The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on March 12, 1931 · Page 18
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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 18

Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, March 12, 1931
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* AJL*^ * ' \ X T * * · ' , m ^hicago;Newspaper Poprtbl-tha 're«tiohtime'^ f*ter tfian th*t ol L' Cl^y^ because, of ae excellent training in agility and ~: llnatlon every Chloagoan rein getting across the , street ·aid, ajf article on the editor- fateful.Cpras'GQ in.3 Seconds or Money Bade Harmless Iodine Mixture Works _ Great \ Painful corns go in 3 seconds-- perfept foot comfort at once. This is the money-back guarantee on ·which IOD-ISE, "The iodine corn remover" is splcL Simple to use. Just ,"wet ypur'corn with IOD-ISE; pain I and soreness stop at once. Corns or . callouses dry up and soon you them right out, root and all. No cutting necessary. It doesn't hurt a bit, any one can do it Folloy simple direetiohs. IOD-ISE is harmless-can't make the foot sore. It is safe, antiseptic. Sold on money-back guarantee. Get a 35c bottle at-We^d Pharmacy, Casey Drug Co, or any other good drug store and in 3 seconds you will forget painful corns ' \ ' kIi: *r**'V» ii*A -' 4., ~R£acboh Tifoe" Here ' ^ - ial page of the Chicago Tribune in commenting upon 'a, speech given by* Sheriff G. B.' Cress before , a ·safety conference meeting:-at th Steyehs hotel last,week.'i* ·"The^danger zone is the spac urimpdlatelyj ahead of a moving ob ject;" Sheriff Cress said' "Its Umi (s the distaac^ within^ which th object -can' lib brot to,_a"standstill, "The reaction time'Is the ttme i takes*a person to .realize what i ha^enjcg-'and. to'sUrt to do some thing about it,'{ J , V y v ", ' ' "He concluded, therefore, tha the fast walking- man-would fal intq a manhole should the cover suddenly be removed in front o htm, because,, the 'reaction time 'would be~too brief toTenable him to change his direction OP stop," the newspaper article went on to comment * ''Probably th£ sheriff Is right Still most.Chicagpans walk rather fast, when" they walk at all, and If you canvass your friends the chances are you will' iearn that very, few. 'of them Vfall inter me loles." ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^HSBIBHBBi^^*"TM"*^TM^***TM Globe^Gazetite^^ i S2°^ ;: ^/o^ffi. 0 ^^^ fa. ZS» . - f tifaiiemee, Ph£i« BT , , HELEN HENDB1CKS f News Editor ' * ' Beiidenee Phone 3401? * r · ^^ * ^^ STB', '-. , ' ' LEE DEWKJGtNS , v .-' 2 , , . CtrouUtion and Advertlsinr * '-i ^ ^ ' /" B*«lfe»ee Phone 61 T)vo Pike Weigh 35 Pounds. BIRMINGHAM, Eng , March 12, UP)--Despite fog and frost angling iperationsjin' Midland waters: have gelded considerable sport since the "irst of the year An angler has ·aptured a brace of pike weighing 23 pounds and 12 pounds PICKEREL TO MAKE LITTLE BODIES - STRONG , , , ' t TO KEEP STRONG ' ' B ^ O D I E S r W E L L - ' You want your baby to* have the best i things in life . . / . t o attpirt them he needs a healthy body and an active l mind. ' Milk is nature's most necessaiy, nour- \ . ishing food. Feed your child our milk sweet. .. pure . . clean . . . fiesh each day from the Schermerhorn Farms RAW OR PASTEURIZED MILK PHONE 988 VISITORS ALWAYS WELCOME ,\AfARCH 12 M| 1931 i LAKE COTTAGES : ARE IN DEMAND G. K. Palmer-to Move Intc .South'Shdre Cottage on Sunday. , CLEAjl LAKB r March 12.--Th' iigh temperatures 'are causing per sons to give thot to a summer horn at Clear Lake. Within the last *ew days 'a, number of season 'rental iave been made ' Mr. and Mrs, Ben 2al^ Mason City, have rented th Johnston cottage, Ashbury avenue on the camp ground, They plan to move in soon. Mr.\and Mrs. G Kenneth Palmer, Mason City, haye ·ented the Sunny k Crest cottage ii he'Lake View addition, south shore They plan to take possession " day. i Rex Ryan, Ma?on City furniture Jealer, has rented the Bailey, cot age,j Fletcher l avenue, x on' th! camp ground. The West Divisiofl frooery -will open this week undei Jie management of K.iC. Boidijott Mrs. f C. P^Cnristensen plans tc. open the'Camp ground grocery the ast week In March. ' / · 3roth§rof Mrs.'E. _ F 'V*itL TV ·' * if · v!" ·* liobb Dies in Kansas CLEAR LAKE, ^ March 12 --Mrs 3 T. Cobb, received word of £he eath of»her brother, Ira Barniim who died^Wednesday night at the lome of his son, 0 Roy Barnum, Ft Scott,,Xans Mr Barnum was quite well known m Clear Lake He spen! much of 'his time with his daughter Mrs v Charles tenz, and with Mrs ^obb. He was about 76 yfeara old Funeral services wiU be held Sn Ft 'cott, Kans Nlne-from Clear Lake Ian to attend. ^eiitea Teachers Are, Guests at Smith Home CLEAR LAKE,'March 12 The fosses' Janet Almqulst and Lois Imith were hostesses to a group at ie Jphn Smith home Wednesday igrht.^ ·; Out-of-town gussts were Lilian. Nemetz. Frances Livermore. Frances Hazlett, Charlotte Skene and Lela Tnman,' Ventura Mary Ken Braheny received, the prize for igh score ' Fkrm Bureau to Meet CLEAR LAKE, March 12 --Community Farm Bureau will meet Fri- Jay nigh^ at the Grant Nd 7 schoolhouse A Negro minstrel show will ollow the" business meeting A unch will be served in the basement .t the close of the evening. / Initiate Members CLEAR LAKE, March 12--Tina ^ebekali lodge 105 held its regular neeting., ^Tuesday evening at which ime five new members were taken n A lunch, followed, served by Mrs V. H Dickirson's and Mrs. O P. Hawver/s committee. Fire Department Called CLEAR LAKE, March 12--The ire department was called to Main treet Wednesday afternoon to ex- jnguish a fire in the motor of a Villya-Knight sedan owned by L Trees, Clear Lake 'No damage re- ulted l A WAY TO CHECK ATTACKS OF FITS Reports are received of an amazing, treatment that epileptics state lias proved successful in checking their attacks R Lepso, Apt. 03 123 E Wright, Milwaukee, · Wise las been ' supplying sufferers witl ihis treatment. He now. wishes .to reach all, those who have not been ielpedfand .to do. so is making'the startling offer of a\ generous treatment? free: to all sufferers. 1 -Anyone afflicted should write for free treatment at once, giving age--Adv. Tfeats" PHONE "Fancy Foods" PHONE 834 BUTTER Fresh Dairy, Ib Fresh Creamery, Ib. .27c .29c Can Grapefruit, 2 for ._. . ,, 35e Milk, large size, 3 for --: v .:l: 25c Johnson's Wax, each ........:......_.. L...56c Walnut Meats, Ib. :.1_:._L.; . 79c Criscoj fcourid .,:-...._.£. -..i.. -..,,..! 20c Peanut Butier, pound jar Mar^hmallows, pound Tomatoes, large ,"....."". ...,, 25c Pears, Peaches, Ige. can Sani-PIush; can ....-..._..,,_ _15c ..19c 18 pounds SUGAR fior $1.OO Home Made Pastry ' PIES, CAKES, ROLLS TRY OUR HOME MADE BREAD Home Made Thousand Island and , 'Mayonnaise. Try It., \ Fancy Beef -- Lamb Deckers Sliced Bacon, Ib. 33c Veal'or Lamb Stew, Ib .,,..,,.....10c Ibwana Lard, 2 Iba, ..,,. .. .. .25c . Fresh Dressed Chickens COFFEE Ferndell -- Hills Maxwell House; '-- -rFoIgers-- Butternut, Ib. 39c Newspaper flead IsJ: Lions Club Speake CIJ5AH LAKET* March, 12.-- Le P. Loomls, businwa manager /of th Mason City Globe-Gazette, was th chief speaker 'at, the dinner. meel ing of the Wons club Wednesday's the Soda v Grill. Jdeals and the reality of such was touched in relatio with service clubs. , A. R. Calvin, traveling auditor o the Mllwaukee/rallroad, w^as 'a gues of A N, Anderson and Albert Olson Rock Rapids, ,waa a visltbr.' of V R. R Rogers, F. E. Sheehy was chalrma of the program committee. ' , The next session -will be held a 8-30 o'clock at which^-tlme* th Oaage club will v be guests. NOTYETPLANNED Mrs. L L. Dr'uley Dies a Mason City Hpspital; 111 Over Week. CLEAR liAKE, March 12 X Mrs -i, L Druley, North street, died a a Mason Cit/hospttal Thursday aft ernoo;n She had been ill for the jj^s week and,a half and had been in a coma since Sunday She is survivec by her husband and v four children John, resile, Jane and'lfiice An other i son, Wllliain, died Feb 23 The body was returned to the Ward funeral home. Funeral arrangements have not yet been made. 'Clear Lake Briefs For Sale--Uoya baby buggy. Ph !96 J.. Mrs. Arthur ^Peterson is confined to her home on'Carieton street, because of influenza. Spring costumes need corsets Just received, new 1931 line of Henderson corsets. The Family Store. Chester Ross left Thursday for Cincinnati, Ohio, where he will spend the week-end transacting nisiheas, , ' , Ladies' Silk and Rayon underwear, 1 pajamas, stepins, combination 3anties,".dance: sets, · small, medium and large gizes, The Family Store Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Ward and lamily have purchased a farm iree miles east of Clear Lake on ie Hew pavement. The farm was owned' byjA. W. Stubbs, superin- :endent of' the Odd'-FeHowa home 1 , Mason City. 1 Mrl and Mrs. Ward formerly lived a short ,. distance south of the outlet » Received, a new shipment of _laster frocks -- newest 'prints, florals and plaids, in all the new pring shades ?10 to $15 The Family Store. Mrs. Ernest Dunn, San Antonio, Texas, arrived Wednesday to spend several weeks · with relatives; She vill visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs r. M Lee, 'and at the home of her brother, Forde Lee, Marion Park drive Mrs. Dunn was formerly Naomi Lee of this city. She travels with" her husband who is a con- :ractor for the pipeline company for natural gas, ' Miss Ruth Anderson has accepted i an office position with the natural gas pipeline company, which icadquartera^ at the Peoples Qas and Electric 'company. Mason City She has recently completed, a course at ,Gr.egg Commercial college, Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. George Clark and family arrived Thursday morning from'Fargo,-N. Dak., -to make their home at Clear Lake They have purchased the B. c..Laymon farm northwest: of Clear Lake. Do Your Bit club met Wednesday at the home of Mrs James Miller for an.' all day meeting. A picnic dinner was served at noon. v Mrs. L. A. Vance, Rogers hotel, left for Des Molnes where she will visit several days with her daughter, Mrs. Martin Roe.'She will'.also visit her son," George Vance, who is U, at Maquoketa , Russia Will Retaliate Against Embargo Laws MOSCOW, March 12. UP--Resolu: 1 o n s recommending retaliatory measures against the nations^whlch, ike the United States, have imposed embargoes on Russian imports were approved today by the sixth all- union-soviet congress. One such resolution "instructs the government ,to take measures restricting imports;froin countries de- mrrlng our exports." Dawson, Iowa, Backed for Federal Reserve WASHINGTON, March 12. UP)--. lepresentative -French, republican, 'daho, 'recommended to^-Preaident Hoover today that former Representative Albert' F. JDawson, Iowa, e appointed to the federal reserve 3oard. ; . 4-H Club Hears Miss Sweeney NASHUA, March 12.--A subject matter meeting of the committees t the 4-H club of Rlvertdn town- iiip, Floyd county,' was held at Charles City Tuesday with Miss weeney, state specialist, Ames, in harge. She gave instructions on anning meat.' , · : LAKE GIRL WINS INDECLAMMEET C l o t i l d a Phiilippe Take First; Marvin Winnie Gets Third. '· i i ' " CLEAR LAKE, March 12--Mig Clptllde Phlllippe, daughter of Mr and Mrs M. G. Philhppe.'East Mai street, placed first in the dramati division of the sutt-dtstrict declama tory contest held Wednesday mgh at Hampton The other Clear Lak cpntestant, Marvin Winnie, wh pppke, "The .Constitution," placei 'third in the oratorical division. N qoUlde Philippe spoke "If I Wer Kirig " Her next entrance is in th dlstficj: contest, a place for whlc: the site has notbeen selected Seven schools entered the competition las night--Alden, Clear Lake, Hampton TowaSFalls, Radcliffe, Thornton ano Waverly. Miss Catharyne Chambers Charles Davis and Delores Ander son accompanied the contestants ti SHampton. Rex Qulick, with "A Plea fo Cuba," placed first in the oratories division. "The Unknown Soldier" bj Gerre Osgood took second The dra inatic. section had four'contestants Georgia *Patterson, Hampton, too] second with "Be^shazzar, the King;' Ruby Thorson, Alden, third, with "The Rich Guy," and Fredrick Fold man, Waverly, received fourth will "Number,Slx" LaVerne Murphy took the honors in the x humorous division wiH "Brotherly ,Love." ' David Owens with "The Wooden Armed Orator' was awarded third and "Goodbye Sister," by Marjone James was second. / 'Supt M. Z' Albers, New Providence, Miss Anna CapeHem, and Miss Cora Busby, Eldora, acted as judges of the contest. CLEAR LAKE CALENDAR Friday--Upper Iowa veterans dinner at the dear Like Country club Drama^ club plays at the high school auditorium '\ Basket and pie social and program at Union-No 6 schoolhouse, Florence, Hansen, teacher. -- Star club quilting party at the home of Mrs. J. A. Cobb, North Oak street. , U. T. B. cldb meets at the home of Mrs. qs;rtru,de Hayden. ChristlaiXijyotkeas jneet t at^the hom^ of Mrs J. S Anderson, East Main, instead of withtMra. L A. Vance. , Community Farm Bureau meeU at the,Grant No. 7-schoolhouse. Chevrolet Driver "in v '* Crash Is Not 'Found CLEAR LAKE, March 12--The driver of the Chevrolet coupe bear- Qg the license number 17-8166 1930, which collided with the Swift ruck driven by Robert Netzer Tuesday night, haa not been found, ocal police stated this morning After the collision, which occurred -n the coiner of Division and Henry itreets, the driver of the auto ordered the garage to call for his car and made a get-away by foot. He carried a suitcase but lc£ a revolver in the auto which is being held y officers. The case has been given to Sheriff G.\ E Cress for investigation. Lawyer's Tip Causea Arrest NEW BRITAIN, .Conn.,, March .2. (UP)--Ella Sargis took a tip from the city prosecutor and beat ip Asaboor Berberian, who was al- eged to have stolen bis wife's' affections When Sargi3-,was tried for non-support he testified he'd be glad o support' his wife if she didn't r,efer the company of Berberian The prosecutor remarked if he were 'any kind of a man'l he'd take th aw into his own hands Eha did. PARK THEATER ',·· Clear Lake : Thursday--^Friday "Lottery Bride" Thrills in the north '· JBANETTfi MACDONALD JOE E. BROWN PILES ^GO QUICK You suffer from itching, bfeedlng r protruding piles 'because . your lemorrholtlal veins are clogged' up rith thick, impure, stagnant blood. Bad circulation In the lower bowel causes piles. The bowel walls are weak, the parts almost dead. What you need and should get from your druglst today is Dr. Leonhard't HEM-ROH); . · HEM-ROID is a harmless internal medicine that quickly and safely !riyes out all the impure congested lopd--heals and restores the' 'af- ected parts. . . " · · : ' ) · ' You must use an Internal medicine to free the swollen,' knotted parts from congestion, soreness and ·pain.: That's why HEM,ROID suc- eeds while salves, suppositories or utting usually give only temporary elief. , ' ·Michael Drug Co. says no matter /hat kind of piles you have HEM- OID must end all' pile agony or our money back; : - · BUCKLEY TALKS TO BE OPPOSED Defense Will Try ,to Bar ' Radio' Speeches Made Against Mayor. DETROIT, March 12 13?)--Objections to introduction of the radio speeches of Jerry Buckley In he favored the recall of Mayor Charles Bowles aa evidence in- the, triaj of three men accused of killing Buckley will be made by defense Counsel wh_en the 'trial Is resumed $ornorrc(w. A - · This ^ attitude was announced, today by Allen W. Kent, attorney for Ted Plzzlno, who is being tried along with Joe Bommarito and Angelo LJvecchi Kent .and other defense counsel have teen studying the'speeches during a two day adjournment. Prosecutor Har^y S Toy declared H 1^^/1331 i l » pnmn«t«nk evidenc* ' the speeches are comp«t*nl evidence in connection with establishing what-the state contends wa* th« motive for the crime. , New Birth of the Diamond. ' NEW YORK, March 12. (UP)-^ An' ingenious American invention makes it posslble'to cut the fafeta of diamonds mechanically instead of by hand.ju h«s been the cuetom for centuries. The facets 'are cut with mathematical accuracy, bflng- ing out the latent brilliancy, of the gems as.never before. / I THE GREAT ATLANTIC PACIFIC TEA COMPANY - MIDDLE WESTERN DIVISION It used tobefashipnable to be s t u p i d about money patters--'but fashions in women have changed. Tie smart woman of today takes pride in getting her money's worth. And nine times out o/ tni tlut's a steady AP customer. -A* · Hftre is a real, buying opportunity--a chance few yew to replenish yemr pantry shelves with choice Del Monte foods 'at prices that ·will save you money. Stop in at your nearby AP t Food Store--do/ it 1 today! ' DOZEN CANS . 3 NO. HALTED OR SLICED Peaches (PRICE A YEAR AGO, 3 CANS 93c CRUSHED OR SLICED N Pineapple k wow,, 2 TM«* (PRICE A YEAR AGO, 2 CANS SOuJ Sliced Pineapple 2 " 45c . Crushed Pineapple 2 gJ 43c (PRICE A YEAR AGO, 2 CANS BZc) - ~_ A eai*§ ««Hi,cAf» $2.65. / lyOlPn ' °° Zfit *NS $1.35 . PR1CC A YEAR AGO, 3 CANS «o) Peas (PRICE A YEAR AQO, 2 CANS 34«) Tomatoes ^$1.45 . 2 (PRICE A YEAR AQO, Z CANS 3Oc Spinach SS« $ i .69 Spinach £? N \$ 1.35 Coffee . . . . 330 8 O'CLOCK COFFEE Mild and Mellow, Ib. 'Fruits and Vegetables I O/VBBOTS, * j c 2 bunches . . . . . . . . JLpC NEW CABBAGE, ' pound SWEET P6TATOKS, 4 pounds , SPINACH, «r 3 pounds . . . . . . . £i«)C ·Head Lettuce, HadIsHes, Onions, 'Turnips, Beieta H l ^ L O O K S L I K E A G O O D D . A Y -- to start enjoying better coflfee, at lower prices. Ask the/mm in the A P ston about A P Coffee Service. Remember, "the coffet'you like bat is the best, no matter what it costs". EIGHT O'CLOCK W I L D A N D M E L L O W R ED C I R C L E RICH AND FULL-BODIED B O K A R EXQU1SITEIY AROMATIC AND FLAVORFUL AP Food Stores "... "'· --· M I B D I . I WESTERN D I V I S I O N - " , ' - The Great Atlantic and Pacific Tea Company

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