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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 19

Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, February 1, 1934
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FEBRUARY 1 1D34 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE NINETEEN, AMNESIA VICTIM IS TAKEN HOME Minneapolis Man Found by Iowa Falls Police; Was in Mason City. IOWA FALLS, Feb. 1.--Herman S. Johnson, victim of amnesia, whose identity puzzled the police of this city for several days, was en- route to his home in Brooking-s, S. Dak., this morning. Mr. Johnson hac left home for Minneapolis to attenc the graduating: exercises ,of a class of trained nurses of which his daughter was a memher. When picked up by the police here he could give no account of himself He recalled being in Mason Cib and of staying at a hotel west o the park. There he pawned hi watch for lodging-, ana the nigli spent here, he left his watch am chain and an Elks emblem as se curlty for his accommodations. A irother and. a deputy sheriff arrived here from Brooltlngs Wednesday and identified Mr. Johnson. A physician examined the victim and found a bruise on the head vhieh might have been inflicted by some hard instrument. This led color :o the theory that he might have been attacked and robbed. Papers on his person led the police to be- leve his residence was in Minneapolis. GoUfidd Man Starts Sentence of 30 Days CLARION, Feb. 1.--John Haw- fhorne of Goldfield began a 30 day sentence in the Wright county jail Tuesday charged with illegal possession of unlaheied liquor. Hawthorne was arrested by county authorities, June 30, and fined $100 and costs by A. McBachron, justice of the peace at Goldfield. He was given six months'in which to pay the fine. At the expiration of that time, Jan. 30, he was unable to pay the fine, and was brought to jai' here to serve the sentence. Manifold to Succeed Thatcher for Dumcnt Mayor, Council Votes DUMONT, . Feb. l.--H. M. Thatcher, mayor for the past two iears and Chicago and North iVestern railway agent for the past 10 years, resigned his job to become agent at Eldora. Mr. Thatcher came here from Hanlontown. At a special session of the town council, J. M. Manifold, local contractor and councilman for the past 16 years, was appointed as mayor until the regular election the last of March. S. R. Piper was chosen to fill Manifold's remaining term as councilman. Charles City News Swallows Safety Tf'm. FENTON, Feb. 1.--Joan, small daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Anderson, swallowed a safety pin. Her small brother said the pin was open when she swallowed it, but an x-ray showed the pin to be closed and lodged in her stomach. AT A BIG SAVING this Weeti Mason City Division C O F F E E 33 3 89 You savelOt on a 3JhpuMasa! Rite-Way Stores continue their leadership as coffee merchants by offering this outstanding value. The coffee market is "on the up"-- we might make more money by holding our brands at the regular one-pound price. But we want our customers to feel that they always get an advantage in price, as well as the best blends, at Rite- Way Stores. We want you to think of us ac the leading coffee merchants of this community. We want to impress you so much with the quality and value of our brands, that when you think of coffee, you think first of the R I T E - W A Y STORE. Specials for Friday and Saturday JUDGE PONDERS MRS. OLDS CASE Evidence in Suit Brought by Mrs. Clay in Fatal Mishap Ended. CHA.RLES CITY, Feb. 1. -- The separate maintenance case brought by Dorothy Olds against Rusaell B. Olds was concluded yesterday afternoon about 3:30 o'clock when Robert Cantwell, Jr., attorney for Mr. Olds made his argument before Judge A. B. Lovejoy of Waterloo. Jolm Senneff and John Senneff, Jr., made their arguments in the forenoon. The attorneys will submit their briefs and the court takes the case under advisement. The last three sessions were hold in the city hall as Judge T. A. Beardmore was holding 1 court in the courtroom. Russell Olds was not in court at any time during the trial which was attended by all the room would hold. The evidence was concluded .yesterday afternoon in the case brought by Catherine Clay against Merlin Brewer, Clyde Gifford and George Gifford, a. damage suit for $35,000 for the death of Helen Clay, 7, who was killed as she was entering a school bus near Devonia May 15, 1933. Motions were argued this forenoon to take the case away from the jury on the grounds that all were employes of the government. Brewer wa_s driver of the school bus and one Clyde Clifford was hauling stone for the county in the truck which struck Helen and caused her death. The testimony showed the child was on the steps entering the bus when the driver started up and she fell off and was hit by the approaching truck. George Gifford was owner of the tnick. POWDERED SUGAR Jack Sprat -- Coloring Tablets in Each Package £ Green Japan Chocolate Cream Coffee R Grocer Yeast Cakes R Grocer Tea R Grocer Coffee R Grocer Flour Corn Meal Gelatin Dessert Pound tin 5 cakes in each package Fresh From Our Roasting Plant Three pounds · package Full %-lb. package pound · "bag Guaranteed Jack Sprat Either white or yellow « 49 ita. sack $1.00 5 Ib. sack Jack Sprat Ail popular flavors. packages 19c TOMATO S O IT ^^ ^^ Jack Sprat Concentrated Pancake Flour Jack Sprat Self-rising Large 3 l / 2 Ib. Bag AMMONIA . . S 23c Little Bo-Peep. For washing clothes and dishes. CL1MALENE . . »£ 21c For Kitchen, Laundry and Bath. Magic Washer .. ^g. 23 c The Favorite on Wash Days. DIG 4 Laundry Soap .. D ars 19c White Napthn. Cut Green Beans *° ng2 lOc Rockdale Stringless Sweet Peas ^ nsz . 2 *» Mayflower--Tender and Sweet Pumpkin sjpa £ t *° ns2 2 ** Pure Concentrated Pumpkin Juice added for true flavor Large 14 oz. » _ bottles · · J* for Mayflower--Made from red ripe tomatoes Dill Pickles . . . *$? 2§c Jack Sprat--Crisp and delicious Peaches ,, . . No ^ir^ 21 c Halves or slices--Jack Sprat Blackberries . ^TTcan , " Mayflower brand Jack Sprat Quick or regular Large 55 oz. package Karo Sryup . . , 10tlnb Either white or dark Pf\f\/tt Chamberlain's P WU Perfect-- package Vegetable, Egg Flakea and Cuttle Bone \ THINGS ONI · DEAR, I I L I WANT TO { fj GET YOU A I ' \ N E W D K E S S j "THAT'S LOVELY, MOTHER^ BUT [ CAN'T LEAVE TILL I'VE HEARD MRS. MACDONALD AND | THE JACK SPRAT MELODY MEN. WOC-WHO [TUESDAY through FRIDAY 9TM9:\5*» RITE-WAY FOOD STORES Mora Springs Couple Wed at Charles City CHARLES CITY, Feb. 1.--The marriage o£ Richard L. Fegley and Ida B. Engelmau, both of Nora Springs, took place Tuesday afternoon in the city hall with Justice John McGeeney, city clerk, officiating. Mrs. E. H. Engelman and Henry Engelraan of Nora Springs witnessed the ceremony. Mr. and Mrs. Fegley will live In Nora Springs. A marriage license was is3ued Monday to T. R. Flack, Jr., and Catherine N. Johnson, both o£ McIntire. CHARLES CITY BRIEFS CHARLES CITY, Feb. 1.--Mrs, Pearl Fluegel's group of the Congregational church club will meet this afternoon with Mra. Earl Stewart. MifK Ethel Waller will review "Storm Clouds Over Asia." Twelve tables of bridge were played Rt the benefit White Shrine party Tuesday afternoon at the home ot Mrs. Myrtle Walker. Officers of the Eastern Star honored Mr. .nd Mrs. Herman Hoger on their fortieth wedding anniversary Tuesday evening. The Rev. A. A. Hideout, paator of the Baptist church, expressed the congratulations of the guests and Emma Stoecker, worthy matron of the Star, presented Mr. and Mrs. Hoger with a gilt. Mrs. A. R. Melrose reviewed "Twenty Thousand Years in Sing Sing" to the members o£ the Wa- Tan-Ye club yesterday noon at their regular meeting in the Y. M. C. A. Mrs. Harry Warn and her committee will he hostesses to the Lutheran Ladies' Aid society today. WHERE SHOPPING IS A PLEASURE and THRIFT IS THE BVY-WORD OUR SALE CONTINUES Until Saturday Nile, Feb. 3 Below are just a few or the many values we are offering during this sale. Coffee Roma Blend, Fresh From the Roaster Each Week--Ground at Time of Purchase. Crackers Graham, Soda or Oyslet Camay P G Soap 10'Bars Swift's Lard Pastry Tested Cheese BETSY 4fl ROSS Ibs. Flour One Quart Aluminum Sauce Pan Free With Each Sack Peaches Libby's, Packed in Heavy Syrup I Macaroni 3 Ibs. . 25c Navy Beans S Ibs. . 2Sc Feeding of Sheep and Horses to Be Subject at Farm, Home Week ·· AMES, Feb. 1.--Discussions o£ the feeding and management problems of sheep and horses will be held for the benefit of Farm and Home week visitors at Iowa State college Wednesday when hundreds of Iowa farmers and their wives gather here for their annual "lesson in agriculture." The Iowa Horse and Mule Breeders' association will hold its annual meeting In connection with the horse program, according to R. M. Vifquain, chairman of the short course committee. Speakers on the program are Wayne Dinsmore, Chicago, 111., secretary of the Horse Association of America; F. A. Huddlestiin, Webster City, president of the Iowa Horse and Mule Breeders' association; Harry D. Linn, DCS Moincs, field representative of the association; H. C. Aaberg, DCS Molnes, assistant state secretary of agriculture; H. C. Covault, Ames, -professor of Veterinary medicine at the college, and A. B. Calne, Ames, of the animal husbandry department. Speakers on the sheep program are Wade Hauser, Waterloo, sheep specialist of the Rath Packing company, and K. W. Stouder, C. W. McDonald, Fred J. Beard, J. G. Han- mcr and W. F. LaGrange, all of the college staff. Mrs. Patterson Funeral Held in Church at Gait GALT, Feb. 1.--Funeral services were held at the Congregational church for Mrs. Nan Patterson who died at Qrundy Center where she had been working. She leaves four sons and and one daughter. Interment was made in the Gait cem- ctci-y- Cookies Pound Assorted Kinds I Peas [ Win. Sweet Variety, No. 2 cans 11 Corn Standard S\yeol Corn, No. 3 cnn HeiilZ SOUP 2 Tins i Medium Tins, Assorted Fruits and Vegetables Bananas Golden Ripe Fruit, Pound 5 .lunior'.') idea of .swell parents: "They let him have the car whenever lie wants it."--Kcu'anco S t n r - C'ourler. Apples Rome Beauty, 8 Pounds BEFORE PRICES A D V A N C E Canneries r e s e r v e stocks are at low ebb . . . NRA cosfs ore higher . .. prices inevitably rise in near future . . . so !ay in a supply NOW . . . canned foods keep forever under normal conditions! Sterling Groceries and Meat Markets FRIDAY -- SATURDAY -- MONDAY WE DELIVER $1.00 ORDERS WE UESERVE TUB IlIGHT TO LIMIT MEAT DEPARTMENT Sterling Smoked Ham Butts, 11) 10c Sterling Smoked Country Sausage, 2 Ibs. 25c Sterling Veal Roasts, Ib lOc Sterling Veal Chops, Ib 15c Sterling Veal Stew, Ib v.. : ,.. 7c Decker's Beef Boil, Ib fie Decker's Pork Steak, 11) ,. lOe Decker's Pork Roasts. Ib lOc Decker's Pot Roast, Ih lOc Decker's Sliced Bacon, Ib 1 nc. Decker's Smoked Hams; Ib 12'/ 2 c Chickens Direct From Ihc Farmers Kggs Strictly Fresh--Direct From the Formers Oysters--Solid Tnt-li--Frosh FOR YOUIl HEALTH Monarch Grapefruit cJuire, large f u n IBc Monarch Ornnec-Grnncrniit Juice, large con.... loc Monarch Tomato Juice, medium enn 10i- Monarch Snuorkruut Julco, lurge 2i/ 2 can 15« Monarch Orange Juice, medium cini lOe Heinz. Tnmnto Juice, tall can Ifte. Cool Spring Tomato Juice, largo can lOc ~~~ FRUIT DEPARTMENT Bananas, Yellow, Ripe, Fancy, 5 Ibs 25c Lettuce, solid heads 5c Apples, Winesaps, U. S. No. A, 12-lb. puck 4!c Celery, large, fancy stalks TOc Grapefruit, coocl size. (i for 25c Apples, Fancy Romes, bushel 31.49 Apples, Fancy Winesaps, bushel $1.49 Oranges, good size, 2 dozen 35c Oranges, large, dozen 25c Oranges, extra large, dozen 35c Turnips, Carrots, Cucumbers, Cabling*?, Green Onions, Fresh Tomatoes, Cauliflower. THE BIG CHEESE DEPARTMENT 11)32 Now Vorlv, Highly Cured, Hi 38c Imported Swiss Gruynre, C Portions, pkg SOc Imported EngllDh Cheshire 6 Portions, pkg 'VBe Green County Brink Cheese, fine cure. It 32c Norwegian Primost Chceso, 111. brick 15c Wisconsin Fancy TxngTiorn Cheese, 11) IDf. Clear Lake Butler, Ib , ? Libby's Pears, 2 '/ 2 size can 5 9c Libby's Peaches, 2'/ 2 size can 19c Libby's Apricots, 2/ z size can 19c Monarch Grape Juice, pints 18c Gingcrale, large bottle 15c Kraft's Miracle Whip, Qts.25c Macaroni or Spaghetti, 5 P.kgs 25c Monarch Food of Wheat, large pkgs 15c Olives, large jar 25c Dill Pickles, quart jar 17c Monarch Peanut Butler, large jar 25c Amaizo Syrup, Dk. Gallon 39c Monarch Gelatine, 5 pkgs 25c Monarch Apple Butter, large j a r . . . . . . . . . 25c Monarch Yacht Club Peas, large can 15c Monarch Yacht Club Golden Corn, Ige. can 1 Oc Monarch Fruit Cocktail, (all can 18c Magic Washer, Large Pkg. 19c TOUR OLD FRIEND, TAXES Tbo office seekers n r n starting' 1o «omo out imd with the muni plan to Io\vor your tuxes. T liopc to live. lou£ pnimgli to sec IL man ivltu nervo enough to come- out. for office and announce to tliu public, (lint bo Is gohiff to doulilo our 1A.XC8. .( would lalo somo stock in tbnt UliKi of IL mnn. Kor over l;iO ynars they have- been promising us Mint (hey would lower taxes--yon know the result--:i Ultlii higher e»ch year. I don't; t h i n k th;it anyone Is R0in(f to Uick iilmtit higher taxes i|t. .this stofio or the Riimo, to relievo unemployment. What the taxpayer wants Is someone- to fthow them hniv tficy can nniko moris money «» they «nn pay more tuxes. Sterling Coal Feed Co. nil like pleasure--It Is a (front plcitsurc to burn Hint famous Sterling: Coul--it gives such wonderful heat. f.UKK B. MILLER JACK McCOLE, Carrots Frctth a.nil Crisp, Buncli Tomatoes For Slicing:, Pound Crackers, 2 Ib. Caddy . . . 19c CHURCH NEWS Holy Name Society, St. Joseph's Church Slipper and Card Party, Sunday, F«h. 4 McKlnloy 1*. T. A. Program anil Carnival Friday Night, 7:30, ut School--Admission I0r Sucrod Heart Guild, Ttnckwell, Town Prc-Lenton Fcstlvnl. Ixgli)n Hnll, Fell. B-7 Supper Served 5:30 P. M. Knoh TCvenlnj; H Banner Oats,Lge.Pkg.,2 for 25c KAKMHUS' 15NIOX M U K T I N t i Riii'tthinnl, Friday,' Fpt. 2. Kvoryonc Wi.-lcome Mustard, quart jars lac Toilet Paper, ( rolls 2nc Chipso, large |ikg., 2 for 29e Oxydol, giant size pkg 1!)c ·IMneapple, large 2'/» can 1 Oc £4 Chase Sanborn Coffee,lb.25c Monarch Breakfast Coffee, Ib Folger's Coffee, Ib. can H i e Jersey Cream Flour, 4!(-lb. bag SI.5!) Occident Flour, -19-lb. bag S2.0!) Gold Medal Flour. 49-lb."bag S2.0S1 Omar Flour, .1!)-lb. b a g . . . . . $1.S9 Kcllogg's AH-JJran, 2 pkgs 25c ^g Monarch Yacht Club Tuna, 2 Cans M l t . r . A K M K l t : -- U r i n e us y'Mir OKSTS--''I 1 *'! or Inul rsi-; r . v u K i . v G ri.Aci: HACK OF STOHK

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