The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on August 1, 1935 · Page 14
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August 1, 1935

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 14

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FOURTEEN MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, AUGUST 1 PARKING CARS ON ANGLE FOUND TO BE SUCCESSFUL Safety Commission Recommends Extension of Plan to Make Room for Autos. With angle parking apparently proving successful in experiments tried the past week, the safety commission at a meeting in the Globe-Gazette building Wednesday afternoon went on record to recommend an extension of the plan to relieve parking congestion. Angle parking has been tried for several days on Delaware avenue northeast from State to Second street and on Second street northeast from Federal to Delaware avenue. Comment on the angle parking tried out thus far has been highly itavorable. Besides making it possible to place more cars in a block angle parking has added to the ease of parking cars. In ttie experiments thus far tried out ample room was provided for each car, leaving'suf- ficient room to open doors and to enter and leave the machines. This has also pleased motorists. ' The sub-committee on angle parking: headed by George O'Neil, was authorized to make recommendations to the city-on loading zones. Some of these, it was proposed, lo lengthen, with the time' limit rigidly enforced in order to eliminate the necessity of double parking. UNCICUM SENT TO REFORMATORY Given Three Years When He Pleads Guilty in Judge Beardsmore's Court. Lloyd Lincicum, 29, was sentenced by Judge T. A. Beardmore in the district court Thursday afternoon to three years in the state reformatory at Anamosa, when he pleaded guilty on a county attorney's information to a statutory offense. Dictionary: "Politics is the science of civil government." The linotype operator: "Politics is the science of evil- government."--Cedar Rapids Gazette. "Say, Geraldine, where did aU those pesky flies go? I haven't seen one for a week." "Didn't you know? The boss bought 5 gallons of Field's Guaranteed Fly Spray. Alnt life grand!" HENRY FIELD STORE MASON CITY, IOWA United Fruit Co. 33 East State Street PHONE 749 FREE DELIVERY APPLES, fancy Wealthies or Duchess, 5 Ibs. 25c POTATOES, Early Ohio peck 20c; -jr bushel I J I. BANANAS, 5 Ibs 25c PEACHES, California Elberta, - fc"l 1 ft crate .......... « P A . l v ORANGES, sweet and juicy, doz. .... FRESH CURRANTS, CELERY HEARTS, BLUEBERRIES, RED RASPBERRIES, BLACKBERRIES, SOUR CHERRIES, BING CHERRIES, DAMSON PLUMS, EGG PLANTS. CAULIFLOWER, BARTLETT PEARS, GRAPES, PEACHES, PLUMS, HONEYDEW, CANTALOUPES, LIMES. MONARCH FINER FOODS Monarch GELATINE, for Monarch GRAPE JUICE, pint 19c; quart Monarch SHRIMP 16c Monarch BABY FOODS, three for Monarch GRAPEFRUIT JUICE, 3 No. 2 size cans 3Sc Monarch TEA, Orange Pekoe, '/ 4 Ib. 19c; !/ 2 Ib Monarch COFFEE, Ib 3 Ib. box 69c 25c Monarch PLRE PRESERVES, Raspberry. Strawberry, quart 39c Fresh Creamery BUTTER, Ib PINEAPPLE,, 21/2 size can, ] n broken slices I«/ L PEAS. New pack. Sweet variety. 2 No, 2 size cans Libby's SALMON, Ib. can DILL PICKLES 47 oz. Mayflower SALAD DRESSING or Thousand Island, quart Mr. Barclay's Home Baking Bisfte?-Nut Coffee Never Fails to Please » m m · C VACUUM PACKED, POUND CAN National Fruit Co. PHONE 824 101 South Federal Ave. FREE DELIVERY They Lost Golf Match Maple Inn Case Is Continued.One Week The case against Lewis Sedlacek, proprietor of Maple Inn cafe, 1301 Fourth street southeast, charged with violation of beer ordinance 291 relative to placing obstructions in the front windows of his establishment, was continued for one week by Police Judge Morris Laird Thursday morning: The case was continued on a motion of City Solicitor Harvey Bryant. Three Fail to Qualify for Driver Licenses at Iowa City Tests IOWA CITY, Aug. 1. UP--Of 41 persons who had taken examinations here today, three had failed to qualify for drivers' licenses. One failed in 31 persons Wednesday on the driving test, while two of 10 failed today on the visual examination. The inspectors, R. W. Warner and D. B. Kelly, announced they will be here until Saturday noon. Monday they will be at Washington, Tuesday in Louisa county at Wapello, Tuesday afternoon in Keokuk county at Slgourney, and Wednesday in Iowa county at Marengo. Dan Klempnauer, left, and R. L. Bailey, right,- lost a golf match played with C. G. Maudsley and F. M. Humphrey and according to previous agreement, wore ropes around their necks at a meeting of the Kiwanls club Thursday noon. The parking sign has no part in the picture except to bolster up the losers, it was claimed. Klempnauer and Humphrey are Riwanians and Bailey and Maudsley, Lions members. A previous mateh ended in a tie but in" the last Maudsley and Bailey were down two holes. (Photo by Lock, Engraving by Kayenay) Shaffer Stresses Value of Local National Guard Brings $20,000 Annually to*- ^ MRS, N, J, SMITH DIES SUDDENLY Funeral Services to Be Held at St. John's Episcopal Church Friday. Mrs Newton J. Smith, 58, died suddenly at her home, 252 Crescent drive at 2 o'clock Thursday morning 'following a cerebral hemorrhage. She had resided in Mason City for the past 11 years. Jessie May was born at Streator, HI., Aug. 1, 1877. She was married to Newton J. Smith at Wymore, Nebr., in 1900. They had resided at Sioux Falls, S. Dak., a number of years before coming to Mason City. She was a member of the Eastern Star and St. Catherine's Guild of the Episcopal church. Surviving Mrs. Smith are her husband, a salesman for the Sprague Warner company of Chicago, a daughter, Mrs. Don Wells, Mason City, and grandson, Robert Wells. Both Mr. Smith and Mrs. Wells were with Mrs. Smith" at the time of death. Funeral services will be held at the St. John's Episcopal church Friday morning at 10 o'clock, with the Rev. C. Burnett Whitehead in charge of services. The body will lie in state at the church from 9 until 10 o'clock Friday morning. Burial will be at Elmwood cemetery. Pallbearers will be J. Axel Johnson, A. R. Finley, Earl C. Moore, J. 1 F. Stanfield, D. A. Davis, and W. A. McGowan. The body was taken to the Patterson funeral home. Mason City, Kiwanis Club Is Told. The value of the national guard o Mason City, providing training or youths, contributing to the na- ional defense system and available as an emergency police system, was tressed Thursday noon by Frederck B. Shaffer, captain of one of the three local units of the national piard, in an address to the Kiwanis :lub which met in the First Meth- xJist church. In payrolls here and at camp and through rental, the national guard brings ?20,000 yearly o Mason City, he pointed out. Captain Shaffer stated the na- ional guard is organized.similar to he national army. There are be- ween 3,500 and 3,700 national ruardsmen in Iowa. He told the [ualificatious for enlistment and de- cribed how the men are drilled, .aught the use and care of the rifle and then put into large units. Developments- now being made, by which hundreds of men may be destroyed by a ray, seem to indicate that infantry will not be needed in the future, Captain Shafter continued. He pointed out tb,at even in peace times the national guard has proved of great valua to the country. ' Captain Shaffer told briefly about marksmanship practice and explained " the guns which are used In closing, he pleaded for support of the national guard movement. The Kiwanis club will not meet next Thursday but will join instead in the service club golf tournament and dinner at the Mason City Country club next Monday. Guests at the meeting were W. M. Mohn, who is president of the Cedar Rapids Kiwanis club, D. L. Penn, R. I. Colvin and Clyde Sanborn. Herbert Harris of Thomasville, Ga., sang Negro spirituals, playing his own accompaniment. Mrs. Dickinson to Visit. A'LGONA, Aug 1.--Mrs. L. J. Dickinson, wife of Senator Dickinson, is expected to arrive in Algona Saturday to visit for the next few months. Rex Nelson, Senator Dickinson's secretary, is driving through with Mrs. Dickinson. 12. 2.6 37 13, 20 IO 21 27 22. ·2.9 2,3 ACROSS l_WelI-b»l- 56--Depend on 37--Greek letter (10th) !8--Petty false. hood J9--Piece out 31--Snatch 34--Oblong mass of Iron 86--Egypt abbr.) 37--A state of the U. S. (abbr.) 38--Exclamation of triumph 40--American Ornithologists' Union (abbr.) 42--Small king, dom In w. anced 10--Succor 11--Fearless 12--Neuter pronoun U--Margin of anything 16--To the lee side 17--Kernel of a plum 19--Cutting Instrument, with teeth 20--Hurl 22--Location of Italy's leaning tower 24--Town in S. 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Jar . . . 25c PRUNES No. 10 can . . 29c TOBACCO Union Leader, Geo. Washington, Our Advertiser, Torchlight, Diaf. FRUIT NECTAR All Flavors 8 oz. bottles PICKLES Quart Jar Dills 15c Preserves 12 oz. c a n . . . . lOe Pork and Beans Libby's, 28 oz. can IOc Paiis 12 quart 25c ASB J» warn D E P A R T M E N T S T O R E 215-301 South Federal Ave. Free Delivery Phone 434 CUT RATE GROCERY SAVES YOU MONEY We lead in Price, We win with Quality. Same Prices at Both Stores You cannot beat our Quality and Price any place in town. Trade Here and Save. FBI, SAT., MON. BKOOKFIELD OB CORN COUNTRY B U T T E R . . . lb.24c SUGAR Reft 100 Jbfi $(5.20 Cnnc 100 Ib KM Maraschino Cherries, Ige. lOc 35c Olive Oil, bottle 16o Daisy Fly Killers, each .. .18c Brooms, good ones 39c, 49c, 59c BAKING OR SAL IOc SODA, 2 pkgs. 15c Shoe Polish ww'r«V«i t Fancy Napkins, 100 in pkg. lOc Mazola, quart S4c lOc Pineapple, 3 cans 35c English Walnuts, 2 Ibs S5c PEANUT BUTTER, JAR 10c 19c 28c PEACHES, r ,?s t $1.05 Matches, 12 Penny Boxes .. 9c Best Feaberry Coffee, Ib. 19e Toilet Paper, 4, 5, 6, 7 rolls 25c Gelatine, all flavors, pkg. 5c TABLE SALT' 25c K. C. Baking Powder .. 19c Tea Sittings, Ib. pkg lOc Nectar, all flavors, 3 for 25c COCOANUT, Ib. FLOUR 49 Ibs. $ 1.98 NONE BETTER $ Mr. Farmer: Buy your harvest orders here. We know we can save you money. VANILLA R Oz. Battle IOc Boiled Ham, '£· 39c Cabbage, 3 large beads ... IOc Red Rose Salmon, 1 Ib. can 19c 15c Salmon, 2 cans 25c Soap, N!,P.L . 10 bars 25c WIENERS perlb. 15c Sardines, 1 Ib. tall can ... 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