The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on February 26, 1931 · Page 16
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February 26, 1931

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

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^ MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE FEBRUARY 26 1931 5 TO 9 YEAR OLDS LEAD ALL 5 YEAR GROUPS IN STATE Of Total Population of Iowa, 242,963 Come Between -Those Ages. , By KADFOKD E. MOBLEY . Staff Correspondent, "', .'WASHINGTON, Feb. 26.--Of the total Iowa population of 2,470,939,242,963 are between the. ages of 5 and 9 inclusive, more than th'e Hum- tier in any other five year age,group in the state, the census bureau announced here today in making public f igrures of Iowa population by age, sex and color. On April 1, 1930, when the census enumeration was taken, there were 220,277 persons. In Iowa under five years of age, 242,963 from five to nine years, 235,820 from 10 to 14, 223,542 from 15-to 19; 201,167 from 20 to 24; 1801357 from 25 to 29; 174,929 from 30 to 34; 335,496 from 35 to 44; and 655,146 who were 45 years of age and above. Persons whose ages were not reported totaled 1,242. · : . - - . The number of persons under one year of age was 42,100, as compared with 47,166 in/ 1920. The entire group of children under five years of age also shows'a decrease from 250,887 in 1920 to 220,277 In 1930. Of. the remaining age groups, those from 5 to 19 years, and from 35 years upward, show incresaes during the last decade, while those'from 20 to 34 years show decreases. The total state population is divided into 1,255,101 males and 1,215,838 females, in the Iowa population of 2,470,939, there are 2,282,647 native whites 165,735 foreign- born whites 17,380 negroes, and 5,177 other colored persons. STUDENTS HONOR BUTLER Former Resident Is Dead. _-HANLONTOWN, Feb. 26.-^HaI- vor Larson received word Wednesday morning of the death.-of his brother, Jeglem, Des Moiries, who died following an illness of pneumonia. The Jeglem family resided .here 25 years ago. Mrs. Knute Gilbertsen is his sister. Associated Press Pftoto Maj. Gen. Smedley Butler (right) gave a talk to students of Northeast high school, Philadelphia, and was given a cup by David S. Crlstol on behalf of students as being the most popular 'speaker to address them last year. Mayor Harry A. Mudtay (center) of Philadelphia is watching the procedure. The fiery orator. announced 'he would retire from the marine corps in September to lecture. MUSIC CONTEST LD AT GARNER 400 Listen to. Selections; District Competition to Be at Algona. GARNER, Feb. 26.--Four hun r dred met at the Methodist churcn here for the music contest Tuesday night. Britt, Clear Lake,, Klemmo, Swaledale, Thornton and Garner competed. Churches with a membership of more than 200 were in class A and those of less than 200 in class B. Garner won first in class A, and Britt second for orchestras. In.class; B, Klemme won first for orchestra. Miss Myrtle Webber, Garner, soloist, won first over all .in singing-. Miss Webber Will .-enter;; the district contest at- Algona. Orren Abele, Garner, .-was second, over all and Mrs. Chester- Sti'lle,' Garner, third. Superintendent Penrod'of Klemrne was first .in class B v Thornton won second place in class B, Orchestras in class' B were Klemme, first am Swaledale, second. Judges were Professor Hagen arid Professor Westry Waldorf college, Forest City. Mrs M. L. Sunderlin directed the.orches- tras and choir'for Garner. Miss lone Lease, high, school music teacher Britt, directed the choir and orches tra work for Britt. The district con test will be held at Algona. Marcli 10 with -churches frcCn six countier competing. Perhaps Mussolini did not run over the child, but he has run over about everything else in Italy and in some of Italy's neighbors.--W.it- ertown, S. Dakr, Public. Grocery For Friday, ··it?" EXTRA SPECIAL FLOUR $1.19 Higher Grades Reduced Accordingly MACARONI, EGG NOODLES or oj- SPAGHETTI, lOc size, 4 pkgs.^DC BUTTER · : Best grade creamery; one pound with order. V. . . 27c COFFEE 30c grade, per Ib. 22c; rgl 3 Ibs. for . Dty BUY NO.'10 SIZE FRUIT AND SAVE BIONEY APRICOTS, BLACKBERRIES £A or LOGANBERRIES, solid paekO3 ITALIAN PRUNES or Afi PEACHES, solid pack ftS CHERRIES, .high grade, on red pitted ..51 RASPBERRIES, red or gn black, best grade t . . O fl BLUEBERRIES, fie best grade 2 Cans 45c ELECTRIC BULBS SPECIAL '25 w a t t . . . . 20c 75 watt 35c 40 w a t t . . . , 20c 100 watt 50c 60 watt.'.'.. 25c 200 watt..'.. SOc TUBES 30x3 «/ 2 ..... 69c 29x4.40 75c. SUGAR--10 Ibs. 49c With.order of §2.00 or more. Butter 'and Eggs not included. COFFEE, Butternut and Hills Bros., Folgers or Nash : ENGLISH WALNUT MEATS, , nice and fresh, pound ' COCOANUT, in bulk, fresh, long phrcads. Reg. 35c, per Ib. i DILL PICKLES, full quart size .,.-..... PEARS, No. 21/2 Regular 25c, in syrup CRACKERS, · 35c size, 2 Ibs . MATCHES, 5c size; 6 large boxes PEANUT BUTTER, just made, fresh, 1 Ib PRUNES - Special Medium size, 4 Ibs. . . . . . . . . 25c Large size, 3 Ibs 25c Extra Large, 2 Ibs. . . . . . . . 2 f c Special Prices on Box Lots CATSUP, 25c size FREE A two-piece cereal set with the purchase of two packages, of WHOLE WHEAT. ' As announced over the Gold Medal Fast Freight Radio Program last Wednesday night, every woman sending in wo Gold Medal. Cake Flour boxtops to the radio station at Minneapolis will receive FREE--Betty Crocker's chromium plated Cake Server. SPECIAL TODAY--1 Package 25c, 2 pkgs. 47c WHEATIES Those crispy, crunchy, whole-wheat Flakes, with all the bran. FREE! Large Balloon for the Kiddies. 2 Packages for 25c TALY MAY JOIN IN LONDON PACT oreigri Office Heads Confer With British Upon . Terms. ROME, . Feb. 2G. (.*)--The four en who head the foreign offices id navy departments of Great ritain; and Italy met at a long ible in the Palazzo Chigi today to ek a formula which will permit ill Italian adhesion to the London aval pact. The two Britons, Arthur Hender- son, secretary of state for foreign affairs, and A^ V. Alexander, first lord of the admiralty, believed that they have found the fomula, which is built around an agreement reached at Paris earlier this week specifying- a Franco-British naval relationship. Sitting with the British ministers in the conference were Dino Granui, youthful Italian foreign minister, and Rear Admiral Guiseppe Siriani, naval minister. There was widespread confidence today that the plan brot by the British would prove acceptable to the Mussolini government. It is believed that in effect it will defer final settlement of the party controversy until 1936, when the entire London treaty will come -up for review. CO-OP ELEVATOR NAMES OFFICERS Dunn of Mason City Speaks at Annual Session Held / in Nora Springs. NORA SPRINGS, Feb. 26--Members of the' Farmers Co-Operative elevator .company met Wednesday afternoon in the town hall for their annual election of officers. ' Officers are John Christiansen, president; Henry Steidl, vice president; James Cutler, secretary; H. T. Schnedler, treasurer;,Gus Lunde, Elmer Apel, Will Frese, Ed Prib- beriow and Henry Steidl, directors. Ed Dunn of Mason City gave a talk on conditions farmers must meet. He \said 15 per cent of the Iowa farmers have been forced to leave their farms because of debts. He stated that 5850,000 is sent east from Cerro Gordo county alone for insurance and that Iowa sends $85,000,000 east annually in life insurance. He thot this money should remain here. He advised farmers to become members of the Co-Operative Grain Dealers association with' headquarters at Cedar Rapids. Small Girl Is Scalded. · PLYMOUTH, Feb. 26.--Dorothy Jean Carmany, small daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Carmany was badly scalded by backing into a pail of boiling water while her mothar was washing her back and arms. Moeller to Talk at North-wood Me^iu^..^ % NORTHWOOD, 'Feb. 26.--SchooBj; J~H director's o£ Worth county have been ' v asked by G. J. Frandle, county superintendent, to meet at the court liousa in Northwood Friday -fort' noon at 10 o'clock for a conference with Prof. H. C. Moeller of the ex- ' tension department of the Town ilty.a State Teachers college at Cedar jj e i_; Falls. Professor Moeller, authority fi on school matters, will deliver an* *p: address and will conduct an open 'O.'U forura at which directors who are. ni t present .may ask questions. Will Work in Greene. ' MARBLE ROCK--Jay BlaUe and family are moving to Greene where he has a position. is*$$ i bar V'lirf UR grocery cost is at fhe lowest point in years. .We are selling some items regularly at lower'prices than before tEie War. This is due partially to low prices on raw materials Sast season, which prevailed generally thruout the world* it is chiefly due however; to increased efficiency in store operation and cutting of distributing costs. We are-, in a position to serve you with foods of fine quality at an extremely low cost per month. * « « « FRIDAY AND SATURDAY ONLY MASON CITY DIVISION SAM 215-301 S. FEDERAL DEPARTMENT ST.ORE FREE DELIVERY PHONE 434-435 49 LB. SACK r \^- « V W ^B"T --for* MUSTARD LB. SACK Be? ff* SF9C JACK SPRAT CAN, JACK SPRAT CRUSHED OR SLICED CAN, JiASK SPRAT rss ·^v" * ; LB. BAG-. JACK SPRAT--QUARTERED CAN, JACK SPRAT LARGE BOTTLE, JACK SPRAT BRAND- IS!? cans ONE CAN OF EACH SWEET 32 OZ. JAR WALNUT LA/ yii.Ai^Hmi«o«K 5 Wnf. **/£ JACK SPRAT paclkag es JACK SPRAT CASE LARGE PACKAGE, PEANUT · 16 OZ. JAR, g - f c ^ars REGULAR 5c BARS FRIDAY AND SATURDAY ONLY FRESH LB, R BRAND--JAPAN y z LB., LB., PACKAGES /| LB., "^SgET LB., Xri2^ RING TOP--FIVE SEW-ENAMELED HANDLE. AND ] R GROCER DUST PAN FREE! EACH, AMBASSADOR WHITE LAUNDRY BARS, ASK FOR YOUR SAMPLE OF SALLY BROWN CAKE MIX--SURPRISE THE FAMILY ' . " 5 . H

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