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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - February 7, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                JCPENNEY SON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THURSDAY FEB 7 2024 SOUTH FEDERAL Thru Combining Paris Fashions Can Be Copied With McCalls Patterns Details that make a fash ion new and important are given particular at tention by the designers of McCalls the new pattern books are ready for women who sew These Good Values Quality and Low Prices Fasheen and Soiesette Plain and Printed Cotton Pongee Two very popuhr cotton pongeesfor cllidretl3 frocks and sport clothes Shown in white gay colors and attractive pattemsand only yard 32 Inches 33c Prints 36 Inches Wide A charming of jot term for wash frocks CrepedeChine Makes dainty undies and coo Wmmer frodcs Yard and Rayon Alpaca A Fashion Favorite New patterns and bright col orings for spring Yard 39c FuUFashioned Pure Silt worthwhile ho value ipttre silk tod ifnB fi3hioned tor tadr 98c Ifercerlsed top and sole lor better ferr Smart Pretty Smocks In Colon and Prints An attractive way to be prie tinlbtiT a mode IFTH AVENUE but you con buy the some smart things in your local J C Penney Co store Coots and fabrics clever ideas in household linens These are only typical of the splen did values we are constantly receiv ing from New York We Help YouSay Can Afford If By ordering for 1000 stores at once we are able to price reaJly good mer chandise so reasonably that even the woman with a small income can afford things f X DeGghtful Group of Spring Hats Straw Braids Smart small shapes to wear right now with fur collared straw braids bright felts and combinations of straw and youthful hats and modes for matrons too Theres a look of spring about them that is irresistible rA Specialised Group Made to Our Own Standard to Sell for Combination A corset and brassiere with support in the front Rayon Undies With Lace Trimming Oiemise gowns bloomers and and feminine 98c and gl98 Charming Frocks at the J C Pen ney Company thrift pricing Combination Corset and Brassiere A LadyLyUe garment with elastic gores SemiSheer Pure Silk Hose A splendid good looking hose for general needs Pair Ya they are charming you hive only to glance it each smart style to see just why it was chosen in that Capital of Fashion New York by our staff of buying experts I styles for Wo men and Juniors WORK IN STATE DURING JANUARY SLUMPED LITTLE Decrease of 24 Per Cent Over December Noted Usual Experience DBS MOINES Feb T inert in Iowa industries for the month of January showed a loss of 24 per cent as compared with December the I monthly employment survey o A L I j Prick state labor commissioner showed today The decrease waa due largely to the falling off In employment follow ing the peak month of tho year It is a usual experience for labor to be favored with a vigorous demand dur ing the holiday season when shops and stores are swarming with custom ers Urick said This Is the peak for the old year while with the ad vent of the now year labor vanishes from the payrolls as rapidly as the hol iday customers from the shops Many Industries Close Industries close down in order that they may invoice and make necessary repairs to meet the anticipated de mand for the coming year looklns forward to the opening up of spring trade indicating business not so good noiv or waiting more favorable condi tions to resume normal activity Fewer frms reported for January than any month during 1828 Urlck saw For every 100 firms 81 were in fulltime operation and 14 in parttime The 28t firms averted 108 employes each a total of 49033 I our Cities Increase Only two of n types of Industrl iron and steel works and railway caf shops showed Increased employment Other groups showed a loss Four of the seven larger cities in the state reported Increased employ menffor the month of January a 1 4 per cent Increase at Waterloo being the largest Of the other three Bur lington showed a sixtenths of per cent Increase Des Molnes a halt per cent Increase and Sioux City a one tenth a per cent gain Duburjuo re ported a loss o 60 per cent Daven port ot 57 and Cedar Rapidsof 25 COUPLESTRADE WIVES CHILDREN Two North Dakota Families Happy and Friendly De spite Exchanges MINOT K Dak Feb 7 Renville county couples who negoti ated an exchange of mates and their children are happy ana friendly they said today Under the arrangement which they admit is rather unusual Mrs Willis Ivnlght has become the wife of Law rence Rlkansmd and Mrs Lawrence become tho wife MOVE TO REOPEN QUIZ OVER BABE RUTH CHILD FAILS Question Raised Girl May Have Been Born in Prison ROCHESTER N y Feb 7 An effort to establish claims that Babe Ruths mystery child is the prison born daughter of Sirs Pearl ODell has been defeated in supreme court Baaing their petition on similarity of Pictures of Dorothy Helen Ruth and the fact that the late Mrs Ruth re ferred to Dorothy Helen as Marie HarringtonIn her will George B Arnold and his wife sought a writ to compel Warden Edgar Jennings of Auburn prison to disclose the guardianship of the child born in pris on Sept 13 1020 to Mrs ODell 2 Firsts in SubCount Declamatory Contest Are Won by Corwiths School CORWITH Fee Corwlth high school won two Urst places at the SubCounty declamatory contest held at Kanawha Monday Alico Bush won in tho dramatics class and Genendolyn Ryan in the humorous class These will represent the local school in tho coming contest at Garner Feb tTr1l LUU W1IB at Willis Knight The couples were mar ried at Mellta Man on the day tol owing the granting of divorces to the vives in Minot tho ceremony in which were renmted being a double hey ojie In their divorce complaints vife charged her busted with each hav EAST KENTUCKY ANoviH GINIA SPLINT BLOCK COAL GOLDEN ROD BLOCK SemlAiitlirncile W BLOCK COMPANY These Are Delivered Prices 501 3rd St N B 1ii 5GH5GI ne been paying attentions to another vornan but no names were mentioned The couples have been friends Cor about three years ana all assert that they still are on the best of terms Four of the ifvo children of the former Mr and Mrs Knight went with their The couple represented themselves as stepBrandparents of the child Justice Edwin Smith denied the writ on the ground that they had no legal standing in court regarding the guardianship of the child Mrs ODell Is serving o sentence of 20 years to lite for complicity ivith her husband James in tho murder of Edward Kneip eight years ago The husband ivas convicted of murder In I the first degree and executed The Arnolds In an affidavit declared that the Ruth child is Mildred Glorlc ODell The fact that ths child known Dorothy Helen Ruth was a foster chlla or the Ruths was disclosed in Mrs Ruths will under which an es ate estimated at was left her ut tho document save no hint as to I Tha oMfsshlesed grl who used t sleep between a straw mattress and a feather bed and break the Ice In the wnshpan tho next morning never to buy any of this stutf to keep her face County Record iruiib niLii tn via vi iu iiu 03 LC mother to RIkansruds home a mle parentage of the child merely say and a half away and the new Mr and Mrs Knights family consists of her two children and one or his sons Houston Editor Dies After Long Illness ing my beloved charge ana ward at one tlma known as Mario Harring ton In their affidavit the Arnolds said Harrington Is the name or Mrs ODells sister HOUSTON Texas Feb 7 B Oillesple managing editor of the Houston ClironicIe died In a hospital at Dallas early today according to ad received here Ho had been In health several years If Seven Fifty seems to be about the right amount to spend for a pair of shoes Come down to Brown Wi shard 1 15 N Federal 21 NATIONS TO BE IN ORATORY Iowa to Be Represented by More Than 100 Cities Reports Indicate DES JIOINES Feb nations will participate in the Fourth International Oratorical contest with which the Iowa contest on the consti tution is affiliated according to an nouncement today by Randolph Leigh ot Washington D C directorgeneral the contest who returned Saturday from Europe More than 7K high In Iowa aia already entered and Indications are that Iowa will ba represented by than 100 cities this year Scholar itihlp prizes of are being offered by tho Drake university department ot speech wJiicli is sponsoring the con test in Iowa James j Flderliclt headot the Drake speech department reports the allowing late entries this week with others coming in dally Colfax Kellogg Grinncll Newton Tama Toledo Montour Uscomb Ie Grand Colo Nevada Ames Story City Jordan Woodward Grand Junc tion Jefferson Dana Lake Park Spencer Jewell Lovllfa Marlon Trip oli and Slgourney While In Europe Mr Leigh who directs both the national and interna tional contests participated in a num berof conferences at which the 3e tails or arrangements to take care of tho new nations were considered Childbirth the months of expectancy AVJ easier freer from tension and pam and make the birth of your child a happy event by using Mothers Friend the ex ternal lubricant for expectant Mothers used and praised by three generations of mothers Mothertobe Mothers Friend now and you will realize the wis bv tu6 ro11 in sent T on Thingg to Baby Comes Mothers Friend is sold by all good drug BndfidJ Regulator Co BA J7 Alitnta Ca Begin using HATS Youthful in style and also smart black hats Headsizes 22 to 25 and see a brand new store full of brand new shoes all priced U of I Alumni Units to Rally for Annual Anniversary Festival IOWA CITY Feb ar rangements have been yerfected for a total ot 37 banquets in Iowa nine other states and tile District of Col umbia In honor of the clshtyeecond anniversary of the University of Iowas founding Feb 23 it has been announced by P G Hiebee acting alumni secretary Meanwhile the work of alumni or ganization thruout the state is going forward as county leaders appointed by Professor Hlsbee attempt to reach the goal of an active alumni unit In each of the 30 counties Tho current total Includes banquets in 21 counties and In 13 outstate ci ties Hawkeye graduates gathered at these affairs will receive the program broadcast by elation WSUI at p m Known as National Iowa night the affair Is being held for the third con secutive year It was Instituted upon ho occasion of the universitys eighti eth birthday when more than 100 alumni groups met simultaneously In many sections of the country CoOperative Creamery I ReElects All Officers LBLAND Feb the annual meeting or the Lcland Cooperative Cioamery association held hero Tues lay the following officers were re flected H 1 CJjarlson president C If Jensen vice president August An derson treasurer and R w Bran alaa secretary and manager Ralph Rich and Martin Thompson ivere tho new directors elected the others being Albert and I Horace Thompson The manager reported an Increase in business during tho year L K I Bliss Ames was present and gave a talk on dairying After the business j session lunch was nerved Every man Is something of a gair uler But a man with any sense ought to learn In time there nro certain games that he cant Dem ocrat Greater Values Than Ever in Quality Shoes The Lido The Ecvicra Jr The Charilon Youll be surprised when you see Uic remark ably fine quality and phenomenal values we are offering in womens smart footwear There are Hundreds of in u new spring one pair carried over from last season Straps pumps ties and our Super Comfort American Girl Arch Support in all colors of kid calf patents and reptiles Try our Korectoe Shoes for children and see the economy in buying better quality shoes Formerly KilliansJnc When in Chicago Enjoy your the superb New MORRISON HOTEL il Yir T Tallest Motel in the World Fortysix Stories High Closest in the city to offices theatres stores and rail road stations 1944 Rooms Up all ou taide each with bath running ice water and Servidor which assures perfect privacy A keeper on every floor Economical Prices in the Boston Oyster HOUM Club Breakfast 35c to 7Sc Busineu Mena Luncheon 80c l 25 The what 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