Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on January 6, 1949 · Page 20
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 20

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Thursday, January 6, 1949
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Charles City Briefs Mr. and Mrs. Allen C. Sar of Charles Cily are the parents of a son born at the Cedar Rapids hospital Monday. Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Kirkham, 410 Hildreth street, returned Monday from Providence, R. I., where they had spent the holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. Wells. Mayor and Mrs. Harold S. Henry returned Sunday night from a 3 weeks' visit in California. They visited their daughter, Barbara, and son, Lyman, in San Francisco and at San Bruno. E. A. Stroud, Jr., was expected to arrive in Charles City Wednesday. He will be accompanied back to Pennsylvania by his wife and son, Edward III, where they will establish residence in Kingston, Pa. The Stroud family expects to leave near the end of the week. GILLAM BUYS HOTEI^—Purchase of the 100 room Valley Inn at Neenah, Wis., for $190,000 was reported Wednesday by Joseph R. Gillam, proprietor of the Eadmar hotel in Mason City. He expects to spend an additional $50,000 for new furnishings and equipment, he said. The Mason Cityan will take over the Wisconsin property on Jan. 15, the 16th annivei'sary of his purchase of J the Hotel Eadmar. The Valley Inn is modern throughout and is a commercial hotel, centrally located in Neenah, and not a resort hotel although it is located on Lake Winnebago, Gillam said. It includes catering facilities and a public dining room seating 150 persons plus 5 private dining rooms accommodating 25 to 50 each. There is also an up to date cocktail bar and lounge. The hotel property includes a full city block of which the building occupies half, Gillam said, the remainder being landscaped. Neenah is a city of approxi- Rheumatism is more common than tuberculosis, diabetes, cancer and heart disease combined. is a mately 12,000 population about 15 miles north of Oshkosh and has extensive paper mills. The purchase from Herbert Lutz, Neenah, was handled by Nate Levinson, Mason. City attorney. FAST RELIEF for Miseries of CHCST COLDS Rub on chost, back to ease cough, cheat tightness, muscle sorenem. So effective. PENETRO V;;RUB 'OPEN COLD to*. CL0GGW& NOSES j* One whiff gives grand "opened' up feelinR. PENETRD, INHALER Court Reduces Verdict by Half Charles City—A $2,400 verdict mposed Nov. 22, 1948, against Floyd County Sheriff B. F. Ather:on by a federal court jury has oeen cut in half by order of U. S. District Judge Henry N. Graven. Defense attorneys had appealed the original judgment reached _in connection with the sheriff's seizure in May, 1947, of 2 buses owned by Robert W. Arndts, who for a time operated a bus line in Charles City. The First York, Nebr., National bank of had sought $6,500 damages against the sheriff, claiming a prior mortgage on the vehicles. After a hearing at Waterloo Dec. 17, the federal judge ruled the official had not been given sufficient notice of a mortgage on the 2nd bus seized and therefore set aside half of the judgment. Writes From Japan Marble Rock — Owen Adams son of Mr. and Mrs. Geralc Adams, who has been in Tokyo for the past 18 months, .writes home he is now chief clerk of a personnel section in headquarters office. OES ELECTS Clarksville — Newly elected of- 'icers of the Clarksville chapter of the O. E. S. are: Worthy matron, VIrs. B. N. Huber; worthy patron, A. Knoche; associate matron, Mrs. Homer Detra; associate patron, Homer Detra; conductress, Mrs. Theodore Sinram; associate conductress, Mrs. Marquette Neal; treasurer, Mrs. H. W. Boyd; secretary, Mrs. Thelma Scribner. QUALITY DIAMONDS ADY'S WATCH SHOP Mason City Globe-Gazelle, Mu»n City, im. J an . 5, 1949 19 West State Phone 889 52 Pieci Service for Eight Set includes: 16 Teaspoons, 8 Oval Soup Spoons, 8 Knives, 8 Forks, 8 Salad Forks, 2 Serving Spoons, 1 Butter Knife, 1 Sugar Spoon. 175 . NO IfEDERAI TAX 20 East State Phone 17 Wonderful investment in the wonderful life you'll share together . . . smarc-styled Community in 4 lovely patterns .. .,"for keeps". ACROSS FROM THE PARK GIVES YOU TERRIFIC BARGAINS DURING THE JANUARY WHITE SALE • MUSLIN SHEETS and PILLOW CASES • PERCALE SHEETS and CASES • SHEET BLANKETS • 100% WOOL BLANKETS • COMFORTERS • PRISCILLASTYLEor PANEL CURTAINS • TOWELS and WASH CLOTHS ALL GREATLY REDUCED! TEEMSj. . L A TEAR All the Famous Brand Names We Carry Are in This Group! Now You Can Save on WHAT YOU KNOW Is HIGH-QUALITY Merchandise! TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THE LOW PRICES? Balcony ACROSS FROM THE PARK IT'S THE GREAT MONEY-SAVING SALE OF GREATER VALUES . . . THREE MORE DAYS OF TERRIFIC, STORE-WIDE SAVINGS! DON'T MISS IT! SUPIR DAYS LOOK AT THESE TERRIFIC SUPER-VALUES! OUR OWN STOCK OF DRESSES Regular to 12.95 Reg. to 16.95 Regular to 22.95 HUGE SAVINGS! NEW STYLES! • Don't Fail to Take Full Advantage of the Super Values on Our Special Stock of Furs! • Huge Super Values on Lingerie, Sportswear, and Accessories! • SPECIAL BUY! SWEATERS . . 2 ** .99 if .99 • BLOUSES Vol. to 16.95 ____ /Jand /20FF • SLACKS Val. to 8.95 '.99 •RAYON PANTIES . . -49% pr . forl'" • BRAS 89* • GIRDLES 89° • SPECIAL BUY! SLIPS 2 39 2 .89 • SPECIAL BUY! JEWELRY. 2 for 99° • SPECIAL BUY! WOOL SCARFS 89° • SPECIAL BUY! WOOL MITTS. 89° • HANDBAGS Reg. 2.98 2 39 •.WALLETTES . 69° • SILK SCARFS I* 9 • FABRIC GLOVES 89' SOME BRAND NEW MERCHANDISE! • SOME SPECIAL PURCHASES! COATS and SUITS 29 Regular to 44.95 $ 39 Reg. to 59.95 Regular to 89.95 $ 59 • 100% WOOLS, NEW STYLES! • ALL SIZES AND COLORS! S F OUR OWN STOCK! NYLON HOSIERY • FIRST QUALITY! U E D A IRREGULARS L S CHILDRENS-WEAR CHILDREN'S TRAINING PANTS CHILDREN'S T-SHIRTS 48 78 BOYS' 100% WOOL SWEATERS .88 BATHINETTES, Reg. 10.95 ... DENIM COVERALLS 100% WOOL MITTS .68 GIRLS' DRESSES 48 .„„ 68 2 and J 2 .38 -38 BOYS' PLAID FLANNEL SHIRTS CHILDREN'S COATS AND SNO-SUITS! Regular up *l.88 tffe-88 to 22.95! M.88 Q- CHILDREN'S WEAR — BALCONY •V-'

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