The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on April 2, 1931 · Page 21
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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 21

Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, April 2, 1931
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Federal Agents Grab 2 Tons of Narcotics . .NEW YORK, April 2. (ff)--Federal Attorney SIcdalie announced to- day a squad of federal agents had raided an office in Greenwich Village, seizing between one and two tons of narcotics. The contraband was valued roughly at $1,120,000 a ton. HolsteinMilk Unequalled for Food Values What physician does not recommend Pure MILK. It is a body builder! It adds to the years of your life. It fills you with pep and vigor. It's the most satisfying Drink of all! It's the baby's favorite food from the minute it enters Into this world. Schermerhorn Farms RAW OR PASTEURIZED Mil* PHONE 988 VISITORS ALWAYS WELCOME IOWA GILT EDGE BRAND , FANCY CREAMERY BUTTER A Mason City Churned Butter for Particular People Churned every day from sweet pasteurized cream. Try it and you will agree with us that it surely is. Ask for it by name and help Mason City industries. If Your Grocer Does Not Have It Insist on It Specials for Friday and Saturday SMOKED HAMS, IOWANAS, 12 to 14-!b. average, whole or half, per Ib. 23c BREAD, PURITY, none better, per loaf ! f c HARDWATER CASTILE SOAP, 4 bars 25c RED PITTED CHERRIES, 30c size !!!!!!!!!! 19u PEACHES, large size can, per can 17c PURITAN MALT, per can .'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. Me FREE! Cake and Pastry Server Beautiful Chromium-plated with 2 TOPS from packages of GOLD MEDAL CAKE FLOUR Special! I'kgs. For 49c Send your Tops to Gold Medal Products Co., Minneapolis, Minn. WHEATIES Crispy, Crunchy Whole-Wheat Flakes Special 2 for 23c KRAUT,. BULK, 2 quarts 1 c CARROTS, fresh, 4 bunches '.'.'.'.'.'.'.','.'Z5c ORANGES, nice and juicy, 2 dozen . . . . skc LETTUCE, head, large size, 3 for .... 9^ FANCY COOKIES, Pure Milk Chocolate, per'lb..'.'.'.' '.2Sc AI PLES, Ganos, Ealinp or Cooking, per peck 59 C TRY US -- WE SATISFY OLSON KOSSACK GROCERY PHONE 1800 G18 SOUTH FEDERAL AVE. STUDENTS MOURN GRID LEADER Silent, disconsolate groups of Notre Dante university students such us that pictured above gathered around campus bulletin boards to reud of the tragic death of Coach Knutc Kockne, who was killed in an airplane crash in Kansas. Corn Belt Joint Stock Land Bank Chartered at Taylorville, Illinois WASHINGTON, April 2. (m--rue farm loan board announced today a charter had been issued for a new jomt stock land bank to be known as "The Corn Belt Joint StocTc Land Bank of Taylorville/' with its principal offices at Taylorville, Illinois. The new bank is to begin business immediately, with a subscribed capital stock of $25,000 and an authorized loan territory in Illinois anc Iowa. FRIDAY AND SATURDAY SELLING MAGIC WASHER '' MADE IN IOWA Large 27 Ounce Package 19o Peaches; Sliced or Halves, l 35c EInora Sugar Corn; 3 No. 2 Tins 25e Cool Spring Tomatoes; 3 No. 3 tins ... 2fc Pumpkin; 2 No.| 3 (ins loc Milford Fancy Slioepeg Corn; No. 15 tin I7e Orange Bninil Sugar Peas; 2 No. 2 tins 19c Plymouth Cut Green or Wax Beuns; 2 No. 2 tlns...!.25c Plymouth Diced Carrots or Mix. Vcgctbls., 2 No. 2 tins 25c Campbell's Pork and Kc:tns; 2 tins 15o Plymouth Cut Beets; No. 2 tins 10c Happyvale Pink Salmon, £° f TM d . , tins :.. 23c Franco-American Spaghetti; 2 tall tins Wa Haivkeye Assorted Preserves; largo 82 o/., jar 25e Welch's Grapeiade; full pound jar Iflc \yindmill Sulacl Dressing, 1000 Isi. or Spread, pint jars 2So Longhorn Cream Cheese; x'ery mild, pound 2lo Pabst-Elt or Vclvctta; package 19 C Sunshine Krispy or Graham Crackers; 2 pound caddv 25c Chocolate Covered Cherries; pound box ' 23c Brooms; Dandy fl Tie, each '.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.45c 35c Florida Gold Grapefruit, 2 No. 2 lins GOLD MEDAL 07 CAKE FLOURJC Fruit-Gel; All Flavors, 5 Packages 25c Old Glory macaroni or Spajrretti; 8 packages 15c Table Cooking Salt; 10 pound sack 15 U Northern Tissue; H largo, rolls 23 n Sunshine Fancy Fig Bars; 2 pounds ,..%~ic Monogram Dates; 8 oz, package '.'. niuple Sweet Pickles; quart jars !."!.S5o Quaker Oats; Quick or Kcgular; large package 21e Ill-Line Sash Cord Clothes Une; 50 feet 23c Kcllogg's Cereals (Measuring Cup Free) iuiy 2 pltgs. 25c Carnation Milk, 3 tall or 6 small tins 25c Ked Bag Coffee; 8 pounds, 57o; pound. I!)c Fotger's, Hills', Nash's and Butternut Coffee; ll. tins ".Sflc Chipso or Oxydol; large package 1 Be Super Suds; 3 packages .' use Piilmolivc Beads;^niako real suds, 3 packages ttfie Sal Soda; 2 large packages ". . l(5c Kino Barrel Soap; full pound jars, 3 for 23e Sani-Flush; large can I0c I.:i France; for your clothes; 3 packages 25c Lux Toilet Soap, 4 Large Bars 25c -P0WD. OP BROWN SUGAR, 4 Pounds Robb Ross Pancake Flour, '^f. 4 . ."'... 23c Bfncic or White Coofting Figs; 2 pounds.. ........ 2ic Great Northern Navy Bcims; 2 pounds .......... i!!lSc Fancy Blue Kosc Rice; 2 pounds ................. , i ! l f l p , Fanr-i Fresh Balk Cocoa; 2 pounds ............... '. '. lOc Cocoanut; fresh hulk, pound ..................... . ] 'gii; JOIho Macaroni; 2 pounds ..................... i ! ! ' ' 15«s Seedless Katsins; 4 pound sactc ......... .......... .3lc. Fancy Fresh Apricots; pound ......... "Me- Santa Clara Prunes ; ·! Ibs ........... '..'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. '. . ] .2i5c Van Camp's Ketchup, LulS 5 u .°':..... 25c Floridji Grapefruit; extra large size, 3 for ........ !!)· Head r^cttuce; nice solid heads; 2 for ............. " ]3u Bananas; that real hody builder; S pounds ......... .'. [iflc Oranges; large Sunklst; dozen .................. ,' .' .nyc Spinach; for your health, 2 pounds ............... . . '. ja c ' Apples; for eating or cooking, 4 pounds ........... 25r New Texas Cabbage; pnniKl ..................... ', " 3,'. Fresh California Carrots; 2 lunche,s ......... Caulif!o\vcr;large hauls, each ............. '..'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. %oi: Piggly Wiggly Flour, $1.19' --MEAT DEPARTMENT= BKICF ROAST, Pound BEEF STEAK, Pound 14c 24c HAMBURGER, 2 Pounds PORK SAUSAGE, 2 Pounds 19c 23c COURSHON SUES MRS, BREWER ON TIRES CONTRACT Alleges $5,086 Due Firm on Sale of Firestone ai\d Agency Here. An action for a total of 55,086 on three different counts was filed in the office of the clerk Thursday by the L. P. Courshon company against Helen M. Brewer, proprietor of the Brewer Tire and Battery shop and former bus line operator here. The plaintiff alleged this amount is due in settlement of the alleged transfer of the North Delaware one-stop service station and the Firestone tire franchise to Mrs. Brewer last December and follows a decision in equity court of some months ago when Judge C. H. Kelley held for the defendant on a suit for specific performance. · Sola for $7,370, Claim. The present petition, prepared by Attorney D. R. Boomhower, alleges ttiat the Courshon firm on Oct. 31, 1930, sold to the defendant'the station and the Firestone agency for an inventory .price of $7,370.29 and ?2,000 for good will. A check for 52,000 was drawn up and placed in escrow at a local bank, pending the termination of the contract, which was partly oral and partly written, according to the petition. The petition alleges further that the defendant took possession of the station and the equipment and ordered the telephone changed to her name. On Dec. 15, three days after she took possession, the-petition alleges, Mrs. Brewer notified Mr. Courshon she would not pay the $7,370.29 and refused to release the check in escrow ^and has since refused to pay the alleged contract price, while at the same time holding the Firestone agency, which was turned over to her. Asks For Difference. The Courshon company then alleges it notified Mrs. Brewer it would resell the business she did not take possession of and bring action against her for the difference. The one-stop service station business was sold for $4,886.01, (.he petition continues. The difference between the original alleged contract price of $7,370.29 or $2,474.28 constitutes the first count of the action. Count two is $612.50 in rent, which the Courshon company alleges Mrs. Brewer failed to pay on the one-stop station from Dec. 11 thru January, February and March. In addition to this the plaintiff asks to receive the .$2,000 check, which was held in escrow and which was to have been paid for good will This constitutes count three. KIWANIANS HEAR TALK ON EASTER Crucifixion Significance Is Stressed in Address by Redenbaugh. Stressing the -significance of the crucifixion, the Rev. Robert M. Redenbaugh, rector of St. John's Episcopal church, gave an Easter message at the meeting of the Kiwanis club Thursday noon in Hotel Hanford. There is much published about Christ, he pointed out, and modern scholarAlp has made Jesus better known than ever before. In one respect, however, the rector continued, this scholarship has failed to give proper emphasis. This scholarship has given a. clear and well defined picture of the human side of Jesus but neglects the crucifixion as difficult to understand. Should Bo Understood. Theology should not make the crucifixion difficult to understand. Its significance should be appreciated by everyone, the speaker went on. The Rev. Father Redenbaugh then outlined the words o£ Christ when spoken from the cross, stressing their significance and pointing out that while they were few in number they had a vital bearing on life. He also spoke of the faithfulness of Mary, mother of Jesus. Altho Carlyle had accused civilization of talking too much, there is one subject on which much should be said, the rector declared. This is on the birth of Christianity, which deserves many noble orations. Mrs. Bennett Sings. Mrs. W. L. Bennett sang a solo with lira. Earl Ehlers 'playing the accompaniment. W. J. Pagcnhart. newly elected councilman, was introduced. H. W. Cost, representative of tlio Civic Music service, spoke in behalf of the local Civic Music association membership campaign. Ho pointed out that junior memberships were available for one-half the price ot an adult membership. The Rev. W. H. Spence introduced the persons who had parts on the program. Evron M. Karges. boys work- secretary at the Y. M. C. A., announced plans for the hobby show on April 8, 9 , 3 0 and 11. current style of examination is no more than a memory .test. The universities are seeking a method for measuring the student's ability in creative work, and to apply aptly the knowledge gained in the classroom. Way to Test Students Knowledge Aside From Regular Exams .Sought IOWA CITY, April 2.--A national movement to discover a method of testing students' knowledge superior to the traditional examinations is receiving the co-operation of -University of Iowa faculty officials. With representatives of eight other large universities, Iowa participated in a conference this week n Chicago. Delegates were present from Yale, Michigan. Ohio State, Minnesota, Columbia and Wisconsin. It was the agreement that the · Pageant to Be Given. MANLY, April 2.--An Easter pageant, 'The Cross oE Glory" will be given at the Lutheran church Sunday night. The Junior Luther league will be the choir and character parts will be taken by members of the senior league. About 40 will be In the pageant. MAN BURNED TO DEATH IN AUTO Harve Kimmel, Well-Known Oil Man, Was Brother of Candidate. FALLS CITY, Nebr., April 2. W) --Harve Kimmel, well known Hiawatha, Kans., oil man, was burned to death today on the Falls Clty- Hiawatha highway when his automobile caught fire. Kimmel, brother of Jere Kimmel of Robinson, Kans., who was a candidate for lieutenant governor of Kansas on the democratic ticket, was alone in the car. Mitchell Faculty Gives t Play for Large Crowd MITCHELL, April 2--Tha faculty play, "Deacon Dubbs," sponsored by the P. T. A., was played to a full house. Many fromOsage and St. Ansgar attended. NATIONAL COFFEE WEEK AT AP FOOD STORES Buy the World's Greatest Coffees at Special Low Prices , No finer coffees are grown than the blends of Eight O'clock, Red Circle and Bokar and these famous blends are bought by the greatest number of coffee drinkers. Eight O'clock 19" A. MILD AND MELLOW COFFEE LB. (PRICE A YEAR AGO, ZSc) WATCH THE GOOD COOKS flocking to A P stores these days. Why? They've found A P Coffee Service gives them better coffee at lower prices --and there are three extra special blends to choose from. Remember, "tht coffee you like best is tht best, no matter ·what it costs". RED CIRCLE ; . u. 23c RICH AND FULUBODIED BOKAR , . . Ls.27c EXQUISITE AROMA AND FLA YOU T H 6 C O R F E E T R I O -- f o r Easter Fresh Eggs . DOZ. 17 IONA Tomatoes No. 2 CANS 3 for 25c Red Beans I :»_ D _ _ _ _ IONA Lima aeons BRAND NO. 2 CANS , ANNPAGE.CURBANT OR GRAPE 7-OZ. JAR Jelly Pickles String Beans N O .'? N CANS Ea. lOc O.UA RT NO. 2 CAN Dei Monte Peas Tomato Soup campion's 2 for 15c Sanka Coffee . . LB. 59 C Block Salt . no in. , N L O C K Ginger Ale 3 *rs 50c Fruits FRUIT FOR SALA0--APRICOTS -PINEAPPLE--CHERRIES-GRAPEFRUIT--FIGS--PRUNES 8-OZ. TIN 1O C COFFEE Del Monlc Ib. 40c Maxwell House Jb. 37c Folgcr's Ib. -13c Chase Sanborn's (Dated) . Ib. 41c VEGETABLES--FRUIT Head Lettuce, Large Heads . 3 for 25c New Cabbage Ib. 4c Florida Oranges . . . . 10 Ibs. 50c Fresh Strawberries, Tomatoes, Turnips, Green Onions, Radishes, Carrots, Parsnips You can send a letter across the country for two cents because no individual need pay much for a service which many support with their pennies. Lit ems f you can bay the best food at Ai3P slorejfora liulf because is the food buyer for millions of people. AP AP Food Stores " M I D D L E W E S T E R N D I V I S I O N The Great Atlantic and Pacific Tea Company

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