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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 7

Mason City, Iowa
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Friday, April 10, 1936
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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, APRIL 10 1936 SEVEN Teachers Are Visitors. LIME SPRINGS -- Miss Anna Bavis of Or.inge township and Miss Pearl Roberts of Grundy Center will spend Easter at their homes here, arriving Friday and returning to their teaching positions Sunday evening. UNITED FRUIT CO. 33 East State Street PHONE 749 FREE DELIVERY C a r l o a d "ABLE" Potatoes Grown in Red River Valley, North Dakota. New Branded Bags -- Even Weight. 100 POUND BAG $ 1 - 65 NATIONAL FRUIT CO. 101 South Federal Arenue PHONE 824 FREE DELIVERY . . . great . . . EASTER SALE! You simply can't afford (o pass up these outstanding values at your A. r. Food Store this week-end. These values arc just a sample of the many others you'll find by trading regularly at A. F. O K A I ' K .11 ICE WELCH'S . . . 19c ION A S A L A D DRESSING . . qt. jar 25c JELLY EGGS . . 2 Ibs. 19c STALEV'S (THE STARCH . . V£9c CORN COUNTRY or BROOKF1KLU COUNTRY FRESH! PAAS EGG DYES pkg. lOc P. L. LABEL No. 2 · · · i Cans FINEST BEET S f f ^ A 9 « fi| Lb. Cloth UVAII · · · t 111 Bag 25-Pound Bag $1.20; 100-Pound Bag . SUNNYFIELD S?f ATfil 24V 2 -Ib. «£- 49-lb. VLUUK · Bag 75C Bag IONA FLOUR, 241/z-lb. bag 69e; 49-lb. bag. . . IONA HALVES or SLICED 1'. C. DEL MONTE PEACHES, 2 No. 2Vz Cans IONA OR * No. 2 TOMATOES · · e fl Cans $4.64 TELLS WHY SHE KILLED HUSBAND Bride of 4 Months Says He Passed Her Up "Like a Bad Dime." CHICAGO, (.Ti--Because her husband passed her up "like a bad dime," Mrs. Betty Martin, 32 year old bride of less "than four months, told the polite Friday she fired five revolver bullets into his body if. a southside tavern. Then she sat on a bar stool and awaited the arrival of police. In a cell at Ihc detective bureau this morning Mrs. Martin, her platinum tresses disheveled and tears streaming from her eyes, told of the romance which led to her marriage Doc. 9 to Andrew Martin. 38, and culminated in his death Thursday night on a tavern floor. '·I don't believe I'm sorry I shot him." she told police. Lost Her Head. Witnesses said Mrs. Martin was standing at the bar when her husband entered with another woman. She drew the revolver from her landbag and opened fire, they said. "When he came in with a girl and passed me up like a bad dime, not even speaking; to me, I lost my head." the wife said. '"I was in love with another man when Andy came along. His talk of wealth and position made me believe he was the only one for me. I broke my engagement and married Andy. Former (J-Man. "Andv told me he owned an interest in a string of race horses He said he was a former G-man and that he had a promise of a job from Frank Murphy, governor of the Philippine islands. "We went to the islands in January and the hope for a job there was shattered. Then Andy told me he was broke. Without my knowing it he cabled my former fiance telling him I was in distress. He signed my name and we come home on the money sent.'' With Another Woman. Mrs.. Martin said they separated in San Francisco and she returned to Chicago. Martin, she said, came back Sunday but did not rejoin her. She said she received a letter from him saying he was staying with another woman on the southside. The blond widow said she Kid borrowed the gun but had no intention of killing her husband. Peter Mastri, 27, who was passing the tavern at the time of the shooting, was wounded silghtly on the neck by one of the shots. Plan Easter Service. FERTILE--Easter services will be observed at the Mission hall Sunday morning. Arlen Halverson from Go'ldfield and a student from Minneapolis, Minn., will speak. $1.29 2§£ . . 29c EIGHT O'CLOCK--Mild and Mellow SUNNYFIELD POP COKN CONFECTION JACKS a e · e Pound Bag 13-oz. pkgs. pkgs. Fresh Fruits Vegetables SEEDLESS GRAPEFRUIT 6 for 25c 250 SIZE ORANGES 2 dozen . . . . 3 9 c Easter Services at First Baptist Church Announced by Pastor Easter Sunday promises to be a full day at the First Baptist church for in the morning the church school expects the largest attendance. With an average of 200 in attendance for the year, there were 250 present , last Sunday and C. E. Oeschger, I genial superintendent of the general sehool. expects three hundred Sunday. On the recommendation of the board of deacons, five youths were proposed Thursday night for membership and it is expected that they will be immersed according to the ancient rite of the Christian church after the Easter sermon about noon time. They have been in the Rev. Mr. Lewis' class for candidates for church membership for several weeks in preparation for membership. The Easter music is in charge of Mrs. W. H. Hathorn, who has been associated with First Baptist music for many years and has raised it to a high level of efficiency. The augmented Easter choir will sing two suitable Easter numbers, "Hosanna" by Granicr and "Christ the Lord Is Risen Today," by Wilson. The Carnegie organ will be played by James Stinchart who is substituting for his mother, Mrs. J. E. Stinehart, v.ho had the misfortune recently to fall and break her wrist. Under the direction of Mrs. Eva Jacobs, the young people will present an Easter play of three scenes, entitled, "Triumphant Gladness." This is the play in which the Rev. Mr. Lewis took the part of Peter last Easter, when it was given by his young people in the Minneapolis church. Mrs. C. W. Gasswint has charge of the oriental costumes. The Easter offering envelopes distributed may be brought to any of ,hc services on Sunday, the pastor innounccd. Two Brilt Residents Voice Tributes to Former Iowa Governor. BRITT--Tribune by Britt residents who knew the late forme Gov. John Hammill intimately were added to the expressions of high re gard voiced on his life. Atty. Frank W. Senneff stated "Words cannot express the shock and the bereavement to our com' munity in the passing of Iowa 1 : foremost citizen. I first met Johi Hammill in Chicago at a republi can national convention when I wa in my 'teens. I was impressei with him then. Several years latei I came to Britt to practice law. While often disagreeing with him in tilings pertaining to politics, we ever remained steadfast friends. I have, since his retirement from public office, been on most intimate terms with him and believe that during the past year he had contid- cd in me his future and aspirations as much, or possibly more, than any other man. "The greater part of his mature life was devoted to public service, in which no Iowa man has a better record. His intention was, as expressed to me last week, to attempt to continue in public service. His public announcement was in the course of preparation at the time of his lamented passing. His unremitting toil, his marvelous vitality and energy, his desire to serve, and withal, his humility, his love for children and flowers, his home life and the simple things of life, to me mado him far greater than the political or material success he attained. Light for Youth. "His energy and his determination to carry on, undoubtedly placed him at the lop in Iowa, an accomplishment which could not havo been achieved in any other nation of the world, except Canada, and stands as a beacon light to the youth of today as to what may be accomplished by work and determination under our American system of government, the principles E which do not obtain in any of he countries of the old continent. "In my early practice as a mere ov 1-e was kind to me. In my ate'r practice, he was lovable and ourtcous to me as his adversary, feel, keenly, the personal loss ol A good friend. His town, which I ove as did he. has lost immeasurably, as has also the state and lation. I am compelled to believe hat he more nearly exemplified ban any man in Iowa today, the real needs of the agricultural m- crcsts of our state, in which no nan in Iowa took a more intensive ,nd active interest. "His death will remove a vigorous advocate or these interests a, .he Cleveland national convention n .lunc. It is to be hoped that someone in Iowa will fill the_ niche eft by his untimely passing. Classmate Gives Tribute. The tribute by Mrs. E. P. Hcaly, former Britt postmaster and a classmate of former Governor riammill is: "The passing of former Governor John Hammill is a great loss to Britt, to the state of Iowa and to the nation. "The class or 1S95 has always taken pride in his successes, and as one oj his classmates, I recall his faithful, earnest work in high school. He was a good student, which was exemplified in the success which he attained. "John was one of the country eroup who often walked to s:liool. down the M. and St. L. tracks, which same railway he was vigorously fighting to maintain at the very hour of his death, and of the group who ate our lunches from our tin dinner pails in the old school house." and son. Junior, of Morris, Minn., came Thursday for a short visit at the G. W. Stambaugh and Arthur Scheffclman homes. Business Is Leased. DUMONT--Fred W. Nocltlng, a former mayor, who has been in the implement "business more than 20 years, leased his implement building and business to Herman Men- en'ga of near Acklcy and will give possession at once. Mr. Noclting will be with the new firm until he delivers goods contracted for early this season. District Manager Is Speaker. RIDGEWAY--A meeting for the purpose of organizing a Townscnd club here was held at the Community hall Wednesday evening. Lloyd" R. Smith, the congressional manager of district No. 3 for the state of Iowa for the Townsend plan, was the speaker for the evening. Mrs. Xatvig President. CRESCO--Friends in Council met at the home of Mrs. Dora Swcnson and elected Mrs. A. S. Natvig, president; Mrs. D. D. Mead, vice president: Mrs. L. G. Gitchcll, secretary and Mrs. J. A. Thomson, treasurer Large Crowd at Play. POPE.IOY--The two act play presented by women of the Improvement club Wednesday evening was given to a house filled to capacity The proceeds amounted to $34.40. Meets at Marrow Home. CALMAR--The Legion nuxilian, met Tuesday evening at the horn A superior water softener and cleaner. Used for years by the dairy industry in the protection of milk utensils. Now available for the home. 2 Ibs. for i5c at your grocer's. 122 South Federal in A. P. Store or Whole, pound . . . 27c PQRK CUTLETS, pound . . 17c Boneless RUMP ROAST, pound 15c Prepare biscuit or muffin dough when convenient. Set in cool place and bake hours later if you wish. You save time in using Double Tested -- Uow.ble Action Seme Price Today as 45 Y««rs Ago 25 ounces Eor Z5c You can also buy 1O ounce can for ISO i £or IS« Formerly A. P. Morket -- 201 North Federal Aye. OLD HOMESTEAD DECKER'S BLACKHAWK Armour's MealoftheMont for Easter Lean Sliced Breakfast Tender Short STEAKS Crown ROAST Pork CUTLETS f Mrs. Frank Marrow. The host- ^sscs were Mrs. Marrow, Mrs. Wiliam Holverson and Mrs. Joe Shinde- ar. California Visitor Honored. OSAGE--Mrs. Betty Woodard and Miss Frieda Johnson entertained n ;roup of friends Wednesday evening it the former's home, honoring'Miss Agnes Friedlund of Los Angeles, vho is visiting her mother. Mrs. John Friedlund, and her sister. Mrs. ,ec McGranc. Iluturn to Homes. CORW1TH--Mrs. Pearl Dnnnavon of Reading, Mich., and Harold Brown of Detroit returned to their homes Wednesday after being with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Al Brown, since attending" funeral services for Lhcir sister, Mrs. John Camclin, here last week. $50 Reported Stolen at Barclay Welding Supply Company Shop About 550 was stolen from a green metal cash, box at the Barclay Welding Supply company, 215 Second street southwest, Thursday evening. The padlock on the front door was found broken about 1:16 o'clock Friday morning. The cash box had been pried open. Police are investigating the robbery. Former Convict Runs for Office of Sheriff in One Iowa County DBS MOINES, (.«--A county attorney for an Iowa county asked the attorney general's office whether a former convict legally may seek nomination to the sheriff's office. The county attorney explained hat in his county a man who had ·served a penitentiary sentence in Iowa and who had done time on an Indiana prison farm had announced candidacy for the nomination. The inquiry was referred to Waller Maley, a.ssistant attorney general, who said the decision probably would hinge on whether the former prisoner's citizenship had been restored. Altrurian Club Has Final Luncheon at Mrs. Steven's Home CLEAR LAKE--A spring: pot-luck luncheon at the home of Mrs. J. Z. Stevens, north shore, Thursday afternoon concluded the activities of the Altrurian club for the year. Assisting on the serving committee were Mrs. Sydney Thompson, Mrs. Henry Volstead and Mrs. M. L. Thayer. Mrs. Conrad Pederson was elected president of the club for the ensuing year. Other officers named were Mrs. Chris Johnston, vice president, Mrs. J. Z. Stevens, treasurer, and Mrs. Sydney Thompson, secretary. Mrs. Roy Petersen, Kenneth Winnie and Mrs. Arlcign Eddy are the retiring officers. Covers were laid for 16 at the luncheon. Orchid and pink sweet peas, the club flower, and tapers former! the centerpiece for the luncheon. Mrs. Pederson rcarl an article on the history o£ the government of Iowa, Twins Are Born. ACKLEY--Twin babies, a boy and a girl, were born Thursday to Mr. and Mrs. Peter Van Der Werf, Abbott. Mrs. Van Der Werf was formerly Lauretta Stockdale. Visitors From Hoilnmlale. POPEJOY--Mr, and Mrs. Oscar Brand and daughters of Hollandale. Minn., are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bcssman. also with the Ernest and Will Bcssman families. To Be Held Sunday NiRlit, SPILLVILLE -- The Sokols will hold a card party at the A. B. C. S. hall Sunday evening. Are Spending Week. CORWITH--Mrs. W. H. Boylan and son of LeMars are spending the week with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Fay Scace. Mr. Boylan will join them here for the week-end. Visitors From Morris. CORWITH -- W. F. 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