Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on December 17, 1936 · Page 72
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TWINTY MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, DECEMBER 17 1936 Mrs. Mogle Funeral Is Held at Hampton HAMPTON—Funeral services for Mrs. U. G. Mogle, 58, were held at the Fox funeraJ home Thursday afternoon with "he Rev. inomas Carson in charge. Mrs. Mpgle died Saturday at Corpus Chnsti, Texas, where she and her husband had gone to spend the winter. She had lived at Hampton about 25 years. Surviving are hei husband, a sister at McGregor ana a sister in Idaho. Play to Be Dec. 19, 21. LITTLE CEDAR—The junipi play, "Here Comes Charlie," will be presented at the high schoo auditorium Dec. 19 and 21 insirac of Dec. 18 and 19 as was first announced. Federal Packing Co. Phone 746 We Deliver $1 Orders 213 N. Fed. Ave. Fresh Dressed CHICKENS, Ib. 16c Spare RIBS, Ib. End Cut flC — PORK CHOPS, Ib. IOC KNUCKLES, Ib.... IQC Home-Made •&£.** BOLOGNA, Ib.... IOC SAUSAGE, Ib 18C Lean Pork ROAST, Ib. ISc Good Beef ROAST, Ib. Sirloin STEAK, Ib.. 17c Fresh Side PORK, Ib.. 18C Home-Made HEAD CHEESE, Ib. Blood SAUSAGE, Ib. 20C Cooper Files Libel Suits for $100,000 on Marshall Speech DES MOINES, (ff)— Harold M Cooper of Marshalltown, formei Iowa liquor commission chairman filed libel suits for $100,000 damages each against the Iowa Broadcasting company and the Centra Broadcasting company, in district court ftere Wednesday. Joined as defendants in the Iowa Broadcasting company sui were radio station WMT; Verne Marshall, editor of the Cedar Rapids Gazette and the Gazette company. Marshall, the Gazette company and radio station WHO were named joiint defendants in the Central Broadcasting company suit In his petition Cooper claimed that Marshall libeled him in speeches broadcast over WHO Oct. 25 and over WMT Oct. 29 when Marshall was campaigning for defeat of democratic office holders and election of republicans. MARSDENS Plan Junior Corps. IOWA FALLS—A movement to equip a Junior boys' drum and bugle corp's for Iowa Falls is being undertaken by the W. Paul Hyman post of the American Legion. An option has been acquired on full equipment for a 35 unit band. 1452 NORTH FEDERAL AVE. NOW IS THE TIME TO RESTOCK YOUR PANTRY AT WHOLESALE OR LESS. WE HAVE TO MOVE THIS MDSE. TO SETTLE ESTATE. THURS., FRL, SAT. Red Cherries MORGA BRAND No. 10 cans 49c 3 CANS TO A CUSTOMER PEACHES, No. 10 SYRUP. No. 5 pail, dark MILK, small cans Marshall brand .. cans 45c 29c 23e APPLE BUTTER, quart jars PRESERVES, Imi., 28 oz 17c 17c Fancy PRESERVES, 16 07.. jar, 30c value . Fancy GRAPE JAM, 16 oz., 25c value Fancy GRAPE, APPLE, BERRY, Asst. pure Preserves, 32 oz. jar . lOc JELLY, jar lOc PRESERVES, jar •. CATSUP, fancy, ISc value, iarge bottle, 2 for CATSUP, Frazier, large bottle CATSUP, Mayflower, large bottles, 2 for CATSUP. Mayflower, small bottles, 2 for 19c 15c 25c ..8c . 8c 25c lie 2nc 7c PICKLES DILL PICKLES, Carol, quarts MAYFLOWER, quarts SWEET PICKLES, 22 oz. jars, 25c value 32 oz. jars, 35c value 19c 17c 19c 27c GLOVES and MITTENS 15c MITTS, heavy chore, pair Heavy WORK GLOVES ISc JERS'E Y MITTS, heavy 17c F. and F. COUGH DROPS, package VANILLA Compound, Imitation, 8 ox ,., ,7c 19c PLEASE CHECK THE ABOVE LIST CAREFULLY. IT IS PRICED AT WHOLESALE OR LESS. VIE HAD 1000 CASES OF THIS MDSE. TO MOVE. EVERY ITEM A WINNER. Corn or Gloss Starch, 16 oz. pkg., 3 for . 23c Nash Coffee, 2 Ibs. 55c; Bliss 23c Brooms, 60c value 39c TOMATO SOUP, Royal Gem, tall cans, 3 for VEGETABLE SOUP, Royal Gem, tall cans, 2 for PEAS and CARROTS, Gem, No. 2 cans, 2 for 18 K Fancy BEETS, No. 2, 2 for Like-Mc BEETS, 2 '/ 2 can, 2 for 18 K SWEET POTATOES, No. 2 can HOMINY, large cans, 2 cans PEAS, Soaked, 4 No. 2 cans 25c 19c 19c 25c 25c lOc 19c CUT GREEN BEANS, Mayflower, 2 No. 2 cans RED BEANS, No. 2 can 25c lOc TOMATOES Mayflower, Modern or Homestnad No. 2 cans 8 Cans Limit to Customer, 4 No 2 29c * cans *•*«/*- SAUERKRAUT, Libbys, 2|/ 2 can No. 10 Kraut—49c 12c Mayflower PEAS, No. 2 cans, 2 for Top of All. 2 for Webster PEAS, 2 for PORK and BEANS, Hoosier Belle, No. 5 cans . Libbys tall PORK and BEANS, 2 for MAGIC WASHER, small P. and G, Jumbo SOAP, 6 for P. and G. Small, 10 bars Art Craft FLOUR ...25c 23c ..19c 5c ,19c 8c .21c 29c $1.89 FLOUR, Seal of Minnesota, Omar 3 Bags to a Customer CORN Fancy Golden, No. 2 can, 2 for Fancy Country Gentleman. No. 2". 2 for Fancy Marshall Whole Grain, 2 No. 2 cans Mayflower, No. 2 cans, 2 for Royal DICED CARROTS, 2 for Carol TOILET SOAP, 9 oc bars Ivory or Camav 25c 25c 15c 21 c 19c 25c 5c D U A 1 CJIV CHRISTMAS MIX, 2 Ibs Corn Fed f/)IN STEAK Ib. . ... SWISS STEAK lh J4c 19c 18c . 18c 10 Ibs PEANUT BRITTLE, 2 Ibs BEEF ROAST Ib. SALT PORK. Ib 4bc 19<: 1 12k . 12k 1 .1 MORMAN CAMP TO BE MARKED Band of 1,300 Left Iowa City With Handcarts for Colorado. IOWA CITY, (ff)—Ceremonies preserving and marking the historic Mdrmon "handcart brigade" camp near here were held Thursday in the senate chamber of Old Capitol on the University of Iowa campus. Governor-elect Nelson- G. Kraschel delivered the main address, with Prof. Benjamin F. Shambaugh giving the historical background. Imogene B. Emery of Cedar Rapids, state regent of the Daughters of the American Revolution, sponsors of the commemoration program, greeted state members attending. Is Near Coralville. The dedication spot is three miles west of Iowa City, near Coralville, and is the site of the Mormon encampment from which in 1856 a band of 1,300 set out on loot for Colorado. At that time the railroad ended in Iowa City, the state capital, and the group of Mormon converts, mostly from England, were stranded here without means of ;urther transportation or funs to y ox-carts. "Come With Carts." An appeal to Brigham Young, Wormon leader, brought the reply that he' had spoken to the prophets, and they had told him to let them come on foot with handcarts and wheelbarrows; let them grid up their loins and walk, and nothing shall hinder them." True-Jo their leader and their faith, the Mormons constructed crude carts for their belongings, and started for Colorado. Many died on the way, but the band arrived after months of hard travel. The site of their encampment here will be marked with a huge stone and bronze placque, but the boulder cannot be placed until spring. Iowa Falls Man Held on Larceny Charges HAMPTON—Harry Hasler, 24. of Iowa Falls was arrested on a charge of larceny. His hearing was continued until Dec. 28 and he was put in jail in default of $2,000 bond. He is charged with selling mortgaged property, consisting of livestock. Everett Huston was given a preliminary hearing before Justice J. J. Sharpe Tuesday on a charge of driving while intoxicated but there was not sufficient evidence to warrant a grand jury investigation. Huston was arrested by George Molencamp, night marshal, Saturday night after ais car collided with several cars, includ- .ng Molencamp'a, at the fire which destroyed the Dick Chester residence. Body of Smith, 85, Taken to Bradford BRADFORD—The body of James C. Smith, 85, was brought here Tuesday from Illinois for burial beside his wife in Maynes Grove cemetery. Mr. Smith was a resident of this community and caretaker of the cemetery where he is buried. For the past few years he made his home with his children in Illinois. Death was from infirmities of old age. He is survived by one daughter and two sons, Mrs. Grant Perry and Ray of Stockton, 111, and James M., of Iowa Falls, also five grandchildren and six great grandchildren, A short prayer service was held at the grave by the Rev. L. H. Sours oi Iowa Falls. Chapin M, E. Choir to Be Honored Saturday CHAPIN—The M. E. church will hold a church fellowship banquet in the church Saturday evening honoring the choir, especially the senior members and Mrs. T. B. Hamilton who has been chorister for many years. The pianist is Miss Mildred Wurthman. All who attend church, Sunday schooJ, ladies aid society and their families were invited to be present. Supper will be'served at 7 o'clock. Forest City to Vote on Franchise Jan. 20 FOREST CITY—The date oi' Jan. 20 has been selected for the election day on the question of the granting of a franchise to the Interstate power company. The company whose present franchise oxpircs in the spring, is asking foi •a 15 year franchise with specified maximum rates to be charged. Beckjorderu Forest City, Dies Suddenly FOREST CITY—Joe Beckjorden died at the home of his mother ! Tuesday night as the result of a | sudden heart attack. He had been about the town earlier in the eve- j ning, but. was taken suddenly ill | after his return home. He had op] eratcd a truck in the Forest City | vicinity for several years. New Chorus Heard. TITONKA—At the P. T. A. papers were presented by Mesdames R. L. Krantz and Roy Budlong on "Fitting the Child to the Home" and "Family Leisure Time and Recreation." Christmas carols weer sung by the boys' octet and other musical numbers given by the Mothers- chorus, a new organization. The P. T, A. voted to- co-operate in furnishing community Christma* treats to children. 1 PRICES EFFECTIVE FRIDAY, SATURDAY AND MONDAY BCCf ^ rtlfllii - • • i • • , ^---^- Poultry- Sea foods Sausage Smoked Meats Leg of Lamb Small Tender Pork Roast Rib or Loin Ends ISc Pound Pork Chops ide 30c Choice Tender Center Cuts, Pound ...... Prime Beef Pot Roast . . Ib.l6c Chuck 19c !b. Arm Cuts, 20c Ib. Decker's Old English Sliced Bacon . . . . 32c Pike Fresh Water Pound 23c Bullheads Pan Dressed Pound 23c Now At Their Best SOLID PACK Quart 45c Pint 25c EXTRA SELECT Pint 35e Pound Veal Roast Boned, Rolled 21c Pound Prime Beef, Round or Sirloin Steaks . . . Ib. 27c Decker's Korn Kist Slob ' Bacon . . . Ib. 29c Chix Halibut Red Salmon Pound 25c Boneless Fillet Haddock Pound 27C Sauerkraut Wisconsin 2 Ibs. 15c Mince Meat Brandy Flavor 2 Ibs. 29c Ground Beef All Meet 2 Ibs 29c Lard 100% Pure Leaf 3 Ibs 50c Corned Beef Home Cured Brisket Pound ... 28c Leave Your Order For Christmas Poultry — We Will Have a Good Selection Libby's Fancy PEAS Midget Size No. 2 51*Cons... 35C Jack Sprat G. B.CORN Whole Kerne! No. 2 Con ... 17c Wolf's Fancy OLIVES Pimento Stuffed No. 10 Jar .... 29c Heinz SOUP «% Large Cans . .. 25c Frazier's CATSUP lOc 14 oz.; Bottle""*. Del Monte Fruit COCKTAIL 25c No. 2 Vi Can ... Finest 1 Quality Christmas Candies and Nuts. Packed in Cellophane for Your Protection. See Us For Prices on Larger Amounts. Sawyer's CRACKERS 2 Pound « p — Box .... 15C New Hallow! DATES Pounds in Cello. . Giant P. and G. 19C Bars Johnson's GLO-COAT Scott TISSUE Rolls.... 1$C Ivory FLAKES Large Pkg. 21c Fancy 100% XmasMix Plastic Filled Lb. 5 Ibs. 15c 65c Lb. 5 Ibs. 12c 55c Chop Suey or Peco Flake Lb. ' 5 Ibs. 15c 69c Hardie's Peppermint Paddies Choc. Covered Cherries Pound Box . . Pound Box. 23c 5 Jumbo Halves Pecan Meats No. 1 Diamond Budded Walnuts Quality Peanut Brittle Lb. 5 Ibs. 12c 55c Merilyn Asst. - Town Tower Chocolates Chocolates ln Mod - Round Tin .. .....85c Pound Pound Pound 2/C Baby Walnuts, Ib... 19c Pound All New Crop Nixed Nuts 2}C Giant Washed Brazils Pound 21c CRISCO 3 Pound Can.. 59c Armour's MILK clZOc Chase and Sanborn's COFFEE 25c N. B. C. RITZ 5 Ibs. 31c 10 Ibs. 57c 241/2 Ibs. $1.19 49 Ibs. $2.23 21c Red Hen Molasses, 5-lb. pail New Honey, 5-lb. pail.. Pound «t« j. Pkg... Z 1C Corn Country, Decker's, Swift BUTTER 35c Good Quality BROOMS Each 29c Seedless Raisins, 2 Ibs. 19c Miracle Whip, qt. 37c Long Shred Cocoan'ut, Ib. 19c 4A 29c Peacock G. Ale, L. Rickey,.Etc., 3 bots, Libby's Crushed 2—9-oz. tins Santa Clara Prunes, 2 Ibs. ... 17c Marshmaliow Cookiet, Ib.. 19c Normal's « M _ Chili, 1-lb. con Il|V Philadelphia Cream Cheese, pkg... Phone 1591 9c Fresh Fruits and Vegetables Premium Quality at Popular Prices Just Arrived — 1 ,000 Heads of Fancy §• — LETTUCE for Fri. and Sat., to sell at, per head^C Large 200 Size SUNKIST ORANGES, dozen . . Genuine Jersey SWEETS Fancy Stringless GREEN BEANS Fresh GREEN SPINACH Jumbo 240 Size SUNKIST LEMONS Green Top (CARROTS Per 5 2 3 [ 25c Case $3.95 ibs 25c !bs 25c Ibs IOC >° z J5c Bunch j|C Phone and Shop Early Avoid the Big Afternoon Rush Orders Delivered FREE. We Hove Two Truekf Now to Serve You Better.

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