Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on January 5, 1949 · Page 13
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 13

Mason City, Iowa
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Wednesday, January 5, 1949
Page 13
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'«*wiw»«3^v«j>»5S83S^ Sgt. Robert Anderson Rites to Be Saturday Afternoon Services lor Sgt. Robert H. Anderson, who was killed in action in England, June 24, 1944, will be held Saturday afternoon, with the Rev. Alvin N. Rogness, pastor oC Trinity Lutheran church, officiating. Only tentative arrangements have been made. The body will arrive at 7:45 a. rn. Friday via the Milwaukee Road. Full military rites will be conducted. Burial will be at the Field of Honor in Memorial Park cemetery. SRl. Anderson was born Feb. 28, 1921, in Mason City. He entered the service on Dec. 29, 1942, and was graduated from Tyndall field gunnery school at Panama City, ''Fla., in November, 1943. He was an aerial gunner and had been stationed in England since May, 1944, and had been awarded the air medal for missions over enemy occupied continental Europe. Surviving are his mother, Mrs. Tena Anderson, Mason City, a twin brother, Ross E. Anderson, coach at Northland college, Ashland, Wis., 2 sisters, Mrs. Vince Murphy, Mason City, and Mrs. Laura Trout, Sacramento, Cal., and a son, James Robert Ander- M»s.n City Globf-G»ir(lr. Masou City, It. Jail. <1. 1949 SGT. ROBERT 11. ANDEUSON son, Mason City. He wa.s preceded in deatli by his father. The Pattersoii-Jzimes funeral home in charge. Named Publicity Chairman of Red Cross Fund Drive * 4:- Qlohe-Ga^ettc Thoto STEVE PRICE Steve Price, owner and operator of the H. B. Farrer system, has been named chairman of publicity and promotion for the 1949 American Red Cross fund drive here, it was announced Tuesday. Appointment was made by Roy B. Johnson, campaign chairman I for the Cerro Gordo county chap- j ter. The drive will be carried on as usual during the month of March. Price came to Mason City last April from Cincinnati where ho was engaged in the outdoor advertising business. He is a member of the Rotary club and American Legion. As publicity chairman, Price will co-ordinate the fund drive activity with newspapers and radio stations, and supervise window and outdoor sign promotion. Rabelais is credited with preparing the first almanac in 1533. Markle Rites Held Clarksvillc — Funeral services for Cyrus W. Markle, 84, who died Saturday at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Pearl Wilcox, were held Tuesday afternoon at the Hammel and Martin funeral home, the Rev. J. F. Meyer officiating. Burial was in Lynwoocl cemetery. He is survived by 9 children. The family formerly lived on a farm northeast of Clarksville, and in 1909 moved to Spring Valley, Minn. ATTEND FUNERAL Plymouth—Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Vosburg of Plymouth and Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Garrett and son Everette Troy of Iowa City recently attended the funeral of Mr. Vosburg's mother at Gilman. KIDNEYS MUST REMOVE EXCESS ACIDS Help 15 Miles of Kidney Tube* Flush Out Poisonous Waste "When disorder of kidney function permit* poisonous matter to remain in youv blood. It may cause nngsing bnckache, rheumntic pains, leg pains, loss o£ Pup and cnerjjy, get- Ling up nights, swelling, pulfincss under the eyes, hendaches and dizziness. Freement or Scanty passages with smnrtinc nnd burning Eozrtetimos shows there Is something wrong •with your kidneys or bladder. Don't wait! Ask your druggist for Dosin's Pills, a stimulant diuretic, used successfully by millions for over GO years. Doan'a trive happy relief and will help the 15 mites of kidney tubes flush out poisonous wastelrom your blood. Get Dean's Pills. mak&f .Ask for Coilc Xu. «:I7 A PRODUCT OF CORPORATION OF AMERICA » CHICAGO/ / f>R£tt* A G«* H >*, COLONIAL co*i * fe * SHOP DAMONS DOWNSTAIRS STORE January Brings Another Sensational SALE OF UNFINISHED FURNITURE! Now! Get that extra piece of unfinished Furniture you've been wanting! . . . Paint it any color you like . . . stain it to match any furniture . . . the finish is perfect . . . every piece is made of clear Ponderosa Pine . . . Check their former values ... it is your greatest opportunity to really save . . . Hurry in now and make your selection . . . Check the various items on hand! Unfinished Chests 3 DRAWER . . . Hy 2 "x26"x28' - REG. 13.95 VALUE 12.95 4 DRAWER . . . 14y 2 "x26"x35" — REG. 16.95 VALUE 13.95 5 DRAWER . . . Hy 2 "x26"x43" — REG. 18.95 VALUE . 14.95 ?> Unfinished Book Cases because ff SAVES UP TO 20% IN FUEL Yesl Everyone agrees it'i Colonial lot topi in heating economy, comfort «nd convenience. Trained engineers plan every installation. COLONIAL FURNACE CO. 408 So. Federal Phone SGI GREER COLOniflL FURRflCE SERVICE 2 ALL-NEW " FAR MORf HEARING*, 'FAR MORI UNDERSTANDING.' FITTED POWER HERE! Our smallest, greatest instruments! SONOTONE SPECIAL DEMONSTRATION AT HOTEL HANFORD, WEDNESDAY, JAN. 5 from 1 to 5 p. m. Free consultation and hearing test. L. J. GINTHNER, Certified SONOTONE Consultant of Mason City, in charge. 211 SOUTH TAYLOR AVE. PHONE 3194 BOOKCASE . BOOKCASE . BOOKCASE . BOOKCASE . CORNERS . . . 18"x9y 2 "x36" . 24"x9y 2 "x36" . 30"x9y2 /y x36" • . 36"x9y 2 "x36" 18y2 // xl8 1 /2' / x36' REG. 7.50 VALUE 6.50 REG. 8.50 VALUE , . . . 7.50 REG. 9.50 VALUE g.50 REG. 10.50 VALUE 9.50 - REG. 10.95 VALUE 9.95 Unfinished Desks STEEL STORAGE CABINETS Here are cabinets with a practical value . . . and they'll fit into any kitchen or work room . . . They're made of heavy steel with plenty of shelves . . . Two styles: Wide double door or a single door . . . Come in now and look these over . . . we know you can find a place in your home for one! KNEEHOLE DESKS . . . 18 1 /2 y/ x42"x30 / SMALL DESK 16"x30"x30' REG. 24.95 VALUE 21.50 -i REG. 12.95 VALUE 10.95 LOOK HOBBY KITS Build your own End Tables, Book Shelves, Cupboards, Coffee Tables and other items too numerous to mention . . . Boards are sawed and fitted . . . all ready to assemble ... including nails . . . One of the handiest outfits you have seen for sometime . . . Come in and look these over. SIZE 12" x 18" x 66" REGULAR 19.95 VALUE. SIZE 12" x 26" x 66" REGULAR 24.95 VALUE. 15.95 19.95 REGULAR 6.95 VALUE (BASES 1.95 VALUE . . . NOW 1.50) SPECIAL SALE! SAMSON CARD TABLES 4.95 REGULAR 49.50 VALUE! Stearns & Foster MATTRESSES The greatest mattress value in the city . . . Made by one of America's finest makers . . . Finest materials used . . . Almost 300 Rust Proof Springs . . . New quilted tufting . . . A choice of coverings . . . Semi-soft construction . . . Come in now and take advantage of this special low price. Specially Priced 34.88 These are genuine Samson Card Tables . . . Slightly damaged through handling . . . Take advantage of this unusual value! . . . Your opportunity to really save! 4.95 VALUE 3.95 5.95 VALUE 4.95 SLIGHTLY DAMAGED DROPHtF TABLES Attractive tables made of hardwood, turned legs . . . Designed to take a beautiful finish . . . Natural, Walnut, or Mahogany . . . Check their former value ... at this low price, you won't want to pass it up ... your chance to really save. REGULAR 27.95 VALUE 19.95 KITCHEN TABLES Just a limited quantity on hand . . , Reduced for quick Clearance . . . look them over now! 7.95 VALUE 4.00 THE STORE YOUR CONFIDENCE HAS BUILT

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