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March 30, 1936

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

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TWELVE MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, MARCH 30 1936 MILTON H. YOUNG SERVICES HELD Former Lineman for P. G. E. Succumbs at Hospital After Illness. Funeral services for Milton H. Young:, 66, who died at a hospital Friday following an illness, were held Monday afternoon at the McAuley funeral home, with the Rev. David L. Kratz, pastor of the Church of Christ, in charge of services. Burial was at EUnwood cemetery. Mr. Young was born in Washington county, July 4, 1869. For many years he had been employed as a lineman with the People's Gag and Electric company here. Surviving Mr. Young are his wife, Abbie L. Young, three sons, Milo C. Young, West Liberty: Glen W. Young, Mason City; Phillip F. CUT RATE! GROCERY SAVES YOU MONEY We lead in Price, We win with Quality. Young, Chicago, and three daughters, Mrs. Melvin Letts, Chicago; Mrs. Henry Gundling, Cedar Rapids, and Miss Ruth Young, Mason City. A stepfather, William Mason, Cedar Rapids, and two half-brothers, Charles Young, Peru, and Thomas Mason, Cedar Rapids', and one half-sister, Mrs. Lottie Dickenson, Cedar Rapids, and nine grandchildren also survive. Pallbearers were Harry Ditch, L. G. Sykes, B. H. Pixley and John Hewitt. "Sorority Songsters" Billed at Cecil Same Prices at Both Stores 30 EAST STATE PHONES 112-113 512 FIRST ST. S. W. PHONE 114 Prices Below Good for Tues., Wed., Thurs. SUGAR, 10 Ibs. 47c MIRCLE WHIP qts. 35c Oleomargarine, lb. 2Sc Pure Cider Vinegar, gal. . . 29c Raisins, pkg lOc Dried Feas, 2 Ibs 25c Salad Dressing, full pints 19c Salad Dressing, Qt. Jars 38c Mac. or SpagBetti, S Ibs. .. 25c Vanilla, 8 oz. bottle 10c Red Cherries, "s." 39c Sardines, l i b . tall can ... lOc Bridge Coffee, 2 Ibs S5c Honey, jMl cakes 20c 15c Salmon, 2 tall cans ".. 25c Mackerel, lb. can .,. lOc Tnna Fish, can ', 15c Shrimp, per can 15c Bed Salmon, per can lOc Bed Salmon, 1 lb 25c JOo Light Bulbs, S for . . . . 35o TABLE SALT, ^ 15c Asparagus, 3 bunches 35c Fillet of Haddock, lb 19c Marshmallows, lb 15c Toilet Paper, 4, 5, 6, 7 rolls 25c Grape Fruit, 5, 6 7 for 25c Catsup, large bottle lOc Tapioca, minute, 3 Ibs. . . . 25c Tapioca, Pearl, 2 Ibs 25c Pop Corn, lb lOc Fancy Fig Bars, 2 Ibs. . . . 25c NUT MTS, lb. 36c Pitted Dates, package 16c Fancy Mixed Nnts, 2 Ibs. 25c Fancy Green Tea, lb 25c Fancy Black Tea, lb S5c BROOMS, 39c, 49c, 59c FLOUR Jersey Cream, 49 Ibs. . . $1.45 Oma Flour, 49 Ibs 51.69 Tru Blu, 49 Ibs $1.89 Sunbeam Floor, 49 Ibs. . $1.89 Gold Medal, 49 Ibs §2.09 Occident, 49 Ibs $2.29 White Flour, 5 lb. sack . . 28e Whole Wheat, 5 Ibs 28e Graham, 5 lb. sack 28c Whole Wheat, 10 lb. sack . 4»c Corn Meal, 5 lb. sack 19c Crushed Wheat, 5 lb. sack 29c DeGraw's Buckwheat, 5 Ibs. 25c DeOraw's Buckwh't, 10 Ibs. 45c ········a SEAL OF MINNESOTA FLOUR, 49 Ibs. $1.95 Prunes, 2, 3 and 4 Ibs. .. 25c Olives, quarts 25 C Sweet Pickles, quarts . . . . 25c Dill Pickles, quarts 15c Peanut Butter, jar IOC, 15c 25c After Dinner Mints, lg. pkg. lo e Dried Apricots, per lb. .. 19c Crystal White Soap, 5 Bars 18c Egg Noodles, bag is c Egg Noodles, pkg. 8c Lima Beans, 3 Ibs 25c Pineapple, 3 cans 25c I Oranges Sl3c29c35c UTTER-NUT COFFEE Bring Us JTour Coupons, i/ 2 lb. Free; I PER IB. CAM.. 29c 12 LB. CAN. Drip or Regular 30 E. State St. Phone 112-113 512 First St. S. W. Phone 114 Cut Rate Grocery RAID STAGED ON KARPIS HANGUOT Federal Agents Insist-They Failed to Get Persons TrTey Wanted. HOT SPRINGS. l^) -- Federal igents raided a pretentious farm- bouse near the one time stamping ground of the notorious Alvin Karpis Monday on an assignment which they insisted later had failed. "We did not get the people we were after," said one of the 15 bureau of investigation operatives who closed in on the silent home behind a tear gas attack. The agents said they found the structure empty. At the sheriff's office in Hot Springs, however, a man reported he had seen a man and two women removed from the house and rushed away by motor car. Neighbors of the two couples who rented the house a month ago expressed belief the agents were after Karpis. sought in connection witjj the $200,000 ransom kidnap of Edward Bremer, St. Paul banker, two years ago. Karpis eluded pursuit last October after being traced to a resort cabin at Lake Hamilton, a few miles away from the raided farmhouse. Four Arrested for Intoxication; One Disorderly Conduct G. L. Patterson, Clear Lake, was fined $25 and costs Monday by police Judge Morris Laird on a charge of intoxication. Patterson was arrested Saturday evening- at 10:20 o'clock at the intersection of Second street and South Federal avenue. Frank Hilt, Swaledale, Oscar P. Sandell, transient, and Charles G. Igou, transient, were each fined ?10 and costs on charges of intoxication. They were arrested on South Federal avenue Sunday. William B. McCauley, Rockwell, was fined 510 and costs on a charge of disorderly conduct. He was arrested on Second street southwest early Sunday morning. V. J. pat- rick, 609 Madison avenue northwest, forfeited a $10 bond posted when arrested at his home on a charge of intoxication. The three Doyle sisters, starred as the "Sorority Sisters" in Charlie Mack's new "Chatterbox Revue," began their careers as radio entertainers, working- in the NBC studios in Chicago. Harmonizing clever arrangements of popular melodies, these girls, graduates of McMurray college in Illinois, arc one of the bright spots in the revue which is to be the next stage attraction at the Cecil theater here, they sing with-out the aid of an amplifying microphone. Carole Lombard has the featured role in the picture "Love Before jakfast," which plays on the same program with the va Clear Lake Globe-Gazette OFFICE HELEN HENDRiCKS, News Editor. Residence Phone 310-VV PHONE 239 LEE DEWIGGINS, Circulation and Advertising Residence Phone 67 RED GROSS FUND IS INCREASING Rotary Club and Private Gifts Make New High Total of $42.75. CLEAR LAKE--A donation of $10 from the Rotary club members boosted the Red Cross fund for th flood stricken areas of the east a new high here Monday. Privai donations reported over the wee] end added $12 to make the tot; raised for Clear Lake $42.75. Previously reported J20.' Vern Baker 3.0 Mrs. George Peterscn l.C Rotary club 10.0 C. E. Geist 5.0 Mrs. Harvey C. Peterson 1.0 S. Nelson 1.0 Mrs. Clara Mason 1.0 TOTAL ...$12.7 Breakfast, Wednesday and Thursday. vaudeville, IOWA LAW NOT CONSTITUTIONAL O'Connor Rules Against Ac for Joint IL S.-State Land Purchase. Governor Will Not Be Able to Attend Sioux City Meeting DES MOINBS, (IP)--Gov. Clyde L. Herring declined Monday an invitation from the Sioux City chamber of commerce to attend an eight-state conference on farm imports at Sioux City April H. The governor said a pervious engagement will keep him from attending the meeting, but that he will be glad to co-operate and win send a representative to the conference. Fort Dodge Youth Gets 10 Years for Cedar Falls Crimes WATERLOO, (ff -- Bernard J. Caiill, 23, Fort Dodge, was given an indeterminate term up to 10 years in the state penitentiary by District Judge Ralph Hasner Monday when he pleaded guilty to breaking into four Cedar Falls business establishments and stealing $27. Cahill was under bench parole from a 25 year term imposed in Huraboldt in 1931 for robbing a filling stationo. Dr. Townsend Admits Some Workers Have "Dipped Into Funds" -BALTIMORE, UP)--Dr. Francis E. Townsend, whose old age pension movement ia under congressional scrutiny, admitted Monday some of his workers had, of necessity, "dipped into the main funds" of tie organization. · "But there has been no gigantic plan of robbery," the elderly Long Beach, Cal., physician told the Evening Sun. "There have been small peculations by some of our workers. It was inevitable. "Some of these workers were out on commission--that's the only way we could deal with them--and when the commissions sometimes were not enough for them to eat or live on, they dipped into the main funds. "But it was not inherent dishonesty--simply necessity." "The Forgotten Man" to Be Given Wednesday "The Forgotten Man," a royalty one act drama, directed by Mrs. E. E. Hunter, will be presented as part of the Easter program of the Congregational church Wednesday evening at 7:30 o'clock. Music by the Sunday school choir and others will precede the production of the play. DES MOINES, (/P) _ Atty. Gen Edward O'Connor in an opinion Monday ruled that an act of the las legislature authorizing the state conservation commission to co-oper ate with the federal governmen violates a section of the federal constitution providing for tax exemption of federal lands. While the opinion rules out any joint federal-state land purchase program it was pointed out that il does not prohibit the state conservation commission itself from acquiring land or does not affect the $250,000 annual appropriation of the last legislature for the CCC. Advance Initial Purchase. Under the state act the federal government would have advanced the initial purchase for land ac quired by for state-federal parks. It provided that lands so acquired should be subject to the regular tax levy as applied to other real estate. It also provided that the tax provision shall be written into all conveyances of real estate executed in accordance with the chapter's provisions. The opinion said the section requiring payment of taxes applied both to lands purchased for the program and those donated. Refers to Provisions. It said after referring to consti* tutional provisions requiring the tax exemption of federal lands the government "will not and cannot accept the deed to such land conveyed under the mandatory tax provisions of the act." At the same time it stressed that the state 'conservation commission cannot convey land unless this mandatory tax provision is contained in the deed. G. B. MacDonald of Ames, Iowa emergency conservation director, had requested the opinion. Authorities said it will prevent the use of several hundred thousand dollars in federal funds for park purchases in Iowa. Three Summoned to T r a f f i c Court for Violations in City Don Shields, 2504 Washington avenue southwest, forfeited a ?1 bond before Police Judge Morris Laird in traffic court Monday. Shields posted the bopd when summoned to appear in traffic court for double parking. Julius Stephen, 543 Fourteenth street southeast, and Leon Bell, 1020 East State street, were each sentenced to attend traffic school for traffic violations. Stephen parked in a traffic lane and Bell wag charged with, double parking. 0. E. Johnson Takes Over Management of Tittle Meat Market O. E. Johnson, for many years manager of the Buehler Brothers meat market here, has taken over the management of the Tittle Brothers market, 105 South Federal avenue. For the past five years Mr. Johnson has been managing markets in Des Moines and Waterloo. He returned to Mason City recently from Waterloo to take over the manager- ship of the Tittle market. Tittle Brothers market was started here about eight years ago. The store will be operated as the Tittle Brothers store, with Mr. Johneon a« manager. LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE TO BIDDERS. Scaled bids will be received a t the office of the Auditor of Cerro Gordo County, al I£ason CUy, Iowa, until 1:30 o'clock P. M., on April 9, 1936. for the various Items ol construction work Us ted ftcJow. A certified check drawn upon a solvent Iowa Bank to tnr amount of BTp of the amount bid, and made payable to tlie County Auditor shall be riled with ench proposal, which check in case of a bidder receiving in award, may be cashed and the proceeds retained by the County as liquidated damage if he falls to execute a contract containing the provisions required the statutes of Iowa, and file an approved bond for the faithful performance thereof, within ten days after the acceptance of this bid. . certified financial stntainont as of January i. 1936, or later shall be filed with the County Auditor, not later than the 'Jate and hour for receiving bids. Plans, specifications and proposal forms for the work may be seen and may be secured at the office of the County Auditor. All proposals filed must be on the form furnished by the County, scaled and plaln- y marked, Propoaalg containing any reaer- vattona not provided for In the forms furnished may be rejected, and the County Board reserves the right to waive technicalities and to'reject any or all bids. Bidders are advised that preference must be given to Iowa domestic labor, and that 'by virtue of statutory authority, a preference will be given to materials, products, supplies, and other articles produced, marm- facutrtd, made or pi-own within the State of Iowa." (See Chapter 62F1 of the Code of Iowa.) Bidders arc further advised that work is partly financed by the Putrlfc Works Administration and that the donstniction Repu- ations of the Public Works Administration will apply to the execution of all contracts, a copy of which will be found in the Proposal Form and Form of Contract. Bidders are also advised that the mini* mum wage scale for skilled labor and for unskilled labor shall be 75c and 50c per hour rcsoectively and that complete labor classification and wage schedule to apply to this project will be found in the Form of Proposal and Form of Contract. Proposed Work--P. W. A. Project, Docket Ja.-1041, Division 2, Section 4. Gravel surfacing of 23.50 miles of secondary roads. Involving stripping of 10.900 cubic yards of earth from gravel pits, fte- jaring 26.675 cubic yards of gravel and hauling one mile, and 166,300 one-half mile 'ards of haul. Location of work and of gravel deposits furnished by the County will be indicated on a map attached to the Form of Proposal. BOARD OP SUPERVISORS CERRO GORDO COUNTY By--Arthur Harris, county Auditor. March 21. 1936. NOTICE TO lilDDLR.S Birthday Party Held for Betty Patterson CLEAR LAKE -- Miss Doroth Patterson entertained a group c girls at her home Saturday aftc. noon in honor of her sister. Bett Jean Patterson's fourteenth birth day. The affair was carried out a surprise from 2 to 5 o'clock i the afternoon. Games were playe and the nonoree received a uumbe of gifts. A two course luncheon wa served with the Easter decoration Guests were friends of Miss Pal terson since they started togethe at kindergarten: Kathryn Kenned} Wanda Carr, Kathryn Hughe Rhoda Mallory, Marguerite Butt Anna Miller, Madeline Kudej, Ber dean Beckner, Maxine Axelson, Ber nice Farron and Betty Peterson. MRS. WIND HOSTESS TO O. D. O. CLUB 0. D. O. club members will b guests of Mrs. Jens Wind at 2:1 o'clock Wednesday afternoon. Mrs T. L. Sears and Mrs. Henry Jacob son will be in charge of the cuter tainment during the afternoon. Clear Lake Briefs Sealed bids will he received at the office f the Auditor of Ccrro Gordo County, Mason city. Iowa, until 1:30 o'clock P. SI., April 9, 1938, for the various Items of contraction work listed below.. A. certified check drawn upon a solvent owa bank to ihe amount or -,·;, of the mount bid, and made payable to the County Auditor shall be Illed with each proposal, which check In case of bidder cceiving an award, may be cashed and the irocesds retained by the County as llquid- .ted damage if he fails to execute a contract ontaining the provisions required by the tatutes of lows., and ffJe an approved bond or the faithful performance thereof, wltrtln en days after the acceptance of his bid. A certified financial statement as of anuary 1st, 1936, or later shall be tiled ·Ith the County Auditor, not later than Uie ate and hour for receiving bids. Plans, specifications and proposal forms or "the work may be seen and may be se- ured at the offfce of the County Auditor. All proposals filed must be on the form urnished by the County, sealed and plainly larked. Proposals containing any reserva- ons not provided for In the forms fur- ishcd may be rejected, and the County oard reserve! the right to waive tecnni- alities and to reject any or all bids. Bidders are advised that preference must c slvcn to Iowa domestic labor, and mat by virtue of statutory authority. a pi-eler- ice will be civen to materials, woducts. ipplies. and other articles produced, m n n u - racturcd. made or crown within the State of Iowa." (Sec Chapter 52BJ of the Code of Iowa.) Bidders arc further advised that work Is partly financed by the Public Works Administration ant! that the Construction Kcgu- latlons of the Public Works Administration will apply to the execution of all contracts, a copy of which will be found In the Proposal Form and Form of contract. Bidders are also advised that the minimum wasc scale for skilled labor and for unskilled labor shall be 75c »nd 50c per hour respectively and that complete labor classification and wage schedule to apply to this project will bs found in tfce form ot Proposal and. Form Of Contract Proposed Work: P. W. A. Project, Docket la.-1041, Division 1, Sections 2 and 3. Grading 41.1 miles of secondary roads. Involving 74,721 cubic yards, Class 2 and 300.608 cubic yards, Class 2a excavation; 3.940 lineal feet of corrugated metal crossroad culvert pipe In place and 4,968 lineal feet of., concrete entrance culvert pipe in Jilaee. Location of work will be indicated on a map attached to the "Proposal Form." BOARD OP SUPERVISORS CERr.O OORDO COUNTY K y -- A r t h u r Harris, County Auditor. March 21, IMS. For rent: 3 rm. apt. Ph. 301W Due to Illness and a number o community activities the regula meeting of troop No. 30 of the Bo} Scouts will be postponed until nex week, 'according to Roy Hoit, Scout master, and Stanley Smith, scou iornmitteeman. New $5.95 silk dresses, printpi silks, plain colors and navy shper suits. Nichols Shop. Miss Charlotte Ames returned t her school work at Minneapolis Sun day after spending her spring vaca :ion with her parents. Mr. and Mrs W. A. Ames. She accompanies Yvonne Stoddard, Mason City, bad ;o the cities. Special promotion ot $5.95 silk dresses this week. Nichols Shop. Earl Amel, Alden, Minn., was week-end guest at the home of Mr and Mrs. C. A. Comstock, South street. Lynette Comstock, studen at Minnesota university, Minneapo Us, accompanied him back to Min neapolis Sunday evening. Bradley knitted dresses, all new colors. Nichols Shop. Mrs. w. A. Drew and son, Bud and Mrs. Franklin Miller, Emmets burg, were callers Saturday upon "Ilear Lake friends. The Drews plan :o move back to their home here on South Second street April 15. Julia Ann Hofer, 12 year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. w. C Jofer, 300 Clara street, is quaran tined to her home with scarlet fever Mr. anil Mrs. T. L. Sears, Clara street, returned Sunday night from Green Bay, Wis., where they Spen several days attending the funera of Mrs. Sears' grandmother, Mrs Fred Prahl. Miss Eloise Saudry, student al Grinnell college, Grinnell, is spending several days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Sandry. Ralph Dodd, son of Mr. and Mrs Guy Dodd, is quarantined at his home with scarlet fever. Mrs, and Mrs. C. P. McVicUer, South Third street, spent Saturday at Clarion with friends. C. A. Luick and son. Lee, spent Sunday at Belmond with relatives. Mr.'and Mrs. H. E. Freeman. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Phillips and Dr. N. W. Phillips were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Masoner, Hanlontown. Miss Lois Smith, teacher at Belmond, spent Saturday at Des Moines. She is spending her spring vacation with her parents in Clear Lake, Mr. and Mia. John Smith. Jefferson street. The Misses Mary Kroll iiml ,\ U - droy Anderson have taken rooms the Rogers hotel for the rest of the school year. LAKE THEATRE LAST TIME MONDAY Fred Astaire - Ginger Rogers "FOLLOW THE FLEET" Tuesday Only "IF YOU COULD ONLY COOR' PARK THEATER Tonight "COLLEGIATE" A Paramount Picture « i t h Joe Pcnner and .Jack Oakip "c«s. Vltiiphanr Vaudeville, Si'rnppy Cartoon. lOc nnl Uic Clear Lake Calendar Tuesday--Tina Kebekah lodge practice at I. O. O. F. nail, 7:30. --Zion circle at Mrs. Karl Bohlen home, 2, Mrs. George Lunn, hostess. Wednesday -- Lions club at Legion clubrooms, 12:15. --Dance at Surf ballroom, Herbie Kay playing. --Club dance at North Shore Country club, Bobby Griggs playing. --Public supper at M. E. church, served by circle 6. Thursday--Roya] club at Mrs. Roy French home. East Division street. --Busy Bee club at Mrs. Fred Linahon county home. 2. --Father and son banquet at Congregational church. --Rotary club at 1 O. 0. F. ha!!, luncheon at 12:10. --Sorosis club at Mrs. Will Rich home, North Third street. --Rotary club at I. 0. O. F. hall. SOCIAL CLUB GUEST OF NEVA McGOWAN Miss Neva McGowan entertained members of her club Friday night. The evening was spent socially and refreshments were served. Guests were Marlys Knutson, Charlotte Ames. Maude Estelle Verbeckrnoes, Harriet Sheridan, Dorothy Patterson of Clear Lake, Mrs. Harry Cash of Fertile, Mrs. Don Decker and Mrs. Leslie Adams, Mason City. CIRCLE 6 TO SERVE METHODIST SUPPEK Circle 6 of the Methodist church headed by Mrs. Arthur Johnson will serve the public supper at the church Wednesday night. A general Ladies' aid meeting with program will be held at 2:30. P. E. O. MEETING TO TAKE PLACE APRIL 7 Mrs. L. E. Ashland will be hostess to P. B. 0. members Tuesday, April 7, at her home, North Fourth street. Amateurs in Limelight at C Club Party Upperclassmen of G. A. A. Are Guests at Affair in Gym. CLEAR LAKE--The boys' "C" club of the high school entertained the junior and senior girls of the G. A. A. at a party Saturday night at the high school gym. A program of entertainment arranged by Julius- Fredericksen, Howard Ross and Arnold Griffith was presented. An amateur program with Fredericksen as radio announcer was presented, and dancing was enjoyed. Jim Lane, Walter Wood and Harris Ostrander, the Lemon brothers trio, presented a vocal rendition of "Dinah." Ellsworth Myhr presented several readings of dramatic nature and LaVerne Lewis gave a solo. The program was concluded with an elegy to Coach Chris Johnston, a take-off on the funeral sermon made by Mark Anthony to Caesar in Shakespeare's "Julius Caesar." A lunch prepared by the committee, Harris Ostrander, Ellsworth Myhr, Roger Comstock and John Rutan was served. The guests were seated at small tables in the balcony of the gym which was decorated in the school colors. The decoration committee included Jim Lane, Dale Harmon, Julius Fredricksen, Arnold Griffth and Howard Ross. "What has become of the merchant who used to give the customer a cigar when he paid his account in full?" asks a country editor. The question should be, what has become of the customer who used to pay his account in full?--Paducah (Ky.) Sun-Democrat. Milwaukee Records First Death From Intestinal Malady MILWAUKEE. (.-I')--The first death attributed directly to the intestinal and stomach malady which . thousands of Milwaukceans are suffering was recorded at the coroner's office Monday. Edward Heckel, 41, was taken ill Sunday night and died shortly after ' a physician arrived. The doctor said' death was due to intestinal influ-^ enza. Charles M. Schwab's Mother Dies at 93 LORETTO. Pa., /H--Mrs. Pauline Farabaugh Schwab, mother of Charles M. 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