Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on January 13, 1949 · Page 21
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 21

Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, January 13, 1949
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Charles City Youth Fined After Crash Near LeRoy, Minn. LeRoy, Minn.—James E. Reagan, 21, Charles City, was fined $20 in justice court in Spring Valley 'for careless driving resulting in an accident in which 6 persons were injured near here late Saturday. A car driven by Reagan collided with one owned by Wayne Swar- cutt, of Riceville, Iowa, which was parked on the right shoulder. The Reagan car then careened out of control, crashed into a ditch and rolled over. All the injured were in the Reagan car. They were Bernard Quinn, Mark Schwartzhoff, Paul Duffy, Ruth Harden and Phyllis Volkart, all of LeRoy. The injuries consisted of cuts and bruises. Goodell—The Rev. and Mrs. W. T. Boston and Bob attended a Richardson family reunion at the Russell Richardson home at Forest City. CHEST COLDS! muscle* MUSTEROLF M»ien City Globe-GaitUe, Mason City. U. Jan. 12, 19*9 HIS MERRY SURLESMOBILE—Maj. Donald C. Surles of Cisco, Tex., sees Chicago sights from what he calls his Surlesmobile. He built the machine in Japan at a cost of about $2,000. Push buttons open and close doors. A jeep engine furnishes power. Cause of Colds Elusive Cleveland, (U.R)—Twelve prisoners being held on charges from armed robbery to auto theft were G. I. CAB LINE PHONE 731 35c ANY PLACE IN TOWN FOR 1 or 2 PEOPLE 10c Extra For Each Additional Passenger used as "guinea pigs" by medical scientists from Western Reserve university seeking to discover the cause of the common cold. But none of the men became very ill despite injections with a virus thought to be a cold-causing agent. Ear Muffs for lowan Visiting Los Angeles Wesley—'Word has been received here from the George Aldrich family who left for Los Angeles^ Cal., stating they were 8 days en- route due to icy roads. They spent the Christmas weekend at Independence, Mo. Postoffice employes at Wesley sent Mr. Aldrich a pair of ear muffs to protect him during the "unusual" weather in Los Angeles. Not Good Enough Milwaukee, (U.R)—Mrs. Isabelle Nienow denied she was speeding. "T didn't have to watch the speedometer," she said. "I can feel how fast a car is going." The judge banged his gavel, fined her $10. Orange Tree Bearing Down South in Cresco Crcsco—Despite a non-tropical climate, oranges grow in Cresco. Miss Vira Kuntz has an orange tree in her home bearing 14 oranges. They are the size of golf balls and larger and Miss Kuntz says she expects the fruit to ripen in the spring. The tree is 9 years old and is one of 2 grown by Miss Kuntz from seed obtained when she was in Miami, Fla., 9 years ago. It is 3i feet high. It has been growing out of doors in the summers and inside during the winters. The other tree is 4J feet tall but has never blossomed or borne fruit. Right riace (o Happen Rockford, 111.. (U.R)—Though unwelcome, the fire in George Hoi- man's automobile was at least timely. It broke out just as Homan drove past a fire station. Firemen put put the blaze with hand pumps carried a few steps from the station. 102 South Federal LOVELY CHENILLE SPREADS Special I 498 Full 90" widthl Luxurious ripple design. Classic simplicity in 9 lovely colors including chartreuse, hunter green, melon red, gray. Twin size too. ; STARTEX PART-LINEN TOWELING WARPS FAMOUS LONG WEAR & TREASURE CHEST MUSLIN SHEETS 2 29 2.59 Long- wear 81x108" Savel longwear Type 128 —sturdy weave with strong tape selvages. Rep. 2.19 Sheets 72x99" ....1.07 Res. 54o Cases 42x36" 44 Treasure Chest Our luxury muslins—140 Type. Reg. 2.85 Sheets 72x108" 2.49 Reg:. 2.98 Sheets 81x108" . ...2.fi9 Regr. 65c Cases 42x36" 57 6 Yds. For $ 1.00 Reg. 29c Wov«n of 25% linen and 75% cotton for strength and obsorbency. Bleached snowy white with border' itripes in red, blue or green. \7"i Reg. 29c Unbleached Toweling: . ...IflcYd. Reff. 27c White Flannel, 27" 19c Yd. Re?. 349 Bleached Muslin 27c Yd. Reg. 39c White Lonccloth 35c Yd. CANNON TURKISH TOWELS 47 e R«ff: 59? (CANNON"MT.VERNON"TOWELS 67 e Two-ton* plaids on white fluffy terry. J Big 20 x 40 in. size. Res:. 29c Cannon Dish Towels 25c Re&. 8c Cannon Dish Cloths . fi for 42o RCR. 29c Cotton Print Towels . 25c Res. 25c Flour Sack Towels . . 19c 79e A"~worthwhil» laving on thes« big bath *iz« lowelj, 22' x 44'. Soft absorbent terry with self-color rape- effect border. Rich colors. Resr. 39c Face Towels 15x2fi" 33n Re*. 19c Wash Cloths 12x12' 13o x Phone 860 REDUCTIONS AS BIG AS 4O% AND IN WARDS GREAT vaam wnmce CHILDREN'S COAT SETS Sizes 1 f o 4 Were 19.98 Now 10.97 Were 16.98 Now 9.77 Were. 15.98 Now 7.97 Were 8.98 •. Now 4.97 SHOES Reg 5.98 Ladies' Sport Oxf., Now 3.97 Reg. 4.50 Ladies' Play Shoes, Now 2.97 Reg. 5.98 Children's Oxfords, Now 2.97 Reg. 8.98 Men's 8" Shoe. . . Now 6.97 Reg. 4.98 Boys' Hi-Shoe . . . Now 2.97 Reg. 3.59 Boys' Corduroys, Now 2.47 Browns and Blues. Sizes 6-16 Boys' Coat and Legging Sets, Sizes 3 to 8 Now 12.77 Boys' AH Wool Jackets. . . 3.49 to 4.49 Unlined. Sizes 4-16 SEAT COVERS BEST QUALITY SEAT COVERS PRICED FOR BARGAIN HUNTERS Sets, Reg. 13.98 11.69 Fronts, Reg. 7.98 6.79 Made of lacquered heavy-weight fiber in attractive colorful patterns. Will brighten the interior of your car. The heavier fiber will give longer service. Easily cleaned with light soap suds. RUGS — CARPET Rose Lawson CARVED WILTON Sq. Yd. 9' width. . . $ 10.95 Grey AXMINSTER CARPET 9 Ft., Sq. Yd $ 9.95 FREE INSTALLATION • OUTBOARD MOTOR 5 H. P. OUTBOARD MOTOR REDUCED FOR JANUARY SELLING 119 Regular Price 129.50 .50 Only 20% down will hold this motor until April 1, 1949. Fuli reverse . . . simplex starter, twin cylinder . . . alternate fire. APPAREL & ACCESSORIES NYLONS—45 Gauge, 30 Denier. . . 1.00 NYLONS—51 Gauge, 15 Denier. . . 1.35 Reg. 55c Men's Hose, 3 pr. for 1.00 Reg. 75c Men's Hose, 2 pr. for 1.00 Reg. 1.00 Men's Hose 67c Reg. 298 Ladies' Handbags 2.47 Reg. 2.59 Men's 10% Wool U'suits 1.98 Reg. 1.89 Men's Med. Wr. Cotton U'sgits . 1.69 Reg. 3 98 Men's White Shirts 2.98 Reg. 10.98 Ladies' Robes 6.00 Reg. 24.75 Ladies' Coats 15.00 DON'T MISS A SINGLE ONE! WALLPAPER KIT, Complete kit to hang paper. Was 2.29. ..«.., TRUSCON RUBBER PAINT. Waterproof and beautify cement floors Qt. DISHES—Service for 8. Lovely eggshell finish. Reg. 14.98 DISHES —Service for 4. Priced to sell at ENAMEL ROASTER. 20-Pound Capacity. Was 1.98. ELECTRIC WHIPPERS. Were 5.95 Are selling for CHILDREN'S ICE SKATES . . . figure and hockey. Were 6.95 POLISHING HEADS FOR BENCH GRINDERS. Were 4.00, FIBER BOARD—32 inches by 8 feet. Ideal for lining attics, garages, basements Minimum of 6 to a customer. CHECK THESE CUT PRICES^ 149 1.65 8.80 3.88 98c 3.98 4.88 1.50 60c Wards Master AUTO HEATER—Clearance priced! Save! Buy now! Reg. 19.95 Good Quality SEAT COVERS, Clearance Priced. Reg. 10.25, AIRLINE RADIO PHONOGRAPH. Period styling. Reg. 1 39.95 END TABLE RADIO—5 tube. Mahogany finish. Reg. 44.95, WASHING MACHINE. Priced to Sell MEN'S WOOL AND FLANNEL ROBES . . 15-88 5.85 124*88 39.95 96.95 6.88 SPECIALS WARDS AUTO ACCESSORIES Reg. 3.35 BUMPER JACKS 1.98 Reg. $2.29 Three-Way TRUCK CLEARANCE LIGHTS ;. . . 1.49 Reg. 79c CUP GREASE, 5 gal. cans 29c Reg. 8.45 OIL BARREL PUMPS. 4.95 Reg. 6.49 AUTO FANS 3.98 Reg. 19.45 AUTO HEATERS 14.95

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