The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on December 11, 1933 · Page 12
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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 12

Mason City, Iowa
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Monday, December 11, 1933
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.TWELVE MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE DECEMBER 11 1033 VENTURA STORE BROKEN INTO Five Guns, Supply of Shells and Wrenches and Augers . Are Taken in Night , VENTURA, Dec. 11.--The Trtp- lett hardware store was broken Into early Sunday morning and five guns and 500 ahotgun sheila aud 5,000 rifle shells were stolen. Entrance, to the store was gained from the rear door to the basement. Four large holes had been bored into the door with an auger. The bar of the door had been lifted. From the basement, the thieves gained entrance to the upstairs by boring through a panel of a closet. The exit was made through the front door which was also bored with four large holes. One .22 automatic Winchester rifle, a .22 special Remington rifle with Lyrnan sights, a model 197 Winchester 12 gauge shotgun with s burn on the butt plate, a 12 gauge Stevens pump gun and and a 410 double barrel shotgun and 500 Nitro Exnress No. 6 shotgun shelJs and 5,000 .22 rifle shells, including shorts, longs and long rifle, were taken. Several Cresc%nt wrenches and auger bif.a were also taken, Benson of Mason City on Hamoton Program HAMPTON. Dec. 11.--Clarence T. Benson, traveling' representative for the Klipto Loose-Leaf company of Mason City and former county superintendent of Cerro Gordo schools, will be the speaker at a meeting of the Hampton Parent- Teachers' association Monday evening, at the high school auditorium in Hampton. Mr. Benson's subject ·will be, "What Are- School Essentials?" A program of folk dances and a playet, "Elsie in Bookland," will be given by grade pupils super- NATION'S FINEST BEEF ON HOQF This blocky Aberdeen Angus steer. BriarcUfJC Model, was adjudged grand champion beef »t«er at the International Livestock exposition in Chicago. It was the second.tlme In three yeara Briarclilf Farms of Pine Plains, N. Y., owned by OaWolgh Thomo-(right), had won the honor. At left is Walter Blggar, vefernn judge who coroes from Dalbeattie, Scotland, every year to pick the grand champion. {Associated Press Photo). vised by Miss Thelma Flddick. The sixth grade pupils will serve refreshments following the program with Mrs. B. A. Little and Mrs. H. I*. Collins as acting- chairmen. The Rev. P. J. Same, pastor of Trinity Lutheran church in Newport News, Va,, spends his spare time making violins for the fun of it. STORAGE BUTTER STOCKS LARGER National Milk Co-Op Blames Production Increase and Consumption Drop. WASHINGTON, Dec. 11 JF--Due to increased production and a decline in consumption during the first 10 months of 1933 cold storage stocks of creamery butter' totaled 160,390,000 pounds on Nov. 1, an increase of 83,502,000 pounds over the same date In 1932, the National Co-operative Milk Producers federation said today. Production has outrun consumption by approximately 97,000,000 pounds this year, the federation estimated, since cold storage stocks on Jan. l were about 4,600,000 pounds less than on Jan. 1,1932. First 10 Months. Estimated production for the first 10 months of 1933 was 1,511,965,000 pounds as compared with 1,463,501,000 pounds for the same period in 1932, an increase of 48,464,000 pounds. Since 1922 production has increased by about 50,000 pounds each year so that this year's increase was close t normal. Consumption of butter during the first 10 months of the year was only 1,363,695,000 lounds as compared with 1,422 786,000 pounds during 1 the same period in 1932, a decrease of 49,091,000 pounds. Iowa Is Responsible. Iowa is responsible for 27.71 per cent of the increase, the federation estimated, Minnesota for 26.52 per cent, Nebraska for 18.2 per cent, South Dakota for 9.42 per cent, Michigan for 8.38 per cent, New York for 7.41 per cent and Missouri for 5.71 per cent. Some states, however, decreased their production. Wisconsin cut its churning by approximately 8.000,000 pounds and influenced the national increase 1G.03 negatively other states which had a negative influence aud their percentages of IF. You're in Doubt about what to GIVE follow the ADS in the Mason City Globe-Gazette HEALTH CHAMPS CUT THEMSELVES SLICE OF MEAT Adjudged the nation's healthiest 4-11 youngsters in connection with the International stock show In Chicago were Shirley Caroline Drew, 17 (left), of Fayette, Mo., and Clista Millspaugh, 16, of Mount Pleasant, Iowa, who tied for honors among girls, and Glenn L. Sherwood, 19, of Lamed, Kans., healthiest boy. Here they are sampling a bit of do luxe roast beef. (Associated Tress Photo). effect were: Washington, 5.89; Illinois, 4.7; North Dawota, 1.19 and Utah .87. Alabama, with a Negro population of 944,834, has only four Negro lawyers, the bureau of the census reports. Reports Loan Group Not Formed in Waseca County GARNER, Dec. 11. -- Sheriff E. P. Hanson made a trip to his farms located in Waseca county, Minn., Friday. Mr. Hanson made the trip for the purpose of getting a loan on corn he has stored near New Richland. Mr. Hanson reported organization for corn loans has not been formed in that county. He said this, he thought, was due to the fact that there ia no county agent there. 100 Hear Croughan Talk at Lawler on Corn Loans LAWLER, Deo. 11.--A meeting of farmers and businessmen sponsored by the Farm Union and Farm Holiday associations, held in the Woodman hall, was attended by approximately 100 persons. Charles Croghan of Woodbine explained In detail the contents of the contract presented to the farmers by the government plan. He expressed doubt concerning the permanent beneficial results of the plan. Three Plays to Be Given at Fenton Friday Night FENTON, Dec. 11.--Three one- act plays will be staged here Friday by Fenton, LonerocU and Burt schools. The titles are as follows: "The Dummy," Burt; "Rats," Lonerock; "Hans Von Smash," Fenton, The cast of 'Hans Von Smash" includes August Jleyer; Lloyd Cornelius; Oscar Berkland; Maynard Jenta, Lola Warner, Verabel TJlfera, Donna Jean Bailey. The play is under the direction of the superintendent, M.-E. Otterness. Masonic School Held at Dumont Attended by 80 DtTMONT, Dec. 11.--About 80 at. tended the two day school of instruction held Thursday and Friday at the Masonic hall by the Good Hope lodge No. 655.- Sixteen towns were represented. Among those present were Dave Tripp, Colfax, chairman of the board of custodians; Dr. Joor, Charles City; past grand deacon; H. L. Searle, Bristow, past senior grand warden. L. J. Poole, Charles City, had charge of the school. . . MANLEY'S COMPLETE Close-Out SALE VALUES! BARGAINS! Three Floors of BRAND NEW MERCHANDISE What Would You Charge? If you were offered the job of counting the items in this huge Close-Out Sale. IE It All Fell Off The Roo£! Thousands of dollars worth--into the middle of State street--you'd be surprised at the pile it would make. It Doesn't Seem Necessary! To close the store all day TUESDAY but we have to arrange the stock--RETAG and MARK THE GOODS DOWN AGAIN to CLOSE-OUT PRICES. THE LADY NEXT DOOR! Asked us this morning if we would save her some of the big bargains we will offer in our big Close-Out Sale. But you just can't do a thing like that. Other customers might feel slighted; so we cautioned her to get here early Wednesday morning and come every day for the not advertised extra special bargains. UNDERWEAR and LINGERIE Under where? Well, even if Miss Genevieve doesn't wear 'em any more, the others do. So Miss Genevieve will spend most of her time in the Lingerie Department. About $2,000 worth of "Kayser" Lingerie will be offered in our Close-Out Sale. HOSIERY Beautiful -- sheer -- lovely shades -- delightfully appealing. Well, here are $3,000 worth that will go on sale at--No, we mustn't tell you--because we think you would rather come and see for yourself. RUGS If the wifie and us were getting married right now, just wouldn't we get us some of these What-Nols, Foot Stools, Smoker Cabinets, Sewing Cabinets, End Tables, Butterfly Tables, Tilt-Top Tables. Lovely- lovely and the beauty and the sheer plainness of simple elegance. And our pick--your own pick--of the entire lot--hundreds of them--all different. Well in another day it'll be all over town. "Let Him Amongst You" who is without words tell about the rugs. He'll get just as far as we can. When you've seen bale after bale--pile after pile-bundle after bundle roiled out for your inspection-you'll be just as speechless as we are. All are going on sale in this great Close-Out Sale at prices you would hardly believe if you heard them. TABLE LINENS The dull, smooth whiteness of a newly ironed table cloth gives a guest that thrill of delightful anticipation. Shucks--what we mean to say is--can you ever get half enough white things, linen things? Nearly $5,000 worth to choose from in our Close-Out Sale. LUGGAGE by the carload--TOILETRIES by the tableful--DRUGS by the barrell--LEATHER GIFT NOVELTIES by the roomful--SHOES by the hundred--a mountain of BLANKETS, CURTAINS, INFANTS WEAR- COATS and DRESSES galore! Full Particulars in Tuesday's Paper MANLEYS MASON CITY IOWA QUITTING BUSINESS Watch for Tomorrow's Paper

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