The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on March 6, 1931 · Page 11
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March 6, 1931

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 11

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MARCH 6 1931 MASON Clt\ GLOBE-GAZETTE' v According to Sir Henry Thornton 'of the Canadian National railways, !.ulents from the jniaaie third in ylr classes are the most .success- 1 in life. They are not brilliant . Jugh to become professor, or dumb enough to have to work.-New Yorker. An officer mustn't break the law to catch a lawbreaker? Then how can a speed cop catch a speeder?-Davenport Times. · Saturday Specials Quality Meats -- Low Prices at A. P. Markets ' 201 NORTH FEDERAL 122 SOUTH FEDERAL February Was Warmest in 41 Years in M. C. Only One Balmier Winter Young, Tender BEEF ROASt BEEF RIBS SSS.".....- « PORK LOIN ROASTS 3lo5Fmrad HAMBURGER PORK SAUSAGE ST. '.«. 7%e ROUND STEAK rmdw ». 18c in 111 Yeavs, Records at St. Paul Show. The weather February dished out to north Iowa this year followed in the footsteps of January. With an average temperature of 32.5'degrees above zero, it was the warmest February of local record According to the TJ. S. weather i bureau director at Charles City, it was warmer than any February in 41 years. Mason City records do not go back that far. Like its predecessor, February de veloped an abnormal deficiency o precipitation. In the 28 days the total snowfall was only 8.5 inche and the total precipitation amount ed to only .72 of an inch. 20 Days Were Clear. i Twenty days were listed as clear, 7 as cloudy and 1 as partly cloudy. weather bureau station at Charles City, the 3 months, December, Jan- mry and February, have been the warmest of any like winter period n 41 years, a mean temperature of 27 degrees. The winters of 1918-19 and 1920-21 were not much colder with means of 25 and 24 degrees respectfully. Ancient Records ot St. Paul. "To find a milder winter," said Mr. Larson in his report, "it is necessary to go back to 1877-78. While no record exists for so early a period at Charles City, records at Davenport, Dubuque and St. Paul show rather conclusively, that ,a warmer winter, occurred. January and February averaged about the same as this year hut December was about 10 degrees warmer. The record at St. Paul goes back to 1820. In those 111 years no other winters have been as mild as 187778 and 1930-31." What is true at Hoover Makes Plans Albert Lea Branch of ^ for Brief Visit With Illinois^ Central Will Son in North Carolina WASHINGTON, March 6. UP)-Freed from' the heavy cares of the congressional season, P r e s i d e n t Hoover is planning a brief visit with his convalescent son in Asheville, N. Car. . If he can leave Saturday night as he plans, the chief executive will see Herbert Hoover, Jr., on Sunday for the first time since the latter for- f sook the Rapidan camp for the Carolina resort last fall. Mrs. Hnov- er probably will accompany him. The younger Hoover is making good progress toward recovery of *« i .HJLVSiO x^^-***-*v*» » · *" Cut Passenger Trains WATERLOO, March 6. C/P)-Passenger trains on the Albert Lea branch of the Illinois Central rail- road will be discontinued after Tuesday, W. Scott Williams, general superintendent of western lines, announced today. Mail, _ express baggage and passengers will bB carried on a mixed freight twin each way daily, he announced. The Albert Lea branch turns northward from the main line at Cedar Falls. Teas 8 Inches High HARLAN, March 6. /B--For proof aa to the mildness of the winter season in Iowa Mrs. Fred Dah- lop is showing her perennial sweet now about eight inches high. OtJtiy, 11U W tlUUH *· ^i(3 t t w *j Some of the plants are nipped by cold at night but speedily come up again. health. No wonder "horse sense" is proverbial. The horse knew at first that an automobile was something to be | afraid of.--Davenport Times. I I as Ciuuuy am* * «*· £*....- --., -,, The wind was out of the south on ^ resh J · o T w, 1 Qr Ground · ij»o- 1»/!» Charles City, assumedly is true also 1-Pound Package, Cello-Wrapped . . . . . . . . . LB. AP FOOD STORES The Great Atlantic Pacific Tea Co. MIDDLE WESTERN DIVISION half of the 28 days. Fifty-eight degrees above zero was the month's maximum temperature, that reading having been recorded for the 24 hour period ending at 8 o'clock, Feb. 25. Against this was a minimum of 2 degrees above zero recorded on the night of Feb. 9. January's- average temperature was 25.6 above zero, almost an even 7 degrees lower than· the. Februarj mean. One Warmer Day in 1981. Last year February's .average temperature was 30.7 degrees, a little less than 2 degrees under the 1931 figure. Surprisingly there was a. maximum of 63 degree^ last year. Five degrees higher than last month's high point.- In striking contrast was a minimum temperature last year of 18 degrees, giving the month the remarkable temperature range of 81 degrees. According to a -report issued by E. G. Larson, in charge of the in Mason City and these observations by Mr. Larson should prove of | interest to the "way back when" club. In rending the following day by day weather table, it should be borne in mind that observations are made at 8 o'clock in the morning and the figures given for any particular day are for the previous 24 hours. Thus the maximum given for Feb. 5 is in fact the maximum of | .he previous afternoon. Daily Records Presented. The table follows: Max. Feb. 1 36 Feb. 2 51 Feb. 3 .50 Feb. 4 ,.45 Feb. 5 43 Feb. 6 45 Feb. 7 29 Feb. 8 39 Feb. 9 39 MASON CITY FRUIT COMPANY Opposite Postof f ice Feb. 10 ........ 17 Feb. 11 -34 Phone 320 SATURDAY SPECIALS Carload U S. No. 1 Graded WHITE POTATOES BUSHEL, . . 95c PECK, . . . . 25c .3 . Feb. 12 ........ 47 Feb. 13 Feb. 14 Feb. 15 Feb. 16 Feb. 17 36 1835 52 .'..51 Feb. 18 ........ 34 Feb. 19 ........ 35 Feb. 20 ........ 36 Feb. 21 ........ 43 Feb. 22 .... ---- 44 Feb. 23 ........ 45 Feb. 24 ........ 49 Feb.- 25 . ....... 58 Feb. 26 ........ 43 Feb. 27 ........ 45 Feb. 28 ........ 52 Min. 23 29 29 21 27 24 25 23 9 2 23 33 S 4 24 30 . 30 31 31 22 23 27 26 31 29 24 32 29 ~21' LINDYHASNEW G-R-U-P-P PACKING HOUSE MARKET 401 S. Federal Meat Prices Effective From March 7 to March 14 Spare Ribs, Qc pound Neck Bones, meaty, Ib.- Shoulder Pork -i -f c whole, Ib J-A Veal Stew, Qc choice, Ib. CJ Sausage, 7l c per Ib. · Hamburger, Q c per Ib ; V Bacon, whole or half, Ib Beef Roast, choice, Ib Lard, pure, Ib Rib Boil, pound Bacon Squares, Ib CHOICE POULTRY Uneeda Bakers VANILLA WAFERS These cookies have found their way into the f avor --and the fingers --of every member of the family! Just plain enough to be wholesome-just sweet enough to be popular! Uneeda Bakers Vanilla Wafers are sold only under the Red Uneeda Seal. NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY BANANAS, 4 Ibs - . 25c APPLES, 4 Ibs 25c GREEN ONIONS, RADISHES, TURNIPS, BEETS, bunch 5c CREAMERY BUTTER, Ib 7f FRESH U SPINACH 3 ' - Head Lettuce, 3 for Red Pitted CHERRIES, -| O, 16 oz. can ·*·**' Royal Ann CHERRIES, gallon Mrs. Barcley's Home-Made Cakes, Pies, Bread and Rolls Cauliflower, Carrots, New Cabbage, Tomatoes, Celery, Green Peppers FREE DELIVERY PHONE 320 I 2.14- SO. FEDERAL PHONE 916 SATURDAY SPECIAL SHOP HERE, GET .TOST WHAT YOU WANT AND SAVE BIG MONEY PORK LOIN END ROAST 3 to 5 Ibs. Flense Shop Early Fancy Heavy CHICKENS 2 -f f .1 Ib. JV Our Own Kill Nice PORK STEAK d Lean ., Ib. FRESH Pork Hearts 32° Ib. MEATY Neck Bones 2 c , b . SUGAR CURED Bacon Squares None to Dealer* Why Pay More'i Nut Butterine Ib. PORK SAUSAGE, all day. SMALL FANCY WEINERS, none to dealers FRESH Sliced Liver MUTTON Shoulder Roast Ib. BABY Beef Steak Ib. Money-Buck Gimriintne ism 7c Ib. mmmu 12V 2 c Ib. MM Matches, a carton \ Hot Spcclnl Sister Ship of Old Record Breaker Carries Flyer's Own Designing. BTJRBANK, Cal., March 6. UP)-With one speed mark already to the credit of its sister ship, a swift monoplane which may assault other air records waited in a hangar here today for Col. Charles A. Lindbergh. Embodying a combined retractable landing gear-streamlining feature that is the product of the flying colonel's brain, a trim Lockheed Sirius plane proved its mettle yesterday in the first long test flight made since the Lindbergh idea was adopted. With Vance Breese, test pilot at its controls, the ship sped from Oakland to Burbank--estimated 3a5 miles airline--in one hour and 33 minutes, lowering the previous mark of the hop almost 20 minutes and averaging 229 miles an hour. A similar plane with a higher powered engine is awaiting Colonel Lindbergh's pleasure at the plant here. ,. "Colonel Lindbergh's suggestion that landing gears should be retractable and slide up into the wing ! while in flight, increased (.he speed 1 of the plane by about 32 miles an hour "-Russell Peck, superintendent of the Lockheed plant, said. "The ship flown by Breese had a 420 horsepower motor. Colonel Lind berth's is powered with a 650 horbe power engine. This should add 21 miles an hour to the colonel's new, plane letting it compare favorabl with any ship flown excepting spe nlal racing jobs." Father of Dempsey Announces Plan to Marry Woman of 37 i SALT LAKE CITY, March 6. (JP --Hiram Dempsey, 73, father of Jack Dempsey, former world s heavyweight boxing champion, and Mrs. Hanna Lyle Chapman, 37, a neighbor, have declared their intention to wed. They obtained a license here yesterday. r Dempsey, who is divorced from Mrs. Cecelia Dempsey, mother of the ex-champion, said the present is I his third venture in matrimony. 125 AttendToTO.F. Booster Meeting at Burt; Chandler Talks BURT, March 6.--About 125 attended the I. O. O. F. county boost- -er meeting here. J. A. Chandler Gait, delivered the chief address Derrald Riddle and Gordon Smid Uave readings and Mrs. Tressl Brace and Mrs. George Gray sang a duet. J. F. Fisher, Tltonka, gnv | an exhibition of club swinging. A comparison of the Wickersham commission's formal recommendations with the individual opinions of its members suggests that the ma- ioritv was. In thn minorltv--Virirtn- l A LONG TIME AGO, wasn't it, wlieu women of fashion thought bicycling just too thrilling for words? At the same time mechanically roasted coffee was also quite the thing. This unique bicycling costume lias no place in the modern woman's wardrobe. But, strange to say, the old fashioned method of roasting coft'ee still persists. There is one coft'ee which has kept pace with the times. Nash's Toasted Coffee is a truly different coffee--a modern coffee. It is different because it is toasted--while other coffees are still roasted. Toasting, scientists have found develops 35.7%' more flavor from the same green coffee than old fashioned roasting. ' Enjoy this added richness and depth of flavor by serving a coffee as modern tu tomorrow--ask your grocer for Nash's Toasted Coffee. ^S^^-i.-""^ ^*. ON THE AIR--That delightful comedy team, Timothy Murphy and Ole Gunderson, station WCCO, every Thursday evening, 8:00 to 8:15. tcmste

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