Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on July 25, 1935 · Page 15
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 15

Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, July 25, 1935
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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, JULY 25 1935 FIFTEEN M Ir HIGHWAY PATROL FORCE ASSIGNED Divided Into 3 Divisions for Duty to Start Aug. 3. DES MOrNES, July 25. UB-- Secretary of State Mrs. Alex Miller today assigned territories to her new highway patrol force and ordered active duty to begin Aug. a. Each of the patrolmen will be required to remove from his present home to the territory to which he has been assigned. He will work out of. his new headquarters. The patrol has been divided into three divisions: Day patrol, night patrol, and motorcycle squad. Assignments Are Listed. The temporary assignments include: Claude Benedict, Garner; Benjamin B. Bentzinger and Ronald Eichardson, Davenport; Lyman Case, Clinton; Robert Caviness and Merle Hall, Fort Madison; William W. Carter, Russell Fisher, Samuel Shaffer, Claude Shearer, Henry J. Weber and Carl Wiuff. Des Moines; James Clapp and Edgar Faber, Albia. Charles Cole, Clarence B. Day and Joe Dixon, Council Bluffs; Warren Crane, Burlington; Donald Danford and James Gilson, Denison; Lyle W. Dawson, Carroll; Harold F. Fisher, Joseph C. West, David Herrick and Stuai't A. Stringham, EstherviUe; Mark Flanagan, Fort Dodge; James Gildroy, Iowa City, Are in Mason City. Jesse Goetsch, Dubuque; Richard Hohl, Waterloo; Herbert Jennings, Independence; Big-fried Jespersen, Cherokee; James Kegley and Kermith W, Rhoades, Cedar Rapids; Lou Krieger, Greenfield; Kenneth Lochner, Oskaloosa; James Machholz, Albert Sterling and George C. Weeks, Sioux City; Everett Martin, Marshalltown; Robert G. Martin, Centerville; William Matias, Mount Pleasant; Karl Meinhard and John L. Smith, Mason City; Lloyd Meyer, Decorah; Oran Pape. Muscatine; Robert Reese, Charles City; Herbert Reynolds, Clarinda; and Wayne E. Ulm, Mount Ayr. Two additional assignments remain to be made, Mrs. Miller said, the first list including only 48 members of the patrol of 50 trained officers. Assigned to Duties. Duty assignments include: Day Patrol -- Meyer, Jennings, Goetsch, Gildroy, Pape, Matias, Hohl, Lochner, Robert Martin, Russell Fisher, Everett Martin, Shaffer, Benedict, Flanagan, Krieger, Ulm, Dawson, Cole, Sterzing and Jespersen. Night Patrol--(Two men to a car)--Harold Fisher and West; Smith and Meinbard; Gilson and Danford; Day and Dixon; Shearer and Weber; Clapp and Faber; Kegley and Rhoades; Bentzingcr and Richardson; Caviness and Hall; Weeks and one yet unassigned. Motorcycle S q u a d -- Herrick, Stringham, Reese. Machholz, Carter, Wiuff, Case, Crane, Reynolds and one yet unassigned. The patrol will start practice duty this week, working in ami around Des Moines. Each night the officers will report back at the training camp for discussion of problems encountered on duty and for further instruction. Engineers to Get Examinations. DES MOINES, July 25. W)-Ross Ewing, secretary of the state board of engineering examiners, said examinations for all types of engineers are to be held at the statehouse Sept. 4, 5 and 6. Applications to take the tests should be filed with Ewing before Sept. 1. Transferred to Britt. GARNER, July 25.--M. J. Mertz, who has managed the Basket Grocery for several years, has been transferred to Britt by the owner, Mr. Ashland of Clear Lake. S. A. Pollock succeeds Mertz. RITE WAVS BIG- W /Tsk ^ Mason City Division -- WEEK OF JULY 26th to AUGUST CORN FLAKES * JACK SPRAT . . . Oven tested and crisp R Grocer Coffee J£ 21c Strictly oven fresh Choc. Cream Coffee *£ 3k Fresh--because it's vacuum packed. Ofrt CK.III VBBl I Illf TOtt-ET LUA SOAP ·Till* NOU1CNOLI 3 barsl«/C LUX -- lOc , se .23c RINSO-- 8c , E ,21c LIFEBUOY 3 19 C WtALTM SOAP J b a r s l ^ V P. D. FLY M B .* the real economy weafc SPRAY 43c Knocks 'em dead . . . kills flies, mosquitoes, ants, moths, roaches, etc. "BRANDED" FOODS --and good price "steers' too. Jack Sprat . . . 2--15 OZ. bran aids digestion pkgs. 23C WHEAT FLAKES lOe Goes farther . . . . doesn't scratch--because made with pure Seismotite. Ask Your E Grocer about the amazing opportunity to secure Wm. A. Rogers Al Plus Quality Silverware. 2 cans 14e Jack Sprat . . . 10 o; stay crisp -j^ in cream SHREDDED pkgs. 2jC The National Breakfast BISQU1CK 35c Light, fluffy biscuits--in a jiffy! The safe "no scrubbing" soap !ge. 93 pkg. £,^ Bar |p Quick, sudsy lather . . removes grease. Mayflower . . delicious fruit flavors 2 Ib. 32 . ° Z 1 @P jar ?*» Mayflower . . . crisp, crunchy dills Jack Sprat . . . 303 Tall Ambassador ·! g A /m brand . ro ] ls I^t£ \ cotton soft ·\ MATCHES,^ 2Jc True American brand ... full count 2--2-1 oz. Q« pi'i«s. yiu Jack Sprat . . . plain typo In Band 48 Years A record in the ranks of mu- sichms is believed to have been established recently when William Muthcws completed 48 years of service as a member of the P. and O. band of Canton, 111. The band has represented the P. and O. plow factory cl the International Harvseter company since 1851. Lyle School Levy Is Reduced $500 for Year LYLE, Minn., July 25.--A levy ol $3.500 or $500 less than last year, was voted at the annual school meeting here. H. E. Lerud and Nick Severson were elected directors. For the first time since the present schoolhouse was built in 1906; the district is free from bonded indebtedness. During the past 23 years $13,900 in bonds has been paid up. The last bond of $1,000 was retired July 1. The board also hired Miss Alma Kraft of Gilman, 111., to the position in high school left vacant by the resignation of Miss Angeline Nett- land. Commercial Tea«her Resigns. GARNER, July 25.--The Garner school board Tuesday accepted the resignation of Miss Ada Scheure- mann, commercial teacher in the Garner schools the past three years. Miss Scheuremann lives in Oskaloosa. She will teach at Centerville. The vacancy has not been filled. Return From Vacation. FLOYD--Dr. N. C. Flater returned from a three weeks' vacation in Minnesota. The Perfect Tea for in Phone 1591 $2.00 ORDERS DELIVERED FREE WE PAY CASH FOR EGGS The farmer is harvesting his crops . . . we at Piggly Wiggly are harvesting a big crop, too, a crop of extra fine values. Fresh fruits and produce in abundance . . . groceries and household products of long-established qualify . . . they are all here in this mammoth selling event. Come and save. Brown Label Black or Japan Green rt.r I *7° id! ±2 Half Pound! Ou.rt Poun Folger's Coffee 1 pound tin . 30c 2 pound tin . 58c Quality Brand Fruit Nectar 8 ox. Bottles Libby's 25c No. 1 Wis. Longhorn Pound Favorite Peanut Butter K nd Or Gingersnaps Pounds in Cello Strikalite Carton Van Camp's ( Medium Tins . . Peacock Asst. 1 Large Bottles FRESH FRUITS AND VEGETABLES New Peck Sunkist 216's, Dozen Oranges New Cabbage Pound Harvest Apples Pounds Home-Grown Large Bunches Fancy Pound Pure Cider Vinegar Gallon Powdered or Brown Pounds Large Pkgs.. Roma 1 pound . . . . 17c 3 pounds . . . . 49c Bottle Pkgs. We Carry a Complete Line of "KERR" MASON JARS and CAPS or Lux Bars Giant Bars Midwest Sour Cherries 49c Black Raspberries . . . 59c SO-CALLED GALLON FRUITS Blackberries . Loganberries Sliced or Halves Peaches . . . 49c Apricots 49c Sterling Groceries and Meat Markets No. 1 -- No. 2 -- No. 3 -- No. 4 WE DELIVER $1.00 ORDERS We Reserve the Right to Limit SPECIALS FOR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY Fruit Department Watermelons, large 35c Peaches, bushels $1.99 Bing Cherries, box $1.39 Plums, basket 49c Grapes, 2 Ibs 25c Apricots, basket $1.99 Tomatoes, 3 Ibs 25c Large Oranges, 2 dozen 39c Dill Pickles, large jar 17c Olives, large jar 25c Tall Cans Pink Salmon, 2 for 25c Old Fashioned Harvest Cookies, Ib 22c Kraft's Mayonnaise, pints 25c Kraft's Mayonnaise, 8 ozs 15c Longhorn Cream Cheese, Ib 15c Large Ketchup, 2 for 25c Peas, large can lOc Sweet Corn, large No. 2 can lOc Van Camp's Pork and Beans, can 5c Van Camp's Beans, No. 10 can 35c Peanut Butter, large jar 29c Bliss Coffee, Ib 19c Pure Cider Vinegar, gallon 25c Jar Rings, 3 dozen lOc You are going to have a big harvest this year and you will need a lot of groceries for threshing. We are going to make special prices on harvest orders during the threshing season. Bring us your eggs--cash or trade--any of the 4 stores. Sterling Coal Feed Co. LUKE B. MILLER JACK McCOLE, Mgr. - r J MASON FRUIT JARS -- PLAIN |1? Fruit Jars, qucrts, d o z e n . . . . 45c Fruit Jars, pints, dozen 37c Certo, large bottle 25c Gum Drops, Ib 10c Harvest Cookies, Ib 19c Paper Napkins, 100 for lOc Monarch Gelatine, package 5c Large Package Post Toasties lOc Large Package Corn Flakes lOc Brooms, extra good 49c Folger's Coffee, Ib 30c Folger's Coffee, 2 Ibs 58c ICE CREAM SOCIAL FRIDAY EVENING ST. JAMES LUTHERAN CHURCH On the Church Lawn HOLY FAMILY BAKE SALE Damon's Store, Saturday, July 27 Fly Ribbon, 4 rolls 5c Kraft's Brick Cheese, 2 Ibs 49c 100 Ib. Bag Stock Salt 59c 100 Ib. Bag Oyster Shells 59c Castle Tea, pkg 17c

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