Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on January 13, 1949 · Page 2
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Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, January 13, 1949
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26 Jan. 12, 1949 Mason City Globe-Gazelle, Mason City, la. Brotherhood Elects Joice —Newly elected officers for the Lutheran Brotherhood in- clude: Claire Dahl, president; Ben Anderson, vice president; Royden Larson, secretary, and Floyd Petersburg, treasurer. The next meeting will be Jan. 17 at the Bethany Lutheran church. NOTICE Mason City and Clear Lake Offices of MASON CITY IMPLEMENT CO. Will Be Closed Thursday, Jan. 13 in respect to the memory of GEORGE P. NEWMAN Charles Cityan Dies at Vintpn Charles City—Virgil Self, 67, of 3024 North Main street, died at Vinton Tuesday while enroute home from an Iowa City hospital where he had been released Friday. He became ill and was unable to continue the trip. A Charles City resident for 27 years, he has been employed at the Oliver Corp., here. His wife, Minnie, survives, as do a son, James Self, and a daughter, Mrs. George Jermier, both of Charles City, and a daughter at Vinton where he died. OPEN COLD STUFFED NOSE One whiff fllvcs grand openeci-up' WSf, te&lng. Al- IVJ ways carry it with you. PENETRO INHALER MISERIES OF] CHEST COLDS Rub on Penetro to rellevecold'sache, pain, muscle soreness. So effective. PEMETR02SRUI Grace Sullivan Services Held Burial at Highland Cemetery, Bayard Funeral services for Mrs. Grace Sullivan, G5, who died Friday following an illness, were held at St. Joseph's Catholic church Tuesday, with Father Alvin Heuring officiating, assisted by Msgr. R. P. Murphy. Interment was at the Highland cemetery at Bayard, Iowa. Accompanying the body to Bayard were Mr. and Mrs. Pat Me- Guire, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Maroney, Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Cain and Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Cain. Pallbearers were Barney Sweeney, Dr. A. W. McGuire, Donald Adams and Arthur Ven- dorf. The Meyer funeral home in charge. Corwith —Edward Farnum, coach in the local schools, is a patient at Mercy'hospital, Mason City. Every battery guaranteed for starting power ALLSTATE <SSm« Y BATTERY TYPE T-M FOR MOST CARS INSTALLED GUARANTEED 24 MONTHS. You save on three counts during: this sale as the chart reveals: On price you actually pay . . . Allstate is dollars lower than the other four comparable batteries; on longer guarantee . . . All- state is months longer; on power performance . . . All- state packs decidedly more starting punch. Exchange your old battery today ... for ALLSTATE. ALLSTATE SPEC . BATTERY Guaranteed 27 months. 45 plates, 100 amp.-hr. capacity. Good battery for normal driving. Acid-proof case. Exchange for ALLSTATE quality now. 13 25 REVEALING BATTERY COMPARISON CHART** Type 1-M 100 Amp. Hr. GUARANTEE SEPARATORS PLATES 20-Minute Rate Amps. 1 300 Amps, at 0° F. Min.2 EXCHANGE PRICE ALLSTATE Cross Country 24 mos. Spec. Wood 45 Chem-Set 125 3.5 $11.75 Battery "A" 21 Wood 45 122 3.1 $16.20 Battery "B" 18 Wood 45 120 3.3 $16.00 Battery //f«/f 18 Wood 45 "117 3.2 $21.45 Battery "D" 18 Wood 45 120 3.3 $18.45 Installed—Si/e for most cars ALLSTATE SUPER BATTERY 55 Guaranteed 30 months. 51 plates, 110 amp.-hr. capacity. 6 more heavy-duty chem-set plates than regular battery for extra power. 15 Installed—Size for most ears ALLSTATE REG . BATTERY 55 Guaranteed IS months. 45 chem-set plates, 90 amp.-hr. capacity. No spill safety vent caps. Quick starting: at low exchange cost. * and your old battery. 8 Installed—Size for most cars These Special Exchange Prices Are Effective Through This Saturday Only 1 Will deliver amperes shown for 'M minutes with battery voltage at least 4',i volts. J Deliver current of HOO amperes with battery at O degree F. with battery voltage at least :\ volts. Ratings in minutes. *• Recent shopping and test report. Data on file. AH Other Allstate Batteries Reflect Similar or Greater Sayings WINTER AUTO NEEDS Allstate Generator 6.95 U, SXrTrh'your old generator Rebuilt like new* Full rated power. New bearings. In- iulated field coil. J5 to 115 Amps. Anti-Freeze Sale Your Container gai. 97c Allstate. Made with highest test alcohol for anti-freeze. Rust inhibiting with chem-seal to retard evaporation. G«t your supply now. LAST WEEK! ENDS THIS SATURDAY. SEARS BIC MID-WINTER OIL SALE WITH THE BIG Buy First 10-Qt. can at reg. price. . . 2* Get Second 10-Qt. can at Vz price.. 1* SAVE 25% on 20 Qts.. . 4.28 Plus Tax Unusual savings on premium-quality oil for the remaining hard winter days and your spring changeover. Compounded Oil clings to hot spots, surges to instant protection, cleans away sludge, coats pistons with a free-flowing oil-seal for maximum power output. Snap up this half-price offer at Sears now. Reg. 25c qt. bulk Allstate Compounded Motor Oil . 20c Reg. 5.95 5-gal. Can *plus tax 5.27* South Wind Heater Comfort Even for Short Rides Quiet, Automatic 29.95 Heats from the floor up in M s*r- ondi. Onerates independent or oooi- ln» nysiem. Visit Sears today, »t« this value! Ford V-8 Motors No Risk, Guar., Exchange Save Now, Only Give your Ford new power and p«p; »av« got and oil. Install a factory rebuilt engin». 90-day, 4000-mile guor. Use AHstate Motor Tune Peps Up Your Engine Pint. 1 .98 gal. 29c Qt.. . . 53c Use Allstate Motor Tune, have more get-up-and-go rn your ca r. Frees sticky valves and rings, reduces carbon deposits. Helps get more mileage from gasoline, increases lubricating qualify of oil. Drop in for some today! Auto Accessories Department 1st Floor, 23 E. State Ph. 380 OVERSEAS SAILOR RE-ENLISTS—Thomas B. Taylor, Y 3/c left Tuesday for Great Lakes, 111., to report for duty following an 8 day leave spent here visiting at the home of his mother, Mrs. Jake AH, 215 15th N. E. Yeoman Taylor has just arrived back an the states from 3 years overseas duty, being stationed at China, Japan, Australia and Pearl Harbor. He participated in the atomic bomb test at Marshall islands aboard the USS Fulton. He lias re-enlisted another year and will be stationed at Great Lakes until discharged. NEWS of RECORD Realty Transfers Stevens, Clara, to Georfe W. Fcldhus and Lucille, jt. ten., $], (WD) Lol :«5 in Midland Heights. Mason City, lt-'<K-tS. Schmit/. Edward A. and Alice, to James Britven, SI, (\VD) Lots 2 and S in Edward A. Schmitz's Add. to Mason City, 1-H-I9. Births Reported (At Mercy Hospital)—Son to Mr. and Mrs. Shirley Skram, 811 9th N. E., Tuesday. Police Court Careless Driving—Russell Hartwcll, Jr., Nora Springs, fined $100 and costs. Disorderly Conduct—Lois Lyman, ;MO Oth S. E., fined Sl«0 and costs. Intoxication—John W. Dolder, liaii S. Federal, and Emll Arnleend, :J2 Oth N. W., each forfeited 510 bond. Marriage Licenses Charles Robert Lennan, 23, and Patricia Ann Seeory, ID, both of Mason City; Robert H. Lubbc, 31, and Kuth Hagevold, 'M, both of Minneapolis; AI- fcrd W. Kuhlcnkamp, 2<i, and Carol M. Kctchum, lit, both of St. Paul; Virffil Carroll Ashland, Clear Lake, and Marian Begin* Casperson, 21, Mason City. Divorces Filed Marvin K. AVade against Marilyn Elaine Wade on grounds of cruelty. He asks cue- today of child. Married Nov. 22, l!)4fi, at Clear Lake. Separated Jan. tt, 191!). Elsie Peterson against Joseph P. Peterson on grounds of cruelty. She asks title to the equity in the home at 'J'M 15th N. E., including the household goods and that he he required to pay monthly alimony. Married at Rockwell, April (i, 19S7. Separated Jan. 8, 3941). New Car Sales Tom MacNlder, Mason City, Ponliac Clarence Geyer, 905 11th N. E., Intcrna tional truck; Harry Ginkcns, Clear Lake Ford; Alvin Hobbiebrunkcn, Thornton Ford; Lester Krukow, Rockfnrd, Chrys ler; W. Lamont Constable, Tail Massa chusetts S. E.. Ford; R, N. Rorlck, 130 Jefferson N. W., Ford; Kenneth Ristau, Nora Springs, Ford; Ed Muhlstcln, Rockwell, Ford; H. W. Koch and W. II. Sel- Icck, u'21 Delaware N. E., Studcbakcr truck; Hartman & Sons Dairy, 1529 N. Federal, Chevrolet truck; Carl D. Foster, Sheffield, Hudson; Mason City Brokerage Co., 701 S. Federal, Plymouth. Lloyd E. Morris Services Friday Rites to Be Held at Funeral Chapel Lloyd E. Norris, 64, of 543 20th S. E., died at an Iowa City hospital Tuesday, following a lingering illness. He had been a resident of Mason City for the past 12 years. Mr. Norris was born Oct. 17, 1884, at Rose Hill, Iowa. He came to Mason City from Earlham, Iowa, when he retired from farming. He was a member of the Wes- lev Methodist church of Mason City. Surviving are his wife, Rose, a daughter, Marylin Norris, Mason City, 3 sons, Earl and Charles Norris, Mason City, and Virgil Norris, Dows, a sister, Mrs. Lena Hadley, Des Moines, and a brother, John C. Norris, Clear Lake. Funeral services will be held Friday at 2 p. m. at the Major Memorial chapel, with Doctor Paul A. Peterson, pastor of Wesley Methodist church, officiating. Burial will be at Elmwood cemetery. The Major funeral home in charge. Barcel Rites Held Osage —Funeral services will be at 3 p. m. Thursday at the Champion funeral home for Mrs. Marie Barcel, 46, in charge of the Rev. H. F. Risse, with burial in the St. Ansgar cemetery. Mrs. Barcel, native of New York, has spent the past 12 years in Mitchell county, and died of a heart attack Sunday morning at the Charles Barcel home in Osage. DENTIST PRACTICE LIMITED TO PLATE WORK IB FIRST ST CEDAR RftPIDS SOUTH EAST DES MOINES MaSON CITY SIOUX CITY WOLFS FASHION CLEARANCE BETTER Regular 10.95 12.95 14.95 Reduced To BETTER Regular 17.95 19.95 22.95 Reduced To BETTER DRESSES Regular 25.00 29.95 Reduced To SPORTSWEAR Blouses, Sweaters, Jackets, Wool Scarfs, Skirts, Marked for Quick Clearance at 25% 33Vs% 50% DISCOUNT LOOK AT THESE BUYS OUR GREATEST FUR COAT CLEARANCE IN YEARS Our entire stock of Fine Furs is drastically reduced. All former prices are forgotten — Our Stock of MUSKRAT COATS LABRADOR SEAL COATS PERSIAN PAW COATS MOUTON COATS MINK DYED CONEY COATS MARMOT COATS CHEKIANG LAMB COATS SILVER BLUE MUSKRAT COATS NATURAL MUSKRAT COATS CHINA MINK PAW COATS SHIRRED RACCOON COATS And Many, Many Others. Furs All Reduced From 33 } h°/o to 50% From the Original Selling Price. Buy them on easy terms, or small deposit will hold in Lay-Away until you are ready for it. see WHAT YOU SAVE FUR TRIMMED COATS Fine All Wool Fabrics, Trimmed with Muskrat, Bombay Lamb, Mouton Lamb, Persian, Squirrel. Beautifully styled in Colors and Black. All Sizes from 10 to 42. SEE THESE VALUES 89.95 FDR TRIMMED WINTER COATS REDUCED 99.75 FUR TRIMMED WINTER COATS REDUCED 119.50 FUR TRIMMED WINTER 49.95 FUR TRIMMED WINTER COATS REDUCED 59.95 FUR TRIMMED WINTER COATS REDUCED 69.95 FUR TRIMMED WINTER COATS REDUCED 79.95 FUR TRIMMED WINTER COATS REDUCED 33.00 39.00 46.00 53.00 COATS REDUCED 139.50 FUR TRIMMED WINTER COATS REDUCED 59.00 66.00 79,00 93.00 FINE SUITS All the newest Suit Silhouettes beautifully made of rich Gabardines, Crepes, Sharkskins, Worsteds, the Colors you see in all Fashion Magazines, the Suits you want for Dress or Business. Styles for Juniors, Misses' and Women. 39.95 Fine Suits Reduced to 29.00 49.95 Fine Suits Reduced to 37.00 59.95 Fine Suits Reduced to 44.00 69.95 Fine Suits Reduced to 52.00 79.95 Fine Suits Reduced to 59.00 89.95 Fine Suits Reduced to 67.00 HOUSE ROBES - PAJAMA SETS Quilted Robes, Flannel Robes, Corduroy Robes, Crepe Robes, Jersey Robes, Satin Pajamas, Quilted Pajama Sets. All Reduced. 33^0 from regular selling price UNTRIMMED WINTER COATS AH newest colors, richest all wool fabrics, Boxy and fitted Styles — Zip-out Coats. Coverts, Suedes, Gabardines, Tweeds. Sizes for Juniors, Misses' and Women. Ail 39.95 Winter Coats Reduced 29.00 All 49.95 Winter Coats Reduced 37.00 All 55.00 Winter Coats Reduced 41.00 All 59.95 Winter Coats Reduced 44.00 AH 89.95 Winter Coats Reduced All 65.00 Winter Coats Reduced 48.00 AH 69.95 Winter Coats Reduced 52.00 AH 75.00 Winter Coats Reduced 56.00 AH 79.95 Winter Coats Reduced 59.00 67.00 L MIER WOLF a SONS 1

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