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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 16

Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, January 28, 1937
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waw,.^^ SIXTEEN POLICE DIG FOR MISSING BONES Quiz Laborer as Boy, 5, Is ; Found Dead After 10 ; Weeks' Search. ·', BOSTON, (/P)--A. police squad dug carefully Thursday through a dump not far from Harvard stadium searching for missing bones of 5 year old Chester Harris of Cambridge, found dead in the tragic conclusion of a 10 weeks' search. . Other police went to East Cambridge jail to question a 27 year old laborer held for an alleged attack on a young boy close to the Harris child's home. Another man who told police several weeks ago the boy's body would be found in a factory near the dump, also was listed for questioning. Skull and Ribs Found. Discovery o£ the lad's skull, ribs, pelvis bone and the bone of the upper right arm ended a hunt that began last Oct. 31, when the blond youngster ran off to play. Police scattered circulars nation-wide. The lad's father, Arnold Harris, carried his plea to a national radio audience. Cambridge's city council offered a $500 reward lor discovery of his body. Edward McNamara, 13, of Cambridge, found Chester's skull while playing in a billboard-enclosed lot. . With it was a piece of burlap large enough to cover 'the body and radio wire used to wrap the body in the burlap. Had Been Buried. Medical Examiner William J. Brickley said the body apparently had been buried in a shallow grave which recent rains haj washed out.. The skull had been fractured. Police found other bones buried in a space three feet long and two feet wide. Chester's father quickly identified the lad's shoes. The Harrises moved to Cambridge from Chelsea, Newfoundland, several years ago. Harris, a wtirker in a collar company, ha four other children, Ernest 9 Alma 4, Enilh 2, and Charles, twi brother of the dead boy. Iowa Boy Receives Carnegie M e d a l for Trying to Save Chum FITTSBURG, W--The Carnegie Hjero Fund commission awarded a bronze medal to Carl E. Benson, 14 year old Anita, Iowa, school boy, for his attempt to save a companion from drowning in an icy stream. · Benson and his chum, John C. Davey, 14, were crossing a bridge over , Turkey creek at Anita last March when Davcy toppled into water 10 feet deep. .,, Benson, fully clothed and wear- Ing boots, dived into the stream, pushing' aside drifting ice as he swam to the Imperilled Jad. Davey clutched wiidiy at Benson and the two sank together. Under water, Benson fought loose and they'rose to the surface 15 feet apart, He struck out again toward his struggling comrade, but Davey sank and drowned before he could reach him. MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, JANUAKY 28 · 1937 William F. Barr, 71, Drake Dean Emeritus, Dies at Des Moines DES MOINES, (IP)--William F. Bal-r, 71, Drake university college of education dean emeritus, died Wednesday at his home here. When he retired last June he had completed 31 years as administrator 6J the Drake college of education. He had been suffering from cancer for two years, physicians said. Mrs. McDonald Talks to Thornton P.T.A. THORNTON--At the regular meeting of the P. T. A. held at the gym, about 185 persons attended. Mrs. J. E. McDonald of Mason City was the principal speaker on the program. Mrs. McDonald taught in the Thornton schools years ago and recalled many interesting experiences o£ the past. She spoke also of the modern trends in education. Other num-- bers on the program were dramatizations and folk dances by the third and fourth grades, music by the school band and a safety talk on behalf of the farm and home branch of the Red Cross by Superintendent Davies. 'The Thornton P. T. A. now reports a membership of 137. Iowa Liquor Control Board Gives Another $100,000 to Stat DES MOINES--The Iowa L quor Control commission th week turned over to the state gen eral fund $100,000 of state liquo store earnings. Over a twelve month period starting in Feb vuary, 1936, the commission ha diverted an average of $100,000 o its profits a month into the sta' treasury, a total of §1,200,000. McCullough Rites Are Held at Osage Churc OSAGE--Funeral services wer held here Thursday afternoon a the Congregational church i charge of the Rev. Stiles Lessly and the Rev. John D. Kern Baptist church of John McCu lough, 67, who died at his horn here Tuesday morning after week's illness from flu and com plications. His entire life was live in the same house here. Survivin are his widow and daughter, Mi- Lawrence Remley of Cedar Fall Mrs. Haynes, Formerly of Marble Rock, Die MARBLE ROCK--Word WE received here of the death of Mr Jewett Haynes of Long Beach Cal., which occurred there Wed rtesday. Mrs. Haynes was precede .The New York Union League club has announced its determination to admit democrats to its membership. The choice was either to admit democrats or to move to Maine or 'Vermont -Hartford Courant, _.,t.sBURY'S PANCAKES ABOUT SOME ? BF?EA KFAST TOM ORRow? » . * * Just add milk or water-- strand bak« the finest pa you ever tasted! PBLLSBURY'S PANCAKE FLOUR A l S O P I L L S S U R Y ' S B U C K W H E A T P A N C A K E FLOUR CROCERS MEATS FRUITS.VEGETABLES 10 --JW0 ST. N.E* .v PHONES 43 44 " Calumet BAKING POWDER, 1 Q c 16 oz. Can JLtF GRAPEFRUIT JUICE "Shavers," 2 No. 2 Cans "KLOK," the New DRY CLEANER Brite-Ize CLEANSER, 3 90 C Cans Al«l SANI-FLUSH, 4 |Y r Per Can JL Baking- CHOCOLATE, Jack Sprat, -4 O r '/rib.. Cake J.«| C Fancy BEEF POT ROAST, per lb. 16 MEATS Berkshire SAUSAGE, Pure Pork, per Ib Choice Veal,. Lamb, Fresh Pressed Poultry GRAPEFRUIT, 96 Size, Per Dozen, 37c Grocery Specials FOR FRIDAY-- SATURDAY-- MONDAY CRACKERS, 2 Ib. Box MUSTARD, Quart Jar FLOUR Jersey Cream Each Sack Guaranteed 49 lb ' $ J.69 Sack 49 lb. Sack- Town Crier PEANUT BUTTER, 2 lb. Jar CATSUP, Large Bottle TISSUE, 1000 Sheets. 5- Rolls Campbell's Tomato SOUP, A j 3 Cans j OXYDOL M e d i u m Brown SUGAR, 31b. ulcer HI-PLANE SMOKING TOBACCO lOc TIN SPECIAL 4 FOR P. A. or VELVET SMOKING TOBACCO. 15c TIN FOR Lifebuoy Health SOAP, 3 Bars : Butter-Nut COFFEE, per lb :. Pillsbury's Pancake Flour, g%£ Per Ib. bas: Ad«j SPRY, 1 lb. can 3 lb. Can 59c MATCHES, 5c Boxes, 6 for COCOANUT, Fresh Long Shreds, lb. PURE CANE SUGAR, per 100 lb. *£» A(\ Bag *·*« 10 Ibs. SUGAR ,j with Order Powdered SUGAR, 3 Ib. Package COOKIES, Fancy, 2 Ibs Kellog-g's ALL BRAN, M Z °e '. ^_ 12 C 3 raohajres 3oc Hardwater SOAP, 6 Large A, Bars ^i RINSO, 9-| Large, pkg -.6AM. MID-WINTER SALE NOW GOING ON--WE ARE CLOSING OUT OUR ENTIRE WINTER STOCK AT LARGE SAVINGS VISIT OUR STORE AND BE CONVINCED! SAM RAIZES 215 South Federal DEPARTMENT STORE Phone 434 in death by her husband a few weks ago. She was 75 years old, Lilly Wasson was born in Millbrook, 111., coming to Marble Hock at the time of her marriage and living here until moving to California 19 years ago. She is survived by her daughter, Mrs. Fred Rex, and grandson, Ross Rex, both of this place, and by two sisters who live in Topeka, Kans.. Edward and Wally are experiencing the fierce light that beats about the thrown--Dallas Morn- ins News. Dr, Hagen President of Decorah Chambe DECORAH--All new officei were elected to head the loca Chamber of Commerce at the an nual election: President, Dr. E. F Hagen; vice president, J. H Rickels; second vice president, O H. Grangaard; secretary, E. L Amundsen; treasurer, J. Norma Lee. The Chamber plans to hoi its annual banquet Feb. 4 in th Luther college gymnasium. "SALADff Finer and Fresher TEA BE SURE TO USE RINSO IN YOUfT\ WASHING MACHINE. WOMEN / EVERYWHERE SAY THE NEW ) 1937 RINSO GIVES 25 TO ) 50% MORE SUDS j^ NEW RINSO GIVEsX /OK, I'VE USED RINSO MUCH RICHER AMD LONGER^) FOR TUB WASHING LASTING SUDS -AND IT )( FOR YEARS. I KNOW GETS CLOTHES AT LEAST } } irs GRANO-SO SAFE , 5 SHADES WHITER j *«W l^D EASY ON THE HANDS; THAN ORDINARY/ SOAPS FOLLOWING WASHDAY , WELL, WELU, WELL! THE NEW RINSO" (CERTAINLY DOES GIVE HEAPS MORE SUDS IN MY NEW WASHER. AND JUST SEE HOW i 'LIVELY THEY ARE( EVEN IN OUR fWAIT TILL YOO SEE HOW LONG I THE SUDS STAND UP--AND ' HOW MARVELOUS THEY ARE FOR ALL CLEANING. YOU'LL BE THRILLED! ./., AND DON'T FORGET LADIES-I'M RECOMMENDED BY THE MAKERS OF 33 FAMOUS WASHERS FOR SAFETY- AND WHITER,BRIGHTER CLOTHES ILI.IONS of _ . -- women ace learning that Rinso is now bcttecthan ever -- that it gives heaps more suds --even in hardtst water, Wonderful as the New Rinso is in washers, you'll find it every bit as marvelous for tub washing, too. Sonks out dirt faster Just make a tubful of those longer- luting, faster-acting Rinso suds. See how quickly they soak out dirt without scrubbing ot boiling. Notice how much whiter clothes come--how bright colors stay. Even very soiled clothes come amazingly clean in as little as a 10-minute soaking. Yet Rinso is safe as ever evcnfor overnight soaking. This safe"no-sctub" method makes clothes last 2 or 3 times longer. Rinso's lively.busincss-likesuds remove germs--wash clothes bygienimllj titan. Thus, ic helps to protect your family's health. Rinso is tested and approved by Good Housekeeping Institute. America's biggest-selling package soap. nd Aptrontttf itis Inilirull HEW 1937 HIHSD IS OH SALE AT ALL 6BDCEBS--IH THE SAME FAMILWB PJCKA6E ·MEATS THAT SATISFY* ,, TITTLE BROS JlpjMnKiBrc co. we 105 South Federal Phone G93 SPECIAL FRIDAY and SATURDAY SPECIAL Fresh Spare Rib Ib. Beef Pol Roast Ih. Oysters Gal. SI.90 Center Chuck ,;;.":,',;::,, HERRING each 9c Fresh Picnics Hormels Sliced Bacon 24^ Whole Beef ' Rumps Ih. - - i b . I OUR .WINDOWS BEFORE YOU BUY! "/PIGGLY WIGGLY Our consistently low prices are further reduced for this big, store-wide sale. Every department, almost every shelf offers some outstanding buy. We Pay Cash Four Deliveries Daily--For Eggs 8 A. M.--10 A, M.--2 P. M.--4 P. M. 1591 Kraft Dinner A Meal for 4 in 9 Minutes Pkg ISC Free Demonstration Edward's Marshmallowj, Ib. Wolff's Stuffed Olives, 6Vi oz. Jar Old Manse Pure Preserves, 1 6 oz. Jar Silver Leaf Jelly, 16 oz. Jar Fresh Country Eggs, Dozen.... Corn Country, Decker's, Swift's Butter . . . . , . . ^ S5c Sawyer's Soda , Crackers . . . . . . 15c Hormel's Vegetable Soup No. -2 Can Adds Zest Heinz Catsup Large : · · o . Bottle MARSHALL Standby Brand Tomatoes .-. . .3 £. 2 -25c f Mitel f {//////j//s MEATS Boned, Rolled Rib Roast.. Lb 25c Boned, Rolled Veal Roast.. u, 25c LARD Decker's 100% Pure Leaf Oleomargarine Nucoa; u,..27c All Meat, Home-Made Bologna r/c Fancy Breakfast Lb. Mackerel 25c FRESH FISH Fresh Boltimore Oysters Pr . 22c End Cut Pork Loin Roast. Lb I9c Lean Beef Pot Roast. Lb 16c Fresh Water Pike . . Lb I9c Pan Dressed Lb. Bullheads I9c Fancy Steak Halibut u,.25c BACON lowana Sliced /2 Cello . P k g . . . Bulk Peanut Butter . Lb 15c Sugar Cured Slab Bacon, 29c Holland Milkers 9-lb. Keg Herring $1.09 IVORYSOAP Uncle William Lima Beans. Van Camp's Pork Cr Beans. Del Monte Spinach, No. 2'/2 Can Libby's Mixed Vegetables. Libby's Tomato Juice B Cans Libby's Garden Peas, 2 No. 2 Cans. .. . J. S. Whole Kernel Corn, No. 2 Can, . LaChoy Bean Sprouts, No. 2 Can Franco-American Spaghetti Van Camp's Kidney Beans, 303 Tall. . All Dairy Products Now in the M e a t Department FRESH FRUITS AND VEGETABLES Texas Seedless Grapefruit 3 doz. Golden Ripe Bananas Fancy California Lettuce 5 Dozen Size, Head Texas Mew Cabbage Fresh Green Spinach Pound California New Carrots

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