Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on January 30, 1936 · Page 14
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Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, January 30, 1936
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FOURTEEN MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, JANUARY 30 1936 DIAMOND BROX. SPECIALS - FRIDAY and SATURDAY LARD (100% Pure) 2lbs.2Sc BEEF ROAST 12 2 c lb. Sirloin STEAK 15clb, LAMB ROAST 12tlb. HAMBURGER 3 Ibs. 28c PORK CHOPS 19c. lb. PORK LIVER, 2 Ibs : 2lc NECK BONES, pound 4 T / 2 c WIENERS ft pound:. . . Boston BUTTS Pound I7c Beef HEARTS Pound lOc Fancy Sliced BACON Pound 25c Beet SUGAR TO pounds Fresh Country EGGS Per Dozen 21c Graham CRACKERS % pound Box 18c Corn Country BUTTER per pound 35 MAXWELL HOUSE COFFEE, 1 lb. con 27c; 3 lb. con 75c SUNMTE JELL POWDER, 6 boxes 25c DIAMOND'S BEST CAKE FLOUR, 3-lb. pkg 19c Banquet CORN 3 No. 2 Cans 23c Choice TOMATOES 3 No. 2 Cans. . . 25c Fancy PUMPKIN 4 No. 2 Cans . 27c Park Hall PEAS 3 No. 2 Cans. . 25c POWDERED SUGAR, 3-lb. pkg ; . . 17c DOLE'S PINEAPPLE GEMS (Fancy Cubes, Excellent for Salads) No. 2'/2 can · _ · · · _ · · 23c OREGON PRUNES, 2 No. 21/2 cans . . . . . 25e Royal Seal ROLLED OATS Large box-.-. 15c Hubinger SYRUP Blue Label 10-lb.poil.47c Brick CHEESE Per pound . 23c Oyster CRACKERS 2 pounds.. T9c REPUTATION FLOUR, 49-lb. bag $1.45 DIAMOND'S BEST FLOUR, 49-lb. bag $1.65 PILLSBURY'S BEST FLOUR, 49-lb. bag . . . $2.10 Fancy DATES pounds... 23c Fancy CURRANTS per Pound PRUNES (40-50) pounds. . (Bulk) MINCEMEAT pounds... BLACK RASPBERRIES, No. 10 can 49c RED CHERRIES, No. 10 can 45c BLUEBERRIES, No. 10 can 69c Crystal White 6 ST.. 25c 1--lOc Box Super Suds FREE! GINGER SNAPS ji pounds Fancy CODFISH 4 pound box 2ic Blue Cross Tissue Toilet Paper 25c 1,000-Sheet Rolls ' A f*UflY BEAN SPROUTS, SOY SAUCE or BROWN SAUCE lOc V*m * MIXED VEGETABLES, 2Tc; CHOW MEIN NOODLES 19c EVR-REDY DOG FOOD, per can 5c 2 Ruby CATSUP Bottles . . . Salad DRESSING Quart Jar . . . . 23c Dill PICKLES Quart Jar 15c Fancy CHOCOLATES « pound box 25c JAPAN TEA (Bulk) per pound 17c MILLER CORN FLAKES, 3 large boxes 25c PURE COCOA, 2-lb. can ^^^^^ ' 15c RED SALMON "Nifco" 2 Tall Cans . . . . Morton's STOCK SALT pound bag Leading Brand Oyster Shells (Mullosca) 100 CHILI CON CARNE Cans Soybean OILMEAL Pound A« p« b a g . . . . ? l e ) f HEAD LETTUCE (Large) 4 for 25c GREEN TOP CARROTS, per bunch . . 5c RED ONIONS, 10 pounds 25c CRANBERRIES pounds... Rome Beauties APPLES pounds.. Navel ORANGES Per Dozen 22C Marsh Seedless GRAPEFRUIT 7 for 25c SWEET POTATOES (Fancy) 6 pounds 25c POTATOES, Early Ohios, per peck 25c; 100-lb. bag $1.45 507 GAME LAW ARRESTS IN 6 MONTHS HAKES FUNERAL TO BE SATURDAY Former Rector at Muscatme Dies After Illness of Five Days. MUSCATINE, Jan. 30.--The Rev. Webster HaKes, for 18 years pastor of Trinity Episcopal church here, died at St. Luke's hospital in. Davenport at 5:30 o'clock Wednesday afternoon after a five day illness of heart disease. Mr. Hakes was stricken suddenly at Davenport last Friday while enroute -with relatives to Peoria, 111., to attend the funeral of his eldest son, Webster H. Hakes, who died Jan. 22, the victim also of heart disease. The son's burial took place here Saturday . Teammate of Camp. The Rev. Mr. Hakes was born at Norwich, Conn., on March 20, 1858, the son of Albert H. and Martha Webster Hakes. He was graduated from Yale in the class of-1881, a contemporary and.teammate on the Yale football team of the famous Walter Camp, originator of "All America" football teams. After teaching several years as a professor of. mathematics and latin, he was married to Maude Mary Crampton of Rock Island, 111., on June 17, 1884. He was graduated from Western Theological seminary in Chicago, where his work in the Episcopal ministry began. He later came to Iowa, serving Trinity church here eighteen years before retiring six years ago. Member of Lodges. He was a member of the Masonic and Elks lodges of Muscatine and a charter member of the Muscatine Rotary club. Surviving him are a widow, Mrs. Maude Crampton Hakes of Muscatine, one daughter, Mrs. Lee P. Loomis of Mason city and a son, Clifford C. Hakes, Muscatine, all of whom were at his bedside at the time of his death. There are three sisters, Mrs. Albert Vilas and Mrs. Claudia Sutherland, both of Santa Barbara, Cal., and Mrs. Fred Deacon of Bailey's Harbor, Wis. The body has been brought to Muscatine and the funeral will be held at 9:30 o'clock Saturday forenoon at the Trinity Episcopal church with Bishop Harry S. Longley of the Episcopal diocese of Iowa in charge. Burial will be in Greenwood cemetery here. Four Arrested for Concealing Stolen Property Convicted OTTUMWA, Jan. 30. (#)--Four tri-city persons, arrested here last November for concealment of stolen property were found guilty late Wednesday by a district court jury of eight men and four women. Judge R. W. Smith said the group will receive sentences next Monday. Included in the alleged theft ring are John Hofmann, alias Bob Morris; Lillian Fowler, Faith Atwood and Ray Mills. A fifth member of the party, Frank Myers of Moline, JJ1., gained his freedom Tuesday when defense counsel won a motion for a'directed verdict. Mrs. Shover Files for Divorce in Emmetsburg EMMETSBURG, Jan. 30.--A divorce petition has been filed in district court here by Mrs. Ruth Morling Shover, daughter of the late E. A. Morling of Emmetsburg, Iowa supreme court justice, against R. A. Shover of Cedar Rapids on charges of cruelty. The petition states that Shover is financially worth $150,000 and the court is asked to fix a monetary settlement. The couple, married in 1919, has one daughter, Florence, 15, whose custody is sought by the mother. Shover, a former Emmetsburg bank director, will contest the action, it is reported. Mrs. Shover and her .daughter have tak- ken an apartment here. Charles Kmney, Near Plymouth, Succumbs PLYMOUTH, Jan. 30.--Charles Kinney, known as "Uncle Charley," died Wednesday morning at the home of his nephew, Charles Fromm, 2Vz miles southwest of town where he made his home. The time of the funeral has not been announced. 172 Placed in Jobs in North Iowa for Week FORT DODGE, Jan. 30.--State and national employment offices in Fort Dodge placed 172 in jobs last week. 30 being placed by the state office in Webster county. The 30 jobs were equally divided between government and private placements. The national service placed 130 men and 12 women. By counties the report was: Palo Alto, 59: Franklin, 23, Hamilton, 13; Wright, 11; Winnebago, 10; Humboldt, seven; Kossuth, seven; Worth, four; Calhoun, four; Pocabontas, three, and Harain, one. Know Yoyr State A Fact a Day About loway! IOWA farms have chickens whose total value was $14,566,000. HERE and THERE Miscellaneous Items From 125 Globe-Gazelle Correspondents in North Iowa and Minnesota. Former Resident Dies. McINTlRE--Leonard Steele, Mc- Intlre, received news of the death of his uncle, Morris Barker, 74, former local resident, in Hutchins, Tex. Transferred to Clarinda. ORCHARD--Robert Kreuger and Walter Onken have been transferred from the CCC camp at Cresco to the CCC camp at Clarinda. Walter came home on Monday to spend a few days at home. Teac-hers Hold Meeting. CLA.RKSV1LLE--T h e S u n d a y school teachers of the Lutheran church enjoyed, a social evening at the home of the pastor, the Rev. S. M. Becker and family, Tuesday. Operator Is Rehjred. FERTILE--The directors of the telephone company rehired Mrs. Amy Nye as operator at the exchange for the coming- year. On account of illness, Mrs. Nye gave the position up for the winter and Mrs. Melvin Oredson has been filling the vacancy. Mrs. Nye is now much improved in health. Car Fire Put Out THORNTON--The car belonging to Orvil Peter caught fire on the road to Clear Lake near the John Inghram home. He and Miss Carrie Mickelsen were going to Mason City where Miss Mickelsen is employed. Passersby gave aid and put the fire out. Miss Mickelsen suffered frozen ears. Returns to West. THORNTON--Donald S t r i e b y, who has been visiting here with his uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Reibe, the past four months left for his home in Everett, Wash., Tuesday. Founder's Program Given. · ROCKFORD--Mrs. F. E. Bird entertained chapter ED, P. E. O., at her home. The Founder's day program was in charge of Mrs. R. F. Dunkelberg in which she was assisted by seven members. Two solos were sung by Mrs. Bird. Party to Be Feb. 3. CLARKSVILLE -- The American Legion auxiliary will sponsor a public card party and serve lunch at the I. O. O. F. hall Monday night, Feb. 3. Submits to Operation. LITTLE CEDAR--Geneva Johnson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ra» mus Johnson, living north of town, submitted to a major operation at St. Mary's hospital in Rochester, Minn., Tuesday. She and her mother have been in Rochester at the clinic since Jan. 16. Visitors From Spokane. ALLISON--G. H. Van Vlack and son, George, of Spokane, Wash., are visiting the former's mother and sister, Mrs. Ethel Gough, and Mrs. Mary E. Van Vlack. At State Convention. GARNER--Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Nelson, Charles Goll and Charles Haes are in Des Moines attending the state grain dealers' convention. Visits Wife at Oakdale. MITCHELL--J. W. Mason drove to Oakdale, where he spent Saturday and Sunday with his wife, who is a patient in the sanitarium there. Presented by Mrs. Oldson. ROCKFORD--Mrs. Ruth Oldson presented the program on "Child Labor Laws" at a meeting of the American. Association of University Women at a meeting at the home of Mrs. F. E.'Bird Saturday afternoon. Visitor From Amns. LATIMER--Miss Elizabeth Sorensen of Ames spent the week-end at the home of her parents,'Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Sorensen. Bible Class Meets. LITTLE CEDAR--Fifteen members of the Bible Study class met at the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Wolf The Rev. H. M. Tiffany conducted the lesson. The next meeting will be held at the Morton Schuchart home Feb. 10. Arrives From Des Moines. SWALEDALE -- John Willey of Des Moines joined Mrs. Willey, who has been visiting with her father, Charles Hemphill, since the holidays. They expect to be here several weeks longer before returning home. Return to Delaware. CHAPIN--Mr. and Mrs. Merla Ruble and John Futcher left for Rehoboth Beach, Del., after a several weeks' visit with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Ruble. Ill With Pneumonia. THOMPSON--Clarence Sperring is seriously ill with pneumonia and pleurisy. He lives in the outskirts of Thompson. Nearly Severs Toe. MITCHELL^--Galen Skuster nearly severed the big toe from one of his feet with an ax while chopping wood. Conducts Cooking School. ROCKFORD--Mrs. Eleanor Yen- erich left Saturday to resume work as demonstrator in cooking schools. She will conduct schools at Shenandoah, Eagle Grove, Grundy Center and Algona. Visitor From Illinois. LATIMER--Mr. and Mrs. Paul Joist of Mount. Prospect. 111., visited several days at. the Mrs. Lizzie Im- ermann home and also with other friends and relatives in and around Latimer. Founders' Day Observed. NORTHWOOD -- Founders' day- was observed by chapter ES of ths P. E. O. sisterhood of this city Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs. C H. Dwelle. Mrs. L. D. Beckett was in charge of the ceremony which included a candle lighting service. Miss Dorothy Dwelle played soft piano music during the service and also sang two songs, words for the songs and the poems read having been written by Mrs. Morris Sanford of Cedar Rapids, formerly Miss Helen Collin of Northwood. Honored by Club. GARNER --Jay Vendelboe was honored by the members of the local Lions club before leaving for Mason City to make his home. He and Mrs. Vendelboe moved to Mason City where he takes up his work as 4-H club director for Cerro Gordo, Hancock, Worth and Floyd counties. Home From Hospital. CHAPIN -- Loren Ruble, oldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Ruble, returned home Tuesday evening from the hospital at Hampton where he was operated for appendicitis. Submit to Operation. DOWS--Shirley, little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harley Jacobsen, was operated on for appendicitis Tuesday forenoon at the Lutheran hospital in Hampton, Lawrence Johnson. 20, son of Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Johnson, was taken to the Lutheran hospital and underwent an operation for appendicitis immediately. Leave for Texas. HAMPTON--Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Boehmler left Wednesday on a motor trip to San Antonio, Texas, where they will spend several months. Youth, Just Wed, Held to Jury for Forgery EMMETSBURG, Jan. 30.--Russell Bergeson oC near Ringsted, sought for several weeks on a forgery charge, was bound over to the grand jury here Wednesday after the youth's father turned him over to Palo Alto county officers. Bergeson is accused of signing an Emmetsburg farmer's name to a check for $20 which he cashed at the Beebe clothing store here. He is reported to have been married Saturday. MRS, OVERBOE, 91, SUCCUMBS Funeral on Saturday at New Hampton for Resident of Iowa 75 Years. NEW HAMPTON, Jan. 30.--Funeral services will be held Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock for Mrs. Peter Overboe, 91. She died Wednesday following a long illness. She was a resident of -this section of Iowa for 75 years. She was born in Norway on March 16, 1S44, and came to the United States when 13 years old. Her husband and- a daughter, Mrs. T. H. Thoresen survive. 47S CONVICTIONS IN STATE LISTED 43 Guns and Many Pieces of Fishing Equipment Are Confiscated. DBS MOINES, Jan. 30. UP)--The state conservation commission reported today that 507 arrests were made for game law violations in Iowa during the six months period ending Jan. 1. Of those arrested, 479 were convicted and fined a total of $10.401.38, of which $5,575 was suspended. Jail sentences totaled 1,382 days. Two hundred seventeen arrests were for violations of hunting regulations. 215 for alleged violation of fishing regulations and the remainder for alleged violation of trapping and miscellaneous regulations. Forty-three guns and a number of pieces of fishing equipment, nel.» ( seines and traps were ordered confiscated. Have you started that new Globe- Gazette "serial story, "With All My Heart?" You'll be the loser if you don't follow this Sara Christy novel. It appears dally on the market page. FREE--TWO DOLLAR ORDERS DELIVERED--FREE PHONE 1591--CASH FOR EGGS--PHONE 1591 Tru-Blu Yellow, White Cornmeal 17c Fancy Blue Rose Rice I Pounds in Cello 17c Washes Everything Ririso m Large Pkg. . Giant Bars P.andG. Bars. 23c Farmers' Best Stock Salt 100 Bog 65C 50-lb. blocks 39c Folger's Coffee Pound 2 Pounds 29c 56c No. 1 Wisconsin Longhorn Colby Cheese 23c Pound American Beauty Mac. or Spag. Pounds in Cello For Fine Fabrics Lux Powder Small Pkgs. 15c Pantry Pride Vanilla 8 OZ. Bottle Buckeye Rolled Oats Quick or Regular 5S? He Fancy Sunshine Asst. Cookies Pound in Cello 19c Michigan Navy Beans Pounds in Cello. 15c Bars The Beauty Soap Camay 21c Sawyer's Fancy Fig Bars Ginger Snaps Pounds in Cello 2 FRESH Early Ohio Potatoes FRUITS AND VEGETABLES 15 Pound Peck . Tex-Rio Seedless Grapefruit 25c 5 80 Size Fancy 2 Pounds. 3Sc Fresh, Crisp 3 Bunches IOC Crisp, Solid New Cabbage Pound California Iceberg Head Lettuce 2 5 Doz. Size . . Roma Brand Coffee Ground Before Your Eyes Pound Robb Ross Pancake Pound Bag . . Liberty Bell 2 Pound Box . Grohoms, 2 Ibs.. . 20c ffiffflmftfiftgftffiHiM Heinz Assorted ; Large Cans . Strikalite Box Carton Del Monte Golden Corn 2 No. 2 Cans . 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