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February 1, 1934

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 24

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TWENTY-FOUR MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE FEBRUARY 1 1934 ALIBI DEFENSE OF JOHN DILLINGER Lawyer Says Desperado Not in Area at Time of Shooting. CROWN POINT, Ind., Feb. 1. (#) --Louis Plquett, former city solicitor of Chicago, retained today by John Diliinger, stated after a conference with his client that the defense will be an alibi. Dilllnger, notorious desperado, is charged with the murder of a policeman in a bank holdup in East Chicago, Ind. . "We will contend that DilHnger was not in the Chicago area at the time of the holdup," Piquett said. "And if he la telling me the truth, we will be 'able to produce substantial witnesses to prove our contention. "It goes without saying that 1 am personally convinced that he is telling the truth." Is This Too Good for Your Cough? Creomulsion may be a better help than you need. It combines seven major helps in one--the best helps known to science. It is made lor quick relief, for safety. Mild coughs often yield to lesser helps. No one can tell. No one knows which factor will do most for any certain cough. So careful ueople, more and more, are using Creomulsion for any cough that starts. The cost is a little more than a single help. But your druggist guarantees it, so it costs nothing if , it fails to bring you quick relief. 'Coughs are danger signals. For safety's sake, deal with them in the best way known, (adv.) ADAMS DRUG CO. WATCH OUR SEVEN WINDOWS It is our intention to make your money buy ill our store more nationally advertised and known pure drugs, kindred merchandise and sundries, than in any other soundly financed drug store. Vicks Vaporub 23c; Vicks Nose Drops 39c; Vicks Cough Drops lOc; Sendol, -IZ's, 12c; 24's, 22c; 100's 59c; 5 Ibs. Wrisley's Perfumed Water Softener 39c; Gly-Cas 79c; Crazy Crystals ¥1.00 and $1.50; 12 oz. Parke-Davis Cod Liver Oil 79c; 60 Parke-Davis Medicated Throat Tablets 25c; Ex-Lax 7c; Bayer Aspirin 12's, 12c; 24's, 22c; 100's 59c; Anaciu 15c; Cystex 61c, 51-19; Lydia B. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound $1.09; Lydia E. Pinkbam's ,-Tablets $1-09; Dr. Miles Nervine 79c; Sloan's Family Liniment 27c, 59c, $1.09; Absorbent, Jr., $1.19, $2.19; Mike Martin's Liniment 79c; AdJerika 89c; Caiawell's Syrup Pepson, 5 oz., 49c; 12 oz. 89c; Tanlac S1.09; Konjola. 9Sc. Prescriptions at minimum prices skillfully and accurately compounded from fresh, pure drugs by experienced University Graduate Registered Pharmacists. 16- oz. Squibb's Mineral Oil SDc; Modess, the superior napkin, 15c; Kleenex 15c; Paragon Hot Water Bottle 49c; Fountain Syringe 49c; · Groves' Lavative Bromo Quinine 21c; Peruna 89c; Bon Kora 77c; Nujol49c, 79c; Agarol 69c, $1.09; Petrolagar 57c, 99c; -Fine Tar and Honey 29c; Pinex 49c; Allenrhu 09c, 51.19; Phillips Milk of Magnesia 21c, 37c; Phillips Milk of Magnesia Tablets 21c, 37c; Phillips Milk of Magnesia Dental Cream 19c; Lilll Anne Delicious Old Time Home- Macle Chocolates 60c; Whitman's Valentine Hearts 75c, §1.00, $1.50; Fairhill U-U., theater size 25c; V-Ib. 50c. We use Whitman's chocolate syrup at our fountain. Krank Combination Hair Oil and Shampoo 49c; Johnson and Johnson Zon Plate Brush 50c; 50 Dennison'3 New Sanitary Diaper Lining 25c. Anton Bock long Havana filler cigars 5c, lOc, 2 for 25c; Lucky Strike, Chesterfield, Camel and Old Gold Cigarettes 14c; all 50c size Shaving Creams and Tooth Paste 38c; 35c size 27c; 25c size ISc; best for less. FUEL PUMP and CARBURETOR SERVICE Central Battery Electric Company COAL LUMP (Cnt«rville $6.5O ton $6.50 ton L V UMP:.... $7-50 ton $8.OO ton SO. 1J.L. LUMP (Franklin County) Above Conls Best in Tliuir Respective Fields. WHY PAY MOKE? Wolf Bros. PHO3VE 1148 .ear Lake GIoIbe^Gazefte HELEN HENDRICKS News Editor Residence Phone 310-W No. 239 OFFICE PHONE LEE DEWIGGINS Circulation and Advertising Residence Phone 67 g foggggpraggi^B^^ KENYON'S ACES DRUB SHEFFIELD Visitors Stage Conieback in Last Half Tying Score - Twice. CLEAR LAKE, Feb. 1*.--Kenyon's Lazy Aces downed the Sheffield Athletic club 35 to 32 in a basketball game on the local court Wednesday night. After having a substantial lead through the first half, the visitors stepped on the scoring machine making 20 points in the last half and tying up the score two times. Kruggel, Lake guard, played a flashy brand of ball the first half sinking six baskets with little efl- :ort, making long shots as well as :he setups. Don Winnie had several .ries but made only three points the first half. "Shadow" Storck, the scoring ace of the Sheffield aggre- ation, shot short on' most of his attempts during the first half, but n the next part made 8 points. He was high scorer of the game with points. The locals led 22 to 12 at half and 2G to 25 at the third quarter, Culver, Sheffield guard, and Eck- mrdt, center, each sank long ones from the middle of the floor. The score was tied at 28 and again at 30. A gift shot made good by Kruggel and a. basket by Garlock gave the ocala a three point lead at the final blow of the whistle. The Gardner quintet defeated 'ookman's cagers, 26 to 22, in the opening tilt which is a part of the intramural schedule. Cookman led at first quarter," 6 to 4, but Estcr- gard, Gardner team center, was pood for four goals in a row and the captain added a gift shot to close the half at 13 to 6. Gardner, guard, chalked up three more and Cookman found his stride and was good for in the last half: With the shot by 3ill Beery, Cooky's team still agged four points. Kenyon's Lazy Aces will play a ·eturn game with Rockford on the ocal court Monday night. The local boys believe they can down this outfit on their home floor haying seen beaten 33 to 31 down there. Two intramural games will be held as openers. Game summaries: KBNVON'S--M Ff F t F 0 0 0 truftecl, iVJnnlc, jt Anderson Tripn. t Iralieny, f IsterRnrd, illCChy, c Irnser, jc "iiirtlncr, g t I 0 3 0 0 n i 2 3 1 0 J6 3 2 ·211 Ft Ft I'' 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 4 2 0 Fir Ft F H. Slorck, f 0 2 1 11. Stnrck, f 0 0 0 Thorn us, f 3 0 1 Kckharclt, c 4 0 1 Culver, f 1 f) n Rtilje, u 1 0 0 TolnTj 15 2 3 COOKMAN--22 F(T Vt F Cookman, f o o l Tuylnr, f 2 0 0 llnvls, c 0 (1 3 HOJB, K t o o Been, E I 0 0 Clear Lake Calendar Friday--Clear Lake vs. Britt high school basketball game, Commun- unity building, 7:15. Christian Workers meet. Sattirdnj---Dance at Clear Lake Country club. PLEASANT RELIEF FROM CONSTIPATION Shoulders droop under weight of years. Young, yet beauty has fled. Cheeks are sallow and drawn. Unsightly pimples. Keep your system clean and you keep the beauty of youth. Its energy. Its irresistible charm. Then life is not a failure. Clogged bowels and inactive liven cause poisons to seep through the system. Health vanished and with it beauty and energy. Dr. Edwards Olive Tablets will help save you from this dark hour. For 20 years they have been prescribed in place of calomel to men and women seek- in); health and freedom from constipation. They act easily and smoothly. No dangerous griping. Take nightly before retiring. Results will amaze you. Thousands of men and women would never be without Dr. Edwards Olive Tablets, a vegetable compound. Know them by tlieir olive color. 15c, 30c and GOc. All druggists. Terms as low as f 1 down. $1 n weckl Big Iradc-ins. All new 193i models on display. Como in -- sec and li ear them, Phllco moxfats from $2O up PEOPLES GAS ELECTRIC COMPANY Lakers Have Active ' Part in Peat Land Growers' Convention CLEAR LAKE, Feb. 1.--Sam Kennedy, Jr., spoke before the Peat and Land Vegetable Growers' association at Britt Wednesday afternoon on "Tiling and Preparing Peat Land for Crop." , His worker, Mervin Jensen, spoke on "Cultivating 200 Acres of Potatoes Alone Without a Cultivator," which was illustrated with slides. Ed Lincicum, ulso helper on the, Red Globe farm here,, spoke on the "Spraying of 1,-200 acres of Potatoes a Year Alone." Kennedy spoke Thursday afternoon on his new cleaning machine for onions and potatoes. Other local men attending the convention Wednesday included Ned O'Neill, George Newman, Dan Wilder and C. frarms. Mrs. Deibler Is Named Head of Church Circle CLEAR LAKE, Feb. 1.--Circle No. 7 of the Zion Lutheran Aid held its first meeting a,t the home of Mra. H. O. Urness, East Main street, Wednesday. Election of officers was held with Mrs. A. Diebler as president. Mrs. S. L. Hammersland was elected vice president and Mrs. J. Pead, secre- ;ary and treasurer. Mrs. J. Eliasen is in charge of publicity. Plans were made to meet the second Wednesday of each month. The next meeting will be held at the lome of Mrs. Ernest Anderson, South street, Feb. 14. Mrs. Pederson Hostess to Oweso Club Members CLEAR LAKE, 'Feb. 1.--Lake Lownship Oweso club held its annual aaaquet at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Pederson southeast of Clear Lake Wednesday noon. A dinner was served to which the hus- 3ands of the members were guests. Covers were laid for 50 persons. Mrs. Pederson and C. H. Sears played guitar and violin music and Mrs. S. L. Hammersland gave a reading. Eleanor Cramm also gave a reading:. Mrs. Hollenbeck read a poem and a skit was presented by Mrs. Cram and daughter, Eleanor. A review of the year's work was also given. CLEAR LAKE BRIEFS Dance, Clear Lake Country Club. Sat.; Sun., Feb. 3, 4. Each 40c. Mr. and Mrs. Kobcrt Netzer iyid family who have been living in the A. F. Moyer apartments, North Elm street, have moved tn Mason rit-v. Public Supper, Catholic Church, Thurs., 5:"" p. m. till served--25c. Jlrs. Eugene Whitney, North Second street, is suffering from a broken wrist which she received when she fell downstairs Wednesday morning. She is getting along nicely. She was given treatment at Phillips hospital. Sirs. Anna Thomas and daughter, Emmabelle, who have been living on East Main street, have moved to an apartment in the Anton Jefson house, South Fourth street. Joe Dare and family have moved from a place on King street to Gil North Fourth street. Mr. and Blrs. Carl C. Green returned Wednesday from a three weeks' wedding trip spent in Iowa and Minnesota. They have moved into their new home at Willow Inn on the north shore. Mr. find Mrs. I'au! Chrlstenson, Carleton street, plan to move to a place on King street soon. Herman Boyle left Wednesday for Chicago after spending several days with his parents-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. O. T. Hansen, South Third street. Mrs. Boyle remained for a longer visit with her parents. They plan to live in Chicago where Mr. Boyle ia associated with the Standard Oil company. They formerly lived at Mexico City. Mr. nnd Mrs. Merle Scanlnn, West North street, have moved to Mason City for the remainder of the winter. Mr. nnd Mrs. Ben Cottrell and children, East Main street, are visit ing this week with her parents at Sumner. Dr. anil Mrs. Kingsley Rogers (if Britt are the parents oC a son lxrn at their home nt Britt. The boy has been named Richard Ross. Mrs Rogers was Alice Jacobson, Clear Lake, prior to her marriage. The C. W. Tice family who nrc living northeast of Clear Lake, have rented the P. O. Ely farm at Ventura for this year. He will move March 3. Thft Clarence McGuIre family nill vacate the Robert Williams farm in Lake township and move to the farm now occunled by Ben Rail in Lincoln township March 1. Mr. nnd Mrs. P. A. Redfcnrn nnc daughter, Enola, have taken an apartment at the Hotel Rogers for the remainder of.the winter. Mrs. A. M. Ingcrsol who has been ill at the home of her son, R. C. ln- gersol, is showing Improvement. A. N. Anderson, \vho suffered n set-back several days ago, la improved today. Virgil Winnie has iiccepted a position in the office of Deckers, Mason City. A, B. PHILLIPS OUT FOR MAYOR F i r s t Candidate for C i t y Office Is Legion Member. CLEAR LAKE, Feb. 1.--The first cancl"ate in."-.e field of city politics is Dr. A. B. Phillips who has announced himself as a candidate for mayor. He.is running on an in- time Dr. Phillips dependent ticket. Prior to this has not been in city politics. He served on the Clear Lake school aoart? for several years in years past and has had the appointive office of health officer for several years, an office which he now holds. . , ; Dr. Phillips is a partner with his older brother, N. W. Phillips, in -\e Phillips hospital here. He received lis education at University of Iowa and has since practiced in ilear Lake. He served as army post physician during the World ,var. He is affiliated with the Rotary club/ Stafford post of the American ~jegion.and Commercial club. He is the father of three sons, all of whom are following a. career of medicine. City election will be held in March. Musicians Entertain for Lions Club Lunch CLEAR LAKE, Feb. 1.--Burt Ballard and Fred Shaffer enter- :ained members of the Lions club Wednesday noon at the weekly noon meeting at the Lions cafe. Shaffer played his accordion and Ballard sang. A. W. Verbeckmoes -was in charge of the program. STATE LIKELY TO 'MAKE REFUNDS At Any Rate Everybody Will Be Notified, Says Raymond. Refunds of the · excess amounts paid by. automobile owners before the new lower rates on .licenses went into effect wi'i likely. be made through the state motor vehicle department at Des Moines, L. L. Raymond, automobile clerk, stated Thursdays. "In either case those having refunds coming will be notified as soon, as possible," Mr. Raymond stated. i There was a comparative calm in the automobile.office Thursday following the rush o£ Wednesday. The additional, days of grace added 'by the state department will give .those who did not succeed in obtaining their plates an opportunity to procure .the licenses without penalty. Those-who have paid for the pet numbers may now obtain them at the courthouse, Mr. Raymond stated. A tptal of 6,000 licenses for 1934 have now been issued. Joe JohnsorrGarage Is Purchased By Bruchner CLEAR LAKE, Feb. 1.--The Joe Johnson garage on North Fourth street has been purchased by Carl Bruchner, 601 Kimball street, who will' take possession Monday. Mr. Johnson has not completed plans as to what he will do, but gave up the garage business because of his health. Harold Daniels, mechanic in the garage, will remain under the PARK THEATER THURSDAY - FRIDAY William Powell--Mary Astor "The Kennel Murder Case" lOc TO ALL Saturday -. Sunday "LITTLE WOMEN" new management. Mr. Bruchner is an experienced mechanic, having worked several years with Moffett and Thompson, East street. KIDNAPED, FREED AT IOWA FALLS South Dakota Man Says His Abductors Talked About Bremer Case. BROOKINGS, S. Dak., Feb. 1. (If) --Declaring he had been kidnaped and drugged In Minneapolis last Saturday by two men whom he overheard talking about the Bremer case, Herman S. Johnson, a local cafe owner, was back at home today, after having been picked up in a dazed condition at Iowa Falls, Iowa. Johnson, 45, president of the South Dakota restaurant association, has a bump on his head and says he remembers little that happened after he was ordered into an automobile on a Minneapolis street. He was recognized in Iowa' Falls CONCRETE BURIAL VAULT IN ATTRACTIVE FINISHES Air Sealed Water-Proof Everlasting No Rusting No Decaying No Sunken Graves Made by H E N K E L S3 9th St. S. E. Muion City, lows SOLII EXCLUSIVELY BY UNDERTAKERS by Forrest Duggan, a former Brookings resident and no\y a patrolman in the Iowa City and was returned to his home last night. Mrs. Johnson disclosed she had received a note from her husband Monday, saying he had been kid- naped by two men whom he had overheard talking in a Minneapolis cafe about the Bremer case. The note, mailed at Iowa City, was written on a piece of paper which appeared to have been torn from a grocer's sack. The aheriff's office said the affair apparently was a robbery attempt and expressed the belief that Johnson's assailants purposely discussed hte Bremer case within his hearing so he would think they were "tough guys" and offer no resis- tance. When found Johnson had $1.40 out of $14 he remembers ha.\~- ing- in Minneapolis. Student Special 25--Sx5 Prints and 1--8x10 Hand Painted in Oil Photograph {or only $5.85 RUSSELL PHOTO STUDIO Ph. 2273 Bagley-Beck BIdg. Specials for Fri. and Sat. Only! 30.\8'/j Red Moulded PJ^Q Inner Tube * "C IIADIO TttltY, Ech "B" BAT.... 79c GMC Spark Flugs In Sets, «} o each O J C Glass Frost Shield, large size 98c Glass Frost Shield, small size 49c Denatured Alcohol, 18 proof, 2 gallons f o r . . . . . . . . $1.00 Winter Motor Oil, wax free, per gallon 49c For Fords RADIATORS Model T $5.98 Ex. Model A, 1928-29, $8.85 Ex. 1925-26 For Chevrolets $8.35 Ex. 1929-30 $9.85 Ex. . 13 Plate Storage Battery, Guaranteed §3.39 Ex. Headlight.Bulbs, 6-SV, Single or Double, each lOc BATTERIES RECHARGED.. 40c I.UNCFl vacuum botile \Ve Carry Door Handles f o r Fords ntiil Chevrolet^. N. L. MICHAELS, Owner 102 SOUTH FEDEKAt, AVE. I Whether your budget is large, or whether it may "be fashionably slim, you'll be captivated ·with' the- delightful Outfits featured in our February Sale!'What the future may hold for price, only time can tell--but we DO know that you can make noteworthy savings in this great February Sale. INNERSPRING MATTRESSES Buy real sleepirig comfort 'during this Sale for less than you can hope, to later on! This low pi'ice for luxuriovis innerapring mattresses of splendid quality means a real saving! COIL SPRINGS qc .3O Another great Sale sensation! 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