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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE FEBRUARY 19 1931 ' * V STEItLlNG NO. 1 STERLING NO. 13 N. Federal 812 S. Fenn. Â·HM George Washington the father of his country, brought independence to the United States. Abraham Lincoln , united the Union and brought Independence to the colored race. The Sterling Groceries. brought low prices on Groceries to Mason City so you can still bo independent. LUKE B. MILLER Sterling No. 1 Phono 1600-1-3 Sterling No. 2 Phone 807 FRIDAY, SATURDAY MONDAY We must keep the Farmers Prosperous, to be Prosperous ourselves Clear Lake Butter, pound .................. .......... 33c Feus, Jorge can .......... lOoB Tomatoes, can , ..... ...... lOc Golden Bantam Corn, large lOc Mustard, Pints ........... lOc Pumpkin, can ............ lOc Vinegar, Bottle ........... lOc Hominy, can ....... . ..... lOc. Sweet Corn, can .......... lOc Sauerkraut, large can ...... lOc Cut Green Beans, can ...... lOc Conditions Look Dark, But Brighten Up With These Matches Matches, 6 Large 5c Boxes for .......................................... 13c 1 Monarch Coffee, Ib. . . . ---- 37c I Monarch Breakfast Coffee 25 o McLaughlln's 99i/j, 3 Ib3. 99c McLnughlln's Gem, Ib ..... 25 c Ohase Sanborn Coffee, Ib. 37c IOWA CITY MAN SHOT IN FIGHT Farmhand Is Wounded in Battle Over Housekeeper of Neighbor. IOWA CITY, Feb. 19. CT)--While Hayes Carver, farmhand, lay near death in the University hospital here :oday, county officials said they, would defer fixing blame for a shooting in which Carver was wounded until his condition is finally determined. Carver received a shotgun wound in the head in an affray on the Ed Alberhasky farm near Tiffin yesterday afternoon. Alberhasky is being held in the Johnson county jail for questioning. The shooting allegedly occurred in a dispute over Alberhasky's housekeeper, whose name is thot to be Jennie Roman, formerly of Davenport. She is being held as a material witness. County-Attorney F. B. plsen said that, while Carver has a fair chance of recovery, his death would lead to a murder charge against Alberhasky. Folgor's Coffee, Ib S Hills' Bros. Coffee, Ib 37c Butternut Coffee, Ib .87c Maxwell House Coffee, Ib.. .87c Hello World Coffee, Ib 37c BLUE KIBBON Puritan Malt, Large Cans 45c Corn Starch, 3 pkgs 25c Gloss Starch, 3 plcgs 25c Monarch Tapioca, pkg lOc Sal Soda, Urge pltg lOc Brown Sugar, 3 Ibs. . . . . . . .25o Llbby's Tall Milk, 3 for...25c rennut Butter, Tints No. 1 25c Gold Medal Cake Flour 2Bc Castle Tea, pkg 25c McLaughlln's Bulk Tea, Ib. 40e Make the Old Man and Children a Cake--They will appreciate It! Powdered Sugar, 4 Ibs. for - Â· LENTEN FOODS Luther College Professor Back From Absence Leave DECORAH, Feb. 19. (Â£--Prof W. L. Strunk, head of the Luther college biology department, has returned from a leave of absence during which he completed work for his doctor of science degree at the University of Michigan. Sardines, Mustard, Ige. can lOc! Sardines, Tomato, Ige. can lOol Sardines, Oil,, can 7c j Tuna Fish, can 24ol Kippered Herring, can 15cl | Fish Balls, can ..-.-..-.. -25c Pink Salmon, Ib. c a n . . . . . .IQc Monarch Red Salmon, can 25c Clover Brand lied Salmon 29c Libby's Red Salmon, Ig. can Sac 100 Ib. Bag No. 1 Potatoes - ...l...$1.40 PECK, 25o Prunes, medium size, 3 Ibs. 25cl Bulk Macaroni, 3 .Ibs 25c| Bice, Fancy,' 5 Ibs 25c Northern Beans, 4 Ibs 25c Apricots, Fancy, Ib 19c | I Bulk Oatmeal, 9 )b3 25c Bulk Cocoa, 2 Ibs ...25c Bulk Farina, S Ibs 17c Bnlk Cocoanut, No. 1, lb...29c Prunes, Large, Ib 19c Just What Your System Needs In the Winter Time Grapefruit, Large Fancy, Dozen... -49c Head Lettuce, solid 6cj New Cabbage, Ib 5c I Carrots, bunch 10cl Lemons, large, dozen 35cJ Oranges, large, dozen SOc f Nut Meats, Fresh, Ib 593 English Walnuts, No. 1, Ib. 29e Celery, large stalks ....... 15c Fresh Roasted Peanuts, Ib. 15c Apples, Fancy, 4 Ibs 25c ALWAYS FRESH National Biscuit Co.^Â± nm o s rl^s2 Ib. Caddy 25c Monarch Golden Bantam..ISc Monarch Peaches, large 25cl Monarch Kcd Kidney Beans 15c Monarch Yankee Beans.. .Iflc Monarch Sauerkraut, large 19cl Monarch Ketchup, large... 19c I Monarch Tomatoes, sol. pk. 15c I Monarch Preserves, Jge. jar S3c I Monarch Sauerkraut, large 17c Mon. Pork Beans, 3 cans 25c ALWAYS FRESH--Delivered Twice Daily By Mr. Palmer Purity Bread, Large 16 oz. Loaf .. m .._..5 Monarch Mixed Vegetables 15cl Monarch Pumpkin, large...loci Monarch Cocoa, Ib. cari;...25cl Monarch Grapefruit, can...!9cj Monarch Grape Juice,-' Pints 25c Monarch Oats, large pkg.. .22c Monarch Macaroni, 4 pkgs. 25c Monarch Fresh Prunes, can 25c I Monarch Tomato Juice lOc Monarch -Grapefruit Orange Juice 25c USE OXYDOL and Have Plenty of Time for Pleasure Oxydol, Large Package, 19c Old Glory Macaroni, 7 pkgs. 25c Banner Oats, large pltg..,.17c Fig 'Bare and Ginger Snaps, L 2 Ibs. 25c| Brooms,'Good Oncs...40c, r9c| Apples, Fancy, box $1.75 Decker's Tall Corn Bacon, Ib. 29c | Decker's lowana Bacon, Ib. 35c Decker's Canadian Style...39o Decker's Pigs Feet, quarts S5c Decker's Pigs. Feet, pints..20c A GUARANTEED FLOUR--WELL WORTH THE MONEY Gold Value Flour, 49 Ibs $1.09 Oyster Shells, bag 98c Bulk Oats, bag $2.15 Block Salt 45c Laying Mash, bag.... 52.85 Cod Liver Oil, gallon $1.89 Cider, gallon .49c Pure Cider Vinegar, gallon 85c Peaches, No. 10 can 49c Smoke Salt, large 98c Flat Brod,.pkg 25c 100 Ibs. Beet ................... . ............................ $5.07 100 Ibs. Cane ............................... . ................ $5.27 Let the Gold Dust Twins Do Your Work -- They Never Fail Gold Dust, Large Package ____ . .............. _ ............................ 19c MR. FARMER: 'Bring us your Eggs, cash or trade any department of the store. Use phone, easy chairs to rest, washroom, checkroom. Private parking- place for customers of Sterling Store. S P E C I A L We Will WASH or GREASE ANY CAR 99c Quaker State or Champlin Motor Oils S R CHEVROLET CO. First and Washington, S. W. Hayfield Student Takes Lead in Play at Waldorf College Freshmen Present "Mmik;" North lowans Are in Roles. FOREST CITY, Feb. 19.--The annual Waldorf college freshmen class play will be presented Thursday evening at the Forest theater. The play selected for this year js 'Minick." The play is being directed by Mrs. L. A. Olson of the college faculty. The title role is being played' by John Golbuff of Hayfield. Other members of the cast are Arnold Skaden of Blue Earth, -Minn., Doris Kaasa of ;Han- ontown, Andclia . Elverstrom of Blue Earth, Oswald, Thorson of Forest City, Kay Fox of Forest City, Clement Juul of Kensett, Marie Smesrud of St. Ansgar, Clara toltvet of Thompson, -Alvina Johnson of Randall, Nina Johnson of Emmons, Clara Gunderson of Lake Mills, Bessie Hillesland of Thor, Cora Breeke of Emmons and Curtis Ritland of McCaulsburg. JOHN GOLBUFF DECORAH COURT TO OPEN MONDAY Case of Hallman and Keeper Outgrowth of Accident on Highway. DECORAH, Feb. 19.--Judge Eiehendorfer of McGregor will preside at the February term of.court, which commences Monday. The following cases are noted for. trial; Robert Boes vs. T. H. Gohsen; Robert Boes vs. John McCall; Frank W. Karnik vs. Frank Chipera; J; R. Hallman vs. Cecil Keepers; Helga Kuhn vs. Lloyd Kjose; L. H. Kuhn vs. Lloyd Kjose. The Hallman- Keeper case is the outgrowth of an accident last October when Hallman was struck by a passing car on highway No. 9 and his arm mangled until it was almost useless. The driver of the car that struck Hallman was Cecil Keepers. We Will Wait On You EVENINGS If Desired by Appointment PHONE 3400 No Obligation MIER WOLF FURNITURE WYOMING CHIEF EXECUTIVE DIES Governor Frank Emerson, 48, Is Victim of Heart Attack. CHEYENNE, Wyo., Feb. 19. .T --Gov. Frank C. Emerson of Wyoming, weakened by a five day illness, died of a heart attack last night. He was 48 years old. The governor left his office, last Friday because of a mild attack of influenza, which developed into pneumonia Sunday. A. M. Clark, secretary of state, said today he would declare himself acting governor until a successor is chosen at the state election in 1932. Clark is a republican, as was hia chief. Emerson's first election to the governorship followed a stormy term as state engineer, .in which ov. William B. Ross, a democrat, once- had a sheriff eject him from Lhe office. Emerson took the dispute to the supreme court, which ordered him reinstated. Surviving him are his widow and three sons. Many Given Treatment at University Psychopathic Hospital, Reports Show IOWA CITY, Feb. If).--Seeking surcease from mental ills, a total of 1,315 persona from 98 counties received treatment at the state psychopathic hospital at the University of Iowa during 1929 and 30. The classification reveals that 204 oÂ£ the individuals were ward patients and that 1,111 persons were treated in the out-patient service. Women outnumbered men 682 to 633. After an average stay of 74 days, 100 ward patients were discharged either well or improved. The greatest number fell within the age range of 31 to 40 years, closely followed by the age group of 21 to 30 years. li Declamatory Winners at Lakota Announced LAKOTA, Feb. 19.--The declamatory contest was held at the World theater, Tuesday' evening. Norman Frerking won first in dramatic, Williams demons first in oratorical and Loraine Smith first in humor- AGED RESIDENT OF GARNER DIES Funeral Services Arranged for Richard Kenefeck on Friday. GARNER, Feb. 19. -- Funeral services for Richard Kenefick, 77, will be held in St. Boniface church Friday morning 1 at 9 o'clock, the Rev. Father Maternach officiating. Burial will be at Belmond when the Rev. Father Meloy will be in charge. Mr. Kenefick died early Wednesday morning and altho in gradually failing: health for several years, he was up and about until a few days ago. Mr. Kenefick was born at Ackley but lived most of his life at Belmond where he followed the carpenter trade. Since the death of his wife five years ago, Mr. Kenefick made his home with his daughter, Mrs. Charles Engstler. Relatives besides Mrs. Engstler are a son, Leo, in Oregon and another daughter, Mrs. Harry McClurg, Ottawa, 111., and a number of grandchildren. He was a first cousin of Dr. Kenefick of Algona. Triangular Declam Is Held at Cresco CRESCO, Feb. 19.--Caartes City won three firsts in the oratorical, dramatic and humorous classes in the triangular declamatory contest at Cresco Methodist church Tuesday evening. Placings were: Oratorical, Howard Larson, Charles City; Lawrence Baltzer, New Hampton; George Baker, Cresco; dramatic, Vida Bunze, Charles Cit\ Naomi Schlesselman, Cresco; Virginia Gable, New Hampton. Humor- ous, Helen Moad, Charles City; Pearl Merritt, New Hampton; Helen Thomas, Cresco. Judges were O. H ; Talle and Fred college, Decorah, Decorah. Swanson, Luther and E. C. Baily, Floyd Lodge Entertained 'Â· by Rudd Royal Neighbors RUDD, Feb. 19.--The Royal Neighbors members of the White Rose camp at Floyd accepted the invitation Tuesday evening of the Rudd Royal Neighbors to a. hard times party. St. Ansgar Winners in Declam Announced ST. ANSGAR, Feb. 19. -- The home declamatory contest was held here Tuesday evening. St. Ansgar- high school won the county declamatory contest last year. Tuesday winners were: Oratorical, Edwin Tribbensee, first and Gerhard Bosholm, second; dramatic, Edna Mundt, first and Paul Rosel, second; humorous class. Carl Zuehl, first and' Mary Ellen Moore, second. These winners will take part in the contests with other schools this year. Miss Gibson directs th dramatic and humorous classes arid Supt. H. F. Risse has charge of the oratorical group. Minneapolis Proxy Resigns. SIOUX CITY, Feb. 19. (i?--Morningside college trustees accepted the resignation of President Frank E. Mossman, effective Sept. 1. Dr. F. W. Schneider, vice president, will become acting president until a. suc- cessof to Dr. Mossman is appointed. Accessories that are new...to complete the costume-- Pure Dye Silk 'Â£' LINGERIE New styles and colors in pure silk lingerie. Bloomers, step-ins, panties, chemise and dance sets. Some laco trimmed. - HANDBAGS Clever styles in new bags to complete the costume. All colors and shapes. GLOVES Slip-on style in soft, washable cape kid.. New spring colors. $2.95 $2.39 IbuDotheBest extra that only the no-wringer will do: i. 2. 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These are a few of the quality features in this Greater Hudson Eight LAPINER MOTOR CO. HUDSON-ESSEX SALES AND SERVICE Phone 118S The Brightest Corner in Town 117 S. Delaware Swea City Wins Places in Fenton Music Contest SWEA CITY, Feb. IS.--At th= music festival held last night at Fenton, represting six churches and out-charges in the Armstrong group, Swea City took two seconds t.nd one third. The junior choir of the local church took second and the. women's quartet placed thn same with the Grant church placing tnird in junior choir work. Co-Op Farming Discussed at Meeting in Thompson THOMPSON, Feb. 19.--Members of King township Farm Bureau held their regular meeting at the New Center schoolhouse Monday evening-. Harry Alexander and Ole Lockren d 1 s c u s s'e d co-operative farming. County Agent H. C. Aaberg gave a farewell talk as this will be his last township meeting. Annual Meeting Hold. 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