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April 6, 1934

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 12

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TWELVE C, STANTON HELD TO GRAND JURY Charged With Driving While Intoxicated After Car Struck Pedestrian. Clarence C. Stanton, 1147 East State street, waived preliminary MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE APRIL 6 1934 Stokes* Nut TON BEST IN IHE FIKLD Consolidated Coal Co. riiono hearing Friday morning and was bound, to the grand jury by John C. Shipley, police judge, on a charge of operating a motor yehlcle while intoxicated. He was being: held at the county jail Friday. , The car which Stanton was driving struck Clyde G. Stoner, 311 Third street northwest, injuring his knee, as he was crossing the street near'l!6 North Federal avenue. Thomas H. McKee, Negro, was sentenced to 30 days in the county jail on a charge of intoxication. He was arrested at his home, 420 Msd- ison avenue southwest, about midnight Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Knapp, 20* Jefferson avenue northwest, have returned from Fort Des Moines where their son, Richard, underwent a serious operation earlier in the W«ek. Funny that no Wall street organizer ever thought to incorporate the depression and sell stock in it-Arizona. Producer. Festivals Index to Jew's Life, Says Rabbi Block Delivers Address Cosmopolitan HAS RARE DISEASE Meeting. The history of the Jewish race, particularly that of the Exodus and of the later periods of tribulations, is written vividly into the impressive ceremonies of its festivals, Rabbi Lawrence Block explained at the monthly meeting of the Cosmopolitan club at the Y. M. C. A. Thursday evening. The program, presented by the Jewish members of the club, was in charge of Mrs. Louis Wolf and included the presentation of several numbers of Jewish music by Harry Schulman, who played the violin, accompanied by his sister, Miss Mollie Schulman, on the piano. The story of the Jewish festivals with their significant historic background was presented most Intel- NORTH IOWA'S LARGEST MARKET BEEF STEAK IQc LINK SAUSAGE IQc PORK STEAK BIG BEN SOAP 6 for BUTTER HAMBURGER RIB BOIL Bacon Squares Whole HAMS Half 14' Peanut Butter BEEF STEW lie SAUSAGE lie SLICED LIVER 5° RINSO 19c NUT-OLEO You Have Seen Pauline L.Rohrs iue K C Baking Powder in the Globe-Gazette Cooking School. She explained its higfi quality and the economy; in using K C in your baking. Owing to its great leavening strength a smaller amount of KC is tued per recipe than of ·ome other brands. Use the DOUBLE-TESTED! DOUBLE-ACTION! BAKIHC POWDU 25 Ounces for 25c SAME PRICE TODAY as 43 years ago Manufactured by baking powder tpttiailstf who make nothing else. Controlled by expert chemists. The quality of K C is always uniform -- it's dependable. Try it in your favorite recipe as instructed Ky, the demonstrator. You will find there is none better -- purer -- more efficient. MILLIONS OF POUNDS USED BY OUR GOVERNMENT GET THE K C COOK BOOK FREE! BtantifnUy ffluitrtted Mid contains many excellent (cited recipts. Copies will be mailed to users of KC Baking Powder sending us the name and address of their grocer. Ntme Grocer AJJr ADDRESS JAQUES MFG. CO., CHICAGO, ILLINOIS liglbly by Rabbi Block, new arrival in the city and in charge of the reformed services at the local synagog.- Index to His Ufe. "The Jewish festivals are an index to Jewish life, an expression of his feelings and his soul," said the speaker, who pointed out tho Jewish calendar is a lunar calenav based on the position of the moon, with 364 days in the year and occasional leap years in.which a whole month is added The most frequent Jewish festival is, of course, the Sabbath, Rabbi Block declared, explaining that this begins ev«ry Friday evening at sundown and continues until sundown on Saturday, a memorial of creation and to glorify Jewish womanhood. The Sabbath, he said, is inducted and ushered out with impressive ceremonies around the family table. The speaker also explained the details of the services in the synagog. From Paschal Lamb. "The Passover, one of the three great agricultural festivals, and always celebrated in the springtime,, got its name from the Paschal lamb, "oing back to the time of Moses," the rabbi stated. "We eat unleavened bead as symbol of that occasion. You will recall that to evade the last plague, death to the first born, the Jewish people were Instructed to put the blood of a lamb on their door posts." Other agricultural festivals described by the-speaker were the Feast of Weeks and the Feast of Booths. In the Feast of Weeks, which starts the second day of the Passover and continues 49 days, the ancient practice was to make an offering of grain. Later it came to be an occasion for the confirmation of children. ' « . , . ' ' " ' " Festival Symbolic. The Festival of Booths is symbolic of the days when the Jews lived in tents. During this time they dine and receive their friends in huts built in the yard, - the speaker ex plained. ' ; Of the more recent festivals there is Chanuca, symbolizing the miracle of the lamp, and the Feastof the Lots, which emanated from the Book of Easter and -is an occasion for display of a carnival, spirit. There also, is Thishoh-Beove, a day of sadness, when the Jew goes to the synagog and reads the Book of Lamentations. . Bosh Hashona is observed as the beginning of the new year, followed after 10 days of penitence by Yom Kippur, the Day of Atonement. The song, "Kol Nidre," or "All My Vows," one of the numbers given by the Schulmans on the program, is sung on this occasion. Four year old Roma Garrett of Peeksklll, N. Y., is sultcrlng from a rare disease called leu- cocythemia, an overabundance of white corpuscles in tho bloodstream. (Associated Press photo) ' AIR SERVICE TO RESUME SUNDAY Chicago to St. Paul Mail to Be Routed Through Rochester. WASHINGTON, April 6. (f-- Army airmail service from Chicago to St Paul will be resumed on Sunday. The postoffice department said today points covered in tho route are Madison, Milwaukee and Rochester, The Chicago-St. Paul run is part of a route from Chicago to Pembina, N. Dak., for which private bids have been asked by the department. The army flyers will make one trip each way daily, starting from Chicago at 6:15 a. m., Sunday. This brings the army's number of routes to nine. ENGEBRETSON OF SHEFFIELD DIES Rites for Franklin County Pioneer to Be Sunday at Residence. SHEFFIELD, April 8.--Martin Engebretson, 76, pioneer resident of Franklin county, died Friday morn- Ing following a lingering illness. Funeral services will be held at 2:30 o'clock Sunday afternoon at the home in Sheffield in charge of the Rev F. O. Hillman, pastor of tho local M. E. church. Burial will be in Hillside cemetery, Sheffield. Mr. Engebretson was born in Norway, April 21.1858, and came to America when six weeka old, settling with his parents in Franklin county. He fanned in this county until 1912, when he retired to Sheffield. Surviving are his wife and three sons, Percy, C. J. and C. R. of Sheffield, and a daughter, Mrs. Charles Walker of Latimer, a brother, P. R. Engebretson and a sister, Juna Engebretson of Thornton. One daughter preceded him in death. A number of people are assuring the country that the dollar still contains 10 dimes or 20 nickels. The problem is not change, but exchange.--Virginian-Riot. Real Estate Transfers FlnMlCElEVft Register Life Company of Davenport Quits Active Business. DAVENPORT, April 6. UK--A state receivership for the Register Life Insurance company of Davenport was indicated today as the company ceased transacting any active business last night after having been engaged for nearly 50 years in writing mutual insurance. This decision was arrived at by directors following days of negotiation with E. . W. Clark, Iowa commissioner of insurance, who has refused to issue an annual certificate of authority to transact a life insurance business. . His refusal Is based, it is understood, upon the Inadequacy of reserves due'in large part to the extreme deflatioa in real estate values. ___ L. Radmanovich Rites to Be Held, Saturday Afternoon at Church Funeral services for Lago Radmanovich, 62, who died Wednesday evening following a three months' illness, will be held at the Greek Orthodox church. Saturday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock. Dr. Gregorios Milonas, pastor of the church, will be in charge of the services. Burial will be In Elmwood cemetery. Surviving Mr. Radmanovich are two daughters, Mrs. Walter Herzog, 819 Van Buren avenue southwest, and Mrs. Pera Dubajac, who resides in Pennsylvania. The body is at the Patterson funeral home. Freeman, H. E. and wf. and Kenyon, D. E. and wf. to J. C. Isbell ·ind wf. $1 L. 14, B. 29 in sub. of part of plat of Cl. Lk. Camp Meeting association grounds. 4-3-34. Clear Lake Sand and Gravel company, Inc., .to.W..F. Paul.51 S.WD tract beginning at SE cor. 8-96-21. 1-11-34. F. R. Accepts Proposition. MIAMI, Fla., April 6. tS 1 )--President Roosevelt today accepted a proposition by white house, correspondents stationed here to investigate his fishing capabilities and Monday was set for the meeting. MORRIS Food Store 3S1 Sixth St S. W. GOLD DUST Large size LIMA BEANS Small can FLOUR Wooden Shoe, $4.59 49 Ib. bag JL SWEET CORN Small can SOAP Laundry, 99 C 10 bars MM TOMATO JUICE 3 Offc cans M9 PORK and BEANS Van Camps, 5 cans USED LUMBER Windows and doors for sale We Pay 14c a dozen in Trade for EGGS Tittle Bros. ^Packing Company, Inc. **- 105 South Federal Ave. Hamburger Fresh Ground BOILING BEEF, lean · · YOUNG TENDER CITY BRIEFS BACON, sliced PACKING HOUSE MARKET 122 So. Federal PHONE 101 Specials for Saturday and Monday LEAN SLICED BACON. 1 Ib. package..7j LEAN PORK SHOULDER ROASTS... lb.9c | Choice Corn Fed Beef · Choice Young Veal JPtfSL Uel"" s a»i.8lcl LEAN CENTER CUTS SMOKED HAM, each IQc Tender Young Beef Round, Sir- ., «, loin Steaks ID. f f Choice Tender Beef Swiss Round Steaks I BABY BEEF ROASTS 4c I LUNCH MEAT, Ib.lOc I Well Trimmed Young PORK CHOPS ib.!0c · | Lean Skinned Smoked | HAMS i, Half o£ Whole II Fresh GROUND BEEF 2c I LEAN BEEF STEW,lb.2c FRESH SAUSAGE.... 2c I LEAN SPARE RIBsTlbTc MASON CITY'S LARGEST DISPLAY OF QUALITY MEATS GLOBE-GAZETTE WANT ADS PAY BABY BEEF ROAST . . . i.4ic BEEF CHUCK ROAST choke ib.7c Steaks . . 3 1 9c The caddy house at the Clear Lake Country club will be open daily, noon until 3 a. m., commencing Saturday, April 7, according to Walter Ames, manager. Suppers, lunches and beverages are to be served there to the general public .- - ' Frank L. Finncgan attended an accountants' meeting, Wednesday and Thursday in Des Moines County Agent Marion E. Olson and Fred W. Stover, chairman of the Cerro Gordo county corn-BOS committee, returned late Friday from Des Moines where they attended a state dairy meeUng. B A. Webster of Mason City was in Waterloo Friday on business. Miss Helens Heiderick, student at the Kahler School of Nursing, Rochester. Minn., will arrive home Saturday to spend a thrc» weclts vacation with her parents. Mr. aivi Mrs. Henry Heiderick. 730 *if- · teenth place northeast. Following her vacation, Miss Heiderick will leave for Chicago to take training In a children's hospital. PORK CHOPS, end cuts . n 8c SPARE RIBS, lean meaty 8c Steaks Round and Sirloin Ib. ilC PORK ROAST, lean fc9c VEAL CHOPS «-7c- LftMB STEW. . . . . . . 'fc 8c Roast JWM M2ic It's perfectly disgusting to be envious oi : those disgustingly perfect things only scads of money can buy. But here's one solace. Everyone can nave the very best of coffee. Did you know that? Hills Bros. Coffee is made of the very finest green coffees obtainable, roasted to perfection by an exclusive process. Yet here's the welcome news about this notable coffee. Its rich flavor is so much more abundant, actually, the cost per cup is no more (in many cases, even less) than "bargain counter" coffees. The taste is so much better; and the economy is better, too, with Hills Bros. Coffee. Order some today 100% GOVERNMENT INSPECTED MEATS; M »ea

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