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March 11, 1931

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 4

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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE SPANISH PARTY CLAIMS RIGHTS New Catalanist Group Plans Complete Separation of Schools. PAJRIS,"" March , 11. UP--Dispatches 'from' Barcelona, Spain, today said the new republican Catal- anist party, there bad published a declaration expressing Catalonia's aspiration to full autonomy and consecration to the principle of self-determination. ' . · ' : The declaration proclaims complete separation from civil and ecclesistical . powers so far as schools are concerned, the right to use the :Catalonian language, a guarantee of protection for private property honestly 'acquired, the right of workmen to sufficient pay and insurance against Illness, Ola age and unemployment. "The new- party," the proclamation :, reads,, "erects a republic of democracy and Catalanism in their general 'principles. On the twenty- second of March we'will accomplish various public acts to Inaugurate our activities." · "·, . Old Sldowheeler Laid Up. GAT1.TPOLJS, Ohio, March 10. (TJP)--The famous old side-wheeler, Tom Green, monarch of the Ohio river, which every year holds the nation's atention for a few hours during the annual race with the Betsy Ann, rival boat, is laid up in dry dock here. ·' Headlight Is .Predicted. .SAN FRANCISCO, March, 11_ (UP)---Some day the captain may turn to the'first mate and ask: "Hear that headlight?" Sounds funny, but John'Ci Rohlfs, marine expert, declares that a.new type of headlight -with a modified radio beam, combining light and sound, will soon make navigating in fog safe. . ' Snow .Fools Chickens. , UNION, S. Car.,'March 11. (UP) ---Chickens in yards here awakened the populace at night, instead of in the morning. The chickens, thinking it was early day when they saw the ground covered with snow, cackled and crowed at 10 p. m. arousing aleepers thruout the city. Cases Settled at Allfson. ALLISON, March. 11.--The case of Santee vs. Lieuwen was settled y the payment of $50 and costs by the. defendant The case of Stober ·vs: Naegel was settled. v Wins Llmo Springs Contest. CRESCO, March- 11.--Howard Center township Farm Bureau "was ·winner in the drama contest-with Paris township held at Lime Springs The title of the -winners' ^play -was "The "Variant" and tEe characters were Henry H Robiu- son;' W.:c. Shea, Ed Bunge, Fidelia Licktieg arid Frank Souhrada. Mrs. H. H. Robinson was director. Proposal Will Be Heard. ST. PAUL, March 11, lit)--A determined effort of upper St. Ixmia county .legislators to divide thu county into two units with the rich . Mesabt range in one and Duluth in the "other will be hrot to a head Thursday night at a public.hearing on the proposal. · All His Bones Broken. LONDON, March 11. (UP)-Herbert Lionel Oliver, 23, Ro'mfprd, Essex, has had nearly every bone in his body broken-at one time or another, it ,was revealed at'the inquest -following his death from a fractured skull. He was unable to walk until more than 10 years of age' due to twisted hips. It was stated that he was very brittle- boned. - . · AIMEE'S NEW SON "Here is William Bradley Smyth, .purser of the -liner President Wilson, who captured the heart? ot;-Roberto Semple ' McPherson, 19-year-old daughter of · Almee Semple McPherson. Dispatches from Singapore say the couple- fell In love and were marrlea after Smyth had been assigned to provide every 1 comfort lor' the evangelist ana her daughter during their ocean trip. Earl Conner Rites ; Are Held at Home OSAGE, 'March U.---Bari Conner died Monday^ morning at the farm home of-his mother and his brother, Bernard, near Rudd. The funeral service was held at the home Wednesday. .. Wedding ^Anniversary Celebrated. ROCK FALLS, March 11,--Marvin Peterson, Miss Lillian Schwartz' and Miss Madeline Edgar autoed .to Kiester, Minn., to visit Mr. Peterson's parents, Mr, and Mrs. A. J. Peterson, -who celebrated their thirtieth wedding anniversary. Student Edits Magazine. BOSTON, March 11. (UP)--A 15 year old high school student, Paul Sutledge of Brookline, has been seeded to edti "Our Hubby," .monthly publication of the Children's Museum of Boston. The magazine, one of the first of its kind to be pub- ished in this country, is prepared for distribution by high.-school pupils. * , Stock Dividend Reduced NEW YORK, March il.UB--The New York.Central railroad Jtoday reduced its'quarterly dividend on the common stock to $1.50 from $2. · Comes From Chicago. IONIA--Marion Miller, Chicago, was here from Saturday until Monday visiting his' sister, Mrs. Anna Cagley, and his brother, R. ff. Miller, and other relatives. Marion is a conductor on the passenger train of the Great Western from.Chicago to Oelweln. . ,.."./. Go to Manchester. GOLDFIELD--Mr. and Mrs. John S. Whyte left;Tuesday for a visit at the W. A. Ottilie home at Manchester. Surprised on Birthday. ALEXANDER--Jessie Latham was'given a surprise in honor of his birthday. Several relatives '· anU friends were present. LOANS to v World War Veterans irtre are now prepared to make Loans to Veterans of the World War on their Adjusted Compensation Certificates. Loans will be made promptly to Veterans upon proper identification at the rate of 41/2 per cent as provided in the Emergency Adjusted -Compensation Act of 1931. No Commission Charge MARCH 11 1931 HERE and THERE FIRST NATIONAL BANK of MASON CITY. Joiva Bank, for Savlngt Affiliated With .Northwest Eancorporation , Circle Is Entertained. ' NORA SPRINGS-^The 'Calendar circle of the Methodist church is- being 'entertained .today by Mrs. W. BY Miner, Mrs. Guy Morton, Mrs. Lou Ostrem, Mrs. J. W. Wyatt; Mrs. Neil Dobson and Mrs. Seward Hartong. . . ' ' I ; . ill at Grundy Center. MITCHELL-HJ. W. Mason went to Grundy Center Sunday to see his mother who has been seriously ill. Mrs; Mason remained to help care for her but Mr. Mason returned. .' ' Is From Long- Beach ORCHARD--Mrs. Frdncis McFarland from Long Beach, Gal., vis- ited'Mr. and Mrs. P.'G. Behrns and her sister 'and husband, Mr. and Mrs. George Rankin, of Floyd. Go to South Dakota. SHEFFIELD--Mr. and Mrs. Albert Johnson were called to Avon; S. Dak., by the!serious illness of Mr. Johnson's mother. Club Is Entertained. CLARION--Mrs. Hugo Rohrbach was. hostess to 20 members and 23 special guests "of the Monday club Monday afternoon. Enters Teachers' College. IONIA--Miss Mary Kegley went to^ Cedar Falls Sunday .to enter the Iowa State Teachers' college where she will attend .for . the next 12 weeks. Her mother, Mrs. Alya Kegley, and Mr. and Mrs. Floyd'Frazee took her to Cedar Falls. Birthday Is Celebrated. ALEXANDER--Mrs. Jelto Pals was surprised Friday evening on her birthday. Her children were all present to help her celebrate. Go to La Crosse. CALMAR-UMr, and Mrs. Jake Beovar and children went to La Crosse, Wis., Sunday to visit with relatives. Mrs. Colcman to Lead. · NORA SPRINGS--The regular monthly meeting of the W. C. T..U will be held Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Sarah CoJe. The lesson .-will be given by Mrs. George Coleman on the Wickersham investigation. . . , ; Resumes School Work, --. ORCHARD--Miss' Berdini Fink came from Cedar Falls Saturday and' on'Monday her parents, Mr. and,JMrs. Charles Fink, took her back to resume her school work. ' Daughter Is Born, NORA SPRINGS--Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Hartwig are the parents of a daughter born today. The baby weighs eight pounds. Has Major Operation. SHEFFIELD--W. H. Hathaway submitted to a major operation at the Mayo hospital at Rochester, Minn., and is Improving. i Will Entertain Society. ALEXANDER--The .women of the missionary circle will be entertained at the home of Mrs. George Dunn Thursday afternoon lira. H A Peters is^the program leader. Is From Minneapolis. IONIA--Miss Alma Cagley, who teaches in the Minneapolis schools, spent the week-end with her mother, Mrs. Anna Cagley, and other' relatives. ' ' Comes From" Wisconsin. LATIMER--Miss Stool of Madison, Wis., has been a guest the past few days in the F. A. FauHus home. Daughter Is' Born. ALEXANDER--Mr. and Mrs. Henry Staffers are parents of a girl. Harmony Club Meets. . NORA SPRlNGS^-Mrs. Clarence Boeck entertained the Harmony club. Mrs. Luella Moodyr Mrs. Clarence Stoner and Mrs. A. T. Moore gave the lesson. Are Parents of Son. FLOYD--Mr. and Mrs. Earl Roberts are the parents of a son born Sunday. i W. O. T. U. to Meet. ORCHARD--The W. C. T. U. will meet Thursday afternoon at the. home of Mrs. F. Z. Hale. Is From Pennsylvania. ' SHEFFIELD--Paul Shaffer, Sunbury, Pa_, spent several days herts vith George Van Nest enroute to 'JDS Angeles. i Birthday Is Celebrated. CLARION--Miss Evelyn Rledel 1 ·nd Miss Mary Ann Ripley, high ··hool teachers; entertained the ; £h school faculty Tuesday after- i 'ion in honor of Miss Riedel's birth- 'ay. .. . . - · -. Will Entertain Society. LATIMER--Mrs. J. H. Tobias /ill be hostess to the Latimer Park ociety Thursday. Takes Nurses' Training. ALEXANDER--Mr. and Mrs. rohn Hill took their daughter, Mlas Sonetta Barker, to Minneapolis where she will take nurses' training- Go to Austin. CALMAR--Mr. · and Mrs. Peter Graff left Tuesday for Austin, Minn., for a few days visit with datives. Goes to Michigan. NORA SPRINGS--Mrs. Lottie rumb accompanied some friends 1 ,a trip to Colome, Mich., .where 'ie win visit her old hoine for a '.onth.' They encountered deep nows and were delayed on the mto trip. Taken-to Hospital. MANLY--Gladys Dobel, daugh: -er of Mr. and Mrs. August Dobel, east of Manly, was taken to Park hospital, Mason City, Tuesday. She had been in bed for almost two we^ks. 'Card Party Sponsored. ORCHARD--The American Lerion and auxiliary are sponsoring a Benefit card party in the Legion ·ooms Friday night. Visit at Eagle Grove. EAGLE GROVE--Mr. and Mrs. filing Weeks of Milwaukee visited ,'trs. Weeks' mother, Mrs. Mary Taukols. Comes From Wisconsin. MITCHELL--Mrs. Nellie Stokes, vho spent the winter with her son, lacar Stokes, Kaukauna, Wis., Is visiting her daughter. Mrs. L. W. Williams, at .Osage and other relatives. TABLE MIRROR $1.00 1 VALUE DEMONSTRATION TOILET PAPER Setting a Hew Standard of Thrift f/vm Coast to Coast Plate Glass table mirrors on base, finished in green, ivory, white and mahogany. 4 Rolls 19 ONLY THREE DAYS LEFT TO TAKE ADVANTAGE OF OUR SPRING VALUE DEMONSTRATION PRICES. "Premium" Toilet Tissue. 1000 sheets to roll. This quality usually sells at lOc a roll. A $ 39 5 -° Range $ 29 CASH. 50 Also Sold on Easy Terms, With Small Carrying Charge Now they are ready--these beautiful Hi-Grade Gas Ranges full porcelain enameled in ivory and green, with 4-top burners, utility, ' drawer, and roomy oven and broiler. Would be $39,50 at other stores. ELECTRIC TOASTER Flip-flop type, chromium plated, mica element toaster. Cord and plug fl».o " included ... p . . . . . . . V«Ji ELECTRIC IRON $0.75 WATER BOTTLE and FOUNTAIN SYRINGE A very, special price has been made on this combination Hot Water Bottle and "Fountain Syringe. Choice of Red, Green or Orchid 2 It's Wickless! $Ovt.85 24 4-BURNER RANGE SIMILAR TO RANGE SHOWN IN PICTURE. Perfect cooking heat with inexpensive kerosene (coal o i l ) -- a n y w h e r e in any home! from -this enamel- and-japan finished range with concealed tank, 6 heat openings and a big oven. The Spring'Value Event offers you a chromium plated, six- pound iron, with cord and plug, at this value demonstration price. ' CAST ALUMINUM SKILLET Extra heavy weight, "Battleship" Cast Aluminum Skillet. This -will last you a life time. This is the lO^-inch size...'. ALUMINUM COOKER An aluminum cooker that cooks meats and vegetables in their own juices. 4 quart capacity $1.25 Hamper 79c A generously n i g holder for the laundry, chain-woven of double - t h i c k n e s s ·Ymapie ' strips: -; 27~ inches high. ALARM CLOCK $1.00 "Queen" Pedestal Alarm clocks. Concealed bell. Come in nickel, rose, blue and green. BATH MAT $1.00 J. Sponge rubber bath mat, 18x30. Green and white mottled. Both for 49c The big triangular mop that gets in every corner. Widi Vi pint of floor oil. EGG CARTONS COPPER BOILER $2-98 Solid copper wash boiler. 11 oz. copper. % gallon capacity. Autogas Does All a City Gas Range Will Do YOU SAVE $40 TO $50 DOWN $5.00 Monthly Small Curry- Ing Charge CASH Grasp this opportunity! The famous Autogas, a modern gas range making its own gas from common gasoline--yours at this low price! See the Autogas! Does everything a city gas range will do, and does it quickly, efficiently, without the slightest dirt, smoke or odor! No priming--no waiting! Simple,' practical, dependable. Two-tone Porcelain enamel finish. DRIP COFFEE MAKER Coffee tastes the best when made the "Drip Way." Here is a 9 cup capacity coffee maker of aluminum at a low price. A new, clean, lightweight, 27-in. maple basket for wet or dry clothes. Have a new one--poalcefc. the-.saving! ' · "' TIRE PUMP "Efasy" Tire p u m p , copper plated. New special hose connection CANNISTER SET TROUBLE LIGHT $1.00 A magnetic trouble light will stick any place on the body or chassis of your car. Long cord included. Five-piece, green enameled, canniater set Including cannistera for t e a , coffee, sugar, flour and bread box. POCKET WATCH Bundle of 125 Pasteboard egg cartons, 1 dozen capacity. 125 cartons at this low price. LUNCH CLOTH " Imported Linen Lunch Cloths, 54x54. Colored borders CO- Hemmed Oi/C GOLF BAG All 3 for 79c Two big, soft floor mops and a pint of renewing oil. Save 5Oc on the set. SEAT COVERS Plain face pocket watch. A good timekeeper and very inexpensive. "Kook-Kwick" \ $£.98 7-QtTABT SIZE This Pressure Cooker is one of the biggest time savers a. ·woman can own-cooks meats, vegetables in their own juices in one- third the usual time, retaining Jill the d e l i c i o u s flavors. It will be many a day before you can buy it again for such a low price. Tweed cloth golf bag, fibre bottom cuff reinforced with metal bottom. Zipper ball pocket. Coupe Size Dress up your car with new seat covers. Material is very good grade and the patterns attractive. . What a Bath He Took! "Talcing a bath" is a trade expression that means reducing prices. And how the manufacturer did reduce these 22x24- inch Turkish towels! Radio LESS TUBES WITH TUBES $57.50. Sears bought thousands of 5-ply walnut cabinets at less than half price! So here is a triple screen-grid Silver- tone with tone control and 12-inch dynamic speaker, at the lowest price ever. Terms, small carrying charge. Tires Mounted Free Batteries Installed 12-14 First St, N. W. Mason City, Iowa. SEARS; ROEBUCK AND WE GUARANTEE SATISFACTION OR YOUR. MONEY BACK STOIIE HOURS Daily . . '. . . 8 to C:30 Saturday . . 9 to I:30 Telephone CGI.

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