The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on April 4, 1931 · Page 6
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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 6

Mason City, Iowa
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Saturday, April 4, 1931
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-" -·*£ "· ^- / t 5 JLST -*yr -JT ^r- BT TM IK- _ -«.-- MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE H O W W O U L D A .-WE.-HAVEr-:. . all the modern facilities for expert repairing and vulcanizing-and are confident we con please you. MULLIGAN SON 113 W, State CHOOSE TOUR NEW SPRING WARDROBE -FROM OCR FETE .SELECTION . ·'. ;· LOVELY ·\. FKOOKS--$5-^¥10--$15 CLEVER COATS A high standard of style and , ..quality always. . HOLLYWOOD; FROCKS 1st door North ol Palace Theater A N New Shipment of WELLER ART POTTERY Vases, Bowls in different sizes: Prettily decorated. tl t1fl Priced f r o m . . . . . . «p 1 to V 1U DAMON'S, Inc. "Tho Cheerful Service Store"' F U R S Fhnne your order--you can depend upon prompt Delivery aa well as tip-top quality.* We ' guarantee every ton and our prices axe right. Chapin O'Neil Coal Co. Phone 1606 302 So. Monroe -PLAY A WINNING GAME by carrying your INSURANCE in the Bankers Life Co. Bagley-Beck BIdg. Phone 308 KNESEL FOR ALL FORMS OF INSURANCE 1DGE H A N D $150.00 IN P R I Z E S Our Gift D I M ' Is replete with items. : things _ ^ 8 « fore selecting-t'l'| ?. jB I Birthday _ present ' : V't j-11 W. H. POT^TH *u ^ \ tment testing gift \\l as well Je suggest iment be- 'edding or Jeweler .ia , V M V'J ^ ~$\i ·rl] 1IJ 30% Less Than Ever Asked For Any VICTOR Michro- Sy'nchronbus RADIO Only $121 Complete and Installed Easy Terms V A W rib MUSIC 4 V W L , E i COMPANY ARE .YOU GOING TO PAPER YOUR HOME? If so we ask the opportunity of showing you the charming colors and patterns In Wall Paper which have recently arrived. You'll find just the right thing in our extensive showing. Manning Bros. S2 E. Slate Phone 030 OF ASHES TO THE TON FIRESIDE FUEL CO. Phone 888 Before It's Too Late FREE Bridge Score Pads can be obtained at'our office, fifth floor First National Bank Bldg. No obligation. G. S. AYERY SON THE INSURANCE SERVICE PHONE 857 3 STYLISH Sea Sand KID PUMPS and SLIPPERS $3.98 J. C. PENNEY CO. 20-24 S. I''cilernl Ave. $1~ A * Lawn Pottery Will Greatly Improve the Appearance of your Property. New Bird Baths just arrived-$4.95 to $9.75 Currie-Van Ness Co. 11 N. Federal Avo. Phono 17 * V Storage--Cleaning--Repairing Refining*--Remodeling * M A R S H A L L SW ;nf '·'VJ-Iy T, I n c CLEANERS FURRIERS P H O N E 788 or 789 Brown and Red Fox Scarfs $35.00 to $65.0O F U R DIVING ROOM SUITES We have one of tie largest displays of high grade living room suites in northern .Iowa. Our siiites embody only the, best of construction and style details. Tyler-Ryan Furniture Co. ·' '213 North Federal YOU CAN AFFORD SEVERAL NEW DRESSES this spring ana choose just the kind you want (tl C at only ,. 114 North Federal m;ilb IS VALUE-New Salts--New Top Coats. ' - ' ' New Styles--New Material.' \\ could lm'« mntk'e d .(hem 533 but vre didn't --they arc $33.50. Harvey Bros. "ED" FINNEGAN, Prop. 104 South Federal « SERVE ·LUXUS ICE CREAM for EASTER s Special Molds and Flavors Phone 115-116 E. B. HIGLEY CO. CALL PUTH FLtraiBiNo HEATING J. C. Puth Co. PHONE 989 MASON CITY'S OLDEST BEAUTY SHOP -- ALWAYS THE NEWEST IN BEAUTY CULTURE . Myer's Phone 819 BEAUTS SALON 7 S. Delaware /, - t I independent ii PHONE DIXIE GEM ] . COAL ;· is THE I ' IDEAL [ -FUEL ! GRAIN iFDEIi CO. !»,: Champlin Gas for Power CHAMPLIN OF IOWA New Arrivals in SPRING COATS ON SALE MONDAY MORNING AT $11 , $17 $27 STERLING FREIGHT SERVICE MASON CITY CLEAR LAKE RAILROAD COMPANV Lv. Mason City i Lv. Clear Lake 7:50 a. m. (i:SO n. m. 1:50 p. m. 1 11:00 a. m. Light packago service, may be sent on regular passenger cars. Mason City and Clear Lake Railroad Co. SPECIAL PURCHASES SPRING COATS DRESSES For After Easter Selling New York Fashion Shop 15 S. Federal Ave. HERE GILDNEITS "LITTLE G E R M A N BA First National Bank Mason City Affiliated With Northwest Bancorporation HOUSE CLEANING TIME! Lot us relievo you of Your Baking Worries. Fine Pastries, Cukes, Kolls, etc., made with the purest o[ ingredients. PURITY BAKERY 216 South Federal Phone 8« FROM W-M-T F R I D A Y AT IT'S PHONE IDEAL AMERICAN LAUNDRY JUST RECEIVED! New Spring Stock! ,G'OX F E Q U I P M E N T Don't Pass Us--BUY! SEARS ROEBUCK CO. I*t TJs Demonstrate , the new INTERNATIONAL MOTOR TRUCKS You'll Be Amazed Sales and Service 23 Sixth St. S. E. Phono 19-20 6 PAPER NAPKINS DOZEN . . . 5c AND UP Use Napkins thnt match your color scheme and table covers. See our window display of Napkins, Paper Doilies and Shelf Papers. Yelland Hanes U-13 K. Slnto St. 1-hono 00 CIGARETS 15c ALL BRANDS, 20c SIZE SAM RAIZES DEPARTMENT STORE Open Eventogs 215 S. Federal Phone 434 hone 955 For Pine Building- Materials MASON tu-i't Builders Supply Co. 221 Seventh Street N. E. We carry the gi of NORTHRUP, i| Seeds. Use VIS plants, garden 1 1 pfcgs. to 100 Ib. V 1 a complete s t o tools. I Boomhower-t .M 113 N. Fed. Avo-V, , _ . . _ · - . _ *H Opportunities Are Offered Every lldcn Time jkteea line . 1 and CO. , f p on. your ft lawn -- lOc !y. We have i] of garden thone 142 w. G. BLOCK Co. HEATO COAL CLEAN AND BOOTLESS $9.50 V^W^ ^C^ HAVE SUNDAY DINNER AT THE RAINBOW CAFE 120 North Federal You'll enjoy the clean, pleasant surroundings, t h e appetizing 1 menus and the wholesome food. 85c OUB HIGHEST PHICE 6 There is only ono place in Mason City 'where you can have your silk hose mended and runners rcknit. That place is The Merkel Co. * ** Now on Sale-- Tho now "Stag" lino oC i'oilet Goods for the well groomed man. BRADY DRUG CO. THE STOHK * ** MAHLEY'S Quality . Stylo . Service Facts Only--Truth Always Printed Silk Dresses Materials, styles and workmanship equal to any frM Qf- $10 silJc, at ·pt.iJD 5 * RUSSIAN STYLE PAJAMAS Russian Blouse in plain colors with fancy trim. t» -i Q[" Very attractive «J)A«*'«J * S In the GLOBE * GAZETTE WANT AD COLUMNS DO YOU KNOW · WE HAVE A "_ COMPLETE _ · LAUNDRT ·_ Phone 495 "| SMITH'S I' KLASSY KLEANEBS J* Launderers. arid Dry ' Cleaners TM« NORTH IOWA'S LARGEST MARKET MONDAY SPECIALS Small VVlencrs Ib. IS'/jC Kraut .!.... !b. 5c Pork Sausage .....Ib. lOc Hamburger Ib; lOc :-.' BUEHLER BROS. 214 S. Federal Ave. Phone 916, t 101 North Federal MASON CITY V A Smart Fashions AT LOWEST IN YEARS PRICES HIGH TEST -LOW TEST GAS AT-- PRICE Seasonable Gasoline ISBELL OIL C®. 2301 S. Federal 118 N. Com'l vTr · «9e Dependable Plnmblng Heating Complete StocH Pattest 1847 RdRprs Bros.^ ^ rU - S West ,'of Silver r mcs and Ed- bntaino Pattern CASH P R I Z E S FOR H I G H Have a few ton o f good coal in the bin and kno w what peace of mind really is. This is'a Up to wise householders. Kelroy Fuel and Furnace Co. Ph. 441 . 147 Fourth St. S. W. 6 A + 4 Great Showing of NEW LAMPS Junior Lamps Bridge Lamps Table Lamps Two Hundred Choice Lamps to choose from. PEOPLES GAS ELECTRIC CO. "For Better Appliances" Try Our HOME MADE BREAD HOME BAKERY 210 N. FEDERAL §A *«fr "Producing Quality That Commands Respfict" PSSCtSE 600 LYONS LAUNDERERS AND DRY CLEANERS 2 * To Be Chic ... Wear Spring Shoes NOW Stevens Shoe Co. 105 North Federal Ave. DOUBLE F E A T U R E N T E Reproduced on these two pages are four bridge hands; the top 'Is SOUTH or Dealer; the second, WEST, at dealer's left; tho third, NORTH, dealer's partner, and tho fourth, EAST, at dealer's right. The play Is at regular AUCTION BRIDGE. Dealer 'bids; 'others in rotation. This is the ninth of a series of twelve bridge hands that will be offered to readers of'The Mason City Globe- Gazette, different hands appearing In this newspaper each Saturday for twelve weeks, starring Saturday, February 7. The contest Is open to everyone, except employes of The Mason City Globe-Gazette and their families. To the contestants making the highest scores fn the twelve games played, $125 In CASH prizes will be awarded. Please read these rules carefully so that no misunderstanding will ensue. I--Hands arc to fie played with ordinary playing- cards or:yon may cut out the cards ^reproduced above, being careial to keep the hands arranged and the cards distributed as'they appear on these pages. 2--In bidding, there Is to be no doubling. S--Special Tally sheets are to bo used In keeping scores, and these tally sheets are issued FREE to contestants and can be obtained only from the firms co-operating In this contest. There are no obligations of any kind and contestants can procure as many tolly sheets as they desire Just for tne asking. A different tally sheet Is to bo used each week. Each tally sheet should bo properly numbered and properly dated, bearing the date on which the hands played, appeared In the Globe-Gazette, Go to any of tho firms represented on these two pages each week, nnd they will bo pleased to glvo you a tally sheet for the game to bo played that Tveclr. A DOUBLE-FEATURE CONTEST--$150 IN CASH PRIZES First feature . . . Bridge Contest with the following cash prizes for winners making the highest score: FIRST PRIZE __ SECOND PRIZE THIRD PRIZE _ FOURTH PRIZE FIFTH to NINTH PRIZES, each $50.00 25.00 15.00 10.00 5.00 L iBECOND FEATURE OF CONTEST--To tho three Individuals presenting the largest number of bona fide cash J sales slips (receipts for cash purchases) obtained from the firms represented above during tho contest /period, 12 weeks starting Saturday, February 7, cash prizes will be awarded. Sales slips must bo mado out I to contestant and each contestant entering a group ol sales slips must accompany same with « full set of I twelve tolly sheets, one for each week ol the Bridge contest. Whether the tally sheets are tilled out or not, 1 tha following cash prizes will bo awarded: .largest number of sales slips 512.50 Second largest number of sales slips .$7.50 / Third largest number of sales slips, $5.00 I To win a prize In this second feature of tho contest, the twelve tally sheets may be filled out and entered 1 for a Bridge Game prize, first feature of tills contest, or they may Iw entered In hlanlc. , Yon may enter either feature or this contest, or both. If you do not play bridge, yon may enter the second phase of the contest and try to win ono of the three cash' "sales slip" prizes. This- double-feature contest makes It possible for everyone to enter. Every reader of the Globe-Gazette may become a contestant. i--Write neatly and concisely j:ist hoxv you played your hand. This is very Important and In caso of lies, the manner in outlining the play of hand will determine the winners. There Is a special place for writing the outline of play on the Tally Sheet. 6--Do NOT send In single tally sheets . . . wait until you have ail twelve, then wrap neatly, and bring, send or mall to The Mason City Globe-Gazette, addressed to tho BRIDGE CONTEST EDITOR. Out of town contestants can obtain weekly tally sheets by writing any of tho advertisers represented above. The Bridge Contest Editor of The Mason City Globe-Gazette will bo pleased to give contestants any additional Information regarding the contest, at any time. Improve your Bridge Ify entering thta contest now. S--Selection of winners will be made by three judges, Auction Bridge Authorities, who will bo selected by Tl:o Mason City Globc-G:i7.ette. Tho decisions of these judges on all points in tho contest will bo final. The best possible defense must bo made against the bidding hands In each problem and tlio accepted conventions of Auction Bridgo must be observed. Contestants agree to accept tho decisions of tho judges as final In all particulars. This applies to bidding of tho hands n/i well as the play. 7--This entertaining and profitable contest has been inttdo possibio by the cooperation of the advertisers whose announcements appear oh these pages, (leaders of The Mason City Glolie-GazeUo are urged to scan them closely. COPYRIGHT 1830

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