet. Several Give Talks · at Clayton County Legion, Auxiliary ELKADER--Mrs. Myrtle Siverling, district committeewoman o£ the American Legion Auxiliary, Miss Alda Paye of Osage, Americanism director; L. L. Raymond of Mason City, junior baseball director, and W. Earl Hall, state Safely Council president, spoke at the Clayton county meeting of the American Legion and Auxiliary here Thursday night. Mrs. Siverling announced the annual fourth AUTOMOBILE DEATHS ... DURING JANUARY 1937 __^ As compared with January 19 3 e -INCREASED IN is STATET DECREASED IN 10 STATESJ r (NO DATA ON HAND FROM 29 STATES)-^ district convention of the Legion and Auxiliary will be held at Northwood Monday, April .26. Superintendent's Salary Raised. HAYFIELD--At a recent meeting of the board of education, Charles W. North who is serving his first year as superintendent o£ the consolidated school was reelected for the coming year at an increase in salary. Demand Correct Fit'. Shoes mat are lilted improperly, are dangerous to growing feet and may lead to fooi deformity! Protect your child's feet by having them correctly fitted by Kinney's qualified foot-fitting experts. Easfer Sfyfes in EDUCATOR SHOES STRAPS' OXFORDS! EDUCATOR SHOES keep feet Normal! Did youlnow that 75% of school children have "Weak Foo»"? This ii the stage preceding "Ftat Fool." Take no chances with your ch!M» Insist on Educator S h o o s -- T S a y l o t { « e t g r o w itraight and strong. CHILDREN'S STYLES with Leather Soles! Selection SMART EASTER STYLES for MISSES! Made with genuine oak bend leather outer loles! Whiles! Patents! 69 Straps-- Oxfords! Whiles-Patents! Blacks-- Browns! Mere are the latest sty!e» . . . juit like men's! They're sturdily built for rough wear! EDUCATOR SHOES SPECIAL! Boy's black leather oxfafctf in Ihe favorite wing-tip ilyla. Longwearing tolot and rubber heeli! $169 Many other styles Shut T2-(3'/i $|98 Sins I-S'/j aider Sole Leather Iruole Leather Upper; Leather Heel Lining Charles City News S3 HSM O m S3 Mason Cityans Are Judges of C o n t e s t ; 1,000 Are Competing CHARLES CITY--Approximate. 1,000 contestants will take part in ic sub district music contest which egan Friday morning in the high hool and will continue until Sat- rday evening. The piano solo and ontralto solo contests were Friday corning followed by tenor solo nd girls' glee clubs Saturday aft- ·noon. This evening more glee ubs, mixed chorus and solo roups will compete. The judges -e Mrs. J. E. Stinehart, Mrs. Mors Laird and Ruth Swingen Brose, /lason City. Miss Olive Barker, edar Falls, Clifford Bloom and rofessor Hulshizer, Des Moines, ill judge the vocal contests. Saturday morning and afternoon olo contests for players of band nstruments and chamber groups ill compete and the orchestra and ands will play in the evening. In- .lumental judges are Leopold eigl, Floyd Barnard, both of Min- eapolis and Myron Russell, Gear Falls. onia Girl Is Wed to Carl ZeJgler, Mitchell CHARLES CITY -- Miss Leona Jrown, Ionia, and Carl Zeigler, litchell, were married by the Rev. 1. G. Frottengeier in the Lutheran iarsonage Wednesday afternoon. VIr. and Mrs. Zeigler will live in litchell. Miss Dorothy Dostart, daughter f Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Dostart, 501 Richings street, and Leonard 2. Barett, son of Willard Barrett, vere married by Justice Calvin ones Wednesday evening. Miss Vlildred Popham and Donald Do- tart were the attendants. Mr. Barett is employed by the Oliver Equipment company. Win in County Contest. CHARLES CITY -- The county contest which has been in the process of elimination for a month vas decided at Colwell and the results are as follows: Oratorical, "irst, Venol Steidcl, Nora Springs; ;econd, Harold Frederick, Charles City. Humorous, first, Keith Noah, Charles City; second, Kathleen Cerlin, Rudd. Dramatic, first, Lewis Lapham, Charles City; second, Charlcne Dinsmore, Nora Springs. ' Charles City Briefs CHARLES CITY -- Mrs. Louis Zilm o f . Mason City visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Bluhm. The small daughter of Mr. and Vlrs. W. B, Fritsche fractured her eg and she was taken to the hospital to have it placed in a cast. Louis Novak, Mrs. Clem Osterman and Mae Peters of Riceville lad major operations in the Cedar Valley hospital.. Harry Studer has accepted a position with the Daylight store. He will have charge of laying linoleum and carpets. W. G. Henke, past department commander of the American Legion, was the speaker at the anniversary meeting of the Legion in Sibley. There are several cases of scarlet fever in toxvn. No serious cases have been reported. The Elks will hold their annual charity ball in the Ellis auditorium Monday, March 20, S3 ^ S3 «! M 13 ^ S3 ^ S3 HS « S3 «SH S3 is all-important when you're ready to buy your Easter wardrobe! You can feel sure that you will find here the widest collection in town of smart spring styles; tailored by Stylemor and »3 S3 OHART SCHAFFNER 0 HSM m HSM m HSM m Mrs. SchJssel Head of Garner Mission Society GARNER--The Missionary society of the local United Presby- tefian church met with Mrs. J. S. Wesson. Mrs. John Lyman gave a study on the Congo region. Officers elected for next year were: President, Mrs. C. H. Schissel; vice president, Mrs. J. S. Wesson; secretary, Mrs. William Kenyon, and treasurer, Miss Matie Pollock. Feulings Injured in Accident in Orlando NEW HAMPTON--Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Feuling of New Hampton suffered injuries Monday when their automobile was struck by B truck near Orlando, Fla. They were badly bruised and have been receiving daily medical attention there. Mr. Feuling suffered a blackened left eye. Damage to the Feuling auto amounted to S222, according to a letter that he wrote to his son, John. Feuling's auto somersaulted on a highway south of New Hampton about two months ago and 'he escaped un- RAMBLER TOPCOATS This smart, luxurious "shock-absorber" topcoat takes rain, cold and hard wear, all in stride. Keeps you warm when it's cool, dry when it rains, smartly dressed all /£· ^ f"" the time. They're an exceptionally ^Q J T fine value at Others $21.30 to $40 TRIPLE TEST WORSTEDS Thousands of men who wore these husky worsteds last lull will tell you Triple Tests are the country's lop buy. For Triple Tests have been tested three times--tor style, quality and value--and for your protection. 1 $35 GULFWEIGHT SUITS GuUwcights have all the smartness/ of year- round suits . . . but because of the gossamor- weight fabrics used, and the unusually careful tailoring, the entire s u i t weighs only 48 ounces. What a sensation! udnjr i^ui i; -$35 CHEERIO STRIPES Appeal to men accustomed to custom-tailored clothes; and the Cheerio Stripes shown here reflect the pattern trend toward a more dignified, restrained use of color in business clothes Others at 528 ami $30 I1U W ] k II Ul U $35 DISTRICT CHECKS District Checks, in some size or other, should make their appearance in your wardrobe this spring. Whether, you prefer the new, smart Scots Guard Check, or this authentic Glcnplaid, you'll find them all here. Others $23 to $30 iuw, ?,Hlu L $35 SwB (HSU !HSM BLUE RIDGE HOMESPUNS This famous hillbilly fabric is "goin 1 to town" again for Spring 1937. Its unique waffle weave duplicates the celebrated homespun suitings woven by Mrs. Hillbilly --and Blue Hidge wears like iron BUl JHSHJ »!·« IHSH! IF* Bui JHSMJ m 13 ,ten $35 13 {

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