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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 7

Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, March 12, 1936
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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, MARCH 12 1936 SEVEN OIL CO-OP TO MEET SATURDAY Francis Johnson To Address Organization at Annual Meeting. The postponed annual meeting of the Farmers' Co-operative Gas and Oil company will be held at the P. G. and E. auditorium Saturday, starting with a noon luncheon, 3. Jenson, manager, announced. The speaker will be Francis Johnson, former Iowa legislator and recently elected president of the Iowa Farm Bureau federation. A demonstration of paint will be made by Earl Wixon of Des Moines. For Sale USED BRICK 250,000 Fire Brick 500,000 Common Brick SEE A. Carl at Power Plant of Lehigh Portland Cement Company, Mason City, Iowa, or write Fort Dodge Iron Metal Company Fort Dodge, Iowa Baker on Way to Work Interrupts B u r g l a r s and Is Left Tied Up DES MOINES, (.-Pi--Three burglars, busy carrying out loot from Ruppert's drug store here early Thursday, bound E. M. Dobricnt, a baker, when he interrupted them as he passed the store on bis way to work. They left him in the basement of the store, but Dobrient soon wriggled loose from his bonds and called police. Gus Ruppert, store owner, said the robbers carried away more than 200 cartons of cigarets, a quantity of razer blades, several bottles of perfume and packages of cosmetics, $10 in cash and $12 in stamps. Dobrient said the robbers loaded their loot into an automobile parEed at the back door of the store. Borah's next move is said to be awaited anxiously. He wants to move to the other end of the avenu. --Norfolk Ledger-Dispatch. FOR BACKACKE KIDNEY AND BLADDERTROUBLE Stop Getting Up Nights and Feel Younger. Here's one good way to flush harmful waste from kidneys and stop bladder irritation that often causes scanty, burning and smarting passage. Ask your druggist for a 35-cent box of Gold Medal Haarlem Oil Capsules--a splendid safe and harmless diuretic and stimulant for weak kidneys and irritated bladder Besides getting up nights, some symptoms of kidney trouble are backaches, puffy eyes, leg cramps, and moist palms, but be sure to get GOLD MEDAL--it's the genuine medicine for weak kidneys-right from Haarlem in Holland. TWO SENTENCES ARE COMMUTED Ottumwa Youths to Serve 20 Years for Robbery of Bank. DES MOINES. .TJ--Gov. Clyde L. Herring Thursday commuted to 20 years the life imprisonment terms of Robert McElroy and Wayne R. Weltaian, Ottumwa youths convicted of robbing the Farmers Savings bank at Leighton. Jan. 10, 1935. Both now are inmates of the slate reformatory for men at Anamosa. The youths obtained SI.400 in the Leighton robbery. The trial judge who heard their cases had sentenced them to 20 year terms but an attorney general's opinion holding that life imprisonment was mandatory for bank robbery made it necessary to change their terms. Promised by Officers. The state board of parole, which recommended the commutations, to the governor, said officers had promised them 20 year sentences if they pleaded guilty. "We feel'that when a promise is made to prisoners by enforcement officers, especially in view of the fact that a plea of guilty was entered because of the arrangement, the arrangement should be carried out," the board said. Recommended by Board. The governor also commuted to 20 years the life sentence of Roscoe Shomler, Fort Madison penitentiary convict, on recommendation of the parole board. Shomler was sentenced for robbery of the Alburnett State bank of Alburnett, Linn county, in which 56.600 was obtained, in 1927. The board said Shomler's partner, "one Duffy," had been acquitted and subsequently convicted of perjury and released on expiration of the perjury sentence. Landon Leader Should Gov, Alt M. Landon of Kansas gain the republican nomination for president at thn Cleveland convention, the chairman of the G. O. P. national committee to \vage the campaign for Landon will be John Hamilton, above. Hamilton, national committeeman from Kansas, resigned as assistant to Chairman Henry P. Fletcher of the republican party to lead the organization pushing" the candidacy of Governor Landon. zero snaps might be well advised to keep them handy for emergency use when the campaign gets hot.-Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. One Use for Earnuiffs. Purchasers of earmuffs in the Mrs. Nelson in Hospital. ROCKWELL--Mrs. Nellie Nelson is confined at the local hospital following an operation. Guarantee*/ ARISTOCRAT RADIO TUBES Special Lota Price! 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Bar Ivory Soap for Marvelous" powder, lipstick, rouge, eye-shadow, mascara ... oil keyed to your personality color... the color of your eyes. LUNCHEON SPECIALS FRIDAY LENTEN LUNCH SOe SATURDAY, All Day FRIED CHICKEN .. FRIDAY * SAT. 2 Jumbo Sodas -i Q Chocolate... i"C St. Patrick's Day Ice Cream Brick QUART GILLETTE Red S Black Razor with 5 BLUE Bladn $1.25 Pinaud's Lilac Vegetaf FAMOUS! Coty's ·Mil-Spun" Powder Evening; In Pari* Face Powder 3,90110 VALUE B Economy Package I e 60c GLYCO- A 1 Thymoline, 6 oe... ^ 1 G Peau-Boiix (Po-Bo) Shaving Cream Large Tube SOc DR. LYON'S 7 ·» Tooth Powder O 1 G J. i J. Baby Talc MEAD'S £ry Dsatri-MnltOKi, Ib.O/C COLGATE A "Cup Soup" ....... 4C RAINBOW Wondmoft KOTEX '36 SOc LAVORtS Mouth Wash, 90S.. ORLIS n -t Tooth Powder £, I C 7Sc USTERINE ffn Antiseptic, 14 OZ...O2/6 0c SQUIBB'S Dental Cream...... 60= WERNET'S A 1 Plate Powder.. _. _Ht 1C PAIN-EASE Toothache Wai... DENTAL PERBORATE Merck'tt--101. plair 2Sc APR!!. SHOWERS orCappl Perfume e 6Cc Campana Italian Balm SOc MENKEN'S O 1 Shaving Cream. . _ O* 1 G Sal Hepatica $1.20 Size 40c Bost Tooth ln»t,nlDy 1 .2 fr 21c MENTHOL InhaleTM B.*B.WETPROOF«JO Adhuire, t in.xSyd.. A O C FOUR MORE IN TRAFFIC COURT Three Elect to Go to School While Other Forfeits $1 on Minor Violations. Three more traffic law violators found themselves facing a session at traffic school Thursday or else paying the customary fines ruled foi such violations by Police Judge Morris Laird. Mrs. Ed Hulse, 922 Fifteenth street northeast, was fined for improper parking at Second street and South Federal avenue. M. J. Miller, 918 North Federal avenue, was fined for double parking- and Don Diehl, driver for the Jacob E. Decker and Sons packing company, was fined for driving through a stop sign at Monroe school. All three elected to attend the school when given the choice of doing this, or paying the fines, Mrs. Mabel Dougall, 1008 'Elm drive, forfeited a .?! bond posted when arrested at Second street and South Federal avenue about 5:10 o'clock Wednesday afternoon on a charge of passing a stop sign. All violators of minor traffic rules will be required to post a SI bond, according to Chief Harold Wolfe. Such violators may attend c-ne session .of traffic school in lieu of this bond. A list of such will be kept and their names checked from the list on attendance. Drivers who are not residents of the city will be in structed by police about local rules upon -first offense. One offense, however, puts the driver in the same class with the local driver. Mrs. Zuidhoff Funeral Will Be Held Saturday in Crystal Lake Church CRYSTAL LAKE--Funeral services will be held Saturday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock at the Methodist church for Mrs. Peter Zuid- hoff, who died Tuesday night at the hospital at Cherokee where she had been taken a week ago for treatment. Mrs. Zuidhoff had been suffering from diabetis several years. Jane Schrieber was born Aug. 25, 1872 at Winterset. She was married to Peter Zuidhoff Nov. 26, 1918, and lived at Grinnell, later moving to Crystal Lake where Mr. Zuidhoff was engaged in vegetable growing the past eight years. Besides her husband, she leaves two sisters in Texas, one sister in Montana, one sister and one brother in South Dakota, one sister at Carroll and one sister at Coon Rapids. The Rev. Joseph Hutchings of Belmond, a former pastor, will have charge of the service to be held here. The body will be taken to Carroll for burial Sunday. 2 Men Charged With Violation of Federal Internal Revenue Laws WATERLOO, (5)--Two men charged with violation of the internal revenue laws are held in the county jail here pending federal learings. Harold Hartley, 34, La Crosse, Wis., was arrested at Independence by federal agents who confiscated his automobile and 300 gallons of non-tax-paid alcohol. Chris Hirsch, 58, Waverly, was ar- ·ested there by federal and state agents who seized his car and a. little more than a gallon of alcohol. Day of Grace Will Be Allowed on Filing of Income Tax Returns WASHINGTON, (#--Income tax layers will be allowed one day of ;race in filing initial returns on 935 incomes. Because March 15, the date first nstallments are due, falls on Sunday, they will be permitted to file eturns until midnight the follow- ng day. All returns postmarked before midnight. March 16. will be ac- epted by the treasury without pen- Uty. Asks Separate Maintenance. Mrs. Marie Burns Thursday filed :uit in district court here for separate maintenance, charging- her husband. Melvin, with cruel and in- luman treatment and asking cus- ody of a small son and daughter and S10 a week for support. The ouple were married Aug. 6, 1925. n Dubuque and lived together until last Sunday. FINED $10, COSTS Fred Cassel, 827 President avenue outhwest, was fined 510 and costs 'hursday morning by Police Judge Horns Laird on a charge of intoxi- ation. Casse! was arrested at 12:50 'clock Thursday morning at 1402 Torth Federal avenue. Clear Lake Briefs Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Matthews, Clear Lakers wintering in Lakeland, Fla., have received a cablegram assuring them of the safety of their son. Harold Matthews and · family, in China. Harold Matthews | had sent the cablegram and stated I that he and his family were in no ' immediate danger in the place they are located and are prepared to withstand several weeks' siege. Return From Dubuque. MANLY--Mr. and Mrs. Jake Douglas and John accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. John Shannon, return- i ed fiom Dubuque, after spending the I week-end there visiting relatives. Kossuth Conservation Plan Serves as Model of Wild Life Project ALGONA--The first annual meeting of the Kossuth county conservation league will meet Friday night at the courthouse with election of officers for the coming year. Each unit of the league will make a report on their winter activities. A delegate will be chosen to represent Kossuth county at a state conference held in Des Moines soon and sleps will be taken toward affiliation with a national federation of conservationists. According to Joe Lowe, who recently attended the wild life conference at Washington, the Kossuth county league setup was approved by the national conference and is being used now as a model league according to seasonable projects that can be carried out during the course of a year. The national board of directors has appointed various committees from different states to compose and organize conservation units similar to the Kossuth county unit. Birthday Is Celebrated. CALMAR--Friends and relatives of Mrs. I, B. Olson gathered at her home here Tuesday to help her celebrate her birthday. RHEUMATISM Your pharmacist will tell you that the chances arc that your rheumatism is caused or aggravated by excess uric acid. That being the case, he can also tell you that one swift and safe prescription is Allenru--often the terrible pain and agnny arc gone in 48 hours --ask any live druggist in America for 8 ounces prescription Allenru. Costs about 85 cents. GREAT FURNITURE BARGAINS (\ F R E E MOTOR T R U C K D E L I V E R Y TO YOUR HOME WHEN WANTED HELD OVER? PHONE 200 FOR SUNDAY OR E V E N I N G APPOINTMENT Due to very bad weather a n d road conditions our February Sale will be carried over for a limited time to give voti a chance to buy and save. STOCKS ARE COMPLETE WE HAVE AN EXTRA HEAVY STOCK TO SELECT FROM . . . YOU WILL NOT BE DISAPPOINTED. Covered in Tapestry 2-Pteee Suite Davenport and choice of club nr double pillowback chair. Covered all over in a lovely tapestry. Durable linnerspring construction. Lasting con-fort for only BREAKFAST SET Sturdy, Well Built Hard Wood Drop Leaf Table. 4 Chairs. Massive New Style Another sale special--this massive suite is in gorgeous walnut veneer. Included are Full size poster bed, chest of drawers and vanity and bench. TRADE IN YOUR USED FURNITURE ON NEW F e b r u a r y Sale RUGS a n d Linoleums 9x12 All Wool Axrninster $29.85 8.3x10.6 Topestry Brussels $16.85 Axminster Throw R u g s . . . . $ 1,95 SALE P R I C E S ON L I N O L E U M 6, 9 AND 12 FOOT W I D E D I N I N G ROOM SUITE OCCASIONAL TABLE PULL-UP CHAIR A e^ntiu.'l \\r\v pivr mn room suite, b e a u t i f u l l y guaranteed construction, room buffet, extension table 6 tapestry scat chairs 19-21 FIRST STREET S. E. MASON CITY 1

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