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Mason City, Iowa
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! 16 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE FEBRUARY 23 Bl 1931 ASSEMBLY HOPES TO FINISH MUCH WORK BEFORE RECESS TAX REVISION TO HOLD SPOTLIGHT University Investigation to Have Important Place in Discussions. By THEODORE P. KOOP. Associated Press Staff Writer. DES MOINES, Feb. 23.--The Iowa legislature this week will make an effort to clean its desks for the spring vacation extending from Friday to March 9. Tax revision measures will continue to hold the center of attention, altho the University of Iowa investt- -gation will share the spotlight for popular interest. A public hearing Wednesday on the mortgage regis-- tration bill will place the last of the tax commission's proposals before the assembly. The senate tax committee is studying the income tax bill as passed by the house. Opposition to the bill is conceded to be stronger in the upper branch, and prospects appeared strong that a conference committee would be needed finally to bring' aa agreement on the provisions. Action in the senate is not - expected before the recess. A subject which gives promise of developing into an important question before the legislature closes is the establishment of a public utilities commission to supplant the railroad board. Hollingsworth of Eoone, Wearin of Mills, and Hutcheon of Greene have presented a bill embodying the recommendation of Gov. Dan Turner in his inaugural address, and another measure by Representative Frank Elliott of Scott county also is on file. His bill carries less sweeping powers. Allied measures also are before committees. Representative Byron Allen of Pocahontas county has a bill to make the railroad commission appointive instead of elective. Senator C. F. Clark of Dinn county and Representative G. J. VanEuren of Sterling No. 1 13 No. Federal Phone 1600-1-2 Jones county have presented a mea sure to place regulation of telephoni and telegraph companies under tin -·omniission. Adam Beck Succumbs Near Nashua; Body Taken to Muscatine NASHUA, Feb. 23.--Adam Becl died Friday night at the home of his daughter, Mrs. J. H. Meerdink southwest of Nashua, and the fcod; was taken to his former home in Muscatine for burial Monday. Mi- Beck was born in Germany Dec. 14 1855, and came to Muscatine when 17 years old, where he lived ,unti two years . ago, when he had ,: stroke and came to Nashua to live with his daughter. One son, C. E Beck, of Iowa City, also survives. Journalism School Heads talk. AMES, Feb. 23--Three journalism department heads--Blair Converse Iowa State; F. J. Lazell, Iowa university, and G. C. Walker, university of Nebraska, spoke Saturday morning to 75 Iowa county newspapermen and women assembled al Iowa state college for the annual newspapermen's short course. Canners See No Reduction. AMES, Feb. 23.--Iowa farmers need not fear a price reduction for the 1931 sweet corn crop, according to a survey made at the annual canners' short course which was held al loWa state college last week. In some few instances the price may even be increased. Union Hears Christiansen. NASHUA, Feb. 23.--Emil Christiansen of Cedar Falls, organizer of the Farmers' union for Butler county, was present at the Four lounty Local Farmers' union session held at the home of John Diller .hree miles south of Nashua, anc explained the production cost charts. What a world: Nobody will take your last cigaret and everybody will ake your last dollar. -- Wisconsin State Journal. Sterling No. 2 812 So. Pcnn. Phone 807 TUESDAY -- WEDNESDAY -- THURSDAY · We Reserve the RiRht to Limit Quantities GOOD BUTTER IS ECONOMY CLEAR LAKE BUTTER, Ib. 31c McLaughlin's Gem Coffee, . , . .pound 25c | McLaughlin's Peaberry, 3 pounds 89c [ McLaughlin's 99/ 2 , 3 lbs...99cj McLaughlin's 333, Ib. .. 2Sn I McLaughlin's Bulk Tea, Ib. 49c Monarch Breakfast, Ib 25c Virginia Sweet Coffee, Jb-.-Sflc Castle Tea, pkg Z5c Monarch Tea, can 23c Tea Balls 25c GOOD TO THE LAST DROP--AND THAT'S THAT Maxwell House Coffee, Ib... 35c New Cabbage, Ib 5c I Ce|efy, large loci Lemons, large, dozen S5c I Carrots, bunch lOo i Grapo ,Fruit, large... oo I Tangerines, 2 dozen 25o Oranges, large, dozen . 25o Apples, 4 Ibs 25c Sweet Potatoes, 4 Ibs 25o Head Lettuce, large 8c CALIFORNIA SUNKIST--FULL OF JUICE ORANGES, Good Size, 2 Doz. 35c Peas, largo can 10e I Sauerkraut, large ..lOoj Sweet Corn, largo lOo E Golden Bantam, large l O o j Cut Green, Beans, large....10o[ Pink Salmon, If), can lOc I Tomutoes, can lOc Cnmpbell's Tomtato Soup, 3 for 25 C Llbby's Tall Milk, 3 for 23o Campbell's Pork and Beans, 3 for 25c The Sterling Groceries No. 1 and No. 2 will continue to run and operate at the same locations under the ownership of Luke B. Miller as they have for the nast 3 years. ANY STATEMENT TO f THE CONTRARY IS A MALICIOUS FALSEHOOD THESE POTATOES ARE SMOOTH AND GOOD COOKERS Potatoes, Extra Nice, Peck 23c, Bu. 85c Bulk Oats, 9 Ibs 25c[ Prunes, med. size, 3 Ibs.-... 25c I Rice, fancy, 5 Ibs 25e I Bulk Cocoa, 2 Ibs 25cf Bulk Macaroni, Ibs 25c j Bulk Pickles, 2 dozen 25c Fig- Bars or Ginger Snaps, 2 Ibs 25o Old Glory Macaroni, 7 pkgs. 25c Peanut Butter, No. I, pints 2.1o Mustard, quarts 19c THE KING'S DISH--GOOD ENOUGH FOR ANYONE NORTHERN BEANS, Fancy, 5 Ibs. 25c Pineapple, largo can 2Sc\ Northern Tissue Toilet Paper, 3 for 25c [ Red "Band Toilet, 4 for 25c[ ICiaso, largo plig 25ci [ Gold Dust, large 25c Pears, No. 10, large cnn...49c Peaches, No. 10, largo can 49c Chlpso, large pkg 22c Oxyclol, large pkg 19 C Ivory Flukes, largo 22e ALWAYS FRESH Natlnnal RlQPnit f n P rc "iinm Sodas or HdllUUdl D1MU11 LO. Premium Gnilmms 2-lb. Caddy 25c Monarch Ketchup, large ...19«| .Monarch Golden Bantam. . .IficI Monarch Tomatoes, solid...loci Monarch Peaches, large.. ,25c I Monarch Oats, large 2 2 c j Monarch Mncaronl, 4 pkgs. 2flu Monarch Cocoa, 111. c a n . . . .25c Monarch Food of Wheat. ... 18o Monarch Pumpkin, large.. .loo Honaro.h Preserves, lnrgc..S3c KITCHEN-TESTED Gold Medal Flour, 49 Ibs. $1.33 Oats, 90 Ib. bag $3.J5 Laying Mash, bag $2.85 Btoclc Salt 45o Oyster Shells, bag 9Sc MR. FARMER--BRING US YOUR EGGS--CASH OR TRADF USE PRIVATE PARKING PLACE BACK OF STORE. HERE AND THERE * * * ' * * » * * * * * * * * * * , » Miscellaneous Items From 100 Globe-Gazette Correspondents in North Iowa and Minnesota Is Sheffield Guest. SHEFFIELD -- Charles Bailey Minneapolis, is spending the week end at the W. W. Brower home. H. G. Trlppe Improves. ALLISON--The condition o Henry G. Treppe was reported Sat urday to be improved. He has been seriously ill at his home south of Al lison with heart disease. Honored at Reception. ' KLEMME--A reception was hell at the country club at Clear Laki Friday evening in honor of Mr. ant Mrs. Karspen Christian of Klemme Mrs. Christians was Miss Ida Ax o Swaledale. Go to Arkansas. KLEMME--Fred Ridder, Pau Stille, J. E. Stille and U. G. Smii left for Little Rock, Ark., on a busi ness trip. Comes From Newton. . MARBLE ROCK--Miss France^ Emery of Newton spent last wee] with her sister, Mrs. Ersal Tharp. Recovers From Injury. AREDALE--Al Allen is slowlj recovering from an injury to hi; knee that has kept him confined ti his home for several days. Go to Albert Lea. COULTER--Misses Edna Bond, and Edel Jensen, teachers in 'th Coulter public schools, visited Sat urday and Sunday in Albert Lea Minn,, guests at the home of Mis; Bondo's parents, Candidates Are Selected. ' PLYMOUTH--A meeting wa held in the office of the Farmers Elevator to select candidates for of fices to be voted at the caucus in March. Thornton Meeting Held. THORNTON--An all day meet ing was held Friday in the M. S church annex by Harry Bonder gaard. Others sponsoring- the meet ing were J. C. Jindrich of Swaledale F. H. Dohrman and son of Latimer and W. P. Aldinger of Alexander Poultry and livestock questions were discussed. Prayer Day Observed. BRISTOW--The missionary societies of the various churches observed the World's Day of Prayer n a meeting Friday evening at the United Brethren church- Visit in Clarksville. CLARKSVILLE--Mr. and Mrs. 'arl Scharff and Edmund visited their daughter, Lydia, at Vinton, and called on C. G. Burling at the St. Francis hospital in Waterloo. Guests at Rockfard. ROCKFORD--Mr. and Mrs. Ben enrich Garrison and the Misses *uby and Glenda Dryand and Oakey Roe of Norway, were house uests in the Jay Gulick home for :he week-end. Leave for Illinois. ALEXANDER--Mr. and Mrs. rlarm Harms and Mrs. Bonte left Thursday for Oregon, III., to visit with the Reverend and Mrs. George Sonte. Sister Is III. DOUGHERTY -- Vincent Small was called to his home at Otter Creek by the serious illness of his sister. Ladies Aid to Meet. CARPENTER--The N. L. ladies id will meet Friday afternoon at the church. Hostesses will be Mrs Charles Culbertson and Mrs. Nue Culbertsoh. Fire Loss Is Small. BANCROFT--The fire department was called out when the home of A. Colon was afire. Sparks from the chimney were the the origin of the fire. The loss was small. Guests at Fertile. FERTILE--Mr. and Mrs. George Folken of Minburn and Mrs. Car' Hildreth and grandchild, Leslie Hildreth, Thompson, visited with friends here. Eastern Star Meets. GREENE--The local chapter O. E. S., met in regular session Friday night at the Union lodge hall. Farewell Party Held. STILSON--A farewell party was ield at the home of Mr. and Mrs Byron Huling for their young folk Thursday evening. The Huling fam- ly is moving near Britt. Comes From Chicago. SHEFFIELD--Glen Brower, Chicago, was here for a week-end visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Brower. Goes to Des IMoines. ALLISON--Miss Ethel Van Vlack, assistant in the county recorder's office, went to Des Moines o spend the week-end visiting 'riends. Honored at Shower. JOICE--A miscellaneous shower was held at the Homes' farm Saturday for Mrs. George Evans, who be- jefore her marriage Wednesday at lorthwood, was Miss Jennie Homes. Fifty friends were, present. I Returns From Hospital. ! KLEMME--Mrs. George Alden I returned from the hospital at Iowa i City where she underwent an operation. i Mission Society Meets. ! DOWS--The Presbyterian missionary society met Friday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Almon , Drury, Mrs. William Deam being assistant hostess. The subject was | "The American Indian" conducted i by Mrs. C. F. Peterson.x Called to Chicago. AREDALE--The Rev. and Mrs. C. C. Casper of Hampton and their ^ughter, Mrs. Charles Baldock of \redale, are in Chicago, called there :y the illness of Wesley Casper, a o of the Rev. and Mrs. Casper. Is In Hospital. AREDALE -- Charley Worlfly, farmer living north of town, is in a hospital at Hampton with a serious case of appendicitis. YOUR IOWA One Interesting Fao.t Every Day About the State You Are Proud to Call Your Own! Domestic electric lighting customers in Iowa number 378,676, according to a survey of electric light ant power companies. Iowa is the thirc largest user of electrical energy in the west north central group of states. HOLMES MAN IS HURT IN CRASH Cars Driven by Stroup oi Algona, Former Cashier, . Smash at Corner. CLARION, Feb. 23.--Irving' E Stroup, former cashier of the Bank of Holmes, suffered three broken ribs and an injury to his shoulder and hip Saturday afternoon when the Ford touring car he was driving was struck by a Chevrolet coupe driven by Mr.- Christiansen of Algona. The accident occurred at the intersection one half mile' south of Holmes while Mr. Stroup, a man about 65, was on his way to Eagle Grove. The Algona man was nol injured but his car was badly damaged. Mr. Stroup was taken to his home in Holmes. Comes From Chicago. GOLDFIEILD--Edwin Hinton of Chicago arrived here Saturday for several days' visit with his aged mother and other relatives. Cage riayers Entertained. RTJDD--Friday night after the last game of the season Mr. and Mrs. Walter Eaughey · served refreshments to the basketball players. Old Building Is Sold. SWALEDALE--The old livery barn, one of the oldest buildings in town, owned by George Mulligan, has been sold to John Jendrich and will be moved to the farm east of town. Goes to North Dakota. LYLE, Minn.--Bernard Swenson has left for his home at Velva. N. Dak., after several months visit at the William Swenson and C. A. Erickson homes. Student Comes Home. FLOYD--Herbert Knowlton, who attends Pillsbury academy, Owatonna, Minn., spent the week-end with relatives here. Uncle Dies In Illinois. WHITTEMORE--Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wagner were called to Bartlett, 111., by the death of an uncle. They will visit in Chicago before returning. j . Is Rudd Guest. RUDD--Mrs. John Steffler, who Is spending the winter with her daughter, Mrs. George Wendt, is Mason City is visiting the William Cheney home. Visiting at Hudson. SWEA CITY--Miss June Thomson is visiting with her sister, Lucille, at Hudson, where Miss Thomson is teacher in music. She wil be gone about a week. Band Gives Entertainment. PLYMOUTH -- The community band with its leader, William Urenn gave an entertainment Friday night at the high school auditorium. There was a large attendance. 75 Children Entertained. RUDD--The teachers and officers of the junior department of the M E. Sunday school entertained 76 children Saturday afternoon with a Valentino party. ' Visit at Floyd. FLOYD--Joe Halback, Waterloo, came for an over Sunday visit n t the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Halback. Second Child Born. WHITTEMORE--A son was born Friday to Mr. and Mrs. William Duffy. There is one other child, a daughter in the family. Guests at Goldfield. GOLDFIELD--Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Brown and Mr. and Mrs. Franz Rausenberger of Cedar Falls were guests at the. J. B. Henry home Sunday. Comes From Wisconsin. RUDD--Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Witzel of Madison, Wis., is visiting at the parental Ed Witzel home. Given Farewell Party. GARNER--Mr. and Mrs. George Franklin and two children have moved from the Ripley farm to the Bly farm just south of Ventura where they are nicely settled. The south Garner community of which they have been members joined in a farewell party for them. Returns From Chicago. PLYMOUTH--Joseph Kaspcr, Sr. returned Saturday from Chicago where he spent two months at the home of his daughter, Mary. Again In Lylc. LYLE, Minn.--Mr. and Mrs. Benson have returned from a visit at Vinton. Injuries Are Fatal to Former Eagle Grove Girl EAGLE GROVE, Feb. 23.--The X M. Mohler family of Sac City brmcrly of Eagle Grove, was in an auto accident ear Sac City. Mr. and Mrs. Mohler and their daughter, ·ucy Jean, were seriously injured and the daughter has since died of icr injuries. · Works in Marble Rock. MARBLE ROCK -- Sam Bowden of Ottumwa is working at the Dahlen hardware store, assisting Mr. Dahlen. Returns From Chicago. PLYMOUTH -- Joseph Casper, who spent the winter with relatives in Chicago, returned to his home here Saturday. ? Cemetery Group Meets. BRISTOW--The auxiliary to the Oak Hill cemetery association met at the Mrs. Nancy Needham home for their regular February meeting Go To Wisconsin. CLARKSVILLE--Mr. and Mrs. Gay Jackson and son, Joe, motored to Merrillan, Wis., to visit his father, who is ill. Is Hospital Patient. ( ROCKFORD--Leonard Gauger is a patient in the Cedar Valley hospital where he underwent an operation for hernia. Meltonville Teacher 111. CARPENTER--Miss Nora Gorden, who resumed her school duties at Meltonville last week after a short illness, again became ill and confined to her homo. Mrs. Lloyd Johnson is acting as substitute. Daughter Is Born. BANCROFT--Mr. and Mrs. Anton Kardoes are the parents of a baby girl born Friday. Come To Fertile. FERTILE--Miss Pearl Johnson who is teaching at Gilmore City, came on Friday evening- to spend the week-end here, bringing with her Rhea Stream. Son In Hospital. GARNER--L. B. Olson went to Rochester, Minn., Sunday to visit his son, Arno, who is a patient in the Colonial hospital. Visit nt Joice. JOICE!--Mrs. Palmer Sornson and children, Albert Lea, Minn., are visiting- Mr. and Mrs. S. 1C. Berg. Daughter Is Born. KLEMME--A girl was born to Mr. and Mrs. Jennings Anderson Friday. Wall Start Wisconsin Races. DECORAH--M. T. Grattan, 83, horseman, has been engaged to judge the show horses and to start the races at the Viroqua, Wis., fair in September-October. Is In Cedar Rapids. MARBLE RO.CK -- Mrs. W. C. Smith is a patient at the ' Mercy hospital, Cedar Rapids, where she underwent a major operation. Leaves for Wisconsin. MARBLE ROCK--Mr. and Mrs. Ray Wilder and daughter, Alice Jean, left Friday morning for Tomo- hawk, Wis., where they will make their home. Mr. Wilder was employed at the Hart-Parr factory at Charles City. . Visit in Sheffield. SHEFFIELD--Burgess Farrin ? er and Miss Dorothy Clarke, Minneapolis, spent the week-end at the Henry A. Boelk home. Legion, Auxiliary Entertain. ORCHARD--The American Legion and auxiliary entertained in their rooms Friday evening. They had as guests all who assisted with the program at a box social. Progressive 500 was played at 10 tables. First prizes were won by Mrs. Ronald^ Harlis and Frank Spitz and consolation prizes by Mrs. George Hill and John Wright. Win AVhist Tourney DECORAH -- The Odd Fellows from Decorah won their first victory of the season in the whist tournament at Ridgewny. Out of five tournaments held at Decorah and Ridgeway the players from Ridgeway have been victorious in four. Return to Bristow. BRISTOW--Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Miller returned home Friday a f t e r a 10 weeks visit to their children in North Dakota. Leave for Joliet. CLARKSVTLLE -- Mr. and Mrs. Bert Meskimen left for Joliet, 111 where they will visit his sister, Mrs. Carl Jensen and famHy. Attend Dolan Funeral. DOUGHERTY -- Relatives and friends from here who attended the funeral of Mrs. Dolan in Waterloo Friday were Mr. and Mrs. Martin Dolan, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Dolan. Mr. and Mrs. John Dolan and family. Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Ryan, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Cooner, J. J. Beecher Mrs. Justin Ryan. Mrs. O. A. Jensen, Mrs. Will Reed, Emma Burke, Ella Reed and Mike Beecher. Go to Chicago. CALMAR--Mr. and Mrs. A. Holmes have gone to Chicago for a few days. Church Is Improved. TITONKA--Members of the German Reformed church north of Titonka of which the Rev. G. Haken is pastor are improving their church property by making a full basement under the church. All of the work has been done by members of the congregation. j Goes to Austin. RUDD--Mrs. Ed Miller spent Friday in Austin, Minn., visiting with I her parents who recently returned i from their Texas trip. j Demonstration Is Given. ' FREDERICKSBURG--The Fred: iricksburg- Implement company held n. tractor demonstration day here Saturday. Comes From Redwood. STILSON--Mrs. Verna Montgom jry, Redwood, Minn,, has been visit ing Mr. and Mrs. George Gerbcl. Is Calmar Hostess. CALMAR--Mrs. Warren Hurlbuf intertalned a number of her friends ! Thursday evening In honor of her ' Jirthday. The time was spent play- ng 500, with Mrs. Walter ¥ager winning- high score. SUITS AGAINST OFFICERS FILED Schoby Asks Damages From Newille and Steward in Algona Court. ALGONA/ Feb. 23.--A petition has been filed here by Fred Schoby asking a judgment be rendered in his favor for 55,000 each from Town Marshal Floyd Newille and Walter Steward, marshal of Burt. In the petition it is stated that on Jan. 23 the two officers chased the plaintiff and attempted to crowd him into the ditch. He, believing they were bank robbers', hurried away A short time later, he claimed, the two officers jerked him out of th» car and threatened to hit him. J. E. Williams, Mason City, is attorney for Schoby and E. J. Van Ness attorney for Newille and Steward. P1PEWHW GOES TO GARNER 150 Go From Eagle Grove; Work Is Completed to 'Goodell Vicinity. GARNER, Feb. 23.--The Smith construction company, with its force of more than 150, is moving here this week from Eagle Grove. This company has the contract for 80 miles of the main pipe line which will bring natural gas from Oklahoma. This company started at Ogden and has the pipe laid to the vicinity of Goodell. This line will cross No. 15 between Klemme and Goodell and continue east and north and on a diagonal course with Cerro Gordo county. Pastors Have Chorus. ATLANTIC, Feb. 23. (UP)--The Lutheran a capella chorus, made up of Lutheran ministers of southwestern Iowa, will give a concert hers tonight. BOSS OF BUDGET AssociatedPfessPboie Mrs. Frederick W. Wittleh, appointed state budget commissioner for Minnesota, by Gov. Floyd B. Olson, Is the first womun to hold this office. Mrs. Kitter Is 111. MARBLE ROCK--Mrs. Elza Ritter is quite ill at her home on Hutchins street. EIGHT ASK FOR PLOW DAMAGES Residents Near Decorah Say Rotary Snow Machines Broke Windows. DES MOINES, Feb. 23. (ff)--Rotary snow plows used by the highway commission on Iowa roads last winter left in their wake broken windows and automobile windshields whose owners have asked the state for damages. Claims for 565 have been filed with the legislature hy eight lowans, including officials of th-i Union Prairie church near Decorah. The latter allege that the snow plow threw aside obstructions that broke windows valued at $22.30. Committees will study'the claims before the legislature passes on them. Wants Plumbers Examined. DES MOINES, Feb. 23. /P)--A board of examiners for plumbers would be created under a bill offered in the legislature by Senator E. J. Wenner of Black Hawk county. Act in Time! Deal Promptly icith Kidney Irregularities. HI'' bolucredivilhblndderirri- J- talious, getting up at night and constant backache, don't take clianccst Help your kidneys at the first sign of disorder. Uee Doan's I'ills. Successful for more Ihnn 50 years. Endorsed the world over. Sold by dealers every- ·where. 50,000 Users Publicly Endorse Doan's: MRS. T. C. COOK. 3228 DARWIN DRIVE. LOS ANGELES, CALIF., say3:'* I had dull, d ragging pains in the smoil of my bock and sometimes sharp pnins. too. Headaches ond dizziness were almost a daily occurrence. The least work tired me BO that I could hardly get about. Donn'a Pills, however, relieved me of oil thcac symptoms and I felt better in every way after using Doan's." Pills A Diuretic for the Kidney* ENTRANCE I O GET to the Chamber of Commerce Retail Merchants Association Highway Commission Globe-Gazette Editorial Room . , ' , . You Go Through the Globe-Gazette Business Office . . . . East Entrance Globe - Gazette Building! The front of the Globe-Gazette building is now bo- ing remodeled . . . the west entrance, a direct way to the second and third stories, is temporarily closed. At present, there is only one entrance to the 'building . . . thru the cast door. If you want to go to the second story, or the third, it is necessary at present to go thru the Business Office of the Globe- Gazette. You are invited to take the Detour. The west entrance to the building will be open in the near future. 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