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February 8, 1937

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 5

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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, FEBRUARY 8 · 1937 FIVE BANK NIGHTS TO BE LEFT ALONE Subcommittee Not to Make Favorable Report on Lottery Bill. By GEORGE MILLS Iowa Daily 1'rcss Bureau. DBS MOINES -- Bank nighls will continue to operate In Iowa theaters if the subcommittee handling the anti-bank night bill in the Iowa house succeeds in having its way, it was learned here. The bill introduced by Representatives Thomas L. Kephart (D. Clay) and William Freimcr (D. O'Brien), would declare the theater prize system illegal as a form o£ lottery. Referred to the house judiciary committee, the measure was sent to a subcommittee o£ three headed by Representative Phil Hoan (R. Lee!) Roan would not comment on reports that the subcommittee did not intend to report out the measure. He limited his remarks to the statement "It is sleeping peacefully at present." E l s e w h e r e , however, it vyas learned that the bill is not coming out of the subcommittee with a QUALITY . . . S E R V I C E . . . . PRICE Serious eye trouble can o f t e n b e avoided b y heeding nature's danger signals. Cl^A^ WELLS v) tiPTO'METRIST . KITCHEN-JtNSEN .GLARES.* .' IIQi N. fEDERAl-MASON favorable report. Other subcommittee members are Eugene H. Reilly (D. Dubuque) and Ed R. Brown (R. Polk.) Bone of Contention. The measure is the bone of contention in a powerful lobby battle in the Iowa legislature. I£ it ever runs the gauntlet of the legislature, the bill will call a halt to a system which has stimulated theater attendance to startling heights on certain nights of each week in nearly every Iowa city and town. The stimulation usually is a cash prize to the lucky person whose name is called. The mere fact that the bill may never come out of the subcommittee or the larger judiciary committee does not mean that its foes have killed the measure. If the authors so desire, they may take the bill away from the committee after it has been .under consideration in the judiciary group for ten days. Would Not Comment. Representative Kephart would not comment,, but other sources indicated he may withdraw the bill from the committee next week if it is not reported out for duetocoiareli ? «abypn os wall 0 wc.l .iptltm jnwhcijie. K'o Bare- action, or ifloney BacK. pureprc Me. Sal THDXINE passage. If he does withdraw it, the bill will go on the calendar for consideration in its turn. The bill would outlaw all forms of what it calls lottery, including bank nights and suit clubs. It would impose a ¥100 fine or a 30- day jail sentence both on the person who gives an illegal prize and upon the person who accepts one. Two Plays lo Be Given by Woden High Students WODEN--The students of the Woden high school will present two one act plays, "A Nephew in the House," and "D-298," Feb. 9. CHARLES CITY NEWS Boy on Sled Struck. DECORAH--Serious head injuries were suffered by Ronald Follette, 11, son of Charles G. Toilette, when coasting and hit by a car driven by Nathan Ellingson Saturday. Father of 11 Fined $1,000 at Charles City on Rum Count CHARLES CITY, (If)--William Noss, Rockford, WPA worker and father of 11 children, was fined $1,000 and sentenced to serve a year in jail by Judge T. A. Bcardmore in district court here Saturday. He was recently found guilty of maintaining a liquor nuisance. Because of his large family, the fine and one- halt of the jail sentence was suspended. Destroy House. FAYETTE--Jack A m o s a n d two children escaped through an upstairs window and then he carried out his wife and baby from the first floor as flames swept their home, 7 miles southeast of Fayette. The blaze destroyed the house with a loss of 57,000. Only a cabinet and washing machine were saved. Many at Rod, Gun Club Ball. ROCKWELL--The Hod and Gun club ball, held at the I. O. O. F. hall, was well attended. Charles City Briefs ENDS MONDAY, FEBRUARY 15 Summer *«TM« 6| 94 oth£«f gi NOTICE! Select your fur coat now! Undoubtedly never again will you be able to get such value. Many people will buy their Fur Coat for next season, why don't you? We invite the use of our convenient payment plan. Ask us about it. OPEN EVENINGS BY APPOINTMENT -- PHONE 641 FUR SHOPF R. S. H1RSCH H. H. H1RSCH Double Rites Held for 2 Charles City Pneumonia Victims CHARLES CITY--A double funeral was held Monday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the Grossman funeral home for Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Bailey who died in the Cedar Valley hospital from pneumonia. Mr. Bailey, GO, died Sunday forenoon, and Mrs. Bailey, 58, died Friday. Their daughter, Julia, a young woman, is very ill wilh pneumonia in the hospital and does not know oE the death of her parents. Her condition was somewhat improved Sunday. Dr. J. M. Walters, pastor of the First Methodist church, will officiate and burial will be in Riverside cemetery. CHARLES CITY--Rcdcdication lo the ideals of Boy Scouting, will be a part of the ceremony at a massed meeting of all troops in Charles City Monday night. The program will be in obsei-vance of anniversary "Week. Parents and friends are invited to the meeting which will include the radio broadcast following the local program. A marriage license was issued lo Andrew Lafrentz of Floyd and Betty Rick of Charles City. Mary Jane Smith of Nashua :iad a major operalion in the Cedar Valley .hospital. Mrs. C. L. Bailey of Huron, S. Dak., is visiting at the home of her son, Dr. C. L. Bailey. The Rev. F. S. Ariz went to Ionia Monday to officiate at the funeral services for Gus Malhows, 86, who was a brother of Henry Mathews, Will Malhcws and Mrs. William Birkholz of this city. Miss Margaret Siemers wns called to Ackley by the death of her father, H. L. Siemers. Miss Siemers teaches the fifth grade in Central school. Mrs. W. E, Voreck entertained the Friday Nile club at a turkey dinner Friday evening in honor of her husband's birthday. James Burns accompanied by his son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. William Rodewald o? Osage and Ralph Waller of this city drove lo Vinton yesterday to attend the funeral of John Marietta. Sterling Groceries And Meat Markets No. 1 -- No. 2 -- No. 3 -- No. 4 Tuesday -- Wednesday -- Thursday Right to Limit We Deliver $1.00 Orders MEAT DEPARTMENT LENTEN FOODS Fish Story You have noticed ads in the papers where they advertised all kinds of fish. We can't go that strong as there are over 2,000,000 kinds of fish and we do not have room for them. Mortgage Priority Is Studied by judge CHARLES CITY--A contest between Mrs. Olive Lackey and Mrs. Carl Zachdlz as to priority of two mortgages occupied the attention of Judge T. A. Beardmore most of Saturday and was taken under advisement by the judge pending filing of written briefs. T h e Lackey mortgage was a first mortgage but had passed the time for limitation of such actions but had been revived according to the plaintiff by the written recognition of it in making the second mortgage to Carl Znchrilz, now deceased. Each party asks the foreclosure of the mortgage set up by each. Judge T. A. Beardmore granted a decree of divorce to Murl G. Smith of Nora Springs from Sadie M. Smith. They were married in Charles City Nov. 23, 1918, and lived together u n t i l a month before the petition was filed. Mr. Smith was given the right lo marry within a year and the custody of two children. Foster Rex, 17, and Morris Murl, 13. Upon adjournment of court at 4 p. m. Saturday, Judge Beardmore. went to Osagc and held court for an hour when he disposed of a. number of miscellaneous matters. VIOLENT DEATHS TAKE12IOWAN Four Persons Are Killed in Accidents on Highways of Stale. DES MOINES, (/P) -- Violent deaths claimed at least 12 lownus Smoked Herring Pound Beef Boil, Pound . . Veal Roast, Pound . . HADDOCK Pound Smoked White Fish Pound Hamburger, ( A l l Meat) Pound Pork Liver, Pound Codfish, Fancy, Box Pork Chops, End Cuts, Pound last wccl;. Four persons were killed in Marble Rock Route to Be Extended 2 Miles C H A R L E S C I T Y -- I t w a s learned Saturday that the postof- fice department at Washington wil extend mail route number two operating from Marble Rock in Floyd county. The present mileage is 29 miles and it will be lengthened lo 31 miles so about 20 more persons will get free mail delivery. As n result of the change, W i l l i a m Scolt, m a i l carrier, w i l l receive 51,820 instead of Sl,770. None Hurt When Train Hits Cbarles City Cai CHARLES CITY -- Although a car struck by an Illinois Centra* freight train on the Main strec' crossing late Saturday was shovec ahead of the engine for about fiO feet, none of the occupants was injured. The car was driven by II V. Bass, accompanied by a son, anc Guy Trask and Albert Bledsoe. Large Audience Hears Dr. Dibble Give Sermor CHARLES CITY--A large air dience greeted Dr. W. L. Dibble o Mason City .Sunday morning i i the CoiiKrcgntioji.il church. H was pastor of this church befor accepting the call to Mason Cilj and many of his former purishion ers greeted iiim aftci- the service Dr. Dibble chose for his theme "The Law of Life or Doing One' Best," basing his sermon on tly universal law of "ever followin: (bat which is good." He called m his long time friend, Dr. E. \V Huelster, pnstor of the churc who is very ill. Mr. and Mrs. Lcs tor Dibble accompanied Dr. Dib ble. highway accidents which brought the state's 1937 total to 39, compared with 38 for the same period a year ago. Those who lost their lives in utomobile accidents were: W. .T. Pearcc, 76, of Des Moines; rnest Hilling, 50, of Delmar; John . Pollard, 83, of Des Moincs, and Imus J. (Red) Slricklcr of Iowa ity. H. M. Russell, !2, Charles City inner, William W. Vyvcrbcrg, on, f DLtbuque, ;mrl Rudolph fi. hank of Cedar Rapids, committed uiclde. Henry Driscoll, 68, of DCS Moincs, and Herman Curl Otto. 7, of Muscatine, both died of racturcd skulls suffered in Calls. Kenneth La Brunc, 20, of Sioux ~ily, died of carbon monoxide joisoning. Francis Dyar, 43, of C l i n t o n , was tilled when his head was crushed lenoath the wheels of a railroad oundhouso turntable. Melvin Kellu, 24, died in an aii- omobile outside n Spencer roacl- lousc. a victim of acute alcohol- sm, the coroner reported. Has Historical Coverlet. HUMBOLDT, (/P)-- Mrs. B. B. Watson of Humboldt lias a fancy coverlet which her g r a n d m o t h e r nndc from red and while b u n t i n g , used to decorate Oskaloosa streets w h e n A b r a h a m Lincoln was a crmdidalc for president. 5lli Kalinif 1'laco Opened. LUVERNE--D. C. Toohcy and ion, Verne, have opened their lew lunch room and beer parlor in tiie building Mr. Toohey purchased last summer, and which las been occupied by the News of- tice for many years. Luverne now lias five eating places. No one should go hungry. Will Go lo Legislature, MANLY---The Rev. Paul Wucb- bcn lias been notified t h a t on March H lin will be called upon to appear before tho house nf rcp- rsenlalives and tlic senate of DCS Moines to R i v e prayer service. Unusual Grapefruit. P R O T I V I N -- M r s . P. Kubik purchased some g r a p e f r u i t . One l them was salmon color inside, although Hie outside was pale yellow. The fruit had a taste move like a tangerine t h a n a grapefruit. Study Court Changes. CHARLES CITY--Judge T. Beardmore, Judge Henry Gravel Greene, and Llnyd Tail, court re porter, Mason City, expected drive to Des Moines Monday I attend a meeting of. judges in {he state called for (lie purpose of discussing some changes in district court procedure. Governor Kras- chcf had previously appointed a commission to study the proposed changes. Mail Service Reduced. RAKE--Due to the recent snow and drifting which blocked the roads the mail service here has been off schedule. The star route mail carrier, who was unable to reach Rake Thursday, has been making but one delivery daily instead of I lie scheduled three. Niqht Coughs '°~r~°*i *^ checked without "dosing." Pork Hearts, Pound . . . lettuce Large Heads GRAPEFRUIT Texas Seedless for Florida Oranges Large, Do*. Carrots, Bunch Winesap Apples, Bushel Radishes, 3 Bunches . Rome Beaufy, Box Oval Sardines Large Can Tall Can SALMON Libby's Red $249 Sardines in Oil 4 Cans Monarch Red Salmon, Tall Can Pink Salmon, Tall Cans, 2 for Yacht Club Tuna, Can Monarch Wet Shrimp, Can . . . . IVORY SOAP-PONTIAC CAR CONTEST Three more weeks of fhe Ivory soop contest; Win"a Pcm-^ tiac car. Here is all you have to do: Write 25 words why you like Ivory soap, send in two wrappers--one large, one medium. As an illustration, I will write a piece. Get blanks here. Ivory Soap I like I v o r y Soap because--99 44-100% of the babies brought into the world got their start on Ivory Soap-I also got my start on Ivory Soap. LUKE B. MILLER, U. S. A. Rice Fancy 4 Pounds IVORY SOAP Medium Bar 7c Giant Bar 12c Bulk Macaroni 3 Pounds 25c Kraft's American Cheese, 2-lb. Box Kraft's Brick Cheese, 2-lb. Box 57c Macaroni or Spaghetti Package P. fir G. SOAP Giant Bars for Longhorn Cheese Pound IT'S THE HEAT THAT EGGS -- Strictly Fresh From the Country $5,000 on a Silver Platter - Crisco Contest This contest runs until March 15. All you have to do is write 25 words why you like Crisco. Send in wrapper from any size can. Get blanks here. 1 wil! write an illustration. Crisco I like Crisco because--When Crisco come on the market, the housewives' cooking problems flew out the window. LUKE B. MILLER, U. S. A. Monarch Noodles Package CRISCO 1 Pound Can 25c 3 Pound Can 59c Kraft's Macaroni Dinner, Pkg. Iowa Pancake Flour, 5-lb. Pkg. Monarch Syrup, fl Large Bottle. . . . 4 Monarch Golden Bantam Corn, Can . Kirk's Hardwater SOAP Bars 25c Monarch Whole Kernel Corn, Can . Monarch Tomato Juice, 3 Cans 25c Monarch Tomato Juice, Giant No. 5 Can 25c YOUR DOG Your dog is the truest and best friend that you will ever have. He will never go back on you, regardless of what you do to him. Give him a treat. Red Heart Bulk Dog Food, 3 Ibs 25c MR. FARMER: -- BRING US YOUR EGGS -- CASH OR T R A D E -- ANY OF THE 4 STORES.

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