The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on April 3, 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, April 3, 1931
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APRIL 3 1931 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE F, L. JOHNSON BEING SOUGHT Mason City Man Disappears; Officers Helping in Search. Relatives are searching for F. L.. Johnson, 629 South Carolina avenue, who has been missing since Tuesday morning. Mr. Johnson, who is 58 years old, was last seen at a local bank, at which time ha. wore a dark overcoat, Scotch cap and overalls. He bad dark curly hair and brown eyes and was of medium height. Mr. Johnson has lived ,In Mason City about four years, during which time he has worked as a common laborer in various parts of the city. He and his family moved here from Floyd, previous to which time he lived southeast, of Charles City. Those searching for the missing man include his wife and a daughter, Florence, who lives at home and two sons, Melvin Johnson, living at Rockwell, and L. *?. Johnson, Rockford. ' Mr. Johnson had not been able to procure continuous employment the last few months, but did not appear despondent and members ct his family do not believe he could have left because of that'situation When he left the house Tuesday morning he told Mrs. Johnson to wait about taking out the rugs to clean until he came back to help Local officers have been notified of the disappearance of Mr. Johnson and are assisting tne family in the search. Mr. Johnson is believed to have had only about §1 in money when he left. Girl Who Gives All for Family Heroine of Great New Serial CITY BRIEFS Eat your Sunday dinner, 13 to 2, at the Home Tea Room. Roast chicken and dressing, fried chicken or steaks, 75c. Chicken dinner Saturday evening. Never compromise In the matter of the quality of your food. For satisfaction and economy always select the best grade, such as I-H flour, which is absolutely pure; It has been written, and in a noted book at that, that shall give up his mother and father for a wife. That was back in the old Biblical days. It still holds good at present. But with the changing times, with woman taking the position she has in modern business, that same problem is presented her also. Nothing has been written, however, to show her the way. The' good book does not say that a girl shall give up her dependents for a husband. Story Heroine. Mary Vaughn, heroine of the Globe-Gazette's great new aerial story, "Love, Preferred," which begins April 7, has that problem to face. A business girl, attractive, ef-- flcient, but with a slightly over-developed sense of duty to her family, plays the "head of the house" in her little family circle. A widowed mother, two younger brothers, and a sister to whom all the best things are given, these are her burdens. She faces them with a smile, of course, for Mary is a sweet, unselfish sort. But must this eternal giving-up- for-othera continue always? Is she to have no opportunities for romance of her own? Mary's problem is one many a girl in business has to solve. Mrs. Edna Robb Webster, author of "Love, Preferred," finds the answer for her. Moved by Problem. Mrs. Webster has known many Marys in her life. And Because she was moved by their common problem she has undertaken to write this masterful story of a New York business girl. She presents her in her native setting, a girl loving her work and her home, but with a wistful, far-away dream of romance that may some day come to her also. The story of Mary Vaughn will give you a new Insight into the life of the girl In business. It begins Tuesday, April 7, in jie Globe-Gazette. Mrs. Clara Ullom Seeking Divorce Mrs. Clara M. Ullom in a petition for divorce filed in the office of the clerk Friday, alleges that her husband, Charles Ullom, Is cruel and Inhuman. The petition states they were married at Ames in 1924 and lived together until March 1, 1931. Mrs. Ullom asks 5100 a month alimony and the care and custody of two minor children. ACCESS TO LAKE SHORE SOUGHT Writ of Mandamus Asked in Action Filed Against Supervisors. The Cerro Gordo county supervisors, F. G. Root, G. L. Fe deity and W. D. Glbgon, are named as defendants in an action orot by Charles Fooa, A. L. Kirby, C. F. Crane anc Charles Kltz, asking for a writ of mandamus requiring the board to remove obstructions and opening the highway into Bayslde and Oak- woodiavenues at Bayside, permittin; the public to reach the shore o: the lake.. The petition, which was filed in the office of the clerk Friday morn ing alleges, that on May 1, ; 1925 the supervisors took action per mittlng obstructions to be erecte on the highway. About all you can .say for capital punishment is that it makes a murder trial more exciting.--Fountain Inn Tribune. Banquet for Three Clubs Is Planned by Mason City Y's Men " Members of Y's Men's clubs a Albert Lea, Minn., and Waterlo will be invited to a banquet spon sored by the local Y's Men's clu ·oil April 23, it was decided at th meeting of the Mason City organ zation Thursday night in the Y. J/ C. A. The banquet will be held 1 the Y. M. C. A. As a special feature of the Ban ST. PAUL MAN GETS 30 DAYS ON CHARGE OF "FIVE ACE" GAME ST. PAUL, April 3. ticipatioh In an alleged "five ace" game brot Otto Burns of St. Paul a 30 day jail sentence today. He was arrested on complaint of V. M. Spirk of Wilber, Nehr., who told police he lost $207 in a "crooked poker game." Burns' wrist was broken as he fell down a flight of stairs when Spirk chased him. President of Tennessee Company Indicted for False Representations LOUISVILLE, Ky., April S. /P-Rogers Caldwell, president of Caldwell and company, Nashville, Term.,, was indicted by the Jefferson county grand jury here today, charged with making false representations in negotiating for the merger of his company with Bancokenttlcky. quet displays of activities carried on by the club in the boys' department of the Y. M. C. A. will be shown. This will be In charge of the world outlook and boys' work committees. Roger Patton gave a report on the first birthday party held by the Albert Lea Y's Men's club at Alber Lea recently. This was attended by Mr. Patton, Francis DeSart and John Simon from the local club. The business program followed the serving of dinner. AIRY FAIRY CAKE FLOUR 2% -Pound Package Each Package Guaranteed 19c SAM RAIZES DEPARTMENT STORE 215 S. Federal Ave. Phone 434 Every move counts when you use Kitchen Klemer and cleaning worries' are soon over.] Lillian Leitzel's Ashes Brot Home by Husband NEW YORK, April 3. (/P)--The ashes of Lillian Leitzel, circus acrobat killed in a trapeze fall In Copenhagen Feb. 13, were brot to this country today by her husband, Alfredo Cardona, who arrived on the Mauretania. The ashes will be sent to the home of Cardona'3 parents, near Long Beach, Cal. CARD OF THANKS We wish to express our sincere appreciation to the neighbors and friends for their help and sympathy during the illness and death of our husband and father. Mrs. Borchers and Justus. MAYTAG EMPLOYES GUESTS AT DINNER A. W. Peterson of the Fort Dodge ' M a y t a g ' company, entertained the members of the Cerro Gordo company at dinner Thursday evening at the Rendezvous cafe. Covers were placed for eight guests. Tun« In "J«il for Fun" ond g«f o load of laughs from 1h« Dlu« Ribbon MaU Jester «v«ry Tu«i- day night ov«r lh« Columbia 'Oioln Slolloni. WCCO-WMAQ 0:15 T. M. Central Time INC. 105 SOUTH FEDERAL EASTER HAM SPECIAL = FREE! i Rast ib. Roast ib PORK '"" CHOP '"' BEEF RIB Cheeseib. Roast ib SLICED BACON EASTER SPECIALS QUALITY MEATS At A P Markets 201 North Federal 122 South Federal HAMS, First Grade !?.££· lb. 19c FRESH HAMS, Boneless lb. 19c BEEF ROASTS CHOICE .lb. 13V 2 c SATURDAY SPECIAL-- Big Easter Ham have a Sandwich and Hot Coffee. BEEF RIBS Boil or Roast.. lb. 8c PORK CHOPS, Center Cuts, lb. 19i/ 2 c PICNICS, SHankless ... .lb. 15c FRESH KILLED CHICKENS-- CHOICE SPRING LAMB AP FOOD STORES The Great Atlantic A Pacific Tea Co. [THE NEW STAFF OF LIFE CHEESE No. 1 Full CREAM 18c lb. No. I BRICK 18c lb. j Pork Sausage, 1O lb, limit- » « 8c lb. Young Tender Beef Roast · -- - 9c lb. Pork Roast, center cut oE shoulder 9*/ 2 c Ib, Mild Sweet Cured SmokedPiciaics Il' Uneeda Bakers FIG NEWTONS | There are ordinary "fig bars"--and there are genuine Fig Newtons made by the U N E E D A BAKERS. You can tell the difference in buying by the Red Uneeda Seal. You can tell the difference in .eating by their especially delicious flavor and freshness. BISCUIT COMPANY"Une«daBakersr KRAUT BULK PURE LARD 10i c * None to Dealers Baby Beef STEAK LEAN PORK STEAK tin fun inline ij ACK in the days when the horseless carriage wns astounding the world, mechanically routed coffee was also something new. Since that time science ha» been continually at work perfecting the automobile. Today w« have the sixteen in line. Yet, sad to Bay, the old fashioned method of routing coffee is still with us. There has been only one truly different coffee since the days motoring was something to write home about. Nosh's Touted Coffee is the different coffee -- different because it is toasted, while other coffees are (till routed. . Tooting, scientists have found, actually develops 35.7% more flavor from the same green coffee than ordinary roasting. Serve a coffee that gives you more flavor, more color, more life. Ask your groctr for Naih'i Toasted Coffee. , ^ ON THE Atn-- Ttut dillftlM «·«{; tnn. Ti»olk; MoryVy "' Ole Cund.rMt tt.tlo. WCCO, r jac. J£0 (·!:]. NashV\ Toasted C o f f ed

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