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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 14

Mason City, Iowa
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Friday, April 3, 1936
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FOURTEEN MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, APRIL 3 1936 DEMO CAUCUSES PICK DELEGATES Larson, Duncan, McArthur, O'Brien Are Chosen by Fourth District. · DES MOINES, OF)--A fourth district democratic caucus Friday formally elected four national convention delegates previously chosen by a hotel room caucus of the district Thursday night. Originally' the hotel room meeting nominated eight delegates but four withdrew. Those who withdrew were L. J. Erhardt of Elkader, Dr. William Walsh of Hawkeye, Mrs. E. A. McHree of West Union and Mrs. F. J. Nachtwey of Lansing. G. E. Lyons of Cresco objected to the method of selection, asserting he did not know whether Howard county .was invited to the hotel room caucus. Biermann Is Indorsed. The caucus indorsed Erwin Larson, of Charles City, for national committeeman, sent greetings to E. G. Dunn of Mason City, ill at Rochester. Minn., and pledged itself to vote for Mrs. W. L. Etter of Sigourncy, democratic national committceworaan, for delegate at large. The meeting also indorsed the candidacy of Congressman Fred Biermann of Decorah for renomin- ation. The third district caucus failed to curtail nominations despite warnings that it would probably cost national convention delegates 5400 each for assessments 'and personal expenses. Eleven names were proposed and, the count was not straightened out until the forenoon convention session was well under way. The caucus was entirely peaceable. Assure Women Place. Definite steps to assure women a place on the third district delegation resulted in one choice as dele- 'ate and two as alternates. The eighth district caucus in a routine session officially continued delegates who had been selected at a meeting Thursday night. Ed Breen, head of the Young Democratic club of Iowa, was caucus chairman. Before the caucus got under way. State Comptroller C. B. Murtagh, who is from the eighth district, SUPERIOR MARKET 122 South Federal in A. P. Store Boneless RUMP ROAST, Ib 15cl SLICED BACON, Ib.. 18c END CUT PORK CHOPS . Ib. 23c HAMS FOR EASTER HOI/SECLEANING P G. 10 55 27c 10 Glanf Bar* 33e Wash. Powder Oxydol%£-. . . 19c 68 at. fks. 53c Kitchen Klenzer · . . . 5c Special Brooms . . each 25c JKutol \fxll' ftrer '·'· Cleaner . 4'^S? 25c MUEJO Washing Powder ',£· . . . 9c 37 01. Pks. 180 Crystal While Soap Chips 'p'!' 33c Wheaties . pkg. lOc Mustard? . . 13c The Fnmous CracHer, \£ . 21 C Crisco . . 55c Grandmother's \VhIte or W. \V. 3% Pan Rolls 3% . 5c okficld or Cor BUTTER Lb. 30c FINEST BEET SUGAR SALTED SODA CRACKERS '2£; ISc VIGOROUS AND WINEY BOKAR 2 l Ib - 39c *· cans *P ·* \i Sunnyfield FLOUR 49 i-$1.45 IONA FLOUR 49 b ' ab g $1.35 White House MILK 3 tau 20c J cans *«Vl« SWANSDOWN CAKE FLOUR 23/j Ib. pkg:. 24c CALUMET PB S G R . . . . ct 20c Baker's Southern TOASTIES 2 13 01. Pkgs 21c Baker's Premium CHOCOLATE [ Vi Pound Coke. 15c COCOANUT V4 Pound Can 1 Oc SANKA COFFEE 1 Pound Can 45e Fresh Fruits and Vegetables EARLY OHIO OR COBBLER SEED POTATOES . . 10b0aglb $1.59 Seedless Grapefruit. 6 for 25c Oranges . . 2 doz. 39c 5 Doz. Size Head Lettuce, hd. 6c MARKET Formerly A. P. Market -- 201 North Federal Ave. Smoked, Cured Spares POUND asked county chairmen of the dis trict to collect the 51 registration fee from delegates who had not ye paid it, turn the money over to the caucus chairman. The money is intended for central committee expenses. FIKST DISTRICT Delegates to the national conven tion: Glenn Kenadine, Iowa City Frank Loroden, Fatrfield; Mrs Alex Miller, Washington; Mrs. J. C, Pryor, Burlington. Alternates: P. L. Metcalf. Ni chols; J. P. Gaffney, Williamsburg Rachel Wormhoudt, Mt. Pleasant; Marion Shortal, Burlington. Credentials committee: Wilbur Dole, Fairfield. Permanent organization committee: P. L. Metcalf, Nichols. Rules committee: Dr. Frank Bollar, Washington. Resolutions committee: Clem Boyles, Iowa City. Delegate at large nominating committee: Madge O'Neil, Columbus Junction. SECOND DISTRICT Delegates: Ed Carroll, Davenport F. D. Gilloon, Dubuque; Charles Huston, Cedar Rapids; John Lochner, Monticello. Alternates: Mrs. Anna Lamey Cedar Rapids; Mrs. Katherine M Reidel, Dubuque; Mrs. L. H. Federsen, Toronto; Mrs. Jessie Postel Davenport. Credentials committee: W. H Carroll, Clinton. Permanent organization committee: Frank Schwartz, Jackson county. Rules committee; C. J. Cash', Ana- raosa. Resolutions committee: Walter Balluff, Davenport. Delegate at large nominating committee: Edward Breen, Forl Dodge. THIRD DISTRICT Delegates: J. R. Bahne, Eldora W. C. Scrlming-eour, Belle Plaine Horace van Metre, Waterloo; Marion Martin, Waterloo. Alternates: H. M. Cooper, Mar- shaUtown; Mrs. O. K. Dick, Iowa Falls; Jack Galvin, Hampton; Helen Reed, Waterloo. Credentials committee: Mary Shank, Shell Rock. Permanent organization committee: Sherman de Wolf, Reinbeck. Rules committee: Robert T. Harris, Ackley. Resolutions committee: W. D. Kearney, Marshalltown. FOURTH DISTRICT Delegates (with one half vote each): Erwin Larson, Charles City; Hearst R. Duncan, Osage; Senator William McArthur, Mason City; E. R. O'Brien, Oelwein. Credentials committee: Dr. G. N. Thompson, Jesup. Permanent organization committee: W. R. Garland, New Hampton. Rules committee: L. J. Erhardt, Elkader. Resolutions committee: Senator M. X. Geske, McGregor. FIFTH DISTRICT Delegates (with one half vote each): Mrs. Lola G. Landes, Brooklyn; E. F. McEniry, Creston; Roy Stevens, Ottumwa; J. P. Daughton, Grand River. Credentials committee: M. R. Stansell, Osceola. Permanent organization committee: John A. Owens, Bloomfield. Rules committee: Mrs. Bernard Fuller, Jr., Centerville. Resolutions committee: J. P. Daughton, Grand River. Delegates at large nominating committee: Mrs. Flora Cotton Etter, Sigourney; Ed Breen, Fort Dodge. SIXTH DISTRICT Delegates (four with half vote each): Representative Hubert Utterback, Des Moines; Gov. Clyde L. Herring; Des Moines; Mrs. L. B. Schmidt, Ames; John Regan, Adel. Alternates (four with half vote each): Henry Mease, Des Moines; Ralph Lynch, Des Moines; Frank Comfort, Des Moines; Joe M. Johnston, Knoxville. Credentials committee: Mrs. Bunker, Knoxville. Permanent organization committee: Mrs. Dgenfritz, Winterset. Rules committee: Mark Dolan, Norwalk. Resolutions committee: Harry H. Crenshaw, Des Moines. SEVENTH DISTRICT Delegates: Norman Genung, Glenwood; Mrs. Helen Hawkins, Red Oak; Harold J. Culivan, Missouri Valley; Don Kerlin, Clarinda. Alternates: Mrs. Pearl Hacker, Council Bluffs; Ben Grant, Greenfield; J. H. Frederickson, Harlan; John Graham, Audubon. Credentials committee: T. G. Jensen, Kimballton. Permanent organization committee: Mrs. Esther Hardy, Tabor. Rules committee: Mrs. Rose Bye, Clearfield. Resolutions committee: John Hertert, Harlan. Delegates at large nominating committee: (none named to be settled from convention platform.)' EIGHTH DISTRICT Delegates: Luke Linnan, Algona; Mrs. D. M. Keleher, Fort Dodge; Doug Rogers, Manning; Andy Bell, Denison. Alternates: Isaac Coleman, Estherville; Mrs. Veda Long, Webster City; Mrs. Gertrude Atwell, Fort Dodge, H. Lloyd Eveland, Boone. Credientials committee: E. J. Maniece, Estherville. permanent organization commit tee: J. R. Van Horn, Rockwell City Rules committee: Joe Hand, Emmetsburg. Resolutions committee: J. E Whalen, Jefferson. Delegates at large nominating committee: Richard Mitchell, Forl Dodge; Ed Breen, Fort Dodge. NINTH DISTRICT Delegates: Mrs. Florence Lynch, Le Mars; T. P. Cleary, Sioux City; S. F. Cusack, Sioux City; W. R, Neil, Spirit Lake. Alternates: Jack Gartland, Rock Valley; R. L. Goodenow, Sac City; A. J. Salland, Sibley; L. J. K-s Giveren, Cherokee. Credentials committee -- Mr Betty Baxter, Battle Creek. Permanent organization commi tee--Andrew Christiansen, Inwom Rules committee--James Fishe Spencer. Resolutions committee -- T. E Diamond, Sheldon. DEALERS GETTING READY FOR SHOW Building and Home Furnish ing Event to Be Held at H. S. Gymnasium. Mason City building materia manufacturers and distributors merchants and construction mei are making extensive plans for th building and home furnishing shov to be held -at the high school gym nasium April 14 to 16 under th auspices of the North Iowa Builder exchange. Mier Wolf and Sons company fur niture store is planning among othe articles to display a Frigidaire, de picting new developments that hav taken place in this electrical refrig erator. Webster Lumber company wl display specimens of its 4-squar lumber, as well as some type of in sulation and possibly Red Ceda shingles The display of the Mason Cit Brick and Tile company will cente around the new fireproof re-en forced tile beam floor construction which the company points out i revolutionizing home construction A movie depicting the constructio of an all masonry home also will b a feature of the local brick an tile company. Brick panels and other material built by the company also will be on display. The M. M. Moen company is mak ing plans for some type of displaj on Use construction of homes, detail of which will be announced later. AT THE HOSPITALS Economical-- u« one LEVEL to a cup of flour for most recipes. by baking powder SPECIALISTS to produce best results. KG BAKING POWDER Same Price Today as 45 Years Ago 35 ounce* for ZS« You can also buy A r i l 1C ounce can for Iflo lull ZS ounce can for If · Double-Tested -- Double-Action MILLIONS OF POUNDS 'HAVE BEEN USED B Y O U R G O V E R N M E NT Tittle Bros. PACKING COMPANY, Inc. 105 South Federal Ave. Phone 693 ACROSS FROM MONTGOMERY WARD'S MEATS WITH A FLAVOR ~ ARMOUR'S STAR and CUDAHY'S PURITAN HAM SALE Fancy Home Dressed No. 1 Grade CHICKENS Pound.. 23c Sugar Cured HAM Shank Cut Pound 24Vie Small Hams 6 Ib. Box Sliced Ends BACON 93c Center Cut Quality Beef CHUCK ROAST, Ib.... Boneless Rolled Beef RUMP ROAST, Ib 19c Genuine Shoulder LAMB ROAST, f b . . . Fancy Milk Fed Good. Shl'fl. Cuts VEAL * £ ,, ROAST, ib... IOC Sliced BOILED HAM 43c fb. Shoulder Picnic Cut PORK ROAST f impound A /t» 100% Pure Beef GROUND BEEF, pound 100% Pure Pork SAUSAGE MEAT 15c Ib. It's Pure FRESH SIDE PORK 18c Ib. Hormel's German Style RING BOLOGNA 15c Ib. FORMAL OPENING Fruit and Vegetable Dept. Operated by Keith .C. Harrison Fancy Jonathan Apples 6 Ibs. 25c Iceberg Head Lettuce 5c Head Idaho Russet Pototoes 15 Ib. bag 37c Oranges 200 Size 29c doz. SEE OUR WINDOW BEFORE YOU BUY Marlene Ruth Smith, route 3, wa_ admitted to the Park hospita Thursday for treatment. Irwin Ferr, 330 Second streel northeast, was dismissed from the Mercy hospital Thursday following a major operation. Mrs. Fred Pettis, 1038 West State street, was admitted to the Park hospital Thursday for treatment. Mrs. William Haensch, .44 Lehigh was admitted to the Mercy hospita Thursday for a major operation. Betty Lou Greene, Garner, was admitted to the Park hospita: Thursday for treatment. Master Harry Nichols, 649 Polk avenue southwest, was admitted to the Mercy hospital Thursday for a minor operation. Mrs. Joe Johnson and infant daughter, 10 Willow drive, was dismissed from the Park hospital Thursday. A daughter weighing 3 pounds 12% ounces was born to Mr. anc Mrs. Gaylord Tenold, Scarville. Thursday at the Mercy hospital. E. Boileau, Detroit. Mich., was dismissed from the Park hospita: Thursday following treatment. A daughter weighing 7 pounds 1% ounces was born to Mr. and Mrs, Paul Riehm, Britt, at the Mercy hospital Thursday. A son weighing S pounds 6% ounces was born to Mr. and Mrs, Marvin M. Peterson, Rock Falls, at the Park hospital Friday. Charles B. Nichols Services Held Here Funeral services for Charles B. Nichols, 86, who died Wednesday afternoon, were held at the Randall funeral home Thursday afternoon, witi the Rev. C. E. Flynn, pastor of tie First M. E. church, in charge of services. Burial was at Elmwood cemetery. Pallbearers were A. R, Finley, Fulton Potter. Milton Bergland and Herman Green. SPECIAL FOR SUNDAY DINNER Whole or Half Smoked Ham . . 27c Pork Ham Roasts . . . 25e Roiled Rump Roast . . . 25c Extra Special Beef Roast. . 12 ] /2C Veal R o a s t . . 12y 2 c Pork Roast . . . 18e Sirloin Steak 1 2 ' ? c Round Steak . . 18c Rib Boil . . , . 8c Soup Meat . . 5c Sliced Bacon, 5 IBs. . . . . 90c Lard . . . . 12V2C Nash, Hills Bros. Coffee . . . . 27c Butter 31c 6. GRUPP Good Food Good Service 401 S. Federal Phone 23 Lucile Usher Candidate for County School Head Superintendent at Rock Falls in Race. Mrs. Lucile Usher, for the past two years superintendent of the Rock Falls schools, Friday announced she would be a candidate for county superintendent of schools to succeed Mrs. Pearl Tanner, who has resigned as of May 15. Mrs. Usher received her early education in the rural schools. She was graduated from the Iowa State Teachers college at Cedar Falls in 1930, attended the summer session at the Gregg shorthand school at Chicago in 1931 and the State University of Iowa the summer of 1935. Mrs. Usher got her initial teaching experience in the one room rural schcool. She then served as principal of the schools at Bassett for three years and principal of the Rock Falls high school four years before being advanced to her present posi-* tion two years ago. She has been re-elected superintendent at Rock Falls for the coming year. Mrs. Usher is the second candidate to enter the field for superintendent, Charles M. Neveln, Hamilton school of commerce instructor, having announced some weeks ago. MRij. LUCILE USHER Clyde Chambers, Milo Peterson Hardy of Hampton Is Installed as Monarch of Samaritans' Order Installation of officers of Ispahan Sanctorum, No. 213, of the A. M. O. S., was held Thursday night at the Odd Fellows' hall. Elective officers who took their posts were Harry W. Hardy of Hampton, grand monarch; Nels Nelson of Ventura, vice grand monarch; Richard Kolwinska yi Mason City, grand counselor; Charles R. Crumb of Mason City, registrar, and George Van Every of Mason City, banker. Appointive officers installed were A. L. Ready, grand chief guide; C. C. Brunner, grand high executioner; Toster Elliott, grand monitor; A. R. Johnson, venerable friar; John Ficken, grand herald; Oscar Peterson, grand sentinel. The installation of the Samaritan officers was conducted by A. W. Russell, district deputy supreme moaarchus. Plans were announced at the meeting for the divisional session to be held here May 21 with he women of the Orient, an auxiliary of A. M. 0. S. Supreme Mon- archus E. R. Taylor of Ontario, Canada, will be present. But why is it called the national guard when it is used only to sup- WARNING GIVEN LOCAL DEALERS Asked to Be on Lookout for H. B. Branson, Wanted on Forgery Charge. Mason City merchants were warned Friday to be on the lookout for H. B. Branson, who is wanted by the sheriffs office on the charge of forgery. Branson, according to local officers, has the practice of forging the names of prominent farmers to checks of from $17 to S25, marking the word 'labor" in a lower corner. Branson, according to the officers, has worked this territory twice before, leaving worthless checks in the hands of dealers. press people who won't obey a governor?--Dubuque Telegraph-Herald. Many Independent Grocers Sell LITTLE PELTON BROOMS Known Many Many Women Kf.lng (he BcM. Buy Any Olner. I'LL STR YOU STRAIGHT -FOR fINIR fLAVOR ( Buller-Nul Coffee 3 TALL MILK 20c PORK BEANS 6 for 25c EVERY DAY A BARGAIN DAY AT BUEHLER'S ARMOUR'S STAR LARD 100% PURE Ibllc Premium Swiftc rremiv awitis HAMS The Largest Selling Hams in the World. Half or Whole LB. Milk Fed . Ib. 12'ic YOUNG TENDER Steak Pot Roast Short Ribs Boil CORN FED Ib. 19c Ib. 13c IblOc Eb. Sc YOUNG T E N D E R Spare Ribs . . Ib. 15c Shoulder Roast . . Ib. 18c Chops, End Cuts . Ib. 20e Side Meat . . Ib. ISe Bacon, 1 Ib. pkg. 25c T-Bone Steaks . Ib. 18c t Best Buy · e MILK FED Roast . . Breast . . Boil Round Steak Ib. J5c . Ib. lOc Ib. Sc ib. 25c Pork Hocks. Ib. 12' /2 c I | CORN Mutton FED Shoulder . . . Ib. Sc Lego'Mutton . Ib. lOc Chops . . . . Ib. lOc Stew ib. 6c FOLGER'S COFFEE

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