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Mason City, Iowa
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Monday, March 30, 1931
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E. -- Mason City 306 8th St. 408 Locust Des Out-of-Town Customers Write MASON' CITY GLUBB-UAZKTTE HELEN HENORICKS News Editor Beside nee Phone 840W OFFICE PHONE No. 239 Gazette LEE DEWIGGINS Circulation and Advertising Residence Phone R7 TO PRESENT EASTER CANTATA /~*LEAR LAKE, March 30.--The cantata "Eternal ^ Life" by Fred B. Holton, will be presented by members of the junior vested choir at the vesper program Easter Sunday at the Zion Lutheran church. The program will begin at 3 o'clock. The opening chorus "The Lord Reigneth" will be featured by solo work by Marian Eliason, Genevieve .Estergard, Esther Jacobson, Netha Carr and Lilly Sorenson. "Gethsemane" by the choir and "Calvary," recitative and obligato by Gladys Lomen and the choir follow. "A Whisper of Hope" is a vocal duet by Helen Wetterling and Glodys Lomen. "Dawns the New Day" by Dagny Hoirup, Elsie Jacobson, the boys' chorus and choir begins the second part of the cantata. Maxine Christensesn has the solo work in the selection "Hail to the King" which is followed by "The King Comes Forth," by the choir. The grand finale of the song service comes with ."The Redeemer Triumphant" in which Helen Lomen sings with the choir, "The King of Glory" and "The Resurrection and the Life," by the choir. Preceding the song service will be the processional, the opening response, a prayer by the Rev H. O. Urness and the offertory. Dagny Hoirup will play a violin solo "Batiste" during offertory Reading from left to right in the choir are: Bottom row, Bernice Osness, Paul Anderson, Klare McCormick, Helen Lomen, Kathleen Estergard Edyth Anderson, Irene Olson, David Swift, Warren Jensen James McCormick; second row, Margaret Swift' Bynum Jacobson, Doris Jensen, Marlus Osness Lorraine Asbe, Allen Thompson, Harris Dellabough Leona Eliason, Wallace Thompson; third row Delmer Jacobson, Victor Jensen, Elizabeth Gardner Christine Peterson, Lilly Sorenson, Arleen Thompson, Maxine 'Christensen, Marian Eliason, Richard Brager, Mrs. McCormick, director; back row Elsie Jacobson, Marie Peterson, Marian Peterson, Netha Carr, Genevieve Estergard, Annabelle Nielson Esther Jacobson, Gladys Lomen, Dagny Hoirup,' and Helen Wetterling. Billy Kennedy is absent from the picture. SMOKELESS FRYING © . iceless refrigerators ' · horseless vehicles and so on -We now have smokeless frying -another modern improvement. Smokeless frying is achieved by the use of Amaizo Salad Oii in the fry pan. This is a salad oil of so high a quality that it impro.ves cooking as well as makes ;.better salads. ; So fine and delicate in quality that it does not scorch 'nor smoke readily when heated to frying temperature. You'll enjoy using it in , your kitchen. Your grocer has Amaizo Salad Oil -and the other Amaizo quality products, ; Clear Lake Briefs For Rent--Mod. house on Clara St. J. W. Pattie. Mr. and Mrs. O. A. King left Sunday for Minneapolis, Minn., where Mrs. King will remain for a three weeks' visit with her sister, Mrs. Anna Nelson. Mrs. Myron Stephsnsen and daughter, Jo Ann, are spending a week at the home of Mrs. Stephensen's mother, at Webster City. Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Bird have returned to their home on Division street after spending the winter in tho Rogers hotel.. air. -iKiJ-Mre.aHV-iiv^ Arocs-attd- daughter, Charlotte,. ''Mrs. A. -JT Cole and Mrs. Ida Hendricks spent Monday in Waterloo where they stopped at the Mrs. T. Trezanza home. Mrs. Fred Opel visited Monday with Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Havenhill near Charles City. Mr. and Mrs Havenhill are former Clear Lake residents. Miss Dorothy DeBruyn left Saturday for Des Moines where she will visit at the home of her aunt and grandmother. She plans to spend several days at Indianola as a guest of Mrs. Betty Buxton, a former Clear Lake teacher. She will be out-of-town during the entire spring vacation. Mrs. John Lungren plans to leave Thursday for a visit at the home of her mother, Mrs. Marie Jensen at Madison, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Don Wright, DuluMi, returned to their home Monday morning after spending a week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. O. T Hansen and with.other Clear Lake relatives. Mrs. Wright is a niece of BITES HELD FOB MRS. G. BARLOW Women's Relief Corps am Out-of-Town Relatives Are in Attendance. CLEAR LAKE, March 30.--Fu ncral services for Mrs. Charles F Barlow were held Sunday afternoon at the home, 115 North Elm street the Rev. J. R. Tumbleson, pasto of the Methodist church was in Jay afternoon after a^.,^,^ wi el weeks. Burial was made in the Clea Lake cemetery. ' ' " . Out-of-town relatives who attedrl ed the funeral included Mrs. Leona Ross, Slay ton, Minn.; Mrs. Willian Perry, Kenneth Perry, Mr. am Mrs. Ernest Merideth, Plover; Mrs Alice Noble, St. Paul, Minn. P. J Shaw and son, George, Plover, also attended the services. The Women'; Relief corps attended in a body. Mrs. D. E. Kenyon and Mrs A C. Runcie sang "It Is Well with My Soul" and "We Shall Sleep'- But-Not Forever." Pallbearers included Oscar Peterson, John Bohning, F. W Triplett, George Grimm, Andrew R Peterson and William Leitterman. Those surviving her death are her children: Prank Barlow, Clear Lake- Mrs. Leona Ross, Slayton, Minn and Mrs. Edna Pierie, Plover anc her husband. . Mrs. Hansen. Mr and Mrs. Myron Stephenscn and daughter, Jo Ann, have moved into one of the cottages at the Geist park for the season. Thev formerly lived in the S. R. Bird house, Division street. Mr. and Mrs. T. Argent moved Back to Hampton Monday. Mr. Argent is 'sales supervisor for tho Standard Oil company in this district. They have been living in one of the Rasmussen apartments, Main street. Mrs. John Fuller, 214 South Ouk street, is quite ill at the home o- her daughter, Mrs. Harry Cooksie 20 Sixteenth street northeast, Mason City. She is sufferipg- from throat infection and influenza. Mrs.. J. C. Mawhinney and Mrs. G. M. Leatch returned Saturdav from Des Moines where thev snent several days. Joe Powers, Jack ami DeWigg-ins drove to Des Monday. Richard Moines , Look-for the Amaizo name~and gingham background design "'" MAIZE-PRODUCTS CO. Mrs. Curtis Fisk and daughter, Dorothy, Chicago, arrived Honda" morning .for an extended visit at the home of Mrs. Fisk's parent- Mr, and Mrs. Hans Christiansen and Mr. Fisk's mother, Mrs. Grace Fisk. Mr. Fisk will arrive on May 1. for his vacation. Mrs. Fred Cedarholm, Ruthvcn, arrived Sunday for a short stay at the home of her sister, Mrs \ N Anderson, Division street. Miss Thyro Hansen left Saturdav for Spencer where she planned to visit over the week-end before returning to her home at Rothsay Minn., for the Easter vacation Miss Crtesle Tjosen returned to her home at Spencer after spending several days at the home of her sister, Mrg. R. E. McFarlane, State street. Chickagami Camp Fire to Have Birthday Fete CLEAR LAKE, March 30.--Invitations have been issued by the Chickagami Camp Fire for a birthday party to be held Wednesday evening; at the library clubrooms., 7-11 ^- L commem °rate the twentieth birthday for the national organization and the .third birthday for the local group." ' To Give Scouts Prizes fo? Best Birdhouses CLEAR LAKE, March 30 ^A f om P osed °« Stanley r ,, ',, ' ' Kenn edy and Jens Wind has been appointed by Sam Kennedy, Jr., president of the Commercial club, to co-operate with the scoutmasters of the city in the selection of a number of prizea for the scouts participating in the birdhouse building contest. When comp eted the bird houses will be displayed in the windows of the Fro.sL building, one door west from the First National bank building. Strohm, Clinton, Fire Marshal 4 More Years DES MOINES, March 3D. .T-The governor today announced the reappomtment of John W. Strohm of Clinton as tate fire niarshall for an additional four years-upon the expiration of his term, July 1, 1931. T*Vi*» rirvoiftnrt ~f, «_L -- i CLEAR LAKE CALENDAR Tuesday--Clear Lake Country club members have evening bridge party at the club. Wednesday--Lions club meets at the Soda Grill. Home Missionary society meets at the Methodist church in the afternoon. Home Improvement club meets at the home of Mrs. A. E. Carter, Ventura. Thursday--Rotary club meets at the I. O. O. F. hall. ., Twentieth Century club meets. Zion Ladies' Aid society meets at the Zion Lutheran church. oummer Cottages Are Purchased by Kra CLEAR LAKE, March 30.--Th "Mere Shack" and "Omaha" co; tages on the Camp Ground formerl owned by C. F. Keraus, Kleinmc have been purchased by Louis Kra] owner of the Krall Cash grocery North East street. Mr. Krall Wi take possession at once while Mi and Mrs. Keraus who had alread\ moved into the 4 "Mere Shack" fo the season will move to one of the; cottages at Ventura Heights. Rural Cluh Convenes. CLEAR LAKE, March 30.--Tlv Home Improvement club will mee Wednesday at the rural home o Mrs. A. E. Carter, Ventura MONDAY "The Man Who Came Back' ! TUESDAY _ WEDNESDAY "Birth of .a Nation" A- R I t T H E A T E CLEAR LAKE R MUCH GAS AFTER APPENDICITIS OPERATION "After an operation for appendicitis, I was full of gas all the time. One bottle Adlerika relieved me en- irely."--Mrs. Grace Riley. You can't get rid of gas doctor- ng the stomach. For gas stays in .he UPPER bowel. Adlerika reaches BOTH upper and lower bowel, vashing out poisons which cause fas, nervousness, bad sleep. Get it oday; by tomorrow you fee! re- ults. Huxtable Drug-Co. For free sam p to send 2c stamp to ADLERIKA CO. Dopt. HH, SI. Paul. MUi TROOP MEETING IN LINCOLN GYM Competition in Several Boy Scout Events to Be Feature. The plans for the joint troop meeting of troops 1, D, 6, 8, 16 and 18, to be held at the Lincoln school ?rym Monday evening are complete. Competition in the events and contests to be staged at this meeting will be keen. There will be several 'contests in which teams from each troop will be picked to compete. These teams will be so selected from the floor that it will not be possible for any troop to have a team already selected' for the contest. Points will be awarded in eoch contest. The opening ceremony will be in charge of troop 6 with W. Shannon Kollman as scoutmaster. The attendance part of the contest will be based on the percentage of enrollment of scouts and scouters in the troop. Thin Knot Relay · Eight scouts from each troop, under the direction of George Marolf, scoutmaster of troop 16, will compete in a knot tying relay. Either the square knot or the sheep shank knot will be used in this contest. After the teams have lined up on the floor, the knot to be used will be announced. An O'Grady drill contest, under the direction of the scout executive, will foe held with a team of six scouts from each troop competing. H. J. Blewett, troop 8, will then conduct a "Kim's Games Indoors" between teams of four scouts from each troop. The rescue race, in which the square knot will be used, will be run between teams of eight scouts each from each troop, under the direction of Milo Peterson scoutmaster troop 5. Each scout will be given a sheet on which will be 15 or more statements concerning scouting. Those are to be marked correct or inc.'r- rect and' passed in to the scvit executive. W. Shannon Kollman, scoutmaster troop 6. will then start the troop out on the cipher trail which willJast about 20 minutes First Aid Contest Harry Ytzen, scoutmaster troop 1, has worked out an interesting Eirst-aid contest which will be held between teams of five scouts from each troop. The closing ceremony will bo in charge of troop 1. Each scout has been requested to bring- a pencil and possibly a flashlight if he desires. Scc-.s and scouters are privileged to bring visitors to this meeting, altho thei- attendance will not be counted in the contest. Troops 3, 10, 11, 12 ana 13 will hold their joint meeting on Tuesday night at the Lincoln school. GUARDS!)!.]) RIFLE MATCH Company F. Shoots 2050 to Beat Headquarters Marksmen. Company F and Headquarters company of the Iowa National Guard held a rifla match Sunday in the indoor range at the armory, i-iftecn men from each company composed the teams. Company F was the winner by 22 points. Thev made 2,050 out of a possible 3.000 The gun used was army .22 caliber with sling. . Four positions were fired beside the two sighting shots allowed eac man. The positions were prone shots, standing D shots, sitting shots and kneeling 5 shots Sergeant McSweeney of Co. F was high man with 177. The on] possible of 50 points on one positio was shot by Lieutenant Hall o Headquarters company. Company 1 forfeited 32 points on a penalty. The scores: COM !· A XV 1*"""' I'ronc Kl'il- .S!t- Kn'l- v'lHf ins In IT ..·19 34 -17 17--17 . .4R 20 38 ai--M ..-19 .15 4.1 -- 1:1 ..-13 at sr, an--u . · 4 4 1C, Hi 41--11 ..-15 116 .17 42--I? . . 4 7 G 35 41--12 . .48 22 41! 37--15 ..·15 13 .11) 40--11 ..30 1.1 20 37--11 . .4B 35 3.- 27--LI ..·16 14 42 28--13 ..42 29 35 26 -- 13 ..28 3S 2.', -- J .40 8 43 ..!--in MnS\veeney, syl. Stevens, Corp. . ?ncll, corp. , .. rxilter. corp. .. F.aupitz, pvt. HumlKlon. BUI. Van Horn, lieut. Calclwell, set. . 3Rlicock, SRL ~oUins, set. , . . SfcKibbon. corn. ClnusQli, Kent. . \VaHcrs. s^t. . Amlerson, sgt. Shaffer, caiit. . Totals C'OMl'ANV . . Hutr. ]vt. . . . Anderson, pvt. IcynoMs, 5[U. Cornelius, sgt. . Johnson. Corp. Jartlgan. pvt. Somali, pvl. ., pvl. urington. pvt. IcynotrJs, corn. tall. llcul. . . . Total Corp. IK A I I (i IIA KTE n'sS, 'rone SIM- Sll- Kn'l The position carries v3,000 annually. a salary of hfs P r °P°sed fight with W. i Mission Society to Meet. CLEAR LAKE, March 30.-- Women's Home Missionary society will meet Wednesday afternoon at the. Methodist church. mite box opening and The fifth a program " Student Has Pneumonia. NORA SPRINGS--Edgar Carman, student at the state University at Iowa City who has been ill with influenza since last Wednesday, now has pneumonia. His father and mother, Mr. and Mrs C. E. Carman, with his uncle, Roy Scheckler. drove to Iowa City Sunday afternoon to be with him. He is in a hospital. Speaker Longworth says that organization of the next congress is c|!f ' . "·. "j.' FEDERAL, QUICK RELIEF FROM CONSTIPATION That is the joyful cry of thousands since Dr. Edwards produced Olive Tablets, the substitute for calomel. Dr. Edwards, a practicing physician for 20 years, and calomel's old- time enemy, discovered the formula for Olive Tablets while treating patients for chronic constipation and torpid livers. Olive Tablets do not contain calomel, just a healing, soothing vegetable laxative safe and pleasant No griping is the "keynote" of these little sugar-coated olive-colored tablets. They help cause the bowels and liver to act normally. They never force them to unnatural action. If you have a "dark brown mouth"--bad breath--a dull, tired feeling--sick headache--torpid liver --constipation, you should find quick, sure and pleasant results from one or two of Dr. Edwards Olive Tablets. Thousands take them every nlsrlit CUT RATE 6ROOE! SAVES YOU. MONEY HOME OF REAL BARGAINS . us Aave-yAut- grocery ana 1 ^ -..., save you money. Mr. Farmer:--Bring as your eggs--they buy more here.' 4 ' Prices Below Good for Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday Phone 1 1 2 - 1 1 3 - 1 1 4 30 E. State Free Delivery Crisco, 2 pounJ.s 35c I Crackers, l(». caddy 25c 2oc Catsup, large bottles, 2 for 25c I Big 4 Soap, 10 bars 29c EAT VEGETABLES I'umnhin, ,N T n. a cups 10c 15c Pumpkin, 2 quart cans 25c Hominy, large cans ]0r Ifle Lima Beans, 2 c:uis- . . .25e Kidney Beans, per c n n . . . . l O c lOc linked Beans, 3 cuns...23: I8c Succotash, per can 15c Green String Beims, 2 cans 25c Wax String Bcunfl, 2 cans 25c Sweet I'otatjcs, ciin 15o Sauerkraut, No. 2 cans. ,.]()(· Spaghetti, per can lOu loc Sauerkraut, 2 cans... .23c Honey by Cultcs 15c Cut Rato Special Ten, '/i-lh. pkg 28c Everswcet Oleomargarine, 2 Ilis S Nut Meats, per 11) 58« JOo Jelly Powder, 4 pkgs...25u Rice, best grade, 5 Ibs 25c Salt, S-lfi. suck lOc Salt, 10-lb. sack 2«« Black \Vnlnut.s, 3, Ibs 25 English Walnuts, per 11) Zo Pop Corn, S Ibs 25c Dates, 2 Ibs a."u J5c Lye, 2 cans 2i« Green Tea, '/i Hi 2,"c Butternut Coffee, o i" 1-lb. can J D C Brown or Powdered .t HI'S.'.. wdered B 25c| Dry Linm Beans, 2 lls CHEESE Full Wisconsin Cream, per Ib. 17c Lilihy's Millc, H largo c:ins. .2nc| Macaroni, 3 Ibs 25c I lOc Crescent Noodles or Spaghetti, 3 pk(js 25c| Cocoanut Taffy Bars, per 11. 2So | Ginger Snaps or Fig Bnrs, 2 Ills 25(i I Marshmallows, per plg 10o ISc Currants, 2 pltg« 25: I Cod Fish, 1-lb. boneless. ..28o Minced CJnms, per cnn. .. .Z.lo Fish Flakes, per can 15c I'inlc Siiimon, Ib. can ]0c Snacks, per can lOc Ucd Boy Salmon, large.....1; lied Roso Salmon, 1 Hi. can 2!lc Tuna Fish, per can, I3c nncl 2Sc OH Sardines, 2 cans 2.1« PEABEKRV, bent' grade, Hi. OUT KATE SPECIAL, ih. . "n c NASH, per ». f COFFEE Corn, Peas, Tomatoes 12c Corn, cnn I (hi loo grade, 2 cans 2oi I8c grade, 2 cans 30c 20e grade, 2 cans sr: | ! 25(; grade, 2 cans 4)c j 25o Simi-Flusii, cnn Hie 1 Punciiko Flour, S'/j-lli. sack Hit; ! S5c U'hito Flour, 5-!l. sack 2!)c i Cocoa, best grade, 2 His 2Sc i Peanut Butter, per II) 13c Oranges, 2 dozen ..' 25o. I .Green Tea Sittings, 1 I b . . . l 9 c | Raisins, 2 Ibs 25ol Oyster Shells, 100-lb. b!ig..fl!iej Matches, G largo boxes inc. C:unp. Tomato Soup, 3 cans 25c Pure Cider Vinegar, per gill. 35c lOc Kitchen Cleanser, 4 for !85c Olives, plain or stuffed JOc 250 lobby's Mix. Fruit, can 21c Strawberries, per can 25: Mop Sticks, good ones l.v. Mivrshmallows, Ib. · ]OB Brooms 4flc, 5()(% fi!l; EASTER SPECIAL IOWANAHAMS per Ib.... 22c up to an all-wise Providence. That ~,.v c ^uisuj . win certainly be an innovation.- Thousand., take them every nlg-Iit I 30 KAST STATE STREET '^^S'S^'p^^^lKSlly:^^^^;^. Pears or Green Gage Plums Largo No. zy t -IQ cans - 1 if C S Bolls Toilet Puner Peaches or Apricots, largo No. 2y t cans.. Prunes, 3 lls Prunes, 2 If is Primes, 2 UIK C. E. RUSH. Pro,). me uecroic Tigers last week he has told them so Kns mail · -. · · · ; · · ' JAIL RECORD IS HELD BY MURPHY Man Arrested by Police Has Been at Leavenworth and Anamosa. Officers from Cedar Rapids were to return Robert L. Murphy alias, Vance Robbins, arrested here Friday morning in connection with a car stolen Wednesday from Cedar Rapids, to Cedar Rapids Monday afternoon. The record received by the police department from tlie bureau of identification at Washington showed Murphy to have served several terms in reformatories. Between 1915 and 1910 he WAS arrested several times in Cedar Rapid;! for larceny. Arrested at Cedar Rapids. In 1920 he was arrested at Cedar Rapids for breaking and entering and was sentenced to the Iowa Training School for Boys at Eldora. - In 1922 he was received at the li 's reformatory at Anamosa for a li/e year sentence for larceny. Ho-was sent to Anamosa again in 1826 on a five year term for receiving stolen property. He was received from Jackson county. Confessed to Violation. In 1929 he was arrested at Des Moines and confessed to violation of the Dyer act. He was sentenced to one year at Leavenworth. Police arrested Murphy as lie came from the Venice cafe. When asked if he was driving the automobile parked on the street Murphy declared he was not and said he was on his way to the railroad to.catf a freight out of town. Keys in;lii pocketa, however, fitted the car'an, he was taken to the police atatlori; Garner Student Honored fl by Coe College SororitjVj* GARNER, March 30.--Miss Edj0'«' Kmiupp, daughter of Mr. and Mrtjl George Knaupp, who live a rhtil east of here was given a recognltlbiTM pin at Coe college by Alpha Gamriia Delta sorority as the pledge coii sidered LL; most outstanding. Alt this meeting Edna's sister, Esther Knaupp, teacher at Rockford, spoke,! for the alumnae and MIsg RufcyJ-l Knaupp, teacher at Fort Madison! I was t a guest at the formal dinner'] dance given in the Chamber bii Commerce by the Theta Nu Bpsilon *' fraternity. At this formal, Mrsjt* Wahlert, housemother and widow of, ! a former Hancock county sheriff,' was a chaperon, together with Lieu-tenant aiid Mrs. Statin Rail ah*si' Professor and Mrs. A. W. Meyer. ?si ^ A PILE SUFFERERS^ You can only get quick and per«'' bl manent relief by removing theP( £ cause--congestion of blood in . thePl 1 lower bowel and a weakening of the* ^ parts. Nothing but an Internal medl^ ai cine can do this--that's why cuttingigi and salves fail. Dr. J. S. Leonhardt^ ' discovered a rea! internal Pile rem-S^ cdy. After prescribing It for l.OOffQ' 5 patients with success in 960 cases rDil!3 he named it HEM-ROID. Druggists"* 0 everywhere sell it, and Michael . Drug Co. guarantees money-back If HEM-ROID tablets do not end '··· Piles in any form. and IF; It 12 Pan Rolls for D e l i a £ o u « GRANDMOTHER'S Pan Rolls! Twelve Rolla for only 7 cent*. Try them th£a week. Got a dozen. Servo piping hot. Remombor --only 7 oenta for a full dozen at AP Food Storei. _ . COFFEE \/ i eaai WEEK Values Mild and mallow ond Am«ricn'« lorfloif lolling brand of quality coffoe. RED CIRCLE u.23c Rich and full.bodied BOKAR . faquhtfly and flavorful Monte Coffee Maxwell House Folger's Coffee Chase Sanborn'a ,»««·,, . . . u*. 4l c LetAP Coffee Service give you better coffee at lets cost u». 4 o c MB. «J 43a MILK Borden's Bagle Brand Con- denscd Milk Evaporated O TALL CANS 22c Clicquot Club Ginger Ale lona Brand Lima Beans PAtE OR/ 3 BOmes Red Beans . 4 3 NO. 2 CANS CANS 25c VAN CAMP'S Bean Hole Beans . . . . . 2 CANS 23c Oxydol or Chipso Icr 19c GOLD MEDAL PKG. 25 Food Stores M I D D L E W E S T E R N D I V I S I O N _,, , Tlln Crojir AlTuntrr nTi.l PoMB,. T--, rv-i-r, ___ n d a y s opponents for the Yanks, · PRONE 888 lost. VPflr whilr- Jn^ ...«^,,.rli . i,. T J P I I __

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