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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 18

Mason City, Iowa
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Wednesday, April 8, 1931
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Trade] W. A. WESTFALL,, Receiver MASON CITY, IOWA -*-·*·-*· BALCONY FLOOR AT OUR STORE FEATUREi GROUP Rayon 'Combination SUITS Elaatic. knee, fine knit; also in ; lace" trims. Dan- settes, step-ins .and panties. Bloomers and panties in non-rim chardanize. Rayon Pajamas in color combinations. Priced now, real low for quick sales.' FEATURE GROUP Exquisite Dansettes of fine rayons. Panties, band knee; also lace trima and, applique. Gowns in · rim-resist · rayon and combination suits. Outsize rayon non-run bloomers. A veritable feast of lovely undies on sale at a feature price. v Rayon Step-Iris and Bloomers Extra special for Lingerie Day at the exceedingly low price of 39c. Sure to sell out fast. All sizes. · " · [ FEATURE GROUP -"A wide-selection of Rayon Undies Darisettes of non-ruh- rayon, contrasting; trims. Also bloomers in fine knit or non-run.- Combina'tiion suits, panties, band knee and vest of real fine gauge knit. - Children's slips. A great group at 69c. · ·· · ' 00 I FEATURE, - GR0UP · ' o f . · Rayon Pajamas ·Two - piece combination colors. Print Pajamas, one-piece or two-piece. Most' of ,these in wide trouserettes. . A splendid quality. A price awaj* down low. . SILK CREPE UNDIES Chemise, step-ins, panties and dansettea, of either French crepe or crepe de chine. Beautiful garments at a bargain price. RAYON CREPE GOWNS Lace and applique trimmed. Made of a fine silk rayon and mercerized fabric that gives good service. Low priced at-- PANEL CURTAINS 39-inch, wide silk fringe. Fine marquisette. g n Per panel ·::.;.:.;.;.. DifC CRISSCROSS CURTAINS Ruffled' marquisette, narrow valance. Per pair, only. ____ . . . neat DRESS FABRICS Rayon and mercerized. New, attractive · -patterns. Exceptional Bargain. p*\ A yard UifC DRESSES--NEW Printed crepes, also plain pastel shades. Priced tC QQ for quick soles at.. vDeOO BASEMENT STORE . Economy Specials ChUdren*s B l o o m e r a-Great special, ·» -t at only .......... 11C Children's Play Suits--Assorted styles «Q and colors........ £«? Princess Slip*, Regular length. White, M o Peach and Pink floC Cretonne. Colorful Patterns --Real Value. 1 f rj Per yard 1/C Children's Silk Hose, sub- standards of \*j 75c grade Z / C Men's Union Suit weight Knit. Knee length , ':...'. Light 48c Genuine Saving At This RECEIVER'S SALE MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE 1 IOWA FALLS CITY MANAGER NAMED Klippel Will Succeed Sour and Hutchinson Chosen Merchant Officer. IOWA FALLS, April 8.--Floy Klippel will succeed L. H. Sours a city manager and George Hutchin son succeeds Acel Swem as me chant police. ~These changes wer made at the annual meeting of th city council Monday night. The sa ary of city manager was reduce from $200'a month to 5175. The r tiring city manager has held th position 3*£ years. Prior to that h was secretary of the Community club four years. He was formerly i the ministry and held several pas toratea of the Christian, church-1 this state. Mr. Klippel is now em ployed by the John Blaul Sons com pany of Burlington and Cedar Rap ids as a traveling salesman, in th territory. Announcement was mac last evening that S. Shirven had re tired as manager of the local Pen ney store. He came here from Owa tonha three years ago. The store i In charge of D.-Tourtelot who-ha beea'assistant manager of the ator since it opened here. - - LoWer Production Cost .".for Milk Is Aim Given , l by Group in Minnesot BLOOMING - PRAIRIE, "Minn April .8. (1--Not -more cows, bu better cows with lower cost a uni of production is the slogan J adoptei by the agricultural committee o the Minnesota Bankers association for 1931, according to Sam A. Rask chairman of the committee; Present and prospective prices o dairy products make it more essen tial than'ever-that dairy-farmers should know the facts about the production performance of every cow in his herd, Mr. Rask said. On farms in the state during 1930, LI cows which produced 400 pounds )f butterfat in a year had an earning capacity equal to that of 30 200 pound cows, while less labor and ost was needed in their- care he aid. ' , - . . ' Minnesota dairy farmers feed 67,500,000 worth of feed to their ows annually, and if this feed was ed to cows averaging 290 pounds in reduction, Instead of. 190 pounds, they could procure $17,430,000 more Whet Is a Vampire Kiss? Onfy ~« A KNOWS I APRIL 8 1931 SAFE AFTER SIX DAYS ADRIFT · ' Taken:from the deck of the S. S. Cerieo, which rescued him, this photo.showa Chief Naval Aviation Pilot Verne Warren Harshman, In his rubber boat in which he had floated about the Pacific ocean for six days. During the fleet maneuvers off Panama, Harshman was forced to drop his plane on the water owing to fuel shortage. The craft found- dered and the flyer had to take to his rubber boat. His rescue is regarded as something ot a miracle. . . fr their butterfat at 40 cents pound than they did in 1929, when it was 50 cents. Bank Employes Will Compete for Honors in Public Speaking HES MOINES, April 8. UP)--Contestants from seven mid-western state, a'will compete here April 24 in the districj meet of the national ublic speaking ·" contest for 51,000 ca^h prizes offered by, the A., P. ^tianninl, educational foundation. The contest is open to bank em- iloyes and the winner here will rep- esent this district in the national meet. States of Iowa, Kansas, TVIis- ouri, Minnesota and North, and louth Dakota will be represented. 'he Des ^loines chapter of the American Institute of Banking will old its annual meeting in connec- on with the contest. The national contest will be held t Pittsburgh'in June. The subject n which the speakers will talk is, The Banker as a Stabilizer of Busi- ess." . ' · Woodmen's Increase of Insurance Rates Is Held to Be. Lega MT. VERNON, 111., April 8. L3?)-- The action of the head camp of the Modern Woodmen of America in substantially increasing- insurance rates in June, 1929, was held to be legal and within the right of the head camp, in an opinion handed down by President Justice Barry of the appellate court, fourth district, yesterday. The decision reverses the judgment of the Washington county circuit court, which had ^temporarily enjoined the organization from collecting the increased rate, after H. J. Schmidt and others had brot suit against the head camp declaring its action was illegal.. -. : SL'3 easy to make silver 'worth wo dollars an ounce. You just hammer it into the shape o£ a gravy- adle.--El Paso Herald. *V'NEdip"nowdecorQtesvases,lqnnp ' ^·^ shades and bases in beautiful, stunning art patterns such os no designer could achieve. The new one- minute, brush/ess method -- using Quick-Drying WaterSpaf, of course. Just float, several WaterSpar colors on water and dip the article, gently turning it. No skill required. We show you how. for this LAMP (Regular $3 Value) when purchased vyirh only one pint of THERE'S always room for a beaulifu! lamp, and you'll prize tMi one especially wh«n ill decorated In WaterSpar colon of your own selection to match the color scheme of any room in the house, "One dip" does It -- and it's fascinating fun, '. _ *·· Regular $3 value, but for o limited time only, until our allotment li exhausted, you can own this lamp [with 12" parchment shade) for V by purchasing at little ai a pint of WaterSpar -- the ideal varnish or onamel for ftoon, furnl, lure and woodwork. DEMONSTRATION A.TKH. 8 AND 9 HUGH DAVEY SON PHONE 874 o 151/ 2 SECOND ST. S. W lowans Are Named as Members L_of Kappa Delta Pi CEDAR FALLS, April 8.-Twenty-five students 'at the Iowa State teachers college have teen elected to' Kappa. Delta PI, national educational scholastic fraternity, it has been announced by Mary Wheat, Lawler, secretary of the- organization. Persona who have shown superiority in scholarship and character are selected for membership each year from · the junior and senior classes. Tho future- members include Frank Church, Kensett; Ettalee Hazlett, Riceville; Iva Hennesey, Osage; Olive Hanson, Forest City; Norma Herrling-, Charles City; Blanche Ozborrow, Humboldt; Murvle Hanawalt, Dumont. An informal banquet for those selected will "be held here Thursday, April 16. Brookhart Plans to Start Home; Attacks Panama Vice Condition COLON, Canal Zone, April 8. CD -United States. Senator Smith W Brookhart of 'Iowa and his wife planned to sail for home today, in the army transport- Chateau Thier r ry. Speaking 1 last night in a church at New Christobal, the Iowa senator again renewed his attack on vice conditions in the cities on both sides of the Isthmus of Panama. IJe declared if the "dives" were not cleaned out he will introduce in the senate a resolution barring soldiers and sailors from the republic of Panama, Contests Announced ,. for Schools in Iowa . DES ilOINES, April 8. IIPI-- Contests between the public schools thruout the state to determine which is .doing the beat work in its field ,will be a 'feature of the 1931 Iowa Educational Exposition at the next Towa. State Fair. Competition will b« divided into classes: Rural, grade and high schools, collective exhibits by entire school systems and vocational agriculture exhibits. A total of $1,515 in cash prizes will be awarded. Each division will be subdivided, by 'grades. Teachers at Rockford , Are Elected by Board ROCKFORD, April 8.--The following teachers were elected by the school board:at a-meeting- Monday evening: .Elizabeth Henricks, Rockwell;-Madeline Brincken, Rockford; Vcra Bishop, Rockford; Clara Mitchell, Charles City; Frances Grouse, Corydon; Bertha Davidson, College Springs; Neola .Stevens, Grundy center; Verna Tripp, Logan; Hazel Plumley, principal, Rockford; Esther Knaupp, " Garner; Louise Sieh, Traer; Theodore Krukow, Hampton; Arthur Evju, Wild Rose, N. Dak.; Edith Brown, musical director, and Mrs. Grant Coover. Marble Rock, orchestra director. Supt. WitJard Sayre was re-elected at a previous meeting. Some employers seem to think that the best way to keep people warm these chilly days is to fire them.--Thje Unemployed. A Spring Showing-- CIRIilNS New curtains and draperies to impart cheer to your home, by "dressing , up" your windows. Ruffled Curtains Irresistible--these dainty cur" tains with their ruffles. The valances have dots in assorted colors. 5 pc. set untv tui- $J.39 Cretonnes You may have your choice of light or darli background. All colors being both sunfast and tubfast. Patterns suitable for living room, dining room and bedroom. Also slip-covers. The yard-- · Damasks Sunfost Damasks That Are 60 In.,Wide. New Spring Shades. 98c$1.79yd. 29c The service of our Interior Decorator, Miss Marcella Bergland is always at your disposal--Call 3400 for appointment. No extra charge for her services. , Ruffled Tie-Backs In the new Prise ilia Stylo Set--89c An assortment of short lengths in nets 36 to 42 in. wide--39c and 79c. ·*tf# RUGS THAT COMPLEMENT LIVING ROOM FURNITURE T HE living room is quite likely to reflect the tastes and characteristics of its occupants and to express the home itself. To make it the room in which you love to live, many kinds of furniture . . . upholstery and woods . . .may be represented. . . . ah old favorite easy chair odd table ... for the essence of is comfort. A'carefully selected Whittall Anglo " Persian Rug. brings these 'various pieces together irito an attractive whole. Just as there /. are Anglo Persian Rugs to complement any kind of furniture or wood .'. . there are Anglo Persians so patterned as to cooperate with every style and coloring of furnishings... typical old Persian designs that neutralize brilliant crea-. rions of a'later period . . . pther patterns that draw out the beauty of some darkly aged but prized article of furniture^ · '· You can safely select from our complete line of Whittall Anglo Persian patterns and colors and be sure of an harmonious effect For the Anglo Persian fabric expresses luxury far beyond its moderate price. . , If you wonder what your next rug must be ... ask our Rug Department to show you our selection of Anglo Persians. TRADE-IN ALLOWANCE FOR YOUR OLD STOVE on purchasing NEW UNIVERSAL GAS RANGE this week only SEE WINDOW DISPLAY MIER WOLF SONS Call 3400 For An Evening Appointment

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