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Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, March 5, 1931
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MARCH 1931' MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE HENDBIOKS News Editor Realdenee Phone 34 OW RITES HELD FOR MRS.C.EIBEY Was Reared arid Married in Denmark; Lived at Odgen and Forest City. , . CLEAR LAKE, March 5--Punera services for Mrs. Chris P. Eibey, .57 were held Wednesday-afternoon at the William Madsen home and al the Methodist church with the Rev J. R. Tumbleson officiating-. She died Sunday evening at a Mason City hospital from infection in her foot Mrs. D, E. Kanyon and Mrs. A, C Runcie sang- two numbers. Burli was the Clear Lake ceme tery. Pallbearers were Sever Hammersland, Joe Palmer, Marius Oredson, Will Scroggins, James Miller ad Walter Cash. Marie Eibey was born July 19, 1873, In Denmark, where she grew to young womanhood. In 1890 she was married to Chris P. Eibey. Not long- after their marriage they sailed \ to America and settled at Ogden, Iowa. They resided at Ogden until 1911 When they located in Forest City. In 1911, they purchased the · McGowaa farm northwest of Clear OFFICE PHONE No. 239 LEE DEW1GGINS Circulation and Advertising Residence Phone 67 Vivid Presentation of One Act Comedies Given Klemme, Belmond and Clea * Lake where they lived until Eibey's death five years ago. Mr. Since that time Mrs. Eibey has made her home with her children, who live around Clear Lake. They are Arthur and Roy Eibey, Mrs. Arthur Stoltz, Mrs. William Madsen and Mrs. George Davis. She also is survived by seven grandchildren, nine sisters and three brothers. Two sisters, Mrs. J. R. Underwood and Mlsa Thora Iverson,,Minneapolis, Minn.; three sisters, Mrs. Millie Herman, Mrs. Muns Mikkelson and Mrs. J. E. Anderson, Forest City, and a brother, John Iverson, Forest City, attended the funeral. A number of friends from Forest City and Ogden also were in attendance. Lake Farm Bureau to Hear County Agent Olson Talk on Soils CLEAR LAKE, March 5.--The Lake Farm Bureau members plan t« meet Friday night at District 3 schoolhouse. The play "Mrs. Opley's Telephone" will be the featute of the program. Bert Wyhr will report the Farm Bureau convention which he ^' attended at Ames and Marion Olson irSS^ffY?. :t"Ut/-on ''Soils.'' Dean ; - ' V-p^* s "^3yJJ|tgly.i5iJ^2pio^Refreah-- \ merits will be serviad/~'"~ ·'-.' ···· Former Mason City Youth Tries Out in League Ballplaying CLEAR -LAKE, March 5.--Frank Secory, brother of Ed Secory, South Third street, plans to leave his home in Grand Haven, Mich., for Pennsylvania where he will try out with the Scottville baseball team of the Mid-Atlantic league, one of the numerous clubs in the St. Louis Cardinals' chain. The Scottville club haa a class C rating. He drew considerable attention with the Grand Haven Conoco Oils baseball team last season having a consistent hitting average anc numerous circuit clouts. Frank (3 just 18 years old, six feet tall, with an exceptional physique. He is a son of L. F. Secory, formerly of Mason City. Lake Lions Are Lake . Mills Club Guest! CLEAR AKE, March 5.--About 16 Lions club members met with the Lake Mills club Wednesday evening. The local organization furnished the program under the direction of Ed Boyle. John C. Shipley, Mason City, talked on the topic of "Safety First." Miss Clotilde Phillips and Marvin Winnie gave readings. W. J. McGowan played on the harmonica accompanied by Mrs. McGowan. Girl Reserves Plan for Fathers Banquet CLEAR LAKE, March 5.--Plans are being made for a father and daughter banquet to be given Friday night at the Soda Grill by tha members of the Girl Reserves of the high school. Miss May Davis who is In charge of the affair will act as toaatmistresa. Talks will be given by Supt. C. A. Pease and George E Frost. Miss Carmella Church will give a reading and Marguerite Halvorson will sing a solo. The entire group will sing Girl Reserve songs Guests, other than the father? will be Miss Theresa Holt, director 'of the Girl Reserves, Mason City- Miss Emmabelle Thomas, Miss Hazel Muldown, Miss Hazel Applta and Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Pease Lake High Schools Participate, CLEAR LAKE; March 5.--Th play, "Not QUite Such a Goose," a presented by the Clear Lake Dram club, was the outstanding produc tion at the triangular meet he! Wednesday evening at the hig school. Belmond and Klemme stu dents also presented clever one-ac comedies. Miriam Brager portrayed the rol of the mother in a realistic fashion The theme of the story center around Haivor Com stock and Mar guerite Halvorsoh, who take role of brother and sister. The jangiln spirit changes when Hazel Hender son, portrayed by Feme Brooks, ar rives- for dinner. Much humor i shown by Haivor Comstock whe he overhears the lovemaking 'o Phillip Flick, portrayed by Thorke Sbndrpl, to his sister, Marguerlt Halvorson. The climax of the stor becomes humrous when the br'oth er acts the same silly way over rose that Phillip has. Klemme Play Entertains "Sauce for the Goslings," with cast of seven characters was pre seated by Kiemme students. Th son and daughter, Robert and Elfz abeth Taylor, played by Glady Kothenbeuthel and Byrems Miss man, become the problem of the par ents because of their extensive us of slang expressions. The parents played by Edwin Thielman aiic Margaret Gimer, and the grand mother, portrayed by Margare Gates, make plans to- sicken th children of this habit. At the ar rival of, the house-guest, Jame Ward, impersonated by V e r n e ^ Priebe, the family loses its dignitj and becomes youthful with its ex pressions. Finally the son becomes enraged and begs his parents to stop, beg ging their forgiving · for having acted that way. Ethel Pringnit plays the part of the maid. Father Hunts for Tie "The Orange Colored Necktie," as presented by Belmond, centerec around the hunt of father playet sy Edward McNulty, for bis neck tie. He is assisted by his wife }2ayod by Avis Lillebo; the daugh- :er, Corinne Johnson; the maid Edith Spitler, and the Negro serv mt, George Goelz. The ties worn sy tj(i6 ? servant and messenger bo; ire both complicated with the rea orange tplored one which the father really wants. The high school orchestra furnished music between the plays. A sum of $35 was netted by metn- ers of the Drama club by the stng- ng of the plays. This fund will be ised in purchasing a parlor suite for the high school stage. Clear Lake Briefs r Police Post Organized. DETROIT, Mich.--A new post of the American Legion to be known as Police Post 161, composed of members of the Detroit police department who are veterans of the World war, wns recently organized here. PARK THEATER Clear Lake Ihnrsd ay--Friday Two Big Features! "ROYAt, BED" "White Hell of FHz Patu' Special untirMarch 15--Realistic Ware, $5. Roya! Beauty Shop. DeWilde and Blstllne, auto mechanics at DeBruyn'a Super Service Phone 214. All work guaranteed. For Rent--Garage. 205 So. Oak Street. - Special rate on rug- cleaning!--1-S off regular price. Ladles' cloth coats cleaned and pressed 75c Phone 495, Klassy Kleaners. Opening- of the new Whitney Pastry and Delicatessen Shop, Sat, March 7, formerly Wentworth Hat Shop bldg., Main street. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Jacobaon were called to Woon^ocket, s. Dak., Wednesday night by the serious illness of Mr. Jacobson's mother. Mrs. It. S. Dorchester and Dr. Jane Wright are expected to return Thursday from Des Moines where they have attended the state Daughters of the American Revolution conference. They attended the meetings Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, as delegates of the local chapter Mrs. C, A, Kmitson Is in attendance of a board meeting of the Iowa Federation of Women's clubs at Des Moinea, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday of this week. As chairman of the department of legislation she was to talk on several subjects of importance. Mrs. knutson's mother, Mra. W. J. Wood and Miss Lillian Thompson accompanied her to Des Moinea. Mrs. W. H. Bailey returned Wednesday from Pierre, S. Dak., where she has been visiting with relatives and friends for the past two weeks. Pierre was the former home of Mrs. Bailey. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Fry and family have moved from the Division street grocery store to a cottage on Glen Cove drive. Mrs. Nola Horn left Wednesday riight for Chicago where she will make a short stay before leaving for her home in Danville, where'she will L\**a a week with her mother and daughter, Betty Ann. Will Become Agency Manager NEW HAMPTON, March 5.--R. 3. MePflrland, former secretary oC .tie Chickasaw County Farmers Mutual Insurance association, has accepted a position In Des Moines as manager of the Dea Moinea general agency for the Farmers and Jankers Life Insurance company of Wichita, Kans., effective April 1. Mr. MoFarland resigned as member of the New Hampton board of education. CLEAR LAKE CALENDAR Thursday--Twentieth Century club , meets at the home of Mrs W B Milne. Sorosls club meets at the homo . of Mrs. D. H. Culver, South Fourth street. Crescent club meets at the home of Mrs. Gregory Linden. Royal club meets at the home of Mrs. Ro,r French, Division street. Daughters of Union Veterans meets at the I/O. O. P. hall for . program. Friday--Girl Reserves Father and Daughter banquet at the Soda Grill, D. A. R. meets at the home of Mrs. A. A. Joslyn, Miss Mollle McGowan leading the lesson Lake Farm Burerii meets at District 3 schoolhouse. U. Y. B. club meets at the home of Mrs.. Elmer Waller, North street. Linger Longer club meets with Mrs. Emma Kimball at the home of Mrs. John. McGuiness. North Fifth street. THE GLOBE-GAZETTE OFFERS BOOKLET ON REMOVAL OF STAINS Immediately after the damage has been done is the time to remove a stain from clothing or household textiles. However, use of the wrong method may do more harm than good. Complete, practical details of how to remove 88 different kinds of stains from all kinds of fabrics will be found in the government booklet now available to readers of the Globe-Gazette. This is an invaluable publication which should find a place in every home. It will save you money, time and trouble. Fill out and mail this coupon before you forget it. Frederic J. Hnsldn, Director, The Globe-Gazette Information Bureau, Washington, D. C. I Inclose herewith 4 cenls In coin or stamps for u copy of the booklet, REMOVAL OF STAINS. Street City State 21 BUSY EXECUTIONER Robert Elliott, executioner for lour states, recently completed one of his busiest weeks, electrocuting Irene Schroeder and Glenn Dague in the penitentiary near Bellefonte, Pa., and two prisoners at Sing Sing, Ossln- ing, N. y., in ono week. Ho received §600 for the four executions. Elliott bettered this record in 1937 when lie threw the death switch three times in Massachusetts and three times at Sing Sing within 24 hours. Schedule of Amphibian Radio-Equipped Planes Will Start on April 1 CLEVELAND, Ohio, March 5. (tf --Flying of multi-colored radio equipped amphibian passenge planes oil regular schedules between Detroit, Cleveland and Chicago bj the Trans-American Airline corpor ation, beginning April 1, was an nounced today. The new service will link Chicago Detroit, Cleveland and Buffalo as well, and supplement airmail pass enger and express lines already serv ing 18 middle western cities. The new services will mark thi immediate development oE long planned Great Lakes Air Transpor system. One Director to Be Named. PLYMOUTH, March 5.--At th annual school election March 9 on director wilt be named to succeei John Brower, farmer living 2 J /i miles southeast of town. ^^2:;:;r^-*r^~~*^u!-f sa * a * s ujTMi£j3^^ TITTLE BROS Jt MAc*oTMrci «5^Nc HEADLESS, DRESSED, lb. | Friday Satmrday PURITY BREAD, none better, loaf . .5c FANCY COOKIES, 2 Ibs 39c MATCHES, Ohios, 2 cartons t . . . 25c KRAUT, bulk, 3 qts 25c RED CHERRIES, medium can . . . . 19c PEANUT BUTTER, qt. jars 39c TOMATOES, large cans, 2 for 29c HEAD LETTUCE, large size, 3 for . .25c GRAPEFRUIT, 5 for 25c PORK LOIN ROAST, per lb. "l6c SPARE RIBS, per lb n c POTATOES, good ones, per peck ... 23c CRISCO, 3 lb. can, and 1 glass mixing bowl free ,.69c TRY US -- WE SATISFY OLSON KOSSACK GROCERY 618 S. Federal Ave. Phone 1800 65 Football Fans Are Injured in Riot When Hindus Play Moslems BANGALORE, India, March 5. t.T)--Sixty-five football fans were injured today in a riot which began at a match, between Hindu and Moslem teams and spread thruout the city. Police arregted 43 before quiet was restored. There was,heavy betting on today's game which the Hindus won 3 to 0. As the final whistle blew, the 3,000 spectators began fighting. Changes Are Made on Farms Near Coulter COULTER, March 5.--Jorgen Jacobsen and family moved to the farm vacated by Gregus Larseu who moved to town and occupies the L,. S. Johnson residence. Jacob Nielsen moved from the* farm to the recently purchased town property of the Nielsen estate; Kenneth Cook occupies the Christensen brothers farm. N. K. Petersen nr.u family, who occupied a farm near Coulter the past 20 years, moved to a farm near Hansell. Harry Pralle moved to the farm purchased of N. K. Petersen. Lee Sellars is now a resident of Aredale. Rallies in Marshall Keporlcd. MARSHALLTOWN, March 5. yp --Dog owners here have been aslteu by veterinariana to keep animala under close observation following the detection of rabies in Marshall county. A number of dogs were reported to have died from rabies Cases of cattle dying in the Laurel vicinity after having been bitten by diseased doga were reported. Auxiliary May Be Formed DECORAH, March S.--The Veterans of Foreign Wars meet again next Friday in Parman's hall at S o'clock. A movement has started to organize a woman's auxiliary, I-caguc Members to Itnlly. ATLANTIC, March 5. /!)-Southwestern Iowa Luther League members will gather here Sunday for an all day rally, the second an- S A SATURDAY, MARCH 7 Beginning at 8:00 A. M. A COMPLETE LINE OF Ladies Wearing Apparel, Ladies' and Children's Dresses, Coats and Hats; Silks, Notions, Underwear and many other items. Specials For Opening Day House Dresses, Bungalow Aprons 50c to $2 Children's Dresses up to 75c Women's and Children's Hats .." 50c to §2 ALL NEW MERCHANDISE ... SEE IT! Sale Continues Until Merchandise is Sold. 414 N. GEORGIA AVE. MARSDEN'S I. G. A. Mc:vt and Grocery PHONE 2414 Beef Roast Neck Bones Pork Sausage Meaty, lb Pure, lb. .. Smoked Whole or Half Deckers Sugar Cured, Hi. PHONE 420 13SD NORTH FEDERAL QUALITY SPECIALS POT ROAST £!£"?.·,,,. n I6c PORK ROAST SS. w , er c,,,. ,,, , .,,..,. .,.16c LOIN RIBS 5SS y . lh .10c PORK LIVER r r l .,5e PORK HEARTS »;. 5c LARD ffi; ,,,. .' I2i/ 2 c LOIN ENDS 1, I2i/ 2 c HAMBURGER Z,. ,,...' 12V 2 c SAUSAGE r^.,, · . . . . I2y 2 c VEAL STEW ^ , b , . , I2y 2 c VEAL ROAST EE ,,, 19 C PICNICS, Smoked Shanklcss, lb 16i/ 2 c MILK, 3 CANS 25c LETTUCE, 3 FOR 25c MACARONI, Jack Spratt, etc., 7c PORK BEANS,16 ox. 3 for . 21c mm] such event to be staged by the circuit. Speakers will include the Rev. N. B. Hanson of Fremont, Nebr., the Rev. C. A. Nelson of Avoca and the Rev. C. M. Videbeck of Elk Horn. Four Go to Shannon. ROCKWELL--D. W. Kreider,'P. G. Sharp, Mrs. W. P. Doderer and daughter, Ruth Doderer, were called to Shannon, HI., Wednesday by the death of Mrs. William Kreider. 1452 NO. FEDERAL 21c 9e Fresh, Pure Children and adults both . . . depend very largely for their nutrition upon milk, butter and eggs. Therefore you should be doubly sure that you are obtaining the best . . . Glenn Brand Butter-and Very Best Milk. ASK YOUR GROCER FARM PRODUCTS CO. PHAISUE QUEEN SELF-RISING Patieake Flour BETTER . . . LOWER Than Ever - Bag 2$c AT YOUR GHOCER MANUFACTURED BY Co. MASON CIT1', IOWA FRIDAY AND SATURDAY SELLING Wax For beautifying 1 Floors, Linoleums, Furniture, Shoes and Automobiles, llegular H5o per Jb. Liquid or P;iBte Sleeping Bear Red Cherries; tins .29c Cool Spring Tomatoes; 3 No. Z tins ....'. 25c EInora Sugar Corn; 3 No. 2 tins 25o Van Camp's Red ISeans; 2 tins 15o Plymouth Cut Green or Wax Beans; Z No. 2 tins 25e Van Camp's or Campbell's Pork Eeiins, 3 med. tins . -22c Orange I?runl Sugar Pens; 8 No. 2 tins We. Franco-American Spaghetti; S tall tins 25c Wrokon Sliced Pineapple; 2 Inrge No. 2 r / 2 tins 8!lo Skipper Norwegian Sardines; in olive oil 18o Del Maize Fancy Corn; 2 No. 2 tins . .25c Fancy Shrimp; wet or dry, tall tin l!)c Oystors; large 4 o-r.. tin Klc Snlders Tomato Ketchup; 14 oz , i )0 Ule ...l!)c French's Cream Salad Mustard; IK«. 0 oz. jar ISc · French's Hastey Taplocn; 8 oz. package TOo Rumford Bilking Powder; large 12 oz. can. 2Hc Colman's Mustard Powder; large ·! oz: can 2!)c Thompson Malted Milk; pound can '53c Pabst-ctt Cheese; CJ^ oz. package- JUc Carnation Milk; 3 tall or 6 sm. tins . ,25c Corn or Gloss; lb. pkg. Camay Toilet Soap; U^ Kba o*ydoi F^ -21c Forbes Vmiilla Extract; large 4 oz. hottle ........... 29e Clinso Sanborn Japan Tea; i/j pound pucUago ...... 31c Sunshine Graliam Crackers; large 2 lb. caddy ....... 'Zoo (Junker Outs; Quick or Regular; large pnckagto ....... 3lo Hcrshcy's Cocoa; one pound cun ........... ......... Z5e'' Windmill Snlsul Drcsnlng, Spread or 1,000 Islimd; pt. jarj!3c Kraft's French Dressing; large 8 oz. jar ............ 2lc Jle.d Bng Coffee; P. W. Special, 3 Ibs. 05c; pound ____ 2.V Longhorn Crcum Cheese; very mild, II) ............... J9c Folgers, Hills, or Nash's; fifan . . .-. . .38c Chipset Flukes or Clilpso Granules; inrge pl«g ......... l«c 20 Mule Tciun IJorux; Inrgo 3 ]j,.. puoUage ............ B3o HInso; Cleans Clothes 'Whito, Iiirgc pacljugi; .......... ale Mii£io Washer; has no equal, lnrg« puckngo .......... /!Hc Old Dutch Cleanser; .chases dirt; 2 lurgo cans ........ 15o Oxyclol; Inrgo pnclmgo .............................. me Monarch Mutches; 0 full count bnxes ................ 16c Frinco Alhcrt or Volvot Smoking; 2 tins ............ 2fiB Oyster Shells; pure, 100 If. b:ig .................... aou Van Camp's Tomato Soup; 4 tins . . .25c -- Washburn-Crosby Pancake Flour "Kitchen Tested" 20 OZ. pkg-. aur--| 10® [ Chocolate Covered Cherries;iTM'j )li r cll '.25c Groat Northern Nuvy Beans; /t pounds .. Fancy Dim; Hos« Ilicc; 2 ixuimli) Iflc Cncoamil; fresh hulk, pound UKe Fancy Bulk Cocoa; 2 pound package .... Fancy Apricots; frenh bulk, pound Fancy Teaches; frorh stock, pound T7« Santa Clara Primes; nice and meaty, 'I pound Sunswect Raisins; largo 4 pound piickagn Sulada Green Toil; i/, Hi. pkg Ivory Snow; 2 Ige. 15c pkgs. for 15c Unminas; faiiry yellow fruit, S pounds ,..l!)c. Head I.ottueo; nicft solid huads, 3 for 23c Chula Vista Celery; best money 0:111 buy, 2 Igc. stnlltK . .2tic Florida Gnipofruit; extra Inrgij siy.o, 0 for 2"c . , Spinach; that real liraillli builder, 2 pounds Tangerines; full of juice, large Klzo, 3 doxrn 25c Jonathan Eatin-f Apples; -1 pounds 2iic. Green Onions nnd Knili.Hhi'H; 2 hunches !)o Carrots, Beets, and Turnips; 2 large hunches 15o Freo n "«onstTMtlon coffee mid Jell, HJ. Pabst Famous Blue Ribbon K # 25c Beef Steak; Pork Steak, lb. very tender, 11, 20c Pork Chops; Beef Roast; lb 16c Lean, lb FKKSH FISH OF .ALL KINDS 16c 16c 100 Ibs. $1.40;. Bu 15 lb. peck .. Florida j. iu*iud. tlicm '»y tl , jf s cheaper) I KC . si/.c,

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