Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on February 12, 1931 · Page 17
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 17

Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, February 12, 1931
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FEBRUARY 12 1931 I YOUTHS CAUGHT IN CHARLES CITY Officers Investigate Case Implicating Four in Robberies. CHARLES CITY, Feb. 12.--Off! cials today were further invest! gating the cases of four young men who were arrested Tuesday after r^'? connection with a series of robberies. Those arrested by Chie of Police Dan Shannon were Ed ^^K^ 0 is n^'ed, Donald PrP^T n, F ° y Knei3el and Emmett Greene, the latter three being abou! 17 years of age . Greene was released on bond today but the other three were held rfenv ;,For the past two week ?,, Jf thi , ev f r y h " *eeu going 01: m several stores. Beckwith was arrested, officers stated, for selling lead taken from storage batteries belonging to Henry TMM i a ? 1 ' C ' Hei ' in S' Officials said Beckwith admitted the theft and implicated another young man Greene and Kneisel claimed they beries t0 d ° With the rob Officers indicated that the youths were implicated in the robberies of the David pool hail, the Mathers grocery and market, the George l T f";P fer grocery store, the entering tof the Gray coal office and the at" I,;tempted entry of the Ernie Hurst restaurant. County Attorney E C Hardwig has charge of the prosecu- Winners Nan?ed in Northwoo'G Declam; Contests Scheduled NORTHWOOD, Feb. 12 --Winners m the home declamatory contest of the Northwood high school . Tuesday evening were Warren Lar, sonjn the oratorical division, Cecelia Hove, dramatic and Arthur Rye hu- morpus. These three will represent Northwood at the Worth conuty contest to be held at Fertile high school Thursday evening, Feb. 19 and at the first round o£ the state : contest to be held at Nbrthwood KILLED BY FIEND Detroit is shocUed' by the gruesome murder of 12-year- old Doris McDonald, whose body was recovered from the Detroit river, near Belle Isle bridge. Examination showed the child vas attacked, then hurled Into the river. Persons In the vicinity reported hearing a child scream just before the body was found. Feb. 17. The annual quadrangular declamatory, contest with teams representing the high schools of Lake .Mills, Forest City and Buffalo Center wil be held Wednsday evening, Feb. 18. 'Arthur Rye, Edmund Hartfiel arid Hertha Haase will remain at the Northwood contest; War- reu Larson, Marcella Hinman and Cecelia Hove will go to Lake Mills; Arnold Bidne, Evelyn Moore and luth Walser will appear at Forest 3ity; and Robert Brunsvold Helen luus and Janet Narum will journcv o Buffalo Center. Report Flood of Umbrellas. LONDON, Feb. 12. (UP)--During a- recent rainy spell here an average f 400 umbrellas were turned in aily at the lost property office waiting to be claimed by women rtio had left them in trams, buses and taxi cabs. SGHALL REFUSES TO ALTER STAND Minnesota Senator Will Not Support Anyone but Michel. WASHINGTON, Feb. 12 ,T-Senator Schall, republican" Minnesota, today refused to change his position in favor of Ernest Michel Minneapolis, for a Minnesota feder- -al judgeship, In the face of resolutions by Minnesota Bar association proposing J. D. Roeser of St. Cloud for the post. Schall has declined to submit other names to the president for consideration after Attorney General Mitchell, supported by Mr Hoover, declined to recommend Michel. Commenting on the resolutions. Senator Schall said- "Mr Roeser is a fine lawyer, an able man and my friend, but I'm for Michel" RAMPTON FOUND DEAD IN FERTILE Pioneer Settler Who Died Suddenly Survived by Two Daughters. FERTILE, F e b . 12.--J a m e s Hampton, pioneer settler in this vicinity, was found dead in bed this morning by hia daughter, Mrs. Charlotte Shinn. He had been in poor health «for some time. He was about 80 years of age and lived on a farm two miles from here for several years before coming to Fertile. His wife preceded him in death about six years ago. He is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Shinn, Fertile, and Mrs. W J Warden, California. Funeral arrangements have not been announced. MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE Will Vote on Bond Issue. CEDAR PALLS, Feb. 12. (INS) -A proposal to issue municipal bonds for $18,000 and levy a two mill tax for their retirement, will be presented at polls in Cedar Rapids next month. A Jerlt Means Death. SMETHWICK, Eng., Feb. 12. (UP)--Fourteen years after hia neck was broken by a piece of shrapnel, W. H. Bullivant is stiU alive but knows a slight jerk may mean instant death. Kailroad Tank Car Explodes. DELMAR, Feb. 12. /B--A tank car in a Chicago, Milwaukee, St Paul and Pacific freight exploded yesterday. The resultant fire destroyed also a merchandise car ·^^·^·i Specials FRIDAY, SATURDAY AND MONDAY EXTRA SPECIAL pi flTTP i l A / U I \ Higher Grades Reduced Accordingly « Ib. sack Guaranteed GOLD DUST 35c Size COFFEE, Butternut and Hills ' Bros., Folgers or Nash ENGLISH WALNUT MEATS, nice and fresh, pound . . . . . . . . COCOANUT, in bulk, fresh, long- shreacls. Reg-. 35c, per Ib. DILL PICKLES, full quart size PEARS, No. 21/0, Regular 25c, in syrup CRACKERS, 35c size MATCHES, 5c size; 6 large boxes JAM, assorted flavors, quart sizes, 50c value PINEAPPLE, No. 21/i in syrup WALNUTS Regular 35c grade; pound SAVEX--Best for ·, laundry^ 25c size 1C W i t h Purchase of one for 25c CATSUP, - x v 25c size I5/C PEACHES in Heavy Syrup; Jack Sprat, 35c size 2 Cans 45c 25c PRUNES - Special Medium size, 4 Ibs 25c Large size, 3 Ibs ' | * ' 25 C Extra Large, 2 Jbs .25c Special Prices on Box Lots SUGAR--10 Ibs. 49c With order of $2.00 or more. Butter and Eggs not included. SUGAR, Powdered, 2-!b. pkg MACARONI, EGG NOODLES or SPAGHETTI, lOc size, 4 pkgs. 19c 25c BUTTER Best grade creamery; one pound with order 27c 59c COFFEE 30c grade, per Ib. 22c; 3 Ibs. for BUY NO. 10 SIZE FRUIT AND SAVE MONEY APRICOTS, BLACKBERRIES fift or LOGANBERRIES, solid packO"C ITALIAN PRUNES or * n PEACHES, solid pack'. 4SJC CHERRIES, high grade, Q^T red pitted O / C RASPBERRIES, red or 07 black, best grade O / C BLUEBERRIES, O,Q best grade i/OC EGGS Fresh from the farm, dozen Storage -- No. 1. Our own pack, guaranteed, dozen . . . 13c lOc PEANUT BUTTER, just made, fresh, 1 Ib. BREAD--Fresh Daily, full size loaf DECKER'S IOWANA BACON Sliced; per pound SHOP AT OUR STORE-SAVE 10% TO 25% ON YOUR PURCHASES WE PAY ABOVE MARKET PRICE FOR EGGS-CASH OR TRADE RAIZES 215-801 S. FEDERAL DEPARTMENT STORE FREE DELIVERY PHONE 434-435 Andrew on Speaking Proirrnru BURLINGTON, Feb. 12. W)-!L. A. Andrew, state superintendent of banks, was on the speaking program today of a meeting of bankers from Jefferson, Dea Moines, Lee, Henry and Louisa counties. ,' 17 1,048 Eggs for Drought Relief. DES MOINES, Feb. 12. (m--Do- nations from many points in Iowa have aggregated 1,048 cases of eggs, which are now being prepared for shipment to drought sufferers in Arkansas. Ness Leases Funeral Home. DECORAH, Feb. 12.--After 21 years with the Decorah'Furniture company, Henry Ness resigned and leased the funeral home of Willis and Vick on Water street. Ineoucso PRICE8 , Y1T · ·- Feb. 13 to 1 JACK CANS GUARANTEED MERCHANDISE;" Mixed Vegetables SSI. Diced Carrots Mor tLT£S! cal · OmatOeS Packed by hand. Sauerkraut Medium sized «». Lima Beans Sweet Potatoes cans, cans, Whole. cans, Tomato Jiuice Drink i* * health. 2 29c |C PER LARGE CAN Clean, no grit. 2 cans Better than fresh fruit. Per can, JACK Salad Fancygrade. Per reakfast Figs ^"g^*TM breakfast. p N Liry Made from ripe tomatoes. Large 4 Q bottle, BirC Chili Con Carne R Grocer Brand. 49 Ib. bag, 24^1b. bag, RWS SUPREME CHOCOLATE CREAM vac uum ti n RE HOME-OWNED ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ · · · · · · · · ^ · · · ^ ^ ^ ^ · · ' · · · V W ^ H ^ ^ ^ H _ , ,, . , For Your Convenience... R Grocers In Mason City Huwkins Meat Market * Groc., J003 E. State, Ph. Horse Shoe Orocery 2 i n X. Federal Phone 20!) Harry I,. ,1 nmes 2 424 S. Jefferson Phone 1203 A. W. Kltto .,02 7tl, S. K. Phono. 751 ,1. Kropman I fi ntl^N. E. Phone 1722 Thompson Dean Co 121 N . i,',,,leral Phone 217 Barrwlt Bros. Co 20 2nd N. K. Phone 43 C. M. Baxter .403 S. Federal Phone 2103 Clileaeo Mem Market *. Oroc., f!2fi S. .TncUson, Ph. 908 OallORly r.rocfiry -104 15th St. N. W. I'lione 7.1« William Oarfln (Jrocnry, 42S Sr.l St. N .E. Phone fi28 \V. S. T.«wrenro 402 12th St. N. W. Phone 2137 Liberty Grocery 107 North Federal North Monroo Grocery. . .R22 N. Monroe Olson Kossack fiI8 So. Federal S. P. Shunlro 52S No . 1( , nn Square Deal Grocery. .404 So. Madison Wilson Grocery 40.1 .Ird Sf. N. K. rhone 358 Tliono 3S8 Phone 1800 1'fionc 2187 Phono 1163 Phone 241

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