The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on March 27, 1931 · Page 13
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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 13

Mason City, Iowa
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Friday, March 27, 1931
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MARCH 27 1M1 .MASQAT CITY GLOBE-j WORK ON STREET ; TO START SOON Estimated Cost of Extension " *t Fourth Is About $2,000. Quit claim deeds have :,been .obtained by the city from Frank McCormick. owner..of cabins in the tourist camp located on -the site of the new Fourth street loutheast extent ion, and wok on the new road » to be' started aoon, according to P. F; .Hopkins, city-manager. .The to be constructed between Kentucky'avenue and Maple *rtve to make a more direct route for that »ection of the city. The estimated cost Including -graveling, Is about.42,000,- Mr. Hopkins aald. ; WorkwUl',.be workmen as time permits. A number of willow trees have to'be cut and th'e ·tumps-tTubbed out for the road, icc'ordln;? to Mr. Hopkins. - CAHlRElEDAT "DEATH CORNER" Series of Accidents Treated «t Local Hospital; 1 v .' ManJBHnded. ; An automobile wreck, an explosion and.«. run-raway colt accounted for in Juries-io four persons'in towns aear; Mason City. .Thursday." All four cases .were treated, at .Park hospital .where physicians said none oT th«mn-injured, were, in c critical condition. One man will \lose [the sighti of one eye and received serious injuries to the other in an explosion at Rake, :however. ·Two"';businessmen in a taxicab coming- from Des, Moines to Mason CUy.'jwere injured wtien '"the · cab missed -the turn known as' death corner southwest 6f Rockwell anc turned over about 9 o'clock Thursday, evening. The car was righted and L the men continued to Mason City Iwhere they received treatment at -tie -hospital. R. B. McDonald, Rock Island, re- ceived'a fractured left collar -bont and abrasions about'the face anc H. 'E. Weiks, Davenport, received a *calp wound about three inches long _ over his forehead »,nd was general!; bruised. Both men were able to leave the .hospital- as soon as thel: Injuries were treated. : Olen Neal, 16, son of George J Neal,-Alexander-, received a. fractured lower jaw when a col knocked him down in the'yard an stepped on him Thursday afternoon $e/was with his father in the barn yard Vhen the accident occured. . Burmll Legried, 25, Rake, injurec in an explosion Thursday forenoon ](rill;'pr9ba;bly.:i9se: ^e i-±-i*'^"- r *! , xnade - ,b,T,, particles ·'!.«?v flylnj;'-'rfoeik- The;accident occurred:when a .bias .·went off too soon while Legrie was W astir sr rock. nstructipns Given by Tom Connor at First Aid Meeting There were 47 men in attendance t the sixth session of the Ke'd.Crojis Irst-aid course held iti th'e Linc'oln gym Thursday evening.' , ; Tom .Connor, instructor in this ourse, gave a talk on suffocation, lectric. shock, gas poisoning and tressed 'especially the need for irtlflcial ; respiration in most of hese.cases. ' . In the! Inter-patrol'contest the Ow! patrol is-still In the load with he Rattlesnake patrol at a very ilose second. " . The closing ceremony f or the raining course was in .charge of 3 . J. Kirkpatrick, scoutmaster of roop 31, Crystal Lake, which consisted of the singing of taps and the scout leaders' benediction. There were 17 men in attendance at the sixth session.of the archery course. Many of the men have no,w completed their bows and several their arrows. Friday night was spent In .decorating the archery ackle under the leadership of C.'H. tevens and Roy Redlngtqn. . Mr. Stevens had for display five or- six bows and several arrows which he had made. This set of bows and arrows is perhaps one of the^ most beautiful individual archery kits in this part of the state. Most of the men taking this course will complete ·, it in the seventh session to be held next week in the Manual Arts building. Ventura P. T. A. Hears Swift's Fur Address Erdix Swift, of .Marshall ar.d Swift, Inc., exhibited his fur display and gave.his talk on furs at a P. T. A. gathering in the school at Ventura Thursday evening. .Mr. Swift was scheduled to apeak at Waldorf college in'.Forest City Friday evening. 5 5 TAKE PART : IN SCOUT HIKE Boys From All Troops Go to McKinley Cabin; Several Past Tests. Fifty-five boys went on the Boy Scout hike for all city troops Friday which had as Its destination Camp McKinley cabin of Troop No. 11. The scouts were welcomed at the campflre by Roy Hedington, scoutmaster of troop 11. All- the details had .been arranged for convenience and comfort'of the boys. A fire was burning 4n the fireplace of the cabin. , Several boys passed their tests In cooking and fire building, signaling, scout's .pace and received Instruction In. the use of the knife and axe and the use of the compass' under the leadership of Roy Redington. .' Mr. Redington is anxious that any troop in the city make use of this camp site. The boys may be allowed the use of the cabin also if a leader Is with them and they make proper arrangements with him before going to Camp McKinley. Mrs. Van Kirk Dies; Funeral Arrangements Are Not Yet Planned Mrs. D. H. Van Kirk, 74, 21 Jefferson avenue, southwest, died al her home Friday .morning. She hac lived in Mason_City for 12 years She came here from Swaledaie. No funeral arrangements have been made. ' licioui net. Medical men advi C O F F E E S FROM C E N T R A L A M E R I C A Utterly Different! Drink it 3 Times and You'll Never Go BackTo The Less Flavory Kinds! Makes Dishes and Glassware Sparkle Like Jewels in l /z the time . . . Use the 'Modern Cleanser, Water Softener and Soap Saver Keeps Mands as Jo/1 ·and lovely as a cosmetic ; · In '10c-and 25c packages OJMALENE ^^^^ OTB- 33/XX.MO PtAftn StU Lut Yt*r . -Try BOWLENE, The Modem Toilet Bwl CleanMr-A'OIT lOc Play Presented by Methodist-Groups at Odd Fellow's Home "The-Heart of the Dream," a symbolic · one act play by Helen Willcox, was presented Thursday night at the I. O. O. F. home by members 'of the Mason City Methr odlst players. The cast of chatacters consisted of: The dream, Doris Mf- njr; church, Edgar Walker; scien- «st, Martha Jones; artist, Glen Barker; ·businessman, -Don Dooltt- tle; welfare worker, Loiz Lenzej widow, Mrs. Boyd Walters; son of widow, Jack Boyce, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Boyce and little girl, Jean Bagley, son of Mr. and Mrs. Burton Bagley. Margaret Kolter- ieke was the accompanist. Mrs. F. J. Olson directed the production. Following the presentation of the play, the Rev. William Galbreth gave the benediction:' MRS, GEORGE, 36, SUCCUMBS HERE Funeral Arrangements Are Not Complete; Five Children Survive. Mrs. Ida E. George, 36 years old, 1201 Sixth street southwest, died at a local hospital Friday noon. She had been side fToout a week with influenza. No funeral arrangements ', have yet been made. The body will'He In state at the Patterson funeral home until arrangements are completed. Mrs. George leaves three sons, Alden, at home and Elmer and George, both of Gil cad, Nebr.; and two daughters, Thelma and Lorlne, both at home. Mrs. George was a widow. Mrs. George was born March 10, 1885. She hac i:ved here seven years. DRESSES STOLEN: : Twenty-two dresses, li silk and eight, flannel, were [stolen automobile parked in front of a 1 local hotel Thursday night, according to a report made to police by Harry Silverman, salesman, who' was -registered at the ;hotel. The samples lost were valued at about ?200. Herbert RarmUon, manager el the Iowa State Brand creamery, left for Philadelphia Thursday night where he wil! He has spent the put two mphtlul in the east where he is studying bus- ineu condition! but returned to Mar son City for a week to attend to local business. Uneeda Bakers O-SO-GUD BUTTER PRETZELS The knots in these pretzels tie the taste in--until you bite it out again! That's why O-So-Gud Butter Pretzels are Oh-so- good to eat! At their finest with fruit-ades. MASON CITY FRUIT COMPANY PHONE 320 OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE SATURDAY SPECIALS! Special Sale of a New Carload of Fancy ORANGES and GRAPEFRUIT This shipment just arrived and we can truly say that they are the finest fruit on the market. 4 0 C r I ORANGES, Extra Large, rft for i«J C I Juicy, peck DUC GRAPEFRUIT, Extra Ijarge Size BANANAS, Fine Quality, 4 Iba 25c I PEAS, Fresh California, 2 Ibs.. SPINACH, Fresh, Crispy, S Ibs 25c | RHUBARB, Fancy, Z Ibs. . . . . ASPARAGUS. Fresh California, Special, bunch GREEN ONIONS. RADISHES, BEETS, GREEN PEPPERS, bunch SUGAR, Cane, in Cloth Bags, 10 Ibs.. ...... ........... . ...... ____ BROOMS, lUrular TSc, OQ- , 1 BUTTER, Fre«h ' 5c CHERRIKS, Kfa Pitted, 16 oz. can 13c; No. 10 Gallon can .............. .78c MILK, Ubby's, 8 ten can» ........ ---- 25c j ORANGES, fancy Cal. Sunklst, dor. 25c, 40c FRESH VEGETABLES -- Dandelion greens, Endives, Cauliflower, new Potatoes, new Cabbage, Onion ptauts, Celery, Head Lettuce, Carrots, Parsnips, Parsley, · _ Strawberries, Tomatoes, etc. MRS. BARCLEY'S HOME BAKING SOLD HERE FREE DELIVERY PHONE 320 V A C U U M P A C K E D OF.C.C,M» 2J4. SO. FEDERAL Uneeda Bakers NATIONAL.BISJCUDT' COMPANY \\v' r/ ARMOUR'S We Save You Big Young Tender Beef Roast 9c Ib. Get Them .While They Last SATURDAY SPECIAL Pork Roast Center Cut of Shoulder Them Are Very Good Fancy, Small Wieners 1 2 i c Ib. Fleoso Shop. Early . Quality, Quantity, Service and Courtesy Fresh Pig's Feet 4clb. Pork Sausage 8clb. SLICED PORK Liver MUTTON SHOULDER Roast These are No. 1 Full Cream BABY BEEF Steak 4clb. It's Young and Mast Bo Tender LEAN Pork Steak 12clb. 5-LB. BOX Sliced Sngar Cured Bacon 80c Nut Butterine llclb. FRESH PORK Hearts 5c Ib. Dill Pickles STAR HAM Its new and famous goodness can bring delight to everyj taste because the price is within reach of every purse.! ·nt KoJ Ptatf UM W V. ££·*«**· r ·/ Sttr B*m t*ffcUm DtmiNG the past yeac^ ptcise bma coining from all or«r the country fof Fixed Flavor Star Ham. Anmrac tfid Company hare proved that their exacting methods of selection, cnre-«nd-tmoke insure uniform tendernesi and flarror rods M no other ham las. The exchnire proo* ess of heat-and-«noke control is as accurate as your own zegvladon of baklag temperatorea; -,Boy a whole or half Fixed Flavor text Ham. la price will delight 700. Yon can serve it in defidoos, different way* for as low as lOc a meal tot each person. Deal^j ·rs ·vetvwhcce selLFixed Flavor Star Haou! 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