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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 9

Mason City, Iowa
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Saturday, February 21, 1931
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10 ~~-- -^--_^^_ Louis Meyer Wins' Grand Poultry Prize ' at Latimer Exhibit LATIMER, Feb. 21.--Louis Meyer of Latimer won the grand prize of 100 baby chicks given in the Franklin county' corn and poultry .show here. Mr. Meyer's entries scored a tote! of 17 points, winning five first places to take the high honors. Other winners of grand prizes in the various departments will be announced later by the judges. The show was one of the MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE most successful ever held here, wit a large attendance. Spirit Lake Man Killed When His Car Hits Bum] JACKSON, Minn., Feb. 21. UP)--A N. Rerebeck, Spirit Lake photogra pher, was killed near here when h was thrown 25 feet thru the top o his automobile as the machine hi a big bump yesterday. Two com panions, Eugene Snow and Orvill Bads, both of Spirit Lake, wer slightly hurt. Lincoln Sandwich Shop and Cafe 16-18 SECOND STREET NORTHEAST Special Table de Hote Dinner ... 65c Served from 11 A. M. 'til 8:30 P. M. SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 22 Chicken Soup . . . a la Victoria Relish . . . Stuffed Olives and Celery Hearts CHOICE OF CHICKEN · Chicken Fricasse . . . Parsley Dumpling Fried Spring Chicken ... a la Maryland Roast Stuffed Spring Chicken . . . Sweet Potatoes Barbecue Chicken . . . Green Apple Sauce Roast Watertown Turkey ... Cranberry Sauce Roast Duckling . . . Mushroom Sauce SALAD Shredded .'Head Lettuce with Thousand Island Dressing VEGETABLES . . . Escalloped Corn Choice of Snowflake or Boiled Potatoes DESSERT ... Hot Mince Pie or Chocolate Ice Cream Sundae SPECIAL SOc DINNER Chicken Soup ... a la Victoria Roast Prime Ribs of ; Beef ... Natural Aujus Roast Loin of Pork . . . Grape Jell RELISH . . . Stuffed Olives and Celery Hearts SALAD ... Shredded Head Lettuce with Thousand Island Dressing VEGETABLES .. . Escalloped Corn Choice of Snowflake or Boiled Potatoes DESSERT ... Hot Mince Pie or Chocolate Ice Cream Sundae Short Orders Served at All Hours Juicy Steaks and Chops "Service and QuEjlity" is Our Motto Sweethearts and Wives will enjoy one of these elegant dinners at The Lincoln ... Bring Yours! 21 VANDERBILTS EXPECT TWINS? SCIENCE CONFIRMS Mrs. William H. Vnnderbilt, wife of the republican national committeeman from Rhode Island, is expecting a doubly blessed event, according to dispatches. By means of the Xray physicians are now able to malte preobstetrical reports of this nature, which a few years ago would have been im- possible. Photos show .Mrs. Van tier bi!t, left; a portable X-ray machine iit a recent convention of scientists in Cleveland, Ohio, Iy which the sex of the tinhorn child can be determined. Dr. Meencs is shown exhibiting some of his radiograph plates. The "ex" in "ex-doughboy" ap- lies to the dough as well as the oys.--Cedar Rapids Gazette. 1O95 , to 91193 . «495tof35B 195 59S KB THKIFTY -BUY saves you · Here is the greatest vahiever off ered in a Eoright-engined car ... There has never been a more powerful Willys- Knight, or one more distinguished in appearance and appointments . . . And this new car is larger than any previous low- priced Knight . . . Come in and see it . . . The price is *700 less than last year's car -- a saving of more than one-third. · A BIG SIX, priced lite a four A POWERFUL KffGHtT . . . A BRILLIANT KNIGHT . . W I Y 8 con/ BETAEL SALESMEN WANTED. DEALERS WANTED IN OPEN TERRITORY Hathorn Auto Company 10D-1I FIRST ST. S. E. A'T8rona-~AlKmn Motor Sales Armstrong--Hans P. \Ylriff · Ayrsldrc--fllto Johnson BeJmond--Charlen J. John sort Bnffalo Center--Boll HeUFand 7or»1th--Around Tabfc Clmrlrs CKy--KiT Matfrsnn Clarion--Carmlcfiael Motor Co. Clrnr T,nke--OvprJond Mason To. Crystal JUike--Ivenion and Anderson DISTRIBUTOR Down--Saterlee Garage ,, Eagle Grove--Clmrarth Mnlor Snles Co. Ejithervllle--Reason .Motor Co. Oalt--John I'nulson Fnnlkner--Fnulkner Motor Co. Fomt :i(y--R. C. Willlra Floyd--Floyd Motor SrrvJcr Gtirncr--Whfpnct Service Station Hampton--M'ltlnrJ Buttery St.-ilJon IlHnafll--J, If. Rnnclnll Kanntrhn--H. H. nichm* MASON CITY J.ntlmni-- F. a. I-cml;o T.llvcrnr--I.uvcrne Auto ,t Mnrhlnn Co. -ilnrbln Honk--Mnrblc Hock GaraKc fllrnnln--Olranla fiarnsn Hockford--C. M. Aurnnd Klravlltr^I-:. Mmti:r Hiidtt--Xlmmcr Auto Co, Suva City--!·'. A. Oriflllli Titonka--Folk Motor Cn. U'nlllziKrorrt--Gumlereon Molnr Co. LOCAL RAILROADS Greatwestern Builds Rail-Top Crossing A rail-top crossing is being' constructed on the Chicago Great Western crossing on First street northwest. The crossing, made by placing- used rails close together, is one^of several being planned. Railroad Group Will Meet Tuesday Evening The regular meeting of the Benefit Association of .Railroad em- ployes will be held at 8 o'clock Tuesday evening at the P. G. and B. auditorium. A program has been arranged. RAILROAD BRIEFS Chicago, Rock Island and Pacific Raymond D. Heins, Chicago, traveling passenger agent'for the Southern Pacific lines, was a. traffic department caller Feb. 16. H. E. Barnquist, Des Moines, traveling passenger agent for the Rock Island lines, transacted business with the traffic department Feb. 17. Chicago Great Western A special rate of one fare for a round trip has been announced for Mason. City dollar day, Feb. 25 by the Great Western road.r The rate applies from Kenyon, Minn., to Lyle, Minn., and from Ft. Dodge to Swale- dale. C. F. Koehn, Fort Dodge div- ional freight and passenger agent, was here on business Tuesday. Local employes of the Great Western are beginning to receive their policies taken out in the group insurance plan at the first of the year. Chicago Northwestern. F. W. -Berger, bill clerk, was unable-to be at work some time'this week because of illness. E. N. Curl, Omaha, traveling way- master of the Western Weight and Inspection bureau, was in Mason City Wednesday. L. S. Bonesteel, divisional manager of the western weight and inspection bureau, was in Maeon City 1 last week. J. A. Price returned to work Tuesday after a week's illness. E. V. Shaw, materiaJ^handlcr for the local store department, has been transferred to Belle Plaine. Minneapolis and St. Louis. F. O. Coleman, superintendent at Oskaloosa, was a visitor here Wednesday. H. C. Garrison, Kansas City, traveling freight agent for the M. and O. line, called here Thursday. D. E. Sullivan, yardmaster; W. A. Collins, round-house foreman", and F. J. Martinson, car foreman, were in Hampton Thursday to attend the funeral of E. W. Runup, foundhouse foreman at Hampton. C. F. Adams, yard clerk, called at DeKalb, III., Wednesday. Milwaukee News. Medical car "Metz" named for the chief surgeon of the Milwaukee railroad, left Mason City Friday night for the Dubuque division. The medical car had been at Mason City for the past week giving examinations to train and enginemen. H. L. Wiltrout, trainmaster from Mitchell, S. Dak., was in Mason City Friday to confer with officials here. G. A. Van Dyke, superintendent at Austin, visited the Mason City offices Feb. 17. 39 Criminal Cases Disposed of During Fayette Court Term WEST UNION, Feb.-21.--When Judge W. L. Eichendorf adjourned the January term of district court for Fayette county in West Union Friday he stated that the records made on the criminal docket were something he had never seen equalled in any county in the thirteenth judicial district at any term of court over which he had presided. No less than 39 criminal matters have been given final disposition during the term of six weeks, or more than an average of one for each working- day of tile term. Every one was disposed of on a plea of guilty, without a single case going to a jury trial. Martin M. Cooney is county attorney. Gas Pipe Line Crew Working at Garner GARNER, Feb. 21.--Harold Morgan, foreman for the Missouri Valley Gas Pipe Line company, has a force of 13 men with headquarters in Garner working on the lines that cross highway No. 15 a mile south of Klemme. The large main will be within throe miles of Garner. The Central States Electric companv will join this line and it is expected that natural gas will be available in Garner by July 1 this year. Feel Always Stiff v»d Achy? I Kidney Disorders Are Too Serious to Ignore. Arc you troubled with backache, bladder irritations and getting up at nightr 1 Then don't take chances! Help your kid- ncysat the first sign of disorder. Use Doan's Pilk. Successfulfor more than 50 years. Endorsed by hundreds of thousands of . grateful users. Get Doan'i to- Sold everywhere. Woman Solon Makes It Hard for Lobbyists to Get on Floor of House DES MOINES, Feb. 21. GW--Persistent efforts o'f Representative Carolyn C. Pendray of Jaclson county to keep lobbyists from the floor of the house of representatives have met with success. Speaker Francis Johnson has ruled that only persons bearing cards signed by a member may be admitted ,to tha house chamber. State officials, senators, former legislators and judges are allowed the privileges of the floor under the house rules. Mrs. Pendray repeatedly has- invoked the regulation barring lobbyists and has attacked vigorously their operation among legislators. Mrs. Schmidt Rites Arranged at Titonka TITONKA, Feb. 21.--Mrs. Ernest H. Schmidt, 39, who died Thursday at a Mason City hospital from a complication, will be buried Sunday. She had been ill for several months and was taken to the hospital about two weeks ago. She leaves her husband and two chiHron, a boy,and a girl. Funeral services are to be held at the Lutheran church northeast of Titonka in charge of the Rev. A. Kilian and burial will be at the church cemetery. May Have Reload Station. DEWITT, Feb. 21. /P--A meeting of livestock producers of Clinton county has been called for Feb. 27 to consider a plan to establish a reload station in the county. Roy F. O'Don- ' Reversing original o r d e r , Prof. Dr. Bnmo Lange, of the Kaiser WUhelm Institute, Berlin, is the discoverer of the photo-electric cell by means of which it is said light may be converted Into electricity. Prof. Lango Is only 29 years old. nell, manager of the Iowa Livestock Marketing association, will be present. Would Permit Legislation. DES MOINES, Feb. 21. UP)--A resolution permitting 'congress to enact legislation for development ot the St. Lawrence waterway has been introduced in the senate. DAMAGE SUIT TO START MONDAY Jury in Winnebago Called; Verdict Given Matthews in Crash Suit. FOREST CITY, Feb. 21.--Winnebago county court adjourned Friday until Monday afternoon at which time the jury has been called and it is expected that the case of R. K. Hoy vs. Irving A. Nelson will be tried. Thin is an action growing out of an auto accident last summer. A verdict of $625 was given the plaintiff in the case of Martel Matthews vs. Henry Finer. This was an auto collision casa involving an accident north of Forest City which occurred last August. The decision of the court was given in favor of M. J. Thompson, receiver of the First National bank of Lake ' Mills, against J. E. Colby and wife. This was a case involving a mortgage foreclosure. No decision has been given as yet in the case of the F a - w c e t . t investment company against the $atton estate, which was tried before the judge. Ellsworth Introduces Bill. DES MOINES, Feb. 21. UP--Representative B. O. Ellsworth of Har- I din county has introduced bills I which would require a meeting ofjj the board of teachers on the first | Monday in September, would' per- L mit a 2-mill levy for municipal park.I purposes and would require a meet-il ing of township boards of trustees fl the first Monday in September. Those, who were unable to attend the opening- day of Merkel's Anniversary Celebration, will be interested in knowing that the sale continues all this coming week and that each day will bring forth pleasant surprises. Watch our newspaper announcements for these daily events. Several departments will be featured each day in order to bring out the outstanding specials. There are so many opportunities for you to save on things that you will need during the next few months that you cannot afford to let them pass by. MONDAY WE FEATURE THIS GREAT MILLINERY EVENT I I at A Great Purchase and Sale of N E W E S T I S P R I N C HATS HATS FOR WHICH YOU WOULD EXPECT TO PAY $3.95 AND S4.95 Featuring the fashions that will predominate during the coming- spring--offering style leadership, plus value. This event will again prove Merkel's supremacy in value giving. ii'

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