Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on February 23, 1934 · Page 6
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 6

Mason City, Iowa
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Friday, February 23, 1934
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SIX MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE FEBRUARY 23 1934 RITES HELD FOR MRS,J.A.MABEN Former Mason City Business Woman Lauded for Her Achievements. Funeral services for Mrs. J. A. Maben, former county recorder and Mason City businesswoman who died Tuesday in Des Moines, were held Thursday afternoon at the Patterson firaeral home. The Rev. W. H. Spence, pastor of the First Methodist church, was in charge of the services. Burial was in Elmwood cemetery. The Rev. Mr. Spence spoke of the works of Mrs. Mabeu and used as a text for his sermon the thirty-first chapter of Proverbs, the last lialf of QUALITY Be Smart and Thrifty! Get tho MOST In Dry Cleaning for Your Money Suits * C K2 75c Dresses ."SSSU 75c u » PHONE 788 OR 189 EXCEPTIONAL DIAMOND VALUE /; Carat Blue White Gem Quality $115.00 Diamonds Are Advancing. See These Values Now. 'WATCHES DIAMONDS 3 WEST STATE the last verse of which he stressed, "and let her own works praise her in the gates." He lauded her activities in the city and praised her ability to handle responsible tasks. Drawing" from the field of literature the Rev. Mr. Spence revealed the thoughts that great persons had written down concerning the facias of death. He spoke of death as the mere opening' of a door to the vestibule of life. In closing lie dwelled on the memories of childhood that tint the sunset of life. Miss Ruth Stevens sang "Beautiful Isle of Somewhere," and "Lead Kindly Light." Pallbearers were Ray Pauley, Hugh H. Shepard, D. H. Fitzpatrick, R. W. Mellem, Fred Ontjes and Remley J. Glass. CITY: BRIEFS Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Allison, 10 Willow drive, will drive to St. James, Minn., Saturday where they will spend the week-end with Mrs Allison's parents. Mr. Allison is the officer in charge of the navy recruiting station here. Mr. and Mrs. H. L. WtUehale of Omaha visited Sergt. and Mrs. T. C. Stevenson Friday at the Stevenson home, 418 Washington avenue northwest. The Littlehales were en- route from Davenport to Omaha. The repeal of prohibition at least is helping keep the federal treasury from running dry.--Norfolk Virginian-Pilot. JONQUILS Dozen O"C CINERARIA PLANTS 59c JOHNSTON'S F L O W E R S AcrosH From 1'atk Wo Teleffranh flowers Phono 22S 10 First St. N 7 . \V. LAWYERS ARGUE STUDER ACTION Attorneys for Plaintiff Maintain Gar Parked Without Light. Attorneys' arguments to the jury in the $8,822.10 damage action brought by Lillian Studer against Lawrence and Alvin Matzen began with the opening of the afternoon session of Judge Joseph J. Clark's district court Friday and the case was expected to go to the jury Saturday morning or possibly late Friday. County Attorney II. L. Mason made the initial plea to the jurors on behalf of the plaintiff. He was followed by Defense Attorney John Sernieff, Jr., and Assistant County Attorney M. E. Laird gave the final argument for the plaintiff. The suit was brought by Miss Studer as a result of head and eye injuries, some of which may be permanent, according to expert medical testimony, received in a collision between the J. L. Dalgetty car in which she was riding and the Matzen brothers' car about 2:15 o'clock the morning of last Oct. 1. Attorneys for Miss Studer claimed in their arguments that the Matzen automobile was parked partly on the south edge of the pavement without a proper light. The defendants contended that their car was at the closest point more than four feet south of the south edge of the pavement. Judge Clark admitted in evidence Friday morning a quart bottle, partly filled with alleged alcohol, which local police officers, testifying- for the defense, said had been found in the Dalgetty car shortly after the accident which occurred approximately in front of tho Central Heights grocery store at the west edge of the city limits on the south Clear Lake road, highway No. 106. Federal Fruit Vegetable Market WE DELFVEK Across From Hotel Hanford PHONE 42 WE HAVE RECEIVED A CARLOAD OF VEGETABLES TO BE ON SALE SATURDAY Strawberries - Green Wax Beans - Brocolli - Endive - Mustard Greeiis - Eggplant - Cucumbers - Tomatoes - Green Peppers, etc. FRESH SPINACH, pound C 1 CELERY, extra large stalk dozen. 29c Fresh Carrots and Green Onions, bunch C I Oranges, C'Bl **·. J large size, 2 lifornia, dozJcn J.C/. I Grapefruit, Seedless, ftOC J sweet, extra Ige., 0 for CABBAGE, Ib ............. 2c \ FRESH EGGS, doz. 15c 1 BUTTER 'T 27c SUGAR s»w «au*n b. bag PARSNIPS, RUTABAGAS, CARROTS, TURNIPS, ib Q t$ SO. FEDERAL PHONE 916 NORTH IOWA'S LARGEST MARKET HAMBURGER and SAUSAGE BACON Sliced '·"· FRESH PORK HOCKS HOME MADE LIVER SAUSAGE BUTTER, First Grade MEAT A « / iPURE I Pound ^ CRACKERS, Soda arid Graham, 2 Ibs. 2Oc BABY BEEF ROAST OLEO 2lbs. MATCHES BOXES BACON SQUARES 4c SUGAR CURED SOAP ii in BKS" 6 Bars NECK BONES Meaty COFFEE Mtl-VL'GIIt.i: 17c,2Ibs.« Patriotic Readings and Songs Comprise St. Joseph Program Patriotic readings and songs comprised the Washington day program which the freshmen of St. Joseph school presented Thursday before the assembly. The following readings were given: "Mobility," Mary C. Casey; "Climbing the Hill," Mary Lukes; "Complaint," Myrne Donaldson; "Captain,, My Captain," Mary De Rock; "Washington's Birthday," Lillian Balek; "Great Men," William Cross; "George Washington," Yvonne McGrane, and "To the Boys of America," Edward Jarosh. In the short comedy skit, "Who's Crazy," John Kelly, William Cross, Edward Jarosh and Leroy Clark took part. The "Flag Song," "America the Beautiful," and at the close the Jo- hawk song, were sung. TO AID FARMERS IN DROUGHT AREA U. S. to Buy Stock Feed for Farmers; Takes Over Oklahoma Relief. WASHINGTON, Feb. 23. Off)-The federal government took over relief administration in Oklahoma today and at the same time announced that $5,000,000 would be spent to buy grain and livestock feed for farmers In drought areas of the west. ' Harry L. Hopkins, emergency relief administrator and civil works administrator, announced that Car] Giles has'been named relief administrator in Oklahoma to act as his direct agent and that Governor Murray had been relieved of all responsibility. Murray late Wednesday announced he would refuse to have anything more to do with the federal relief, administration and that he was dismissing all of his county social service workers. The grain to be purchased for farmers in drought areas will be bought in the individual states by the relief administrations. Hopkins said that allotments would be made to the relief administrations of North Dakota, South Dakota, Minnesota, Wisconsin, Texas, Kansas, Colorado, Oklahoma and other states having drought stricken areas. RING LOST IN OLD POOL FOUND; GOLD FILLS BOY'S NEED ^^·······^^^····^··^^·aiM^BBBaMBBBBMMBMBl CHEESE, Wisconsin No. 1 Swiss, 2 Ibs. SOc WE SELL EXACTLY AS ADVERTISED LAKE MILLS. Feb. 23 About 2 1 /:! years ago, Warren Ruby and some other boys went swimming in what is now a sandpit near Forest City. While in the water, he lost his class ring, but did not inform his parents of his loss. However, they wondered why, when he went to Forest City he would put a spade in the car. They did not question him and not until last Christmas did he mention the fact. Gordon Aasgard recently called the Ruby residence and said his wife's nephew from Forest City had found a class ring in the sandpit. It /as easily identified as it bore the initials W. A. R. Lately Warren had written home from Iowa City where he is a senior at the university, asking his mother if she didn't have some old gold she would please send him. So now Warren will receive his old gold. Whether or not he will sell it is another question. Mitchell County Picks Corn-Hog Committees OSAGE, Feb. 23.--Permanent township committees were chosen in Mitchell county in the corn-hog program. Chairmen are: Union township, Fred Langrock; Rock, Clarence Bicderman; Burr Oak, Lee Barker; Osage, Garfield Moody; Stacyville, Joe NIes; Newburg- Arthur Gerlach; Mitchell, William Schmidt; Wayne, Rilcy Sloan- Otranto, N. P. Robertson; East Lincoln, M. A. Woodward; St. Ansgar, M. E. Benson; Liberty, Clyde Elliott; West Lincoln, M. C. Lewis; Jenkins, Kay Smith; Douglas, Frank Fox and Cedar, Carl Field. Jurors in Winneshiek Will Report March 5 DECORAH, Feb. 23.--Instructions Issued By Judge W. L. Eichendorf of McGregor, who will sit on the bench at the next term of district court, were for persons selected as petit jurors to report March 5 instead of Feb. 26. The cas e set for March 5 is the case of the State of Iowa vs. Charles Rothmeyer. Raymond Rothmeyer, Raymond French and Ed Reicks. The above _fotir were held on a charge of per- lury in connection with the death last February of Gilbert Dowd of Calr'iar, who was struck by a car or tnick and left by the roadside. GLOBE-GAZETTE'S DAILY CROSS WORD PUZZLE MISS LIIXIAN RHODKS HOSTESS AT BRIDGE Mss Lillian Rhodes entertainer the girls of the Equitable Life As surance society office Thursda- evening at her home, Fourth stre northwest. A plaid motif was car ried out in the decorations and ap pointments and bridge was playe with high score prizes going to Iff-' , 'S.stelte Conley and Miss Florenc J Martin. ACROSS i -- To dar.zle 4--Measure of length 7--Indefinite article 8--With raised'voice 12--That is IS--A woodpecker 15--Calm or composed 1'--ClerRyman (abbr.) IS--Postscript I!)--Thrw-toed alotli 20--Elevated (abbr.) 2!--Contraption for even 23--Kither 25--Not out !6--Public advertisements * a7--To make tatting 20--A continent (abbr.) SO--A preposition 32--To put on 3fi--Pronoun 38--Female parent «-- Each (abbr.) 33--Female power of the sun 10--Part of an hour 42--Hate 43--Into 1--Relieved pain 45--A country (abbr.) 1R--Expensive 43--Ascend DOWN 1--Measured steps t--Aged 3--Quoted 6--Part of shoe (pi 8--Likewise 9--Chinese coin to--A country lahhr ) 11--College head i4--KnlRht of St Patrick (nhbr.) 16--Preflx me.ininc two 22--In no manner 24--A bay 25--Japanese statesman 26--A conjunction 27--Paint hearted 28--To make amemls 29--Mentally sound 31--To give food to 33--Fertile spot In ile.wit 3--Nitrate of potash 36--Pronoun , S8--Near ·tl--Tantalum (abbr.) 12--Of (French) Antwer to prftviouc BUZK|« Enjoy This Delicious Flavor !!01T A fl til Fresh from the Gardens" ' 569 BROS PHONE 693 105 SOUTH FEDERAL Hamburger FRESU GROUND ft. BOILING BEEF, lean Ib. 3V 2 c BEEF POT ROAST, tender . Ib. 4V 2 c BEEF CHUCK ROAST Ib. 8c Smoked HaiHS Sugnr Cured 4 f\ Whole or Half I I I f* NECK BONES Ib. 3c PIGS FEET Ib. 3c VEAL CHOPS Ib. 7c BACON . 5ib.box25c BABY BEEF STEAK 3 Ibs. 17c CREAM CHEESE Ib. 21c FRESH LIVER SAUSAGE Ib. IQc Round Steak . . «-8c ffl GOVERNMENT INSPECTED MEATS Instrumentalists Will Seek Local Honors in Competition Saturday Mason City high school instrumentalists will vie Saturday for the right to represent the local school in the subdistrict music contest. A small admission charge will be made. James Melichar of Cedar Falls will judge the band instrument players in the high school auditorium. The competition will be followed according to this schedule as nearly as possible; 9 a. m., bassoons; 9:20, French horns; 9:45, trombones; 10:15, baritones; 10:40, tubas; 11:05, cornets; 1:15 p. m. oboes; 1:25, flutes, 2:05, saxophones; 2:25, xylphones; 2:35, clarinets, and 4:45, rehearsal of band of two national contest numbers, "Phaeton" and "In Springtime," with Air. Melichar directing. Edward Kurtz of Iowa State Teachers' college will judge the violinists, starting at 9 o'clock in the morning at Loncoln school. Former Businessman Dies. ROCKFORD, Feb. 23.--Word was received here of the death of E. E. Liebenstein at Clark, S. Dak. Mr. LOWEST PRICES.. in expert watch repairing, engraving a n d diamond setting. A call will convince you. MURRAY JEWELRY CO. M. B. A. BLDG. Liebenstein was formerly la bust- '' j ness here, owning and operating tag E. E. Liebenstein drygoods store. MORRIS Food Store 221 Sixth St. S. W. BULK OATMEAL pound ........................ f j 2 PEARS Large No. 10 can FLOUR Jersey Gream, * 491b.bag- ......... ' * SUGAR 5 Ib. cloth bag DRIED PEACHES L ............ : ................. 29' CORN MEAL White, Slb.bag FLOUR Buckwheat, - r 5lb. bag BLISS COFFEE Pound -f O M.U can We Pay He a Dozen in Trade for Eggs There's nothing like Hills Bros. Coffee to complete your party successfully. Watch your guests sip its dark inspiring goodness. Um-ni- there is coft'ee! There's flavor and rich enjoyment in Hills Bros. Coffee that can't be found iu "bargain counter" hrands. That's because the choicest green coffees ohtaiuahle arc roasted to perfection by the famous Hills Bros. Controlled Roasting Process. Serve °a coffee at your parties that reflects your jud*- ment in selection--Hills Bros. Coffee. And serve it every day for your cnra enjoyment. Order Hills Bros. Coffee by name and look for the Arab trade-mark on the can. I 19S3 ttillt Src,. f? II''-" ^'' t/

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