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February 9, 1931

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 8

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CANNED GOODS IS EXHIBITED Entries in Women's Branch of Farmer's Institute Total 75. . ;;CLEAR LAKE, "Feb. 9.--The women's department of the Farmer's institute .was carried out' successfully at the I. O. O. F. hall with the aid of Miss Aileen Witmer, home economics instructor of the local high school, and Miss Alice " Mae Cole, · home demonstration agent. . . . · A play, "What to Eat," was presented by local persons representing the "characters, good food, malnutrition, -cereals, milk, fruit and vegetables. Miss Cole discussed the history and organization of the project work. Miss Witmer Judges. Miss Witmer Judged both the home canned and baked goods exhibits.. In connection with, this she discussed the keynotes of successful baking and canning.- A total of 75 i entries were made in this department which was a large increase over previous years. Prizes awarded for first and sec\ ond places were: Peaches--Mrs. ' William Guest, Jr., first, Mrs. Everitt Callanan, second; apples--Mrs. Charles Humphrey, first; apple pickles--Mrs. Charles Humphrey, first; red raspberries--Mrs. R. C. Meier, first, Mrs. Charles Humphrey, second; black raspberries-Mrs. Charles Humphrey, first, Mrs. Henry Huber, second; strawberries MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE --no entry; green string beans Mrs. Shirley Stanfield, first, Mia Edith Rice,' second; yellow strin beans--Mrs. Shirley Stanfield, firs Miss Esther Tesene, second; toma toes--Mrs. H. H. Walrod, first, Mrs Charles Humphrey, second. Yellow corn--Mrs. Charles'Hum phrey, first, Mrs. H. H. Walrod, sec ond; white corn--Mrs. Charles Hum phrey, first, Mrs. Shirley Stanfiek second; chicken--Mrs. H^ H. Wai rod, first; pork-: Mrs. Henry Hubei first, Mrs. Charles Humphrey, sec ond; beef--Mrs. Charles Humphrey first, Mrs. H. G. Bruchner, second plum jelly^-Mrs. S. J. Ott, firs Mrs. Charles Humphrey, second apple jelly--Mrs, Charles Hum phrey, first; white bread--Mrs. Wii liam Guest, Jr., first, Miss Geuev. Rice, secondr Award Prizes. Whole wheat bread--Miss Genevi Rice, first, Mrs. Edith Knapp, sec ond; whole wheat muffins--Mrs Charles Humphrey, first, Mrs. Shir ley Stanfield, second; angel fooi cake--Mrs. H. H. Walrod, first Mrs. S. L. Hammersland, second sunshine cake, Mrs. William Guest Jr., first, Mrs. S. L. Hammersland second; devil's food cake--Mrs Clarence Shroyer, first, Mrs. S. L Hammersland, second; white layer cnke--Mrs. H. H. Walrod, first Mrs. Charles Humphrey, second. Oatmeal cookies--Mrs. H. G Bruchner, first, Mrs. Shirley Stanfield, second; ginger cookies--Mrs H. G. Bruchner, first, Mrs. Shirley Stanfield, second; sugar cookies-Mrs. H. G. Bruchner, first, Mrs llarence Shroyer, second; whole wheat nut bread--Mrs. Charles Humphrey, first; baking powder biscuits--Mrs. Clarence Shroyer, "irst, Mrs. Charles Humphrey, second. CAR-LOAD FLORIDA ORANGES arid GRAPEFRUIT This Fruit Is Very Fine Quality SPECIAL PRICES By the Peck or Bushel BASKET GROCERY VENTURA CLEAR LAKE, IOWA GARNER FOREST CITY TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY SELLING BUTTER SUNSET, GOLD Fresh Creamery ; Sunshine Graham or ^SK^" 5 . . .25c Tomatoes; Coo! Spring Brand; 3 No. Z tins. . 25c Corn; Elnora Brand, S No. 2 .tins .................. 2g c Orange Brand Sufrar Peas; 2 large No. 2 Una . ! ; " " lOc Plymouth Cut Green or Wax Beans; 2 No. 2 tins'" ]!iJ5c Campbell's Pork and Beans; 2 tins ............ iso Franco-American Spaghetti; 2 tall Hns. A ........ .19 C Mixed Vecetablcs or Diced Carrots; 2 large No. 2 tins 28c ' Buckeye Preserves; asst. flavors; large 2-pound jar 25o Carnation Milk; 3 tall or 6* sin. tins . .25c Snider'a Ketchup; large bottles ............ White Lily Pumpkin; larjre 2i/, tins V. C. Pork and Beans; 4 medium tins ..... !!! V. C. Red Beans; 4 medium tins ....... ...!! Chlpso; large package .......... Sani-Flnsh; can .. ............... ' ". Rinso; Cleans Clothes White, laree' packaEe Oxydol; larfre package ........ .......... . ig c . XOc [sac 29c 19 C . 19c Butternut or Hash's COFFEE, « -Pound Tins -Of) Cool Spring C. G. or Blue Barrel Soap; S large pound bars .......... 2Sc Falmollve or Camay Soup; S bars " in c Windmill Salad Dressing; pint jars ......... ".'."." '280 Etho, Macaroni ; 2 pounds ......... .... ............ 15^ Fancy Bluo Rose Rice; 2 pounds ____ '.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. lie Great Northern Navy Beans; 4 'pounds ... ......... "5 C Cocoanut; Fresh Bulk, pound ........... ' " " 23c Fresh Rousted Pennuts; 2 pounds ... ..... ......... 23c Piggly Wig'gly Flour; ^V 9 ' C9c: . .$1,25 Grope Fruit;. medium size Texas Seedless, 6 for 2Sc Oranges; extra lar^e Sunkist, 4 for ... V. .. "250 ?°^ n .^ eauty Eatln £ Apples; extra large size^ C 'forZSo h unn 1st Oranges, the right size for your luncli, 2 doz 20c Celery; extra large well bleached stjilks, 2 for n Hc Tangerines; nice size, dozen .................. '.'ins Spinach; something you should eat, 2 pounds ........ 23c Bananas; that real body builder, 3 pounds ........ lOc Head Lettuce; large solid heads, ea. 5c Hershey's Cocoa POUND A « TINS _ 25° Sunsweet Raisins, ]ge. 4 Ib. pkg- 31c We Reserve Right to Limit Quantities FEBRUARY 9 1 1931 HELEN HENDI11CKS News Editor Residence Phone 340\V -- - *g^^^^^^^^^^^"*""""TM^^"^TM"»^^aMMaaMa Lake Glbbe*Gaz;ette OFFICE PHONE No. 239 Part Time. Nurse Starts on School Health Survey Miss Hilkea Jacobs Begins" School Check-Up With Grade Students. CLEAR , LAKE, Feb. 9.--Miss Hilkea Jacobs, who has been engaged by the school board as nurse for the local schools, arrived in the city Sunday afternoon. She came here from Story City, having been making a health survey in the schools of Story City. Miss Jacobs is a public health nurse and was highly recommended to the local board by the public health service at Des Moines. She has taken rooms at the home of Mrs. Gertrude Hayden, North Second street, during her stay in Clear Lake. The nurse's work today consisted .n reviewing the old health records making visits to some of the homes of pupils and organization of the physical examinations to be con lucted among the grades and junio ilgh students. Examinations wi )egin at the Lincoln building firs Supt. G.' A. Peese stated. Especially the physical defect and conrelation of height and weigh will be checked by the expert an :he parents notified. Parents will b given the privilege of consultin^ heir family physician for treat ment. It is thot the present survey can be completed in two months Records 'will be filed to be used fo a further check-up next fall. CLEAR LAKE CALENDAR Tuesday -- Farmers' Co-operative company meets at the Methodls church for election of officers and program. Dinner served at noon to stockholders. Clear Lake vs. Britt high schoo basketball at Community build ing. Wednesday--Lions club meets al the Lions cafe at noon. ' O. D. O. club meets at the home Charles Chase, Rogers VAGABONDS HOLD FERTILE, 22-23 'ark Theater Five Noses Out Midland Heights in Opening Card. CLEAR LAKE, Feb. 9.--With nly four players In the last five minutes the Clear Lake Vagabond! taged a brilliant battle with Fer- ile 'Saturday night at the loca' ourt finally losing the tilt by one oint the last second of play by a osa of Oswald of Fertile. During he last minute of play Martinson jake forward, scored a goal to heac he score 22 to 21, while the oppon- nts followed with a perfect tip-off ilay for a final score of.23 to 22. ' 'A game between the Park theater and Midland^Hei^hts,- y Mason City proved' to he'a brilliant opener fo he card. The locals succeeded in nosing 'out. the former Mason 1 Citj high school stars, 24 to 23. At hal he locals lead 15 to 14. Teams Strong on Defense. During the first quarter of the eature game both teams played trong on defense and the ball rare y reached the scoring area. The [uarter ended 4-2 for Clear Lake 'wo goals «^r Christensen and Marinson and two successful gift shots and a couple by Rodberg and Os wald checked the half at 8 to 8. Is Close Game. During third and fourth quarters he score toppled back and forth with first one and then the other earn leading. The Indians had tb dge at the quarter, 16 to 15. The ally stood at 20 to 20 when Te Witter, local guard was dismissed rom the game with four personals A flashy brand of ball was exhibited hru the next five minutes of play he locals holding, them until th ast second. Oswald High Scorer. Oswald of Fertile, was high scorer with 7 goals and 4 from the gif line. Martinson chalked up 5 bas kets for the locals. Opel tallied fiv goals and three points on 'fouls for the Park theater. Phel, Midland Heights scored 4 goals. Knutson was substituted for Anderson in the !o cal lineup and Adams went in for Nance at center for the opponents while Nance shifted to guard. VAGABONDS--22 FQ Martinson, f 5 Van Loan, f".. 2 Rydson, c 0 Christensen, g % Witter, g 1 TOTALS 10 FERTILE 23 FG Oswald, f 7 Rodhcrg, f i Meetad, c 0 MeNelly, c l Kirk, g o Purcell, g o TOTALS n PARK THEATER 24 FG Beedle, f 3 Calhinnn, f 2 Opel, c .- , ....5 Bell, g ] o Knut-u:n, g o Anderson, g o TOTALS . . i 10 M. HEIGHTS--23 FG Phel, I 4 Berg, f '.s Nance, o z Adams, c ..., o Martinson, g o Cole, g ; 0 FT 0 1 0 0 1 2 FT 4 0 0 0 0 0 4 FT 1 0 S 0 0 0 4 FT 0 0 2 0 0 3 PF 0 1 4 3 PF c ( 0 0 n i 4 PF 1 n 2 o j 0 4 PI' 1 1 1 n o TOTALS £-5. «' Park Theater J ' Clear I.ake J MONDAY-- 'M "HOOK, LINE SINKER" TUESDAY - WEDNESDAY "RIGHT TO LOVE" of Mrs. hotel. Methodist Ladies' Aid society meets at church. Supper served to members at 6 o'clock. Congregational church supper at 6 o'clock in church basement. Thursday--Altrurian guest Anight with special Valentine theme at the home of-Mrs. R. B. Kennedy. Rotary club meets at the L O. O. F. hall at noon. Boy Scout father and son banquet in Methodist church. Catholic Ladies' Aid society meets in basement of church for one o'clock luncheon. UNION GIANTS TO PLAY AT'Y Giikerson's Club D e f e a t s Charles City Team 43 to 20. The Gilkerson Union Giants will play the Clear Lake Vagabonds and the Mason City Canvas company here Wednesday evening at the Y. M. C. A. in connection with the scheduled games of the City Y league. The game will be played in quarters and the two teams will each have a chance at the Giants for half a game. , Following the Mason City engagement, the Giants will play at Albert Lea, Minn., Hampton' and Winthrop. The Giants are scheduled at Swea City for the next encounter. ' · The Gilkerson Union Giants defeated the Charles City Athletic club 43 to 20 at Charles:City in a fast/gahie-of basketball 'Sunday. This makes 21 games the Giants have played and has lost but 2. the aggregation CLEAR LAKE BRIEFS Very attractive silk dresses for only $10 at Oluf T. Hansen's. Wanted to buy--Small house, close in. B. C. Layman. Mrs. Billy Schober and sons, Norman and William have returned from a month's stay in Indianapolis and Chicago. On the return trip they stopped at DeKalb, HI., and Mr. and Mrs. Bert Bartmess accompanied them to Clear Lake. Heavy quality sheets 81x99 size, $1.00 at Oluf T. Hansen's. Special sale of wash dresses, 89c. Peter Pan Shop. Kathryn, Marguerite, Elizabeth, James and Jack Kennedy, children of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Kennedy, and Miss Pearl Hammond were entertained Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Hammond. Puritas sanitary napkins, 29o at Oluf T. Hansen's. Brakes Tested. Free on expert machine. DeBruyn Super Service. Special prices on valve grinding-, during month of February. See us. DeWilde and Bistline at DeBruyn Super Service. Mr. nnd Mrs. 3. M. Mitchell. Rushmore, Minn., spent Sunday at the homo of Mr. and' Mrs. E. K. Greene, South Second street! , M. C, Rydson returned Sunday to Perry where he will resume his work for the Sears Construction company. Harry Clausen, student of Iowa State college, Ames, spent the week-end at the home of his mother, Mrs. Lelta Clausen, Jefferson street. . \ The Rev. nnd Mrs. W. B. Milne left Monday for Grinnell where they will attend the ministerial convocation for Congregational ministers. They will also visit with their son, George, who attends Grhir.ell college. They plan to return Friday. The Misses Janette Conklln and Margaret Leary, Minneapolis, Minn., spent Saturday and Sunday at the iiome of George Osborne, South Second street. Miss Conklln is a randdaughter of Mrs. Osborne. Mrs. George Charlesworth, Sr., Clarion, is a house 'guest at the lome of her son, Dr. J. T. Charlesworth, East Main. Mr. 'and Mrs. Ray Carlson, Tlier- ese Pfaender and Ray Ostrander Albert Lea, Minn, spent Sunday at he home of Mr. Ostrander's parent, ' W. F. Ostrander, 206 South Oak street. i Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Chnrlesworth' attended the funeral of Mrs. Charlesworth'3 aunt, Mrs. Helen 3raund, at Garner Sunday. Members of the Catholic Ladies Aid society will hold a one o'clock uncheon in church basement Thursday afternoon. Members are asked to bring a hot dish and andwiches. Mrs. H. H. Shoop returned Sun- ay after visiting at the home of er daughter, and family, Mrs. F. V. Kayley, Knierim. a quartet-- Gladys Wetterling, Edwin iressnted by xmen, Helen , Estergard and Clifford Vick, the- junior and senior vested choirs. Return Engagements Booked With Globe Trotters and Giants CLEAR . LAKE, Feb. 9.-- The Harlem Globe Trotters will play a eturn engagement' with the Clear e Vagabonds Saturday night at Community building, contrary the announcement Saturday ight. The opening card will fea- ure the Royal. Barbers and' the Marble Rock independents. Wednesday night the Vagabonds and the Mason City Canvas corn- any will combine their force in ndeavoring to defeat the Gilkerson Jnipn Giants, world champons. ·his. game will be staged at thft.Y. H. C. A.' about' iO v 6tlock~a.fter' tta eague games. The Canvas company lans to play half the time with the Vagabonds playing the other half. LEE DEWIGQINS Circulation and Advertising Residence Phone 67 SCOUTS OBSERVE NATIONAL WEEK Local Troops Plan Father Son Banquet Thursday at M, E. Church. CLEAR LAKE, Feb. 9.--Boy Scout troops 34 and 17 will hold a father and son banquet Thursday mght in the Methodist church basement in observance of the twenty- first birthday of the Boy Scouts 'I America. The Rev. William Galbreth, pastor of the Olivet Methodist church Mason City, will be the speaker. Arrangements are in charge of Willis Miller and F. P. Hansen, scoutmasters. The committeemeri of the scouts will also be in attendance. Twenty-three scouts and 10 committeemen and scout leaders observed the beginning of the national week Sunday by attending the Ziou -.utheran church in a group. The Rev. H. O. Urness, pastor of the church, talked on "The New Scout * iw of Jesus." He repeated the scout oath and aw and compared these with the cachings of Jesus. The laws of this irganization are good but the "Love 3ne Another" principle of Christ s still greater, he stated. He com- ared the difference this type of ove with human love, which is selfish. The closest to Christ's love s that which a mother shows for her child. Special musical selections were PRISON FIRE PLOT? The plaintiff asks for the return of her maiden name, Marvel Pearson as well as temporary alimony. Hearing on the matter was set by Judge Joseph J. Clark for Feb. 13 at 10 a. m. · According to a magazine article, James Raymond, above, Akron, Ohio, burglar, confessed to Warden Preston E. Thomas that the fire which claimed 820 lives at the Columbus, Ohio, penitentiary last Easter Mon- duy, \vas plotted. Altho it is said that Raymond confessed prior to the fire, then hanged himself in a solitary" confinement cell next day, prison' records show he committed suicide four months after the fire. The fire has been attributed to negligence, but officials have declared the fire was a plot. Mrs. Karr Attends Funeral of Sister CLEAR LAKE, Feb. 9.--Mrs Charlotte Kar,- East Main street, and Mrs. Welcome Gardner, Minneapolis, attended the funeral of their sister, Mrs. Helen Brjiund, 82, at Garner Sunday. Mrs. Karr and Mrs. Gardner are the only two sisters remaining from 14 children. Paul Spillman Hurt When Car Overturns Paul Spillman, Cartersville,. was taken to Park hospital after he received a cut on his leg when his automobile turned over on South Federal- avenue near Nineteenth street about midnight Saturday. He was released from the hospital fol- owing treatment. The accident occurred when the car skidded on the slippery pavement, according to po- ice records. Vlarvel Chute Files Petition for Divorce * : petition "for - divorce has been 'iled in the office of the clerk by Vlarvel Chute, who asks separation from Kenneth Chute on the grounds of cruel and inhuman treatment. J. L. Mackin Accepts Minneapolis Position J. L. Mackin, Jr., 1136 West State street, will leave Feb. 15 for Minneapolis where he has accepted a position in the offices of the United States Gypsum company. Mr. Mackin for the past six months has been manager of the Belmond yard for the Fullerton Lumber company. Prior to that time he was assistant manager in the Mason City yard for the same company. Levinson Dismissed from Park Hospital S ' Nathan Levinson, Mason City attorney injure'd in an accident between Clear Lake and Mason City, was dismissed from Park hospital Saturday. Mr,, Levinson received a fractured skull when the -car in which he was riding skidded from the pavement and struck a tele phone pole. The Globe-Gazette Offers New Booklet The Fifteenth Census In response to a widespread demand for data gathered In the 3*30 census the Globe-Gazette's Washington information bureau has compiled this booklet, a copy of which will be sent to any address for a cost, handling, and postage charge of 10 cents. There is no similar publication available at this time, and this one can be procured only thru the Globe-Gazette bureau. It gives the populations of cities and towns of 2,500 or over, of the 200 largest cities in the order of their rank, of each of the several states, of the country as a whole, and of the detached territories over which the American flag flies. All figures are compared with those of the 1920 census. In ordering a copy of THE FIFTEENTH CENSUS, use this coupon. The GIobe-Gnzerte Information Bureau, Frederic J. Hnskin, Director, Washington, D. C. I inclose herewith 10 cents in coin or stamps for a copy of the booklet on THE FIFTEENTH CENSUS. Name Street State Star Route'Will Add Corwith After Feb. 16 The star mail route now operating between Britt and Kanawha has been changed .to include Corwith, according to local postal officials., The change will go into effect Feb. 16. The change enables postal em- ployes to deliver mall from Mason City to Corwith the same day. The carrier will leava Britt at 5:22 o'clock in .the morning and. will arrive in Kanawha in a half hour and 1 then drive on to Corwith. The same route' will be covered in the after- ITCHING ENDS WHEN ZEMO TOUCHES SKIN --thousands say. It's wonderful the way soothing, cooling Zemo brings relief to' skin which itches and burns. Even in most severe cases, itching disappears almost as soon" as Zemo touches the tender and inflamed surface. To draw out local infection and help to clear away unsightly blemishes, we know of nothing better than invisible Zemo Always keep this family antiseptic on hand. Use it freely. It's safe as can be. 35c, 60c and 51.00. All dealers. Cut Rate Grocery SAVES YOU MONEY Phone 112-113-114 Free Delivery We quote below just a few of our many bargains for Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday EGGS Strictly fresh, 2 dozen 25c BUTTER Creamery; nono 0*7 better; per Ib... L I C lOc Corn, Peas or Tomatoes, 3 cans. 25c Green Tea in bulk 46c; «/ 2 Ib.. 25c Crisco, 2 Ibs. 35c Pure Lard, 2 Ibs 25c -- COFFEE -- Peaberry, best grade, Ib. 29c .Cut Rate Special, per Ib...32c Nash's, in bulk, per Ib 35c 6 O'clock Coffee, 1 Ib. pkg. 23c Oxydol or Ivory Flakes, per package .V. Sflk Kast State St. O. E. Bush, Prop. N O W ! ! Continuous--8 A. M. to 6 P. M. N O W ! ! EMONSTRAf IOH BATTLESHIP CAST ALUM1MUM Save tO During This Event! conducted by Factory Expert "Health Means Happiness" C^CK-WARE FRENCH (oval) RO A STER Regular Price $13.65. This Event TRIPLICATE SET '8 Regular Price $19.90. This Event 85 10-Inch FRY PAN with Cover Regular Price $8.80. This Event SPECIAL BAKE DISH Regular Price ,$5.10. This Event WE MANUFACTURE AND DISPLAY A COMPLETE LINE OF CAST ALUMINUM COOK-WARE Buy Complete Set Now For Less Than Former Price of a Few Pieces Guaranteed. Highest Quality Sear's Easy Terms on Purchases of §20.00 or More Prevail. For the FIRST TIME IN HISTORY!! Highest quality of heavy cast Aluminum Cookware now obtainable at reasonable prices! ! The HEALTH method of food preparation, endorsed by eminent medical and dietetic authorities, now being demonstrated by factory expert. SAVE--HEALTH, TIME, MONEY--SAVE! WE G U A R A N T E E SATISFACTION OR YOU* MONEY SACK

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