The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on April 30, 1936 · Page 7
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April 30, 1936

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

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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, APRIL 30 1936 SEVEN M 1 Mrs. Clausen Buried. DECORAH -- Funeral services were held for Mrs. Marie Clausen, 81, who died last week at her home on Fifth avenue, following- a long illness. The Rev. T. A. Hoff officiated at the services, which were held in the First Lutheran church. "Moving Day" SALE MOVING D / F O R s! It's asking a lot to sell such smart spring hats at such extreme reductions, but new summer merchandise is crying for room--so here goes! HATS WORTH UP TO $3.00 Buy a beautiful hat worth up to $3.00. Pay only $1.00. Choose from new brims, Bretons, Sailors and Turbans in headsizes for everyone. Colors are black, brown, navy, grey, red, etc. Style Shoppe . . . State and Federal . . . Come Early! RAPE FAILS TO COLLECT SALARY Killed on Eve of Pay Day $50 to Be Sent .to Wife and 2 Children. DBS MOINES, (IP)--Highway Patrolman Oran Pape, if he had no died Wednesday night stopping bandit's bullet, would have collecte a $50 pay check Thursday--hal his monthly salary. The highway patrol office sai the check would be sent to his wife and two children. The Highway Patrolmen's Benefi association also will send his fam ily a check for $250 as soon as a specialt^assessment is made on hi brother officers. The benefit association, starta in March when patrolmen agreed to pay $1 a month each into a com mon fund so that death benefit of 5250 each could be paid officers only has $156 dollars in it now. The highway patrol office sail that under the Iowa workmen's compensation law Mrs. Pape wil receive 60 per cent of her slain husband's salary for 300 weeks." Wilson to Give Address. WEST UNION--George A. Wilson, state senator, and a candidate for the republican nomination fo: governor, will address a publii meeting in West Union, May 4 sponsored by the Young Republican club of Fayette county. State issues will be discussed. Tomorrow Is MAY DAY Order Your May Baskets from Greenhouse PHONE 55 25c to $5.00 See Our Downtown Window Display GLIDDEN'S SPEEDWALL GLIDDEN'S FLAT-WALL PAINT WASHABLE GLIDDEN'S FLORENAMEL Hard Finish Semigloss Wall Paint Washable $2.19 Gallon 69c Quart $3.10 GALLON $2.98 GALLON WELLWORTH VARNISH STAIN 74c Quart WALL « PAPER CLEANER 4-inch PAINT BRUSH Wonder Wail Washing Powder GLIDDEN'S VELVO-GLO HYGIENIC - KALSOMINE 39c Five Pound Package $3.39 GALLON UNOLEUM LACQ Dries in 30 Minutes WELLWORTH FLAT WALL PAINT $1.19 Quart 67c Pint SPONGES 35 Cent Value Heavy Braced ~ STEP LADDER GLIDDEN'S GENERAL PURPOSE VARNISH JAP-A-LAC FOUR HOUR ENAMEL $1.29 Quart 69c PINT WELLWORTH FLOOR ENAMEL 67c Quart $2.39 GALLON 69 Cents Quart 27 EAST STATE THE STORE SEARS MOVED NEXT TO Truck Derails Three Freight Cars Near Austin Three freight cars were derailed and u truck was demolished when they came together at a grade crossing a mile and a hull' north of Austin, but Carl HulJari, Minneapolis, driver of (he truck, escaped with minor injuries. 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Glidden Spar will beautify and protect any inside or outside surface; Act now--use the coupon. F R E E Book! 16 color pages of painting information. See page 15 for var- nisbing hints. Get your free copy, today! Tills i-niiiii;n a'Ml Ir mtilir? nip (' cniiiit on :i larccr ciUi. Otll.V I can In Store Sears Moved Next to DICKINSON SAYS DOG FOOD EATEN Adds to Senate Speech on Scarcity Program of New Deal. DES MOINES, (.T)--Scowling- at a can of dog food labeled "Fit for Human Food," which stood on his ciesk. Sen. L. J. Dickinson (R-Iowa) asserted Thursday that "despite reports to the contrary," millions of pounds of such food are being consumed by human beings. His comment was an elaboration of hig senate speech earlier in the week in which he said the administration's "scarcity program" had forced poor persons to eat dog food "unfit even for dogs to eat," and assailed what he said was non-enforcement of the pure food laws. "Fit for Humans." Dickinson, regarded as a republican presidential possibility, said on his brief stop in DCS Moines Thursday as he prepared to launch liis campaign for renomination to the senate, that many dog foods are labeled fit for human consumption. "My proposition." he explained, "is that the government be required to inspect all dog foods because of the possibility of Uicir going into human consumption." The white-haired Iowa senator said information he had obtained indicated that about 100,000,000 pounds of the annual output of dog foods was consumed by human beings, "statements to the contrary notwithstanding." Had to Catch Train. In the senate, Senator Byrnes (DS. Car.), an administration leader, poked fun at some of Dickinso.Vs remarks. Dickinson was reported to have left the senate chamber a short time later. Asserting that "I've never been run off the senate floor by a democrat or anyone else." Dickinson said Thnisday he left when he did "because it was three minutes to four and I had to catch a 4:30 train tor Iowa." Dickinson said he plans to return to Washington for senate action on the tax bill and then will come back tc Iowa to campaign. Mrs. Julia Racier of Nora Springs Is Dead NORA SPRINGS--Mrs. Julia Rader, 81, died Wednesday afternoon at her home here. She had been in poor health for some time and suffered a stroke. Funeral services will be held Friday afternoon at 1 o'clock at the home. The Rev. eorge D. Gaidc of the II. E. church will officiate. Burial will be at Rudd. Surviving are two daughters, Mrs. Goldic Sheckler of Waterloo and Miss Margaret Radcr at home. 200 Gallons of Wine Are Reported Stolen COUNCIL BLUFFS, (.I 1 ) -- Two hundred gallons of wine valued at S300 was stolen from a government licensed winery here Wednesday night. M. E. Wyatt. proprietor, told sheriff's officers Thursday. Thieves dumped wine from five gallon containers into large barrels and escaped in a light delivery truck while member;, of the Wyatt family were downtown. To Work in Cedar Fulls. NEW HAMPTON _ William C. Hearst, advertising manager of the New Hampton Tribune-Gazette for the past three months, resigned effective May 1 to join the advertising staff of the Cedar Falls Daily News which issues its first paper Friday. Teachers Arc Elected. COULTER--Instructors re-elected in the Coulter public school for the coming year include Superintendent F. B. Elledge;- intermediate. Miss Thelma Riggert, Allison. Teachers who will replace the Misses Gwendolyn Graves and Theresa Peterson who have obtained positions elsewhere are, seventh and eighth grades, Miss Lucetta Anderson, Dows; primary. Miss Marcia Hickock, Ventura. o -SnxcLVt (31pLpLa/LLL \ 5 South Federal Are. Here's News! . . . All Better CO ATS -d SUITS REDUCED! 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